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   Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 2, 1902, Hamilton, Ohio                                THE HAMII 18TABLISHED A. D. 1614. HAMILTON, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2; 1902 THE WEEK BA.TTJBDAY. Robert Harlan reoeatly released from Ohio penitentiary, in troubl Harlan was arrested Middle tiwn, Thursday, on complaint of who Harlau robbed 14m of gold wBtcb and chain while Miittp at lin. Taylor's on North Oanal Street. Chief langdon has recovered the chain. of the mott novel Christmas tree en record WM that placed in position by MUi Bertha Converse, a teacher in the Burton Convene it a great lover of Midi she decided to jive the feathered tribe a Christmas treat. She purchased a fir tree about six feet in height and two dozen very With the help of otheri Oonvene placed the tree on the roof of the school building. The baskets filled with seed, bread and cake crumbs. The iharp eye of a sparrow the contents of a basket and Converse had barely left the roof before there WM a perfect swarm of birdi rest- ing oa the tree. The Christian offering WM left in petition until the contests at the baskets bad bten devoured. Jolt what is to be done with the great Wilion McCallay tobacco plant by tbe Continental Tobacco Company U Mti definitely known, u the Oontinen- lid offielalt art not in the habit cf speak- affairs for publication, but learns to-day frcra a', source TUESDAY. tbat pretty generally reliable that the ohanoessre that the newly acquired plant will toon cease to produce famous brands of Thonghl" aad a "Gold Rope" and the Middletown. be. Hied merely warehouses. Ao- oorilag to thii report the belt maohin- be removed to the Sorg plant on Third Street, where the above men- brands, will be made, and the pliant will be abandoned-for the present- itiddletown Signal, yeiterday.afternoon 0. Hat- proprietor of the Middletown Tobacco Company, (old his plant to Continental Tobacco Company. .'litBeld 'manufactured the famous "Hat'i Scrap" which is known throngh ontihe tlnregiard'to the matter'of the reor- ganUation of tho First National Bank, Mr. T. R. Rnmler, who baa been men- Boned the new president to a re- porter of The News that he had nothing to say further than what wan already oniWnton the streets. Said he: "The regular annual election of does the first Homday in Barr, and nutil then it is not certain wbVthe officers will be.lt ii understood, 1 before, if a change takes piece, W. H. for many years superinten- dent Jfciwur public schools, will he the 'oaahUr, and Hi. D. O. Corcoran, ex- postouutor, will be vice president. There ii huinets enough here for two banks aad they will help Oxford the busi- nets Intertsti at the town ia more ways the tender little waif in Middletown to' which it hii been taken. An engagement announcement that will ;be of interest U (hat of Mr. Hart Howard, aon of Mr, and Mrs. John Bewaid of tbli city and Mlu Emily M. Lyoett, of Kirk wood, a suburb of St. Lonli, Mo, Mlu Lyoctt u one of KIrkwood'i most excellent young ladles, of pretty faoe and figure, possessiig a lovely dls position and obarming manners. She a daughter of Mr, J, W. of tbo Missouri and is ipilte talented. Mr. Beward is arising jonug lawyer extremely popnUr.wilha host of friends both in bcilneu and loolal circles. TheeDgsgemont was made pnbltolas evening at a little informal gathering of callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.O and the groom reoeired many warm congratulations. No date for the wedding hu been le bnt it will occur Eomo time next fal and in the interim, probably in Mar Miss Ljcett will fuiit in this city when Mr. Sewaid'j friends will portnail y of meeting iur. At the dieting of tbe I-emon Town ship trustees Saturday Isaac Mar (hall, member of the boinl who was infirmary director at the fall eleolio resigned to accept hi> now oflioe on tli New Year. 'Squire LuTonrette, who had (ho pointing power of naming Mr. Ma' appointed M B. Hate lo fill ont the nnexpired term and tba gentleman accepted tha appointment. HOWHAN SUES TRE D.ROAD NEW RULES FOR RURAL DELIVERY William DeOnzo Asks For 000 Damans It Is Put Under Civil Service Regulations MARSH SEES BAD WEATHEK) JENCH Bit AND Candidates For Jobs Must Take Examinations. Have The li ft at f Reco R.jlnt !he Hen. New Was in Tbe ck at Wyom- ing Last Thursday. He Wai Tt.. He Can't firfoim In KnocW Out of Eirntnvs if WOO wrrk u-t In tlio coiniLOu pl-M ornrt Willinm the nco'obit, liis David Pioic-i nrd Morey, indrawn anil free delivery will be made after Moreyltasbronctt nit aeainst ih-0, BVb.-uaryl, A o.nttal board of 'fXAinliiein, ot three meruberp, will asiiit the post master general iu the R-Uetlons of carrier. Tl 0 ex- amioations will ba conduct bf the special eganU of the rural frte delivery system in tha towns from which the routes will bo operated, Political or re- uary Forecast. i M 0, Weather prophet W. W.Manh makes beea this January forecast: It gives Oinolnuatl and wavcj to I mj illlle E. all the honselii moderate temperature; heavy MOW to furniture, table ware, itoveisjM.ti heavy rain and and a Uo be theirs absolutely; uary flood, H gives to the son, Between Deoember 81 and Januarys, oold wave, warmer on 2nd. dmghUr, Tillia K. tbe Between 8th and 10th changeable tern- peratnro.sleet and snow; warmer on 'Jthj residue of tlw-.c and much colder on 10th. I and tho real estate Is Ou the llth and 13th, moderate, ,014 DT the executor at settled, changeable weather. wWl moHey that may On 18th to Hth', cold wave; storm, fct testatrix and' w Between loth and UHh, storms, snow to and sleet; warmer on tfco 15th and then rf egtoUj) ranch colder; stormy. Onilfd oom v.Kt.ril.y approved tho rnloe. mill, r whlnli of rnrM On the 18th, 1'Jth and srfi, fair and milder. Between the 2Ut and aitb, rising anthorixediud empowered tbe JMt debUj' iutp Of administration anol remaining Is directed   Jeremiah Gilmora. at Oinotnnati and vincinlty on Feb- ruary 2, 1902. THE KEAL ESTATE ity furuish the iy and carelessly operated by siid in such a w-iy tbat tbere a collision between sitUl trains while tha said pwenEOr train was rntiniax at a high rit) uf tpjed, which )ned much breakage, aud tqnlpmeiit. HA furnish n snbsli- mw to peiform the duties of ilio olli-n-, and the special agent IH jnlrol toatoittain hU standing in' the commniii'T. The patrons of the route ore entitled to recnmuietid iu their petition a num berot men who will he acceptable" to j) '.arid to 'have at'least one of theie Recoid of Filed With County Recorder Becker. Jouii'g N. Adams to Thorasi. Mn- Dononxh.tract iu Oxford Township; Mai tha ,T. Bell to Mand G. Boli, lot Hamilton; S. U. Cooper to the Gnentber Brca. Co., acres, Union Township; 11000. Thomas Bradley to Ella Hamburger, lots211 ?300. Ella Hamburger and others to Oliarlon K. Walters, all charged wittt-'i support their minor Criminal transcripts ban sdwj from docket of T. W. of SQmerville, iu tlio of of Ohio vs. Hanson Millter, of Wm. A. Yoong ii with threatening to him tha said Wm. A. fendant has entered into a in tho sum of 1200. Charles W. Hnyder baa administrator of the Snyder, deceased and __ __ the sum of with 'Daaie and Mary S. Michael Iu tho common wreoksge, panned a portion trains to be broken into of laid and thrown from the. track and the other portion of said p.tgsengrr trnin to atop with and repeatid appointed should they prove as ellgib'.e on examination ae tbe other applicants. The are to be limited t men between seventeen anil fifty-flrf yc'aw of sge.esoept where the applicants are ex-Uulon soldiers with good reciidj. The postmaster-general directed ttm Fobrasry 1, 1M3, all rural frse rto- rrierj should reoeivo their checks from one offise in eaoh rtate. id Frederick to J. i, Up1'''' nhtwks to this plaintiff, whereby he wan thrown knocked from his down on seat, tho lljor RUMOKED BOARU CHANGES at the j tl'. NOT IN PROPtK ORDER MONDAY. The Liberty, Ind Herald u just fifty 3 ears old Tba editor would like toralo brateby having his sutEoriters all pay Willie the infant eon of K t and Mrs. Gottlieb Miller, ol Symmci Oorner, died at 5 p.m.yestordoy of scar- letferer, aged" two yean, months and tour days. The funeral took place this afternoon from the honM, the Rev O. H. Hermann officiating. Tbe remains were brought here and interred in Greenwood cemetery. Sol Flenner the senior mamber of the finm of Flenner and Qrieemer, owner of the Gray Esglo Livery and Feed Stable on North Second Street, hu sold hh in- tenitinthebusineM to Otto Hermann Mr.Hermanu hu teen connected with Griectaer Brothers, nndertakers for sev- eral years aad his many friends will be gtad to bear o( his nomn.Tho deal takes January tint, I !Ktt. Mr. Ffenaer will.it is aa interest in a baggy company at Kush- .Title Indiana with his hrother-in-ljw Kadolph Sondder. J. H. Batler a f rwilKnt G. A. K saaaoi Eaton who served in tbo navy dmriaf tbe Civil war, dropped dead Fri- 'aaT. Aboat tin months ago, Mm. W. K. Smith, then redding on Ohestnot Streo this city, took for the purpove of rtarin saber own ohHd, a bright little boy kstky from Mrs. Holmes' lying in hos- pital at Cincinnati. The baby 'then but three dajs old. On .DMOnter 3rd, last tin. Smith's husband deserted her and hsMnot tinoe Back Marriage L'ccnMC Paaat In ol Record Book. These marriage livenaos appear in the rear of the probate record: July N. Snider, grocer, Ileno, O., and Eioiee Banker, bock keeper, Poasttown, O. The Kev. H. N. (Jnisenberry. July ai-Oharles F. Henes, pattern maker, Hamilton, and Gumie Holdnoke, Hamilton. The Ker. O. A. Hermann. October 28-Val J. Bien, 36, traveling agent, Oiucinnati and Bertha Bolt man, 24, Millrille. Father Bliee. James G. Green, 21, laborer, Hamil- ton, and Anna K. Ortmau, 11, domes- tic, Hamilton. Tim Kev. Geo. of the car, van greatly ont, braised and injured upon his ikins, legs, hipa shonl der, breast, abdomen and other parts of the body and was also jirrod, shocked and injured internally so that he ban bien compelled toprooare medical rendered unable to attend to tun bnsiDCsn aud perform his rtgnlar ooonpi- lion and has been caused to endnre aril sutler great pain and agony. Plautilt says tint ho is by ocou- pitlon a is enmfted iu giving exhibitions for the entertaiamen, of the public in atlhetia feats and exhib- itions of skill and agility and his time is has been and would bo hut for his injur- ies of Die valne of 1500 prr week. Ho says that at tho time of said he was engaged in giving exhib- itions, luxd Lis time engaged for many thereafter and and nnder contract to nppear in diiTerent oiiiesand WAS to S'lvertised for many iUys in the fuuru. rjatntitT says that region of injuries heruubeea rendered inca- pfible of filling Ms engagements, per- forming his contracts and giving bis exhibitions, has been copolled to can eel same and that in all probability NtwflJeoMay be Putin The County Board of Agriculture. A Hamilton fliipatoh to tbe Com mercialTribnue contains this' is intimated there will be several changes iu. the membership of the Bot- ler County Agricultural Society next year. The society meets to reorganize on Saturday .January before tlmt time Probate Judge Jones aad Judge John K. Neilan will have three meinbirs of thu society to appoint. It is gen- erally known that there are two new members to be named, but it it not f. matter of publioknowledge that Dr.T.A. Dickey, of Uiddlotown, will leave board, creating another vacancy. It aid tbat Will A. Beard, at present member of tbe board, will bo re appointed, bat that L. M. Larsh will not be and tbat Dr. J. P. Wilton will be slated for tht> position made vacant by the retirement of Mr. Larsh, who s now the president of the society. I s not known who will be the pereni named to succeed Or. Dickey, of dletown. W. Ovorholncn, lots 2l! and 2T, Rose Hill; II..... Oharles E. Edton to Carl H.Hagedom part lot 1S03, Middletown; Middletown ;Bnildlng and Deposit, Association to Henry 'Heekman, part lot Middletown; Peter Bisdorf, sheriff to' S' Millikin, lot 8w, Lindenwald; 1150. Hnghes; and Piter, 1 acre; F. Ii. Hume, et al, to Bell' :Donahiie lots !22l and 1225, Hamilton; K. H Marshall to Wm. H. Htok, ICO acres, Stllford townehip; Badie Works to Wm. A.Heck.lot 4425 Hamilton; Sarah B Carder to dairies W. Gath. lot 113, Oxford; J. W. Kjle.et al., to Martha Kyle, Ki acres, Lemon township; I. M. Warwick to S. E. Warwick, n 81-100 and 12G 45-100 acres, 'St. Glair township; ?700. Same to same, tho undivided one- and Company, throng Watter.fl.jHt bus brought suit Friilsi. Kate Lamb claiming I107.M with ;t cst from November 25 r 1896 due on a promissory note for tho foreclosure it ;iiv jno the tale'of certain eiMiie li town. Dan W. F. and O. U. Bake ana'RoMTille hTdr sixth of AUTOMOBILE FACTORY. Msy He Established la Mldoletown says Frank Ray. Colonel Frank Ray, a member of tl.e Continental Tobvioo Co., arrived from the Middlolown Dis etoh. He said: "You may state that tho tinaloxper- ounti on our antimobiles will be con- luoted about tho fiistof February, and SUESSOLOIER HUSBAND Wife Elizabeth MoQnirk, through her at- torneys, Shepherd and Shaffer, has applied in the common for a tli voroefron her husband, Thomas Mo- Qntrk. She that she married to tha defendant at Covington, Ky., Deoember ID, 1894, bat no children, that the de- fendant was nefllgent and profligate, failed to support ber and compelled her to leave mm. She eayi Is now in Manila, P. I, whsre he been for ovar two years in the regular army and additionally askes for restoration to hor maiden namo. he ia permanently injured and an loni he he will bo seriously limited hindered and restricted in hii power and ability to pursue his occupation as atoresnid. Plaintiff (ays ho had parties in his em plnyment and ecgaired to isflit him in giving his exhibitions and public on- under which lie i? under to pay anil in now nml for Ktnn time ia fatnro be compelfcit to f aid tho expense of their bv toereal oxpenso iu oorre'p mdeuoe, tel''crapliinn lingl'aperC nmpujy fee fMOO'' fl as injuries sustained from theffi Uo Oompacy's failnre to contract to furnish water Sanitary Manufacturing Oo'-ffj they bave parchsaed They also :.Wi enjoin the delivery of.mora ulatbd amount of water to Company. Harry H. Wilkinson, throagh'l torney, U. I. wife, Minnie SVUkinaon for f" says they wcto married at 22, 18'JD, have, no ohildren, tbatj o 17, 1001 she left him ud-hicV guilty of dronkennesaand'ia'' various partips.in Oxford. In the case of D. L. Frisch'nu I H. and D. K. B.'Oo., the 'd led a motion to strike th'a t d petition from tbe for the Ij bat the coort no jnrl ermine tha subject mattering lion for tho reaaon that the ho peace from whow court appealed' bad no same and oourt'hiM-liis if they are satisfactory we will continne tobnild them. E? cry thing is all right now, and we look for succes s in the ex periments. ALL BIOS THE SALE BROUGHT Seventeen of Johswon Cocult." meat Sold OBI Saturday. As stated in these columns of day the sale of the seventeen marts con- signed to E. W. Johnson, of Baton, and which were hurt in transit from LSI- ioijlon, Ky., was held Saturday after- iiuonat Kriisaier's stab e j full luj of pnohweM M fol- 0. Rohngen, two; Cofnmlislaiicrs to Ask New Dry Fork Job. The county commissioners today piased a resolution, rejecting all bid oa the Dry Fork .bridge and instrnctln the county auditor to readvertise fc bids on She construction of the bridge This action was'made necoetsary by the refusal of the BellefontainetBridge Oo to accept tho contrast awarded to it. A petition was also received from tl.o American Frog aud Switch Oo. atking for the vacation of certain streets anil alleys neat its plant west of the oily and ntlier incidents his cnutMottand of which growing out of snH Mil all HURT IN AN INITIATION Denver SMI IHe I hava o through the and n of this dnfoaiiant, Whsrefore plaintiff j for the sum ot afomatd to- gether with inlerai tloreon from Deo- emlier 26, 1901. Rendered. lit tbo OF8 ot Uary Kemping Susan judgment baa ren- (J Doty, B K Urmston, i wo; A. H. Parker, H. rlliniin, V. S-H'Kern, II. F. Shu er, 0. tz-'r, John Dor- ronuh anil G. Kmmons. Tne total from the 3.0e wat E. W. Johnton siid after the tele that ho paid for the entire consignment of msri-athirir-iwpln all, four or five times as ranch is the tMe of falurdny bronuhi Wliat lln- ixiot am tout was I 0 on all the involved byl the second amended petition' files. The grand jury for tbe JMstsu-pT' ot coort of S. filed in the ooanty' caMi of the State of raalicions of propertj; J Smith and William I grand laroeiiy; larceny Mnmlt aad batteiy T- ley, petit laroeoy; lira, JnOmu Bi receiving stolen JiOtasi 1 er, Jr., laroany John SensatMsi'isii all have been filed frna r M oocrtsofarto miifl jury. InthecateoJ'A.'j. mer S. Brown, f have fitod l not lAKf-N DKXVKB, COLO., Deoember for plaintiff in thi turn of Jv.l'ctFlnd itcloding Interest. Payment is ordered within lite under penally for'. cntio'ti. i located. Smith claims tint 'the obilil WM sold to hf r by Mm.Holnn tbat found support It MT-KHWir, offend to return Holmes bnt the Supreme Tact, ,h, WDBt, tints Mrs. Holmfa'ot Tent, I for a wrved his has filed an applica- >e Are In Opcnttinin ThlsCtly. A of in this city taken- by tlie pflico unrt ctin Teiterflsj' ihows the number 10 bu IJSoritboat 1 iVreviry ICO inhatii- DOQ CLIMBED UP A TREE Went After a PMJBRI But Fin- ally Met Disaster. While ont 'ooon hunting Saturday night a valuable ooonriox belonging to Oharles of Vrofrtti Avenne treed a pot SB m in the Four Mile womls and M the tree WM slanting the dcs; managed to Moend It for quite a dls taaoe aad starred to crawl out on a limb after ttw game ft fell to the i ground and broke .astok. U w.-s[ carried home and it it thousrht will bave bo FAIR BOARD'S FINANCES ntBMd to receive it. Tbereapoa the tbe local lodge. Ho that aurirni term ot imprisonment atd now wants a baby WM plMtd ta .tbe Obildresi'4 theiaittatfoi to pay BOM aad BOW klad of tbat a WM Attetl and oottt .Tnhn PcntioH, Xweh of tbfa ohy been cdM of to Bttoa-ce oa FosiiKi be W. Tbs board of agriculture this after- noon received the of showing Ibe year's with the amoaot binvd at ginicgot the ytar to be attowedbe after ,Mth hi two m   

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