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   Bedford Democrat (Newspaper) - September 13, 1889, Bedford, Indiana                                 r- 7r  -r-  >  y  Bîircîi irA2. lîti:'.:-.;-! srrrisr i:uv.:ú;í is::.  "Hew to the Line, let the Chips fall where they may."  Yolumo XVÍIÍ.  BEDFORD, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1SS9.  AlX  iUJiiis ra IL 19 tm CîEjiîî! TlliSît IL  SpraiaSi Strata!^ Bruises, Wound»  ."".-/íí "-y ¡■'-i-.fT^t' Jnd Dtaltn. î.iCfcat. A. Voider  CuTÇîf  FÎÎOMPTLYA H ^Emf^lKïtC  ^"'^rrHnijpT^ETlJRM DFP^\l^J. frIl;\üs':i5T5 i^fJirAus^sETj^rtiin^  t.ikí\í; ('f un- iimit  Kt'^lllt^ "î Tii!^ Fu-  ! ni.i l'ri:-<,.îi.  THF MiOsiNl 'iv V,Î);;K OFKSO.  IlUti.r) ..f  Tí^.r lut;. :i of  of t!.-' T. of t! -I- • spL-.  thf  t.> !- V:-K--1- '  w-. r.\-, ■ tí!. ■  :: :.,1,1 Mti  It.- I lii.il 1>«. ; .u \\ I  t T,  BSOVTNE.  ■- 1 ■ i- - :!;■• v-ikn;,;  btft his  Uis TvoT.-ja. hiniTf  Vrii-n la rsiciaU, SU. ! Miir.s, «f.., l<-ft v.o in.T P<vT< t > ;  s: .  rnfik. !,;■:.■ tin: : . .. .i, :;.• ■ '  f.T ^  {yir,:-J  o! ¡A::,. !.:. l  wri?« -  . -  Ir..:i '.Î . - -• ;  . ; .  XIV; ruj.! -i  CXÏÎS-- Ii- Í «ith  ar-  THE O Ait-.' I.V.: K.v  a:.  !:,. !:; • >.■ r.  ai- ; .. ! -  uiriî- !..  oraor, who constantly rWrv«l :n.\ aiiil hnd instructions to kUl  .iil'! '.'¡K-îi ili.-» t'.'íu'iyí-.TÍy ci«. Ik' h., w iL.- att'-ailc-l ut his  ví.í;.- cUi,!.;::!:.- hi- ■■!. Üj.«. J.y St  ! i;;.- t).;it I1.5  i, n «í.:.-h ! .i^ht l-'iiMy the ■..;TÍ.i¡t. !;> uu ir ¡> h;i.i or-• i,!;i. "iî :.-,> • !.•• «r.'- i to : ■: a:- r i.i- .-vcrv-  i r'- . r i íio  . - • ! i-i.; i-«! ; - - ..> 1: - nr-t to  . r 1 : 1 . ■ ' • r».-. . mut > ; ■ t :. : ^ iiri' »us  ■.. ■ > I . ¡>r..-  Ì ti.at Utf  ■ are cut; U raiii CIanl;ulgoo^TI^, nnaiscoveroa I with lb" Firo answers fire. One  of Iho garri^jii is ilain, while a hundred aiul fifty of the ¡>.puUco fall. ^This makts them clomouiac.  A "loiachniont of the king's troops.who bail Join&i tho iiLsarp-nts, conio upon the scene with four ilci'i iiit-t-'.-s, aii>i arc wclcomcil with j-pUs of rajfi'. I>«»la!ui..iy, wh.-i h/ul bo<>;i pre-vcntod from hiowing up tlie fortress, lowers  a iccoa.l draw briiige, a:«! th.' pcoplo, raven-oi« fur pl.mchtcr, dash ujx>n it nTi.l till hlin luxl sovera! nf ¡¡is 'ifllccr«. Soinu of the invalids aro baii^i.-! t'» liiir»]) ¡x«ht»; ho.-itl» are struck u!T iuni rvv »- ;.M..is-t!} gm.-ini.i:i£ji for pikt-s. Thi ii'-i.'n «.f Tf.-ror ii f>-:->v!!.<u:l.:>wi...i on (iuit 'i;iy. 'I-iwi iarii^Us ri*K.*k of  tho Ikiytiiv -.s I .n Riarkin? tiu-.o a.ii if tho oUl lii!!-.- l.n.i li -'t ¡.assni iu;.i th.' !;<■«• tlniu, tho tirno «jf i:r.!n;i!iii,v ar.d and ni'.Kl-  erii u :i!r,..'idy U-^-uii. Thv- cliw.k  strikes tin' h .ur>. t-jo. «ith its si-'lt'ian jfal, ¡•ut they art; n"l tho 0!\l:uary iioor»; they an- til" hours of r.n her and 'if foii!. I  Liito in llic ain.'nu«!n the tortrii«; Kurrwi-d.!r>. n!id al! Paris it dvhri 'ii!, with >icite-¡j.. nt. 'l i:'.' i'rl.o!"» ¡;il.»Tin^ is at ivhito  ^t'f and ii.'ur.cKv.^ exiK^cta-: :rai .-i Lrr.-'iiia a^^e  Coney I.slaiul a Scene of "Wreck and De,s<)l:ilion.  A Part of the Island Covered by the Sea.  ÏI  « i:i)i:i tli«  f.. r !hr  ^■'rs iirv ii'iind Î ìH-in ov-îniiï' .:! Il' Is Ii... CuUilt : li!. liij  -- n  -Vit;:  : .ia^vri'i. r> : l^KÚ-i lut:, r  i hijn Inske ..f ti..?  ■■rs; l'Ut tJ:o  .ariv  A li-t h. r^ !.¡i i  f,.;; .wk- ti.  ti-..' T.  1-'  Til« I!:cU Titloa and Iteary Korf rlnrine .^a.! Ilavoc witli the Ilcni..tlnln;; I'rtrtíon-.>f the Great Siaxhlo Hotel« lì.-¡Il;; l'ii.'i«rruln9cl — Tïie irill  K«.;trii llufitlreiï« iif ThoUKaiitlK,  Nkw Yoi!K. Sept 10. -AdvioCíí froiu i C'oiu'V I-iiauJ Tuuwlay luoiniiig wore as i ioîî.iwtt;  <'.i!i.'y I-lautî is a soetio of wreck atiiî (L-.ilatio:!. Xcariy <y u-half of tlio i...! lU'l. ca-t t.'f t!i.' irtci pi'-ir.''. is iiO'V a'.i.i th'i hi^'ll liiit- aUil lieavv h,;::' an- l'Iayin^i h.ivCK; v.itli the re-ni.. 11.  }_•:•• iî» ai ti !o th.\t li.is over been -tr;;.'k îlu; i-!.iu 1 ul (.> iU'ir;,:i!i<i iucrea-eil in ;!:i.î l.'.rv [);u-5t -1 o'oiook.  ; .suiiri-un- c'.ory-  Tiii-ro i- iKn ;i(.î a -trip  l'h !o b." ^t.•<•li OU till.- iblauJ. is ¡>.)¡;i ill;,' ill volume.- iniilor-ii'' M.üihu".t:iu h'-'i. 1.  w.-.v. a;-'." ii.i.-.hiiiE: a^uin->t iU.'. an 1 i. iii ij fail- to g'.) i'- i-'.o;'. 'i'lie i>: t!i,.' ili:,' I'liiKliijg  ; SUNSET cox DYING.  PbjtictAn* at Noon Give Up AU IIopo o{ Ilia Kecovery.  Much Difficulty Encountered in Securing a Jury.  Talesmen Either Excused for Cause or Challenged.  VCONDENSATION OF THE TOPICS OF THE TIMEa  I:.  e  n.     ;. I* -.ir.'iliV    h.Tv a,a r. ■ r.-:          n.-a      T ; ! r..l    î-"--'- ■ ' ■■-      ■ ■.r ri.s to    ter 1 : à;      a, I -- all    th-.t r :-!•-      '-r-i-r,    v. a ; . . * .-1 ' .      ¡,-i-ai    lii;r- - -■- ..'r      í.e    na.i .-<- :a . iv      hi. orn--.i: :          th' a- • a-..      ÎLE.         ■•« a- f»r fP'icii  It wdl  - ai- -.T-.;N;,TriL  !'■■: i ;r ¡. ¡ « - î 1 il-' O .;i!i try  ; í'. . p'iS'.í.í.;;,^ :ïiî -O«'*-':::it ^if ' ' f t'v' hi o:T. :¡.i.NÍ thfl  i. privf. ^^.-s i m-í h-í  Î i, :i !.i a:-. •!:.■■ ; ! i:¡ie tui'!Í»t.'r,  CivaA:. :, ; .. Trw,'>T.  na;-., a •.:-!..^ht, Tiie : ¡-i..-. if d.-tinv fj 1;. a:i I ).a.. .-¡.l-l.  i-.'a : :.' j " r:. . a-'> i.-aa:; .iiia^.i  ¡^ a;.-. • w-.-.a ;r:a*.iti -t; : "^^'hy.  t.haí :-:ir- .. A.'" " N. , ■ a: ".'A^ ía».-r.-jA . "ít a ri-\. ; ,■. . .\a.¡. ia i.-.'.I, i: ^va^ -'¡i'ij a r. v.-.at; a : % iai ! !a-vt-r rnv rdi-l.  IN T.A£ TOILS. Tîi'.' ì alai viL-.iiaiyo.i,  la. .--i. Ii.c 1!. t M l.at !.. ..ir "!.a-:¡ any to tara H li;.: . ■ .a'-aal.': -i lo^lA b'.-\oiíd •A,..' .-. ¡ A. ¡.e Aii ih,tnjí'.-Í ids  laari'i. í'-r '.^aî-ai he hai a tr:i/,ie faciiity. Hi' a'. t-. saipl-via^ t..'.- f. .ro.- ini  1-.-a.-i laiiaaii'.i. i.-'ivir;.; a la ra ar - f .-•-¿írvaae ¡-t.a^ pa.-ià..-na ih'r.i.,. \\ ìii.jh  H'-r»' fiil^tl Î.' tiìi-. c 'ae "•■nt tritilo  ;!.'>li..aa! a^^-aiUiv, aa i tht-re a>l.¡rc>v-Hl ita liivral^rs á-r ta-- îir-l i .aii''. He Iiia.ie n Ih-' U.-' .Aatlon : lie de-.aar.A laa: a, • ; a.A A v s-ìa .uM  pr.a, fa,.....Í t av. fact iat-i  pni- a-i;.'fua'a'.'í.'H'.xl táe array to a-ivai^.-o t.> r.'i--!4. Wuvuj iii^- Wiu. Ills bane, liie s-jun.-e i'f h;.'- lüi.ii .in^-. Iiis ••»•Td». however. b¡-. ■c.^rht lo. 5; ¡.u! !a- 1-. .ati i. la-i- ; hariiiuny 1 to  t,.. i U t-.i\<L':j Iho crown a:ai i.i>  T' ■ i- :;:r.' ■•{ A.e íí;i-ti;rap;ivar(<i to imv,. i---a ; a; u Í-. .:Ara-Ar:.,i y «-¡'«..hU-. tiir'e  d.iy- afl'.-r it had atíai-kinl lyui-, ac-  ■-'iniiaiii.^i tiy tí"-' iiriA.nuil r..—eiubiy, "cat In'ni Vtrsai'ii-s t<i l'a.ri.. (.ti: an erran i o\.n-( Uiati ai. IÎ..' ; »ir <-i A.r a^ii nn a: i:k-: ni.ib of a líi'.T; íii.,"U>-a:; ! t-i tb.,- ¡i-".:. ; .i..- Vii'e, '---íraa^ Aa- a'.tí.a-a '..i.i í'--.-;} a-i-'pi-  t-i a, ; la- -v lat'•! . f th. l;,'V,.h!t: .ri What  V il of  W;:  l'ilO L'lí tía.' mUïie li'.jwii beíor.j ; walk i¡  i.a- t.ifi 11 U!;.  . L-'.. ry b t- o: \\at.. r t to da;.-ica l !ia-;.T. Til  iL da .  1,1., ba:  i ;'..ii:!'al a;iil toni away '.ik'..!' L-anios t'Ais ui'On -..'¡lea'Ai t¡:e builiiiiiy;. It a.s if it «a-î iii.io!iie-.l. Tho b. e:i to'.u up au 1 lent ' ovilar .'t the il.del at 7 dv,.-:) with  .!uv tb..  at >-a il a ju-c-ti.O J.x.pli.! Tia? ei.V! An;; hi-XVin. aa i  -i uAh ■ u.. .-v;;-  i' t a..'k to-.lav wa-i th.'v-' fe Wat'-r. anil it Was -tiii poiirini; in.  'rho little htrip of iaii.l between lb-i¿;h:oi! au.l i!iiiatta:i iia- been eat-e;: .. .vay. a.i..l tha <h'0.;ii aii'l .Shei-ji.slioad Lay i- i-oiiiieetoà ìiv fr.!!;.' five feet of ■wa'.ar. e vtl a liu;< tu Sln.-ep-ìioa-l.  Th'.' .'\la!.h.A.ta:i aii.l tliiental hotels t^taiid by til.aa-el.e, o.i a lit'lo islati;! that Ìm last bai:;;.^ eab-n u;i. Tili- nialii-lii'dA b.ui.inir Jniviliu.i lii'ui:¡i;,'i¡ií,' to MaüiiatAiti lîeaoll i-i being L>eateu dowu by tila tìi r.i.i'-ring wave^.  Til'' o'J ui.i'Mie lali'.vav -traotiire wa.s ca'.rb'.l a'.vay early to-.lay, aii.l wu.s tai. 'Il witìi .111 uuiul eriish o'.er tai; new liiaiane r.iihv.iy. faily leat inlau.l,  carryinj tlu latter a .vay b<JvUly aiul ovi-Murniii;? alai s:...a-hiag liko  ki:allÌ:!;L- WoaJ.  liiO ol i ]J:-;'.;;it'.>:i lie:l.'h ìia'hiu;^ p;l-  viA.am follo'.,i- l witii a ileaie.iini; eraslj aijd the lìriftv.o ! ìc.i:-r;e 1 with li'-'htuiug ra;>ivÌA./ ani Ibàv.'.ieaii foro.; ag.;ÌLlst tia.- b.ith h'Hisa. t.-ari'.ig iiai't of that UM ay.  Tiie jíri-iitoa í ro;',.i ir-i iiy over tw »■\t<':aN as far a Î ..f ti be.-.i .  li'del is P'.ir-■ .<: \v;'.t-ar. whieh ."■ii ea-iiaa 1 b.iy. ¡a .u jii front of -'.1 .1 v\-.iy -iTiee last :io:i~ early to-ilav '' e !i It,  ! r.uA'.a.l is Hub-e  a- 1 a.u' lin-t Seiill s  NO- tearinL^ a.vav ev.-r,- b ii-.-t. All  \ . « î î Ili i (r  \v  ,.ï .,:i t..  -I.  : : aaüi, ! al..  ; . -a-. ..f ■ . a h- r-.>  J'ally io i f,., t':.' Lotel iia-¡..i.^'it aA.l fa il aii; ali i.-  I.. h"-e a ai  •ai iiiAia iiie . 1 !  t.. ;; V. -.1.  ■ tr.iia - a  i-a.-ii M m: i; a;  i-.ivrct Pct.t.n'A.'T cox.  New Toni:, .Se[.;. !0.-Hon. S. S. Cos is «.lying at his re.-i<lenee in this eity. PLybiciaiis ?.Ion.hiy uuuu guve up all hope of recovery.  DY.'-^AMiTE EXPLOSIO.N.  Over Olio Humlrfd l ive-. I.oit In an Aiit-wi'rp Ca: tri.t'aetiiry,  Antweiii', Sept. .S. A large qtiautity of dynamite expioJeil in a cartridge factory here Th;ir..Äay, t->tally ik-niol-ishiug that ¡HiitioA o:' tlie building in which tho explo ive was keid. The factory was loe.at'.d in tho vieinity ol tho boiir.-o, wliieii at the time of the e.x-plosioii was crowd ' 1.  liufiiing fra_r:a,'nts of the faeiory were liinled again.: the bor.rse, setting it ou lire and en.- '' ;.; a ]iani.> among the member.-;, .-a-..a.ii of wh.iai were iiijnrod. Of the enioaayes of tiiu fae-t'-ry li(j were kille,1, and many others, in and tiie building, wero badly wounded.  I-ar r.  Ai.TWFA-.r, Se2)i. — A dense mass ol umoke stiii ri-es Iruui the burned ipiar-ter snd liangs like a pal! over tiie nhole .3ity. The tlames have, however, been iubdiled. and the i-lloits of the tireniau .»nd tli'-i troup-to i>re.ent their spread have been sui-cas-fal. I he ruins of the burned buildings are still too hot to admit of luf.eh etVeetivi.' work t.i.var l re-ooveria^ bodies of the dea.l, but a fe.v wero tÄon out ye.-terday, and enough has bi-eu gathere I by tlie "br.ive explorers among tlie siU'iking niins to make it ceriaia'tiiat th.- d.-.itli list %\ ill not fall sort of 'JO-i. if. in.lia".]. it dojs uot largely exet'od that number.  " King Leo';o!d aud a nuniber of his ininL-ters nAri-.ed her.! fr(.ia Brüssels yestordii.v, twitwore takeu iu carii.; :T;-t!s to the scety^f Ao fire Afte: speudiuk' over an liouilrtuiong tho lireiiien aud troops at wo^ou tin.' ikini.is, th - j arty was driven t) the h'- -iAil- \'ia-re tho-.' injured by tho e\; l.>..i i;i-; are being car« d for. ' lTi'i--'ih.j kiag ) a-.-ed :ro:ii wanl t-) ward, .v hi-pei-i-ig wor.l-: of roai-forttotl.e p'i-.».' .s-.;;'Are.s. j.-, asion.-.lly stopjiiug t'l s n "th pilaaw aud e-.iol  the for.-h.'.-i.i i>: o^ii' of till' litile factory girls s.ri'teh • 1 up ia a be 1 of pain. JV-fore leaving, thi- king ordere I evi'ry-thing ])Or.-i;i:i' i,.r t'.i_- coaiiort of tiie lia.tiellt.s ! 1 b<.. iloia'.  a'I.r\ ii'aiin. th'.' prop -ie-'■■ it th..'  u}) lu an  Til.' arr tor of tile ear C.'iploaioU.S Ol  .■un  1.  i.-; i.'y m wa; ¡las Al- a Ol  ■•i.  la'.  b  J.AA.  íy cottage, .;iv<-u V, av. í.'  ■Aiiue.l  •.'d  for  : lei-  laeveii r>Iiiu'*-íioMiii, r.e. Diasvíai. ( ol iug part.iuki' Whitj AÀ1 r CoL, w.-r..' iir.j'. bv .s'.K-eiai C-'  CO.AL MiN£ FLOAOED.  I,.— ni'.^'i: l.lve- Nc/r a..t r.ci e;-,.,t; Al. 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K. .la    ■ i tia-    ■ a f en-    BI    111).    , ' . e :              ii.i- ..¡vier, d    Il i:    a.;.,.- il.:;.    1>- re-    b.    •■Ili .-.             ■re  IS j'K-  t .VO  nieii w-'r-..' kiiled iu al! were at v,-. .rk ia a drit: ira of the .-h.ift rit a do; A.i i. wcra so I :-et froi.i the -i  n'.-ar (.ioidoii. ■ );ii ti; It pla.c.j -v .-av i-k.-.-en  ' TiiJvieîûus ".I tiio botto:;i a:i;  lad bv  ni'iriii:  î!iar.  E - aa i-n.à narr 'Vr r.j«„rtiire ia ■  • ■ aaA. ; r. îecte>î l.y thick in n ;  -- A.t' r.'aa -au dimgi'.'-ns wt-rv' îive foid be- . a : ... ; .■, : f the dit;-h, « îdah was tweaty-^ Í-a a> aud c.-nna.urai.'atoi by n icuali i - . V' A'.: .vitri. Tlia uniia.ppy wnteheä .■ .-. . .-i Aa.'f ' h.ail ¡ittl-j f.vil, aiîd that the. - , aa ■ a.-.>vjaenco of U» di-li'ijiC<ty of J . . . , ; r ■-■ho n.-Ls ¡il>i>rany jviid by th«  r ■ "Aa: ..-.-apjiort, Thoy wt-re miar.iously , ta.... -A .»ere l'.vko'. t;;i «ithout accusa- '  tiuii or trial; thoy nere aiiowi^.! no cor.-.inuoi-tkm with their fríe:-. :-, r. mero l-.-ttre do Cttchct serving for th-. ir anx^t .and dototitimi »nvJsn^th of time. They veerx-. in a j  _ X^vk Early ta í"i:t.>-iith .s-ato.-y i  ti»IKî{ioÎBBje, who U.idb«-'?a ^re-atly abii.««.v¡ by i ÎJflKSBâ of Ari:iî-4p-.a.% brdke into tho ; . wlííiatlKy hüd t;dc"a rei'Jge, a:id put t^dsnth. i  tî^ Cbíir'tóS do Goîitaut. niarslsal oí ¡ îti»a bad beisi fcuüty of treason ii« Hssory IV, Ba,ssouapierrc, tho cour. ' »Kl ix^kr, was lijus up th^re cJeveu .; itJMwrtie. for a tiuie, » as Mamíial í thii' œost lîocttliiMis and wortljlesii ;  ■n «f ^fiis tlrae; V'v.:tairo, aho, .ind do LattiiiH Murty yeiars thoro  ins o®a»di«î i^fe do Toaipailour, :-rf-:-isiai-trtìa XV. There,  ^ y.-m 'm tàxa Iron was iaipri.--  o jv-iri, &a obj'.xi of I^'Uis XI V's dyisKf at In hw viijiUnt:y hii idi-atitr has îî» existeno» of sac.i ri<$>âat«il}y düaie«!; but barcrleft cc doubt of it "tf'fjaok.t'íc-a a»coe£\s.  d'Ito; reojrd of the frôvsï tiisx >i>3 «35 coni-rertîovcj  fít.^ y- —  JJi'B .SCF.NE IS r.^.Rl.'v They ri:A> tiw ijun-i....;« nn.i the U.'.teï «1« InvaráU--. :h''y txic*..;-' th-.- -trf--t>; tl:.- cn...wd continued..- s-vi-lia, ti.cy 111! t'ae air witii threats at; ! f>n;iiiar.s .i.I.irn:'^ Ti:o ruoii iî in f'jìl fon» aü-.l tb.« ^^..vornirn'tit Uc-iwi-d;  tho be^in^yjii; oí ti: ■ e.-ai .ha. ca-na  Im  ra^ ébieórcrevl  CAPTURî: Or THE ODIOUS FORTRESS.  On tho ;atoful .Mr.n.l..iy, July 14, all i^aris is in ferr.s-rat. Wonvn .ire sowia^j ojckadi*. no l'>uger ..-rtx'a. but biu'» and r«sî. atid the w.irkiagn; -a bran.lr-b ciul>-. scythe bla^Urs, pikes, jnis, piatols, niu^heta—whatever they can ay baud u;ki!1. Tlio streets and rv:^aiis are ol»-truc:eii with car.nosis, carts, earrings '. bat havo t>X!n -t'api<-.-l in the pev>-ple's tiatiS'' —U'-' incTO i.i tii-i ktnf:'»—and nui-lacked ar : broketi. The f.-eiizy for amus arms, ani-S, ciamore-l and hui-.tod f.jr oa every tide. lUxips of proporty aird rabbtih of Dsany ^^rts aro iu t4io Vïace do Grève. Tho ro--ul ir Midi'. r.< are joinias tho taa-saes of insunr uts; the bolls are b^ie^ from every spiTj; cou'usi-in, uproar, violouco throujiiou: :ho capital.  Tho cro Aiis surge towtird the Eastil-»; bl.acke:i £ ."vauad that pray, grisly fortress burning t. • level it t.j tho ground. SurretJ-d-.»r is denamdM of Delauiiay, the venerabiB ^ovenvjr; but tlio o.-ders beius a-ainst  it, he will a It IIo ha.s but eighty-two ia-validi and thirty-two .Sieiss ::i;a;nst tens of tlsousaiid-i )f frantic Parisians, tortured with the tucr.iorj- of ceutaritsof v.-roaç, Howua-cquai the c,>uiUat, thou~h thi .small garrison is withiu i»ai> walls: Far more thaji walls or fortitlcn tioris or thousand cannons is the re*>lution jf thj p--jple, the force of pablic ofïiniou- A'e.j ag-ain dosoaad sur-  rcud-.'r; ti :aia it i» Tba casDons  lointol on th;; Faulwurg St. .A.atc:ue, which is steadily pourku f'black browed, fe-roci-ju-s' • oritur are ilrawn bact from the eiubrri ures r.s a •.-oi;-ressi'>n to tho howling h&it; î 'Ut î! d'Xi5 not nwHifr thi>m. "nii»*-bJwl tn-jrj ir.adly, uvsro rncîiacinsly tban ever. Tl: cliii.-J of tha first drawtoidgv  MAHKEI M-v,-,,.  Quotation« ïnini Cinrimi-itl and I'.liK--xiln-rr fjr -«■jilciu'i.T 10. Whî:a7  Cous- -"'A'  W, , ... -VA. . tin.!  ..;i(! ¡'>1, ii. ■ -Ì eJaiiaa.:, a: li-.-liiiia  .;. ,i.a. '..ai .a-.:aaic. /-oi araai, A-.^  A>-, ¡a-¡.san .•¡..'aa:^. :.:A;;4.-; il-^-o  . • i. !: : ■ ti-. '.-i.at. X aa i XX. 'i- r^J".  !¡i-:a¡ ; c.attiai-, ■-!■.■; d-i^uae Í!.».•Ci;,  A,' ...  H.w —N-w ».nnip'es ofT-Piil.i: ì- "0 ^10 W, <"l..i i>'ratii la t.> eii'-iìc-^ timothy -.'iì- at 00 <.'!:¡.-'>U r-'r t ^-1. !"ra rio briiigs $T.'.,<H'ÍÑ.V) ;  .•.[.•asr.  CaTTI-S: -<i -»i eh 'i'-c buti-h.ìrii. .«-'.Aij ■A::lSà: t.'iir. ì--'-t' : i-i!!im"!i.  ■ ..'.'i; > ani i.~-.ier-. o , .VJ.  H'XA—.st.-..-.-rol bu:>-.-r- n:i i ii~avy Ehip-pia::. f4.-i' l'i. A'.; fair tu s --»i pn kin-i. f4 t') a'.4 vio-, e •:ii:r.on 111! 1 r'.ivh iJCa-k;:i.r. íí-'.-v'; f.íir to pijs,  4. .■•r  SHKKf — f-' T.-. <"»■>.  ■re  .A . .1 va  T Ko  ÌA :  tl.'ai Jin ai-<--y was bl ''1 th.-!.,-a l.e..Ui C. el •11''.  a. 1,:,  làide  '.I e  .'^.A.O.Allo.l 'i-l n. 1er S hotel.  ■ ■: -.1 I.I.- tila' pro-  :-r !ia:i; fro:u th-j  • .' .-jjeit.'r Jious.^s bo-Î Aa k. -iAllA'.l ou  b'.-a -..a.iied to  • t . •! .aging t , , o ;f :-, a. Th.-  a • - Aik tea fe.-t to pieea.. is !a;A! AAe.l and at to.:; up. Tlie e ..i - ,ar-.> ia vil.-.-.a. -re.'t within A.a:-h ior.nerly Li  :ii the old iron pier r il Is been t jra up  . ; : 1:1 Ai 1 n e v t • ry w h e re, <-ver b.-aa <.■•;. p-ri e a ..re 1 il.- 1-; .la 1. Til" great AS ;A--t a:)!i"a'a:i-.-e at 1  watar iu tl.i- s burst tlA-'U-ii t' d:::t ia ^vhi.-h :! Til '10 is ;a>t til ' si:;;i ia.' aay of tia- ai--a a tAiA ■ 'f'-k-of har.l th: i.- !• ii. - caa i-.-•lii.- ia:ae. v.;:i.'i. a  yi u iay  a iif-v fi-at of  . -i';..- .^-A.■r ¡iaailv ai:t .:ad ;!'.ada.l the i -:i v..-:-- at ^iorlc  11 .1 A.; ol  1 r-  evea  .1 (A  aad It V,  k bat. r  1 -eate 1 ai r ' it oi:e tiA-Ai-aas firrv  A New Venire Ordered—Attorney Correct, the Suspect»' Ijiwyor, Forcibly Reino-ve« niomlstained Uoartl« from the Carlioa Cottalo — Tho I'ollce Jubilant Over Something  CniCAcro, Sopt 10.—Twenty-five tales-mcp^ere oxamiued Monday iu the Cren- ' ill case, bnt all were eitlier e.xcused for i cause or peremptorily ciuillenged. A now venire was ordered.  Aljout .") p. ni. iMonday Mr. Forrest, attoruev for tho defeadonts, accom- j puuicd i)v tluoo compaiiioiis, droyo to ; the iioie^l Carl-on cottstge aud obtained | several i^ii'ces of the blood-stjuned : bo.irds. Old mau Carl.sou drew a re- ' v<.>lver, but ho was (juickly disarmed. | On several former occasions an attempt : was made to secure the boards, but the ' Carl-oiis refuse,!, and tho court refused to is-siie au order compelling them to yield.  What tiave ttie I'olice StrucU?  The police authorities were more than tisiially coandent, not to say jubilant, r»biiiday iiiglit aaeut the Crouiii case. Kvi leutly their etlbrts in some direction had been greatlv successful. Wliat it v.as that pleased tlio;n they would uot littt it might bo s-armised with con lideiiee that thev at least had Coouey, the Tok, just where they wanted him. It wa.s e .e;i hiiite.l V)y one iu a position to give a i^oo'l guess as to wh.'it had been done, tliat ho was locked out of ihj way police station.  NO SPECIAL SESSION.  The rresUIent unii Cabinet Uecld* It Not N'eco.iiary.  W.vsiiiNOTON, Sept Tho president and cabinet Sattird'iy determined not to call a sjiecial session of congress.  FIENDIS.H PLOT UNEAKI HED.  ' - -  .V tvesro Hired to Murder a 3Iaa and U L.'iiieUea l>y Kl« i:inHloyer».  Cni.'.u.o, Sept 9.- Tho ILu-ald special from WLeeliiig, W. Va., says: In-ve.digations by the grand juiy in Fayette county, this state, have brought to light a tieudish plot About a mouth ago a white man named Charles We.st, was waylaid and butchered by Bill Turner," a worthless negro, who had been a criminal all hfe life. West was a prominont citiieu, and a oojamitto® ol regulators lynohcd Turuei-. Curiosity uÌK>ut tho motive for West'« murder was tiroused, and rumors of a statement thai T\iriier had ni;i-lo just beioro h<! was strung up became so numerous that tho i grand jury, then in se.ssion, took cognizance of them an i began an in-ve-tigation.  One of the lynchers, John West a eoiisia of the murdered man, was summoned. and during hi.s tcaniiuation broke down aud made the following re- i markalili- confession: Charles West was j lailitiealiy obnoiions to a number of . iiersoii- of l-'ayette county, aud thev de- j termi:.ti I to have him removed. He WM ; too inomiueiit a man to be killed witli-; oat exciting a .-uarchiug e.-iainination, ' wi.ieh iaigiit pr'ivc iinvAeasaut for Uis ' i.A.\r ier.'r. li-.- eoiiM not bo ]>rovoked i to a ./.uu ri-k ill wiiicii h-; might be shot ia s-if-.It-feAs:.'. The ¡>lo;tei-s were in a' tiii.-::A;a'. u!i'.i held several confi-reiices. : .\t la-t ila.'v hit tij-oa tho plan of hiring Tar;, -r t" d > tiie liee.l. and then lynch- i iii;r hi;ii liefaiA-lie iiad a chance to ini-' pi:eata tiieiii. tlius destroying all trace , of til.-ir guilt. j  V,'.- t V as killed and Turner was Ivm-li -.1. l.';;t before they couM strajiglo ! tlieii- iiirc 1 bravo h ■ let'fall a fo'.v words . tiiat ga- e :i cie'.v to the oiKcers of the ? law. iiie inve.-tigatiou ha-i not l>oen ; coaelr, U--1. l.i'it tho.-o eoucernod iu tho i piot I'.re ÌA'..i-,va. a:i I v. ill be- indicted at ■ o:a;,'. T;i;r.' of th'.'iu ha\e b.-eome aiarm-a : aa-l iaive Ui:t tho vieinity. aban- ; J Jii'ig iijair p:-.>;>anv. but tho rest aro ln-i!a,' sh.i lo-.\e 1 by Aeiitity sherilTs. and V, iii i".' arre-te.l if thav attempt to go ; out of tile c..>u:itv.  to"'m.- !ian-;:, ! to-.- of e,,al The -.i-o;;; ...f numjiAlg oAt the \>at<-r v,-;vs b--.: Mo;;.(ay. '.i'h-' wi l i-.vs a:; i or-piaius ot ti." ^ i•.-Aa.•. a.-- iaiAam d aroaii 1 tia.' :a .:;tii .A tile sha'A ait.-r-laA'-ly eryiiar ail ¡a:i\Í!ig fi.- î;:('ir I'lVt-I üai^s, u:i,l t.:-ee:ie is iiitiful i;i-d'.-eL  NATU "AL T.^ J5T  Beitis Kiiria.'.l ia t »• 111>: till- Dut:.  gai, eomoaiiV. wi  îrrti 111.4. la •. t-i C'iïl-  t ..r til..' -lat .-.  ■lA I'l. - .V naAtra!  il ex-C()U""«'>Maa-ì  -A.t  ng a n;or ina: Folio  Th-' %\ind h ;rrie.i:ie oif aixive. ling adva;ic.-J tlie ed to a jierfec: ■,vi:ig the tirst great  Ilixton Woi.1 Markrt.  Ouia XXX Ulli.-. XX  Oh:-) X Dili.) Xo. I a^kf-d;  .Mic-aipjn -ilc. -Miehig-iii Xa. 1 ;i7c  :i.-k'.-i, ii le Uhio delame ÜO." asiisl, ülich:g-in dr'.aiiie U4-; B*ke>l. umuarcuaalable Michigan '■i' Oai<. tSic, Xo. I combing Ohio  ■iC<-. So. ! 51.-hf.-an cosabin;? Sfi* askt-l, U'!wash-*i O'rAo do Miciiigan "üi^rJSc,  Ken:ucky thr.X'-«.i};hths blood osmbinf'31c, Ke:i:ucky oac-quarter bloo-i combuig ii):;.  Fltt«burB.  r.iTTi.E—Priuie. i4.1.=>©4.a-y:ooii. fS.C-O® ■5.00; f-iL-. -iri.ö'Jigi.SJ; bulls aud fat cows,  Ho<;s—HeavT, medium. S4.3C  iA4..V): Yorkers and pigs, fl.40tji4.50; grais-er>. itj-io,.i4.40.  SHKKr—Prime, fair to good,  common. J-.lw.i<ii3.oO.  Chirss«-  Hoos—Light. $ 4.00@4.70 ; mixed, 4.«; heavv. $aS5t44 Jd.  Cattu;—Extra tieeves. ^30,^4.70; steers, f3.OOig4.5J. cows. buiLs aud uiixad, il.SSfcj aOO; .stockers and fesders, $¿00(^3.10.  L.VUES—iiiöoäß 00.  Kew Vurk.  ATuk.'lT—Xo. tä red wiater, St>ic; do  OcE'.b.T. -sy.^e.  Con.v—Mixe I.  Uatb—Xo. mii-jJ, October, 2:j}%c.  . ti ial wavo the giguntio .'■v.ells came i s->»iiigÌ!;g a:ìd .-etting in r.i¡nd succes-: bion.  Thí» nanlriï!- ut N-w Yurk Ci!r.  ' Tlie dam.nge by tlie .-torin aîo:.'g the ; Xe-.v York Water front has been very great. .\ioiig S -uth sin..et and We-st ; street nearly all the cellars Lave been ; l!oo..lod and gixxb^ des:rr>yed in r-iany of ^ the r.aris huu.se.-i. Tii • few vefv-els that : Lave put ii.t i ik- bay for .^afety re!x>rt j Ven,- heavy \\eather aud seüä all along the coa-st.  Many of tho l<x;a! and coasting stearners did not le;ive their dock, among tiiem l-«iug the .S.andy Hook and Monmouth. whu-h ply to .Sandy Hook. The pilot- of thestj two l> i.its. s.ay tiioy haré nut witnesÄi'.l .such high se-AS so netir shore in nuAy years. Thoy also roi>ort many small lK"-a'..- a Itift.  It is !e[fcirteil that the wire« are all down at Sa;idy ]Io<>k an-l th -.t telegraph .simuj!!!!Ìe:it:onH with that iK.int has iH-on i-f.t oîT. The landing strige ut Castle tiarden is alni'st i-ompletely sub-me.'-ge.l. a state of ¡«.r.iiirs that was never known to have existetl befor-i.  The lower eu'l of Blackwell's Island ia stibme'-poiL ami tb keej->crs were en-çvged early this m- iii:g iu retnovinjj Uie patieuts frouî thv frame out builu-ing>> in that jx>riion of the isiantL  The new i-aihxKid tracks at Arrema-  by-flio-Sea are entirely under water, and the bridge to St. liáwreaco has beea wa-shed away.  On the Ray StJ4te Cuast.  YnîEï.tRD H.4VEK, MasÄ, Sept. IO.—A heavy northeast .«ionn prevailod Tuesday. The rennLir steamers to and from thè niainlanti which carry mails and passengers ilid not rttn. ^o disaitera were rei>ort«d, _  l>o-syatit,s i;.-a 1. iias l^'.-u fo;:iiet iu l'eati-.'.i ladi.uia. f..ti' lii-- purpo.se of c >!i-troliiug tii-J uar:A-.à ga.s oii;;iut o! tiie State. Iî ha- a c.ipital nf ;ind  p;-i-iji<i-es to buy ui> alî the gr-.s iau-is in .\I:ul;.-i.:i. ],vLiware, Henry, Wayue. liaiidoit.h. l'.iyeti" .on l Union cotlitties, ainl nill s'.Kipfv eitie, an i to'VUS IjOîh , inside a:i l ôutside Iho i'ate. The uom-  Î)anv 03.iK<t-i tii-,' .s'.r-'rf.iie cottrt tout)-' lolil the Je.'ent decl.-i'n of tite circuit court in "hi' ii tîie Livv prohibiting the pining of gas fioru the stite, was dc-chlred tuic-jn-titutional. and a,s soon a.s the matter is de.rhiitely .scttled efforts will be iiia'lo to Bt-care larger itapitiil and suî'ply .•^.ime of thu larger citie.s out side of tlia state. In th-j meantiiur-tlie eomjiî-.ny will h^ase :di tiie Lind ¡»ssiblo aod ' iKf" rea ly to siipply gas m any «iuantity d'-.-;re-.L |  Ilmiîl Mine-« L<-3Tìiic.  lîtAvztL, lU'l-, Sejit. T.- party of ; nfty n.itiers left Vs'e ine.s-'.ay i-veuiug for ; Warrior. .\Ia.. to go ti> wo:k in tiio. mine-- for tho Ma)i>-1 .>Ii;iing eoinpany. : Th- y are ofTer. d .-e.enty cents jn-r ton. ; Larèe )^arties of niin-rs are b-aviug this -country. a:id unîe-s the stiike i.s .so-.ni settktf none but but nntrricd m< n wiio . are Tînable tl» lea*« iih thcir families | w;ll bo Vit to l.c--'p up the appoarauoo ; ot a miniag conter. |  iraae' ** ttli airxtco.  St. Loris. Sept 10.—A <Usi>atch from the City of jrerieo says; Th.i 3resican ; Economist. the best nuthority cf Mera- ' can finance and btatistics, gives soino ; facts and tiguies regarditig the condition ' of trade between iMe.-cion and the Uniteti ; States which regarded a.s r.ither Ì  startJing. and which difTer maieriallyj from tiioso given ont at Washington, i It says tua', in the fiscal rear tho  vaine of the exuorts fironi tlie United i Stat&s to iMexico in American coin, ; §10,264,1)7::, or in 3Iexican money, -«■¿.j.- ; «80,231. and diat th© value of e.xports ; from Mesic'-j tn the Uniteti Stat-esduring the same pcritxî vvas Thèse  figure.s luv rc-gardeil tus the nar-st acait-Rtte that Lave ever bi>en obtainiîtl, and | show that e.xports frora tho Uniteti States to Me.Ticol are soventi millions  larger than heretofore stated by either | Mexican or Uiiit<tl States authorities.  THE NAjLE trial.  Ju.tiec I'i.-td Tell-i iii • story of tlio SUoot-inS "fTorry. 1  S.vN rii.vNi-isro, Sept. G. -In the case i c.f ]).a;i:;ty United ^jt.itas Mar..,hal Nagle ! male t--.-t:a;ouy was addu<;<'d yesteni.iy i slij -iug that Terry habit;iaily woiit: ■i4r:a»--i all 1 ilid-'.lge 1 i;i viol -Ut acts.  Ja-A-e I i- i i A-s-iti'-d: l>oputy X'aglo ■ '.a i a.y.-eil > atere t tiie dining room r.t; L:;t::i'"ii for breakfa.-t. and 80<>n after iakiag oar s'-ats .Juilir.! Terry and his, uife enti re 1. .^s tiiey pasi^ed down tlie; ai-^le .^Ir. Teiry gauic-'d at me for the; !:io:;.ia; and tiiexi tume.i al>out and left, til" '_'! '. e. .iudge Ti-rry .seate.l liim.-elf. ! bat aro-e imuie-Iiately aud c-iuie toward ' nn.'. ];ef<."U> ic.iii.'.iug what he intended to d >. I f. It a powerful blow on my. ehi .'k. I tuincd aruun I aud -saw Terra' s ; great ;.u :n tow, ri;;,:^ over nie with his i cl -a-ifd list upniistAL 1 then hoard j X:','::ie say: ■■.Slo|). I am an ollicer." I> tiieu hear-l two pistol shots in quick; .si-.K'cession. .-in I saw Terry fall to the-j':iH)r. 1 w:-,s dii'.e i for a mome^. bnt| £o<'U rea'.i: > d that Terry had receTve»! a ; decsth \',o;i;id, an-J 1 arose and left tlie; r<?f>ni. I  .fusticj 1-Teld further testified that ho ¡»eiieveil th.it if Xugle had not shnt Terry In; (Tield) woul'l liavo been dead wi.hii! the next liio stHronils. The ex-pre-siou ,)f Terry's face when ha rawed iii- hand to strike a second blow could not i e mistaken. It was full of malioe a;i't murder. JtLstico Field declared til.it lie iia-l never had any difficulty with Teiry prior to tho ¡Aharon decision 11 year ago. Thoy had boon on ilie ]ii:/-t fiietidly terms. Terry had ofteu tried ca.stss before him, and on euti-riug c<iurt ha'.l always spoke pleas-artly. During tho l.-vst year or two, however, ho .seemed to Hare entirely changed, and to liave lost his resjiect for the court. .IiiKtiuo Field added tliat tho story iti h:s haviujf asked Terry to stipport him for prc=i lent soma yeom ag<iV:-.s iMirc fiction.  Ju.-tic--' Field wa,s not cross-oxamiBed.  A Collection or Inter«stln|; New* Items  on M»ny SubJactji, Gathered From V»-  rionn Source«, and Kspeciallr Prepared  for tbe R>uty Baader.  The Democrats of Pannsylrsnia noinio»-ted Edwartl A. Bi);ler for state treasurer.  Gen. Legitime, ex-presideuC of Hayti, arrived in New York city Thiirsday.  TUoy say the far northwestern wheat crop is of finest quality, but of uncertain yieli.  Bob Y'ouuger, who is dying at Stillwat^ penitentiary, is now unable to spoak abov« a whisper.  Small coke operators iu the CoimelUvUIs district have combiaod tbeir interacts so aa to b« able to competa with the Frick aud McClure companies.  A rich silver strike has been made at New Mexico.  Twenty-Or« thousand persons attended the celebration in Bucks county, Pu., of the founding of the Presbyterian church in the United State-. President Harrison was present and delivered an aildress.  It is said there is a moveuiaiit on foot to unite all the large dime museums in tho United S^ate<. The money is to bo furnished by Engliah capitalists.  Marshal Xagle testillej Friday that be believed his cwn life, as well as that of Justice Field, to be in danger when ha shot Terry.  The Buffalo Xews claims to have proof that tho story aliout Graham goinj oyer Xiagara Falls in a barrel is a '-fake."  All enterprising photographor attempted to take a picture of a woman who suicided at Xiagara Failj as .'iho was on tha brink, but the torrent was too quick for hiiu, aud he lost the chance of his life.  The new cruiser Philad.'lphia wai launched .Saturday.  Steve Brodie wont orer Xiagara Falls Saturday in a rubber suit. He was not seriously hurt, aud after being restored to consciousness was arrested on the charge of attempting suicida.  Miss Viola -•X.dams, daughter of a wealthy resident of Chicago, who was disjwned by her father twenty years ago for eloping with « man named .-^.ndrewrs, is now the heiress of »4a,0ü0, left by hor grandfather.  Xurse Donelly, stabbed by iMrs. Uobert Ray Hamilton, is able to walk about.  Three sisters named Curelier hare committed suicide at Vesinez owing to losses in betting.  Owing to the uuauthorixed publicity giroa to bar proposed pilgriiuage on foot to Marieazell, Kmpro^« Elizabeth has abandoned the undertaking.  Tiie children of Mrs. Maybrick have beo^ adopted by a lady aad («ntleman of Lon-4ou, with the approval ot the raistire« op both sides of the family, Tha cbildr«a mé-sume the nam* ot their foster ptirentd.  It is suted that Eliag Leopold meditatf« a trip to the Congo free slAte, and Ihftt while there be will tako steps to iiTipróV« tho finances of the state, wiij» a view to diminishing tho annual deflciency which he has persisieutly madj gnoi out of his private means for years.  The Turk sh nrinistry of war has ordered 100,0X1 Manser repeating riflos, to be ready in a mouth for distribution among the troop.".  Five thou-iand steel workers in Wales threaten to strike. Thoy demand an advance of 10 per cent, in wage<.  Mrs. Maybrick hai been removed from the iniirni.iry in tho Woking prison, and now occupies a solittry coll.  Searle defeated O'Connor in tho boat race.  The Germans have block.ided .Saadani, Zanzibar, and ß;ihtiiig is eipecteil.  Eniperor Williain was serena le! at Dres-dau .Sunday by lU.CWJ ciiizons. Tho en-thu-iasni inaaifostcd ny tho jwoplo was remarkable.  Another woinau was found murduroJ ia Loudon Tue*.iay morning.  l'rr*oll;it.  Pennsylvania Doaj.jcrau nominatoJ Edward A.. Bigier for state treasurer.  Mrs. Jam-'S G. maiu3. Jr., h.is defluitely decid-rd to give up h':r hiitrionie aspirations to oblige hrr falher-iu-law, who has particularly requ-itei her uo: to appeiu" ou tho stage. Her healtn h.i» not been very good of late, but It was not on thu nccouut, a-i was given ou", that she has changed her plans. It is said that overtures havo bejn madj by hur husband toward aiTocting acjiiiproniiso, aud that shj is anxious to conciliato his parents.  John L Sullivan announces his intention to run for congress on the l>einocratic ticket iji the Boston dis;riet.  A P^act  WORTH knovring is that blood dis-cíuses whicl; all other remedies fail to cure, yield to Ayor's Sarsaparilla.  Fresh coiifinua-tlon of this statC'. luent comes to hand daily. Even such Uü¿l>-seat<;d aud itubborn com-plaiuta as llheu-matism, Kheui.ua--^^tie Gout, and tlia ^ like, are thoroughly eradicated by t iic use of this wonderful alterativo.  >rr.s. Ii. Irvinj; Dodge, 110 W.-.st T".th street, Xow Yorlt, eortilies ;— .\l>ou( two yr.ars ago, after suííerini» for nearlv two \-(îar.< ' from rheumatia pout, In-iùg able to walk only with great ii:-4eo!)ifi.rr, and having tried variojii,-ri-niedies, inehu iiig mineral y."St>>rs, witiii'ut. n'li.'f, I saw by an sdvortisr-ni'-nt in a Cliieag ) ¡laper that a man had bci-n reiievi-.l of I Iiis iliat,-i'ssiiig complain;, after Ion ; snITt'iiiig, by takiiijj .'Vy. r's Sarsa¡.arl la. I tin-n ilerided to make a trial of liiis medicine, and took it regularly for ei'_'lit innnths. I am pleaseil to say that it elfeereii a coiiK pb'te 1 11!!', an.I il at I iiave since had uo return oC the ilisi ase.''  Tdrs. L. A. îsAirk. XiLsIiiia, X. H.. writ.'s; "Ono ye ir a^o I w:is taken ill with rlu iimati.-'ni. Ix'ing K.ntine.l to my house si.-t monti s. 1 i .inn.' out of tin» sickness very mn-h debiiitated. v.'itli uo apui'lit.', aiii.l m; system disoidered iu every way. 1 eo nmeneed t<i use .-Vyer'n Sarsiipiiriiia and began Io iinprnv.; at oacis gaining iu slreii'^ih ami soon ri'-eovering my iisiml heailh. 1 cannot .say too muili in arase of tliis well-known unaîieine."  "I have takiJTi a gre:it deal of modi-ciin\ but not 111-I'.; lias litme me so inn.h good as .Vy.-r'.-, Sars.ai^iniila. I felt its beiielici.il elTecls b. iore 1 ha.I quite linislieil < ne boitle, and I can freely testify lh::t it is the best blon.l-inedieirie I kn(i\viif."—L. \V. Ward, Sr., Wooiliaiui, Texa-i.  Äyer's Sarsapariila,  rr.i:r.vuEi> r.v  Dr. J. C. Ayer íí Co., LowsH, Ma»».  IVic* «1; six Wiirili fi > botti*.  LATEST FROM SP.^ING VALLEY.  Laixjr Nutot.  Fifteen uui^dre-J suooaiakars ura out at North Adams, iia^-'  The laborers on lua Duluth city contracta havebeea male h ippy, for they have at last be«n coiiced.-d what blooi was shod (or, and what long strikoi faile.1 to get for thom— $1.7.^ for a days work. 1: came as aa entire surpriz-i to theiu-  The strike ia London has demoralizol the shipping interests at lloatre.al. Tiie freigiit depots are oveifloiiing with perishable freight, and no vessels are there.  Miners along tho Io>va Central and Toledo, Peoria and Western railways struck for an advance of ten cents per too.  The Fire IteconL  Tho forest flres which havo boon raging in the 31ontana mountains for the last six weeks are now supposed to haro t«Mu extinguished by the heary rain and Sno^ which fell Monday night. In tho viciDity oi Ellistoa and Ten Mile, snow to the depth of four to six inches covers the ground.  Fire in Laird & Xortou's iumlwr yard at Winona, Minn., -.lestroyed $000,000 worth of property. Iitsuranu« 1170,500.  Link villi, Or«., ha.: a »IflO.OOO fire.  Crime« aud CluuUt««.  Andy Hightower shot and killed his wife near Bessemer, Ala. Jealotuy was th* caus«.  Tramps fatslly injured two brakemen who tried to put them off a 'rain near Pittsburg.  A doien perrons were injured in Xew York by an explosio'i of sewer gas.  Ihe Ueatli BoIL  Berry H. Benford, of Memphis, who was the youngCiit soldier ia tbe Confederate army, died Tuoiday while on a business trip  to Monroe, L^^______  Am Ohio Girt Married Abrmil.  IjOSDOje, Sept 6.—Mia« Jeoni* 8. Chaciberla^ ssoond datightor of Chaml^lain, of Cleveland, O., "inta marriíM TOiit church, Hanover  ia St  Tenants to lie I Jcced, aad ihe 3Ilne.« ( losnl far six .Moiitli«.  CnnAvi^o, Sept 7. - The latest aIvioas from Spring A alley aie not Acry quiet-' ing. It is exjiected that tho work of; ejecting tenants from company houses' will .soon liegiin. Hie mines havo Vietin ordered clo>eil for six months, but to far uo sti3p ha.s l^u taken to caifry the onler into ])ractical ofi'ecL  The other mines of northern Illinois have either resumed or will do so within a d.ay or two on the seveutr-two and j and a half cents jxjr ton principle, bnt | the Spring Valloy men havo not been favored with even that oSer. They are out in tho cold, and while they will submit to the closing of the mines, they tnjl not willingly go out of the houses which thoy at pre.4iBut occapy. If the com-insist« uix)n evictions ziot ^d b! sbe4 wül ioljow. .' 1 _  George's ¿qnar& to Capi iSoiv bert Xaylor LevlamL l'ho bri-le war« white Safin witn silver and pearl ornaments. Her sistor Josephino was bridesmaid. The presents wore uiinier-ous. and include-1 a brooch in the sbapa of a horseshoe studded with diamonds snd pearls to the bride, aud a diamond mbv pin to tbe groom from tho Prino* of Wales.  AN EARTHQUAKE IN WISCONSIN.  An Immense Stone Milt Cracked, and nn Artesian Well Cesses to Flow.  KAtXAUSA, Wis., Sept 10.—Tho village of Florence, Oatagamie coun^, a Email place ono mile above here, was shaken on Saturday by what is believed to liave been an earthquake. The dis-tarbancc of the earth's interior seemed to hare been directly xuader the spot rrbere Btsnds .tbet.inpa^iwo doId vaq4  paiier mill of the Yan Xortwick-iwgora company, aud great damage wa.s done to the structure.  Tlie mill was but recently completad. It is built entirely of .stone, and the ia-meusitv of the same chu - rvauiiy be "  Íguessed l.oin the iaot .^»it it is the argest paper s nil I'ttlp miU ia tbif  north and'HCiist;^ wivllá? of tlio «Di m» ^ crack odi^^-inniiî i gUScésc anJ hnvo »ans. rated {iOpit *tLâ- Acor tuidfroof söt««^ inche». . .  All of the i|iño!j:uc ry ia .the north ai^d will hare to be â>t ovtsr^ / n». it is all okt of placo, many riiafta fcohig bent  An artesiiau well on tho blulV. 200 foot above the mill, Lm ccoaed to Üov* sinco the occurrence.  .>cw-0. & M. l-'ecdc'r.  Sept 7.—A now railroad company hi.s been formed, called the t'incinn.ati -and IJedftird, io build > line from the Chio and Mississippi to tlie I.ouisville, iiiow .Vlbauy and Chfca-It will «.ipeii iiuich new territory to Cincinnati, .fohu H. iJariiavd. of that city, is at tin; head of the eii.'^crpiiät».  ItKliie.; L'1> tlie l>i-i,l-;s.  Go.4!Ikn. Ind.. Sept. 10.-The second Boctiuii of freight trainan i the first section of train "lO c-,)llided near this  i)oint oil the Liake .Sho o road Sunday, îoth trains v.ei-i b.i dy damaged and both engines ruiiled. Aut no lives lost Tha loss is o.stinated at .'S U."}, 000. All traffic on this l;n i has been stopped.  INDIANA NEWS.  'v  Telegraph Ta;>s tijtlijr.sl rrom .\11 Orar Iluosicnloui.  P. E. S:ud-bikor wa< welcomjl b.ack to Bouth I! 'ud, I id.. 'y his ¿,OJJ w.jrkiua;i and hundred» of othor.a  A ruuiway hor^i, throw Jam-?» Manu and Cl.ireacj Doll, of C <sriu:intown, lad., from a carria-.;j ia Ca.nbrid^a Ci-:y, crashing Mann's leg s.-> th:it aaip-itatioa will probably b-j nee-.-ss iry. DjII receive 1 a serious wouii'l.  Carroll BronuabTg,_ricli yo'jag farmer, was arrestai et Ar dersonv^n;l^jfof.«tnlntaC;_, Xei^iij.  Piro at L-iporte, Ind., d,;3troye 1 a row of house.i, ten iu uuuib-T. Loss .J;JU,000; insur-anco •fö,.V)0.  A. C Staley. ol! S.)'ith Bia 1, Ind.. wiU prob-ably die from tho efT-ws of morphin« given by a druggist for quinine.  The ;h.>ft of aa or lin ince, a.J.jpto i by th« Indianapolis rj.ouncil in IS54, was developed by aninjuiietioa suit in tlrit eity.  The typhoid fever epidemic at Conner»-ville, In i., h.ts been much exaggerated.  Walker En^lo w.ts fatally injured by msi chinory at Winch?iter. Ind.  All Indiana faria.'r iiaaied Coward, who has accuniulatei consi'lurablo money, kept his wealth un Icr rifters, beneath tho floors, and other placo-.  Walker Engl 2 ivas killaJ in a factory at Winchester, lad.  H-iory ruterbough, a wetithy pióoeer iarm,»r, sear Ijcg,tusport; Tud., dropped d«ad FriJji.v. -Wi:«.! ì/jikI he - - i|Hll|f~' t ou his kué^ ia vhe furrow withWKiiaad grasping the roun 1 of the jplow.  Ex-Gorernor Jolm P. St. John, of iBI.-vnsas, addi-i>ssed itwo 1« > audiences at Brazil, Ind., Friday on Px-ohibition and Protec tion." An adinlsuon feo was cha ged, i» large sum being realizo-1, which was donated to the nee ly miners.  Henry Wainosthoriie was found dead near Mülhausen, Ind., with a bullet iu bis haa4, Beliaved accidental  R  Absolutely Pure.  Thi* p.iwdor never varies. A ni.nrvel of pn» rity. ^trength .md wholiM-jmenram. Mnre eco-loi! ic.ilthan the t rdlnarr kinili', and "cannot ■f. folil in corapetltion with the nuiUitiStle of ow tc»'. ehort welfiht .ilmn or phosphate ITF. Sold only in cans, it'iviii. BaEIXO Pol  r I   

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