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BEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Miniftr Knlrrtil at Ihl Potteflct at Bata Kj at tttmd dan man t- wIIIIIIIIHIIII VOL VII Five Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 12 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 43 I = m Whet Uoci It Matter ll initttn little where 1 was born poorWhether worldi scorn Or walked In the pride of wealth ucwt out whether I live on honest nun And hold my Integrity flrra In my clutch I tell you orother as plain as ran It mallen ijHCkl It stayInoreWhether In youth I ana away- Or live till tnr bone of flesh ire bite But whether 1 do the best I caa To aoflen the weight of adversity touch On the faded cheek of my fellow man It matter much It lravrIfpurling brook ueath stormy waveaye t matter little or we nOllfhtlOBut whether the come down And marks brow with a loving touch Aa one that hal wear the victor crown ILmalter much IN OUR OWN COUNTRY VirglnlnLuleant so bo says In a speech on the rate bill last Friday ho declared that bin interest on tho side of the shipper ia ten times greater than on the aide of the railways His do claration seems too much like that of the condemned murderer that it Is well with hid soul to warrant much confidence It would bo a good thing for Elklns if bo could udle in the faith at least as a legislator Au attack is to be roado upon the legality of the present Legislature of Ohio by the National Association of Liquor Dealers in an attempt to over throw the temperance legislation en acted during the tension just closed The cave will involve holders of office is every county In tho state even raising a question as to tbo validity of the administration Governor Pat tiaon This attempt will bo watched with interest The lynching of Edward Johnston at Chattanooga while his false was uuder consideration by the United Stake Supremo Court and the con fteuuunt entanglement of tboao who did the lynching in the meshes of the federal law leas brought out some lively comment on the part of newspapers in the South This com moat hoe succeeded only in uncovering tbo inability of the commentors to see anything contrary to their In horenl prejudices It is not claimed that there was any likelihood of Johnsons escaping the just penalty of Mil crime except on tho part of the Chattanooga News It is claim od unly that the appeal of Johnson counsel to tho Federal courts reviv ed the mob spirit and resulted in tbo lynching The mob spirit be very near the surface down the It it cannot await the action of tho duly stablished courts If every resource had boon exhausted to properly punish the criminal and he was about to escape there might bo some excuso for the lynchen As it waa there was none and their action was murder pure and simple The offencn of the victim had nothing to do with the offence of those who did him to death without waiting for the law to exact the penalty provided FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho labor party in England is congratulating itself on the number of luborista in Parliament But Sir Henry SoatouKarr sees nothing for tho laboring man in this representa tion The increased number of labor representatives is due ho says to the purely clam appeal that was made the election and be sees no possibility of tho hopes raised by tho election promises of the laborist can didates l1ed Further more he calls attention to the fact that those labor representatives in Parliament are wholly unlearned in statecraft and political economy and that their IdeM en what should bo done are like those of many of the populists whom the excitement of ten years ago thrust into power iu this country It is reported by Consul Hollis of Louronro Marques that the now African oil Holds of Inhombana ar being steadily exploited and tha largo BUll paying quantities of oil will develop there Oil in quantities in South Africa will cut into the in Companybutto Its natural level in this country enough more of it will be used hero to take up any excess that may now Competitionwhich machinations of the Standard so farr will soon bring down tho price here Mr Ohnrlen H Pepper United RailwayCommltllJloner April Scribners that the project of a PanAmerican railway is not onl possible but probable and is the di rect corollary to the Monroe Doctrine Ho says that every Central and South American country has now a definite policy of aiding rail wpy construction as an integral par- ilf the Pan Amdtican system and that some of them as in tho case o Peru and Bolivia have enacted special legislation THE CITIZEN SCENES OF AGONY I Mt Oliveto Market Falls Killing 12 and Injuring More Than a Hundred WEAKENED BY SAND AND CINDERS Vesuvius Activity Appeared Dimin lilted Hut Ir6 cctof Immediate I Iteller for Vlllagei has Faded Torre del Greco Has Been Practically Deserted and It In SemiDark nest Except For Flashes Lightning Naples April 11The volcano it re mining activity especially at Cercola Time itream of lava which started anew lu the direction of Torre Aunun tlata reached the cemetery of that town and then turned toward Pom pill Naples April II Weakened by the weight of sand and cinders from ML Vesuvius the ML Oliveto market which covered a plot of ground 600 feet square fell upon 200 or more per sons of which 12 were killed two more tally InuJrod 24 dangerously and 100 lees seriously Injured Several of the dead worn crushed and mantled beyond recognition The scenes In the vicinity of the ruins were agonizing relatives of the victims clamoring to be allowed to go to their dead or dy- Ing Only by tho firm Intervention of the police and carbineers wag It pos ilble to keep the crowd from overwhelming rescuers While early in tho day tho volcanic activity ot ML Vesuvius appeared to have diminished as night approached the prospect of Immediate relief faded and tho fate of tha village and towns grouped around the volcano seemed moro hopeless Even with the sun ahlnlng tho light was a dim yellow In the midst of which the few people who remained In the stricken townfi their clothing hair and boards covered with settee moved about In the desolation like gray ghosts Torre del Greco Deserted The case of Tore dol Greco Is typl cal For 30 hours tho place has boon practically deserted but In a semi darkness Illuminated from time to time by vivid flashes of lightning a few of the Inhabitants go about hun withasmoke and Just seemingly unable to tear themselves away from the ruins of what BO recently were their homes tramwayrenunslata Is Impossible owing to the cinder sand and tilt deposits Rail way travel to and from Naples Is much hampered by tho same conditions and a collision resulted In the Injury of about 13 passengers Telegraph com munication with the towns farthest In the dancer zone also Is Interrupted The sow of lava from tho volcano which had almost ceased during the night commenced early In the morn log and the fall of volcanic ejects lathe Vcsuvlan communes has been enormous It Is feared that the weight of ashes on roofs will cause the col lapse of many more buildings King Victor Emmanuel and Queon Helena hero forwarded to Premier Bonnlno 20000 to be applied toward the relief of the sufferers The prefect baa removed the mayor of San Uulseppa because In the face of danger ho loft his village without Informing his superiors Comforting the People Cardinal Prlsco archbishop of Naples visited the people wounded by tho fall of the ML Ollveto market and brought to them the benediction of the pope The Duchos of Aosta spent tho day at the hospital comforting the be reaved and assisting the Injured As the duchess bent over the cot of a child who was bruised and battered she felt a kiss Imprinted on her hand Looking down tho ducbsss saw a wo man kneeling at her feet who saldj Your excellency she pointing to the suffering child is all I have May God reward you The troops are utilizing the railway carriages as camp hospitals Tho Red hoet I pital In Tho number of dead taken from tho church at San Gulseppe which col lapacd is 26 There wore 79 severely Injured The Relief Train Was Wrecked Cumberland Md April 11A spe clad train sent out over the West Vir ginia Central railroad to rollove a train that was held behind a landslide met with an accident The engine of the relief train going over an embank mont and killing tho engineer and fireman King EdwardSympathizes Messina Island of Sclly April 11 King Edward who Is hero on board Albertyhas t manuel his profound regret at the vol i canlc disaster and sympathy with the sufferers King and Queen Return to Rome Rome April 11Klng Victor Em manuel and Queen Helena returned everyfactivity la behalf of the sufferers from the rupUog ot VesuTjiu ANTHRACITE MEN They Declined the Proposition to Have the Conciliatory Board Arbitrate Grievances To orleuneeaj1Wau operators at their conference with the mine workers here declined the propo sition to have the conciliation board arbitrate all grievances submitted by the wage workers They made a coun ted proposition that the commission appointed by President Roosevelt In 1902 be requeatnd to decide whether any changes In conditions In the hard cod region have occurred which re quite that the award of the commis lion sisal be modified The mine own ers limit the Inquiry to two grievances wages and a method for the adJust- ment bf complaints The miners have taken the proposal under considera tlon and may give the operators an an ewer Thursday when another confer ence will bo held In connection with the conference George F near chairman of the Mlno Owners subcommittee made public a letter from tho Independent operators In which they give their views on the situation and express their firm con viction that any Agreement to arbl trato wllh the United Mine Workers will be an unjustifiable surrender to anarchy and mob violence Letter Came As a Surprise Tho letter came ala a great surprise to the miner and did not tend to bring the contending parties closer together Although both parties are now comltted to arbitration they are still far apart But confidence Is expressed that a peaceful settlement will be brought about There Is every Indication that the counter arbitration will not be accepted by the miners as presented although they view with favor the operators seleclon of the anthra cite strike commission The old tribu nal will be accepted by President Mitchell If he can Induce the coal companies to widen the scope of the Inquiry The endeavors of tho operator to eliminate all except two of the miners grievances was a keen dlsaiVj polotment to time men and If their at tltude can be taken as an Indication of their action they will fight hard to have some of their other demands taken UP such as an eighthour day and the weighing of coal and the check oft If the scale committee can not come to an agreement with tho operators It Is not unlikely that a conven Hon of miners will ho called to further Instruct the committee LAZY BUG DISEASE Qov Wlhthrop Says It la Fast Dlsap pearing In Porto Rico Washington April 11oov Win throp of Porto Rico continued his defense of tho administration of that Is land beforo the house committee on Insular affairs Gov Winthrop said the lazy bug disease Is fast disappearing from the Island that this dis ease was caused by a parasite which first attached Itself to the body through the feet and then worked to tho intestines The remedy ho said Is to wear shoes which are coming Into general use Tho governor was deoldedly in favor of granting United States citizenship to the inhabitants of tho Island RESUMED FULL TIME Employes Were Working Short Time On Account of Coal Strike Philadelphia April ItTho Penn sylvania railroad officials issued or Jers placing the 10000 maintenance of way employes between this city and Plttsburg on full time They have been working but 25 hours a week mince April 2 The reason given for tho return to the old hours Is that there Is little danger of a general coal itrlke It is said that the output of he bituminous mines now amounts to about 90 per cent of the normal prod lack Manufacturing Plant Burns Chicago April 11Tito plant of tho Qeogre W Pltkin Paint Manufacturing Co at Fulton and Carpenter streets was destroyed by fire Nine families xcupylng frame buildings adjoining the paint plant were driven from home by the names A series of explo ilons made difficult tho work of tho firemen Tho loss Is estimated at 00000 Mill Workers To Demand Increase New Dedford Mass April 11At a meeting of the textile council It was voted to recommend that the different unions ask for an advance of wages In the cotton mills of this city Tho unions will be asked to name tho amount desired There are 12000 employed In tho local cloth mills Order Employes Back to Work Wheeling W Va April 11 Notices lave been posted by the Glen Easton oal Co ordering the employes back to work under penalty of eviction from ike company houses aid premises TOWBOAT H M HOXIE BLEW UP TEN PERSONS INJURED TWO OF WHOM WILL PROBABLY DIE Water In Boilers Run Low and Captain Gave Orders To Replenish Them and Explosion Followed Parkcraburg W Vtt April 9John Moran a white deck hand is missing and supposed to be dead Joe Wheeler and Ed McCunnlgan white dack hands are fatally Injured John Gancy a deck hand Is seriously In jured and may not recover The latter three are In 8t Johns hospital un dir treatment for their Injuries which were received In a boiler explosion on time towboat Hoxle near Portland GO miles south of here early Sunday upilJl a barges The water In the boilers had run low and Capt Jarfles A Wood ward of Charleston had given orders to have the water replenished when sudenly there was at terrific explosion and one whole side of the boat was blown out Aside from those mentioned no one was seriously Injured except one man who was taken to his homo near the scene of the explosion and whose name could not be learned He was not dangerously Injured The boat which belonged to the Monon gahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Co of Plttsburg sank after the explosion Had the force of the ex plosion been upward Instead of sideways all on board would have been killed FIREMAN GOT SCARED Causes Disastrous Freight Wreck and Three Men Were Cremated v Piedmont W Va April 9In the Baltimore Ohio yard in Keyser W Va two engines collided One was run by a fireman who got scared threw the reverse bar let the throttl open rend jumped off The engine ran wild at a tearful spotd and crashed Into a string of cabooses in which eight or more second division men were sleeping crushing them aglnst a string of loaded steel coal cars some landing on top The wreck caught on fire and three men were cremated while two others were seriously Injured Several others were badly hurt and burned SUSPECTED PLAGUE CASE Bombay Passenger Detained at Quarantine Until Investigation Is Made Washington April 9V Dr John F Anderson of the public health and marine hospital service who was sent to Reedy Island to Investigate a cue of supposed bubonic plague returned to Washington lie was unable to an pounce a decision but Surgeon Oen Wyman says the Indications are very strong that the case Is bubonic plague Dr Anderson will continue his Inves tigation In laboratories here The man under suspicion arrived at Reedy Island on a British slip from Bombay on which there were two deaths AN AFRICAN PRINCE Winner of the Columbia Universitys Highest Oratorical Honors Now York April G Columbia uni versitys highest oratorical honors went this year to a full blooded Afri can prince who won the annual con test for the George William Curtis medal Prince Pka Isaka Some is the name of the winner and he Is a son of the line of chiefs that ruled Zulu laud up to the time the English gained control Ho Is member of the class of 1900 and Is specializing In economics The subject of his oration was The regeneration of Africa Depend on Outside Help Washington April 10The latest official cable report received by the American Red Cross from Japan states that the number of people who have to depend upon outside help Is over 300000 Of this number more than 130000 require a supply ot food and tho rest are given work and are earning their own livelihood Health Officials Dead From Pneumonia St Louis April 7Dr C A Snod gross health commissioner of St Louis died from pneumonia A week ago he completed a paper on the cause end treatment of pneumonia which he was to read before a society ot physi clans and half an hour later pneumon la developed Jury Disagrees In PaytonWrlght Case Fairmont W Va April STho Jury after being out 54 hours In the Payton Wright murder case failed for the sea and time to agree upon a verdict and the Jury was discharged She will not be tried again unless some new evl fence can be secured Three Deaths From Typhoid FeerI Plttsburg April 9Throo deaths were reported in Plttsburg epidemic ot typhoid fever Sunday There was no official reports of cases but from what was gathered from a number of phS sicians more than a hundred cases have broken out In the past 24 hours Woman Acquitted of Murder Columbia S C April 5 Without leaving their seats a Jury acquitted Mrs Ella Bivcns wife of State Sena tor Dlvcns ot the charge of killing George Holton Mrs Btvens told tho Jurors IlolUm had grossly Insulted her r J It 11111 J JvM 11111111 II n A Family Newspaper Eight Pages I 11 J J 1 I I I J I I I J I I I I I II I I I uaitt Come 1banbgiOnce a week or once a month lay aside a certain portion of your income Deposit this in some good bankours if you like But dont neglect to SAVE This money will come handy to you some day indeed it will I ur Directors J Burdette J J Moore- J W Diasmore J W Herndon J E Johhsoi E T Fish P Cornelius W H Porter Capital 25000 H Interest on time Deposits I3et4tea 3anhin g to AT WELCHS Day in and day out you will find better prices and more dependable merchandise at our store than at any other place in Madison county We have the largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash no time or discount consisting of Dry Goods Shoes Hats ware Groceries Field Seeds and the cheapest DrugStore on eartha Druggist in charge BO that one Doctor never gets to fill another Doctors prescriptions Some of the Prices Obelisk Flour 00 Gold Medal Flour i 55 Meal 25 Dry Salt Meat 08 and 09 Lenox Soap 03 or 2 for 05 Clairett Soap 05or3for10 Ivory Soap 05 or 0 for 25 Sugar brown 04 Sugar granulated 05 Studebaker Wagons and Oliver Plows and it looks like i everybody trades a- tVIE LCH S odooo ARE YOU COMING TO THE o I Little HardTimes Store I t 0- o t o- o o o I To buy your Groceries Shoes Clothing o iFced Stuffs Locust Posts Shingles American Wire Fence Plows Hose Hames Chains a iOsborne Machinery and all the good things that x I have for YOUj o xro 3Xx o 0a r Jro I as 0 Phone 40 o 0DIIo1to I tatlolloilo OOMOOOOO taNa ltobtolto o lgiIOlI C Under the Red Robe Ey STANLEY J WEYMA- NIOoegrigbtWerbr84hIeyJWm a CHAPTER VI CONTIMUKD Tho Innkecjxjr was not far behind him An Instant and he was down too peering at the thing and for an instant I thought that they would fight over it Howover though their Jeal ousy was evident their excitement cooled a little when they discovered that the scrap of stuff was empty for fortunately the pebble had fallen out of it SUIT it threw them into such a fever of eagerness as it was wonderful to witness They nosed the cround where it had lain they plucked up the grass and turf and passed it through their fingers they ran to and fro like dogs on a trail and glancing askance at one another came back til ways together to they point ot departure Neither In his Jealousy would suf fer the other to be there alone The shockheaded man and I sat our horses and looked on he marvelling and I pretending to marvel As the two searched up and down the path we moved a little out of it to give them space and presently when all their heads were turned from me I let a second morsel drop under a gorse bush The shockheaded man byandbyc found this and gave it to Clon and as from the drum stances of the firatdlseoVerjr no sus picion attached to me I ventured to find the third and last scrap myself I did not pick 1 up butt called the Inn keeper and he pounced on It as I have seen a hawk pounce on a chicken They hunted tor the fourth morsel but of course In vain and In the end they desisted and fitted the three they bad together but neither would let his own portion out of his hands and each looked at the other across the spoil with eyes of suspicion It wu strange to see them In that wide stretching valley whence gray boar backs of hills swelled up Into the si lence of the snowIt was strange I say In that vast solitude to see these two mero dots on its bosom circling round one another in fierce forgetful ness of the outsider world glarlngand shlfUng their ground like cocks about to engage and wholly engrossed by throe scraps of orangecolor Invisible at 50 paces At last the innkeeper cried with an oath I am gainer back This must be known dowtfyondJsr Give me your pieces man and do you go with Antoine It will be all right But Clon waving a scrap in either hand and thrusting his ghastly mask Into the others face shook his head In passionate denial lie could not speak but ho made it clear that If any one went back with the news he was the man to go- Nonsense the landlord retorted fiercely We cannot leave Antoine to- go alone with him Give me the stuff 3ut Clou would not He bad no thought of resigning the credit of the discovery and I began to think that the two would really come to blows But there was an alternative and first one and then the other looked at melt was a moment of peril and I knew It My strategem might react on my self and the two to put an end to this difficulty agree to put an end to me But I faced them so coolly and showed sd bold a front and the ground Was to open that the ilea took no root They felt to wrangling main more viciously than before Grid tapped his gun and the other hlsipl tots To landlord scolded the dumb maifgur gled At last their difference ended as I had hoped It would sk + Very well then we will both go bark tho innkeeper cried In a rage And Antoine must see him on But the blame be on your head Do you give the lad your pistols Clon took one pistol and gave it to the shockheaded man The other the innkeeper said im patientlys i But Clon shook his head with a grim smile and pointed lO the1 arqua buss a sudden movement the land lordsnatcbed the pistol and averted dons vengeance by placing both It fond tho gun in the shockheaded mans hands There he said addressing the latter now can you do If mon sieur tries to escape or turn back shoot him But four hours riding should bring you to the Roca Blanca You will find the mon there and will ave no more to do with It Anfolno did not see things quite In that light however lIe looked at me and then at the wild track In front of ns and he muttered an oath and said he would die the would But the land lord who was In a frenzy of im patience drew aside and talked to him and In the end seemed to persuade him for In a few minutes the matter was settled Antclne came back and said sullenly Forward Monsieur the two others stood on one side t shrugged my shoulders and kicked up my horse and In a twlnkflngiwc two were riding routogetherran to man I turned Jonce or twfeoIo see what horo we had left behind were doing and always found them stand iqu parent debate but my guard showed so much Jealously of these movements tout I presently shrugged my shouldtri tain and desisted J I had racked my brains to bring about this state of things But strange to say now I had succeeded I found it less satisfactory than I had hoped I had reduced the odds and got rid ot my moat dangerous antagonists but Antoine left to himself proved to bo as full ot suspicion as an egg of mett He rode ft little behind mo with his gun across his saddlebow and a pistol near his hand and at the slightest pause on my part or If I turned to look at him ho muttered his Mnstant Forward Monsieur In a tone that warned me that his finger WitS on the trigger At such a distance he could not miss and I saw nothing for It but to go on meekly before him to the Koca Blanca and my fate What was to be done Tho road presently reached the end of the valley and entered a narrow pineclad defile strewn with rocks and bordcrs over which the torrent plunged and eddied with a deafening roar In front the white gleam of waterfalls broke the sombre ranks of climbing trunks The snowline lay less than half a mile away on either hand and crowning allat the end of the pass as It seemed to the eye roso the pure white pillar ot the VIe du Midi shooting up 6000 feet Into the blue of heaven Such n scene so suddenly disclosed was enough to drive tho sense of danger from my mind and for ti moment I reined In my horse But Forward Monsieur came the grating order I fell to earth again and went on What was to be done I w1li At my wits end to know The man refused to talk refused to ride abreast ot me would have no dismount fag no halting no communication at all Ho would have npthlng but this silent lonely procession of two with the muzzle of his gun at my back And meanwhile wo were fast climbing the pass Wo had left the others tin hour nearly two The sun was de dining the time I supposed about halfpast three If he would only let me come within touch of him Or It anything would fAil fiat to take his attention Whe FORWARD MONSIEUR the pass presently widened Into a bare and dreary valley strewn with huge boulders and with snow lying here and there in the hollows I looked desper ately before me and scanned even the vast snowfields that overhung us and stretched away to the base of the Ice peak Buts saw nothing No bear swung across Ibe path no Izanl showed Itself on the cliffs The keen sharp air cut our cheeks and warned me that we were approaching the sum mit of the ridge On all sides wore silence and desolation Mon Dleu And the ruffians on whose mercies I was to be thrown might como to meet us They might appear at any moment In my de spair I loosened my hat on my head and let tho first gust carry lttothu ground and then with an oath ot annoyance tossed my feet loose to go after it But the rascal roared tome to keep my seat Forward Monsieur he shouted n imhTIl I cried Mllle ton merfcSfmanf Ilnusl Forward I shoot h r P1too l Monsieuror hr gun OnotlO And I went on But oh j was wrathful That I Oil de Berault should be outwftted and led by the nose like a ringed bull by this Gascon lout That I whom all Paris know and feared if it did not love mothe terror of Zatons should come to my end in Otis dismal waste of snow and rockdprfe to death by some pitiful smuggler or thief It must not bel Surely in the last resort I could give an account of one man though his belt were stuffed with pistols But how Only It seemed by open force My heart began to flutter as I planned It and then grow steady again A hundred paces before us a gully or ravine on the left inn up Into the snowfield Opposite its mouth a Jumble of stones and broken rooks covered the path I marked this for the place The knave would need both his hands to bold up his nag over the stones and If I turned on him sud denly enough he might either drop his gun or fire It harmlessly But In the meantime something hap pened as at the last moment things do happen While we were still CO yards short of the place I found hIs horses nose creeping forward on a dev el with my crupper and still advanc inguntll I could see It out ot the tall ot my eye and my heart gave a great bound lie was earning abreast of me he was going to deliver himself Into my hands To cover my excitement I began to whittle Hush ho muttered fiercely his volco sounding strange and unnatural My fl t thought was that he was 111 and I turned to hum But he only said again Hushl Pass by here quiet lr Monsieur Wh1r I asked mutinously curios ity totting the better of me For had I been wise I had taken no notice every second his horse was coming up with mlno Its nose was level with my stirrup already Hush man ho said again This tlmo there was no mistake about the panic In his voice They call this the Devils Chapel God tend us safe b- It It is late to bo here Look at those ho continued pointing with a finger which visibly shook- I looked At tho mouth of the gul ly In a small space partly cleared of stones stood three broken shafts raised on rude pedestals Well I said In a low voice The sun which was near setting flushed the great peak above to the color ot blood but the valley was growing gray ant each moment more dreary Well what of those I said In spite of my peril and the excitement of the coming strugglo I felt tho chill of his fear Never had I seen so grim so desolate so Godforsaken a place Involuntari ly I shivered They wero crosses he muttered in a voice little above a whisper while his eyes roved this way and that In terror The Cure do Gabas blessed tho place and set them up But next morning they were as you see itsm- now Como on Monsieur como on ho continued plucking at my arm It Is not safe hero after sunset Pray God Satan be not at home Ho had completely forgotten in his panic that he had anything to fear from me His gun dropped loosely across his saddle his leg rubbed mine I saw this and I changed my plan of action As our horses reached the stones I stooped as If to encourage mine and by a sudden clutch snatched the gun bodily from his hand at the same time I backed roy horse with all my strength It was done in a mo ment A second and I bad him at the end of the gun and my finger was on the trigger Never was victory more easily gained rle looked at me between rage and terror his Jaw fallen Are you mad ho cried his teeth chattering as he spoke Even In this strait his eyes left me and wandered round In alarm No sane I retorted fiercely anytotterenough If not quite true So by your right quick march I continued Im peratively Turn your horse my friend or take the consequences He turned like a lamb and headed down the valley again without giving a thought to Ills pistols I kept close to him and In loss than a minute we had left the Davits f Chape well behind us and wore moving down again as we had come up Only now I held the gun When we had gone lat a mile or so until then I did not feel comfort able myself and though I thanked heaven tho place existed thanked hear en also that I was out of Ill bade him halt Take oft your belt I said curtly and throw It down But mark me If you turn I fire Tho spirit was quite gone out of him He obeyed mechanically I Jumped down still covering him with the gun and picked up the belt pistols and all Then I remounted and we went on Byandbyn ho asked me sullenly what I was going to do Go back I said and take the road to Auch when I come to It It will bo dark In an hour he answered sulkily I know that I retorted We must camp and do the host we can And as I said we did The daylight held until we gained the skirts of the pinewood at olio head of the pass Hero I chose a corner a little off the track and wellsheltered from the wind and bade him light a fIre I tethered the horses near this and within sight It remained only to sup I had a piece of bread he had another and an onion We ato In silence sitting on opposite sides of the fire But after supper I found myself In a dilemma I did not see how I was to sleep The ruddy light which gleamed on the knavos swart face and sinewy hands showed alto his eyes black sullen and watchful I know that tho man was plotting revenge that he would not hesitate to plant hit knife between my ribs should I give him a chance I could find only one al ternative to remaining awake Had I been bloodyminded I should have chosen It and solved tho quesUon at once and In my favor by shooting him as he sat But I have never been a cruel man and I could not find it In my heart to do this Tho silence of the mountain and the sky whlctj seemed a thing apart from the roar of the tor rent and not to bo broken by hawed me The vastness of the solitude In which wo tat the dark void above through which the stars kept shooting tho black gulf below Ic which the un seen waters boiled and surged the absence of othor human company or other signs of human cxUlencB put such a taco upon the deed that I gave up the thought of It with n shudder and resigned myself Instead to watch through the night tho long cold Pyrenean tight Presently he tuned himself up like a dog and slept In tho blaze and then for a couple of hours I sat opposite him thinking It seemed years since I had seen Zatons or thrown the dice The oft life the old employmentsshould I ever go back to them 7seemed diD and dis tant Would Cocheforet the forest and tho mountain the gray chateau and Its mistress seem one day as dim Arid If one bit of lift could fade yquickly at the unrolxig of anDth rand seem in a moment pale and color less would all life son day bad some where and all the things weBut faugtt t Was growing foolish I sprang up and kicked the wood togctb rraad taking up the pabaa to pace to and m Mier the gill Btnag that a little moonlight a few stars a breath ot solitude should carry n max back to childhood and childish things S e e It was throe In tho afternoon of the next day and the sun lay hot on the oak groves and tho air was full of warmth as we began to climb the slope on which the road to Auch shoots out of the track The yellow bracken and the fallen leaves underfoot seemed to throw up light of themselves and Ijsro and there a patch of ruddy beech lay like a bloodstain on tho hillside In front a herd of pigs routed among mast and grunted lazily and tboI above us a boy lay watching Wo part here I said to my compan ion It was my plan to ride a little way on the road to Auch no as to blind his eyes thon leaving my horse In tho forest I would go on foot to the chateauThe sooner tho better ho answered with a snarl And I hope I may never see your face again mon sieurBut whoa wo came to the woodea cross at the fork ot the roads and were about to part the boy we had seen leapt out of the fern and came to meet us Hello he cried in a singsong toneWell my companion answered drawing rein Impatiently What U It There are soldiers In the village Soldiers Antoine cried Incredu louslyAy devils on horscbaoJt the lad answered spitting ia tpe ground Three score of them Fr vm AuchP Antolno turned to me his lace trans formed with fury Curse you ke cried This is orno of your work Now we are all undone And my mistresses Sacre It I had that guA I would Shoot you Uke a rat Steady fool I anwcred rouging I know no more of this than you dl To Be Continued TOLD OF THEvSOWTHEPN GIRL i- She Wnnt Posted a jbh Ides- sits nn riotlir plu 114 tintIIuRpIns She was a charming southern girl about 18 years old and she was visit I ing the north for the first time says the New York Sun One day in para ing near the servants quarters of her aunts lumirer homo she saw a large basket filled with small wooden contrivances the like of which she had never seen before What can they bo she said to herself and why should anybody want so many oil Just alike She took one of them to her suet and repeated the question Can It be possible exclaimed the aunt who was of thrifty northen origin that you have lived 18 yean and never before saw n clothespin Blushing and apologetic Miss Dhlt explained that in her southern home no washing was done on the premises that colored women always took the laundry work to another part of town and Uiat even they did not use clothespins but hung laundered garments oa bushes to dry or spread them ou the grassHer I aunt was mollified but told the story widely and wherever Miss Dltl was a guest she had to submit to afire of chamng Do you perhaps asked one barb elor know what a rollingpin lsr Indeed I do she responded warm ly anxious to vindicate her native land It is something or other about a wagon but I dont know Just where It belongs Jut Urmltrunill In the Shade Dudley Hardy Londons artist see ho admires American nrt and like some American artists but not all I When asked to say more than this hi tells a story to show which kind hi does not tike Here It is It was at Etaples and there wen two of them at the table next mint two quite pretty girl they wereend they talked art at the top ot halt voices First it wag Titian Ile taped to find approval for anything Then it was Velatqucz He was worse than Titian If possible Then It vas Rem brandt and for a moment I thought he was going to bo Indorsed But It was only partia- lRrmbranlts all slick enough same times admitted one of the ladies But you ice ought to see tho Jutcjr sketch I did this mornlnl I swallowed my soup the wren way and fled adds Mr Hardy Nr Times The Only Our tfbf the eminent Lclpslc surgeon Pro lessor Thlersch the story is related that one day a man ot his town called on him and asked his advice ns to find tug a specialist to operate on him After a brief pause the professor said If you want to travel you might gn to Bergmaim in Berlin or it that snot fur enough to Nussbiuin In Munich or farther still to Blllroth in Vienna Then If you call on any of those and lie asks you where you nre from and you say Lelpslc he will retort Oh you blockhead why didnt you go ta Thlersch1 Too Good for the Poor A certain lady of wealth living IB the North of Ireland was recovering from a serious Illness and one morn lag called for an egg which she aUj with much enjoyment As she par w4 back the cup and pTeto to her pure b the said An egg IB n delicious thing I Then wth much melancholy What a pity she added it U w w I among the poor Tr r rr 4 u l I J dJI ft II ht EN J 9IJ1 rI1 t f i r I J r tr 911i aTtotJ IBl DR MADISON C PETERS D D Pastor Ima asset Church JltltllllOIt I IThe blooming flowers are tho prod the tiny seed cast into the soil a few months ago The vital energy was in the seed the flower could not bo produced but by the disso lution of the seed You plant nnjn slghtly bulb In the soil and tip cornea the beauti ful lily No phil osopher can describe the process And how precious Is the thought that we shall rise from tho doad that tho eyes of our loved onos that with trem bling fingers we closed will open with luster on the resurrection morn that tho arms we folded In death will Join ours in the embrace of reunion This Is the Faster hope This is the power of Christs resurrection We have followed our loved ones to the grave and left them there where tho winters snow has swept over our hearts and whelmed us almost in despair but through Christ recur rection who rolled away the stone from tho tomb of human hope and painted upon the black cloud of death the rainbow ot Immortality we can almost feel our friends In our arms they seem to be with us now We shall meet nnd know and love each Other again S Br REV SAMUEL FALLOWS D D I Bithop St PiUi Rittrart XylKop Church No more solemn and triumphant witness could be given of any fast than that of the resurrection of Je lua Christ from the dead The men who had doubtiM and despaired saw Him heard Him touched Him rte with Him walked with lint talked with hUm arid were oonemis Honed by him to proclaim Its truth The colossal structure of the Christian church rests upon the Incontrovertible tact Men do not build on bubbles or an abyss Neither of collusion delusion or Illu nlon can the apostles be convicted They were neither dccelvora nor deceived They wore contradicted but never re futed persecuted but never silenced They varied us honest earnest men with marked individuality will vary In telling their marvelous story but they never departed by the breadth of a hair from tho assertion of the supreme fact itself The resurrection is the potency and promise of Ibo ultimate victory of right over wrong of truth over error ot love over hate list then this day of gladness By RT REV C P ANDERSON DD Zptscopat flabopatCllcagse Christ our Passover Is sacrificed for us therefore let us keep the feast This Easter anthem Is as old as Christianity It la tho theme In all our churches to day From the outset Christian people have pressed together on this day- coimmomorate th resurrection o f Him Who brought life and immortal ity to light A stupendous event had taken place that made it plain with in tho precincts of this visible world that a world unseen and eternal but most real awaits us hereafter The belief in immortality did not originate with Easter Various ethnic religions supply testimony to the fact that the idea of immortality of some sort has always found a lodgment la mans in tellect and conscience By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS P tor Plymouth Chared Brooklyn In one of his letters Columbus snake about an undiscovered conti font Tho now world was out of sight but for him It way a real heIafter day Colum bus nailed steadily on His sailors were full of ter I ror again and again they mutinied For many days Columbus coucealel tho real distance b9 had saUod At last ho saw a golden bough Boating in t the waters On that bouA rested a cardinal bird with wings tired through the long flight la Wit hour Colum bus exulted and his heart sang for Joy With Instant vision ho leaped from the bough to the great forest from the single bird to flocks ot sweet songsters Just behind tho red clouds and the setting sun was that undis covered country And no he salted on tho long night through knowing that when tho day dawned and the shadows fled away he Would behold the now world AH know tho result that is history For the explorer the bird of hopo and that golden bough j told no lies They were the forerun nets of this splendid continent and this great republic with lulaws and liberties And not otherwise Is it with the deep longings of the heart At home your wife or child U Ill In the night you awaken full of fear And then a great sweet hope springs up The child shall not return to you but you shall go to him Suddenly tae hope Immortal sings layout heart Ilka a bird It tolls you of the umdlscov ercd country of Shakespeare of the happy hills ot Paradise for AI Co lumbus found for us America Christ discovered the city ot God By REV CHARLES E CHENEY DD- BlihtpChrtit inform BlK M Chuck Can we picture tae condition of mankind it every benevolent work whisk has had ItA origin In Chris tianity had never been dreamed of and if every Influ ence created by the church has never born oo much aa Imag ined But the church Itself finds its vital spring oC being In the Easter fact What would have become of Intelligence and education but for Christianity which has Its root In the resurrection ot Jesus Christ when tho Tartar and the Hun the Vandal and the Visigoth swept over the wreck ot tho Roman empire and the ruins of Roman civilization Subtract from art all that it has produced under the stimulus of the reli gion whlcn content In tho fact wo role brate today and you will bav left only what survived la ancient mbeCfJ possibly in Egyptand oven these would not have been preserved but for the love of art Inspired byChtffctfan ity More than all the morality eve ated by teachings such as the eormoa on the mounut would have perished but for tho resurrection r S By RT REV P J MULDOON D ft- I AullUry BUhoy BtBU Catholic Castes lie U risen He is not here there fore do all Christum exult today In vain would have been Cnrlsfs mr a c loa iwrmons sufferings and death on Old cross If He did not ful fill Ills prqpbocy After three days I will rise again Christ made Ills resurrection the final test of His divinity and when on tho third day despite the maohlnatlons ot Ills ene mice He rose victorious aa the oon queror of death Ho left to pastor and to people a legitimate cause for per manent rejoicing St Paul teaches this when ho says It Christ bo not risen again then our preaching Ice vain and your faith Is also winO The resurrection ot Christ oomres us thedpower tidings He la not her gives us firm est hoed of our own resurrection and Ufo with Christ beyond tho grave fur Christ Himself said Father I will that whore I am they also whom Thou hath given Me may be that thoy may seo My glory which Thou host given Me Magnificent Easter Celebration Naturally the most magnificent and Imposing celebration of Kastor U that which takes place In 3U Filter at Rome THE EASTER GIRl BASE BALL I Opening of the Season in Berea Faculty vs Hormal The brio ball Reason hogan quito auspiciously on Saturday last with 11 groat gone between llio Faculty lull the Normal Students Although no effort had been iimdo to advertise the game yot nearly seemed to bo there and cheerfully paid the Rdmlsfllon feo of five cents in order to sec their favorites win or lose us tho case might be About 11 was taken in at the gate Tho sympathy of tho spectators lOOmed to be about equally divided with iXMflibly a preponderance in favor of tho Normal boys Though tho game started cut with the Faculty in tho lead by a scorn of 3 to 0 at the end of the first inning yet they failed to keep tho lead and tho Normal boys not only succeeded iu passing them but steadily forged ahead until the end of the gamine when they had 23 to 18 for the Faculty GeorRQJ Dick occupied tho hox for tho Faculty while Kirk did tho twirling for tho Normal Both did effective work and if there hud been no change in pitchers the score would not likely have boon no large Dick WM rolioredbySealo for two innings and Arnold took Kirks plant in the box for Iho last thrrio innings The linoup was as follows Family lmltlon Normal Dick pitcher Kirk Worthen catcher Hubb- ardScalelst bane McQlono May 2d basoArnoldI- eewiashort stop Klino Canflelll3t1 base Hopkins Fltnory right field Rico Itutnold center field Wilnoa Bowlerleft huhHalley- Mr Oaborn took Lewis place as short stop for a time and surprised every one perhaps himself by the skill with which ho played the position 0 M Simpson filled tho difficult plate of umpire with uppercut antis faction There was but little kick lug and harmony unit good cheer Boomed to bo the order of the day Of course some errors wore made but not as many as might have been expected from teams thus hastily gotten together and playing the game practiceIt have challenged the Normals to again try conclusions with them and another game will lw played on Saturday the 21st inst lLess vrOcurgtaw pJRYed town Saturday Ip which they were beaten with the score of 8 to 5 The gauge was fairly oven for neither team has had The coach of tho Georgetown team a league player from Denver was of great assistance to tho rivals of the Berea boys but they held their well till a combination of ono erro and two bases on balls with some very fine playing by the Georgetown team gave the lattor five scores Dr Cowley who went with tho boys from Bores says tho boys played well and behaved splendidly and that the Georgetown people treated the visitors with the highest courtesy and friendliness There was no wranglingand all differences were amicably settled See the College Farm advertise moat of first class fertilizers Buy some and son your crops grow Bedrock prices Chicago Tailoring Company i Mr W L Flanery represents this well known tailoring company in Bares and will fit you to stylish clothing of tho boat materialand mado to order at the most reason able prices Seo him before you order a ready mode suitI We Trust- Doctors If you arc suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparllla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows Ittoo Askhimaboutit You must loot will after tlnlrit Hit condition or- yourtlvrsodbowels Milan of the bowlt polionuut pnxtucu are kbiorbt cnuilnx headache tlllouiuMi DU tfriptpil kiiil tlint tb Sirduly lit tiit work Ayers- riflaareliver pllti Aelgentl all Tin dose It pill al IIm A X aoAyvCLOwwareAfo l1lers MAW VISOR Aaue cure CMMftY rWTWAL u History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War CiiAirun IV Continued Wo receivedorders from General Nelson to prepare for a march light order specifying that the InI would turn over their knapsacks tho quartermaster tho officers to bo allowed to carry only ono trunkor chest to three officers and two tent tiles to a company of officers Ac all this extra baggage was umricodlull stored at Murfrees bore This being completed by noon General Nelson ordered every regiment out to drill two hours tho first and lust time we over drilled on Sunday Wo remained at MurfreoHboro with no further alarms until tho morning of the 1st of August Tho whole division 8000 strong marched out on till McMlnnvillo road all with canteens full as Nelson never allowed a man to leave tanks The sun shone down on the stone road with power erful heat Wo culled h halt at noon for two hours at a creek then kept our men well in ranks pad arrived at Woodbury the county town of Cannon County at dark having marched twentyeight miles As we had but little cooking to do those not on guard were soon sleep ing thin sleep of the weary if not that of tho just Tho 2d tho division was aroused by tho bugles and drums long be fore daylight our hasty breakfast ovor and the column in motion be fore the sue had showed Ills litirniug faceWo had correct information that General Forrmt with a brigade of rebel cavalry was at McMinnville and our plea generally were anxious to bring the enemy at bay and try our limit in n battle General Nel sons threat to catch Forrest or kill the last man in the division increased our desires to come up with tho foe at as early a date as possible for teeny of tho command believed our general to meaij what he said and before that month hud passel nearly allof till Eighth began to think him to Ire in dead earnest About 8 oclock p m our advance came on the rebel pickets within ft few miles of McMinnville As they caught sight of our advatlco cavalry they firo i a few shots and fled to ward town We hastened on arriv lug thoro near night lust no armed enemy could bo seen Wo stacked arms on tho skirts of town and wero aniouxly expecting a distribution of rations Wo had began to got used to disappointments and unpleasant surprises One was hero ready for Companies C D E and H of tho Eighth wo wore ordered out on picket without the desired and much needed grub Several hours were linerHO as chain around town A few of tho officers including tho author called at some of the suburban residences and succeeded in arousing tho not overly pleased inmates who grudgoiugly furnished provisions for which wo paid a good round price thus our men on n di vide secured sufficient to abate their gnawing hunger The whole division was kept In suspense all day the 3d nil being held In readiness to march at a moments warning Wo slept there in line on our arms and at daylight the Hh tho whole command marched In quick time toward Sparta Tenn Fivo companies D U G K and I of tho 8th Kentucky wore detailed as roar guard a duty all soldiers dislike having to march behind the wagon train and artillery Wo had not proceeded but a few miles when at tho fort of Collins river in a narrow piece of road ono wagon upset and delayed tho whole train for over two hours This put us a long dis tance behind our column Our Quartermaster and wagonmasters having more dreadof old Nelson than they hall of tho enemy made everything double quick for about ten miles before tho rear was prop erly closed up Wo guards of course wore compelled to regulate oar march to loop pace with tho hurrying train night tllIar1 crOlls1Canver The troops had crossed and climbed the mountain on the south side Somo of tho teamsters while at a halt had found a house where they procured supply of Tennessee brandy and hud followed the exam plo of our division general and Im exhilaratingfluid these boozy commanders of mules had without orders unhitched their tennis A few of the wagonmas tern no loss sober were powerless to command tholr trains At this unpleasant state of affairs the rain be gar to pour down in the manner it usually does in this latitude All teamsters and their superiors that woro yet sober appeared to bo like ternswearingIi that ford he certainly would have been disgusted with this foolish hab it In the meantime we arrived up Oil tho scene and eel Barnes who could on slight provocation swear equal to an army teamster rode around with u drawn weapon among tho boozy teamsters and nude them hitch up and once muro put tho train in motion Tho principal part of our five companies worked hard all night by reliefs pushing wagons and artillery up tho mountain Every ono of us From colonel down hud our clothing thoroughly wet In order to get few hours sleep without laying aI In mud and water I lashed my ry body to a tree trunk using one of tho mens gun straps and my own SlllpemtcdjRlept the last wagon topped tho moun tain Without taking time to eat breakfast we struck out in quick time to overtake tho division und soon camo up with the column After forced march of five miles the head of tho division met a scout General Nelson had a brief interview with him then commanded tho col umn io counter march quick time march This was to us discouraging to saythe least But Nelson hail by Buell that we wero about to meet tho principal part of General Braggs army and that discretion was in this case probably tho best But our mon weve lost sleep waded rivers and ran around iu tho cedars until our shoes Bro worn out trying to meet tho enemyanti now whet wo are about to find tho armed rebels to retreat is worse than to fight and got whipped At tho crowing of the river the Eighth refused to go farther until wo Imd time to get some rations out of the trains and get on the outside regardless Satisfying our hunger wo resumed tho march und arrived at McMinn villo a little before midnight On this nineteen miles of rough roads this division of ns good men as tho United States had in the field left moro stragglers than they prob ably ever did afterward They all dayWe an ap plo orchard northeast of town The heavy crop of green fruit of that orchard totally disappeared within twentyfour hours fried with plenty ofsugar added making n good dish to a hungry soldier On the evening of the Gih at dress parade several of Nelsons trouble some orders wore read one of thorn requiring every regiment in the division to have battalion drill for two hours before breakfast that at 7 oclock compelled us to bo up and in lino at 5 and from that untilsup POI no time was lost from drill and other duties except two hours for dinner This lively exercise to men whose feet wero yot very sore was anything but pleasant recreation Ou the IHh of August the Eighth knopllackdrillmile out on the Smithvillo road as pickets We remained there In tho brush until the morning of tho 11th encountering no worse enemy than Innumemblo little insects called seed ticks Tho enemy was re ported to have n largo force at Smithville twenty miles distant from us anti our boys wero given strict orders At a lato hour on the night of the 10th General Nelson and staff passel outside our pickets and re turned by the Smithville route Leav ing the main road they came tearing along the byroad evidently to try the mettle of our pickets When within hailing distance John W Burnett Cothpauy II commanded halt Nelson and escort appeared not to hear and John in n loud byJupiterof you at time same time all six of tho mens pieces gave that ominous click that generally causes even III brave man to halt and tho General did nt tho sane time he said Who to tho Boll are you to presume to halt n general officer old staff V Tho reply WR81I0ne of you dismount advance and give the countersign or well show you who wo aro and that devilish quick Au last summons anti CorporalsIIarris called out loudly Tho General and escort can pass in Tho moon shone brightly auto tho boys know Nelson he fore ha advanc i ed Isis only remark as ho passed i 1ontucksllwont Am You Perfectly Ooodf No one should become offended blllsnysHalph sillyItand you cannot make much else out oCt A man who owes ought to be Interested in getting a statement of his account tho fact that a man is perfectly good should not make him immune from having bills sent to him A man who is perfectly good is under obligation to some ono beside himself his method of paying when he pleases may not bo the method of the man ho deals with and the latters methods are entitled to as much consideration if not more perfeetly Sib tho College Farm advertise ment of firstclass fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bull rock prices Sa R BAKER Dentist KYOrerOffice hours from 8 to 4 Ttelh extracted without pIn Somnoformc TO RENT Mouse to rent with garden One milo east of Berea J A BRATCHER Buckeye Fertilizers- If you wish to raise big crops if you Buckeyefertilizers College Prices right LOST On Wednesday the 4th instant be tween Narrow Gap and the Hospital in Berea a black cloth Boston hag witha brown leather hand bag in it containing papers The finder will ho rewarded on its return to the Citizen office Mrs 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TUB CrtiiN free for one I Ethics of Spending The popular notion that the waste ful extravagance of the rich Is a good thing for the community because It puts money Into circulation and that the spendthrift thus becomes a public benefactor Is combated by Rev Wash ington Gladden who says in a paper an Tho Ethics of Luxurious Expendi ture that spending money is setting people at work and that the spender always chooses what kind of work the people who receive his money shall employed about If that work Is beI the community Is benflted but If jurious the more money he puts Ircuatlon the greater the damage toI the community He who spends money Becomes a consumer of and of services and commoditiesI spendthrift is to a great sumer of services If the services for which his money calls are those Ip the I rendering of which men and women are ennobled he Is a public benefactor but If they are those by which men and women are corrupted and degraded he is u malefactor The money that goes Into circulation through tho debauching of men and women had better be kept out of circulation It Is not the most common thing for a man to co suddenly down from mil llonairlsm to beggary without inflict log some serious moral injury on other people In the process If he has spent a million dollars on reckless and sen sual Indulgences he has done a vast amount of harm to the boon compan ions he has gathered about him and to the multitude he has employed wlU his money to minister to his appe tites and follies One million of dol lays put where it will do the mot misIrhlefThe conditions of the case have in deed evolved a peculiar sort of one I manpower in public affairs and have drawn Into political life a familiar type of the masterful man Such is the party boss who enjoys power and a certain measure of distinction The mechanism of government says a writer in Atlantic is so unwleldly that those who are within cannot control it henco there has developed the boss who manages the apparatus from with out This cannot be done without skill shrewdness enterprise and other such qualities needed for any career of lead ershlp But it calls also for methods distasteful to straightforward and hlgh minded men Your boss is indeed not always so black as he Is painted there are political machinists entitled to our respect But the role Is after all an underhand one a circumventing of the avowed plan and Intent of the general will It attracts the unscru pulous and even the wellintentioned man who essays li finds himself almost Inevitably impelled to fight the devil with fire Not Infrequently a man I who has achieved success as a leader of industry turns to political activity Ho then usually becomes the manipu lator and master of the party machine following almost of necessity the fa mlllar methods of Intrigue bargain omco mongering bribery The able man of tbo higher type is not drawn to such doings while on the other band the competition In the unsavory work has a demoralizing effect on those who strive for political power fVAtnington was crossing the Dela ware He stood Better sit downs sir suggested an Aide Sit down I re sponded lustily the Father of Ills Country And pray what sort of a picture would that mako Blushing under the rebuke the aide resolved to monkey BO more with art j Whereas when Iho Salvation sky began Its work it was pelted witbnaud and woeae now Gen Booth aa he tours about Great Britain in his auto car Is pelted with fivepound notes An English scientist asserts that as touch dust as can be placed on a point yields DO ftswer than 3000 PinI onies of living terms The majority- of tbtwo germs arc representative ot disease What chance have we1 Upto date cookery Is now said to have a bad effect on the complexion The averagd man would like more to Jcaow how it affects the digestion STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE What Has Become of the Iowa IdeA and Its Twin Free Trade with Canada Where has Its twin brother free trade with Canada gone toT Whore Is our old friend the tariff is the mother of trusts Ta Only a short tlmo ago these footlight favorites occupied the flrst row In the chorus Tho Iowa farmc was told that If the DIngley tariff was not revised and revamped and reduce there would be no demand for his prod ucts abroad and tho octopus would get him Ho was assured says the Des Moines Capital that unless we allowe the Canadian farmer to lug his stul across the border into Iowa without paying his duty the Canadians woul get so mad that they wouldnt buy yearImina pet theories and how true they were Is shown by the fact that our sales to foreign countries Includln Canada are constantly increasing and that our exports of agricultural prod ucts during the present fiscal year have been greater than during any similar period in our history But what has become of these vagaries upon whIch the governor staked a state campalgi and his reputation as a statesman Nothing is heard of them any more They are not in the mouths of the Dem ocratic press even dear as they were to their hearts a couplo of years ago What has become of them t If candor is wanted the answer Is that having lost a fleeting and purely factitious popularity the Issues pressed with such vigor only a few months ago by the governor and his suppliant fol lowing have been thrown Into the dis card For the purposes of this cam pain they would not do at all The first great essential In the oftlce hunters equipment is an alarm gong Two years ago it was the tariff and the trusts which were impoverishing the people especially those of Iowa Now it Is th railroads which are grinding us all especially the plain people under the iron huel of oppression The creation of new issues to far prejudice and arouse animosity is not altogether an enviable task The sIn- cere reformer sUcks to his text IK does not desert a cause In which he hAs enlisted simply because it receiveS t setback If he is really sincere he stay with It The reformer who is simply nr alarmist for what there Is in It for him self and Ills crowd is not an inspiring figure After awhile the people get tired of being alarmed They weary of the shouting and the clamor They refused to see the sword of Damocles or feel the iron hand of oppression about their necks In other words they are onto the curves of the terrorists They see through their little game Just as they dId through the freetradewlthCanadn scheme two years ago and refuse to wear the blinders He that pltleth another remember cth himself ays the Spanish proverb This allconsuming anxiety for the sal vation of the state Is too transparent a proposition even for common people whom It Is hoped to play for suckers This Is going to J e a poor year for that kind of fishingI THERE IS A DIFFERENCE merican Labor Fares Much Better Than Where Free Trade Prevails detyJngsted when we had n Democratic tariff with Its free raw material provisIon rom 1893 to 1897 rehearse the old old story that the tariff Is a tax on the consumer They forget says the Trenton Ga ette that the tariff tax is paid In 10 small degree by foreign sales ti this country below the foreign price pint as the steel trust sells cheaper In England than In America They forget that domestic competition is so keen that except when trust consplra iles arise as they arise in free trade countries ar well as in protectionist Countries the Americas consumer gets heap wealth For example when we Were forced to buy all our tin plate broad we were at the mercy of a foreign trust In a free trade country We put a duty on foreign tin plate and within a remarkably short time American tin plate works were competing with one another and giving ui our tin plate at a far lower price than had previously been maintained Now when trust conspiracies enter tho field and artificially boost the price of any article whether in England or In America we of the United States can remedy conspiracy not by degradIng the standard of American wages as we did under the last Democratic tariff but by taking the Ftoose nit clew of enforcing the law against rtistf conspiracy To give force to this argument let It be noted that American labor was lever BO prosperous as toddy that he only danger to our industries lies In conspiracies such as those of life niurance wholly detached from the arlff lease and other trusts where the ranchlse Is perverted Today there fs a crisis In free trade England vhere the beautiful free raw material irid free cook material prevails i notedthatthecnt will be sudden ppearance of a great coldness all overlie country was coincident with the mergence of AltonB Parker from hl- lhoJeN Y Mall OThe larmers Should remember hat Cummins wants to put the rall 6adK out of business and trifle with the tariff In true Democratic style They should remember too that both the railroads and tariff are direct Jy responsible Jqr theprosperltywhich the farmer enjoys WI shall not Jell he goose that lays the olden egg edar Fails Gazette L i raring irf sgrljttal fOBwtnrl an 1ithtiatL4iB- y SIR OLIVER LODGE During a recent visit to France I was impressed by the psychical or metaphysical activity that is displayed by the leading men of that country and by the development of some of the phenomena in the direction of the more elusive physical concomi tants such as movements without contact and luminous appearances Some people seem tb an ticipate that in this country also these occurrences are going shortly to attract more public attention i than usual If this anticipation turns out correct then there is a sequel which may certainly be expected namely a temporary recru descence of superstItionsuperstition of both kinds the negative kind which refuses to examine but dogmatically denies the possibility of everything to which they are not accustomed and the equally ob jectionable positive superstition which while accepting the truth of the phenomena sees jn them the operations of evil spirits and the lawless extravagance of supernature It is or should be almost a platitude to say that the whole idea of the supernatural whatever that might mean is to be avoided in dealing with these things which ought to be regarded simply as proeternormal or perhaps supernor mal or at any rate unusual What is really wanted in the presence of these exceptional and puzzling occurrences is in the literal sense of the word skepticismthat is to say stringent examination and in quiry Dogmatism at the present stage whether of the positive or of the negative variety is useless Hasty acceptance is as much to be deprecated as hasty rejection Private information may accelerate the progress of individuals but the general advance to knowledge must be gradual Premature belief without knowledge is found to be the I nature superstition and is more damaging to the cause of enlightenment and progress than any amount even of dogmatic skepticism severely damaging though that is too Better let things remain in the hands of an initiated sect or priesthood than submit them to the intemperate judgmcrif the unbalanced and the illeducated on either side It is not mere belief or disbelief that they should strive to se cure but straightforward opcnmindcdncss and an altitude of sound and healthy common sense But the way to achieve this stage toward progress is not to as sume at one leap the capricious and the miraculous on the contrary it is to follow the general trend of scientific thought and procedure to make the usual hypothesis of the uniformity of nature and of the supremacy I i of the reign of law to assume the intelligibility and harmony of the universe and to endeavor to bind new knowledge of every kind on to the old links by rational theory and working hypothesis To accept facts without evidence is manifestly injudicious but to reject facts with evidence is equally though not so dangerously un wise Choice is not an open question it can not be altogether deferred Life is apt to demand from them belief one way or another I They may believe yes or they may believe no one belief U no more scientific than the other Enlarged views of the universe enlarged that is far beyond the conception of the middle ageare already common property and the still further widenings and higher perceptions which are already loom ing in the future if ever made generally accessible in a sane and sober manner must surely awaken in man some sense of his hope or destiny even on this planet must arouse in him some effort toward the at tainment of so bright an ideal and thus must lead him into the outer precincts of the temple of religion io1t null 3111 of i Hwjtalaitii Snbby By HON GEORGE A SCHOF1ELD i Senator In Mimchuittti Legislature I To answer your question one must first consider another ques tion and that is What is meant ba legislative lobby Webster de fines lobbying as fol lows To address or solicit members ofa legislative body in the lobby or elsewhere away from the house with a view to influence their votes Whether or not lobbying is a necessity or whether the influ ence of the lobby is for good or for evil must of course dependupon- the motive which governs the lobbyist If men enter the lobby with the full intention and with the ability to place facts and arguments before the members of the legislature which are intended to and which will help the members to come to a decision on pending matters and such arguments and decisions arc for the interests of the people no one will attempt to deny that that class of lobbying is to be commended If such arguments can best be presented when the matters are before legislative bodies it would seem that in these cases at least what is termed lobbying is necessary for it stands to reason that in order to get the best laws it is necessary to have all the facts and arguments presented If on the other hand by lobbying is meant the offering of money or other considerations calculated to be of benefit not to the people as a whole but to the member of the legislature who has a vote one must come at once to the opinion that lobbying is not only not neces sary but that it should be driven not only from the halls of legislation but should be throttled at an earlier stage when it seems to exert an influence in the nomination and election ofmen who are practically pledged to be tools of the lobbyist While recognizing that there is an evil lobby as well as a good one it seems to me that on the whole the right of the people to lobby or to seek to influence the votes of their representatives is a necessity I would not like to see the representatives of labor of morality of tem perance and of many otter laudable objects denied the right to cScrt their influence for the causes they favor It seems to me that the right to advocate good measures must not be denied and as a consequence the opportunity for the corrupt lobbying cannot be wholly wiped out In regard to the question What are the limits to the legitimate uses of a legislative lobby it seems to me that there can be but one answer and that is that a lobbyist hasUthe right to do right Any other use of the privilege is wrong Just what can be done to bring I about a condition of affairs under which he will not be1 allowed to do anything else I cannot say but it seems to me that a long step would be taken in the right direction if the voters would insist on candidates and public officials who cannot be influenced to do wrong Elect men who still give those who place their trust imtheni a squire deal and the Hobby question will be settled without JurtheHcgisIation AS TO THE JOLO AFFAIR I Facts Which Give the Lie to the AntiImperial Wind- Jammers Whoever originated the maxim to the erect that it is well to bo sur ono is right before going ahead put forth an apt and forceful saying The point of it says the Troy TUnes should be appreciated by certain hasty critics who have gone ahead not only without being sure they were right but at such a pace as to make It very awkward for them to retrace their I steps when it should be shown that they were altogether wrong And wrong they surely have been For days the columns of the nntllm portal press have teemed with nor rifled comments upon tho massacre of Moros by American troops In the recent fight in Jolo one of the Philip- pIne Islands What were the facts A desperate and murderous band of outlaws tha terror of the country and of peaceable people who sought to carry on their vocations held a mountain fast neaR from which it was their practice to descend upon the adjacent territory Every means had been employed to Induce them to abandon their bandit life but In vain and it was found necessary to employ sterner measures The work was dono by the American forces with characteristic thorough ness The outlaws wero overpowered In their fortress and so thoroughly punished that tbo country will be free from their Intimidation and the peo pie may now settle down to tho pur suits of peace In tho battle the sol Here conducted themselves with hUe inanity as well u bravery The brief official reports told the story just as the fight occurred But some sensa tional correspondents at Manila hundreds of miles from the scene of action added a lot of details supplied by their Imagination to the erect that tho troops had killed women and chil dren as well as the men who fought with tho fanaticism and savagery characteristic of their kind Gen Wood who was in command in Jolo cables that there has been snce In any cable from Min dannoSt the killing of women and children showing that what has been said In the news dispatches from Manila has been Invented and added there Those who have to hastily assumed that American sol diers would needlessly kill a help lees foe even one so Implacable as an outlaw Mere and that they lruUerlm inately butchered women and chil dren may take shame to themselves If they are capable of feeling such ac emotion TO DEFRAUD THE REVENUE Administrative Act Provides Ma chinery to Prevent Greedy Roguery When the New York Times dls cusses the tariff It becomes positively brilliant It remarked a few days ago apropos of the discriminating Gorman tariff which It predicted would most certainly be enforced against tho United States teat we made trade with Germany unnecessarily hard by our administration of the customs laws It says that tho administrative act should be changed because tho Merchants as sociation of Now York urges certain changes That those are reasonable it assorts clearly appears from the Indisputable fact that the present reg I ulatlons are unreasonable That is to say remarks the Ban Francisco Chron icle they are unreasonable because I New York merchants who have a pert sonal and pecuniary Interest in having thorn changed say they are But the rest of tho country which believes In fair play does not sympathize with the attitude of the New York Importers who would cheerfully avail them selves of tho disposition shown by Ger man exporters to defraud the revenue by systematic undervaluation The ad ministrative act provides the machinery I to prevent roguery of this kind and tho American people Insist on keeping It In motion What the New York Importers really deslro U an unobstructed opportunity to de fraud the revenue but they wont get It OPINIONS OF EDITORS 7Tho party to stick to Is tho one that makes gooll8t Louis Globe Democrat 1 Judge Parker still thinks well of tho Democratic party Ho has a most forgiving spirit Washington Star crNor has the railroad rate regula tion bill tho slightest tendency to re duce tho number of varieties of Demo crats Indianapolis News lad cTJudge Parker has been down to Mississippi to deliver an address on Democracy before tho legislature of that state Now will the Mltnlsslpplans engage Mr Bryan to tell them about the other brand Troy Times cTJudge Alton B Parker Is con vinced that the president Is seeking a third term The people for good and sufficient reasons are convinced that the judge is not the man to prevent him from getting ItWashIngton Post crTbe opponents of protection who invented tho charge that the Dlngley tariff would put a chinese wall about the country aro respectfully advised that the foreign trade of the United States hu more than doubled since the act went Into effect Ban Francisco Chronicle C7Gov Folk takes the stump to talk about the robber tariff If there Is thing that he knows less about than any other It is tariff It Is the making of Missouri in a business sense yet the governor reviles protcctlotu A good district attorney Is not always a states man of tans Buffalo News I jLJPffiffi1t WJ = r u u u NEW HAND AT BELLOWS I 1 WarTime Incident Concerning a Faithful Nurse and a Tip pling Doctor r Two soldiers In hospital were talking quietly I say Jim theres a new handat thonBellows In this shop we never hail I things BO nice before Thats sotho old un Is a captain I tell you she drills them When she fust came an I heard her drcssln down the nusses I thought wed trot a tartar butbless horn when slut owes to the sick uns shes ten moth Irs rolled Into oneeTills Is the first time anything hasp r 1 tasted good wince I came In hero sighed a weak skeleton of a man on the next ycouch The new matron stood very litrHo upon ceremony she expressed her opinion upon persons us unhesitatingly as upon things She rebuked the assist ant surgeons when they neglected their proper duties and became such a thorn In their sides that they determined to oust her One morning the surgeon In charge was sleeping off his drunkenness after a spree of tho night before At II oclock when ho did come the ma iron confronted him with a few terri ble sentences All thcKo Hick men left without at tendance or food that you might Indulge a brutal appetite she said with coW emphasisA fiis over a very little mat torsaid the Mirgean angrily know my own IMI IHOMI and I shant tolerate your meddllut 1 know my business tooH said the matron and your shall find that out Within a week came a now matron with an order from headquarter super seding the other Mm Bissell saw Out the woman teamed both sensible and kindly so ithesald quietly I wish you would withhold this mat ter till the afternoon Certainty madam if It will make s difference to you Mrs BlMMll Immediately put OB her bonnet and shawl and started far the White house where alto made one of 1C or SO people waiting A doorkeeper stood at the first door en the right M she entered She approached him and asked Is the president taraYes maam Let rao have youreard please Within half an hour she was admitted Tho room was large and ftirnUhed JIM a country lawyers office At a gmSt liaise table freer the window sat a sang lean roan running hU hand stiff Week pair stroeJc through wtU1IRay Well maam What tan I do for your You can do nothing for me the MI a s respettfHllr bttt you an do a good deal f4I for the soldier She briefly narrated her experience to which tie president listened alien tively 1 wish Mr President thatyou would Iud tho chief inedleal director here t look Into this matter with his own eye and not take his opinions front drunken underlings who while soldiery slot down In battle ern lingering and dying before him ts lying beastly drunk Gall then would turn out ot charge those who rebuke him Madam I will give you a note to the doctor and do you go and talk with him Just as you have talked to me I He vat dowu and took an unglated vlq Itlng wrote with a pencil Dr Pease hear this womans state meat and make Inquiry In person nUll If Ills true put her back and pray for AbrahntuLln = t 20 more eucU women coiniThere you go yourself If anything turns up and dont go right you come to me again Armed with this the matron sootl found the medical duet It required but little time to satisfy him Shewn reinstated the eMlstrntsutgeofl wUni dismissed the service and great feet Ml upon all who MIl to do with Agatey BtMoll National Advocate 11 J + TEMPERANCE NOTES Putting shutdown the throat takes the stuff out of the pocket Dr II W Wilt of tho bureau of chemistry declines to retract KUnager Uon that 86 per cent of all t aver the bars of the United StatesVty adulterated 1 1 The use of strong drink produces mor Idle 1ees crime dlnease want misery jLondonTile Chicago HecordHerala1 Jsrespon y Bible for the statement that th follow lug idgn hmiRB over the door of a saloon Ore Drinks of allkind A J iIsIf the saloons of this country should all be wiped from the face of the earthln a plnglc day the question Is asked f iWellschool They would surely sing l t11ufGod from whom nil blessings flow Want Canteen Abolished In apanJMartthnl Oyama haa been petitioned by lIon Turo Ando to adopt the American IIslen and abolish tho canteen In the Japanese army It appears that the regulctlons of the sale of liquor to Ja ant eo soldiers Is not sufficiently strloti to do away with the many grave tILt naturally growing out of such salt SraOB EASTER BONNET TRAGEDY Hw pretty Batter bonnet Node full fl9dited ctnUn onltAi mass cuuntettplentyI Halt the ongiten of the settlementm- lAmidol there came a wonder thunderanddimurIYIn ah- aat J rlnelneAllIn a wild tumultuous chorus on hor hat goldenCatne and tlm They left their native bowers IIowerTh rim iThqmtlUf itlnti they grew excited atrrlghtedAnd they 1050 bonntWltfjthe 1 aa maraudlnrbK Hi Stanton In Atlanta Constitution h A LENTEN SACRIFICE 16yGEORGE aRO0- K3W ITytboulcht engineer of the state asylum took mother lour lingering look lathe mirror and bestowed another Jov log pit on hlA now neckUe Hal roommate Tlnuay Lawrence walked around critically and took an otherfjook at Mr J Farleys necktie Youutem skinned to death John said Mr EawrenoofwrUitKenlrbf one baying Authority JorleyYoublow in a lot of dough on a new Easter cult like all the rest of these dudes around here4barte But Timmy I know a lot about dressing I1nI know that you can hoe a pretty bum suit but If youve trot a peachy necktie peo plo will jest keep their eyes on tatan wont notice the clothes So I pikes around town the other afternoon and I picks out the smoothest thing in the necktie line that there was When peo ple get a flash of this necktie of mine say they wont think of anything else Itll kill em dead Say aint it a wonder s Mr T twrenoe allowed that itwas and XT Farley after another look at the necktie which was so gorgeous that It would have made Josephs coat of many rolors look like n dish rag was about to takes turn around tho asylum grounds before breakfast when Luke Lavln the electrician entered Say Jack said Luke Tin up against It- Whyt queried Mr Lawrence tUtu ing BO that the full broadsldeof his won derful neckUe was flashed all at once upon tbeastbnUhed gaze of the electri clan OutkofslgbtgaldMrLana Looks a peacocks V its Uw trouble asked the prondiowner of the Easter necktie TlLtell you went on the electrician You ought to be interested too YoVvo been making eyes at that little white laced Thomas girl thats been hero a couple of weeks helping Jn the oQce You know tho women attendants hero In the asylum always color a halt dozen eggs or so apiece every Easter morning for our breakfast and wo fel lers got up a prize this time to go to the one who colored the prettiest eggs Well all the women around ert haTe got It in for that Thomas girl cause shes new I reckon and because we tel lers all tort of like her bettera the rest I wanted her to win the prize soa she could have nomrthlng to tee proud over and cheer ber up understand Butt bad a huh at the eggs they ro t tena coloring and say theyre out of sight and IVn been trying to find some stuff of coloring that would be prettier than everything else but 1 cant and Ita up jigalnst It It wanted to take the cloth over and give It to the Thomas girl 1o- she could take the prize But its pretty near breakfast time now and 111 JUT to quit Tim electrician and Timmy wont out FarlealoneIStill his necktie in the mirror For A long time ho stood as If In great mental anguish and then he sat clown Jn a chair taA for Rtlmesrnses rcedlhgly busy Tbibreaktaat table in the attendant roomunt the asylum that morning pre sented n gala appearance with Easter rggN of every shade andnue The prliw was about to be awarded when shy little Miss Thomas brought in a plate of Roster eggs that fairly reveled in beautiful colors and called forth nalvos of applause The Judges without leav ing their seats awarded the prise to Ml f Thomas who smiled with joy aad I rtV Them eggs are purtler tha l year new necktie said the electrician to Hr J Farley Say where Is that neck 1181 You got your old black one on and you were blowing 89 about your new tine Them eggs look like oaefe My 1iat lire you kicking me fort Rise Thomas looked a r moment ta eyesfilledLust for a moment rest on Mr J Farleys TuatJeeveCUlcago TrlbuIA Favorite Wedding Dy Caster Monday Is the Hungarians javorite wedding day aa It Is supposed that It Is especially fortunate for marriages and the priests are usual jy kept busy that day Tho rest of thu wctc Is filled with social xayeties and the qult oi therloI 11 oar M rsLast Is fully atoned for EASTER IN CAIRO I Observance of the Day Most Notable Event of Year In the Egyp Uan City At tho Greek church In Cairo the obI B rvance of Easter Is the most notable event of the year A traveler who at tended service thorn thus describes It A goodly portion ot the early sorv Ice was conducted within the farther depths of the altar behind tho Iconoetas Iss There was nothing In right but the magnificent screen but we could hear voices that seemed to come from the recesses of a cavern alternately chanting and Intoning In strange unfamiliar accents purlng this part ot the service the church was dimly lighted and the curt ously garbed figures moving through the gloom In the body of Uie church seemed singularly weird and uncanny At a given moment the lights were turned up andeach person in the audience lighted his candle The great dome reflected the myriads of lights until our eyes were almost blinded by the sudden glareAt this point the golden door In the center of the iconoitasis opened and there came forth from tho holy of holier Into which no layman may enter a pageant of Bomtbarbarlo splendor A herald with staff In head and wearing tie dress of the native Greek cleared the way Ills short white kilt stood out like the gauze skirts of a balletdancer he wore coarse whit stockings gar tered above the knee and a richlyeui broldered zouavejacket Boys carrying incense burners pre coded the patriarch who was followed by acolytes and other ecclesiastical dignitaries all in full canonicals and each carrying a lighted candle The vestmentssot the venerable were gorgeous with gold embroider and precious stones Some of the dignitaries earned palm branches In their hands Of the two who were ear the end of the procession one carried an icon sacred picture the frame richly set in jewels which he turned to the audience for veneration while tho other held In his hand a large Bible set with precious stones Forth from the royal door they came through the center of the church and with slow and measured step made their way Into the courtyard a mag nlflcent spectacle The dignitaries gath ered about the reading desk while the patriarch recited tho liturgy under the starlit skyThe Pilgrim AN EASTER REMEMBRANCE Pretty Booklet Which Can Be Made by Any Girl for Friend at Very Little Coat A pretty Easter remembrance can bo made fn the shape of a booklet containing an appropriate o helpful poem for your friend Theso booklets may be made in two ways The leaves and cover may be made desiredthmcord or narrow ribbon and tied in a knot at the back Or they may be cut into pages Instead of leaves holes punched at the back about an inch from the edge and a ribbon run through and tied Cut sheets of the tinted paper to the shape and size you with your book Unruled tinted note paper wholly out ot place for correspondence may be used to ad vantage as It Is already of a suitable size Other paper may be cut la long narrow sheets to be fastened at one end The poem is to be written or typewritten using as many pages as desired but only one side ot tho pa per The booklets cord at the stores are good models of bow ranch or how little to put on a page Select a picture or several ot them suitable to the poem and mount them on pages of the same size From fancy board cut a cover a little larger than the pages On the front oftbe cover a picture or An Easter greeting DlndI with ribbons Florence Marian Crltch low In the Womans Home CompaQ ion A DUCK OF AN EASTER BONNET Easter in Mexico A native Mexican Easter is a curl ous exhibition ot Ignorance and super stltlaa The people delight IB pro censtons and la weird ceremonies At vartau places they enact passion plaza which are very real to the Indiana The characters in the play teallienmon occurrence for a man to volun toes to be crucified and actually to allow his Mooted countrymen to per fort the awful act The volunteer was a criminal who if he came out of the ordeal alive received a full and tree pardon It not Infrequently happened that the man was killed for he was made to his lara toward the tall of a mule vwalle tphowling moll was privileged to best him with sticks and stoats SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Jesus Power Over Disease and Death International Sunday School Lesion for April 15 LESSON TEXTLuke 7117 Memory verted 14 IL- OOLD1iN TEXTJeiua laid unto her I am the resurrection and the UteJolm 1121TJMEBame a last lenon the summer of A D 28 In the middle ot the second fear of Jeiui ministry- PLACICCapernaum on the northern shore ot the Lake of Qalllte and Naln a town southwest of Capernaum seven miles from Nazareth tSCRIPTURAL REFERENCESH the references to Capernaum Matt 411 II 11 11 911111721122 Mark 116 fi 214 John 441 617 2471 Compare tbe miracle for a Qentlle with that for another Gentile the Byrophenlclan Matt 152123 Mark 72410 Compare the miracle at Naln with the raising of Jalrut daughter Matt 2J25 Mark BM42 Luke 14964 and with the raisin of Lazarus John 1L Contrast It with the resurrection miracle of Elijah 1 Kings 17U23 and of Elliha 2 Kings 412 17 Compare It with the raising of Dorcai Acts W42 and of Eutychui Acts 20712 Comment and Suggestive Thought VI When He had ended all lib sayings Those of the Sermon on the Mount V2 And a certain centurions servant This centurion was a heathen by birth v 9 and was probably In the service of Antlpas International Critical Commentary Ali Palestine was under Roman military govern ment this centurion was probably connected with the garrison at Caper naum Who was dear unto him The adjective does not necessarily Im ply an affectionate relation between the master and the servant though such may well have existed V 3 And when be heard of R V concerning Jesus Christ had already worked many wonderful mira des and spoken many wise sayings I- nC peruaum so that the centurion had the best foundation for his faith He sent unto Him the elders of the Jews Leading representative men V 4 Besought Him Instantly K V earnestly as in tho phrase continuing instant In prayer V 5 For he loveth our nation This Gentile soldier found in the Jews a purity reverence simplicity and nobleness ot life which he had not found elsewhere l can Plumptre- V 6 Then Jesus went with them baying according to Matthew I will come and heal him As they drew near to tho house the centurion sent friends to Him with another message I am not worthy that Thou sbouldost enter under my roof This feeling of unworthiness way due partly 1 to his own consciousness ot sin and partly 2 to his knowledge of the Jewish feeling that as the houses of Gentiles were unclean entrance Into them and still more familiar fellowship would defile Edershelm V 7 Say In a word Literally servantr strument with which the healing Is to take place Instead of Jesus coming In personint Crlt Com I V S For I also like Jesus but in another sphere am a man set under authority etc He means I also though a very humblo person in the army under the authority of more Im portant officers still have a over a body of men who do as I bid them ImpUcltlyI V 9 He marveled at twice do we dead in tho Gospel that the Saviour marveled once at the un belief of Ills fellow citizens at Nas areth Mark 68 once at the faith of this heathen Van Oosterzee V 10 And thoy that were sent Christs message through them to the centurion was As thou hast believed so be It done unto thee Matt 813 Found the servant whole V 11 Tho day after R V soon afterwards lIe went Into a city I called Naln A small town 25 miles to the southwest- V 12 When he came nigh to the gate ot the city Nearly all towns and villages were surrounded by walls as a defense against marauders Be hold there was a dead man carried out The bier on which the body was borne was In the caSo of the poor I er classes n simple board supported on two poles There was no coins the corpse was simply covered with a large clothAbbott- V 13 The Lord A title first used by Luke In this place perhaps because In this miracle Christ showed Himself lupremely the Lord ot life and death V 14 And Ho came and touched the bier Of wickerwork The body lay with its face turned up uncovered and Its hands folded on the breast Kdcrshelm V 15 And he that was dead The spectators were sure that he was dead for they were carrying him out to bury him V 1C And there camo a tear on all U V And fear took hold on all A great prophet Is risen up atnonft us They might have thought of Elijah and tho widow of Sarepta of Ellsha and the lady ot the not far distant Shunem FHimr V 17 And this rumor n V report of Him went forth It would spread tike wlldnre far and wiuo Jot Greek Test Lessons from Miracle at Naln One of the blessed suggestlpns of the miracle Is the arrival of Christ just at that time Our life Is like a game of anagrams In which the letters of words are thrown Into a jumble Only God knows how to arrange them and spell out the meaning for us God wants worded prayers but often as at Naln lie answers tho silent petitions of our griefs our seeds our desires lea 6524 What Christ Rind to the mourning widow Ho says to x1 who are w rn Jown with sorrow Weep sot r SURE HARBINGER OF SPRING An Infallible Sign Is the Sassafras Tea of tho Country Grand mother Why some people put their money on tho groundhog when seeking signs of the coming of spring Inever knew said a man wise In his own conceit For a good many years I have read about the boy with a top or with mar bles as being surer harbingers of tho vernal season than the advent of the robin or the budding of Uw crocus but I dont put more faith la either than In the groundhog I have seen boys spinning tops In New York for the last three months Of outIrun To see tops how getting The marble In tho city Is not a sign of bluebirds Not by a long flight And I dont know when I ever saw a boy roll a hoop In Manhattan That used to be a sign of spring The city boy of course knows noth ing about resurrecting fish bait In the country the first fishing worm Is a sure pointer that the backbone of winter bas been strained- It Is In the home in the country where there is a watchful grandmother and several children that the best sign of spring Is found I do not know where the grandmother getn her prescience but It is unerring At the very first rising of the sap in fact before vegetation feels the first thrill of renewing life the grandmother has the intimation When she makes sassafras tea then Indeed do you know that spring IB nigh- Occasionally you will find a street peddler In the city with bunches of sassafras bark for sale and you may have noticed that such peddlers are not tpoI on the streets Is always a motherly looking woman with an apron and a bonnet that is never seen In tho shops or a paternal looking Individual who has chin whiskers Country appearances and sassa eras go together If I were making a book on the weather spring weatherI would hike to the country and wait for the grand mother tb steep her sassafras for tea Then I would jump back to the city and make predictions that would causo the weather man to quit his job and find other means of livelihood WOMANS EXTRAVAGANCE Set Forth in Writing by One Who Must Have Been a Man Long Ago An antiquary was chuckling over an article on extravagance In dress A man wrote this Ill warrant ho said Men are always writing such things See what a man wrote In 1G30 of a cer talc Miss Phrasers gown And ho read from his notebook Tala lovely rich gown of the beat brocade much bejewelled and embroid ered cost t330 It frights Sir Cave Scroope who is much in love with her from marrying her saying his estate will scarce maintain her in clothes He turned another page Mm de Montespan he read wore at a great court festival a gown of gold on gold embroidered In gold bordered with gold and over that a gold frieze stitched with a certain gold which makes the most divine stun Imaginable But why deck out the hu man form with such ruinous extrava gance Crushing a Doubter CustomerYou guarantee your candy to be pure and wholesome I suppose Confectioner Its a good deal purer and wholesomer than this ragged old greenback youve handed moChi cago Tribune Soaks In What makes founders get his head shampooed so often T Hes on the water wagon and theres brandy In the shampoo De troit Free Press MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati April II CATTLWFalr to tood H B 00 teary steers Ii Ii S5 cAIVNS Mxtra 10- 0ItuuSChoice packer C 40I t U Mixed tuckers 6 640 sUlKKPKxtra Ii 676 AMIISHprlnir 12 13 00 IIJttlJ rhfpatent 4 50 UaX7 j 89 nNNo 2 mixed U 44ATSNu mixed J 344- tt lNo 2 C7 6- 2Iet No S spring lIS S3 I A V Choice timothy IS 75 IIjJt to orK CIrur mess fll 75 AIU Prime team S 00 tt 15 Kit Choler 18 ivijif orMmr dairyi 2- 8P1F8Claalce I fo OTATOH8IVr bush 75 U IiO 01300mlCHICAGO lOtill Winter patent 340 56190 UHATNo 2 red 844 p bC i 3 red 74 50 DUN No 2 mixed 44V 4- 4tt 214NoriKKMew prime 1805- A Ul110 111 Prime steam O 5 5214 NEW TOme llURWlnter patent t 900 426 6764uitNNoMTSNo 2 mixed M 4- rlVeeternmtxed 3C 76- 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1111111111111111111111111111 Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOU- RCES1ttet tttTII 1 1 Those of pur subscribers whoa names are bluemarked will pleas come in and see us The next thing will be something else We are not publishing a paper for fun alone We must pay large bills everymonth and to do so we must have money from our subscribers Mr Thomson will preach an Easto sermon on Sunday morning Miss Bessie Harrison is quite ill with congestion of the lungs follow gripMrs Bratchor on the Five Mile Pike opposite the old Azbill stand is quite ill with lung trouble the reo suit of measles Borea druggists had better see to it that their stock of witch hazel anc arnica is replenished by the 21st of this month Dr J 1y Williams has moved to the Dug oung property on Pros pect Street where he can be fount with a full stock of medicine See the College Farm Ad of fertilizers Those wishing to ImrchaseI should consult tho one in tho College Farm Mr John Munsey and family lef for Colorado where they will make their home for a time The change was made on account of the health of Mr Munsey Mrs Rome Torrid of Blue Lick was backed off from the Silver Creel bridge bya balky horse on Saturday and severely though not dangerously injured The buggy was wrecker but the horse broke the harness and escaped the fall Miss Fox of Narrow Gap wh has been at the hospital for soim time is now at Mr Hudsons Mrs Fox has just heard of the death of a Ion in Toledo O This is the second death in Mrs Foxs family within tho last few months Mrs Gamble left Wednesday morning for Chicago where she will visit relatives and friends Mrs Gamble will also visit relatives in other places in Illinois before return ing Mr Doe the old Berea barber has closed his shop and is now working for H M Racer at the Berea Barber tie will be glad to see his oldcustomers at his now place Mr B T Taylor well known in Berea is about removing from Brass field up into Knott county Mr Taylor expects to teach in Letcher county this year A woman in Louisville after a stay of a month in Manchester for study of the problem is lecturing on the women of tho Mountain Country We would respectfully suggest to that woman that there are others- J P Bicknell has sold an shaped tract on Chestnut street for a Methodist church and parsonage It is located just beyond the new Jones Cos store No further particulars are at hand but the report is that quite a fine set of buildings will be erected Mr Scale has rented tho house recently vacated by Mr John Mun seyand family Mrs Jones is putting up a fine lookingstore building on the lot recently purchased by her on Chestnut street By the way the other end of town is looking up Thero is a lawyers office down there too This end must either see or call Thero was quite a run on the drugstores for arnica and witch hazel after the ball game of Saturday last The demand lasted for some two or three days and fears were expressed that the supply would prove inade quate But our enterprising mer chants with their usual foresight had provided for the emergency Mrs Houghton gave an illustrated talk on the Holy Land at the Parish House on Saturday night last She also spoke at night Chapel Sunday Mrs Houghton has some very inter esting views and speaks understand ingly of them Two ordinances of interest to the citizens of Berea were introduced and had their first reading at the Council Meeting this week One introduced Councilman B H Gab cbange11fromother introduced by Councilman Os borne was to have all gates opening on to the sidewalks made to swing in Tho passage of this last will prevent much vigorous language by those who pass along tho walks after dark The editor of the Citizen has made arrangements whereby he is enabled to give a years subscription of The Southern Home a dollar magazine published in Louisville to every sub scriber to the home paper who will up his subscription to a date at least six mouths ahead This offer is for a limited timo and all who wish to takeadvantage of it should come In at once Remember this is for old subscribers only New subscribers will receive the beautiful picture premiums as long as they last A man may use the mole of the back of his neck for a collar button he may ride a freight to save three cents a milo he may light the lamp with a splinter to save matches he maystop his watch at night to save wear use a period for a semicolon- to save ink and pasture his grand mothers grave to save hay but a man of this kind is a scholar and a gentleman compared toithe man who i will take a newspaper and when asked to pay for it put it back in the postoffico marked Refused ExchangeMr H Royston was In the Citizen office this week and reports a very successful school at Cedar Miff a settlement of colored people near Brassfield Mr Royston says rroeperouscircumstances owning their own places Oue man air 0 C Chadwell has a farm of 150 acres well stocked with cattle and horses beside a store that carries a 1400 stock of dry goods and groceries Another tnnn In the neighborhood has a good farm of 80 acres well stocked and well tilled and others art prospering We nre glad to receive such news from tbllt community THE ANNUAL EXERCISE j Of r Rhetorical Class Held in Chapel Tuesday Night Was Great Success LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE Enjoyed Every Number on the Pro ExprenILions by Quartet and Soloists The annual exercises of the B1 Rhetorical Class was given Tuosda night to an attentive and interests audience Only twelve members of tho class appeared and these were uot necessarily the best but were such as had been chosen on nccouti of other considerations Promptly at 715 Prof Dodge the teacher of tin class called the assemblago to only with prayer There was music by the orchestra then Chas F Bender of Edinburg 0 delivered an oration on The Tendency Toward Peace The thought of this was good but on account of poor enunciation a large portion of what was said was lost to audienceFrancis Clark of Berea then spoke on The Age of Arbitration This was a fine production and was delivered with a force and clearness that left little lacking The only criticism heard was on a tendency ol the speaker to talk with his head This should be overcome by Mr Clarkas nn obstacle to his perfect success as a speaker Miss Bessie lays then stepped forward and without a manuscript delivered what if she were not a girl would have been scheduled as one of tho best rations on the program Miss Has Line it in her to make an effectheI speaker Mr Clifford A Britton of Dayton Ohio then recited Totes Monument a quite affecting selec lion with much dramatic force The train of voice necessary to fill the hall was quite evident however amiI suggested the advisability of the speakers giving some attention to voice cultivation Miss Ethel Putnam then snug and I Shall Hear very gmtificaIwould have liked an encore Her nan Frenger of Amelia Ohio fol owed with an oration entitled Our National Curse This was taken ItIII he use of intoxicating beverages andalthough the thoughts were lot new they were quite strikingly ixpressed and the speech was wellI lelivered Miss Lorn Hitter of Villa Grove Illinois followed with another speech essay so called entitled The Evil and Its Curse This was writ ton in what seemed blank verse tho rerhaps not intended for such by the author and was quite well delivered ho there was an evident need for oice culture on tho part of the peaker Alfred Meese of Boston Ohio then gave his report of a Specimen Meeting of B Rhetor cal written in flowing Hudibrasian anguago but delivered with an air hat made his audience doubt if the speaker is able to force a laugh The pemonal1tltR in the speech made it quite interesting especially to tho student body Rollo Hoffman of Lieipsic Ohio who hand been the pecial object of Mr Mooses wit hen folllowed with an oration on Laughter In this he plead for pore laughter and jollity but in a cry sober almost sad manner The ration was worthy of a little brighter delivery Mr Hoffman should give more attention to the theory the aud gestureI Not Ye received as tho Professors solos always are Tben Miss Cora Marsh varied the program by an ingenious and imagi ative Glance Into the Future in which she gave her ideas of what the members of the class would be doing twenty years hence The essaywas vidently full of personal hits which were much enjoyed by the students resent Chas M Fulkerson of lenia Ohio delivered an oration on Our Policy for the Western Terri pries in which ho discussed the treatment of Oklahoma and Indian Territory New Mexico and Arizona the present Congress It was a suestionberation of the arguments against sop arate statehood for the two last tho fear that by making them separate states there would be made two more ocket states to go with Nevada The style of the speaker was somewhat Jerky which detracted from what would otherwise have boon a very meritorious performance Clyde tillwell of Bellulre Ohio delivered u eulogy upon Robert E Leo which WitS heartily enjoyed In spite of a rather youthful plea for tho exploded theory of stato rights onco held by Southern statesmen Miss Bertha Mitchell closed tho program so far as the ntudenta wore concerned with a recitation of Chat dies and Cynthia Miss Milche was tho only one of tho speakers who seemed to have much of an idea or gesture mid sho used her power to good tho rather exaggerated lTect Tho recitation was well rendered tho not to the point of obscuring tho effect of the speaker a better work in the contest last week An ofiectiv quartet consisting of Misses Putuui and Livengood and Messrs liigb and Merton then sang 0 Rostlef Sea and the assembly was dismiiu ed with a benediction by Professr Dodge FOR KVKHVIIOUV A Great Munlrjil Tret- A Freo Concert will bo given at the Chapel next Tuesday night by the Glee Club and Orchestra Tho program will be of a varied and pop ular character which will bee joyed byallThe entertainment is free and but two requirements will bo made of all who come They must be on halld promptly the doors will be opouei at 7 and closed at 730 Besides this the audience will be required to he quiet Und attend to the music Thos who would come to visit please sta-g away The ViMl Omro There has been quite an era of good feeling in Berea the past wool reganling our post office Mr Samuel Hansons term expires next winter and a little agitation brought uj tho question of tho next term Mr Elisha Robinson who has been nssls tant postmaster for more than two terms quite naturally wanted tit place and it soon appeared that Mr Hanson and practically all tit patrons of the office wanted him to have it In fact this appointment seemed to please all ortie who might reasonably bo consulted in th matter and petitions and letters wil go to Washington which will probd bly mako the decision of President and Senato an easy one College lx rali The Y W 0 A will give a social in Saturday night at the Vesper lour in tho East Parlor of Ladies Flail when lemonade and cake will be served All ard invited Social privileges The proceeds are tags to missions The plasterers are at work on the ibrary and it is now possible to tm something of what the inside will be- like when completed- Dr Hubbell was In Louisville the arty part of the week on Y M 0 A justness The Annual Conference of Public School Superintendents and private schools will be hold at the College next week A quite full attendances expected The Conference Ixtgiui Thursday evening The workmen expect to be through with tho work on the Chapel this week Mr Ira L McLaren of Lancaster Kywas n visitor Tuesday Mr Mo Laren was a student of the College or three years in the 00s Miss Anna Leavitt who has for the past year boon in the homo of Dr Pearsons of Chicago returned to 3erea Tuesday Mr Bierly tho new farm superin endent arrived with his wife and tires children on Tuesday Mr Jierly comes from Pennsylvania He will live In tho Form Superinten tents house and Mr Flanery will novo to Gilbert Cottage The annual meeting of tho Assoqia ion of Kentucky Colleges will bo hold In Lexington next Saturday Several opresentatives of the Colloge will tttond Frost goes Fri lay as a judge iu tho oratorical con est Friday night GeorgeIown of their own College than ever before Mr Worthen who has been horn or the last throe years leaves today for his home in West Lebanon N H 110 will visit there a few weeks be ore going to Norfolk Conn where he is to oversee the putting In of a argo steam plant The host wishes of all go with Mr Worthen Tho College is ordering a now lock of automatic telephones and the xchange will soon be enlarged Tho Students Excursion is ached iled for Friday the 27th Arrange vents have been made whereby flh lents can make this excursion in a special train at an expense lot faro of 200 It expected that a Mr Cookof Chicago will speak at Chapel Sun lay night- On Wednesday night of next week the Orchestra and Gleo Club will givo a free concert at thochapol TO CUUK A COLD IN ONK DAT Teke LAXAT1VK BROMO Quinine Tablet refund mooe7If It fllto cure K W- IROvn9lgolute U OB etch box aye GrandSodaFountainS Opening Wednesday April 18th we hold our annual Fountain Opening an event you cannot afford to miss The entire soda sales that day will be donated to the Y M C A of Berea Y M C A boys will be in full charge of the Fountain Come enjoy yourself and help the cause The Porter Drug Co ncroroaitED +o +o +o+o +oo+o+o +o +o +o +o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o +o +n+o+o At the UptoDate Grocery ===YOU CAN BUY the v ry best and freshest goods I got them fresh two or times a week no stuff that hat been on hand Ithrea Standard Sugar Corn00Fir- eproof Oil 12 Flour 60 Very Best Flour65Bwt Navy Beans 04 x tDrownSugar 04 t I sell a comploto lino of tinware all kinds of staple and fancy groceries hardware hay all kinds seed potatoes and mill feed Prompt delivery to all parts of ci- tyWULOGSDONi Prop I o+o +o+0o 000o 00+o +o+0o+o +o 00+o+ 00+ 7 i Furniture is a NecessityY- ou must have it to make our home or room look and feel comfortableIfor the winter There is no better to buy than now and we have j4the things you need Kitchen Din ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed room Suites Desks Carpets Window i6Shades Pictures etc LOUIS 0 LESTERNext to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 93 EEEeee eee I I 0S0OSOOOOosoSollooeoSOIOSOSo oso O oiooIOS0 oeoIo o o I o Spring is hereIand andi everybodywants new and UP to date goods iwe have them Consisting of suits for men and g Shoes at all prices for men women and tr children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens and- o o boys hats of latest styles and a full line of mens g and womens furnishing goods Call and see our o spring goods before buying o Our golden rule Treat your customers right Iif you expect their future patronage o o o I The New Cash Store iRlIODUS GREEN k CO PROPRIETORS o o iQ a oao 0a0S0S NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER T All Important Happenings Tim Have Recently Transpired Throughout tho World t J tEVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movements of Governmurit Officials and Other Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted New From the Coal Fields Proposal of the state board of arbi tration of Illinois to adjust tho prop ent coal minors strike by arbitration met with tho disapproval ot the m acreIArbitration Is proposed by the an k thraclto misers whoso general scale committee held another session wll the representatives ot tho operators In New York The idle miners ask that the conciliation board created by the strike commission act as arbltra- i too with Judge George Gray ot Dole ware or any person bo inky appoint as chairman of umpire t At a largely attended meeting of coal mine operators of the Springfield Mil district It was unanimously do tried not to sign the 1902 wage scale Congressional Item Tho urgent deficiency bill was amended BO AS to provide for more del ol tea to Uio next Panama congress and as amended wu passed by tho senate The house committee on Indian af fairs authorized a favorable report on the Burke bill providing for tho allot tent and distribution of Indian tribal funds Those fund aggregate nO 000000 In Uio senate McCumber introduced several amendments to the railroad rate bill One provides a penalty three time as great u the rebate allowed in each case Miscellaneous Items General Overseer Vollva of Zion ffty fll7 announces that John Ale ander Dpwlo deposed head of the ZIon hurch will accused of tho follow Inn Extravagance of the most shame nil kind misrepresentation exaggera ton mliwanagombnt polygamous teachings In private tyranny loins lice and Indiscretion Mr Dowle be fore tho ecclesiastical court which wll try him will bo sinn every opportu city to moot every charge and to make reply Attorney acting for Wilbur Glenn Vollva tho acting general overseer of the Christian Catholic Apostolic Church atKlon City III flied for rec ord in Cook county a bill of sale trans ferring to Alexander Granger tho prop erty ot the church Its Institutions an industries together with all ot tho por sonal property of John Alexander Dow II wherever situated John Alexander Dowlo tho first apostlo of tho Christian Catholic church of Zion City III left Mexico City with his party for Chicago whore lift flU confront the Zion leaders who attempted to revolt against himDr Dowlo woo In good health and spirits and Indignant at the conduct of tho tern who according to loiters ID his Ic4IHIHIlon were professing loyalty to him franco 1II conBttnat slxgreat ships iI formldabloas The British battleship iireadnaught Mrs noojovelj and h children sail W on board Iho govern 4m nt jaebtMMayflower for the United atc having uti thou Intention Sr t1iitlVortoRleo cho l llt ll ltnlfta Xlllllaallll1l come mission departed tom St Louis oh tnspcctarlonOrleans Secretary Root has decided to no eayt till Invitations given him by tho ifsldopt diplomatic representatives ot jlfiUlh American countries 16 extend lItlt project odfljlp Rio eo as to cir fI1n of lh America and to Visit BucnosfAyroSfiMontoYidCj San tiago de Chile and Lima +B C Swift Chicago a member of tho packlngflrm of Swift Co Chicago died nt the XJulncjvlunipo Infusion where he engaged rooms weeks ago Pneumonia was I of death more mon trapped In the ourrlcres mine France March 10 25 1U5 ago were taken ouyiicarly dead t hOY had turned and caton lie bottles ot their comrades They tad been entombed for 25 days r Tho stcanior Moanla which arrived 5ftt Honolulu reported that 121 per hurrlff Jld tho neighboring Islands wTha buslnqss portion of the tows ot j Biltiarc waif destroyed by firo C Jlfteen store houses and business es tabllshmonta wore consumed WJHIaiif Pjorce on behalf of Joe Walcoif Mas hcccplod a match with Too Cans for tho welterweight cham jilanshjtfoftnQ world April r711 tho fiitV Vot bout Baltimore passenger train from Stdloulatforow York ran into- tIf f c or a fev Cfs east of Swantpn Md Engineer George W Hlloywas killed Secretory of State William N Olin uspcfldodtho license of the Melropol flan Coal Co of Boston which had 1 been charged with fixing extortionate prices on coal since tho coat strike J movement was inaugurated Gen Von Maok the Russian repre sentative of the ROIl Cross has Just returned to Moscow from Japan He declares that tho Japanese arc active ly engaged In war preparations and ho adds that it is evident that tho enemy In vlow is America and that operations aro bolng planted against tho Philip pluo Islands tSenator Dopow hasbean in retire ment In Westchostor county Now York Ills physician states that his condition precludes tho possibility ot life return to tho senate during this sessionJohn Thompson claimant ot th welterweight championship knocked out Otto Sloloff In eight rounds before tho Young Deans Gymnastic club Now Orleans Oov Pattlson who has been 111 for sumo time was removed from his r Idonco In Columbus 0 to a In Cincinnati whore ho will remain temporarily under treatment Prince Von Buolow Gorman nba collor was overcome with a fnlntln carIniclana revived him later Joseph 0 Cannop speaker ot the house has addressed a totter to W Ed 11ward Wells president of the United States Potters association In which ho says thata revision of tho tariff t sure to como Dr W C Gorgas chief sanitary offl cor of tho canal zone has submitted a report to tho Isthmian canal commis sion for February which shows a sick rate ot 20 for each 1000 ot tho 23000 canal employes Many persons woro killed and others dangerously Injured by the collapse of the Hotel Zum Hlrschen Nagold Ocr many Tho building had not been ful ly completed and the catastrophe is attributed to tho nonobservance ot proper precautions A festive dinner was In progress at tho tlmo of the ac cident Fiftyfive bodies havo been iornrorod and 100 Injured were take tom the ruins Twenty persons ell are missing and probably are dead Congress must decide whether tho United States needs a now national air Business failures In tho United States for Uio week ending April number 161 against 170 in tho Ilk week ot 1905 In Canada failures wet 17 against ZSa year ago Dr C A Snodgrass health comet stoner ot St St Louis died from pneu manIa A week beforo he completed oxpneumonia which he was to rend fore a society of physicians and half an boar later pneumonia developed Peace U now assured In tho miners fieldss of Western Pennsylvania are concern ed The organization bt tho Indopcnd ent operators who were holding out against granting tho advance demand od by tho minors at a meeting decid ed to give up the struggle and will sign tho scale Senator Russell A Alger 10 very 111 at ale homo In Detroit Mich lie an flounces that he will not bo a candi date to succeed himself In the senate next January wetshot and killed while going from home to an outbuilding at Grconsburg Pa At the extraordinary ago of 123 years Mrs Phllo Rogen a negro woman died at her home In Chicago Tho Joint conference ot Michigan ml non with tho operator will bo hold In Bay City probably on Tuesday April 17 A proposition made by President Winder ot the bituminous coal operators association to submit the between tho operators and tho minors to arbitration wai the subject ofmuch discussion among operators In tho mInIng regions Tho Inhabitants of tho villages In the vicinity ofMt Vesuvius are In a condition bordering on punlo A stream of lava 200 feet wIde Is pour from the crater and a flame fully ltfbo feet In height leaps Into the air lug masses of molten stone some weighing a ton are ejected from tho craterOno hundred printers wore discharged by Public Printer SUIHifes ti1Prea son assigned bolng lack Of vrprkv The state department has received an additional 25000 from tho Chris thin Herald of Now York for tbore Mot of famine sufferers In Japan This makes a total ok 150000 raised by that paper Owing it Is said to decreased trot fte on account of the coal strike ltq0 men employed in tho shops of tho Boa ton Albany division of the Naw- ePendedYork Central railroad was au Benjamin If Ellis of PeorIa Ill was declared heir to onehalf tho estate of 600000 of Miss Susan Ellis Murjjock of Carver Mass Dr John F Anderson who was sent to Reedy Island to Investigate a case of supposed bubonic plague was unable to announce a decision but Surgeon General Wyman says tho In dications are Very strong that tho caso Is bubonic plague Three men were cremated at Keyser W Va In a railroad wreck caused by fireman who was acting as engineer getting scared pulling tho throttle open and JumpIngIThe Dealings tcamcra Virginia Lake with 30000 seals on board the AI gorlno with 10000 and tho Kite with 8000 have Arrived jxt St Jpbns N F As n result atthe coal strlkoJho Britt Light Heat and Power Co of Britt Ia4Ip usng hay at Uper ton as fuel Charged with embezzlement in con nectlun with thjj failure of tho Tle- sSmItllbxnkoPokln I on April 2 D C Smith presldcnt Mhe bank COnrad lUppo cashier and Habbo Veldo lienI ry Block dmd1 Unland partners In he uoetcorp wore airc3tod at PeorIA Ill TUe jury In the PaytonWrJght mur der ease at Fairmont W Va failed for the second time to agro upon a verdict and the Jury was discharged M Slcptzoff governor of tho Pro video of Tver Russia was assassinat ed on the streets with a bomb Benjamin Wlstar Morris bishop ot the Protestant Episcopal church for the diocese of Oregon pled at Portland Ore + John F Duffy 40 a tailor shot and killed himself In a lodging houso at Kansas City oA L iloch CO traveling man ados residence li in Worcester Mass shot hlisolt at Kansas City Attorney General Hartley of Mis sour Is pronounced by his physician to be on the sure road to recovery PlttetFlvo survivors ot tho coasting steam er W L Trick which they abandoned Yarg slowarty perience The Ohio operators met in Clove land and scored President Robbins of the Plttsburg Coal Co for hiss secret understanding with John Mitch ell at the Indianapolis conference and pledged themselves to stand pat on a refusal to grant the miners wage ad vanes Little Miss Gwendolyn Field 4 years old the daughter ot the late Marshall Field Jr was operated on at the Now York hospital for appendicitis New Yorw hospital for appendicitis A now Hungarian cabinet headed by Dr Alex Wekerlo as premier was formed at VlennlITho Moroccan convention was sign ed at Algcclras and the conference ad journed sine die French general labor federation askedIlstrlko until an elght hour day is grant edThe International postal congress queenG Wo glue got Ilea opened and Jumped The engine crashed Into a string of cabooses In which throe men were sleeping The wreckage caught fire and the throe men were cremated Seventysix more cases of typhojd fever was reported to the PltUburg bureau of health This Is tho greatest number recorded in one day In nine lfearsgK Representative Smyser offered an amendment to the pending postofflce supply bill appropriating 4200000 to enable rural carriers to buy horses and wagonsIJooko Briggs was found not guilty of the murder of Hans Peter son In a verdict returned after tho Jury had been out 50 minutes in a trial at Chicago John a Linn clerk ot the circuit pleadscounty by manipulating Jury pay chocks and was given an intermediate sentence In the penitentiary M SlepUoff governor of Province of Tver Russia was killed in the streets by tho explosion of a bomb The assassin was arrested The Kansas sunreme court In a de cl lon holds that The Kansas City live stock exchange is a trust and that throughsmembers of that exchange are Invalid Motions of dollars are involved The rivers and harbors committee of the house has refused the plea rorI an ice harbor at Cincinnati Boscotrocaso has been surrounded and invaded by lava and one stream IIrotorsabout 117000 was stolen in shipment betweon Georgetown British Guiana and New York i Capt Charles Sperry president ottthe naval war collego at Coasters liar bor In Nnrrapansett flay wilt shortly bo detached to act as United States naval representative at tho corning lingua conference I J BurdPtt president of the Eufalai j Rational bank merchant and ono of tho most prominent and wealthy men killed Nurses in tho Jackson sanitarium at Now Orleans have gone on strlkol because ti Negro patient WAS admitted to one of tho wards The nurses quit i la A body declaring that they did not intend to wait on Negroes While Mrs Emil F Neuman ot Ben souhurst Brooklyn sank Into p stupor under tho Influence ot an anaesthetic reparation to a Caesarean operation her anxious hufcband stood by her bedside tenderly stroking her hand Neu i man who had been up with his wife for three nights trembled when he Raw the surgical instruments Sud denly ho uttered a muffledcry and fell on tho bod across his wifes formJ Whon the startled doctors hired Neu man up ho was dead Tho Lehigh Valley railroad as a re sult ot tho present situation In the anthracite coal fields has ordered a cessation of nil Improvement work which can safely be postponed After 14 months of controversy al ways of an acute and often of a bitter nature between the throne and the coalition parties tho Hungarian crisis Inally has been settled Chief Burgess Thomas Tanner of Gllbcrton Pa refused tho request of is he Brookwood Anlhranlte goal Co to protect the property of tho company by assigning policemen to guard the pjace MT VESUVIUS ACTIVE Streams of Molten Lava Flow Down Its Sides Two Destructive Earthquakes Have Occurred Villages In Vicinity of Crater Deserted and Inhab itant PanlcStrlcken Vosuowas becoming calm was dissi pated Sunday when the volcano bOo came more active than ever The panic has spread to Naples Tw strong earthquake shocks which shat toted windows and cracked the wall of buildings were experienced Sunday The entire population rushed to the streets In terror many persons cry lag The Madonna has forsaken us the end of the world has come No trace romaine of Boscotrecase a communo on the southern declivity of the mountain and Torre Annun zlata en the shores of the Gulf o Naples one mllo to the southward I almost surrounded by the invading lava and has been evacuated by Its 30 000 inhabitants The people wer brought to Naples by trains street cars military carts and steamships Similar means of transportation aro being employed to bring away the pie from Torre del Greco The lice and carbineers are guarding tho abandoned houses and several mom hers of the government also are there A telegram received from the may or of San Sebastlano a village the observatory on the northwest d clivity of Vesuvius says the lava i approaching rapidly and that the plo aro terror stricken They have been for nights without sleep h says and are destitute and beg the assistance b given them The work of succor Is hampered ow- Ing to delays to the railway service which Is interrupted by redhot stones fallIIngcraters that have opened and from j which srteams of lava have flooded the beautiful and prosperous districts on j the southeast shores ot they Gulf ot Naples becomingmorefames and smoke while the hot ashes I makenfeSHOW LOYALTY TO VOLIVA Vast Crowd Gathered at the Taber nacle In Zion City Sunday ZIon City IIITlle people of Zion City heard their former loader John Alexander Dowle denounced from the pulpit in Shiloh tabernacle I Sunday and they approved of it or at least as many of them as could crowd Into that vast meeting house signi tied their willingness to follow General Overseer Vollva ZIons new lead 9r told of Dr Dowlas alleged mis deeds and the more bitter and scath lag his words ot denunciation tho more general end enthusiastic was the approval of his listeners When after denouncing Dowle as a apendthrlft liar and a traitor to his trust and his people Overseer Vollva suddenly demanded a decision of the audience as to who should bo their future leader the six thousand people in the tabernacle arose as one person and signified their willingness to follow Vollva to tho end hadJloen orZionditcd as his own experience that ho had been compelled to keep himself and a family of five on 50 a month and that of this he had been compelled to turnover a tenth in tithes to the church San Antonio ToxDr Dowlo and his party left Sunday night shortly before 8 oclock for St Louis The train Was delayed at San Antonio and this was taken advantage of by tho local Zlonltcs who arranged a meeting at which Dr Dowie wasforI speak The meeting was secret In nature for the Zionists feared if general public became aware that tho apostle was to deliver nm address tge halls would not hold too audience who would como to hear him As It tlDplolWasvenerable leader was to make his ap pearance I Russia Big Loan St Petersburg It was positively stated Sunday that n loan ot be tween = 200000000 and 350000000 has been arranged Finance Mlnlstov Kokovsoff has gone to Paris to con elude the negotiations Details of tho loan lira not Edwin availableIBeverly Mass Tho funeral of Edwin C Swlth ot the term of Swift Co the Chicago meat puckers who died Thursday in tho Quincy house In ton from pneumonia was held at Beverly Fauns The honorary pallbearers r were 50 In number Robert G Proctor Surrender I BostonRobert G Proctor pri vate secretary of tho United States senator Henry CabotLodge for whoso arrest on charge ot embezzlement a warrant was Issued surrendered himself here Mr Proctor was immediately released on 1600 ball Strike Situation In Havana Havana Tho strike situation hero assuming formidable proportions Mounted policemen Sunday afternoon dispersed a mass meeting of 1000 strikers and arrested the leaders who were condemning tho local officials ij STATE NEWS HAP EIN sn1 STATE RACING COMMISSION J Gov Beckham Appoints the Member I of the Board Frankfort Ky April GGov Deck ham announced the appointment of Col V F Clay of Bourbon county Col Milton Young ot Fayette county conso great breeding in Diasor and Louis Descognets of Lexington widely known business men as memo bers of tho Kentucky slate racing com mission provided for by the China bill and adopted at tho recent legislative session No one of the appointees has received his commission as represen tative of any racing association oper whlclillroposedlito by the breeders to put the bill through I for their benefit and he is spoken of for chairman of the commission The AprPaU TUCKER MURDER CASE Absence of Prosecutor and Attorney Postponementa sCovington Ky April 5in the fed oral court Ip this city a motion was made for a continuance of tho case ot oatt county It Is said that the man came by his death in resisting arrest by the officers on a charge of operating an Illicit whisky still in tho mountains of county It developed that lie I Ilhat the commonwealths attorney of Pike county nor State Attorney Gen oral Hays were present to prosecute the case tho only prosecutor being an wasIany a case except tho commonwealths at torn e and possibly tho attorney general ALLEGED CORRUPT WORK I Grand Jury Will Investigate the Ac LobbyistsIFrankfort Ky April 7Ahlng under orders given by Circuit Judge Stout the grand Jury of Franklin county began an investigation of ru more current here during the las week of the regular session of the general asjiqmbly of corrupting work of lobbyists against the measure proposing to place a tax upon rectified whisky Tho members of the staff of a local paper were questioned by the jury and gave information which will result In a number bt persons from out in the state being summoned to come hero and tell what they may know Will Fight New Law Louisville Ky April 7It Is no believed that instead of leaving the Etutebecauso of the rectifiers tax of li cents on each gallon of whisky made or brought into the state for branding the distillers of Kentucky will fight the constitutionality of the law Those familiar with the law however declare that It Is constitution al in every degree Lyne Going East Lexington Ky April 7Jockey Lu Glen Lyne who has spent the winter- I at his home In this county loft for New York where he will ride theJconv lug season Lyne will likely have his first mount In the east this year onI Rosebon in the Carter handicap on tho opening day ot the Acqueduct meeting IHal No Opposition Ky April hrChntr man Rbark of the Third congressional district has called a tweeting of the committee here for Saturday Aprn 14Ito nomInate a democratic candidate for congress lion James M Richardson ot Glasgow the Incumbent will have no opposition 1 Young Widow Sues Louisvlllo Ky April 5Mrs Annie Liming a young widow of this county alleges In a suit filed that she has been victimized out ot 2300 by T K Dixon under promise ot marriage She sues to recover the of real estate- whIcllshe says the defendantpurchas eel with her savings Revenue Cbllectlonsv Lawrencoburg Ky April 7At tho office of Stamp Deputy Thomas W Bell for tho month of March the reve nuo collections amounted to 198 C2S8C For the corresponding month at 1005 tho receipts wero 124ttOi95 an Increase of JCC4I793 For Franchise Tax tlcn 1Vnnkfort Ky April 7The len tucky state board of valuation aret assessment fixed the valuation upon nil public servico corporations for the purpose ot franchise taxation tor the year 1906 Only slight changes acv I made from last year Made An Assignment Cynthlena Ky April GJohn T Cummins formerly county clerk of Harrison county and d veilknown rarnermai1e an assignment to Jmrsej beItweeni OUT OF THE PARTY Republicans Read Judge MeCIIntoek Accused of Favoring Democrats Paris Ky April GAt a meeting of the county republican committee rose JudgeDparty soft forbidding him in the future to attend meetings or conferences of havYwor success tho democrats Mr McClintock for over 20 ears has been an active republican He was a member of the county committee and a candidate for county Judge In the republican pri mary He was by appointment acting postmaster and was a leading candl date for the same office at the time ot the appointment ot the incumbent Louis Earlywino He is also prom nently identified with the business in ofdrepra sontatlve of several large Insurance companies THE NORMAL SCHOOLS Governor Appoints Commission With Authority To Locate Them Frankfort Ky April 6Gov Beck ham appointed seven commIssIoners- as follows with authority to locate the two normal schools provided for by act of the general assembly at the recent session Prof Geo Payne of Pa ducah Attorney G B Edwards of Russellvllle Attorney Drill H RIck ardson of Glasgow Superintendent F A Mark ot Louisville schools i B M Arnett banker ot Nlchqlasvllle Proto John Morris of Covington and Senator Morton Watson ot Louisa The commissioners will assemble liNe April 14 next and advertise for proposals i for location got schools Rich mond and Bowling Green are leading in the competition for location Each has offered valuable property for school site FARMER KILLED BYENQINE Buggy Containing Thompson Barnes and Son Struck on Crossing fWilllamstown Ky April 7 Thomp son Barnes a prominent Grant county farmer was Instantly killed at Manns crossing near here Ho had been la Cincinnati on business and his son TheyIwere road track about a mile below town hurltIng his sun 25 feet The latter was bruised the horso kllled and the buggy demolished N After a Separation of 40 Yeah Fulton Ky April 5Aftcr belnc separated for more than 40 years C M Rutter of Fulton county and Deputy Sheriff Charles Thompson ot Union City Tenn who fought in the same company during the civil war came face to face on the crowded emotionalwColored Children Cremated Bonnlovllle Ky April GDuring the absence of Jim Dixon a colored section laborer and his Wile his duell ing took fire and was destroyed ere mating two boys aged three and six years A third child ten attempted to rescue his brothers and sustained serious injuries wJtch may cause death 1 Minister Was Arrested Glasgow Ky April 6Rev J T Pursley a Baptist minister pas been arrested on a charge of larceny Johnson Terry colored claims that Pun Icy did not turn Over td him all the money coming on an accident Insur once policy Ho denies tho charge He Is an insurance agent Will Erect a New Church WHIlamsburg Ky April 5The Baptist church congregation will build new 16000 church this spring Nearly all ot tho money Is already subscribed A New York millionaire has promised 40000 for a new recitation for Williamsburg institute It the people will build the sow church Overdose of Morphine HopJtfnsville Ky April OJohn N Pepper a prominent citizen ot Kirk munsvfllp died from the effects or an overdose of morphine taken supposedly for the purpose of relieving neural gin from which ho had been safforlng for several days Died At the Age of 95 OovfriKton Ky April 7 7Noah Way man 53 la dead He was born awl reared on tho Independence pike at a place now called Scotts Post Office about nine miles front Covlngton Wuynmn often related stories about the Indians In this county Suddenly Disappeared oitlsvllle Ky April 7Walter y Hoffman claiming to be the son of wealthy New YfarK parents bu IliaIappeared front ifs boarding house here and fears nrQ IHttrtalned for IIJ safety U is salt that o was 01X80504 to Mists Elsie Marshall Brown Horses Shipped Lexington Ky ttPr1 VTJ The rncin siring of cant W Hurry Drown was shipped to the ShecpaheaU bay track shore Trainer R Tuclor will put on cantingI 111111111 Z 11111111111111111111111111111 J II zr 11111 H- V Eastern Kentucky News no ocmpoll4Met pablitaed IIAItH triad In tall by the writer Th urns le hot tar pebaoateoa bat a u videety of Ivod filth Writs Waly c Home Rupee for CorrrnpondonU In spelling proper names name of persons or places write plainly W can guess at other things but we dont like to guess at names Try to get your correspondence in by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon at latest still something im portant bus happened we want It even if you cant get it to us before ThursdayWe the right to alter or to loavo out anything that we consider too personal or not of sufficient int erest for the majority of our readers We want correspondence from all parts of the country Let us know what is happening in your locality Sign your name to every letter you send us We will not publish your name unless you consent to it hilt must know who has written the ommuuication MADISON COUNTY mo HIM April gJim Robin of Wasioto Dell Gounty is visiting his brother iolaw Jim Bingham and family Miss Flora Green spent Saturday night with Miss Mattie Lamb Misses Lulu Isaacs and fiendie Wells and Millard Richardson are visiting home folks on Red Lick this week George Crawford has gone home now and says he Is getting along tineMrs Green visited her daugh ter Mrs Joe Alexander Wednesday Mrs Ben Boan and Miss Ettie Azbill of Kingston visited Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs M D Settle recently Bas Van Winkle is getting well and has gone home Miss Flora Green visited Miss Manerva McKeehan Wednesday Mrs Dave Garrett and Mrs Willie Rucker visited Mr and Mrs Sherid Baber and family last Tuesday Mrs Julia S Green and son Mat visited Mr and Mrs Reuben Gab bard Sunday WHITES STATION April 9The depot at this place has been enlarged and removed Mr Lee Maupin will take charge of it in a few llaysiJ W Ballard shipped carload of hogs last week Mr R L Potts and daughter Edith went to Lexington last Fri day to visit relatives thereMrs Brown spent Sunday with Mrs Geo Bartly Mra Frank Brown and children visited her sister at Paint Lick last weekMr and Mrs John Oochran and daughter Anna visited elativea at Crooksville SundayT R Maupin and family spent Sunday with O C McWilliams and family nilEVKVS April 10Walter L Green of Kingston visited friends at this place recently David Powell of Jackson county made a business trip to Rich mond ursdnyJatpes Denny and family were the guests of Alfred Harley SundayJohn and Lawrence Powell attended court at London MondayRobert Hudson of Million Ky visited relatives here reo cently Charley Smith is on the sick lint this weekC M Rawlings of Needmore purchased of J C Powell 950 worth of bay this weekKen neth Hundley of this place has moved to Hamilton 0John Morris of Jackson county visited J K Sandlin Friday and Saturday Dan Hudson and John Kelly made busi ness trip to Berea SaturdayMiss Minnie Sandlin was tho guest of Myrtle Winkler Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs Bud Rubbles a fine girl John Sandlin and George Sparks made a business trip to Rich mond Friday FM Jones andwife and Bertha Baker were the guests of W B Baker and family Saturday nightRob Spurlock and wife made a business tripto Panola Monday W P Sandlin of Richmond stayed over night with Owen Rose and fam ily Friday Martha Powell Suda Powell Flossie and Maud Baker Bertha Baker and Roy Hudson were entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs Morris Jones SundayWillie- Ogg of Brassfield visited relatives here Sunday Cash Rawlings and wife of Needmore passed through hero on their way to Berea Sunday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IIOONK April 3 Rev Joseph Hornsby preached at Fairview church Sunday We are now having some pretty spring weather and farmers have gone to work again J H Lambert went to Mt Vernon on business this YeckMrs Mattie Coyle has returned home from DereaA Wea ver from Madison county visited friends at Boone Sunday Mr Cris Woods of Conway was at J W Lamberts on business this week Mrs Daisy Lambert visited Miss Etta Lambert Monday evening Rosa Grant and children visited Mr and Mrs J J Wren Sunday and Monday Mrs Eliza Saylor who bas been visiting in this neighbor hood has returned home 0 L Wren and wife wore at J J Wrent Sunday Some of the men and boy had to go to Mt Vernon Monday OOOC1ILANI April DRov Culton of Rich mond filled his regular appointment ol Brush Creek SundayMrs Mar tha Anglin Miss Stella Phillips and little brother Homer visited friends on Clear Creek Sunday Misses Ada and Ella Dooley and Elsie were the guests of Miss Maggie Gabbard Sunday Willie Jones who has been very ill with mumps is re quitemzwere in Climax Sunday Miss Elsie Phillips returned on Saturday from Mullius Station where situ has been amongst friends and relatives Darn to the wife of J F Hampton a nice boy who will be named George i honor of George Sparks Grove Johnson at Orlando was the guest of J F Dooley Saturday nightJ- C Phillips made a flying trip to Big Hill Saturday Frank Sparks of Evergreen visited friends in Gooch land SundayAbe Anglin has seven dozen goose eggs which he says lie is going to eat Easter Sunday JACKSON COUNTY AICOUN April gWe have had more fa vorable weather the past weekand the farmers are sowing oats and do ing other farm workThe infant child of James 1 Rose died on the 7th InstE P Lainhart who died at Berea on the 2nd was buriedon the 4th at the old family grave yard near hereThe following drummers were here during the past week W R Reynolds Albert Wilson D N Welch Sam Lucas Jno W Johnson U S Moyers and Jim Jones The dwelling house of Elihu Bicknellwas destroyed by fire one night last week John Hale who has just recovered from the measles was a visitor yes terday at Coon Senters regardless of the danger that the dogs might be set on himRev Cash Van Win kle filled his regular appointment at the school house yesterday Owing to the measles scare in this neighbor hood a small crowd only was in at tendance KVliUOKKKX April 10 Everybody is cordially invited to a protracted meeting at R Robert Jones beginning Saturday April 14 It will be conducted by Rev D B Clemmons and Rev Cazz Lunsford E K Smith is prepar ing to go to Garrard county after his mules and cattle to graze them at the Humphrey place Joseph For bush gave General Martin a very hard lick in the head at Ad Roses SaturdayD Seubron has had very hard luck The hogs broke in and tore up a hundred weight of flour and in his fight with them he got bit through the leg but is getting along better nowDorn to the wife of Elbert Lake a fine girl baby Tom Morris says that a wedding at his house wont surprise himDavid Gabbard has sold a farm to Elihu Phillips Both Peter Rose and L Smithare very low at this writing CANT EAT I Whenyournerves unstrung your- appetltefatlsyouand you feel as though the bottom had drop paylorthoInflicted yourself by hastilyeaten and improper food i thoughdelicatethey resent illtreatment Dr CaldwellsLaxattoi I Syrup Pepsin k the greatest remedy in the world for stom1achIt instantly imparts new andvlgor- to these parts and them in prim lid perfect working condition Dontt wait until are in the of aOIJlar IIYourmall our CALDWELL BOOK Olf WONDEU1had tree lampl t those wbo bave never tried this troodeial na dr Do It 1 IItIllIeFor Sale by I BEREA KY Huon April UBro Parsons preaclioc at the Owsley rock school hous Friday nlghtlI18S Grace Parks wm the guest of Maggie Bongo Saturd- anightWo invite everybody to our Sunday school Sunday evening at 2 oclockMr Luther Kimberlin and Mr Curt Bongo were theguests ol W B Bongo and family Sunday J A Parks is building another roomI caughtlarge p t Bongo is visiting his brother Curt this weekMr Tom Alexander hat returned from Illinois where ho has been for some time- GARRARD COUNTY CAltTILiILLEIApril uThe little chicks have commenced to chirp at last a sure evidence that spring has comeMrs- I Clarence Green and Miss Betsy Woods visited Mrs K C Boain and daughters last Wednesday Mrs H Green visited Mrs J C Napier of Point Love lost Wednesday Mn Napier is quite sick Died last Saturday morning Johnnie the little son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Green He was taken away very suddenly living only about twelve hours after he first became oick The sympathy tn0 the bereaved young parents Mm J G Clark and Mrs R C iJoain and daughter Dora went to Paint Lickshopping lost Friday Rev Bicknoll and John Clark and children were the guests of Mr and Mrs R C Boain Sunday and Squire and Mrs Wells and daughter Nancy were the guests of Mr and Mrs J G Clark Sunday All attended the baptizing on Cannerdys Creek at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Rev Bicknell officiated and delivered two very interesting sermons Saturday night and Sunday Farmers are in deed glad to see the grass coming Hauling fodder for the cattle will soon be a thing of the pastIt C Boain and Jack Storms delivered their tobacco at Paint Lick last Fri day They received over T000 for the growlof five acres Pretty good rent Mrs Tellie Green visited her parents at Point Level this weekTbo Christian Endeavor Society at Paint Lick had a pie sup per last Thursday night which was a grandsuccess All report a flue time Every one should read the Citizen OHIO NEWS HAMILTON To the Editor of The CltlMn Can you find space in your valu able paper to print a letter from a former Bereastudent l My wife and I attended Berea College at different times before we were married dur ing the years 180708001000 and 1001 She was assistant matron for one year under Mrs Hoag at Ladies Hall We were reared in the beau tiful hills of the BlueGrass State andcherish the memory of our birth place but are nbw residing at lIam ilton Ohio Though we have emi grated from our native state our love wishes and hopes are as strong as ever for the old Kentucky state and her future welfare We are proud of the fact of hav ing been students at Berea College and are always glad to hear of its work and success We wish to send our heartiest and best wishes through The Citizen to its entire faculty teachers and students We have met some of Bores Col loges old students here in Hamilton George Roberts a graduate from there who lives here and is agent for The Massachusetts Mutual and Prudential Life Insurance Compan ies Jas Brown also a graduate of Berea College who is employed by The Champion Coated Paper Com pany James is a Christian worker and is planning to attend some good Bible school either in Chicago or Rochester N Y He has been an earnest worker and Sunday School teacher in the First Baptist Church here He recently delivered u ser mon on Spiritual Growth at one of the Sunday morning services for this church and the pastor and church people were BO pleased that they granted him license to preach Other former students are Levi and Frank Durham Levi who is married to a Hamilton girl is living at Dayton now and is clerking for a Rug and Carpet Company Frank is soliciting for a clothing house hero We are always glad to welcome The Citizen to our home because it CalksICollege It is a clean religious pa per that all Kentucky homes should have and brings all the news in a nut shell IWe came to Hamilton Jan 13 1005 and found numerous Kentucky peo plo living here but are sorry tosay I that as a rule the worst clement we have in Kentucky can be quad here I This causes Ohio people to bad opinion of Kentuckians and tbeyj oftentimes say harsh and slanderous things about them There are many heroII I MEREDITH GABBIBD I I i News in Kentucky HOWARD AND YOUT8EY MEET prison Chaplain Brought Them Together and They Shake Hands Frankfort Ky April 11its Hew trd and Henry Youtsey the Goebel murder prisoners confined la the state penitentiary here met Sunday attar noon for the fret time since Youtsey told upon the witness stand of havlag pointed Goebet out to Howard as he approached the state capitol and of the latter being the assassin They shook hands In alienee and pored oh The meeting took place In the chapel at the prlaoa and was brought about by Chaplain Tallaferro of that Institu tion Sunday morning Howard told the chaplain that he would like to unite with tile Christian Endeavor of the prison In this organization Youts y has been a leader slice eater lag the prison In accepting Howard as a member the chaplain called upon all convicts present to come forward and extend the laud of fellowship to the new brother Youtaey came along with the others Neither he or Howard spoke though they shook hands heartily The chaplain believes they will get along without a club Before Howard entered the prison Youtsey expressed fear of meeting kim and asked that he be sent to the branch prison A MAN OF MYSTERY He Serves His Term In the Louisville Jail and Departs Thence Louisville Ky April 10W L Mid dleton the nan of mystery finished a sentence of one year In the Jefferson county jail Tuesday evening and was released He was convicted on the charge of stealing brass faucet from a foundry He claimed that while on a spree he awoke In the foundry and when he realized that he was penni less took several faucets and sold them Middleton admitted that le gave an assumed name He said he did not want to disgrace his family It Is believed his parents wife and children reside at St Paul During Mlddletona incarceration ho received many letters each day All mall was addressed to Center and Green streets He donned a tailormade suit patent shoes and when he left the jail he resembled a salesman He said I believe the time I have spent In jail has cured my thirst for whisky My business has not suffered and if I can explain matters as to my prolonged absence I shell not feel that the lost year has been lost Dont Want Long Fight Frankfort Ky April nDemo cratic party leaders la Kentucky are making strong efforts to prevent the early opening of the campaign for the nomination of a state ticket They do not believe It good politics for men In the party to make a long and hard fight for the nomination on the ground that much of the partys strength will be exhausted before the election day rolls around Died of Paralytic Stroke Owlngsvile Ky April l1Mrs El len Vice 84 Ir dead In the couaty from the effects of a paralytic stroke She had never ridden on a train and has lived in one community all her life She is the fifth aged woeian stricken with paralysis within two weeks In this ctjunty three of whom have died Accidentally Shot Himself Hcpktnsvllle Ky April 11While examining a revolver Zeno Johnson 24 and unmarried wj shot In the right breast by the accidental die charge from which he died Johnson was employed until last October on the battleship Keursarge as electrician Strike In Lexlngten Lexington Ky April 11 Following the refusal of Hendrlcks Bros to grant a ninehour day with aa Increase of three cents an heur la wage their carpenters walked out The Ira baa the contract for the new Union depot and several other large building Otto Federle Injured Newport Ky April 11oUo red erle 86 was the victim of an accident which nearly cost him his life About 630 p m he started Into the cellar Isle foot caught on the top strip and he was hurled lead foremost dews the entire flight of stairs Farmers to Combat Trust Shelbyvllle Ky April 11Four hundred farmers net here and took preliminary steps looking to the organization of the entire white burley district and pooling of the tobacco crop In order to combat the competi tion of the trust Wants a Divorce Covlngton Ky April nDelle Dlltz filed suit for divorce from James Thelwere1904 She charges cruelty and alleges that he Is at present an inmate of Newport jail Died At Hot Springs Ark Hot Springs Ark April 11Ralph- D Whltsett of MIddlesboro Ky died hero Mr Whltaett was a wealthy coal dealer of Chicago for several years but has recently been located In Mldlesboro where he owns coal Interests IDeath of Dr J F Fesssnger Ky April 11Dr J 0 Feaaenger 62 died at his home sear tones as tho result of a surgical operation He was a prominent phy skin A widow and six chlldrea sun rive h J t I GET MARRIED You have more than enough money to furnish your house if you Buy From Chrisman U you are already married you will save money by buying at The Same Place Everything in Furniture Stoves Carpets Mat tings Pictures Frames Mirrors Organs unit Sewing Machines I Customers or VisitorsC- all and see my goods and prices before you buy and the rest is easy R H CHRISMAN TELEPHONE NO 26 h WATCH AND JEWELRY- REPAIRING I will do watch and jewelry repairing for the cash rates at my store on the Val laccton Pike one mile out I will also repar sewing machines Phone 120 W M CAMPBELL m F Hanson EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER to B R All calls to night and day- Telephone Bern x Mystic Shriners Excursion ANGELES Why not join the party One fare for the round trip 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