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Si f I' n 7 b ' fe. K $l?$enal joints ' - 'M OT you havefrttntlt vUlttne jeu, or tf you nitpeingawayimavtull, 'ie ilrwji nun net InHiat eject. Colonel H. G. Lynn Is in the city ' I Jehn P. McCartnoyef Flcmlngsburg Is In the rity. , ? ' Mrrf. G. W. Gclscl is visiting her father, Captain W. II. Ilelmes. Miss Fnnnie Bicrbower has returned from nn extended visit te the West. llornce Cochran left yesterday te re Bume his studies nt Center College, Dan ville. W. B. IVrer left Inst night for n visit of two weeks te Washington City and Philadelphia. ' ' . i Mias Eva A. Schatzmun has leturncd home after nn nxtended visit te friends at Tilton nnd Flcmlngsburg. Mrs. Annie Meran and daughter, Miss Bertha, hnve returned te Newport nftcr n delightful visit te friends in this city. Miss Tilile Ellis left last night for Washington Citv accompanied by her nophew, Willle Ellis, son of T. P. Ellis. Misses Minnie nnd Ida Kan dull nnd Miss Anule Rowland of Cincinnati are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Themns A. Davis; Mlsfl Mnllie Donevan of East Sixth street left this mernim; for a visit te her brother, Mirk Donevan, nt Winchester After n pleasant visit of two weeks te Miss Tillie Hansen nnd ether friends in this vicinity, Mrs. Warder and Miss Nannie left this morning for Bolivar, Tenn., where the laller will have ohaige of a bearding-school the coming j cnr. IIkniiy Otte Is the happy father of a ten-pound son, born yesterday. Tiik Enstlieund Huntington Accommo dation killed n cow in the Fiftli Ward yes terday afternoon. Tiik yedling of the genuine Tyrolean Quartette, who appear in "Fatherland," Is received with enthusiasm everywhere. Tiik divorce proceedings instituted at Cincinnati iignlnst Geerge W. Full, hnvu been ended, because of the hitter's tragic death In this city. Sephia Lyens, the cenfldcncu wemnn, has failed lu her efforts te have Billy Burke the would be bank robber released from the Mt. Sterling Jail en bail. CiiAHt.v.s Husski.i., of Itussell. RUhnrri son & Titus. 11 lnrge shoe lnaniifiicturiiiL' 11 r m nt Portsmouth, fell down the clovnter shaft and was instantly killed. Miss Annik. tlie twolve-ycareiri daugh ter of W. 0. Outlet), Is steadily Impiov Impiev Impiov Ing.after a sovcre spell of typhoid fever. DrW. H. Yazell Is the Attending physi cian. Hen. W. O. HiiAhi.KV and Judge Geerge Denny, Jr., arc expected te nd dress the Republican Convention which Is called te meet at Ashland en the 2d inst. Tiik special train from Cincinnati te Portsmouth and return, which has been running en the C. mid O. every Sunday during the siiinmer.hiis been discontinued for the season. Ne change in regular trains. HicMUMiiitn, Tim Ii'cdekk prints "Help Wanted." "Lest." " Found,'' and similar notices net of n business character, free of charge. The only thing we require is thnt the copy he sent in before 0 o'clock en day of publication. The Heuse nt Frankfort took up the major part of its session Mendny with the Sheuse resolution providing thnt members aud empleyes shall net be paid when net en duty. After n long wrangle the resolution was ruled out of order. H. A. Ceciiiian, Jr., is announced in this issue et Tiik Lrdukii as a candidate for re-election te the otllce of Collector nnd Trensurer of the City of Maysville. In, the past Mr. Cochran tins made 11 most worthy nnd elllclent efllrer. The city's tlnnnces could net be in better hands. The Women's Christian temperance Union denounces the proposed placing of the statue of Diana upon the Agricultu ral Building at the World's Fair. Mrs Cane, 11 prominent Chicago lcader, says it would be a "disgrace te the American people te place a undo tlgure in se promi nent a place." Tiik Maysvillu .G, 'J. It. excursionists te Washington Citv will leave here en the sixth section of Ne. 1 promptly at 9:110 Saturday night. There will be two day coaches nnd ene sleeper. If the day coaches are net ample te accommodate the party, extra ones will be put en at Ports mouth. Tuko your grub. Fer n lame back or for n pain in the elde or chest, try satumtlngu piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto the affected parts. This tieatment will euro any ordinary case in ene or tw$ days. Pnlu Balm also cures rheumatism, eO cent bottle's for sale by Power & Reynolds, Tiik suit which Coiener Wilsen of Covington had pending against Captain Alex. Montgomery was dismissed in the courts lit the oxpen8o of 1 the -Captain, The unit' was for $00,000 damages. It grew out of the steamer tiherleck disasier when Captain Montgomery claimed the Corener was drunk. The issue of the suit vindicates the Corener technically. To-ieimow night nt Washington Opera house, Charles A. Gardner, the tal ented Germnn comedian nnd songster, will nppear in his romantic nnd pictu resque comedy, " Fatherland." Mr. Gard ner Is supported bv an excellent com cem pany.nnrt ttielr rendition of the " Fntlior Fntlier 1 anil") ins tne'twllh the highest commouda cemmouda commeuda ition everywhere, Seats are new en sale at Nelsen's. Wim.ik Ykaiikk, a Newpert lad of 10, was attackeil by a vicious Newfoundland leg and hail his arm severely tern nnd lacerated, It seems a little girl named FJaniU'lly stepped into the yard "! the, deg sprung nt liei, knocking her down, and when (he boy attempted te beat the animal off it turned en him with the ubove result, It requiring two men te pull the brute.awny. I, ' PUBLIC t 1 first', year. KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT. What We May Expect Between TliU Time and Te-morrow KvenlnR. TIIK LKDOKH'S H'KATlWtt SIGNALS. M'Mlrsti earner FAiuj 7lln iiain or snow; Willi Waeh ahevh 'twill waumkii irrew. If UhlCh'n IlKNKATII COI.DKIl 'twill he; Unless Wach'n shown no chniure we'll son. 1 P6rThe aliove forecasts nre mmle for t period of thirty-six heiiis.'uiiillnir nt 8 o'clock to-iiinriewcvonluif. O.N OB TOO OKTE.V. Upen his laurels lie might hnvu reded Ami talked of his pewcis, shown his tiriuvn, Hut he tried again, anil new I e'h (csteil, Peer, anil his prcstlKe rorecr keiiu. Tiik Sacngcrfest scene in ' is very catchy. Fntheihuid' llr.v. GKOiim: O. Baiinks, the evan gelist, will held n two weeks' meeting at Richmond. In "Fatherland" every sense is de lighted tiy the continuous succession of captivating melody. One man killed, a woman nnd u man shot nnd two men stabbed was Louis ville's Sunday record. Tin: cattle pens of the Pepper Distillery en the old Frankfort pike near Lexing ten, burned. Less $50,000. Iirsninnce unknown. A violent rain and hail storm ilid much damagu in Woodferd and Franklin counties. Creps were cut te pieces and poultry killed by the hail-stones. Ei.si'.wiikiii: in Tin: Leiuieu will be seen the announcement of Charles I). Shepird as a enndidnte for City Assessor nt'the ensuing city election. Mr. Shop Shep nrd has tilled the oflice most acceptably in the past. Uuanvim.k Tyi.kii, n respected colored man of Cadiz, accidentally poisoned ene of his children. The boy wns sick and he gave him a tcaspenuful of nisenlc, thinking it wns salts. Death resulted In about an hour. The Seventh District Republican Com mittee lies decided te held a Congressional Convention at Frankfort, September 29th. The committee decided thnt the committee headed by R. P. Stell is the regular one, deciding against Judge Denny. James Hhki.in, who has proven se clll dent in the past, is again nnneunccd as n candidate for re-election te the olllee of City Marshal. Mr. Hctlin's services te Mnysville hnvu been most valuable. But few towns can benst of a supciier Chief of Police. Tiik Ladles' Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet In the lecture-room of the church, Thurs day afternoon, the 15th Inst., nt 1 o'clock te, listen, te a missionary address from Mrs. C'endlct. who has made a tour around the 'world In the intercsts of missions. Slie spout three menthB in Ja pan, has visited Korea, ten cities in China, llftccn cities in India, aud ether mission stations In Slam, Egypt, Syria and Turkey. ller rccitnls of what she saw in the missions of her own and ether denominations have found favor every every wheie she has been since her return, nnd the ladles of all the ether churches In the city arc cordially invited te be pies cut te hear her. in ! i m i REPUBLICANS AT WORK. Nicliuins anil Fleming Held Conventions aud HelfVt Delegated te Ashland. The Republicans of Nicholas county met Monday nt Cnrllsle nnd selected dele gates te the Congressional and Appellate Conventions at Ashland en the 2d inst. They also nominated a full county ticket as follews: Fer Sheriff, J. E. Bryson; for Deputy Sheriff, James R. McCullough, and for Circuit Cleik. C. T. West. With three tickets in the field the Republicans have something of a fighting chance. KI.KMINO, The Republicans of Fleming county in convention assembled appointed dele gates te the Congressional and Appellate Conventions, They were instructed te vote for Hen. Willium III Helt ns a candidate te suc ceed himself en this Court of Appeals bunch. As te the discharge of tltulr duties in the Congressional Convention they wure uninstruetcd, J1ATII. Bath county will present the nnma of Hen. Wallace Gudgell in connection witli the Cnngiessiniial nomination. A (loeil TbluK tu Kffp at Hand. ' Frem The Trey (Kansas) Ohief, Seme vears" ime we were vitrv much subject te severe spoils of cholera merbus; aud new when we reel any ei me symptoms inni usually nrcceed that ailment, ouch as sickness at tl e stomach, dlnriluva, etc., we become scary, We have found Cham berlain's Celic, Cholera nnd Diarrheal Remi'dv the verv thine te atriilirhtcu ene out in such cases, and always keep it about. We me net writing this for a pay testimonial, but te let our readers knew what is a geed thing te keen in the house. Fer sale by Power & Reynolds. D PAIL-, (HiAA4vn4LBfrriKKiiABfliH .p.'i it A YSVILI.K FjNpuS&vaflnHftnsE MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. W. S. Jehnsen Makes an Unsuccessful At tempt en His Life Near Aberdeen. W. S. Jehnsen, aged 33, whose home is near Ripley, made an unsuccessful at tempt te suicide near the home of Dr. Moero Just back of Aberdeen yesterday afternoon. He is nn unfortunnte victim of the drink habit nnd a little ever a week age he came te the sanitarium In this city for ticatmcut. His extreme nervousness nnd inability te sleep has affected his mind. He wandered ever te Aberdeen yesterday and just outside of the town he made a dcspeinte effort te cut his threat. The wenpen wns dull, however, nnd the wounds indicted arc comparatively trilling. Ne one saw him commit the rash net. He wnlkcd into Dr. Moeie'synrd covered with bleed nud wns (prickly brought Inte the town. He is new nt the hotel in Aberdeen, but will be removed te his home te-dny. While no trouble is nnticipated from his injuries he is in n most pitiable and serious condition, his mind being ap parently gene. Attention, 0. A. It. And all ethers going te the G. A. It. En campment at Washington, D. C. The fate for the round trip is $11. Theso desiring cots must notify me be fore Thursday night, leth Inst. Specinl train will lenvc Maysville Satur day night, 17th inst., nt 0.J10. There will be no regular steps for breakfast or dinner, but coffee nnd sand wiches can be procured en route without passeugeis leaving tin: cars at Cliften Forge, Geshen, Staunton, Climlettesville and Gordensviile. Jehn Wai.hh, Chnirman of Committee. - i Almest A Flrf. The residence of C. C. Dobyns in the Fifth Wnrd came near being the scene of a destructive fire late yesterday nfter nfter nfter noen. The blae originated in n clothes press nnd it is thought thnt some of the children of the household accidentally transferred snme fire from the grate into the press while nt piny. On seeing smeke issuing from the closet, Mr. Dobyns opened the deer nud the llame rushed out and burned him slightly about the face. The blaze wns extinguished with out the help of the firemen. ii m FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT. Republican Convention Culled te Meet nt Ashland en September 22d. Te the Republicans of the First Appel late Court District: The new election law having rendered Itncccssary,the Rcpubli can Executive Committee of the First Appellnte Court District of Kentucky hereby declares that a convention of the Republicans of said District, composed of the counties of Bath, Boyd, Bracken, Bourbon, Bell, Breathitt, Carter, Clark. Clay, Estill. Elliett. Floyd, Flem ing, Greenup. Harlan, Jehnsen, Jacksen, Knox, Knett, Laurel, Letcher, Leslie, Lee, Lewis, Lawrence, Madisen, Masen, Montgomery, Morgan, Magellln, Martin, Menifee, Nicholas, Owsley, Perry, Pike, Pewell, Robertsen, Rockcastle, Rewan and Wolfe will be held In the city of Ashland, Ky en Thursday, September 22d, 1892, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the yurpese of nominating a candidate for udgc of the Court of Appeals, The Chairman of the Republican Committce of each county In the District Is hereby earnestly requested te call and held a County Convention in due time te select delegates te said convention at the time nnd place aforesaid. The basis of representation from each county shall be ene delegate for each ene hundred and one delegate for each fraction ever fifty votes cast for Ben jamin Harrison in 18S8. Representation from each county in the Distilct is urgently desired either by delegate or proxy. " En. Daum. Chair. First Appollate Court District. m m Etiiki, Leve, an inmnte of a (lis (lis (lis roputable house at Lexington, attempted sulcide by taking morphine She will firebably recover. Abandonment by her ever wns the cause of the net. Sateuday night the C. nnd O. folks will be in it. Train Ne. 4 will loave Cin cinnati in twcnty-flve sections, carrying the G. A. R. boys te Washington City. The fellows en the rear section had bet bet eor lay In a Bteck of grub, or they'll go into Washington very hungry. At Portsmouth the thirtccn-months-eld child of Mrs. Mary Wcgman, was accidentally poisoned. Mrs. Wcgman's sister of Cincinnati who is visiting her, bnd brought along a bettle containing carbolic acid, as a guard aguinst diphtheria. By mistake the mother net held of this vial and gave her child a fatal dose. Its sufferings were terrible during the three hours It lived. At the fair at Bowling Green last Sat urday the pacing record for the world ever a half-mile track was smashed by 'Sriulre Patterson's Addle Bell. The little mare went a mile in 2:17 nnd wen the rnce in thrce successive heats, the ether time being 2:171 and 2:18. The fastest beat was caught by several watches at 2:10(, but the elllcial tlmer nnneunccd the heat wen in 2:17. - . - III .1 Monday morning the famous breed mure Repnse, by Gilroy, dam Sephia, by Srtrachlnn, was found dend by her owner, Majer P. II. Jehnsen, nt his farm lu Fayette county, with a bullct-hole through her heart. It Is supposed that bIig was shot by seme drunken rufllnn Saturday night, while going along the railroad that runs near the let in which Hhu was killed. Shu Is the dam of Cllntle C. and Pelham, and the Majer sold a yearling tllly out of her, by Lelar, n short time age, for f 1,250, and he real ized for the thrue named f5,8e0, Hhe was only eight years old, and valued at 5,000. LEDGER RKVVDI.ICAN. THE CONFERENCE CLOSED. Appointments of the M. K. Church, Seuth, in Kentucky for Next Year. The closing exercises of the Kentucky Annual Confcrence of the M. E. Church, Seuth, took place et Middlesboreugh Monday night. The following arc the appointments of the preachers: Lexington l)itrict,I. Hand Presiding Elder. Lexington E. G. Seuthgnte. Paris-J. M. Ballard. Frankfort II. G. Hendersen. Versailles J. It. Decring. Gcorgetown J. II. Williams. Winchester W. T. Beiling. Mt. Sterling A. Redd. Old Fert-J. M. Wilsen. Grassy Lick and Mt. Zion D. P. Wart. Net th Middletown W. T. Benten. Hinten W. W. Chamberlain. Mt. Hepo J. A. Sawyer. New Columbus C. E. Be3wcll nnd E. Allen. Ruddle's Mills nnd Pleasant Green J. W. Harris. Spears W. J. Shirley. Agent A. B. S. G. S. Savage. Owcnten Mission W. G. Turner. Covington District W. F. Vaughan Presiding Elder. Covington, Scott Street G. II. Means. Covington, Eleventh Street J. W. Mitchell. Newport E. O. B. Mann. Highland I). E. Bedlnger. Augusta nnd Fester D. II. Marrimon. California J. It. Kendall. Visalla I). B. Coepor. Falmouth William Sheesmith. Canollten It. Hiner. Berry B. E. Lancaster. Oddville W. S. Grinstenri. Petersburg C. M. Humphrey. Brooks viire-J. F. S. Fi.er. " Warsaw T. N. Barker. Morning View W. F. Wyntt. Walten-O. F. Duvnll. Cvnthlann G. W. Yeung. Wllllamstewn P. II. HelTmnn. Glencoe J. W. Hunter. Bracken E. K. Kidwell. Select High Scheel-T. J. Tedd. Shelbyville District J. W. Fitch Presid ing Elder. Shclbyville J. It. Savage. Simpsenvllle T. J. Mclntyrc. Tnylersvlllc Geerge Free. Bloemflcld W. W. Spates. New Castle M. W. Hines. Pert Reynl-G. W. CrutchOeld. Cnnipbellsburg W. II. Winter. Bedford-W. II. II. Ditzler. Milten-J. S. Walker. Lagrange nnd Eminence T. J. Geriby. Brand's J. W. Strother. Plcnsurcvillc J. J. Johnsten. Grntz J. W. Gnulner. Science Hill Scheel W. T. Poynter. Clay Village J. M. Jehnsen. Maysville District S. licetes Presiding Elder. Maysville C. J. Nugent. Millersburg D. W. Robertsen. Flcmingsburg W. T. Rowland. Tilton nnd Nepton M. T. Chandler. Hillsboro It. B. Benrd. Mt. Carmcl J. R. Peeples. Sharpsburg J. D. Reed. Carlisle T. F. Taliaferro. Owingsville E. E. Helmes. Sylvnndell A. E. Colgrevo. Mt. Ollvet-W. A. Pcnn. Shannen and Sardls It. II. Wightmnn. Germnntewn T. B. Cook. Vanceburg S. W. Speer. Tollesboro M. P. Morgan. Dever Whitley Wnldrep. iuoerctlold K. u. Havagc. Klnney J. it. weed. Millersburg College C. Pepe. Danville District II. P. Walker Pre siding Elder. Danville-W. F. Tnyler. Harrodsburg J. O. A. Vnuglit. Pcrryvllle-W. T. E. Kellnr. Mackville Lew G. Wallace. Chnplain-H. C. Wright. Lnwrcnccburg B. F. Cosby. Leathers' Stere M. F. Moores. Salvisa E. II. Godby. Jessamine W.-W. Green. Nichelasville J. E. Wright. Brynntsville A. P. Jenes. Stanford-W. E. Arneld. Richmond-F. S. Pollitt. Collcge Uill-W. J. Deran. Semerset S. W. Peeples. Cnintewn R. M. Lee. Mereland-W. D. Wilbur. Lancaster and Junctieu City C. II. Greer. Asbury College,. W. Hughes. Middlesboreugh District 0. F. Oney Presiding Elder. Middlesboreugh C. A. Tnguc. Meadow Creek E. J. Terrill. Londen and Pinovllle F. K. Stravo. Manchester W. B. Itngan. Whitcsburg nnd Ilindmnn J. R. Nelsen. Harlan O. J. Chandler. Cnrtcrvillc G. G. Regnn. .Tncksen E. A. McClurc. Irvlne P. J. Ress. Boattyville S. M. Carrler. Campion nnd Hazolgreen Savage. Merehead James E. Wright. West Llberty-J. S. West. Hazard and llyden J. W. Crater. Clay City J. N. Isam. As will be Been, Rev. J. E. Wright, for the past thrce years stationed in this citv, Secs te Nichelasville, and Rev. C. J. ugent comes te Maysville from Carroll Carrell Carroll ten. Tiik Republican Convention, called te meet at Ashland en the 22d inst,, prom prem ises te be the largest evor held in North eastern Kentucky. Mil. ANn Mus. W. B. Caiu'KNtku, after n summer's sojourn in the East and among the Canucks, have takeu rooms at the Grand Hetel, Cincinnati for the wlnter. Rkuiien Luntskeiid went te the heuse of Themns France, about eight miles from Louisa, at 2 o'clock in the morning, Te nmuse himself he began sheeting at the heuse. This didn't nmuse France, hew ever, se he get down his squirrel rifle, slipped out the back deer, executed a flank movement, nnd when he had gotten In the rear of Luutsfenl Iris gun went elf. The hitter's burial took place next day. 1892. ONE CENT. lrMh or Ellis neunlng. Ellis Downing, Esq., who has been critically ill for several months, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Eliza Morten, en the Kenten Station Turnpike nt .1 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mr. Downing wns among Mnsen county's prosperous farmers and a worthy citizen. He was nearly 71 years old. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning nt 10 o'clock from the residence of Mrs. Morten. 'Squire Beasley and Ilia Uirriacen. The Ledeeu did net stnte, in speaking of the late 'Squire Beasley and the mar riages performed by him, that it wns right thnt the "(lisrcputnblcbuslncss"sheul(i be tolerated for his benefit mere than any ether Magistrate. We said that no one ever had Interfered with him or his cus tom. Ne one enn afford te say that 'Squire Beasley never had any right te marry people in his manner. There nrc tee many innocent lives involved. The courts would be filled with litigation. And right here in Kentucky would all the evil be wrought. All that can be done is te extend the privilege which 'Squire Beasley enjoyed te no ene else. Advice te Ulrld. When you nre out driving with your young man nud the horse begins te ruu away or kick or anything like that you ought te kcep your presence of mind nnd held him by grabbing the reins nnd yell ing Ore. Such conduct gives n man con fidence in you nnd makes him feci thnt he would like te mnke you his wife, if for nothing else than te tell you what he thinks of you. Yeu enn make sugges tions te him, tee. Tell him te step the horse. Heller it real loud. He may net have thought of doing that at all, and he may be preoccupied trying te keep the horses from climbing the fences aud he may net hear you unless you say it real loud. A man likes te hear a woman who has Ideas in an emergency. If the horse is doing the windmill net and kicking with all his feet at once, don't loe your nerve a bit; just help your young innn te think of tilings te de. Tell him te get out nnd held the horse's heels. Little suggestions like these nre invaluable te a man nt such n time. SHE WON'T GO RACK. A Yeung Wife of Twe Days Deserts Her ilrekcn-Hearted Husband. On the Oth ri.iy of this month Geerge Ott of Paris wns mnrricri te iris cousin, Miss Clara Story, by Rev. Geerge Varden of the Baptist Church in Paris. The girl was only seventeen when she man led. and he was but twenty. The couple lived together for two days', when the young woman's guardian tele graphed her that if she wished te see her sister again alive she should huny te Cincinnati. The young wife accordingly hastened there, nnd did net go back te her husband. The summons wns a trick te get her away from her husband, and he, fearing that she was unduly re strained from returning te him, instituted proceedings in habeas cuipus before Judee Wilsen The matter was brought before the Judge, and the young wemnn was asked te say whether she desired te return te her husband, but she said that she did net, and Judge Wilsen, thinking that her family were influencing her, advised her te have no fear but te state the truth and that she would be pro tected. The young woman would net admit thnt she wished te return. She wns told by the Judge that she had better go back te her husband, but she did net think se. The young husband is nearly beside himself, but there is nothing for him te de but te wait until sutllcicnt time has elapsed and te then apply for divorce. That, his wife cannot de, for she has deserted him. Ott, who is thus deprived of his wife, is spoken of by everybody as a tine yenug fellow, with a geed business, and he haef the sympathy of every one present nt the trial. , Te Circulate New Meney, Washington Correspondent in Louisville Times. An elder was issued a few days age by Mr. Leech, Director of the Mint, te Colonel Besbyshcll, Superintendent of the Philadelphia Mint, te have coined at once $100,000 in silver half dollars for use In Washington during the Grand Army Encampment. This n supple mental order te ethers given for a large amount of dimes and live-cent pieces 'te be minted for the snme purpose. Treas urer Ncbeker has ordered an unusually large amount of small notes, such as one, two nnd live-dollar bills, te be prepared by the Bureau of Engraving nnd Print ing. The purpose of hnvlng the grent supply of new coins nnd Treasury notes en hand is te enable the visitors in the city nt the time of the Grand Army En campment te exchange the worn-nut and filthy small change and bills they nre likely te bring with them for something clean nnd handsome. The merchants and ethers of the city have been notified thnt they can get new money with which te mnke change while the veterans nre here, se thnt the latter can take home with them seme practical souvenir of the cnpltnl city. The idea is net only te bencllt the vcteran, but te get in a let of worn-out bills thnt In the natural course of circulation would net reach the Treas ury for months and years te ceme, and in the place of It get Inte circulation nil evor the country new, clean money. Coi.enki. Jay II. Neiiniur will seen move from Ashland te Louisa. !! Ill ! Tiiaik Ne, 2. of the O. and O. was neatly two hours late this morning. Caitain Ciieucu's Brass Band will play at a moonlight fote at Augusta to morrow night. Amone the Incidents of childhood that stand nut in bold relief, as our memory reverts te the days when we were young, none nre meto prominent than sovcre sickness. The young mother vividly re members that it was Chamber lain's Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers11 It te her own offspring and itlwnyH with the best results, Fer side by Power & Reynolds. THE WAR OVER. Nermannia's Passengers Landed and Made Comfortable. ' The Whole Affair Characterized as a Tempest in a Teapot. Health Odlrer Jenkins U Hununened Bet fore tlm Court He Mnit Bhevr Canao ' for Hit ActlenR Tlie Troop and Alnrinr Wilt Ite Kent Heme. Fiiik l8r.ANii, N. Y., Sept 14. Frem nil Indications in this place the bay men's little war is ever. At about 4:30 Tuesdny afternoon there was a small crowd of newspaper men, summer resi dents, baymen and Idlers gathered around the end of the deck at pier from which the little excursion beat "Hippie," new the property of the state plies between Eire Island and the main land. In the middle of this throng was n hand Willi "rig" in which four gentlemen were heated. The most prominent of these the much abused David S. S. Sam nils, the late proprietor of the Surf hotel, Fire island, whose action In sell ing bib property te the state of New Yerk for quarantine purposes has raised a maritime riot which has been very much exaggerated. A correspondent asked Mr. Samtnis te make n statement of his views of the whole affair, and he said: "The whele matter has been a tempest In a tea-pet I did what any ether man In iy posl pesl posl sltien would have done. 1 was made n fair offer for my property and I accepted it That's all tbere Is In it Seme of the baymen, excited by people who hed political meas ures te serve, became impressed mere or less with the Idea that the establishment of a quarantine station nt Fire Island would injure their busi ness. This Is all bosh, and they new knew that it Is se, and practically ad mit it. The political leaders led them en for effect and the demonstration when the Cepheus first attempted te land the Nermannia passengers was the result There Is no need new te send any troops here, and en Fire Island, In Babylon, at Isllp nnd at Bay Shere all is quiet The Nermannia passengers have all been landed and will be made as comfortable ns pos sible." The sheriff has informed Gov. Flower that there is no further use for troops. It is expected that the military will be withdrawn Wednesday, and that they will net go te Fire island. A corres pondent subsequently interviewed a number of leading men of all classes, residents, baymen and hotel men and all join in saying that the views ex pressed by Mr. Sammls are undoubtedly correct in all the main particulars. Health Oillcer Jenkins received sum mons Tuesday afternoon te appear be fore the supreme court in Brooklyn, and .Tudge Barnard, te show cause by what right he delivered the cabin pas sengers of the Nermannia en Fire island; by what right he, as health officer of the pert of New Yerk, de tained them when they were out of hla jurisdiction, in the state qf New Jcrsey, en lieard of the Stonlnjrten, or in the Cepheus, when they were lying in waters of Suffolk county; by what right he placed them en an unseawerthy vessel like the Stonlngten, and sent them te sea in the Cepheus without proper accommodation or previsions, and in a vessel unfit and unsafe for the purpose. The Weather. Wasiiinotex, Sept 14. Fer Ohio Ohie Fair, except clearing en the lake to night or Wednesday; brisk westerly winds. Fer Tennessce and Kentucky Fair, slightly warmer in Kentucky, west te north winds. Fer West Virginia and Western Penn sylvania Clearing te-night or Wednes day; cooler in western Pennsylvania; winds becoming brisk north westerly. Fer Indiana and Illinois Fair, slight ly warmer in southern Indiana, warmer in northern portions by Wednesday night or eThursdaj-; north-westerly winds. Tiiesclnj-'s (Same. J Cincinnati. I Chicago.... "1 Washington. Italn- IUltlmore.. Ilatn I Ilroeklyn 3JSU Leuis. IS 1Cleeland 7) New Yerk 14 J Philadelphia SJIlosten 9 ILouisWlIe 4 ) Pittsburgh 0 Lcngue Minuting. Wen. Lest Per CU Cleveland 30 11 .720 Ilosten 30 a) WO Pittsburgh 9 S3 ,M9 Philadelphia 27 S4 .529 Ilroeklyn 0 21 30 Chicago 29 21 .520 Cincinnati 25 25 .500 Loulsvllle 21 2(1 .480 New Yerk 21 21 .480 Ualtlmere 10 23 .401 fit Louts 18 30 .375 Washington IS 84 .320 Ne Cholera In New Yerk Cttjr. New Yeiik, Sept 14. It was rumored around the health department Tuesday afternoon that two cases of cholera had been discovered In the city, but Health Commissioner Bryant stoutly denied the truth of the report He stated that two or three suspected cases of cholera had been reported and that they were new being investigated. He did net, how hew how ever, believe them te be cholera. Chief Inspector Roberts of the health beard Raid he had under investigation seme suspected cases, but he did net think they were cholera. Died Alene. Paiiir, Sept 14. Mme. Brunet, who lived alene In the llue de Fladrcau, van ished a week age. Persons who called in found her deer locked. Monday they broke in, and found en the fleer her dead body, terribly decomposed. Everything indicated that she hall been stricken with cholera, and died without being able te call help. l'er the World'! Chtiinplenihl. T01.0NTO, Ont. Sept 14. Edward Bunion, the oarsman, will Issue a chal lenge te James Stansbury, of Australia te row for the championship of the world. Bunion will name Eugland et California an the place for the rae. The stakes will be Id.GOO a aide. ' i '!! 1 l IntMCbiAWblH HnmwwS"