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Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1884, Cincinnati, OhioThe commercial Gazette Cincinnati wednesday september 8, 1884. A scandal investigated. Origin the foul slanders against . Blaine. The Story entirely without foundation. History major Blair a i connection with Georgetown colleges his courtship and marriage talk with an old Friend. Par . September a a the so called a Blaine a Candal a much has been said and the matter rests with the assertion nothing has been proven nor can any one discover proof against the fair Fame . Blaine pm Pector wife. Numerous Corres Pon Lenta p i Ted the Little Village their imaginative Powers More than vip the discrepancy until now even the vile originator the Scandur would hardly recognize his own share the affair with the embellishments the writers Aud scandal mongers. The originator the Story a tailor was the proper one to Start such a tale and bore a grudge against . Blaine because he had been associated with . Thornton Johnson who was under obligations to him. 80 much for the originator the scandal among the various report i noticed one in a Louisville paper. The correspondent instead seeking nobler game belies his name Aud vulture like gloats Over the Carrion Bis Brilliant imagination had Alona created. In poetic prose he tells the Young professor and the intellectual school mar id thrown together for congenial companionship both being alone in the Village the society not being suited to them. In a Don Juanic Strain the writer tells How the Young couple took Long Moonlight walks the Pale yellow Moon looking Down them and in a vague sensuous manner informs the Reader that Here the mis it Nief was done aiming a cowardly blow not at the Honor a Man but at the fair name a woman. A respected wife and a loved Mother. The other reports Are As Vale As words can make them and Are the rehash the tailors Story embellished by the writers imagination the Chicago times report being one the several alluded to. This enterprising correspond ent accompanied by a Gray headed editor this place old enough to know better West to Millers Burg and Learned a great Deal concerning . Blaine and his worthy wife. They discovered a great Deal rebounding to the credit the subjects which was either carefully suppressed told in away that might be construed in several senses. Heartily Asna Raed the part he took in Hunting up falsehoods. This same editor has endeavoured editorially to make amends when it is too late. . Blaine and miss Stan Wood both came to Georgetown at the instance . Thornton John son who employed the funner to teach in the male department his school and the latter in the female department. . Blaine major Blaine As he was called from his military professorship was a handsome Young fellow tall and Well proportioned. He wus very particular in Bis dress and even this seemed to get him into Disfavour with a few hard-11 led sons toll. . Johnson the principal the two schools was a Man plenty Energy but Little judgment and this coupled with the fight the Baptist sect against his sect. The reformers was too much for . Johnson and he succumbed. In the faculty the female College were misses Caroline barah and Harriet Stanwood. The two first named have Little to do with the Story but miss Harriet the youngest and the present mis. Blaine figures As the heroine. Both . Blaine Aud the misses sum Wood loved at the residence . Johnson Aud Here As elsewhere not a suspicion intimacy Between them was suspected. Major Blaine would at times come into the parlor where . John soul a family and the lady teachers were assembled but his attentions were directed to 110 particular one. During the difficulties the school . Johnson received a letter in 1848, from . Noah 3. Moore Millersburg asking him to Transfer his school from Georgetown to Millersburg. Uttering at Chesarae time the requisite sum Money which would be loaned without interest for a period five years. . Johnson weighed the matter in his mind and thinking it would de Best to leave the scene his late defeat accepted the offer and together with Hia family and corps teachers came 10 Millersburg. Here he founded what is yet known As the Millersburg female College and leaving the lady teachers and his family Here. He. With major Blaine and Bushrod Johnson afterwards a noted Confederate their Headquarters at Blue lick Springs and opened a military school in the hotel building which was an immense affair covering nearly an acre ground. At that 1 line Blue lick Springs was at the Zenith Success and the Large crowds who flocked from the North and South filled the immense place to overflowing. Colonel Johnson s Bonhomie served him in Good place and knowing Many southerners built up the school to live proportions. Through the efforts parties at Millersburg the femal College was progressing favourably and . Noah is Tylor mail tells that the attendance was very Large. The teachers the school lived with . Johnson a family and the Circle their acquaintance was Small indeed. One the few placet they frequented was . Moore a residence and to this place they came quite frequently. Miss Harriet the youngest the misses Stan Woods was Ordinary height and though comparatively Plain was letter looking than her Sisters. She was a typical new englander though not As angular being. Slightly inclined to flesh while her face showed no baby prettiness. But rather the Beauty intellect. Yet she could not be termed ugly for at times when discussing an interesting theme her deep Brown eyes would Light up and the warm flush jul her face would soften the rigidity the features and make her positively Beautiful. It was. However not the Beauty form Aud features that was the Charm which attracted but the Beauty other intellect. Hers w As no Ordinary one and her tastes w Ere not bounded by the narrow lines her Day. Her mind cultivated to a great extent needed a larger scope than the Circle in which she moved and no one appreciated understood it better than the handsome major who Carne occasionally from the school at Blue licks to Millersburg stopping either at . Johnson s residence his Friend . Moore s. Here he met mks Harriet at times he might meet her at the residence the principal. Their user ship was very discreet and in fact 110 one Kilm suspected a there was anything More than Fen ship Between them. . Blaine s few visits to Millersburg. As Well As his manner when with miss Harriet aided the belief. There Werc no Long Moonlight walks. Nothing that could be construed into wrung by mrs. Grundy. The Home Circle did not Widen and with the exception the teachers but few were admitted. Miss Harriet though reserved soon became the acknowledged Leader the Little Circle and Here her conversational Powers showed to the Best advantage. Here at her Home if it could be called the frigid Reserve wore off and among congenial Eom unions she enjoyed the few hours recreation Aud her charming manner and interesting talk soon her a general favorite. At these reunions major Blaine came irregularly frequently two three weeks would elapse Between his visits but it is not surprising that the intellectual miss Stanwood should attract lie ambitious and Brilliant Young professor who though scarcely past his majority was at the head the school. But if such attraction existed none but the principal Par lies knew sus cited it. And their properly discreet manner was an effectual guard to their secret. But though this peaceful and pleasant state affairs existed in Millersburg it was not so with the school at Blue licks. Troubles Camp thick and fast. And the students one by one began dropping off until vacant benches stared the preceptors in the face Aud pecuniary embarrassment Pic had the Pirinei pal. In ineffectual efforts to rebuild his school . Johnson expended Money that should have been paid by Nim to . Thomas Llali Day proprietor the the Board the students. Time passed and troubles pressing . Johnson he was unable to meet his obligations. . Halliday knowing that . Johnson was insolvent and that he had received the Money determined to get it by Force. They expected trouble and John b. Halliday. I son who now resides in Paris and vouches for the truth this Story went Over to a grocery about a Quarter a mile Distant from the hotel to procure a pistol. While at the grocery he heard firing and hastily leaving there pistol in hand he ran Down the Road to the hotel. As he turned the Comer he saw Bushrod Johnson coming Down the circular Road which leads to the hotel a Quick Trot. . In Sliday halted him but 011 the statement by some . The students that . Johnson had nothing to do with the shooting released him and he resumed his brisk Trot crossing the Bridge which spans the Licking and then taking to the Fields was lost to sight hastening nolo the House . Halliday Learned that his father and Uncle Lewis Halliday had Nad an altercation with . Thornton Johnson and . Blaine at the foot the stairs in the principal Trail. The tiring had ceased when he arrived but be thought Blaine assisted in the firing. Johnson was wounded in the Groin but the Hall Days did no to know it. But Blaine staying with his Friend assisted him to where be procured a buggy and with Johnson started for Millersburg. They drove fast . Johnson a wound bleeding profusely Aud needing attention. When about five Miles from the Spring and near Oakland Mills Blaine heard the sound galloping horses and looking Back saw Lewis and John Halliday horseback coming up. Blaine Drew his pistol and commanded them to heh and their reply was to level their guns him with the request that he drop Hia weapon. Seeing his refusal to do so would be Foo hardiness two armed men being against him he did so. An it i asked that they should be allowed to proceed As his Friend was dangerously wounded. The Hall Days seeing the condition . Johnson did not molest them even demand the Money they had a right to but magnanimously allowed them to proceed. . John b. Halliday tells this in the manner above related. And makes the statement that . Blaine acted courageously throughout the whole affair staying by his Friend until he had safely seen him at his own Home Well cared for and attended to. The next morning. . Moore says about 2 clock he heard a a Knock and arising arid opening he door saw . Bushrod Johnson who. Panting and exhausted asked for shelter saying he had killed Thomas Halliday. Tut doctor took him to a room up stairs which . Imi 11 son kept until the next Day. When the pews �1 the affair spread and it w As Learned that Thomas Halliday As Well As Lewis and John w re uninjured. He then Learned . To Anton Johnson a injury. The publicity the affair did much to injure the school at Millersburg and in the year 1850 it succumbed and vanished As the Many schemes its energetic projector. The faculty broke up miss 8aran Stanwood marrying a . Mckim a Man prominence socially and financially. Miss Harriet and miss Caroline left for their Home in Maine. The faculty the military school also separated Thorn a Ion Johnson and . Blague going to Drennon x and mentioned in the Firat letter came 01 the scene to get some Billa due him either from the students from . Johnson. His malicious and envious mind originated the report that . I Blaine was compelled to marry Misa Stanwood something up to that time unheard . There was no one to Force . Blaine to do anything he did not wish to do. And Mia Stanwood a father was dead some years before she came to Kentucky. Her brother resided in Maine and never came to this state and the a forcing is As false As the rest the Satorv before miss Stanwood left for Home she Al item at her Sisters mrs. Mckims and also at the residence . Moore. Mrs. Moore was one her few friends in that place and she also stayed with her prior to her own departure. the Day before she left mrs. Moore went out with her to do some shopping and that evening bade the Small Circle her friends Good Bye. The stage left at night and Mist Stanwood left by that medium. The stage Driver. Jack Hook who still lives in Paris has been cited As proof miss Stanwood a a interesting and . Hook emphatically denies everything the kind. Miss Stanwood went directly Home where As stated above . Blaine followed and married her. The year 1862 saw the last the school. During the prior year . Johnson worried and harassed by debts and the pain the wound received in the fight with the Hall Days at Blue licks Laid Down the unequal Burden with his life and partook the first rest he Ever knew in the dark narrow chamber allotted him after death. Major Blaine then returned to the East where Bis honorable Manly course and rapid advancement Are too Well known to need repetition. It seems hard that . Blaine s fair name needs defense from the dirt throwers so numerous in this country but the charge has been and needs to he refuted in the courts As Well As elsewhere. . Moore and Hia wife Are Well known throughout this Section and their intimacy with . And mrs. Blaine would enable them to know them better than any one else. The doctor emphatically denounced the slander Story As a lie and says that a Well known lady Millersburg congratulated his wife and herself once that they w Ere a bout the Only one that time who resided in Millersburg that the Tongue slander did not reach. Some the reports say the slander originated in Georgetown bait i have the letter at hand judge Milton Stevenson that place asking . Moore for information the matter stating that he never heard it until within the past month so. Judge Stevenson is a prominent Man 6terlin�r integrity and lived at Georgetown during the time . Blaine and miss Stanwood taught there. The several correspondents Vrap came to ask information . Moore were told he would willingly Falve them the truth but he knew they did not want The same correspondents met with Many rebuffs it Carlisle and Millersburg where they went to seek information derogatory to . Ana . Blaine. Men who were taught by . Blaine at Blue lick and women living now. Taught by mrs. Blaine never heard the slander until within the past month. Strange to say the doctor continued the persons endeavouring to throw dirt Are ones who have the Ghast Liest skeletons in their own closets. I could name three Feur Well known parties who trips to Millersburg who if the past deeds themselves their families were ret la it would throw the family secrets exposed by Gath at Lexington in the Shade. The numerous scandals Are not secret either and Tho amp a men instrumental in trying to put a Skeleton in . Blaines closet should lock their own doors before they left Home. The miserable frail scheme the democrats to gain votes by throwing dirt will gain . Blaine thousand votes right Here in Kentucky where be taught was respected and loved. Mrs. Blaines conduct was everything that a lady a should be. And her Best friends in this state Are to a school girls now grown women who were taught by her example modesty and All womanly accomplishments. If those vile slanderers must invent lies let it be against the Man not against a woman. Shame Kentucky chivalry that attacks a woman and stabs in the dark at a Man who if such a thing were True the reparation a Man and this should be sufficient to atone for the a in. But it is not True and the action . Blaine in instituting suit against the Indianapolis Sentinel is applauded everywhere by men who have the courage to defend their families from the foulest slander Ever uttered. The health officer called to explain. the editor the commercial Gazette will the Hon W. Rolf and health officer please have the kindness 10 inform us through the columns this paper Why he has failed and apparently refused to Aid toward abating a most abominable no mince located Vine Street property be longing to a citizen once very prominent in political circles which he . Rowland was twice notified about one month ago and has Lead ample time to exercise his executive ability we shall wait once More for a reply before we proceed for he May show some Good cause which we Are prepared to hear for extending such leniency in this particular and most serious Case. Cincinnati september 1,1884. 1 the John Shillito company. I have this Day an examination and analysis a Sample taken by from an unbroken original package a Royal baking powder a and marked a absolutely i find this Sample to j contain. A tartrate Lime 4.52 per cent Carbonate ammonia. 5.10 per cent. The claim therefore that the a a Royal is prepared from a absolutely pure materials is false while the adulteration this baking pow j Der with the objection Al and disgusting drug f ammonia is in opinion nothing less than a crime against the Public health. It deserves the severest condemnation and should be brought to the attention physicians and boards health throughout . Jas. F. Babcock analytical and consulting chemist and state assayer late professor chemistry in to Stefn University j and Massachusetts College pharmacy Boston june 27, 1884. A the Lime found by prof. Babcock in the Royal powder is the Lime that the Royal baking powder company advertise As a a caustic so powerful that it is used by tanners to eat the hair from the hides animals and in dissecting rooms to quickly rot the flesh from the boxes dead Jylli x xxx Al the Best assortment dry goods carpets at the l.owe8t prices . Prices Cream baking powder does not contain and does not contaminate food articles in which it is used with the poisonous a ammonia which enters into the composition the prof. R. W. Witthaus ., d., University Buffalo n. A University City new York and University Vermont june 11, 1884. Millinery department 3iew shapes in i raws and fells. Complete line f Ancy Feather Birds breasts Inch. Act at 25c. Unga splendid 35e. Lot children a Felt school hats at the Way it happens. For the same reason that a horse when overworked a Man. Either moves More and More slowly so also do the liver and other great organs when overtaxed grow slower in action and work abnormally. Liver disease inevitably leads to constipation and constipation is the beginning the decay lie physical system. . Tierce so pleasant purgative pellets Are peculiarly adapted to the treatment this ailment. Although gentle and easy in their effects their powerful a iterative properties give tone and Energy to the whole digestive system and la curing the constipated habit insures perfect Comfort and convenience. Preferred specials. Teasdale a a Dye House 265 Walnut Street. Dresses cleaned and dyed without ripping. V sel3-Ly-w, Durkee a salad dressing. A ready Rich and delicious dressing for All salads meat fish vegetables. Cheaper and in finitely better than Home . Unrivalled As Al sauce. Sel-3t-m,\v, a chef do Couvre in tote Art perfumery 1� the composition a new and distinctive bouquet As in the Case j. A e atkinsons be Phaotis. Sold by Ernst Wilfert fourth and Walnut Sta. De20-w,Sieps housekeepers Protection. Is. Place a can a a Royal top Down a hot stove until heated. Remove the cover and smell ammonia Hartshorn. 2d. Place two teaspoonfuls a Royal powder in two tablespoonfuls boiling water stir and when cold smell an unspeakable Odoro proving the source f ammonia. Muslin underwear French embroidered Chemise 65 and 75e. French embroidered night dresses. $1.25. Special1 lot Domestic underwear at very Low hosiery d department prices. J a it Page 107. Origin ammonia. Was probably originally prepared from putrid United states his pen Satory i7 au27-ltw5&2td-w children a department Complete and new line fall and Winter cloaks and suits All sizes newest shapes and styles. Notices. We shall offer for Sale at Public auction the merchants Exchange in this City Friday september 5,1884, at 1 15 clock ., to the highest bidder without Reserve for Cash for account whom it May concern 50 shares Fidelity Safe Deposit and Trust co. Stock shares $10� each. $4.000 Cincinnati Aud Eastern railway co. Second mortgage 7 per cent. Bonds. $2.000 Cincinnati and Eastern railway co. Consolidated per Cut. Bonds. H. B. Morehead a co., Stock Bond and Noto brokers and auctioneers. Cincinnati Wanted floor Walker. Smart Young Man that is experienced in dry goods. Bell. Miller a co., 90,? and 94 fourth Street. Isaac Faller amp wholesale auction Aid co a. Be not deceived. Bethesda 18 the original natural Spring at Waukesha. The water that Haa Adeall the won a Raul cares kidney pin gases and is recommended by leading physicians. Agency j0h�� , druggist ?t Cor. Sixth and Walnut. F <3 Xii a Al s a one number 7 Sturdevant fan with wheels wheels and shafting. Inquire d. S. Schurtman au30-lf commercial Gazette office. Pleasant wine Iron. An excellent and Safe combination Ltd peruvian bark. Iron Aud Sherry wine it purifies and strengthens the blood and promotes appetite. A nerve tonic for the old and Young. Sold by John Kreshan. Druggist. Cor. Sixth Aud a it in it. For rent to manufacturers. The upper two three new building nearly completed Side Sycamore Street streets. Floors 50x100, where do you Bay Lour coat Toughio Heny Campbells Creek a Roy Gas Coke City manufactured Coke crushed Coke. Sol. P. Kineon Cor. Smith and water st. Telephone 5,224. Se28-Ly the new England Granite works. Hartford conn., Western office Cor. Canal Aud Elm sts., Cincinnati 0., fe25-r�t-wsa.su g. A. Douglas manager. Married. Von Phulo Lemonde september 1. 1884 at the residence . George von Phul Powelton Avenue Philadelphia by Rev. Ashmead Seha Eier. . Henry von Phul and Misa Ida Lemonde both Cincinnati. Died. Culbertson september 2, mrs. Sarah Pogue Culbertson wife . C. Culbertson. Funeral to the first presbyterian Church fourth Street thursday september 4, at 10 clock . Burial private. Collins after a lingering illness. Tuesday september 2, 1884, Julia beloved wife Andrew Collins. A it due notice the funeral will be Given. London ont papers please copy Frintz monday. September 1, after a lingering illness Louis Frintz aged 47 years and 6 months. A yet All is past the strife is Over the soul has gained release. And sweetly smile the silent lips. As if he slept in funeral thursday 2 ., from residence 111 Buckeye Street. F Louisville and Chicago papers please copy se3-2t, King in Covington ky., september 2, 1884 at his late residence 123 e. Eleventh st., William King in the 5�th year his age. Funeral thursday morning at 8 30 clock from st. Mary a Cathedral Covington. Friends invited. Floors our the East it Between fourth and fifth. Elevator steam Power Light four sides it to. Inquire at the Krebs Litu graphing co., fourth and Walnut its. Au31-4t-8u,w,f 1q and the Hiram w. Davis amp co. Successors to Davis Gould amp co., wholesale Carriage manufacturers capacity 20,000 vehicles per year. Factory. Office and War rooms Freeman Flint Wade and Denman its. A cml Job lot in. Nos. 27 and 29 main st. Headquarters for bargains in groceries dry goods clothing boots and shoes hats and is it it Caps furnishing goods notions fancy goods table and pocket cutlery glassware tinware tobacco cigars amp a. Call and examine our Stock before making any purchases elsewhere. A a look in will convince you that ours is the place to buy. �?�4t Headquarters for Street salesmen supplies. Se�?~j-3tw,,8a Complete line in All the new Colora. Ladle a Cashmere Hose medium and heavy weights Plain and ribbed. Ladies fleece lined Hose unbleached and Plain Colora. Ladies pure and spun silk heme largest variety and Best values yet shown. Misses and boys French ribbed Cotton Hose in Black and Plain Celera boys Carter less. Lace top Wool Hose the latest style to be worn with Knickerbocker knee pants. Menus fall weight half Hose in Cotton Merino. Cashmere Wool and silk new colors Aud combinations. Dress goods and silk departments specially attractive. All the new productions 6oth in fabric and colors now open. Strangers Aud visitors invited to visit our store one the sights and examine the Many Choice things now displayed in All departments. The John Shillito company race seventh and George streets. 5 a if educational. At Home. . And mrs. Bartholomew Are at Home daily to receive applications for boarding Aud i Dav pupils. School reopens wednesday. September 24. Address g. K. Bartholomew se3-4t third and Lawrence Street. Ohio Cincinnati. Walnut Hills. Miss Nourse and miss Roberts will open their English and French family and Day school september 24. 1884. In their new building now open to the Public situated Gilbert Avenue North Mcmillan st and within two minutes walk All Walnut kills ears. They offer excellent advantages to special students in All departments As Well As those fitting for Harvard and other College examinations. After september 3 they May be found at the building daily except saturdays from 9 to 12 and from 3ito5. Melle. De Kef Sac will return from Paris in time to take charge the French department. Circulars at Robert Clarkes and it the school. Ault Sun sat Ettl septltooctl3-53t educational. For ladies and gentlemen. Are open for the reception students for any and All business branches. Tuition charges from the Day entry. By Louis Rosin amp co. Miss Armstrong a family and Day school for Young ladies and misses mount Auburn Cincinnati Obio. Best advantages offered in every department applications should be Early. Fall term opens september 24, 1884. Circulars sent application. Miss Armstrong will be at Home every Day from 9 to 12 Aud from 3 to 6. Je8-tf Short hand and typewriting Day and evening at the Nelson business floor Southeast Corner fourth and Vine. V it. Watters. Business College s. A Cor. Race and seventh Ste. Entrance race treet Cincinnati 0. This institution is now in full operation. Send for circular._fe3-12t-35,7.9,12,14,16,19,21.23,26,28 Franklin Type foundry 163 Vine Strart Cincinnati Ohio. Allison a Smith. The Type which this paper la printed la from the above . Comm social . Xayl2-Ly-w,f Ohio River improvement dams Anil dikes. Swar Limore College auctioneers no. 103 West Pearl Street this Day wednesday sept. 3 at 9 clock ., a see our display at exposition. Se2-10t open fire ice state decoration to. Ijar Tiquet Toonis. ,18�.w�st Pear near plunk. Monuments the place to buy Whites fifth so jal2-tf b. Bischof sons nos. 152 and 152 West fourth st., manufacturers ladies misses and children a cloaks. Au31-tf-5p society notices. Advertisement published wider this head for ten cent a hate. Each insertion. Masonic stated meeting n. C. Harmony Lodge no 2 this evening at clock. Invited. Chas. R. Folger see a. 10. f. A officers and members . Eclipse Lodge no. 318, will meet at the Hall thursday september 7, at 1 clock to pay the last tribute respect to our deceased brother r. G Lewis Frintz. W. L. Miller n. G. P. By Rahardt Jil Sec a. Notices apl0-Eod-tf-5p n Otice is hereby Given that the hrs plication will be by As administrator de Bonis non the estate Thomas Morgan late Hamilton county Ohio deceased to the probate court said county for an order to compound sell file in such court for the Benefit such heirs creditors such deceased person As will sue for the recovery the same All the desperate claims belonging to said estate. Franklin A Ahll administrator de Bonis non the estate Thomas Morgan deceased. Cincinnati. O., september 3,1884. Se3-3trw Legal notice. Ohio Hamilton county is it rat the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railway company a corporation <tc., defendant residing and having its principal place business at Chicago 111., is notified that August 23, 1884, Maddux Hobart amp co., a partnership formed for and doing business in Ohio plaintiff filed its petition in the Superior court Cincinnati Ause no. 39.926. Asking judgment against defendant for $3,632 44, and interest from october 4, 1883, the value certain freight to wit 42 barrels and 15 half barrels whisky which defendant september 23, 1883, agreed to carry safely Over its Road from Keokuk la., to Council Bluffs. Ia., and which by defendants default and negligence were lost and destroyed excepting parts two barrels thereof and that an attachment was duly issued said petition and the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton Railroad company and the Cincinnati Indianapolis st. Louis and Chicago Railroad company served As garnishes and 13 cars the property defendant attached. The defendant is required to answer before october 25, 1884. Thornton Hinkle. 8se3-6t-8l0,l7,24,ocl,8 plaintiff s attorney. B Campaign supplies Petti Bone 165 Elm Street Price list free everywhere. My Fig co., agents wanted je�?~29-96t ofic commercial insurance co. I Cincinnati september 1,1884. / a sual Semi annual dividend six per gent declared payable demand. Sel-6t-5p j. Wilson Johnston Sec a. Custom House Cincinnati Ohio t is by Kyork a office september 2, 1884. Grotius is hereby Given that All the requirements the Law and the regulations having been com need with the name the Steamer Abner Neal has been changed to Cumberland. D. W. Mclung se3-4t-w Surveyor custom a n to n Law partnership. Springs and founding another military school. Drennon Springs is situated in Henry county not very far from Eminence and a considered a Gix id place for the school. A Branch establishment was founded in the adjoining county Franklin and still survives under the name the Kentucky military Institute. After the school had been in Progress for some time . Blaine took a Short vacation and went to Maine where he married miss Harriet at her Home its. Mckim. Her sister going there also to be present at the ceremony. . Blaine then returned to Drennon Springs and taught out the term school. In 1862, the last year the school the tailor named Winn Neri nip for the practice Law under the firm a name Ramsey Maxwell a Matthews. Offices Mckim a Man Northwest Comer fourth and Vine. We. Ramsey la wrench Maxwell jn., Mortimer matthew8. Se3-st United states internal Revenue office ski Venth District kt., Lexington August 13, lamp a. Y virtue the authority vested in by Section 3293, As amended by May 2�, lamp to and Section 3186. 3187, 3138 and 3190, u. S. Revised statute i will expose at Public Sale at 1 clock ., thursday september 11. 1884 at the Jain Street front the new court House door in Lexington. Ky., 7 barrels spirits a Erial numbers 3�39, Amo and 6877 to 6881 inclusive manufactured and entered into warehouse by d. A. Aikins distillery no. 93, in the month March 1881. This Sale 1 for the purpose realizing the tax the spirits at 90 cents per gallon. 9 per cent penalty and i months interest at toe Rale i by cent per month thereon iwo Mil. And the expenses Sale will be exposed for Sale separately. Cash payment will be required. Cuas. H. Stoll aul amp it �aee3-8p collector. September 1, 1884. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton r. A co. Cincinnati August 25,1884. Tie second mortgage Bonds the Dayton and Michigan Railroad co., maturing september 1, 1884. Will be paid at the first Nasonal Bank. Cima Natl. at the office Kuhn Loeb a co., 30 Nassau st., new York. Holders the maturing Bond have the privilege converting the same into the five per cent. Consolidated mortgage Bonds a temper 15. F. H. Short treasurer. Due 1911, if presented prior to september �?�u26-1ik is United states internal Revenue collect Oak Bornea seven to District next Coxx it Lxi Stox. August 13. 1884. By virtue the authority vested in by 8ection 3293, As amended by the May 26,1880. And sections3i8a, 3187, 3ji�and 3190, United states revised states i will expose at Public a ale. At 12 clock m., thursday. September 4, 1884, in front the court Honse door in Paris Tkv 100 barrel spirits serial numbers 987 to uw6inclusive, manufactured and entered into warehouse by Samuel Clay jr., a co., distillery no. 77, in the month december. 1880. This Sale is for the Purt Kwet realizing the tax the spirits at 9ugents per gallon 9 per cent penalty and 9 months interest at the rate 1 per cent per month thereon and tie expenses Sale. Each barrel will be exposed for Sale separately. Cash payment will be required. Aulg-2t-l�.no3-8p Chas. H. Stoll collector. United states internal Revenue collect Obj a office District Hext Ackt i. Sex i Boto August 13, 1884. To Gay virtue the authority vested i by Section 3293, As amended by May 26, 18�o, and sections 3186. 3187, 3188 and 3190, United states revised statute. 1 will expose at Public Salt at 12o clock m., tuesday september 9, 1884, the distillery premises. In Midway Woodford co., ky., 17 barrels spirits serial numbers 1239, 1383, 1419, 1427, 1439. 1444. 144m, 1483, 148�, 1496, 1499, 1302, is03,1511.1551 1562,16�, manufactured and entered into warehouse by 8. Edward distillery no. 9, in the month i March 1881. This Sale is for the purpose realizing the Tex the spirits at 90 cents per Gabon 9per cent penalty and 2 months internet at the rate 1 per cent per month thereon and the expenses so in. Each barrel will be exposed for Sale separately. Cash nay men t win be re Anima. »ut6-2t-16.ee3-�p Chas. H. 8t0ll. Collector. id in continuation Sale messes. Martin Thieman amp co s Stock Staple and fancy dry goods dress Good silk Satin Large line underwear Jer keys yarns Zephyr umbrella Large line Staple and fancy notion every description fancy Good dc., ac., a it Lieut Reserve. Se3-2t Louis Rosin amp co., auctioneers. For Bot i sexes. Under care members the re Gigious society friends. Thirty minutes from Broad Street station. Full College courses a Jassica scientific and literary. Also a prewar try school. Cincinnati. Location unsurpassed for healthful new. Extensive i ground. New and costly buildings and apparatus. 1 academic year commences 9th ninth sept 9th, 1hs4. Apply Early to insure admission. I catalogue and full particulars address Edward h. Magill. A. M., president �?Tel8-78tos 8warthmore, Delaware co., a. Trinity Deverly new English and French Home school for Young ladies. Varied advantages the highest order. Special thoroughness in Art music languages and the classics. Seventeenth year begin september 18. For circular address the principal i i Al is 9 Jersey. Au2-40t miss Rachelle Gibbons Pennsylvania Academy Chester. 23d year opens sep Superior equipment. Thorough instruction. 10. New buildings a Milita chemistry classics get. Civil engineering. A English lion. B. Hagans Hon. Geo. R. Sage and by Cowlie. English. A ,. A. B. Merriam Simon Krug Henry Martins e. A a. Hurd Elias Ehler this City Are among the Pat catalogues Rukart 1ih�d, Rons to Academy. Esq., no. 14 West front Street City col. Hyatt pres. Thro. Jy7-3m-Osu Cincinnati. O., August 12, 1884. Tote will sell at Public auction. Sep by tember 12, 1884, at 10 clock ., at our warehouse Southwest Corner Pearl Aud Pike streets for a court whom it May concern the following unclaimed and refused freight held As storage from the p., It pc st. L. Railroad Star Union line a. N. It pc P. Railroad c., w. A b. Railroad companies and others consignee. Description goods. C. P. pictures. Jacob loeb.1 stove. G. Harms. 1 Box paper. Walker Bros. A co.22 boxes paint. E. G. To Vuley .1 Box soap. Simpson Gault a co.4 purifiers. Simpson Gault a co.3 millstones a. Williams pc co .1 bbl glassware. W. H. Sutherland.1 bbl castings. Harris. 1 folding table. White. 8. A co. 2 saws. Sinsien. 1 Bolt bagging. C. V. Niehau8.1 Box. W. H. Heilmann .5 bags d. Wood. Haskell a Box bottles. C. H. Walter.2 bbl molasses. Walnut Hills school Cincinnati. Prepares for colleges and scientific schools. Primary department. Boarding House in connection with the school. Until the beginning the next term september 18, Oue the principals Mav be seen at the school House. 556 Mcmillan Street Between the hours 9 a Al 1. For catalogue address White a Sykes Walnut Vililla Cincinnati. Au23-tf the collegiate school 270 Auburn st. Formerly 52 w. Seventh st., a boarding and Dav school for boys primary preparatory and collegiate grades prepares for College scientific schools and business Large gymnasium . Rix is in daily until 1 Pri. Perfect Liy open 8epv we. S. Rix ., principal. Ight ample grounds next term will open september 18. Au29-tf Morgan Park military Academy Morgan Park Cook co., 111. A first class preparatory school for Boya. Send for catalogue. Jyll-2m E. Coffin. Thos. Evans. W. Price. T. H. Wilson. G. K. Duckworth. T. S. Carlie. E. Dinino. E. H. Peterson. .2 boxes merchandise. .1 Box dry goods. .21 stoves. .1 Box buggy cushions. A bbl boiler fluid. .1 Case shoes. .1 Case merchandise. .1 bbl leather. Quot a a h. Slade agent .26 bars and 1 bundle Iron. A. C. Elementa.1 Bale sponges. Simon Bros.2 boxes crackers. G. W. Eistun.1 Case peas. W. Ottiwell h. H. Goods. A. h. H. Goods. Haskell a Thornton 1 Box bottle. George kellogg.1 bundle castings. No marks.1 bundle Felloes. No Marks a. 2 pieces pipe. R. Case clothing. E. Stock .2 piece castings. B. Stone a co.�?.4 packages Wood in shape. D. H. Box hardware. Werther a Durner .2 bundles chairs. No h. H. Goods. Term8 Sale Cash. Goods must be called for immediately by purchaser. Mueller a Gogreve. Johnson a co., auctioneers 18 e. Fourth st. Au3-4t-w collegiate school 6 West fourth Street for boys and Young men from 7 to 20, reopens september 22. The principal is at the school Roomi daily from 9 to 11, to receive visitors school business. Catalogue application. Address Sel 7t Rev. Babin a.b., Cincinnati. Riverview Academy Poughkeepsie. N. Y. Fils for ant cot tuft government Academe. Tor business and social relations. U. S. Officer detailed by Secretary War commandant. Springfield Cadet rifles. Otis by see. President. Je28-sm-Osu st. Jonn�?T8 College to Oldham n. A. Under the direction jul Jesuit fathers affords every facility for the beat classical. Scientific and commercial Edue Tiou. Studies will be resumed september 3, 1884. For particulars apply to Rev. P. F. Dealy. S. J., au3-32t president a Temple a Andrei Grove ladies Seminary Sarto Springs a coarse instr action withe Levea 1 eachers. Chas f. Dowd ., president. Jy29-36t-o# lease for Sale. A Splendy property the lease the premises recently occupied by the news journal,.Southeast Corner sixth and Vine streets is offered for Sale. It includes the whole the basement the room Corner sixth and Vine and the whole the fifth and sixth stories. The lease has fifteen years to run. For particulars apply at the commercial Gazette office Corner fourth and race to w. R. Kidd. W Ltd a s it. Auburn Institute for Young ladies Cincinnati opens its fall session september 24. Special students admitted to All departments. For circulars and admission address jel8-tf-w h. Thane Miller president Cincinnati Wesleyan College. Fat a Young women. Fall semester opens september 17, with a curriculum fully abreast the age and a faculty thoroughly competent we invite the patronage All who seek the highest development and culture their daughter we shall not be surpassed. Address for catalogue Call upon. Rev. W. K. Brovan d. A. mrs. Mcclellan Brown vice president Wesley Avenue Cincinnati Aul6-10t-,w cuff Mattl conservatory music. Miss Clara Back directness. The first conservatory after european plan in the West. The fall term opens september 9. Young indies from z distance can Board in the conservatory and pursue their studies under the supervision the directness. City and boarding pupils can enter at any time during the school year Ana summer term. For circulars address miss Clara Baur 140 Broadway near fourth st. Cincinnati Au28 ltth&7tsa,w dad Tuni awry English and classical school for Yoino ladies and missus. Ninth annual to catalogue now ready giving full description the Superior advantages the Home and a school in location buildings. Plan studies and instruction. Excellent opportunities for special students in every department. Address 44. K. Bartholomew Cincinnati Je2l-3m-, w miss stores and miss Lupton will reopen their school for its fall term september 24, 1884. A Home and competent supervision will be provided for a limited number pupils from a distance. An omnibus under charge a teacher will bring pupils from Walnut Hills. For circulars any further information inquire at the school houss no. 166 w. Seventh a Cincinnati. Jy23-Eodtf sealed proposals in duplicate will a q received at this office until noon local Tim tuesday the 30th Day september 1884.� furnishing material and building dams and dikes in the Ohio Biva at the Points named below. A separate contract will be for each work Miles below Pittsburg. Place. Work. 9.merriman bar.dike.2,2<>0feet Long. 94.�?.black�?Ts Island dam.2 654 feet i waxy 91. Wheeling Island.�?. I>am.2<j0 feet Iona a a 1�7----. Caprina ,860feet7<yng. 112.fishcreek Island.dam.1.sa0feet Iong. U7 three am.2,59�feet Long 220.bando reek.dike.-1,500 feet Long 453.eight-mile bar.dike.2.30ufeet loft. 457------------four-mile bar dike.2,500feet Long. 502.rising Sun bar dike.2,500 feet Lotfe 663.-.-Flint Island.�?.ikke.j5,70o feet Long 96.�?.grand Chain dike.3,000 feet Long. Specifications and printed forms for proposals will he furnished application to the undersigned . Merrill. A lieutenant colonel Engineer. . Engine orc. 82 w. Thud t., Cincinnati o., August 27, 1884. Au28-94 it a j proposal for Bonds. County auditor�?T8 office Hamilton cock to o., Cincinnati augut 19,1884. Sealed proposals will be received at the office the county Southwest Corner fourth and race tree to until saturday september 6, 1884, at 12 clock m., for the Purchase a series Hamilton county Bonds to by known As California Bridge Bonds in denominations As follows to wit eighty 80 five Hundred 1500 Dollar Bonds payable in twelve 12 years from Date with five 5 per cent interest per annul payable Semi annually coupons attached. Interest and principal a amp a Abl at the office the treasurer Hamilton county. O., at Cincinnati Said Bonds Are issued in pursuance Section 2824, revised statutes Obio and by Al rape a series Resolution adopted by the commissioner Hamilton county. O., August 9, 1884. And approved by the Board control August 16, 1884. Said Bonds will not be sold for less than Par. Bidder will be required to state the Gross amount they will pay for said Bonds any part thereof. The commissioners Reserve the right to reject any All bids. Joseph w. Brewster au20-3tw county auditor. Miss e. Elizabeth dams English a French boarding school for Young ladies mor i town new Jersey. Re opens sept. 17. Enlarged school rooms and gym Lanium. Large and attractive ground. Resident native French teachers. Superior teachers vocal and instrumental music. A Art teacher g. H. Mccord . Board and tuition in English and French s500 per annul. Circulars application. Aull-w,f-26t ilrflmt7 school for Young ladies. U Foj Uli i tha thirty fifth year this school cheat Nat it. Seminar i. Tie second at Mem Arnm _ it Chi Wihs in uss Usai j a nun Ogontz Jay Cooke s Beautiful country seat near fila Delphia. Will commence september 24. Principals misses Bonnet Aud Dillaye. Ben Nett and Eastman. Address letters to Ogontz Montgomery co., a. Tell a Quot the a Grams to York Road mat Ion Nort Penna. K. R. Je9-�?~19t-m. mrs. Sylvanus Reeds boar King and Day school for Tom ladies 6 and 8 East fifty third st., new Yerk. Circulars application Atoff Lcy this paper. Au22-26t-f,w Cincinnati music school n. W. Cor. Fourth and John 8ts. Gerze Schneider Arthur Mees b. W. Foley. A ocal department a t8 Emma Cranch. Fall term begin sept. 1,1884. Au24-7t-Eod improvement Yva Bash River. Indiana and Illinois Stone for lock. Sealed proposals in Triplicate will be received at this office until noon tuesday the 30th Day september. Lr4, for furnishing Stone for the construction a lock in the a Boob River usar mount Carmel 111. Approximate Quantity Stone required 7,245 Cubio Yards As much thereof As the present Avail Abl fund �30,000 will permit. Specification Aud printed forms for proposals will by furnished application to the undersigned. Requests for Blank forms should he endorsed the us veloce a official Jamks Pont. Captain engineers. U. S. Engineer office 82 w. Third Street. Cincinnati o., august30, 184. A�3l it pfc Otcel proposals will. Be received by the undersigned until september 30, 1884, for the a Purchase the Cincinnati Georgetown and Portsmouth Railroad Ita franchises equipment and real estate. The Road is a three feet gauge and in running order from Columbia within the corporate limits the City Cincinnati through a portion Hamilton county across Clermont county to Ravillo. In Brown county. Ohio a distance thirty five Miles to within six Miles Georgetown the county seat brow county. It is the Only Railroad making for Georgetown and the rails to finish it to that Point Are hand. It is located through a densely populated country noted for its Fertility and healthful nest an Elevation equal to that any Region around Cincinnati and gradually filling up with suburban Homes. The Road when Only Twenty Miles Long was bought by the late Henry Brachmann at sheriff 8 Sale for �63.000 in october 1880. Under the present company it has been extended fifteen Miles. The Gross earnings for the year 1882 were �34.000 for the year 1883, a season failure crops along the line the Road $38,000. The total outlay for construction and equipment including the Cost the rails hand has been �425, 000. An Extension six Miles to Georgetown will s new Center Trade whereby it is confidently estimated the business the Road will increase 1 per cent., with but a slight addition to the sunni expenses. The right to reject any and All prop i reserved. For further particulars inquire Michael Werk office no. 11 main st., Krabler Kebler a Roelker. Attorneys. Cincinnati september 3,1884. Se3-5i-3.fi, 10,17,20 a Silva �8. Bradford a forr mealy mrs. Ogden Hoffman a English French and German boarding and Day school for Young ladies and children. Noa. 1ft new York will reopen oct. 1 by letter personally i and 17 West 3�th so. Application May be above. Aul 39t-f,w Miami school Fob bots. Select. Home coat arts. Four courses study. No limitations As to ago. Careful personal supervision. No Batter equipped school in America. For catalogue address tray an to amp arum. Oxford butierco.jei5-a$t-8u.w Hardwood lumber miss Goodman will reopen her kindergarten Aud primary school i monday september 22,1884, at 8tewart�?~s Hail n. W. Corner seventh and race Ata. Au9-s>a, Limber co., Mill and Yard 871-889 w. Sixth st. We have a Complete Stock seasoned lumber Walnut Poplar Cherry Ash Misa Freeman a school for both sexes Tye opens september 15, in Library Hall Xuy Price Hill. Thorough instruction in All English branches and in latin greek German French and italian. Ticket the inclined plane free to pupils. Au23-12t�-,w e8twood Seminary a a uni purr. W v a a a Ajau Oak Maple and Chestnut Quantity Well seasoned hard if at for flooring other up Yowa also a Large Ypkje suitable 20-ly8u,w-5d w fers Superior advantages Westwood. . in literature history music painting French reopens september 17,1884 catalogues apply Region. Address miss l. C. La we. Box if a Cheviot 0�?z Yso lit the miss a Graham 8ucck8�or8 to the Misaela Green formerly no. 1 fifth Avenue will reopen their English Aud French boarding and Day school for Young ladies tuesday september 3o, 1s64. A no. 63 fifth Avenue new y Ork tits. Aul�-i3t-Fmw the Fidelity Safe Deposit and Trad company to a prepared to transact business i x the company office. No. 27 wet fourth Street Cincinnati. Trust will by received under agreement with individuals by orders court and carefully observed. Stock and Bonds Raabe registered. Money will be received Dep air and interest allowed . Time certificates. Safe Deposit boxes in the company a fire Aud burglar proot vault will be rented at from �10 to �75 a year. Bonds silverware jews iry Aud other valuable articles will be received storage at moderate rate. The company will As trustee for Railroad Aud other corporation loan and As Transfer agent Stock companies. 3. The try it department Brill by open during the usual Bank hours and the Safe Deposit department will by open daily from 9 clock To 4 clock ., except saturdays when it will be closed one hour earlier. I Lulb Dexter president . G. Brotherton superintendent Safe Deposit department Aulu-2fit-w,�a-5p stained Glass office Aad factory 104 w. arts st up stairs .1. Oso. A bowb3st. A a a a Interior household and ecclesiastical decorations t specially. Mhi5-,,-Dp master commissioners Sale Ryphe state Ohio. Hamilton county s9.j 1 a pursuant to the command an order for from the Superior court Cincinnati i will offer at Public Sale at the door the court House in Cincinnati saturday september 20, 1884, at 11 a clock ., the following described leasehold premises to wit situate in Cincinnati. Ohio Oft a a Auburn commencing 60 feet North Wardly from la Ltd Southeast Corner the two Aye Loff conveyed by Griffin Taylor to Eden b. Reeder by perpetual 1� dated july 20. 1844, thence North Wardly the h Side Auburn Avenue 152 feet thence Westward la Between parallel hues 3el feet the amp at it w Width in real As in front. Sex a Ptg therefrom a lot commencing 35 feet Nort from the Point beginning the Trett above a scribed and running thence North 57 Ireland run whig Back Wes Wardly the full Width said deet v a depth 250 feet subject to a ground rent a hereinafter stated. Said premise being All lot not. 1. 3 and 4, a subdivision heretofore by e. N. Wild master commissioner by order Conr in this Case. Lot no. 1, fronting 60 feet the West nude Auburn Avenue and running Back Wes Wardly Between parallel hues 280 feet and being the Northeast part the above described tract. Subject to an annual ground rent 166. Appraised at �13,900. Lot no. 3, fronting 35 feet the West Side a Burn Avenue and running Back Wes Wardly bet parallel line 25u feet and being the Southeast part the above described tract. Subject to a Ana ground rent �38 50. A Prat cd at 1let fat to no. 4, being a strip 131 feet wide off the Wea Etui said above described tract. Subject to annual ground rent �19 14. Appraised at �15,000. To be sold by order court in Case no 21,490 wherein James Hamilton is plaintiff and Eden a Reeder it Al. Are defendants. Terms Sale Cash. John Foster master commissioner room 50 Wiggins bit Hacas a Boa dwell attorneys su29-5m

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