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Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 20, 1902, Hamilton, Ohio THE HAMILTON TELEGRAPH ESTABLISHED A D 1814 HAMILTON OHIO THURSDAY MARCH iiO 1902 VOL 74 NO THE WEEK The relief mot today an I made arrangement for distribution on Thursday tie The Butler County held meeting Is it night and four the inow next December They are il B Lane Mo tad Mr Ellison O to bo the of poultry Blue Ball 0 judge of pet stock and Georga judge of Two new members wore admitted I be monthly will hereafter bo 1 eld on of Saturday ing Peter B Hale died ak his homo in Wayno township north of at aix o'clock yesterday evening of con- of the bowels aged 415 years Ha had been an invalid for several yearn was born in Hamilton County and leaves a widow and ono child He also has brother aud two sisters living at and a brother John Ths funeral will take place from the Monday at 10 a in with services also at tiro church at the Rev J H Krehbiel of Trenton The interment will be In the cemetery SETS THE PROPERTIES Buys Interest in office And Miami Price Run Up To At Today Now Owns The En tire Block High Rlley Second Streets 1 lie Exception of Mrs Minot's In A CHECK ON OFFICIALS JJAMES HUESTON GONE TO REWARD Detail Plan of Proposed Inspection System BENCH BAR AND JURY Away Improvements Right Would Over Offices at and up any at Once A special from Columbus gives details of the for the tiou of county mentioned this paper on stale today announced of hereafter n supervising over all county of tin state under tho direction of tbe auditor of the spates It proposes to establish a now department of to be known a bureau of in- ami modeled Honored Old Wayne Township Dead Paralytic Stroke a Year Ago Broko His MONDAY Undertaker wai called to Port Union today by the sudden death of Mrs She over 70 yeari of Bge The of manslaughter against Henry was today continued until the next court term anil the bond continued at f la of William F Joints vs G et aud a deorco of salo by United court undivided two thirds internets in the post and the Miami buildings aold today to G A for t or TUESDAY Ed H Jones today appointed L D to examine the condition of the county treasury anil the examination is now in There has been a liso of 40 to 50 grees in temperature at Denver and Western Henry T Berry today and the weather will moderate rapidly here It was only ten degrees above zero at 0 s m very low The trustees of the State for 1 ha Insane yesterday after- noon audited accounts aud adjourned today toi ratify the superintendent's appointment of a steward to succeed Dr Shepherd the newly pointed superintendent was yesterday elected secretary of the board of President Moray reported that the of the retiring superintendent Dr and the former steward were correct up to this time There were up to last night few if any additional candidates for tho wardship than previously reported The law precludes the appointment of a from She county in which the asylum is located Included in luf of applicants were George A Milur ol Hamilton a farmer United States storekeeper L P of Warren 0 A Enlass former Auditor of L B Williams a Quartermaster in tho United Slates Army in tho and r resident of Ohio O A The tho Splendid mosS Entire after of n line Trim ling auditors the and check up tho county nnd moneys and in other a Ths for this was by re- Willis ot tho honjo of Re- taxation committee wan prepared by auditor of State Walter tho sanction by nor Nash Tho creates tho ditor chief nnd o appointment ot not more Hires deputies TOlio lira lo give a banel ia tho nm nf and to a salary of traveling are o hold for four or con- special clerk is to bo allowed chief for iho handling of business this BOW auditors are to tho vinous cm as lie Was In St Clalr Lo Janus at hi homo in The of BT Township miles north of thin morning at o'clock tho eightieth of Ids Imd Leon in poor health for over a havin had n stroke n year ago from ho never fully re covered James born at tho old the sale began on tlie premises 1 1 a m and was by Deputy in St IN DEATH ed States Marshal Dan W of The was respectively praised at and or a total of It was r separately tho onice building first nurt both were bid in by J J for G A at of tho up and or a total of The property was then offered 03 a whole and J J bid ns it bad beon agreed up in tho States court whon a now order of sale was V Vf bid f oOO and tho bidding then alternated on 5100 bids between Mr and Mr Whitaker until they ran np to 000 at which tho property was off as above staled This purchase by Mr pets tho entire in his possession with the exception of the one-third Mrs Kats in the parts sold today Mr said today ho would mako no immediato im- on tho property Tho terms of the wore cash but n deposit of accepted and the of tho money is to bo as possible not thin umo in cooh nnd n thorough Ii ia charged inspector Khali put effect a uni- form system 01 of a simple in order that tho true of a may at by tho in- spector la to meet tho of this bureau it is provided each shall pay into the treasury iy Aug 7 and camo of a minent nnd woll known family Ho was tho son of Thomas nnd Mary Huoston his being ouo of tho early of County Ho his early at the old and later to his homo in ho had ever einco resided lie was married to Mien Elliott of survives him Mr Hueston was a u an sterling character honest and upright in all his dealings honored and respected by al I who know him Ho was ono of eight iivo of whom Mrs B nnd ilrs of Hamilton William of Oxford and Robert mid John of St Glair township Announcement will bD made of the funeral In tho matter of tlm estate of Andrew an Inventory and up boon returned us follows goods and chattels specie money ou deposit in Iho First National bink pension about total In tho TO mm on pleas court tho ler Company Caboll of Cincinnati aud Win 0 their Ins brought against Iho Millers aud worthless in i Manufacturers Company for relief want hir HI a Plaintiff says tho Is a under tho Minnesota is engaged In the business of loss by fire and that on or about Juno 13 in consideration of a of mid in addition thereto R liability to t hot Aid defend nut company insured the plaintiff hereto in tho of lo elloot on the eleventh of at twelve noon of that day Plaintiff says that said policy on ths buildings therein described inwit thn filmier Milling in tho Ward was in full force and ou November tho wero damaged by iris to tho extant ol policy that the on tho was 51 aud that there is duo it as its less oo the the of -18 that tho personal erty described in tho policy on ber 2 1931 wai damaged by firo to the and Ihst the total amount of insurance was in- th policy mid time is plaintiff on Enid policy by reason of said lois the sucu of that it immediately notified defendant of its loss and was notified them that all liability tho policy was denied tho defendant without any jait or provocation on her part loft her and has ever since been absent from her while prior thereto by his Idleness nnd he failed to provide for her and compelled her ti Iiro on her owu Bho tho defendant would otten o away anil stay for or four weeks lit n wonld oome home in a 1 nnd filthy condition and ibat whoa ho did work hit drink Ami trotted hor ia a nml hiu sin praya for for restoration to name a and sho for triple citizen mined by tho enumeration This will yield annually about It is understood that this will bo pushed as an administration measure Thomas REPUBLICANS NOMINATE Heat'a aged 80 oldest in Delaware County died morning at Ind He was a third cousin of and Fletcher Heuth The Mis Crow Expired at Sunday Eliza years who tho vicinity of all her useful life died very ly Sunday morning at her had her dinner and as was leaving the table was seized with pains in the region of tha hoart Sho turned to for whon she fell to tho In a few minutes Mrs wai a well known woman ot Butler county and her sudden hai canted great sorrow in and llu Tho deceased who was born near tho of her death was a member of the United Brethren of from edifice sho wiH ba buried Tuesday afternoon at The Rov Mr Lush will officiate and tho body will hi laul ta rest in tho Two ions and one daughter survive her by tho of next week JUDGE PURCHASE iets The Campbell Farm public at tho this and in tho nutter receivership of 0 M of tho the vided two-thirds of tho well-known Island farm of 340 acres and lying between tho big little reservoirs and intersected by tho O H and Pan h railroads was by auctioneer Bob to Murphy for It was appraised at RESIGNS The republican executive com mitteo of mot Thursday evening at the of Township urer There woro a good miny present were mado by several of the committee urging ths necessity of putting good men on tlu Among the T 0 son who of tfco high rate of ation caused by gant of tho money and showed by much it was costing to rnn our aud Iho amount it hud taken to rnn our city wall received Mr Simpson commanded tho very attention Maiming as ho did that good men should bo pat on tin and tho cities expenses Thought down and with thorn wonld go tho high rate of tax which wo arc paying to-day Tto following ticket WBS mado oui for tho coming election First Ward Simpson School Board G N Assessor Gen H Secon C B Johnson School Board J P Moron I bird Ward George Dodds No School Board Assessor Herman Knowlton Gilbert Gilbert CO years eld old of Mauds died at his homo recently lie known to every body Union Plaintiff says it has been nt all times willing to enter into an arbitration in regard to said policy but that practically no part thereat has been paid Judgment is 1 for with interest from Philip of Stephen Elkins filed nu account In for is has loon appointed ad ministrator of tho of Benjamin P aud givon bond in the sum of approved sureties Ia tho mitter of tho of Harriet O Tumor nn inventory nut appraisement hes been as fol Personal goodi and chattels moneys claims and ac counts totol proper to the iu tho In ilii mutter uf the of Fit ton it appearing to the court of the al cannot bo sold at 111 an order Bale hu been lit thu highest price that can be for oath appraisement In tha of Herrmann H icr ot al the been ordered to r and plat to comet a show the of tub dividing In conit pursuant to lion duly the nama ot tin clumped to Kaefer 18th ill Iho case of George U vs Hosa Martin a of was in favor of tho 1 lit defendant nnt restored to her maiden name Ths f for n change of name tho tho former has with another and while this plaintiff has been obliged to his name unpleasant and distasteful toher Sho says furthermore that tho real she owns Etill stands BILLS ALARM DRUGGISTS In tho case A Nora tho Laws Will Interfere With Carbonated Water The two bills introduced into tho Legislature the pist week by Smith aud Williams of ton county relating to of water havo agitated tho druggists Mid of this city in a no t liy Mr provides a penalty of or three imprisonment cr both for any ono ater on promises v any in carried on As a great many tho water which thoy ictl over Eoda water conduct this whore thoy have it can be readily icon how they affected Tho other by Mr Smith provides a of retailers ot water and tOO for of it This would tho trade of coda fountains Hessberger vs defendant ha her answer She her to is alleged in tho petition hut Ionics each and every allegation therein contained By way of cross through her attorney Hobert S Woodruff Bho sais that ever rinco her marrige sho has conducted herself toward plaintiff as a and that their it was his wish that they go an 1 Iivo with his parents that risked him to holp prepare a homo for themselves hat that In refused to do fo until or about November lit rented a room from SECURE CANNING People Jersey Company It ii now understood that tho Jersey this city i ry Jenkins Will bs Deputy to Clerk Hoffman Deputy W 0 has ered his resignation to Jnp Hoffman Jr and it has been accepted Mr ter has been associated with Iho clerk's for a Lumbar of years an his departure will bo ly and sincerely regretted Clerk Hoffman has appointed Harry ns an assistant copyist in the John Blair School Samuel Township Trustee Goo W Water Works Trustee ly decided to atd build B I Onice and may mako Mm a establishment of I heir plant tlie Panhandle depot nt Sv a register dork Tille An m in a of tanners and was hold at the 0 H and the village and tho 100 for VAIS j The branch is ted to hu operated on quite au bans and is expected to be in the turning out of in products year in the way of township for 500 I r or tho best line of curtains and Mr with Sale of County Lands Ward WIFE NEARLY KILLED evening tho Republicans of township met in Ktel ton and mado tha following Mrs Shull Says Hsr Husband Shoot Her A Slmll her attorney S hat brought suit her husband Harry D for divorce She she married to tho tiff at Hamilton Ohio September 20 he French on Strong OMo hor to live sleep cook iu rocin to buy her fowl for her sustenance and what lit tin ho did buy was nothing but hominy and beans only food Bijs Hint tho food thus provided not to keep alone the plaintiff and that iho was of- ten to go to her parents for assistance Sho Hut after living m mid roam foar was compelled on account of plaintiff's cruelty and tn go back to hor parents aud live Stw says defendant had a good position a week and fully able to provide a home for and properly support hor but to do so Sho taye that by his they did return to her parents homo and lived until when ho staggering tuto the honso about 11 a m picked up and left her and linn since been and his refused to live wilh hor 1111 lus compelled Iu r to woik for n ou tho duplicate in her married in- tcad of hor maiden name The will of Iho Into Rachel gan has been filed for probate It provides for tte payment louts and gives the residue of the estate feo to the sister Sarah E Birch who is also appointed Tho will of of township deceased has filed for It provides for tho payment of the just debts and funeral gives to the heirs of the daughter Louisi to the Roll if hii heirs if lend to the son Samuel Trembly ond tho goods and other personal are to tho four Jennie and Jacob 0 Clippings if living or their heirs if dead sou Adam Clippinger Jr ii appointed and him to manage tho real estate the death of tho husband Adam 0 tr upon his death sell tha property and distribute tho proceeds the Tho will dated 4 1837 and witnessed b Snai D Kittou jr and B A Hulden A capias hns leeo for Eister ou s of contempt ot in nut in a di- vorce granted his I in her mit lest v O U Pake of Mary K tin au in the probate court sho receipts and ex- to the amount of In the case of Condon vs Hall anil Joseph B partners elo llw answer bueu Ho tint told and delivered Jo him tho milk and the petition or that plaintiff I nil tho credits on tho Account to which tho are entitled He ays thai ho plaintiff mere he is with pa uid account For his separate and second Clerk and that no children havo resulted I from the union Sho eays about six months after t T -T I CIA Tom of T their marriage tho defendant began to come homo at night in in condition wonld carso nnd call her vile names nnd that his conduct gradually grew woree until he lost his and she thereby compelled astern Pr Assessor Pr James Southern Fr Jas L Havens Constable Charles Leonard Ace E Additional havo aud others sold to I M Morgan town ship sundries to Wed Charles worker and K Grimmer The 0 A Hooven High Sao Orel and big lino of rocm 330 street Therefore she prays for a ol petition Ibat sho may ba de creed and permanent nil mony In granted a divorce ami she for all proper in Iho In pleas court Snell through hor Robart S for to tako in and washing in from her James on order to get along at all Sho further Fays that on November grounds of cruelty neglect and abandonment M Sun rday nays that sho married lo and to ami the at had it not for living of a neighbor who took the lift that it agreed between plaintiff and firm of Hall and tea that tho milk plaintiff was to deliver thould contain four per cent batter fat and tho cream twenty par cent but he says the milk did not contain on an average moro than three not the cream more than fifteen per cent ot butter fat and wat therefore more than less than the amount charged therefor ia the count Ho says that by reason of iU poor quality a largo number of the customers in tho ot Hamilton to take said milk or pay price for tho whereby laid was damaged to the of ba deducted said and lot off against it In matter of tha estate ol Albert Oils deceased Mary Berry one of tin heirs has filed a motion In the probate to Joanna D Stout M for the at at- township no expense A K Shannon mayor Samuel ponce children havo been born to them as tho failed to bti duo tn tin estate to result of marriage She saj s tin has mako within al nil times M a by not paid revolver from him that at other tinita tho hni her mid she ful nod loving wife but Iho defend prajs for a and anl of ot her maiden nanis of Kite A ness for moro than yoau the of the estate to and It Ueu and all other proper relief inst ami that on August W
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