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AN AUG OF rnOORBSS.
lFiMj0fen News. Death has aban
doned bis pale vwhite steed for a locomo
tive nnd grip car.
A BURK SION.
Omaha Bee, Confldenco is returning.
The incieasing list of marriage licenscs
is an unfailing indication.
A VALID EXCUSE.
Chicago Tribune. The President may
be excused for net taking much interest
in debates en silver just new.
CONOUATUIiATIONS IN OIIDKK.
Flerida Times- Union. The are
six hundred different cook books
llshcd, and yet we live te tell of It.
THE WAT OK THE Bl'ORT,
Bosten Qlebe. The county fairs will
seen be upon us, and furnish thousands
of well regulated men with an excuse for
attending the horse races.
A CAROLINA NOTE.
. 'Cleveland Plain Dealer. North
.Carolina institution lms added a "school
for journalism" but most aspiring Jour
nalists prefer the Seuth Caielina idea.
NOT WANTED AT HOME.
5. Paul Glebe. Perhaps, after all, it
is geed thing for qur Congressman te
remain in session. Wcre they at home,
it is feared, they might dabble in politics.
ONE FOR USE IN AMERICA.
Cleveland Plain Dealer. The practice
of giving young sprigs of nobility a
dozen names each is perhaps that they
may save at least one untarnished, te
peddle in America.
JEALOUS AND HUNGRY.
St. Leuis Republic. h may net be
amiss te remark again, mere in sorrow
than in anger, that Virginia, Georgia
and Kentucky arc still occupying the
front row at the pic counter.
TnE EASIER WAY.
Detroit Free Prns. What?" Ge te
life nut?" said the sluggard. " What a
waste of my strength it would bcl Te the
picnic I'll hie, and I'll sit by the pic, and
there let the ant come te me."
A TIGHT TRUST.
St. Paul Olebe. The glue manu
facturers of Chicago have formed a trust.
It is safe te say that amid the cencral
loosening going en in business through
'. out the country this trust will stick.
Memphis Appeal Avalanche. -The ven
erable Leuis Kossuth "called the turn,"
te use an expression well understood In
Nashville when he declares that Ire
land's independence was leBt by the
sword, and could be regained only by the
NO D0U11T ALL DUE TO TIlinT SHOES.
Reading World. The ltttle tee Is dis
appearing from the human feet. At a
recent meeting of the French Academy
of Science it was demonstrated that in
the last two centuries the average size of
the tee has decreased se much that in
stead of three Joints it has most fre
quently only two, and that in addition
the nerves and muscles that control it
are slowly becoming useless.
X NATIONAL CAriTOL INCIDENT.
Washington Pest.U happened during
the long vacation bofero Congress con
vened that an unknown lady strolled
into the rotunda of the Capitel. There
-was nobody about but the guides and a
few tourists, and a couple of friends who
-were with the unknown suggested te her
that she try the acoustics of the hall. At
first she demurred, but the idea seemed
te fascinate her. As she steed silent for
n moment, as if waiting for her ac
companiment, something in her easy
pese suggested familiarity with the foot feet
, lights. Then she lifted up her volce and
sang easily and unaffectedly as a bird
nud such singing I It was only a simple
old ballad, but the voice was pure and
.clear, the phrasing flne and elocution
But this was net all. The echoes of
the great deme awoke and joined in the
song until it secmed magnified and ex
panded into a whole great chorus. The
guards and guides crowded in te hear
this impromptu concert, and even the
anxious sightseers, who had allotted
flftcen minutes te "de the Capitel,"
paused te listen. It was grand; it was
inspiring, and the singer seemed te en
joy this realization of her art, which she
could never attain in an ordinary hall.
When she paused a round of applause
aweke ether echoes until it sounded like
the tribute of a great aucience. And
then the singer, realizing her situation,
departed. Who she was no ene at the
Capitel knows, but a remark as she
the doorkeeper, saying that she had
sung in many halls, but nene like this,
gave rise te the surmlse that she wai net
unknown te fame.
&Tlf ieu have friends visiting you, or it you
are aoine away en a vtsit, please drop us a note
te that effect.
J. D. Weed has returned home trem Unit: Unit:
mero. Mrs. Geedman or Mt.
Curmcl Is vlsitlnir In
Kirk leaves Sunday for the
Miss Mary Cady or
relatives In the city.
Cincinnati Is visiting
Mrs. Geerge Schwartz leaves Sunday
Chlcnge and the World's Fair.
James Redmond Is at home alter attending
the G. A. It. meeting at Indianapolis.
Messrs. M. A. O'Hare and P. J. Murphy are
at Chicago attending the World's Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam llredt heve returned
home ufter a pleasant visit In the county.
Hernce Cochran has resumed his studies lit
Center College. He will graduate this year.
Miss Katle Gelden will leave Sunday for her
home at Newport after a pleasant visit In this
Miss Mary Winter or Sprlngvllle Is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Ella McClanahan of West
Mr. and Mrs. Churlcs Hlggurs and Interest
ing little daughter, Miss Edith, have returned
Or. William Henan, who has been en a visit
te his parents In this city, has returned te his
practice In New Yerk.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hunter of Louisville, who
have been the guests or Mrs. H. C. Morgan of
the West Eud, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kehee and daughter and
Mrs. H. C. Kehee and children or Flemings
burg are in attendunce at the World's Fair.
Miss Lucllle Pearce, who has been the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Choneweth for sevcral
weeks, returned te Loxlngten this morning.
Mrs. Lucy Miller, who has been a pleasant
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geerge Martin of East
Limestone street, has returned te her home
Miss Margaret Helser, who guessed near
the total attendance at the World's Fair last
week and secured a ticket, leaves Sunday,
uccempanlcd by Mrs. Elizabeth llrldgcs.
Rebert Uess of Chicago arrived yesterday
afternoon te attend the funeral of his undo,
Professer Jeslah Wilsen. His train missed
connections at Cincinnati and he arrived tee
IF II LX HAD rilESSCD THE BUTTON.
When Cleveland pressed the button upon May
1st at the Fair
And set the engines going new en exhibition
All the people choered and were delighted
When G rover pressed the button at Chicago.
Dut new they see It would have meant six
million dollars mere.
And safe would be the Natien In prosperity
IUeught by the Republicans, who'd been In
If Ben had pressed the button at Chicago.
FIve hundred million dollars lowly estimates
Through fear and Jack of confidence In party
and the "boss:"
The banks are closing all around, the mill
wheels growing mess,
Slnce G rover pressed the button atChlcage.
Add te this the
losses which accrue from
With tariff and the
industries, such sure
Oh, the peer would still be happy, well fed and
all tbese things
If lien had pressed the button at Chicago.
Illinois, with Altgeld, and Chicago, with her
New realize their felly and will vete next tlme
They've lest their reputation and they have no
funds te spare
Slnce Grevcr pressed the button at Chicago.
Doraagegucs lured werklngmen a large ma ma
Jeritv Te vete against thelr Interests and leave the
G. O. P.
New they see hew happy and contentod we
If Den bad pressed the button at Chicago.
The farraers and the laborers, se eager for a
Are very discontented, and th reasen is net
: of party confidence
he market did
When Grevcrpresscd the button at Chicago.
Dankers by the hundred are new reaping thelr
Whlle cautious men llve caref ully and all thelr
meney heard; C
The unemployed are starving, fpr no bread Is
en thelr beard, 1
Slnce Grevor pressed the butren at Chicago.
Easy liquidation terms the debtor saw at hand.
Hut foolish men a genuine prosperity can't
Currency and confldenco might new be strong
If Hen had pressed the button at Chicago.
Our factorles are closing new the latest is
Whlle foreign ones are Bprluglng all around
us think of thatl
Te make a lengthy story ehert, we don't knew
wnere wero at, i
Slnce Graver pressed tp button at Chicago.
Zricia ,t7tC &&
MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
has adopted high
Union Fair Is in progress
Dulev & Baldwin,
OIUce. SOe Court street.
The Winchester Dtmecral was twenty
seven years old yesterday.
Mayer Tyler was re-nominated by the
Democrats at Loulsvllle Tuesday.
One Victer '02 for $100; geed as new.
POWEIl i, ItEVNOLDS.
Mrs. L. V. Davis is new ready te show
the latest a'nd best In fall and early winter
- m m i.-i-.i
The President has signed the com
mission of U. V. Alferd for Surveyer of Pert
The Kentucky Weslcynn College began
business this term with the best attendance In
the history or the Institution.
The attendance at the World's Fair
continues grallfylngly large. The paid ad
missions Tuesday wero 163.5CH.
Yeu can go from Maysville te St. Leuis
by the C. and O. for $7 73. Tickets en sale
September th te ltfth Inclusive
J. B. Orr, Jr., announces himself to
day as a candidate ler Assessor. He Is fully
qualified te fill the etlice for which be seeks.
As AN expectorant Aycr's Cherry Pecto
ral Instantly relieves the bronchial tubes of
the mucus that obstructs and Irritates them.
It is comforting te the residents of
Third street, between LImestone und Market,
te see the grass and weeds disappear from the
TnE copious shewcis of yesterday did
much towards revlvlng the tlewcr gardens In
this city, and wcre they general will no doubt
have seme effect en the river.
On account of the Lexington colored
fair the L. and N. will sell round trip tickets
te Lexington SeptembcrU'th te 10th Inclusive,
geed returning Scptember 18th, ter?2 10.
The piece in yesterday's LEDQEn, under
the head of "And Ne. 11 Is Coming," created
no little talk, and we have received Ne. 11,
which is, "The Man In the Moen." Is thore a
... I .- I m ..,i i.M
The Presbytery of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church will be held In Winches
ter en the d of this month. This will be the
ttrst meeting of that Presbytery ever held In
this section of the state
Railroad tickets te any point at the
lowest posslble rates. Ilaggage checked
through te destination. If you are going te
travel call upon or write te W. w. Wlkeff,
Agent C. and O., Maysville, Ivy.
The success in fitting glasses by Dr.
King's system Is wenderful. If you need
glasses have your eyes fitted by this system.
A. perfect fit guaranteed or meney rofunded.
P. J. Munrnv, Jowelor and Optician,
Successor te Hepper & Murphy.
The improvement in the financial
situation is beginning te be felt in the United
States Treasury. The geld reserve is In
creasing again, and during the first ten days
of September there was an Increase of tl.COO,-
000 In the net cash balance.
Alexander J AuuERwnisKEiis, a Polish
nobleman, yas lined 5 GO by Mayer Webb last
week for selling baloens and these nerve nervo nerve
destreying whistles en the fairgrounds with
out license. Alexander swere in three
languages, but paid his fine In pure English.
The funeral of the late Professer Jesiah
Wilsen yesterday afternoon was largely at
tended by both friends of the deceased and
members of the Oddfellews, there being some
thing ever 130 of the Ledge In attendance
Mr. Wilsen was a geed man, and his geed
name and deeds will long be remembercd.
The first assignment ever made in
Perry county was raade last week under
poeullar circumstances. F. Smller shot at P.
C. Napier with lntent te kill for which be was
arrested and ledged in jail. Shortly after be
ing placed In jail he made an assignment ter
the benefit of his creditors. Assets and
liabilities each about f 100.
A dolt of lightning struck the .steeple
of the Daptlst Church at Shclbyvlllc. It
seemed te divide and glance Seuth. One per
tien struek the upper perch of a tenement tenoment tonement
houso en Uradshaw street, 100 yards Seuth of
the church, splitting two or the columns, and
thcu passed through the second story or an
adjoining tonemont, totally demolishing a
clock en the mantel.
Judee Saufley of the Beylo Circuit
Cenrt is after the progresslvo oucbre players.
In bis Instructions te the Grand Jury he said
that the playing of pregressiva oucbre In par
lors for prizes Is ene or the worst forms or
gambling, and charged the jury te spare no
man or woman In the Investigations. The
Judge's remarks have caused a sensation In
Danville society circles.
Nashville. Tenn., Murch flth, 1893.
The Stockton Medicine Ce., Iftuhville, Tarn,
Qtntltmcn: It gives me exceeding pleasure te
speak et your Antiseptic, as 1 consider it
something wonderful in tbe way of medicine.
My old servant Albert, who Is Ti years old, was
very sick with pneumonia, complicated with
heart treuble and dropsy. I called In my fam
ily physician and gave him overy attention,
but the doctor ttnally told me thore was no
hope, and the only thing that could be dene
was te make him comfertablo until the end.
At this point I decided te glve blm Stockton's
Antiseptic, as It soemed te be performing al
most miracles for ethers. It was given In
regular doses overy three hours and the fuver
began te decrease from the first dese, and a
deolded Improvement was noticed the first
day. In three days he was sitting up and In a
week he was book at his work as usual, and Is
reiralulnir his strength verv fast. I censcien
tieusly bellove It saved the old man's lire. Re
spectfully yours, Frank Skaweiit,
Fer sale by Power & Hoynelds, druggists.
Fresh perk nnd
Huff A; K.nnis.
See the new line of Bouquet Vases,
Hall Rnd Library Lamps at SehntzmnnnV,
Our citizens should feel highly com
plimented by the lurge number of geed
looking preachers within our gates.
Net a particle of quinine nor nny min
eral substance Is contained in Ayer's Ague
Cure, jet It Is a warranted specific for malaria.
The Rev. Jehn Freilric Mereland of
Cincinnati, 0., will preach ht the Ilethel Hap
tlst Church Thursday evenlng, September
Hth, at 8 p. ra.
Bv a resolution of the pupils of Scheel
District Ne. 2 their tlag will be kept at half
mast for the next thirty days In respect te the
memory of Jeslah Wilsen.
ma i n
The contest for the offlce of Sheriff of
Fayette county Is becoming pretty warm
there. There are already four candidates an
nounced for the Democratic nomination.
James W. Fitzgerald announces him
self tn-day as a candidate for re-election te
the offlce of City Treasurer. Mr. Fltzgerald
has served in this capacity the past year and
has filled every requirement te the Queen's
The Mayslick Agricultural and Mechan
ical Association commenced yesterday and
will contlnue throughout the week. This fair
Is the best colored fair In the state. Mat
Fields, who Is known by almost everybody In
the county. Is Its efficient President.
Daniel Bradley, a pupil of the Fourth
District Scheel, aged about 13 years, wblle out
gathering walnuts fell from a tren and dis
located bis neck, mention of which was made
In yesterday's Lf.deer. He was carried home
by a colored boy and died Tuesday night.
One of the signs of the times Is the way
pocket pieces are getting Inte circulation.
Men who have carried certain cherished coins
ter years Und reason for spendlng them, and
silver halves and quarters of old dates are
quite eften received In change. A few of the
old-fashioned big copper cents have also reap
peared, nud small tradesmen de net hesltate
te accept Canadian or Mexican coins at their
At Greenstcln's store can be seen one
of the most novel things in the way of a piece
of woodwork we ever saw. It is a box, or
rather a trunk, two feet and six Inches in
length, feurteen Inches In depth and sixteen
Inches In width. It was made by by J. L.
Luman of the Sixth Ward. It contains 2,700
pieces of eighteen different kinds of weed,
some of which came trem Seuth America.
The different colored weeds and the neut
manner in which they are joined together
make It an artistic piece of work.
IletiolutlenH of JlCMticct.
Pursuant te call the teachers of the city
schools met and passed the following reso rese reso
luteons: Whereas, Dlvlne provldence has removed
from our midst our friend and co-worker,
Ilrother Jeslah Wilsen, aud
Whereas, It Is but.just that a fitting recog
nition of his many virtues be had; thoretere,
Itetelvcd, That whlle we bow with bumble
submission te the will et Him who decth all
things well, we de net tbe less mourn for our
brother and friend who has been takeu from
7?cdeh'i,Tbat in thedeath or Brether Wilsen
tbe community has lest an honest, upright
and usetul citizen, and the fraterntty of
teachers a co-laborer true and faithful even
Iicselrcil. That we tender our heartfelt srm-
pathy te tbe family of our deceased brother
and commend them te the mercy and keeping
of Him who is a husband te the widow and a
father te the fatherless.
Rtselvtd, That a copy of these resolutions be
presented te tbe family and published in the
J. H. Rowland,
ii. V. Williams,
Teachers of Public Scheel.
High Scheel Building, Wednesday, Sept. 13th.
Gcertttr tlurreu'3, Sr I)ten Very
Suthlenly This aterttiuy.
Geerge Burrows, Sr., died at his home en
Ferest avenue this morning at 8 o'clock after
an lllness of only two days. Mr. Burrows
received a rupture seme twenty years age
from which he nover full) recovered, and this
was tbe lmmedlate cause or his death.
Mr. Burrows was born at Richmond, Ky., In
1S30 and came te Maysville many years age.
In 1650 he was united In marriage te Miss
Margaret J, Athcrten, and te this Issue were
born nine children, seven daughters and two
sons, all or whom survive and are unmarried.
He was for many years engaged In the
carrlage manufacturing business, but was
unfertunate in bis business transactions and
retired sevcral years slnce,
The bereaved wife and children have the
sympathy or all In their aflllctleu.
Ne funeral arrangements have yet been
made. The remains will be Interred. In the
atere Chictnie Sleepers.
On ncceunt of tbe Increased travel during
the contlnuauce or the hair fare rate te ChN
cage, the Chosapcake and Ohie will Inaugu
rate additional through ear service
Pullman sloepors by the F. V. V. Vostibuled
Limited (Ne. 3) and the Big Four lloute run
through te Chicago, stepping at Midway
Plalsance and In tbe hotel dlstrlet of the
The half fare tickets apply only by the reute
of tbe through cars.
at a rs villi: we a tiieii.
iruit ire atuu Rrpcrt Fer the Xejct
' Ticcntyfeur Heum.
VhiU streamer vaik;
Dims rain or snew:
WlthBIrtCfc AtlOVE 'twill WARMER
If Bleck's BENBATH COLDF.R'tWllI
Unless Bleck' shown no change
Kb The auee rorecasts are made for a
period of thirty-six hours, ending at 8 o'clock
Duiung the France-German wur the
Germans lest '.'in men from smallpox; the
Te accommodate the large World's Fair
travel the Chosapcake and Ohie trains Nes. 1
aad 2 will new run through, without change,
all cars between Washington and Chicago ever
the Chesapeake and Ohie and Dig Fourreutcs
Belew is a partial list of the fairs te be held
In Kentucky this year;
Ellzabethtewn, September Uth t days.
Winchester, September 12th-C days.
Cynthiana, September 19th t days.
Glasgow, September 27th i day.
Hartferd, September 27th 4 days.
Germantown, Octeber 11th 4 days.
Titer n Is a Heat
In everything. In Ointments Dr. Hale's
Household Ointment stands at the head. It is
effecting mero wonderful cures and giving
greater satisfaction than any ether remedy In
tbe world. Fer cuts, bruises, burns, sprains,
frostbite, chilblains, chapped hands aud lips,
eczema, salt rbeum, plies, etc., It has no equal.
We claim great things for It and guarantee
what we claim. It Is the great pain and skin
cure. Put up In 2."c. and fiOc. boxes. Large
slze cheapest. Fer sale by Power ic Reynolds,
IVerUI'H Fair Train.
C. and O. train Ne. 17, leaving Huntington
at ;40 a. m., reaching Cincinnati at 12:25, neon,
makes direct connection for Chicago, reach
ing the World's Fair City before 10 p. m.
By this train passengers are sure of secur
ing comfertablo scats and avoiding expense
of Pullman sleeper.
Everyone who has taken this train Is de
lighted with It, as it reaches Chicago at a geed
bedtime, and ene can start out te the World's
Fair early the next morning, refreshed by a
geed night's sleep.
Same Wau Here.
The following Item, taken from The LtuU
vlllc Times, Is net only true of that city, but
almost every city In the land, and we think
the people should take heed lest their friends
treat them the same way:
At nearly every public funeral conducted In
Loulsvllle there Is a display or vulgar curiosity
by many people which Is painful te the family
and f riends or the deceased and a subject or
remark te outsiders who witness It.
At a funeral which occurred at a fashionable
church recently this unfeellng conduct en the
part of Inqulsltlve outsiders was particularly
noticeable Peeple who had never known or
even seen the deceased came te chatter and
gape, and this was kept up until the precession
started Ter the cemetery. The friends or the
deceased were disgusted, and expressed them
selves very forcibly.
At such times, If at no ether, the bereaved
family should enjoy an immunity from vulgar
curiosity, and these who persist In regarding
their griet as a spectacular affair show neither
delicacy nor common decency.
Of the Kentucky Conference at
at. E. Church.
The Conference is In full blast this morning.
At tbe roll-call yesterday morning an unusu
ally large number answered te their names.
It is believed that there Is a larger attendance
at this Conferenco than thore has been for
years. Hemes have been provided for 215
people, and most of them have arrived. The
wives or a number or ministers are also pres
ent. The work or yesterday's session was rather
S. W. Pecplcs was appointed te sign railroad
Standing Committees wcre appointed en the
follewing: Widows' and Orphans' Heme,
Beeks and Periodicals, flible Cause, Temper
ance, District Conference Itecerds, Memoirs,
Public Worship, Education of the Colored
Peeple and Epworth League Werk.
Communications from the Beard of Mis
sions, Beard of Church Extensions, Education
of the Colored Peeple, Sunday-schools and
the World's Congress were received and re
ferred te their respective committees.
C. lleswell was elected te collect money te
pay for the publication of the minutes.
The names of trtie Presiding Elders were
called and each gave an account et the work
accomplished In his district.
Jeseph W. King, E. E. Kidwell. W. C. Brler,
Charles W. Clay, James W.Sheckley, James E.
Ferd and James P. O'Neal, local preachers,
were elected te Deacon's erder.
D, E. Bcdlnger and W. A. Cooper, traveling
preachers, wero elected te the orders of
Bishop Isaac Lane of the colored M. E.
Church or America was introduced te the
Conrercuco aud will address the body this
The characters of a number of preachers
wero examined and passed and will be finished
VII es I Vilest Vilest
Dr. Williams's Indian Pile Ointment will cure
blind, bleeding and Itching piles when all ethor
ointments have railed. Hen. Judge W. P.
Coens, Maysvllle, Ky., says: "I have suffered
for years with Itching piles, nnd have used
many remedies. I have used Dr. Williams's
Indian Pile Ointment and been cured, whlle
overy ethor remedy has failed," Every box
Is warranted. Sold by druggists, or sent by
mall en receipt or price, fifty cents and
$1 per box. Williams M'r'a Ce., Preps.,
Fer sale h J. O. Pecer, wholesale and re
Many Prostrations Frem Heat
Along the Cherokee Line.
Se Far Eleven Deaths Have Been Re
ported Frem Sunstroke.
The Itacelute I loom erg. However, Keep la
Line Tbe Therme meter Steed at Oee
Mamlrrd Degree In the Shade Fear
ful Huttetlng et IIome-Heeken.'
D Kansas Cm-, Me., Sept. 14. One
hundred degTeea e heat in the shade,
the air tilled with a suffocating dust
and ene of Kansas' noted het winds
blowing ftcreea the parched prairies as
if straight from the mouth of a seven
times heated furnace, wens the severe
conditions that the boomers along the
Cherokee line u-ere forced te endure
Seme of them could net endure, and
succumbed. Seme rallied, but ethers
tHed. At this place ever fifty were
overcome by the heat, most of them
being among tboee who were standing
in line before the registration booths.
Of thebe stricken six have died, while
ethers are in a dangerous condi
tion. At Caldwell twenty wero sun
struck ami two died. At Orlande
twenty-two sun-strokes were reported
and two deaths, and nt Hennessey
eighteen, with ene death. The sun.
went down en a clear sky Wednesday,
and the indications ere that Thursday
will be a repetition of Wednesday. The
crush at the registration booths at this
place has become se great that from
new en they will be kept open twenty
four hours, with day and. night forces of
clerks at work.
During the three days ending Wed
nesday night 43,300 claims were Issued.
If the same proportion' is maintained
for the three succeeding days, the num
ber of homc-seokers who will make the
race for homes at neon Saturday will
be in the neighborhood of 43,000. The
total number of certificates does net
indicate the number of home seekers,
for most of the boomers take out cer
tificates for both homesteads and town
At 3 o'clock Wednesday morning a
serious fight took place near the booths.
A gambler drove, out in a carrlage with
two women te see the sights. A ceupte
of drunken soldiers took after the
women nnd their companion attempted
te defend them. He took a bettle!
of whisky out of his pocket and pre-i
ceeded te beat ene of the eeldiers'
ever the head with it The soldier tried
te get at his revolver, but net succeed
ing the ether soldier get it and com
menced te sheet wildly. He created n
panic among the boomers, who fled in
all directions. The sheriff coming up,
it this time en a horse get in line of
the bullets and his horse was killed.
The officers and ether troops coming up'
secured the drunken soldiers.
Wichita, Kan., Sept. 14. The gov
ernment thermometer here reached 104
degrees Wednesday. Such warm
weather was never known here at this
time of the year,
Watten and Guards Fight.
Chicago, Sept 14. There was a
bloody free fight Wednesday morning
in and outside the Big Tree restaurant.
in the south pert of the fair grounds
between forty wetters and fifteen Co
lumbian guards. The waiters, who
were the aggressors, came out of the
melee battered and bruised, and the
ring leaders were arrested. The dis
graceful affair began with a dispute
ever a big advertising banner which
had been stretched across the driveway
by the saloen-restournnt people, con
trary te the standing orders of the di
Washington Wlret Hurried.
Washington, Sept 14. Early Wed
nesday night a fire broke out in the
tower of the Western Union building,
in this city, which for a time threat
ened te be a serious blaze. All the
wires from outside points run into the
tower, and connections were all burned
out cutting off Washington completely
from the eutskle world he far as the
Western Union is concerned. The dam
age h trilling.
TreC. Campbell Found Ctalttj.
Menthral, Sept 14. The celebrated
Campbell heresy cabe was finished
Wednesday afternoon, and Prof. Camp
bell has been found guilty of both
chages, viz.: Doubting the inspiration
of the old testament and refusing te
recognize Ged as a smitcr. He has ap
pealed te the sycied. Only two minis
ters voted against a conviction.
The Original Green Geed Man.
Nkw Yenu, Sept 1-4. Harry Miner,
the founder of thet branch of industry
known as "the green goods" business,
or in plainer words the confidence
game, died Wednesday. Dnring his
career he spent several fortunes, all
gained in his nefarious business. He
died without a friend at bis bedside.
I Cincinnati t
iNew Yerk. 8
1 Phnaddphla. I
1 Washington. S
I St IrfXlls 3
) Brooklyn. t
I Chicago 8
1 UoDten.. ........... 8
HOW THEY KANK.
Wee. test Pr. Ct
nosten 81 a .711
Pittsburgh. TO 45 .009
Philadelphia 07 47 .563
Cleveland 63 M .560
New Yerk 82 54 .634
Brooklyn 60 64 .530
Cincinnati 54 59 .478
Baltimore 61 64 Mi
Chicago 48 67 .417
St. Leuis S 6S .m
Loulsvllle M .388
WMblngten 37 75 .380
Death of Fred Ante.
New Yenii Sent 14. Frederick T
Ames, vice-prcsldent of the Old Colony
railroad, nnd a millionaire, was found
dead Wednesday morning la a state
room of the steamer rilgrim, scen
after his arrival at the pier. Mr, Ame
wealth is estimated at t5,OQO,6G0,
siestlyln railway stocks.
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