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Covington Friend (Newspaper) - October 22, 1897, Covington, Indiana Covington oldest. The Best. The people s Friend. Established in 1840.volume 58. No. 12. Covington Indiana Friday october 22, 1s97. Terms $1.50 per tear constipation ?3 fully half the sickness in the world. Ii retains the Dice Steu fuck al too Long in the Bowel and produces bilious Ness torpid liver. Inti Hood spills k visit to Russia. Mrs. Mollie Honan writes an interesting co Ripton of what she saw m the land of the Czar. Gest Ion bad taste coated Tongue sick i Adachi ii Bonu iia Etc. Hood s pills cure constipation and All its Berv sept., is 189t. Where shall i begin Ami what shall i write Yon our trip is Over j prefer their sleeping ears to and we hive settled Down again to j one has so much More room. We expected to leave on sunday but on learning of a special train which was Pat on especially tor the doctors it decided to wait until the next morning. Several of doctor Milonan s friends went on the same train prof. Senn prof. Brower prof. Cotton and wife Roll of Chicago. The russian trains Are slow but comfortable. I really ours Jim. Allenip costs. Study in Berlin. You can hardly had a compartment Lepard a c. I what a grand time we had. J where we could lock our Ujie on y i la s to take with Hood s Barsa Iulla. I. J .1 a a 1i expected the trip to be a Ery those and where one or. J. , it Ltd hard one hut i stood it splendidly. We left Berlin on Friday in dentist. Odir lir a a a a or in. To. F a Ltd k. Re t Covin finn Ini. Or. Frank Luke. Dentist. A la to of in met a iras Bloch. , i m 11 a n a , physician and pharmacist in. Drugs. Oil it Raint it an i in it. Fine Jumars Asp Fialty i Jim Idi a it a Lauri it a. In Iana. To ourselves door when has room to stand up to dress n the morning. At All the stopping places along i to Inpanh with two russian physic a the Way there were committee. Of j a ii one of whom was . Ladies and gentlemen to interpret by his wife. They wore very pleas and be thai we got something to ant and of material Holifi to us when a eat. There were Nice meals pre Uve reached the i is it Ian Border pared All a ionic the Way. The Fried a litre we co iii i not under iian a Chi Ken whip h were served were that was spoken. About two the Best i have tasted since leaving o clock the next morning to reach Home. Cd the in edit of i Oland. The on arriving at Moscow tuesday cd dvrs of the car wore ail lacked evening we were again received by Itiat no a Siiger might step on members of the committee who gave j polish land without a passport us information As to hotel Etc. A i the Imhuf through the train persian be Rifleman. Who studied in and took no All the passports then Oxford University four years and the doors wore up tried and we were Vii Speaks English and russian Pernik used to step out on the plat procured us a Carriage and wont to 1 form where rows of White Apro Ned our hotel with us to see that we a servants were waiting to inspect a Ere a pleasantly situated. When a the baggage. The i Ola dish Cus a a stepped out of the depot the j join dts oils Are the most patient cries of the Carriage Drivers each i persistent searchers i have Ever seen. Beseeching that we take his Carriage i Uch emptying of trunks Valise was bewildering. They begin by a and boxes. It is very amusing to asking two or three times the Price 1 the spectators when the baggage be they expect to receive and after i lungs to someone else. They show a a Nice and a noisy com Jed their Courtesy to the members of petition on the quot part of the Many cab the Congress by not suspecting their a men a bargain i made and the Bai t Ai e. So we enjoyed it Undis passengers Are hastily carried Over t irked. J hey arc very suspicious the irregular cobble stoned streets of books and almost wait to read of Moscow. Liemb Fure they let them pars j every variety of architecture May we i a a great Many confiscated be seen and in every direction of them were detained at the ter the gilded domes of churches in boarders to be returned to the own the Liht. There Are 450 churches her Wien they Are ready to go out if the country. Vou know they fear who political or socialistic in to genre if a in it kit. The polish lan Iguni e is very a Finical but the Kun Sianii a quot Ernie no makes every extort have the Hussian Langu ige take a it Ilace but the people Are Loyal to in Moscow and All of them Are elegant structures. One who has not seen the russian churches cannot conceive of the wealth of Gold once to the Church of our Savior the must magnify cheat one in the City. The body of the Church was crowded with standing and kneeling worshippers. There Are no seats in the russian churches. Doctor Honan s badge As a Delegate cleared a path for us so we were Able to make our Way up to the very alter. The chanting of the male voices unaccompanied by organs was . The Temple is built of White Stone and has the five Golden cupolas characteristic of the russian Church. The principal Portier is supported by massive Marble columns and Granite Steps Lead to the Entrance. The edifice holds 7,000 people and wag erected at a Cost of almost ten millions of dollars. At night the Church is lighted with rows of which follow the Cornice even in the dome. The painting s Are by the artists of the russian school. The service was quite strange to us but 1 shall try not to describe it. After the service we were permitted to go Back of the alter where the records of their wars Are recorded in Gold letters on White Marble. But i must hasten. From this place we drove to the Kremlin the glory of Moscow. The Walls of the Kremlin have eighteen towers and five Gates within the Walls Are palaces churches monasteries the Treasury the Arsenal and the Senate House. We first visited the great Palace. The magnificence of its Interior beggars description a such extents of Marble Halls such a lavish of wealth As will hardly be found out of Russia. The floors of inlaid Wood Are works of Art. Quite near the Palace stands the Cathedral of the Assumption in which the czars Are crowned. We reached there before the service was Over. The Cathedral is so Small As to seem to deserve to be called a Chapel but what a storehouse of wealth it is one sacred picture a one is adorned with jewels Worth Over two Hundred thousand valued ver diamonds Emerald rubies and other precious stones which they of quot one Emerald Bein contain. From one Church the a fifty thousand on a platform in the Middle of the John b sell win lawyer. \ in it it a ind. Win i it Sotu a i of. Or -. A a lion Kivon a Lac i t a Itil ment of a a a quot. In i or a i the tip Nice in l i Kun. Iii .�.-.�. Tit ii a it it a u a of fire. Church of the Assumption in which iii in own i Migue. The government Czar is crowned Napoleon took in i of slicers Are All Tissian and ?11 Legal 1 s 12 six tons of Silver and six cwt. A documents must be in the russian of Gold although the russians had dinner when my husband a Tongue. When we were leaving Ike removed All the greatest treasures Lin or. Watson gave us the name of from the City before the conqueror i a Friend of his for whom we could entered. Call in cae we were arrested in the dwellings and business hous Warsaw. He is a Friend of h yes of the cite Are Low not More la Vernor general and has visited three stories but Many Himi Nhis Palace and thus had a of them Are surprisingly spacious in Good Orpurt iri Ity to know How sus Interior. The largest drug a quot a quot a a a p or pickups i f st ingers they Are. U e Gore 1 have Ever seen is in Moscow Elt program and at eight a a Large bakery unlike anything i have seen in America. Every body rides in Mon cow and i know How sus Are. Escaped any humiliation but a pro Igi a fes it or from Lon it Ion whom we met. Told us he was standing on one of i Church the czars Are crowned. I had not thought of hunger or stated it was four o clock and he thought it would be Wise for us to drive to the hotel before the dinner hour had passed. I left the Kremlin reluctantly. Our persian Friend was our guest at dinner. At seven o clock we went to the r. Proc at eight we went to a reception Given by the ladies of Moscow and it was a de the refined rus j. A. , us tiry i l n Lindley a Lewis. A it i , i. Be i. Iry l a a to. The streets of War a looking at about nine manner Gen the Mai it in his guide Book trying to Jujj Jugg Ujj Ujj Jug by Jug Jug a there was a to ate himself when he was m arc hed i Gre always More carriages than j pm a go a Royal makes the food pure who Ejonie and Delict of. Powder absolutely pure Royal Gaking co. New hoax. Oil to the Violice station by two will do a general Law practice. Others. To understood not a word Money to one of the pc stors told us there Moscow pro and an abundance of delicious refreshments. A lbs _ rent rate a Rok tune a i. 1.1. To it Bop a i it Iilah a a at r it i. R i t in a a Ltd la. Gtd k. Lev . Were Twenty quot quot quot quot a we got Back Aid but he quickly realized he Jujj carriages in the i a Tel about one o clock. Are to oar was under arrest. When the a it olice although the cab Faros Are the chief event of the next Day tation was reached and he explained of one waa my reception at the Palace. Chas. M. Or cab to the chief who he he was Dominii. The ning we drove out to Sparrow Hills was and what Deal when i Recei de an initiation to Napleon caught his first chief was full of Money for his transportation the Palace of the grand Duchess 1 j glimpse of Moscow. St. Petersburg is a Lovely City we both had Good seats. In the evening a grand banquet and entertainment was Given to the members of the Congress at the Arcade or Bazaar. It is an immense building three Story with shops and passages forming a labyrinth. The Interior was Beautiful with electric lights Flowers Bunting Etc. Long tables extended through the passageways on the first floor. Here was spread an a Legart banquet for the thousands of guests present. In the first and second balconies were Small tables from which fruit drinks and Light refreshments were served. At each intersection of the passageways was a platform on which a musical entertainment was Given. These entertainments were going on in different pans of the House quot at the same time so everybody could hear and see. There were Gypsy choruses a chorus of russian men Oue of russian women Sontus and dances by the Graceful Lite people of Little Russia. It was All very novel and of a purely russian nature. I he banquet was wonderful to be. Everyone ate As much As Long and often As he chose. Wine flowed like water. When we stepped out to take our Carriage at one o cock we found the streets and walks crowded with the poor men women and children Many of them laying asleep leaving just room for the carriages to pass. It was a pitiful contrast within the fountains were playing there was Light music feasting and mirth without darkness poverty fatigue and hunger. The next morning prof. Cotton and or. Honan went to the Congress while mrs. Cotton and i went to the reception rooms of the ladies committee where we joined a party going to the Kremlin. Every morning the ladies who were alone met in these rooms where the trips were arranged and interpreters ready to accompany them. It was very Nice As most of the husbands were in the Congress and most of the ladies were timid about going out alone. Mrs. Cotton and i soon deserted the party for we preferred not being hurried and found we could gel Almonti better alone. We spent the entire Day at the Kremlin visiting the tre sur the monasteries climbing to the Summit of the Tower of Ivan Etc. The next Day mrs. Cotton and i Well occupied our time in sight seeing and were joined by our husbands at the picture gallery at one o clock in the evening we drove out several Miles to a Park where a Garden party was Given. I cannot give you the particulars of every Day. Oue Day we that is the Cottons and lion ans were guests of i a local application As they cannot reach a professor of the Moscow University. He was cordial and generous to the extreme took us sight seeing All Day and entertained us at dinner was offended at any Effort to share the expenses of the Day. One eve illuminated with Little tallow lamps. A great Force of men began Early in the afternoon to Light them. There were tire works on the Gulf but we were not so interested in that display. Prof and mrs. Cotton who had intended going from st. Petersburg to London by Way of Berlin now decided to go through Finland Sweden and Denmark with us. A quote were glad they so decided As they were such pleasant agreeable company. We went by rail to Hel Kingfors Finland where we spent sunday. One might Well be astonished to find such Broad streets Granite paved Good Street car system the horses to which All Wear Sleigh Bells Lovely Parks Nice stores Good hotels Etc. We left Helsin Ford by Steamer at 2 00 p. M. Monday and arrived at Stockholm wednesday morning. Our Steamer stopped at Hango and Abo a few hours Long enough for us to see the simple Finland life in these places. The scenery All the Way from ill Kingfors to Sweden is Lovely. Stockholm has the most Beautiful location you can picture to yourself. We enjoyed every minute of our stay there spent the first Day at the exposition. We were at Copenhagen two Davs Long enough to see everything of interest. Prof and mrs. Cotton left us for London at noon and we took on departure at 8 00 in the evening. The three hours water trip from the danish to the German coast was dreadful. The Baltic was greatly disturbed and every person on Board was sea sick. I was provoked that our trip ended like that for i had been Well All the time. We arrived in Berlin the next morning. Deafness cannot be cured a _ _ transportation i Apo Ogies and regrets that a member Cabman Are totally uneducated supposed it was a Courtesy which _ attorney at Law cannot read nor write. When we waa extended to All the visiting but not so Asiatic in character As. In their City. A handed them the card of our hotel ladies or at least to the wives of a Moscow. It is not so isolated As Warsaw is a hustling City not they bad to ask a policeman or All the Dele us. Imagine my sur-1 the other City and hence is More Beautiful but interesting to one Gonie one on the Street to read the prise when on arriving at the Palace j he the world to which who cares to study the character of a address for them. I Learned to i Learned but Twenty five ladies its people. One sees a great Many bargain with the Cabman and mrs. I were invited while there were fifteen amusing things. We were on a Cotton and i went out every Day Hundred visiting ladies in the City uni autos. Init. Will part to in \ to i Sowri. A iii okd Cuk Kiven it i i u l>.,<idt-v i it a it it a aptly a the Adial a it. Of flip a Hardy imi m ins no in. J and s. Orcas Sebee eit. V Riak. W. Bimms. Nebeker amp Simms attorneys and Conas Elors at la i once oter cilia of state Baak. No Takt is or Rife. Street car when one of the pass while prof. Cotton and or. Honan tie fore we were admitted to the re-1 engers who had recognized some were attending the Congress. The caption room proper oar names friends on the Street made known j carriages Are like Low Phaeton so were Given and the invitation list we Are accustomed. We spent five delightful Days in st. Petersburg. The City was seen at its Best decorated and illuminated in Honor of the French president. The fete at Peter of the Czar s John a Martin it torte and Counselor at Lai col Silton ind. A tempt and careful alien too a run to if Mitt Tew a a treated Lobia rare. Office Mayer ort East Corner Public a a Marc. W. H. Cox item al Lai and Lotary Pablic Osco la mock build Imit he Atli Side l Nulle snare Cocks tox 1n1>. T. Late Svigoon. C. W. Diet k. Mtg . Fuel food uyek600d to Dice awyers. Him Over tic Colington banking co. I Subt a pc Siauw a Otibe ton ind by tampering Bis Cane that he narrow that two cannot sit in them looked Over to see that there was Home was the Climax of All we bad wished the car to Stop. After the with Comfort. The Back is Low no mistake. It was a morning re a een. Peter of is about an hour car had gone some distance the con Ductor made known to the Driver that the car was to Stop. The passenger alighted and ran Back perhaps a Hundred Yards to Greet his three gentlemen friends. He rebook bands with them and kissed each of them on both Cheeks carried on a Lively conversation for three minutes kissed them Good by and boarded the car which was waiting for him All this time. An note of the passengers seemed disturbed at the delay it is no doubt an every Day occurrence. At the Market in Warsaw Are seen All kinds of people. One of the most novel was the water seller who bad a Keg of water Board on Bis Back with a Row of drinking mugs hanging to . From the Keg a Long faucet extended quot Forward under the Arm of the vender from which be Drew water for the thirsty at one Copeck a Glass. We had two Days to drive Over the City out to the Palace and see All that is Worth seeing. And uncomfortable and Many of the caption. You know carriages have no backs to the seats. Dubesa Elizabeth is a the gentleman usually places Bis czarina and a grand daughter of Arm around the lady to make her a Queen Victoria. Her husband position Safe. All the Drivers Wear the grand the Czar s Uncle a Long Robe or gown padded in the the grand Duchess a very pretty Waist the More the body is padded the grand and a half s trip by Steamer from the sister of the City. We were fortunate in having with us an aristocratic russian lady the Dib Caird portion of tie ear. There is onh one Way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an int Laincz condition of the a mucous lining of the eustachian tube. When this tube gets Inlo amed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the Inglar ration can be Laken out and this tube restored to its Normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out Are caused by Catarrh which is a oiling but an in tanned condition of the in mucous surfaces we will give one Hundred dollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that can idiot be cured by Hall s Catarrh cure Send for circulars free f. J. Cheney a co., Toledo o. Soul by druggists 75c. Hog remedy. It costs nothing to feed your Boga with or. Haas hog remedy As it who received permission to take us u j j or a a us in extra flesh produced and feed Luto the Czar b private Garden where a. The More aristocratic the Driver. Some of the private carriages Are Beautiful the horses Are hitched has a Sweet sad face. A Large portrait of the czarina Bangs in the reception room. The resemblance of the Sisters is very striking three abreast the one in the Center she was very Lovely and cordial in wearing the High russian Collar her manners. 1 enjoyed a pleasant the harness is Light and daintily conversation with her. Ornamented with Stiver. In st. From the Palace i drove to the Petersburg the Punie carriages Are grand theatre to the opening very Nice most of then having rub a the Congress. While the theatre is Ber tires and Many of them the very Large tickets of admission were pneumatic tires. After having dinner the first evening we walked out on the Street to find All the business Bouses bad closed at 8 00. We retired Early. The next morning while we were still at breakfast the persian gentleman called to Tell is that it was a not issued to nearly ail of the Mem Bers of Congress. All the delegates were admitted and i understood but two letters of the alphabet of those who were not delegates. The wives of the delegates were also Given tickets so i again had reason to rejoice that my husband repro feast Day and that the Arch Bishop seated an association. He was the of the greek russian Charco was to Delegate of the International r. R. Offer no the service. We Doire at surgeon association of America. Private Garden no one else was permitted to go. It is discouraging to undertake to Tell Yon of the lavish illumination the Beautiful fountains and splendid gardens. Great Walls of Light bordered the drive ways. The Palace is on an Elevation. On each Side of the Broad stairway Are rows of j Marble slabs also like Steps Over of which the water fell in cascades under the water were rows of lights bordering the Steps. Fountains played on both sides and the gilded statues glittered in the Light. Now ims ine a Beautiful canal running from the Palace for five Hundred Yards through the Park to the Gulf jets of water springing up on both sides columns of Light Between the jets and rows of candles outlining the canal the effect of the soft tailor Light is More Beautiful to we than electricity. Everything was saved. Use it in time to avoid risk. For Sale at j. P. Buckner s drug store Covington ind. Miller the tailor. Cd get received a All and elegant line of fall and Winter trim Didgs and snit dogs. Call and see me. Experienced Cutter. Alica ning pressing and repairing 9 a 8pkcialty. Basement Mccomas blocks i

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