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Cincinnati Tribune (Newspaper) - August 22, 1895, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati Tribune. Thursday. August 22, 1805 we a Armor i a. Bli the Ezekiel amp Bernheim 60. Auctioneer. Is. 334 main a treat. Assignees Sale Specker Bros. Amp entire wholesale Stock if official. Inventoried value $333,345.00 Staple and fancy dry goods to in original packages and open Stock at auction it this Day thursday August 22, at 9 Clort a.31. Sharp commencing with lot 2,009 the catalogue. And continuing from Day to Day until All is sold Fry upon the premises nos. 162, 164 and 166 Elm Street by order the court insolvency Hamilton co., o., As directed to a. Kramer. Assignee Eoto to suit whole silk and reta1e dealers. Terms Cash. The Ezekiel amp Bernheim co., auctioneers. Done to take bad Money. Thebe seems to be plenty it in circulation. Society and personal. A very pretty wedding occurred wednesday evening at 5 clock at the italian Church Broad Way where miss Louisa Sturla became the Bride . Vincent Botelle. The ceremony was performed by father Lotti. Miss Nellie Sturla sister the Bride was maid Honor and looked Lovely in a Dainty gown White silk with lace trimmings. The attendants were . Chas. Sturla brother the Bride . Chas. Arzeno and . Harry Feltman who at the appointed hour entered with miss Clara Leverone Emma Queiroli and Pearl lever one. These ladies were daintily gowned in White Organ die Over Satin with trimmings lace and ribbons. The Bride wore a Beautiful gown White Satin with lace and Crystal trimmings. It was a Green and White wedding the idea being carried out in the Green and White decorations Smilax and White roses. A reception at the Home the Bride no. 44 Pike Street followed where the Happy couple received the congratulations their Many friends. At the bridal table which was Superb in White and Green were seated . And mrs. Botelle . Chas. Sturla . Chas. Arzeno . Harry Feltman miss Nellie Sturla miss Clara Leverone miss Emma Queiroli and miss Pearl Leverone. After the bridal feast the Young couple left for Washington Boston and new York with the Good wishes their friends. Among the guests noticed were mrs. Micioni the misses Brichetto mrs. L. Costello and daughter . J. Walsh mrs. F. Fugazzi messes. Robert and Adolph Ehler ring miss r. Iland . A. Danichek mrs. F. Campbell . Albert Berne miss Emma Mosser mrs. Hilderbrandt . And mrs. Frank Sturla . And mrs. Watters . Bran Host . Meyer . And mrs. Leverone miss m. Clark miss Colman mrs. Chas. Leverone . And mrs. Jos. Gardell . And mrs. Zanone . And mrs. J. A. D. Zanone the misses Zanone . And mrs. Hoag and daughter . John Gardell miss Grace Edwards miss c. Sextro . Jos. Gardell the misses Leonard . J. Arata . And mrs. Thauwald . J. Frey . And mrs. P. Arata . J. Con Ivell mrs. G. Zumstein . Egly mrs. Jos. Arzeno mrs. L. Fasse miss m. Cor Dano . Jos. Queiroli . John Queiroli . And mrs. L. D. Arata . And mrs. Tattershall . H. Res . And mrs. Satalia . Cassello . Samuel Ison . And mrs. Jos. Gatto . And mrs. L. Garto. Miss Louisa Gatto . And mrs. Uricho . And mrs. S. Gazzola . Bland . Leonard and . Sam Gatto. Or. J. P. Walter Beresford Avenue Wal Hills . We. S. Walkley son Rev. S. Walkley Hartwell miss Susie Oliver Everett Street miss Marie Turrell North Side . Will Alden Boston mass. Or. Herbert a. Barber Wauseon o., and . M. F. Hines instructor Kenyon military Academy Gambier o., have been very pleasantly entertained by . F. H. Alden Newport ky., at his summer Home Booth Bay Harbor me. Among the Many entertainments provided by . Alden were deep sea Ashing and old fashioned new England Clam bakes. The last Clam bake was a very pleasant social function attended by the Well known Cincinnat ians . And mrs g. K. Bartholomew . And mrs. Nicholas Patterson miss Luella York and miss Marion Buswell. Other guests from new York Philadelphia and Boston were present. On the following Day the House party witnessed from . Alden a Sloop yacht Idle hour the magnificent spectacle the unique and formidable Ammen ram Fatah Din her trial trip. The Harbor was filled with pleasure Craft and excursion steamers All descriptions crowded with spectators who waved their applause As the immense coast defender slowed her Way through the water dashing huge masses foam Over her steel prow. The occasion was one never to be forgotten and the guests highly appreciated . Alden a hospitality in affording them the Opportunity witnessing a sight so rare to fresh water Folk. Or. M. M. White is among the guests at the hotel ampersand in the Adirondacks. Or. And mrs. Walter Morton child and maid Are guests at the Ocean House Newport r. I. The following Cincinnat ians visited the Mammoth hot Springs last week mrs. L. W. Smith . And mrs. H. Kruse and mrs. D. Nepper George Kerl Charles Moser and the misses Moser . And mrs Joseph Eichberg j. S. Vallis and c. H Wooley. Yesterdays arrivals at Niagara included mrs. S. J. Gray and miss Gray at the hotel Imperial May Davis and Hattie b. Sargent at the Cataract House and and mrs. W. H. Alexander at the International hotel. A pretty wedding occurred yesterday at st. Xavier a Church Sycamore Street in which . Robert e. Sweeny was United to miss Bailie Gilligan. The bridesmaid miss Addie Gilligan was attired in a Beautiful gown White silk with trimmings ribbon and lace. Mrs Thomas Sweeny acted As groomsman and messes. Charles Spille and . B. Twenhofel intimate friends the Groom were the Ushers. A reception at the Home the Bride no. 68 Beresford Avenue followed when the Young couple received the Best wishes Many friends. The Bride wore a very handsome gown White Satin Cut High and trimmed with rare polite Duchesse. At 10 clock a wedding dinner tempting courses was served. The bridal table was decked with an artistic Center piece roses and two Flats Varico lored Flowers. Seated at the bridal table were the Bride s Mother and father and attendants. The presents were Many and very ele Frant. About 5 clock the guests left offer no their Best wishes As parting messages. Later . And mrs. Sweeny left for Niagara new York and other Points East. They will return in about three weeks and will reside Walnut Hills. Among the guests were . And mrs. A. E. Gilligan mrs. P. J. Knecht miss Joe Pennell . George Sweeny mrs. Rosa Sweeny miss Delia Reynolds Middletown Miss Sallie Gilligan . T. J. Reynolds miss Murphy . Charles Kroger . Thomas Brown . Peter a. Doyle mrs. Mary mangle mrs. Connor miss Lillie Barrett mrs. Moran mrs. James Gilligan . A. Gilligan . And mrs. H. J. Cain . A. J. Gilligan the misses Sweeny . B. Twenhofel . Thomas Sweeny miss addle Gilligan . Charles w. Spille . And mrs. P. Gilligan . And mrs. George Sweeny miss Mary Quigley Piqua Miss Maggie Sweeny . J. F. Walton miss Ethel Walton . And mrs. J. J. Gilligan miss Ida Gillian mrs. Guide Kemper miss Lynch and miss Stella Gilligan. A grand fete will be Given today at the residence . A. Haas no. 40 june Street. Tho Beautiful Lawn was transformed into a veritable fairyland by the Many coloured lanterns and gaily decorated Booths. The win a an arrest that May Lead to sensational disclosures that storm has gone East. Is Cincinnati harbouring a gang counterfeiters the police think so and so do the United stares authorities. Within the past few weeks More counterfeit coins have turned up at the sub Treasury than had found their Way there in months. Only the other Day a presumably innocent victim a counterfeiter his agent presented a brass Coin supposed to represent a $2.50 Gold piece. Innumerable spurious coins supposed to represent wealth in the form Silver have been presented at the sub Treasury but As it appeared in each Case that the holders these coins had no intention to defraud no attempt was made to cause their arrest. An arrest was made yesterday however which May Lead to sensational disclosures. Mrs. Esther Samuels who conducts a confectionery store at John and David streets has during the past two weeks taken in two three counterfeit half dollars which looked Bright and new at first but soon turned in color to a blueish Black. After the first these coins had been passed her mrs. Samuels reported the matter to officer mutter who advised her not to take any bad Money but if any As offered to Send for him. A i esterday a couple Young girls one whom she recognized As the girl who had Given her one counterfeit Coin last saturday entered her store and called for a few cents Worth Candy. In payment they offered an off color half Dollar. Mrs. Samuels grabbed her customers and sent one her children for officer Muller. That functionary placed them under arrest and took them to the station House. They gave their names As Lizzie and Victoria cal Nan aged 18 and 15 years. After being questioned by chief detectives Hazen they were turned Over to the United states authorities and will be tried before the United states commissioner. The girls live in Fairmount but have been employed by a mrs. Martin at 119 John Street. Lizzie the girl who passed the Money said it had been Given her by a strange Man who frequently visited mrs. Martins House to get get changed. Another Story was to the effect that she found the Coin in a Box rubbish Given her by mrs. Martin to throw out. Annie Johnson a coloured woman living at 229 Longworth Street reported that she had also been made a victim a dealer in spurious Money. A White Man had Given her what she supposed was a Silver Dollar but it turned out to be As worthless As Iron. The same Man 3he said had a previous occasion Given her counterfeit Twenty five cent pieces. Detective Keatting has been detailed the Case for the police department and the United states authorities will also look into the matter. The Calnan girl was released Bond. H. A r. R. K. $0.00 excursion to Chicano amp ret. C., h. Amp d. And Monon August 24. 0 tickets Good going aug. 24. 0 a a a a returning aug. 25 26.4 4 compartment sleeping cars. 4 4 tickets Sale at pity ticket office Cham 4 4 her Commerce depot ticket office 0 4 fifth and Sta Miller. A the a lobe co. W. B. Cap fam la p h. Vii st Sto y j. E. Blaine. Tea business furniture office desks filing cabinets Etc. The Globe co., its treasurer Short. Weather talk. Observer Bassler neither smiled nor blushed nor appeared in the least bit embarrassed when asked by a Tribune reporter yesterday what had become the storms and Cool weather that was promised. A the cloudiness and Rains were transferred from the Southwest to the East without touching this Section a said he. A a storm is now developing in the upper Missouri Region which accounts for a Rise 20 Deg. In temperature in some places. We Are to have hot weather and plenty it no will the atmospheric conditions be Favori Able for the opening week the theatrical season a a Well that a hard to predict. Its a Good guess however that opera cloaks will not be necessary for a Federal building. President Charles c. Conden this City will preside at the convention the National association letter carriers to be held in Philadelphia beginning september 22. The tenure office Bill which provides that charges against postal employees shall be regularly tried will be the principal matter discussed at the convention. W111�3 l. Moore chief the weather Bureau has decreed that the hour for taking observations at Cotton Region and sugar and Rice stations shall hereafter be 8 . Instead 6 ., thus enabling weather bulletins for these regions to issued practically Twenty four hours earlier than at present. George Armstrong Danville 111., was arrested by Post once inspector Fletcher charged with forging material signatures to a Money order. He will be tried before the United states commissioner. Local forecast official s. S. Bassler has fitted up a reporters table in the Cool Breezy office the weather Bureau with All necessary equipments which All newspaper boys who a a do the government building Are heartily invited to occupy. Those who Are assigned to gathering the daily weather stories will in this Way have the advantage seeing the full Pencil map from which the forecasts Are made and be Able to follow for themselves from Day to Day the March the highs and lows which the varying weather depends. A dispatch from Washington contains the information that major Parns f. Gregory Engineer corps has been ordered to duty at Cincinnati relieving major d. W. Lockwood who is ordered to Newport r. In a to relieve lieutenant w. H. Harts the duties temporarily transferred to him by Captain w. H. Bixby. .00 Boston Ani return. Via Erie lines. Ticket office 11 w. Fourth Street. German soldiers discuss the matter at the Kleier bund league convention. Special to the Tribune. Columbus o., aug. 21.�?at today a session the Krieger bund German veterans a warm discussion was precipitated Over the shortage sex treasurer Hildebrand Chicago. The sex treasurer is Short in his accounts with the league about $600 and numerous attempts have been made to Settle the matter during the year. The matter has practically been settled by making arrangements whereby the shortage will be made Good. Or. Henry Buschi Mann Cincinnati manager the Law department stated that Steps had been made to compel the sex treasurer to Settle an action would be brought against him. President Walruff stated that he had made three trips to Chicago in the interest the Krieger bund and was anxious that a settlement be made. It is understood that a wealthy Chicago citizen will come to who Rescue . Hildebrand and the shortage will be made Good without further trouble. A split in the league was narrowly averted because the compulsory insurance Section in the Constitution which was adopted a year ago. Mainly through the efforts Delegate Zer Temann Cincinnati a Compromise was reached making the taking out a policy mandatory new members Only. The officers elected were As follows. President Fritz Schrader Batesville ind. Vice president Emil Grimm Carnegie a. Secretary Julius Eggers Chicago treasurer Louis Ertel Cincinnati attorney Henry Buschmann Cincinnati Secretary beneficial Branch Martin Gass Chicago trustees h. W. Miller Columbus l. Enzie Pittsburg Ernst Feld st. Louis. The next years session the bund will be held at Belleville 111. R the a Loepki co. The women Are interested in the store news. They help to make them by giving a Large and generous patronage. We Are striving to make this a better store for you one in which you can always Trade with profit and pleasure. It has been so in the past but Progress is our watchword and that Means better methods and opportunities. Take for instance the dress goods stocks. Orders for the coming autumn styles were placed As Early As last february March and april. It would be impossible to secure a Clear idea what the prevailing and authoritative styles for the autumn will be until you see our assortments. These Many weeks preparation involving Large contracts and expenditures now culminate in a Stock dress goods which has not an equal in this City. With such a Stock and such Low prices it is Safe to say that the sales will be larger than those the combined dress goods stocks any other three stores in the City it the Best sorts Are Natu a by taken first for this reason As Well As others we urge Quick selection. Buying dress goods Here Means a Large saving in Money for you enough saved maybe to pay for the dress trimmings. Cl0ak5 and wraps for the Early autumn Are now crowding the department but the More the merrier. Such a handsome and select collection was never before gathered beneath one roof. The spick and Span the various makers the old an4 new world Are Here for your pleasure. Probably the richest Ever seen in this City. To see them Means an immediate Purchase we Are mistaken in your judgment. Particular attention has been Given to the selection children a Gretchen misses reefers and boys suits. The near opening school will make it imperative to secure your selection at the earliest Date practicable. The styles both in i laity and fit Are the Best. In truth we have store room for no other kind. The autumn styles Silks velvets cloaking silk pushes flannels skirting wrapper materials Cassimeris suiting upholster ies carpets matting rugs linoleum Oil surpass any we have Ever carried. The same Trade Law making it possible for us to name the lowest prices dress goods operates the lines we have indicated above. Trouse rings cloths &c., suspended relations. Ohio chapter coloured masons displeased with their Kentucky Brethren. Special to the Tribune. Columbus o., aug. 21.�?the Ohio grand chapter coloured masons adjourned after adopting a Resolution suspending fraternal relations with the Kentucky grand chapter until a settlement the differences Between them was reached. The following officers were elected w. T. Boyd Cleveland g. H. P. William Andy d. G. H. P. Charles Cottrell Toledo g. K. De Coates Springfield g. S. Jerro a. Brown Cleveland grand Secretary Otis Field Toledo g. T. S. W. Clark Cincinnati g. L. Samuel w. Fawbush g. D. J. Galloway k. Of a. Most the Chip ter delegates were also delegates to the forty fifth communication the grand Lodge which began a two Days session Here this morning by listening to the annual address grand master Jerre a. Brown. Bloomers shocked them. Escaped unhurt. Young ladies show presence mind in a runaway Accident. Presence mind enabled two Young ladies to Avert a serious Accident at fourth and Central Avenue wednesday evening. Misses Edith and Ida Law daughters John h. Law manager the Royal insurance company were in a Carriage their Way to visit friends fourth Street. As the Carriage was turning the Corner fourth and Central Avenue the right front wheel came off throwing the occupants towards the front the vehicle. The Young ladies were quite self possessed and ried to Stop the horse but at third Street the harness broke freeing the frightened animal which dashed Down third Street. The ladies alighted sent the Carriage to a repair shop and proceeded Home via Street cars. Napoleon 0. Women drive two bicycle maiden3 out the town. Special to the Tribuno. Napoleon o., aug. 21.�?two Blooming buxom country girls apparently is years age wheeled to Napoleon yesterday arrayed in striking bloomers. This was a Little too much for a half dozen staid and Prim women who fled from the Street. It was Napoleons first Case real untamed bloomers. The girls Are daughters wealthy Farmers living a Short distance from Napoleon. They had read about bloomers and proposed to do what they supposed their City Sisters do. The latter did not take kindly to the innovation and four them All Well known Young women gathered a crowd urchins and with threats physical Force drove the two cyclists out town. The first Day they can get away from the Harvest Fields the fathers the two Bloomer girls will go to Napoleon to prosecute those who insulted their daughters. Morris career recalled. In order to accommodate the largely increased Trade in Stu skins prints and Gingham is these departments have been moved to the basement floor thus enabling us to give the bedding department a larger floor space which it was badly in need . We want to direct your attention to the Stock blankets bad comforts whether made silk satine Calico. You will find a new value in them Peculiar interest. _ summer dry goods sacrificed. We re done with profit making for the summer a larger share is Given to you. Pick the ginghams�?5c�?and they re usually sold for 15c and 20c. Dress goods go to half and less customary figures. Underwear parasols waists wrappers suits the reduction is deep and general through the store. Hundreds women Are taking advantage these reductions daily. Are you males it Doe Pfeifl main canal and Hunt its. A try the Home steam laundry. 43 local labor. Young la ladies Walnut Hills and Avondale have it in charge and it is hoped it will be liberally patronized by All charitably disposed people. Miss Anna Schwartz Liberty and Bay Miller left last night for will be yesterday tomorrow morning. An evening spent at the it. Auburn Garden l. Mecklenburg proprietor will leave pleasant memories forever. Everything there that should be there. Take Sycamore Cable. V died at the soldiers Home. James Thompson the Well known musician this City died yesterday at the soldiers Home Dayton Deceased was a member the musicians protective association for years. Burial takes place at the soldiers Home at Dayton this morning at a clock. President Tobin will reach Cincinnati August 30. A series lectures will be Given during the Winter under the auspices the Central labor Council in which Eugene v. Debs Rev. Myron w. Reed sex governor Waite Colorado and other Good speakers will be included. Speakers at the zoo labor Day will be Harry m. Ogden t. J. Denny treasurer the National Iron molders Union John Popp the furniture workers and Gen eral president John f. Tobin the Boot and Shoemakers Union. Half fare Boston and return via Pennsylvania lines until August 25 inclusive. Tickets Good going and returning via new York. Valid until october 3 returning. Stop Over privileges at Pittsburg. Washington Philadelphia and new York. Details at City ticket office Northeast Corner fourth and Vine streets. Fifth Street runaway. The Folly leaving a horse a hitched a crowded Street was illustrated yesterday afternoon when a horse belonging to Magly amp Stiess the third Street insurance firm ran away 011 fifth Street in front the Post office. The horse was frightened by a band escorting a company knights templars and dashed toward Walnut Street. Harry Rosenbloom and his wife were driving Down the Street and the runaway horse ran into their Rig. The Wagon to which the horse was attached was not injured but Rosenbloom a buggy was wrecked. The horse was captured by officer Wessels. Or prices Cream baking powder worlds pair highest medal and diploma mrs. Shedd better. Is the condition mrs. Shedd the timbale wife Captain d. Watt Shedd the fire commissioners is considerably improved. Mrs. Shedd sustained a stroke paralysis several Days ago but every indication now Points toward a Complete recovery. A free ticket entitling any Reader the Tribune big Little either sex to admission to the zoo Queen City Day monday August 26, and Ohio Valley Day wednesday August 28, will tie printed in next sundays Spofford a shortage brings Back cheer a ferns Long a30. Special to the Tribune. Washington aug. 21.�?congressional librarian Spofford a trouble with regard to his accounts recalls an incident that occurred about fifteen years ago when his first assistant in the Library was . George Morris who although receiving a salary but $1,800, belonged to the Best club in town. His treatment the patrons the Library was so discourteous As to occasion Many complaints but Morris retained his place until one saturday morning he received about $2,800 in greenbacks to pay employees and put it in a Little Black Satchel. Ten minutes later when . Morris entered a Saloon Pennsylvania Avenue As he said to procure a Sandwich he discovered that the Little Black Satchel contained nothing but Brown paper. The Money was never recovered and . Morris was not prosecuted. He disappeared from Washington and has never been seen since. Moerlein a celebrated Cincinnati Beer in bottles and draught at their Agency in Tho East at William Housman a 28 Arch st., 167 Devonshire st., Boston mass. Marriages and deaths. Marriage licenses. Vincent Botella 25, 253 Walnut Street and Louise Sturla 20, 44 Pike Street. John Keefauver 25, 48 Pearson Street and Alice costello 20, 48 Pearson Street John Jacob Mayer 32. Abigail Street and Barbara Blaurock 24, Pearl Street. Jonas Mckay 35, Switzerland county ind., and Willie Belle Strayer 24, East Walnut Hills. Harry Joseph perk 23, Central Avenue and Katie romers 20, Memi Eken Avenue. John Perkins Sparks jr., 32, 135 Symmes Street and Rosa Kappes 20, 153 Symmes j. B. My Gavne 26, 142 Symmes Street and Louise Hanney 18, 142 Symmes Street. Langdon p. Hopkins Norwood and Anna m. Maas East Norwood. We. Bohne 25, Spring Grove Avenue and Catherine Nolte 21, 333 Ell Mere Street Jacob Manz 24. Woodward Street and Bertha Herz 18, lb9 Spring Grove Avenue. Fred Haslinger 23, 60 West Mulberry Street and Sophia Stalberg 20, Findlay Street h. J. Chapman 24, Dayton o., and Jeannette Whitcomb 23, 340 West fifth Street. Jesse Bowen 19, Carthage and Katie Hammacher 19, Reading. Louis Hortung 35, City and Mary bieler Taylor a Culli. Milton a. Conger. 26, Northside and Emily Thompson 2o, norths do. Richard l. Lambert 25, 32 Carr Street and Anna Coleman. 19. 32 Carr Street. Walter a. Scott 32, race Street and Elizabeth Koch 27, Camp Washington. David Mack Owens 26, Richmond ky., and Luetishey Shearer 19, Elmwood Avenue. Henry Walter Clay 27, 666 West fifth Street and Jennie Stevenson 21, sixth and John streets. Chai Les Gilpin 29, City and Lula Turner 22, City. Steel roofing steel roofing. A manufactured by the cin3innati corrugating co. Sold and applied by e. Locke phone 1732. Builders Exchange. Cine to. Sealed proposal. It Lite Young Peoples convention. Columbus 0. Hail not b y enough to hold a who wish to attend. Special to the Tribune. Columbus o., aug. 21.�?the five Days session the Young Peoples Union the United presbyterian Church began Here this evening with a meeting Welcome at the Board Trade auditorium. Twenty five Hundred people stowed themselves away in this Hall which will seat but 1,500. But a portion delegates representing every Section the country have arrived. Many More Are expected to it Morrow and the attendance will reach at least 4,000. Overflow meetings have been provided for at All the delegates and visitors cannot possibly get into the auditorium. Tonight the Union was welcomed by governor Mckinley and mayor Allen and addresses were made by c. P. Campbell Chicago Rev. R. B. Patton Columbus and . E. Mcgall chairman the Genei al committee. Coloured knights. It trouble in the supreme Lodge the k. Of p. St. I . Chicago aug. 21.�?the faction which is opposing the supreme Lodge the coloured knights pythias led by an a member named Mosler today secured writs attachment against supreme Chancellor Mitchell supreme master the exchequer White Divisio Captain Robert Harper supreme keeper the records and seals M. Wood and g. M. Franklin. The attachments were served and at 5 clock this evening the five pythian were xxx court. Bonds Vert Given in $1,000 each for the appearance the prisoners before judge Gibbons tomorrow Moru ing. The officers the supreme Lodge will be called upon at that time to show cause Why they should not be committed for contempt in refusing to recognize the coloured knights. Deaths. Adams John Adams tuesday August 20, at 12 45 ., aged 84 years 3 months. Funeral thursday August 22, 1895, at 1 30 ., from residence no. 13 Goodloe st. Friends invited. Davies Samuel wednesday August 21, 1895, aged 63 years. Funeral Friday August 23, from residence 25 Myrtle av., Walnut Hills at 2 Hufford monday August 19, 1895, at 9 30 ., Alex. W. Hufford aged 55 years Catarrh the stomach at no. 4 Garfield place. Due notice funeral will be Given. Hartman . W. Hartman monday at 9 clock ., at his residence 122 Fairfax Avenue Walnut Hills aged 80 years. Funeral thursday at 1 30 ., at residence. Minster Morris b. Minster son in Law Isaac Rollman. Suddenly in new York City August 19, 1895. Due notice funeral will he Given. Nolan in Covington ky., August 30, 1895, Richard Nolan aged 65 years. Funeral will take place firem the residence his son no. 1391 Scott st., thursday August 22, 1895, at 7 30 . Requiem High mass at st. Mary s Cathedral at 8 clock . _ daily mortality report. Lizzie Shirley 35 years Longview Asylum inquest pending. Mary Hartman 56 years Cincinnati Hospital consumption. Joseph Beckenhaupt. 44 years Peoria 111. Cirrhosis liver. Josepha Auer 47 years,1579 Central Avenue consumption. A a Edna j. Black 8 months 7o4 Eastern Avenue Gastro enteritis. We. Beckel. 47 years Southeast Corner Everett and John streets w. Hartman 80 years 122ttair-fax Avenue senility. John d. Ross 45 years 2437 Eastern Avenue pyx Ernia. Ellen Fahy 67 years City infirmary valvular disease the heart. Ernst Ackerman 1 year 12 Wallace Street Maras us. _ George h. Gray. 5 months Torrence Road cholera inf Antum. John Adams 84 years 13 Goodloe Street gastritis. Sealed proposals will be re received at the office Goebel amp Bettinger room no. 41, Smith building no. 220 Walnut Street Cincinnati Ohio until 12 clock noon september 14, 1895, for the Purchase fourteen 14 Bonds the Warsaw special school District no. 1, Delhi township Hamilton county Ohio to be known As a Warsaw special school District Bonds series no. 2,�?� said Bonds to be dated september 15, 1895, to be the denomination five Hundred 500 dollars being seven thousand 7,000 dollars in All payable two each in 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 years respectively after the Date Tho Issue and bearing a 5 per cent interest payable Semi annually interest and principal payable at the German National Bank Cincinnati Ohio. Said Bonds Are issued by authority sections 3991, 3992 and 3993 the revised statutes Ohio and in pursuance an election authorizing the Issue thereof held by the Electora said school District the 27th july 1894, and Are the remaining part an authorized Issue fifteen thousand 15,000 dollars. Said Bonds will be sold to the highest bidder for not less than Par value and accrued interest to Date Transfer but the Board reserves the right to reject any All bids. All proposals should be sealed and endorsed a bids for school by order the Board education special school District. Au22-3tth m. F. Pavo clerk. Legal notice. The undersigned has been duly appointed administer matrix by the pro Bate court Hamilton county o., the estate Bridget Halpin deceased. Elizabeth Kennedy. F. S. Hastings attorney 82 Smith building. Cincinnati August 14, 1895. Aul5-3tth the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administrator the estate Hannah s. Martin deceased. John b. Martin. Boyce amp Boyd attorneys. Au22-3tth the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As administrator the estate . Lawrence a. Anderson deceased. Late Hamilton county. Joel c. Clore. Close amp Hargitt. Attorneys 514 main Street Cincinnati August 22, 1895. Au22-3tth m. Eichhorn monuments 27 twelfth st. special Selling out prices Lei Uigum wll 10 Fine parlor statues. Alfred White pfc sons. Sculptors. 5 h 1 r. Central John p. Opplt. John p. , embalmer and funeral director 182 to 188 w. Ninth st. Telep Bong it 318� a 669. Cincinnati Obla. The Kineon Coal co. M Kineon goal go. Smith a water st. Cincinnati Kanawha splint Heughie Ghany new River smolt let Bla Kinal thing. Peach Orchard foundry Furnace City cake a pedal attention Trail Ahi Mcnie. Telephone mall Yor order to be and let Famh mined dry Jena Telephone Tiffi Cincinnati o., August 22. 1895. By order the insolvency court Hamilton county o., the undersigned will pay to the creditors the n. W. Hunter harness company a dividend 20 per cent upon the face their claims As shown by the schedule liabilities filed in said court july 2, 1895. Said dividend is payable at my office nos. 311 a Jed 302 Johnston building fifth and Walnut streets Cincinnati Ohio and after wednesday. August 23, 1895. Jph1lip Roettinger Assignee. The undersigned quot has been duly appointed administer matrix the estate Franziska Heitzman late Hamilton county o., deceased. Rosa Peterson. F. S. Hastings attorney 82 Smith building. Cincinnati August 14, 1s95. Aul5-3ttb quot notice is hereby Given that the probate court Hamilton county o., Las appointed me executor the estate Michael Fahs deceased. John staubach. Barton amp Morgeri attorneys. Aul5-3tth Cincinnati August 14, 1895. A the unde Rel go de has been duly appointed and has qualified As adminis Trator the estate Evelyn Mae hark Ness late Hamilton county o., deceased. All persons indebted to the estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. August 14, 1895. Geo. W. Armstrong jr., administrator. E. M. Balla Iid 605 and 606 Johnston build a Ney. Ing attorney. Notice aul5-3tth s. W. Gould it al., pla1n-tiffs, is. Harry Hira Ehman it al., defendants Case no. 101,480. Common pleas court Hamilton county Ohio. Max k. Hirsch Maii whose residence is unknown when last heard from was in the City new York n. Awill take notice that s. W. Goula f. H. Bliss P. Bliss partners doing business As s. W. Gould amp co. W. A. Engley g. L. Wetherell and f. P. Barney a a partners doing business As Engley Wetherell amp co., and w. P. Bullock doing business As w. P. Wilmarth amp co., the twentieth Day october 1894, filed their petition in said court alleging that by tile consideration the court j. F. Kushman magistrate in Cincinnati Ohio they recovered judgments against him for $56.17, $32 Ard $142.69 Ard costs respectively the second Day december 1893 that nothing had been paid 011 account said judgments which were and Are in full Force unpaid and unsatisfied that said Max k. Hirsch Man was Legatee and Devisee under the will his father Kolman Hirschman deceased and had an interest a such Legatee Anu Devisee in certain personal and real estate situated in said City Cincinnati that said Max k. Hirschman with intent to hinder and delay and defraud his creditors attempted to convey his said interest Tho eleventh Day july 1894, to said Harry Hirschman defendant. The prayer the petition is to set aside said conveyance and to subject the interest said Max k. Hii Schman in the estate said Kolman Hirschman deceased a it to the payment the judgments aforesaid and also the interest and costs thereon. A said Max k. Hirschman is hereby notified that he is u party defendant to said petition and a required to answer the same before the Twenty first Day september 1895. Harrison amp Aston. _. Attorneys for plaintiffs. Cincinnati o., july 31, 1895. Aul a eth the j iii31 mh1ll1to 4 0. A series Success our thursday All Day time sales have proved to be great successes. Crowds buyers attended each Sale. Another one thursday quantities Are limited. Goods will be Sale from the specified hour beginning until the lots Are sold. Be prompt at each Sale. At 8 00 clock. Cotton chalices 2c a Yard. Nice for House dresses wrappers and also for comforts. Only 3,000 Yards Sale. Only 20 Yards to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor aisle no. 8. At s 30 clock. Bleached Muslin. So a Yard. Yard wide. A Quality that Sells regularly for 8 l-3e. Only 2,500 Yards Sale. Only 10 Yards to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Jug test floor Annex. At 0 00 clock. Ch.3ck Nain Sook so a Yard. Regular 5c Quality. Buy for next season. Only 540 Yards Sale. Only 10 Yards to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor aisle no. A. At 9 30 clock. Ladies fall jackets. $3.00 each Large sleeves. Fine Black diagonals. Were $10 to $25 each. Only 35 them Sale. Only one to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Second floor. At 10 00 clock. Stamped trav cloths Loc each 3 for 33c. Nice designs. Beautifully he stitched. 15c Quality. Only 50 Sale. Only 3 to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor dome Center. At 10 30 Elk. Light weight comforts $1.48 each. Large size. Very desirable for this weather. Only 6 dozen Sale. Only 2 to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor Annex. At 11 00 clock. Ladies Low shoes $1.35 pair regular $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00 qualities. Black and tans. Three styles Only 275 pairs Sale. Only 2 pairs to each customer no orders taken must come Iri person. Second floor. At 11 3� clock. Menus silk suspenders 33c pair. Regular 50c Quality. Good mountings. Only 120 pairs Sale. Only 2 pairs to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor main aisle. At 1 30 clock. Embroidered edgings 3c a Yard. The kind we sold thousands Yards this customers not limited in Quantity. Only 2,000 Yards Sale. No orders taken must come in person. First floor aisle no. 3. At 3 00 clock. Ladies Chamois loves 69c pair four and 6-Button lengths. 75c Quality. Only 10 dozen pairs Sale. Only two pairs to much customer. No orders taken must come in person. 1 first floor dome Center. At 3 30 clock. Ladies Percale dresses $1.00 each skirts and Blouse shirt waists. Were $2.75. Only 40 them Sale. Only one to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Second floor. At 3 00 clock. Cream White flannel 39c a Yard Standard make. All 300 Yards Sale. Only 5 Yards to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor aisle no. 7. At 3 30 clock. Ladies wrappers 98c each. Good Gingham. Yoke big Aid trimmed. S1.75 kind. Only 100 Sale. Only 2 to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Second floor. At 4 00 clock. Chintz waists 25c each. Yoke Back full front. Variety colors. Only 175 Sale. Only 2 to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Second floor. At 4 30 clock. Ladies Wash suits 83.00 each. Linen Lawn Duck. Were from $7.50 to $15 each. Only 50 Sale. Only one to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Second floor. At 5 00 clock. Best fancy prints 3c a Yard. Best Standard fancy prints. Good styles. Only 1,000 Yards Sale. Only 10 Yards to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. First floor Annex. A Ali e 31 Lortt in lotto cum Pung 1830�?race. Sovantha raid Shillito plao��?18� additional time Setles thursday. At 9 00 clock. Sea grass hammocks 5�c each. Regular prices were from s5c to $1.25 each. Balance Stock Sale. Customers not limited in Quantity. No orders taken must come in person. Third floor. At 0 30 clock. Cut Glass bottles $2.60 each. First Quality. Finely Cut water bottles. $3.00 Grade. Only 15 Sale. Only one to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Lower floor. At 10 00 Check. Tabour etts 81.35 each. Also some turkish Coffee tables. $2.50 Grade. Only 20 Sale. Only one to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Third floor. At 10 30 clock. Cut Glass tumblers 35c each. First Quality. Beautifully Cut. 50c Grade. Only 20 dozen Sale. No More than one dozen to a customer. No orders taken must come in person. Lower floor. At 2 00 cd Ock. Mosquito bars each. $3.00 Grade. 90-Inch Bobinet. All Complete for hanging. Only 75 Sale. Only 2 to each customer. No orders taken must come in person. Third floor. At 2 30 clock. Pillow hammocks $1.00 each. Woven and Cord styles. Were $2.50 each. Balance Stock Sale. Customers not limited. No orders taken must come in person. Third floor. 3�if3olra i Hutto Sampang 1830�?raoe. Sove oth and soil hon piaca�?1 re Legal notice. Not a Etc he re by Given that the thirty first Day july 1s95. John Gros Sius and Victor h Grossius plaintiffs filed their petition in the common pleas court Hamilton county Ohio in Case no. 104,175, against Mary e. Bryant Middleton Bryant Jennie Bryant his wife Andrew Bryant jr., Mary Bryant his wife George s. Bryant Laura Bryant his wife Jerome b. Bryant and Elizabeth l. Bryant his wife residing in Jenison Park Holland Michigan Isabella b. Diserens and Frederick Diserens her husband residing in san Jose California Helen. J. B. Bowler . Bowler her husband whose residences Are unknown Cora Bryant share and Charles e. Slane her husband Frederick Vogel whose residence is unknown Eleanor m. B. Vogel residing in Jenison Park Holland Michigan John Mcdonald and Annie l. Mcdonald his wife whose last known residence was Lancaster county Nebraska if any the above named persons be dead their unknown heirs and Devisees the unknown he is and Devisees the following named deceased persons twit James Bryant and Mary Bryant his wife Andrew j. Bryant James b. Bryant Ann Eliza b. Vogel Viola Vogel. Mary Vogel Mcdonald and William m. Bryant defendants and alleging that said John and Victor h. Grossius Are the owners and in actual Possession the following real estate situated in Hamilton county Ohio and being known As lots to 7, s and 9 Bryants subdivision Clifton said property fronting Ico feet the West Side Clifton Avenue 186.31 feet North Ludlow Avenue and having a depth 350 feet to Cook Avenue. That the said parties above named claim some interest in said property advise to the interests said plaintiffs therein and praying that said defendants May to compelled quot to Sot up and show any claim estate interest which they May have claim to have in said property and failing so to do that the same May be adjudged to be a void and that they be forever Legal notice. A. Amp j. Plaut partners a firm doing business in Ohio is. Max k. Hirshb Man it al., Case no. 47,881, Superior court Cincinnati Ohio. Max k. Hirschman. Whose residence is unknown when Iasi heard from was in the City new York. N. a i a take notice that said a. Amp j. Piatt the Twenty fourth Day october 1s94, filed their petition in said court so legs ing there was due them As interest upon an account. $30.17, with interest thereon from api in 30, 1893 also that there wa3 Dua them co with interest from april 11, 1894, upon a promissory note dated at Cincinnati Ohio january 11, 1894, due ninety Days after Date drawn by said Max k. Hirschman to the order plaintiffs. Also to ascertain and subject the interest said Max k. Hirschman As Legatee and devised under the will his father Kolman Hixy Schman deceased to the satisfaction said indebtedness and to set aside an alleged con Reyance his said interest to Harry Hirschman by deed dated the eleventh Day july. 1894. The prayer the petition is Lor a judgment for the amounts due with interest thereon As above set Forth and set aside said conveyance and subject his said interest in the estate Kolman Hirschman deceased to the satisfaction said judgment As a Esaid. Said Max k. Hirschman is hereby notified that he is required to answer the same before the Twenty first Day september 1895. Harrison amp Aston attorneys for plaintiffs. Cincinnati o., july 31, 1895. Aul-6tth h. H. Childs doing business As the Mica roofing company. Residing in the City new York and doing business at no. 73 Malden Lane in said City will take notice that the 27th Day july 1895, the Haldeman paper company a corporation filed its petition in the common pleas court Hami ton county. Case no. 104,144against him. Null and void Ana that they be forever for judgment against him for $937.57, with barred from same that plaintiffs interest from the 31st Day december title May be 5j1 1894, and costs As damages for the breach other proper Relief. Said parties Are required to answer before the Twenty first Dav september 1895, judgment May be taken against them. John Grossius. Victor h. Grossius. Smith amp Kuhn attorneys. Cincinnati. O., july 31, 1895. Aul-6tth quot the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified As Assignee in Trust for the Benefit the creditors the Queen City tie and shirt manufacturing company. All persons indebted to said Assignor will make immediate payment and creditor will present their claims duly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance. Cincinnati o., August 8, 1895. D. S. Oliver Assignee d. S. Oliver attorney. Ous-3tth a contract entered into Between Tho plaintiff and the defendant about february 5, 1894, for the Purchase paper known As saturating Felt to be delivered to the defendant during the year 4894 at Indianapolis ind. Said defendant is required to answer before the 5th Day october. 189$, judgment May to taken against him. A au8-6tth notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed and duly qualified As administrator the estate Catherine Schmitt late Hamilton county o., deceased. George sch hot. Administrators Gorman amp Thompson. Attorneys. Cincinnati August 14,1895, aul�-3ttll

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