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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 8ATURDAY, The toliler'i relief cominlfilon mot today an I made arrangement for tlio Itarch distribution on Thursday, tie The Butler County held meeting Is it night and four [or the inow next December. They are, il. B. Lane, Spioeland, Mo. tad Mr, Ellison, GeorgeUwn, O. to bo the of poultry; Ohas. Sittpson, Blue Ball, 0., judge of pet stock, and Georga Oinoiunati, judge of pigeoni. Two new members wore admitted. I be monthly meetngt will hereafter bo 1 eld on Fjidty initetil of Saturday C.TC- ing. Peter B. Hale died ak his homo in Wayno township north of Sevcnmile 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 Ut.Hcalthy and a brother John Millvtlle. Ths funeral will take place from the Monday at 10 a. in. with services also at tiro Mononito church at Treutou, the Rev. J. H. Krehbiel of Trenton offi- ciating. The interment will be In the Menomte cemetery. KENTSCBIEK SETS THE PROPERTIES Buys Kaihboae Interest in Post- office And Miami Price Run Up To At PubUc Today Now Owns The En tire Block Betwien High, Rlley Second Streets Wiili 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 tercjts-No Away. Improvements Right Djpufy AiiJl'OiMof Slat: Would Over Offices at; InteivtU and PJek up any at Once. A special from Columbus todiy gives Ilii'so details of the !nu for the iuspeo- tiou of county ofiicerp, mentioned !n this paper on Friday: Tlio stale admin- istration today announced i'fi iatouliin of hereafter cseraisiog n supervising thorlly over all county ollbos of tin state under tho iuiaiatliato direction of tbe auditor of the spates It proposes to establish a now department of govern- ment- to be known a) iln bureau of in- spection ami ucconnt-ing, modeled Honored Old Wayne Township Ciliwn Dead Paralytic Stroke a Year Ago Broko His HonHh MONDAY. Undertaker Al.Wagner, wai called to Port Union today by the sudden death of Mrs. MoGnire. She over 70 yeari of Bge. The of manslaughter against Henry Qepliart, was today continued until the next court term anil the bond continued at f la thocasQ of William F. Joints vs.. Kstcs G. Ratlibono, et aud nndor a deorco of salo by United StntOH trict court, tlio Ilnthljonefi' undivided two thirds internets in the post ofHco and the Miami lisll buildings w.is aold today to G. A. Routschlcr for t uiliiing do- or expresj intarvila TUESDAY. Jndge Ed H. Jones today appointed L. D. McGJiuloy to examine the condition of the county treasury anil the examination is now in "There has been a liso of 40 to 50 do- grees in temperature at Denver and otb.fr 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 'Dajtou State Hnpital for 1 ha Insane yesterday after- noon, audited accounts, aud adjourned today toi ratify the superintendent's appointment of a steward to succeed Knpwles. Dr. Shepherd, the newly ap- pointed superintendent, was yesterday elected secretary of the board of trus- President Moray reported that the ac- of the 'retiring superintendent, Dr. Railill, and the former .steward were correct up to this time. There were up to last night few, if any additional candidates for tho ste- wardship than previously reported. The law precludes the appointment of a from She county in which the asylum is located. Included in th? luf of applicants were George A. Milur, ol Hamilton, a farmer United States storekeeper; L. P. Fairchild: of Warren 'Oonnty; 0. A Enlass, former Auditor of Oonnry; L. B. Williams, a Quartermaster in tho United Slates Army in tho Phillippiuca and r, resident of Iliploy, Ohio. O. A. UF.XT3CIILEK. (The Maunfactarer Arquiro'l tho" Splendid i'ropprlH'a Al- mosS Entire.) Eoruovhit after pirtment of n railw line. Trim ling auditors the etiio f.t Irrsgi and check up tho pub'.io ecoounts, county nnd pub'.io moneys and in other wnjs exeroUa a Eupsrvieion. Ths bill for this pnrprso was uffered by re- proEOUtativo Willis, ot tho honjo of Re- presentatives taxation committee, r.nd wan prepared by auditor of State Walter Golltsert, wiili tho sanction by Gover- nor Nash. Tho mensare creates tho au- ditor chief nnd o appointment ot not more th-.'i Hires deputies, TOlio lira lo give a banel ia tho ;.nm nf SIO.MO and to rconvn a salary of traveling expsnses. Thny are o hold oilio'j for four ycard, or con- omicntwith thonnditor.A special clerk is to bo allowed tlio chief iubpeator for iho handling of tli3 business o! this BOW jrhe di-pnty auditors are to viiit tho vinous cm uics as lie Was Uirn In St. Clalr Townjlilp Rsrly !n Lo nutltrs. (M'.'l VTOOVTS V..VX. Janus Hticston at hi) homo in The of BT Mortunry Wnyr.o Township, Ihroo miles north of SuvenmiU thin morning at o'clock i'i tho eightieth yirar of Ids Imd Leon in poor health for over a yenr, havin; had n jnralytlc stroke n year ago from ho never fully re covered. James IIucstoTi born at tho old "the sale began on tlie premises 1 1 a. m. and was conduoted by Deputy Unit- Hrtesfoii hotnestoad in St. Olair Town- FELL.SUDDENLY IN DEATH ed States Marshal Dan W. of CiDclnn'.ti. The proparty was respectively np- praised at and or a total of It was offprei r separately tho post- onice building" first nurt both traotn were bid in by J. J. McMatcu for G. A itentschler at two-thirils of tho up praisemontB, and -51C.333.31 or a total of The property was then offered 03 a whole and J. J. MoMsken bid ns it bad beon agreed up in tho Unit-id States court whon a now order of sale was gnnted. V. Vf. Whitnker bid f oOO and tho bidding then alternated on 5100 bids between Mr. MoMakon and Mr. Whitaker until they ran np to 000 at which prico tho property was knocted off as above staled. This purchase by Mr. Hentsohler pets tho entire Iteily bloofc in his possession with the exception of the one-third iu- tsrest Mrs. Kats O.Miupr in the parts sold today. Mr. Uentschler said today tlmt ho would mako no immediato im- provcmont on tho property. Tho terms of the siilo todxy wore cash, but n deposit of ?2500 wns accepted and the of tho purohnso money is to bo as possible, not thin umo' in cooh j'ear, nnd mtiVe n thorough iuspioUon. Ii ia charged tiio cbief inspector Khali jxud put :nlo effect a uni- form system 01 aoaountiug of a simple ua'.uro in order that tho true oonditiou of a conuty may b-3 Epcstlily nrrired at by tho in- spector. la ordor to meet tho espoaso of this bureau it is provided that- each oonnty shall pay into the itate treasury iy Aug. 7, IS'2'2 and camo of a pro- minent nnd woll known family. Ho was tho son of Thomas nnd Mary lUniin Huoston, his fnthor being ouo of tho early of Bottcr County. Ho epeut his early at the old boniCEtcad and later reinovctl to his homo in Wnyno ho had ever einco resided. lie was married to Mien Elliott of OrnwfordEVllla, lucl., ivlio survives him. Mr, Hueston was a u an f.f sterling character, honest and upright in all his dealings w.is honored and respected by al I who know him. Ho was ono of eight childrou, iivo of whom him: Mrs. B. 'i'nhbs nnd ilrs. Kleamr Ellio't, of Hamilton William linestoa 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 pruiBcmcnt 1ms boon returned us follows. Persons! goods and chattels specie money ou deposit in Iho First National bink, {liOO, nupitid pension about total In tho TO mm on pleas court tho Soiu- ler Jliilini; Company, throng'1 Caboll Froyhurg of Cincinnati aud Win. 0. Ortmpboll, their nttornoja Ins brought Euit against Iho Millers aud worthless in i Manufacturers Company for relief. want hir HI a Plaintiff says tlip.t tho dcfotutnnt oom- I'nuy Is a r.orpomliou under tho lawsof Minnesota, is engaged In the business of iusnranco ngnluit loss by fire and that on or about, Juno 13, in consideration of a protuicm of mid in addition thereto, R, cantirigeii liability to aEEt'EBiur'iH, t hot Aid defend nut company insured the plaintiff hereto in tho Eiim of Bf.iil iosnrmicn lo tnko elloot on the eleventh of Jiim: at twelve o'olook noon of that day Plaintiff says that said policy on ths buildings therein described, inwit, thn filmier Milling prope-rty in tho Ward, was in full force and e-fTeot ou November. vvlmi tho buildinps wero damaged by (iris to tho extant ol nnder defciidnnt'e policy that the; totnl iiiEnrnnco on tho Eamo was ?3320.- 51, aud that there is duo it, as its less oo the the EUIU of ijlil" -18 that tho personal prop- erty described in tho policy on Novem- ber, 2, 1931, wai damaged by firo to the and Ihst the total amount of insurance was in- cluding th) policy fibovo montioncd mid tlmt time is  tlll been obliged to bonr his name, whioh bheEaysis unpleasant, embarrnsung and distasteful toher. Sho says furthermore that tho real cstato she owns Etill stands BILLS ALARM DRUGGISTS In tho case ofTTred A. Nora Hcisbcrger, tho Piopased Laws Will Interfere With Carbonated Water Buslnesi. The two bills introduced into tho Legislature the pist week by Represen- tatives Smith aud Williams, of Hamil- ton county, relating to carbonatiug of water havo agitated tho druggists Mid otlu-rs of this city in a no inconsid- t rablo uipasurf. Thoonsi liy Mr. Williriras provides a penalty of fmo or three imprisonment cr both for any ono 'car- ater on promises v lioro any othor buaintEs in carried on. As a great many carlomto tho water which thoy ictl over thsir Eoda water fonittAin conduct this pro- oitaontho premis33 whore thoy have thfiir dnigatorss, it can be readily icon how they wcnldbo affected. Tho other Ijill, by Mr. Smith, provides a lioonso of ?200for retailers ot oatbonatod water and .'tOO ailditiooal for wholcsalora of it. This would injnro tho trade of tnose iiig coda fountains. Hessberger vs defendant ha liled her answer. She admiia her marriago to plaintill is alleged in tho petition hut (Ionics each and every othtr allegation therein contained. By way of cross potit-ion, through her attorney Hobert S. Woodruff Bho sais that ever rinco her marrige sho has conducted herself toward plaintiff as a and ohcdiont that aftor their nmr.-ijge it was his wish that they go an 1 Iivo with his parents, that hlio risked him to holp prepare a homo for themselves, hat that In refused to do fo until or about November lit, rented a tnmll room from SECURE CANNING PLANF Somcrvlllc People Alcct Dcmsnds Jersey PackiBg Company. It ii now understood that tho Jersey Packltg Company.ot this city hasilnel- i ry Jenkins Will bs Deputy to Clerk Hoffman. Deputy Olerk W. 0. Uuntbr has tend- ered his resignation to Jnp. Hoffman, Jr. and it has been accepted. Mr. Hun- ter has been associated with Iho clerk's oflioo for a Lumbar of years an his departure will bo deep- ly and sincerely regretted. Clerk Hoffman, has appointed Harry Jonkios ns an assistant copyist in the iioil. John Blair School Bosrd Samuel WykoIT Richnrd Slmw i''or Township Trustee, Goo. W. eraii; Water Works Trustee, Jnmes ly decided to atd build B brnnch I Onice and may ultimMoly mako Mm a establishment of I heir plant tlie Panhandle depot nt Somcr- Sv QlmlcH a? a register dork, Tille.. An cnthnslmfio meetiog, )m in a of tanners and was hold at the 0., H., and D.'freight the village yestenUy and tho 100 for caltivation VAIS j awnred. The branch is ospoo ted to hu operated on quite au exloniivo bans and is expected to be eipanded in the turning out of in products ncxjl year in the way of township for 500. I r or tho best line of InocJ curtains and Mr. Jonfeinswas formoily with Sale of County Lands i'outth Ward WIFE NEARLY KILLED. KCPUBLICANS evening tho Republicans of b'liirficld township met in Ktel Hamil- ton and mado tha following nomina- Mrs. Shull Says Hsr Husband Triei-.To Shoot Her. A. Slmll, thror.gh her attorney, llotett S. WoodrnfT, hat brought suit ngaiust her husband, Harry D. Shnll for divorce. She ssjs she wns married to tho plain- tiff at Hamilton, Ohio, September 20, he French on Sycamoro Strong Ilimiltou OMo, ccinpolbil hor to live, sleep am! cook iu tlmt rocin, refnscd to buy her fowl for her sustenance and what lit tin ho did buy was nothing but ornokera hominy and beans r.nd only thec'ar- seslof food. Hlio Bijs Hint tho food thus provided wns not Enllioient to keep hericlf, let- alone the plaintiff and that iho was of- ten compcHoi! to go to her parents for assistance. Sho HIJB Hut after living m mid roam foar weekp, was compelled on account of plaintiff's cruelty and tn go back to hor parents aud live. Stw says defendant had a good position, wns a week and wns fully able to provide a home for and properly support hor but uliued to do so. Sho taye that by his consc-nt, they did return to her parents homo and lived until Jan- nsry when ho staggering tuto the honso about 11 a. m picked up liifi clo'ihing and left her and linn e.ver since been Abjent and his refused to live wilh hor .1111 lus compelled Iu r to woik for n HviiiR ou tho duplicate in her married in- tcad of hor maiden name. The will of Iho Into Rachel MoKira: gan has been filed for probate. It provides for tte payment of'the louts and gives the residue of the estate feo Eimple, to the sister, Sarah E, Birch, who is also appointed exeontrir. Tho will of S.irah Olippinger, of Rcsi township, deceased, has b3en filed for probato. It provides for tho payment of the just debts and funeral gives to the heirs of the' deecaied daughter, Louisi to the grandeon, Otie Roll, if llviogor hii heirs, if (lend, to the son, Samuel Trembly ond tho houielio'cl goods and other personal proparty are qiven to tho four ohildron, Jennie, A'Um, Bmira and Jacob 0. Clippings, if living or their heirs, if dead. Tlui sou, Adam Clippinger Jr., ii appointed oxoontor and direaks him to manage tho real estate nntil the death of tho husband Adam 0. Olippioger, tr. Riut upon his death S] sell tha property and distribute tho proceeds imoiig the ohildrou. Tho will i-t dated, Decsmber 4, 1837 and witnessed b; Snai D. Kittou jr. and B. A. Hulden. A capias hns leeo isaned for Franr Eister ou s. ohartje of contempt ot oonrt in nut in a di- vorce granted his I ouisa, in her mit lest v. O. U. Pake. Mf.ignoo of Mary K. Mar- tin, iuEolvent liloil au aoconnt in the probate court sho receipts and ex- penditures to the amount of JB5SOG. In the case of .Isoieon Condon vs. Hall anil Joseph B. BilHugsloi partners elo llw sepsrato answer liij bueu Eli'rt. Ho doniro tint pUintift' told and delivered Jo him tho milk and oroam fctootiu the petition or that plaintiff plp.Qf (I nil tho credits on tho Account to which tho defop.danta are entitled.. He ,ays thai ho hupaid plaintiff JJ3 mere he is credUerl with pa uid account. For his separate and second UOES: TrusteB.Georgo Kolbenstettcr; Clerk, ISO? and that no children havo resulted I from the union. Sho eays thnt about six months after _ t _ T -T, I U1LUCMJO CIA 11IU..LIJO Ulvtl Tom WMTjJoslico of PcRoe.John A.......vl..... T., their marriage, tho defendant began to come homo !ate at night in in intoxi- 'catcil condition, wonld carso nnd call her vile names nnd that his conduct gradually grew woree until he lost his ixjsition and she thereby compelled astern Pr. Glrdon Oilmoro; Assessor Weslern Pr. James Uoopor; Assotsor Southern Fr. Jas. L. Havens; Constable, Charles Leonard. Ace. KRIEOKXIIOKEK, E. McOoliMICK.SKC. Statenunt5of Additional cxpjnso aocouuts havo N.O 'aud others hnvo sold to I Plea5 M ro1' lows: Ucniracl trr.jtee, Morgan town ship, sundries; Dccjtntl Ucenttu to Wed. Charles infe worker, and K. Grimmer, olerk, KnmUlon. The 0, A Heruianu, xviniow Hooven sludts High .slioor. ttid Sao Orel jhtau and big lino of rocm s'zo 330 Ufgh street. Therefore she prays for a dismifsil ol pUintifl'd petition, Ibat sho may ba de creed rcssonnble and permanent nil mony, In granted a divorce ami she rskf for all oltirr proper njiief in Iho pruni'.cs. In tlio comtnoM pleas court .TwcttA Snell, livs'bronght euif, through hor hi- torccy Robart S. Wnojruff, for dirorco to tako in sorabbing and washing in from her hnitaud, James Sncll, on order to get along at all. Sho further Fays that on November grounds of cruelty, neglect, and abandonment, M (oreoist Sun rday ll-.o ilefendMitdrew arcvolvtr PlalntilY nays that sho wns married lo and nlteroptc.l to thoot hc-r ami would! the (iofciidMt at hjvedoneso had it not fceen for tl-.alU'jlu Ootob.r, ISJi, vhvt tn> living letvenllon of a neighbor who took the lift siys that it wns 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 onc-fonrth less valnable than the amount charged therefor ia the ac- count. Ho says that by reason of iU poor quality, a largo number of the customers in tho oity ot Hamilton refiunil to take said milk or pay price for tho c.Mno whereby laid was damaged to the amoant of ba deducted said r.ccoaut and lot off against it In ilvj matter of tha estate ol Albert Oils, deceased, Mary Berry, one of tin heirs has filed a motion In the probate CMirt- to renir.v.) Joanna D. Stout, M ndmlni-ttatnr, for the at at-" township, no expense. A. K. Shannon, mayor JitcVconbnrg, Samuel Bcally, jnstice'of 'thft ponce children havo been born to them as tho thivtholms failed to bti duo tn tin estate, faitod to result of marriage She saj s tin has mako FOttlcments within al nil times coudueted hornnlf M a by not paid aiy UanoTtr tovrntliip, revolver txwfty from him. Shatays that at other tinita tho (to- fendnnt hni thteatencd her lifj mid she' ful nod loving wife but t'ust Iho defend llierofoifi prajs for a divoroo and rcslor- anl bfeen guUty of hibituil dtanket atlou ot her maiden nanis of Kite A. ness for moro than thrcn yoau the bonrfu of the estate ailenlion toTeibftl rrqnecti to setiloment and beoame It ifonld Ueu and all other proper relief, Isial inst ami that on August 'W,   

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