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t rbniesst1 Ozuieut Wood 1 JonI apd
L Slru Taylbrr the throe young men
flnnt 150 pat cents for U > Ing dra nk
t uiJ dbonlcrly were relciwed Sate r
01ly1 J I lulfrn1 t0111lIhtIaTL 1
ky TaS Oollector Wlllldm Krans
Vcititerfl300Q Saturday nnd
to till council tonight will
alai collection during the
f 30000119 > Cm 60 of which
flr il V Cherry Is preparing lo
his gtdwry Into the building ata
uniritronilway formerly 00011 >
l b1 ta drug atom
Tko Crook 11111 1111n party pf
lety pcolic will mate a crnlne np I
tbo rher tomorrow afternoon leaving i
nr unlock
The revision committee of the
1 beard of education wlltnieet tomorrow
io dctennlno what changes arc to be
matH In the erica and regnbitionsv A
dater ot change ore likely tR In
jjt w M
i 1I l tie rainy KOSOU end with
i jtrs J K Purycar will give a
I picnic and supper at lA Bullo jiirk to t >
niornnraftcrnooti for tho Hnnltams
l Ubalonary Society t > f the First ap
tJinrch Miss Oortlo Iarye ear
ill entertain her Sunday school c 1
at LMMi t ymo and place
mVttorncy L K Taylor qnnllfiol
MA a notary putllo In tbo county coo rt
s luornln
luornlnThere I
ji There wen niDay people out of
doors yestcnlay in tplto of the beat
jjji ibiuty sKlo W thoetrret wed Ibo
rljppularide of edunu t s
Yetcrday naedunu leaf iJdloe t l
fc Talay the same coalition have rre
yallcd Ap rcnty thoni t > PcU
tajj ilrio1 np
a TlJO aunml institute of tho teach
f Lyon county logan l at J < utt wa
brnlng to bo In cciulon cine
TlwatteinuincG Is I one of t tho
h tLC JllstCTT of f ice organlia
lie uwetlns of the carnival com
i that was announced for tonight
thu city ball has Wu postponed I
II tomorrow evening Tonight is p
regular meeting night of the
VInOUT Kentucky will bo pre
p 1 V atta ItoUopark tonight and 1
Ml Thursday It is a strong play
lwl Ir redlisilo tralpra t
k blenth r
I nth lrjtoronVMoltke Tenn came nil
tertoVeltaaihutunlay cnuin g
h fr a ramp who lxaght 01 I
sfgouhi front hl yd d I I
YI1uul Inc 11
flip didnt find I
of Engineer
and Norton t
Hut unlay
rs mail I
tulle a
tullearch I
arch i
jh LL
i f I
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qtr err taI jae 1
> ae
aeTuh I
onev i
ayfi OOk 1i4 peryelI f
bJtJIk4 Grpte dpaid t6rllthIU MII
Viil tWliftlc Pm of Mr IA o
l6jrvbo AWt ° hurt Saturday b r
ettiffknoctcd from Torrrncea grooeri r
w coivvhi nWiis bit bya street car
teas nol Seriously hurt nudls luiprov
jug rariiiljy a
TOO breach of the pcnac ant ylo
hJatlolfof itra So lathrnus again t I
11rMJmepdiSnsUncailianlapllor to j
morrow nfttnioon before Justice Wllle
Jutrtorly court jnilgo tully 111
Ming baa been InKsdon at the court t
hoops jetaT hens t nothing of jrablio In
iciest I I has Iranmilred
Tho mercury alS oVocit ill i s I
afternoon iIler < 1 1111b inlll
callona arc for fair UAl y and Tutor
Miss Haltiv JsusuUr olM
W Y Griffith Ibo dairyman and I
Mtman Ernest Davis a will tutlo young
msnuf the county were mimed at t I
Metropolis jesttrJsy
The Council will huM Its regu
lar meeting tonight at the city hatch I I
chwith considerable bullncji on ban
KJlinggt Columbus
Columbus Kywas the scene tat I
a killing loft week Harry 1carsoo
Jr stabbed a young man named I
Henderson a ion of John lion ci
Ofeon who lira la Ibo rlnr bill
They were drinking and bad been I
quarreling for some time when Pear
IIIOn waited III > tu lien lereoa nnd I
plunged a long blailcil knlo In bii I
tide lUll under the heart Header
ion died and 1caraon has fled
Health it Improving
The doctors report a diminution ol I
disease within the past few days and I
14aria aptly remarked today Straige
to say all of our pstienti arc getting
well During the last few weeks
business for Ibo mcdisti baa been
brisk nod moat ol thciu view the ap
proaching lull with satisfaction and I
relict as It t will prove a welcome yea
Ckrittim Mlniiteri
Ilopklniville Irreapcclive of do
denominational llnta will entertain I
the Western Kentucky Christian I
preachers olden deacons Sunday
Ichool ulttrlolcodenu leachers t aDd I
ofchurch workers at a preachers meet
log July 35 The main day will be
Jnlpda J Wv i v ed fExjrninatpn
totn Vi i lam colurdil who was
IIcui by Nannie Wilson colored
Ilthrough a hip last Friday with a ra
zor was able to attend court Ibis
morning The woman waived exam
waIsaliua and was held In Iho sum of
against Wllllimi continued on week
Epworth Lcayic lceurkJn
The cxcursiorxto Jlclropolis under
the management ut the Kroilli
licagnc ol tbo Tiltubla Klrcet Church
that was postponed last Thursday
night will Wko p ace tomorrow Tues
oday night July 3tft I on the steamer
Nettle Owes
VANTED fyiiritiml l ruorn wanted I
In a small wlfato fnnlly W young
married couple Mnt lit near business
center of cltrVnjl aUojninsi bo rene
onable charge Alilir IlL AJ 3 earo
Sun office f tt
01lIewro of interior J f anu Injurious
flavoring extracts AJk for and lake
only VanCullna Arc and unednller
pint Lemon and Vinilln extracts
made by Jobn VsuCulin Manufactur
ing company i I SOJSt
Tlio Ijullci of tho Mu cabroa will Rive
an cxcprslou to Metropolis on the
salatramerlletllo Owen ThurwUy night
July 1 19 Them Mill aio ht I n rini > < w
at fritfshalt In JfUroiolls Goal
mniiia ItJl
lit J T Taylor baa moved 1 his I
ifllco Into Ibo Usbvalihlaeger Walker I
Ins on Broadway near HlxlbI I I
HlxlbJI I
Syingdrlp toil
ailtntn tMas <
rMri W joII8lon eglltth lay t
Cltotado Jtpetpga forhlII j
SIrr am Ilettlanttlwa ttspent
I1lWatse i Va
Ysy 4
Ilktitlsetertkrlown anyhrdtlyals f
l1cMmltfn ± eManast7 le wlOt a
f tIrdnldbfuthletkWpAfae 1
t11 n bJU t
Mr Jit Aiinsand I JTamUr Colon
T X AtVlni MrB tt K 21rerrwtd
jnnhfcr MIN Myrtle nll ifer w
K tVnroit and wile bars Wednesday
for IVtonkey Mich for a imjoiirn
Mr W B Hamilton left l today for
Dawwn to read Several dale
MastorJUrtcrV SfawarC pen of Dr
P It Stewart is I qnltf ill
Princeton today on banine a > Tomor
jrow he goes to lIor > Un vllle lo attend
the Christian Ministers mr < rtiii
flied Carrie lUn lV will rclye tot
morrow from ilaillsonrillo on a vlull
to relatives 2
Major J II Ahrrall leave l nest
week for Shiloh lo 4o gunk Several
days on badness tronneelefwith the
national park
U S Deputy Marshal NV Loo
Rn Jiiu returned from a visit to hl
mother In North t < 3ar < iUn
Mr OL W Thompson bee gone to
toJI toJ
MM Dale Oovlngton adfer a pleas I
ant vlult to relatives In the city re >
turned to her home In Roulnxton yen
tcnlny <
Mr Robert T tWrtwcll who has
been a thlplrmg elerk at dovlrutton
Drop for pains time baa born pro
motet to the jmltlon of bookkeeper
The VIckubnTif Tiles DUp tchof
trcrnt date MJS i Mr and iMra M <
A BoynMn at their bonus lad Pearl
street entertained lad night IP honor
of their guest Miss Edit ri Klllthorpe
of Piulneah Ky Miss Elllthorrw has
been the recipient of many pleasant
attentions since her arrival vail her
stay is t unfortunately 10 be but too
short She U a goal example of what
Kentucky can do in the way of pretCy
women The evening tloned with
uiuslo and an elaborate sapper Th3
doors jf that bonpltsble home werj
again thrown Ola to receive the manl
friends of little Miss Jlnby Smith
Deport Texas a niece of Mm Do
son amt at press hour scores of B
lent lads and charming buxif W
enjoying themselves to the fullest
Mr Aaron Untie has returned fro
weeks absencK
Mr 0 1C Ionan of ParlsTenn
bflere doa vlult
Mr J liTMtnn of M aphis Is at
Ih lln r
Mr S K Ifaynes of Morgahfleldy k
lho Palmer
Mrs A D Campbell has returned I
to her home in Detroit Mich after a
pleasant visit to Mr T W Baird and I
Mr Dick Clements and wife and
Mr W O MrFadden and wife spent
Sunday In linllirJ county
Conncllman O R Davis daugh
ter Wins May and MrO M Leak
and daughter MIN Ills relnrned yes
tenlay from a wakes sojourn at Creed
Mr Omar Fowler and bride nee
Miss Virgle VVhlttmoore of Mayfield
are UIcl tomorrow on their way
to Mayfield to lw guests I of MIN So
phia Bnrnett while here They were I
married Wednemlay at Murray Miss
Vhittcmore Is I well known In Padncah
having visited here for the past sev
eral summers
Miss Llilzo Vaughan Is visiting Min
Vera llemlerson at Fulton
Master Glenn Smith baa returned l
from a visit to Pryorsburg aocompa
oed bManyr Charlie Marshall and
Willie Watkins who are visiting him
Mrs Chas Heeler and childrenre
turned today to IxralnTllIc accompa
nied by MiT Flnrrin fitter who will
visit there
Mrs Mae Perrlngton anal little
daughter Lucille formerly of this
city but now of St Louis are among
tho eicnrsionlits aboard the City of
Clifton They will make the round I
trip to Rlvrrton and on their return
will visit Mrs Drrrlgtons old home
In Calloway county which she has
not seen for thirteen years c
Mrs W J Weed of Vlucennes I
IniL Li expected this week on a visit
to Mrs Mat RaiaI I
Mrs vlUJle Morton and daughters I
iiid i I Cher lo left today for
< to spent the film
ia filmI I
0 t
J tI I
rell1morl from I
110I I
or the In 1
Will Far
LOST On Direct oar Uoiisjrt
ladles nmbnlli name engraved on
handle Reword for return flies
Irene Scott
Notice of tint Meeting of Creditors
In thy District Court of the Dulled
States for the District of Kentucky
In lie matter of James H Walter
Bankrupt In bnnkrnptey
To the creditors of James IL Wal
ten in the county of McCracken and
district aforesaid a bankrupt
Notice Is hereby given that on the
21th day of JnnelA ol IVOO the Mid
James 1L Walters wu duly lutjiidlcateil
bankrupt and thtt thu first meeting
of his creditors will be hebl at Ihoodlco
of the nndersigaixj referee In tho city
of Padncah conpty of McCracken
state of Kentucky on the llth day I of
July A p IBOOj at 0 oclock In tio
forenoon at which time the said l end
itors may attend prove their claims
appoint a trustee examine the lank
rapt and transact such other business
as may come properly before said
meeting K W Bsgby Referee In
Psdncsh Ky Jane 21 1000
+ r
Notice of first Meeting of Creditor
In the District Court of tho United
States for the District of Kentucky
In the matter of Nniil < on B Jsokson
Bankrupt in bankruptcy i
To the creditors of Kapoleoh iL
Jackson In the ocnnty of McCracken
and district aforesaid a bankrapt I
Notice II herely given that on the
Napoleon 11 Jackson wan duly adju
heated bankrupt and that the first
meeting of his creditors will be held
at the office of the undersigned referee
In the city of Padacah county of Mo
Cracken state of Kentucky on the
llth day of July A D 1800 at B
oclock In the forenoon at which lime
the said creditors may attend provo
their claims appofnt a trustee exam
ine the bankrupt anti transact such
other business as May come properly
before said meetihg I Eo W Dinghy
Referee In i Bankruptcy
dneah Ky June 20 1000
cr has many trying
IrrlncI I
real or small by our I
nNkeeping 1s the
f a woman
re houses
liot alibi
Burton is 1 fill
ells V as folu
traveled for a I
ilngroom turn
sry and soil
to aatisfy them
empenises This
a bit and after i
ilculatlona 1 was
ray services with
they paid my ex
now all furniture
e epeclsllsts one
nor suits another
ultiire another sotai
nd others make only
room fittings Yet each
e sells all ol these things
present five firms each tit
make furniture that dora not
nto competition with the prod
the other four firms Each one
Me five firms pays my expenses
lOne ot them pays me any salary
Item of carfare every hotel bill
air Incidental charges are repaid
e fin times over and its a good
h > foe all my employers Aa for
olfol course It Is good Tor me
sass When I stay at a IS a day
el 1 I make more money thou If I
lied myself to the cheaper ones
Ills end U I sure whose alms are pure
Pleasure punned Is never procured
Cod often amlhys In the mill of a
bUd I
leaven bends lowest at the prayer
They do Bstani business who are
pply Idle
Ahe Lord shows his mind to his
ijsy servants
Ve understand Christ by being mil
He robs the day ot service who robs
ie night of sleep
The popularity will won perish that
paid fdr In principle
Truth tested Is I alone possessed
The bossier la I but a Lubble blower
WhrflfVes for today robs tomorrow
The ultimate crown await Industry
Open tonftsslon jeT from secret
The Bible Is I best verified when prae
All life is a ladder to him who does
u duty xj
Only the sinless and the forgiven CUll
earleN t
i fearless
Tne love that departs from duty II
loweth not Ood 41
nat Is I the best Mendihtp which
makes frtnd better
Not the good that cornea to ns but
the good that come to the world Is
the measure of our success
ruldait U Sill i
Here are two Incidents tftLanittU
of the Nile told by one < oflthe gun
ben erewr One lad who was sta
tioned by a sill box on which be sat
to give out cartridges and keep the lid
close It la I a trylsc berth when asked
for a cartridge he gave none yet be
sat upright his eyes were open One
of the men gave him a push he fell
all his length on the deck There was I
Dol a blemish on his body yet he war
quite dud and was thrown overboard
The other a lad who had the match In
his hand to fire hie gun In the act ot
applying It a shot took oft his arm
It hang by a small piece of skin The
match fell to the deck He looked to
his arm and seeing what had hap
pened seined the catch In his left
hand and fired off the gun before he
went to the cockpit to have It dressed
KipmnuM with Wlnlm TiUsrapkf
Experiments an reported with wire
less I telegraphy during ten dye be
tween Cbsmonlx and the Vallot Ob
servatory on Mont Diane the straight
distance was seven and five oue bon
Jredlha mile and the difference In
height too miles Alter a descrip
lion of the transmitting and receiving
stations the results are summed up aa
follows The experiments were needs
every day during eleven hour The
signals were satisfactory only for a
distance between the oscillator spheres
equal to eight onehundrcdths of an
Inch The absence of water In liquid
form did not Interfere rielther did the
Intervention of clouds Although at
mospheric electricity actuated the ap
paratus several times It did not make
communication Impossible
IIooj Old > r > Taal Tan lo Noah
In the course of the lad year nearly
WW money orders failed to reach the
payees The number of such cases la
u from year to year correspond
loc with the aggregate business In
many cases remitters hold the order
as receipts In other catty failure to
deliver Is due to detective address1 but
the bulk of the toss occurs through the
stealing of letters by persona In the
employ of the payees or remitters
Whenever loss Is reported whether
actual or alleged a duplicate Is I drawn
promptly the Issue of which make the
original void In the last year Ue
number of duplicates Issued was MftS
being an Increase over the pre 14tJ1s
year of IMl I
if ±
new < V UrtlM lloon Aod W lidaws i
A new and greAJM proved style of I
watertight oorsas aaeaaBilows Is I Ibe I
Isg Introdar II
A strong p
groove aron
When ito
nteeoa Ntler ea 111
much thonikt H W1ar >
jhrtf physician C
substaneM are will know
Floss forms of nervous d
It readily traced to the pT
< ring them Further rescirc
to the belief that t plum Is a pre alling
sure of socalled nervous prostration
for the symptoms It produce IM the
servos sitters after Us abrorptlon
lain the bloodare very remarlable is I
deed Experiments physiologically
made upon animals by Orltlo lrol l > res
IOn lions Mayer Paul Helm and oth
era show that alum frequently pro
duce I no visible symptoau for many
days after Its Introduction Into the
body Then follow I lots ot appetite and
other alimentary disturbance and
Anally a serious prostration of the
whole nervoi s system The most prom
mint physicians nuw believe that
nervous prostration and many affec
lions of the nerve from which both
men and women suffer are caused 1 by
the continued absorption ot alum Into
the system It Is probable that many
medical mn are unaware of the extent
to which salts of alumina may be In
troduced Into the body being under
the Impression that the use ol alum In
bread I Is prohibited Alum however Is
still used surreptitiously to some ex
tent to whiten bread and very largely
In making cheap kinds ol baking pow
der In fsmllle where baking powder
1s I generally used great rare should be
exercised to procure only those brands
nude from cream ot tartar The alum
powder may generally be dlitln
gulsbcd by the lower price at which
they are sold
Professor Notti
School fur dancing one more
term Cornet Seventh aol Court
streets Begins Monday July 3
Further particular reduced 1 tcrml
hours eta canal ball Monday
Wednesday and Friday 9 to IS
B m 29Ji
IIIF llwilaa lple l ar list
Tlwlr spflf llmikl h rU ad
Russian tea trades hare received
news that I the great caravans will
shortly start on their long Journey
across Siberia Within recent y au
much of the tea consumed In Rustla
has made IIyt sea voyage from Chinese
tarts to Odessa on the iliad gem bat
Russians v that lea transported ty
aeajosea much In flavor and quality
In consequence of this the largest tea
merchants continue to receive the bulk
or their stock by the overland route
Early In January the caravans arrive
la Tomsk Between the 1st and SOth
of the month 19000 sledges ot lea I are
expected each sledge containing are
pscksgcs of about lit pounds earn
The tea Is not packed In cases but In
stiffened ox hides Five sledges are
tied together and drawn by one horse
The last sledge of each group contains
hay and barley which the horse uf the
next group IjuUlly munches aa be tray
els 1 In consequence of this arrange
meat ths caravans lose 1 no time The
fret horse only who does not feed as
he walks Is I changed from time lu
time The horses are changed In the
vlllagra along the road but as villages
ate only met It often happens that
the horse collapse from overfatlgue
The leaders of the caravan usually
Klrghlx sleep In the sledges although
the thermometer Is often 49 degrees be
low fretting point From the Chinese
teagrowing dlsltcts to Tomsk Is a
years JournrJ caravan
The production of rice In the United
Stales Is becoming quite an Industry
The local poetofflce Is swamped with
campaign literature Chicago Journal
T D Pile the new lord mayor of
Dublin Is well known as a total ab
stinence advocate
There Is only one family In town ex
travagant enough to hire iv tutor and
he also takes care of the furnace
Atchison Globe
Representative Fitzgerald of Mra 1
chuselta says there are too many Wh
elora among the younger members uf
the house
foe ltal men In Italy derive m much
of their Income from foreigner that
most of the students now loam to
speak English and German
Dublin la I to have a permanent me
modal of Queen Victorias visit to Ire
land Among the auigeetlona Is one
for the erection of a statue
A German naturalist baa collected
evidence that monkeys dogs cats
birds and other animals recognize
themselves or other animals In mirrors
and picture
A school teacher lately put the qua
ton What Is I the highest form of
animal life The giraffe N respond
ed a bright member of the doss
don TitHits
The halfbreed Frenchmen or Ca
nicks aa they are popularly termed
form a respectable proportion ot
Maines population In the river and
manufacturing towns
A new educational plan la being tried
In Copenhagen No books are used
buyBtB buyi uis1 ItttnrtCT orally
whn they perform at the same tlmo
ojSe light manual labor
Improved method of cultivating
ne and perfection of the ipachlnery
std In cztracUng the sugar promise to
lrreue Jargey the output of legal
iron the 7iawatlan islands
rNeariyaU thede perate tents that
fcave given Kentucky ail unenviable
reputation hadthclr > rfln lyour clrll 1
arTf LJ bJIn
1 UfKTt
t aaanormsrtiTtiA i
ittnperature wen normsrtiTtiA
rapidly recovered and too > sa
to resume his occupation but hVatlll
coughs a little and there Is some dull
ness over the lower part ot the lung
with broncv sl lcolar > Fealhlng Ills
moltitr ast4 that less Jean ago
when he wit 101ers old r seal
lowed a tack > kile playing llffjn
experienced a slight choking ecnsatlon
al the time but It soon passed away
He bad coughed ever since however
and she consulted several physicians
who ridiculed the Idea of the tick and
fold Let the toy dad bronchitis New
York World
64r i
Tug PJaste1
bnT 512 South Eiertth sired
a e ee
Germ Proof
1 s sssl ejt eeee
i i I
1 hey snake the waters fue
and Sparkling as f r e aI I
For sale only byt t
Big While Store on Broadway
70 I Then whey du yon tell at hall price > I Got lo
move Yes tot lu move and aoqv In the tight tllrwJI
Hon First wo arc going Jo tutht most of our Stock by
SllOfcSjnd htllNlHlllNq tStJOUSi KVEBtTIIINO
IHIIO be sold regardless ut
I Profiti 1 4 I
Cheapest SIlOKS on Karlh l needless to qnoto figures at
1ItICKS WHL UK llJLyKUIXKI Como at once the
time Isaburt 1 until wo mows to our liandiomo new ImiKlinK
311 llroadway opposite 1osge Tills week you will bpd
us at the old stand i
IaOdL i
JOHN J DORIAN 205 Broadway
4 Straw Hat
Yoju should oonaidf4r tho make aa well as
thfPrico Our Straw Hata are of tho
fyI jopkirlsand Knox
m kehich moans that the boat Stru
a well sthobestwota manshipr arts
pl yod ut sir maqufa tUtO i
i 1 XllSe pew lpies l in Roeg r
wc nAs t
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