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15 Jan 1888

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15 Jan 1888

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Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio12the commercial Gazette Cincinnati. Sunday january 15, 1888-sixteen pages in the courts. Von Phul do Torce the old gentleman granted a decree and miss be Monde gets no Alin ony. Tue Blackburn Board Public work trial to begin to Morrow a judgment verdict and decree a minor court mention v \ the Calendar for monday the Tari ouf court record this county la appended United states court judge Jackson and judge Sage judge Jackson will Bear argument the exceptions in the Fidelity Bank cases. The Hopkins trial continues before judge Sage. Circuit court judges Smith swing and Cox National building association is. Janders. Emmera a. Kai sen and Eaton is. Campbell for bearing. Superior court room no. 1, judge Taft Penn Granite company. Hussey will probably be resumed Elliot Cohen Schumacher u. V. Is. Weber. 8irnp-Aom is. Foundry ., Sandmeyer is. White will be called. Room no. 2. Judge Moore motions and demurrer Ganora a sheiby will be resumed tuesday. Room no. 8, judge Peck gun Kean is. Allison a Smith will be tiled. Com Mon plea8 Cou Rte room no. 1, judge Kumler miscellaneous business. Room no. 2, judge Buch waiter Louis is. Collins will be concluded by 12 clock Sherman is. Whitney Winton place is. Dalton Crowley is. Goodin. Schmidt is. Grueninger and Mack is. Morris will be called. Room no. 8, judge Matthews Deeters is. 8tuewer will go to the jury about 12 clock Stix is. C., r. A d., Heckman is. Humber Hampton is. Wolfe Murphy a. Longe and Newton is. Schaffer will be called. Room no. 4, judge Maxwell Herndon is. Morris Parvin a sons is. Gratigny Nordman is. La Vassor and bar fixture company is. Felsen Thal will be called. Boom no. 6, judge Shroder Harvie is. Wilson Martin is. Craft and Francis is. Francis will be called. Room no. 6. Judge Evans state is. Cronin false Bill stale is. O Niel shooting state is. Whitten forgery. Room no. 7, judge Robertson state is. Blackburn touting out false order begins. Probate court judge Goebelt motions and demurrer c., a st. L. A K. R. Is. Village Riverside. Von Phil granted a divorce. Judge Buch waiter yesterday announced his decision in the divorce Case Henry von Phul the wealthy but disappointed Young bridegroom some seventy seven Summers is. Ida von Phul no ele Monde. The plaintiff was Given a decree the around wilful absence. The court said the marriage was one extreme Folly. It was evidently brought about by lust the one Side and avarice the other. The testimony showed that it was never consummated. As to the defendants claim for Alimony counsel would be allowed to agree upon an amount should they fail to do so the court would make an order. After consultation . Herron informed the court that he would withdraw the claim for Alimony and thereupon a decree was prepared granting the plaintiff a divorce the ground wilful absence and restoring the defendant to her Maiden name but barring her from asserting any claim for Alimony for Dower in the Plain gifts estate. It was stated yesterday that after the engagement Between the plaintiff and miss be Monde based upon the alleged agreement that he should Settle $20,000 upon her she Besought him to pay a commission $500 to the Well known lady who brought the engagement about and whose name has been connected with the affair. But the old gentleman treated the payment a commission As he did the mating a settlement upon his betrothed a As a matter that could be attended to just As Well after marriage As before. This delay resulted As All will now readily believe in the Elf Atson Quot Quot a to kor commissi9w altogether. Tiou. We ukr Minkie sued by flit step Mother. Suit was filed by Martha a. Binkle exec Ata trix Peter so Winkle through John w. Wolfe the in inst Amos Binkle for the recovery vfr$16,729 an account for services rendered to the defendent by Peter Shinkle who was his _ father. The petition states that these services begat in january 1849, and were continued for period thirty fou years until january l1883. The employment was that collector Ai during the entire period and sometimes that superintendent. There was no agreement As up to the amount which should be paid for the a services but the plaintiff claims they were reasonably Worth $75 a month. There Wasp a. Cei Ved account fifteen years Board which is orput Down at $20 a month $3,600 in All and se$8,160 in Cash. These credits were prior to the sub ringing a suit against the defendant in a he Kenton county circuit court which was dismissed upon the express agreement up that the defendant would Settle the entire claim without further delay. After the he fruit was dismissed defendant paid at different a times $2,111 and refuses to pay anything further. Plaintiff alleges that after All the a credits Are deducted there is still due to her Assa the representative Peter Shinkle the sum above named for which judgment is asked n a judgments and verdicts. Judge tafts jury returned a verdict for the a plaintiff for $600 in the Case Kassen is. The vt�c., ii. It pc Railway company. W. Baker Tyand Miller Outcalt Lawrence Maxwell la judge Kumler gave Charles h. Parnell a de to fault judgment against Thomas h. Secrist for g $1821. A in the same court j. D. Wells was Given i default judgment against John Davis for a in 25. A the Case the Village Clifton is. Martin a v. A Weighell and John t. Weighell was Oom to promised by the entering a verdict $800 a to each the defendants. Judge Peck gave Jane Gaff Shillito a default a judgment against Joseph Smith jr., for the $8,359 82, with an order for the Sale one but Hundred shares Queen City National Bank q Stock which is up As collateral. Breach Promise. To f Eva Reising brought a suit through Fred a. To Lamping Amka. Grube for damages in the Sura $10,000 from Andrew Derrick for breach f Promise. She said the engagement was the february 3d, 1887, and the marriage was occur the 28th october. She was ready that Day to marry the defendant according to Flie agreement but he refused to fulfil his Promise and still refuses to marry her. A petition in Appeal from the court a Squire Hornberger was also filed in which the same plaintiff seeks to recover from Derrick judgment for $200 for Money loaned. To sail a Ullio Henry a Clarke filed a suit through Jordan amp Jordans against Cohen amp ., for a Sale the Carriage and harness paper known As the spokesman and a division the proceeds with the plaintiff. He alleges that the paper was started by the defendants and himself As a partnership affair. He was to receive fifteen dollars a week salary which was to be charged to the expense account and the defendants were to Advance the Money necessary to put the paper its feet. The profits were to to divided equally. Plaintiff says the paper which is a monthly has prospered and is now Worth Many thousands dollars and its value is increasing every Day. He says the defend ants have excluded him from the business and claim that they Are its exclusive owners. Another u. 8. Commissioner. An entry has been made in the u. S. Court appointing Frank j. Dorger a u. S. Commissioner with authority to take acknowledgements fix bail and perform the other duties incident to the office. The appointee is connected with the u. S. District attorneys office. A wife a complaint. Fredericks Heinle petitioned through Albert Bettinger for a Zivorod from Jacob Heinle to whom she was married in Wuertenberg ger Many in 1873. They have no children. She charges that for More than three years prior to 1880 he was guilty habitual drunkenness tailed to provide for her and treated her with great cruelty. In that year she left him and has Ever since supported herself. She desires to be restored to her Maiden name Miller. Sait a. A. Clerked a Bond. A suit was filed through Robt. Fulton by Chas. E. Mcfarlan trustee the estate Chas. L. Knight in assignment for recovery $287 29 the Bond a. A. Clerke Plain tiffs predecessor in the Trust. The sureties the Bond Are Milo Dodds and e. Grafton. Court brie i a. A a Petit jury venire was drawn in judge Robertson a court returnable monday. A Vinton e. Helleberg was appointed administrator Geo. W. Palmer. Personalty. $100. A judge 8hroder overruled the motion for a new trial in the Case Hester a. The tar Nike company. A in a discussion in the circuit court As to the decree that is to be entered in the the 0. Amp m. Railway is. The big four . Colston stated that be was willing it should be this la undoubtedly prove to be the greatest Sale record. A just for to Morrow monday Only we will offer Choice All Felt lined Wolf Robes for $2.98, the same that re sold regularly for $5. And for to Morrow Only we will offer Choice All a / a a a a. A a m our Rich and elegant fancy Plush lined Robes for $4.50�?Robes that readily brought $8, $10 and $12 Early in the season. A very few fancy fur Mats for $1.98 % 3 Days menus Fine hand sewed shoes Sale in Yor a i Only to Morrow f a p. A v it a. Tuesday and wednesday. Floor real values $3 to $4. Callers will find these Royal bargains and if you re interested you can to come too soon As these prices Are for to Morrow Only remember. A. Mabley k Carew lowest priced House in Cincinnati. For $5, Worth $8. We will place Sale to Morrow morning 420 pairs menus and Young menus Fine French calf hand sewed shoes in Button lace and Congress they come in a styles last every shape toe sizes and half sizes and from a to e in Width. These Are the qualities that we usually sell at $6.50 and $7, and Are strictly hand made throughout. To Morrow tuesday and wednesday you can take your size and Choice for $5. Gentlemen the regular Price these same shoes outside our House is $8, and those you who Are Wise enough to Call will find them whole souled bargains. Mabley k Carew. Lowest prices. Stipulated that the Life m. Shall not be disturbed in its use the depot for a week ten Days. A the claims which have been filed and approved against the cooperative interment add manufacturing company in assignment amount to $646. A the decree pro confess in the u. S. Coart in the Case Robert Moore is. John Burgoyne jr., administrator was set aside and leave Given a to answer. A Jas. F. Hewett filed an action against j. J. Kennedy it Al. To compel the execution a lease to property Woodburn Avenne under the terms an agreement set Forth. A the trial Chas. T. Blackburn one the Board Public works indictments will begin before judge Robertson to Morrow. A special venire was issued to fill up the jury. A Phil Jaicob Dent a poor fellow who suffers from convulsions and is Low mental rank was committed to Longview Asylum. He runs away from Home and is at times hard to control. A John b. Stetson amp . Filed a suit through l. H. Pummill against h. W. Woodruff and w. W. Williams late partners for recovery $374 an account for goods sold and delivered. A the f. Hammer paint company filed a snit through Granger amp Hunt against John Wuest and wife for Sale premises the Thomson Road in Colerain township to satisfy a claim $1,500. Henry Hanna filed a suit through Thomas Hanna against Adolph Reulmann it Al., for recovery $406 unpaid rent and Sale the leasehold premises at the intersection front Mill and Columbia streets. A general Cowen has so far recovered from his serious illness lat he yesterday spent the greater part the Day in Bis office. He had been absent twelve weeks. The malady from which he suffered was the prevailing so called typhoid fever complicated by a relapse. A the Eureka cooperative foundry company filed a Bill in the u. S. Court through Wright amp Wright against Surveyor customs Caldwell for recovery $117 05, which it is claimed was collected in excess the Legal duty an importation glazed paving tile in casks. A an action to marshal liens and sell real estate the Northeast Corner Richmond and Mound streets was brought by Emma a. Stearns through Healy amp bran Nan and Chas. H. Jones against John 8. Hoffman it Al. Plaintiffs claim is a common pleas judgment for $522 93. A a. S. And r. 8. Mason filed a suit in foreclosure through j. H. Bates and h. P. Kaufman against Laura g. Williams individually and As executrix Chas. P. Williams for recovery notes aggregating $10,303 25. The property is the North Side third Street sixty feet East main Street. A Antioch College through Champion amp Williams and John Little petitioned for a foreclosure property owned by Joseph a. Meyer executor and situated the sooth Side Clinton Street Between John and Cutter. The suit is a $1,000 note made payable to the order Eva Schane and others executed july 3, 1885, with nine months to run. A a demurrer was argued before judge Kumler to the petition the mechanics who filed suit through j. W. 8hrage, against the Cincinnati Street railway company for the enforcement a Lien against the Vine Street Cable Road to satisfy claims for wages which a defaulting contractor failed to pay. The argument in support the demurrer was that a Cable Road is not a steam railway. New suits. Common fleas court. 80.050�?james 8. Mason Etal. Is. Laura g. Williams executor Money. A 80.051�?labold it pc Newburg is. Bertha Wilson Appeal. 80.052�?h. J. Cordesman�?T8 sons is. Leopold Steigert Appeal. 80.053�?Henry b. Clarke is. Cohen amp . Relief. 80.054�?kahn amp Ostrovs. Henry Strope Appeal. I80.055�?John b. Stetson amp . Is. Horace w. Woodruff it Al. Money. 80.056�?j. H. Geisman is. W. Brown Appeal. 80.057�?Eva Reising is. Andrew Derrick Relief. 60.058�?the Henry Seibel printing . Is. Frank Mika Lojewski Appeal. 80.059�?james f. Hewitt is j. J. Kennedy it Al. Relief. 80.060�? Emma a. Stearns is. John s. Hoffman it Al. Relief. 80.061�?f. Hammer paint . Is. John Wuest Etal. Relief. 80.062�?fredericka Heinle is. Jacob Heinle divorce. A 80.063�?Chas. E. Mcfarlan trustee is. Milo g. Dodds it Al. Money. Superior court. 43.097�?martha a. Shinkle is. Amos. Shinkle Money. 43.098�?Henry Hanna is. Adolph Beimann Etal. Relief. 43.099�?antioch College is. Job. A. Meyer ex., it Al. Relief. Magistrates courts M. Johnson again Quot Zulu implements attach add a College Medicino suede Muldoon a Dot captured. A Squire Hornberger yesterday detailed constables Vogt and Cupman to Replevin a lot furniture stowed away at 8. Fine amp , main Street below third. About s week so M. Johnson and his agent j. W. Caplinger took this furniture a writ attachment from the Home Henry Smith 19 Walker Street. Smith Hall several months ago bar rowed Twenty five dollars from Johnson giving As Security a chattel mortgage his furniture. Afterwards he returned to Johnson $37 70, but the latter never cancelled the mortgage. Yesterday the furniture was returned to where it originally belonged the suit being for $300 damages besides. In the Case Geo. K. Wilhelm the alleged adulterer before �?T8q Aire Long Bond was furnished for $500 by m. Murdock and the prisoner was released from mail Sallie fee about a year ago kept a lodging House West sixth Street. At that time a coloured Many Oscar Williams and a White woman by the name Bra Smith boarded with her As Roan and wife. They contracted a Hill $50 and skipped the town. Afterwards Oscar appeared in Robinsons show and other attractions throughout the country a toe meat Zula chief and he was Sodom pained by Sta grateful comforting. Epps a Cocoa breakfast. A by a thorough knowledge the govern the operations digestion natural Laws which and nutrition and by a careful application the Fine properties Well by elected Cocoa. Or. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately Flavoured beverage which save us Many heavy doctors Bill. It is by the judicious be Euch articles diet that a Constitution gradually be built up until Strong enough to re it every tendency to disease. Hundred Subtle maladies Are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak Point. We escape Many a fatal Shaft by keeping ourselves Well fortified with pure blood Ana a properly Nour Ghod civil service Gazette. Made 6imply with boiling water milk. Sold Only in half Peund Tina by a racers labelled thus James Epps amp ., Ohem lats oc30-6mos-su,tu&l3tw-Eow-2o London England. Pumps p n / i n i 4 n t i v i j Price list Al up lib s a a v fact to r re f r ice 46 Central application a substantial bargains -x3xt Sealskin garments it will pay All parties seeking honest value in Alaska Seal garments to examine the great bargains we Are offering. These garments in Quality and design Are not surpassed by any manufacturer in this country. Our facilities As manufacturers Are the very Best known to the fur trader. Every Gar ment we guarantee made Alaska Seal and our own production. The entire Stock has been reduced to what it is Worth to us As manufacturers and at these prices they Are the most sub Stantial bargains Ever offered. You can save both the retailers and jobbers profit by purchasing from us and buy direct from one the largest manufacturers Sealskin garments in the West. We hold strictly to one Price and guarantee you honest value for the Money you invest. Flanos a organs �?��181 West-4�?T- 120. Victoria cabs. A fare 25 cents. Cincinnati cab . Limited254 Walnut st. Be sure and see these bargains before purchasing. Alms k Doepke i _ main. Hunt and canal Cincinnati. On main Street nos. 437, 439, 441 and 443, sheriffs Sale in a bankrupt Sale but $80,000 Worth merchandise offered at such ridiculous id prices that it will astonish the business Community. Cash is what we a amp it no matter How much we lose. Boys 3-piece suits for 12 to 15-year boys Cost $6 to $7.50, now $3.75 some that Cost $8.50 to $10, now $5 boys 2-piece suits that Cost $4, and a go for $2.75 boys $3.50 suite go for $1.75 boys $3 overcoats go for $1.75 boys $5 overcoats go for $2.50 boys $7.50 overcoats $3.75 $40 Black silk Plush Jet covered Satin lined Plush wraps now $14.75 English Sealskin Plush wraps Cost. $22.50, now $14.75 Sealskin Plush wraps that Cost $32, now $19.75. The finest Quality Sealskin Plush wraps elegantly lined that Cost from $45 to $60, All now $25, and a Fine Plush Muff free with every Plush garment. Remember we need the Cash. No goods will be charged. Down with the wraps. All the Short wraps in Boucly Berlin twill and Diagonal fur Feather trimmed that Cost $5 to $10, go for $2.75. All the Fine Short wraps in Glace Boucly Berlin trimmed with Astrakhan fur tails Feather trimming that Cost from $10 to $15, go for $3.75. A lot a8trachau, bearer and brocade Short wraps Cost from $10 to $18, go for $5. And All the Fine imported wraps costing from $15 to $25, go now for $9.75. Down with the jackets. $3 60 Black Jersey jacket Al. $2 50 Boucly jackets is 25. $2 50 plaid jackets 91 25. 94 50 Fina Boucly. Jackets 92 25. 15 75 Box peat Jersey jackets $2 75. 17 50 jackets for 83 75. 810 Astrachan jackets 85. 500 Misse a jackets very Nobby and stylish Cost from 86 to 88 50, All go for 82 75. Down go the new markets. Big lot ladies Diagonal Boucly Cheviot and plaid new markets that Cost $5 and $7.50, go now for $1.75. Big lot ladies new markets with capes Hood and Berwin Diagonal Cheviot Black and Brown also checks and plaids that Cost $7.50 to $12.50, go now for $3.75. Also Tan coloured Berlin twill new markets with hoods costy12 50, now 85 Black and White Stripe new markets with hoods Cost $12 50, go now for 8, and a big lot other line new markets go All for 85. Slaughtering Wool hoods. 50c Wool hoods and toboggans 19c. 75c Wool hoods and toboggans 25c. 81 50 Wool to cads and toboggans 50c. 82 50 Satin and Pius hoods 50c. 81 25 ladies Wool hoods 50c. Bargain in remnants laces. See new embroideries. Papenbrock amp . Hats at one tenth Cost. 11 children a red Felt hats 10c. 75c children a dark Feu Hata 10c. 75c menus Winter Caps 25c. 81 ladies dark Felt hats 10c. 60c boys hats and Caps 19c. All 828 and 832 flush cloaks 119 75. All 835 to 848 Plash cloaks $25. Done to let your child freeze. 82 50 Havelock 50c. $3 50 cloaks and Havelock $1. 85 cloaks and Havelock 81 50. 86 50 cloaks and Havelock 82 50. $3 50 misses new markets $1. 89 misses new markets $2 50. More ladies new markets. A big lot Fine All Wool plaids with hoods some Fine Berlin some Fine glaces some very Fine Diagonal All Cost from 812 to 818, go for 86 75. Slaughtering hosiery. 37o children a Wool knit Hose 10c. 20c gents Wool knit socks $10c. 20c children a Wool knit Hose 12>�c. 25c gents Wool knit socks l2a 30c gents camels hair socks 15c. 36c ladies and children a Wool Hose 19c. And a lot ladles children a. Boys and girls All Wool extra Quality Fine worsted Hose that Cost 40c to 75c, All go for 25c. Lot extra Fine High coloured and natural Wool ladies Hose that Cost 75c to s5c, now 39c. Squeezing the pocket books. 25c Metal Corner double leather pocket books now 10c 25c solid leather purses 10c 35c and 50c fancy japanese leather books and purses now 19c 50c and 75c Plush embroidered and fancy leather books and purses now 25c. Good for colds. 7c pure German Linen handkerchiefs 8 for 10c. 15c pure German Linen handkerchiefs 6c. 15c gents pure Linen handkerchief 8%c. 19c, 20c and 25c gents pure Linen 12%c. 81 brocaded to ilk handkerchiefs 50c. Big bargains in remnants embroil a. Our new embroidery open. 437, 439, 441 443 main. Jewelry one tenth Cost. 25c pins and earrings now 2c. 10c gents Patent Collar Button la. 25c cuff buttons 2c. But look at this. Pins bracelets rings earrings. Cuff buttons Scarf pins some solid Gold others Fine plated for gents and ladies Cost $1, 81 50 and 82, All now go for 39c 35c jewelry for 5c 60c jewelry for 10c, warm Winter underwear. 40c ladies Merino Vest and drawers now 25c. 50 and 65c ladles White Merino Vest and drawers now 39c. 75c extra Fine vests 49o. 81 Scarlet All Wool Vest and drawers now 69c. $1 50 extra Fine All Wool Scarlet Vest and drawers now 98c. 81 37>� extra Fine All Wool Jersey ribbed vests now 98c.25 and 30c boys a and girls Merino shirts and drawers now 12 pc. 60c gents Scarlet All Wool underwear 29c. 80c gents Scarlet All Wool underwear now 42%c. 81 19 gents Scarlet All Wool underwear mow 75c. $1 50 Scarlet underwear 98c. 75c be hts coloured underwear now 49c. 85c gents underwear now 19c. 40c gents underwear now 25c. Buttons millons buttons. 10�\fancy White buttons la. 15c Large cloak buttons la. 10c Metal buttons la. 25c buttons now 2%c. 40c buttons now 5a 50c buttons now 9>�a the Lenox shirts. Good Muslin pure Linen bosom reinforced front Only 37%c. Heavy Muslin reinforced front and Back Only 47%a heavy Muslin pleated bosom open front Only 47%c. Some More bargains. 75c, 85c and 98c menus jackets 49c 35c lace Pillow sham8 19c 25cr-Tncx White Linen aprons 19c 75c children a Astrachan muffs 25c. See our new embroidered aprons. Bargains in remnants ribbon. Handsomest patterns embroidery. Factory 8,10 and 12 Clay. Notions at one tenth Cost. 8c Horn Fine Combs be. C Collar buttons la. It t 15c Large cloak buttons pc. 10c Metal buttons la 25c Polo Caps la. 6c skirt braid la 5c fancy Kuching la 5c Linen collars la. 10c be uts Collar buttons la. Best safety pins 4 for la. Embroidered initials 10 for la. Black mohair braid 10 Yards for la 6c darning Cotton la. 25c damaged ladies Back Combs 10 10c rubber Fine Combs 2%c. 15c rubber dressing Combs 5a 25c rubber dressing Combs 10a a. 25c ladies Back Combs 5a 25c ear muffs. 5c. 85c hair brushes 19a 25c ladies cuffs 5a 15c ladies collars 5a 25c ladies collars 7%a keep your hands warm. 40c ladies Fine Wool Mitt 5a 35c Fine cloth gloves 10c. 40c ladies and gents gloves 19a 40c ladies Wool mitts 19c. 60c ladies and gents gloves 25a 65c gents leather gloves 25c. A 11 gents gloves 49c. 75c ladies kid gloves 29c. Ladies warm Winter skirts Cost 75c, 85c and 81, All go now for 48c $1 50 skirts Farmer Satin with 15-Inch deep quilting now 75c 83 very Fine skirts 81 50 $2 knit Wool skirts 81. Ribbon ribbon 15c and 20c Fahey ribbon 5c. 20c and 25c fancy ribbon 10c. 40cand60o All silk nos. 9 and 12 Picot Tige and Fine brocaded ribbon All goes at 19c. 500 ladies and children a rubber circular Cost 75c and 85c, All at 49c. Cheapest embroidery Ever shown. Papenbrock amp . S As the great Zulu Princess. A few Days ago mrs. Fee Learned that the a a Zulu couple had again landed in Cincinnati and were living at 4 to Raith court. Accordingly yesterday Constable Walter Lacey a Squire Nevin a office at her instance attached All their furniture and professional paraphernalia. It is a wonderful collection Barbaric implements including some six Hundred Lead pencils. The Case was set for tuesday morning. A John f. Crown is a Hackman and yesterday sued the great wrestler we. Muldoon for $11 Hack hire. An attachment was issued for Muldoon a $1,000 dog but up to Midnight the Constable had been unable to serve the writ. It is but fair to say that . Muldoon denies having contracted the Bill for which suit was brought. A before a Squire Bright yesterday the Law firm Harmon Colston Goldsmith a Hoadly brought suit against the Cincinnati College Medicine and surgery George Street. The trustees mentioned in the suit which is for $100 professional services Are Geo. W. Harper j. B. A. Risk D. Bramble m. L. Amick r. Stockton Reed w. M. Pettis a. J. Miles. The Case sets Forth that the firm appeared against we. A. Burney for the College. The Case was set for the 19th. Polkie court docket. Drunkenness Mary Baffin thirty Days and $50 Edwin Clark dismissed B. Daley costs Frank Pendergrast March 1 Charles Myers thirty Days and $50 Welch dismissed. Jfe tit larceny Frank Myers alias Clansman thirty Days and $200 j. Vandecker january 18 Mang thirty Days find $200 Aiex. Gul lion $10 and costs. Malicious destruction property a. Kinsman january 18 Charles Heine. January 18 Muller March 1 a Zentner dismissed. Disorderly conduct a. Klusman Heine t. J. Clarke Ella Mcgrew Nellie Clerke january 18. Loitering a. Mchugh thirty Days and $50 j. R. Hamilton thirty Days and $50. Having obscene pictures a. B. Snyder january 18. Careless driving a. Gender Costa harbouring vicious dog Fred Conrad january 21. Assault and Battery a. Dave dismissed j. Slack january 21 j. Ferguson dismissed. Abandoning child a. Ken Nett dismissed. Harbouring lewd women Nellis Clerke january in Banning vehicle without License a a. H. Sil Kop january 19. Obstructing Street a. Sustain h. Mcdonald h. Collopy j. Richter. Santo men Ordo f. Berm son j. Denning january 17. Abusing family a. Richter january 17. A Simk the ski haul. Some time late yesterday afternoon a sneak thief Entz red the dwelling Anthony Lins at 787 Freeman Avenue and stole two Gold watches and two Gold chains with lockets attached All valued at about $125. The Strobridge Lith graphing company who wore burned out who 1st december Are Tom Marily established at 288 and 280 race Street Between sixth and seventh. They have commenced the to action their building the canal and expect to Teo Cupy it As Eady As the 1st Juli. They Ere fully supplied again with tha newsstand Best machinery ail kinds Sud Are turning que nudes now work they Wii _ night until Tony have caught up with their and Saloon keepers Safe if let. Early morning manipulator obtain 8300 from a Quot burglar roof Safe. Expert Safe burglars yesterday morning at 5 clock secured $300 by blowing open the Safe in the Saloon Henry Zurlage 10 Abigail Street. The burglary bore All the external evidences expert workmanship. The outer door the Safe was neatly drilled with a cold steel Drill the Hole being bored beside the combination lock. The burglars did not fill this Hole with powder and blow the door from its hinges As is usually done. That in theve a Jia Cular the profession is the York the night workers who operated upon . Zurlage a Safe were not that order. They produced a Hydraulic screw inserted the end it in the drilled Hole and by a careful and progressive application the immense Force the Hydraulic screw the door was slowly forced from its hincrb0 the outer door Bein disposed the burglars found the inner door securely fastened. This too they drilled and a slight charge powder forced open the door. Then the contents the Safe $300 in currency and some paper worthless to anyone but the owner was secured and the burglars leisurely departed. The explosion the powder in blowing off the inner door awakened the proprietor the Saloon and attracted the patrolmen. When the policemen arrived . Zurlage was found in the room with a lighted Candle the atmosphere being still heavy with the odor Burnt powder. Or. Zurlage and the police searched for the burglars but then they were not to be found for the burglar burglars had skipped by the Light the Early morning stars. How the cracks men obtained Entrance to the Saloon is not known. No doors windows were forced and the hypothesis the police is that a Skeleton key was used. The detectives All agree that the work was that a Talent but As the talented gentlemen did not leave their cards they were not arrested yesterday. The a Deckk a the installation newly elected amp oers the Duckworth club occurred last thursday night the report the auditing committee showed the club to be in excellent condition. Resolutions the death Hon. Daniel Manning were read and accepted. A committee was appointed to Confer with the Volunteer firemen in regard to a Parade Washington a birthday consisting w. A a Fitzgerald Job. M. Bice j. J. Brady and H. Heine. The following committee revision the Constitution was appointed. D. Ermston H. Heine . J. W. Prod Ergash a a. Faulkner Hon. John f. Follett a w. Dawson j. W. Utter e. W. Don Ham r. Q. Bohner and b. F. Shott and requested to meet at the club rooms next Friday night at 8 clock. Mortality sea to spies. The following is the mortality report Lor the week ending january 14, 1888, As compiled by registrar Williams the health office croup 8 Carbuncle 1 diarrhoea 5 diphtheria 6 enter colitis 1 Erysipelas 1 puerperal Feyer 1 Scarlet fever a syphilis congenital i typhoid fever 5 other sym to �to8ii% 2 cancer 2 consumption. Tonal diseases 5 bronchitis 15 convulsions 3 heart disease 6 liver disease 3 meningitis 3 pneumonia 24 other local diseases 22 i Anition 5 old age 2 premature Dirth 3 puerperal disease 1 accidental 6 deaths from All causes 152. Annual death rate per 1,000, 24.32. Deaths for corresponding week in 1887, 141 deaths for corresponding week in 1866, 142. A a Dpi. A a a i a a. A the Foraker boys. The Foraker club Boyic carried off All the honors at the inauguration having the most men in uniform the finest Banner in the state and Captain Myers celebrated military band and was the Only club that serenaded the governor. The great proficiency Captain Moore has brought the club up in Drill to the front rank. J. W. Leener the president and his brother officers and in fact the whole club was As Fine a body men As Ever marched the streets Columbus and were an Honor to their Gallant Young governor whose name they Bear. The Blaine and Lincoln clubs will have to look to their laurels for the Foraker has come to stay. Its motto is a surrender the boys went in style having the finest train out Cincinnati. They furnished a handsome chair car for ladies without extra charge and. Went by the Midland under the personal charge general passenger agent w. H. King. There will be a meeting the Clab tuesday evening to take Steps for incorporation and to Secare permanent quarters. A full attendance <5f members is requested at 304 Central Avenue at 7 30 Sharp nip it in the bad. Complaint was yesterday made to chief Deitsch concerning the conduct students at the Pulte medical College at seventh and Mound Street these Young men have been in the habit congregating the Steps the College at recess and other times and ogling and attempting to flirt with Ever woman and school Giri Taftt passes to the great annoyance a number ladies residing in the neighbourhood. The chief will Call non the faculty the College to Abate the outrage. A bal Odlag caves in. About 6 30 pm amp a the roof and upper floor the building formerly occupied by toe Geo. Ware vinegar company third Street near Smith fell in with a deafening crash. No one was Hart the balding was burned out some time ago and has since remained standing though a mass ruins. Tea Etas Street Clab will hold a meeting in tuesday next january 17, and every member should make it his object to be present for the final arrangements for the grand masquerade Ball to be Siren the 7th february have to be made. Business notices. T re Brahams loan office Foo to and Sycamore. Us ddts artistic hair Cotta. 181 bloc above4th. _ Jalm old whisky. Parma Carton. 283 West myth. Leu in Hamiltons a Tver Filia tamil pm cram ., new York. A wanted. Side line commission by a travelling Salesman a leading exclusive Bouse Aline to sell grocery Trade Well known House need apply. 8iun, care no. 248 w. Fifth st. Fancy grocery preferred Only address commit amp amusements. 0de0n 8 clock. 7 symphony orchestra the. College music. Conductor Henry 8chradieck. Rich. Fourth in Cert. Fourth Public rehearsal i soloists Armin w. Doerner piano. Signor Liuo Mattoli. Cello. Admission 81. Reserved seats 25c extra. Office John Church . Prof1. A stank Wyoming second terms new dance?.�?afternoon _ class at 3. Night class at 7%. For terms circulars. Ac., apply address prof. Shank office n. We Cor. Fourth and Plum streets amusement Hall Wyoming. S l. M. Prince optician. Attention paid to properly spectacles and Eye glasses assisted by years experience and the Best scientific instrument. Mh23-w,f.8utf-8p special adapting use genuine Jam ones found in Tea and Coffee below will be found a partial list the names fortunate persons finding valuable articles in their cans Tea and Coffee purchased yesterday at the store the importers Tea company no. 170 fifth Street this City Mart. Harrell Farmer. Cleves Ohio got genuine Diamond ring 8. J. Root Portsmouth Ohio sent club order 820, for 27 cans and found gents solid Gold Hunting Case watch Elgin movement Stem wind and set and genuine solitaire Diamond ring miss Mollie Gibbons White 8tar laundry resides 606 Sycamore Street found genuine Diamond ring g. B. Hough brakeman o., c., A l Railroad got lady a solid Gold Hunting cae watch Stem wind and set mrs. B. P. Hoolihan 44 Pierson Street found Geurin Diamond ring miss m. A. Crowley Palace laundry Eastern Avenue found genuine solitaire Diamond lace pin we. Taulman contractor Hazelwood Ohio got genuine Diamond ring mrs b. B. Glass dressmaker West fifth Street found lady a solid Gold Hunting Case watch Stem Winder mrs. G. A. Parsons Batavia Ohio Shafit club order $15, for 20 cans and found genuine five Stone Clatter Diamond ring and lady a chatelaine watch . J. Y. Hitt Greensburg ma., got genuine Diamond ring mrs. L. R. Serves Richmond ind., sent club order 20 for 27 cans and found gent s solid Gold Hunting Case watch Elgin movement Stem wind and set also genuine Diamond Ruby and Sapphire ring t. T. Markland 749 Gilbert Avenue got get Luine Diamond ring mrs. Frank banker 178 West fifth Street found solid Gold chased band ring B. Robinstein travelling Salesman Louisville ky., got lady a solid Gold Hunting Case atom Stem wind and set and pair genuine solitaire Diamond cuff buttons j. B. Ewing canvasser Cote rain Avenue got gents solid Gold Hunting Case watch Elgin movement Stem Winder r. 8. Cox dry goods Somerset o., got genuine Diamond ring miss m. R. Blasdel. Seamstress. Eastern Avenue found genuine solitaire Diamond ring f. , locomotive Engineer Kan Saa City got genuine Diamond Collar Button mrs. Mollie Chipley. 128 Hopkins Street found solid Gold chased band ring mrs. A. B. Cheever. Greens Burg ind., sent club order Cis for 20 cans and found Laders solid Gold Hunting Case watch Stem wind and set also genuine solitaire dts fond shirt stud mrs. D. E. Allen 496 Colerain ave., found genuine Diamond ring h. B. Arnold Cin. Southern r. A got Geatar solid Gold Hunting Case watch Elgin movement Stem Winder min Jennie Beer fifth end Plum streets found genuine Diamond ring j. L. Elliott. Owingsville ky., got genuine Diamond ring also solid Geld band ring mrs. M. P. Oakes Saleslady. Fifth Street found Peir genuine solitaire Diamond ear drops Jas. E. Tempest Choteau Avenue got genuine Diamond ring min k. R. Sturgis Wilmington sent club order i #20for 27 cans and found gents a sold Gold Hunting Case watch a begin movement Stem wind and set and lady a chatelaine watch M. Stevens travelling Salesman. Chicago got genuine solitaire Diamond lace pin mls Kittle Campbell. 467 Elm Street found solid Gold band ring j. Levy Winnifrede Coal ., resides 492 ninth Street got genuine diam pm ring mrs. G. B. Crane new it ky., sent club order 820 for 27 cans and is found gents solid Gold Banting Esse watch Stem a a a wind and set Peir genuine Diamond eardrops and Sapphire lace Diamond. Ruby Asid Reed. Birmingham Al found solid Gold chased ban men. 226 Walnut Street found genuine ring 8. H. Harvey clerk eighth Street. Pin mrs. A. K. In Cincinnati dry nor mrs. J. F. Som a got Ladva so Olid Gold Hunting Case watch Stem Winder John Clark Book keeper 74 lock Street gof mond Newport in Sticky mrs. Mrs. Orde Diamond Geletai Atco Street got genuine dia Collins 89 Monroe Street found alld Gold ring j. K. Storey Aurora. Indiana event club 820 for 27 cans and found gents solid Gold inn titty Mike watch Elgin movement Stem Winder. And genuine solitaire Diamond ring w. H. Kennedy trader fees org got genuine Diamond ring r. A. Phillips. Otoe a l Railroad got lady a solid Gold Hunting Case watch Stem wind and set orders by a a a a parts the United Boa order. Terms a Cana to 18 Cana. To 27 cans 820 a club ords s10 820 always m som Jet add Rem importers Tea mail promptly forwarded to Alii states Roc Eipp oath Post oboe order s a i i Ftp the above is fac simile our packages. Blue stripes and red Buck head ask for Harrison a and take no other. Always reliable no 8our cakes for breakfast. No trouble with yeasty use As directed a mix with cold water milk and Oake once. All grocers keep it. Jal-8n, Arsaces a am p a a _ t. H t at Imp a a is Lusht my 25a 27pr. 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