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HSavv Rains Relieve Dreiurhthv
W&. Conditions in Manv Sections.
.' ,- severe Lecal storms Have tausca &e-
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neus injury 10 we ureps
In Fortlens of Lener MlMeurl nnd Upper
Mlftslislppl Valleys Condition of Cern
In Kentucky Is Splendid Indiana
Wheat Injured by Hint and Fly.
Ciiicaoe, May 27. The reports ns te
thd condition of the crops through
but the country and the genera) effect
of the weather en the growth, cultiva
tion and harvest of feame were Tuesday
made by the directors of the Bcvcral
climate and crop sections. The reports
received at Chicago were as follews:
Abundant rains have rclievcd
dreughthy conditions in the Ohie val
ley and generally in the middle At
lantic states. In the southern states
rains have been of local character and
the dreughthy conditions previously
existing have net been fully relieved
and well distributed rains urc greatly
Severe local storms hnva,causcd seri
ous injury te crops in portions of the
lower Missouri and upper Mississippi
valleys and floods have done seme dnm
ape in portions of Illinois and Missouri
In the central gulf states the corn crop
is being laid by in excellent condition,
but ever the eastern and western por
tions its condition is less favorable
owing te drought.' In the central val
leys except portions of Oklahoma, Mis
souri, Nebraska and Illinois, where
there has been tee much rain, the
week has been very favorable te corn
and early planted has made rapid
growth. Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas
and Eastern Kansas report improve
ment in winter wheat, although there
may be seme rust.
Kentucky Warm, with slightly de
ficient sunshine Heavy showers broke
drought in all sections. Rain tee lata
te fully rovlve wheat, which is still
very short, but eats, hemp, pastures,
meadows and gardens arc greatly im
proved. Condition of corn splendid
nnd fine progress has been niude in to
Indiana Abundant rains improved
crops. Grasses in excellent condition,
wheat headed but Injured by fly nnd
rust in many fields. Cern growing
nicely nnd is well cultivated. Tebacca
plants are set out, rye and eats are in
geed condition nnd barley Is ripening.
Ohie Warm, with local rains, defi
cient sunshine Oats, corn, garden
and pastures show progress. Wheat
heading fairly, but no special improve
ment. Cut worms are hurting corn.
Rye is blooming. Seme strawberries
arc ripe and en the market.
The XV Inrfcru Were Ilaltltnerr, New Yerk.
Brooklyn, Cincinnati and I'litladclphlu.
Innings. 12 3 4 5 8 7 8 8 It II I
Doltlmero.... 00070204 -!3 17 I
Datterlcs McMahon nnd Koblnsen: Hurt
KIsstncer and Murphy. Umpire Lynch.
Innings. 1 2 3 4 5 fl 7 8 B 11 II I
New Yerk..... 2 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 5 IS i
Clevelnd 001201000 4 10 J
Batteries Clarke and Wltaen: Cuppy, 21m
mcr and O'Connor. Umpire bheridan.
Innings 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 It It I
Brooklyn. 03001000 4
LeuUvllle .... 100001010-391
Batteries Kennedy and Uurrell; McDer McDer
metl anil Miller. Umpire Welduiiin.
InnlnRS. 1 23 450780 It III
Wash'nct'n... 0 0 2 I 1 0 1 0 0 5 II 8
Cincinnati ... 3305 1 402 0-18 .0 S
Uattcrleu Mercer and McQulrc; Duycrnnd
Vaughn. Umpire Hurst.
InnlnRS..... 12 3 4 5 8 7 8 9 R H z
Chicago 0 0000010 0162
Philadelphia. 0 2010005'-8 13 1
Datterles Friend and rflttrldgc; Orth and
Clements. Umpires Hendersen and Camp
bell. Hew They Stand.
I P. a
Clubs W. I
Chicago 17 16
Cleveland... 18 10
Bosten 18 12
wushlngt'n 14 10
Pittsburgh. IS II
Baltimore .. 18 U
Phlludelphtu 17 14
l'ewdcr Works Blew Up.
Feut Scott, Kns., May 27. During
a heavy electric storm Tuesday evening-
lightning btruck one of the seven
large buildings of the Laflln Pewder
Ce., at Turck, Cherokee county, Kns.,
and an awful explosion followed, the
llnnie of the burning powder sheeting
300 feet in the air. The report was
heard for 20 miles. The plant was es
tablished in 1S00 and cost 250,000.
Owing te the dlstnnce of the plant from
n telegraph oflice no details can be
learned. It is feared that many lives
were lest, as the factory run a large
The North Amcrlcnn Saengerbund.
St. Leuis, May 29. At a meeting of
delegates from 15 German singing soci
eties, it was decided net te go te the
sacngerfest of the North American
Saengcrbund, as societies. The con
vention will be held at Pittsburgh, Pa.,
en June 8, and the many hundred St.
Leuis members will net attend en ac
count of the inability te secure satis
factory railroad rates.
Farmer Struck by Lightning,
Newukuiiv, S. C., May 27. Ebenozer
P. Chalmers, a farmer of Jalapa, was
found dead In his wagon under a tree
Tuesday afternoon after a thunder
storm, having been, it Is supposed,
struck by lightning. He was a promi
nent citizen. The storm developed in
to a small tornado in the western su
burbs', demolishing several outbuild
ings. Storm nt Chnrlosten, Me.
Chaulksten, Me., May 37. A heavy
wind swept ever this territory Tuesday
morning at 8 o'clock. Hundreds of
shade trees in Charleston were up
rooted. Twe buildings were slightly
damnged and one person seriously in
jured by falling timber. A large barn
en the Ulrd furin, just north of town,
Cel Jehn H. Meshy Critically 111.
Sax Fiuncibce, May 37. Cel. Jehn
8. Mesby, thd famous guerrilla chief,
is critically ill here. 11 e is suffering;
Beeer of Rplender That Defy Description
All Moscow Assembled at the Cathcdnl
te Witness the Coronation.
Moscow, May 37. Tuesday was the
chief day of all theso glven up te the
coronation ceremenies the day up te
which all the provleus days have led
At a little bofero eight o'clock the
special correspondents were allowed te
view the interior of the cathedal, as
only a few of the representative cor
respondents could be accommodated at
the ceremony itself. Plates of geld
cover the walls and there is scarcely
any space that is net coated with pre
cious metals or stones, or painted with
frescoes or portraits of martyrs, saints,
augels, the Virgin or symbols of the
Hely Trinity. In ene shrine, covered
with geld, silver and precious stones, is
an image of the Virgin of enormous
value, under which He the bones and
ashes of the venerated saints.
Over the thrones was a magnificent
square baldachin of purple velvet,
lined with ermine, hanging 4rem the
reef between the two pillars farthest
from the Ikonestas. In the center,
surrounding the baldachin, was an
immense gilded crown. The dais was
surrounded by a glided balustrade
around which the imperial family and
princess would group themselves.
At 0 o'clock the sound of cheers and
rears from the waiting throngs outside
nnneunced that the royal party was
approaching. All Moscow had come te
catch a glimpse of the emperor and em
press and their brilliant suit as they
descended the red staircase from the
Kremlin palace and crossed the inclos incles inclos
ure te the cathedral.
The emperor was in the dark green
and geld uniform of a general of the
guards, with high beets. The empress
was dressed in a silver rebe with n
long train, which was bernd by four
As the emperor and emprese'entered
the cathedral the choir sang I'sahn 101.
The Metropolitan of St. Petersburg,
as the hymn of the choir ceased,
stepped forward and handed the em
peror n missal, saying: "Oratlas splr
ltus sancti sit semper tecum. Amen,"
and bidding him read aloud the ortho
dox creed, which he did in a voice aud
ible te all. This was followed by the
reading of the litany, with prayers for
Ged's blessing upon the czar's govern
ment. The choirs then sang: "Ged is
the Lord," with the response, "Lord,
Save Thy People."
The Metropolitans of Kieff and St
Petersburg then assisted the czar te den
the imperial mantle, made of cloth of
geld, lined with ermine.
After donning the mantle, the em
peror nssumed the diamond cellar of St.
Andrew, the Metropolitan of St. Peters
burg saying: "In nemina patriu ct Ali
us ct spirltus sanctL Amen."
Then turning te the altar the czar
bowed his head te the prclute of Nov Nev Nov
eorod, who crossed his hands upon his
majesty's forehead and said: "Mny
the Lord anoint him with the oil of
joy; may he clothe him with power
and place upon his head n crown of
precious stones of long life; may he
give into his right hand the scepter of
salvatien: set him upon the throne of
righteousness and preserve with his
protection the established rule."
Immediately nfter this the czar re
ceived the crown from the Metropol
itan, of St. Petersburg, and, standing
in full sight of all the people, and still
before the altar, with both hands placed
the crown upon his head. Then, taking
his scepter, In which blazed the famous
Orlell diamond, in his right hund and
the glebe of the empire in his left, he
ascended the dais nnd took his cnt upon
the throne, the empress still standing
in her former place. This was the su
preeo moment of all, and. when gaz
ing 'round the church and seeing rep
resentatives from nearly every district
of this mighty empire, and beholding
the czar sitting en his throne of state,
with the symbols of power given te
him by the highest authority in the
land, one had a realizing sense of the
great power wielded by the man in
whose honor this great function was
At the moment of taking his scat en
the thretiU, the cannon of the arsenal
thundered forth, the bells rang and
the bauds massed outside played the
national anthem. The emperor, uftur
merely occupying the throne for
a few seconds, rose and placing
the sceptre and the glebe en
the table by his side, turned te the
empress, and,, taking off his crown,
touched her forehend with it. She
then knelt befere him en n crimson
velvet cushion, when the emperor
placed upon her head her own crown,
which is surmounted by a large sap
phire. The empress' ladles of honor
fixed the crown en her head with a
geld comb, and robed her in n mantle
of cloth of geld, ermine, lined, like the
emperor's. She was also invested with
the cellar of St Andrew and was led
te her threne by the emperor nnd re
mained seated at his side. The em
peror then resumed his scepter and
orb, and the clergy breke forth into
the magnificent anthem, "Demine Sal
vum Kac Imporaterom," and Dumine
Snlvum Fac Imperatricem," of ceurs'e
in the old Slavonic tongue, the choir
answering "Ad Multes Annes."
C. K. Ilentley, of Nebraska, Likely te He
Nominated for I'realdent.
PiTTSiiuiiOH, Pa., May 37. During
Tuesdny afternoon and Tuesday night
many delegations held caucuses and se
At a general caucus of the delegates
who favor a bread-gaugo platform, it
wns decided te push Mr. C. 13. Ilentley,
of Nebraska, for president; J. 11.
Seuthgatc, of North Carolina, for vico vice
presldent, and T. I). Legan, of Ohie,
for chairman of the national com
mittee. At the meeting of the
national committee tie utmost har
mony prevailed. Mr. Geerge C Chris
tian, of Arkansas, nominated A. A.
Stevens, who Is understood te be
an auti-free sllver man, for tempo
rary chairman. Ex-Gov. SU Jehn, of
Kansas, the free colnage lcader in the
committee, nemiuated Mr. Edward J.
Wheeler, 'of New Yerk., Stevens' jvm
I ELECTRIC CAR,
Heavily Leaded 'With People,
Gees Over the 'Bridge.
Between Fifty and Sixty Persons Arc
Drowned Like Rats in a Trap.
Some Twenty IJscnpcd by Swimming Th
Car Was Carrying Nlght-Heers te the
Scene of a Sham Ilnttle In Hener
of the Queen's Illrthdny.
VicTeniA, B. C, May 37. The most
terrible accident that ever took place
in this vicinity occurred about two
o'clock Tuesday afternoon when an
electric car foil through the Point El
lice bridge into an arm of James bay.
A sham battle at MacAuley point
was en the pregramme as part of the
celebration of the Queen's birthday
and nearly the whole of the population
of the city had geno out te witness it.
Victeria prolongs the celebration ei
the Queen's birthday, mere than many
of the elder cities and celebrates it
mero enthusiastically. The' duy was
practically a holiday In the city.
The electric cars running out te the
see no of the battle had beeaer beeaer
crewded all the' forenoon. Every car
was full, net only inside, but as many
ns could de se clung en the eutside as
The car te which the accident hap
pened contained about eighty persons.
Even the reef was' occupied.
In crossing the Point Elllce bridge it
left the track, crashed through the
railings and fell into the water, 75 feet
below. The fall was se sudden and
unexpected that nil the passengers
were carried down with it
The car floated for a moment and
then was carried down by the weight
of metal work attached te it These
inside were unable te escape and were
drowned like rats in a trap. Seme of
these en the outside escaped by swim'
ming, but many, stunned by the fall or
unable te swim, were .drowned.
It Is believed new that fifty or sixty
persons were drowned, but it Is as yet
impossible te ascertain the real num
ber. It is difficult te learn who was en
the car when it took the fatal plunge,
nnd it is equally difficult te learn hew
many escaped. It will probably be
several days before the real extent of
the disaster can be learned.
As seen as possible the work of re
covering the bodies wus begun nnd is
new being pushed vigorously forward
Up te 10:30 p. m. sixty-two bodies
have been taken from the bay. Twenty
persons known te have been en the
bridge at the time of the nccldcnt are
missing nnd it Is supposed that they
have perished. The car register rIiews
00 fares and it is probable that ever
125 were en beard.
Its Path Whs Half a Mlle Wide and Six
teen Allies I.eni; About forty I'crsnns
Were Killed Outright and Fully That
Dhtkeit, May 27. The cyclone which
devastated the northern portion of
Oak hind county Monday evening swept
n path half a mile wide and 10 miles
long from west te east, clearing the
earth of nearly everything movable.
About forty persons were killed out
right and full' that number were In
jured, seme of whom will die.
The cyclone first struck earth six
miles west of Ortonville and passed
half a mile north of that village. In
these six miles of devastated ceuntrv
before Ortonville was reached, 15 per
sons were killed nnd about twenty in
jured: some fatally.
About eighteen farm houses were de
stroyed in the line of the storm from
Ortonville te Oak weed, but only tVe
persons were killed. Four ethers were
probably fatally Injured and eight or
ten mero or less seriously hurt
The three miles stretch from Oak Oak
weed te Themas Is a scene of heart
rending desolation nnd wreckage.
Everything in the path of the cyclone
was leveled. In and around Themas
the death list is large and many are in
jured. After completing ita work of de
struction at Thomast the cyclone evi
dently separated, ene section going
northeast and doing an immense
amount of damage between Themas
nnd Dryden. In La Pere county, nnd
the ether following a southeasterly di
rection te North Oxford.
After leaving North Oxford, the
path of the southeast cyclene Is marked
nt Intervals until Mt Clemens is
reached, where great damage was done
and many persons injured.
After passing Dryden nnd 'Whlgville,
in La Pere county, the next heard
from the ether storm was in Sani Lac
county, 30 miles away, nt the village of
Amaderc, which wns nearly swept away.
The funncl-shaped cloud struck a mile
west of the village, and in a path half a
mile wide and six and a half miles
long, te the 6here of Lake Huren,
every building was mere or less dam
aged. Tuscola county was also visited by n
wind storm of cyclonic violenco Mon
day evening. Nearly every building
in the path of the storm which started
near Gilferd and traveled directly enst
for b!x miletj, was destroyed. Jes. Mal
burg was hit by a flying beard and in
stantly killed. August, Julius, Fred
and, Edward Haske, Mrs. Julius Haske
nnd Mrs. Urbane, were mere or less
Kx-Gev. Ileberts Withdraws.
Qalvbsten, Tex., Mny 27. Political
circles in Texas were astonished Tues
day by the withdrawal of ex-Gov. Rob
erts from the gubernatorial race. The
"sound money" democrats belted from
the sllverltes and both factious will
put out candidates for the governor
ship. Ullllug l'ltolllres."
Havana, May 35, via Tampa, Fla.,
May 87. Cel. Landa, operating around
Julvlcan, this province, has killed nine
"paclflces" during the labt few days.
All belonged te the farming classes
and were net insurgents. It is said
that 30 quiet people hava been killed
Within that vicinity within a week.
Oathcred Frem AH Part of the Country
At Denver A. IV. Iliiirlins lirnkn nn-
ether bicycle record Tuesday by riding
an unpaccd mlle In 3:04 1-3.
Peter Cenncllv and Jehn Nelnn were
instantly killed Tuesday by the prcma-
vure explosion ei a uinsi in one ei ins
Anaconda mines, Iluttc, Ment
Three storms of unusual Ketrnrltv
swept ever Springfield, Me., Monday
nignt at intervals of two hours, caus
ing thousand of dollars damage.
The bill authorizing the construction
of a brldge across the Missouri river
near llenneville, Me., has become a
law without the president's approval.
Mrs. Martha Campbell, an nged lady,
mother of Wm. Campbell, died Tues
day morning near Granger, la., being
the 31st victim of Saturdav niirht's ter
Hen. J. II. Manley, of Augusta, Me.,
has sent te Chairman Carter, of the
republican national committee, a letter
notifying him that contests have been
filed with htm involving the rights of
The New Yerk court of appeals has
unanimously decided the Italnes liquor
tax law constitutional. Chief Justlce
Andrews wrote the opinion. It was in
the case of Tinsfield against the New
Yerk city excise beard.
Mr. Van Scnden, private secretary
te Secretory Carlisle, returned te Ken
tucky Monday night He reached
Washington Sunday night from Ken
tucky nnd after a conference with Sec
retary Carlisle left quite unexpectedly
Albert Ven Ncida, aged 43 years,
attempted te kill his wife, Charlette,
aged 34 years, and then te end his own
cxistence at the Women's home, 103
Ellswerth street, Philadelphia. The
couple will probably die. Jealousy
was the caubc of the deed
Gee. P. Welden, aged 60, was arrest
ed in St Leuis Tuesday evening. He
is charged with swindling Blech & Ce.,
billiard table manufacturers of Cleve
land, O., out of S1.200 in August last.
Welden was their bookkeeper and get
the meney through forgery.
At the Canas mlne, near Hacnuca,
Mcx., a premature blast occurred, re
sulting in the kiUlng of Perry D.
Stockdale, a wealthy mining expert.
Jese Trcje, the owner of the mine, nnd
another man. The bodies of all the
victims have been rccovercd.
Fire destroyed two-thirds of the east
end of the town of Deseronto, Out,
and nearly a hundred families are
homeless. The Rathbun Cc's big flour
mill, storehouse and elevator, the
shingle nnd lumber decks, the Reman
Catholic church and about one hun
dred dwelling houses were burned.
Most of the houses were occupied by
workmen. The total less will exceed
Fereeast for Wednesday.
WASIll.tOTON, May S7. Fer Kentucky
Partly cloudy weather and prebable local
thunder storms; warmer in eastern portlea;
Fer Ohie Generally fair: light te iresb.
westerly winds; cooler in northern portlea
Fer Indiana Generally fair; westerly winds
Cincinnati, May U.
FLenn Spring patent, 116033.85; spring
fancy, $& 15 1.30; spring family, I2.60ij2.8i;
winter patent. S3.603X85: fancy, tt.lS3.;
family, fJ.60a2.TO. extra, Uli&tlD; low grade,
$l.7K&iOO; rye, northwestern. 82.4S&iOO. de,
Wheat Ne. 2 red nominally quotable at
Cehn Sales: Yellow car, track, 3!c; Ne. 2
track. iSe. Ne. 2 white, track. 31c
Oat-; Sales: Ne. i mixed, traek, 21 He: Ne.
2 white, traek, !3Ke; sample white, track,
Hoeb Select shippers', ML30a3.S5; select
butcbers', 33.2iQ3.30; fair te ceed packers',
4202130. fair te geed light, 13.2533.31; com
mon and roughs, J2. 85 a 3. 20.
Cattle Fulr to'geod shippers, IS.4OS4 0O;
none of the best en sale; geed te choice butch
ers'. 43. 75JM 00, fair te medium butchers', (3.25
(S3 65; common, 8502315.
Sheep and I.amds Sheep Extras. I13SO
3..'0. geed te choice, !l003.2i; common te
fair, aj.CQa2.7S. Lambs-Extras, H15a4.:
geed te cheice, IJ 81 alie, common te fair,
e3.25a3.TI; spring lambs, firm, (3.7535.50; none
of the best en sule.
Veal Calves Fair te geed light, R00
4.50; extra, (4.75Q5.00, common and large,
Weel Unwashed fine merino, 8g8e per lbj
quarter-bleed clothing, ll12e; medium do de do
lalne and clothing, 12c; braid. 1031 le. medium
combing. 12H2KC. Washed, One merino Xt
XX, 11312c: medlum clothing, lS&Mc; dolelno
fleece. 13Uc; long combing, He; quarter quarter
bleed and low, 12c
New YertK, May 28.
Wheat Ne. 2 red. May, 605307 3-16c; June,
(WH3 l-10c; July eexaefc; Scptember,
C5 is-i63Cflj,'e: December, estfc
CeiiN-Na.2, SIV!Kc; June. 3H334c;
July. 353S5Kc; September, 85S36He; October,
Oatb-Ne. 3 dull: state. 20328c; western, 21
2Sc, July, 23ic
Teledo, Q, May 26.
WheatNe. 5 red ensh, 68tfc: May, fliWOi
August, fllfte; September, eje; Ne. 3 red,
Conw Ne. 8 mixed. 27Kc: Ne. 3 de, 27c;
Septcmber, SOKe: Ne. 3 yellow, cash, 28c
Oatm-Ne. 2 mixed, July, 19Mc.
Ciiicaoe, May 28.
Calls en July wheat opened at 695e,
sold at 59Xc, lest prlce 60,V3.e. Puts
opened at (c, sold at S8H5te, last prlce 5Vc.
Calls en July corn opened at t8Hc. the only
price. Puts opened at 28H328Kc last prlce
IUTTSnciien, Pa., May 24
Cattle Receipts fair, market fair.
Hoeb Prlme light and best medium
weights, (3.4533,60. common te fair Yorkers,
(3.4013.45: heavy hogs, (12533.35.
SnEEP-Prlme, (46033.70; geed, U5031M;
fair. (11033.35; common, (26032.60; choice
yearllngs. (1003500, common te geed year
lings, (ItUQisO, spring lambs, 15.003400.
Vial Calves (1503175.
Buffalo. N. V May 28.
Cattlx Steckcrs, fS U33.25; veals, steady,
Hees Geea and weighty porkers, (4603
(3.65; light, 1465: mixed packers, (15533.60:
medlum and heavy, (14V3160; pigs, (1603
S 11 ikp amd Lambs Fair te geed sheen.
(1403175; eulls and common, (I.5CK1125: prlme i
lambs quotable at (5.5035,65; expert sheep,
(4603100 for heavy ewes te choice wethers.
UALTluens, May 26.
Wheat Ne. 2 red spot nnd May, CSHiMVe;
July, 653&5Ke; August, 660; seuthern. 66361)0.
Ceiin Spot and May, 32Vi33JXi June, KK
333e: July, 33H333110: steamer mixed, 31M
331 Me: southern white corn, UHe; de yellow,
Oats-Ne. (white western, SBM35Uei Ne. I
UTE-Na e, near-hy. to&tle: western, 3A
The Fruit 8ehm)ii of 1WW U oleso nt band, snd
A itnt v uiiiiwu ui iiiiiuiiiunir mum ruiuv us.
the lurtrust and met successful Fruit Growers
of the Ohie Hlver Hills te bundle their entire I
l'E ACHES, Ac, &c.
THIS FRUIT IS GROWN ON THE
ELEVATED LANDS, nwvwv
principally In Lewis county, by growers of
long experience, nnd will he mueh superior te
any (frown en the low or Hut lundc. It will be
received by express and placed en the market
the same day it Is jratbered, nnd will be f ur ur
nished te dealers and consumers In first class
ALWAYS GIVEN TO DEALERS, ',,,,
se as te enable them te sell at same prices I
sell te consumers ami inake fair profits.
My supply or Vcifutables will also be nt all
times full und or the very host ijiiullty.
Stock of Fancy and Staple. Orecerles nlwnys
full and complete. licet Quality and Lewest
A special Invitation Is extended te county
people te inake my houee their headquarters
when In our city.
R. B. LOVEL,m
TllK J.TAniSit (IHOCEIl.
Why Pent Yeu
He has the largest and most complete line in the city te
select from, and the price is net in it, considering the style,
make and finish of the Buggy He is offering a handsome
Quarter-sawed Oak BEDROOM SET, (3 pieces) Hand-Polished,
at $44 50; also, a Maheganized PARLOR SUIT, (6 pieces) Up
holstered in best Brecatelle, at $40, which is a bargain It
will pay you te call and inspect my stock of Furniture.
Ne. 11 East Second Street,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand
AND KOK !ULK BY
GEOEGE COI & SOI.
THE MAYSVILLE KEPUBLICAN
WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER.
$1 50 A YEAR!
Address THOS. A.
Dr. J. H. SAMUEL,
Ex.rettdent Rarceen Geed Samaritan Hospital
Rz-actlng Superintendent Lenrrirw
Insane Asylum .1
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGE0N
OmeiAHD assiDiwcB Thlrditreetoppetlte
Call and Examine
Henry Ort's Stock
FANCY ami STA1LE
Did you evor think that relatives or frlends
who have moved te distant places gene West,
perhaps, te grew up with the country are al
ways glad te hear from their "Old Kentucky
Heme?" And did It ever occur te you that a
iingle copy of Tub Maysville Republican
the weekly edition of The Public Ledger con
tains mero home news than you eeuld em
brace In a hundred ordinary letters? And did
It ever strike you that you can send the paper
t your relatives and friends for a whele year
at less cost than you can wrlte a lotter every
week? Besides, don't you think a year's sub
scription te The Kepcbuean would be a pres
ent highly appreciated by these at a distance?
Suppose you try It and hear what they have te
ay en the subject.
DAVIS, Maysvllle, Ky.
the Staff of Life:
HAVE IT GOOD.
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