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Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 28, 1887, Hamilton, Ohio m i .nd. Tlll'KSIUV, Al'HII. The dale j.ilnl.'.l afo-i on I raprr ilcnol. s (hi' III.i.1 tile -lll.-i ill- Ullll'lplVK. of drunkenness by they will arcomplUh more TSBKS t If .trictly jn, can .ccompli.he.) by advance, wi'fwurf m ten. IT is a great pity th.il ihe well near Ihe jiiiiuj, was. not kepi oj.en to ihe liow could i irefiillv There if I nothing .-.bom low if tl.i- ll-.w is (...illiniums. I'rof. when l-wt put (he probable life Tin: motirr innrkri in Hamilton liin'.., (in.'illv ovi-rinii before ilie well was i een. liehienr. no to i-u-bt MT .'in" i i t '.tin-il and sp.ihd bv the hii ,r ..all rate. vilJ prr-t'v lieavi t-oii i Il ii.i- o ul.ic of LMS dav follows Him nani id speculate mi bv money. ed WITH .1 L-n- iri-ll c.'imr in l.cl.a- Hamih.n, ami ih.-n- not tic nna-ii lu.-l [it .telfimili- IIIR vlitnher ih.n i- natijial iu ihi- cotiH'r ul ilie M.IK-. nmicr.-iaml lijere is aho to U' a uv. cr sunk in I'ineinnsli. I'd ev.TV lime ti'sinkx ;-.s. wa, ].....ir exp.-iiuicnl. tilt tUflflllf l.tll, u, Us Uoljl.l II. very valuable ad.liiioiis lo any maunfac luring plain. Si far a.-: He have i looks a-, il i.nr uf lias ihe uuatjiv uf eiidiiram e >KVKNor years J. S. M. len dulhrs a front foot for his lot on the fmuh side of sited Unaei'ii Kiyluh and .Ninth. 'IVo years tRoiientge Hughe; ibirlv diillsrs a i irom fool for s lol beyon.l WelrsterV. Kow forty-wren dollars a front fool h; IK-MI paid for a lot beyond Undies'. Tli hoj.ilty about surh that the price- i lie not speculative hut indiiate the nor mil, Heady l.ut very brisk deveb pmen! of the ritv. Ox June (Jin-en Viciori., will have drawn her saliry fur tifty years. Thai nhry is JMS.yi.KKl a year, and for tifly it foois up ,1M( ,.r aU.nl i'.'o.-J.'iii.t'dii. Thi- leaves out all arn.nm of ul.al ill.......nihers of ihe royal family ami their uii'iiis hr.ve i-osl. During the same peii. ,1 id lime the sslaiiiv, oi the i'n.-iili-iu> of llie I'nited Sl.ll.-s have only Is ii any wonder tli.ii atiai-k- i" parliament on ihe lavi-h alhm.incc- bi'.-.-.-o.'ore :i Hun-ell my a I family and l-idor? 1 lir: em.rmoti.- irmnijrralioii the la-l weeks prompt.- the Ctiicayo Tines, ilie leading ilem.icra-.'i' of the Norlhwesl. tn express its vi, ws upon Ilie iliatauler of ibis incoming lid.- of humanity with ai.il forrc. IIMYS: are llu-v: riiey arc call.il. in tlK "ilii- il of nil mili.ms." u.-inir the wnni-; ol trnlti uniE -nl.rniiss, im-y are HK-III! urtiseiiiirl: BS of all nations; Ilie nihilists die ItiC' J'l-rs, tin- M-IUII am] liltli of th, -Ininv ami work.t.mi-.s. .ails ami cultirs ol Ku- lupeiiii capitals. are llie ilial lire In ihelrown Ihe i-iw> -i-'-ih- tl -It tinir ami other (in lartar- 4-m. Theyure Ihe evu.'i-j.-llsi.- .-K-I.-I! an- nlliilati.m. plrutii-nl l-ainliiii r.-.l tlie rn.rrlkionarir.- ol Yolunin ami tin-seven Havniarkel lu-llli.lis Ihal aro w.iilhii; in (or ihe lu.agmaii. The Cleveland and other proini- nenl of public opinion are tak- ing eiaclly the same THE er.ibleatlinlwn io new I'm I I'im-iti- nui iu its ix-ue lo-dav. It a.iv.nn-es ni.iinile.if. 1. >V M-uvr .aa-ami "shall1 trar. thin in snbslrmiv ami vidnn-.e.'i b likely to lie fumnt uuiirr laneinnati, liionsh it sdmits thai ibis may um true. A town in bt-i-onie a sn-at man- if.iclliring center m-t only bave railroads but a Kali r way. Natural -MS. even if free, would u-r an ti.-cl. -I. The Kre.it ho, of cheap file! lor ihe inline lies iu ih ntiiizatiiti of oil. way lor rincinn.ui u, i-- to go into tin- Kiiniitaftnn bard coke, (or ihrre isa vre.u ft. The by a ..Mke mam factory but lioa and six a thousind Tiinfeail, f Alexander Miirhell, ibe iscon.sin millionaire, and the wealthie: man in llic stale, is thus aeccnnled for the New York lleraltt: Mr. Mllelii-ll r, inrm-.l lo Xi-w Vort (rum i ruilll.i-rn ttlj. 01, Uii-s.l IIIM., Hie Iliilliiian Ij.ni-e, vei.rs j.a.sl. He Im.l In .laek-onvlll.: aljj 11- rlell.lly, wlu-re IK- ownc.l In i-'nijunfllun 11 iih his n ma-nirli'enl pljini.ilioji, (lien- lie lia.l llln- uji ami carl.i- lornlns; w h.-fore llje li.-i.vy il lllal ntlon hn.l In ......1 win 1 ri'lnriieU lu .New York lie A x'ain'e at the map issued by ;be chief el ahinilon.-d il.e idea of a M-con li-rci. and (here are wlnj think K jn (ht O. U (-..livmliuu him. WJI.VT j- lit- ir. I he story from Wa-hilli'iun lo llie .St. JAIJI, hi-rt.. S.ilnrd.-iy, ihat I're.-ident Ulei'e l..n I recently declart-il lo a we-terli seiia- Ivr that he neither wi-hos. nor will accept ll.e'day. U'Ca Many of friends ihe atlrib- uttd to may not have been iu the eia.j: lerms ii.ilicateil, are disfiosed ii his feelings honcst- this will make him than ever, and when the lime lorce hi.; nmunination and render an iuiju-ralive, A New V.uk clunoi to w of Croiiiiuence and familiar with Jrfditicirtsis in sliilc-, eipiessed the li, :t Siar reporter to-ilav (lull (he I fisident could not decline a rtnointna.. lion. "Mr. lie Mid, will he noini- oali-d aiclaiiiaiiou, ami will certainly ateept. 1 here is nothiuu in all this talk f.l his U-tns weak in New Ymk. lie will hai-e of (he New Vork dele- jali-d in (he iMtiveutiun, and, ol conr-e be olhiT third will cotinf. He Kill get Ihe lielCBatc-f from all llie up counties i." Hit; Mate, tin- from the c-ouuty Irom county and frolii 1 atiiniaii v. '1 here i- sume otmi siiinn Mr. fi-vi-lumi in ball, but the- Irieiiu.-, of ibe administration will have will be from am! Alhuny. lilt- contention. the deuiucr.itic pap.'rs in the stale oi ihc cily uf New York, except Tirnts ami L'.. admini-tration. In iibi.ni half a lU-mocralic of ihe city Mr. Lievi-laml. In l.oekpnrt, Troy in.) oll.er pl.-ic-i-.-i where opposed inn before he is now siijiiwrled." i or A scrosii BOOMS ARE IN ORDER, AND CERTAINLY Kvury Dcpartiuoiit in our liou.se is tilled with GOODS Of the choicest designs and colorings; and prices throughout are ruling low. patterns I OWFI I !lie bcst in America, a.s thcv arc made of finer LiU V V ILLLj. wool and are heavier weight than most any other make Ve h v hem in choice and are offering t the remarkably bw price of Cents, 75 Cents. If you wuul a iMrgain, conic (his week or llie lirst of Host. They 50 fast, C EXTRA SUPERS. 65 65 65 N OUR 50-CENT CARPET 65 Cents. we talk abmit, the tilling is all wool. The colors are perfectly fast they will not sweep off, and they A 'AVl.iiijrinn I ust says: "The I'rcMileni himself .If nies i" Ihe nnjbl emphatic terms thai to any IKTSOII his inleiiliims v, "lib r-sptc-t to a second term. i conversauon will, more limn one visiior X M L been prcsscil 10 commit himself on this To every one he lias, made thi- i- same answer, That he hail not .jiren aav 10 Ibe matter oJ a renoniinali" linn" 1'f good, heavy weight, and fully worth 60c 60c 60c 6Oc 60c 60c vi rf LICIU thai il asimidiashetoiiMilon) liml liuiciuthink about the jirei- ii.iir years with In-null ibe countrv, satislaciion ,o tlie who eltcie.l hi'iu and credit to This U as mncl, as lie has ever said on the general topic. Jjif.-illiii.iun to Ii is health which he is: as. makin-, he declare.s he never j nude, and wo'.m! not make, M he h.is uo I sucl. apprehensions as are attributed to I He is feeling verv well, and bear- i the mirdens of oilice without dis-1 romlort. He has not even ihe satisfaction 1 'i who has taken his future in WAIJ at- Attorns, and a great variety of col- 1 LjlXO orings. Fine Gilt in at 40c. DO NOT FORGET our B'ack Dress Goods, Col- Cloths eS Silks> Henrietta IIIK .'KhitX.U. sroHY MILLINERY! wc have a greater variety tliaii ever. We receive- new dailv n ml can siv fcaroicontratlicfion, that we can show more dollars' worth of Miiiiucrv tli-in M i tho balance of the stojx.8 combined. The newest style, the Damk, La HiStim :Uui We liavc wltli a gront variety of'trimmings. ami Clpvelsna H Seconil Tecni. A disp ilch savs i- l-ut that Ibe madebv tin- coiiexpjniJfiit of the St. l.ouis Kepul.llcsn, in refiird to the report- ed lU-u-rnnnalion of I'n-sident I levelan.l not m accept H second nominatimi. was i.e.nc faith, ami exactly as n- and hi- senaiorbl ri.iiur lati.l l.y, or through a T. S. senator, h is ls 'I'" tl-c! that the I're-idenl bad j ilso eenain that there was no effort u, !lmui 'eoeiitly prepared a fnrinal letter lo it in .ensational Kor all this, il i, seiiin- forth bis view-'in not as a cornvt ri'llex what frc.'r.A term in plain, iiisiiu-t r. ii'Vi nil] en it] r> vVuriiv -tiij] >i.. if-. CHAS. H. ZWICK. unit of the sHialur and not ihe ivrre-pou'- j i-aii'liilair for reelmion i ".iruvnralely iho to ihe oarnrs! of serrations an, -ellalor Mi'..1. his lu. i......__ .or reeict-i ion. fyrnefl of serrations and stipposins; that he wished j 1 vrithli Tl'lV' It, Ixwrvrr, to an expre.-.-ion of my opinion, 1 told him1. itn no lit tlie feU.-r tor the i....... i i i 1 re r o! serrations ami supposing that he wished i.. be Imwovrr. au of mv 1 r.J.I I MI M PDTPPK1 0 V TH rr AT Will HO (X DR. E. S. GRIFFIS, is kih.irii. The pur-1 nfiiT i-ouiinir fri'in tlie IVhire yreatlv.and wlio'h'.n! a'nVii'i to t if iliathc-IndKvn shown the draft if them. 1 n -I i-t edition would K- broken by'liis Juit v .J I'H. is. I h.ivi U-, 1: i- (f I" V-" 'r K v I ,t --O..U r.-fi-rt r.-.r I over i -i f. r i s.-.y tn.i; i, i an expf i; lli'l'C tllOY CHll 1 NO, 239, at lin nntl The Ce.-t. 1 i t1" ii 1'r--i 1. i Style of Dentistry Done. it is .1 r, ii- min i.e j u Mriil l.i- p.iMic ir.-.-.1-r- I ni.ii.'. -.vill rvii-i, r .1 ol i i .Gas Administered for the Painless Extrac- tion of Teeth, 1 i-.ave lie A ri-.- i'.-.'i :ii' ,c.. i I: We r. ot priv cor.il-.n-t in ]fr.ff. c- n Ws >e i; n -i-, cue U..1U i- 1.-. j.; it ooiae :1. it Iv 32M'n-l fruai i-ne i.: t. i.-e tir.kere.l w .ir.d tA ifter 3 trial years? thf CIT r.r uter.ir-.vr, i v ,i.> i.. -t-.ond v ..-.I i ii i. inn-- >n> ii'r-..j, ii it. i 11 I (A ih- :1 I-.., the f j li T- Hardic i.iiy. rir.i! u i -i, tr.e i Scvca-niiia. K. STi'wart tr.: 1 in the t> i his lori; pi. 5 icily, Mi-- M.iry Fr-.c. i of >lr. Vir-. .1 i n r. J M- f A r e. No-c c- v of ri''.- 1-.. ,n- r _ A r Mrs. M ilin.i.i i >nively'. is t [live rats are c.iptiirfd tben Mr. I... p I the iWr to k'.s stable or ifid n.viti ..r.iit: Mr-. K.-e A 1 J.HI.I... wiiV W. K. I ti iiie-1 ai H.? r.i! Mond.ij n 1 ..Vb-ck. at the c-hiirch. (i-n.lm :in_- ibe nrvi- by ,1-An ar.-i Dr. J.'.r'-'.'- yc-nrs nt-.d Id. s; w.is cl.-.-te.i to tl.e vi rf-i- ir.oy of this Mr. ai.-l Mis. i: di- .irt ending sever .il d.ijs in Mr-. II, "io'-i' Mi-rs. i Mr-. it :l.e iti the si afier j vr.-tk heri- in
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