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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i j IEltE PUDLISHIMO co L E TUPPER Nsnagr 4 dwtmdattae Poatoyieeatserealtyaaueondclam H+HIlVOL VII Five Cents n Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 14 1000 Ono Dollar a Year NO 62 1 i Report of Proceedings G A R Encampment Held in This City June 1 1 = 13 Address of Welcome Delivered by Le Vant Dodge at the State Encampment efItheLLRD- cnr Comrades from City nndI j Country from Mountain and Plain You have boon welcomed already to Illltorlo Boron You have boon wel oomod to tho classic halls and lovely momIJ None of iw know you all person ally Our welcome must Iw to tho ideal soldier of tho Union No single ono of you may measure up to that ideal Many Jmo I havo boon com jwlled to admit that oven of CnltIjAmns Weal Pont no ono is perfect except possibly myself Tho heroes and past wore not per fat Hut history dOM ofilluiato bod lea of men by the worth of individ uals Tho Union Army with Goo directing no partook of tho nature of 1tbodirecting force measured by recaps secured it was nlmoet an j Ideal body And what were thud ronuItuT Tho firmer establishment of ItbeUnion of our forefathers suprom icy of the constitution and national law freedom for four million slaves equality of rights end opportunity tho tine recognition of woman ac knowledgment of obligation to chil Iron in whom are wrapped up our hoH for tho future nacrodness of tho family relation tho towering In 0 tho United States in tho affairs of the world my comrades your was a- glorlowi work I remember tho boy Uh awe with which at a Poarthof July celebration I looked upon tho taut form of A revolutionary soldier tho chief attraction of tho occasion Wo were engaged in a war even more noblo In Its purpose and moro mom entous in its rosulU It will not bo long before its few lingering surviv ors will bo like objects of veneration How weighty our ropousibilily And so In welcoming tho ideal Roldier wo welcome tho incarnation of patriotism What dons that moan f Not oh surely not glorying in more tinsel and show in gaudy badges and trappings of laco in the boom of cannon and loud huzzas In boastful references to a bloody post If I and I are lobo worthy of veneration i- l tho evening of our wo must ad these ourselves to tho arts of ponce Soldiers of the Ilopublio once ought to mean soldiers of tho Republic forever That was n poor soldier wh did not como homo with tho fires o patriotism on tho altar of his heart giving forth an lutenwsr heat Ware in the employ of tho nation still MOIl of us urn pensioned not wholly for what wo did In tho war bu partly for what wo are supposed t be doing now Tho expression Yet erans of the War ought to be a synonym for integrity sobriety pur oIf you for mo is this Is ho living in utter nolfishnosft or aro those whose lives ho touches made happier and better I outer my protest against tho notion Ithatanything short of highest civic is appropriate in Q A R affairs From your heart of hearts I know thorn camos a sympathetic re ff sponso Tho bolter soldier is n bet tor man Physical oourago wo share with pirates and robbers Moral courage wo share with tho benefac tore of mankind oven with Jesus Christ himself I We estimate a comrados merit and the warmth of his welcome his length of service his Igauge his exposures or his butt by tho way ho measures up presentI1 t awith which thoy had povon their to bo classed as American cit izens In Boston threw years ago nothing thrilled mo more than tho statue of Col Robert G Shaw who his moral courago by accept rtshowed command of tho first regi colored troops Ho fell at 1their head Just separated from the i officer on hU spirited charger JO To r J r- THE cITIzI3NA is a massive wall on which is repro flOuted n band of his ebony followers who seem to bo pressing on as if im patient to meet tho foe Though wrought in metal every face boo peaks its owner a descendant of Ham and on no faces mold stubborn courage and high resolve seem more at homo Tho poetic inscrip tion is worth repeating Right In the van OH therntrampartaalipptp iwetl With heart HIM hut a charge he fell Horwunl ra ate mm nut the lirlRht tout urn on to tight Arena feet Where deMh for noble deed nuke Dying sweet Sixty years ago I made plans to go I south and help tho slaves to freedom I always felt that the war would be incomplete emancipation did not follow I have given thirty years of joyous service In n college equally devoted to tho uplift of tho white and black until nn unjust law tutor feral Tho motto on our College real will still stand Got hath made of ono blood all nations of won Blessed Is the work of striking off tho shackles of Ignorance and super stition Our colored friends oven more than tho white because so largely tho victims of a cruel pro jut ice need to havo n golf roepictin g manhood Only so long as thoy cease to bo pensioners on some white mans bounty and form their own opinions rather than accept In a servile manner opinions made ready for their use can they hopo or de servo to be accorded respectful re cognitionNot tho army was in tho field Lincoln wise nnd patient In tho white house toilers in shop oron the farm broad winners for tbo old anti feeble mothers and maidens who wept and prayed and trembled anxiety those wore but sellers te I corps of the Grand Army of tho Re public from 01 to 05 I know what is at tho front and what it is listen with eagerness nt home for the tidings which should be wafted on tho southern breeze I know what it is to charge a hostile battery and that severer test to Ho for hours supporting ono of our own Thu- an I somewhat appreciate tho strain- on I tho nerves of our loyal women Thoy helped save the country and except for thorn tho country woul not have been worth saving And our hearts swell as wo are privileged to welcome how some of sisters daughters and devoted uudear that glorious flag What tho matrons and malda of forty years ago wore to tho those of countrfthon1000 would emergency itobadttho fathers blessing Will you bo worthy of your sired Yes with tho brighter light of tho twentieth cen wiltSooo1 will bo committed to you tho sacred privilege of planting tho emblematic flags upon our graves and may God bless you every ended Comrades Sons of Veterans sisters gentle friends welcome thrice welcome to you nil I The Campfire At seven oclock tho people began to gather and nltho thoy continued to como till nine b half peal seven tho main of tho house was we gaIlOri08jIto re moved their hats and the audience prweiilod an interesting and varia gated appearance front tho stage whore the speakers of tho evening wore scaled President Frost called tho IIOUHO to attention by calling for America which was sung with vigor Commander Gabbard of tho local Post then took charge and introduced tho Ariel Quartet who sang Nearer my God to Thoo vor effectively Messrs Jamioson Macbruir with fifo anti drum then played tho reveille which tho It was disguised withskillful and delicate variations awakened memories of time when it meant more than a enjoyable musical treat Major Clime H Grosvonor Chaplain of Jnmoa West rest offered prayer Mr T J Oeboruo of tho town board then mado an address of wol como on behalf of the town Pres idont Frost welcomed limo hosts t Boron College giving some details of 0 tho founding of tho insllfutfon Tho Quartet then sang Lifilo Jack Hor nor to the immense delight of tho audience and responded to an encore with a selection not exactly In praise of Dried Apple Pies Prof Dodge thou gavo a feeling and eloquent ado dress of wolcomo for James West Post which la reproduced in tbl8I issue of the Citizen Jam icson and Mucbrair again1 enlivened the audience with fife and drum and Mrs E L Hanson briefly and most appropriately voiced tho welcome of tho Womans Relief Corps J W VanWinkle spoke for tho Sous of VeteransMisses Putnam and Cornelius favored tho assembly with a beautiful duet nnd then responses wore made to the addresses of wolcomo by Corn tads Francis A Tabor of Albany in behalf of the Department and by Mr Chas E Stobbins of St Louis Division Commander of tho Sons of Veterans of Missouri for that organ ization The Quartet sang again Wo Shall Meet but wo Shall Miss Him and Mrs Minnie E Brilcs of Louisville State President of tho Ladies of tho G A R spoko for that organization and Mrs Mary Lyle Reynolds of Covington State Secretary of tho Womans Belie- Corps responded for that body presented a beautiful flag to Boron CollegeAfter a selection Tho Star Span gled Banner by tho College Band and announcements Elder W IIS Childors a veteran gavo n ringing speech glorifying the achievement i of tho men who fought in tho war and tho women who helped by n heroism no less great and selfdeny ing There is no man like n woman declared tho Elder A sentiment that was received with enthusiasm Mrs CIfOrosvoaorfarorelthoassumblwith Y t cordially and Rev G W Ward parlment Chaplain mado n speec that assorted tho loyalty and citizen ship of tho colored people This closed tho sot speeches of tho evening but Post Commanders Bow man Reynolds Tharp Blanc sat Bausmithspokobrioflyandeloquently Mo Pont Division Commander o the Sons of Veterans of that state 1and II V Spallman of Cincinnati Commander in Chief of tho same organization mado brier speeches tatio t named gentlemen wore somewhat interrupted by tho leaving of ti members of tho audience but tho occasion was ono long to bo remem harsh IoAIt lluilntxM SMMOU Tho old veterans got down to bus news Tuesday morning and when ozdon quitd wore r labors by 0 oclock tho hour sot for tho opening of the Encampment iu tho fino auditorium of the now chap el At 045 however Commando Matthews called thorn to order nnd asked all who wore not entitled to sit as delegates to retire Various reports were road and al- it I referred to tho Committee on Rose lutions Eightyfour posts of the Grand Army are in tho state haw ing a membership of 1035 1Artor action upon tho reports tho were suspended and tho lad proceeded to tho election of oGce for limo ensuing year George Gril1lltool1nnll L V Dodge wore put in nomination for Department Com wander and tho former was elected Comrade Sheehan was put in Senior Vico and Comrade Lilly as Junior Vice 0 E Reynolds was reelected as Historian as was also Rov 01V Ward for Chaplain Dr Win Bowman was chosen Medical Director eroIloon appointed Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster General Thereupon tho old soldiers ad JOUrnal to meet next year iu Louis ville and thus endue tho greatest event outside of College doings that has como to Boron A Want of Appreciation Wm Nelson Post No 1 of Now port through its Commander an delegates wish to thank Capt James West Post and tho people of Beret treatj there and thoy return deeply grieved that tho efforts to elect Professor L V Dodge to the office of Stato Commander wore un Cornn mander Tho crowds attending the Encamp went on Tuesday were BO thn an overflow mooting attended by neatly n thousand was hold in tho ChaflainIWm Bowman Woman Ilellcf Corps Tho Womans Relief Corps aux tllowingTrimble Covington Senior Vice Sn rah Honso Bollovuo JuniorVice Tillio Smith Paris Treasurer Alice Broitenstoin Dayton Chaplain Do Rees Covington Delogatoat largo Bollo Bonsall Bellevue Al ternate Polly Smith Frankfort Del etonington Tho Executive Board nretAnnie Moore Newport Linnio a kin Covington Jane Hardin Newport Amanda Urookings Louisville and Elida Nickons Paris Tho appointed officers are Maryt Lyle Reynolds Secretary Johnson Department Councillor Eva Armstrong Department Inspector Anna Payne L and I Officer and Mary H Dodge Patriotic Instructor Installation of officers took place otWednesday morning An unusual boon was conferred upon Mrs Broitonstein in her election- to tho office of Stato Treasurer for tho fifth consecutive timo Mrs Mary A Johnson the retiring President was prescntoi with a gold rcconitiou tho officers of the Covingtonf The Ladle of the n A It Tho Ladies of the G A R as sombled at Phi Delta Hall for tho seventeenth annual convention After tho routine business was dispatched the following officers were elected President Mrs A II Caboll Hen demon Sr VicoPresidont Mrs WI M Parker Louisville Jr VicePres Ident Mrs Colin Barret Henderson Treasurer Mrs E B Jackson Cary don Secretary Mrs V R Caboll Henderson Chaplain Mrs Lizzie Lewis Louisvillo Council of Admin istration Mrs Hattie Young Mrs JacksonhMrs Harriet A Evans Henderson Delegate Mrs Taylor Alternate Mrs Sarah Gaines officersIjourncd after voting thanks for their treet Day Law Uphold A decision wus handed down by tho state Court of Appeals today up holding tho Day law so far ns it a priratto institutions but tho Court holds that tho provision requiring such schools to bo at least twentyfive miles apart is an unusual exercise of tho police power of tho state and is not a valid provision A further discussion of tho decision will spear when the full toil of tho decision is mado public Will Flanory superintendent of the College Gardens has boon sick for several days bnt is reported improving Miss Click a sister of Mrs Will Flanory who Is taking a nurses training course in Joliet Illinois is visiting relatives hero during n two weeks leave of nhsenootI GENERAL DELIVERY A Veteran Who Hni Cncln Wllaon Flandcra Deep Sympathy Z tell you what Sophia I reckon wTbo glad to see days o en Bheddtn back again tarrlblo though they was remarked Undo Wilson eveningIIWhy what curoua things you do say Wllsoiil returned Mrs Flanders calmly Ispoee they that live on their pension money au rejoice in peace most of seta No they dont Bald Mr Flanders They deco to work like all possessed herosgtbo a old man caught up the paper again and ran his anger down a column nero tis Change In tho postofflce General Delivery will be sent out iron tho main office six times n day to all part of tho city Now Id jest like to have you pu your mind on that Sophia A general moat likely wounded In his legs or somewhere bavin to terry letters all lover tho city six times a dayl Why there aint a boss In tircokvlllo the has to work like theft An I dont sposo they pay him enough to let him ride In them clckitral cars an any nonYseussly pay him for gcttlnotC an on cm which I expect la pooty danger ous business what with sparks flyln all round tho cars as In course they mustI you concluded Undo Wilson martbo marched an lit in the midst o tur molls an uphwavlns t reckon ho want a mlto more wore out who night como than bo snownot lter Youths Coilpanloa JTj ii J T I Family Newspaper Eight Pages It 1I111 1I1I1I111111 JIll I Commencement Day Probably most of the readers of Citizen wore in Berca lost Wed to enjoy tho excitement of Commencement Day but n small part of tho thousands whoI gathered on tho campus heard all of the interesting program which was rendered and perhaps even those who did would like to bo reminded of a tow of tho most interesting which transpired within tho tabernacle To recount all outside would make librnryjThe music of tho band called tho crowd to assemble within the largo audience room Dr Wright for years a Berca professor now one of tho faculty of Olivet College Mich led in opening prayer Five students of tho Woodworking De partment then constructed tho frame of a model house before tho eyes of he assembly on the platform Prof Rigby sung Theres a Homo in Old Kentucky a song written by a Bcrea student in tho thought of the annual homecoming to tho state soon to occur Then came an interesting exhibition by tho Sewing Department To time tune of Coming Thru tho Ryo ono section of tho girls gave some practical Dewing rules while tho other showed how to put them in practice Mrs Hill from the back of tho tabernacle put questions as to positionIclean dresses and hands etc which were answered by tho class in con cert Then ono section sang to a familiar German melody a song des cribing how they had torn Choir dresses but having boon in Mrs Hills sewing class won able to re pair them An interesting halt hour was given to students of the Farmers Course Robert Horton prescribed the culti vation of Alfalfa and Clover which enriches poor ground with the most necessary nitrogen for tho curing of poverty in both land and people John Blackburn wanted to see pros perity in the shape of high grade stock on every farm however small Thorn is much more lost by means o poor stock than the extra cost of good stock would amount to Robert Spent showed that the extra cost ot having freight hauled over bad roads was much more than tho taxes neces sary to maintain good rondo would amount toIn short that wo also lately enact afford to have bad roads Tho Model School class gavo a recitation amusing as well as in struct ivo to show that thorns Moro in tho Man than there is in tho Laud that tho right sort of a man with energy and intelligence will make almost any kind of land pay This section of tho program was concluded by the singing of tho Glory Song by Mr Gamble The exercises of tho Normal Acad emy and Collegiate departments followed Ono of the speakers of the afternoon who had attendedmany Commencement occasions in man places said that bo had never soon any freer more confident delivery than our Boxea students showed Wo are proud of them The famou- Hallojujah chorus was rendered by the Harnionia Society as a beautiful climax to this part of the program Tho names of tho winners of the prim Bibles were announced tho- r Bibles having not yet arrived to be sent on to those who have earned them The threo who have completed tho Carpenters Course were esti mated of so nearly equal merit in their work that it could not be do cidedwhich ono should receive tho prize of a box of tools given by Mr W R Bolknap of Louisville one ot tho College Trustees end a happy compromise was effected by giving a box of tools to each ono ot tho three Diplomas wore awarded to the grad uates from Domestic Science Normal and Academic Departments und de gross conferred on the College grad uates Tho President then announced that tho College conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity on Rev Masons E Fuller of Binghamton N Y and Rev A E Thomson of tho Union sont olj the Battle Hymn of tho Republic Bartt important feature of the evening program He gave throe reasons tho of Kentucky and supporrt Berea First allot studying lore the value of tho students time cruel labor is much more than tho cost of his stay at the College Secondly tho lives of tho students are made broader and deeper than they could otherwise bo Thirdly tire lar r lives of tho theCI College und its ideals among u much larger number of thoso who never multia plied Ar =Remember Now Thy CreAtor was sung by tho quartet and then tho President introduced Judge Bocknor as a friend who visits Berea ovary twenty ono years His last visit was 1885 Tho judges remarks were J rambling but very interesting and n pleasant relief on a hot day Ho told of tho address ho had mado in 1885 which ho had composed with tho distinct Idea of helping to deepen tho interest of Roswoll Smith in Berea and how Mr Smith afterwards told him that that address was the Influence which had caused him to build Lincoln Hall He related an I incident of a man who had been suc cessful in business and was drawing a salary of 10000 per year vhoIiFame to him to thank him for tho vico ho had given him as ho started I out in tho business world When you get a job and they toll you to do one r 1 thing go and do tool The follow lug of that advice had made him a successful man Ono moro incident which he related was full of truth He was recently in attendance on a 1 convention in one of tho southern states at which a prominent educatorrgavo an address entitled A Plea for i Old Ideals in which ho praised the j old das before the war to the 1Judgoa protest against such sentiments Those days were good enough hoisaid for the few lords of who owned all the property land slaves and did as they pleased nndIhow about the rest of the It is nonsense to say that those days l were better for the majority of tho I 1about j f bor that the war is over and let us J ilivingTho quartet sang about ono of J their pet abhorrences Dried Apple I Pies and President Frost called on other visitors for short sRev Dr Bond of nddrc3C5Iored graduate of Berea Ithe trustees made an wayfthe colored peoples share In Berea College Hon Curtis F Burman LLD Ii truulwj ot the College was introduced as one of the champions of free speech in tho days when tho privilege of free speech was nottoo fully enjoyed in Kentucky Ho claimed the privilege also in his re marks when ho said that ho hoped that no graduate of Boron would over I become a theological preacher He had no objection to their becomeiing preachers but he wanted them to J preach the simple gospel without being adulterated by theology f Probably there was an truth hidden in that importanttalthough it would certainly less to present day graduates of our best theological seminaries than to many other moro confident and lessJpractical preachers of doctrine Paintya very re marks in spite of his wifes carefulIinstructions Tho last address was FtsWayne Ind Boreas groat day for 1000 was concluded with the thought iand one verso of the hymn God bo r with you till we meet again Tho brutal and sordid tragedy ot Commencement Day was but tho natural culmination of shameful and j I squalid living There was no great j principle involved and the sympathy and gush of some of our newspaper writers would have been moro worth tilI ily expendedon some other topic No one cared enough for tho dead woman to claim her body and it was buried at Tho I man iu the capromptlyand appro f 1priatoly withdrew himself from tho l public gaze The woman who didIthe shooting was dismissed by t i1iI examining court Now tho loss said IoOOuttbo whole matter tho bettor it I tho credit of tho country ItoAll tho ignorance in Kentucky is t I not corralled in tho mountains by n 1gaasssemloccasionally receive or send n letter tho accommodating postman I uImoved from where it was to whore 11 is now Middlesboro News itj I The CUllen far You The Citizen belongs to tho i Army of tho Republic for those days of the Kentucky State Encamp r + 1Ito your friends and make this office your headquarters l A good square piano create or mil J 1at Chriamana the furniture man r r Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WETMAtt eoprtlatitabralapyJ wsrmuy CHAPTER XICONTIXUKD J This quite changed the Kcono The- jettln In the mask staggered to his feet tint fK stupidly for a pistol But ille eoBld not had one and was I In no stale to UKC It If he had Vile reeled holple ly to the bank and ICbed against IL Ho would give no further trouble The man I had votmded was In scarcely better condl tton He retreated before me for some patae but then losing courage he dropped his sword and wheeling round cantered off down the road clinging to hlt pommel There remained only the f ow engaged with my man and I Attuned to see how they were Getting Ion7 They were standing to take Jbteath to I ran towards them but me corning this rascal too Hilltpped round his borne and dlsap peared In the wool and left us mas kern Of the field The first thing I did kand I remember it to this day with- E4oaeurowas to plunge my hand Into moneyit7 mftn who had fought for mo so stoutly sflfl who had certainly saved me from dljstr In my joy I could have fijllefld hlml It was not only that t v had aecapcd defeat by the skin of my f teeUta1k1 hl good sword but I knew pB1l4 tkrtiltd with the knowledge that hJfihl bad altered tho whole post Waa wounded In two places Viand I bad a scratch or two and had Mt my horse nnd my other poor Tel ow was dead as a herring But spook yijjiT for myself I would have spent ttalf the blood In my body to purchase IPe Cttnnc with which I turned back Q 1 peak to M de Cocheforot and hll Itator I had fought before them i Matlamoleelle had dismounted and v1Ql her face averted and her mask oJ pasJMil on one side was openly jSlientaf Her brother who had scru plowly kept his place by the foal ifrom the beginning of tbe fight to jjthi osd met me with raised eyebrows a peculiar smile Acknowledge jrhjp vlrtwe he said airily I am bor- eaL I1 Renault whleli is more than cifn be said of the two gentlemen rahb have just ridden off offIman wont sscd his shoulders They 11Wpoor friends he said You must t mo to blamo them But That U not all No I sold wiping my sword maskcAMM de Bernull There was some tlllog tniit in the way In which- Ce11itrwet called my name after me I TSJlo d Pardon r I said turning That gentleman he answered itnttng and looking at me doubt IfUJlfc have you considered what happen to him If you give him u iA6tbe authorities jW1O Ie he I said sharply vItPt Is rather a delicate question he answered frowning and silll took Ingat me fixedly Sot from me I replied brutally willwI Intend td do with him Po stronger had lost his hat in his and his fair hair stained with dust hung In curls on hU shoulders Ifswas a tall man of slender handsome presence and though his drew WRB plain and almost rough I espied ia vplendld Jewel on his hand and fan- 1clw I delected other signs of high cquality Ho ellll lay against lima bank jJfI 3a halfsJvoonlits condlllon sad f Bnieduntonholou ot my scrutiny jM9Qutl I know him If hn unmasked gPt a ftliuddeniy a new Idea In my bead i yqH1 would M dc Cocheforet an sw Inn lil- yj end tE nroullle bad for every one llg lint I said softly looking ffirat at my old prisoner and then new one Then what do you iIivtthmg to do rsave him hero M de Cocheforet a ered fjllbly his face Rushed the fpuUef In cheek beating I had kn qivn hint for a man of perfect honor ifcoTore and trusted him But this vident earnest anxiety on bdinlf of Iulfriend touched me Besides I ifevV that i was treading on illppery srgrdtind that It behove me to be care will do It I wild after a mo- mint reteclon He will play me I suppose A letter Jfqrf Dlcti nil He will ujtder- tstaltd CoiJltcriirct answered eaacrly Jtqu will not repent U I tear goingr r horscil snld ome Mtjahon aback byjTilii extreme b j st roji3U overtake Itho replied- I l ft will how kept to tie lrfajloifc IH no more than a rlld front here and We can give or thereto have these two fetched tDlrlell jyiad nothing lo gain by demurring a M6p It was arranged After thnJ wed trot linger We picked up what we hails dropped f do Cocheforet BToanttd Ki sister anti wjlljlm fiver tsy YI were gone Casting a tonf bitch from tile skirts of Uie it f wood as we entered It I fancied that- I saw tbo masked man straighten himself and turn to look after us but the leaves were beginning to Intervene the distance was groat and perhaps cheated mo And I was not din Inclined to think the unknown a little less severely Injured and a title more observant than he scorned CHAPTER XII AT THE FINGER POST Through all It will have been no diced mademoiselle had not spoken tome nor said one word good or bad She had played her part grimly had taken her defeat In silence It withI tears had tried neither prayer nor dcfnnee nor apology And the fact that the tight was now over the scene left behind made no different In her conductto my surprise and discomfiture She kept her face avert ed from me she rode as before she affected to Ignore my presence 1 caught my horse feeding by the roadside a furlong forward and mounted and fell into place behind the two as In the morning And Just as we had plodded on then In silence we plodded on now while I wondered at tho un fathomable ways of women and knowing that I had bore myself well marveled that she could tale part Iw such an Incldant and remain un changedYet had made a change In her Though her mask screened her well It could not entirely hide her emotions and byand bye I marked that her bead drooped that she rode sadly and listlessly that tho lines of her figure were altered I noticed that she had flung away or furtively dropped her riding wbip and I understood that to the old hatred of me were now added shame and vexation shame that she had so lowered herself oven to save her brother vexation that defeat boon her only reward hadI Of this I saw a sign at where the inn had but one common room and we must all dine In rom pany I secured for them n table by the fire and leaving them standing by It retired myself to n smaller one near the door There were no other guests and this made the separation between us more marked M de Co thoforet seemed to feel this He shrugged his shoulders and looked at me with a smile halt sad halt comical But mademoiselle was Implacable She had taken off her muk and her face was like stone Once only onre during tho meal I saw a change come over tier She colored I suppose ather thoughts until her face flamed from brow to chin I watched the blush spread and spread and then she show ly and proudly turned her shoulder to me and looked through the window at tho shabby street I suppose that she and her brother had both built on this attempt which must have been arranged at Aucb For when we went on In tho after noon I saw a more marked chaw c They rode now like people resigned to the worst Tho gray realities of the brothers position the dreary hopeless future began to hang like a mist before their eyes began to tinge the landscape with Mines robbedevcn the sunset of Its colors With each hour their spirits flagged and their speech became less frequent until presently when the light was nearly ono and the dusk was round us the brother and sister rode hand In hand silent gloomy one at lent of them weeping Tbo sold shadow of the cardinal of Paris of the scaffold was beginning to make Itself felt was beginning to chill them All the moun alas which they had known all their lives sank and faded behind uv and wn entered on the wide low valley of ttt Garonne their hopes sank and faded alsosank to tile deadlevel of despair Surrounded by guards a mark for curious glances with pride for a companion M de Cbcheforet could doubt less have borne himself bravely doubtless ho would bear himself bravely still when the end came But Almost alone moving forward through the gray evening to a prison with BO many measured days before him and noth- Ing to exhilarate or anger to this condition it was little wonder If he felt and betrayed that ho felt the blood run slow In his veins If he thought more of the weeping wife and ruined home which he left behind him than of the cause In which he had spent himself But God knows they had no monop oly of gloom I felt almost as sad myself Long before sunset the flush of triumph the heat of the battle which bad warmed my heart at noon were gone giving place to a chili dla itUfaCtlon a nausea a deFPndency Such an I have known follow a lone night at the tablet Hitherto there had been difilcuUicn to be overcome risks to be nm doubts about the end Now tile end was certain and very near w near that It tilled all the prospect One hour of triumph I might st111 have I hugged the thought of it all a gambler hugs his last stake I planned the place and time and mode and tried to occupy myself wholly with It But the price Alas that would intrude too and more as the evening waned so that as I passed this or that thing on the road which I could recall panning on my Journey south with thoughts so different with plans that now seamed KO very very old1 naked myself grimly if this were really J If this were Gil do Bprault known as talons premier Joueur or some Don lulchotte from Castile tilling at wind mills and taking barbers bowls for sold We reached Agen very late in th J ivenlng nflor groping through a byway near the river set with hole and vllowstools and frogspawns a place no betfer than n slough After It the great fire and the lights at the Illuo Maid seemed like a glimpse of a new world and In a twinkling put some jhiug of life and spirits Into two at least of us There was queer talk i i round the hearth bereof doings to Paris of a slu against the cardinal with the Queenmother at bottom and of grounded expectations that some thing might this time come of It nut the landlord poohpoohed the Idea and I more than agreed with him Even M do Coihoforet who was for a moment Inclined to build on It gave up hope whin ho heard that It came only byway of Montauban whence since Us reduction tho year before all sorts of canards against the cardinal wore ul ways on the wing They kill him about once a month oat host said with a grin Sometimes It Is monsieur who is to prove a match for him sometimes Cesar Monsieur tlo Duke of Vetidomo you understand find sometimes the Queenmother Cut since M de Chalals and the mar cfial made a moss of it and paid forfeit I pin my faith to His Imminence that rs his new title they toll me Things are quiet round hero I askedPerfectly Since the Languedoc business came to an end all goes well he answered Mademoiselle had retired on our ar rival so that her brother find 1 were for an hour or two thrown together I left him at liberty to separate himself If ho pleased but be did not use tho opportunity A kind of comradeship rendered piquant by our peculiar re lations had begun to spring up be tween us He seemed to take pleasure In my company more than once ral lied mo on my post of Jailer would ask humorously if he might do this or that nnd once even Inqulrtdwhat 1 should do If he broke his parole Or take It this way he continued flippantly Suppose I had struck you In the back tils p nlriR In that cursed swamp by the rlicr M dc BerauU WHAT IS ITf What then Iardleu I am astonished at myself tbat I did not do it I could have been In Montauban within 21 hours and found 10 hiding places and tub one the wiser BxcejH your sister I said quietly lie laughed and ahruRged hie shoulders Yea bo said I am afraid I must have Pet her oat of time way too to preserve my neirreftped You are right And on that be fell into a reverie whirls lucid Mm for a few minutes Then I found him looking at KM with a kind of frank perplexity that Invited question What is It I sold You have fought a great many dunk Yes I sold Did you never strike a foul blow la one of them Never Whydo you ask WII1 wanted to confirm an im pression be said Tob8frunkMde Bentult I seem to see In you two men Two men 1 Yes two men be answered One tCe man who captured mo the other the man who let my friend go free to dayIt surprised you that I let him go That was prudence M de Cochoforet I replied nothing more I am an old gambler I know when the stakes are too high for me The man who caught a lion In his wolfpit had no great catchNo that Is true he answered smiling And yet1 find two men In your skin I dare say that there are two In most mens skins answered with a sigh but not always together Sometimes one Is there and sometimes tho other low does the one like takingzip the otbers work he asked keenly- I shrugged my shoulders Thnls ns may be I said You do not lake an estate without debts He did not answer for a moment and I fancied that his thoughts had reversed to his own case But on a sud den he looked at me again Will you answer me a question M de BerauU he said with a winning smile Perhaps I said Then tell meIt Is a tale that Is 1 am fiiirc worth the telling What was It that In a evil hour for mu sent you ID 8earchof me The Cardinal I answered I did not ask who ho replied dryly M asked what You had no grudge against me NoNo knowledge of mef NoThen what on earth Induced you to do It Heavens man ho con tinued bluntly rising and ipcaklnt with greater freedom than he had be fore used nature never Intended you for a tipstaff What was it then I rose too It was very late and the room was empty tho firo low I trli tell you tomorrow I said I shall have something to say to you then of which that will be part lie looked at me In treat astonish meat with a little suspicion too BtI put Mill oO and called lot a lltbt Jf 1Tr- k nnd by going nt ono to bed cut hot I his questions Those who I now the grat aout5 road to Agen and how the vineyard I rise in terraces north of the town one level of rod earth albs another greet In summer bet In late autumn bare and stony will remember a particular place where the road two leagues from the town runs up a long hill At tho top of tho bill four ways meet and there plain to bo scon against the sky IK a engor pont Indicating which way loads to Bordeaux and which to Mon tauban Mid which to Perlguoux This hill had impressed me on my journey down perhaps because I hat from It my first view of the Garonm valley and there felt myself on titverge of the south country where my mission lay It had taken root In tnj memory I had come1 to look upon Hi bare bleak brow with tho finger puwt and the four roads as the first outpost of Paris as tho first sign of return to the old life Now for two days I had been looking forward to seeing it again That long stretch of road would do admirably for something I had In my mInd That signpost With tho roads pointing north south cast and west could there bo a better place for meetings and partings- We came to the bottom of the attest about an hour before pocnM do Cocheforot mademoiselle aml L Wt had reversed the order of yesterday and t rodo ahead They caste after me at their leisure At the foot of the bill however I stopped and lotting mademolkollo pass on detained M de Cocheforet by a gesture Pardon me one moment I said I want to ask rt favor Ho looked at me somewhat frolfully with a gleam of wildness In hU orcj that betrayed how the Iron was eating Into his heart lIe had started after breakfast as gaily as a bridegroom but gradmlly he had sank below himself and now b had much ads to curb his impatience Tha bonhomie of last Blcht was quit sent Of raer ha said What le ItrTo De Continued ILION ATE SUPERIORS ONLY llr AVIilrh Mrani the Anlmnl Slionrril Orallliulc to llli Ilrnefurtur John Burroughs tkt naturalist was la idling about the story wttielr Pttb 11 bed not loug slnee of n wild duck bat got a salt water muscle eaaght on Its tongue nnd bad tnteMlgence enough to fly from the salt to thg fresh water where it dipped the mastic sickening It through osmosis anti thus conslufr It to toper its grip 1 believe that story of the duck that iinderatooI the theory of OMHOil8M said Mr Burroughs I believe It aa implicitly a I believe the stagy oflhe crippled lion and the jour j HmUn ant Perhaps you have heard this 140177- No Well then HA younglieutenant during an Af lean campaign camo one day upon a- oodly crippled lion The great brute Imped over the tawny sand on throe wwi holding Its fourth paw in the aIr And every now and rhea with n kind of groan It would pause and lick the Injured paw When the lion iww the young lieutenant It crime slowly toward hits He stood his ground rifle In band But the beast meant no harm U drew close to him It rubbed against him with soft felloe purrs It extended Us hurt paw Tho lieutenant examined the paW and found that there was a large tboro- In 1L Ho extracted the thorn the lion roaring with pain and he bound up the wound with his handkerchief Then with eVory manifestation of relief and gratitude the animal with drew But It remembered 1U benefactor It wag grateful And In a practical way n rewarded the young man This lion ran over the regiments lilt of officers and ate all who Welt- tbo lieutenants superiors In rank Thus In a few weeks the young man thanks to the astnte animal became a colonel The Qeorgl Urlhil Col Anstruther was distressed lit- St Louis host had assorted that Zulu qurl was the gardenspot of America tor the production ofwatermelons Be lag n Georgian CoL Anstruther could not allow such a statement to pass uncorrected Suhl bo exclaimed Proof of the Abundance of watermelons lies In tho- r lC 1J1ty fob eating them Can you show sae sub a man In Missouri who has yet acquired the equivalent of tho Goo cia Grind The Georgia Grind demanded the tlsjourlan What Is that The Gcogla Grind sub Is the abll ly to feed a continuous and unbroken line of watch melon Into one side of the louth wlillo cmllllos 1 continuous and unbroken line of seeds suh rom the otbeb side Tim mere development of that abt sub Is proof beyond doubt that Gepgla raised tho mosfwatehmcl otm suhYoulha Companion ttrldciice of Sonnl Mind Secretary lunatic asylumMrsS- harptongae was here today and wanted her husband cent home and placed under her care Superintendent Did you let him gai No He said he would rather stay bore Hum Tho man must bo sane t Modern Society Iuture Ilovlucd For Mistress Coins to leave are you 1- Tlred of working for allying What sire you going to do thep Msd Nothing roanmr The fortuneteller tela me Im going totfarrjew eyNStsy Storlw t r + rw Jii d CONDITION OF TREASURY Prosperity and Oood Tlmw Under the Operation of n rotc Uve Tarlft Cn April 30 a year ago wo had a deficit of 133711956 On April 39 thlll year wo had a surplus of 3959071 again of tYO162 Ti The surolus at the end uf the fiscal your will undoubtodl be much more than it Is now While oTcpendlturca will be about tho same this your us last says tho American Economist thee revenues have In creased over 40000000 both oustpm receipts and Internal rerchuc shOwlni substantial gains This Is due to the Increased purchasing power of the poo plo because ot higher writes and tdller omploymonu Two men recently took im ovonlni train out of the Grand Central depot fbr Boston They woro both oxtonslvi travelers The quwtlon arose as to the grandest sights they had wit flossed They told of tho beauties of nature of groat buildings ote One remarked tttyopinionof lights at night As wo pass through South NorwAlk Stamford Brldegport 18rlllell1lIrttord lighted and hour the hum of wheels as the night shifts are turning out ware for sale and distribution nil over the world Nut only la this true In Con nerilcut and Mucwichusoti and Rhode Island but nil over the country These night workers are getting dou ble pay or at least time ihifl u halt and their earnings are enoruvua Sock Is proaperlty and good tlrnon Times that we know only under tile operation of a protective tariff Not only are we buying about all we ran prodiitt ourselves but a billion of dol lava worth of nitKehnndlse broad pelirg a duty on ur half of It to add to our Internal revenue far t1u purpose of iiitmlnK the expenses of the CoveraiiMNi It8 the moat e uilabU sad the tout burdensome method el tasalloM la extatMM for much af It l paid by toniantni to get their hoods Into our market And se the perfec- tyeo of the Dlagiev taw IK sees In every detail A perfectness mITer knowa hears sad which couM nut at- preeaat be equIed Ikrwsgh asr reel alua of oar jwwecu moat sdarable aid HHKI Hccw4nl tartf GERMANYS BACK DOWN Knew Who tbe Sufferer Would Ba in a Tariff War with Aroerlen u this yaiwr has frr qurntlj sag gusted UM Uvnaaiw are MI far from looblnn toe a tariff war with Abe fMlKNl Rtam that the volt IN the rrlehaUR lo u te4 the lilting duties In favor of this country le Jyne ie 107 was almost HnanlmoHM And It Is to the enc of the membera say the New York Prone that they frankly admitted In CHSURK their cafe that from Mob a war the Mf tote would be net Mm United Btatea but Germany We have as often shown whye mttrlug way the Qtf mass would iki exnotty what they have donetgat It ta unnecessary to go over the ground again further than to rettmvt that early all time things which CJwmniiy bays from es h8 must bays and can get nowhere eity If kit nation sliouW bar 0B use product tint greenest IndHitHen which Rti to make up the growing fur etgn take of the Uermait M portOf ut lanufnctured arUctoa now invading the world wuukloloee down and ankruptoy and misery plaire the mplro The steamship lines doing hotr enormously profitable busloeea will the I7altell Slates MIld go out of business That Is why we always said there would he no tariff war waged againtit ua i y iermanjr that Is wily the Ilrtchsius oonflrm our prediction with Its overwhelming rote tp let things May aa they are for a year and a half longer and they will do the Mamma thing over again for the- unto reasonOPINIONSOF EDITORS CTLa 1olIoUe Is hailed for 190S as the fusel liemobmtlo Moses As Motes never retched the prtfmlted land tho title may be considered prophetic Chicago Foal crThe antllmilerialfatii are at it again At least the Sittom Masse Civic Lenguo jlemands that a largo plo ture pf Theodore Roosevelt be removed front a store front because It mars the beauty of the town ipolls News In- dclt Is for the farmers of Iowa to say with which cause they propose II- he Identified that represented by the 2nihounGlevolandCummln school of political theorists or that uf McKIn Icy Dlngley and Ilooievell Dei UolnoH Capital gilt will bo nn easy and a pleasant trill fur tlc Kcpubllcan newspapers anti the Republican stump orators In the congressional oftmpJIgn of 190C to show that tho American people are vitally Interested In keeping the Ho publican party In control of the got ornntenLSt Louis OlobeOcmooxa- trTlroteoilou adjusted to the yury lag requirements of the nations that adhere to tho system unqueatlpnabiy Is productive of Rood and tIP fact that It Is so generally practiced is Its rIndication Troy Tines CTThe salaries anti wages paid by the United Stntos Steel corporatist In 1905 amounted 14 128052955 anti S393 per cent of the preferred stork was stubcctlbod for at the end ot 1905 U IILOO per share Here is another ar gument against protection Down any law that brings proapirlty tied elves e1111Ibynentw labor tjaletu Ore eunaaJ r a- l i tj JIiiliIt 1 0 01 The- Transfiguration 5undaySchooltenontorJunel7l905 Specullt rnpsred for Tai d s t4t iI IK8SON TKXTIiikl IIa rtLtory crscs an j- tKSSON TKXTIuke sNat Mar Sun Iwnr hlmJuk IV- TIM1 Autumn of A U t a wee- karts l4Mt iMWfill j spurs Or apm lit tdrnoria the nISVnit tqr u Ibt IlpplNtnllTInr JrFIttJSIIM fuo liUte nrlsayr In ilnUI life luk Ln tPsdt It tic alit 1l 1a1 JohM M llU It I1lIk rr e ui lark H It Luke nil Mil X it H1 J Tie p vlMl tvlHllon of IBIM Juliii and tames in irhrliil Mmk 7 MAil Ib t 1 lull JIIM Juk 1 sI Jillnl 18k ii II 111211 Luke tr JI Ii M4ik U Ji 11111 Mil II It tk 1 J aha 9 t 3 ttVili iIMM5 ii1 gVd I vtidH 4t fMtoHi that toeQpl V on nmorfthlN HIMI Ilex NeW hate IISXHh Sell Ion Kiwi Orrialni illlb M 1eps oflIs11In CGtItl OU riV lK Th- Ue ttI ItM Bloiy ol i lirlit 4t tIIIlkS Ct dt III itFd itbfil II AKU M 4tUlW 0 u ti ant InmhXemn fWltrlfM 17 J lii raklnu 14I1s imMwxH or in event I IM I U V The lqul w tile 4I5 MINk tUComment and Suggestive Thought V 1clbdut an olghl duyit Mui thew u yb that six full day renal Lake tountlnt thtt day on ftbkli the tntlvepativll referred w Park ntoitp and the day on which Jeeut Unit the three went UI tin nvmni rmktitM the time us atKitH nftht Oav Thweft Ktytiitrt Jeans words convriili lets death and wibaequem lory liter Nod Jolin Ned James Th limn group in lnM t ympHtlty wok their 1Urlnll H mouniniii rttiui h itortntl many mountains la Itlcml tin with memories irf his pryer- ul iic ra K To posy Auotutr hnitiu of Jesus habit of prayer R would bf hard til lm iur a btlitrr Uf t than uur Ijord lived yet bit ipo muih Hm la jMarer lit ordinarily thou the nighi fur this poriw This fits ItJ sell iia lbs dtuwulaof ibo 4leripirrt trade us to think n pcwtMbi the tinoktijtureiKMi xruired IM too DidhtV s Kaahtoa witerm hi othit reroide It It mid tie wis Itananinrel noose theta thai U lie wan thsaaed la bis Mip rJlltc luko spenta that the thsngr relarl this fj apt his tlothlou Mat how says hts fate AM shine as lbs eau Whit mil gnstertne MUMIIT lUhteuliii teeth It was berAHr tile Inward raiimace Mane tUrtxigh V Wi Two tin TheT wrre Uy sumr lanes red an than and 1CIU V 21 ppcarM in glory la their glorlled ItcMllet 8plr of bu r fee Luemllv hi Mint Je sue 4efNirtiire from this world by way of the rrew A lew tsr talon ittls while Jesus thT Ntat 1115 tai Ni nB la go to the II tie aimiltle were surprised am terrMwi It wniWd us- deshtedly i these their fe linjt in kauw- qow Huff Ihlgga wars nn dderi by lb hcuuiy kats Hm wh t pairs Hltlnc Itteioe Ifit onyaiii rtul1 thor hate b11ft19r wi n rf i irKiw death iH hour nr til MMpfvtn tn umpb his day of rntwninc V = llwivy with irnr Ther are nof tn he toadeMned for It faIOrewstaAM ThiHi Malt H were lllt eil h mONBiMln cllmbinft It wan f prwtiably pipit time V xt aetksy U iMnet I wfrrie partliK Ari Moss and 111ih mill rated Ut1 theywere whom Ui renm to heaven Peiw aid lnii iliU Ieler made tills im i m rtnwtn his haavtsnly ytltbfli II im gMUI Ieter rouM well frt ihsi H tlS a xnnx plnre for him and the oihM ill rlr Tei and itbltwl hits vi hm pmveii It great enroMrai ntcei to hum In the days Iit come THb rniuJfl IVioihs el tree juih as Isnwlliiq were at UiI lomed 10 take w r tbeniietM at this MHM of Ih8 FVeai of Tabeniule Nor knuwlHjc What tirMM lr Ud not rmlltft at the time thoush nrnh ably he dltllatflrthrH this was a fool tsh atlggeatl mn V if There MUle a cloud A bright cloud whtnh frequently des n token ofJijbovahn rltlfl1cf lb 13 Jl 22 10811 OvfrJnfawpi1 Bnyel aped Ihehi They feared tII Ibr eta lei ml Into till cilluiz 11 was not an ordinary mountain mist but something felt to bo tipomattinil hence- awesome V JS A voice out of the clmiili1 The volti of Rod the Father heard on two other occasions Mike JfCI John 122S testifying tohln lave for hU onlybcROtlen Son V SO Voice was past When tile voice had ceased lure Maljhew tells its Jesus came am loitohri them saying Arise benot nfVuid Jesus WIll ftiunil alone Ilea long the Rlorl= ncatlon of Jesus continued is hot Known though Luke tells tit Ire InriInot lout his dlHitlplenthiwn the tain until next dflyHnwever It Is more than in biille that the radiant ot theSpyoarlgsietl for dale tlnie hud gone Kfpt It does JIIUII ba V than tell otthU Bcerto to no man until after huts death nttd rimurrcttlQn Frnctlcnl Points VYJ Bvprylhlnjt pertaining to iw Should show tho transforming power of true rollBtonnom 12u V 31 As companionship wlifi Cbrlsit becomes splrjltunl to us wo begin to appear with him In glgr7Cnl 34 V R3 O lmpd cs of are granted to nreprfre his for pfcMen ef forte to bUw0 hers l John 111- v 31 Did wfl see the effect oft nth era ofmeoltne with Cod wp wddH I want film tPonnthl1G V ac It i VeUcrJtj listen tn the wordy of Jo4us uftn In thQ3 pf6toaey- or roUt ruUc That iM N lItJiI4 People Talked Abouti I r JALxa OLDS n agTx lb nnoN JA1 IlKYN of Nclll Iloynoldi report fame has for somo yearn been well known In York but tho as to ditions In tho meat packing have put bra narno In tbo mouths of millions who bad not beard of him prior to the meat packing Investiga lion Ho Is a wan of means and has devoted his energies chiefly to work for weld and economic reform Ho is forty II vo years old and A lawyer but has won his reputation mainly on phil anthropic lines and for a dozen year has been bead worker at tbo Uni realty settlement In Now York He was a member of tho New York tone ment house commission In 1006 and has prominent In Cho Citizens Union He was secretary to Roth Low during tbo tatters administration as mayor of Now York Mr Iteynolds II a Yale graduate and was a fellow In sociology at Columbia university It ban ton stated that bft has dono moro for Improving conditions In tho lone ment section of New York than another man Jacob A nils Ho Is said to bravo paid his own cxpcnscsln tho Investigation Into conditions among the Chicago packing house workers which bo mado in conjunction with Labor CommlMloncr Nclll at tho re quest of tho president Representative Wllllaa Alden Smith who aspires to succeed General Algcr In tbo Mcnate has often criticised tbo body ot which ho now wishes to be a member A story la told of bow bo war once awakened at night by his wife crying out Wako up William Alden Tbcro are robbers in the house No my dear sleepily murmured Smith you are mistaken There are no rubbers In the house All the robbed are In tho senate The Row Henry Van Dyke D D LI D professor of English lltoraturo at Princeton and well known for his literary work was ouo of the principal advocates of the Presbyterian Prayer Hook Ht time Into general assembly of the Prmbytortah church Tbo volume was pnwntcil to the assembly by a couuulltco of which Dr Van Dyke was chairman Opposi tion was mado to It by some delegates ant one In an lui passioned atlilrcft dccUml It smells ofprliwtcraft Hut after extended dla CUM Ion the book was formally adopt ed by tint assembly for voluntary saw the word by tho Now rev elations con industry been except iixxnr VAX OTXC authority of Ibo Presbyterian church bolus stricken from the title page In tho course of an address to the as sembly on bvhalf of California churches which suffered from tho earthquake Dr Van Dyko declared that when he studied California he always felt that the lines lu Hamucl Frauds Smiths uatlottal hymns tore thy rocks and rill Thy woods curl tempted hllli were Intended for New England and that for California must be added the following lines I JOYS thy Inland fttaThy nil and giant 1rtt1 Thy rolling plains Thy canyons wild and deep Thy prairie boundleiu sweep Thy rock and mountains steep Thy teeth mama 1 low thy silver strands Thy flotJc Ole that stands Afront the writ Thy WHOP and crystal air Thy sunlight cvcrywber O earn beyond compare lion the beet George Eo Green of Binghamton N Y who has been on trial at Waalilng ton upon a charge of conspiracy to de fraud the government was for some years a prominent figure In New York Ntato politics The Indictments found against him accused him of conspiring with George W Ileavors against the United States In the matter of furnish ing time recording and stamp cancella lion dovlcea to tho postotMco depart meat Beavers was chief of one of the divisions of tbo department Ho has pleaded guilty and Is now serving a term In the peniten IKOMK K OIUKir teary Mr Green was tried on cer tarn of tho emerges against him last winter and acquit ted Trial was then moved on the re maining charges lour years ago Mr Green was nn officer In about twenty mining rap road and maniac turing corporations lie had the reputation of being a very energetic aggressive and prosperous cUlleD Ho was born fortyeight years ago In one of tbo tow log cabins then remaining la Braorao county and rose e through his own efforts from poverty aad obscurity to wealth Ho was three times mayor of lilBgbamtoti WAS twice elected to the state senate and was talked ef for Ute governorship when bis upward career was suddenly check I ed by the charges against him In con uectloa wkk the postal scandals iMr Greta has beet a great money J 1 t- V BiKmcor as wen as money maker Ono of his hobbies was writing telegrams whluti ho wrote tho same as other pea pro write letters Ono night ho went Into n telegraph omcd with a telegram Rovcrnl yards long written on shoots ofpapcr pasted together Into n long string but that telegram was tho moans of closing n deal for tho salo of over 100000 tons of coal to tho Cana dian Pacltlc Railroad company Ex Governor Bob Taylor of Tennes see who ig to have a seat In tho United States Bcimto when Senator Carmacka term expires next year Is noted for his wit Ho line been governor of Ten ncsseo three times and onco ran against his own brother for tho olllcc Ho Is known nil over tho country as rid dung Bob In his many campaigns ho has formed n wldo personal acquaint ance and prides himself on knowing most of tho people of tan slate It Is red ed that on one occasion mooting for tho flat time a delegate from ono of the eastern coun EXoorcnxon non TAT ties of Tennessee to tho state convea lion Mr Taylor sold I out glad to meet you sir I have known your tether for a good many years but tills Is tho flat time I havo had tho pleasure of seeing you I see sir that the son Is a bettor looking man than the father Oh come governor replied tho delegate banteringly You neednt try to Jolly mo that way for Im for Barks dale all right even If the old man Is for you Governor Taylor smiled In a roller tive way My dear sir ho added I merely said I found you a better look lug man than your fattier I did not say you bad halt as much sense Senator Shelby M Cullom of Illinois who served as a member of tho con ference committee on tho rata bill Is ono of the veterans of congress and is said to resemble Abraham Lincoln Ten years since the likeness was more marked however It WAS about that long ago that a Washington cone spondent at a dinner where ho sat nest to tho Illinois statesman made an allusion to his resemblance to the sign Hiittnr u cuixou cr of tho pation proclamation and drew tho out tho sub of his and Intimate friendship Lincoln In the course of his remarks Cut tom referred to fact that one of tho members of trio house of rep resentatives who brought out Blalno for speaker I had noted limbo on the floor of the house said Mr Cullom for hla tine power of comprmmng n statement Ho could toll It or down and glvo It to you In a speech which covered tho whole case 1renMent Lincoln called my at tentlon to Blalno while was presi Somebody land exasperated Blaine and bo land replied to him Lin coin said to me There Is n young fellow up there from Maine by the namo of Blalno who lane plenty of ability and I think Is going to cut a big flguro In tbU country I do now recollect what speech Mr Lincoln referred to but In asRlstlng to limbo I felt that bo was praised by Lincoln representative Hardwlck from Geor gut was recently traveling In a Pull man Hardwlck Is time smallest man In tho house The presence of a negro him great concern and aft er tho negro land gono Into the dining and eaten dinner sitting near tho Georgian tho Georgia member went to the conductor and asked that the no bo put out of the car Wo do that sir the conduct or answered Well If that fresh darky gets near mo Inl going to wipe the car with blinl declared tho Georgian I wont him around mer Everything went along peaceably enough the negro sitting In his seat and Interfering with no one Who Is that black rascal asked tho southern member of tho porter aft er a WbohlmT asked tbo porter Boss Joo Cans champion lightweight flghtoh of do world I Senator Albert J Bcverldgc of Indi ana despite his comparative youthfulness takes qulto a conspicuous part In tho proceedings of tho senate For yearn be has leading the Sght to pass tho statehood bill and now bo Is IB tho limelight as tho man who Introduced the bill providing for rigid Inspection of seats and cattle and hand the measure put In the cultural appropria tion bill as a rid er Ho bas boon In close consultation with tho president about tho bill and has acted on tho presidents advice Did Beverldgo want to Introduce the bllir a Kansas tian WR8lIlIked Did her1 repeat ed tho Kansas man That question re mlade re ot the Loft emanci sena tor on ject long with Mr the ho was up be dent not elect car gave ear his gro cant up have time dots several been agri ALBERT So 1ST EBIDOE Atcblson girl who got a proposal of marriage and was naked to answer by telegraph She went to the telegraph ofllco and asked hew many words site could send for a quarter Ten said the clerk Thereupon the Atchison girl wrote Yes yes yea yes yes yes yes yes- teal Tee M CHILD POPES PLAYMATE lit Holmes on Ills Knee Hunt Dot Little alrla Medal oTho flve year old daughter of Dan Rnnna of Cleveland came from Europe with her mother than other day tleclar ng that Pope Plu X Is a fine play note says tho Now York World During her stay In Homo Mrs Hnnna tad a special audience with his holt less and took her little daughter along it tho termination of the audience Mrs Unnua withdrew In tho antechamber the missed her daughter Retracing ser steps she was amazed to find tho send of tho Catholic church of the en lire world down on his hands and triers with the child In n similar poet don both apparently searching for lomcthlng Llttlo Miss Hnnna doesnt speak Latin or Italian nor does his holiness peak English but tho little American nlll inns giving mlnuto Instructions to ser distinguished playmato In a baby jatolfl that ho pretended to understand For two minutes his holiness and little Miss llamas both oblivious to tho pros toco of a number of cardinals and Mrs Hanna groped about tho floor turning up tho edges of rugs Finally the pope hold up a tiny me Ulllcn HOh thats Itr cried little Miss nan as Tho pope patted her head and titer expressing thanks Mrs Ilanna oed her venturesome little daughter way Why papa she said In describing aer experience at tho Gotham hotel on her return I lasted my medal and wont back after It I told the oleo old rentlernan about It Ho shook his bead like bo understood and when I began to look on tho floor ho got down n his bands and knees and helped mo flo found It first Ho Is a very nice nan papa Dont you think so Mr Hanna replied that bo was sure It It RIGID MEAT INSPECTION RtgrabUioa Packer IB Qcnannr Mt Vnllovt Wo do not pretend to bo letter per feet on German regulations but Vro happen to know a little about tho lord ly butcher and tho lordly packer who undertake to do business under Ocr man rule soys tho Hartford Courant It bo ventures to kill a steer or a bog before It has been duly Inspected and bo Is canghtas bo la sure to bo sooner or laterthe carcass of tho animal whether healthy or unhealthy Is taken away from him and burned to a cinder Two or threo experiences of this sort teach him that the regulations In this field arc not mado for show or for tho delusion of meat eaters but for pln everyday use seven days In the week Lad tho Inspection before tho animal Is slaughtered Is only too beginning After It Is slaughtered tho carcass Is Inspected tram tho Inside and when a doubt arises as to Its condition It also Is taken away and burned Finally those carcasses that are In sound con dition are quartered and otherwise cutup for tho butchers stall where tho people go to buy their meat Hero a third official guarantee of the purity of tho product Is given to tho consum er Every piece of tho carcass thus prepared for salexno matter Into how many pieces It is divided must have a little official label on It beforo an ounce of It can bo sold BOY SOLD FOR JUNK Wriggled oe ot Hag After HU Com l nlon Oct the Price Eddlo Gallagher aged eight of Baco Mo woe sold tho other day at a quarter ot a cent A pound says a special dispatch from Danger Ma to tho Phil adelphia Press It was all a joko on Solomon Bolmer a junk dealer Some of the boys of the town wanted to raise a stake and Into Bolmera shop they brought what appeared to bo a bog of old rags and Iron It weighed forty pounds Bolmer gave tho boys a dime cud they retired grinning Presently there was a strange wrig cling inside the bag then It moved toward tbo door Solmer overcame his terror sufficiently to untie the bag whereupon out jumped Eddlo Galla gher Ho lied amid tho lamentations ot the junk dealer Innbaerctblo Ship Some Interesting experiments hue been conducted at Kiel during the put few days In the practical testing of In submergible steamers says the London Globe bo operations wero conducted b the presence of some of the chief naval authorities and of leading repro sentatives of the groat German shipping and shipbuilding companies A cargo steamer built upon the lasub tnccglblo patent of tho New Navlgattea company was fully loaded and a crd was taken on board Water was then let Into tbo engine room until tbo water In tho vessel rose to sea level As the ships deck then remained still eighteen Inches above water Its Insnb mcpgtblllty was held to have been fully demonstrated Tho company tine now fivo of thcso steamers under construe tion A Rerelrer Competition A revolver competition will bo hold at the United States armory In Spring hid Mass In September to select a weapon for general ue In the regular army and to determine whether an Ira tomatlc model to feasible says a SprIng field dispatch Time trial will bo COB eluded by ordnance department offi core It Is understood that the war de partment considers that the caliber of automatic revlvera now la use Is sot euScIently large and that the patents are not up to date The test will be open to all the revolver manufacturers la the country and models will be thoroughly tested by experts Army men all over the country are much la terested la the ontceee ef the teats I Dr W G BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Office S R BAKERDentist orerVrlntlns Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without pain Bomnotorme KEEP CLEAN and got your clothes cleaned and premed by J C BURNAM The Writ End Barber Shop Phone 67 GOo n suit Is all it will cost you C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson s All calls promptly attended tonight and lay- Telephone No 4 Burca Ky armtrKrrprr rr rrrrrrorrrrr IiS kIlouse t Depot Street Lot 83 269 feet Call on Ior addressIJI K REAL ESTATE AGENT MAIN ST ItKUKA KY Ji AAdlkAiCAd111ililkdtitttAdetlliCAititReti Fish AgainIn CHDThe Michigan Line But of Service to TOLEDODETROIT And to all the Famous Summer Resorts of MICHIGAN- and CANADA Through Cars to CHARLEVOIXOn BOOK OF SUMMER TOURS Fltlil FOIt TILE ASKING W B GALLOWAY General Patscnger Agent- CINCINNATI O A JUAKANTKii CUUK VOIl ILKS Itching Illlml Bleeding Protruding Piles Dnig giats are authorlceil to refund money If PAZC IINTMKNT tails to cure Ut to M days soc My Hair is- ExtraLong Peed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then It will stop falling and will grow long tjjd heavy Ayers Hair Vigor Is the only hairfood you can buy For 00 years it has been doing Just what we claim it will dolt will not disappoint you llylist nredtobevery hart Bnt miter using Af fi Ilnlr or s time It bomn now It U fourteen Inches long- TLIseemS iDlendld re nlt to roemfter being klmott lIhou anfltalrHMWIHlIrauColorado Sprlnga Cola IrArasa IwJO Ayer Otk towvtu KatolAlto lUBatMtann or 1V111ors SAHArAWLLA PILLS tY PIItf8RU 1 A +ee + eee+ A Who desires bestJL Business in Berea I have a piece of property that is well worth the price I ask for itsay nothing about the business that I can place you inr I have for sale the Bcrca Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is zoo feet front and 300 feet long the build ings consist of a Produce House two story dwelling and barn J This property is well worth the money I ask for it The busi ness is the most promising of any business in Bcrea from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Any ode desiring this property should call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY HOUSES TO RENT Dorca College has a few desirable houses to rent in Boron some of them with barn and garden Inquire of the Treasurer any week day 04D to 12 a m or 3 to 4 p m FOR SALE good exchange property HERNDON Richmond i An Ideal Heroine Barbara Winslow RebelBy ELIZABETH There ii tomeUung ex winsome show Subs she uascla a mazy madcap of agirl and d ufeminine ai one could wnhor Brooklyn Standard Union coqudtuhandGeld gay but dar in the race ot danger and true at rteeL N Y MoB Address 34 the row Jacks Will soil for other miles from Boron Pike ELLISIBarbara dfum- gaaturea brave heart sweet spud high moods RtcordHtnid Barbara Nomeofbenm leenlh century heroines have ton Press girlwho masquerades mans attire fights a duel with a Kings officer disarming him and then falls desperately love with him is the heroine this charming tale Barbara an entrancing whether petticoats doublet and hose Her acquaintance well malting Illustrated by John Rae 150 Jyour ttatttller Haint ilIU futlittfritntl ttndtkt Hot parlays paid rtctift trie DODD MEAD COMPANY Publishers 372 Fifth Avenue New York PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf from painful periods The eternal bearing down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living ta- keYineoICrdUi Womans ReliefIquickly relieves inflammation purifies and 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organized in 1845 and the 00th Annual o Session begins October 3d 1000 This is tho first Dental Col- S lego established in the West It is coeducational and has a 2 o teaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern- S g and adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and o g its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses 2 in clinical instruction are also given For information and an o o nouncomeut DDS Dean 110 Garfiold o Place Cincinnati Ohioi0 i t ooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoooeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoo Ii Y7 j + The Citizen a lndtpendnt Family Newapipsr t rubtttkcd tterj VhurnUj at nKfl x plREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates 1AYAbUt IX AbTlNCt One Yrtr i C- Otlitnonttn to Three mtothi 21 end rsoocy by foitomre MOH j Ordrr Jti RfcbleredLeUtrThe dle nttrr yonr nan aMnu to wbul dlle eIwInRfIdwithinmotifj us UorrfdtanltottUon lr1 all n olhIe bU odder that itier wUh It continual Notlfr u at once of any chunee In your adjmii- ring old and new iddrcwr MlIlns nnmben due 10 tOrnlcr ul Ja tbe m lle or othenTUe will tudlr be tur IIf w are DOIUId AffnU wanted In locality 111CI term ADTOD tending ui lour earl tubt1 wW recelt TUK Citittx nfon VD6 Balm for Bnldhends Simultaneously from two Indtend nt sourcoe has tome striking testl 11111 of the virtues of the haltlots It IB staled that thore are no tI 31d criminals anil that there are no IsJriIIJTS otolmed that there are only Just 3titnolent exception 10 prove the rule trjie authority regarding the first l ilHlemont Is J T Riley a magistrate jjuf the Halifax bench who Mid In art that hu had only met with two HWSId charges In his 23 years exp rjenpe With regard to the second l lfcineiit nay II M Nelld of Brod rd Quotes a head official of tUe OO Jjm asylum who nsjurod him ty ne YOVld never need the hoepltal jf3or lltft institution flS he was quite 11 It ta difficult to find authorlUea n Lenfon who whole heartedly bear 4 that two theeeg A gentleman tiLI fruimetttly visits Bethlehem boa fl In nn official rapacity says My faesilou of the lunatics I meet there filii limit they aro usually a shaggy jjScts An experienced police Inspect i0n4Kira oat to a great extent Mr fjyI 1i statement about the lack ut PP hBRtiotf criminals but he advanced t caraajonplaeo explanation Crlm TWnjii lie Mid arc notoriously a ajlHlrHlrert race i admit I have seen ijyfry few iMldhended men In this i hirsjjrooni but by the time a crlm 3il rMtchas tlie baldheaded period of jtfe lie lias either died or has re TJiirpiod There Is one notable excep aftn however1 that was Charles Peace ihenmroBrer ana burglar Stimulating Rending We eumot help living in some de I n tile lives of heroes who are con titlUy In our minds Our characters r constantly being modified shaped ifend muWed by the suggestions which fetnus held The most helpful life striae for the average youth aaya Qto Magazine are not the meteoric B9S the unaccountable ones the as- Qnlihlag I ones like tboie of Napoleon fJlifed Cromwell and Julluq Caesar 1h groat stars of the race dawtle most iboys Thay admire but they do not feel that they can Imitate thorn They IfkjB to raad their lives hut they do not got the helpfulness and the en imrfsgoment from them that they do TCrBm rending the lives of those who ilrayp not startled the world so much It Is the triumph of the ordinary abil jUy whlth Is most helpful as an in j3PjratIon and encouragement The lire lnooIn has been an j rj tec Inspiration to the Infinitelyj jKillfo of Vai olcdn or that lC lI I Hyhen Kansas was suffering front athb vlsftallon of the vlible country united in tinVney and contributing raIsingI cffhlBR for the sufferers a- ujani man was developed then The i contributions were so generous that Ttjrip prtunHy was afforded for graft1 4 l more than one man now rich laid ipilfojindatiun of his fortune in the theJrilfb fen noted in a scale in the R lrnnels O cafe BIll f y ipbert A Smith who has Just been Tcelecled moor of St Paul MinnI b S served sls or seven terms in JtiSXe five of them thatI idorSIltb is 78 years old not a- jiydUnsSter 31J mayors go and as b- efafi his various terms as mayor he has filled other offices a good part of his life has been offlceholdlng Half a century ago he gave up one ofllre InI Indiana to lane one in Minnesota In 3 CC malcontents used to talk about I the continual office holding of this inan SmlVh rJ D Tant of Qttanah Tex Is ar ranging for the establishment of a col ony of American farmers In the state of Sonora Mexico They will so l TIJDnOifcelDUly to maintain them a couple of years bile thO Iand is being improved accepted as colonists wll11 1 The ihoBt remarkable thing about e spring hats this year Is that the jsirlsliaxc Jhe hardihood 10 wear t IruC j w IN RESPONSE TO REijUEST FROM THE COMMITTEE OF AGRICllURE President Roosevelt Submits the Report of the Gov ernment Experts to Chairman Wadworth Immediate and Unusual Changes Tal Ing Place For the Battle In the Chi cago Packing House Dullness Meth odThe Document Consists of 143 Closely Typo Written Pages and Deals With Eight Subjects Fully Washington D C In reepons to a request from the house commit tee on agriculture President Rooe vol forwarded to Representative Wad worth the chairman of that commit tee the report made tc him by a com tnlttce from the department of agrl culture regarding condition In th Chicago packing housoa Accompanying the report was a lot ter from tho president in which ho points out that thore is no conflict 1ft substance between tho NelllReynolrti report and that of the agriculture du pprtmcnt experts The proficient sos his Invoatlga lions have not been completed but that enough has been developed It my Judgment for Immwllate thor oughgolng and radical enlargement of tTio powers of the government lr inspecting all meats whioli mtcr lute interstate fllul foreign commerce Following is the text of tho letter ol tho president to Chairman Wadsxvorth Presidents Letter Tbe While Iloutt Wnshlneton V C June Bvi fy D ar Mr Ytmbworlh- In aocordance with your rmiucit 1 iiu you nrewlth lhe two riort ol 111 ctlon by the commute appointed by the d t or ntuUur f April Clio ond 1311 JIII committee toalt tread l n nupuInl U Mn 1 notlflM the nerrv tar that 1 4eslre4 that iurh a commu te UoulU be appointed In order to make tllto Investigation Subwqueut eomptalntt to mo attf tho oon ldermjln ot cotirilalnta alrcaily mad Fho r the Fkargcn ret not oatf anlMt the paektMC buaiws but alo 10 a certain xl M l vfoo tIM aotlna of the governmmit Invpertori and 1 um to the Iuottthat It wan b t to have a 8 aUO b outld Indhklual who cttaM not be charged with b lnr In any vmy Interented In the matter A eordtnidr before the complvttna c 0 tbe lnvettratk by the OepannMnt of agri culture 1 dirwt d Mr Netll and Mr Itay noldi lo make an Invevtlgutlon the ant report vt Which tlM Iffn laid before ton- S 7o bow the ImmKilato arJ oltraftrc- 1bua1 chairo for lie bttter which ihJ Tfitre fact f their lawMtKatlon al brlngta ab ut la the condition f tlM packlnt IMMIK lu Chlcaio It tj only netesaarr to toataoea the folk wln Irilow of a letter received from most ooflipatrnt and truatworthy wMnes la Chicago hmoe name I will give the COBI inlttee If It o dcalrec Thlraco Prtd r June 1 On Menflay I b gan a tour of all th great packtJB heUeIK rat to IJo 11 tMn 118r all tile morning dl uwej K thqt ought te tw BMMle II caugbt Idlm f Ihe awaJJa1l1r t imwura In the afternoon vMtod the laat with the up rlot nd nt WedaewJay I octeoclllftd coMteraplatH the awakening of P ftm towti ft is Filracwlou Thundajr 1W J 1IIon itorrt tlth tho Mip rlM MMtL fn Morrto has doue much ta make ttllnu bfttfor Uy the time the nest ai riet they wni have IU1 more DfW laut room drM hrg room tc Tliere will be cusaor erarjwhfrr and lRni prohlbltiBB nitttlnK In mllt h awakening Jfnivd to com by row ram wltmut waa the aUgbtcM ndtcalon tkat the fillt small vulw WE at wrk alio At Armour at my succetlon I tna4If no prlt s vf tnaklng an nveU- ptkln but franxly announvtxl wy ik Ir- to we thlHir for mywlf and to Rrt a Irecli lrnpre lon of condition a 1 na4 not aeen tM ptanta Hne Iwfxre the trlke On ev ry hand there WIlIO Indlou lon of an almoet hunwrou htmte to lean up repare and even to plan fur future changes Dram HW toilet room- new dreMlnR room new towrlc etc etc Swllts and Aimourt Will both ft leaned up that I lOa compell l to ih er hem on their way by xirce mg my leo ure at the change TJ1e mutat girl were moved up talr where fhy ouM get nun and Jlghl Thy too bar Ire nlnR room etc I aiked for ihowen and loikers for Uie cBnlnir workers at Armour und got B promlte that they would ut tlicra II- IThe canning and BtutllBe room chip t- and beef extract room at Armours n td reollr qiHte good In all or lIieM oornn Krl work At Ubbyi the girls are to be put lIto a blue calico uniform which they Y1II buy at half price They are puttlMC In toilet rooms which they say are teW lorury and that when the building to lemodfled Ih will han the Ilut In otter place The haite townrdu refurtrt wou1d ha befn amulntr It It were IIVt- I nearly tragic They tried to win my help on tb ground that lo of foreign trade would lean hard hip for the workers In my Klghborhood and I mutt cjy 1 do hare brmorthat tt w indication of nn awnkenlBR for want Ihe changu to 141 raUe ond permanent although we all have to utfer for the prllltnt- ITnfortunaleJ the mlfdred of those ho ate repon lb1e f6r the abutra we ralgn to cure will bring dleredlt and amage not only upon them but on till nnocent lock grown the runchmta Im1 the farmer of the country The only way permanently to iirotrct and leneflt tnene lnnoc nt loek grower Ui armers and rnnriimtrii IH to secure uy law the thorough and adeiiuate In- Jtll t for which I have aiked Blncerely fOln TH8ODOUB nOOSBVEIVT Hon James V Wadtworth cbalrmnn ornmlttee on agriculture houH ut np iftentntlves Long Report Submitted Tho report consists of 143 typewrit ten pages The committee began Its work at Chicago March 12 last and ontlnuod the work until March 82 All abattoirs In Chlacgo having gOY irnment Inspection and two others wore Inspected The report deals with eight subjects The nutemortem moat inspection iervlco tho federal postmortem In Russian Admiral Indicted St Petersburg An Indictment gainst Vice Admiral nojotvensky iaa beep presented by the naval court of inquiry The trial Is fixed for July 4 Rojestvonsky commanded the lUBsian fleet at the battle of the Sea- or Japan Will Not Be Represented Christiana Sweden is not tb bo represented at the coronation ot Clns Hasjion Tho Swedish government deslros that It be underload that this decision Is dictated out of regard Cor King Oscar feslaiss I J 4 H cludlnt inlcroscroplc Inspection i tet moot Inspection serrleo mnlntalned at Chicago tho moat Inspection servlei maintained by the city of Chlcniu the government supervision of oanncx l rodticts tha sanitary conditions of each ostHblliliment the legal phow of the question and the conclusions and nrcommeulatlans of tho com ntlttee Tho drainage la good the report says and tho pens are kept as clfSHi as the character ot tliair uie woul permit Tho antomortom Inipec tton Is deacrlbod and the statomen made that rojcctod anImals arc re qulrott to be removed by tholr own crs from tho pen and are disposed flf In accordance with the law that Is afterward idaughterad at an oQlcIu abattoir under the vuporvielon of fOIl oral atnto and oity offlctals In M ee taullshiuents in Chicago poatmortoir Inaptctlon Is made and In thece the entire moat product Is inspected The committee JUI every room lr tho Institutions mentioned In maklni their Inquiry rtsjardlnt sanitation Tho roiKMt sayk the sanitary condl tlotis In some of the abattalra Is pjood In some It I fair and other bad The laager of uiUtinderatandliip an episode for a practice Is Illustrated bj an incident whloh the committee oi serred on Mnreb 12 In the course nl Inapectkm of Abattoir Xo 1 In the cooler of tbia plant two rata were ob served coimumiuc the meat of a con denmed hog careen They had par taken of a ronsldenthle portion of tbe trlchonous meat In no other abat toir or portion thereof were any ratj or rat excrement seen altbouxh the ccmmltt visited every room and cel lar of each abattoir In many INS eats were observed which were main hiDed In the abattoirs for tke purpose of exterminating rat and other mean of preventing the depredations of rata wore observed REYNOLDS TESTIFIES tonflrms Dr Neilfs Statements Before the Committee Washington D C James R Rey aolda the coauthor Cltlt Or Nelll of the beef report was questton by Ute bouse committee on ogrtcultnr In continuation of Its beef tn pectlon hearlnc Mr Ileynold v as aked his previous exverlence to qualify him to make the mnt report I lIe no ofll lal iMMltion now h retOtod and then fated he haft had eight oars expert nee In unltenilty fcttlement work In Sew York hall been two year scre tary to the mayor of New York and in the last few years bad been travel Inc Ills urofe lon was that of a law yer Twelve Mtra altO be had Incl lentally visited the stock yard in Chi ago anl had also visited the stock rani In Berlin lit the latter place he atd work nras done under city re ulallun He isa Impressed by Ute abnc of wood aDd the constant cleaning Rttng OB They were cleaning fven the targ which brought In the stock There a- no cannlin going on He did uut re call any superiority in actual killing jver Chicago He salt be had i c lvel 110 notice of the first hearing and ha l not heard Mr Wiltons statement As to Dr Neiil8 teetUwony there vas nothing In it ho wished to modify In articular bo wished to substantiate Dr Nelll regarding the shoveling of itecet of meat front the floor nf Nel son Morris Co He saw the operation At this point Chairman Vadsworth made a somewhat heated statement retting forth the reasons for queelkiri Ing Dr Noll and he said he abouhl reel free to question the present wit iwaI may be railed a friend of the Barker 1111 said I aa a frloud ot ho packers and a frtcrul of all other American Industries I do net bellsvu In fouling our own American DNt Wo ire here na members of tho agrleul ural committee of the home of rep ecentatlves to promote American ap ieultttre not to Injure It nor to cant Mpereloti on It This report liftS C011 the agricultural Interests of tMs coun try millions and millions of dollar ind f our foreign demand decreases In the noxt two weeks as It has In the ast two weeks the value of American JIve stock will decrease anywkdro from 10 to 50 per cent a hundred pounds But for the publication of this report continued Mr Wadsworth wlho breign demand would havo gone on is It had In the past There wan ah olutely no complaint Now I claim 811 an Individual member of thin com nlttce Ihe right to find out from theio rentlemen and I dont moon In any iffcnslvo Mar absolutely whether heee statements ore facta from per onal observation as they claim they are or whether they are mAde on as lumptlon Will Not Appear Guthrie Okla tnfted States Mar shul John Abernnthy who waa adreN tilled to calch lire wolves at tho fourth of July celebration In Kowklrk OUla vlll not appear having canceled Ms mgagomont on tho advica of the pros dent Denounced the Report Chicago Ill The Illinois Manu ncturers and the Chicago Commercial Associations at meetings denounced the XollMteynolds report as highly colored and scored President Hoceevol rur sending It to consreis J J r 1y A REMARKABLE DEMONSTRATE NEW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEMPLE AT BOSTON DEDICATED Member of the Faith From Ever CUte In the Union Present At the Ceremonies BoelonOllfl rwuarlc able religious IleD1onetrJtJOIIIJ that WM tiVur wltndwuil In Now Jnglanil no currotl wliHii the now 00000 Chris lion Helence templu In Iho lack Uaj dlHtrlit was iletllcutcxl Pmin avorj state In the union ami from ull imrU tlr the world name memlieta nf thai faith to bu present nt tho dwllcaiurj srrvltoM It wus estimated that muri thin 4UQUU ChrIstian ctniUt8 Ielo In the city Six srvlcoa wt ro lieli in acfiMiunudate tho vaxt thrones bllt even Hied iheru wore thousHiidt win woro uimMn to pttn ailmlslon to tin lontplo 1le naailnK capacity nf thi now wllflcH 1IceutJII Rino and at eflcl service hundreds stood in Iho alslw and In tlm rwtr of tho church The furvlcua wetn Identical am each service was about two hours In length The nrcavlmi comblncHl both tlio annual communion and the dedl calory uxerelsoa It unlat l of thi usttal Clirtntlan riclenou opening oxer cUOtt the rending of the IcnitU of Hit church a tint Ice lory addreM nnnmrod by Mrtk Mury ltek r G 1Cd4IIr im rnril N II llm Imiiulor uf the relbl Ion Mild nwil by W I Jlcrrncken tint nrat toaitor of the thnrcli and n IMMAII teriiHin etioclalty prp r4l lor tha occnatnn IIfof l ttkAtI6 precnti d II reply nf Ihunka tn Mrn Iftldy for IIC dMltca I lory mlditfm anti for her general worts In iMhnlf nf tho church I Tho new Htmnle which In entirely fr s fitmi d nt U one uf the mat Im I iHtnin mmctnro In lloolon and Is siil in bit tilt targcat church lit Nt w ICiiCland The orlghtal motlir rhurrli Billulns Hnil form iart of the new lent lIlt Th CO1I11It Ion of the ticw dl IIiv ha 11 oouploil n little menu than twn ytim AFTER PLEASANT VOYAGE Mrs and Mrs Nicholas Lengwertlt Have Flcached London Ixindon After a voyago whkh both rletlHKMl had ben the moat p eaeant IH their xflerle Mr and lln Mfbolaa Ixingwnitli reached London having Journeyed from South nmplnn where they debarked from the American line twm r 8L Ix ult lu a bautlfullr appotntnd ro al car nage attached to the American line 1fC htl nn Ille London I Soutnamp tun rnllwity Tne weather was Ideal and inft country travnrsed by the train WM hiokluj UR belt no that thwlr ftflltIlmpr ftion nt Rngland whrie ulll nnend the OMiilnc fortnlsjht ot their Iturnnean mtitng was mo t fa I vutaliln Only n nlxwl slop was made tn KotttbamptonOn Imdon Mr and M nc Longworth were met by Ambaitaador ltld and the members of the umbM Ir Mutt Mrn and Mtt neW Mrs awl IA Caaiw wife and daHghler of Uw MWolary of the Amerlcuti otalwMr and Mrs nibnn wife 6t tht nTnl at lanko Kblla at Iho entranre to the Mat ion Tsjriil htindrwt A marhums living In lxiunn Itsd nathcred lo rotne the MMipl Mr and Mm l aon worth will bo flio gutwU of the Antcrl ran ambncattdar and Itlll wlft at Uor chnvler NAIM while In r ndoo It lian mil yet IHUTI aunounreil wtiellior KIRK 18 lranl rwHI nierialH Mr and Mrs mgworth but U IH ex Hertml they will clll with lilm nt A ratlieatlt dnrlng Ascot weok Mr ami Mrs tannworth ihorongkly BtruTed the Atlantic vorage Htid Join ml wllh the other IIDlwnRInI In iho ipufM and amHHumtmU Ineldvat lo tht ttly WHISTLES BLEW At Olllonvalt For the First Time Since Work Ceased April 1IDlllonvllle O For the slnro Ilia coal hifncrc had ciwaeJ work April 1 the wliHUlea attlio M A llHiuia minim at 01111111 tile thoM of tliu Itiiby Conl Co and Hnmeoy ami jlcns UHII Coal COA at Ruah linn Kor heGul Sunday Tltajr weto blown M n notice that an tempt will bo rnndo to revtime operations under tt lOtU and 1001 scales and tile opera turn nlllclHla foe ponlldctit thitt a wtfll clent number of the old employes wttl rotnin tn york lo uemiro tho tKH 9 till nparnUon of the mines Tlie union officials havo vlallod or c y mluer and foil confident that thera willjint bo any dosorttuu from tliu or janlailofi Died From Heart Failure Sydney N S W ftlohnnl John otldun the prime minister nf Now Xmlaml dlo1 from heart falluro board llie st omer Owesly iraniEu- in which ho had embarked tn rolurii 11 Now Xnulunil Hio steamer put back nto Sydnoy Mr Heddim WH Ulr- iMirM nf ago Ills iluntli wan totally oJluJlIII Itld Two Deaths in Wreck AupiRfr OILT1Iuro were two tiuttis us Uio rosiilt nf a wreck on the icir la inllroiid Mar Maena Kngl leer Ulaclimjrn of Atlanta djcd liura nun HCiildBand A H Morils of Ma CIIII un uxlrn llremuu died at tin SC4lItt tit the wreck New Cabinet Approved 1I 4IrhlThQ robl t as has been ipprnvtd by Ilia lilns Includes Scnor ictR p vmlir and tlicllulin of Vlmodover us fornlsri mltilpter fhG- IIW I ministers took the oath of office Ill ouce v o n STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST III HOMECOMING WEEK Thousands Wll Return to Native t To Enjoy Festivities Loultvlllo Ky Jnno 9Arran- menla for the cnlertatnmont of tho thousands of vliUora expsclvd for Ui feativltliw of Horn Coming Week have been complotetl The holds hav already bookwl neavly all of tliei rooms and since In hundreds of board Ing housea U being allotted to thoii who have written the committee o1U arrangemontB The program of enter lalnment covura three dos op nlni an Wetlnoaday June 13 when the wtll coming ot Kentucky to Its lelUrftetl sons and dtniflitors will take place In tho noW armory lion Henry Watl r on Cor ntvkham and Mayor llartl will extend the woleome which will IH reapaudtd lo by former Gov David H rrauels of St IAJH Thursday June 14 will bo Poattr day A aiaiiie of the composer of the famous song My Old KonlueK Home wilt be unveiled Peculiar In I or06 1 atlaehes lo this cvont as Ute Biatue vntt raliiH by subwrlptloDi from the stnool children of Ixmiavlllt and sevoral liunditHl ot them arwwr in white will on thli day sing the two most popular songs of Mr Foster Htm SKI II Raddlng ef Uttlo UocU will bo thi orator of the ArkI Danlrt ItooMC will Ve Itonored third day A etnMie of the fantoui rlaiiMr modeled by Ml s Kntd Van Ml of LoulsrlKo will be Mnv tllotl with appreprlnte pxerclsen There wll be an atiark ON Port Itoontsbore by Indian ami other fMltim lendlitt tn tke spertai tilar Tlte Brand ball eta Ing tb event In LonUvlll will btt IVFR ibat nlfbt at tb armory Throe thousand tuuplm are eXIted 10 par Hclpate Daniel UOOMO will on titBicaalofi be prnMeMlod to the quei tt l tbe ball who la yet unknown On lat urdftjr which Is Huewn M Qrvater Ken lucky day Ihe MH shifts to Frank ten whr the corner IOBO or tht now capitol will fee laUl la Uto nt a eoe of Do llMckbam ami ail lItItIG- OICIt1Nll of KMtitirky Tlw wal fol lowing every couMy In I lie Mat lit Ihle of Jefferson will Da re a eC- O THOMAS J FRANKLIN DCAD With Wife and Fifteen Children Won Prizes for Size of family CyptMaita Ky June 9 Tbsmai J ranklln la IIIHtIl as tile retail ef a HHttrok He ww httlplaK at a saw mill betM8lMK In Clsrtinr Kebas tmt mtll a few moiilta pwt h h4 iMtI It partner of Ort I etma In bnylng and MIlling tobacco H taa IfI a wWow iR4 15 chllUron He wan a large IHOD a811 IHI anti his wife and ihHr 10 cbll Irrn hall taken prenlutu at Kenlok1 airs for brine the lartmt family la Utili rXilofl ot lhe lIIat Mr Franklin tas torn aM roared In Iranklln coun ty but lately mored ta Boarben rouay WILL RACE OLOFIELD Jury Ellis the Daring Chicago Ama Ahur Champion LouUrfll Ky June 8 Jerry KUla he Chtsnge auMlo r cbampfaM MM- Ired Ibtnipy OMneM thai he will M- bwe lo raew tile latter at tire mcettos t DMtdu iMtfk mils a youth wile rItS HWdo the Iwlr of ChloaKwawi stnnd OR cRII bjr Ida Oaring rWltir an l h hlnks he hall a chance with Uf tlrlvvr of the grejn dragon Hllta will beI- INCHIIlitl1l1ttc1 by a number of Cbleanti friends who are nthtt Iastle Ulf8r Itla huncuu far boatlnjt Old oId Negro Kept Moving TlopkliiKVllIe Ky June 7 HarriMn A I jcandor eoUirfd chsreot wltli as ultlnR Mrs George Wliltcliotwe nonr Jreenvllle and then altemptlng ID pull ler tongu out to prevent her lelUnJs or the rrlm was brought here Mai Jlkltm for sofskeeplng Will Wed Nobleman IXNUtvlllo Ky Juno 9Or and Irs Ieylon H lingo will announce tile engagetnont of Iholr tlaiightor Mian Irnlnla Hoge to the Marquln San iermano of Homo llaU Mlw Mop vent to Italy about a year ago wUII- hilI luoilief anil sliter to study music Acquitted Lexington Kr June 9Thnt a df ender of tho home can havo ilio tall rolwtfon of ih Kentucky courts was gain amply domonstraled at Hlrti mond when Mrs Nannlo NucKoM waa cqiilucd of the tharge of inurdertns Ire Vlaoa lllack at Horva Tobacco Offering tflulavllle YJy June DThe offer I ti B tit lulJaoco wore light but thq rtarkot wai active Hurley price Igot from BbO to 1360 and dark frin 16 to J7 30 Total offerings lltir rut 27 dark 101 original Inspections IIP reviews 12 J Heavy Fire Less Hopklnsflllo Ky Juno 8A loss of 100000 was caused by a fire following tin explosion In n tobacco factory hero hursday for a time threatening the lostructlou of the entire city The liro oljowod the exploalon of tho holler In Cannedy AKleins tobacco factory Horribly Mangled Fulton Ky June 711 Hardy of his place stepped In front of an In urnlng passenger train hero Wcdncs ay afternoon and was badly mangled elic hurled 10 feet from the track JllII chautes for recovery are small L1 t If 1 f HEARING ARGUMENTS Rale Cases Before State Railroad Commission Under Advisemtnt- f Frankfort Ky June 7 itarinu of arxtiment In the Kentucky tte 8110 a lcforo the alfilo rallroAd offinvrton was cotnploled and the fce 1111 der udvlioment Col Dennett II Y nit f of counsel for tile utatc clutrged that tlis 1 N U It Co liocause of oui Iolltlon mil of Cincinnati dltcrlm Inatea aitnlnK all of fliP central 111 wwlem setllona of the state It raicx on the Kentucky Central dlvlnlon bo Ing according to lil figures from n to It nr cent lower than on the mulo tern Henderson and Knoxvlllf iii M ldH8 and that tho rates on It Let InfiUm division bmauo oj CinclnnaH connorUon 1111 from 15 to 28 per reui lower than on tlla ihno dlvUlonn j ir imiuaU He dAinantletl that the oir mlaalon reduce rntwi on all other ii Thilons to met thonu In vogue on t a Jt O illvlHlon Col Henry L Sion chief counsel for ilia 1ft N r iH o I ed that Ita raIlS on tho K f I unrcatonnblo low and not ut an i are no crllerUitt for raleo on oilcr illvbjleui He prod wl figures to lit w UMl the U N Co nut earntnt a fair rcinrn ett lh tnonpy It 1tu lnfM od lit Keniucky anti to which he on Udr It entitled under the nilln C tb rnllefl State nuprrinc court u tile range at Smith va AniH q IN CUSTODY OF SHERIFF Judge Hargls Indicted For Mutitr of Dr D F GJX- L xInirtoH K JUBP 8 Wunl 11 i trvcflvvd from JarkMin Ilreatbtit lr that Judge Janirh llarida vm in dieted fur thtfjunrdci o llr U F fvIn Jackron four f11 aro and u Klvrn to Ilif cuvttxly ul tilt Jwllci tlu i J J ItMih HarKla Htturnry liis fUslo that tho cnie be tr n feir I a another MMiHty fur iilal a 8rtI tiirrotiBty oOlrUlB are itnfaitnuMIr to ilii HarfUoa Circuit Juilgo KWdi C the IlrMttliHI dUirki lIaa drlln l prr Mc In tlee ca and Hand alii If av In Jet until Gov Iiorkhaiii Ii IMiltila nothT trial JiiJg Iari IM already umUr InitKtmvnt foi ii pllcltf In ik aaaaMlMilon of Unifti Marrnm and Janir Corkrlll Harxiv ln tl i men t INt cauM H a senaatlon r f- It was bellmed that Ihp OtK would never be lnv tliatcd HIS FOURTH TRIAL Caleb Power Has Been Taksn 10 Georgetown to De Rudy CfeorROtown K Juno 8CItbIHiwtjrs for rirtary of eta I IQ- I chartftl with direct compile in lit alavlHf f Oov Oocbfl in the t f ft Itottte yard at Frankfort Jan 1 1MO has 1HN1 i brought fnim IKIC to tin rtMiiHyJall lirrc to lie rd ftr hi fouilh trtal for minder whirl le Rtit In till rlt ahmtly I ow rr lian Iwwe tftlfId to IItf 1mIll menl and owe rond RiHrd to deotlv In iHirh rIN the court of appeal hfl s rrant Ml hlM a nw trial Iowen IK In bta U IM 1 xtXHl aolilts aJho li very MHWIttitotfc III to Ills rttanre f- aN Unll a Mr trill In the IItt ront lie will be lrld by tpi pal tvim f touit aod by n 1lal Judge appointed ty IIe sjoreruor Two Roads Change Hands MUldlMboro KJne8TIi Bi I Mountain railroad running from I by Va to Intermotit Vn a dUiamn of n mil and wbloh 11 owned II v tu loavlfle and Naahvlllo railroad K i utton rMirftlmsad by tho Virginia and Southwestern rHllrtwd which 14 r IKirtcHl aliiu to Irave iiurchaiod th Pig pan Creefc railroad tfom Intcrniont in iho i lant of the tmboden Cot ant Coke1 Co a dlslnneo of two tnllM Carnegie Library Iexlnglon Ky Juno 8Pr clent- J K Patterson announced that ra lagto hod donaiod 130000 to rwi A lltrary on the grounds of Ute state A iml M oollogo Tlio fftqt wat an tmincod during commoncomcnt expr cues and wan A MitprlM to the friend of tho eolltge Woods Appointed Washington June 7 TIM Ion fliht over the npiioftitiHont of I IIOM Ituuier at I iilvlll Ky was 111 by tho aimounommt that tlu 1I1h1 lent tyd tUcIdetl in appoint llotu K Wood to eiicoeod llr llakor 0 Dy the Razor Route Owensboro Ky Jtoo JbrJ L Curry latrkt wiperlntendont for the 1I1al hand Accldonl Iiiiuranjo Oo for this llatrlcl made an to rn l iia ife by cutting hll throsft with a raxorv Ho will probably dip Announced His Candidacy x Washington Juno 9 Ilepiv ntu Ivo South TrlrabJ off tho neventit Kentucky eongrosoloual district Ai dllY mado nnnounccihcrit of his fdn Jldnoy for lieutenant governor on tho lemocrntlc ticket Grand Jury Indicts Lexington Ky Juno 71be Breath fit county grand Jury returned hl in llctmeut nealnst exCounty Judgo aniDH Hargls charging him with tho nurder of Dr B D Cox wlo waa isflttsulnnted April 21 1909 as he Va- In route to the home of a patient Can Not Dodge Taxes Frankfort Ky Juno DIn the CaR of tho Continental Tolincco Co VH City of Loiilsvlllo the court nf apt ftIH icld that u new company cati not buy nn old factoiy and clam oicmptln for Ivc years an tile property j h I r r- UPTON SINCLAIR STRIKES BACK i =Author or The unQle Faces Pflncc of Packers With Awful Array of Pacts Calculated to Destroy the Infamous Industry I ArmourIhlaiiftliterlioiwM In on Impregnable sail protecting the jwblla tram Im pure meAt and that not an atom of theIton Hlnolnlr author of The Junglo a trrrltlr tntomont of packinghouse condition studied the meal Industry for two yoani Including much tmt spent In the Chicago torkycrd as a Workman he II tho belt eqalitptd timslilo authority on stockyard ondt tone In Kverybodys Mule alno for Way Mr Sinclair makes a startling nhd convincing answer to Mr Ar mours assertion Commnnelng with I the diulemmit that J Ogden Armour U the ntumltitp and not the nomlual I V JiVad of the great parking IMHUO In lilixiry which tMNire hltt name Mr Sin clan says I know that In tlio state ininis iMrinl Mr Armour willfully and drlltmniioly state what ha alwo lately and positively lnowt to Ira falboO l tt Flint Tin might be properly equipped to dmrrlbo ftmdlitqni In Parking town Mr Slnrralr worked for a period ac a laborer In the plant of Ac dour I Co and he tells of Mgliw of nkh and horror such as lue hopes nevrr to w n but the lront dlhtllltbatyfw uixrliitrtidrnt at Armour l1 Ceu Chicago plat Tomas F Dolan of Rotten Mr Sinclair In his article I MVH At Ike time of the einh lHiMMef vcamlftl it Ibr rflttrlaslon of the Spsu ith war when the whole country ass rotivolMNl with fury Inflr the rcvela tlon nude by soldiers sail nflW r InrludiHi Oen Miles unit Prraldtnt HoowvMO roNn rnlng the quality of- carati wblrh Armour t Co had fur TiUhnI to till troops sad foqo rnnt the dMth rntn whir It hail fUMd- tlla enormity of the coiMlrmniMi mmt Industry IWOIBP middrnly rlwr to one man who had forwnrty super lied It Mr Tbomae P nolan thru tMltllng In Bouon hid up to a bort thin prn Iaua hen a svprlnlmlal lit Armour ft Cos and one nf Mr Philip n Armour moot capable and frovted men W1fea he red of the ilrathraie In the army ho made in ftklavlt eonwnlitu the things wkleb- wtro lane In the etitaldUlimvnt 4f Ar inonr A Co and this atndnU ho look to the New York Journal wines pair llilicil It on March 4 2t3 lien are tome wtrarts treat it Thn wore many ways of grtflng around the Impoclors sa many In tart that not pore than two or hre tltttlr wit of lMO were condemned 1 knew exactly what I am writing of In ihli ronnortlon ax my partkwUr ln 4nirtlons from Mr W K More tHipcrlninndrrt ef the toef iuemra for d 1tnnlleI sad tame Into the siaughterhoee or I the kirfiTitboiV I wms nutliQrtwM by 1 t Pleren to take bis hud ott than retno lng ihe rTldcnfesof Iumpylaw ntid after rniilnjc the arallttn jiertlon Into the tank where refiiM goal to rrhd the tint of the rarcam on IU way to tnarkrt- TT HMO arcs n much M 40 pounds et flMlininictfrd with Rtngftno cut from jho cnrfta A of a beet lit order that theiwtof the animal might be utDUert ih trade One of the mOlt Important restila ttuns of the bursa of animal Indus try 1s that no rows I11 calf era to be placed ot the mart Out of a J laughter of 2000 rows or a slaps fellllng jtorhap onehalf nro with calves My Inrtruetlona from Mr 11erre were to dl poo of slue nlres by biding them until night or until the Inspectors loft oft duty The lit lIe aurasees were then brought from il All over the pncklnghonse and skinned t boys who recelreil two cents for removing each pelt The polls were n61d for M cents each to the kid glove f msnufactatir This Occurs every night nt Mr Armour concern at Chi cago or after each killing of cows 11 now propose to state bnre exalt what I myself leave wUnewcd In Jjilllp D Armours pueking hound with rattle that bal p been condemned by tBo pojcrnrecnt inspectors A workman one Nicholas Newson lurlne my time Informs tho tor that tho tanks ne prepared reception of tho condemned InApeef that lute presence Its required the beef cast Into tho Ieamtank liHpector proceeds at onto to tho place I indicated and the condemned cattle i having been boiiRht UP to the Jankj A Stone Barometer In northern Finland so a native tfI which paper ecrreenlhe lababltants net an Infallible barometer At the approach of rain this Hone turn t black or blackish ira while In flue weather of a light color and covered with lWhlto spots Proably It Is a fossil mixed with clsr and containing rock salt niter or ammonia which accord Jni lo q greater or less degree of In the atmosphere wvacti MagaslWk r room on tracks are forthwith cast Into the hissing steainbollers and dis appearHat the condemned steer does no stay In tho tank any longer than tho tlmo required for lite remain to drop through the boiler down to the floor blow whore he Is caught on a truck and hauled hock again to tho ousting room The bottom of the tank wan open and the steer passed through the apwture I hare witnessed the fani many times I have seen the beef dropped Into the vat in which n steam pin e was exhausting with a great noise so that the thud of tho beef striking the truck below could not be heard and In a abort tlmo I leave wlttitMCd Nicholas bringing II back to bo pro pared for the market I have even marked beef with my knife so as tn distinguish It and watrliod It return to the point whore It started Of all the calls of the stockyards the canning department Is perhaps the wont It Is there that the cattle from all parts nf the United States are prepared for canning No mutter how s rawny or debilitated cannon are thy must go the route of the r brothers and arrive ultimately it tilt great V lllng vats where tbey aro steamer until they are reasonably tender rtttadles of gristle and bfine melt Into pulpy masses and are stirred up for the tanning department I bave ffn eatttle caste Into Ar mouri utockyardH so weak sad ex haunted that they expired lit the car rein where tkey lay for an hour or two dead until they were afterward bellied In skinned and put on the market for beef or Into the canning deportment for cans In other words the Armour Bata IMnnpnt WM telling carrion There are hundreds of other In the employ of Mr Armour w iranld verify every tine J leave writ ln Thy hive known of these things ever dace picking l M bent anj IndiiMry Uut I do tint ask them to rom to th front In this matter I Mand on MY Bath went for word Mn j IDC for ntH w and statement for i nutrmcnt I write thin story of My own free will and caution and no OHO ls re pemtibh for It but myadf It is the prod et of tit yean of experience It hi the troth the whole truth and nothing but the trvtkso help rae God THOMAS F DOf AV Sworn to sad aubcrlt l before me this lint day G slarnh1899- OItVILiE F PUIIDY Notary Public Kings County N Y fVrtUccte Ned In New York county Tho lsnlflcan e of this statement as Mr Sinclair notes to heightened by the fart that iniWUIiod as It was In a nw pop r of prominence whoso 1 roprii ler In a man ef Immense wealth eourtaIMr Rlnelalr makes i and Chew abundant proof that the worry Incidental to the embalmed beef scandal during the war with Hpaln caused the death of Philip D Armour and that millions of dollars were spent by the packing Interests In the effort to beep concealed the truth about the matter The awful mortality from disease among the sol diem during that few weeks campaign was dlntlnctly altrlbutublo to the meat rations supplied to the army Tbere seems Itn II reason to doubt that meat lit little fit for human food Is still bvlnK placed on the market How touch disease and death has been tbe outcome may be Imagined Summing up the entire facts of the situation JJr Sinclair concludes Wrjtini tn n magazine of large circulation and Influence and hating the floor all to himself Mr Armour spoko serenely and boastfully of tbe innllty ol his meat products and challenged the world to Impeach his Integrity hut when ho was brought Into court charged with crime by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania ho spoko In a different tone nnd to a different purport he said guilty Ho plodded this to a criminal Indict ment for soiling preforvod minced ham In Greenburg nod pail the flue of BO and reels He pleaded guilty again In Shenandoah Pa on June 1C 1905 to the criminal charge oft selling adulterated block weirst and again ho paid the flue of SCO and costs Why should Mr Armour bo let off with fines which nre of leas rouse quence to him than the price of n postage stamp to you or me Instead of going to Ja like other convicted criminals who b not happen to be millionaires IThe Many Virtues of Salt Salt puts out v Ore In tho chimney Salt In the oven under baking tins will prevent scorching on the bottom Silt and vinegar will remove stains from discolored teacups Salt and soda are excellent for bee stings and spider bites Salt thrown on soot which has fallen on tho carpet wH prevent plains Salt put on Ink when freshly sprtfcdon a carpet will remora the spot Salt thrown on a coal flr i which is low will revive It Salt turd ID sweeping carpets keejc out II10tbl1 TrtH WATCH INDUSTRY Klllid by British Freo Trade and Pro rooted by American Pro tection- Mosauchuaetts Is one of tho states Whore watches are made In large quantities Certain congressmen of Massachusetts have just been thrown hard by tho other ReTpubllcnns in con uruss because they made on sppeul for a chance to mnko a revision of the protective tariff to push this country along toward free trade The people already know says tho Worcester Telegram which kind of congressmen- t they are In favor of but hero Is one more point which stick out to disturb the position of the Massachusetts con Braaemen T P Hewitt nihnaglns director of the Lancashire Watch company In Unglaml has written an article for the Mognslne of Commerce in which he rushes the claim mud shows the proof that the watch mnk tug Industry of the United Kingdom In which It formerly led tho world Is being rapidly transferred to the Unit cd States Transferred is an easy word but tho Englishman should have the advantage of all such consolation because he feels boil enough about losing the industry without having Americans change the word to one vrhljh would sound more forceful But Mr Hewitt writes It plain enough In Well words Party yours ago tho belt known devices In the modern watches were Invented by English makers and at that time only 10000 watches were made annually In the Infed State add 104000 in Great DriUln nut the whole sltuu then has been reversed end while in Great Britain only 220000 watches wore trade In 1902 in the United States the enormous number of 2780000 were turned out The American watch led rapidly superseding the Swiss as well use flu English winch Mr Hewitt unys the decay of tho witch making industry In linglsnil to eue d by the oUioloseont assay Inwa and their strict enforcement In Great Urltaln and the fctlch of tree trade which has blnderad imrllnment in Its iegia laden Tho center of the watch mnk Ing trade In Bngland b at Birming systelubtain was returned to parliament from prieriremight be enough to luusure the con groMiHon of Masmchusetu If they Quid beck into the Kepttbllcaii party before the time for reelection tames around They did not succeed In kill lag the watch making trade of Mniwa rhMMtts by tree trade aa It has been killed In Hngtand and there Is a proa pact that they never will be afire to do It RIDICULOUS NTHE FACE To Ask Americans to Forsake a olloy That Has Shown Sushi Good ResultsI The growth of our foreign trado Is marvelous The tariff revisionists have boon sounding the note of alarm tbat If tho duties are not stashed we shall have a customs war with Germany at least and perhaps with say ernl other European powers Their theory Is Bhuttorod says the Plltstmrg Tlmos by the steady increase of ex Port particularly of manufactures If tbu foreign peoples could dispense with what they are buying from us or If onr prices wero exorbitant theta would bo no gain In shipments to re port If It was not that they thud the American goods and produats India pen ablll to thorn they would not be Co eager customers and they would not tie buying moro and more with each successive year The German Kovoiument has retreated from its programme of a tariff conflict with the United States for 1C months und It Is altogether probable that If wo eland patit wlI flfld oxou e ford laying hostilities at tho cud of that time Thoro Is no solid ground for mak- Ing concessions to any nation that would injure our Industrial activity and prosperity Manufactures and trade are swelling In nmount under the Dlngley tariff It is manifestly ridiculous to ask Americans to for Billie a policy and a system that are producing such magnificent results tb try experiments the ontcouio of vblch would be doubtful Dependent No Longer A prose dispatch from Essen Ger many mentions the expected demand from San Francisco for structural etccl und adds The steel syndicate tins just voted JK25 increase In the price fur half rolied and structural steel Our foreign friends have June just this thlnff to us sovarel times in the past In 1880 they found us short 01 steel rails and held the price on us at S40 for two months averaging JC760 for the year Then we were pigIronUlngley fart we wilt probably make more than 25000000 tons and tie German steel syndicate can put their price where they please without hurt- Ing consumers in the United States American Economist The ofIowa Il Goy Cummins could succeed In getting free trade with Canada in nut ural products the burden of his In 1nceasedeastern markets then could It bo said of our great agricultural interests as It was said of Anmsa after ho re ceived the sword turust in the fifth rib And het struck him not again and he ailed Give us what Cummins icmrnds and profitable farming u a UnpIds SAILOR USES HIS LIPS In Taking Soundings He Sometimes Kitecs the Line to Atcer 1R taln Depthr i One of tbe mat useful and necessary nrtlclpe among the findings of a well found ship l R the batitl lend writes a sailor to tho Independent It Is n 1g pound lend ixttfehed by a lender thong to a small but stput mn nlln line and wo use It to loarn what depth we are sailing in when we dont know anything eke The load line up to 10 fathoms is divided and subdivided into nine nayfathomOne Is a deep because it goes furth est down two three and five are marked by strips of leather of varying shapes the Intermediate marks are shown by strips of cloth of different colors and textures Thirteen and 15 are marks red white or blue Eighteen and 19 are deeps and 20 fathoms Is Indicated by a small cord Irrevocably spliced In between tho lays of the line and bear lag a double knot When wo are drifting about a lee shore or driving along a strange cuss in thick weather an able seaman Is always lashed In the chains to keep tho hand lead ullve and let us know what soundings we are In- To throw the lead properly requires a good doal of practice The seaman gets a good awing on the lead by way lug It hack and forth a few tlmea Just above the water line then he pays out and whirls the lump of lead In a twofathom circle around his head and lets go as far forward as possible to keep up with tho momentum of the driving ship Then he hauls In the slack of the line and calls out to the officer of the watch In u long drawn singsong tone what iepth he has found and casts his lead ngalu In the daytime the marks are easily discernible but in the darkness of night we cannot distinguish them by color and therefore we must go by touchIt easy to tell by feel whether you are testing a cotton ng a woolen clout or a strip of bunting But It often happens that our fingers become so bonumbed by frost and cold that there la no longer any feeling in thorn Then we clutch the dripping line and kits the nearest mark and the sensitive lips will Instantly tell what depth we are in I Heads Ini It Is an unpleasant and unexpect ed surprise he said It is like toe eurprlRO a friend of mine met on a train In West Virginia As the train traversed WM coun ty my friend entranced with the sctu crystuck his head out of the window Tile brakeman hurried to him snp said Keep your heal Inside cant you What for asked my friend So you wont damage any of the Iron works on the bridges gnld tlio brakeman N Y Tribune By a sin i rule the length of the day and night at any time of the year may be ascertained By doub ling tbe time of the suns rising the length of the night Is obtained and by doubling tbe time of setting the length of tbe day U given Lost Weight Yeast You didnt seem to gain any weight while you were down south Crlmsonbeok How could I Way my nose peeled three tlmus Yonkers Statesman Valuable Deposit Fund Monarite valuable as the source of the thoria used In the manufacture of Incandescent gas mantles has been found In the ground of southern Ni gerian river beds The only othe- Drltlah deposits are In Ceylon Save for Sunny Ones HI dont see any use declared Mrs Wright Inn It In saving up money for a rainy day when Its only on tho rulny days that one cant go shop ping Cleveland Leader MARKET REPORTS ClnHrviBU June e CATTInFnlr to good u So S W Heavy ater HO triftSExtra tJ 115 C0Mixed JF1OUwii HATNO s w tt 91 SOATSNOSItAHIKVNuHAi Choice timothy W POUKriear men 17 C- OlAHU rlm 8 K 18 w UPTTKltllinlp dairy mChulce cmimery 1 1t1 Photon per bbl 5 00 to POTATOKSNfw r bhi4W C 4 Z ivOldCHICAGO 10UnWtner S SO O S 11 t31fNnUIINNu mind Er MV iSItYhNqSu187bIAItIPrrma lfr NEW YORK FIOITIwinir patent I W- wii 04SMATNO 2 red tr ts f8UOATSNoii KiV iiern mixed ill n0f K MmIt rime 17 W- LAItOlTIme full G1 team 880- nALTIMOHE Q I sa SSVCOHNNo t5 0 67 VIiS1I00SUoOLOUISVILLE 8714catNNo Vt50 LAKOVrlme steam g IIS INDIANAPOLIS ISUDOestUlt 1 5iBerea CollegeFOUN- DED T 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40Teaohera and 900 Students frcm 26 States Lraul College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONSi APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Course with agriculture for flung men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years fNORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading ta t County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACDUMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for businW and for life COLLEGE COURSESLiterary Scientific Classical leading tc r Baccalaureate degrees MUSICChoral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theoryihere to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian Iducatlon Our instruction is a tree gift Students pay n small incidental i fee to meet expenses of the ijchool apart from instruction and must INIpay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11ceks S2425 Fall term opened September 13 Winter terns 21I21iCongrega tionalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominaliooa For information and friendly advice addressthe Secretary v WILL C GAMBLE Borea Madison County IyI1 GG Q fif j RICHMOND GREENHOUSES G Phone 188 Richmond Ky i fI I 1 OUT FLOWERS i DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS 9e w xtrKrxKKrrrrKKrrrrrrrrrrrrrOP PKKKKKKKKKKKKKKr- KKKKKKFurniture t 0 t ti Carpets Matting and Lace Curtains tt j tTakea look through our IIlockit will surpriee jou how well reasonably wo can supply your wants fI 5kp New Florence drop top ball bearing Sowing Machines at J t ta CRUTCHER EVANS Richmond Ky J I IirFlioiiB73 NIlIt hulle 4700 x ciJr l- atltitAAAAA ASIwAA71c11SISt Ail+lit7tALrAk +lAitAl e + t J1 Carriage Satisfaction Here j Buggies Phaetons i 1 Eunabouta8uriesv i TrapsfDurablo r Graceful a Useful c4 j Comfortable StylishI f kl Our Vehicles are every one FLAWLESS in wheel body jlatch and trimmings No other eort could give tho satisfaction ours 1 carriages Inratlablj give 4NOWwro paint repair and rotlr + Got our prices f KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C P HIGGIKS Prop Rlckmotg1tyiI Ji t Madison County Roller Mills KltlIoIoIoJMIManufacturers Fancy Roper Flow Cora Melt Ship StuIU Crushed Corn Etc l Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will bus bird to beat qPRIDE OF MADISON it inolfcer Excellent Floura Rid 1H4i S+ a 5JPotts DuersOfr JH u 5MM JCT 1 w l II 0liliiii i fo Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 J for Men 300 250 and 200 for f H g Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1 The reputation of W 1 DougUi thou for style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to giro better utlifactlon than j other makes because the standard has always been placed 10 high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect i fit r inspection inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY t I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I- Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t LLLLLLLLLLLLl4I11 ItEttIht I I I I I I I I I I I Miss Margaret C Horn and Dr P Cornelius wore married Tuesday morning Juno 5 nt the residence of Rov A E Thomson Dr nnd Mrs Cornelius were driven to Richmond where they took the train for a few days visit with relatives of Mrs Cor nuliuA in Ohio before sailing for Europe The best wishes of all the friends of both go with them I Mrs Chas L Hanson entertained J a number of her friends at her homo Saturday night in honor of her cousin Miss Kntheryne Cook of Co liua Ohio MURic games nnd re freshments made tho evening highly enjoyable to all Miss Rigby spoke at the Parish House Sunday morning on missions and missionary work in Burma Her talk illustrated by curios from her- r I fluId of work was highly enjoyed by tall who heard it Childrens Day exercises took tho place of tho regular preaching service Sunday morning at the Congro gational church Tho children did I very well and tho exercises were much enjoyed by all in attendance Miss Welsh Wives on Friday morn ing on tho 330 train for Booth Bay Maine where she spends the sum mor Miss Robinson loaves next Tues day to visit iu Clinton Conn Boa ton and Luconia N H before sail lug July 7 on tho Romanic of the 1Whito Star Line from Boston to to take a tour with a Christian Endeavor party thru Italy Swit zerland down tho Rhino in Germany and over to London She returns from Liverpool with Mrs Cowley i and Miss Clurk sailing August 21 We wish the College faculty would introduce tho study of practical I ethics somewhat earlier in the cours ce A student called at the Citizen office the other day and announced w that ho had been getting another = mans paper for some weeks but as he was going home and his people tako the paper it might be well for tho editor tQ look into tho mutter Prof Rumold has gone to Kan J BOS to spend the summer in a law office Ho tins already been admit ted to the bar Prof Edwards goes into Ohio for extension work for the summer Ho- JJuaveswithin a few days Thomson expects to attend the Commencement at Oberlin next week Tho faculty of the College had a brief meeting Monday morning nod gave up Tuesdays meeting on ac count of tho pressure of work in on turtaining the delegates to the En campment and kindred organizations Miss Goodman who has b n e u f staying with Miss Robinson for n J time has left for Chicago where she will spend the Bummer Childrens Dayexerciscswero het at the Parish House on It was a very creditable service and Boomed to be enjoyed by all present o C J n 11 Tho Bishop of Ripon wants h training school for matrimony Ben trice Fairfax objects Sho says that peso is the only teacher of such things Perhaps but it will work bettor when mixed with plain old fashioned horse sense and nu apprenticeship in cooking bacon and cornbread for tho home folks It takes something more than love or what is called by that name to snake a happy home on from five to ton dol lars a week Make a note of it young people Judge Johnson of Williamsburg is in town on business Miss Welch has received a postcard from Miss Clurk from Niagara Falls Miss Clark will sail front Montreal Thursday with Dr and Mrs Cowley This is Homo Coming Week in Louisville High honor will bo given to the memory of Foster tho author of My Old Kentucky Homo and to that of Daniel Boone We hope that the occasion may bo seized by Kentuckians to learn My Old lon tucky Homo without u book Stat ues of both Foster and Boouo will be unveiled Indiana bas nominated a man named Brian for the presidential campaign of 100 x Brian f Brian It seems as tho wo have heard that name before Probably it was in the funny column of the Courier Journal Mrs Chas L Hanson is driving a- very pretty pony and cart on our streets these days The public ceremony of laying tho corner stone of tho new Capitofbuild ing will be on Saturday of this week Tho main addresses will be delivered by the lIon AI V McChesnoy Sec rotary Of State nnd by the Hon Wm Lindsay Brief addresses will also be made by others A lot of voters who have heard of the free alchohol bill will find themselves up against n great dis appointment next fall Mountain CitizenTwo young men Steve and Will Turner wore on the streets this week in handcuffs They were arrested for stealing cattle over around Combs Steve Turner is one of tho brace of cheap bad men who shot Will Fin ley at Bear Wallow on election day golingof years and it is hoped that tho ar rest of these men wlll put a stop to further wrong doing Many stores and homes in town and the main Colleges buildings are quite elaborately decorated this week in honor of our visitors Tho Citizen force is too busy gutting out the daily to decorate Our work is coin contribution to the occasion sellinglemonado had to pay a license tee this IIbavo The now law wont into force 10 No huxtering now without Ia license I x Ie- lJO William Gnbbard was struck by the noon train Tuesday and it is feared has sustained serious injury Mr Gabbnrd was standing near tho trackand on trying to stop back as the train en mo in slipped nnd nar rowly escaped death No blame is said to attach to the engineer Tho meat packers estimate that the disclosures in regard to tho methods at the packing houses will cost them J100000000 Serves them right Cussedness usually catches up with its nuttier When p i boywe used to hear tho following HtlbUlitIthemselves on what seems successful I meanness deepHoBut for his sin ho did fall iu Tho pit ho digged for f other T G Pasco Heron College 07 who has been until recently Super intendent of Schools in North Fair fitId 0 line recently been elected to a similar position in the Mont imlierschoola Williams county Ohio at an increased salary Tho Mont pclieriMiper congratulates tho people of the community on tho election of u capable and olficiont teacher The action of tho Normal School Regents in selecting Prof R N Roark for tho presidency of tho East approvalbysor Roark is eminently fitted for the position and his appointment will guarantee a high degree of efficiency iu the work of tho school Tho members of tho Southern States Immigration Commission ox perienced a dull sickeniug thud on visiting Ellis Island in search of cheap labor for the south There thoy found that tho reason why im migrants do not come south is simply because thoy do not receive such high wages there ns in the north Your bid gentlemen Ciillrgn New The annual meeting of tho trustees convened on WLtlncsclny and adjourned on Thursday night fourteen trustTO being present Tho general affairs of the institution wore carefully reviewed and several new ap pointments already announced in the Citizen wore confirmed A commit tLC was appointed to dotormino ways and moans for accommodating the town with water and electric light from the supplies of tho Collude Time Dodge property was contracted for so that this important corner will be purposeelDrsence for four months nUll Professor Hubbell for one year President Frost will bo away less for tho com ing yerir and do more in school affairs toschingeta The trustees adjourned subject to the coil of tho president vhenovor there is n decision from the Kentucky Court of Appeals upon the j validity of the Day law I Tho following trustees attended the commencement exercises and trustee meeting Guy Ward Mallon Hurbert A Wilder James Bond Curtis F Burunm Samuel IL Hanson W E C Wright J Cleveland Cady E A Thomson Wm R Belknap Wm E BartonTho following aro a few names among tho many commencement vie itors Judge Wm Beckner of Win chester Miss Mary Belknap and Miss Christine Belkuap of Louisville Mr and Mrs W A Hillis of Clove land Rev John T Fulton Alexis Ills James U Little Bristol Tonn D B Wells Angola N Y Miss Emma Hagan Burning Springs Ky Dr and Mrs Shultz Fort Wayne Ind Mr and Mrs Tribble Lexing ton Ky Miss Orillu Eastman Ottawa Ohio Mr nnd Mrs Fowler Kirksvillo 1y Mr and Mrs Paul Derthic Jackson Ky Mrs HubboU mother of Dr Hubbell Mrs Reese grandmother of Miss Margaret Liv engood of Rarenna 0anll Mr Haskall of Nowton Mass Miss Campbell will spend the simmer nt her home in Moumouth Ill Miss Hondricks at her homo iu Woodstock 111 C D Lewis and E S Scale will spend part of their vacation study lug in Chicago University Mr Gamble leaves Thursday for New York City where ho will spend a mouth in tho Evnngolistical Cam paign where ho will havo charge of the singing in ono of the large tents Dr Cowley will spend three months in London Eng studying- Mr Rigby willspend part of his vacation at his old homo In Iowa Miss Schumakor goes to her home in PennsylvaniaMr will spend the sum mor to Berea Mr Deano takes up work under the American Sunday School Union for tho summer Miss Raymond loaves Monday for New York City whore she will spend part of the timo with her brother C R Raymond before going to her home in tho western part of the state Miss Virginia Boatright will spend her vacation in Ililsbqrp Q v r I + f t 1 fr t 1C a I G D Holllday the real estate photoIshowingIshoeks nro especially interesting Mr Hol iday ifl doing lots of business this sunnier Tho address before tho literary societies at tho College was given Tuesday night Juno 5 by the Rev J T Fulton of Alexis 111 Ho fijxko of tho valuo of an ndoqnnto conception of an cdncutiun showing that tho work which a man doors mid tho Ixwor that ho accumulates de- Pend upon his conception ofau education Tho Grand Jury of tho county line roooinnionclucl to tho Fiscal Court that measures IH titkon looking toward cleanliness and decnnoy nt the county jail It must Im that there in clangor that ROIIIO number of do fuRt fiunhUoa will gut into jail whntIParties desiring to rout sowing machines for a month or more CUll gut seine at IL II ChrismanV Fur nituro store fertilizer C C Rhodus tolls fertilizer too IA good stock of a good article Seo before buying ITh Mlnlntrrii lteleaeA well known minister of n kirk In Glasgow wis one tiny passing along the High street when tie was Accented by n crowd of street Kttinliw one uf whom unlil tnlncltlovouMy but with ht conning gravity Dye ken minister the doll Is deed Tho oilnUtcr made no Immediate resjwnsc but on time whole crew rclterotluj tho cry The delta deed limo dolls decdl ho turned anti raising his outstretched hands as If to pronounce a blowing reported Ach yo pair lectio faltbltsa bummer TO cum A coca IN ONI IIAV Tat ZAXAT1VK DROMO online Tbteta- DnigaitsrduwlmenerlfItfalislecure8 W CKOVKHnlRtulurr Uonrtch hoe JSC Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Seed fM bee umpl SCOTT ft IKJWNE OwmhM- HHqe rearm Siirel Ntw York yon and f Ui AU dror- ahuFEELING LIVERISH This NTAREioriuu7 I A Gentle Laxative And Appetl- urGONSTIPATION i respectterof It U Just M commonaa mong child ren u It It parents with The tbelll tion more llkelIto acute stage develop teri ously the little folkibe CAUse of the difficulty In detecting It Many a child has died from constipa Lion or Illness arising from It when It might have been saved by the timely Dr Caldwellstarat- toSyrup Pepsin This Is tho greatest remedy known for correcting constipated conditions Dont Is affected but administer a dose of tho medicine occasionallyYou a perceptible change for the healthy and a livelier disposition Dr Gddweir Sytep Pepsin Is a good thing to have In the house because It U good for the whole family Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin caa be obtained In both dollar and half dollat tiles from all druggists Your win be refunded u It does not benefit Your poat1 card rrquKtwIU brtnQ by ret an our 11 CAIDWELLS BOOR OP WONDHKJand fru sample btboia who have never tried tfcta woalrM- Near MoUieri writ toda r PEPSIN SYRUP 00 UIIN fer Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY i I L Lest You Forgetaim Its easy to forget Especially to overlook the little things In the rush to get ready for your vacation dont forget the little needs that you arc likely to want badly when you cant conveniently get them Suggestions Tooth brushes powder or paste Toilet soap in metal cases or otherwise hair and cloth brushes toilet waters and perfumes combs sponges safety razors shaving materials headache tablets smelling salts tnlcum powder chamois skinstfoot casc corn plasters oteLet us show you t I The Porter Drug Co iNOORrORATKD ofo ho ho+o+u+o+o+o+o+ooo+o+O+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ato+O- Atr the UptoDate Grocery 1 == =YOU CAN BUY = ttho verbixyet and freshest goals I gut them fresh two or a week no stuff that tins boon Qn hand Standard Sugar Corna0O F1relltOOfOn12t I + 1 9 Bent Nary Ikans01 t Brown Sugar01I+ I son n complnto lino of iinwnro all kinds of staple and t fancy groturliM lmrtlwnrot hay nil kinds seed iwUtoc and mill feed Prompt delivery to all parts of oily IWD LOGSDON Prop to+o+o+oo+o+ooo+Oo 0+oo+o+0+o+oooo+o o 7 7JF F P I Furniture is a NecessityiYou must have it to make your home or room look nnd fool comfortable for the winter There is no bettor I time to buy than now and we have the things you nood Kitchon Dingy ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed I room Suites Desks Carpets Window Shades Pictures etc W LOUIS 0 LESTERI Next to the Mill Chestnut AvcWPhone 93 f 1fI EeEEEeEEEEEEEEEEEEEE o oooooooooooooooeoooooooo o oo 0 i0 0 i i The NewCash Storef o f ioiVetake this opportunity of again calling your I attention to the fact that we have Clothing Hats I a Shoes Ladies Skirts Notions Trunks Suit Cases t o and Telescopes We also have a firstrate line of I Furnishings for gentlemen ladies youths boys and- o I the little folks which we offer at a very low price I o considering the quality of the goods The truth imust be told We have goods and they are marked I with prices that will soonplace them in others hands Ii Let this be you t o Yo respectfully t 0 7 Harris Rhodus iCorfr J S i e e 8 8 e8eyl Nit tsx 4- p HIMWOLD REPORT OF 7 it J STOCK YARDSiNVESTIGATION President Roosevelt Submits It to Congress and Urges Immediate Action By That Body I He Advises Drastic and ThoroughGoing Inspection By the Fcderal Government of All Stock Yards and Packing- Houses I and of Their Products So Far As Latter Enter Into Interstate or Foreign Commerce WuhrngtonTl president submit ted te engross the preliminary report of Ipas Ndll and Reynolds with his 1 own recommotiiitiUonH ni follows To the Senate and House of Ileprn t tentative 1 transmit herewith the report of fltr James Ilronmn Reynold and Commissioner Ohaijea P Nolll the rpeclal committee whom I atipolnlcil to Inrtvilfmte Irtto the condltlone In the ok yards ot ChUngo and report thcrron to me This repbrt li of aI rvllrolnary nature I iiilmilt It to jou bwause It shows the urgent need I of Immediate action by UM congreea la the direction of providing a drastic and therolisH going Inspection by UN tdooral govrniuzit or nil stock yard and packing houw and of their prod iti so far as the latter cnlr Into Intfritato or foreign rommrrr The conditions shown by mm this thort Inspection to exIt t In the Chicago folk yards are rnvoltlnc It la 1m jK railvly neecsaary In the Interest ol clixcnry that they kbouM bo radically hangr4 Under ibe existing law It- t i lmpo1M to secure WtH J hllotmint IWlrn my nttetnfton Wall It grit dl Ms mailer an lDvetlgatloa a mudf under the bureau of animal laiViMi of the department of atrl lultur When the tnlunlnary stats 01111 ct thig Investigation were trout to my Mttcatlcm they tots 4efct in the law shewedI wholly unMMt tt candlilon tiMiMffl It bet to have a furl mediate luveRilcatlott fcy men not con rented with tbtl bureau and a cord lirgiy appointed Meeara nil noldl and Keirr IjtnolPfnnlevied on eacb mi I mil hUuglitfred If I bin li not dnno th wholn 1lrltOlf of lhf law can at any Unit r t defeated thtoufh an Insufficient appropriation fin l whenever there was no particular juiTTllr interest In the atihjert it would lie net only easy but natural thus to roahe the appropriation Ihsufflrlcnt I call special attention to the fart that this report is pmUmlnmy and that the Ietintiou hi atlll unfinished I urxo the Immediate ennrtmem In to law of provisions whlrb will enable the department of aRtli allure fIr quulelj to ltnivt the men and meat food products entering Into Interatate commerce and to mipenrhie the met odd of preparing the aam and to pre rlbe tIM sanitary eoudlttona under which the work ahall be performed I therefore commend to your favorable mnitdtratlon and urge the onooiinont of itibetantlatly the provisions known IK senate amendment No 10 to the net making appropriation for the de partment uj aRrtoHUuro fr the fiscal Oar Juno aft 1907 1111 1v the stnale shut amendment being commonly Known III the Dererldse ntncndtRonL 81s TIIEODOKR nOOBEVUUT L The Report The Prctjdtnl Aa directed by you w tMb8tlpttctllh6 condition In the jirlnclpBl eAtbUllhmollU In Ohloago pact In Uio olsuBhtur of cattlu hog and lit the preparation nf droned moat and mealfood prod urta TWo dml a half Weeks were ir ffpcnt Ino IrtvostlRatlon In Chicago and during this time We want throught the prlnolimrpacUliiK hodie In tho mark yards district together with a t tow of the smaller ones A day wus pent by Mr H ynplds In New York city In nUt Investigation ot several of Its leading klaiiRhtar house line lug our Intestlgnilon statements of conditions and practices In tho pack 1rtB houses together with nmdavlts and documbiitnry evidence were of lereA us from numerous sources Most nf thtse woro rejected as being far I 7 from proving the facts altered and as being beyond the possibility of veri fication by us We have made no nlaf cmont as a fact In the report horo presented that was not verified by our personal examination Certain mnitcrs whlbh wo wore unable to verify while In Chicago are still under Investigation The following Is there for submitted as a partial report touching upon those practises and con IlHons which wo found mot common 4nod not confined to a single house or lnss of houioa A more detailed re f port would contain many epeclllo In iunnccs of defects Jpuud In particular 11011 leI 4 UcforobnlwrlnR the bulldlnftfl we nolo1 tho condition o the yards thorn artves 05 shown In the pavement pens I tltdiidtr nnd platforms The pnvij tntnClt mosU of brick tilt bricks laid wlthUecp jjrovvH between them whfen InoVltijhty fill with manure and VOftrte Buch lavement can not bo liropcrlj cleanilCand Is slimy awl niuloitoroua when wet yielding clouds of 1fl5nafltfli dui when dry The pens HIV generally uncovered except those for shoot theuo latter are paved snd covered Tho viaducts and plat fornu Are of wod Calves sheep anti tioffii that have died en rout aro tjcWti Out Iou the platforms where 1 I i s r t cars aro unloaded On a single platform on ono occasion we counted 16 dead hogu on tile next 10 clond hogs The only excuse glvjn for delay In r moval was that so often honrdtho expense Tho Interior finish of most of the buildings Is of wood the partltlo waits supports and rafters are or wood uncovered by plaster or cement Tho flooring In some Instances U of brloU qr ecinmt but usually of wool In ninny of Iho rooms whero water Is used freely the noon are soaked and slimy nltrlloI04IIIat top o nro wo lighted because they can not escape ties hull but most of tho rooms lire so dark at to make artificial light not Mary at all times Many Inside areIc with the outside air They may be ht described ac vaults In which Ute roomaItIO aw dingy that natural light only pone trails 20 or 30 feet frgm tho window thus making artificial light In portions of avon theet out aide rooms necessary Theme dark and dingy room are nalai ally not kept suitably olsen No Systematic Ventilation Systematic ventilation of the workrooms is not found in any of the eUt lishment we visited In a few Instance electric lane mitigate the stlfllDK air but iinually the worn toll wltbont relief III a humid almoi phere heavy with tilt odor of rotten wood dccayo meatx stinking olend entrails Tbe work tables upon which the aioal Is handlrtl the floor carts on which It la carried about and tbe tub antI othrr receptacles Into which It Is thrown are stntcrally of wood In all the place visited but a sine pores Iainlined rfoj Uoe wee HeR TttWw cnvne l with sheet Iron Iron carte nod iron tuba are being Introduced Into the hotter ciUblUluneoU but no oetali lllimnt nailed hu as yet abandoned Use extensive use of wooden tablet and wooden reciptatles 11Ia e wooden receptacles are frequently fount water aoaketl only half cleansed and with meet scrap amt gross acmam lation adberlng to their sMe and eel lectlng dirt ThU Is largely true of meat Jocks and meet conveyors of every sort which were In nearly nil case Inadequately cleanijd and grease and meat cernp were fount adhering to them even after they had boat washed and returned for service frothing slisvi mora strikingly the general imllffarance io matters td- c1eanlIneaan4lsonItktlon titan do tin prtvlos for both men and wonton The prevailing trpe Is made by cutting ort a section of the work room by a thlt wooden partition rising to within a tow fit of hit coiling Those privies usually Tontllao Into the work room though A tow arc found with n window opening Into the outer air Many ore located 11 the Inside corners of tin Work room and thus haVe no 6utsld opening whatever TUjy aro furnish ed with a row of souls generally wIth- out even lIdo partitions These roomi bltbestrutted In the same manner by board- Ing off a section of tho work room of ln adjoin the prTvloa the odors Vol which RIM to the general Insanltar state of the ntmoaphera Jt Is stated that many of the unsanitary conditions are due to tho fact that these buildings are old and hnv been built by piecemeal and that In the newer buildings being erected froni late to time the defects of the carllM structuros are being remedied Thl contention Is nOt borne wit by facts Ono of tha largo plants erected within recent years hits most of tho defects of till older buildings It Is true thul three largo model buildings have been erected but ono Is an ofllco bulldfn while th other two contain only cool lug storage and sales rooms No model building for tile preparation of food products has boon built In the stock yards of Chicago Other rooms such as thosa for cool- Ing and Btorngo are of similar con itructlon to the killing floor WillIs porcolalnllncd pricks nail curved tile Join floors and aide walls that no cot ners may retain dirt and rcfOse Ven tilation Is ovcrywhcrj excellent and light abundant both these nmt tors liavlng evidently received careful con sideration In planning the building Tho privies contain separate sections wltti selfflushing bowls whitj porcc alnllncd wash basins shower baths arid mirrors Towels and toilet paper arc provided and everything Is kept clean Tho effect of all these excel lencies of construction fifth arrange mentis cvldeet In promoting the care it tha products and In elavatlne this morals of tho worjiers Under existing conditions the tour lea of protecting the cleanliness and riL vT I AVholesominess of tho products am tho health of the workers and of Im proving the conditions under whirl the work Is performed muM fall upon the national government- An absence of cleanliness was alao found ovorywhoixj In tho handling of meat being prepared for tho various meatfood products After killing cat causes are well wished and up to the time they reach the cooling room are handhd In a fairly sanitary anti clean ly manner The parts that leave the cooling room for treatment In bull are also handled with regard to clean llnoM but the parts that aro sent from the cooling room to those departments of tho packing houses In which various forms of meat products era prepared are handled with no regard whatever for cleanliness In some of the largos establishments sides that are sent to what Is known as lira boning room on thrown In a heap upon the floor The workers climb over those heaps or meat select tho pieces they wish and frequently throw thorn down upon ito dirty floor besIde Ihelr working bench Bven In cutting tho meat upon the bench the work Is usually held prcssci against their aprons and these aprons were as a rule Indescribably filthy Meat From Filthy Floors gloat scraps were also found being fihovolcil Into receptacles from dirt floors where they were left to lie until again shoveled Into barrels or Into ma chinos for chopping These floors it must be noted were In most cases dump and soggy In dark IHventllatec rooms and the employes In utter Is norancu of cleanliness or danger to health expectorated at will upon them In a word we saw meat shoveled from filthy wooden floors piled on tablet rarely washed pushed from room to room In rotten box carts In all ot which proeessea It was In the way or gathering dirt splinters lear filth And the expectoration of tuborculoui and other diseased workers Where comment was mad tp floor suporln lendente Bbont these matters It was always the reply that this meat would afterwards be cooked and that this Urlliaatlon would prevent any danger frOtnlt1 uae liven this It may be pointed out In paaslns is not wholly true A very considerable portion of the meat so liamlted Is sent out III smoked produets awl In the form ot sana8s which are prepared to be eulcn wilbout being cooked Ai an extreme example of tbe entire dbnrvgard OH the part of the employee of any notion of cleanliness in hand line dratted mint rte saw a hog that hntfjuat been killed cleaned washed aid started en Its way to the eoolln reset tall from the slIding rail to a flrty wooden floor and slide part way Into a filthy mess pr1y It was pick ed up by two employee placed upon a trnrk carried Into the cooling room and hisig up with other carcasses no effort being made to elena it Th rmdleal effect In the prvtint Item of inspection Is that It doss not 10 far enough It Is confined aJ pros I eat by law to posliiic on the health fulness of animals at Uto time of kill ing but the meat that Is used In saneoffe and In the various forms of canned products and other prepared meat foods ON through many pro fpes In all of which there Is poe sIMllty of contamination throagb In sanitary handling t nd further danger through the use ot chemicals Dunn all these proeeescj of preparation there is no government Inspection and no asauranoe whatever that these meatfood product are wholesomo and fit for foal despite the tart that all HIM products when tent out bear a label stating that they have been patted upon by government Inspectors AU of these canned products bear labels ot which the forowlng Is a sam pie 1ADATTOIR The contents of this package have been Inspected according to the art of Congtvsfl of March to J801 QUALITY aUARAVrRKD The phraseology of rhose labels III wholly unwarranted the government Inspectors pass ony upon the health fulness of tho noltnal at the time ot killing They know nothing o the processes through which the mea has passed elncc tUe Inspection They dp not know whar else may have been placed In the tans In addition to in spected meat At a matter of feet they know twining about Hip con tents of the tun upon which the park ns place thpo labelsdo not even know that U contains what it pur ports to contain The legend Quality guaranteed ttnmedlately following the statement as S government InspectIon Is wholly unjuatfiable It deceives and U plainly deigned to deceive the aver age purthajor who naturally Infers from the laljil that the government guarantees tn contents of Ike can to bewhat tt utirporta to be In nnothu oitabllshment piles of sausages awl dry moldy canned inetJ ndmlttcdly several years old wore found which the superintendent staled to us would be tanked nnd converted Into greasy The dlfiposltlon to be mado of thu was wholly optional with the suporlfctchdents or representatives of the pacwr as tho government docs not concent itself with time disposition of meat After they have passed in spection it tile killing floor it might all be treated with chemical mixed with otUr iiieats turned out In any term of stieat product deslrod and yet tIme pncljaacs or rcccpUoins In e1t i It was to bo shipped out to the pabllc would uo marked with a label hit their contents had been Government liupiytd It is not clisscd hnrothqt such use was to be nvrlu of this HturT Ibi cuse Is pointed out as one show Ig tim glaring opportunity for tbo wi KUJ ot n label V urlt y the name and time Implicit ituarnnly of tjie iJail ed States uovcrnmont The lark ot consideration for the health and comfort ot the laborers In L the Chicago stock yards seems to b a direst consequence of tho system administration that prevails Time orI rlous departments are under the control of supcrlutendonts who claim to use full authority In dealing with the employes and who seem to Ignore all considerations except those of the account book Under this system proper care of the products and of the health and comfort of the employes Is Impossible and the consumer nut tare In consequence Tho Insanitary conditions In whloh the laborers work and the feverIsh paco which they are forced to maintain Inevitably affect their health Physicians state that tuberculosis Is disproportionately prey alcnt In the stock yards and the victims of this disease expectorate on the spongy wooden floors of the dark workrooms from which falling serape of meat are later shoveled up to be converted Into food products In several establishments wellman aged restaurants were provided for the clerical force and In one Instance a smoking room was provided for them but no provision was found anywhere for a place to eat for the male labor era In pleasant weather they eat their luncheon sitting outdoors along the edge of the sidewalk or any plnc where they can find standing room IB winter however and In Inclement weather their lunches have to be sat en In rooms that In many cases are stifling and nauseating Eating rooms are provided In a number of placer for women workers In tho various de partments and In most of time large establishments coffee is served them at n jx nny a cup Beyond the meager consideration for their convenience at meal time scarcely any evidence Is found that any one gave a thought to their comfort Inspection before slaughter appears to have little value In most canoe That undue advantage ot this Inspection Is taken by outside parties Is charged nod opportunities for such are abund ant but no specific evidence was pre sented to us- Inspection after slaughter appears to bo carefully and conscientiously made The government veterinarians maintain that It II adequate Insisting that a pawing examination of certain gland of the viscera and of the gen oral condition of the carcass is suf ficient to enable an expert engaged constantly on work to detect at once the presence of disease or of abnormal conditions On tile slightest Indloa lion of dleease or abnormal conditions the carious Is tagged nnd set aside for a later and more earafnl examination There should however be more pro mutton taken to Insure that the In itrvments used bo kept antIseptically clean Legislation 1 Examination before slaughter li ot minor Importance and should be permUwlva Instead of mandatory Ex amination after slaughter Is of su preme Importance and should be com pulsory 2 Goats now exempt from leaper lion Intended for foreign or Inter state commerce should be included In the list subject to the Inspection of tha bureau of animal Industry anti should ho equally controlled by the regula tons of the secretary ot agriculture So The examination of all meat pro- dut Intended for interstate commerce nt any stage of their care or treat moot should be consigned to the buerau ot animal Industry and no mark or sign declaring that Inspection has been made by government official should be allowed on any can box or other receptacle or parcel containing food products unless the same has been subject to government Inspection at any and every stage ot the process of preparation and all such labels should contain the date of issuance and Jt should II a misdemeanor to erase alter or destroy auy fiuoli labels Meat products and canned preserved or pickled meats when set from any packing or running establishments U returned to tIme same should be sub ject to such further Inspection regu lation and Isolation from other meat products as the secretary of agricul Lure majj prescribe 4 Power should be given to the secretary of agriculture to make rules fluid regulations regarding the saul tation and construction of all build logs used or Intended to be used for Ibe care of food products for Interstate or foreign trade and to make such regulation as ho may deem necessary to otherwise protect the cleanliness end wholesomeness ot animal prod ucts prepared and sold for foreign and Interstate commerce B It should be forbidden to any person firm or corporation to trans port or offer for transportation from one state to another any meat or meat products not Inspected and lobbied General Suggestions 1 The numccr of Inspectors should bo largely increased so that special assignments may be made for night inspection for the examination ot an imals at the platform of stock yards tor the following of dead animals to their alleged destination and for other pedal work 2 Special government Inspection ihould be carried on continuously to prevent violations of the law and gen oral abufos In tile trade and to secure evidence when necoazary 3 A careful study of the standards of Inspection In other countries Joud he made anil tho remits of hue study hduld be published and circulated for the public information 4 Consideration should be given to- Ithe rjuMtlon of specific labeling of all sold us fresh meat which Ttralnntlon after slaughter rUPol ot dlsesM but aro still doomed suitable for food JAMK8 nriONSON REYNOLDS CIIS P NEILU Washington D C JUDe 2 IMC THE CATTLE RAISERS Will He the Suflerers it Proposed Lcjrlslation is Enacted Witnesses Before Committee Give Tes tfmony As To Effecl of Law To Be EnactedGIst of Evl denco Produced AVashlngton neprecentutlru Folk orson ot Missouri has Introduced n resolution calling on the president and the oecialury of ngrlcullurc to Immediately raako public any and nil Information that they may secure from the great army of moat Inspno tore employed by the government or from any other source that wilt tend to citdlt or discredit the product ol any plant where meat productn um preparedAt hearing Saturday before the house conimllteo on agriculture Mr lamer Tex made a plea for speedy action Since this meeting camn up he said the people who have contracted to take our Texas steers huvo bocowfi alarmed mind say they dont know whether or not they are going to take our cattlu and thu result Is we are in a state of uncertainty Representative Davis MInn read a telegram from the South SL Paul Live Stock exchange and lIve stock board voicing nnnltorublo opposition to having expense Placed on thu pack em because It would luvcltubly cunic out of tho slock raisers S II Cowan of Ft Worth Tex at torney for the Toxaa Cattlo Ititlsera association said while the rulaure lied their differences with tho puckers and lund not got the best of thorn yet In this question time Interest of the rais ers and packer was Identical Ha rend a telegram from John T lytlo president of tho Cattlu Kaisers uiwo elution which rued Present agitation has seriously de pressed tho cattle business The WIt venial Impression Is that caltlo val lbs will suffer from 1 to 5 per bead dacllneIteproaentntlve Haughoa III aslf ed Mr Cowan If hu hud rood tho pre Idents message which eetlmatod the cost of Inspect tou at qlght cents a head He had lie said but we do not want to van Itthat Is our rousou replied Mr Cowan lint rather than do without the law we would be glad to levy the COlt- on the cattle he continued Mr lluughen said every member of the committee so far as he know was In favor of the government paying the cost This cost has been estimated from 3000000 to 20000000 annually tutu congrSSS ho said at most would probably rIOt appropriate more than 000000 In view oMhfs he believed It might be bolter to assess tbe cost on the lackeIM Mr owan took Issue with the post tlnn ot Representative Crumpacker that the federal government haul no right to Interfere with Ibo police pow ors of tho states by making sanitary regulations Mr Cowan would liars this law provide tlipt no incut shall be allowed to Oilier Into Intcmtato com tuerco unless It bears the label of In spection and this label shall not bo given n n I ens the product Is put up In accordance with sanitary regulations prB crl ed by the secretary ot agrl cultuio s Several members of the coinrulllcc at once assented that snob a provision would be good law WAIVES CLAIMS TO IMMUNITY r President Cauatt Is Anxious and Will- Ing To Give Testimony I Piuh1a4olpluiat 1 CassaJt 1I1i tho head of lot Tcnnsylvutiloa rail road rind li J liorwltid of tliQUer wlndVhlln Coal Co Against which gross ohurgos of favoiltiam at the bunds of thu Cnssatt road are pQndlng will go before the terstutecommorce commission and explain tho position nail actions of their respective corpo rations and employes This announce mont was mndo offlclally at the Urosid street nirica It Is Interpreted RS moan lug that Ptoildont Casnutt Is deeper ate In his desire to stem time great title of criticism which threatens to din lodge him and other high executives pOllll1onaPhllollelllhlatT1u special Invosll appointed by the hoard of interiors of time Pennsyl tools Railroad Co and acting for all ibe Hues of the Pennsylvania system mada public limo answers of President Cussatt to I hot yuectlonn puipdiiiidcil by Iho committee In one of HH circulars aunt to all omcer and thousumls of einployta of iuit various lines Mr CiiHSutl takes i p tin question of the salaries anti th reply to the first query as to whqther ho has any In brent In any coal company or othir eniflrprlso locntcit on lime compuitye litton slnre January I 1800 says I do not nl present own any slocc In any coal company whose minos are lonttid on or Vholo coal Is slilppol over the lines of the Puuusylvauia railroad tiyaiani Abandoned Plan London The Dally Tclogrnph makes tho Hlnlnniunl that time government has UeHikil to nliHiidou bullilltig 0110 of tliu two warnhlps of tho Orcudtiuugbt clnKM plaimixl for the curiont yuur thus iTiutln a navln of nearly JIV 000001 ExCongressman Dead Kunsun iiyCol Henry J Iat chew who Mt come tlmu repru tented HID Kirth MlKROiirl district In Congress uinfwho hns been ncflve In MlKxnurl politics since the civil war Is load aged 71 year J I I 1 BOYS WANTED A Factory That Guarantees Every thing It Produces Bun by Ir T1ZEEevLL Wo want boya muat have them Our buslneea depends on having boys No boys no business At the present rate of demand to keep up the supply we need 2000000 this generation on an average one In every five lamlllca furnishes a boy Our business Is such they arc as nec essary as saw logs to a sawmill or I wheat to a flour mill Wo oxpcct to operate one of our fac1 toniCs at because of tho near I ness to where we can get boys To do this It Is necessary to have a majority of the resident freeholders of this township to petition for our agent to open up business on a certain site and to certify that ho Is of respectable char acter and standing in the community We can allow only good menlo run our business so says the laws ot the United States j Of course If we locate by your rooJquest we naturally Infer you are In sympathy and will help furnish the boys I We manufacture boys Into drunk ards murderers criminals paupeIand fill our Jails penitentiaries and iIasylums and flood the land with pros titution and vlco 1 Our business Ita to popuhue hell and work against home heaven and purity We ate a success Try we Our records at per statistics In the United States is that COOOO Persona drop Into a drunkardsprematuregtavr every year We send out 30000 cases of alcoholism atone W6 dauw suicides yearly and tbe murder 10000 babes less than one week 01IWe are a success at destruction homos and damnation ot soul Give your patronage by a majority In this township and send ui youi boys We will do the rest We assure you that we will makI I our factory a success In the j of hell from this township We will send your boys home of nights full ol distilled damnation shooting off re volver whooping and yelling others roady to beat their wives do most anything low vile and wicked Our agent will prevent papers One church number signer is worth more to us than a hundred common eln nors Sundayschool teachers very ae ceptable 4 A Judas who klws his Master and Jr opens tbe way for me into the church is deer to my fatherly heart Yours In cooperation against nod Heaven home and writT H E DEVIL American Issue POOR PARIS She Has More Saloonkeepers Tt1JIIBakers and Butchers Put i Together 0l I From the Parts Revue Blcue trans hated for Public Opinion we Itato that Paris has only 17000 bakers and 14500 butchers but It has 33000 sa loons In the whole of France 1COOOO persons are employed In making bread but 600000 are employed In saloons An additional fact Is that onetwentlstb of the voters ot the countryare employed In this bust ness All these saloons are gambling resorts The saloons pay the city taxes The average amount of liquor nineIthorlty consumes CjOOO000 gallons of bitters and absinthe in addition to p her tremendous direct liquor bill 1 Rewards for Temperance Workmen I A large nrm In Westphalia has for I some years made a practice of glvlngr ffr money prizes to those ot Its workmen who are abstainers torn longer or blort er time The tariff is as follows Ono months abstinence gains a prize of one J mark a shilling English money Qve months abstinence gains six marks ten months gains 12 marks 12 months gains 25 marls Au appeal Is made to 1rthe good faith of the workmen by owardlng these prizes on their simple written declaration of ab stinence for the prescribed period Since 1895 nearly 400 of these rewards have been given and no case Is known IselfNllIonalNegro Sold with Saloon When the saloon ot rank N Castle milan at Berryvllle Vn was sold to W I A Hnrford Co a few lays ago an colored man Dan Robinson was 011ldude In the Inventory of the anti wines and regularly sold with the i saloon and Its contents The bill of sate stipulated that the negro was tVb ijalong with the saloon and Its contents Robinson has been attached to Castle mane saloon for n quart tr of n century if fIrglnloA Vital Relationship Temperance and economics are vital ly rotated Tho 1000000000 Invested in the liquor traffic of nil kinds initiaL 01 as much capital withdrawn from Invest fment In useful Industry and Invested la t Ianddrawn from occupations that make for tho true wealth and upbuilding of so Jciety nnd engaged Injhat which ileraor alliea and degrades r 11111111 r r r r rill r IIII1I r II r III11III r II r r r I r r I r r IIII Eastern Kentucky News Ko cotTMpondtu pnkllihM ante a tlpat la ran by the writer The llama It sot lot pnbUcaUoa bit at aa iTldeaea of Bond faith Writ plainly I LT 111 I I I I I i MADISOn IRICYYUS COUNTY Juno OSoverul from thin vicinity J nttoudod court nt Richmond Miss MaggIo Bengo of Hugh returned homo Saturday after an extended visit with her sister Mrs Lizzie I Kimberlain Miss Minnie Saudlin r was the guest of Miss Bertha Baker Sunday1V B Baker is painting I for J W Hondrcn this wook1 M Jouea and wile visited relatives at Boron Saturday night Tim Baker a of Berea was in our town Saturday 1 J K Sandlin and wife were the guests of Lawrence Powelland wife Sunday Miss Beulah Rubbles with i has boon visiting at Red Houso for some time returned homo Saturday Mimes Myrtle Winklor and Zoo Holland who have been staying at Kingston visited homo folks Sunday Mrs B W Lain and daughter Pearl were the guests of Mrs Sallio Powell Monday Jim Harris and family of Irvine have boon visiting Mrs Harriss parents Mr and Mrs George Hurd the past weekR Sjiurloek and wife made a business trip to Richmond Saturday 0 T Carr and daughter Susie of Panola and Goorgn McCollum and Jim Gab bard wore the guests of J C Powell Tuesday night Several from here attended the Berea Commencement Wednesday Mr J K Sparks nail daughter Dora wore the guests oft George Sparks Tuesday night 1 6ARRARD COUNTY DRIPPING SPRINGS Juno 4Mr and Mrs Russ Sin I7glotouvisited Mr and Mrs Samuel McQuory SundayLucy Cheekvis lied Bettie Todd Sunday Robert Smith is very low at this writing and t is not expected to roomcrC H R Todd wont to Boron last week on business Taylor Mullins and son of Orlando visited Larkin Mullins of Crab Orchard Saturday and Sun dayMrs Mary Roberts spent Sun day with Emma HolmanCrops in this vicinity are looking well CLAY COUNTY 4 i lltmXINO 8PKINOS June 4Miss Haagen and Mrs t Frip ing preparations to have hot son attend school there next yearJack Rawlings has just returned from i Cincinnati where ho has been visiting friends and relatives Mrs Lil McCreary is improving greatly in 1ly Mrs A Brock gave an ice supper Saturday evening A One time was reported by all those who wore present Prof Brock and other citizens of this place wont on a fishing trip to Goose River Thurs day They were very successful returning with a fine lot of fish Their largest fish was a blue cat twenty eight inches longThe new fence I around the school lot at Burning Springs has just been completed by Prof Brock It adds much beauty t to tho appearance of the place Our Sunday School is progressing very I nicely A now Biblo Class has been organized Everybody was expecting preaching Sunday night but were greatly disappointed tho preacher boing very illJames Jew el expects to attend Borea College this yo1rProf Brock is getting along nicely in the poultry business He recently performed two surgical operations on his nicest Leghorns taking a large burr from ones craw and a largo gravel from the other Tho patients have recovered andare now larger than any of the others Jfora Robinson of Monticello is the guest of Mr and Mrs Asher Mrs Ashor gavo a flinch party Saturday night in honor of Miss Robinson Charlie Thompson of Manchester is rimiing home folks in Burning Springs this week- JACKSON COUNTY IIUUH Juno 10Peoplo of this vicinity are behind with their cropsMrs 4 Mary Click has gone to Boron to son p hor sister who is slckMr Robert Bengo and wife wero visiting their son at Blue Lick Sunday Tho Rev Jan Parsons stayed over night with It I Halo Maggie Bengo who has been staying with her sister at Drey fus has returned to her homoMr Luther Kimborlain and son visited W R Bongo and family SaturdayI Godfrey manes passed thru hero last ThursdayHenry Baker visited W R Benge Saturday niglltMrs Amanda Bongo of Combs has been visiting her parents at HughGoo Combs Lloyd Halo and Jake Perkins visited George Bongo Friday night Margaret Azbill was tho guest of Maggie Bongo Wednesday evening LutLor Kimberlain found a man in his corn crib the other night as ho went to toed It was a man made of old clothes and straw I I I111NthIHF 1tb ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 11OONK Juno nRev Bon King East Borustadt filled his regular appointment at Fairview Saturday and Sun day Goorge Bunch Chestnut Flat has been on tho sick list this week Mr nnd Mrs Tom Coffey of Bo rca attended church at Fairviow on Sunday Mrs John C Chnnault of Richmond visited hor sister Mrs D G Martin last weekMrs S B McClure of Snydor is visiting rela tires in Laurel countyMr G L Wren has purchased a now houso and says that he is going to take his AppleTreeJoeeph Corbin are visiting friends at this place and expect to attend the G A R Sato Encampment at BereaJ- B Coolo rondo a business trip to Mt Vernon last Friday OWSLEY COUNTY QAMIIARI Juno OWe are having exceed ingly hot weather at present Farm ers Ire all done planting corn and are now hoeing Your correspond ent was at Tallega last Monday on businessC B Gabbard was at Boonovillo Monday There has boon busyRevpreach at the Eversolo School House SundayIIatieReyn01l1s plaeolastcorrespondent spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives on Cow Crook Tice Barrett is much improved in health at this writingI Mr and Mrs Albert Gabbard visited relatives on Bottio Bowman branch Saturday and Sunday Corn is tell lug at seventyfive cents a bushel in this vicinity Will Woldor is in tho pfctnro business Ho is taking or ders for a portrait house IDAHO LETTER Stites Idaho May 28 To the IWItor of The Citizen Allow mo to go back a few miles from Toluca the place whore I loft off in my last letter and give tho reader an idea of Custcrs last battle ground in Montana It lies a fowI hundred yards from tho railroadon tho north side and between the Big Horn and Rosebud rivers There are monuments marking the last resting place of General Custer and his men Our arrival at Billings Montana at 1040 brought us to the Northern Pacific Railroad which we traveled on a parallel to tho Yellowstone riv er for a distance of123 miles passing some of tho picturesque scenery of Montana We arrived at Livingston Mont at 245 p m This town is situated on tho Yellowstone river and traveling east one would chango cars to WyHereof St Paul Here was attached an extra engine to carry us across the Rockies After crossing a portion of the mountains wo came to tho Butte Tunnel which is more than two miles long by which wo passel undor the main range of tho Rockies At this point the mountains aro over 12000 feet high At 7 p m we were on the summit of the highest mountain and tho sun was shining bright and throwing ita rays of light on tho snow cops presenting the most wonderful view The sun was hidden from view at 810 p m by eastern time and it became dark Then wo came to Silver Bow river named by two miners or prospectors on seeing the suns light upon it at an early hour in the morning At 220 a m Sunday wo crossed the Coeur DAleno Mountains Here wo travelinglorbeautiful Pond dOreillo Luke which is Jibe finest body of water I ever saw It is situated between two largo mountains which run down to the waters edge It is more than five miles wide and thirtyfive miles long and is noted for its fine fish Now allow mo to givo you an idea of tho prairies of the northwest Af nmgniicentlake parallel line across Idaho Which is a plateau country more than 1000 feet I high and looking over its vast plain ono could floo great herds of cattle feeding on prairie grass Scarcely tiny timber was to be soon only aa you glanced to the east in the tHree tion of tho main wage of tho Rock here We arrived at Wash IchangedSpokane is a beautiful citysituated upon a vast plateau and more than 12000 feet high His the center of 4 4 trade in eastern Washington This city hind fine water power Wo arrived at Potlatch Jet at 31C and changed cars for Stitoa Idaho Passing some of the groat canons of Idaho we arrived at Stites at 040 p m Monday This ended our journey and after meeting with our friends and having a hearty hand shako we felt at homo once more I will stop here for tho present and will in my next letter givo n description of what I havo seen and learned of Idaho Yours truly 0 B Moore A Valedictory With this number of the Citizen tho connection with it of tho prcsonI editor will cease and ho will bo excusable under tho circum stances if ho says a few words in farewell For a long time ho hind n sneakingambition to do newspaper work but this ambition is now abun dandy satisfied And although ho could think of more favorable conditions under which to do such work than those under which ho labored it is with no feeling of regret that ho returns to his legitimate calling He has learned somo things while ho has been an editor mitt so ho will charge up tho time and labor ho has spent in Beroa to education and lot it go at that Ho line learned to sympathize with newspaper men and hereafter when ho sees a man trying to earn an honest living and nt tho saute time help his brother by publishing a newspaper ho will know that that mau is earning all that ho guts Ho will also say dell done to the newspaper man when that man writes a good strong article that will helpjn the cause of righteousness and at tho same time result in about half a dozen of his subscribers re fusing their papers nt the postofBou Ho has also learned a now classification for humanity Ho once thought that all men could bo classified as honest men or thieves but now he knows that this classification dots not go fur enough Henceforth he will classify men as follows First honest men those who try to pay their wayearn what they get tell tho truth to those who deserve it and leave tho world butter because they have lived in it Second thieves those who steal shirts off tho preachers clothes line those who cheat a colored man or take coppers from a blind mans hat those who loot a district county or state tress ury and John D Rockefeller Third those who tako tho local paper as long as it is sent without any call for pay but when a bill for arrears is rendered panp attention to it refuse their paper at tho postofilco or writo that they never asked to have tho paper sent to them beyond tho first term subscription These shall havo tho greatest condemnation The editor has also learned to be grateful for any small commendation of his work and at least to simulate indifference when his best efforts are misconstrued and ho is criticised for that for which ho is in no way re sponsible Ho drops his tqautlo somewhat worn and with hero and thore a hole in it on the shoulders of his successor and wishes him all the success that 5a possible in the situation Vale riallrlBB Round the Flog In Libby Thirtyseven years ago I was one of 600 Union soldier who sang the Star Spangled Banner Hall Columbia and other national airs In tabby sold an cxcnptnla recently to a Plttsburff Dis patch reporter One of the boys nod concealed about him a small flag which escaped tho scrutiny of the guard We placed It on the top of a pole and rallied around It like a lot of schoolboys Wo occupied tho third story of the building which was In one room When we looked through the grating on the windows we could ice the angry guards below and they didnt hesitate to shoot when a face was presented The bullets would frequently strike the ceiling and go through the roof The prison authorities tried to stop tw but our spirits were too buoyant that day We badut been reduced much at that time from starvation and exposure They punished us by giving us nothing to eat for four days and then wo re celved a pint of coarse meal apiece Washington Star The Bllent Grant Brigadier General Fred Dent Grant la telling this story on himself Not long ago the general was tendered a banquet land the toastmaster introduced him as the son of the father in likeness lt characteristics stature and several other ways General Grant says be talked along for a few minutes and everybody yawned and seemed to be heartily sick of tho speech When he sat down tho toastmaster cleared up the smoke BO the general says by the following neat little speech You sec gentlemen Genital Grant Is very much like hia father Ho cant talk a little bltWa hIngton Post Took Rim at Ilia Word A lieutenant was promenading In full uniform ono day and approached a volunteer sentry who challenged him with Unit Who goes thorer Thee lieutenant with contempt In every Hue of his face expressed his Ire with BH Indignant Aral Tho entrys reply camo apt and quick Advance Band give tho countersign- S V0 e 4 s r r r f rJr A l LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Borca 838 am Arrive Richmond410a in Arrive Paris 528tt in Arrive Cincinnati 7COn 1111 Going North Train 2 Dally Leave lleroa121 p in Arrive lliehtdond200 pin Arrive Paris 830 p in Arrive Cincinnatir010 p In- Going South Train 3 Dally Leavo Boren121 p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Boron1220n m Arrive Knoxvillo 730 a in HQUIPMHNT Train numbers t and inirty Buflrt racier cr nndcoacliM Itttwrtn Cincinnati anti Knnn1hIeIn both illrrcl Ions Train number I and 4 carry Pullman vrtllbulnl 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