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American Catholic Tribune (Newspaper) - November 19, 1892, Cincinnati, Ohio V- 1 V ' .A -M-rn * ' IV ^ ‘ . - . .'r- % - ?(4 tft.. ..M.r 'T.rf .| 1 .r.ü> w1 -- 1^ ^ ^ai^'JXSUii^f ttW.' ?tÜlfL«"hí2)>ft{c« tiUI Ri«*    9t    >ft'«flX3fuag    AVt#    tíOl*"»®    J.,    ¿^><(5/3diaa4    9a    ytBHiMc»ttt|    lsid.«    cud    VfiiSB^[}l&£l«    &• \ M, Ml CINCINNATI O.. SATÜKDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1 1*2 NO 79 AFRiUAN MISSIONS. Tath«r Keneim Vaug*in*s Sketch of tns Work by tho CatnoHc Cnurch in South Africa-A Bird’s Ey:? V’Cw of tne Transvaal. hie laud f irined by 15oer« My jour n<ey i«>r wii div* wa>* made alter I he old pÍMceoring style, iu an ok wag*'II. me mon tony oi which j-uir. His love of God, in a w ird, and his that she must haye especial qualifi'^ love and thirst for souls! This, and ^ cations for a singer of her race to this a'one, »t is that ci*uses the word .occupy the position she does upon f God that falls from his lips to .IV * r / I .    •    ‘    » -t . l1 , !* *• tr 'ii.vio ('.\-t‘i* hi .ivr,-* c l I    r    't    IC    • L’P.*. n Ifn' bv . i' f :    /tr*    "    ol N .1 tj' >1». tr.v»' ir fv:-‘'o» -» r- -f.y    .    h    Til    ^    ^    .    i rr ■, .1 r .1 :    t    ;    •    r    :    ■    - )    k    'I "    -    *    .    V*    .’• e'divent-d by manv a Htirring in    I    penetra e the he-»rt of the pagan r.ideol, Oiic day » hungry    lion—a    i    Kaffir, letting into his dark    soul the t:r »y **ne probañiy, f- r f w    of such    j    light of God’s saving truth    which is vviiJ itiiQi ilfi are to be met    now in    t    leading him to heaven. I w    pii ui—aitai-ked us in se.ari’h ^ Would it were in my power to sec Í p    cy, and w»)iild have made I ond by personal service the heroic 1 nu-it of IIS had not niv’ men ' eflTorts inatle by my brothe priests *    i ilu an b ck into the ¡ to dispe 1 the darkness of beathen V O I lo their ►houts an<i ’■hots ' isin from this land anti to spread tne kfutwh-iige and love of tm J^ord ünon'if tl.cso who know him no',! il'it ;i' lids eanuol b«.*, my emleavor will be on iny rvlnrn toihfOitl !i':*nd -i’ffngth ill** Nd' tirihte.s ■ ‘:i I- !i< ir lí'b ái. d'he tine'*t siMt.nt d'r^ - in IVtMona are he m s V I    : •»'. a ; 1    I. V. ?il,    :;n i v -'/s    :.r* I 1 Very añilo >v 11.    I, ?!ie w’th k lo- Iv V. p I’r-'vo t'*e '• I ! ■ . *    '    : t..l ■ t 'I'Unl ry, i:eg' tml ' *\v the sta ^e, I was not surprised and W9.8 deeply gratified at her success as a cantatrice. She possesses a voice ol remarkable power and ewee ness, especially in the higher notes. Her rendition of the different p issages in the Holeci'oii “Roberts” w'as iridoed reinnrkable. The Shaffer Bros, w re at that t'me lead'ng wagon makers a d employe*! a large number of hands. Sirath Clements and Mose Green each conducted a large co perage es talilishinent employing both men and boys. John Williams and I homas Ba**co had plenty of work at brivklaying and plasten g for the trade. Jtihii W"odson was a well known budde' and contractor who tlid a ilouris ing business. Ue was I II . '•    *    I Ml > :    iiVatiV fc    _    _ Mil    r.iv    \v    n    k    !    <»ui    ;t»nl cri’/c )o ? > rivdilv dv' 'therj >rh*sl • I • t ‘    - And I have do doubt that a grand    by falling Ironi a house h success will all end her pii her Vur    erecting    at    GaHipolis.    Wylie tli.ongh the couMtry.    The    New Keynol^s was a    house painter, eni \ ork critics from ^ whom bhc    re ploying a ri iiiber of wmrkmeii and ceived the title of “Idack    Palti    ’    y apprculiccs.    Ibibert Dancanson coul her grrat iumI n.    | c nae ture IVoin    Dctr it as a house- Jl f ow devolves ujv.n Ihc c*d.•*ed I    Tnkiiig    advuiitajre    of    op- PC }»lc w!*cr< cv r " O' V h.M’ th<* r rvc'. I *, to turn •cp'Jcm sh*‘ I. I'i > 1' I ; i ? d ..5 : 1 tdju ijj i'' 1*'. 11 I < Ml • i !. *5' '' r . ' f ..    •    I    .    :    . • »■    í ; d'«-c    !    -.all. ;i 4!Íl lio Tc •*vr ;r;:o- ‘ ih in sou's    ill ,«:t*' I ¡ 1    11    j 1 :rl*'iI. Í . »ht‘ :: OLD'LH ih po tumiics, be difVclof* <i a land' K‘-yc    On    his rdu.M fnmi a 1to K'lfop'*, iii.s '.doiiration for V    * ipuiu*r l*’d    li lu to send I - X . t ,t v>n.;in a i o' 1 *ih Kaihrinc . Il l C t f l'-sp:c-t iuitor c-n uo. i> in-.*. ’ a fl:‘ ii.i'l the pit'tcre d orri 1. ' c. ';“‘j i . n,i *-1n.; C UntM > I    ,y    ¡.p * into CO ••'1! • I *.rk i5‘ T i. 1 Mil lakl’ The oo'id lion t I Aid día! C*d‘!rcd b;i-*::i" a*td biviccss mca^ ^ ¡,* ai*li-ts l ;:i i lu* sh;ido w . d’ dc.ild.— S    mis    cÍLV    l    li«>’o'    h-;    ''    o*    fix'd',    con- picture 5i ?. p--r ooai ' iMlirat Oil li *ii ic;p tu. *1 Co! rod ar-•’ I * r i’HC'l '\, o :i”i C'-or.iois' ,s of ^^’a^dúng •»M i si'Ml ii adit- I«; Jor five huu-o, I, wiih to • :s ilcm ul that a i.'ile tiC grateftply a¡ p.icciarcd ttie Cl m.diuicnr of the g it, he c.oidd it under no <» her conditions 'tunca €*f the . c,: r i I. . V ■    ‘. — a in-.f ■ • ■*    '•» V*.y ;•    V.    • •    d.    ''    a -c ki    i hu    ' ..    1C*    c-i.r.i •    ■ •    ri,. I •.ii-s.’d. lid .i . . •: .i^ ;j I Í t;;o dV;. ~ , ,j •1    . •. -.. h ¡.ron-jht ci * '\r    -i. d’oe ’rufri *. i'*r \ . h ■ , : : . ' I f »!• a «’ iv rai I a id r‘ •    ’ c 'oirv f'lh or wild an*l \ I ■    - • ic'i >. ij.Il'it d '1!* ;a llu*    ! pr 1 ,ic( Í. •; c Ckii.any. Tht r? VI' cl il - li >. 'l.inr    ¡ •.r.d-‘o'- ! •■'**, P -rt fiazi.hv’h a.. \.    , *4    ' V    ’'.'rd'    d'o*v    .* ‘ Ki»:_    It Í    O-s T    *    ■*    - • d    '    • o. .Í.O .. 1    t    onrch    in    S    .. FATHC>? HCuKlCAN DKA!>. Tim- Slid 1 pv* s ic.ichcd ino up ci I v arrival in BingluimPt' *», N. ’I ;.i I’o- iieat'o 'd the vcio-rahh' l*'ntUcr n.urigiu. ihc (iithofi'* p'oncTot ”lu-rM Now ^ 'M'k, ,'ifl r u s i vic'' ■f I’.-n; hvc yrur- ' X M.i-tcr. 'i'l.t* II •UMgaii was tin r . • ) Ml g ;i;ii<»r ' •*i .    '    ' K, C Ills ,<• T Pi Ui • .VI Til o cuus*; d»r , A 1    <    hv-    X a ' oT >\ tetad .s?.'*vo :d!*i ;ii I tl'cir • n *o'}»r' i, s mnl undertakings, ri iipno' me Lliul itin.y bo inter* s'.iiig t f pi.' ll^-h ulci* i ski'tcii <1 tin' past win- I loci'-an lil.a .'itlairsl li inri'in <l Hi'ioi'g us I'lOiii ab'ju’ ik’ I t*r* IColored O’, r hunts ami imarhaiiicd were an imp riant f ct t i*f llm of the (>uccn City ami the occnpa-, lioiisol some id our Ic nUng ci i/.ens at chill pcfH'd reib.s't scri'msiy' iifoii jtlie boa.sleil progrc.-s oj ih.e race gc'icv'd -ircc ihcn, i ' .'•* far as Cincinnalli value, ilis pictures of “ lien Boll'’ .finl others broiiglit ami nn>ne3’’ until he dev**lopc<l tin* hah cinati.m th.p lie wis “rich, very rich!” had j more money' than ho could ever give of awa» or speuo:    Tlius lie <licd, “jioor Dniic.” I.ouis iCvaus did a go il bnsiuess as a carpeid* r. He retired with a eompet**tu‘y ■ ut allnreinents of policy were too strong, ami he offered ids all U[)oii the shnne of tlmt «g*>*ld. ss of liope and *l s .pp in'niout. .lames .i* hn:6on ami ------Coilius At the northeast toraer of Fiftk and Sycamare eamael Wilooi •stab-li'hed a grocery that for eleganee and completeness was without %n equal. Brnfessor Peter H. Olark was one of its clerks and Jndga James Fitx^eraid a mes-enger. A large fine and paying trade was ae— corded it at once. d’he clerks were kept busy. One after another the ste.amboats sent their orders for snp-plie.-4 to Wilcox. He prospered and waxed rich. Alas! He began t« pay attention t > w ine and women. His son followed 'he father’s lead. Several of tlie clerks joined the pro-ces*'ion. In a sh rl tun- the pace beciiiiie so rapid that the prufii» of .all the groceries in Cincinnati coold not have sustaino*! the gait. ilis crcdii, good.iit one time for .$100,000, down nntd the h -ukcrs he^itded ill two < r ihrce Umusaiid, Seeing I tiie cra.?li i cvitahh* he gatiierad to-¡ gi'tlu T whAt in* coahljtook ids lri<uids’ slfe nial ! -ft Cinciiaiaii iorcvcr, Lcc.s luatuu'l, ihci'cijir,^ weaker, 1dm »':»n d 1**1    lie ioit, so that no hi'ji'id k Ti I'c’iifvlri d to mo trn hii **nf.»rccd ami .smhlen ilep.ari.ure. P or b'Oi! , Nciily' a<i men stand advor-iiy, but Ivow few conlrd}! themselves in prosperity. I.iaU.‘r on, Keith and Samicrlia opened a fins g.”<»cery on Fourth street. They p>o^^pcrcd, bat not so rapidly as they ilesireci or expected. They^ retired from biisiness and niov d West, where each bec.arae wealthy, Keibii dying and leaving au estate of over -M 00^000. JMr. Reynolds, of Maysville, Ky., i oiicried a first class retailing store «n Fifth street, between Aiain and Wal nut. lie did a good business, but for some reason sold out and m©ved away. Robert Gordon came here from ' 6 -T :vi-i >;e i,T*    i.    • >    .    «    I ^ I. •- r : i t ■ li *    : . V • ■ • • 1 - „ •f11 *Mi «»: ; "1 . '' t.'•iv'. ‘ 1 • ’ T*, V 1; ' ! ■* ••!.'> 'in 1 Í ^ r. ', , >. I -f a’ -a* tt tlj tv :l 1 a* I»- • i *' I : •. ]> .T'l i: -1K*I ■!' c F.a: r K’ llv'- -*;u1-*li >• **ri- a:.i-r* -1 a- it ^ ;.T’ »■ * r:TÍ.-'- 1'. * ■ -V lUJ up T .-A."Ii M ] ■ a'. . Ti'M :• tki* r-. I f '>!J*' Í ' ■ V,■ <;rnv* ', l’* ■! .1 V i I * 4 V * ,h I .*' i.»\v b' I :n    oi    t    ii**    «    .    i.}    . ‘i -ltC a*. * lid-Ml If ’aid o< lb ir -yn'pathy _i a'ppru; roil** .    :    n«s    and -‘iti.MT i-p c-enta 4 ,c iurcrai. i in* B lukeis’ .n    1 !*l io ti -\h linen*!'* s*»-' - .1    -o    m uii t o 1 tin ir tieep s*>r pn- *    1. c'lnc* ■y I nmk-r f.dh *y *■ i'' 1- *. . t ,*i ' •••'C inlirj; vr t * Ir* C'»!e iff I ?r-. b’lT. lliCM*' •loll!I (,'iiai.i ot I.. r-.s *:»- » CA I'I't . 1 * Ml *    ' -\** t i.'* ■,»M'    b.O-1 ■ i >!ir!'v;dt*. V .iml Mu *-‘1 : I- 'I i. *o' < 1 -1 u r.i;h(r il 'M.inu a m'ispi** li ur*- ill the li’.,'*4.>ry ot >><>iilh' rii Xcw V.u'k. ilc wa.s ‘bora iu county ; ii'pi'r.iry, Itx-b.n*!, .Iam. llth. l^ln. Aii'l M    cons<*«j!i(‘iitiy la    id*' • I’h riic < .Aíorcd    !    nmi    il    a    r*-'o*l mAuu‘>.ctU:'ii*g bu^i n Mi”*-d t<* .ilic v to    M'lUi.lcy    and 'oris wi're <uc*‘ess • j i..4.i > .    I    - y    ^ tobacconists. \V . M. Stnltu ,*> I'ls.gndi I .»■' nev-j.j    dAirym'i.u. (icorge IJatler liTc! at a; j hi c*'M»r-M'r-:    .,^,,1    cMuductf    d    llie    1    irgest '‘.ml bor-t e<jui]*ped livmy    stable    in Chari*    s    M.ku'c    'i’!'*    the cltv and wu^ .'Uc.cecdc*! la’er    on wci'i- ain    ic; th.*^    i,'\’ ihe iiow' «listínvuishe*!    John    Al. liver    !*.    t\v « a    h'in*- nn ili    and    I |^iid brcither,    Charles 1: d rs }» be h rr_'-' ♦ .* 11 v< ir. Ili* lsa*i line olli a- briOher Ib.i ii--sor.s ot od i jtibs, ’ iu vhe rdrice of w iuulainc'l t > th * pr <..'llio*Ml and (J *louel, tli**n < apt, D. • vmai nephew ; :u d n. 'cc.s ♦ '.'ag *1 Adong, A. 'C 'd*» ! ( -f!.AÍou« wmk. I'.ilii- r llonrigau his ‘-tudh- in his native 11 1 c..uj*h-'e<l ih uTj at C**iK. 'i .    *1“ w rs or I » the m.Íl th'Mji] by BisliOJ k'.'V, :u ( omu «'c.uI iUi' r lo litii) of N'c.v V irk., .ami for a /.'I d C' i'ur,;\c ill iki. *i i'i ^ ‘•*eai k-;nj C**;*»? *‘l was tiieu an i*!dulgi nl boss* ’•k A.'itV. .■ I *. :l •    •■rw:.    1 ami died iu }* ivcrty. Vi la. B wklt y varíe*! cs:p ri< nc i.ivs a ei-;nu! . '.s.-J llr.'oivrh oU U-'C I 1 Í o .vr i:. • ! MS • V f' r I .. ‘v’lo ha-.l a rci'Sl ‘.«.as in ihc.-o c I'iy' .1. b.d d.*r. X' ‘    fi-.:a    aC a.'k a ;a' • 1 ■ I tick, <! •'* Ci.n . : \v V*' ! In I Ml y 1 ' Virginia with a good capital aad wci 'i ai.i uag the i-ionct r silveiM.i tns ,    ^ coal yard in partnership nuth .ia res A. Clark. The}'’ did M*5t aod 'lO/aT* p íhort thoe retired, (4ordon confnuing the bnsi ues's. Cord dealers^ -with small capl tid, began lo sjiring 'up over the *iity like leushrooms, ddie large «pera to'-s eoiiibine*! and deterxaiaed to crn !i the little fellows out, especial ly “the nigger.” At that time the *uiiy source of supply ivas by way ©f the. river. Gordon w'as a shrewd, cuntiing and fa seeing man, compara tsvcly illiterate, but possessed fcher ough bu'iiiess intelligence. 'I’raiiicd in the cual b.isiness, he had managed to save enough frem earnings his master gave him t© pmr chase his freedom an*J bring to Ohi© a ca.dtal of several thousaud dollars. He ha*i packed two yards with the se.'ison’s stock and was supply ng his customers frtim two or three ot his boats lying at the wharf. Snddenly' liio price fJot coal at retail was re cinced to lower than barge rates, (ioi'don complacently icK-kd his yards, tic*l up iiis boats an*l supplied Liis c.ihtomers by trausferriwg ihelr orders to his eiiemb s, who, unsus peciiMgly nmdo the «leíivcries. Most of the srciiii ti caters were t)sus .'tsr’vcd out. II X'*w (>rh*'iu . .M f ic* fi A* I V. ithoul I I    though not' on so cxtcn- (]ublrcu,a:i I Ohata, ha, ne aii'.. ^ ^jve'li scale. db-I iiue*l to Mi ike Ins lioys .lohn i Vroy and Soms .and also Gabriel atul <K‘orge * iimli the roug’i lad«ler f    busi;    cs« ^t boot of cx'peritijc**, up V. liich tie hiin-irlf j^p^i yiioc making. Pii}sical infirm-had pa*;-*:*l and afl**r .«p*‘n Mug tli»*!r    incajiacitaltd old man Troy and (»ainm*:>ii\', whicn tlu'V «lid iapi*liy,    sons graviuted into bank nie«.s- Ix^th thiiicd along in tlie louol route (.pgí.r.H and b.arbers. “Mvise” a .son unii! tliev finally gra«l:iatc*l    *)f l^lrange, is now the grey haired otM ticial boot-black of tlie <*ourt house. ,1. B. ’'riwmTison autl Birry Schoo* lev estat)iished the firs' pickle, ami preserve plant in the city, and when ih v *|Uil the «piartcrm.iS- j 'Phomas A’olslon followed later on In te.'V Si.rvice tlioj w.'T** totally nii'ii . xame liiic bat v,.ss unable to Íor any «iil'er v.u-ik. !>*»tii Ho ami to “Old Bill” B'cklcy bceamc maik* L }»u*?k.-ters ami Chdston is siill living at some* thing over iviuely yc.ars of age. ''riM.mias Huii.'ler cud A. V, V, ere re-.pHctiveiy the lar^e te.iko iu;' tsii^’lish-T *e A Mii‘-iea*li ig their a« li -I Ml ■d, f >r- A, i;*-k f i ThO'ip'-'*n i.*iK *»f i.e i M e * ' ir t ’* 'i*‘ in Ml i lmr -ryp vM r 1 o l of .. J ea I 1 n.'i t i flCV. i. :, Í A e •' t. r c! • K ! V -J r IVli ' *1 • ^ . I M I r-• I .. V/ieK> •<', li cA'-ii- vii he it.M* Ih. MMuodiM ■,j bi‘ c.ii.'cd the - 11 m d b.V-, ■ \v*>r<dci «.u ; O' rM:V<*l r > I * \v r. !. ice In .. ' I 'M ] ,’■ • ,    ot Ms ii'ni't'T I ■ ‘    -1 Vn > . J . W’e-^t.    .->■    .MTln.i‘Ji idonri 1 ’u? 0 runnel The capll ibst- propose»] to rccouy thcci«elves V>y nigh prices iút*a' in Ihc svacon, AI-isI Tt.e nv'cr tvoyin ;ind rnul .a b n caiuld be brouglit here. Ill a brii.'i* liiixe it developed that, factory. * on lia*! about all tho M.ock ix ea v> tiie the city. A few other de.alc-rs roli* itod hi'* a si.sta^^^ce lu tilling e uiructs "IVi : .    r . r    1    _<y    •- • ‘' :i' I: i    > r ^*US    r'i . :•    *¡\ I I    n '    4 ’Ml"    w.:r ot    tí*c ¡luir 11 iion irr.-o, ui!f>    _    ............. \\ iii**h «•harn'l'*-*1 hdu    j    |^,    t,    g,, alter, caused couuts AvlMich l.»i ouhl not c*' bict f t).jt he “had no co *1 to snare.’' ‘VI* ( .* 11.'* 111 * Í,    c r    - tbe ^pivD‘i.d    I*    *I    • i-ciitrai fta’i.n.1» «>t tí • x.    -    *    ; si«nF, twelve ic a l. Hti* •    í    .    *c    li •owe, tLr t r **í fMs r,-and Pe re Aiff. ry, wiio rlno-' -on hor^cV .«'K, ga,e rae « í    a    M    -•    í eome, aa*i sbowt i ine^ihc    *    i::-    . .g conv» nl*, í'cii C'i-* üí’ ‘    X'- n era.* «ebfO * í th*- rais-^-'p. 1 h" pr.i.U'.-a' re«olL« ot tixc bv-'lem *.f iheir *aa*.*r.-smong ti.c B:.r-.j'es i-» im-'t 'Ur]«i:> ,o»y. d'he canv. rl«, evt n e.rno.rg liie roTfü fAjniic- ot t:.*' chik^-* are nu méro«F, and ihc fcrv* r p * » v >*• the :    ,    -I.    ,y -    :    i.    :U • n,    IMi a, «i .    .    •    i.p- ;cd my • y*:-'. >h    ..    } i. iry, '.vhicii I -    ,    .    -    tlark as ibe -^v - . .. 'I r::¿y i i^hi. I now se<*, - : -A 4 * X !*riil?auL stars, which .vr • i-t.n : (} i: light everywhere i í.r:ving away the darkness e.r iiT'.i. in a H urii, here and there, liirou d»r>Mt the-e hcalln n countries ...f S*'ith Al'rici, Catholic Missions, willi tueir churches of the blessed sacrcnicni, llit-ir Chri.stian «jhools, canvcnt-«, seniinari*?s and colleges, everywhere, con cxjOTerterctr ir.d^ rae of What wc read arc springing up everywnere, con in the faiih ©f early Chrisiianr Be ; ▼eying the 1 ghl of the Gospel of fore leaving I.»^ato, as the naTiveri j‘‘Salvation to the black races. And c*JI their land, we rode on horseback' what, I a^k myself is the cause of over a magnificent billy country lo the wcnderful spread of the faith, visit the kraals of two of the leading for there are few laborers in the ohiefs K^npo and Maama I^eteea,;    no    immigration    to    augment whom’l interviewed at length.    í    or form New mi*»sions$-no flow of From Ba^atoland my wav Uy i money from Europe lo depend upon. “acro«« the Vaal” to tho hilB¿irded . The secret of the marvelous su^ess O'wn of Pretoria, in the Transvaal, i ©f Catholic missions in South Afri^ The road wa« rough and lay along i-**» it soems to me, the self sacrific hash T veld and high grating land, ing spirit and high motive of mUoq with here and there j*al/ heo of ara that fills the heart of the missioner. v'i- I‘'rumcul «li'alU*«l every .« « U'./.- n iuto the Kcr\»ce, ho w 4< a stauiM-b - upp**rtor «>f the uu* •-ij,’ At that linio Binghamptou . ! .a recruiting Blati«'*n ami natural-* Iv br-mght many turbulent characters to the vicinity and contjcquently many a broil was tho outcome. The police force consisted oí bather Hou-rigau an«l two conatubles. ^Vhen police services were required many limes his reverence demonstrated bis ability as a protector of tne l»eace with the aid of the ever ready black thorn. Ever s<?lictous of the welfare of the colored people, he always had an encouraging and cheer* ing’ word for the Negro missions. The death of Father Hourigan was a noticeably happy one, shortly before the nine o’clock services while the congregation was kneeling in the church he passed away to reap the reward of his services upon earth R- I. P. I had occasion to attend the Levy band concerts a few days ago of which Madam Siseretta Jones (Black Patti) is a central figure. '    -    'had Being the first ^portunity I hi of hearing her, I awaited with a mingled feeling of curiosity and anxiety her entrance. Well knowing led a red was not a a e'*<* ____,    ^      ..        -Ife,    and    he    never ,l.'W';e ib‘<’kl 'y, Ijrotb**’’ <>* Ldl, |    of    Hamiltou    (bounty    j    forg<)t    a    lesson    once    learned.    x ma*le about t hn*v bumlr^'d ibousanAl ,    pj.^.    gradúa    es    «.>1’    the    cabinet!    Gordon    vaif cixiliara as a nateiit lin-roofcr. liar- .      .,i!r<‘*l    n*    t    g    >    alter,    eaii^.ed    bi«    jpatliy,    lie «iecHrí died a shoutitv^ ] ildi'V oi iai li. ^ (io-wnfaU. • NM.-arly a 1 tne oi«ier Col-! j^eut of buFÍness i*on om vaised the price of co**.! ing the, he secured nearly all the government contr.acts in this vicinity, from which he obtained enormous profits. Shortly after its close, his daughter married h’s white book.keeper and the family moved West where they all turned white. Je.sse plunged head and heels into speculation, lost all, went crasy and died a pauper. G. Craft, was then engineer for a leading firm in the bottoms. He invented a governor or guage for bis engine but his black skin prohibited him from obtainining a patent which was secured by his employers, the royalty on which is said to have produced them, in the aggragate, about fifty thousand dollars* They generously permitted him to man> age their engine at $50 a month, so long as he was physically able to do so. George Carey "was a successful land and money broker. Jere Rolls and Bro. carried on a large blacksmithing business in all departments and no doubt many of our old oitiiens can remember the remarkable work he fabricated and put up, from his shop on Plum, near Columbia street. maker’s ai“l, ieariie'Jr in Bayd’s t'ccio^ | from 6 cents t .» 12, to Í5, to 20, to MO. ry. i^oor fellow. He too drifted f    ncu'spapers declaimed and th*v until lie became a jierarnbulatitig price became 4 0 c-euts. The citv book keeper for i’olicy'B-lI Smith Comparatively recemiy his spirit passed to joinjhose of his comrades in whom he devoutly believed, and with whom he claimed to have often held converse as tuey returned to earth. George Knight, the plaster of Paris ornamenter, employed a good many hands, and for a time, secured almost a monopoly on that work from the river to the lake. John I. Gaines, after 'whom Gaines. High School -was named, was for years the only produce and poultry commission merchant in the city. He was indefatiguable and self-sacrificing in the work of establishing the Colored schools and after his death, in 1859, the Colored people raised over his remains, in the Colored American Cemetary, the only publie monument erected to the memory of a black man in the State of Ohio. After his death his son took to the stage, went to Eu'* rope, married a German girl and foreswore allegiance to the United States. He is now a German Citi*' reu and lives in Paris France. pnce council appealed to the gas company to relensc a part of their stock, for tbe sake of the poor. Gordon charged 60 cents and rtfused to sell more than half a load, twelve and a half bushels, to one individual. They threateoed to mob him and the pric© went to 60, to 70, to 80 cents. The railroads then began bringing in a few loads and the distress was r© lieved. His earnings for that season are estimated at from thirty to fifty thousand dollars. One more lesson he gave the com bine and he was ever aftei: respected, because he was feared. A train of about thrty cars from the Masking uiQ valley was on its wav to the city. A meeting was hurriedíy called by the dealers to form a combination, purchase and divide it up. Gordon heard of the meeting and ^peared there to demand his share. Some ad vocated a refnsal, but when he a» nounced his determination to break the pool unless he got it, they weak ened and came to terms. One of th© elements of his strength lay, n© doubt, in the fact that no one ever Continiied on Fourth Pago-

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