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MAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, MAY Fitzgerald. should have a lovely present., one. She has jf? I' Buy a Gas Etove and save 25 en your gas bills. Investigate the cost. J. J. i i i. fST If you have friends visiting you, or if you nre going away en a visit, please drop us a neto te that effect. Mrs. June Merris left this morning for a visit te the ttev. Itobert J, Seaman ut Louisa. Mrs. Alex. Duke left this morning for her home at Maysllek after a visit te Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pcrrle. '$& rf&" v Messrs. J. L. Nlohelson and James Fitzgerald arrived home last ovenlng from a tour of Lewls county. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur lletts of Flemlngsburg epent tbe day Friday with tbe family of Gcergo T. Weed. Mrs. Jehn Ward left this morning for her home at Maysllek, after a weeX's visit te her sister, Mrs. O. O. Kllpatrlek. 'A;' UTeif Personal. Postage en drop lotters, whether sealed or net, Is 2 cents. Many persons send their notices through the Postelllco with only 1 oent stamp. Thcse are "held for postage" Ilereafter they must contain a S cent stump. An effort is being made te establish an Adams Express ofllce at Ml. Olivet. m Take stock, step rent and purchase a An account of County Clerk W. D. home through the People's Building AsCochran, amounting te $131, for copying sociation. Assessor's books for the Sheriff, has been Ray's Rainbow Paint is allowed and certified te the Auditor for guaranteed te give satisfaction. At SEEK THE 8UNMV SIDE. payment. Drugstore. If you loiter In the shadows Call and learn hew cheap you can buy Rev. W. I. Fee, at eno time Paster of On a sunny day llke this, a Watch. P. J. Murphy warrants all his the M. E. Church at Gormantewn, is Yeu will miss a let of sunshlne Watches te keep geed time. He guaran- new living at Piqua, O. And a certaln kind of bliss. Don't forget that en the highway tees te undersell any ether dealer. His Bourbon county has appointed a Turn-plkAll the walks are f reo and wide, stock is the largest and finest selected in And, when walking In the daytlme, Commissioner at a salary of $1,200 a ' the city. Always seek the sunny slde. year as a starter for her system of free Messrs. E. L. Worthington and Whlta-ke- r pikes. Se en life's highway, romerober That a dlfforenco Is plain; & Whitaker en Friday filed with the Mr. Themas L. Bust Is spoken of as a Thore's a slde that's bright with plcasure Democratic candidate for Sheriff. Mr. Circuit Clerk the petition of M. E. And a slde that's dark with pain. is a gcptlemnn In the highest sense, If, porehanco, your llfe Is cloudy, claiming the ofllce of Chief of Best and if chosen would make a most excel Don't forget the way Is wlde. Police of tbe city of Maysville, which is lent officer. Loek for brightness; It may happen Yeu will find a sunny slde. new held by D. P Ort. . m in- Fer every quarter in u man's peckot M. MAYSViJbLE WEATMIEB. Vanccburg Sun's Reminiscent thcre are a dozen uses; and te ure each lhe Editor says the first Jull for Lewis county eno in such a way as te derlve the greatWhat We Mav Expect Fer the Next was built between April and September, est benefit is a question evcry eno must Twenty-fou- r Itaurs. 1608, at Poplar Flat by Henry Myers und selvo for himself. We believe, however, Adam Tcagcr at u cost of $050. It steed that no better use could be made of one THE LBDOElt'a en the land of Samuel Cox, but was re- of these quarters than te exchange It for WEATBERSIONALS. moved by Mr. Uendricksen te the farm n bottle of Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera White stroemor fair; owned by James U. McCormick. The and Diarrhcea Remedy, a medicine that Dlue rtAin or snow; WlthDtnet above 'twill wahmmr legs wcre buildcd into a barn or stable, every family should be provided with. where some of them still remain. Fer sale by J. James Weed, Druggist. grew. Ready-mixed Pest-office worked hard, and she deserves Add te her happiness by giving her one. You can find just what you want at .' '..'1 !. BALLENGER'S. n England's new battleship Renown Beeks are new open for subscription te made an avcrage of 18 knots during her stock in tbe Sixth Scries of the People's speed trials. Building Association, commencing May 2d, 1890. Call en Rebert L. Baldwin, Twenty school children were injured by a runaway team in Milwaukee, Wis., Secretary, Jehn Duley, Treasurer, or nuy of the Directors. eno probably fatally. i e m D If Ulack'n be: we'll ir BENKATI1 flOLDBIl'tWlll Unless IHnrM'' nlnurn no ehunKO a fc it vv nt o'cleok A large delegation of members of prlodef - Moysvllle Ceuimandcry Knights Tern Children's Day will be observed at plarslefL early this morning in carriages M. Mltchel's Chapel tomorrow afternoon at to attend the funetal of the Inte J. Hawlcy at Canaan Church, Lewis county. 2 o'clock. The Pastors' Union will meet in the Colenol Charles R. Thompson of the Btudy of Rev. Dr. Jehn S. Hays at Hays-wee- d Denver and Gulf Railway, Denver, Coleen Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. rado, has placed The Lkdeek under The Heuso Cemmitteo en Public Buildmany obligations for a series of hand-sem- o souvenirs of the "Canens of the ings has reported favorably a bill approReckies," illustrative of the grandeur of priating $50,000 for a Public Building at Nature's own domain. Mr. Thompson's Paris. m many friends in this city will be glad te There is a new member of the Arm of knew that he is making his way te the Cummins & Redmond, Mr. Cummins top in railroad -circles in Colerado. having introduced his son, who arrived m Friday morning. --in i- I3TThe aoeo rarucuats art ittade for n. William U. Steers, who shot and killed Jack Alexander at the latter's saloep and restaurant in Paris, is a native of Masen county. He has lived at Millcrsburg, Cynthiana, Richmond and Covington, old son and has a wife and seven-yea- r living at the latter place. Several years age he worked as a brakeman en tbe L. and N., but until Saturday was employed as engineer for the ice factory at Richmond. He was drunk at the time of the Going away or utaying nt home sheeting, and shot Alexander because he you will waut New Shirts. When refused him a free drink. you de you will find the following very interesting reading. One of the best known and Inrgest factories in this country lins consigned te us 100 dozen of their Shirts, with positive orders te "Seil for Cash" nt the following Rimic' HIIH arid xjvyv 9 very low prices. The price will be 20 per cent, higher bofero many days. SHIRTS! 75-ce- nt Cleveland Steam. Navigation Company's steamers are new running daily (except Sunday) between Detroit and Cleveland. When traveling East or West, North or Seuth, try te arrange te take advantage of these luxurious steamers between Michigan and Ohie. If you are contemplating a summer outing, write A. A. Schantz. G. P. A., Detroit, Mich., for illustrated pamphlet, which gives full information of a trip te Mackinac via the Coast Line. "MOUNTAIN A The Detroit and MOONSHINE." . 1 ffl Deep, Dark Secret Unearthed By a Pretty Maiden. -- The Dellar Kind, Unlniinilercri, 08 cents. The Ones UHiinlly Sold for SI 72 cciitn. SUes H tq17Ji. Laundered Sizes H te 17&. The Heys' Kind, Unlntindcrctt, 4S cent The Kind, 30 cents. Sizes 14 te 17Si. Uulaundered Sizes 13, 1314 and It. tSTThey are all made of Standard Cotteu, fronts with shrunk llnltie, full length and shaped body, reinforced back and front with deublo Btltchlug. Butten Street. Maysville, Ky. 50-cu- nt 3, Nesbitt & Ce. It has been estimated that this country pays f 00.000,000 annually for grand opera. Mrs. Lucy Robb. wife of J. M. Robb, formerly editor and publisher of The Greenup Gazette, died suddenly at Portsmouth. ii ANNUAL ELECTION. 710 People's Building Association Cheeses Netv Officers. At Friday night's meeting the following officers were elected by the stockholders of the Fcople's Building Associatien: President W. LaRue Themas. Charles B. Pearce, Jr. Secretary Rebert L. Baldwin. Treasurer Jehn Duley. Attorney Ciarence L. Sallee. Directors Charles B. Pearce, Jr., James H. Bailee, C. C. Dobyns, Goerge W. Rogers, . A. Robinson, Leuis Resor, R. L. Browning, Rebert L. Baldwin, R. P. Jenkins, W. T. Cummins, J. Banks Vice-Presid- ent '4' Durrett. . THREE FARMERS. TCliey The Vanccburg Sun says the first Clerk of the Lewls County Court was appointed Harrison Willis, a farmer living a mile April, 1807. He was Walker Reid, afterbelow Manchester en this side of the wards Judge Held. He rcsignciTin 1808 river, was fatally hurt in a fight Friday and his brother Jeseph took his place. He also resigned, and Jeseph Robb was afternoon with three neighbors, Jee appointed Clerk April 24th, 1810. Hoep and his son Beb and Marien Meney te Lean, Haven. Don't pay 7 per cent. and 8 per cunt, nrose ever a plow which The treublo for menoy when you can gut it for C per Wijlis leanod te the Hoeps. cent. In any amount and for any period He weut after it, when the three, it is of time. Consult Milten Joiinsen. Court street, Maysvllle, Ky. eald, attacked him. His skull was cut open, exposing the THE GUARANTEE FUND. brain. a FLOTSAM-JETSAM-LI- QANI Attack and Fatally Injure Anether Near Manchester. Monday Is County Court Day at Ml. Olivet. The U. C. T.'s initiated three new members last night. The work was done in Lodgereom being toe The District Conference of the M. E. G. A. R. Hall, their small te enable the Degree Team to Millers-bur- g Church, Seuth, will be held at properly exemplify the work. ConMay 20th The Sunday-schoo- l vention will be held May 10th, at the The building known os the City Hall same place. was destroyed by fire at Ashland. The ground floors were occupied by Cap. J. C. The Irenton RegiMer states that about wholesale whisky and grocery $10,000 was spent in Irenton sight seeing Bryant's inthe day that the Buffalo Bill Wild West store. Stock a total less; partially sured. The second fleer was used by the Shew was there. This only gees te prove M, E. congregation as a Church. what a vast benefit a big crowd is te u A. The building was owned by A. C. Campcity. bell. Ne Insurance. Mr. Arthur L. Hudsen has' opened a The Fifth Regiment, K. of P., held a handsome "ice cream and strawberry mceting at Lexington Thursday te elect parlor" in Aberdeen, where he invites a Colonel. Mr. W. B. Wilkerson of Lexhis many bachelor friends te regale their ington was unanimously elected. Colonel best girls with delicious ices and luscious Wilkerson is a man of whom the Knights berries. of Pythias may well be proud, as his The wages of the carbulldcrs employed life is a true exemplification of the teachby the Ensign Manufacturing Company ings of that noble Order, and his friends at Huntington were cut $1 en the car, in this city are stuffing the big kettle into and as a result 200 carpenters struck. the little skillet ever his election. They say that they will net allow nonunion men to fill their places. M. Hawley took place at Canaan Church, Lewis county, at 10:30 this morning with Masonic honors. The funeral of the late J. Horses Wanted I Mr. Joe Kindig of Yerk. Pa., will be at Mose Daulton & Bre.'s Stable, Maysville, Ky., en Tuesday. May 20th, 1800, and will pay the highest market prices for geed, sound Horses or Mares from 4 te 0 years old, well broken and in geed flesh Bring In geed ones and get the money for them. Don't forget the date. Let All Men Attend. The male population of our city is cordially invited te be present at the Gospel Meeting tomorrow afternoon in the Cox Building under the auspices of the Yeung Men's Christian Association. The meeting will be led by Professer J. V. Asbury, a man who can entertain anybody en any subject. He will talk along the lines that will most interest young men. There will also be some excellent music. This is a nice plurc te spend the Sunday afternoon. . Remember IU Sale of tbe Second Street Eet HIS CONQE. opposite Henry Ort'e, by Master Commissioner, at 2 p. in. TODAY. This is one An of the best business lets offered in Maysville for years. A BRAVE Announcement Ulilch Cauttc Much Regret. Will WOMAN. Huge Itattlesnake With Liberal Business Men Who Will She Killed a a Small 8tene. Hake flood Any Shortage. Belew are the business men who have thus far subscribed te insure the railways against less in running Bargain Day Excursions te Maysville If enough tickets arc net sold te cover the cost of the train, the deficiency will be pre rated among the subscribers: newsv notes from nature's OltEAT HIGHWAY. .' , '. Btj,; at- &- - Jii: la:. The Sherley pussed up last night for Pomeroy, The Bonanza will pass up tonight for Pomeroy. The Henry M. Stanley will pass down E. A. Robinson & Ce tomorrow from the Kanawha river. She Browning & Ce has a large trip of preduco aboard. While. Judd&Ce The excursion business en the river Jehn"T. Martin & Ce was never se great as at present. Every . R. B. Level beat that passes up or down has its full M. O. Russell & Sen quota of pasBongers out for pleasure P. H. Traxel The river continues te fall slowly here, Lee & Ballenger 7 feet 8 Inches en the marks. There with Paul Heefllch & Bre is a slight risei hewover, at headwaters, Bank of Maysvllle which will keep the dust oil the sandbars J. James Weed for a couple of days at least. n tlmltAii HIB Hiiuiin fit ll.a imnrtv $147 50 Total UU1 AUO uuusvu, IIia ui 1UW 'iu. jmv, ynwtfu hi uiuuuunu tuie (uniuiug Messrs. David Hecbinger and Jehn M. with about 900 round trippers and a Hunt are continued en the Guarantee heavy freight trip. She was about eight bthind time. naviDKieu mununm Fund, and will call en ethers for or, better still, these who She will retura te, hat plttt te wkk te MbMrlBfrWLB sail e tbMi, SHW' . H-- l. Hechlnger & Ce Rescnau Bres Hamburger Bres Central Hetel Ce J. U. Pecer F. B. Ransen & Ce Jehn M.Hunt $ 15 00 15 00 10 00 7 50 5 00 5 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 Mrs. Cella Armstrong of Tannery, Lewis county, is eno woman who is mother is about three quarters Indian. net afraid te assert bcr rights. Thursday ufternuen she wus attending The Management is authorized te anHigh-Grad- e te semo duties a little distance from her house, and upon returning she was nounce the farewell appearance of an startled by bearing a rattlesnake cIoee te old favorite upon the local beards. Mr. Geerge T. Hunter, at a great exher. pense has been induced te lay aside the She turned around, and as she did se his snakeship struck ut tbe lady and privilege of charming retirement and one i missed her, when she grabbed up a rock again assume arelu in farce comedy, than and niasbcd the snake's, head, after whom no funnier impersonator walks the A conspiracy te defraud the Government out of money was unearthed in the trial of a case in the United States Court at Covington Thursday afternoon. Minnie Oakley, a young woman who 1 gave her age as 10 years and her home as Elliett county, was arrested in Morehead for selling whisky without a license. HENRY During her examination she said that while in Morehead visiting she was taken ill and stepped at the residence of Mrs. MURDER WAS PLANNED. Eversole. While there she claimed that Mrs. Martha Tagler Sags the Killing Evcrsole and Miss Jennie Stegal and a Dedge Was Arranged. man named Geerge Huntsman had planTiik Ledger a few days age published ned for her te sell the whisky, which the particulars of the murder of Than they would furnish her, and that Hunts-- , Dedge at Mineral Springs, 0., last Satur- man was te inform the authorities. She was te be arrested and each eno of day nii;ht. It new develops that the killing was them would come te the trial as witnesses and get witness fees. prearranged. After this was deno they would divide Martha Curtis has confessed that in ac cerdauce with a concerted plan she nnd up with her. She agreed te this plot, and Mrs. Ever-solher brother, Henry Curtis, induced Than se it is alleged, bought the whisky Dedge to attend Church that night, se placed it in her bed where she was that the Tayler brothers would have an and lying ill. opportunity te kill him. Each then bought semo whisky, whero-upe- n In order te prevent his resistance, she Huntsman notified Sheriff J. D. borrowed Dedge's knife, and did net rePhipps of Morgan county. turn it. He also made a purchase of a small The Curtises were te have led Dedge quantity and then notified Deputy Marthrough the unfrequented lane where the shal Lucey what was going en in Mere; three Taylors were lying in ambush. This they failed te de, but Dodpe took head. The efllccrs immediately repaircd te that read, accompanied by his sister. As they passed the ambuscade the the scene uud tbe arrest followed. Judge Barr, upon hearing this testithree Taylors jumped out und caught mony, ordered all concerned in the affair him. He was thrown down, and while James placed under arrest and taken te Jail and Sylvester Toyler held him, Geerge until the Grand Jury investigated their cases. Tayler cut his threat. The discovery of this plot caused quite After the fatal wound was given the murderers beat the dying man with clubs a sensation in tbe Courtroom. Miss Oakley, the victim, is a handsome and stones. nothing can mountain lassie and seems te. have mero Sylvester Tayler says that be done with him, as he merely held than ordinary intelligence for eno of her station in llfe. Dedge while his brother cut him This is a "dodge" that has already bees The Taylors are net white people. Their father is a mulatto, while their worn threadbare by the festive moen- ! j. Sim PECOR. '.SI I'r'S T?f9 e, Jm .XX "a shiner. Our Colored footwear! That's what you want for Summer wear. When the weather is het the Shoes, like the clothing, must be cool, and our Colored Shoes are the beau ideal of coolness. which she cut its head off. A ceuplo of gentlemen from this city weru passing at the time, and the lady made eno of ibem a present of the ten rattles and one button which were found en the stiake. It measured 4 feet 0 inches. A Great Opportunity We give away, absolutely freo of cost, for a limited time only, The l'oeplo's Common Sense Medical Adviser, by It. V. Ploreo, M. D. Chief Consulting Fbyslean te the Invalids' Hetel and Surgical Iustltute, a book of 1008 large pages, profusely Illustrated, bound In strong paper covers te any eno sending 21 eents In stamps, te cover cost of mailing: only. Over 080,000 copies of tbU complete family Docter Boek already sold In cloth blading-- at regular ptlee" of II 50, World' Dispensary Medteal one-ccn- stage. Mr. Uunter is a veteran actor, grown In the laudable vocation of giving beneflt performances. He feels it his boundett duty, net age has withered or time has decayed his talent or ability, net because he will appear no mero, but because his Manager thinks this means the best possible way te gain the ear of the public nnd te tell them the Baseball Club Beneflt will occur next Wednesday night at 8:15 o'clock in Washington Opora-heusYeu will hear two charming, sparkling comedies, excellently acted and Inter preted, ted with stage effects beautiful gray be-cau- All tbe Correct $bade$ and Styles of Casts. Nothing can be easier en the feet or handsomer or better fitting. Fer euj Colored Shoes and Oxfords, at easr prices, you will find nothing like our&. . i ihh tub-wiptle- F. B. RANSON & CO. , m ttMMUev, Buffttle, N. Y. aselegant. as wmr amcenB strjskt. 4 i ? ,r , i nte ,,v XHf f. . ' 'In. pencil across III " ! 7i clipping was scrawled In Calamity filck's cramped script: "And 30 of 'en wlmin, and Laler says the captain died sheeting sir." r of .the life patrol paused a cnssln' the owner as the seas swept lantern en his arm, his them pero folks often the deck into the buttoned cloee up te his Burf." mini the peak of his oilskin cap Baxton stared at the paper before r ilewn ever hia wcathcrbcaten him. My Qedl he had heard of the paswed out into the night. Bucephalus before. years-afteps?l the doer a gust of wind True, he was net born untilmemory this tcrrlble event, yet the Mm knob from hia grasp, dashed 'fjMsewerk against the wall of the of it had poisoned all of his mother's Baxter, the Buceiber and extinguished the. illckcr- - remaining days, 'ell lamp that made aUUt te render phalus ,Murdere," he had heard somelifetime, but body say in his feth-r- r' it m darkness of the room. he never knew the meanQhifesee Baxter hastily fastened the until r, after the retreating figure, re-- ing of the words, AucThcre.en the very htal the lamp and sat down en the scene of the horror, the son of its author kest which served us a chair and a was domiciled under the, cabin walls-oship. Yonder its figthat IAtrange place itwas, this beach urehead long-lemocked him with staring eyes iemjs cabin. Timbers from every Aflint. hurl Mmn nulmm nn frtftln Sj "The hull is breaking up!" It is no Meek these 50 years were, woven into heterogeneous framework. Here- a longer the fisherman's house, but the a sinking the mn or a steamship's deckhouse, there cabin of strain und ship. See hew keel timbeVs wrench as the. wascmen ireni tne sturdy null or some pounds oil the remorseless sand; hear merchantman, yenucr : ncs thunder en the deck m patched wainscoting of a clipper hew the above, as though te crush the trembling hip's ,tonce gorgeous cabin relics of departed pride fabric; listen te the I creaking of the The teed.tke monuments of the dead past overstrained timbers where water Is slowly rising yonder, the cabin wme strange nautical cemetery. fleer Is lewebt. Who are these that Outside the galeraged with iucreas- - crowd down the conipanlenway womtajjUury. Lew though it sat between en scantily clad terror in their eyes, Mhs sand dunes, the solid walls of the 5vel trembled and rocked under the their hands bleeding, their naked feet raw fipact of the blast like a ship in a One from contact with the cruel ropes? is ennged gentlewoman who leans vy sea, buch a spring storm had net feebly en the shoulders of a young man been seen en the coast for tears net her gray hair streams ever her brew, since the night fas a veteran told af tcr- - her dim eyes leek with a mother's tentward) when the clipper ship Bucephalus love mme ashore 'way back in the '50s. In der All en her son's reseluto yeuug face. these peer creatures are u angle ever mere tne prow of this chilled with exposure, weak with sufewel formed a Bert of cornerstone for fering. Twe of the women lend, anthe strange structure, nnd the horse in other carried a child. "Better te drown the figurehead stared at Baxton with here," says one, bitterly, "than te fee sightless eyes of an emblem of death. freeze to death en deck." (Baxton does lie weidd have been nuzzled te explain net hear these words, but he sees the why he felt se Btrangely, left alone in lips move and knows what they are sayftfcis cozy cabin. Baxton. was net a ing.) Then the little group huddles superstitious man, nor one given te close together in the gloom, the mothers Sentimental vagaries or emotional vveak- - gather their children te their breasts, jseeees, and yet, as the doer swung te and one, an ancient gentlewoman, prays .after the officer, he felt for a. moment a silently, as she locks hands with the strange and unaccountable thrill a stripling. "I pray Thee, O Father, if Chilling of the bleed a consciousness it be Thy w ill, take me and spare him." if something outside of his sphere of New the pale lips of the w OmiHucncc, superior te his power of con an are still, her head sinks en her breast trel, that 'was gradually but surely and the son rises with a terrible cry warking Its will around and about him. vBaxten cannot hear that cry, but he the feeling was net one of fear. What, sces the man's awful eyes and knows fadeed, was he te be afraid of? Surely what he says). "My mother is dead!" net of the storm, for he was cezilv Then the waves pound harder en the housed. .Net the thieves or marauders. deck, the timbers slirink and creak and for" he and the coast guardsmen were groan, the fabric lifts and falls with ie only human beings en that strip of dull, terrible thuds it is high tide igbeach. Of what, then, was he fearful? the ship is breaking up. Although it jit Was all nonsense, he said he was net is day, the cabin grows darker and 'afraid at all. darker. The water rises higher. Baxj jKaxten shivered as he threw another ton must save himself. He staggers fepiece of driftwood en the fire and drew ncress the heaving- fleer where mother elescr te the green-blu- e blaze of the and son lie dead in each ether's arms, eepper-staine- d timber that cast fan- - reaches the companionway, gains the tic, many-hue- d shadows en the deck and then, before him, eer Hie ugh walls. "Ne geinir beek te the shattered bulwarks, te which clings mainland he thought, as the half a hundred miserable, drowning picture of the bay res? creatures, looms a great towering wall lore his minu, and. lie silently ob- - of green water. Lashed te the mizzen urgatcd the secretary of the treasury shrouds, the captain, trumpet in hand, yrha had promulgated the order for wes net the coming avalanche his men te entertain glance rests only en the face that is bidding- the guests in their cozy stations emerging from the companionway The tea chest was filled witli old Baxton's face. Ca&tiugeff the rope that newspapers, the officer had said, with holds him te this place of safety, with which he might, perhaps, while away an livid stare nnd blazing eye, lie points Ikeur. He lifted the lid. Yes se it straight at Baxton. 4U'0(L nftnta t1innlnt liinbTin r. rt "See, sec," he cries, "the murderer ryears, tied up and labeled in a cramped Baxton! Curses en you curses en you curses!" In a second it was ever. handwriting'- that of Calamity Dick's, jnvumv.j i uw ubuciuiuu nuu, uumi i The monstrous hill of water, the double strikes death lest year, had occupied this cabin wae that marks the flood-tidsince no man remembered when. Turn-Jw- r the shattered ship a full, fair blew, them ever, Baxton saw that the mounts as high as the yardarm, clear rnntnlnpfl elinrtinmi flpurrlti. ever the decks, shatters the weakened rtlve of the wrecks en this same stretch hull te fragments and bears down mast called Coffin beach "Cemetery and bowsprit in one common ruin, amid beach would be better," Baxton thought, an awful grinding and crushing and a aa he sun eyed the yellow bundlcj. splintering of timbers. Then rises n Excelsior, June, 1842," read one; great shriek that pierces te heaven eer tkfl rltvivm ! ftifranfjil" "til.!. Aw1,.A.. the tumult of the sea (Baxton cannot "VUUHUVU,lllBlVU Ull.J.iiliUl , January, 1843, za drowned, none hear that shriek, but he feels it), fol"Ship Hareld," lowed by the boiling seethe of waters ved, read another fcW.drewncd, four saved; "Clipper Van- - and the wave passes en, leaving naught iirHard, 86 drowned, 15 saved," and se en te tell the fate of the Bucephalus sae a ".through a pile of packages that reached few scattered spars, a few battered u ui: .&;; iijgu bottom iuiu kuciu uu mu uvui. corpses (ghastly playthings of the tide) was a iarjrer bundle and that is all. Xcar the (labeled "Clipper Bucephalus, Marcn, The following is from the Daily Rec1356, 122 drowned, four Baved." Where 'kad. he heard of that ship? "Buceph- - ord of April 2S, ie : Bucephalus," he repeated, reflect- "A strange accident happened at Cef-1Beach en Friday last. ClarenceBax. te himself. "Oh, yes, the ship tin New Yerker, went d figurehead canie freir, and he ten, a down en Thursday for a bit of snipe began te untie the dusty package. slowly it came baclc te him that sheeting, expecting te leturn that be hal heard the name before he cam night. Prevented from doing se by the b Coffin beach. "Where?" As he asked storm, he sought refuge in a fisherStlie question u newspaper, bearing the man's cabin en the beach, where the date 1850, lay spread bnerc him, ar.d life patrol left him nt 10 o'clock in the Ills eyes rested en the headlines: "Clip evening, comfortably housed nnd proper Ship Bucephalus, Liverpool te New vided with light and fuel. The tide rose iYerk, Ashore en Coffin Beach, April te nn extraordinary height dining the 26, The vessel, which was night, se much se that the flood wave by IT. B. Baxton & Ce., Frent (as the last wave of the high tide te Mreet, tkis city, missed its reckoning called) swept clear ever the sand dunca Kd.ran ashore en Coffin beach at that line the bench, overwhelmed tlis &thYea o'clock en the mernli'g of Tue3- - cabin and swept it out te sea, carryiug jnay lest nnd became n total wreck. with it the unfortunate gentleman, crew at this place, one whose body was cast up en '.he shore by Tke ,the most dangerous points en the the returning tide next morning. Net rCat, is net en duty at this season of a vestige of the cabin remained, save the, i',the rear. At ten o clock en tue iollew- - figurehead of n ship, which formed part fr1r aaeruing, before anything could be of the structure. It is curious te note mmi te rescue tuc crew nnu passcn- - that the succeeding ebb tid", which xrm m, ,Ue rulp went te pieces in tne nn extremely low one, exposed upon tin? i8e aurf that was running. Of the beach the hull of a large ship, supposed !lMt's eenipany, 82 steerage passengers. te be the remains of the clipper BucephAf alus, which was wrecked en the sauds JtV.t I. 0 lt4U J drowned. The second mate, Mr. semo forty years age. The dcccescJ , nnu iiircu tauurs uumc usnurc was the son of the late II. B. Baxton, e le en pieces of wreckage the sole prominent merchant of this city." wrTfvers of the disaster. The captain Vanity. WU. Ti1kin5, perished with his ship Bigotry has no head nnd cannot vXhler, who wa3 seen by n cerre- aent of this paper yesterday, states think; no heart, and cannetfecl. When (he vessel's less r.ns due te th! she moves, it is in wrath; when she tbat lier owner had neglected te pauses, it is amid ruin; her prayers are 8 proper chronometer, although curses her god is a demon lier comiv warned of the. peril run by munion Is death hcrcngcanceiftctcr-nit- y . . i m her decalegue written in the 5f this essential instrument, 'jtauiten is noted among metropel bleed of her victims; and if she steps a hi- - great wcnltb aud moment in her Infernal flight, it is ereUau t ' par.ilnieny. It u Mid that the upon a kindred rock, te whet her vuMr wilt be laid before the authprl- - lture fang for a were sanguinary deela H hi order that tfc emmw al tfc tkw. TkmU O'OMHell. mH my W tkertwJily ?T 4WI wjiinpi .meh. te-nig-ht st (81IB BUCEPHALUS. the margts 4 A At tfea TWO GOOD WA$ STORIES. Hev the Confederates Lest the Steamship Planter. Carried Safely Out of CharlMten by b Colored l'llet Who AI)ernrd Derame Cengresmn Uen. Reger A. rrjrer's Capture. He was in congress from Seuth Carolina Bebert Smalls is a Special Washington Letter. full-blood- negre. lf f J for several terms, and conducted him-erwith dignity nnd decorum, although he did net mukc much of nn impression of his individuality upon legislation. Nobody knew much of his perHe has a sonal history until lately. claim before congress for $20,000, as prize money which he avers is due him for having captured the confederate steamship "Planter" in Charleston har-- - cheek-by-l7thes- e SMALLS STOOP f fr- IfS I.V THE IILOT HOUSE. -- storm-lashe- d - life-savi- - . -- - lll-- e, iw4-1r"- kWT. TOB&t-he- la n well-know- n ill-fat- 'aed ,f 'ife-savin- g WUW -- fr n.- A !,! dan ber, at the risk of his life. The committee en war claims has made a faver-ubi- e report en the bill, nnd the report gives the history of the heroism of Smalls. On May 13, 18G2, the confederate steamboat "Planter," the special dispatch beat of Gen. Uipley, the confederate pest commander nt Charleston, S. C, was taken by Bebert Smalls under the following circumstances from the wharf at which she was lying, carried safely out of Charleston hurber, and delivered te one of the v essels of the federal fleet then blockading the pert. On the day previous, May 12, the Planter which had for two weeks been engaged in removing guns from Celes island te Jarnes island, returned te Charleston. That night nil of the officers went nshere and slept in the city, leaving en beard a crew of eight men, all colored. Among them was Kebert fcmalls, who was vlrtunlly the pilot of the beat, although he was only called a wheelman, because at that time no colored man could have, in fact, been made a pilot. Fer some time previous he had been watching for an opportunity te carry into execution a plan he had conceived te take the Planter te This, he saw, was the federal fleet. about as geed a chance ns he would ever have te de se, and therefore he determined net te lese it. Consulting witli the balance of the crew, Smalls found that they were willing te cooperate with hint, although two of them afterward concluded te remain behind. The design was hazardous in the extreme. The beat would have te pass beneath the guns of the forts in the harbor. Failure and detection would have been certain deuth. Fearful was the venture, but it was made. The daring resolution had been formed, nnd under command of Bebert Smalls weed was taken aboard, steam was put en, nnd with her valuable cargo of guns and ammunition, intended for Fert Ripley, a new fortification just constructed in the harbor, about two o'clock in the morning the Planter silently moved off from the deck, steamed up te North Atlantic wharf, where Smalls' wife and two children, together with four ether women and one ether child, and also three men, were waiting te embark. All of these were taken en beard, and then, nt 3:25 a. m., May 13, the Planter started ,011 her perilous venture, carrying nine men, five women and three Passing Fert Johnsen, the children. Planter'b steam whistle blew the usual salute and she proceeded down the bay. Approaching Fert Sumter, Smalls steed in the pilot house leaning out of the window, with his anus folded across his breast, after the manner of Capt. Belay, the commander of the beat, nnd with his head covered with the huge straw hnt which Capt. Belay commonly w ere en sucli occasions. The signal required te be given by all steamers passing out wns given as coolly as if Gen. Ripley wns en beard, going out en a tour of inspection. Sumter nnsw ered by signal "All right," and the Planter headed toward Merris island, then occupied by Hatch's light artillery, and passed beyein the rangp of Sumter's guns before anybody suspected anything was wrong. When at lust tlie Planter was obviously going tewnid tlie federni fleet off the bar, Sumter signaled toward Merris island te step lier. But it wns toe late. As tlie Planter nppreached tlie federal fleet, a white flag wns displayed, but this was net at first discovered, and the federal steamers, supposing that tlie confederate rams were coming te them, steed out e deep water. But the ship Onvvnrd, Capt. Nichols, which wns net a steamer, remained, opened her ports, nnd wns about te fire into the. Planter, when she noticed the flng of truce. As seen ns the vessels cninc within hailing distance of each ether, the Planter's errand was explained. Capt. Nichols then bearded her, nnd Smalls delivered the Planter te him. Frem the Planter Smalls was transferred te the Augusta, the flag ship off the bar, under the command of Cnpt, Parrett, by whom the Planter, with Smalls and her crew, were Rent te Pert Royal te Rear Admiral Dupent, then in command of the euthern squadron. Smalls continued te distinguish Hmber of naval eHgageHWRts. In and Hjyw emoewuriiMi,twIiHbr,iq3! 5 nt-tn- Island ereek the confederate batterlet at Sccesslenvllle opened a very het fin upon her. Capt. Nlckcrsbn became demoralized and left the pilot heus and secured himself In the coal bunker. Smalls was en the deck, nnd finding out that tlie captain had deserted hi pest, entered tlie pilot house, took command of tlie beat, and carried her safely out of the reach of the guns, for this conduct he was promoted by order of Gen. Gillmere, commanding the department of the south, te the rank ei captain, and was ordered te act as captain of the Planter, which was used as a supply beat along the coast until ths.1 end of the war. In September, 18CG, be carried his beat te Baltimore where she was put out of commission nnd sold. Congressman Ames J. Cummings, nt New Yerk, who has been a voluminous writer for many years, gave me a geed war story from one of his scrap books. It is concerning the celebrated New Yerk lawyer, Reger A. Pryon, who formerly resided in Vlrginla.and was a confederate brigadier general. Byren M. Cuteheen, of Michigan, told the story. He said: "In November, 1SG4, I wns commanding a brigade in the Ninth corps, before Petersburg. We had just heard of Lincoln's second election. I was inspecting my division nnd noticed a officer apparently en the same duty with his line. He waved a newspaper towards me, and I went out te meet him. I knew thnt he wanted te We exchange newspapers witli me. knew thnt tlie confederate congress had just assembled, and wanted the RichTlie rebels were mond newspapers. anxious te lenm the news from our elections. "When we met nnd saluted, the confederate introduced himself as 'Capt. Brown, First Virginia.' I replied: 'Cel. Cuteheen, of the Twentieth Michigan.' He gave me two Richmond papers, arid I gave him tlie Washington Chronicle and Philadelphia Inquirer. We chnttl for a few moments, ns though we were friends, and then rode te our respective When I met my commanding lines. officer, Oen. Hnrtrnnft, and gave him the Richmond papers, he noticed the penciled w erds, upon One pf tlie papers: 'Mrs. Reger A. Pryer, Petersburg.' Gen. Hartranft said that he knew of the Tryer family, and that they lived in that neighborhood. "I heard nothing mere about it until the next Sunday morning. Then I had occasion te go up te headquarters with Gen. Albert B. Petter, who commanded tlie second division of our army corps. I was in ills tent when a guard came te the doer and rapped upon tlie tentpe!. "The general called eut: 'Come in.' "Twe guards wheeled around and brought in a prisoner. I sat en one side of tlie tent, 1 recognized tlie prisoner as Capt. Brown. He was tall and commanding. His head was erect, his hair was long, and his eyes black and piercing. He seemed highly indignant. " 'Is this Gen. Petter?' he asked. " 'It is,' replied the union general. " 'I nni Gen. Reger A. Pryer, of the confederate service,' the prisoner replied. 'I hav e been basely trapped. "I started in astonishment. " 'Hew is that?' asked Gen. Petter. " 'Well, said Pryer, 'I was invited out between tlie lines te exchange newspapers. The pickets covered inc with their rifles, and 1 wns brought in here a prisoner. 1 demand that 1 be released.' " 'I don't knew, general,' replied Petter, 'that I can afford ou any relief. I cen-fedcia- STUDY IN LIVERS. vliflda OWm Iter MUtreM en Them. Berne Tela Eullnda came the ether morning int the breakfast room where I was lingering" ever the morning paper und a last cup of Kullndn's geed coffee. "Has you had cnuff brenkfuss, MtsJ Delly?" "Yes, Eulinda, I am all right; I'm just leafing." Still Eullnda lingered, pretending te be arranging the china en the sideboard, but I noticed that she took the pieces down and abstractedly put them back in the same place, and I knew he had something- - en her mind. After nhc had changed my pet souvenir cups from the first shelf to the second shelf nnd back again six times, I said: "What is it, Eulindrt?" "Oh, nuffin', Miss Helly; I'se jess r.xciiANcii.Nu iAii:ns. think I will have te refer this up te headquarters.' "Se te headquarters Gen. Pryer went. The rest I only knew fieni history. He was taken te Gen. .Meade. Gen. Meade scrtt him te Gen. Grunt. Gen. Grunt stnt him te Washington, nnd he was confined for a time in the Old Capitel prison. Then lie vrete a note te Jehn W. Ferney, an old friend of his in congress. Ferney became sponsor for ills geed behavior, used his influence with the president, mid get him out. "In tlie tent, when lie said that he wan Gen. Reger A. Pryer, lie turned and looked at me. I arose and saluted him, and said: 'Goed morning, Capt. Brown.' "He smiled and turned, nnd wc shook hands.' He lecegnized me at once ns the officer witli whom lie had exchanged papers en the preceding Friday morning. 1 suppose he called himself Capt. Brown en thnt morning te avoid recognition." Smith D. Fuy. VVIiore They Stepped. Mr. BniaiicipiiK There is eno geed tiling. New women can never become anglemnniacH. Mm. Buianclpus Why net? Mr. KinancipuH Yeu enn't turn your bloomer-- i up nt 'the bottoms. Meusuremrntii. Brooklyn Life. "He is very gifted," said MIfs "Why, he can si, down and write poetry by the yard." "Yes," replied tlie envleui rival. "The only difficulty is that thr public Washington tends it by the lncli." Star. Gush-ingte- -- 1 him-Hc- lf ' Ah ArtU tle' Achievement. "Mr. Crayons is very successful in hia drawing,' refcHirked the young woman, .' L4 3 b ' t 4h m . T HJ '"I lijiidjuwiajt ke UM,ieri ei V, iMUfeanjHtaniuKnttXti "YtVl,rrNi tkedkteehrtOH rival, iwVttwl t c. "But you don't usunlly think as hard as this se early in the morning. What hnvc you get en your mind?" "Well, Miss Delly, te tell de truff, it's jess this but I denn lak te be meddlin'." "Ge en Eullnda; you never meddle." "Weil, Miss Delly," nnd Eullnda waved a china teacup impressively in the air, "I jess denn lakdatlighi-heade- d gemman what comes here, no wny la de wurl'." "Ne?" I said, net much surprised, for Eulinda always likes or dislikes. "He's right smn't and clevah, Miss Delly I ain't sayin' nuffin' ngin' dnt eyes" und he suttinly has (nnd Eulinda rolled her own about with much feeling) ; "they jess ns blue ns a baby's. But, Miss Delly, he's whltc-li- v ered." "Why, Eulinda!" said I, sitting up script. in surprise, for though Eulinda is often my humble mentor, I never knew her te SPREAD INFECTION AMONG BUGS study my friend's temperaments. "De of Destroying you mean he is afraid lie has no cour- Nevel MethodVogue In Kansas.Farm rests In age?" The business of cxchangingslckbuga "Ne'm, Miss Delly; he's jess for well ones is te be conducted en a Denn ye' get te lakin' 'im and larger scale this year. Prof. Frank II. studyln' Mm at all, Miw Delly. I'se been Snow, chancellor of the State Universisludyin' '1m nnd studyln' Mm, and he'.) ty of Kansas, is in charge of it with an s Dean you knew, appropriation from the legislature te honey, there's folks ns has liveis, 'stead back him. Just new he is getting into e' bein' natchel colored thcy's white. elder his hospital for insects, in which Tliey's hoodooed. Miss Delly" (and the hitter are treated, net for the put voice sank into nn eerie whis- pose of curing them of anything, but te per), nnd all they's folks dies. Den inoculate tlicm artificially with horrigo takin' no risks, honey' ble diseases. Then .Eulinda set her teacup down During the coming summer nnybedy with a hang and resumed her work, who cheeses te send a healthy chinch just ns if she had net suddenly turned bug te Prcf. Snow will receive from into nn incomprehensible sibyl. I knew him in .return a diseased specimen of 1 hnd run up against one of her voodoo the same species. Last season consignsuperstitions, but no amount of ques- ments of sick insects were forwarded tioning could get anylhing mere out of te .'1.000 farmers in Kansas alone, and her. Yet nnd in spite of an inheritance pneknges of them were shipped by exof civilization, in spite of my boasted press te various localities in eightether lack of superstition I can't for the states. The recipients scattered the life of me, new, help studying llvcrs.--N- . bugs in their nelds, the object biing Y. Journal. te sprend a plague among the chinch bugs thnt were damnging the crops. POLISHED FLOORS. This is a new idea. The theory that The Heard Should He Trepared llofere Berne of the most injurious inafctfl The)- - Are Laid. maj- - be kept in check by spreading Te secure a perfectly-polishefleer diseases among them artificially is betlie work must be beguu en the ma- ing npplied by practical experiments terial before putting down. The beards In Emepe as well ns in this country. should be thoroughly and Tref. Snev's work in this direction has then gene ever with two or three ceatn been nttended with much huccchs, the of linseed oil, applied when at the boil- destructive chinch bug being ing point. If the beards arc put into annihilated ever whole districts by his the kiln between applications aud patent plague. His dried, se much the better. They may hospital is en plans of his own, involvthen be put down witli reasonable con- ing the use of very elaborate apparatus. fidence that every little bit of dampness The material of infection is placed in will net swell or warp them out of small glass jars together with a few shape. If beards are net se treated be- healthy bugs. The latter, wlier, they fore putting down it will be necessary become sick, are transferred te large te be careful about spilling wnter en shallow boxes. In these lwxes healthy them, ns they will almost certainly bugs are put as fast aa they are respring up, and may warp entirely out ceived, nud from them Ls obtained a of control. The het oil put en while oenstnnt supply of dying and dend inthe hoards are in the raw state pene- sects for shipment te these who want trates them evenly all ever, and there them. ere no exposed places where moisture Te maintain the supply Tref. Snow can creep in. requires that every person asking for Floers that have been put down be- diseased bugs shall send nn equal numfore being treated must be smoothed ber of healthy ones. Seme of the speami all cracks and nail holes filled witli cimens forwarded from the infirmary putty, in which a very little plaster of are. te all outward appearances, well parls is mixed. Three or four coats and hnppy, but they have been exposed et boiling oil will be the best body for te infection, nnd the deadly germs are any polish te be applied. Seme work- already beginning te multiply inside a el their IkmIIcs. After n bit they will men use what is called a substance that is readily absorbed into sicken and die, the corpse of ench eno the grain of the weed and makes it hard being enveloped in a shroud of white and Arm. If a special color is required meld. Did you ever see a dead fly ata liquid stain without oil or spirit tached te a window pane by a network should be first applied. This is better it of whitish gossamer filaments? It is put en very het, as it sinks into the n case exactly similar; the fly has died weed better and is much mere durable, of a fungus disease. The ailment comIt should be laid en very rapidly and municated te the chinch bugs by Prof. smoothly with a wide, thick brush nnd Snow is a fungus, the fruiting of which with strokes lengthwise of the beards: makes the winding sh;et thnt eventual Ample time must be given for this te ly envelops the victim. Bosten Trim dry before any ether coat is applied; r.crlpt. then, when thoroughly dry, put en het Canlne Comprehension of Words. ril, allowing it te settle into the weed When thu guest of Rev. EJvvnrd H. befero a second coat is laid en. There nre prepared polishes that may Ingle, in Roanoke, Va., I was asked b lie had of dealers in painta and oils, nnd Mr. Ingle te make the experiment 'these arc often used without prepar- whether I could bring into my cenver sntien with atory treatment. This, however, docs rut its with Itlni tlie word "holes'by his being curiously noticed give as fine a finish ns when the deg. net once, I tried beards nre first treated. Some dec- emphasizing it mere thnn making net the word or orators color the beards befero put louder than any ether words. The it iir:t ting them down, in tlie same fashion time tin wrrd "holes" reached IiIb ear us is recommended for oiling. tlie deg looked toward me wilh an exnnd pression of apprehension. Snturatcd with color, The second then thoroughly oiled, beards become time the deg rase, curled his tail be- Arm, nnd, nfler long dry tween his legs, nnd steed, watchful, ing, very durable. If possible they as if te knew whether he was te be should lie unused for semo days nftcr further disturbed. The third time, he nn oil polish is npplied. If they could left the room, with unmistakable dembe left for several weeks they would onstrations of alarm and shnme. Mr. 1k very much better, but this Is rnrely Ingle teid'me, or the only explanation possible, except it be done just before lie could give, that the deg had dug one gees away for the summer, or the holes in tlie grass en the Inwn and had house is se, situated thnt the room can been sharply rrpreved anil scolded for be closed for some time. N. Y. Ledger. it nev er punished otherwise. Wc hav c a deg which will de the same thing lleltt in Vogue, for precisely the same reason en hear The newest belts tire. The little They are made of ribbon belting nnd ing the word "ducks." fasten with beautiful buckles. One, wretch killed a tame duck, nnd way v hich is seen te appear iu a prominent verbally flngeliated. Louden Spceta-- " . Broadway jeweler's window, is of ter. vhitc ribbon belting, pnintcd in a l'resuiiintleu Jteliukcil. (nrelcnx design of buttercups. A "One of the strong points about thU miniature framed in geld fermt carpet, ma'am,"' said the salesman, "Ii the buekle. Anether, equally pretty, that it won't show dirt as plainly n ltiiH festoons of tiny pink rosebuds some ethers. Yeu vvpuldn't have t7 painted en while ribbon belting, and U Hweci) iv nenriy us uuen v,r 2 ttw ......111 fue toned with a wonderfully beautiful "j. sneu inn 1 nave i e wfp.il-a- an, it at uekU reprwentlHj-- - a' row vemitf man." mterruutil Aim. (mmwiII. ' Md of vnryiup hImmUs epiitk wtth wueH ttHtrnMMMi. "tva Kti a v z te thlnkln'." NONSENSE. "De you have any Idea hew maay ' tens of coal you burn eack .vlnteY?'1 "Ne; I only knew hew many I pay fer," Chicago Recerd. "Are you uatisflcd that the team 1 "Yes, sold you nre well matched?" they're well matched. One is willing te work, nnd the. ether is satisfied tj i let him." N. Y. Telegram. Like a Bey. Ilia Mether "Yeu sea your grandpa js very sick. Say something te him.' The Sen "Grandpa, would you like te have soldiers at yeut funeral ?" Bosten Transcript. Proprietor (te the editor) "Well, the first number of our new paper leeks well, but there is one thing I don't like." "What?" "Why, tills communication 8. signed 'An Old Subscriber.' " "Didn't I tell you, Nerah, that 1 ' should be at home te no eno?" "Yls, ma'am, but the lady has en just the felncst new hnt you ivcr laid eyca en, nn' I fought It my Christian juty te hev sce it," Harper's Bazar. March of Science. Ardent Lever "If you could see my heart, Belinda, yei: would knew hew fondly " Girl 'producing a camera) "I intend te see it, Hiram. Sit still, please." Cliicoge Tribune. Customer "That meat I bought 1 ere Inst, Mr. Cleaver, was frightf ully Butcher "De you knew, tough." mnrm, thai one rensen why there are se many peer teeth nowadays is because they de net have enough exercise?" Customer "But thnt steak couldn't be cut with n knife." Butcher "Yes, there is some mighty peer cutlery in the market new. Did you say five pounds, marm?" Bosten TranA LITTLE Tlt-Bt- 4 i ,' xf' r u9i ?w .S white-livere- d. je-s- white-livere- d. "y-iAH s 11 j-- e' i&. , d s kiln-dri- ed well-nig- h disease-breedin- g Vf vv M f 4 ) (;f weed-fille- r, W '8 kiln-drie- d . close-graine- d, ff- I - Iland-l'alntu- d hand-painte- d. ti hand-painte- d fMl-blv- n w ' z . ..s.k 5J .1.. if F t' S, . ttrA.T-114..' ... . -- . a v , J Jdl .. -. 1,Ifjl ' Ik";'. f V .i -' "iS V" a CATCHING :v 'a" w. THE FARMING WORLD. & A FOR FEEDING CALVES. Little Device That Save OenildtraM Trouble and Annoyance. ifM A' Ar 8 " . te Almest all the treatises en the practical cultivation of the grape are intended for large vineyards, where the grape is cultivated for market purposes ttlene. The amateur gardener who has but a few de.t-i-i grapevines te care for fan get .very Httle profit from these rules. Ter the bcuefit of the tiniutcur we way suy that the best time for pruning his grapes will be the spring and summer mouths. Ife should have a clear idea as te the number of branches, and which ones he needs te leave grew for fruiting the following season; and, seen after growth hns commenced, the weaker sheets that he does net need for fruiting the following feoasen should be taken out. All the vital power of the plants will then go into the branches that are left. They will be strong and healthy and bear fine grapes the following seaben. Anether point te be attended te is that in the limited room of the amateur's garden it is desirable te keep the fruiting branches as low te the ground as possible, and every effort should be made te make them strong. In the summer pruning, or, rather, "pinching out," of these branches it will be found that the upper sheets are the strongest und the lower ones the weaker. If it is deslra-bl- e te have the branches low toward the ground, the upper branches, although strong, should be pinched back. This will threw the strength of the plant into the weaker branches and make them ns strong as if they pushed out from the upper portions of the plant. It is impossible te teach this in the few words of a paragraph. Much can be learned from actual trials, and if the amateur grower with little experience and with this parain graph before him, will experiment with a single vine for one year, he will learn mere from actual observation than he could by studying a whole book en grape culture for a week. Median's Monthly. Vines C'nre Feri grape-growing, GRAPES Utbts for TJieui N AVhtj SUMMER. Ifnve But n Few GARDEN Senate J tee sketched, run between the garden rows, will destroy hosts of sprouting weeds, particularly if the sun is shining brightly ut the time. It is easily made of a bit d of old saw blade and two strips of iron. Where the strips of iron curve under the frame te form the half-roun- Kpreutlnir Weeds. An improved scuflic hoc, like the one IMPLEMENT. That Will Destroy lleitts of PP TS He t Whoever has undertaken te lift a pall of milk ever the hide into a pen occupied, by eno or mere calves knows by unfortunate experience hew difficult a matter it is te keep the milk from being upsfl by the hungry little animals before it can be set in place for them te drink. which raid were told by Thad Arneld, The out shows a hotter way. A doer la one of the deputies who accompanied the posse. "We left Point llurnsidc," he wild, "and stepicd the first night In Menti-cellstarting early the next morning for IJoaien mountain, near which Neleon vvns known-tlive. Aswcrak up the harrow bridle-path- , that is the easiiStiW'k W'ii est way te the top of the mountain, a mountaineer met us. " 'Howdy, stranger,' he said. " 'Howdy,' we answered. " 'Oelng te Albany'." he inquired. " 'Yes.' " 'Wall, I reckon I kin de yeu'unt semo geed an' make an honest dollar,' he remarked. 'One of you all jess git down an' come hyar.' i i , "Our leader dismounted, and the man cut in the side of the pen just large said cautieusly: " "J'har's a feller named Cap Nelsen enough for the calf te get his head through. The doer is kept closed and hyar, an' tlinr'x a reward fur Mm. l'f buttoned. At the feeding time the pall ye' nil will bring sonic men hyar, I'll is set en the fleer outside the pen, as go halvers. "After a little sparring a deal was indicated, the little doer opened, and the calf allowed te eat. Such little devices made with the fellow, who took us te a save much trouble, and take but a few house for supper, where he said Nelsen moments' time te set in operation. X. had an engagement te come thnt night. Y. Tribune. We watched the informer carefully and kept our weapent ready for use. BAD ROADS EXPENSIVE. " 'Ye'uns all go up yonder in the lefi Interesting StutUtlca ruriiMiiil by the an' keep a sharp lookout. When he comes, jump right down nn' captor Mm Department or Agriculture. The department of agriculture has suddent. Take me, toe, for my hide completed an interesting investigation wouldn't be worth shucks ef they had relating te the use of the common reads any ijec he war given away.' "We were a little suspicious, but kept of the United States. IScturns have been received f.'em about 1,200 counties, a close watch upon the man. He was showing the average length of haul net out of our sight except when he from farms te markets or shipping went te feed the hones. "About the time it grew daik there points te be 12 miles; the average weight of lead for two horses, 2,002 were sounds of horses' hoofs, and our pounds; and the average cost per ten spy whispered up ihe left: 'He'll ride per mile, 23 cents, or 'i for the entire up an I'll goeutnii'see'imnn'stop'im. haul. Estimating the farm products at He won't come in, 'cause tliar's two 210,824,227 tens in weight, and making ethers with Mm. When ye' all hear estimates en ether articles carried ever three pistol shots ye' kin knew it's Mm. the public reads, It is calculated that the Git ye' critters an' surreun'd Mm. aggregate expense of this transporta"We started after the horses, and the tion in the United States is 94G,414,GG.P. pistol shots were heard as we reached per annum. Jteperts have been asked the leg stable. MMie horses were gene, from the United States consuls abroad the lights were out in the cabin, and of the expense of hauling where the when we get back it was deserted. We toads are geed, se as te render possible finally get into the house, and loosely a calculation which will show hew scrawled en a piece of brown paper was much of this lnrgc outlay is due te bad written: 'I tel' ye' all I'd show ye' reads. The estimate is ventured, how- Cap Nelsen for half the $2,000. Yeu all ever, upon information in the office of et supper with him, but he don't live read inquiry, counting the less of time here ns a general thing. He took the in returning markets, the enforced idle- horses for half what you ewe him for ness and the wear and tear of live stock showing himself, and the rest can be and hauling machinery caused by peer sent te hiin at Montieelle.' of the cost might leads, that "It was the Inst trace we could find of be snved by an improvements of the him, and we walked 30 miles te town, expecting every minute te be shot at." readb. Crabtree's Farmer. Washington Star. THE CARE OF CATTLE. HE PROVED THE OMEN. Sunshine In Ktnblcs Is the Worst Enemy o, "CAP" NELSON. BOOK LOVER. Moenshiner Gets Fait of the Heward Witty Xetert eT a Priest te a Vulgar aad Ottered for Ills Capture. Ostentatious l'nrlihlencr. "Cap" Nelsen Is a moenshiner, wheec Concerning the celebrated Father stills in Clinten county, Ky., have Darcy, probably the greatest wit of never been found. The revenue officers that witty nation, Ireland, It la rehave endeavored for years te catch him, lated, says the Milwaukee Journal, that but the nearest they ever succeeded he once visited the palatial mansion was about two years age, the details of of a perfect specimen of the neuvenux e 5g. Seafaef Cannet be Cared ey local applications, as they cannot resch the diseased portion of the car. There la only eno way te euro Deaf noes, and that isbyron-tltatlenremedies. Deafness lscauscd by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you bave a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and thlstube restored te its nennal condition, hearing will riches who lived in the neighborhood of be destroyed forevcr; nlne ceses out of ten nothing but caused Dublin at the invitation of its pompous are inthunclby catarrh, which is mucous suran condition of the owner. lie was shown all ever the faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any house, his host taking great pains, as case of that is habitual In such cases, te keep the cannot Deafness (caused by catarrh) Cure. by Hall's Catarrh witty and observant prieBt well in- Send forbe cured free. circulars, irt F. J. Cucxcr & Ce., Teledo, Q, formed as te the cost of all the beautl (55"Sold by Druggists, 7."c. ful things he was shown. Finally, after 23 cents. making the complete tour of the Hall's Family lills, chateau, the library was reached, its Tnfn statesmanship is the art of rhang-i- t a better understanding oil is Inte what it tremendous shelves groaning under the ing a nation from what nature of the many p ought te be. W. H. Alger. leal ills, which vanish before nretr- weight of thousands upon thousands of volumes, resplendent in the most YELLOWSTONE PARK & COLORADO fert.s crontle efforts nleasantoffertiS rightly directed. There is comfort UA magnificent bindings. Here they seatthe knowledge, that se many fernwsfi I'erseniUly Conducted Tours. ed themselves, and the host said, with The Ilurlinrjtnn Jleute will run five per- siaicness are net uue te any aci.uai uirj a sigh of snobbish exultatien: case, but slmnlv te a oenstiDatcdeetMtVi tours during "Well, father, I have brought you sonally conducted Yellowstone the suminur tien of tlie system, which the pleaaistS te Colerado aud Park. The here last because this is my faveritj dates nre June l!3, July 7, July II, July !!1 family laxative, syrup ei i igs. preeapi room. The ether rooms' maybe give nnd July SJ. Write for Illustrated pamphlet ly removes. That is why it Is the only remedy with millions of families, andMsi pleasure te my wife and my daughters, of tlie Park and book of the tours. L. W. Wakelky, (leu. Pass. Agt., St. Leuis. everywhere esteemed se highly by att; but this Is my place right here among Te uvvn a respect for out selves guides who value geed health. Its beneilcml these books, who arc my friends. An J effects are due te the fact, that it Is tl these here en the desk (pointing te a our morals; ami te lmve a dclcrence ler one remedy which promotes intcraalj ethers gjv (.ms our manners. bterue.' g score of volumes), are cleanliness without debilitating tJKr s en which it acts. It Is tfrcrcfc'3 what T may call my intimate friends." The Klgnldcnnre of n Gray Overcoat Darey get up and examined Upen tlie tongue, yellowness of the sltin all important, in order te get its bene Father licial effects, te note when you pur-one of them, when a bread grin spread and eyeballs, nnusta und unenslni'ss genuine arti-- j the right ribs and shoulder blade, is d ever his face, as he said: that the victim of the-- e discomforts Is bil- chase, that you have the by tue Calw cle, which is manufactured "Well, it's glad I am te see that you ious. Tlie "proper caper' under such fernia Fig Syrup Ce. only and sold bj is te take Hostetter's Stomach "3 never cut your intimntc friends." druggists. Bitters, v.hii h also cure chills and fever, all reputableenjoyment of geed health,! If in the constipation, dyspepsia, ihcumutic and kid. and the system is regulur, laxatives eri FOR COUxNTJirS SAKE. uey complaints and nervousness. CVIHJ1M Gladness Come'; With ultra-lookin- th geed-nature- An Indian Fighter Suffers Agonies from DiGcase. lie Win In the Ilattle with the Apichcs When Uereuliun Wus Captured. Krciinsde net exhilarate, us se much with nfllif!td with nnv actual disease. ob their possesien as they torment us with mev be commended te the most skillf at! their Ies3 Gregery. nhvsieians. but if in need of a laxatives ether remedies nre men net nceaea. one should have the best, and with Fits stepped frce by Dr. Kline's Great everywhere, Syrup at erve Restorer. Ne fits after first duv'nus,e. Figs stands highest nnd is most largely! Marvelous cures. Treatise nnd il trial free. Dr. Kline, 'J31 Arch St., Philn., Pa. used and givcsniestgencral satisfaction well-informe- d thj hot-tl- e two-thir- t'sliee," by which the blade may be raised or lowered, the iron should be made wider than elsewhere se that the shoes will net readily sink into the soil. Lowering or raisi.ng the handle will laihe or lower the blade, which should hriVe a sharp edge te slide easily under the surface of the ground. Mnny cultivators de net fully realize the immense advantage of keeping the ground in a loose condition. In this way numberless weeds are destroyed, and of mere importance perhaps than nil, the loose fceil lets In the air and sunshine, which are of the highest importance in plant growth. In lipid crops recourse must be had te n horse cultivator, but in the cuse of a gulden the scuflic hoc that is here figured will serve very effectively. Orange Judd Farmer. Vlcld of Clieese front Milk. i v . ' "lwjga4'-wmlttytech- With ertlinnry milk the yield is nbeut pounds of cured cheese for each pound of butter fat in the milk. The per cent, of butter fat in different milks . very nenrly determines their relative vulticR for Prof. Van Slyke, of New Yerk, found by n scries of careful experiments that with milk ranging from 3.1 per cent, te 4.4 per cent, the amount te each pound of butter fat was 2.72 pounds of green cheese or 2.5 pounds cured five weeks. It was found that 5 per cent, milk made but 2.1 pounds of cured cheese for each pound of butter fat, but the better quality of the cheese from the richer milk was thought te compensate for the slight difference in quality. It will be that 100 pounds of 4 per cent, milk made ten pounds of cheese and 100 pounds of 5 per cent, milk made 12 jieunds of cheese. Te Prevent l'otute Kcub. Take 2 ounces corrosive sublimate te each 15 gallons of water, using an parthen dish. Dissolve the poison in a small amount of water, using nn earthenware dish. It will dissolve faster if powdered. Add thin solution te the remainder of the water in a wooden cask or barrel. If only a few potatoes are treated, a gins? or enrthenwenr vessel tuny be m.etl, but n vessel of iron, tin or copper should ne7erbe taken. Let the potatoes remain in the solution Va hours. Tiike out the potatoes and put in another let. The same solution may be used ever and ever. In replenishing use the original strength nnd de net pour in pure water. Cut the potatoes when convenient nnd plnnt as usual. Corrosive sublimate is a deadly poison and must be used with caution. Farm and Heme. Chenp Fnrm Water TunV. Te make u cheap water tank, teko three or mera Iren hoeped barrel; saw each barrel liu two above the center, with the exception of one, which must be about four Inches higher than the tent. New fasten them all te u wide plunk with a 2x I, notched and belted en tHch side te solidify them. Pemp Inte the hlgliwt one, and us they are connected with each ether by a short piece hi pip, they will all All eqwilly, It vlt!l jnaka than better' te ,t them ,r Bt'v?'. rVA'iV.WVfej. 1' tfJtJ' S.5 cheese-making. -- manure. This hns been the chief aim, and convenience in feeding and the comfort of the cows has toe often been lest sight of. It is well enough te get the manure out of the stable with as little work as possible, but it would be mere profitable if better care was taken of it than is usually the case. Owing te the location of some stables it is impossible te get much sunlight in them, but hi the greater number of barns, where the cows stand in a row next te the side, It would be an easy mntter te put in a few windows. One window for every two cows should be the rule, and they may be swung open te threw the manure out of them if necessary. If the sun can shine directly en the cows se much the better. Prac tical Dairyman. Stever lu ii rrolltnble 1'oecl. Cern has been se long grown just for its grain that it is hard te realize that of its value lies in the stever which is toe often left standing in the field. If we expect te find this about as valuable as timothy hay we must give it the same enre, otherwise it will become dry and unpalatable, and there w ill be a great less of material. Seme peojile deny this, but they are the ones who find that stock will net eat the dried, weedy, weather-beatestuff. Ilenee they denounce corn fodder as an unprofitable feed. Yet these same people would net leek for much value in hay which had been subjected te a similar course of neglect. N. Y. World. one-half of Tuberculosis. The worst enemy of tuberculosis is sunshine, and the average cow stable is nn ideal place for the spread of this disease because it lacks the means of letting in the light. Probably nine-tenth- s of the stables have been constructed with a view te the easy handling of the ! A Sailor's Superstitious l'redlrtlen lowed by Ills Own Death. ret. n Intluenee of Foed en 3111k. side the dairy. There needs cattle breeding specially for dairying, and mero euro is required in feeding; in this last connection a leaf might well be taken out of the book of the Channel Jslaud dairy farmers. Ilural World. Heets of Transplanted l'luuti. The roots of transplanted plants need Oue of the miracles of science is gun in all dairy appliunces and concotton. is trivances, but there is sometimes great common It obtained by subjecting the everyday cotton of commerce carelessness or Ignorance displayed out- te the action of nitric-acid- , but by the ter-ilbl- That the feed and water dairy cows take have direct Influence en milk and butter there is no doubt, and I am of the opinion thnt mnny cases of bad butter ure attributed te the mismanagement of the dairymaid that ought te be put down te bad management in the cow sheds. We ure new pretty well te "Spenking of sailors' superstition?," lemerked the veteran lighthouse keeper, Jehn Itecvcs, of Sea Isle City, recently, "reminds me of an incident thnt happened half a century age off the Five Fathom Hank lightship, in which a sailor's prediction, based en an omen, resulted fatally te Ihe prophet himself. "A bright winter morning had caused the crew of the lightship te row ashert distance away in a smnll beat in search of codfish, which nre very abundant off the capes in w inter lime. A few hours' fishing resulted in a goodly catch, and a leturn vvns made te the lightship. The fish were cleaned and the refuse thrown overboard, but a calm sea, with net a breath of air te disturb it, caused the refuse te drift in a circle around the ship. Toward neon a large fieek of gee.se came in sight and settled under the lightship's very bows and commenced te feed. The waterfowl became very tame and swam, chattering and hissing, close te the ship's sides. "Jesh CrevveU, a grizzled old member of the crew, shook' his head and predicted death te some one en beard in 24 hours. He said that whenever geese became se tame as te feed around a vessel's bow or stem it was an unfailing omen of Impending death en beard. Crew ell's companions laughed nt his fear, but he told them te bide their time. "Toward neon a strong gale cine out e the nor east and kicked up a heavy sea. Crew ell was en the forward or bow watch. "Mnny of the crew were in tlie main cabin below enjoying n social game of euchre, checkers or dominos, when suddenly they heard the sound of n chain running rapidly through the starboard bow scuppers. We rushed en deck In dismay, thinking the windlass genrlng had given nvvny. The sight witnesicd will never be forgotten. Crewell had Vten caught in the relief chain and wound nrpund the rapidly revolving windlass. His death was instant. His omen came true." Philadelphia World. A Mtrutie of .Science. A snxipxen, well couched, takes both the Frem the Prf, Xew Teri; City. The many imitations of. . sense and the Feltham. Wern with the exposure of nrniy life en Roetbeer simplyj tlie frontier, and poisoned by the continual I am entirely cured of hemorrhage luugs drinking of alkali water, Jeseph Flcgauf by Pise's Cure for Consumption. of point to its excellence tlieii Louisa Bethany, Me., Jan. S, "Jt. returned te Philadelphia eight years age, genuine article proves it. broken down in health and unable te de VinTcn itseir offends when coupled with any work. Mule culj tr Tbt ("h,tlc V llirn Cn., PhlhiltlpM. A 2ic .cl&ee make u (aUebf . &vtdfcr;br. He had served five years with the Ninth forbidding manners. Bishop Middlcten. United States Infantry in many a desperate fight with the Indians in Arizona and ether 3000000000000COOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOOOOC frontier States nnd Vad wen an enviable In the fierce conflict when Gcron-lmrecord. the famous chief of tlie Apaches, was captured, Mr. Flcgauf was among the brave T TAPfift OTT DOES NOT "FOOL 'R0DHD"; sehller-- i who, forgetful of evervthlng but UlLrjj GOES STRAIGHT TO dutv, charged upon the hostile Indians. Life en the plains sent te an untimelv WORK ON PAIN AND DRIVES IT OUT AND "SHOTS death many soldiers who werencver touched IT OFF" FROM RETURNING. THAT'S BUSINESS.: by n redskin's bullet or nrrew, and Mr. FlcUUUOUOOOOCHXJOOOCM30000000000000C gauf came near such a fate ns that. A long time befero his time was out he was taken seriously ill, but lie stuck te Ills pest until H un honorable discharge was finally given te him. ry When he reached Philadelphia, the Iudinn fighter was scarcely mere than skin and IT bones, nnd for tlirce weeks lie lay desperately 111 in a hospital. He felt dizzy, and his ID stomach felt as it it had dried up. These symptoms were accompanied by bloody m dysentery, which no medicine seemed te relieve. After two years of suffering. Mr. Flcgauf ir came te New Yerk and was treated by several phvMcians. These did net nerco,"semo calling tits uieae catarrh or tlie stomach, LU and ethers chronic diarrlupa. In speaking te a report r about his illness Mr. Flcgauf said the doctors helped him, but, with nil the money he spent for advic3 and medicine, he was able te walk only a small part of the time. Since meviug te his present home, Ne SI 7 West Terty-sec-- 1 end Street, in Xew Yerk, nbeut a year ace. Mr. Flcgauf has been se ill thnt his veico and heating almost left him. Theu all medicines fulled, nnd the sielz man had Httle bone of recovery. At this critical time Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pole People were recommended te Mr. Flcgauf, nnd, almost a a lust hope, he began taking thorn. "The beneficial effect of the medieine was m felt ut once," Mr. Flcgauf told tlie reporter, u I had taken a box I begaa te "and before eat with relish. Three boxes made me se fK much better that I began work nnd have b"en able te keep nt it since, for live months.'' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People ril nre net n patent medicine in the sense that fl name implies. They were first compounded W prescription and used as such in genn3.i eral practice by nn eminent physician. Se grc.it vvns their cfllcacv that it was deemed R 151 wise te place them within the reach of nil. a Goed Thing. Push it Along." Thev nre new manufactured by the Dr. Williams' Medieine Company, Schenectady, 1 N. Y., nnd are sold la boxes (never In loose form by the dozen or hundred, and the pubim lic are cautioned ngninst numerous imitations sold in this shape) at.Vj centsa box.er I six hoses for .vJ.W), and may be had of nil druggNts or direct by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, i under-standing- HIRES Lin-uama- e, yJl,jn.jJUO "Ie Ioelin..9 LHStensteinlBSg itiSiBS jgispajggfrrgiiji u u "It's Tun Rnvses of Ir. "Is yet.r daughter geiug into the country for her health I' "Oh, no. Purely ler art. She wishes te become bresml." Detroit rrcoPie-s- . HtUT expands and cold contracts; but there r.re exceptions. Ceal and gas bids ii fci'c irger hi winter then In summer- .1 i H H u ny Herald. PLUG Why buy a newspaper unless you can profit by the expense? Fer 5 cents you can get almost as much "BATTLE AX" as you can of ether high grade brands for JO cents Here's news that will repay you ter the cost of your newspaper y. te-da- J iharuarenIHchtSi" .. :.Trrrr.7rr..... l"""" w elder careful attention. Toe much moisture and toe much dryness must be equally avoided. It is well known thnt sonic plants Buffe.r if their roots arc allowed te get dry. Hut we have known of ceses when the utteinpts te prevent toe muehidrylng out resulted in toe much moisture being administered. A let e f. strawberry plants were kept In water for several daya, and wheu planted proved a failure, for the reason that the roots had hsn aarletialy affead.hj tkt lwf SMMM.---yara- W k.'l . ;i il a, a . 4i &i& - SavWwr! chemical union of the two substanei a third is produced, eue of the most known te science. Ordinarily it does net at first differ greatly in from the cotton befero being chemically treated, but he who relies toe much upon its innocent leeks is liable te be setely deceived. There are several varieties of it: un exnleshe of Jilgh power, a less explosive kind and nn Inllnmmnble vnriety used in the arts under the name of colledion. Vurleui materials nre employed in the manufacture of the three, but the basis of each is cotton, nitric and sulphuria acids. Chicagc Chronicle. Power exercised with violence ha seldom been of long duraties. bul tamper and moderation genwally pre ape IB ail Ffrmanne T. t.AAa'.v e , . . . v jrt .v. i . ?, '4 ' j.'ii.rv ... jum. Y m milkmnn who is fairly geed looking will' de mero te keep ir a the giiis tidy around their kilcheu weik than a denu jards of advice Atchison Glebe. n I r r i r I1 CABLED Hew II n FeunkTiikm. Jimmy, the Cen are you finding things these hard "Hew FIELDS timesl" Mike, the Perehelimbcr-"En8- y. I3eeu usln' de X ray." Indianapolis JourPICKET AND HOQl nal. I When' n young girl is 10 the eligibility of FENCE. a young man depends a geed deal ou what sort of a tnustuche ha has. When she is 'M Alse CABLED POULTRY, CiARDEN AND RABBIT FENCE.-"- ! bIie is lllccly te think mero about his bank We manufacture a complcte line of Smeeth 'VVIre FcnciDR nml cuarantoe every ftrtli,W1 ucceunt, Somervifle Journal. ns represented, ask year ucaicr 10 snow you mis r eace. (j? mialvuuu tkek. .3LHH trv- a v r., Mucu slgnlflcance is naturally attached te tt-- 5s JL ST x3 tlie confession of a woman thnt she litis purchased a brick of glittering brass. The A SHINING EXAMPLE el what ludhtr STRUGGLE fcr I incident shows the proud upwunl inarch of the sex te thnt plnne en which man is sup- - may be accomplished by never varyIbblla IttMEO kj B. S. MIU1TUV a CO., iiescd te stand, superior and enviable. San ing devotion ie a single purpose is Examiner. hiMtsnt nnillU ind WHISKY a. neLU, j rr.tt. br, . It is net the uproper thing te any that a se&n m the history of the McCormick UrIUM man will ninke geed husband. It is the Harvesting Machine Ce., Chicago. who who nialies the geed husband. Tlie A. N. K. E. bad ones only ure the article Fer 65 years they have simply been Bosten Transcript. WHEN WK1T1.VO TS ABTKSTMMM mabuilding grain and grass-cuttin- g Ulv that T WW & Hiroex "Laynen is the laziest man I chinery, and while there are probably knew." Juggles "Is that sol" llipsoe 'Yes. Why, that man won't even carry forty manufacturers in this line, it is Ure iusurauce." Philadelphia North Amen safe te say that the McCormick lean. of all "Docter," said the auxlouaasietfew, "Wil- Company builds one-thir- d lie can hardly aftaak above a wWmw. the binders, reapers and mowers used "Indeed! Mas 1m takn cold, or dkJ-h- a k tlirouglieut the entire world, te Uw Ml guabWMM&ftaa fttar. Having: an unmarried Neveii ppend ye.tr meuey bofero you have It. Themas Jeffersen. Tnt'Ttt is the root, but hCman sympathy Is the lievver of practical life Chaplu. . .! Ill Tun soul and spirit that animates and keeps up society is mutual trust. Seuth. Tnc tear down childhood's check that flews Is llke the dewdrop en the rose, when next the summer hrccze comes by ncd waves the hush, the (lower Is dry. Scott. i m n list nnnnnn -- 1 rSOgfHSSe&ie!!siila STEEL WEB I r fence! JL-J- IVnJUD llHk.T"E Al - r V--- nilPA clf-ma- j ".k . .' t A Sr . J..X. . .. 4 . ik ' 'sZW. V' :; 'iivnv ' Tj V ""I blu-JMdil'c- O, MAYSVILLE'S CHURCHES WHERE RELIGIOUS EXERCISES WILL RE IIELO SVXDAY. Mall KENTUCKY NEWS. AN INCREASE' In the Number of Business Failures in the United States. . . - ... II. ALiuiuuti te mauuiacturu cxciiuinuubiii Out of Government Roperts. Cotten For-tunat- Dr. W. S. YAZELL, Physician and Surgeon. N08TAVsvi?L?8,-'Hour.??eI g DAILY XXCKPT SUNDAY. Xh iAtest News Vrem All Tarta of tba Cotninetiirealth. Meney UZSaving One efthcl "'eSija'ssMMBI' V ' & THOAEAS A.DAVIS, HDTTOR AND OWNKR. FIRE IN PRISON. rddyvllle renltcntlnry tVorkiliep llurned Nearly Seven Hundred Aildltlunal Convicts Idle. EDUYVtt.LK, Ky., May 10. Flre with- These times isiauite an occupation.;, ; i maaafrtrmJPvMU Zvigtr Building ite.10 WtHTlVM Third Htrttt. ZV. ; : ... gWMCXIPTIONS-I- N .......... MewHis) TT. V'MtM Meat- -s BXLIVJCBXD ................. . 1 75 BY OASSIXS. ..... AD VASCS, of month. 00 BO Blssvfii''-wri,TVvCvwi5ass- JCfcar5SPIWssi . Parable te carrier at end tfa ,. -- .....,, Cents TO ADVERTISERS. '. .steJmJkiHp rate t.n(em and reoien- nlfe mkJ ada Jtnewn en ajyjJicarten at KM pm. kept confined te their cells. The flre started from unknown eri gin In the boiler room of the Southern Shoe company, nnd quickly spread te ether near-bbuildings. The biff brick building' occupied by the Southern Shoe company, nnd valued at 0 y S10,-00- in the walls of the branch penitentiary caused a less of 8100,000 te the various Shoe Industries in which the convicts nre Hoet andof the Manufacture the Most Chief Industries Textile employed. DeThe main prison building Mill Net Yet UalnlnR-Actl- ve was net burned and the convicts were mand for Certain Cotten Goods. "BIG FOUR" ROUTE. BK8T LINE TO AND mOM Heat Rules mm j al- e ways trade with Te fellow is te ' . ;wl -- "'V8I $$ CHICAGO. Vcstlbule Trains with fluffet l'arler Curs, elegant Coaches, Dining Curs, Wafruer Sleeping Curs niul latest Imprevod Prlvate Coineartmont Uuffct Slecnlmr Cars, mnitnl- ncently furnished with toilet accessories In each compartment, llcst termlnal station. Solid TRAXEL. WHITE, JUDD -- Are still In th- s- Saeeeribers who fall te set Jbeaeer reruiariy wm V. eemfer a favor by reporting ft, the Sect AT XHK OFFIOK. xe WE'RE FOR AMERICAAMERICANS ! and Churth Clerk are. total en the Southern Shoe company's courteeutlu invited te rend in stock and machinery, estimated nt $50,-00notice of anu Chang in the at their Churches, nmi te me mum anu pencil tuuject iijkiu uincn me txu-te- r The flames spread le and destroyed tc (II yrcach. building, machinery nnd part of tnsurc aU nlfrm nil matter for this col- the tSTTe umn theuhl be sent in nut later than 3 o'clock the stock of the Southern II room Ce., Friday afternoon. causing S10.000 less, nnd nlse damaged HMteri! ter-rte- ts was destroyed. The less was also 0. the Eddyville Wagen Material Ce. 810,-00- 0. BRADLEY! FIKST VltESUYTEIUAN CHUnClI. Rev. J. S. Hays, D.D., Paster. HnyeweDd Scmlnnrr. Sunilnr-schoe- l 0:39 n. m. SnbbRtti-sclioe- l In the Gcrmnn Mission Church at S:3Up. in. Westminster 8. C. E. 0:15 p. m. Thursday at 7:30 Weekly 1'rayer-tneetinp. hi. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Hcstdonce CENTRAL l'KESBYTEIUAN CHUlICIf. Itev. ir. O. Cochrane, Paster. The flre will put 0S0 idle convicts en the hands of the already overburdened commissioners of the sinking fund. About half of the 1,200 prisoners at Frankfort are already idle, while the ether half may be out of employment within a few days. ANGRY COW Kills a Child and Then Fiercely Attncks the Mether. Ne. 320 Market street. itcsldcnce Hendeksen, Ky., May 10. Mary, the Sunday-schoo- l 9:30 a. m. d daughter of Dr. George Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 p. in. Wednesday at 7:30 Watsen, living near Anthoston, ramWeekly p. in. bled into an inclosure where a Durham Prencblns nt 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. cow and young calf were confined, when the cow charged upon the child, eight-year-olPrayer-meeting1 CIICUCU OF TUB NATIVITY. Rev. D. D. Chapin, Recter. Ne. Si West Fourth street. ing instantaneous death. Sunday-schoo- l 0:30 a. in. Summoned by the child's scream, Preycr-meetlnFriday at 7 p. m. I.ituny, Sermon nnd Hely Communion at previous te the impnlcmcnt, Mrs. Wateon rushed te her rescue, when the in10:30 a. m. Evening Prnyer nt 7:30 Instcnd of 4 p. m. furiated animal gored her severely. Hesldence SCDDEN M. E. CHURCH. thrusting its sharp horns into the girl's body and tossing ber into the air, caus- The animal was finally benteu off by a farm hand. A Here of Lookout Mountain. Kentucky's Own Sen for President. . BRADLEY'S CURRENCY ' PLATFORM. !'l dm opposed te the free and unlimited coinage of titter, believing it would destroy all National prosperity. The geld dollar is the lest dollar, and am in favor of mak- ing every ether dollar equivalent te it in am the friend of silver, and value. it can be best protected by holding its Usue in such bounds as will insure its parity with geld as a circulating medium." W. O. BRADLEY. I I It continues te grew; and it will continue te grew until the people kick the present incompetent maladmlnlstra-tienist- a out of power and restore the essential features of the McKinley Bill. The shortage in Uncle Sam's Treasury for the first fourteen days in May is $4,552,600 39, for the (heal year $28,007,-70- 1 00 and for the Cleveland Administration $140,016,274 85. have Richmond, Ky., May 10. Capt Jehn Wilsen, known throughout Kentucky as the here of Lookout mountain, is critically ill at his home near Irvine, with cancer. He was captain of the famous Eighth Kentucky cavalry and was the first man te plant the flag en Lookout mountain in the noted battle M. E. CHUHCn, SOUTH. of 1S03. He is 75 years of erc. Rev. J. S Sims, Paster. Ne. 210 West Second street. Residence Will Test the Scnle of Prices. 0:15 a. in. Fkankfekt, Ky., May 10. Geerge G. Epwurlh LeuKUO 0:00 p. in. Fetter, state printing contractor, arThursday 7:00 p. m. Preaching at 10:30 u. in. and 7:30 p. in. rived from Louisville Friday morning, nnd with Attorney Shield is preparing an agreed case with commissioners te . M. E. CIIUHCH. test the lnw as te the scale of prices al0:15 a. m. l lowed him as printer. His big let ei Class Meeting 2 p. ra. printing claims have net been allowed Epworth I.eague 0:3 p. te. en that account. Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Itev. Jeseph Faber of Dellevue will preach Leng Drought Ilrekcn. both morning and evening ut the M. E. Lancaster, Ky., May 10. The Church. Ce me and hear him. and distressing drought of th past three weeks was broken here, e gentle shower having fallen. Oats and CHRISTIAN CIIUHCH. wheat have been damaged , PMter. Rev. the wheat in many sections heading at Hesldence a height of a little mere than 12 and 14 Junier Endeavor at K:45 a. m. 0:30 a. in. l inches. Sundny-schoPrayer-meetln- tt Sunday-schooPrnycr-meetln- ir cen-tinuc- Rev. X. O. Qrlzzle, Paster. Ne. 305 Car in el street. Hesldence Sunday-schoo- l 9.30 a. ra. CIhbs Meetlnir evfcry first and third Suniny Epworth LeHBtie every Friday and every ether Sunday nt 0 p. m. PrcHcblngr every second and fourth Sunday at 10:30 a. in. nnd 7:30 p. in. New Yekk, May 10. R. G. Dun & Ce. says Saturday: Failures for the week have been 224 In the United States, against 211 last year, and S3 in Canada, against 117 last year. It is new the mlddle of May, toe late for business te chnnge materially until the prospects of coming crops are assured and definite- shape has been given te the presidential contest by the conventions. Until the future is tnore clear there is a prudent disinclination te preduco much beyond orders or se order boyend immediate and certain need's. If this waiting spirit prevails two months longer, It will crowd into the last half of the year an enormous business if the outlook then is geed. Fer the present there is less business than a year age, though in some branches mere and the delay following months of depression is te many trying nnd causes numerous fnilures. An attempt was made te manufacture excitement in cotton out of the government report, but the price closed exnctly as It began, the week and the pert receipts have been actually larger than last year. All current arguments based en the assumption that the quantity used in manufacture has been or is new at n maximum rate are disproved by the closing of many mills for wnnt of demand, and the general effort te reduce wap;cs which have caused some strikes. The most fortunate of the chief industries at present is the beet and shoe manufacture, which is net only shipping te customers within six per cent, of the largest number of cases ever forwarded in the first half of May, but is getting many new orders, and there are many urgent requests te anticipate orders for June and July delivdistribuindicating ery that tion te consumers has outrun expectations. Prices are unchanged at the lowest avernge yet reached, but there is a rather rapid advance in hides at Chicago and leather begins to stiffen a little. The iron and steel Industry en the ether hand is pronounced as dull as it ever has been in its whole history at Pittsburgh, in part because of doubt about the maintenance of prices recently advanced and the demand is se small that in spite aver-ag- e of prices such advance 1.2 per cent, lower for the week. 00. 4 FUBNITUEE BUSINESS At He. 48 W. Second Street. bwsaMAjb ST. LtiUIS. Solid Vestibule Trains with rtuITet Parler Cars, Coaches and UlnlnK Cars nnd Wagner DuflVt Sleeping Cars, entering St. Leuis ever the new Merchants' U rid go, avoiding the VTsf6fl y &JW MONUMENTAL, STATUAitY AND CET-B- Y tunnel, WORK, AtarbU. BOSTON. The only through Sleeping Car line from Cincinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars. 108 In Qranlt and M. R. GILM0EE, NEW YORK. The "Southwestern Limited" Solid Vestl-hulc- d Trains. vlth Combination Library, Smoking Cars. Wagner Slceplng Cars, Elegant Couches and Dining Cars, landing passengers In New Yerk City at St root Depot. Positively no ferry transfer. He sure your tickets read via "Ulg Four." D U. Martin, Gcnernl Passenger and TIcket Agent, K O. McCormlek, l'nsecngcr Trallle Mannger, Cincinnati. O. lluf-fetan- d Forty-second W 8B00KD BTBXar, MAYBVILLE KY Frees teneBnlldlnr Werk, 8ldewlksAc.. t satisfactory prices. , C. D. 0UTTEN HAS THE AOENOT FOR The Champien Iren Ce., Kenten, 0. CAM TUnHlBH Iren Fencing of State National Ban I MAY8V1LLE, Any Creitingand Weather Blie or Style, Vanei, Vaiai and Settees for Iren Columns, Cemetery Ornam'ti, Hitching Pests. - m sa iT aM ," i , KY. AC HTVOK BVUPZUB OAI-I-l 91B0,tH 30.IW DO A QENKBAL BARKINO BUBINXSC ' r, Maysville tf Steam Laundry and BATH New Management. Estimates furnished nn work of any kind. S 0 B.PCAsea, Cashier. W.n.Cex, Jab. N. Kibk, Prcaldent. IZOOMS. Ne Acids Used. CHICAGO BELIEVES INSTANTLY P CURES PERMANENTLY L BLIND, BLEEDING, E ITCHING, R INTERNAL, EXTERNAL. I Satisfaction guaranteed. All work called for nnd Delivered. Het and Celd liatbs. Agents wanted. W. B. SCIIAEFFER & CO. Proprietors. 1 v if' v t I.H.M.I-.lH.lIllUCVnil Were Uilr-lkllln- L IUU Colored BpeU, Actes, Old Beres.l 1lTk In Menth, Ulcers Writs COOKI IRKMEDY CO.. 807 Masonic TempleJ ICMcnare, III., for croon or cure, vapi bum, saveywu. went cues curra iu ie Tarxwt, tJ rimple. 'Cenpei book ft-e- It F lle SS days. lOO-po- ce Sundny-schoe- Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 p. m. Prayer-meetlu- g Thursday 7 p. m. FIKST HAPTIST CIIUHCH. ' investigated the circumstances Hev. M. II. Adams of Lewlsburg will preach tinder which f 1,966 has been paid Judges at night. All are cordially Invited. pre tern, in the twenty-fourtJudicial ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. District, of which J. S. Patten is the Rev. Father A. T. Er.nls, Pas'er. Circuit Judge, all within the last ten Hesldence Ne. 304 Llmcstone street. Early Mass 7:30a. m. months. This amounts to within a few Children's Mans 0 a. m. High Mass 10:30 hundred dollars of the regular Judge's 8unda.i school ' a. m. p. m. salary, which has been paid regularly, Vespers nnd Ilenedlctlen 3 p. ra. and would seem to be enough te provide MlTCHELtS CiiArKt.. pre tern. Judges for every day Court has lite. Lcentdas Rohtnsen, Paster. been held in any county of the District. Hesldence Helena. h . Auditor Sam Stene, it is said, will ing or the Southern Baptist Convention. Rev. I. P. TrelUr, Paster. Ne. 125 West SccenJ street. Hesldence Sundav-schoe- l 0:15 a. m. Yeung People's Meeting 0:30 p. m. Prayer-meetinThursday 7:30 p. ra. Preaching at 10:30 a. ra and 7:30 p. in. At 10:30 a. m. the hour's worship will be given te an address with regard te the meetg Colonel Stene may be depended upon tax- - Bun'lBy-scho- te knew where the money of the ; payers gees. The spring trade is getting ripe. New's .the time te plant advertisements in The Lkdeeji. ii V Thursday at 7:00 p. m. Class Meeting Tursday at 7 p. m. Preaching llrst and third Sundays In ench month. The Church is open every Sunday evening, however, for worship. Prayer-meeting 2:30 p. m. Y. P. S.C. E. at 0:30 p. in. Flmt Philadelphia's City Hall cost $10,000,000 and stands second in expensivencss te the CI ait ft Steamboat Service lie- fircen Detroit and Cleveland, ami Cleveland, JPttt-ln- Jlaylantl Teledo, 'capltel at Albapy. Leave orders with James N. Lynch for l The Cincinnati rest. tee best afternoon W" daily in the Ohie Valley. fv rP)lA nnllftA nan ana nt flnltlmnra Wt Indicates a population of 625,240 persons, ef whom 125,048 are voter. i CedbuU jour interests by looking ever ike advertisements and see who have the t D. and C. Floating Palaces arc new between Detroit and Cleveland, and en May 1st will commence te run y and daily between Cleveland, Teledo. If you are traveling between the above points, take advantage of a water trip and save money. Spend your vacation en the Great Lakes. Send for illustrated pamphlet Address A. A. Scbantz. G P A , Detroit. Mich. Put-in-Ba- www iej w nviiifie j j4t, iuiuiii Five hundred bushels of potatoes were THE "TWIN COMET1 void at Sheriff's sale in Kent county, AND "LITTLE QIANT" Mleli., recently for eno cent a bushel, &..? The advertising columns of The Led-'sb- r speak for themselves. They show that pjeple who knew hew te advertise , i'kH also where te advertise. hi Mr. O. P. Davis, a prominent livery- Mjkt hmb nnu mviuunui ui uuciicu, i u., uus . . .. Ihla i eajr uu iuu mill InAt f9 .finitin.ll.tM mniu a n n eutrjvi ui iucuuiaijemi. "I take pleasure in recemmendig Cham berialn's Pain Balm for rheumatism, as I ,L Itatew fresa personal experience that It ; : vm mi an luai ie cimmeu lur n. a. year this spring my brother was laid up frviftj. bd witk inflammatory rheumatism m ' $ptinklef$! ZU Best made. Unlijue, Efficient and Laber Saving. Will sprinkle four times greater area than any ether Sprinklers made. Highest award at llie Chicago Exposition. Can be seen In operation at the rosldence of the Editor or The Lkdekii. SEND FOR CIRCULARS, AND PRICES. Eaum se JP"1 BrVINRTESTIMIKIALS KQ WW-V"- 4 sjpftee w 1B ! MM tbtt i vueriiii . Tr JHB HIBt lJJI4- s raiH Him eamu MM M MM MHtM OA- JstiM. Miratm try J, jmim imPO-Bl- Jl E. STEBBINS MFG. CO. Sfle MHufnMnrrt, SPRINGFIELD, pjWV WPWiWWwwll MASS. MHwV JVPk, ?. Iketiiit. .. .. . j.j' l,K WWf i irt Textile mills are net yet gaining. BUCKEYE Enormous bargain sales of cotton dress D D goods and of ready-madwoolen clothCHICAGO REMEDY CO., ing have hindered orders at any price which the mills can afford te take, Y 194 Randelph St., Chicago, Y CURES NOTHING BUT PILES .( and must have partly supplied the needs of consumers. Fer some cotSURE and CERTAJPt CURE ton goods a mero active demand known for 10 years as the appears and low grade bleached arc an BEST REMEDY for PILES. FOU SALE, WHOLESALE AND HETA1L, BY An Dreps Dead. eighth higher, but Lonsdale and Fruit IIOPKINSVH.I.E, Ky., May 1C Ilichard of Leom 4 by 4 goods are cut te 0 and AL.I. DRVGOISTS. sein J JAUI23 WOOD, CO.. CT. LOOTS. PmiMltrSKBAKISantSD Caldwell, a former convict pardoned sold stocks of many kinds are heavy. MAYSril.LK, KY.. by Gov. IJradley en account of bad THE MEMPHIS SHOOT. health, dropped dead as he was alightAI&K OAD TIM1JTABI.EH. ing from the train nt Graccy. Caldwell A Sensational Score Made by J. A. It. ElliCINCINNATI DIVISION OIIESAI'KAKI. Ml UIIK was sent up for three years for maliMAYBV1LLC D1VI6IOM. ott, of Kansas City, Me. no. 18.10 us a. m. Xeuthbuwul, cious cutting. He was 25 years old. 10. Friday Memphis, Tenn., May 38 D. Ne I Ixjavef Mavsville mi p. tu.t Ettst Ne. lb was final day of inanimate target Toek the Revolver Ituute. . n . 6:63 a.m. for Paris, Lei Ne. AI...7 Ne. 1...10 46 p. ni sheeting of the Memphis Gun club's lngten.Cluciunatl.ltich Danville, Ky., May 10. Dudley mend, Stanford, Liv young tournament The weather was perfect Peyton, aged 18, a Ne. 1..J:30 xu.t Mlddlesboreugh, Cumboriane Ne. l....H:10a. . ingsten, Jelllce, Saturflay of Mereland Station, placed a and high scores were made. man NR0UTi West Ne.n..8Ma.ni. Qap, Frankfort. Louisville and points en N. Ne. S....4'iOp, in, N. and M. V Eastern Division. pistol te his head nnd pulled the trig- the live bird handicap will conclude Ne. 15...S:15 p. m.t Leaves Maysville at 1:30 p. m.fer Paris, On ger, killing himself almost instantly. the sheet. Director Elmer E. Shaner ' Dally. Dally except Sunday. K. Y. V. elnnatl. Lexington, Winchester, Klohmend Se far as could be learned he had no disqualified J. P. Easten, of Monree-vill- Limltei Ne. 2 arrives at Washington 6:t0 a. m and points en N.N. and M. V.. Eastern Dlvis O., after the first event en nnt.lMn.A fl.nC n . tu., nkllnn)Kl.ln iu.mJ n. Ul., Ien. iiuuiuuiD D.w ruunuuilJulll tfliOf reason for the act Northbound. New Yerk 13:63 p. V. Limited Ne. 3 of dropping for arrives at Clnelnnatlm. F. K.p. m. the charge at 6:60 Arrlve at Maysville at 9:45 a. m. ana 8;2 Still Lives. third money, which Easten ndmltted. Washington Express Ne. 4 arrives at Wash- p.m. Manchester, Ky., May 10. Eli The ington 3:60 p. .. New Yerk 9:06 p. m. CincinAll trains daily except Sunday. score was Hewling did net bhoet and kill his A. R.sensational of Kansas made by J. nati Fast Line Ne. 1 arrives at Cincinnati at City, who ":05 a. m. Elliett, brother Hewell in this c eunty Satur- broke 102 out of 105. Terry WoodVAKDEKDILT8YBTKM. Fullmau Bleeping Car Service te Klohmend day, as was reported. The brother is by trains and 4. ward, of Massachusetts, again was a Jd Old Point ComfertCinclnnattl3 for all points Dlroet yet alive, but is expected te die. Eli high man, breaking 100 out of 105. West andconnection a'. OLKVELAND, Seuth. has been arrested and was locked up Hella Hcikes, of Dayton, O., continued CINCINNATI, Nes. 1, 2, 3 and 4 de net step botweon Ky. here. CHICAGO and the geed form shown Thursday, and Trains IS, 10, 17, 18, 19 and SO step at the St. ST, LOUIS Hill Steers' Case. Charles Ilotel for passengers. 105. F. I'armelee, of scored 157 out of RAILWAY. Information and rate te all points, Pauis, Ky., May 10. The case of 15111 Omaha, broke 101 out of 105, finishing Fer fullWest apply te THOMAS A.OAUKI-OANSteers, late of Covington, who killed next te Elliett The ether shooters Kastand Southeastern Passenger Agent, HuntTicket etfleun, fl.W. corner Fourth and Vine, ington, W. Va. Jack Alexander in this city Tuesday, finished with hijrh averages. and Centra! Union Station, Third and Central avenue, Clnelnnatl. was called for examining trial Friday CLEVELAND DIVISION. The American I'retectlve Association. morning, and continued till Thursday. Hast and Northeast. KENTUCKY Washington, May 10. At Friday Only line running through cars Inte New Steers' mother and sister are with him. Yerk City without fcrrlage or transfer, landmorning's session of the A. P. A. the MIDLAND RAILWAY. ing passengers In theonly through Station, Ilace Herse Dreps Dead. Orand Central of the car line te street: Louisville, Ky., May 10. Hamlin's reporteducation committee en agitation DKTWKEN Hosten, and only line running solid trains te was adopted. It exand Nightingale dropped dead at the course Cleveland, and 47 miles shortest. FRANKFORT, Exeept Sunday, t Sunday only. d Dally. of the Louisville Fair and Driving as- pressed the committee's belief that GEORGETOWN, Through Train. agitation without education was dansociation while being jogged Friday CARLISLE, morning. Her value was ever S10,000. gerous and that n bureau ought te be Arrive. established for disseminating informaMAYSVILLE. N. Y. and Ilos.Beuth-wester- Leave, Ilrakeman Crushed te. Death. tion. It also recommended that the Ves. Llm.... d :00 p.m. dl0:66 a.m. Head Up. Des. and N. Y. Express d9:00 a.m. dt:65 p.m. Hei'KUfBViLLE, Ky., May 10. M. L. Junier A. P. A. be placed under the Utad Down via pahib and k. e. Mi U 12:15 6:15 and ues. Andersen, a freight brakeman en the control of the Women's A. P. A., and Afl:55 P4:05 Lt... Frankfort.. ..Ar AM P II Clev., N. Y. and N. Y.., , d8 :46 p.m. d8:46 p.m. li:il6 p.m. a.m. Clev., Uuff. Louisville and Nashville railroad, fell presented nn opinion that all property 7:65 6:01 " .. Georgetown.. " 10:40 6:46 Celum. and Springfield a:15 p.m. a.m. 8:3J 6:39 Ar Lv 9:60 4:35 Columbus Accommeda. (16:15 a.m. d9:65 p.m. Paris from his train near this city Friday in the United States, except that own.... 6:65 Lv Paris Ar 7:47 8:80 Day. and Springfield... d4 :15 p.m. 2:10 p.m. morning and was crushed te death. 7:60 a.m. ....I 8:a "....Maysvllle.... " 6:62 1:30 Middletown d8:05p.m. ed by national, state and municipal governments, ought te be taxed. COLUHUUa AND BANDUSKV. Death of Hear Admiral Stevens. ('.. S. and C. Railroad. Fermerlu Frotectlen and Jllnietalllsm. Washington, May 10. Henr Adm. Bail With Deltjht Sandusky,. dStlUp.m. d2:10 a.m. Sueriuan, Wye., May 10. The platThemas II. Stevens, U. S. N.. retired, nerAL 7:30 a.m. d9:66 a.m. Sandusky. died Friday morning at the residence form adopted Friday by the Wyoming BLUB CIIIUAUO DIVISION. of his daughter, Mrs. Kebert liradley, republican convention declares for proFLYKH. West, North and Nerthxcett. Ileckville, Md. Adm. Stevens was born tection and bimetallism. The deleSolid Vestlbuled Trains, Dining Cars, Wagner Nine and S.-Compartment and Standard Sleephours from Cincin gates are instructed for McKinley. at Middletown, Ct, in 1810, and entered ers and Parler Cars. the navy as a midshipman December Their names and addresses are: Jehn Four daily trains. Only nati te St. Leuis. ' fndtminpeH. lAifayttU and Chietige. line running solid 14, 1830. He was retired in 1881 under C. Davis, Rawlins; B. II. liroeks.Casher; trains botweon Clnelnnatl and St. Leuis with fl:01 a.m. Chicago Train the 62 year act. Fer some months he Ilenjamin E. Fowler, Cheyenne; Clar- Pullman Vcstlbuled Sleeping Cars. Allolasse d8:16 a.m, dS:81 a.m. expreee Arrlve at the no w pas' of passengers earrted en 12:30 p.m. d7:99 a.m. ence C. 'Hamlin, Reck Springs; Otte trains. has been in rather feeble health. songer station, oetl d7:45 p.m. dll :10 a.m. Gramm, Laramie; Willis Van Devanter, Te Western Emigrant. It you are going oflStbstreot... d8:80p.m. dSslO p.m. Anether Hotly Found West, Northwest or Southwest, wrlte te J no F. llilOp.ra, Vicksiiure, Miss., May 10. Passen- Cheyenne. The delegates are instruct- McCarthy, Traveling Passenger Agent B. and McKinley. 3:00 p.m. 3:16 p.a. Indianapolis. (OHIO & MISSISSIPPI It gers by the Ancher liner, City of St. ed te vote as a unit for who will quote you lowest emlgrum ST. I.OD18 DIVISION. Leuis, which passed up nt 8 p, in., The Harry Wright Fund. en passengers, household goods, stock rates West. Seidh and Smthwst. movables te any point In the Philadelphia, May 10. A check re- and emigrant gt report that the body of another victim West, Nerthw Southwest. De net tug-beHarry Urewu ceived here Friday by the Harry any arrangemuuis Tfor your tleketa untilmake Peoria. Terre Haute d8:80 a.m. d7:40a.p3. of the you and was picked up Thursday night while Wright monument fund committce have written or oalled en him, for it will be te Terre Matteen ... f d7t46 p.m. d6i00p.. Ilaute and Mat., 12:40 p.m. 8:16 p.m. your interest, as rates via the u. ana u. going down. It is thought te be the from Jehn T. Urush for 8309, the pro- Hallway are as low as ia any ether route, MICIIIOAN niVIHlON. remains of George W. lleurdsley, the ceeds of the benefit game at ltockferd, The EtWwrt Line Formerly Cincinnati, Wet. 11. and O. la the shortest, nu c bash and MtrMean Rniheay. 111,, makes the total amount returned and ...... direct ..route' botween the East and stcersmnn. .... most Tfiiu nu HIU. uiiuuHa u, .iate yi .. A I.U A. IUU ncil. uikiii. te date for the fund 93,171. Murderer Fields Hunged. omnibus transfers. Trains arrive at and de- - Itush., Andersen, MaMay 10. Alfred C Fields, from Union Depots, and arrive In St. reon, Warsaw. Cedar art Chicago, Dupent Unseated. linn, giving passen euls In ad Hoaeh. Oeshen, Klk(colored), was hanged in the county Washinoten, May 10. 'Iho scnate gers going vanoe of ntberixjuis nrst oueioo.oi " hart. Henton Harber west or hi. jail at 12:27 o'clock Friday afternoon. voted yean 31, nays 30 that Mr. Du- - flouts for Western points. , 8:80 ajn, 6:00 p.m, and St. Jeseph.. OHIO MIHUlBBirri The II. and Judge Haker, Inte Friday morning, pent la net eutlllea le tlie vniMint nint ', HAniwAY.)ls known everywhere as the Kml. Andersen, Uusbvllle, . 8i80p.m, .. whBsh. 'lOiiaajiy granted a stay of proceedings in the -In" the senate from the htate of Dela- Kriend. . It does net nremlse anything . .. ... . ' Far full Inform itlen as te rates, apply. teease of Jeseph Wlndrath, who was te ware. All the populists voted with the It does net earry eik. write te ins unaer- - TtiOMAH A. OAKKIOAN. Seutheasirn Tttsd have hma hanged Friday for the mur Dunent except .Tenee', "'ofwVprRXI.ieefl.M.A enver Ajfat, HsttBrte, W, Va,, or D,,.l sf , I 04B4Hnati, O. Oeetral MAni IMt WWW ww I l Mt, t Carey a. Kirch (XevOi ; iter, cm Jmh wm etiiretl agalast '.t e A. AlEASE, 502 W. Ohie St., Chicago, M Says "After Buffering almost con- - M for 10 years I was cured in . two nights." t TABLER'SDIT OINTMENT nilfj P one-hal- f, i One Dellar A 1 ( V nt 'C, ic : '.jB f. well-know- n eO iir .15 fi J .. . i e, m .:- - I. T , ".' 7 . . -- m ''a'i ' Forty-secon- d n v.-a-e B.&0. W. one-ha- ll flrst-elas- s AIL-WA- d at I e.-- - . U.H.-W- ,, -. - i.- - - "&-$.- .. aw eHrt it hi. Dej-et- T ;$ A CYCYONK KTlie. - w ' & ;"V-.V- t . m:j V. m5 v W. Worst in the History of noon newspaper Friday printed the folWerth Texas Visits Sherman. lowing Btery: The llutchery" of Unarmed and Unprotected Cubans by the Hpaalah Troop. Philadelphia, May 10. An afterNe mero forcible ovidence of the I HORRIBLE STOHY. DYNAMITE Bombs Are Used by the Patriots in the Cuban War. They Are Thrown Inte the Spanish Columns Frem Mountain Heights. Mnny Spaniards Were Killed In n Iteccnt Ilnttle Spanish Volunteers Flre en the Women After ItefusInK te Fight Patriot rretcst Against Filibusters. CONDENSED NEWS Gathered Frem All Part of the Country by Telegraph. MltchelL Dexter St Ce., wholesale preduco dealers of Bosten, have assigned with liabilities probably in the butchery of unarmed nnd unprotected Killed and Prep- - Cubans by the Spanish troops could be . adduced than by advices received in crty urcatiy uamagea. this city Friday afternoon from Matan-zaCuba, which graphically depict the A Oaate of Bull Was In FregrMs flrand barbarous and inhuman means emta- Stand Destroyed nnd It Is llcllevert. ployed by the Spanish soldiers in their That Several l'layera In Kach Team war against the Cubans. The letter Were Killed. With Spectator!. was dated May 0, and reached this city through private sources, for the reason, Dknisen, Tex., May 10. The city of as cited in the communication, that all Sherman was vl<ed by the worst cy- letters that go via Havana pest otllce clone in the history of northern Texas are tampered with and frcquently de "about five o'clock Friday evening. The nefrrcach their destination. 'path of the destroyer was lBOyardswlde. The letter starts out with the statemen, It struck the city at the west end of Pest ment that 04 Oak creek nnd swept in a westerly di- women nnd children, were met by a rection for soveral blocks and then Spanish column under Cel. Aldca in spread and spent its ferco. The the town of Savanllla, nenr Mntanzas, o track of the cycleno Is a and fired upon by his orders. Twenty-seve- n sight, the dovnstatien being were killed Instnntly and the complete, houses, trees, fences, in fact rest fled Inte a cane field, which was everything in its pathway destroyed. set en flre by the troops nnd nil perThe less of Hfe will probably reach eno ished in the flames and the bodies were hundred with as many mero bruised left as feed for the buzzards. and wounded. The city hall and a vn- -' Anether case was then cited. It was L.4. cant stero room have been turned into that of two bodies of white men which temporary hospitals and 18 bruised, were found en the shores of Mntanzas mangled nnd mutilated bodies are bay. These bodies were lnshctr toawaiting Identification. At these two gether, and there was unmistakable places at this writing nearly every ovldence of having been killed by maheuso In Falrvlew addition has been chetes. The discovery of the bodies turned into a hospital. and great sensntien caused a Sherman, Tex., May 10. A tcrrifllc new the authorities are trycyclone struck .this city nt half past ing te make out that it was the four Friday afternoon, killing many ,work of the insurgents. The writer peeplo nnd doing great damage te points out that this Is ridiculous for property. The number of peeplo killed the reason that the insurgents are net :is net known, but It Is reported all the in possession of Mntanzas and that the way from 16 te 75. There Is much ex- men were political prisoners confined citement and great confusion, and It in San Severine castle, where assassin.will be morning befero a list of the ations of this kind are said to be carried killed and injured can be obtained. en almost nightly, and the bodies enst A gnme of ball between the San Aninto the bay have been found with toneo teams was in progress when thu weights attached te their feet. eyclone struck them. The grand stand ' FRIDAY'S GAMES. was destroyed and it is believed severnl players en caeh team were killed, to- The Winner Were Cleveland, St. Leuis, gether with many spectators. Chicago, Louisville nnd llonten. -u n k I 2 3 4 6 e 7 8 Denten, Tex., May 10. A cycleno Inntnus. 02300SOO - 10 14 2 struck the town of Qribble Springs, Clevelnnd eight miles north of Denten, Friday New Yerk..... Hntterlcs Wilsen and Dlake; Dehcny and afternoon. Four persons were killed FarrcL Umpire Lynch flve ethers se badly Injured they and 7 8 0 R It E 2 3 4 S Innlnc can net live. The property damnge is St. Leuis 54 2 l?; Washington great. Howe, Tex., May 10. Friday's terriUattcrlcs Ilreftcnsteln and McFarland; ble cycleno struck this town. The Mercer and McGuire. Umpire Kmsllc. H 12 3 4 5 4 7 8 -- 8 12 B path of the cycleno nt this point was a InnUlRS 3 quarter of a mile wide. Eight per- Chicago Baltimore... Insons were killed outright nnd many Uattcrlcs Friend and Kiltrcdi;a: McMahon jured. and ltobusen. Umpire Kcete. dead may number 70 or Later The Innlnijs. 12 3 4 5 8 7 8 9 n n c 80 and the Injured 100 mere. Death Louisville .... 05020020-992 3 10 3 I and desolation held sway Friday night Philadelphia. 2 Uattcrlcs Smith and Dexter; McGlll and ever a country of happy homes and pleasant firesides en which the sun Deyle. Umpire Weldinun. 8 7 8 2 S 4 5 it x -li Innings rose Friday morning. Every town and Pittsburgh... 1002 0 0 I 2 -6 13 0 hamlet in the path of the whirling llosten. 12 I -8 monster is in ruins, Its buildings and Uatterles Hawley and Sundcn; Nichols and their occupants tern te pieces and scat- and GanzeL Umpire Sheridan. tered ever the wide plain. Hev7 They Stnnd. At Home, Tex., eight persons were k .: W. L. PC. W. L. V Clubs killed nnd many injured. Four were Clubs. 8 lUltlmore'.. 13 9 591 I'lttsbursh 13 8 killea at Denten, and flve or six at Cleveland , 13 llroeklrn . 10 12 ,4bi :.& WHshlngt'n M 13 .4'U IloMen Grlbble Springs. At Justin SO houses Philadelphia 14 14 t nun... 9 15 .371 363 8 14 14 were blown down and W. I. Evans, of Chlciitte .Gib New Yerk. 5 19 ion . 9 ILeuNvllle.. Cellar, Tex., killed. Seventeen were CincinnatL.. 13 injured. Western League. At 12:30 ten bodies were brought in 3 5 0 7 8 -It Innings. It 1 from Wakefield farm, thrce miles Minneapolis.. 12 5 0 0 0 2 3 11 10 e 10 2 10 I town, five of whom Detroit southwest of the " were named Pierce. One of the bodies Hattcries Healv nnd Schrlrer; Frest and net identified is that of a lady, who Egan. Umpire McDonald. 10 K n is Innings... must have been blown a mile. One mile southwest of town a child was Mllwnulice. 2 5 found in a "tree. It is net known Ceiumbui. Nennemnkcr nnd Spears: Ueswcll Uatlurlrs came. whence It nnd Wilsen. Umpire devnu. ' '.I, ".: 8 8 In'lngs-..- .. 120 3 4 5 4 7 0 I -U 17 It0 hSi fev. A PROCLAMATION 0 8 0 0 8 St Prttll 1V. .n Iiieed te the Farmer nnd Peasantry of Grand Knpld. Uutterl'S Johnen nnd Spies Hewitt, Weyler. Cubi by Capt.-Ue- iany People Were.. ? - s, gruo-'sem- ''.. 9- 010300000483 1 20001020 ..00000000 222 10303100 014000020775 0000000 1 1 9- -11 After the battle of l'untn, Urava the patriots went te a fort near there and challenged the Spanish volunteers te come out from behind their intrenchments and fight, but the volunteers made no move. After the patriots had gene away the volunteers went te Punta Urava and llrcd en a crewu ei women una who were watching the burjilng town. A number of the women and small children were killed. In the district of Sanctl Splrltus, previnco of Santa Clara, all classes are going te the protection of the patriot army en ncceunt of the brutality of Gen. Pin, the commander of the Spanish forces in that district Cel. Segura's command was entrapped in an ambuscade at Santa Cruz en May 0, where the patriots had their noted platcre camp. The troops went forward until they came oppeslto lefty hills nnd inacccsslble heights, where the patriots had built a stronghold with intrenchments nnd earthworks. Here a bloody engagement occurred. In a moment the heights blazed with n sudden fire of musketry, and there was hurled down upon the heads of the troops a deadly shower of dynamite bombs and shells, which exploded in the ranks of the Spaniards. This sudden onslaught; threw the troops into a temporary panic. The artillery was thrown Inte confusion and was helpless. Many were killed. Madmd, May 10. The cabinet council dealt, according te persistent and reports, with a pretest from Spain te the United States en the subject of frequency and facility with which filibustering expeditions are openly organized in America and leave for Cuba. Sener Caneva declared that Weylcr has net up te the present moment asked for mero troops nor has he shown any intention of asking for them. It is well known, however, that the war office continues preparations for an expedition of 20,000 men te sail in September. Havana, May 10. cnu-dre- n r well-founde- d 1 O- 10003 1 0- I 4 9- 0-- 10000000 1 123460789 110012000 1081 020001000 9- S , K 1 - . 000000000074 I Wnl-te- ri unit II ivis. Umpire Snyder. Havana, May 10. Capt Gen. Wey-le- r Kansas fiiT. Mey 10 Ne gnme Frlilav has issued a proclamation ordering Kansas ity and Indianapolis ra'.a the farmers and peasantry during the , USED COAL OIL. next twenty days te transport te the towns in their vicinity all of the corn An explosion Fellows, In Wlilrli n Mether and ether gralnB stored upon their and Infant Wern Humeri te h Cinder farms. This order applies te the proAnether Child Dies n Few Hours Litter Four Other Persons Seriously Injurixl. vinces of Pinar del Hie, Havana and ffi Mntanzas. The military quartermasters are authorized by this order te purchase the grain sent te the towns by the farmers at the current price and if the grain is net required by the government, it will be stored for the account of Its owners. After the period of 20 days has elapsed, thu proclamation declares, any grain found upon farms in the provinces mentioned will be regarded as contraband of war, and will be seized nnd the owners thereof subjected te criminal proceedings. The rebel leader, Manuel Romere, was shot Friday morning at Cienfue- ges. A Deuble Tragedy, Ul-me- Hepkins, Ma, May 16. Charles whose wife is suing him for a divorce, had a conferenco with his wife and llalley Dawes and Ulysses Suther, the two latter trying te arrange a peaceful separation. Ulmer, who was Beth intoxicated, began sheeting. killed. Ulmer X Dawes and Suther wereheuso, and for fled te his brother's Verdict In Faver of Terrence V. Powderly. three hours kept constables at bay, but Philadelphia, May 10. A verdict finally surrendered. was rendered Friday in the common pleas court against James II. SoverA New Train Service. Ciiioaeo, May 10. The passenger de- eign, general master workman, and beard of partment of the Big Four railroad an- the general executive in favor Knights of Ter24 of Laber fer5M,225.73 nounced Friday that beginning May work.a new nnd luxurious train service rence V. Powderly, inaugurated from Cincinnati man, who claimed that amount for e would be due him for services ns mnster te Teledo and Detroit and return, via suit has the Ohie Central, Lake Shere and Big workman of the order. The succeedlines. There will be two trnins been pending Blnce Sovereign Four a day in each direction, eno morning ed Powderly as hend of the erdor. Mere Troop for Cuba In the. Fall. and eno evening. Madiuu, May 10. It was stated FriSnowstorm nt Denver. day that the military expedition that Denver, May 10. A snowstorm vis- will be dispatched te Cuba in Septemited this city Friday, nltheugh the ber will probably number 00,000 men weather Js net cold. The snow melted instead of the 20,000 first decided in the city almost as fast as it foil, but th' U rnmained soveral inches deep en the- upon, Ilussall Nominated for Governer. r plains. The farmers welcomed It beIUlkieh, N. a, May 10. At 1:30 cause they ueeded water for Irrigation. o'clock Saturday morning the republican state convention nominated D. L. Shet Hli Wife, Then Suicided. nuimin Mdv 11V Unliarfc 1! ltM. Ilusscll for governor. A lUther Drowned, wards, of Pittsburgh, nn empleye of Valparaiso, Ind., May 10. Willie the Pullman Palace Car Ce., committed M...,.leI,la in thin nltv Krld&v nlffht. after Thompson, aged eight years, of llebart, .. .. . . f'Mt sheeting '" W"u " tne tewpie. was drowned in Pep river. la diving , He struek ea a rek, breaking hU seek. 9MM. jsuwai'as may rwwvwr. r, er bnl-nuc- PiTTKiiuneii, Fa:, May 10. Through nn explosion at McDonald, Pa., Friday night, Mrs. James Cardamcre and iter infant child were burned te cinders, and another child about three years old died n few hours after the explosion. Mrs. J. Miller, Mrs. mother, nnd three chilfive te ranging from dren 13 years of age were seriously burned. Mr. Miller hud come te visit her daughter and the latter was preparing a meal for her. She was just pouring the oil in the stove when the explosion occurred. The heuso was speedily wrapped in fire. When it subsided no trace of the infant remained nnd Mrs. Cadnmere was almost completely consumed. Mrs. Miller was badly burned about the face and breast. It is feared that she will lese her sight The eldest child, a girl 18 years old, was roasted from the hips down. The ether children had burns distributed ever their bodies. All will probably survive. Car-dnmer- May 10. llishep Jas. president of the Forecast for Saturday. league, presided at the session Kentucky Washington, Mey general conference Generally fair: possibly la Ferthunderstorms of the Methodist local orFriday. Fraternal greetings were In extreme western portien: southeasterly dered sent from the conference te the winds. light te fresh southeasterly Fer general conference of the Methodist winds:Ohie Fair; northern portion. warmer In Protestant church, which met nt KanIndiana Fair: probably followed by Fei sas City Fridaj'. thrcntcnlng weather In the evening; southerly order of the day, the election of winds. The bishops, was taken up. THE MARKETS. Dr. Buckley, of New Yerk, asked unanimous consent that the presiding Cincinnati. May 15. officer might appoint one of the bishspring FLOUn Spring patent, (3l60&83: ops te offer up a brief prayer, or one fancy, K.15&&30: spring family, rZCOaaPJ; of any length, he stammered desper- winter patent, tau3.90; fancy, t&S03&4S; ately, as the delegates joined In a gen- family, liC5a0O: extra,t2.;02M; low grade, Jl.TMiiOO. rye, northwestern, t452.C0; de eral laugh at his expense. city, tiea A bullet for bishop .was taken. Wheat Ne. S red nominal at 68Q68KC. Cehn Sales: Ne. 2 mixed, track, Sic. vest cast are necessary of all the Oats Sales: Ne. te election. The first ballet resulted S wtilte, track, "3tfc. 2 mixed, track, 22c; Ne. as follews: Hogs Select butchers, 3.25&3.30; fair te Whole number of votes cast. 621; geed puckers, 13 nxS.; fair te geed light, necessary te choice, S48. At least 50 ?a 30 lib; common and roughs, t3.00&lli ceod shippers,- Cattl.e Fair candidates received votes. J. W. Ham- choice, f4.10a4.16;te geed to choice 83. 4021.00; butchers received 107; Earl Cranston 115; (3. 75 4.00; extra, 14.10. IB; fair te medium ilton U C. McCabe. 141; J. W. E. Uewen. butchers'. 13. &3.70; common, liaeaau Suxip and LiAuus Sheep Extras, 13.353 (colored), 147. The result of the vote was received 3.&0; geed te choice, t3.S53.S5; common te as, ti.10S4.lS; with great applause. Anether ballet fair, fioeain- 13.76 400; common te fair, geed te choice, was taken. J. B. Grew moved te ad 3.25(33.6; spring lambs, fl 0034. 75; extra, jeurn te 3 p. m. te receive the report of 15.00. light, Vial Calves the tellers. In the midst of much con- 5.00, extra, (5. i; Extra te geed large, u:53 common and $3.03 fusion Dr. Buckley intimated that 4.S.V prtces rule the tellers could net keep the Weel The market Is quiet and East ballet te themselves and moved easy, although receipts are net liberal. appearem mnrkets exhibit quite a depressed te amend by making 2:30 p. m. the ance: Tep qualities of unwashed M3 wool hour of meeting Instead of 3 p. m. Kev. quotable at 12ise per lb; curry ana ncece Dr. Leonnrd said it was disgraceful grown, 530a less. that the tellers could net be trusted te New Yenic, May 15. Wheat Ne. red May. a7i&!Ve; July, 08y de their duty. They had been tested Q60 September, C0K&69VO. and the conference must place SflJic; SepCern Ne, 2, May, S5V4e; In them. It was decided that tember, 37Hc: Ne S, UM330HO.July, Oats-N- e. the conference meet at 2:80 p. m. te re3 May. 4e; July, S4e; state, M 328e ; western, :5:8c ceive the result of the last ballet. Teledo. Q, May 15. a The second ballet resulted as folWheat Ne. 8 red cash and May, 68j; July, eows: C C. MiiCabe, 218; J. W. K. 4c; August,S 64Hc. July, JOKe. Bewen, colored, 175; Earl Cranston, Cehn Na mixed, 107; A. W. Hammend, 101. Conceded Oats Ne. t mixed, July, WJrfc. that C. C. McCabe will be elected, with Clevehseed Nothing doing. Chicago, May IS. a struggle between ethers. Third balCalls en July wheat opened at 'Xc, sold eot was taken and will be announced at (KXe, last price 62U Affile. Puts opened at O.'e, sold at tlfic, last price, 81.V a Saturday morning. Calls en July corn opened at tH3WHc. the by the President. only price. Puts opened at ISHc, the only Nominated Washington, May 10. The president price, Baltimore. May 16. Friday sent te the senate the following WnEAT-t red spot and May, esH3C8Jc; A&S&SXe; southern by samJehn Fowler, of Massa July and August, nominatiens: chusetts, te be consul of the United, ple, T137.'c; de en grade, 68371c and May, 3433Mc; June, Cehn Mixed Hebert Lee 54M334MC: July,spotW3He: steamer mixed, States at Cite Foe, China. be con- S3?433fle; southern white corn, Ute; de yelJenkins, of North Carolina, te sul of the United States at Patras, low, He. Oats Na t white western, t5J43Me: Na I Greece, N. Fitzgerald, BALLOTING FOR BISHOPS. The Methodist General Conference Gees Inte an Election. Clf.vf.land, O., vicinity of 830,000. The democrats of Prlnce George county, Virginia, adopted a resolution declaring for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at 10 te 1, and opposing the unit rule. During a heavy thunderstorm Friday morning Jehn Bcntzel, aged 05 years, a farmer at Olcy, near Heading, Pit., was killed by lightning. He was arising from bed at the time. The 71st annual commencement of the Jeffersen Medical college, Philadelphia, was held Friday afternoon in the Academy of Music Degrees were conferred upon 227 graduates. The members of the senate without regard te party, have subscribed a handsema sum for the purchase) of a wedding present for the daughter of Vice President Stevenson. .A cablegram from the Spanish consul at Truxllle, Honduras, te Minister Dupuy de Leme, confirms the failure of the Bermuda te land her arms and men in Cuba en her last trial. brick flouring The large mill owned by William Housten and ,the flouring mill of Calvin nnd leuug, Mercer, Pa., were destroyed by flre Friday morning. Less, 850,000; par tially insured. The Londen Dally news Saturday publishes a dispatch from Constanti nepic saying that the hindrance te the movements of American missionaries In the interior of the country hav been removed. The republicans of the First congressional district of Tennessee select-pdelegates te the St. Leuis convention Instructing them for McKinley for president and H. Clay Evans for Vice president. An interview is published with Gen jPande, who was recently elected sena ter from the previnco of Mntanzas, Cuba. He takes a pessimistic view of the situation in the island and ascribes Jho prolonged resistence of the rebels te the help received by them from the United States. When the bill was reached in the heuso te pension the widow of the late Secretary Gresham at the rate of 8100 a month, Mr. Talbert made the point that no quorum had voted en Its pas sage and the spenkcr was compelled te count a quorum. The vote by which the bill passed was 120 to 15. Emperor Francis Jeseph has confirm' cd the election of Hcrr Streback, antiSemite as burgomaster of Vienna. Herr Strebach was a compromise can didate, the municipal council having three times previous te his election, elected Dr. Lueger burgomaster, but the emperor refused te give his sanc tian te his holding the office. four-stor- y d - Fruit z ss" Fruit The Fruit 8eusen of lrtW Is clef e Ht hand, and I hsve perfected arrangement with some of the largest and me't successful Fruit Grewors of the Ohie Itiver Hills te limidle their en tire crop Dr. st J. H. SAMDEL,,: Thlrdstreei,opeiH Bare eon Goed Samarltaa KwfHtl ' insane Ast1bbs,i PHYSICIAN AND SUE6H01T OrriCE And Residence the Courthouse. 1fc ELEVATED STJtA WBEKKIES, MIASPBEHIIIES, JL. I JtTj.K KJtlJItltlJJS, THIS FRUIT IS OROWN LANDS, ri7. iriiw 0lVU, ON THE U.UI) A', .e. I f , , , xsxwwxv principally in Lewls county, by growers of long oxpcrleacp, and will be much superior te any grown en the low or lint hind. It will be received by cxn ess and placed en the market the same day It is irnthi-red- , nnd will be furnished te dealers And consumer In llrst class condition. SPECIAL PRICES ALWAYS GIVEN TO DEALERS, - mm If W VP-i- i H JNj SBl iSB? se ns te cnable them te fell at same prices I sell te consumers nnd muke fair profits. My supply of Vegetables will aleo be at nil times full and of the very best (itnllty. Stock of Fancy and Staple Qrocerles always full and complete. Uest Quality and Lewest Pr.ces. A special Invitation Is extended te county peeplo te make my heuso their headquarters ,: & 551 Qc I 1 1 wuenineurcity. a 1 v in iii in mjiiiii - ?. B. LOVEL, En. ii. hi ji i 111 111 ;'3f TUB XB.IJA'H UHOCEIt. Why Don't Yeu Call and Examine Henry Ort's Stock of Carriages? xl vlMTHttiiSf He has the largest and most complete line in the city te select from, and the price is net in it, considering the style, He is offering a handsome make and finish of the Buggy Quarter-sawe- d Oak BEDROOM SET, (3 pieces) Hand-Polishe- d, at $44 50; also, a Maheganized PARLOR SUIT, (6 pieces) UpIt holstered in best Brecatelle, at $40, which is a bargain i will pay you te call and inspeet my stock of Furniture. Ne. 11 East Second Street, HENRY ORT7 MA.VSMLLE, KY. ndey goods, And Housekeeping AND FOB SALE BY FANCY uiirt STAPLE Ep-wort- h CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, Goods Generally Always en Hrid GEOEGE COX & SOI. 3 THE MAYSYILLE EEPUBLICAN WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER. Twe-thir- ds - Lambs-Extr(i DidU? EIGHT PAGES! FORTY COLUMNS! $1 50 A YEAR! Did you ever think that relatives or friend who have mevod te distant places gene Wet, perhaps, te grew up with the country are glad te hear from their "Old Kentucky Heme?" And did it ever oceur te you that a single copy of TnK M avsvillb KefdhliO R a the weekly edition of Tht Public Ledger mero home news than you could embrace In a hundred ordinary letters? And did it ever strike you that you can send the paper te your relatives and friends for a whole year at less cost than you can write a letter every week? Besides, don't you think a year's subscription te Tni Refubliein would be a present highly appreciated by these at a distance? Suppose you try it and hear what they have te cen-taln- K'i conii-denc- e t'fif :' n IS m say en the subject. t Ne. 0 f"."rr ..., .,. I15J33.57K: medium heavy, 1360(33 65; heavy, $345. Cholee te prime handy SnEEP and L.auij lambs sold early at $5.0035.10; later at $4 B&3 4.W; fair te geed, $4 W34.U; culls and cenv 000,000. roen, HT534.10; mixed sheep, geed te choice, Morten Will Net Withdraw, $3.403365; heavy ewes, $16533.16. PiTTsnunen, Pa.. May IS. Washington, May 10. Congressman CATTLE-Prl$4.204.J0; geed, IU034.M; Odell, of New Yerk, chairman of the $3,6024.10; calves, 12 00 a 4. 5. republican state executive committee!1 geed butchers', medium and best yerkers $J.M IIoes Prime who has beeu in conference with the 33.5J: heavy, $a 4031.45; common, (3.4033.45; lenders in New Yerk, returned te the reuiths. H003I-W- . 136533.75; geed. 83.6033. SlltEP-Prlheuso Friday. He says that Mr. Moreon will net withdraw from the con- fair, $3.2013 40; common, ti 7533. 00; culls, $L 0032. 00; choice lambs, $1503180; common, test. , $4.5034.26; spring lembs, 13,0047.00. Indianapolis, Ina. May 16. New Yerk Convention at BarateRa. Cattle Goed te choice shipping, $3.BJ408; 10. democratic fair te medium, $4753160; geed te choice feed The New Yeuk, May state committee Friday selected Sara- era, $4.793.74. Hees Goed te choice medium and heavy, toga as the place and June 84 as the eem-Mmixed and heavy, convention the Flre Marshal Whltcem. They have confessed te settlug about sixty Area that destroyed property valued ut 82,- - Firebugs Confess. Bosten, May 10. William Daley, aged 20 years, and William T. Reed, aged 18 years, of Cambridge, two dangerous firebugs, were arrested by State mixed de, :iM32Kc. KTE Na x, 41c near by; western, 43c. IS. TRY IT. VI CATTLE-Go- ed steers. 14.00; reals dull and lower; geed veals $3.5034 00. Unas Yorkers and pigs, (360; light mixed, stockers, M 50(33.94! Ohie fair te geed fat cows, I2.6J33.4J; ne DcrrALe, May Address THOS. A. DAVIS, Maysvllle, Ky. NOW'S TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. 'Bread Is the Staff of Life: nBRSS. OBELISK IN EVERY CAN OF BALl-ARD'- S BAKING POWDER WILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPON AND 5 TWO CENT 8TAMP8 TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A KAU TIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED, SAMPLE Tft BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING .. me. me, m v stte date for holding te the te elect deleg tional eeitVe&Ueti at ChtMge. atea-at-larg- e na- HHli HivMQ. light, UMHr-Nii- xei $1J3.; pa quiet at uncaaagca quota. H" 1TiJ "- -- RftON. ,j t- - :C:i' "' J if. -: iiU.'3. A, .'t'it m pliy I Public I w Ledger. KENTUCKY. 7vcT1 Wri Ml V T' ItMla 4" :;. as-- . THOMAS A. DAVIS, Publisher. tlCAYSYILLE. THE BATTLE OF LIFE. kUfe for man Is but a battle Twixt his better part and werse: It beglnneth, with the rattle And It endeth with the hearse. In the conflict's early stages Qn the field of Btrlfe he crawls, And his natural Badness rnges 'Till It conquers and appalls. Iv grass and pulled the hat ever hts face. "Come, Ellen, lt'a hare done with HOW DESERTS ARE BEAUTIFIED. But Ellen saw the trembling of the nonsense. Yeu can sec new hew your Various Means chin that told her mere thnn anything coquetry hurt me. It was unmanly Bd Carried by Spot of Karth. te the Desolate he had eycr said, and she felt sincere- and contemptible te net se, Ellen, but The terrible eruption of Krakntea, this time I wanted te be sure. Yeu ly sorry for him. the Sunda strait, iu 18S3, furnished reigned, nnd the old beech knew the woman new, dear, nnd can't I in opportunity for illustrating the Silence the justly be proud of her?" shook its leaves Impatiently. ease with which nature enn The girl snt silent, nnd one wan re- with vegetnble life a district replant What feels these mortals were; why thnt has net listen te his tales instead of talking minded of a glorious sunset breaking such nonsense. "Yeu stnnd toe much, Hnrry, that's the trouble," the girl said, honestly. "I don't understand you, Ellen." "Well, I'll explain. I am n born co quette; I can't help it, nnd wc both knew it. I like you, honestly, but when a woman loves, Hurry, she is simplicity itself; her heart Is no longer u mirage where she constantly chases unrealities, but the beautiful oasis in the cool waters of which she bathes her fevered brew, and is at pence nnd rest. New you see, Harry, hew foolish you're been. Yeu have been offering the beautiful sunshine of your lore te one whev eyes are still blind te it. Yeu can de nothing but wait; and even then, Hurry, I might prefer the soft moonlight of some one else's love. I am honest with you, Harry, nnd I can only say: I don't knew. If you care enough about me, you can wait, but I don't offer you the slightest hope. Yeu are sensible te go, and had 1 been you I should have gene long age. I shall honestly miss you, Harry; but if you stay I should tease you ns I hnve done; I simply can't help it; it isn't right te you. se go!" "Will you new give me the leaf, Ellen'.'" "Yes; but it is nil withered; but ns you won't Keep it it won't matter;" nnd Ellen, once mere the coquette, smiled demurely nnd handed it te him. MWIVIKIt. , Boen from tenchlng and example v' unen me saint tinves out. me sinner 5i?t Then the sinner downs the saint. Leng this awful conflict rages In peer, human man who would Gladly blot out many pages Frem hl3 life's book If he could. Hew he(hates the Badness In him Yet at times he helps It tight; . prays that Goed te win M Hew he oft his aid is slight. him Still toe But at length the costly touching Of experience brings sens", Then the man, te heaven reaching. Asks for help In his defense. ' Recnferced, the Goed redoubles All Its efforts In the frny ' . And though net without new troubles Drives the Badness out te stay. g battle dreary But the Has se weakened man that he, "While triumphant, falls . At the gate of victory. And with all hl3 Badness vanished. And ennobled, true and brave, He, when At te live, is banished 1 Te the silence of the grave. But though he en earth lias tnstcd Little save the battles' pains, His hard fight has net been wasted Fer a Heavenly crown It gains. H. C. Dedge. In Chicago Sun. ! . r life-lon- 'r k...... rVJ, aVAl UH) Is ample Te o'erceme Its puny fee. Then with years and tenchlng longer Bndness loses of Us might And, with Goodness growing stronger. There Is mere an even light. Ieng and bitter, hard and wearing Is the struggling of the fees; "Which will win In man despairing? He, himself, no answer knows. ' One day Goodness Is the winner. .,.. ,.-- ., rji i. DUUHCBB UUIIS II1U J'UHIl, Sut the Badness still in him Goodness tries te grew, ' through heavy clouds nnd gradually turning nil te an indescrlbnble golden nnd crimson glory. After watching the beauty of her face glow, Courten said: "New aren't you sorry you didn't let me held your hnnd?" Thus it is neccsstiry nt times in moments of intense feeling te make some commonplace remark te break the strain. Our seult nre infinite but our bodies nre finite. AUTUMN. .... ..,., The bride steed beneath the spread-bi- g arms of her old friend, the beech. The old tiee would knew her no mere, and the (ears deposited en every leaf by the lute rain fell down en Ellen's head with every sigh of the autumn wind. There was a sadness in lenvlng old friends, though inanimate, even when we go into u golden happiness, nnd Ellen's eyes were dimmed as she pulled a few of the leaves and fastened them in her dress. "Come! What's this! Tears in the eyes of my little wife?" said Harry, ns he drew her closely te him. "(live me one of these leaves you wear, dear one I" and he placed it reverently in a little ease he drew from his pocket. .lust then a strong breath of air shook the tree se that the remaining tears fell tear-lade- n LEAVES FK03I A BEECH. by KTiiEr. r. FAi:au:n. sntixe. IVRLVG bridal y r e e n. The golden glory of her sunshine treses only deepened the blue of her eyes in which lav a glad and deep mystery. Her tweet, fre.sh breatli came in caressing joyful sighs, nnd the warmth of her tender heart made ull glewwith a gentle fragrant heut. The old beecli steed aing its green arms as if beckoning nil within sight te come and listen te its yarns of dnys gene by; for, although it had reached a green old age, it had net learned the wisdom of silence, nnd gloried in its being the only beech at the old Derin homestead. The waving1 arms had nttracted two 'persons, who en nut from the old home end seated themselves beneath it en nature's throne of green velvet ready for rich or peer. "Hew I Icve this old beecli," said Ellen Derin te her companion and adorer. "Just see, 1 tarry, hew lovely the leaves arc new; supposing you get iie a few." The young fellow gathered several and, dropping them into the girl's lap, laid himself at her feet. "Here is one for you te keep. Harry, in memory of this lazy, beautiful day." "Wear it for awhile, Ellen, nnd then give it te me. It w ill then catch some of your life and be warm with it forever after." The girl laughed as she fastened it at decked in robe faintest had come, mm the, lny was her of her threat. "What nonsense; you won't have the. A year and mere hnd passed ever the ancient head of the old beech. Its leaves were darker from the het sun of summer, nnd it steed sullen" ly, with never a motion of its long arms. i:ilen Derin rat beneath its shade: the anie, and yet different. "Well, this is geed, Ellen!" said a cheery voice, as Harry Courten approached and shook hands. "Yeu evidently received my note and were expecting me. I can't stay as long as I had planned, for you knew business is n stern goddess, and I am totally absorbed in it." Surely Courten had turned coquette new, as he looked long, nnd enrnestly at the girl before him. "Let's sit ilSvvn under the old beech, Ellen. De you remember our last talk here'."' Did she remember? Would she ever forget it? "Oil, yes, Harry, I believe I de!" she answered. "Yeu were right in what you said. T must hnve been an awful bore, net having sense enough te take no for an answer." The tears were very near the surface in Ellen's eyes, nnd she theught: "If he would only be n bore ngainl" nnd Harry watched the girl's face closely, and saw the tears rise. "I want te tell you something, Ellen. I have found a woman who I am sura loves me, and whom I love even better than I loved you at one time." "1 inn very glad, Harry, and wish you all happiness." "I wanted te tell you first of nil, Ellen, and se I came. Oh, Ellen, she is the dearest, sweetest little woman that ever lived .'" and Courten kept his eyes steadily en the girl's fnce. "What is her name, Harry?" the peer girl said, slowly. "Oh, I am net going te tell you yet, I just want te talk about her." "Oil, all right, go ahead! But first, Harry, pull a few of these leaves from the beech. I like te have them in unbuilds." "Why, Ellen, you are trembling; what's the trouble, little woman?" "Nothing!" she answered, while her heart beat loudly at the tender tone of his voice; and the name, "little woman;" but surely the ether woman wouldn't care for just that once. Hnrry threw himself en the ground and lay idly watching some insects buzzing in the nlr above him; then turning t'.ntl leaning en his elbow, he gacd steadily up at Ellen. His eyes wandered ever the pretty wavy hair, and down the fair face, noticing the sad droop of the mouth; then lie murmured te himself: "I'm a brute!" "Well, Ellen," he said at last. "Yeu haven't congratulated me. 1 am surj yen would if you could see the dear litte-da- - n) ngr" y JfjjMC ML.. Hi: DREW IIKit CLOSKLY TO HIM. te the ground just as the sun burst forth in nil its glory, nnd the old beech waved his arms joyously. Harry smiled, then said: "First you were the coquette, Utile woman; then I, and new, last, our old friend here, the tree, who is old enough te knew better. Just see hew he beckons as of old for us te listen te his old ynrns; nnd yet he has n tender henrt, for see that little nest en one of the branches, he only swnyfi that enough te make a gentle lullaby for the little birds who trust in him. May I, in my old age, protect these whom I love, above nil, always protect and make you happy, little one, even If I gain the weakness of wishing te tell every one In sight tales of the yeurs gene by." WIXTKIt. become completely desolated. The vel ennie eruption was one of the most de structive recorded in history, the less of human life being estimated te exceed 100,000. 'Of the 35 volcanoes ou nnd near the island of Javn 20 were in violent eruption nt the same time. The center of disturbance wns the islnna volcano of Krakntea, which emitted molten lava nnd burning nshes In such r.bundnncc that every living thing, whether nuijual or vegetable, en the island, was destroyed and nn observer from ship which approached close te the land declared that the whole island was red het. Four years from the date of the cYuptien the islnnd wns visited by nn eminent naturalist, who found that" the nshes and lava hml cooled te such an extent ns te permit the beginning of vegetable life, nnd en ninkiug u clesci examination lift discovered that during the brief space of f,ur years nature had stocked the island with 240 different kinds of plants. There nre man seeds which ceem by their formation te be specially designed for transmission through the t'lr, and of these several are quite as geed illustrations ns the thistle. The seed of the common dandelion, n plant te be seen en every common, hn.s wings which will carry it away en the slightest bt'.ntli of nir. The wings nre very fllight illamentvS radiating backward from the seed, se that when the latter finally ledg'-- it falls tip first in the most favorable position for taking root. Country children in the Tmited States often find amusement in blowing the seeds from the stalk and watching te see hew fnr they will go before falling te the ground, hut whenever there is even a moderate breeze the4 experiment is uniformly a failure, ns the fleecy seed fly out of sight nnd are gene in nn instant, and the next sensen a dandelion springs up in somebody's lawn where the plant wns never seen before. The common tumble weed is another example of the winged seed. The plant grew? in a woolly bunch which when dried is easily separated from the rtnlk, and a light breeze sets the ball rolling ever the ground te scatter its seed wherever it gees. The seeds of many ferns nnd plants nre se constructed ns te be readily lifted nnd carried away by the wind, while some of considerable size are provided with an elnberate arrangement for aerial transportation The common maple is an example el the last kind, for projecting from i's large head isn membrane cleely resembling in size, shape and general nppear-nnc- e the wing of the locust. When the seed is separated from the tree, even if the nir be quit 2 still, it does net fall te the earth, but by its peculiar construction acquires in falling a spiral motion that fakes it several feet from bencnlh the starting point, and when p brisk brei'e is blowing one of tltcs; winged seeds has been known te twin through the a.r for six miles before its journey came ie an end nnd It sank te the ground, there te germinate nnd start : maple grove. St. Leuis 11 s IMPERSONAL. The eldest physician In Fiance, Dr. de Bessy, of Havre, eclcbrafed the ether dny the 105th anniversary of his birth. Recently he Has been confined te hia room for the first time in 28 years. Bismarck snys the hardest thing attending his retirement from efllcewas the compulsory idleness. "It was a curious feeling," he said, "te wake up of a morning and, find that the only thing he had new te de was te wind up his watch." ' Dr. William Heward Russell is new 75 years of age. He joined the staff of the Londen Times in 1843 nnd was its war correspondent in the Crimen, the Indian mutiny, the American civil war, the nnd the France-Germawars. Many of the leading men of France have become teetotalers. The reason for this, is they cltiini they ennnet nt-- i tain the success in business they desire nnd drink. Among them nre President Fuure nnd his cabinet, Alphens.e Duudet and ether writers. J. F. Barry, of Bosten, hns challenged J. W. Shewnlter, of Kentucky, te a series of chess games for the cham pienship of the United States. Hnrry Is the young chess expert vyhe was in the American team which defeated the English chess players in the lecent rable match. Sir Geerge Xevvnes is about te start ti new daily paper in Londen, which is designed especially for ladies. It will be liberally illustrated und will ignore polities. As Sir Geerge Xcwnes lias suc ceeded in everything that he hns undertaken, he will doubtless succeed with this unique publication. Prof. Roentgen is very fend of Itnly nnd gees te Florence every year te enjoy a little rest. He tried hard en his present, trip te avoid notoriety, but the students made n great demonstration in his honor. One of them delivered n German address te the distinguished visitor, nnd the professor responded in choice Italian. ORIGIN OF THE CAT. Jenu Threw HU (ilove Down te i'ree nn PrusKe-Austria- n n PERSONAL AND "itnaisvrXiiKAitttr at the Thin j. no - as at presenn vs 4t., i1.1J i aAvntnlni..l I... fl1twA.1 the use of poison gainst the cneaars murder by treachery, such as awurahag; jTS the uniform or ulsnlavlntr the fkwr of tha J ts fee: the murder of theso who have sur- rendered, whether upon conditions pr at discretion; declarations that no-- ' a' quarter will be given te an enemy: ilia, L use of such arms or projectiles na will ,a"Vw$!3 cause unnecessary pain or suffering le'st, jVB an enemy; the abuse of a flag of truta'.aX te gaininformatien concerning an enemy's position; nil unnecessary destruction of property, whether puMte et private. They also declare that only fortified places shall be besieged, open villages or cities net te be subject te siege j Wt-X'-- l or bombardment; that public buildingi ,jj nf vvlmtover nlm.rnnfn- , uintltnrlintnTin. I...WV..W. MklUJikJ M.' J (nf tit tlA 0.,.V. AM Min. 1.11 1- .- j n xt Rnnreil , thnt j, nliinilnrincr. nrlmti,' 'r. Jfc" l J l"'""u t sejuicrs or their efllcers chnll be that prisoners shall be treated with common humanity; that the personal effects nnd private property of; prisoners, excepting their nrms'nnd nm- munitien, shall be respected; that th popujatlen of nn enemy's country shall be considered te be exempt from participation in the war unless by hostile nets they provoke the ill will of the enemy; . thnt personal and family honor, and the religious convictions of nn invaded people, shall be respected by the Invaders, nnd that all pillage by regular troops or their followers shall be strictly for- - ' bidden. . temi De laws vl ttt Kt Wfcleh MeJ- - CM! Allew. ''''A 4J -- - w- ...,.- - - . V -- V "K M inad-mlssnbl- cj ( VTai OLD LIGHTHOUSE. Bnllt by the ltemnn ami la Goed Condition. ' J Gtlll la micro-scepi- c stepped en the cat her limp and her cries were se piteous I took her te t lie kitchen te apologize in jisnuccr of cream and ask mnnimy te care for her. "Did you trod en datcat? I certainly is mighty sorry, for it's bound te be en- lueky for you if you hurt a cat." I ventured the opinion that te kill n cat brought ill luck, but had net heard anything about accidentally hurting When 1 ()1! Negro Wemiili from .VI Ice. one. y Glebe-Democr- Beneath the beech stoeA an elderly man. The leaves from the old tree hnd gene nnd the snow of time had covered the head of the silent figure beneath the ancient tree. It was a forlorn enough sight, and the cold winter blast chilled the life in the e!d comrades. The mnn' nt the gazing silently steed be'ech. nnd then .he draw from his pocket a ease from which he took three leaves, and steed looking through them into the past. Though all were withered, one could see that they were beech leaves nnd hud been picked at different seasons of the year. One had been of spring, a faint green; another of summer, darker tinge; and the Inst showed dimly the radiance given it by autumn. This man was Hnrry Courten. Banner of Geld. 11 SELDOM EAT MEAT. We never seem te realize that n large proportion of the inhabitants of tills country nre practically vegeterians at the present moment. It is true thnt they nre conipulserily se, but the fact remains. Hevv much meat can nn agricultural laborer's family have out of a wage of 15 shillings n week? If a small quautity of salt perk be occasionally eaten, it is of value chiefly ns respiratory feed. Yet our laborers, who have subsisted en this diet for generations, are strong. In ether countries the peasantry nre still mere evidently vegetnrian for all irac-ticpurposes. Even in Russin, according te Prince Krapetkin, the peasant gets only corn, nnd net enough of that, sometimes. Yet the Russian peasant is net wanting in vigor. The evidence is the same as we glance at races. The hardy Arab or Seudanese is satisfied with his dates, the Zulu with "mealies," the Hindu with grains nnd pulse. The Japanese have a similar diet, varied occasionally with fish. Stanley says of the Wngandu: "With the banana plant hu is happy, fat nnd thriving. Without it he is a famished, dlscoiuselnte, wretch." The Jats of Rajpoetnuft arc described ns "a very intelligent, fine race, w.hilebeth men and women attain great age. As a uile, the lower tiiu&es de net eat meat." These instances, which might, be mul tiplied, are quoted te show that vegetarianism is the ordinary practice of numerous races which are net nineng the lowest, and which show no sign of race deterioration. In face of thete facts, the mere random assertion sometimes made that vegetarians arc subject te "poorness of bleed" must be taken for what it is worth. Errors, both of diet und hygiene, may be committed by vegetarians ns well ns by ether people. Westminster Review, Eu-lepcal woe-begenc Mimy Xntlnns Thnt ltefitse te Devour l'lrnh of AnliunlH. the Xet an Uniisiml Typa. Harry Perry nnd his wife were returning from a village worthy's funeral, where the ellleiating clergyman hnd been a young man fresh from the di- tle vveiunn." I knew she "Indeed I de, Harry! be lovely. Hew long have you been engaged?" "Oh, I mn net engaged yet, but I knew she loves m'e, se it will be all must1 right." HAT ?v LOOKING STKAD1I.V AT TUB OIKL. a b v.. ' 1 ' ou going away, . leaf "Yeu knew why f go, and It isn't hind, Ellen, te put it that way. Why de . you tease me seV" and the young man drew bis hat nearly ever his fnce. Ellen sat loel'lng at the strong chin that alone was visible from Iieneath the "Tell' me, Harry, just why you nre going; I believe I have forgotten." The hat was knocked suddenly te the' ground, disclosing a flushed and rather angry face, as Harry Courten rained himself and sat looking steadily Kt the girl. e mist , "If you would let the litwelve you would sec clearly enough, TM dangling at a rope's end never Mtr whether you ere going te be 4Mgd tr net, doesn't suit me. If I yt awy you win eitner xergei or want 'aw, and 1 intend te have some decision. Oh, JSlleii, If you only aaukl or would jkptp mmP Meal Ma tIm KmmIl like fli. fcir te m tka &. m r A self-mad- Harry?" nnd you really insist hat. 8 ry, ji' , i "Then why did yen' want me te congratulate you, Harry?" said the girl wonderingly. "Oh, n woman's reason; just he answered laughing. "Someway, Ellen, as I He here I think of our last talk 'nenth this old tree." "Hut Harry, you mustn't! Thatisn't light te the woman you love." "Why net, Ellen? I merely remem-lxie- d your giving me a leaf. I surely can remember that little act of kindness. 153" the way, give me another, won't you, Ellen?" "I thought you were going te tell me about that woman, Hnrry; 1 am waiting te hear." "Well, let me sit cler.er te you te steady me; let me held your hand, Ellen." "I refuse te be made sport of, Harry," Ellen answered, angrily. ' "Yeu will wish you hnd when I have finished," Courten rejoined, grieved. Ellen cast nn angry glance nt him, and kept a dignified silence. "Yeu remember, Ellen, hew I used te lese you " "Harry, you arc going altogether toe far;- you used te be a mas." "Hecawe I loved yew, Eljen?" amt,Curt Tltt girl drew !" vinity mint. "I declare," snapped Mrs. Perry. "I never did hear anybody run en the way does! that young whipper-snappe- r Were me out 'fore he begun te sav anything. Talk, talk, talk! Xethiii' but words!" "Get up," said Mr. Perry te the horse. "Why don't you say something, Har ry Ferry V demanded hts wife, "Don't he wear you out?" "I duiine but he does," said Mr. Perry, guardedly. "Dunne but he does!" echoed his wife. "Don't you knew he wearH everybody out?" "Ne, I can't say I knew thet nel truthfully; for I ain't heard near 'pinion of him." Mrs. Perry faced her huidinnd. "What's the use e' your baekin' an' fllllu' se?" she said. "I'd like te knew your 'pinion of him if you can get it out." Mr. Terry tugged twice nt the reins before replying. "Et seems te me," he raid, nt length, "thet lie's the kind e' man thet would ruther change the subjee' than step lalkln'." "Wall," said his wife, in a tone which meant: "Why couldn't you have said thnt before?" Youth' Companion. cv'ry-bedy'H "My mercy, chile, don't you knew- - it a sin te kill n cat? Duz you knew anything about cats nnd hew they come te be here en this earth?" I acknowledged my ignorance, unless they were included in the general creation nnd precession into the ark. "Well, white folks don't knew nothing 'cept what they reads out a books. Wa'n't no cats in no ark, and it's a sin te kill a cnt, 'cause a cnt is Jesus' right-han- d glove. Jesus wns down here once, en this here eaith, walking round like a man. I 'speets you heerd about that didn't you? It's all put down in the Bible, they tells me.1 I never seen it. thar, fer I can't read nel- - write;- don't knew one letter freni fjic iiexf, ljuf. it's all writ down in the Bible, vyhat.Qed sent down from Heaven in, n bush all en fire right into Moses' hand. - Ycm indeed, it is Ged's own 'trhth, 'jest ns I nre telling you. When Jesus wits here, In tills world, He went round cnnstnnt.viK-itin- g cullud fellts. He- - nlways. was mighty fefid of cullud 'folks. "Se one dny He along, nnd He came te n 'ribb old cullud woman's house. When. Ifcwcntin the doer nnd gire her 'howdy,' she stand still nnd leek nt Him right hard. Then she say: 'Lord' (she lteve'r seen nor hcerd tell of Him before, butfiemthiiig in her just seemed te call and she kept en and Him hard, and she say ever again: 'Lord, I is jest mizzable,.' Then He ray: 'Weinan, what you mizzable fer?' Then she say, the third time: 'Lord T is mizable. fer the rats and the mice is and everything I get. They's done eat all my common!, nnd nil my meat; they's ent holes in my bed, and new t hey's jest ready te cat me myself, and I am that mizzable, I don't knew no mere what te de.' "Jesus He leek long at her, mighty hard, nnd He say: 'Weman, beheld jour Ged." nnd then He pulled eir His right-hanglove, nnd flung it down en the fleer. Soen us thnt glove touched that fleer It turned into a cat, right then and right tlinr, and it began nil them rats, and all them mice, mere'n nny cnt done since when it de its best. Indeed it did, made out of Jesus' right-hanglove, before thnt woman's own eyes the four fingers for the legs nnd the thumb for the tail nnd thut's the truth 'bout hew cnts get here. Guess you knew new why It's a sin te kill a cat, nnd 'bilged te be unlucky te hurt one." Jeurnul of Amcricnn Felk Lere. is The eldest house existing In Eng- -' land is the Reman Phares or lighthouse, which still forms se conspicuous nn ob--. ject en the cliffs within the precincts of Dever castle. The masonry of this interesting work is composed of tufa, cement and Reman bricks, or tiles, and is in the best style of Reman workmanship. History and tradition are alike silent as te the actual date of its erection, but, judging from the style of masonry, nnd bearing in mind that the erection of such n beacon would be a practical necessity when once the Ramans had thoroughly established themselves in seuthen Britain, one may fairly ascribe it te a date net much later than the middle of the first century, A. D., following en the expedition of Clan- dius, nnd the succeeding conquests of rinutius, who brought most of the islnnd south of the 'Thames under the Reman domination. Te the upper pnrti of tliis lighthouse was added In Tuder times nn octagonal superstructure, still remaining, nltheugli in a sadly battered condition. The remains of lake dwellings, such ns have been found nt Burten Merc, in Suffolk, nnd near Glat, tenbury, in Somerset, arc supposed by. some te date back se far as 1200 B. C.; but, although these are built en pilesj they hardly cemo within the meaning; of the question. , f :. ; .. V '.! "t fc , ? jut The iron grasp of scrofula hns no mercy upon its victims. This demon of the bleed is often net satisfied with causing dreadful sores, hut racks the body with the pains of rheumatism until Hoed's Snrsuparilkv cures. "Nearly four years age I bocame afflicted Cripple with scrofula Hi vvas'a-walkin- g Ills-name)- , Running sores breko out eh my thighs. Pieces of bone came out and an operation was contemplated. I had rheumatism in. my legs, drawn up out of shape. I lest appetite, could net sleep. I was a perfect wreck. I continued te grew worse.nnd Anally rave up the doctor's treatment te Made Well 'll8- eud rheumatism. take Hoed's Sarsaparilla. Soen nppetita came back; the sores commenced te heal.' My limbs straightened out eud I th.cw away my crutches. I am new stout und hearty and am farming, whereas four years nge I was a crlpple. I gladly Hoed's Sarsaparllln." Umax Hamme.ni, Table Greve, Illinois. , . d d Hoed s Sarsaparilla "BIG FOUR" New Linc Between Is tbe One True Illoed Purtfler. AH drugjrists. St. Prepared only by C. I. Hood&Ce., Lowell.Mass. ,Ivcr ensy f5 Hnnd'; PiH;cure ensy te operate. 25j. take, & Why He Wm Serry. A Dalian - The medusae de net develop organs both for hearing nnd seeing. When thu one Is developed the ether is generally absent They de net need, it BceiiiK. both te hear and see. The ears of the euttlefUh or octeput are leHted in the creature's body, ueia id tk 9 1 tke .,t In. re, v kr f he fek. h-- ',. . justice of the peace snid: "Sum Jelinslng, nil the wltnefses sa,-- , thnt you kicked this gentlemnn and called him the vilest names." "I disrcmclnbcr, jedge, of hnbln'dent dat. If I did, I'se worry sorry." "Yeu ought te be sorry." The Piewr Verileu. "I is, jedge, fur er fae'. Hit's only New Yerk Editor See here! don't wid my own fnmerly dnt I indulges in you knew executions by electricity n seeh eccentricities, an' cf I has bin the law new?" trcntln' dnt galoot ns ef he New Man Certainly." wu8 er member, I'se gvvine ter regret it "Then, elr, whntde you mean by using till de Ins' day ob my life. I'se filled witl ehestuutty, moldy quota- icmerscs." this teon: 'give a rogue rope enough and he "Ten dollars," said the judge. will hang himself?' What de you mean, sir? We are net living in the middle An Ideal KxUtence. ages." "It must be awful nice te be a farm"What substitute would you sug- er," said the city girl. "Nothing te dc gest?" 'Let the reguo go en shook but sit around and let things grew z "Say: Ing society, andMie will get shocked And the young man. who did net knevi that the first eighteen years of her llf himself P'N. Y. Wrekly. had been spent en a farm that event '. Bea Is a bundle of paradoxes! wt ually proved te be la the gaa belt, wri go te H with, reltictanqe; yet we qali wonderfully iaprtmd Isdlanapelli , It, with rrtLr-ClW- . , Jwmwl. flop-meold-time, Texa-Blftlngs. -- CINCINNATI, TOLEDO and DETROIT PMENT.i excellent INAUGURATED MAY 17. The Schedule. I.Y. Cincinnati 9.00 6.45 Solid Trains Fast time equ a.m. p.m. Ar. Teledo At. Detroit 8.2 p. m. S.IS 8.65 9,16 p, m.u u.m:7i a. 'm Through Cetches ind Parler Cars en Day TrtlM.ijS Through Ceachti, Wagner Sleeping Cart'Clnclnnatl" xe leieas ana Cincinnati 10 Detroit en Nighl'Tralnt. TheNevr Service between Cincinnati, Tete4a and Detroit is AS GOOD AS OUR NEW YORK LINEI AS 6000 AS OUR CHICAGO LINEI AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINEI Buy your tickets through via " Big Fear," Fer full iBfematlea call en agents er ad E, J. NMMKMMK, 1. 1, MARTIN. U I' ?M.THacMff, 'lft.4Tkt,A5g i?i IBMTOEU Pr i" ft-- M .," ' V 1, Se says the article sent has reared, hertt a prosperity viiiei. TtfE SUNDAY SCHOOL. PRETTY FANCY WORK. WOMAN AND HOME. There is no doubt that Ethan. has been given te no ether people. Hew te Ma.Ua n Chnrmlna; Mlk Case mmI Allen was the vulgarest sort of aa "Oh!" says spine one, "there ars International Iaen for May 17, 1896 Parable of the Pounds Luke 101 iHvJng Reference te the Early Disselu infidel, for, sitting in a Prcsbjcrian people in this country who.de net beTO COOK CORNMEAL. HclHMrs Vbatelala. Arranged Xrdm Feleubet's Notes. . .x.m tien of Congress. church, his admirers say he struck the lieve in a Ged, and it would be an invuiLluuiiLV TVJien Properly Prepared It la llraltlty breidery scissors at one's side is TO" Gelden Text. He that is faithful In pew In front of him swero out loud, se aa sult te them." Well, there are people which Is least la faithful also In much; that mmh Article of Foetl. nn te disturb the meeting, and no gentle-ma-n in this country who de net bolievo in he that In unjust In the least la unjust also KjBr.' Taliage'f Voice Women have always been mere or like the accompanying Illustration. Qse ' Raised en nehnlf of would de that I de net wonder that common decency ej common lien In much. Luke 10: 10. less willing te show their skill in mak- yard and a half of ribbon, somewhat pthe Almighty He Allen That Uetb, beonly 10: Tun Section K7 semo of his descendants are ashamed of esty, or any kind Llkc-Political Conventions De of govern caueo this Is all Includes we have of the ing cake und fancy desserts, but if,, is less than nn inch wide, nbeut two desen the recettl W' arils Itecoernlis Ged lu him; but of course they eeuld net help ment, preferring anarchy. Your very brief tlme bctween the giving sight te only recently that they have appreci- of the brass rings, a safety pin and a the Constitution. it, and are net te blame. But all the platform is an insult te them. Yen as he entered Jericho, and the ar- ated the value of geed cookery. The patent hook are all the necessary, Madecent men of the revolution believed ought net te regard a man who docs net rival at Bethany, where our next leapen simple, ovcry-de- y things are uually terials. Finish the top with a bow, . . t . . m . M in' Ged any mero than begins. The last of March, A. D. 30. Prob- considered of the least importance, and under which is sewed the pin as indir." xne snDiect ei ur. raimacre aumiav in Ged, and our American cengess, new bolievo Time. ."'ifas: "Befero they Adjourn," having assembled, will only echo the sentiments you should regard a man who re- ably Just after the healing of Bartlmcus. entirely neglected. Even the cook cated by the stitch, for a fastening tev thc belt, run the ribbon threugli the j ' references te the early dissolution of of the Father when they enthreno the fuses te bolievo in commesi decency. Just n week before the cruclllxlen. books give little, and no informa1 cencrress. 1'lacr. A street of Jericho and the heuso tion, about the things tome and the text selected was: name of Ged in the constitution. We Your pocketbook is net safe n moment everybody should rings, crossing them and putting the f)i Psalms cv. 22, "And teach his Senators have no mero reason for inserting that in the presence of an atheist Ged is of Zaccheus. knew. Among these is cernmenl. When ribbon in the space between; sew the, LESSON NOTES. acknowledgment of Divinity than the only source of geed government j. wisdom." was new in Jericho, passing it is properly prepared It is a healthy hook en the lower end, slip through the- Jesus Senators in this text stand for law our fathers had. Slnce then the f Why net, then, say se, and let the through the city, never te return thith- article of feed. But ns it Ih often cooked handles of the scissors, brimr it back ana . t continent has been peopled and great chairman of the committeo en resolutlie? er nguln.Zacclicus Immediately planned it is indigestible and unfit for even a fasten it te the next lowest ring en of the Egyptian government, and cities from the Atlantic te the Pacific tions in your national conventions The usual wny of under slue. If desired the rings may be Zaccheus wan n rich man. strong stomach. see Jesus. among ether great things which he did, built, and all fa peace, showing that take a pen full of ink te making eernmcal mush, for instance crecneicu witn suk te matcn tne no- - n according te my text, was te teach his there must have been supernal super-visa- l. and with bold hand head the He had gained a considerable- portion is te stir the meal, without measuring bon, and the mere rinirs used the firmcirVV of his riches by extortion and fraud. Slnce then the war of 1812, and document with eno significant "Where il. senators wisdom; and if nny men en it, Inte boiling water until it is thick, will lx the holder. Hnmp srInsnrn earth ought te be endowed with wis-- r ours the victory! Since then great as," acknowledging the goodness ei He could net enter Ged's kingdom and nnd when it hns coektd fhe or ten min- always disappearing, but vith this atdem, it is senators, whether they stand financial prostrations, out of 'which we Ged in the past, and begging His kind- retain this mammon of unrighteoustachment they nre always at hand. in congresses, parliaments, or reich- - came te greater prosperity than any- ness and protection for the future ness. He promptly and completely dis- utes it is done. By this process it s These two cuts show a simple and hard and raw, and wholly unfit te eat sfags, or assemblies, or legislatures. thing that preceded. Slnce then san- Why, my friends, this country belongs carded hiH old life, nnd made net only pretty gift for handy fingers te make, guinary 1802, 1803, 1804 and 1805, and te Ged, and we ought in every possible the required restitution, but mere, It is surprising hew much it is improved By their decisions nations go up ,'. or down. Lawmakers are semo- - notwithstanding the fact Miat all the way te acknowledge it Frem the mo- nnd slew his love of money by giving by n little extra cooking, nnd it can be times no temntcil hv nrnliirtleeq. Tiv roc foreign despotisms were plnnning for ment that, en an October morning in linlf of Iijm property te the peer. This made a delicacy with very little trouble. 4; mm Take one quart of water, add one 7 Ytv nnnnrt.iinlt.v nf our demolition, we nre a united people, tlnnn.1 nrnfivrnni-es- . 1402, Columbus looked ever the side of day salvation came te his house. He X personal advancement, and sometimes and you will find in both a ship and saw the carved staff which trusted in Jesus and became His fol- teaspoon of salt. When it boils stir in 'what in best te de is se doubtful that houses of congress the men who fought made him think he was near an inhab- lower. "Fer," said Jesus, "the Sen of slowly one cup of yellow cernmenl. Let they ought te be prayed for and en-- , ler me norm ana the south, new ited country, and saw also a thorn and Mnn is come te seek and te .save that it boil for ten minutes, then set it back ceuraged in every pessiblo way, in- sitting side by side, armed with no a cluster of berries (type of our history which was lest" "As they heard these en the stee, where It will cook slowly stead of severely criticised and blamed weapon except the pen, with which they ever since, the piercing sorrows and things" which Jesus hnd been saying nnd net burn, for one hour, stirring and excoriated, as is much of the tlme write home te their constituents who cluster of national joys), until this hour in the heuso of Zaccheus, where He was occasionally. Pour into a meld nnd the case. Our public men are se often want te be appointed postmasters. The our country has been bounded en th n guest, "He added and spake n par- let stand eer night. In the morning it will be firm enough te slice well, nnd man who can net see Ged in our Amer- north, south, east and west by tht able." M the target te be shot at, ra.crely they obtain cmlnonce which ican history is as blind of soul as he getdncss of Ged. The Huguenots toeV Jesus had repeatedly of late given the when it is dipped in grated bread ether men wanted but could net would be blind of body if he could net possession of the Carolinas in the nam impression that the kingdom wns com- crumbs nnd quickly fried it will be n injustices are at 12 o'clock of an unclouded neon sne of Ged. William Penn settled Phila- ing, und that His going te Jerusalem pleasant surprise te these who have reach, that mere !g hurled at our national legislature the sun in the heavens. As a matter of delphia in the name of Ged. The Hol- hnd something te de with it. (See been accustomed te eating it the .H wny. than the pcople of the United States gratitude te Almighty Ged, gentlemen landers took possession of New Yerk in Luke 17:20, 30; 18:20, 30; Matt. 10:28.) CUATELAIW. or "Johnny cake," ns it BII.K CASK 'AND can possibly imagine. Thd whole- of the American congress, be pleased the nume of Ged. The Pilgrim Fathers And they thought that nil their dreams te insert the four words snggested by settled New England in the name of about the kingdom were te be visibly is often called, is greatly improved by nnd one which will prove its usefulness simsale belying of our public men is ply damnable. By rosidence in Wash- the Methodist conference. Net only Ged. Preceding the first gun of Bunker realized immediately and in their way. the following directiens: in the testing. fcs' Put the milk thnt the recipe calls for ington I bare cemo te find out that because of the kindness of Ged te this Hill, at the veico of prayer all heads In fact the great eents necessary te Prepare four pieces of cardboard, 2 many of our public men are persistent- - nation in the past should a reverential uncovered. In the war of 1812 nn off- its coming the crucifixion and resur- en the stove, and when It is het stir in by 8'3 inches, cover two with fine white y misrepresented, and semo of the insertion be made, but because of the icer came te Gen. Andrew Jacksen and rection wctc seen te take place; and the cornmeal and let it cook for ten or linen and two with buttercup yellow 15 minutes. An easy way te prevent It satin. On one linen paint a spray of.est of them, the purest In their llves fact that we are te want dlvine inter- said: There is an unusual nolse in the the rays of its dnwn were ie shine in and most faithful in the discharge of position still further in our na- camp; it ought te be stepped." Gen. the Pentecostal gift of the Hely Spirit from burning is te set the dish en ar buttercups and grasses and add the ' geld and Jacksen said: "What is the noise?" thelr duties, are the worst defamed. tional history. This asbestos pad. This extra cooking re- suggestive lines in dainty lettering. The officer said: "It is the voice but the disciples would net recognize moves the raw taste of the meal, nnd Lac the ether linen plnin. Take bands Bome day I want te preach a sermon silver question will nover be settbe.se things, nor would the kingdom Then the from IL Peter: "They are net afraid tled until Ged settlcs it This question of prayer and praise." improves the flner of the of narrow yellow satin ribbon atyeut them; and, its complete com- greatly besides te speak evil of dignities. Whereas of tariff and f ree trade will never be set- general said, "Ged forbid that prayer nppcar te yet bread, making it inch ing was far away; nor would it gestible. Chicago Tribune. entirely di- linen back enwide and, laying the plain angels, which are greater in power tled until Ged settles it. The question and praise should be an unusual noise the table with the unYeu had better ecr come in the way they expected it and might, bring net railing accusa- between the East and West, which is get- in the encampment finished side up, paste the ribbons te Its ting hotter and hotter, and leeks toward go and join them." Prayer at Valley This parable was te put them en their tion against them bofere the Lord. But COZY CORNER SEAT. edge, leaving nbeut three inches extend- these, as natural brute beasts, made a republic of the Pacific, will net be Forge. Prayer at Monmouth. Prayer guard against disappointment; te teach ing te the left side; in like manner paste ' te be taken and destroyed, speak settled until Ged settles it We needed at Atlanta. Prayer at Seuth Mount- them their true way of waiting, in Hew the llemr Mav lie lleautlflrd at a to the inner side of one of the , Trllllnjr Kxpenm. for the com "Oh!'1 faithful, patient Prayer at Gettysburg. evil of the things that they understand Ged in the 120 years of our past na- ain. yieces ether ribbons se slanted m There need be no ugly, uncomforttional llfe, and we will need him still says semo infidel, 'thenorthern people ing of the kingdom; and that at some net" able corner in nny room "when such as te cress each ether, extending te the is this mero in the next 120 years. Lift up prayed en eno side und the southern time it would certainly come. .Se constant and malignant The following Ls about as fair nn in- a cozy seat as the one illustrated can right side. work of depreciation and scandaliza-tle- n your heads, yc everlasting gates of our pcople prayed en the ether side, and se Xew lay the reverse pieces en each, in regard te our public men that glorious constitution, and let the King it did net amount te anything." And I terpretation of the preamble ns our be constructed. A few beards and some turning under the ribbons at the edges, pretty denim is nil that is necessary. of Glory cemo inl Make eno line of have heard geed Christian people con- space will nllew: ill 6ver the land thcre are these who 'hy net construct such a corner when pasting the parts together, nnd when immortal document radiant founded with the infidel statement, The mnn of noble birth represents iupjOse that the city of Washington is that find you have set plain te me Christ Himself, of royal bleed nnd Di- the house is cleaned? A bread sent complete you willwill work either away the confer of all corruption, while, with omnipetonccl Spell at least eno when it is as of hinges which my Yes; vine descent. He wns the.reallzatlen of lests en wedges nailed te the walls, net right hand. parks and its equestrian word with thrones! At the beginning, as the what with its swinging doer, nnd the case will statuary and its wide streets, and its or at the close, or in the center, northern people prayed in eno way, the highest ideal of nobility, noble in mere than 1.1 Inches from the lloer. It like afrom In ether words, architectural symmetries, and its lovely rccognize him from whom as a na- and the southern people prayed in ehnrnetcr, in power, in deedH, in ability. enn be finished in front by a prettily openribbonseither side. attached te each should be carved or decorated beard painted te the is net only the most beautiful tion we have received all the blessings another way, and Ged answered in his homes, it The far country represents Heaven, cover only at the places in the illustra- - , own way, giving te the North the city under the sun, but has the highest of the past and upon whom we arc nnd the stnte of gler3' with His Father, harmenie with the ether woodwork, for the future. Print that of the government, and where Jesus went after His death and or n curtain or valance may be shirred tien indicated by the cress (X). style of citizenship. I have seen but In one side slip a piece of fine, white., one intoxicated man in the mero than word "Ged," or "Lord," or "Eternal giving te the Seuth larger opportuniresurrection te cmain unseen till the across nnd tacked with flannel, pinked at the edges, for needle, ' six months of my residence, and I de net Father," or "Ruler of Nations," some- ties, larger than she had ever anticitacks and will leek equally as pretty. time of His appearing shall come. The seat, as can be seen, does net and under the crossed ribbons en the think nny man can give similar testi- where between the first word and the pated, the harnessing of her rival.-- , in The kingdom He wns te reecho la silk or mony of any ether city en the Amer- - last The Great Expounder bf the great manufacturing interests, ,until the Messianic kinrrdem of find, linlilintr reach back into the corner nnd the ether put one of the : . . .!. " se much in vogue. Constitution sleeps at Marshfield, inu .uuuuu uuul ..l... niii beard forming the back extends nbeut thread gIe lean continent uiu luimpemaiinu niu it benign Siwnv eer nil the earth ' The gavels of our two houses of na- Mass., the Atlantic ocean still hum- Chattahoochee are Southern Merrimacs, The servants were Ged3 professed two feet or mere above the seat. The If neatly executed this will make an tional legislature will seen fall and ad- ming near his pillow of dust its pro- and the unrolling of great Southern people the nation te whom such top makes nn excellent place for the extremely dainty gift, and the little pejournment of two bodies of men as tal- longed lullaby; but is there net some mines of coal and iron, of which r.ha great interests had been committed. display of a handsome vase or erna- - culiarity nbeut the hinges will puzzel the uninitiated nnd enhance the value ented, as upright, and as patriotic ns one new living who. in the white mar- world knew nothing, and opening The pounds must denote something of the trifle considerably. Chicago Bee- - ' her opportunities of wealth whivh which is the same te all, se that no one ever graced the capitol, will take place. beo palace en yonder hill, net ten minutes away, will becemo the Irradiator wlll give ninety-nin- e erd. outper cent mere of The two or thrce unfertunato at the first can have mere than she ever possessed; and in- nnd yet this sometimes in than another, breaks which you have noticed only of the constitution by causing te be of such a sort THE BLOUSE WAIST. make mere conspicuous the dignity, added the most tremendous word of stead of the black hands of American that it cad be very differently emour English vocabulary, the name of slaves, thera are the mere industrious In Spite of Determined Oppoeltlon It la the fraternity, the eloqucnce, the fidelployed or increased by each one, net se as Popular as Ever. ity which have characterized these two that Being' bofere whom all nations black hands of the coal and iron min- much according te his ability as acAlthough writers, importers and bodies during nil the long months of must bow or go into defeat and an- ers of the Seuth, which are achieving cording te his faithfulness or industry. for her fabulous and unimaglued medistes have condemned the blouse important and anxious deliberation. nihilation "GedV" Such are the words of Ged, the means Again, befogs the approaching ad- wealth. waist, it continues te thrive and apWe put a hale around great men of the of grace, past because they were se rare in their journment of our American congress, "And thera are domes of whlte blossoms presence the redemption ih Jesus, the parently gain by its condemnation. It and power of the Hely Spirit, where spread the white tents, time. Our senate and heuso of repre- it ought te be decidedly nnd forevcr certainly lias net disappeared, for at are plows In sentatives have five such men where settled thnt rib appropriations be made And there wasens went. ths track whsre the opportunities te be faithful and true, recent high class dress exhibits it was war faith, hope, lee, and all the fruits of enco they had one. But it will net be te sectarian schools, and that, the court- And there are senjs where they lifted up one of the decided features of the ele14: the Spirit. Rachel's lament." until after they are dead that ship between church and state in this gant and wonderful display. Fitted The citizens represent all men ever they will be appreciated. The world country be forever broken up. That Oh, you are a stupid man if you de and draped blouses in silk, satin, chiffinds it safer te praise the dead than question seems already temporarily net understand hew Ged answered whom. He is the rightful King, nnd who fon, lace, Indian muslin, velvet and the diving, because the departed, hav- settled. I wish it might be completely Abraham Lincoln's prayer in the white live within the limits of His kingdom. brocade were arieusly shown. The He wus going te the far country of ing a heavy pile of marble above them, and forever settled. All schools and house, and Stonewall Jacksen's prayer blouse, once chiefly recommended for may net rise te become rivals. But, institutions, as well as nil denomina- in the saddle, and answered nil the Heaven for the purpose of obtaining its economy, is new a costly confection. adjournment drop tions, should stand en the semo level prayers of all the cathedrals en both this kingdom. But they rejected Him. befero the gavels of j Once it was merely and strictly used and the doers of Capitel Hill shut, befero American law. Emperor Alex- sides of Masen and Dixen's line. Ged's "He caiuu unto His own, and His own for neglige costumes, new it appears at' there are eno or two things that ought ander, of Russia, at his Petcrhef palace, country all the way past; Ged's coun- received him net" Especially did the ment. The seat is made comfortable the most fashionable evening functions, Jews distinctly say: "We w ill net have te be done, and let .us pray Ged that asked me hew many denominations of try nevv.Put his name in your by n thick, soft cushion en top, fastened worn by the most fastidious, and mnde they may be accomplished. More for- religion thcre were in America, I recited Put his name en your en this man reign eer us." of the Christ is coming again te recehe His securely, and three downy pillows are granted most expensive textiles; and cibly than ever befero, congress has their names as well as I could. Then he signs. Put his name en your city and that its vogue in this domain implored te acknowledge Ged in asked me the difference between them, state and national enterprises. Put kingdom and te judge the world (Matt. placed against the walls and nre net been held in plnce by fastenings, but accom- will be short nnd that the blouse has Methodist and there I broke down. The But when I his name in your hearts. We can net 23: our constitution. But net only then, butef themsehes te the comfort of really become toe general te be elected church, a church that is always doing told him that no religious denomina- sleep well the last sleep, until we are there comes n day of judgment te modate using for by the iery particular ones of se- the one them. tions in America had any previleges assured that the Ged of our American nations nnd te indhidunls. things, has in its recent glorious The deWith a rug placed before it nnd a ciety, still its trimness, usefulness, conference requested our above the ethers he could hardly un- institutions in the past will be the Ged struction of Jerusalem waa one ofthes' congress te amend the immortal doc- derstand It The Greek church first of our American institutions in the times; se nre Prevideutinl crises, the table laden with books and a lamp, no freshness nnd adaptability will prevent " The Lutheran church first days thnt are te cemo. Oh, when all hour of revelation of crime long contin- ee.ier nook could be wished in which it from going out of vogue, or nt least ument, which has been the fondatien in Russia. and wall and dome of our United States in Germany. The Episcopal church first the rivers that empty into Atlantic ued in secret, nnd the hour of death. te while nwaj nn hour or two. Prairie out of vor- lrpnernl us. IMtrnfnsliimi- nbie women mny possibly nbnnden it government, by inserting the werds: in England. The Catholic church first nnd Pacific seas shall pull en factory Eerj-- one has te give n strict account Farmer. after this summer, but for cool, neat "Trusting in Almighty Ged." If that in Reme. The Mohammedanism first bands; when all the great mines of of nil that Ged lias intrusted te him. Doing One's Hest. wear under the jacket of n traveling 1 The emperor won- geld and silver and iron nnd coal amendment is made, it will net only in Constantinople. At the close of this parable Jesus That is nil you can demand of people cesiuiue, ler icnnis, ueaung, geinng, please all the geed poeplo of the coun- dered hew It wns that all the denomi- shall be laid bare for the nation; makes a statement of the principle: nnd all one can insist upon from cycling nnd indeed nil simple uses, try, but will please the heavens. nations in America could stand en the when the last swamp shall be re- "Unto eeryene which hath shall be one's self te de one's best in every It was only an oversight or e same platform. But se it is, and se let claimed, and the last jungle cleared, given; nnd from him that hath net sphere and situation. In the shop or what can take its plnce? X. Y. Test accident that the fath- it ever be. Let there be no preference, nnd the last American desert niental even that he hath shall be taken nwny factory, at home or nt school, in the i'f.? Hew te Clean White Veils. from sen te sea the conti- from him:" He lias only true ers who made the constitution no partiality, no attempt te help eno iosses-sieTe clean white veils make n solutieniHa pulpit or cm the bench, the inexorable divlnely worshipful sect nn Inch higher than another. nent shall be occupied by mero than did net insert a .,,.. . ...,vv! of n thing who uses its powers nnd law is the law of doing one's best. ul ...i.i.. I'umui: nuiiji mmi ,... .., veutv ivi uiu txiiic They all, se far as they Washington and Jeffersen and all twelve hundred million souls, may it be forces. IJe does net really , Bontcnce. g "hne" in it 15 minutes. Then press itbe-kf- :' As te whnt is the best, thnt soak amounted te anything, b.cllevcd in the early presidents and all the found that moral and religious Influwhich lie does net make a steppin- is left te the indhidunl, and it is net tween the hands in warm water and,tj "Ged, the Father Almighty, 'the great statesmen of the past have lifted ences were multiplied in mero rapid g-stone te Maker of Heaven and earth, and their veico ngalnst any such tendency. ratio than the population. And then opportunities something better. The our business te set down a canon or soap until clean, itlnse in clear water, pass away, the abilities standard ns te our neighbor's conduct then pour boiling water en a teaspoon- tu Jesus Christ, Ills only begot- If a school or an institution can net thcre shnll be four doxelogles coming k ful of starch, soak the veil In it for a. Let us sweep the snow from our own constitution would stand without the prep of national ap- from north and south nnd east and diminish, the powers wane. The ten Sen." And the fate of these who reject first; let us de the nearest duty lew miuuies uuu men cinp it uetween ;. have been a fallure had it net been propriation, then let that school or in- west, four doxologies rolling toward Christ is just ns certain. There wns a te be done; let us breathe Inte our the hands until nearlv drv. Snreiul for the dlvine interference. The mem- - stitution go down. On the ether side each ether, and meeting ; i convention could agree en of the seu the world has had plenty of with such dash of holy Jey that they fulfillment of verse 27 nt the destruc work nil our manhood or womanhood. towel eer n pillow and pin the luce Cq bers of the tien of Jerusalem, 10 years later, when n'l our earnestness nnd determination. each smoothly ever it nnd let it rem.vlU nothing until, in respenso te Benjamin illustrations of church and stntennlted. shall mount te the Throne net a Christian perished, but mere than Then Ave can peep n little at our neigh until perfectly dry. Franklin's roquest that the meetings be Let us have none of the hypocrisy nnd "And Heaven's high nrch resound egatn n a million .lews were slain. But With pcuce en earth, geed will te men." prayer, the Lord Ged was demoralization born of that relation en opencd by ber nnd see hew he Is getting nleng She lias Connotation te Sell. was but one example of the nnd whether the result is worthy or called en te intorfere and help, and this side of the Atlantic. Let that deIt hns tnken the ingenuity of a Lenv! Pr.nrKTUAi. sunshine occurs en the ruin which must fellow life of sin. . then the way was cleared, and all the nomination cemo out ahead that docs unworthy. Detroit Free Press. Cen woman te transcend all previous' states signed the document; a histor- the most for the cause of Ged and hu- coast of Peru, where, although it may llli Unit. , efforts of either sex te crystallize. thu; Orange Cream Spenge Cake. Men, institution nnd religions be misty occasionally, the blue sky i? ical fact that all the rat torrlers of manity. "That's a bright, boy of yours." always vislble through this whitish Mix by sifting three tenspoenfuls of intangible and turn the emotions into 'Vj modern infidelity can net bark out of getting what they nehicve by their own vell. Porpetunl sunshine when the "De you think se?" sun baking powder with l2 cups of flour. source of re enue. Phe hns consolation I knew that there was an right arm of usefulness, and net by the existence. "I de." horizon exists in In n separate dish bent three eggs until for sale, sympathy pneknges, se te exception te the fact .that the protni-ne- favoritism of government As you re- is above the great also of Africa, the "Has he nny particular bent?" speak, nt se much a pound. IUrndveiyJ desert and light; add Vs cups ei white sugar, men of theso times were geed gard the welfare and perpetuity of our Sahara, the regions of the. "Yes. lie is bent most of the tlme cup of wuter, nnd grated rind of tisement rends: "Sympathy offered vex men. Tem Paine, a libertlne and a set, institutions, keep pell'dcs out of re- iu the ether rainless ever a bicycle." Texas Sittings. earth. these who nre in trouble nnd liatv ttql half nn orange. Fer the erenm use did net bollevo in anything geed until ligion. But new, that I am speaking of napint of milk, one egg, one teaspoen-fu- l one te whom they can tell their Berrows he was dying, and then he shrieked It is re ported that the petrified reThe problem of fencing farm land of corn fcterch, one tablespoonful of Interviews by appointment out for Ged's mercy. And Ethan Allen, tional affairs from a roligleas stand- mains of a whale, eighty feet in length, descendants I have point, I bethink myself of the fact that have been found in the hills north of and city lets has received expensive at- flour, nnd bent ether ingredients tofrom eno of whose 1, Cernell lleef Patties. recelvcd within n few days a confirma- two ether gavels will seen lift and fall, Lompeo, a dozen miles or se back from tention, there being no less than 0,807 gether. Add the milk mid boil till Chop fine remnants of cold fencing devices nnd pest. thick. Flaver with grated rind of retion of the incident I memtiencd in a the eno at St Leuis nnd the ethor at the sen in Santa Barbara count, Call, patents upon beef. Add u slice or two of dried breiwlj recent 6orraen, as saying te his dying Chicago, and bofero theso national con- fernia. maining half of ernnge; spread be- then pepper und sage und n polThe processes of grinding nnd daughter that she had better take her ventions adjourn, I ask that they actween lnj'crs. egg. Stir nil together, meld into The fire commissioners of New Yerk Mether's Christian religion than his knowledge Ged in the platforms. The city will send a team of firemen te ishing surfaces of metal, stene weed or with flour enough te held, und fry K Iteae llloein InMcail of Itlre. infidellty. The article sent me men who construct theso .platforms England te represent that city at the glass mny be accelerated by the employown morning or will read In fashionable clrea-- it is becoming brown. X. i.. Ledger. says: "The story has been denied by are here this ment of any eno of 2,503 intents. coming tournament, in Londen. customary at a wedding te threw rose What lie Wanted. some of ihe Allen family, but theBren-9- Lthesa words. Let no political partj' Leuis Larsen, a window cleaner at family, some of whom were with think it can de its duty unless it an obscured by the net blooms at the bride mid bridegroom In"I wish there was a clnfe The vision tfce dying: girl, aflna that is substan knewledges that Ged who built this the Old Colony building, in Chicago, kf;wlnklng, which taken plnce se quick- - stead of rice. The idiewers of multi- en," said the advanced woman tially true. In ueh a wwuw one eatbieat, and revealed, at the tlgX ferget hU safety Jeket and fell If teea "Se de I," growled kw hwtV tuat tim outer iwage remains iw colored rose blooms are net only very effective, but are Infinitely preferable elub or k windbag I dwt't jMfat ' iliM H wrta mers taas many tins te the dlsMTSf, and who has stories te fawtaat Meattu upon the re Ubs, t me. 11-3- 7. THET ADJOURN. denials." .iii,. .t V 3, Bar-tlrae- us . , 1 - ftrJ.' - rlee St be-cau- se Cern-brea- SCI.-80U- d, , one-ha- lf satin-covere- d sen-ice- , brass-heade- d i vari-coler- ed u:i i . , v; o trrWp pronun-clamente- s. 31-4- ten-tim- es V , - - , Eden-izc'd,a- n nny-thin- side-vnl- aS thntde-Btructie- , nt one-ha- lf one-ha- lf cei-mm- ) well-bea- ckj Wk s iset fp ., teNr42rs.ijMs4ttiee. !S .4' j. . BtUMMr. uAi ,.' $s. ; i'Jj t,W i k V ,4'', ttH it'- - . ' ; yju'jfttiM; wp RHS Hifbeit of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gev't Repert As aa evldesc? et the immensity of the bicycle tire industry, it is given out that a Chicago Company ie bow making 78,000 tires every twenty-fou- r hours. The output for the year will be 1,800,000 pairs of tires. At present there are 1,0)13 men en the payroll. . t ABSOLUTELY PURE CYCLERS' CORNER! WHAT OUll WUEELJIEy ARE DOING. WS , The Editor of Tns Lkdekii Is net responsible ler opinions expressed by Correspondents; tut nothing reflecting upon the character of any person will be admitted te tbese columns Correspondent xrtUnUaie tend Lttttrt te mm tninnrh ,i. ttfti Intd tSnn O n fliis H7 want fad in a few word a petitlbU. m orpelltlcot argwruntt. i ' eun AOKN'ie. The fnllnxrlng are authorized Agnnts fei TH,P0JbuoL(deih In their rcspectlvuloeal- Hies: Minerva Frank W. Hawes. SardU B. O. Grigsby. SprinqdaUO. C. Degmau. Afautticft mere irritating te the cyclist than td have sotne nevico tear along behind him ringing his bell for room te get past, saya Tte Mtcli.ai Cyclist. Practically, the ringing of a bell is an acknowledgment that he is net skillful enough in the art of handling his bicycle te rlde around people, and se de- sires them te get out of his imperial way. Such persons should have matur6 Judgment enough net te attempt te ride in the most crowded parts of the large cities, But they have net. They seem te think that the stroet is made for them aleno, and, at tbeeoundef thoirllttle bell, every one must jump te make w&y for their majesty. The veteran rlders disdain te ask an odds of any situation they may find themsclves in, and are toe proud te let any eno knew that they are in the least discommoded or inconvenienced iu any manner by pedestrains, hmsoraen or street cats. The riuging of a bell is prima facie evidence of a lack of confidence en the part of the rider te navlgate without semo one getting out of his way. is vet-eran Nothing 1 The Satisfaction 1 in Old Age 1 E5 i HE S Is te be and healthy S5 free from care s Brown's s- Spring L- t j? t M Mfrk ,M - w -J Iren Bitters 55 strengthens the aged Es tones the nerves hardens the muscles 55 enriches the bleed. GUARANTEE ZZZ See our new line of ra J ft' Men's If .M Crackerjack Shoes,) 4 .,"1 2 ss should directed, PurcAatt mint? riundtd Iren Hitters, taken as ail te benefit any person sut- Nervous Troubles, in 2 All Styles and Sizes. -- Every pair warranted. . Headache or Neuralgia. Weed, Weakness, lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillMT. 31 27. Progress Shee Stere i: vA0A0A0 sxxa '3$i - A RIDING ON THE RAIL! What the Great Steel Highways Offer te Travelers. t The Louisville Meet L. A. W. Committee en Program have issued the following order which will be received with great applause Lere. We remember hew signally did the parade full when we the state Meet. The '00 Meet Club has determined en an innovation that will be joyfully re ceived by every wheelman who attends the National Meet in August next. That hoary failure nud pitiful spectacle, knew n as the "annual parade," will be left off the program. In its stead there will be a purade of uniformed clubs, well drilled and well dressed, no club having leas than ten members present in uuifeim being permitted le enter the precession This will insure a handsome parudi', net toe long, and will de away with that straggling line of weary and bored looking men and women awheel that has been a bugaboo for teveral years put at National Mectb of the L. A. W. The uulfetmed club idea will prove popular with wheelmen and visitors. Handsome prizes will be offered for the club having the largest number of riders in line, the best uniformed club, and the best drilled club. Already a number of organizations are preparing te come te the Meet. The Illinois Cycling Club of Chicago sent a delegation te this city last week te leek ever the field and engage quarters for 100 men. This club will be handsomely uniformed, and it comes determined te outshine any thing at the Meet. The '00 Meet Club of Denver will be here strong. The Denver '05 Meet Club went clear across the continent te Asbury Park last July, and took first prize for the largest and best appearing turnout In the parade. The prize banner hangs in a prominent place in the Denvcr Wheel Clubhouse, and inspires the members te even greater thing9 this year. It is the intention te have even a larger delega tien at Louisville, and te paint "Denver" across the breadth of this city in even mure lurid lettets than these inscribed along the boech between Ceney Island and Asbury Park last summer. Mr. Newt Crawford will have charge of the club parade. C ufUad Jacob Themas. Subscribers will save the trouble e by paying their subscription te at their ptace Aft. OCCURRING Mrs. Jennie 8tewnrt iff. Camel Kelly 4 Foxworthy Augusta Lcander Tully. Peed Jeseph W. Williams. BluHeSpHnfl-- J. H. Hunter. Dewr Thad. F. Moero. Vanceburg W. J. Jackten. la 1 M letter-writing- - 3&V Ati'j - : u 'i it" II :wfca :::fe VThat WhIcIi for the wheels which will be conspicuous en the stage Wednesday nicht Yeu will sac beauties, well equipTfie Jttilytr's Correspondent Itecenls ped and ready for notion. They will be a Trem That l'leaiant Vicinity. great factor in the annisini; situations AT'ORANOEBURQ. Several from here attended the show at Maysvllle. Prof. Turnlpeecd and Dr. Dnvls of Ohie wcre .here Tuesday. Dr. J. T.Gaines is new receiving bids for the erection of a new heuso next month. Seme of the Methodist Sunday-schoo- l will go te PI'imvllle next Sunday te review together. FOXPORT FANCIES. GetstfU Gleanings lly a Valued Correii'eiul-tn- t In That Hustle Ilrylen. Mrs. Fant Ham Is en the sick list. Bern, te the wlfe of Jehn Trumbo, a boy. 31 tss Kffle Millien's school will cleso Friday. J. W. Goddard is In Grant county canvassing for fruit trees. Trig Solser is rejoicing ever the nrrlval of a twelvo-peunboy. P.E.and I.J. Millien are building a dwelling for 'Squire Millien. Miss. Anna Luman has goue te Cincinnati for a two weeks vUit. Jehn Cassldy and C. Adams are building a cew room te the schoelhouso. Tbe baby of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Marshall was burled Monday. Pearl Millien spent Saturday and Sunday at her grandpa Martin's country home. Miss Cattle Blgden of Petersvtllu left Monday te enter a hospital ui uurse In New Yerk City. d flfteen-months-el- d As n means of enrringe the bicycle is a wonderful vehicle. It will sustnin it greater weight le the proportionate size and according te its weight than any ether machine made. One must remember that the whole of the weight is concentrated upon the miildlu bur, that in turn throwing its weight in a distributa tive sense upon the two rubber tires, which contain the nir. It cun readily be understood, therefore, huw such resistance is offered and hew wheels carry such heavy weights such distances and wear se well. 4 Te p On Mny 17th, 21st and 2 d the C. and O, will t ckcU te Ottawa, Kas., at eno soil round-trifare- -f 19 00. Limit thirty dayp. On abevo account the L. and N. will sell round trip tickets at eno lure te Somerset, via Lexington or Junction City, May 17th. 18th and 10th. lteturn limit May 23d. Ottitirn, Han. New "Cyprus" Shape, Oiy Semi-Porcelai- n. IT'S UANDS03IV! Anil the J'face 1'eh Can 1'urcliase It l Frem State Encampment G. A. It. K, C.D.RUSSELL&CO. VTHE " CHINAMEN."' Please. Tayler Brethers at Washington are Aclling 20 pounds of granulated sugar for $1, six packages Arbjickle's celfec for $1 10, and bcit calicoes at 4 cents per KENNEDY'S CREEK CULLINQS. Belnff fit That Jlemantte lleylen of Slasnn County's I'leturesque Demain. The dally aver.ige of brick turned out at the Spahr brickyard last week was 27,428. Jehn Jarvls of Sbarpsburg visited friends aero Sunday and Monday of this week. Fannie Chain or Manchester Is a pleasant visitor among relatives here this week. William Meenaeb purchased a nlce bunch of hogs from Themas Whaley the first of tbe Iiicyc.ing? Lit me sec, did some one mention riding wheel? Well new that brings te mind some absurd ideas which flit fancifully through our pate (that round bone which holds our brain matter) and from trailing of the comet a few gleaming streaks of light and particles of substance fall off. We were with a parly of youngsters lust week, and the discussion nresc why was the wheel called a bicycle The little fellows argued pre and con until every bit of surplus thought and wagging tongue had been used, but te no geed. We de net knew if tbey knew why yet. Fer their information we speak. HI means two and pyele round, circle; se the words hyphenated make it compound word, which finds its best definition in the visible and popular fad the "silent horse." Ihe "bike" and numerous ether words which stand for t The prevailing fad for the wheel has caught the public, and every effort is bent tewan's showing the wheel, speaking of It or riding it. It bus even gene upon the stage, superceding the water-tank- , the railroad train or the ether sensations which before have been advertised largely te draw crowds. Next Wednesday night a first performance of at our Opera-hous- e a play will be given in which the herte llgurcs conspicuously The ludicrous scenes and screaming!) funny situations into which it throws the players, the nonsensical acts of its followers te upheld it, the vehenunce of its antagonists te smash it arc te admirably put together and worked out as te assure all who attend of a most charming eveuing. The money thus rulscd will be given te the fund for equipping and maintaining a baseball club in our city. liuy a ticket and go. On account of the May Musical Festival the C. and O. will soil round trip tlekcts te Cincinnati, en May 18th te 23d Inclusive at eno fare plus 71 00. These tickets will admit you to the JT(tu JIuhIchI FcHttval. Festival. Beturn limit May 24th. yard. The L and N. Bailread will tell round-triFiem Pacific Health Journal. tickets at eno fare as follews: First, gut a wife; second, be patient. Te Memphis, Tenn., May 14ih, 15th, 10th and 20th, en account of Weman's Beard of Missions Yeu may have great trials and perplexities inyeur business but de net, thereC. P. Church and General Assembly Presby- Reduced Kates. Hew te Treat a Wife. Anticipate Seme of your wants in the Printing line and give me your order terian Church. Te Richmond, fore, carry Ky., May 2etu, 0th and 27tu, tracted brew, Your wife may have triaccount Knights Templar Conclave. als, which, though of less magnitude, Te Paducab, Ky , May 2Mb, 29th and 30th, account State Convention Christian Endcuver may be hard for her te bear. A kind word, a tender leek, will de weuders in Society. te your home a cloudy or con- NOW! lVark Dene H7u'it t'remlHrd. ALLEN A. EDMONDS, MAYSVILLE, KY. chasing from her brew nil clouds of gloom. Te this we would add always On Sunda) the C. and O. will sell round-tritickets from Masville te Cincin- keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough nati at Jl. Tickets pond going en train Ne. 17 Remedy in the house. It is the best and at 8.M a. m.; geed returning en special truin is sure tn be needed sooner or later. leaving Fourth Stret-- t Station Sunday at 7 p. Your wife will then knew that you really m. Itro klyn vs. Cincinnati at Baseball Park care for her and wish te protect her en this dnte. health. Fer sale by j James Weed, Druggist. General Atnicmblu Cumberland Cincinnati and Itetnrti 81 , Mny 17th, Washington Opera-Heus- e! JPrctt-buteri- an the bicjclu t t c On abevo account tbe L. and N.Iinllread will soil round-tritlekcts te lllrmlngham, May 17tb, 18th and 10th, at IU Ki. lteturn limit June 5th. p Church, Birmingham. WASHINGTON FIIIK COMPANV, 1'repi leters. THE L. A. W. NATIONAL CIHCUIT OK 1890 V. C. T. Ejccnralen-Trav- el On t ' fl week. Mrs. Laura Beene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cobb, Is qulte 111 of consumption at her home near Slevens;. Adams county, O. The farmer's heart has been made te rejolce this week en account of the late rains. Everything in the guruen unci field is growing nicely. A quartette of families hud a regular sot-t- e en tbe creek the last of the week. Butcher-knives and clubs were drawn, but nobody seriously hurt from what we cau learn. William Hicks, Jr., staricd to school at Bowling Green Monday, where be will takea threo months course of study at that place te better qualify himself for a position as teacher. SlepbenValentlne passed through horeTucs-dawearing a very long smlle. We chuld net cttrlbute tbe cause te anything mero than be CVCLOMANIACS. had given his granddaughter. Miss Annie In the bend of marrlage te Claude Jeseph It. Clark, President Jenkins, and was present te wltness the nup- Brooklyn Common Council, and y Mat-tingl- As completed and corrected thcNutienal Circuit this year will be conducted accord ing te the following table. The circuit began at Oakland Cal., May 1. The riders. after tilling the California dates, travel East, never doubling en their tracks except in one or two instances for shot t (lis tances: Oakland, Cal Santa lte-a- , Cal SanJese.Cul San Francisce, Cal Santa Menica, Cal Puoble.Col Phoenix, Ariz Tucson, Ariz EI Pase, Tex Sail Antonie, Tex Laredo, Tex Housten, Tex New Orleans, La Little Heck, Ark St. Leuis, Me Kansas City, Me III May 0th May lfllh Muy2Jd May 23th MaylMth account of the United Commercial Trav) ClTV CLEHK'S OlTICB, elers Convention in Cincinnati the C. and O. MavhvilIiE, Kv, May 1st, 1800, ( Uallread will run a special excursion train, Is hereby given Huntington te Clnclnnntl, reaching Cincinnati orNot'ce for tne city of that the Supervisors Maysvllle will meet Taxes 4.45 d. in. stepping mil) at principal stations, nt the Council Chamber en ant which will reach Mu)bvIIIe217 p. ni. Fare for the round trip fl 2. Tlekcts will be geed 14, returning en regular trains, oxcept trains 2 and 4, up te and including train ID Sunday, Mi y for the purpnsn of examining and correcting May 1st .'list. tbe Assessor's list for the car lbOfl. May 2d C. K. BBOSKK, City Clerk. mini 2w lirnmmarti. With The notice! Cbursday, may i$$6, II. C.Sharp J. D. Dye... JohnW.Farley Jehn D.Tayler Jehn II. Bede William Klrwln Jehn McCarthy executive stArr: I ( Managers. i City Bill Pester. Chief Usher. Stage Manager. Doorkeeper. . Reserved 8ents at Nelsen's. J'HEB ATxi AlVlj,I'IBItip, Aranted,""SUuatienu the heading of AIWAVQ INSURE IN THE OLD- - LOUIS II. LANDMAN', M. D. 411 West Ninth stroet, Cincinnati) O.. will be at the Central Hetel. Maysvllle, Kv., en Thursday, June 4th, returning every Urst Thursdny In each month. Olasses adjusted te all persons of vision at popular prlees. Lilt Ohnnfriet Kjlblirytjl ble 4rtMiKmentinder " Help June J. 1st ws , tials. of the Peoria, a dele-gat- e June 6tb JuneBth June 10th JuneliUh June 10th June 20th JuneSId June ad Phoenix ! e Hartferd, Conn. t "Tlme t I I Ne. ePTiciuir, vaac,areFREKleall, Wanted,"" Lett," "t'eutul," tc.,efau acceptanature, and net tn exceed ihrulinci, en thli Tiled niut Flre Tested." June 25th, 20th, 27th Quick ntlJustmentH anil prompt pay. W. N. IIOWi:, Agent. Third stroet. The COAST LINE te AUCKINAC -- Wllllamses are mero numerous in our neighborhood than any nanie we could montlen. We have net fully made an estimate what it would round up te the cquare mile, but it would show up In large figures. We de net wish te leave out a Sweet William net that satire flower that grows in our forests, but from Cbestor.whe has attractions here, and we belle ve that is his best girl, and she has a tlgbter grip en him than we can imaglne, wbleh has the power of attraction. te the St. Leuis Republican Convention, is organizing a party te tour awhoel te the Convention. Mr. Clark is a Moreon man, and he will de a little booming for "the man with the bar'l" as he rides across country. Galesburg, 111 Davenport, la Milwaukee. Wl Superior, Wis July 1st Ne. 37 West TAKE THE I ( Apploten.Wls Chicago, HI Battle Creek, Mich Dotrelt, Mich , Teledo, O , t July July 2d Ollioe July 4th JulyOth JulyOth P. July Itth July 11th 17th, 18th 3 per cent, of the poeple who are lame are affected en the left side. Charleston, 8. 0., has voted unanimously te exempt from taxation for five jettrs any factories established tbore, Eighty-fiv- e m m We offer One Hundred Dollars Heward for kuycaseef Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cu e, F. J. CllEKET ie Ce., r Iletc'a Tlila! Ckesey for tbe last 15 years, and bollevo him pwfeetlr honorable In all business trans- MUens aad financially able te carry out any abifgattea made by their Arm. WXST & TRUAX, We Proprietor. Teledo, 0. tbs undersigned huve known F. J. Wholesale Drugglsts.Tolede.O. WjLLDIHO, KlKWAK & MAKVIM, Wholesale Druggists. Teledo O. y HmM's Catarrh Care is taken internally, act-iMt Mnimr 9 Mw twed w awewts awrta- BgJJ "Old Itcminlsconce" never made a but he remembers many things of interest. "I was standing in the New Yerk Store a geed many years age, talking te a physician, when a lady, a mutual acquaintance, came up te us and spoke te the doctor. 'My little boy is weak and puny and pale, doctor,' she said, 'and I wish you would recommend something that would put life in him.' 'Where is the boy?' said the doc ter. 'Here, son,' said the lady, calling a dclicate looking cash boy, who was passing. The doctor looked at the youngster, saw at a glance that what he needed was outdoor exercise, and he recommended It. bi'Get him one of these cycles, and make bim ride it,' said the doctor. The mother did se, and the boy took te tbe ordinary, as a duck takes te a pond. He became an expert rider, traveled at ever the country, and eventually get Inte IiusIhws." Th4 above comes aHtt happened al from Tliu Is LewltvUle. e, well-known new-fangle- Llma.O Sprlngfleld, O Dayton, O Nashville, Tcnn Evanivllle, Ind Cincinnati, O., LOUIBVILLE, KY Erle, Pa Niagara Falls, N.V Bochestor. N. V Little Falls, N. Y Sprlngfleld, Mass Waltbatn, Mass., Bosten, Mass Kcene, N. II Ilrldgepert, Conn New Yerk City Brooklyn, N.Y Plalnfleld, N. J Julj'2Iflt,22d July23th July 28th August 1st August 8d August fith August 7th, 8th ACOUSTlOtb-lBt'. h no Tiles IN A HOUSE WITH eun tdmeliuainctiAdvertUcmenUinecrtedwUh' out pat. If answer $ fail te cemethe flrtttxmcwelnvite as many repetition a ar necettary te secure ehatyouadvertliefer. WcwUh theadvcrtUert tnfcelthattheyarenolimpetino en uiby using eurfree columns. idvcrtUcmcnttean beleftatnuroffleeerient IhrciuohthrmalUe PUllhlC hEDQKIl COMPANY, Nil WE. Third Street. WANTED. ANTKD- - A Kentle Herse and geed Surrey. Must be cheap. Apply at this utnee. It Iw rir w August 18th August 20th August 23d August 25th Beptomber Ist-fl- d SPECIALTY: SCUKENINO HOUSES TO OIIDISR. or CnUiloeue Vtr Wt Pji FVefflil-lfr- lte L irgml Factories in the World. TUB K. T. HURItOWKM CO, lOUTIANU, SIE. OmOES IN ALL Pre Screens! CITIES. DETROIT PETOSKEY CHICAGO 2 New Steel Passenger Steamers Construction Luxurious Equipment, Artistic Furnishing, Decoration and GHIclent Service, Insuring the highest degree of Four Trips pta Wiik Bctwicn TO PETOSKEY, MACKINAC lean en Improved real estate. WANTED-T- e years at Bunrantemt net cost of only 3te, or ler 10 yearn at tltu. and ether sums In (eclis ly proportion, A. K. COLK A BON. FOB. KXZTT. BENT The upner or lower story of my Heuse en Kwit Third street, or will rent Urce. cool looms for summer boarders. Mrs. (IfcfOUOK T. HUNTEK.OIdOeld Mills. tf 7011 BENT The deslrnble frame Dwelllne en I Hest side et Limestone street, bntween Third and Fourth, new occupied by E. It.llemel. glveu en 1st. Apply te CON 1M1IH-TKaprt7 tt Ilcsldence, Ne. 7 Mrs. LAUftA K. TIIOMA". 8 per cent, bends, run- T70n . Mssift, v ,t ni v w kcsui iuupuu a;nuin acini" RnnuallyBtrirnlNfttlonalHanlcetMavavine, Ky, My TheOretteit Perfection yet attained In Beat ' 1 COHFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY. September 6th Hoptembor'th SoptembcrOth Teledo, Detroit and Mackinac "THE SOO," MARQUETTe, AND DULUTH. FOB 8Af,E On nKNT-Third ilrwt. maylO re& saziS. 8optemborl2th Bcptcmber 15th SeptomberlOth September22d Morlden.Cenn for Sale ! If LOW RATES te Picturesque Atacklnac and Return, Including Heals and Berths. Frent etroit, 913.50. BALE-Ouarant- eed Cleveland, J18; from Teledo, EVERY list from D- w-ni- a v, JJUF4 Bun. EVENING d CeMrler-Jeurn- Desiring te go Beutb, I effor for sale my Septerober 2tlth Asbury Park, N.J Beptember28tb,20th stock of Trentnn, N.J Oetebcrlst Merchandise, Groceries, Hardware, Philadelphia, Pa OoteberM Beading, Pa Ootebertth etc., atMt. Gilead, Ky. Wiikesbarrr, Pa OoteborlOth Washington, I). C OoteborlJth Ihls Is one of the host stands In Masen Louisville being capitalized Is te call at- county. My goods ara all naw and fresh, and I will tention te the National meet of whcelnen U rMcesablr. Oeed Ue et easterners and a paying buiU convening is ibbi city hbeh the aay men a&Wtf Editor, J. L.8ATAOK. Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Ksrliest Trains for all point Kat, Seuth and Southwest and at Detroit (or all points North and Northwest. ttfflesyTrlpsJune.Jurr, August and StpttmtiirOnh. EVERY DAY BETWEEN ay LOBX. LOST A geld sword Stickpin Thursday mera en Vartat avnfiUA. hntween t.xlnften and Weed streets. Finder please leave at Daw. son's grocery, Mixta Ward. maymiw airs. JilLiUir.. PliAlui. Between Butten street and the Christian (jhureh, a pair et steel framed Olasaes. Finder will please return te this eBlee. myU lw -- A ladles rosteMee LOST Plum street. Keiura te this eMee. It lw T OBT-- Oa the Maysrllle and Ml. HJllnjr Pike, heayr 6lek Ja!ri. A (blrabl Cleveland, Put-in-B- j? Teledo ' m & Send for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address A. A, SOHAHTZ,. r.u, DSTftGIT, UIOH. tkd, IMadfwltirsirtteibiswIw. LjS. '."A twirtwfU jL e ftfci'A.5a ,. 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