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iHr been spending a few days in Cincinnati.
iflB&t-)" Mls9 Susie Mi u- N- Schatzmann left
fBBEBkiyeqterday te attend Ruggles Camp
Jame9 C. Newcomb. editor of The lice
and tbe Rinlev Postefllcc. was in the citv
Mrs. . A. Man nun and diuightcr will
leave next week for their home in West
Mta Maud Suicdley of Millcrshiiig tins
returned home after a visit te the MUses
Bland near Sardls
"Jelin Crane and fnmlljvtfcnt te Hugglcs
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pp, ' u. i noemen nas returned iteni
the Vi -culapia and resumed ins duties at
fBank of Maysville
f Colonel J. W. Graham. Division buner-
intendent of the Adams Express, was iu
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schumann of Lex
ington are guests of William Trouts and
family of Market street.
Mises Lizzie Schwartz and Emma Bren
ner left yesterday te visit relatives and
frieuds at Cincinnati and Madisenvillc.
W. L Buttermilk Travel has gene te
-Ilnrredsburg for a few weeks. He wants
te decide which he will buy, the Fair or
Mrs W. R. Dobyns. her two little
daughters and servant, arc spending the
v week witli Mrs. Hal Gray, Ne. 40 West
H. R Brooks has returned from a fish
ing excursion te Middle Bass Island, a
' famous resort in Lake Eric, says The Lei-
inifien Lea tier.
Datte.s has collected $187 as" deg tax.
. ' WnoeriNocouon is very prevalent in
Rl'oeles Camp-meeting commences iu
". Mns Geouee JoNKSef tbe Sixtli Waid
lias a ten-pound son.
(. The colored Baptists of Midway will
build a 50,000 church.
Mrs James Cliften of Greenup was
overcome by the heat.
Geoiiee Sciineidaii of Ripley was
overcome by the heat.
' iMrt. Giiay of tbe Sixth Ward has added
a son te tbe population.
The Ripley Bazoe will seen change from
a weekly te n scmiwcekly.
James Cain has bought the Kimbreugb
Heuse of Carlisle for S,000.
Mns Emily Peahce is moving into the
residence at Fourth and Market.
Sam Jenes will be at the High Bridge
Camp-meeting next Saturday and Sun--day,
A Louisville woman makes a geed in
come by niakiug special shopping trips
. "TnEHE's a new coenMn town." Its
j name is Jehn Ward, Jr., aud its home is
X thn Slrth Wiinl
the Sixth Ward.
Mrs. Careline Frey, formerly of this
city, bes lest four sons by death siucc
the 1st of January.
' Susan II. Hundley and Mary Jehnsen
were taken te the asylum by Sheriff
ij& Chili pays te the United States ?75,-
WO as an indemnity for assault upon the
crew of the Baltimore,
At the recent State Sunday-school Con
vention in Carllsln nvnr SI. 000 wns rnn.
W' tributed for cvanircllc work in Knntimkv.
vV- ' :
ihe ivcuu-sciireeticr Harness Cem
pany yesterday shipped a box of Fitz
gerald s patent stallion shields te a firm
mt Denver, Colerado.
Edward F. Powell tbe confectioner
was overcemo by the heat yesterday. He
was in a serieus condition for some time,
but is new nenrly recovered.
The colored driver of the hack which
brought an eloping party from Paris te
Aberdeen tbe ether night had a big six
shooter sticking out of his coat pocket.
Nicholas county's four candidates for
the Circuit Clerkship bave signed an
agreement that they will neither use
whisky, money, or resort te any improper
means te secure their election.
' At Lexington a woman represented
that a little girl was dead ana without
means of interment. She worked upon
fliA fnnllncra nf evtrvt- linttn nnnnln tn Hin
i?rflxtfnt of n rnnslilernhln nfim nf mnnnv.
The Republican Executive Cotnruittce
of Brown county have recommended
Judge Jehn King and Captain Jehn G.
Rhodes te the Secretary of State for
Buporvlsers of Election for Brown
The receipts of the Louisville Post Pest
1 offlce for the past fiscal year were $350
852 46; the total disbursements, 189;
100 15; net profit te the Postefllco Depart
ment. 1217,102 31. There was an In
crease of 4.07 per ceut. of stamp sales
ever the preceding year.
The biggest picce of street railroad
construction ever known in St. Leuis be
gan yesterday, It will convert into eloc elec eloc
trie reads tbe Cass avenue, Northern Cen
tral Union nnd the extension of tbe
Fraukllu avenue cable The cost will
reach ever 91,500,000, net Including roll-.ingvBteck.'
What We May Expect Hettreen This Time
and Te-morrow Kiening.
rw; Ltwa ait's irc.mKK signals.
mite streamer pahi: Blue iiain or snew:
With Ulaek AnevE 'twill waiivkk irrew.
If lUach'n iikm: vtii cei.KKit 'twill be;
Unless Ulack'm shenu no chanire we'll see.
J3y"The aboe forecasts lire made for a
period of thirty-six hours, ending at b o'clock
to-tnerrow c cuing.
AT TUB 1IEACII.
Tlie poet with ambition tired,
T1il journalistic liack,
The statesman and the man who's hired
Tlie caucuses te pack.
The humorist with sunny brew,
The editor austere.
Sit en hotel piazzas new
And drink their lager beer. .
And us they gaze upon tbe gea
In deen and calm content
They tell exactly who will be
Sharpsburg Fair begins August
Fei: nice, yellow
fancy Bauauas, go te
The Owingsville Baseball Club will
give a hop August 4th.
Themas Higciins of Carlisle was kicked
in tbe face by a horse.
James Ueiiueht, the wbarfmastcr
Covington, is a bliud man
The btreet cars are doing a thriving
business these het evenings. '
What has become of the baseball club?
The season is getting pretty old.
Covington's City Council is kept cool
by electric fans when in session.
Mns. Cassa Ivinnv, formerly of Carter
county, died nt Perry, Me., July 19th.
Geoiiee Emie has declined the Repub
lican nomination for Mayer of Believue.
When werkingmeu adept the rule or
ruin policy they nre berderiug en anarchy.
Monday was the
for eleven years,
hottest in Greenup
The old feel ain't always the biggest
feel. Sometimes it's the young feel who
thinks he is old.
Sme people will never learn hew te
get ouer efl a street car or behave them
selves while en one.
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Frem the tone of its smell it must be
eW gas that is escaping in such quantities
at Third aud Market streets.
A Georeia saloon-keeper has been
forced te pay Sam Small 1500 for a teeth
which lie bad knocked out of 8am's jaw.
A two gallon jug of whisky and poli
tics caused a row in Kenten county which
ended in several persons being badly cut.
The cool wave which has been
premised from the West for several days
has net struck this vicinity very forcibly
Cincinnati's Water-works election is
said te have been worth a nice round
sum of money te Covington and Newport
Charles E. CuiuunIidsTiie Ledoer's
thanks for uay City, Mick., papers, con
taining full accounts of tbe recent great
tire at that place.
J. W. Jennings of Augusta threshed
bis crop of wheat last week. He had iu
about 15 acres and the yield averaged 42
bushels te the acre. .
TiiEBricklayers' Union Ne. 0 will meet
at the G. A. It. Hall, Cox Building, at 7
o'clock te-morrow evening. A tull at
tendance is requested.
D. W. PEErLKS, aged 23, of Lockland,
and Miss Lizzle Leretta Rhciues, aged IB,
of Athens, 0., sailed, into Covington and
By the time trains ou the C. and O.
reach Maysvillc from either direction
they are se crowded that a passenger
getting en here rarely gets a seat.
Jeseph Vilmer of Covington wants
$5,000 from Mrs. Catherine Hcitzman be
cause she called him a chicken thief. He
has sued her for that amount.
Colonel Jeseph D. Peed yesterday
presented The Ledger a hand of tobacco
pronounced one of the finest ever scen
in this section. It was grown in Robert Robert
Republicans sLeuld bear in mind that
Monday,.' the 12th day of September, is
tlie daterset for holding the County Con
vention It is tbe intention te thoroughly
organize in this as well as all the ether
counties in the statu, se lqt nil Republi
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, Just befere a Presidential electien some
newspapers are constantly looking
through their exchanges te find whero
soine llfo-leug supporter of the opposite
party baa come ever te their way of
thinking. Most generally flie fellow who
changes his politics is some Individual
who has become bigger than his party.
Fiiank Bhyant has a ten-pound boy
Queen Victeiua's recent visit te
continent cost $73,000.
Andy Lewe was fined ft 4." by Mayer
Pearcc yesterday for drunkenness.
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Geeikji: Davis, the Poitsmeuth
tiller, carties 90,000 life insurance.
In Philadelphia Tuesday thu mercury
rose te 100 the hottest in fifty eais.
The nomination of Mr. Sbiras te be an
Assoclnte Justice of the Supreme Court
has been confirmed bv the Senate.
At Winchester, Martin Dwvcr alleges
that Ben Jenes nccused him of stealing a
basket and lias sued him for 3,000.
At the Richmond Fair a pointer deg.
hitched te a cart drawing a fifty-pound
boy, trotted a half mile in 1 .30 J.
Tun President has appr6ved the act te
enforce reciprocal commercial relations
between the United States aud Canada.
Winchester is freer from sensations
than any ether place of Its size in the
whole country Is the claim made by The
At a meeting of all pteminent business
men et lacema, asli., tesoiutlens were
passed in favor of allowing Chinese mer
chants te come there.
Themas Giieen, a young farmer of
Bath county, was overcome by heat
while at work ou bis farm aud died from
the effects in a few hours.
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Cmcoe new has a population of only
150,000 less than New Yerk. At the
present rate of increase in the two cities,
iu five years Chicago will be the larger.
The C. and O. will put ou another
train in a few days. It will leave Cin
cinnati in the morning aud tun only te
Maysvillc, returning in the afternoon.
Newport is jealous of CoviLgten he
cause Covington has a special registra
tion law.and Covington is making mouths
because Newport has a five-cent car fare.
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Congressman T. H. Paynter has se
cured for It. C. Biggs, son of Themas
Biggs of Greenup, a radet appointment in
the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis,
Lake Erie, it is said, pieduccs mere
fish te the square mile than any body of
water in the world. This is because of
the result of the geed work done by the
Miss Helen Uenstein of Ripley will
have charge of the Art Department at
Hayswood the coming jear. Miss Ida
Bambach of the same city will teach the
work of painting ou china.
In view of the recent negre uprising
at Paducab the Citj Council has ordered
the police te search all perseus found en
the streets atter w e cieck nt night, ami,
if armed, te put them in jail.
Repuulicans have hopes of electing
the Sheriff in Kenten county this fail
owing te disaffection in the Democratic
ranks. Dan Hemingray is popularly
talked of as a geed candidate.
The Carnegie Steel Company in all its
branches gives employment te mere
werkingmeu than auy ether private in
stitutien in the world, aud yet these
gentlemen are denounced as the arch
enemies of labor.
Dennis Bailey, an ex-Magistrate of
Fraukllu county, leaded up en liquor
Tuesday and made a murderous attack
ou his divorced wife with a pistol. Only
ene of the shots took effect, inflicting a
flesh wound in the shoulder.
There is no truth in the marvelous
stories sent out from Greenup and River River
ten that appear in the Cincinnati papers,
says The Gazitte. They have their source
iu a brain that is influenced by the cash
consideration which he receives for each
"That's an awful rocky beuse." said
Jim Kacklcy as he gazed at the stone
work ou Stilt Russell's new building.
Jim, dodged just iu time te escape a brick
thrown by the Joke Editor of The
The Simpsen County Grand Jury is
making a determinncd effort te discover
the parties guilty of stealing Indictments
from the office of the Circuit Clerk of
the county. A similar theft was recently
perpetrated In Hart county.
The new steam ferry at Chlle has
turned the travel between Felicity and
Cincinnati from the Georgetown narrow
guage te the C. and O. Railway. Soen
as the prescnt mail contract expires the
mail route will be changed te go ever the
C. and O.
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The store of J. B. Bennett at Ar
gentum was broken into ene uight last
week and robbed of about $100 worth of
goods. He fpllewcd his goods te a junk
beat en the Ohie river and arrested
Charles Robertsen aud placed him in jail
at Portsmouth. Since then Mrs. C.
Tackett, who resides near Mr. Bennett,
has been arrested and placed in the
New Train en tke C. anil I).
Beginniug Monday, August 1st, the
Chesapeake and Ohie Railroad will in
augurate new train scrvice between Cin
cinnati and Maysville. The new train,
which will run daily except Sunday, will
leave Fourth Street Depot, Cincinnati, at
I) a. m., reaching Maysvillc at 11:45 a. in.;
returning, it will leave Maysville at 5. p.
in. and reach Cincinnati nt 7:45 p. m.
Steps will be iade(iit all stations. This
makes the train arrangement en the C.
and O, between Maysville and Cincinnati
till ever requirement of the traveling
public, and as there are cheap round trip
tickets en sale botween all stations en
the Cincinnati Division, the increased
traffic Is likely te continue. On the new
schedule, the F, F. V. Westbound will
net step botween Maysville nnd Newport,
and tbe Washington Fast Line will net
step regularly except at New Richmqnd,
Augusta ami oeuiu itipicy.
THURSDAY JULY 28, 1892.
The first bicycle made its
in Beattyville the ether (lay.
Mett is under art est at Marien
murder of his son-in-law, Tebe
A. Baiiten Hei'huhn of New Yerk has
been nominated for Controller of the
m i -
Piiee. Llewi:li.n Evans, late of Lane
Seminary, Cincinnati, died at Bala, Wales,
of heart disease.
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Caui Lahenzv. an Italian peddler, was
held tip and robbed of 110 in cash and
considerable jewelry en Kinniceulck.
A lahee number of people from Lex
ington nnd Central Kentucky have gene
ou nn excursion te Old Point Comfert
Senater Brice says that the million
aire Senators work harder than any ether
kind nnd deseive well of their country.
Themas R. Tayler, an old Confede
rate soldier, died at Lexington, aged 72.
He had been paralyzed for several jears.
Te evade work Themas Wall, colored,
a long-term convict at the Frankfort Pen
Itentiaiy, chopped oil three fingers of his
The Freight Claim Olllcc of the E. L.
nnd B. S. Re'id has been removed te the
General Freight Olllce of the C. aud O. at
A painter known as Happy Jack fell
from a swinging scaffold nt Ashland and
sustained what arc supposed te be fatal
There were sixteen deaths from sun
stroke at Chicago Tuesday and eighty
eight perseus were prostrated by the
heat. Seme of them will die.
Mrs. Sue Phillips of Hendersen, and
Miss Lucy Lue Hill of Lexington. Com
missioners te the World's Fair, were ten
dered an elegaut dining in Lexington
The deadlock in the Democratic con
vention of the Sixth Arkansas District
was brekeu by the nomination of Gen
eral Rebert Neill for Congress en the
The West Virginia Republican State
Convention te be held at Huntington,
August 3d nnd 4th, premises te be the
largest and juest enthusiastic gathering
ever held iu the state, i
The lumber yard of the W. J. Hughes
& Sens Company at Louisville was par
tially destroyed by fire, entailing a less of
115,000. Twe colored boys seen running
away from the fire are suspected.
Nemi Osberne, Darke county, O., Jesse
Mele, a low character, stabbed Jehn
Price, a respectable farmer, witli a pitch
fork, killing him. the two were return
ing from work and quarreled. Mele was
The collections of internal revenue in
the Fifth Kentucky (Louisville) District
duiing the last fiscal year amounted te
friuyjyu.eaa. Unly two ether Districts,
both in Illinois, paid a greater tax under
the revenue law.
Remember, The Ledger prints "Help
Wanted." "Lest." "Found.' and similar
notices net of a business character, free
of charge. The only thing we require is
that the copy be seut in before 9 o'clock
en day of publication.
The aggregate deposit in the banks of
this country is ever two billions. If all
tbe depositors should call for their cash
the same day, every bank would suspend,
and everybody would lese their money.
This is the biggest confidence game ever
played iu any country, says The Alliance
Herald of Montgomery, Ala.
The French newspapers tell of a very
interesting match that came off in France.
Twe women In geed society challenged
each ether te talk fast. Lach was te
utter as many words as possible in a fixed
time. Each woman talked three censec
utive hours. One uttered 203,500 words.
The ether wen the match with 290.000
Among the amendments te the Senate
bill ou Attorneys introduced in the Heuse
at Frankfort was ene providing that here
after no lawyer or firm of lawyers
shall be paid mere than $3,000 for services
rendered the state in any one case. An An
other amendment fixes the salary of the
Attorney General at $3,000. The office is
new wertli from $7,000 te $3,000 a year.
General Field, the People's party
caudidate for Vice-President, had this te
say in Washington tlie ether day: " We
will knock out both the old parties this
time," said he. "We have the figures te
show our strength. We will carry Geor
gia, Fleridat the Carolinas and Virginia,
with a strong possibility of Texas, Mis
sissippi, Alabama and Louisiana, nnd we
will also make great headway in the
Northwestern states. Yeu may doubt
what I say, but I tell you the Democrats
and Republicans won't be 'in if with us
The facts attending the killing of
James Rice, recently of Hopkinsville. at
Cleburne, Texas, have been received.
Rice was sitting in n carriage waiting for
n train when a man named Goodwin,
who was drinking, demanded that the
driver take him down into tlie city, which
Rice objected te. Words ensued, and
Goodwin stabbed Rice, intlictiuir injuries
from which he died. Rice was tlie son of
Clay Rice, one of the most prominent
and highly respected citizens of Caldwell
ceuntv. and was a young man of irro irre
prnuclinblu character and habits
Married, at the residence of the bride
in the Fifth Ward en Wednesday, July
27th, 1892, by Elder T. P. Dcgman.
Gcerge T. Wilsen of Sand Hill, Lewis
county, and Miss Annie P. Parker. This
is the second venture of Mr. W and he
is te be congratulated en making se geed
and wise a choice. A number of friends
came down from Wilsen's Bettem te
witness the happy event. Quite a num
ber of handsome as well as useful pres
ents were bestowed by admiring friends,
Mrs. Mary Wilsen, mother of the groom,
who is 80 years of age, was ene of the
guests. She was cheerful and as lively
as a gin ei iu. May peace ana plenty
ever fellow the pair.
iiKCEii'T rait a aoen TO II A'.
Talk about It.
Write about It.
Speak well for it.
help te improve it.
Ad crtlse In its papers.
Heed country tributary.
Patronize Its merchants.
Elect geed men te olllce.
Help all public enterprises.
Heneu competition in prices.
Make the utniosphcre healthy-
Kaltli exlblted bruoed works.
I'lre nil loafers, croakers and dead-beats.
Let our object be tlie w elfare, grew th and pre-
met Ien of j our town and It 4 people. Speak well
el publlq spirited men, and
ue one jeurscir.
The Natien's railroads earned $8"
000 during May.
arc the rage at all
In English courts a woman is always
required te remove her hat.
The Ripley ferryboat Is being painted
the color of the C. nnd O. cars.
The first banana was brought te
United States about fifty years age.
The Senate has insisted en its World's
Fidr amendments and asked another con
ference. The anarchist claims te be the best
friend of the workingman. but in reality
is his worst enemy.
There has been a total of fourteen
deaths from sunstroke at Chicago during
the present heated term.
R. Gill, a well-to-de furuier of Daviess
county, has sued Biul Lasbbroek for
flO.000 for ruining his daughter.
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Het weather politics does net elect a
President. It is the cool work of the last
week in October that settles the contest.
D. A McDonald of Chicago advertised
for u wife six months age. Monday
afternoon he was. as the result of the ad
vertisement, maided te Miss Nelly Kelly
A warehouse filled with hemp belong
ing te W. J. Loughridge at Lexington
was buined. Less' about "J0.500; insured.
This is the third fire in this factory in the
past six months.
Ehen H. Massev, a pioneer resident of
Aclams county, and a well known steam
boat man, died very suddenly at his home
in Mouree Township from heart disease.
Mr. Massey was 0 years of age.
W. P. Walker, Jr., Freight Traftlc
Manager of the Chesapeake and Ohie has
been extended ever the E. L. and B. S.,
which is new practically beiug operated
as a division of the C. and O.
The latest rumor about Senater David
B. Hill is that he Is contemplating a trip
te Europe. If the Senater jjees te Eu
rope, as St Is said he will, it will be a sig
nal te his friends te draw their knives
aud slash Grever Cleveland.
Aheut one hundred delegates from
Ohie will attend the annual encampment
of the Sens of Veterans, which will be
held at Helena, Ment., August Sth te 15th.
A strong effort will be made te have the
uext encampmcut held in Cincinnati.
The steamship England arrived at New
Yerk with 108 mules consigned te Mr.
Andersen at Bowling Green, Ky.,end ac
companying the animals were two men
under contract te care for them for a
year. The men were detained as con
tract laborers, and will probably be re
turned te France.
Cyrus Heward, a farmer living t.ear
Winchester, O., had a fine horse instantly
killed by a cow The cow bad a young
calf, which a boy was taking away, when
the cow became furious and uncontrella
ble, and attacked the herse. which was
gored te death, after which it Jumped
ever the boy, knocked him down and
seriously injured him,
Dr. A G. Sell mips of Greeuup
county lias sold a half interest in his pac
ing gelding, Celd Deck, half brother te
Geld Dust, te Al Doty of Ohie Furnace,
O.. for $500. Celd Deck was picked up
oil the faim, a six-year-old, and lias only
been in training at Limestone Stock
r arm, this city,
two weeks, and gees in
A patent for a "game apparatus" has
just been granted te Carrie N. Maxwell,
aged 13, and Nathaniel H.Iaxwell, aged
11, children of Colonel S. D. Maxwell.
Superintendent of the Chamber of Com Cem Com
mcrce of Cincinnati. These are the
youngest persons te whom a patent was
ever granted, the eldest being a Ver Ver
menter aged 91. The game is a wonder
fully Ingenious one, and the game beard
an exceedingly beautiful picce of work.
A story is told te the effect that in
Petter Palmer's will, themariy times Chi
cago millionaire, the entirely unique and
original bequest of 8100,000 is made te
Mrs. Palmer's second husband. It is ac
companied by the very scusible statement
that as the testator is an old man and his
beloved wlfe is a young woman nud ex
ceedingly attractive, it is reasonable te
expect that she will both survive him and
mairy again, in which event he desires,
inesmnch as her fortune will be large and
that of her future husband may be small,
te pin ee the latter en a suitable tooting,
and se bequeaths the sum namid.
The new system of weighing whiskies
instead of gauging them, which lias been
In use for a short time, lias had an odd
effect en the distillers. In Ohie the taxes
paid en high proof spirits have been in
creased, becuuse thu spirits which arc
used for blending weigh mere than they
gauge. In tlie whiskies made in Ken
tucky, that is, tlie low proof ones, these
which are iutended for storage, the tax
is less, because thev weigh less than they
gauge, the barrels having bceu made for
storage As n whele, this new system of
ascertaining the amount of liquor in a
barrel is entirely satisfactory, and pre
ferable te the old one of gauging.
The President's Wife Compelled
te Hand Over $10,500.
The Robbery Believed te Be the Werk
of the Daiten Gang.
nendrrds or Cltlicnf, en Ilereeback and
Iu Vehicle, With nope, and Pally
Armed, In I'umult The Ilebbcr
Have Fifteen Minute Start.
El Rkne, O. T., July 23. Et Rene
was thrown into a fever of excitement
at t0:S0 Wednesday morning by screams
for help coming from the bank of El
Rene. The screams were from Mrs. S.
W. Sawyer, wife of the president of the
bank, who had Just been held up by
tu e robbers, who had O;lse robbed the
hank of J10.S00.
At half-past 10 a stranger entered the
fcn nk. stepped up te the cashier's win
dow, and made an inquiry about some
town lets, und then stepped te a desk
and commenced writing. In a moment
another stranger stepped te the cashier's
desk, and presenting a gun at Mrs.
Sawyer's head, demanded that she
hand out all the money In the bank.
She stepped te the vault, and handed
him all the packages of bills in the
vault safe, and what was in the daily
change drawer, aggregating about $10,
The man who was writing at the
desk grabbed the money aa Mrs. Saw
yer handed it through the wicket, and
disappeared out the deer. The ene
holding the gun followed quickly. Mrsv
Sawyer screamed several times and
fell ever in a swoon. The robber
mounted horses and rede away. Mrs.
Sawyer was the only person in the
bank, the president, her husband, beiny
absent in Oklahoma City. He arrived
at home about thirty minutes after the
The robbery is believed te be the
work of the Dal tens, en account of the
manner of its execution. Hundreds of
citizens, en horseback and in buggies,
with ropes and fully armed, axe in pur
suit. The robbers had only about fif
teen minutes' start They were well
mounted and armed te the teeth. They
bended for the Daiten rendezvous, in
the Granite mountains, in the Wichita
Washington, July 2S. Fer Tennes
see, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois
Increasing cloudiness, probably fol
lowed by showers during the afternoon
or night; warm south winds, followed
by cooler weather Friday morning.
Fer West Virginia Lecal showers;
southwest winds, becoming variable;
cooler Thursday night.
Fer Ohie Lecal rains; warm south
winds, followed by cooler Thursday
(p The Heat Causes a Suicide.
Canten, O., July 20. The intensely
het weather and its depressing effects
caused Geerge AL Gray, aged 87 years,
te suicide Wednesday in the presence of
his wife, who was holding a baby.
Gray, with a remark about the weather
continuing warm, drank from a small
vinl containing croton eiL Before his
wife could raise a restraining hand he
killed himself Instantly with a bullet
in the head.
The LedlDW Fir.
Cincinnati, July 23. The great fire
at Ludlow, Ky., Tuesday afternoon,
continued all Wednesday, and was still
smeuldering Thursday morning. The
Standard Oil people new saj" that $75,
000 will cover the less. It Is reported
from Manchester, O., 6ixty miles up the
river, that the smoke from the fire was
plainly been there, and people were ter
rified, believing it te be an approaching
They United the I'urse.
New Yeihc, July 28. The Ceney Island
Athletic club received word from its
agent in Londen Wednesday night that
the Olyrapie club, of New Orleans, had
made an offer of $12,000 for the Ilall
Prltchard fight. The Ceney Island club
at once cabled beck saying they would
offer 115,000 te have the battle take
place in its arena at Ceney island.
W dnemlit) '8 Game.
S I rittstmrph.
i New Yerk
1 LeulsUlle ...
I ISalttmore ....
(CIe eland I
J Chk.ise 7
)bL Leui 0
Hew They ItunU.
Wes. Lest. Per Ct.
New Yerl: 0
Cinctct d s
St. Louts t
Midden Death Frem Heat.
Columbus, O., July 2S. Fred Arm,
a Swiss laborer, aged 2S. wtia the vic
tim of a severe bunstreke Wednesday.
He came from Switzerland two weeks
age, and began work en the farm of Je.
Luft, near Gahanna. At 3:50 he fell
unconscious in the field and within fif
teen minutes expired.
Nhw Yerk, July 2& Emma Geldman,
the friend of licrgman, uas found
Wednesday at 40 East Fifth street She
admitted her Intimacy with Bergman,
but said she knew nothing of the shoot sheet
ing of Frick, and believed ilergman
acted without accomplices.
The Hawaiian Cable,
WABMtxtneN, July 23. The result of
the burvey for the Hawaiian cable, as
bhewn by a report sent te the senate
Wednesday by Secretary Tracy, pre
pared by the Hydegrapher, indicates
that a practicable route can be easily
Iiilnut Mortality at Cleveland, O.
ClkYm.and, (X, July 28. The tem
perature Wednesday was temewhat
lower, und there was a brisk breeze
from the north. Forty deaths from
cholera Infantum, attributable te the
heat, were reported here.
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