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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r4- t s It1fiHI Manager CO Enttrftl at She Fottojfleeaintrta KI RI second tau 01411 4HHHHHi M IHMMHMK IiVOL VII Five Cents a Copy BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 8 1000 Ono Dollar a Year NO 88 JArrtuos To watch a little closer The whore I nlmll tread To pluck thcrofrom tho brambles + Planting roses in their stead impulseEach deed To study well my own heart That mirrors human need To bear no thought of inalico Toward any life below To touch with gentle kiudncfM All hearts whereer I go To writo tho years unfoldmont dayToLifes goal that waits alwuy G W Houdricks IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Fifteenth Annual TtiBkogci Negro Conference has just been held at Tunkegeu Institute Alabama It was a success in every respect No gro farmers were present from every southern state Time heads of many prominent educational institutions end influential white and colored from tho North wore also yetl In the Declarations adopt at tho close of tho session it was declared that Signs of progress are on every sand Dotter houses schools snit churches are being built more land is being bought but goingIntogaining strength and numbers Tho administration bill for nl loviating tariff conditions in the Phil- Ippines has been killed in the Senate Committee There is a grave auBpl cion that the enemies of tho rate bill are responsible for this and that If the President would only consent to drop tho rate bill or to it to ho weakened by amendments ho night have tho PbiUfppiuo bill or pretty much anything else ho wants If this bo true and ninny believe that it is there will shortly bo a reckoning that will affect several others beside Depow and Plait The Senate has passed the Domi nican treaty but have changed it to eorne oxtont whether for bettor or worse is a serious question Tho original form of tho treaty gave the United Stilted putmhnou to interfere f in tho internal affairs of the Domini can Government upon tho request of that Government The amend ment is to the effect that the United States may interfere whoa in its own judgment sunk interference is nerd ed To tho ordinary man Intorfer cnco at all in the affairs of an in Irotectoratocrust to nolo that during the ten months of tho American management of the Dominican customs more thou 2000000 line been collected of which half hUll been put aside to pay tho island debt and half has been given to tho island government Tho outrageous redistricting bill has passel the lower house al Frank fort Gabbard of Onsloy and Itosc of Whitley protested but were answered by derision Young of Rowan made a remark that will come back to pluguo his party one of those days In commenting on Mr Gubbards protest ho said The gentleman from Owsloy doesnt BOOm to understand how Republicans size up with Demo crats It takes three Republicans and two niggers to mako one Demo crat Thats why so many Republi el cans are required to send a Repre sentative to tho Legislature FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Algeciras conference on Moro can affairs will continue this week to bo the focus point in foreign Interest Tho decision was made Saturday to dovolo this week to tho subject of policing tho boundaries of Morocco and nil the other representatives save those of Germany Austria and Morocco wero for this This voto is taken as showing how the sentiment stands In regard to tho rights of Franco and Germany in tho conten Lion Tho announcement that time nUB stan National Assembly wouldmeet II next means more than a mere V Imatter of news It menus that tho Emperor has finally decided whether of his own volition or not makes little difference to abolish tho autocracy or absolute lower of himself and thoso who como after him The announcement has gone forth at last pftor strenuous objection on tho part of the reactionaries that hereafter no measure shall become law in Rus i sia without tho vote of tho peoples representatives in a legislative body It would bo strange if after all tho talk of Nicholas as a moro puppit Sn the hands of the grand dukes on one and fortune tellers on the other Itheshould figure an tbo founder of modern Russia After this tho only absolute rulers will bo tho Sultan of Turkey and the Speaker of thd Uni RepresentativesI Brooks Ida I f Jun 4 THE CITIZEN BUILDING FENCES Pennsylvania Coal Co Shaniokin Pa Is Getting Ready For the Threatened Strike SOUTHWESTERN COAL OPERATORS Executive Council of the Federation of Labor Called to Meet In Washington March 19 Should the Miners Strike the Federa tlon Will Levy a Strike Assessment- on the Membership Which Will Create a Large Sum Shamokln Pn March 7Workmen- for tho Pennsylvania Coal Co started Tuesday building fences about the companys mines In this region MI nora hero say this Is unnecessary at they would not bother the company property even If a strike should occur Tboso collieries will be the first in this section to be enclosed by fencesKansas City March 7The district officers of the Southwestern Coal Ml tiers association waited upon W C Perry president of tho Southwestern Interstate Coal Operators association with the request that tho operators Join In tho national conference of op orators to bo hold March 19 In Indian npolls President Perry told the rep rosentatlves of the minors that he would at onco call a meeting of the executive board of the operators as sedation to consider tho request of tho minors Now York March TThe coal op orators aro preparing statistics to be used at tho joint wago sonic confer once Figures are being taken from the books of the various operating companies showing the cost of production For tho past few weeks the operators havo had extra men at work on their books preparing these stalls tics by which tho operators will on deavor to provo to the miners that any demand for an increase In pay can not he granted without loss to the operators The Federation of Labor To Act PllUburg March 7 Heprosenta tlvea of tho American Federation of Labor In this city received notice that tho executive council of tho fodera Lion had been called to meet In Wash ia ton D C March 19 at 9 a m This notice was apparently expected by those who received thorn As this Is tho same day on which the operators will bo In session In Indianapolis and during the time of the mine workers convention at the same place It Is pointed out that Samuel Gotnpors president of tho federation who stands very close to John Mitchell and hit national executive ward will be ready to glvo the moral and financial assist ante of the federation In a labor day speech here last Sep ember President Gomp ra placed spe clad stress on what he termed an in evitable conflict between the mine workers and the coal operators of tho country Ho declared that when It did come the entire machinery of the foil oration In all parts of tho country would be at the disposal of tho coal diggersIt said that if a strike Is ordered that the executive council of tho fed oration will levy a strike assessment on tho membership which will enrich tho mine workers treasury by at least 300000 to 400000 within six weeks ALLEGED DYNAMITERS Two Members of the Structural Iron Workers Union Indicted Now York March 7 Charles Moran and Thomas Weir two members of the Structural Iron Workers union were rcarrostod following their Indict ment by tho grand Jury on charges of attempting to explode dynamite in a placo where human lives were endan gered The men were arraigned and held for trial In 1600 ball each Ill alleged they wero concerned In a plot to dynamite a building being erected In East 23d street by Post l McCord who have recently been employing nonunion men- Arrested on An Ugly Charge Hollovllle Ont March 7Fred Klengboll aged 70 a farmer near here Is In jail charged with having beaten his wife to death Klengboll admits having a quarrel with his wife and boating her with his bands only Refused a Now Trial Trenton N J March 7firs Mary Antolnetto Tolls under death sen tence for slaying a man In defense of her honor will not bo granted a now trial Her only hope lies with tho New Jersey court of pardons Appeals To Uncle Sam Havana March 7A E Moerke tho American postmaster of Columbia Isle of Pines who was put In jail by tho Cuban authorities for refusing to pay taxes has appealed to the United States minister for his liberty Fled From Burning Hotel Mobile Ala March 7Flr of acci dental origin destroyed the Spring Hull hotel a winter resort seven miles west of Mobile Tho hotol was filled with guests from northern cities and many had narrow e capca w 1r t4O THE MINERS EXECUTIVE BOARD WILL MEET IN INDIANAPOLIS IND MARCH 14 A Conference of the Plttiburg Coal Operators Called To Meet In- Plttiburo This Week Indianapolis Ind March OTbo United Mine Workers International executive board has been called to meat In Indianapolis March 14 Presi dent Mitchell will be back to preside it the session Iowa I1nlnualwages demanded by the bituminous miners This resolution It Is believed will precipitate a conflict between miners and operators Pitts burg March GA conference of the PIttahurg coal operator who are to attend tho special meeting of the Interstate aseoclatlon to consider proposals front tho United Mine Work era March 19i Is to bo hold In Pltti burg this week All tho leading coal men of this district will attend and efforts made to get some definite pol icy adopted by which the Plttsburir delegation will be guided In tho gen oral conference F L Hobbins of tho Plttaburg Coal Co and J H Jones president of the PltttburgDuffalo Co hopes for some adjustment of the wage matter Independent operators are not willing to commit themselves to any advance In wages with the coal trado so poor THE DRAKE COMMITTEE Investigation of Municipal and County Affairs In Cincinnati Resumed Cincinnati March 3Tho Drake senate committee Investigating munic- Ipal and county affairs In this city Friday morning resumed tho taking ot testimony whore It loft off whon It adjourned last Friday afternoon The first testimony was confined to further statements of bank officials as to the payment of Interest or gratul ties to the treasurers office as a rec ognltlon of the deposit of checks for collection Several bankers testified that their banks had paid from 2 to 211 per cent Interest on county deposits tho money being handed over to some represen tithe of the treasurers office At the opening of thosct slon Attor ney Roettinger addressed the commit teo on laws covering the deposit of county funds He said that the im prcsslon which had been circulates that thoro was no law on tho subject was entirely Incorrect as there was a law providing for tho selection of pub lie depositories and under that law Cuyahoga county during the past six years has received 367674 In Interest for use of county funds under the present law Ho denied that all count treasurers In Ohio followed the custom In Hamilton county assorting that the treasurer and auditor by prompt reports could keep the county funds In circulationCHARGES TRUE I German Ambassador Makes Reply To Washington Marc6Criticism ot Germanys course at Algcclras and charges that tho German emperor Is seeking there an excuse for trouble with France rather than an agreement about Morocco which have been current In Washington for somo time received an emphatic reply from Bar on Speck von Sternburg tho Gorman ambassador who discussed them In tho courso of a conversation with a press representative The time has come for plain speech the ambassador said and enough has poured Into America from European sources about Germanys In tentions The ambassador then proceeded to deny In the most emphatic terms the charged that Germany wanted war Hostilities Suspended Washington March 6Commander Southerland has cabled the navy do partment from Monti Crist Santo Domingo that both sides to tho revolu tionary movement nt that place have consented to a suspension of hostili ties Chicago Leads All Clhcago III March 6In January and February Chicago led all other cities In crime and lawlessness according to police statistics Seventeen women were attacked In February In Chicago Killed At Sisters Bier New York March 2 Standing at the side of the coffin of his dead sister Thomas Dottman drew a revolver and killed his brotherinlaw and then ended his own life Tho shooting occurred in Bellmans home Signed the EightHour Scale Washington March 2Tho announcement was made at the head quarters of tho printers eighthour strike committee that another typo thetao firm Stomot Jackson halt yielded and joined the union forces Will Remove Headquarters Omaha Nob March GC Scloger Igq commander root of the Woodmen of tho World announced that the head quarters of the order will be removed from Omaha because this stato purposes to tax the reserve funds ot th- eelsr r THE STEEL TRUST Reported That It Has Opened Negotiations For Purchase of Several Independent Firms PRICE TO GE PAID IS 175000000 It Ii Claimed That John W Gates Iti Haudllnir the Deal For the Steel Corporation Among the Concerns Are La Bell Iron Works Republic Iron and Steel Co and Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad Co Piltsburg March GIt was report otl In iron and steel circles that negotiations bad been opened by Ute Unit ed States Steel Corporation for the purchase of several independent concerns Including the La Belle ironworks tho Republic Iron and Steel Co the Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad Co the Colorado Fuel and Iron Co and large ore Interests near the lakes While the report could not be confirm ed there were a number of prominent Pittsburgors who admitted that they had hearth rumors ot tho proposed deal add wore Inclined to believe that It would be closed before long The steel corporation officials declined to dls cuss the matter saying that If suet a deal would bo put through It would be handled by the executive officials in New York- According to tho reports circulated the price to be paid by tho corporation for various properties will roach more than 175000000 It Is claimed that I John W Gates who is at tho head of the Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad Co tho Colorado Fuel and Iron Co arid the Republic Iron and Stool Co and who Is said to have opened nogo tlations for the purchase of the La Iron works at Steubenvllle 0 and Wheeling W Va Is handling the deal for the steel corporation It was said that representatives of the corporation and associates of Mr Gates are now making a tour of the west Inspecting the various properties W P Snyder who purchased the Oliver Interests In the largo ore prop erty In tho northwest recently formed a bonding company and bonds to the extent of 4000000 were Issued I A FATAL JOKE A JSlxteenYearOld Boy Meets Death As the Result of It Johnstown Pa March 6A playful trick at the steel car department of tho Cambria Steel Co here cost the life of Merl Itankln 16 at the hands of Harry Wagner aged 42 Wagner Is a riveter running a hammer with com pressed air at a pressure of 110 pounds The Rankin bqy was a heater of rivets As Rankin wits passing him Wagner playfully Jabbed at tho boy with the rubber tube from the air cylinder The nozzle on the end of the tube entered the lower part of the boys body and In a tow minutes the lad was dead the great pressure of the air which entered by the bowels hav ing forced his diaphragm up against heartWagner la being held pending an In vostlgatlon by the coroner although there la no doubt that his act was In a playful mood as the boy was a special favorite of his THE RAILWAY BOND FORGERY All the Defendants Except C T C P Colmey Pleaded Guilty Now York March ITho plea of guilty in tho Norfolk Western rail way 4600000 bond forgery caso was entered before Recorder Goff following tho Indictments by the grand jury charging Samuel J Humphries of Brooklyn and Douglas E Smith ot Manhattan with forgery li the first piece They were arraigned together with Charles Augustus Beton and Charles T 0 P Colmey both of whom had been previously Indicted on the tame charge All the defendants ex oept Colmey pleaded guilty and were remanded one month for sentence Thousand s of Operatives Locked Out Dundee Scotland March 3ln con icquenco of the strike ot tho weavers because they did not share in the re sent advance granted to the spinners the employers havo decided to close the mills and factories March 8 The lockout will affect 35000 workmen Burled In Sulphur Mine Milan March GA sulphur mine near Racalmuto fell in burying 150 men who however were all dug out except seven A second collapse baa caused abandonment of efforts to save those Death of Editor Siebe neck Plttaburg March S Josoph G Slo boneck former editor and proprietor of the PIttsburg Chronicle and for ten years edltor In chief of tho Chronicle Telegraph died of pneumonia after an Illness of only a low days Condemned Murderer Escapes Towson Md March GIsaac Win der colored under sentenco to be hanged March 30 for the murder of Frederick T RInehart keeper of a toll gato near hero escaped from jail and track of him was lost In the nearby woods i IHM i III I I 1111111 I 1111 Jf A Family Newspaper Eight Pages lI II II I I I II I 1111111 1 +1 II II fHh- J 1 1 rooelwi MIMIMO tniuettleAirt iw- SKl1SwRnesaaABo iKaafl Ji Jan 4 061 i s moneyi i Did you know that we issue orders payableanywhere on the globe without i cost or trouble to the payee Our rates are lower than the post office or express company and the service given is more satisfactory The following are our rates For sums knot exceeding 5 3C Over 5 and not exceeding 10 Sc Over 10 a tr a 20 Sc Over 20 as a is 3oIOCO- ver 30 u u n 40I2COver 40 U at IeSOISCOver 50 u u a 6e i8c Over 60 sr a se 75200O- ver 75as 41 ti Ioo25c- Pleaae cut this out for future reference L to Cashier I HATS OFF I Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion i Our Prices are Never Matched Granulated Sugar 05 Gold Medal Flour 60 IObelisk Flour 05 Meal 7 25 IDiamond Coffee 15 and up Paper that bardtime stores sell at 40 to 50 eta we sell 35 f gettingalongdoes all his trading a- tWELCHS ookoRokokokostoroKokorostoKottororororostorttaCOrottoKoK o 0 t1 QA o N ARE YOU COMING TO THE x 0 I Little HardTimes Store I 0- o It 0 0A o ATo o buy your Groceries Shoes Clothing i 1 0 Feed Stuffs Locust Posts Shingles AmericantWire Fence Plows Hose Hames Chains i0- o Osborne Machinery and all the good things that 11 I have for you 0- q 0- va I want your trade nOT 5 tct who you areaif prices are not right do riotbuY gs s0 a o- o o o I II x- o A P SETTLE J rio 40sc iC o x0 o1Co o o1Co 01C01CoW01Co O O eltotoylgitoii1o70oxakokolokotlois- l Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WEYMAN eprrtxbtU4byetaolJ W jmu CHAPTER II COXTISUKD It was of good size but wore I fan clod a gloomy aspen A great yew hedge which seemed to enclose a walk or bowlinggreen hid the ground floor of the oast wing from view while a formal rose garden stiff even In ne glect lay In front of Iho main building The west wing whose lower roofs fell gradually away to the woods probably contained the stables and granaries I stood a moment only but I marked all and noted how the road reached the house and which windows were open to attack then I turned and hastened back Fortunately I met no one between the hou e and the village b and was ablo to enter the Inn with an air of the most complete Innocence Short as had bion my absence I found things altered there Round the door loitered and chattered three strangers stout wellarmed fellows whose bearing suggested a curious mixture of smugness and Independence Halfadozen packhorsos stood tethered to tho post In front of the house and the landlords manner from being rude and churlish only had grown preplexed and almost timid One of the strangers I soon found supplied him with wine the others were traveling merchants who rodo In the first ones company for the sake of safety All were sub stantial men from Turbos solid bur gesses and I was not long In guessing that my host fearing what might leak out before them and particularly that I might refer to the previous nights disturbance was on tenterhooks while they remained For a time this did not suggest any thing to me Dut when we had all taken our scats for supper there came an addition to the party The door opened and the fellow whom I had seen the night before with Madam de Cocheforet entered and took a stool by the fire I felt sure that he was one of the servants at the chateau and In a flash his presence Inspired me with the most feasible plan for obtaining ad mission which I had yet hit upon I felt myself growing hot at the thought Tit seemed so full of promlae and of danger and on the Instant without giving myself time to think too much I began to carry it into effect- I dulled for two or three bottles of better wine and assuming a Jovial air passed it round the table When we had drunk a few glasses I fell to talking and choosing politics took the side of the Languedoc party and the malcontents in so reckless a fashion that the innkeeper was beside him self at my imprudence The merchants prbo belonged to the class with whom the cardinal was always most popular looked first astonished and then en raged But I was not to be checked Hintg and sour looks were lost upon me I grew moro outspoken with every glass I drank to the Rochellols I swore it would not be long before they raised their heads again and at last while the Innkeeper and his wife were engaged in lighting the lamp I passed round the bottle and called on all for a toast Ill give you one to begin I brag aged noisily A gentlemans toast A southern toast Hero is confusion to the cardinal and a health to all who hate him Mon Dicu one of the strangers cried springing from his seat in a Virago I am not going to stomach that Is your house a common treasonhole bo continued turning furiously on the landlord that yon suffer this Hoitytoity I answered coolly keeping my seat What Is nil this Dont you relish my toast little ma- nNondr 1 you he retorted hotly whoever you my bet Then I vlll give you another I answered with a hiccough Perhaps It will be more to your taste Here Is tho Duke of Orleans and maybe soon ts king CHAPTER III TInt HOUSE IN TUB WOOD My words fairly startled the three men out of their anger For a moment they glared at me as If they had teen a ghost Then tho winemerchant clapped his hand on the table That Is enough ho said with a look at his companions I think there can be no mistake about that As damna ble treason AS ever I heard whispered I congratulato you Sir on your bold ness As for you he continued turn Ing with an ugly sneer to tho landlord I shall know now the company you keep I I was not aware that my wine wet whistles to such a tune But if he was startled the Innkeeper was furious seeing his character thus taken away and being at no time a nan of many words he vented his rage exactly in the way I wished In a twinkling bo raised such an uproar as- an scarcely be conceived With a roar like a bulls he ran headlong at the table and overturned it on tho top of tie The woman saved the lamp and j fat with it into a corner whence she and the man from tho chateau watched the skirmish in silence but the pewter sups and platters flew spinning Across the floor while the taMo pinned me to 1w graund among the ruins of my I stool Having me at this disadvan tage for at first I made no resistance the landlord began to belabor ute with tha first tblnp he snatched up and when I tried to defend rnvsnlf cursed me with each blow for a treach emus rogue and a vagrant Meanwhile the three merchants delighted with the turn things had taken skipped round us laughing and now hounded him oi now bantered me with How Is that for tbn Duke of Orleans and How row traitorWhen I thought this had lasted long enough or to speak more plain ly when I could stand tho Innkeepers drubbing no longerI threw him oft by a great effort and struggled to my feet But still though the blood was trickling down my taco I refrained from drawing my sword I caught up instead a lug of the stool which lay handy and watching my opportunity dealt the landlord a shrewd blow under the car which laid him out In a mo ment on the wreck of his own table NowT 1 cried brandishing my new weapon which fitted tho humid to n nicety come on Comeon If you dare to strike a blow you peddling truckling huckstering knaves A tog for you and your shaveling cardinal The redfaced winemerchant drew his sword In a onetwo Why you drunken fool he said wrathfully put that stick down or I will spit you like a lark Lark In your teeth I cried stag goring M if the wine were in my hind Another word and I lie made a couple of savage pastes nt me but lu a twinkling his sword fw across the room Voila IsM uted lurching forward M If I had luck end not aklll to thank for It Now 4bo next Come on come onyour whitelivered kuaves Amid protending a drunken frenzy I flung my weapon bodily amongt thorn and selling tho nearest began to wres tle with him IE a moment they all threw theta selves upon me nnd swearing copious ly bore mo back to the door Tho vjnemerchaat tiled breathlessly to the woman to oen it and in a twfnk ling they had mo through It and halt way across the road The one thing I feared was a knifethrust in the mi 1M but I had to run that risk and the men were honest enough and thinking mo drunk indulgent In a truce I found myself on my back in tLe dirt with iny head humming amid hoard the bard of the door fall noisily Into their placta I got up and went to the door and to play out my part hammered on It frantically crying out to them to let me in But the three travelers only Jeered at me and the landlord with his hood bleeding shook his fist at ne and cursed me for a iBlttblef rnak r- Baffled in this I retired to a log which lay In the road a few paces from the houand sat down on It to await events With torn clothes and bleeding face hatless and covered with dirt I was In scarcely better ease than my op ponent It wag raining too and the dripping branches swayed over my head The wind was In the south the coldest quarter I began to feel Chill and dispirited If my scheme lulled I had forfeited roof and bed to no purpose and placed future progress out of the question It was a critical moment But at last that Happened for which I had been looking The door swung open a few Inches and a man came noiselessly out the door was quickly barred behind him He stood a moment waiting on the threshold and peering into the gloom and seemed to expect to be attacked Finding himself unmolested however and all quiet ho went off steadily down the street towards the chateau- I let a couple of minutes go by and then I followed I had no difficulty In hitting on the track at the end of the street but when I had once plunged Into the woods I found myself In dark ness so intense that I soon strayed from the path and fell over roots and tore my clothes with thorns and lost my temper 20 tlmea before I found the path again However I gained the bridge at last and caught sight of a twinkling light before me To make for it across the meadow and terrace was an easy task let when I had reached the door and had hammered upon It I was In so sorry a plight that I sank down and had no need to play a part or pretend to be worse than I was For a long time no one answered The dark house towering above me remained silent I could hear mingled with the throbblngs of my heart the steady croaking of the frogs in a pond near the stables but no other sound In a frenzy of impatience and disgust I stood up again and hammered kicking with my heels on the nail studded door and crying out desperately A moll A moll Who is there a voice asked A gentleman in distress I an swered piteously mdvlng my hands across the door For Gods sake open and let mo in I am hurt and dying of coldWhat brings you here the voice asked sharply Despite Its tartness I fancied It was a womans Heaven knows I answered desper ately I cannot tell They maltreated me at the inn and threw mo into tho street I crawled away and have been wandering In the wood for hours Then I saw a light here Thereon some muttering took place the other side of tho door to which Ion my ear It ended In the bars be lowered The door swung partly open ant a light shone out dazzling me I tried to shade my eyes with my lingers and as I did so I fancied I heard a murmur of pity But when I looked in under screen of my hand I saw only one personthe man who held the light and his aspect was so strange ttlAUJwe He won it tall and very thin man meanly dressed in a short scanty Jacket and well darned hose Una tie for some reason to bend his neck ho car a nelslAndbald and white all the lower part of his face fell in his jaws receded his A MOD cheeks were hollow his lips and ohln were thin find fleshles 11w seemed to have only one expression a fixed grin While I stood looking nt this Cur midable creature he made a quick motion to shut the door again amlllng more widely I bad tho presence of mind to thurst In my foot and before he could resent the act a voice in the background cried For shame Clon Stand back Stand back do you hear I am afraid Monsieur that you are hurtThe last words were my welcome to that house and spoken at nn hour and in circumstances so gloomy they made a lasting impression Round the hall ran a gallery and this tho height of the apartment and the dark panel ling seemed to swallow up the light I stood within tho entrance as It seemed to me of a huge cave the skullheaded porter had tho air of an ogre Only the voice which greeted me dispelled the illusion I turned trem bling towards the quarter whence it came and shading myeyes made out a womans form standing In a doorway under the gallery A second figure which I took to be that of the servant I bad seen at the Inn loomed uncer tainly beside her One of our people has told me about you she continued speaking otft of the darkness I am sorry that this has happened to you here bat I am afraid that you were Indiscreet I take all the blame Maoism I answered humbly I ask only shelter for the night The time has not yet come whoa we cannot give oar friends that she an swered with noble courtesy When It does Monsieur we shall be homeless ourselvesI looking anywhere but at her for I had not mmciently pictured this scene of ray arrlvnl I had not foreseen Its details and now I took part in It I felt a miserable mann weigh me down I had never from the first liked the work But I had had no choice And I had no choice now Luckily the guise In which I camp my fatigue and wound wore a um lent stark or I should have Incurred sus picion at once For I am sure that if ever In this world a brave man wore a hangdog air or Oil de Berault fell below himself it was then and thereon Madam de Cocheforets threshold mytcarsOneClon the porter continued to hold tho door obstinately ajar and to eYe mo with grinning spite until his mistress with some sharpness bado him drop the bars and conduct me to a room Do you go also Louts she con tinned speaking to the man beelde her and see this gentleman comfortably disposed I am sorry she added ad dressing mo in the graceful tons she had before used and I thought I could see her head bent In tho darkness that our present circumstances de not permit us to welcome you more 3tly Monsieur But the troubles of the timeshowever you will excuse what la lacking Untl tomorrow I have the honor to bid you goodnight Goodnight Madam I stammered trembling I had not been able to Ills tinguish her faco In the gloom of tho doorway but her voice her greeting her presence unmanned me I was troubled and preplexcd I bad not spirit to kick a dog I followed the two servants from the hall without heeding how we went nor was It until we came to a full stop at a door In a whitewashed corridor and It was forced upon me that something was In question between my two conductors that I began to take notice Then I saw that one of them Louis wished to lodge me hero where we stood Tho porter on the other hand who held tho keys would not He did not speak a word nor did the other and this gave n queer ominous charac ter to the debate but he continued to jerk his head towards the farther end of the corridor end at last he carried hb point Louis shrugged his shoulders and moved on We reached tho end of tho corridor and there for an instant tho monster with the keys paused and grinned at me Then he turned Into a narrow passage on the left and after following It for some paces halted before a small strong door Ills key jarred In tho lock but ho forced It shrieking round and with a savage floirlsh threw tho door open I walled If and suv a mean bare chamber with barred windows Tho floor was ia Utfereatlr clean there was furniture The yellow Rrfit of Uui Ino thorn falling on the stained wall the place tho look of a dungeon to tho two monoThls Isino ItIpanlon But tho porter shook his head stubbornly Why does he not peak I asked with Impatience Ho Is dumb Louis answered Dumb I exclaimed But he hearsHe lion cars the servant answered dryly But ho has no tongue Mon slyer I shuddered How did he lose IU I asked At Itochcllo He was a spy and the kings people took Idm the day tho town surrendered They spared hU life but cut his tongne Ah I said I wished to say moro to be natural to show myself al my ease But the porters eyes seemed to burn Into me ahd my nun tongue glove to the roof of my mouth Ho opened hie lips and pointed to his throe with a horrid jesttur and 1 shook my head and turned from him You ean let me have some bedding I murmured hastily for the sake of saying something and to serape Of course Monsieur Louis an swered I will fetch one He went away thinking doubtless that Clan would stay with me Out after waiting 41 minute the porter strode off also with the lanlborn leav lag me to stand In tho middle of the damp dark room and reflect on tho position It was plain that Obit ciw peeled me This prisonlike room with Its barred window at the back ot the house and In the wing farthest from the tables proved so much Clearly ho was a dangerous fellow of whom 1 nut beware I had just begun to won der how madam could hoop such a monster In her house when I Heard his step returning He came la lighting Louis who carried a small pallet and a bundle of coverings- To De Continued A Scotch CourUlilp- He and his lass had been tilting together about half an hour In silence wkxn he spoke and the following dia logue took place Maggie he said wasna I here on Sawbath ntahtr Aye Jock I dater say ye wets An I was bore on Monday iiteht Aye so ye IA- n I w8 keno M Tuesday nkhtr Aye ye did happen on Tuesday DiehL An I was here on Wtttaseday nlchtr Aye so ye were Jock e0 yo were An I wus bore oa Thursday ntehtf III no deny that re were Jock nlebulAAn0 this to Saturday alcht an lbs here again Weal what for no Im sure reve very wateoase t Maui desperately Maggie woman Dye an begin to smell a rutT Baltimore Sun Kit en pin ir Judgment Tile father of a young than who had been lately marveled bad oeeacton to tend a faithful but somewhat blunt old servant to his sons house some miles distant on business On his return anxious to hear4ho old mans opinion of the lady he said Well you saw the bride Thomas Yes master I saw the brldel Shes a wealthy lady Thomas Yes master very wealthy I sup pose Wel and whats your opinion Thomas 1 think shes a right uonnlf lady to talk to 03 well as being rich end clever but master said the old man confidentially If beautys a tin she wont have to answer for that Stray Stories Coiufortlnir Yen It takes n good deal to upset the New Englanders equanimity A New Hampshire farmer was driving put A country house and witnessed the tragedy of a child falling InU a wall Instead of rushing itppaled to the scone he observed that plenty of help was at hand red jogged stolidly on About a mile below lived an aunt of I bo little girl to whom tho accident had befallen Howdo Mis faith lie drawled to tho woman shelling peat by the kitchen door I jots seen your Bisters little gal tall down the cIa tern J guess shes drowned Then having delivered his now he drove en Llpplncotts Magazine Infuutlle inference Llttlo Gladys father had a corn that hurt him baoly well it was M ba4 he had to cut his shoe In several place to have comfort She watched thi operation with Interest having been told why It was done The next ny a tramp came to the door with numerous slits and rents IP Ills clothes The child looked at lila u moment and then before tho tramr bad begun hIs plea cried out Oh mamma the man must hays corns all over his body1ew Orldatu Tlmes Democrat tier Potted Qneitlnn dell Is a little girl who is allowed to join tho diners at her house wnen there are guests on the stipulation that she shall keep very quiet On severa occasions the tltie girl was refused dessert on the ground that It was not good for hiT Recently when there were not a few guests at dinner at the house In question the youngster hav ing obtained permission to speak naively asked Mother will the dos Bert hurt me or If there enough ta JIG rouad Colliers Wjkit I A PEANUT FRAME How a Melt Novel and Attractive Decoration May Bo MAde for a Girls Room Girls did you over see a photograph frame made of peanuts Well try making one for yourself And If you do you will not stop with oneyou- will probably make three or four for your own room aa well as some for your blends as little gifts for you will fled them most unique and artisticHave a carpenter make n thin pine- wood frame to fit a cabinet or panel photograph building It with the proper groovej In the book to admit of fitting In a glass nnd cardboard pro 6c tlon explains the Cleveland Leader Ilion rut a bag of peanuts and a pot ot Rood glue With a small bntaa apply the glue to the frame and rayon the peanuts In the shells of course taking palm to nt them snug dropInether After the trams Is completely covered with the peanuts let It He on till table till the glue Is thoroughly hardened then with a deaD brush go over It very carefully with furniture varnishIf frame Is hung against a pawl nt dark red or green burlap you have no Idea how artistic the erect m ITHE MAGIC BLOW Row a Stick Resting on Glasses MaY Be Broken Without Damage- to Tbesn It a stick Is taken gad tapered off to tile trads equally teem the seater MH the stick Itself be set too thick and If It Is then pissed with Its ta pared ead resting m two wise glasses a good smart blew being struck on Ita seater It will break In wIlckaof which there are maay IU eUiutona well known 10 everyme The blew r being given very smMrty awl evenly nIADY FOR THIS BLOW and UM rahstaaee which strikes bar tug a rapid aides It la suddenly ar rested In Ita downward course by the tttett across the wisegiassa sad U I passes through N or brooks It be cause there Is sot time nough for the momentum of the Mow to spread along the stick sod break the shaves Another lliosiratMM to grins a fMICIle through as tack board If a gun be i hostieaRjdiesmooth bol beravee when UM candle comes te the door It Is evident aw thing must give way sad as the ean die to moving that tt actually has not time to break and the weed ta per fsrated At It Again Miss DeThrm Hw do you like my new Ullormsrte costume dear MUn PlumpleJgh Oh Its Just loo lovely for anything Why It fits every angle Chicago Dally News No matter how old tho game may be it Is found over nor and nmustog and sometimes the mere knowledge that It was participated In by the childrens great great grandparents lends added zest to the playing of It by the little folk There are the old games of forfeit so delightfully old and so deliciously new every time It Is played and whirl the plate than which there Is no livelier sport and clap in and clap out always fnn provoking and enjoyable The playing of cards chess check ers and dominoes un never afford the youth with genuine pleasure These games are better suited to tho eldersI of the family adults who enjoy a game for the scientific side of It and the quiet It enforces But for the boys and girlsgive them boisterous spirited games such as hide and seek blind mans buff and toss the slipper and hunting tho thim ble is a Jolly game also Then there are the gay old tlme dances through which our greatgrand parents frolicked when they were young and full of life Leading In the list of country dances comes the I dear old Virginia reel which at one THE DHOVTSrLAND XXVRE83 Froth twlllghttuwn to Sleepjvllla- U a lone long way I guest Dut the fattest train In the world I woes It the DrowBylaril Bxprtnl Theres i kiss for are and a song steam And Love to manage the train Just a molnonf atop at the City ot Dream And Its on through thi night again Then Its oh my little ono v Ho my little one Sweet of the tawny tressI Its ort and away At the close ot day On the DrowiriaiHl Itxpieo Hilton 16 dPior in noel l Utrratur TO MAKE A FLUTE One Made tint of Taper Which Will Afford Boy or Girl Much Amusement A little flute from which a goodidual of amuaeniint may Iw 01IPaste the edge fast and to ore end ol the tube fatten a triangular pleco ol now Tint vwrr IB UAOB paper svmowhfttlarger than the open lag as shown In UM MltHtratlen To play the fists draw In your breath through the open end of the tube tIM dlRtrmao fa pitch will do pond upon how hard you breathe The Progressive soy In 174 Luther LaUIn Mill of Chi ago the eloquent attorney was kitting to his oftVe when a boy entered end delivered the lawyer a morning paper There was nothing iwmual In this because the soon boy had performed tbe tame service lor woMbav la tuMliiM stuth aad bower On this particular orcasittn the boy loitered about the room looking It the tow boob sad the wlliternwM of briefs Throe he turned rather abruptly toward Mr Milts and said fIwould like to boa lawyer Mr Mill quMttncwrf him sad found him intel IIWMU sanest and plucky lie took hiss In The nor rend attended of ten duties ran errands went 16 lea lures at the law school sad mails himself loanable At the exptnttton of two years he was ready to push out his owtt boat He has been climbing upstairs ever shoe Retently his vela was heard la one of the most Imporumt cause that have been tried la Ceok county The Heavenly Head Dose yon sear step ter think bow high HeLM to- Hant worry mo wed Bleb problems Bf I kin den git halfway en Keep ham Hetttn dlur Ill be safisflodttc f lanta Constitution JIParlor ITUEPAHLOR GAME IN PnOGnES i old gentleman put It has no begin nlng and no ending you may commence anywhere and stop anywhere and keep on as long as you like with out spoiling the figures And now we have the modern pmIgrcsslve games the progressive versational being one of the most on Joyablo that comes under that bead Not only is tho progressive conversa tonal most delightful to those who participate In It says tbo Cleveland Leader but It Is educational as well It helps the young folks to cultivate the art of easy and fluent conversa tlon with grace of manner gesture and expression as well as storing the t mind with practical knowledge To give an evenings progressive con I versational it Is well to choose as thi topics of converse some wellknow authors and their books dissecting at 1 it were tho most noted characters ol their books The drama Is also i splendid subject to devote a part ol an evening over Lest too rcucb con versatlon along serious lines shoul prove dull to thosewrho have come together for social Intercourse and tape cent fun music and recitation BhonK be Interspersed between the wrtau j subjects J j iIIII I It fI f I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 I I 11 I t111F Tho following papers on Giving Information and Talebearing wore handed in along with others per haps just an good after the subject bad been discussed in class Tho papers fairly represent tho general opinion of the class t Nawa Cnrrjltiif I beliovo tho reason that most i people do not like to curry news is that thoy consider it nothing to them what others aro doing Ono koopslhlmsoUtho old commandment first cast the beam out of thino own eye then thou caust see clearly to pluck tho mote out of thy brothers oyo Then there aro others who uro afraid to tella timing oven though thoy think it should bo told If a pupil tolls something in school tho others are very likely to catch him out cud give him a thrashing or olsu they will laugh at him and call him dangorousI4 or that a newsbcarer is n very distasteful person to have around If wo do n good ono does not always want it published and if wo do wrong wo dont want that told oven though wo IIaro sorry Again I dont believe jaDYono enjoys being with u person always has something to tell on 1hisneighbor But after all I believe I j it Is sometimes well to tell things j Very often wo are shielding evil b not reporting it I think that her some eoplo rnuko use of tho Golden Unto too freely They will say well UDo unto others ns you would have them do unto you and I am sure if I was in their place I shouldnt like to bo told on- tib1I Wo Allow TitlllnirT Before condemning or recommend- Ing it wo must consider every phase on questionIt appen for protection and justice and yet only a small per cent of tho pupils who report another havo any thought of or protection but do it to i satisfy their selfish spirit of revenge hopII believe if ono pupil reports ttIsatisfy his own selfish spirit it fa worse than valueless but if ho roo I ports for tho lovo of justice and with tho thought of doing tho wrongdoer good it is a good thing 1Ontho other hand if ho fails to scamsius of course ho Is Just what this I IBend of shielding the wrongdoo may bring forth the e life in far from wing known largo number of our criminals nro shielded by their neighbors but jus where tho neighbors got the lesson I sayOften causes cold feelings that in fact aro never warmed by brotherly love ho from tho lowest to tho Tor tIdisliked society I truly bolievo that the first business of the schoo I child is to get right himself before ho begins on others- Inctitpatlvo Infarnmtlun Should a person not directly con corned or materially damaged ropwr the wrong of others Which of these three principle sentiment or fear causes ono to refrain most from imparting his knowl edge of wrong doing I am inclined to believe that whore wrong is being dono that re Meets or casts suspidbil min a number of others each of those persons should prove himself innocent and also mention that thoro is wrong being dono also mentioning tho naturo of jt but not mentioning tho guilty persons imtno I am absolutely and forever op osed to tattling in any form I do not believe it to bo right to tell of crime being commit ted naming tha door unless personal Injury has been received or damage to ones self or othora is likely to bo dono Just what causes a person to re frain from imparting any intelligence as to tho wrong doing of others is hard to determine In some gases it may be principle In others it may bo sentiment and In sun others fear not fear of bodily injury but moro often is it rear of ridicule tear of being branded ns a tattler Salesman Wanted To look after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or j Commission Address Tho Ilarvey Oil Co Cleveland 0 I FOR SALE OR RENT Two Farms for rent or sale at Kerby Knob Jackson County Ky Both arc well improved good buildings plenty of fruit and water coal and timber For further information D M Click Korby nobI itaddress t History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War JI CHAPTER III Continued I In addition to the demand upon their time by drill and guard duty I commissioned officers met two hours each morning in school and ono hour in practice of manual of nrmRI LieutenantColonel May being uI tight I school master Add to this tho reviews dress parado cooking washing ot gave us but little time to idle This constant duty and drill probably caused a few men to tryI feigning sick At 7 oclock a m time bugle would sound that doleful call and tho sick assembled at tho surgeons tent where thoy wore ex cased from duty and prescribed for Some of tho boys concluded thutI others wore playing oron Dr Mills Ono morning B Ward Com patty F on wing notified by his Orderly to get ready for picket replied Sergeant Ill bo blasted if anybody cant got excused that go Illsprovo it and lions namo was put- down At the bugle signal Ben wended his way slowly to tho sur geons tent assuming a countenance of pain and misery calculated to de coke the very elect He awaited his turn Surgeon Mills knowing him to bo a faithful soldier asked the usual question Whats the matter with you fIt 0 Doc I am wrong Beniyox written opposite his name and withodirections Hen had a lino days sleep and in the evening arose re freshed and around the cook fire was engaged in a tight wrestle with ono of his comrades Doctor Mills just then passed and was astonished to see such improvement in his lato patient With n volley of oaths ho told Ben if ho did not explain his evident deception ho would have him 1tied up by tho thumbs Seeing an confession tho safest way out of time dilemma ho gave tho surgeon the cause of his assumed illness This hud the effect desired and time surgeon became moro careful in tho apgo on n vory snitrthat dd hypocrite on duty I dont believe ho looks half as sick ns ho did when up hero last Ward never tries that dodgo on Dr Stills again Our manner of picketing all tho roads with fifteen or twenty men and a cavalry vidette was kept up Ou the 12th April n squad oftho Eighth Pikeras theAreserve a paytogwas man said with an oath Ill not bo halt ed by no ddabolition Yankee Seeing King raise his gun time follow killingyBarnes both rode out to investigate the affair and decided that the sol commendinghim zens about town complained to Col shootingtcrazy Tho Colonel told them if that was tho case ho was sorry but if they did not want their tools killed they must take better caro of them People passing our pickets after that about Murfreosboro wero careful to halt at the word During tho two first weeks of our 1Stay hero many slaves camo to our pickets generally mutter dark Col onol DufTelds orders wore to send them in to tho provostmarshal their owners wing allowed to conic in and reclaim their slaves on condition of tho masters taking an oath of loyalty to tho United States Government IIIISeS ll lsAsk Your OwnDoctor If he tells you to take AyersI Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take It If he hasi anything better then take thatI But we know what he will say for doctors have used thisIcough medicine over 60 years forharddone ma and I trolleys It la Chiba cough medicine In the world for all throat and long trouble Ell U STOABTi Albany Oregon oKId by J O Aytr Co Lowell Maaa 11 Also tllUutouera of ers SARSAPARIWII IAyers rn which some of thom reluctantly did But tho general aversion of masters to comply with tho condition very soon had Captain Bonus provost marshal overstocked with this valua propertyColonel officers of tho Eighth the propriety of hiring our cooks from among times a contrabands but wo declined tho Idea of runaway negro cooks as did also time Twentythird Kentucky wo having not yet properly considered the slave a factor in this great war Time dusky sous of toil poured into tho picket stations in such numbers wo had to stop them from coming in some of tho officers threatening to punish them if they did not immedi mutely return to their masters In looking back at this soft and easy policy of General Buell wo4 cannot wonder that the efforts of time first eighteen mouths to put down the rebellion wore a failure Theft hundreds of stout ablolxxlied men driven back into rebel corn and wheat fields that they might toil to produce subsistence fora large rebel army the next fall and winter was any thing but wisdom But then wo were trying to put down insurrection and let slavery alone notwithstand ing wo knew the cruel taskmakers of these slaves to be the worst of ene mies and rebels at heart On tho thourbrigade made quite n parade in the streets of Murfrecs boronnd hoisted tho stars and stripes on the court house Nearly all the iuhabitanas of the town wero silent spectators of what they evidentl thought to bo an insult to their Southern pride Lieutenant Colonel Park hurst of tho Ninth Michigan mm d- an appropriate and neusiblo speech to the citizens in which he admon ished thorn to return to their loyalty Andsaill he we will then kill tho fatted calf But as long as we remained there we hoard of no rat calf being sacrificed in welcome t returning rebels thoughwe have good reason to believe had a careful search been made in Stone River quito a number of pig skins could havo boon found securely attached to stones to insure their remaining at tho bottom Nor did we hear of any citizen over being invited to feast on tho savory pork thoso same skins once onveloiMMl Colonel Dufileld had protouud respect for Buens or ders regarding foraging holding tho officer immediately In command re sponsible for any violation of said orders Tho author romonvV rs bar ing to pay three dollars for a sixty pound shoal some of my picket guard had killed while I was absent visit ing another post under my command In this instance tho old rebel complaining to Colonel Duffield lyingly alleged the pig to belong to one of his old negro men On hunting up this muchinjured darkoy with tho full intention of healing his lacerated feelings anti carrying out general orders the old follow said Fo do good Lord Mars Capn twnnt no mo my pig dan dis farm is ole mars pig sho On confronting ole mats with his bogus owner of the defunct swine with much fear and trembling the old darkey lyingly con fessed the pig to havo been his I gave the poor old seared nig time mon oy at tho same time telling Miller if ho took the money away from the negro wo would surely call on hint again and that to his sorrow Col onel Duffield was satisfied with tho porkbutfrom Miller of lost pork though Bomo of the Eighth boys said when wo left timers that Miller was not overstocked with hogs On tho evening of tho 23d April a dressparuda order was read detail ing Lieut C Park assistant brig ado quartermaster That night we were aroused from sleep by loud cheering and beating of drums in the Ninths camp Very soon Colonel Barnes had the Eighth assembled before his tout He mounted cracker box and said Brother officers and soldiers wo Immure just received orders to march tomorrow morning for Pittsburg Landing boys aro you ready to go fItThe response was loud and long cheering At repeated calls Major Broadhus stopped on tho box and said Boys I tun no speaker but if wo go to Pittsburg I want understood Ill try to nuiko ono in the fight Orders wore given to prepare three days rations and have arms cleaned up The regiment spent the balance of tho night incook washing and letterwritingling 0 oclock the 24th wo wore formed waiting tho order to march when an order was received preIousforce of rebel cavalry having mado beingIncause of our detention here I Tho 20th Companion 0 E D and I II of tho Eighth under command of Major Broadhus were orderedon tho train to Shelbyvillo thirty miles troopstheregans near approach caused us to be on tho qui vile The 28th Colonel Wolford end Colonel Clay Smith with two regi meats of Kentucky cavalry succeeded in overtaking Morgan at Lebanon Tenn completely routing tho rebels KentuckyWocapture of New Orleans rogIment TO HE CONTINUED ILLINOIS NEWS TUKCOIA noroiAs COUNTY March 3We aro having seine rainy weather at this writing and the roads are very muddy Ilichard Garrett from near Arcola is moving on Mrs Westfields place where ho will farm this yearMr and Mrs Charles Martin visited Mrs Martins parents over Sunday Robert Led ford of Pesotum has movedon Elrah Hacketts farm Mr Ledford and his son will work for Mr Hack ett this yearMrs Mary Martin and Miss Nellie Martin visited Misses Della and Hattie Heacock Saturday opening Bull Martin visited his brother W C Martin Wednesday Mr and Mrs John Taylor of Johnson City Ills are talking of moving back to Tuscola Ills where they expect to make their future home We shall be glad to have them back There will be a basket supper at the North Irvin school on Friday evening March 0 to which all are invited HOfllllOXnoIdlAS COUNTY March 5We are having very fine weather for March The farmers here failed to put up ice this winter as there was so little icomakSng inyseason Winklo and wife visited Mr and Mrs BessieeT H Martin visited Miss Elsio SundayMrsthe other day for 21 Sho and her daughter Nannie went to Tuscola Saturday on business There aro Bourbonoit is reported goodcontrol and quarantined Mr and Mfs daughterdiedour school is dismissed on account of the dread e1iseaseW C and J W Martin visited U C Martin Sunday Sims Van Winkle has rented an other farm that adjoins him on the northside whoro J D Martin farmed last yearWorkhands seem to be scarce in this locality and wages nr- ebighT II Martin will work for W C Martin this year for 20 a month Live stock of all kinds is high boreEd10we11 and his wife have returned from Texas They say corn is corning up there WANTED To buy a secondhand buggy Drop i a card to W K TERRY Berea Ky Every I Two Minutes IPhsicians tell us that all healthyhuman the heart once jn every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole hpdy suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTTS EMULSION Qecauseitthe blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stoniacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach 5 quicker anti more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you itWe will tend you a temple free cue that this picture in the form of a label a on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chrmitti 409 Pearl St N Y SQ cranial ii oo All dreuUii s i I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leavo Borea338a m Arrive Richmond4101a m Arrive u m Arrive Cincinnati 750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Boron 124 p mIArrive Richmond200 p m Arrive Paris330p m Arrive Cincinnati010 pm Going South Train 3 Dally Leavo Borea124 p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea1220 a m Arrive Knoxville 730 n m fearBunllmbeKnoxvllleW H BOWER Ticket Agent A nUAUANTIIKD CURB volt IllIlS Itching 1111 lid Bleeding Protruding Piles Dniff PAZOOINTtHNT FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located and ventilated Enquire of C C Rhodus FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W- HEINDON 3 miles from Berea on the Richmond Pi- keTOMBSTONES AND MONUMENTS I have for sale 28 sets of Tombstones and Monuments ready to letter I will sell my 20 jobs for 15 my 12 jobs for 9 my 10 jobs for 750 and other work according All white Vermont Marble Also one good Spring Wagon On account of ill health I wish to close this out by the middle of Apri- lS McGuireBerea y I Call at T J Moberloys ands I the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky moneydoes I Try a box of V UNSURPASSABLE CANDIES JOESSole Agen- tRichmond Ky Plume 08 MonumentsURNS STATUARY OF Granite and Marble Monumental workof all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAU Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Offic- eS R BAKER Dentist Orncxi Over Printing Office BEREA KY II Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Somnoformt J R B ROBERTSIReal and Abstractor of DeedsIOFFICE OVER POST OFFiCeIfJHlr inner from 0 to 12 a u Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Call and see me if youIwish to buy or sell property Real Estate IS ON THE RUN r I have just sold one farm of 100 acres and now havo another of 130 acres adjoining tho one sold Two miles from Beoea College 30acres in timber the rest cleared Thi land is worth 20 an aero but I will sell it for 1250 Very good house good barn good water This is a bargain Call at once on J P BICKNELLBerea Ky EAST ENDIMEAT MARKET I have good young Beef myMeatStore at the east end of Chest nut street Also good fresh Groceries at lowest possible prices Call and see me and = save money BeF HARRISONPhone KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned and pressed byt fTheGOo a suit is all it will cost youIChicago Tailoring Company MrW L Flonery represents this well known tailoring company in IBerea and will fit you to stylish clothing of the best materialand made to order at tho most reason able prices See him before you Order a ready made suit TIIK MONITOR SELFHEATING SAD IRON Fully guaranteed A fast seller I Agents wanted in every 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In your idjrrttgtringboth old and new addreuoi- Mililnn numbers due to wrappers ramlngo9 auIliedAgents wanted In every locality Write urn pdatearly rob ont Contagion In BOOKS The public library board of Chicago Became much agitated recently over tho possibility of books spreading con inglous diseases and so put a special Committee to work on the subject The thairman of this committee was a cele rated scientist and when the committee reported the doctor had several glass tubes containing various germ obtained from the books Out of the 60 examined not one was free from them The unanimous opinion was that books Undoubtedly spread contagion This is a fact which may well make us serious lor though it is not necessary that wo pbould allow our children to take book from a public library still in many states the use of secondhand schools books is general In Kentucky for in stance secondhand school books have found their way into nearly every school and so have smallpox and other contagious diseases Scarcely a county in the state has escaped the ravages of this disease and in most cases the manner or Its approach Is mysteriously unknown Publicspirited men in Clricln pati declare the indiscriminate use of secondhand school books is a constant menace to publiB health As evidence they cite innumerable Instances where contagion has resulted from books ex posed to infectious diseases sometime utter a period of 60 years Books are considered one of the butt natural cul tures known for disease germs and no mode of sterilization will cleanse them This fact has long been recognized by health experts Where books have been exposed even to the atmosphere of rooms in which there was contagion present they have been promptly destroyed The dealers to do them justice have all their books disinfected But though the outside of books may bi thoroughly disinfected the germ maybe within between the leaves and remain unharmed To thoroughly fumigate It would be necessary to subject each leaf UK the process which would naturally I take so much time and be so expensive that It would be cheaper to buy new books than to sterilize an old one Love of Landmarks The eye and the mind of the most unimaginative man and woman or even of the man and woman of marked I t staIbleIts place amid the vicissitudes of the elements tho tides of success and taUt ure the swinging pendulum of emo tions whether written In the obscure life of the submerged unit of the his tory of a city or a nation We may pass a familiar tree building or mono ConstlItutlonso deeply graven is its image on the tablets of the memory Unconsciously perhaps we associate It with the routine of our dally lives it figures largely In that undercurrent of sentiment present with the most prosaic natures and it exerts an Influence more potent than we are likely to conj cede qn first thought Let It be denly removed and the role it plays i will bo revealed with a peculiar abrupt ness That wonderfully automatic subconsclousncss will balk and wake up Its intenser brother with the quickness of an alarm clock Try to pau the sPot where once stood the land mark and mark how the chain of thought is suddenly broken and how your mind gropes about in a bewll dered soft of way not exactly cognizant lit first of the cause finally wakening with a rune start and plunging ahead on Its accustomed way more or less shaken and thrown out of Its stride by the absence of a familiar object A musical comedy has been written about the automobile In the mean time the machine will go on making its own tragedies In all probability the universities of Prussia will soon have a new title to study for Dr Med Vet that U doctor of vetenary medicine Theatrical people are declining to Issue passes to railroad men and the latter are acquiring a thoughtful look The farmers of America last year earned 121000000 a day Ye 100000 seen skidool SELLING A DRIVING HORSE The Principal Trick of the Trado Is to FInd tho Right Buyer To successfully sell driving and carriage horses requires higher abilities as a salesman and a better knowledge of human nature than any other branch of commerce is a state ment volunteered by F W Allen of Kansas City The value of a fancy driving or carriage horse Is purely fictitious A horse that would not be worth 100 to one man Is worth several times that amount to another and the real measure of value it the anxiety of one to purchase or the other to sell Of course there are certain types of horses that have a fairly stable value But I am speaking about horses whose value Is In their Individuality Many people keep showy equipages who know nothing of horses and have no love for them and the prices they pay depends largely upon how the ani mals coats shine and tho amount and luster of the brass trimmings on the harness in which they are shown It would be money thrown away to give such people a perfect animal or team of them And herein comes the discernment of the dealer He may have horses which to these people will appear perfect but a horseman would note their flaws The position shape and size of the horses ears all have a bearing on its value as do also the size and position of the eyes A slight curve of the nose or a coarse muzzle deduct dollars from Its value These and a hundred small points all add to or mar the worth of the animal glarolIngbusiness to determine before showing an animal just what kind of a customer he has to deal with If he sells his perfect animals to those who would be satisfied with an inferior article he lessens his own chance for profit while If to the right person he shows one of tho poorer animals he forfeits the confidence of the buyer I have sold everything pretty nearly except gold bricks and they were all easy in comparison with soil ing horses but at that there is a fas cination about the sale of a horse that makes It hard for mo to give It up after 35 years in the business THE FATE OF EMPERORS Austrian Farmer Thought There Slight De Room in the In sane Asylum An anecdote hitherto unpublished concerning Archduke Francis Charles father of the emperor of Austria ap pears in a new book written by a re tired diplomat says a Vienna correspondent During a walk alone in the Styrlan hills the archduke got Into conversa tion with a talkative farmer who after giving a good deal of Information about his own family suddenly asked the archduke Whats your father Emperor was the answer Look here said the farmer If you want to be funny dont shout There are gendarmes about and you might easily get run In for lose ma jesty I dare say youve a brother Whai her Oh hes an emperor too Well youre a funny chap said the farmer laughing heartily Have you any children t Yes thank God theres my boy Francis Joseph Whats het EmperorHa roared the farmer digging the father of emperors In the ribs Have you any more sons of that tsortr Yet a second called Max Isnt be an emperor Yes bo Is also an emperor After relieving his feelings by giving a wilil leap in the air the farmer clapped the archduke on the shoulder and said Look here old friend The next time youre passing Marlazell asylum drop in and see if there happens to be a place vacant Tempering a Steel Ship In a recent discussion before the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London a curious fact illustrating the value of the temper test was raleIing water to observe the degree of tem paring produced The object is to select for shipbuilding steel that will not crack In use The Illustrative fact referred to was a fire in the steamship Persian Monarch In Kew York harbor The fire was extinguished with hose and the water tempered the hot plates Afterward In midocean a number of tho plates cracked some of them very suddenly One crack was seven feet In length Thus the desirability was shown of keeping out of ships steel that Is too readily tem pered Automoblltsts Duty All infractions of thq law are bound to react on the whole automobile using public and If the conservative cau tious drivers whom we have reason to believe are In the majority wish to escape penalties for the transgres clons of the other class they must ostracize the habitual scorcher by ex pelling him from the clubs by bring ing particularly flagrant violations to the notice of the police by prevent- Ing matches or record runs on the public roads when they are an nounced beforehand etc In brief the clubs should make some active effort to insure respect for the law and to promote common decency imjeojj Rue drlvarllnrsee hWs Hpirii 0f graft il1 tIlt LIittintry By DR CHARLES E HEWITT Of Divinity School of University of Chlcnjt J i G RAFT is as prevalent in the pulpit as in any other walk of of lift and more reprehensible and pastors who sell mining awl oil stocks books typewriters and life insurance are unworthy the profession they follow There arc hundreds of cases which could be cited where divines who arc posing as men who deplore the ex isting condition of the worship of the almighty dollar arc greedy after money and even go so far as to bring in thechurch as a means to further their ends A typical ex ample is one pastor of whom there is positive proof that he received a stated commission from a life insurance company on all policies written for members of his congregation to whom he had given letters of introduction to the agents of the company IAnother minister is known to have been directly connected as a rpeculntor with an oil company of some magnitude anti through this company gained considerable prominence- It I is to be deplored that the cause of Christ is compelled to suffer because men who should be regarded as exponents of the most lofty beliefs suffer their influence to be weakened and their standing before the world compromised by a spirit of greed wholly out of harmony with the principles they pretended to teach From this spirit no class of men is exempt not even the ministry which believing its work too holy to bo tainted is deceived All the forces of Satan present no more dangerous menace to the progress of true religion than the diversion of the clergy to temporal affairs The most dangerous and subtle of all the temptations to which the ministry is thrown out to other pastors by those who arc already cii gaged in financial enterprises Many are too easily influenced by their brothers in the profession and they are too weak to resist the call of the demon passion J11i 3few us a lJ1artnr in 1l1trri alt Gir By MEYER BLOOMF1ELL Representative Jew of Boston It is the spiritual and intellectual acquisi tiveness of the Jew and his material successes has made him a valuable tutor in American life They do the Jewish character an injustice who measure the progress of the Jew by the length of Jewish signs along Broadway Most of the Jews are poor and in the nature of things they must continue poor A ration of dreamers and idealists cannot easily turn themselves to coupon rut ting The goddess takes her flight so soon as her devotee worship what is not within themselves The great movements for social betterment with which the Jew has always been identified have been extremely unpopular at the time ol I their inception Only the very poor or the very rich can afford to I give themselves wholly up to an ideal Therefore the sweatshop and martydom have been the lot of the Jew The proverbial Jews pack holds little of things worldly but his heart overflows with visions of peace and freedom Are not these the things that upholdd a republic purchased by the blood of strong men who died for these very boons The Jews passion for education is as tragic as it is historic Does the Jew make his home in a disorderly slum P Within a decade that slum blossoms with thriving public schools and free libraries The low saloon gives way to the trade union and the debating club and the dance hall to the peoples singing classes The meaning of it all is simply this America is unique in the qualities and opportunities that make lor a high civilization Being an American is a liberal education rite Jew like ninny another pilgrim I to these shores strives hard against handicaps and disappointments- at least to give Ills children the best he finds in the new laud It is not easy to uproot every tie and tradition to flee barely with enough clothes to keep the wind from ones marrow and make for a country whose language and ways arc strange Yet tens of thousands suffer this soultrying experience day after day And with what result Our country is going backward but forward It is an object lesson to the wliolo world of the power which a free country can exert It isout of the mixture of peoples who have dared to begin life anew in the furnace of democracy that we are distilling r that noblest of civic typesthe American citizen In the leI lowship of time variegated elements of our population there is the lei son of universal tolerance and peace The Jew painfully struggling for the daily bread often misled by selfish gluttons at the public crib yet does hie best to up hold the standard of the best Americanism thatI he has the privilege to behold I 3Erntumttr laurrJ o- fnai in app fir By DR EMIL G HIRSCH not that not Systems which en able the few to hold in economic slavery the many will gradually disappear before an en lightened public con scienceI The in d i v id tta must comply with the social decree Many of the thinkers of the eighteenth century assumed as an axiom that the dictates of a mans conscience were a kind of infallible guide by which he could measure the acts of his lfc and thus be sure of living in conformity with the divine law This doctrine is held by some even at the present time The world of thinkers have recognized however that this matter ofconscience is dependent largely upon heredity and environment The Puritan conscience rebels at the proximity of a brewery while that of his Teuton neighbor next door is convinced that the brewing of lager serves a distinct social need in the community This does not mean however that tome conscience of the world does not grow in some important fundamental conceptions We may take the idea of human slavery for instance The time was when men in this country looked upon the latter as a divine insti tution Now however the conscience of the world has reached a point where the righteousness of slavery is not considered a debatable question STYLES IN STRAW HATS Borne of the Various Designs That Are to De Worn the taming Season Deeidoa tho Panamas and tho straws of various braids nnd styles designed for men of various tastes and fancies said a manufacturer of Dtraw hats there will be found In the coming seasons hats among those designed for young men four prevail- Ing stylus a Nnnttt yacht hat and n split straw yacht hat both stilt hats and two flexible hats one of soft fine braid and ono of a mackinaw braid Tho tendency for all these hats la to low crowns The yacht hats will have a orown two and three quarts inches In height and they will be made some with brims of two and an eighth Inches and some with brims of two and a half lashes in width The soft straw hats will bo made one with Its low crown telescoped and the other with a flush crown Doth will have rather wide brims some of which will be finished unbound while others will be bound around the edge The yacht or stiff bat wo have lung had in various shapes and In varying dimensions The two soft hats of this season for young men are made In ehapes especially designed for young loons use from braids once worn almost altogether in hats de signed for older men What wo call hero a yacht hat Is called a boater In London from the fad that it Is tho style of hat there worn by all of the thousands of young men who go boating on the Thames more or less Here we do less boat- Ing and more sailing and yachting and BO we call ours a yacht hat From the time of the death of President McKinley up to last year straw bats la this country were worn almost exclusively with black band lint last year considerable numbers of fancy bands appeared and this year fancy bands will Ve worn more than er- In London every twin who wears n boater wears a fane hand on It There siieh a tat to commonly sold without the band whisk U seleetea by Ute purchaser YOH will find in the bat store a great lot of fancy hatbands of all sorts of colors and eanWuaUoM of colon stretched across a eoanUr sad the purchaser of a hat oolocts Irate among those a hotlMMl which will match isle sweeter er that otherwise salts isle famejr had lien to be rate teary beads can fee bought separately bat the eon mea oalam Is to trim the hat Bert plots ALL IN THE INSIDE INN Inside lafennftUen That the Pre fritter WM Lotting Nobody In Oa A visitor at tie fair waNnd up to the inside dork of mute Reid Inn relates Ute MacMtao of Put awl silted Bxcuse MO air Is this tie Inside Inn and Is the proprietor of tINt InsMe Inn mr I Yes replied time clerk thta to the I bide lea and you will And the pro prietor of the Inside tan outside by the fins side Ho has kept the Inside Inn for several weeks Once on an ocean trip ho couldnt keep hta Inside In hut that is Inside information and outaldeI see It Ita inside as well as outside before wo look Inside ot any of the outside lane If we like the Inside inns inside and outsMo better than we like the outside inns outside and Inside we may bring our things from outside inside and stop inside the Inside Inn because wo won have to go from the Inside out side or come back from the outside In outaldeIare on urn no more comforts inline or outside than duos the Inside Inn with exhibts dose out side mil Inside while those who stop In ills outside lies have to no Inside to get In and outside to jet In thelr inn eo you see But the clerk had fainted and fallen inilje the InslOt Inns desk and bell boys were hurrylnfe with water for lea outside and brandy for tits inside In their excitement thai which was meAnt for Ills inside was applied outside and that which was Intended for his outside I DIll lie IndiaSalt Lake One of the features of Jeypore In India ls the wonderful Sambur salt lake concerning which there Is a cu rious legend Tile story runs that an old fakir long ago told one of the rajahs that If he wished to bo rich hq ghoul 1 ride a horse as far as ho could go without once looking back and the land ns far as he could travel would becomo a field of silver always pro vided ho did not turn He rode for 30 mlloa and then curiosity overcoming him he looked back with the result that Instead of the promised Held of sliver he found a lako of salt Must Bo Fresh 81 here exclaimed tbo husband ot the fashionable Invalid whats the idea of the doctor coming here again todayMy gracious she exclaimed petu lantly ha has come to leave my fresh medicine You dont suppose Id usa yesterdays do you YCathollo Stand aid and Times Surely Teacher fat night school Deflna the pie plant 8hali0yjlalrcd Pupil Its its where they mako cm Chicago Tub unit i f SKELETON IN TIlE OUWJOAKD Theeds a skeleton tn the homo Whenever strong drink to therm It may hide Iw the cupboarxl Or wait bohlml Uw chair But It seldom Laves the hwtoiteul Whore the liquor has It phtc Till It drop at Iwiit one vUUm Down to death or deep dltcrua When Its welcomed by the hlliband- Oh the grief It brlitcn Uw wire Oh the peace that It will Unlili Oh Its Bplllmle tat strife Oh tbt anguish ot A mother When her partner thus la tried Till he loves the drink tsar dearly Than all In the world b liU Us the sorrow of the children Vr U steels the father level And It leads tit footsteps downwards Nut to holy thoughts ubova bh thin who would not exclude As a thing there m lMH8 worth De It banished from the homestead Prom our country from Ibe Mirlhl National Advowt NURSING AND TEMPERANCE Orrat Temptation Thrown In the Way of the Nurse to Indulge u In Drinku Every nurse known that most wards In her hoipltol would have nn ompty look If all time victims of alcohol In some form or otlior were weeded out says the London Hospital Hvery die trial nurse sees that one ot tho chief barriers to even the poorest Iwudiui clean and olfrep eUng lives U their habit of upending for too large a propor tion of the weeks earnings In Intoxi cants And tu time houses of the well to do In spite of three bottle men hay lag departed with the ahungo In nation al habits the private arose sea that many of her patlenu tare suffering dl nell or indirectly from looholl m Only those who have dune the work know how much ludwament there Is to the private nurse tn drink Wo do nut say towptnttoti for It U not a tonpu tlon to ore In M hundred but there U the perpetual IrivUallafl to drink It con tinually bspaeaa that Ute lint greetlm at a new here to Wont you have a gin o of something before you so upr BUlrsT sad a WU drop of brandy alter well a Moiy Job was a tally aug ROottOH to a young nurse lifter nntohlog a dressing that had to bo repeated nev oral tlmoo a day Two nurses In chart of a severe ease of poe mMla In a su burban betel found a haute of whisky in tho bedrooms of the older but HS they remarked afterward Nurse 80 ant So was pttt off with a bottle of pert I suppMe they thought her a little too ywmg for outrun JlEFOnM JOTTINGS The uses who clothes the nnssellW wife In silks sad his own wife In rags ought tu U put la Uw stocks National Advocate j In k Swedish army order soldiers are Instructed not to drink spirits un the march Chocolate oaken are MM to pro duet thirst while oranges and tea are considered mUtt refreshing Someone has figured that tho econom ic loss through the nonpiwluotlrity 80000 drunkards for ten yours Is equal to one Chicago Ore Involving JS6QOOO 008It U said that net an employe In tho great distilleries In Peorta III Is al lowed to drink any whisky A proottbat liquor sellers and makers appreciate the degradtBg effects of the article What other business In there that prohibit the men engaged In It from using their own product Shewing Ones Colors ThesuHnnt ilaiitofaswmaa mli elon wtya that one of his young sailor who had signed time pledge and worn the white ribbon had to mtlor A hospital later on The nliysletau prescribed brandy but when lie saw the ribbon ho changed the medicine saying I can give you etimethlng that will lake the place uf It 1 never mess to du anything that will route a dormant sppetlte If I can help ll Such an emblem like tboo badger uf certain jrgantsaltoite Is u positive Mfscuanl Y W1 often be laughed at after you put on tills unl form said den llootl on ono occasion P to n eoraiwny of itw Salvation Army but youll not often be tempted All the devils run from a soldier who shows his colors Less Beingnsumed For the first time In almost a decade f the annual report of the United Slates commissioner of Internal revenue shows a decline In tho amount Of whisky con sumed In this country That U a hopeful sign especially whoa taken In con ntctlon with the tact that the Increase In consumption last year was consider ably less titian the average yearly In crease since time logo of tho last period bf Industrial depression Hot Truth Novel Temperance Society A novel temperance society has been formed In Uia city of Berlin for the purpose of rendering timely UHSlstnnce to drunken Perrone On meeting a drunk In the street It will bo the duty of a mom ler of the association to prevent hnmifrom Imbibing any more liquor to tect him from thi dangers of the street and to woort him If possible to tilt home If D conveyance lass to bo so cured for this purpose It will be dune the expense of the society IIIIA little farm well tilled 1 A little wife wall willed Hero Rood effects can all be klllett- Jly a little corn distilled BUILDING THE GREENHOUSE What Points Are Well to Remember Straight Root Better Than lilp Roof A correspondent of tho llurnl Now Yorker writes that ho Is going to build a Rreoflbouse to grow plants for oarlr rotting without hooting lie says ho r has been told by an export carpontor that a hip roof would give morn heat In early spring than a straight ono Thore would be no special Advan tage In regard to Ban heat to bo had from building your greenhouse with a YeNTIt4T0 V flTILIITOPI IIMASS BOARDS DIAORMIOFCRKRNIIUUSK- Lip roof aa Indicated In your letter repllM the Rural New Yorker In addition to tbli It would probably cost more owing to tho extra labor In construction and tho joints are more likely to prove leaky than Utow on a straight roof A straight roof with a rlso of about eight Inches to the foot la the motto practical way to build a greenhouse though a leanto house as the ono stop structure U corn i money called would not require so catnap a roof unless the front wall wore very low A very light and easily con structed greenhouse may be made attar the plan roughly Indicated In diagram In which part of the front wall la of glass and part of boards STOCK IN THE ORCHARD A Queetiennble Praetheliven Hog Are Apt to Do Nero Harm Than Oed A earfeepOBiteiit of Ute Paraeri Review ears that MM ot UM greatex eau st damage tfl orchards la the theIrIIIh he has knows fariM where this did more daives s Uua all ether eaaesc combined We believe UM ooMNUoM are only occasions in which It la sate to tarn stock lute orchards The oondltioa where this Might be done would be where tlM lead in so sandy that It Will net paekr under the feet at the aatmato and tM trees are hs dad DO high that tie anliMte could not brows Ute limbs Rut this ooadrUon la net with tat rarely sad not often In the MMJM wnot Our prairie Mil 4cpsIn U a great deal of clay Mixed with humus and this when wet pact readily On our hllltldta we often gad bawMer clay and alu In oar toll lag land that has hoer timbered with jp hardwood wo find a claythat N very retentive of moisture and will pack down aa Lard oa a rock Thor IB no surer way of killing a tree than by packing the ground around it Wo have known of drop collecting around a single apple trw more than around others and killing that apple trio loge however are leas objectionable In tho orchards than other kinds of gook far the reason that they root tip tbo ground and this Improves the soil rather Ulan Injure It A small num ber of hga may be given tho run ot- a large orchard and not do any grant mount of damage unless they collect too much around ont or two trees which If In clay soil are about sure to bo killed We do not btllpytM aa a gbntraV proposition tuft to permit Mock to run In our orchards In tho middle west TRIMMING BERRY BUSHES Tome Suggestions for the Thinning Out of the Old Brush Tho Time to Do It When 1 began rntelag blackberries I cut out tho old brush as soon aa the crop wee all plotted Hut I found this was not the beet way as the wind often breaks down tko young plants when nothing Is left to support them i Also there Is much work at that time 1 the weather Is hot and the work Is dlMgieeablo as 1 am wearing tbin clothes and get badly scratched I stow avoid nil these difficulties by waiUug until winter says a con e spondent of the Farm and Home The now plants are so hardened that the wind will not destroy them I have plonty of time and can put on my heavy coat and gloves and remove tbo old brush without being scratched I a time when tho temperature is rising and tho ground frozen I use a short Iron hook with a handle about four feet long Place tho hook back of an old stalk about a foot above tho ground then give a quick Jerk end it breaks closo to the frozen soil x I HOETICULTXmAJj NOTES I Purchase the spraying outfit before tho time comes to use It I Fllst class fruit always has a mar ket Only poor fruit Is hard to sell is for theSpraying ncccseary control of fungous diseases Farmers Re- t view This 1s the month of months to trim the grapevine Cut off all of meat years wood down to two eyes Got ready for spraying operations Overhaul that old pump or buy a new arts Order ssupplies and flxincs 4 I r n THE GOOD ROADS BILL liar the Sanction of tho President and Sentiment Is QrotTlng in Its Favor Three years ago the president of the United States gavo his Indorsement to national aid In highway improve mint and declared In a public speech that it was help the people have aright to demand of the general government Tbta was In 1903 Since then the patriotism Intelligence progress ive7 spirit and business sense of the country has quickened in response and from one end of the land to the other tho good roads carapflree have been lighted on hlllsldo and in valley The actual lose nod inconvenience to the country through the lack of deoent means of communication between town and country town and town In tho Interior between the homes of tho people and tho markets between the homos and church houses and sohool houses la so Immense that It cannot longer bo borne and the people aro becoming aroused as they have not been on any subject since the close of tho civil war Every thinking per son realizes that governmental aid and supervision in road construction is an absolute national necessity Every thinking person knows that state sys toms will continue to fall short of adequate remedy for tho great trouble of bad roads as Uto syetems have failed for 76 yeara past except in two or three of the wealthier states Some good road work has been done In n few states notably In New York a state of great cities where tho city property Is taxed with other property and money is abundant for the pur pose Out there are few states able to- dD what New York can do for high ways and nearly all of the 46 states of the union realize their helplessness In this reboot It does seem as It there no hesitation about the enactment of tho DrownlowLatl mer good roads bill It provides for only reasonable assistance In getting the work under way and certainly If tho government tan spend money for road building in Porto Illeo and the Philippine as It has been liberally doing the representatives of the peo- pleI nwght wt to deny r lInt to the states at home The plan propoeed Ie neither extravagant nor burdensome If to a plain practical bueltiese propo sition which appeals strongly for hear lag IB the PlftynlnUi congreaa and the demand for this lecMatkm Is growing stronger all the time It has too the sanction of eminent otodals of the government and It toe people eon Use their demand on congress the BrowalowLatlroer bill will soon be come a law Hon W P Drownlow will send copies of the Mil cud other official lit eratnre to any person addressing a reo ducat to him at Washington WAGON BOX HOISTER Convenient Device for the Shed Which Will Make the Handling of tho Wagon Basy Hoe Is a wagon bed bolster that Is essay worked and anybody can make one without any expense and It will save you a groat deal of hard work and worry You should of course have a shed for yoar wagon and then you can fix thin to the roof or loft Obtervo that an t HANDY WAGON IIOI3T are two pieces any length you want or need rays tho Ohio Harmer These are aboa 2x4c awl aro plated two Inches aper Then Ii Is a piece 10 or 12 feet long which passes between a a and fas tens n the middle of b with a pin at e Then use a trace chain at end of b and fasten to d d whleh la a 3x4 03 wide as your wagon bed Next see tour small places of chain two with a ring and the other two with hooka Fasten one at d d and the other piece at d 0 then slip e o undor your wagon box pull down ono end of b and fas ten tilt chains between d and e Then go around to the other end of b until the opposite find of your wagon bed la olnvatod as high as you want It mid then hook your chains and connect d and r Now tip the ond of your box and see how easy It gets out of the way Drown TaU Moth SpreadIng Tho brown tall moth is rapidly spreading It Is present In nearly all part of Massachusetts is abundant in portions of Maine Now Hampshire and Rhode Island and is probably to be found In northeastern Connecticut and southeastern Vermont Within ton years It will probably be found in Now York New Jersey and perhaps In Pennsylvania and may bo oven moro widely distributed says Prof T II Fernald Dont guess at things when you are tit work at your butter Dont make a thermometer of your finger It looks bad Dont think you washed your churn out well enough lau week to last all winter You cant do it No matter If you washed II when you last used It thoroughly scald It out again this time Fane Journal Why not club together with sev era of tho neighbors and order nurallry aprayingmaterial etc In wholesale lots I SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON TemperInISunday Leaven for March 11 LBSflON TKXTMrtt usca Mtnkery verea 44 41- GOLDEN TEXT Ktjp the Goer of my llpiP liLt TIMB Summer ef A U K- IUACHA B1H eel tar frum the 8m of aalltra TUB SCnMON ON Till MOUNTO iuea I train tile Sermon un the Mount Concerning the time piece and occiudoti of Its delivery ace Leeson t Our Lvtxmn Text embraces the concluding v neeot the tectloo which lmmedl iiy follows tae vase sttidtcd lot Sunday The wnoleUs tlon tell how the one law of Chrt f king mIofvllIlI eke old Jewish law It may be analyzed thui The old law to be fuiOlteaV nu- T be UrIKlMOd by the new V K- In the sixth Commandment IMS In the Seventh Commandment IJJ7 In the Third Commandment ItXT As regard submitting olJuu-A ncnrdi love for others4t47- Th all tnclulve sreupt44 Comment And Suggestive Thought- V 33HThou shall not forswear To forswear Is to take an oath to what Is false A probable allusion to the third commandment also to perform- Ing vows or oaths Perform unto tbe lArd Having taken an oath In the I name of God regard It as a debt to Him to faithfully perform what you have thus promised- VI 34 I say Place emphasis on I Jesus was Himself authority for what lie said Swear not at all That this does not prohibit taking oath at a court of Justice seems evident from the example of Jesus Himself also of Paul Mutt 3603 C4 2 Cor 1131 but It forbids careless utterance of oaths In conversation j Vs 36 3C Nor by the earth eta Various forms of wearing In common use by people of that day are now al luded 16 V 37 Communication Speech Yea yea nay nay Yes and NoHYour simple affirmation or de nial should bo sufficient for you and for your hearers If one always tells the truth people are willing Vs take his 111m pIe word Cometh of evil orHor the evil one It la the spirit of evil that suggests the devise ofI swearingV An eye for an eye lea Rx MZ4 U Lev 2420 Dent 1121 It la true that the laws of Mow In eluded suck terms Vla Resist not evil Do not retaliate Turn to him the other atoo It Is bette to be struck twice than to strike another one V 40 If any we the If another entire a law process against you It were better to suffer yourself to be defrauded than to reeent it in an un christian spirit Coat The long tunic or undergarment Cloke The outer robe commonly of wool V 41 Compel lhee to go a mile The original here tISll a reran word which tells that an old timo prattle ii alluded ta Often a man In travel log would be seized at a poetstation and forced to carry a royal message to some point far away front the place to which he was Journeying Jesus bids ilia followers render such service willingly sod without resentment I V 4S Glee a Ketb of thanIto follow Va should a Ilv Ing spirita readiness to do all tbn good we can to all V 43 Lave thy neighbor hate thine enemy The dm phrase uot the second U found In Motes law See marginal rlleraeiV 44 Tbe verso which our Revisers omit since lack Ing In but MRS Is found In Luke t 627 23 Pour steps In the ladder of love are here pointed outt Cultl vate friendly feeling toward those not of your own race or disc bere termed enemies 2 Return kind words tat crops ones 3 Prove your friendliness by doing kindnesses to thole who act unkindly 4 Pray for those who ore so hateful you cannot approach them Despltefully Acting out of spite V 46 That ye may be HSuch a spirit manifested In the ways above- mentioned will bow to all that you are sons of God not merely because created by Him but at having Ills deposition Ills sun We should tbat God POI and con troll what we style the forces of na ture I V 4C Love them which love you Even the most hardened people commonly do title but the Christian lovItho cus Such salutations usually Included a form of prayer for divine blessing Your brethren Those who are specialty near or pleeiini to you V 43 Perfect Complfto or sin tire better Interprets the thouglit than perfect ti we understand It Eph 413 Practical Points V 33 By swearing one Injures none save himself V 34 We should be most careful to fulfill all promise Eccles 64 6 I V 37 An oath on the iild betrays sin In the heart V CO Getter to Offer two wrongs than do one V 42 lAVe quickly transforms an enemy Into 4 friend Rom 1380 U V 41 The Christian for eursei re turns prayers V 45 Many people get their only Idea of God from the lives ol Hit tel lowers How carefui then should each one bet- tervlce for Mothers and Babes A minister In Aoorueen Scotland lItornoonIIUU1S I II REVOLUTIONARY HEROINE Georgia Amazon Who SIngleHand ed Captured Ten Depre- dating Tories Nancy Hart the famous Gcorglachar acter of revolutionary days is by no means mytbloal but was a very real personage Notwithstanding herglgdn tie frame red hair freckles and crossed eyes her memory Is kept greener among tho people of her native state than that of many a more prepossessing heroine says the Richmond NewsLeader She was what is familiarly known as- a Georgia Cracker a poor though In telligent white who lived among the sand hills or In tho isolated districts ot the state Her capture of the ten tortes while they wero devouring the tempting viands she had boon compelled to pro pare for thorn Is recognized as a historical fact- During Andrew Jacksons presidency representatives from Georgia desiring to bring that state to the notice of the president decided to present a painting for ono of tho niches in the rotunda ot the United States capitol building Att length it was completed a portrait of Nancy Hart bareheaded barefooted her skirts to her knees crossing a shallow stream driving ton tortes before her at point of ono of their own pins Tho president who was redheaded and came of hardy ploneor tock himself la said to have been very much pleased with tho picture and it Is to bo hoped that Georgia profited by the diplomacy of her representatives- The idea that Nancy Hart followed her husband to Florida and died there is erroneous After the force disturbances of tho revolution had gone down as his tory she buckled up her yoke of oxen and with her children and grandchildren emigrated to South Carolina At one of the stops on tho route her soninlaw became engaged in a drunk en brawl and was taken in custody by an officer Ever quick to moot an emergen cy Nancy went to tho rescue Bestow ing a few puglltftlc bumps on tho detain er of her soninlaw she seized the latter and lifted him bodily into tho bed ot tho wagon and drove out of town Nancy Hart located nearBdgcflold a small town not far from the Georgia line Her famo preceded her there and sho was welcomed and respected by her neighbors My grandfathers grandfa ther lived in Kdgefleld and was one of the early Baptist preachers The Scotch Irtch were almost universally Presbyterian but once agitated thore was soon n large sprinkling of liaptlits and Methodists throughout the south The min isters were for the most part itinerant and revivals that rivaled Moodys and Jones In enthusiasm were hold under huge open tabernacles and men rode on horseback 100 miles to be in attendance Tradition Bays that Nancy Hart was converted at one of these meetings It would bo reasonable to suppose that tlmo and hardships would have touched tho rod hair with gray and curbed th old daifntleu spirit but she was strenuous In rellglou as In politics There are mystical stories in my mind of a gaunt old woman embracing my digni tied ancestor and disarranging his stock end dragging sluggard sinners by their quuues and coat tails to the penance soot but these are traditions repeated from generation to generation and I would not vouch for their authenticity However I have always understood that Nancy Hart lived to a good old ago died and was burled in the old Kdgofleld district now Edgofleld county S C Frances New President M FalHoros tho newly eectod French president was born in Mozln Thore Is a church dating from tho ninth century in the little city Against its walls onco nestled tho smithy and homo of a blacksmith It was in that house for ms grandfather church in 1872 but the smithy was born The poporty was sold to the church In lb but the smithy was carted awls and sot up again stole for stone in the outskirts of Mezin whore it fctlll stands MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati A CATTLBPair te good fli 4 x 7CIIIi 4a Mixed packers 5 c S Alt eIINxr LAMBSICxtra 591 7 m PLOU patent 4 00c t6Itsprlnf red CORNNo tJ sx I mixed CJ tRYltoHArtLNYNo I nmlnc HAYCholcu t03 timothy US Ql G- OHORKOlwr In sa 16 X MlB to IARDPrlmo team 775 7 lii T n J 10ChnlctCIIICAQO PLOUIlWlnter patent I TO C W WHEATNO t red St No 3 red TSVM 75 OHNNo i mixed 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The reputation of W L Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear Is knownIeverywhere throughout the world They have to give better satisfaction other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear ers expect more for their money than they can jet elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect j fit f inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES rHoofH I 11111111111 I I I III I During the Editors absence quite a number have subscribed for the Citizen who have not received their picture premiums Such can have a picture by calling at the office or Bonding a card to the Editor We have a large assortment of pictures still left for new subscribers though we have ceased to advertise the fact r 1 fora few issues j There will be special meetings at beginningthrough the week Mr Tupper will assist Bro Hudson The Ariel Quartette went to Rich mond Sunday and sang afternoon and night in the special meetings that are being held in Rev Weavers churchProfessor Hill some time since connected with the College but lately Principal of Williamsburg Academy has resigned and will ac cept a call to take charge of a school in the north Prof Hill has done goodwork in Williamsburgand will be greatly missed He has recently completed the finest and most convenient school building in south eastern Kentucky The money for the building has been largely raised through his efforts Dr Hubbell will preach at the Congregational church Sunday Mrs Grosvenor willsing It has come out that a large pro portion of the mob that made such trouble in Springfield 0was made up of boys from 14 to 20 It seems to bea case of Satan finds some mischiefstill etc Conditions are similar in Berea An eye trouble called pinkeye Is afflicting many this week Those affectedshould see a doctor at once Justice of the Peace Wilson will hold adjourned court on Friday of this week Judge Gay mulcted quite a num ber of sports 20 and costs each I for gambling last week The names have not been reported Does it pay boys Rev Wm A Sunday bettet known as Billy Sunday the BaseBall Evangelist is holding a most remarkable series of meetings at Princeton Ills In less than three weeks over a thou sand have been converted The whole community is stirred andspecial trains are being run to Princeton from outside We would like to have Mr Sunday visit this country Thursday night there will be a social and reception to new members at the Union Church house The Union Church received GO into mem borship last Sunday 53 on confession There were 27 baptized Sunday af ternoon at the Chapel Mr 0 Eich representing the Whitaker Paper Co of Cincinnati was in Berea Wednesday Rev Mr Thomson goes tomorrow Friday to Fort Wayne Ind to teach IDa Bible school for u week Mr Tupper will preach at the Parish House Sunday morning I a1 t Z i2 tt I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I The G A R Post will hold its next regular meeting on Saturday March 17 when the Womens Relief Corps auxiliary will be instituted Married in Berea by the Rev J P Bicknell Major Green Cruse and Miss Alice Harris This is Brother Bicknells first experience in matri many for others but ho thinks it was thoroughly done A few of the many in Berea whoI were in arrears in their subscription to the Citizen a year or more have come in and put their dates nboodI but not so manyas we had hoped Nexkweek we propose to mark such subscriptions with the blue mark to call attention to arrears Come in this week and aroid the blue mark Tho following new names have been added to the telephone ex change list since the directory was publishedIE F Coylo residence 121 WmI Flanery residence 122 Dr S R Baker residence 123 E Hardiu residence 124 AJSmith residence 125 Dr J L Lusk residence 120 M D Settle Big Hill Toll Lino Defeat of School 1II1I flaked We hope the School Bill passed by the Legislatureof Kentucky last weekwill be defeated in the Senate The bill proposes to take all school matters out of the hands of Trustees and place them in the hands of com missioners We believe it would be unsatisfactory to the people and wo also believe the people in each school district should have the right to con trol school affairs Livingston DemocratIChildren llnnm nltIrtIThe Kentucky Childrens Home Society has sixty boys and girls be tween tho ages of three and nine fori whom desire good Christain homes These children are unusually bright and attractive and we guarantee that no family will be disappointed in a child we send them The winter months have given usI an enormous amount of work to doI We are receiving more children now iu a month than we formerly did in a year and as a rule the children are much brighter and much better look ing and much easier controlled than children we formerly handled Will you not show your interest in this great work for humanity by giving a home to one of these little ones r Unless you have a first class home in every respect and unless yout are moral and stand well in community do not apply as we will under no circumstances place a child verybestThis is the Masters work inas much as ho said Suffer little child ron to come unto Me and forbid them not If you are interested in title charity and would like to take a KentuckyChidrens Von Borries Avenue Louisville Ky rt tIIifltIhIIIII 111I College Items HERE AND THERE +It1Ii1II1iIII1t 1II Mr Dizney has been taken to the hospiatl not that ho is dangerously ill but for convenience of treatment IThere was an alarm of fire Tuesday night about nine oclock which dem onstrated the efficiency of the fir alarm system and the College f1 company The alarm came trot I Howard Hall but there was but littl harm done IThere have been 010 students en andIro enrollment will exceed 1000 The baptistry in tho now Chapel is very conveniently arranged It ia built of brick is lined withcement has spring water from the water sys tem warmed by steam pipes and there has lately been added a screen ed vestibule to the tank This litte was used for tho first time last SundayThe delegates to the International Student Volunteer Convention a Nashville Tuesday Misses Sypherd and Washburn and Andrew Ross have returned and report an excep tionally fine meeting John It Mott I Sir Mortimer Durant Robert and Bishop Thoburn wore amongthe speakers The reality of dom of God and the claims of Jesu- Christ upon men were the key topics of the Convention Ninety thousand dollars were pledged to the Volunteer movement by those present The Convention must have given a great impetus to the cause of foreign missions Of interest to those interested in athletics is the action of then Board of Curators of the Kentucky Univer city in deciding to withdraw from the State InterCollegiate Associa tion The reasons given are that the rules regarding bonafide players are not satisfactory to the College and that the ventures in the athletic field the past season were not financially satisfactoryMrs is now at Ladies BallI An effort is being made to have her permanently attached to the Hall forceSuperintendent Clark was in RlohI mond Friday on business Tho brick yard will opon upas soon as tho weather will permit A prosperous season is in prospect President Frost goes to Minneap oils next week where he will spook atI the Monday meeting of the Minnea polis and St Paul Congregational Club on the 10th Afterwards ho will visit relatives in South Dakota Several College workers are talking of buying lots anderecting houses thi season The Athletic Association at a called meeting elected E F Fowler captain of the baseball team Plans are being made for another Superintendents Conference this spring It is proposed to Principals as well this year A comI mittee has been appointed to plans for and to have charge of suchI a conference if it finally materializesi The committee is compo Hubbell Professor Diusmore and L E Tupper The next entertainment of the leoI ture course is on Monday next It should be tho best number of the i coursefStone and brick are being drawn onto the ground for the addition to the wood working building Mr Davis and a friend of Knox County were in Bores looking up a location and visited the College on WednesdayMr Herudon was a Chapel tisitor Wednesday morning Arrangements are being made for the Student Excursion to Cincinnati which takes place the latter part of April Those who wore ou the ex cursion last year have not forgotten thepleasant time they had andwill take the trip tho second time No new students should miss it Many are planning to stay through the spring term that they may avail themselves of this trip Phi Delta Literary Society give their annual banquet to their near eveningMarch The Y W C A held their annual last Saturday afternoon in he Chapter Room and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year President Grace Mitiden Vice President Martha Washburn Sec retary Ada M Phillips Treasurer Ruth Putnam Part of the time was given up to an interesting program after which refreshments were served Many of the girls visited tho Chapel tower for the first timo Remember the entertainment in nightThis I r J 1 A Lay nt Frankfurt I After tho spiritual feast of the Y M C A Convention I loft Lexing ton Sunday 520 p m in company with lIon T P Gabbard and W F Campbell Arun of twentyeight miles brought us to Frankfort We at1IbA long talku short sleep andn hearty breakfast followed Before I begin with the proceed ings of the day I wish to state that Mr Gabbard has personally met and ofIalmostoa gathered iu tho lobby of tho Capitol Hotel for consultation before enter dayI0 loft Capitol Hotel and felt like I was goin some place when I learned that wo wore soon to be in the pres ence of tho Stato ollicors Governor Bcckhum is a man of flue presence a pleasant conversationalist and a liberal minded politician After having enjoyed fifteen minutes conversa receivingran invitation to callaptin wo started for tho Capitol as it was 1100 am time for tho House to assemble orIresolutions wore offered tho Revenue Bill brought up and then there fol lowed a lively discussion This bill pagesIuponswas read which affected his individual district In tho afternoon Representative Gabbard made speeches on tho fol lowing sections of this bill lilt Realestate sold for delinquent taxes may be redeemed by the owner by raying 30 per cent interest Ho amended by making it 10 per cent and carried all the house except one vote 2d Tho bill provides for a 1225 license to retail spirituous vine ous anti malt liquors Thu liquor mon wanted to amend by making tho license 200 Hon Gabbard and others defended the original and won by a largo majority The house then adjourned for the evening and bouquets came to the hero of tho day from all sources Mr Gabbard has introduced oight resolutions which have been adopted and tho following bills which aro in the hands of the committees or in the order of the day House Bill 210 relative to teachers examination for state diploma state certificate and county certificate House Bill 807 An Act to amend section 2089A the Kentucky Statute relating to holidays House Bill 403 An Act providing for the distribution of saw fox trees crossties or other timber drifted down the streams of the Commonwealth of Kentucky House Bill 404 Au Act providing a uniform system of higher public education When it is remembered that nearly one thousand bills have been introduced only a small proportion of which have been disposed of and the session is drawing to a close we can see that it is not probable that theso bills will all come before the House but these facts gathered from one days visit to tho Kentucky Legislature are sufficient evidence that the young representative is working hard advance the interest of tho stato at largo and of the people who unanim positJODinMr Gabbards loyal friends will learn with regret that ho is consider the question of entering the civil service not that they do not wish him all the blessings of success and happiness but he is wanted to con tinue the work which ho has BO nobly begun W H HANEY For Ladies Furnishing Goods call at the New Cash Store they have a full tine of up to date Goods TO tUUK A COLO IJi OXK DAY Take LAXATIVB 1IROMO Quinine Tablet DrumsUt refund money II It fall to cure K W lOKOVHSilgnaturcUoneachbox ije To Kentucky Female Orphan School Graduates All graduates of the above named school art requested to send name and address to Principal K F O S- Ky that each may receive an invita tion to a house party to bo given tho Alumnus in May Send name whether or not circumstances favor attendance ELLA JOHNSON Prin K F O S The March Meeting of the Madison County Farmers Club Will be hold in the Court house nt Richmond Saturday March 171000- at 2 oclock p m this being a postponement of one week from tho regular time Reports of the meeting of tho State Farmers Institute- at Frankfort will be received and Prof S C Mason of the Farm Department of Berea College will givo an address on the subject of Soil Improvement illustrated by charts and samples of some of tho different soils of tho county 2t 1ESa t l U l d e THE BEST t Olive Oil for Salads Or any other use in making good things to cat or in medicine is o- uriluile DOlive LARTIER F1LS 1 It is absolutely pure Virgin Olive Oil from the finest olives grown in thntrfamcd South of Europe olive district Try it yoursolf Ask for the imported The Porter Drug Co IrecenronATgnl +O+O+O+O+O+O +O+O+O +O +O+O+ IOO +O+O+OO +O+O+O+Ol 3+010 f I f At the DptoDate Grocery J = ==YOU CAN BUY L o Sugar at 05 f+ Meal at 2D iIatcDtFlour 05 t Diamond Special Coffeo15 and up 1 +o j You ran always find a fine lot of fruit anti tho mOAt of t 1 1koopf W D LOGSDON Prop i- fO +O+O+O+O+O+O+Oo+o+o +O+O +O+O +O O+o+oO+co+O+O+O+ l 77IPIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII7 III IIP IIP i Furniture is a Necessitye Witittime to buy than now and we have things you need Kitchen Din ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed IA DcsksCarpctsVindowShades m p m LOUIS 0 LESTERm Next to the Mill Phone 93JvflflL L fl 00000000000000000000000000-o 0 0 0 0 0- o 0 0 lOUr Motto o 0 d 0 i 0 0 0 Gu aL i tNot low prices is our inducement g o Any body can sell cheap goods but everybody o 0cannot sell good goods cheap We offer a 0- i superior line of seasonable goods at our uni iforn ly low prices Call at I 0 o t 0 0oI The New Cash Store I 0 I RHODUS GREEN CO PROPRIETORS o 0 s r 1 o 0 io o ofaoaoaotaomoloaofaooaooaoaotaososoo oioioIotai 1 1 0A +1 SUMMARY OF THE IMPORTANT NEWS y llnterestlnjr Happen ngs rllllt Oc Pasti1 14I ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events In the United State and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Duty Reader Crime and Casualties Congressional Driers For three hours on the tlUl Mr Poi esker held the attention of the Mist0 ivhlla he read A carefully prepar peeoti on the railroad rote quMtton Ills speech was a protest against aw genial legislation TN treaty between the Units 214talee and the Dominican republic tin Uer which the former undertakes to collect and disburse the custom revenue of the latter was reported fa torably to the senate j The boos on the tat passed UK jinny appropriation bill carrying ove 4 lHOK a The bill providing for tb marking of confederate graven In th north was pawed by a usanltooa vote Senator OatllBger introduced a bll i to readjust the salaries of general OH of the government to take etfee 4 1MB The bill proposes tile JINtnI Minitea The president 800 vice preeldMt le900 speak Ute hoase 15006 members of caklHat 1IMO senators awl rop t toentAUvN 7H1- I Senator Dlok of Ohio carried out I the threat of voting against the Phil Ipnlne tariff bill In the senate commit tee and It wa killed In commit teo lb A vote of eight to five The seete naased the bill provldlnj for the settlement of the affairs of thi five elvfltaed tribes on the Id At ruBtntdnvnt by Mr LaPolleua prohlb King railroad or their triockholdtm from acquiring laRds In the Imtlai Territory was defeated t Senator 1eUua and Representative 1nderwood aad Taylor asked the prtlll Ident to appoint Uea Charlea M She ley at Birmingham Ate commission tor to mark the graves ot confederau soldier who died In federal prtsoni during tire civil war- Miscellaneous Items At pHngfleld 0 Preston IAdd ant KdwarJ Deep colored were arrested thartrod shooting Brakeman M M Dent A snob soon gathered wltl the purpose of lynching the accused The iirgroM were spirited away tr Dajrte a for safekeeping As soon ai this was known the mob attacked The JttstckM the negro quarters and bulldlnga were burned cod sa looos looted The mllltla was railed nut to pweenre order Altogether about irts buildings wire burned The riot sad race war at Sprlngu M 0 was continued on the Mth The eight companies of militia called out was unnble to preserve order sad two dwellings oocupled by colored people More burned nod a down others partly demolished No oasualtlM have oc efcrtad 110 far Thft riot and race war at Springfield 0on the lilt was kept won In band by the troops and the polloa Only small affrays took plaoo Two ma chine guns pasted near the Jail had a quieting effect on the mqb A ateody downpour of rain fell at Springfield 0 on the 2d and aside tram that quiet prevailed following the two preceding nights of rioting nnd Incendiary fires M M DflvlB tho brakeman shot In l tho Springfield riots Is dead Mr and Mrs Nicholas Longworth arrived at Tampa Fit on the 3d on tho aUamer MMcotto from Havana The steamer encountered rough weatla or and MrA LoKgworth aufferad front fteaslekneaa Alter a drive around Tampa the oouplo left for Washing tonA It Moss 58 manager of the Lyr ic theater Salt Lake City Is dead For many years he was connected with theatrical enterprise as manager hav ing boon associated with Udwln Booth Rrni Kendall and other wellknown actors Learning that plans for a revolution Dry movement wero In progroM the Uruguayan government has raided the opposition clubs arrested tho plotters and Instituted a censorship on tola graphic dispatches Tho department of superintendents of tho National Educational associa tlon closed a successful two days con vention at Louisville Ky with the adoption of Important resolutions deal- Ing with the present day problems In educationThe was made at the headquarters of the printers eight hour strike committee In Washington that another typothatao firm Rtomot t Jackson had yielded and Joined the union forces Senor Mendosa the Colombian min- Isterwhn has beon staying at a hotel In Now York for the last ton days do 4 withililohop Areouy of Yaroslavl Russia who recently created a sensation by anothaIIboon removed and oxlloj to Siberia The worst blizzard since the storm of January 12 1888 raged at none steel S D Snow toll to a depth of over one foot on tho lovol and In some places was piled to a depth of over J 80 feet t I 1d 1 At a mooting of tho bituminous coal operators In Plttsburg tho question ot wago scale was discussed A majority of the representatives opposed an la croase of C5 In the miners wages The colllerlofl controllod by th Pennsylvania Railroad Co posted no tines announcing that hereafter untl i further orders all collieries would be worked full tlmo on Saturdays The foreign element employed in UK coal mines at Plttsburg have manifest od some anxiety ovor tho throatonot coal strike and one of the results wai the departure ot a parly of 110 foi tholr homes Thirtyflvo miners woro dlgoliargoc from tho Westmoreland Coal Co at Jeannette Pa The action la said to bo due to the mon having formed 0 miners union A teething coal operator who Is conversant with tho oltuatlon In the bl luminous oil mining states says that the Ohio operators are a unit In 01I position to an advance In the miner wages There U by no moans a certainty as yet that there will not be a coal strike said a member of use of tIe big merger coal companies of Indiana The came of the mae acre at Nan Chang China originated In a dlspnti of Preach Catholic with an offlcta over the possession of property Say eel missions were burned by the mot that formed and six priest and two of the family of Mr Klagman In whose house the missionaries souall safety were murdered aria the rial done Prod The state department recelrad a die patch from Consul General Rodgers at SbaogbaL Ural It was definitely knows that the American property at Nan dung was safe and that refugees or rived at Khiklsng Instructions have been sent to the governor of Manebang to punish so vcrely all participants In tho mawwcn when six French Jesuit mlsslonarlw and four British subjects were killed It Is rumored at HongKong that tin dowager amproaa was asfloaslnated ir lueiMiliso at Peking Senor Msndez Capote louder of th moderate party In Cuba torment president of the senate and vivo pros Went elect of the republic announced his desire to withdrew before the vote of the proaldMiUal elector Is actunllj east He says the oleo Is merely ornamental Senor Garbiras the newly appointed charge daffaires of Vnswrta arrtv ed In Washington and took charge ol the legation He denied that Preel dent Castro had say aggressive plans Charles M Leland G3 the last ot rren brothers all of whom were wet known In the hotel business through sit the country died In Uroadalbln N Y James H Ward for many yean chief operator for the Associated Press In tho southwest and for the P4st tlircn years connected with the Chicago nfflre died of heart failure President Roosevelt has asked eon oress to appropriate 180000 to defray the expenses of the delegates of the InltPd States to the Pan America rongroM In Rio de Janeiro nest spring Standing at the aide of the coffla o his deed sister In NAjv York Thomas Mettmaa drew a revolver and killed his brother Ia law and then ended hit own life John R Walsh prealdent of the da funet Chicago National bank whlot dosed its doors December 18 1001 was taken Into custody on a federal warrant which charges him with viola tlon of thn national banking laws In making false returns to the controller of the currency and also asserts that Ita converted to Ida own use without proper authority funds of the bank amounting to 1000000 Ha was ro loosed on 10000 bonds After SO rounds of fast fighting the bout between Frod Landers of San Francisco and Clarence English of Omaha was decided a draw Several bankers testified boforo tho Drake committee which Is invdaflgat lag municipal and county affair at Cincinnati that their banks paid from S to 2a per cent on deposits of count lends The money was paid to some representative of tho county treasurers omen Duslness failures In the United Btotos for tho week ending March 1 number ISO against 1X0 tho previous week HI In the Ifko week of 1005 195 In 1004 and 171 In 1008 Miss Wllholmlna Busch youngest laughter of tho St Louis millionaire browor was married at Pasadena Cal In Lieut Bdward Scharror of tho kalsart Imperial guard About 75 persons woro poisoned by partaking of a free lunch at a public Farm sale near Marysvlllc Kan None will die Two anarchists armed with bombs wore arrested at n railroad station at St Petersburg ns they woro boarding fi train for TsarkooSoJo where the jmporor Is sojourning Senor Ilomoro Roblodo tho former Spanish minister ot Justice and load ar of the Woylor party Is dead The navy transport Lawton from Manila Capt Charles F Pond arrived it San Francisco with sovon paRson ors and about 160 mon of tho navy Ono man was lout overboard on the voyageRalph Earlo Sampson son of the ate Rr Adm Sampson recently drop pOll for dedclenolee In his classes has boon roappolnted by President Rooso velt and has reenterod the academy Orders woro given by the Denver Ire and police board to Chief of Po llco Michael Dolanoy to prohibit nil toxlng matches and glovo contests In hat city In future Gov Pardoe of California granted a warrant of arrest upon the roqulsl Ion of the governor of Indiana for the toturn to that stato of Paul klllman fantod In Indianapolis to answer a harco of child Rlonllne d l Lying In a little hollow stretched out WilliamIago was found by a party of hunter at Montrose Cal Close beside tho mans skeleton with Its head on I1ls bosom were tho whitened bones ot his faithful dog The most dostructivo cyclone over experience In the Society anti Tuamoti Islands occurred on February 7 and 8 Tho damago In Tahiti Is estimated at 000000 and presumably a similar amount of property was destroyed on tho Tuamotu islands It Is oared a groat number of lives woro lost It was said In Washington that th arrest of John R Walsh was tho result of an Investigation conducted by nn official ot the department of Justice Tho mattor will soon be brought to tit attention of tho grand Jury It developed at Denver Col tha George A Pettibono formerly a mom ber of the Western Federation of Miners now under arrest in Idaho charged with tho murder of Gov Franl flteunonborg furnished tho striking Cesar dAleno miners with rules and ammunition with which to carryon their warfare during the memorable bnfl pen campaign In Idaho some yean agoThe 137 arold daughter of Robew Vaughn was criminally assaulted nea WIlllaaslHirg Mies by Tom Danes R negro ell was captured and lodged In Jail around which a mob quickly as ambled The Jailer quietly aneakex the prisoner out of the back door ant removed him to Jackson for eafekeep lacMarquis SalonJI the Japanese pre mien will temporarily assume the port folto of foreign minister made vnean by the resignation of Count Takaklr Kato Tho sum of 2000000 has been pre seated to the Don Ural Kuban am Torok Coesaoka In reward for thol servicesRichard A MoCurdy former prowl dent of tho Mutual Life Insurant Co his eon In law Louie A Thebaud with their wives sailed for Paris Frank Rockefeller brother of John D Rockefeller has begun suit In thi supreme court against various indl vlduBls and brokerage firms in Cleveland to recover 00000 damages The suit is the outoome of stock trine actions with Leland W Prior th broker who committed suicide Repreeentatlve Flack has Introdnew an omnibus bill coveting a number of flak hatcheries and fish culture its lions One of Its provisions la an ap propriatlon of 30000 for the estab llshment of such a station la Ohio s1 a point to be selected by the aeera tary of commerce and labor Harry Wagner 14 running a corn pressed air hammer at the Cambria Steel Co Johnstown Pa playfully tabbed It at Merl Rankln 1C the not ale entering the boys body kllllni him Former Gov James Stephen Hogg of Texas died at the residence of Prank C Jnaoe his law partner Gov Hogg had been In falling health for a year or more Henry K Wbltbeck a physician and dentist of Buffalo N Y killed his wife with a hammer and then blew his brains out with a rifle Tho Fortysecond street car barns ol the Metropolitan Railway Co were de strayed by fire One man Mkl to have been an emaJoya of the company lost his lifeftnd several persona were in tired a fireman variously Lose 200 000 Secretary Shaw opposes the appropriation for tho purpose of coining lOoOOO two dollar silver pieces for a memorial to the coming Jamestown expositionThe States senate will devote most If not all the week to the con adoration of tho statehood bill with a view to reaching n vote on It nuxt FridayProf I Albreoht Wlrth of Munich contributes a signed article toDer Talon tho possibility of President Moose velt and Emperor William exchanging visits lie says Congraasman Nick alga ongworth and Mrs Longworth are expected in Berlin In May This Is not the first time that the presi dents daughter will have ropreaented tho United States diplomatically Her tourney to Bast Asia bad official char actor which was expressed by her ao nompanylng a member of the cabinet Llout Gen John M Sohofiold U S A retired died at St Augustine Fin Ho was attacked suddenly with cere bral hemorrhage but prompt medical attention was believed to have averted n serious shock the general rallying wonderfully Ho however realized that tho end was near and shortly afterward be lost consciousness and luletly passel away His remains will bo taken to tho Arlington cemetery Washington for Interment Tho village of Tavornola built on the perpendicular cliffs above Lake Iseo In the province of Brescia Italy was almost entirely destroyed by the rocks suddenly giving way Tho roar- Ing sound alarmed 1000 Inhabitants and they escaped Constable Joe Ibis who attempted to levy on some of the property of Mrs Lawrence Oakur at Chicago was shot and killed by the woman She gas arrested The Ramsoy county grand Jury returned bills of tndlctmcntagalnst three 3t Paul newspapers charging a viola tion of tho law prohibiting the publl alien In newspapers of more than a jnro announcement that a logal execu tots has taken place Andrew Thompson negro was hang 3d nl Groonavlllo S C for criminal issaull on Mrs Frank James Manager Proctor Is said to have of Bred Mme Calve 20000 weekly to ling In vaudeville Capt W D Matthews national head of negro Masons died at his home la Lcavonwarth Kan aged 0 years t L MISSISSIPPI TORNADO Twenty Four Persons Killed and 40 Injured at Meridan Miss Work of Clearing Debris Being Rapidly Pushed by Working Idle Negroes Seven Companies of State Militia on Guard Mobile Ala Information has beet received horo by telephone all tel egraph wires being down that a destructive tornado visited Meridian Miss killing many white and colored people and damaging property to the extent of 1500000 There were also scores seriously Injured by being caught in the wreckage of houses The tornado caught tit I city on the southwest and traveled to the northeasf expending Itself In two suburbs where many negroes wen killed and Injured a whole tenement district beta wiped out Two large wholesale stores ono smaller one the principal hotel tin electric lighting plant and all the smaller property between the Moblli A Ohio railroad depot and the bust tieiM part of the city are badly damI aged Twentyone men wero cough In a restaurant and several were kill od Two stories of the Y M C A building were wrecked and othor build legs suffered In the upper stories Meridian Miss The revised list of the dead and Injured as tit results of the tornado which swept through this city Friday evening shows a total of 21 dead and 40 In I Jured a number of whom are not expected to live No additional dentin have been reported since last night The property loss has boon semlofll dally reported at one and onequartci millions dollars the estimated destruction of residences alone being placed at 500 practically all in tho Lludsej lull section of tho out end and Georgetown Of the sufferers from the tornado only five carried tornado Insurance amounting to 07000 Seven companies ot state militia are sill on guard and enforclng work by Idle negroes 100 being at work remov JUt the debris An order was Issued Sunday night ordering tho removal of the troops on Tuesday Col William R McCant in corn mand of the national guard which now spreads out in cordon order over the devastated district said that never In his years of military experience lad he observed before the entire absence of vandalism and ghoulish acts which us holly follow on the heels of a like this aster Not a single Instance of this character has been reported After leaving Mertdlan and entering Macon a suburban town five miles Distant all trace of the storm seems to have disappeared Little If any damage Is reported from the country Work of relief was continued all Sunday and hundreds of mechanics are now aboit to begin work of rebuilding Monday Authentic reports re calved from Macon Marlon and Maehan Junction all of which were reported destroyed elated that thoro were no fatalities at each place Mee- inn Junction escaped entirely No fa talltloa occurred other than those In and around Meridian The general re thoIwas not seeking outside aid BRIDAL AT HOME Mr and Mrs Longworth Arrive In Washington From Cuba Washington Roiirosentatlvo and sirs Nicholas Longworth returned to Washington on Sunday from Cuba to which placo they Journeyed titer tholr wedding They occupied a irivato car attached to a regular train of the Southern railway which arrived zero at 050 oclock Sunday morning Thoy woro mot at the train by Mr LUII worths private secretary and trove Immediately to Mr Longworths residence on Tenth street where they have taken up their home Mr Long worth will Immediately resume his log Islatlvo dutlos at tho capitol Moroccan Agreement Possible Algoclras One of the delegates having a most vital Interest in the conference on Moroccan reforms laid that a settlement of the contro ersy between France and Germany now seemed possible but he declined to make known the lines tho arrange neat would take However the trend of recent events has Indicated that If my settlement Is reached it would nest likely bo because France would nake concessions with reference to the bank question and Germany in roturn would adopt a less uncompromising attitude concerning the po Ice mperlal Chinese Party In St Paul St PaulThe Imperial Chinese lommUslonors appointed to make a itudy of tho commercial Industrial anll education conditions In this coun try and In Europe arrived In St Paul Sunday evening on the way to the enst Lawton Arrives San Francisco Tho navy transport awton from Manila Capt Charles F Pond arrived with sovon pas ngora and about 110 men of tho mvy who havo served their time on tho vessels of the Asiatic fleet A man wns lost overboard ChicagoLeads All Chicago 1I1ln January nnd Fob uary Chicago led all other cities In crime and lawlessness accord- Ing to statistics Seventeen women Vera attacked In February la Chicago P STATE NEWS PICKUPS i KENTUCKY LEGISLATUREI The House of Representatives Vote To Put the Tax on Whisky Frankfort Feb 28one of the most Important bills to either body this son lion was Sonator Coxs bill presented by the senate It provides that share of stock In a foreign corporation own ed by a rdsldenl of this state shah not be taxed In this state If said tot olgn corporation pays taxes In the state where It Is located The bll passed by a decided majority A bill that will make t1 schoolteachers hap py was passed by the senate and will go at once to the governor for his apo proral It provides that a teacher pay shall not be deducted for the time consumed In attending a county teach ers Institute When held during 11 school term The Johnson bill to prohibit the plea of selfdefense In trial of an offense committed with a deadly weapon If the accused carried a dead ly weapon within 12 hours before th defRtedIax or od whisky made in this state IV cents an each gallon The two con mlttees never agreed on a section pro viding for such a tax but the house committee finally decided to put the extra tax In the bill when it was pre eented to tho house and by a doclsivi voto the house sustained tho committee and IcT tho 16 cents per gallon standFrankfort March ITho senate adopted throe house bills with some amendments affecting second clasi cities Tho first was tho annexation bill An amendment proposed by Sen ator Allen was adopted providing tha before a fifth class town can bo an coxed to a second class city twothird of the voters of tho town must vet for annexation Another bill provided for the construction and rcconstruc tlon of streets at the cost of abutting property owners In second class cities Senator Allens amendment require that bids for construction shall bo opened publicly after having been ad vertlscd The third bill provided for construction of sewers In second clasi cities and a similar amendment as to bids and advertisement was adopted Tho house In committee of the whole devoted tho day to the revenue bill completing Uri consideration and will try to roach a vote on It Thursday Probably the most importan amendment adopted was ono roduclni mloon license to 100 The Inheritance tax section was adopted but the estate inherited must amount to 1000 or more before the tax can bo col looted Frankfort March 2The Ward prl wary election bill camo up In the sen ato as unfinished business It provide for holding all primaries of all partlea on the same day each year tor thi payment of the expenses of the primaries by the counties and not by the candidates for the regular election officers to serve as primary election officers and for a recount of the bal lots If desired by any one Interested The Burnam bill providing the near out magistrate may enforce ordinance of sixthclass towns where said towns have no police judge passed The i Oharlton bill Increasing tho annua ticblindunanimously Tho Dehaven bill to regulate burial associations by requlr Ing them to give bond to secure the payment of their policies passed Tho long fight over the revenue bill ended In the house passing the bill bj a voto of 56 to 32 It will now go tc the senate where Its fato Is as yet undecided The house did not accept tho bill as recommended by the com mlttoo of the whole but added sev oral Important amendments the most important ono relating to bank tax as sessmont The clause requiring bar bors to pay a license tax was stricken out on motion of It C Simmons of Covington Tho clause requiring sodt fountains and retail dealers In mineral waters to pay an additional license tax for the mineral waters was alec stricken out- Frankfort March 3Frlday was 11 redletter day in the legislature so fat as work was concerned Tho senate passed tho Ward bill repealing the present exemption law and providing In its place a clause providing any property without naming It to the I value of 000 shall be exempt and that only half of a laborers wages shall be subject to attachment for debts for necessaries of life The house bill placing tho school of reforest under control of the prison com mission was taken up and passed Tho Allen bill giving secondclass city authorities supervision over open ing of subdivisions so that the sym metry of tho streets may bo preserved passed Tho Chinn resolution giving 500 to the widow and children of tho ato Dr Hugh Tobin prison physician passed Tho house passed tho bill appropri sting 250000 to help complete tho new state house and the bill appro printing 50000 to establish two state normal schools It also passed the bill making numerous changes In leg islative districts Other bills passed Providing for holding juvenile courts appropriating 50000 for two state normal schools passed unanimously allowing abandoned gas wells to be plugged Riving Circuit Judge Pryor of Louisville another weeks vacation each summer providing for tho drainage of public ditches I War on Slot Machines Newport Ky March 3The au horltlcs hero have renewed a war on slot machines Thoy wore ord rod out some tlmo ago but the order was ponly violated The police have now been instructed to strictly enforce the nayors order I Killed MotherlnLaw Wounded Wife I Somerset Ky March 3oUs Gragg a young railroad man of this city shot nd Instantly killed his motherinlaw Mrs Bowman and probably fatally wounded his wife at their home In I his city Grass was arrested ARE OUT ON BOND Judge James HargIs and Sheriff Ed Callahan Ohange of Venue Jackson Ky March 3Judg1 John L Dorsey appointed by Gov B cfclmm to try the cases of Judge Hargls Sher- Iff Ed Callahan and others charged with complicity In the murder ofJas U Marcum called tho cases Friday afternoon lIe held that as the motion for a change of venuo stood ho would have to ovrrulo it Ho finally granted time to change tho procedure and oft or discussion among the attorneys it was agreed that the commonwealths attorney be allowed to present his amended motion Saturday Because of the unsanitary condition of the tall and Judge Hargls delicate health Judge Dorsey allowed the defendants ball in the sum of 10000 each until Saturday morning G W Sewell A H Hargia and Reuben McQulnn sign ed the bondsI THE DOG TAX LAW Indorsed By the Farmers Institute Which Elects New Officers Frankfort Ky March LThe state Farmers Institute Indorsed ttio noW dog tax law and elected tho following officers President H M Frolunan of Carroll county vice president Mor gan Hughes of Warren county second vice president R K Hart oC Fleming county secretary Clarence Sale of Jefferson county treasurer C M Hanna of Shelby executive committee G N McGraw of Livings ton Hugh Dawson of Logan H C Lovelace of Nelson M F Johnson of Jefferson T T Hornsby of Shelby William Robb of Mason and Cda well Prewltt of Montgomery THE WHOLE DIRECTORY SENT The Man Wanted the Names of the Unsaved In Louisville Ky Louisville Ky March 2 Postmas ter Baer received a letter from a man j at Rutland Vt asking him for a list of the unsaved men and women In j Louisville Ho explained that ha wanted to do missionary work hero I since ho had hoard this is a wicked city Postmaster Baker In order not I to slight any one forwarded a copy of the City Directory containing tho names of 250000 people TO PRODUCE JETT Prison Warden Directed To Take Hint To Cynthlana For Trial Cynthlana Ky March 3Judgo II G Dolls of Owcnton Ky appointed by Coy Bcckham to try the case of Curtis Jolt for alleged killing ofJas Cockrlll directed the warden of tho state prison to produce Jett Saturday morning J Stanley Webster of this place has Iteeh retained by Cockrillfl friends J IBlanton will defend Jctt Judge Dolts Is a former partner of ez Senator Lindsay Moonshiners Killed Hindman Ky March 2FI1rs and Perry Sloane moonshiners were kill i ed here In a desperate fight with rev I cone officers They fortified them selves in a log cabin Malcolm Hollt j day one of the posse received soy oral wounds before his brother forced his way Into the cabin and killed tha moonshine Will Try Curtis Jett Cynth lanD Ky March 2Judge S t G Botts of Owenton Ky has boonIappointed by Gov Bcckham to try the case against Curtis Jett charged WJUlItho murder of James Cockrlll J Webster will assist tho commonwealth attorney and Jett will be defended by J I Blanton Lyne To Ride Lotus Eater I Lexington Ky March 2JockOY- i Lucien Lyne who has been spending tho winter at the Larchmont stud ot his father S a Lynb in this county will havo his first mount of tho year on Lotus Eater In tho Derby at thlIFair Grounds New Orleans on St Pat- nicks day A Fated Kentucky Family Owonsboro Ky March 2Durtng the past week four members of the family of Jesse Tucker this county havo died of black pneumonia The first died at Adairvllle Logan county Shortly after seven members of the family were stricken and four have died The Sewer BIII Passed Frankfort Ky March aTho senate on motion of Senator Allen receded from Its amendments to the two house bills providing for construe Molt of sowers and streets In second class cities and tho bills passed as they came from the house For a Racing Commission Frankfort Ky March 3 Bonator Chinn Introduced a new bill creating a state racing commission of five mem bers to bo appointed by tho governor Tho commission to practically have control of racing meetings in this state Freight Handlers Get Increase Covington Ky March 3Thofr- eight handlers at the L it N depot wero given an Increase of 10 cents in their wages Until a few days ago they were getting 135 a day and they asked for an Increase of 15 coats + ip I II 1111 II I I I I 1111 II I 1111 I I I I II I II I I II I Eastern Kentucky News Ho cotm poadeaot piUUbed asks signed la toll by the writer The lumt U act for pattlwtioi bat at u evidence of good filth Writ plainly lit III Ii 111111111111111 I I II11I1I I II I III I 1II1I1I1 o MADISON COUNTY WAILACETOX March 5N J Ogg who has been quite sick for some time is slowly Improving G A returned from with a nice little bunch of cattle George Tis dale Sr and family Visited hw son Walter of Hickory Plains last Sat urday and stayed over till Monday R H Soper and family and Mrs Ebb Brockman visited G B Gab bard Sunday Ebb Brockman and daughter Mary made a flying visit t Big Hill SundayJames Kirby an I sister Jennie who have been sick with measles ate out againMrs Kato Rich who has been visiting her mother Mrs David McColum has returned to her home at Clay City G B Gabbard visited his cousin M J Gabbard at Berea last Thursday nightFelix Eatridge came in fro the moutains last Sunday with a bi bunch of cattle Bert Guinn left fo Illinois Wednesday where he expects to work this summerJohn Pen nington and family left for Louis verb lywhere Mr Pennington expects to engage in the tobacco bus inessWo are having snowy rainy windy weather now which has stopped the farmers from plowing I guess we will have to wait till windy rainy March is goneMrs David McColum visited her daughter Mrs Alice Hoskins of Borea last week DREYFUS March 6David Hudson Albert Powell and Curt Baker of Kerby Knob passed through here Sunday on their way to RichmondRobert Hudson and wife and daughter of Million have been visiting Mrs Ann Hudson recently Mrs May Laine wee the guest of her parents Mr and Mm George Young Thursday Mrs Bottle Hudson visited her sister Mrs Nelly Ogg Sunday of last weekMrs Ellen Powelland Fannie Sparks spent Saturday even iug with Mrs Alice NickisonJohn Kerby and wife of Clover Bottom stayed over night with Doe Todd and family SaturdayMr Zadie is on the sick list this weekSeveral from this vicinity attended court at Richmond Monday Miss Pearl Lain was the guest of Mrs Curt Benge Saturday nightWillie RobinsonI who is attending school visited home folks Saturday and Sunday James Young postmaster of Dreyfus Jeft about two weeks ago for parts unknown His neighbors think he has gone to the Soldiersi HomeMrs Phant been ill for some time with the grip Aleck Holland purchased a housec and lot in Bear Wallow of Brewer our machine agent Harnie Johnson one of our merchants made a business trip to Richmond last weekIROCKCASTLE COUNTY UI8PUTANTA March 5Hayes Smith sold his farm to H E Gadd for 200MiD8I Mattie McGuire of spent Saturday night with her aunt MreO M PayneRevJF Phelps of Cartersville filled his regular appointment at Macedonia Saturday and Sunday Mrs Amanda widow of John Penuington decease died at her home on Saturday Her remains were laid to rest at tho old Climax grave yard Miss Ellen Wild of Clover Bottom passed thro here on her way to Scaffold Cane last weekThere was preaching at Clear SundaySquireG Richmond Monday for saleMra- nd Mrs Thomas Gadd of Berea have been visiting Mr and Mrs Wm Gadd of this placeMrs AT Abney is very sick at this writing 0 M Payne is very sick with grippe placeisweekWe have just receivedword of toe death of our jailor L L JarrettW E Drew Wm Seals and Jack Drew will leave March 0 expecttoSingleton of Goochland passed thro here on his war to BereaAnnie and Mattin McGuire of Rockford grandmaMrs UOOSE March GNext Saturday end Sunday is our regular meeting at Fair view church Every one attend Died March 1 the little baby of Tom Van Winkle It was buried in Fairviow grave yardJ C Arnold and family of this place are going to move to Illinois We are sorry to lose so good a neighbor andcitizen Wm Kerbey has quit working on the railroad and moved back to his old homeM M Simes of this place has been visiting Mr and Mrs Bea Gay of Lowell The sheriff Ran here last week and served war rants on some of the boys We hope to have better times here in tho fu lureGt1L Wren has about finished building himself a large barnMrs- d Mat Coyle who has been iu Berea this winter is at home for a few days Lee Wren has bought him a fine horso Mrs Mat Northon is very sick and not expected to live long J B Coyle went to Borea on busi ness last Saturday People are get ting behind with their farm work Still we have had a good winter COUNTYdMarch tTho school at this place is progressing nicely under the management of J G Durham The attendance is goodLeo Combs is preparing for farming I guess this snow will mar his progressJ G Durham and his school celebrated KellygtimeSidneyI ton 0 and has entered school here He will enter Berea College at the beginning of the spring termE- E Durham who is attending school at this place went home Friday but returned Saturday for schoolagain Mr and Mrs G B Isaacs visited Sidney Lake Sunday Miss Lucy Isaacs visited Mrs Maupin FridayI afternoon Hiram Maupin ily are visiting Tom McQueen at thisI writingJos Dunsil Ed DebbyWilsonare among the pupils from a distance who attend school at this place this winter Irvine C Wagers willsoon finish their long siege of logging at this placeRev J S Ward has sold his property here and gone to Hamilton OJack Woods has been deal lug in fur this winter and says there is not much to be made in the fu- rtradeJ G Durham and a number of his pupils visited tho home of C L Fowler last Saturday night On Sunday morning a party of twelve went on a high mountain near Mr fowlers home from which they could the whole country for many miles around DOUBLE LICK Feb 2SAt this writing it is very coldand this is the largest snow that we have had this winter Mr preachingGrove He preaches interesting serc monsF C Jones and Wm Sparks took dinner with L B MartinIHenry Martin died on was buried at Pleasant Hill on the State road He Was nearly 70 years of age and was the father of 14 children and the grandfather of 60 and greatgrandfather of 3 chil dren James Roe and wife have gone to Louisville KyJ on a visit Corn in this locality is 50 cents a mshel Walker Reynolds salesman for J Zinsmeister fc Bro has been hustling around with the merchants for the past few days Walker is a sly old foxSquire Hammond has hada few of the boys up iu his court for banding together to have some fun The Squire taught them that it was not a wholesome sport for hem General Martin is a frequent visitor at Uncle Joel Lakes Lookout Uncle JoelHard Malicoat has moved into his new house Mrs Margaret Smith visited har sister SundayThehas been sick for a time is some better The tiemakers are laughing in their sleeves they say they can a dollar a day But the roads makeJ bad that the tiehaulers are down in the mouthJ D Brockman is an expert constable When he gets a writ for the boys he gets them out j of their warm beds andmarches I thorn off to the Squire Albert Powell has been deputy sheriff in our locality for the last few days attending to some legal business ALCOUX- March 5Quite a number of our citizens attended court at McKee last county court day Willie Parsons recentlytoHope he will soon regain his former good health John Parsons and Harvey Ramsey of Lancaster who have been visiting relatives here and at Drip Rock returned home Tues dayD N Welch of Berea was 011Speedwell paying him 150 for itRov J W Parsons filled his regular appoint meat at Drip Rock Saturday Sundayand also at Davis church Harvey Parsons of Marksbury who has been here and at Rock two or three days willreturn home to- dayMrs I Elizabeth Fry who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Ellen Murphy returns to her home iiHhart narrowly escaped being killed Saturday His horse took fright and threw him and his foot catching in the stirrup he was dragged consid arable distance but luckily escaped with few injuries OWSLEY COUNTY MAJOR March 6There is a good tide iu the Kentucky river The log men are rejoicingFarmers aro beginning to break ground for cornJSRowland our hustling merchant is doing good business at Major Wo aro soon to have a now blacksmith shop hero Ed Wilson is to be tho foreman There was an incident o unusual interest last Sunday after noon on Buck creek Tho cow bell baud that had so long boon out of service on account of there having been no weddings in Owsloy lately was called upon to serenade Mr Thomas Kincaid and Mrs Josephine Judd widow of tho late Daniel Judd who were united in matrimony Ma they have a long and peaceful life Miss Cora Seale has come homo from Berea whore she has been attending school The Major correspondent is again at homo and willresume his pen Any one having a bit of news that is of general interest will be doing a favor by leaving it at the oTce + Old Aunt Martha Bollof Buck Creek died Feb 25 and was buried the 20th at tho old family burying ground At tho time of her death she was 73 years 1 monthand I day old She was born in Leo county Virginia but moved to Ken tucky with her husband M C Bell who died two years ago She was a Christian and a member of the M E Church for fifty years She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss ILLINOIS NEWS AUCOLA To the Kditor of The Citlico It was the 7th of February and I stood at my window watching the passers by when I saw a tall man coming toward my house His Mow tiredsteps attracted my attention as it is not a common thing to see a footman here as it is about Berea As the stranger approached I met him at the door and to my surprise it was a Mr Martin from Jackson county Kentucky who was soon to be u neighbor Ho said As you once were a student at Boron would you not like to take the Citizen Y I at once replied Yes and I have greatly enjoyed its visits In par ticular I thank God for the privilege of reading Brother Hubbards ser mon I hope to be blessed with the privilege of reading many of them hereafter As I read that sermon I felt sure that old Paul and Silas wore but that there aro other Pauls andSilases still alive Some have passed away and some have not finished their work It is better to be a Paul or a Silas than to be President of tho United States Oh that there may be many at Berea who willsay as Saul did Lordwhat wilt thou have me to do As my health is not good I cannot get out to church in winter and a sermon to read on the Sabbath is whutl most desire I am very thank ful for the Citizen When a student at Berea I was known as Mary S Williams I see many names in the paper of those I would like to shake hands with My love to all Mary S Hickoy One Bottleof welltSyrup Pepilnused as directed will you imI InespressI ble tortures occasionedby l patlon andI ant Ills Continuo the use of this wonderful remedy for a time It will soon set your system right when an occasional doso o ices yoUr Internal organism In the very pink ofconditionWell youre well all over Dr CaldwellsLaxa- tlutSyrup Pepsin b the best preparation obtainable for arisingfromorgansIt and surely on the cause of the trouble and Its beneficial effects perceptibleI cases Syrup Pep a dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will bo refunded If It does not benefit you I Your postal card neat will brintr by return- plan our new booklet Dr CJdw1V Book en and free ample to those who ban MVr tried tbli wonderful remedy Writ today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mofltlotllo Illlaol For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY I t News in Kentucky 1 CENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY- The Senate Adopted Col Chlnna Bill For a Racing Commission Frankfort March 7The senate Idopted Col Jack Chinas bill profiti ng for a state racing commission to Control the tracks It received 32 robe to 4 against Four amendments were added to tho bill before passage is follows Extend term of commie iloncrs from two to tour years revok ing only for cause license permit ape peal to the courts to exclude trotting tracks and to prevent commission from limiting racing on any track to accordplace Investigate the loss of his antl pool room bill the speaker of the house appointed Representatives Simmons George Wllion of Union and Chas Dawson of Logan as the InTotlgat tag committee The houso adopted without dissent bill No 372 by Mr Bourne changing Twelfthysuthorizlng the appointment of special ludges In regular districts allowing appointment In one county while tho regular court Is being hold In another county passed by a vote of 61 to 3 The motion to reconsider the libel retraction bill was tabled after a hard fight by a majority of five The bill proposing that domestic life Insurance companies be required to keep on de posit with the slate treasurer securi ties of the value Of the policies out standing was adopted HURT IN A RUNAWAY A Wagon Crashed Into a Runabout Near Coldsprlng Ky Coldspring Ky March 7A two horse team driven by John Welsenar of Alexandria and attached to a heavy wagon ran away hero while Weisone was In a store and after running a half mile collided with n runabout In which Harry Dunning of Newport and George Oresham of Ft Thomas wont riding Dunning and Orcshnm were hurled out of the vehicle and Dunning was badly hurt It being feared that he Is Internally injured Oresham es caped unhurt The runabout was de molished Dunning was taken to his home In Newport TWO SHOT IN A DUEL Horsemen Returning From Court En gage In a Pistol Fight Richmond Ky March 7At Rog oravlllo a large crowd of horsemen from Jackson and Clay counties en route homo from attending court en gated in a pistol duel A hundred shots were fled Chas Crawford of Jackson county was shot through and through and will die Sam Fortune of Clay county was shot through both legs and his horse was kUle4I Covington Annexation Bill Frankfort Ky March 7 Represen tative Simons of Covlngton made a strenuous effort In tho house to secure reconsideration of the Covlngton an noxatlon bill lie was opposed by Rep resentatives McLean and Arnett and they secured tho approval of the mess ure as adopted by tho senate Curfew Law a Dead Letter Newport Ky March 7 Although the Curfew law has been In force hardly a month It Is already pracU cally a dead letter There have as yet been no arrests of minors under Its provisions although children under 15 years of age are to be found on the streets after 9 p m Paynter Gives a Banquet Frankfort Ky March 7Judgo Thomas II Paynier the newly elected United States senator gave a reception and banquet to the legislature at the Capitol hotel Judge hoary S Barker of the court of appeals acted All toast master and over 200 guests were present I Drowned Herself In the Creek Sholbyvllle Ky March 7Atter attempting to hang herself from a bridge which was thwarted by the breaking of a rope Mrs Cynthia Sktl ton a highly respected lady of this city drowned herself 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