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22 Jul 1895

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22 Jul 1895

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Cincinnati Tribune (Newspaper) - July 22, 1895, Cincinnati, OhioA i h i j1jnc1nnatjl Tribu Ine monday july 22, 1895. A a Sharp Delaware. Highly probable he will obtain a Good office. Sir writes in Ohio cherish More malice against Brice than hatred sound Money. The Tribune Bureau. Washington july 21. It is the opinion administration Demora to that the Thurman conference which was held in an obscure Comer . Columbus last Friday was More for the purpose . Annoying senator Brice than to do the cause Silver any real Good. Thurman must realize by this time that he will go into the Springfield convention with less a than a corporals guard Silve rites and in connection with his Columbus gathering there Are suspicious circumstances which Lead politicians to conclude that a a conference vindictive men rather than a Silver caucus. One the most conspicuous characters at i that meeting was Mellien Dunn Belle a Fontaine who is closely related to Thurman. It is interesting to know that until last fall Dunn was a most vigorous and Loyal Brice worker. He then had his Eye the Bellefontaine Post office. When Brice gave the office to another candidate Dunn joined the faction the disappointed and whetted his knife for vengeance. Disgruntled candidates. A another notable member Thurman so Kitchen Cabinet is j. B. Koontz Washington c. H. He also Grove led around the Capitol his stomach until Brice Hurt his feelings by appointing one other than himself postmaster at Fayette a county seat. Thenceforth Koontz Allied himself with other Brice enemies and like Dunn Biden his time. It is a singular coincidence that a third a Man prominence a who talked Silver with Thurman is c. A. Corbin Ashtabula likewise disgruntled. He wanted the Post office and did not get it. It is not that these disappointed politicians love sound Money less but that they hate Brice More which leads them to join the Silver element and whether there is any thing left the Silver question by election Day matters Little for it is the defeat Brice they Are working so earnestly to attain. Finance is a secondary consideration but it is the cloak under which they fight. Brice has Many enemies in Ohio and whether they fight in disguise Silver men in the honest garment disgruntled office seekers the end will be the same. They a will greatly assist the republicans in electing a Republican legislature. Wants an office. For three Days judge John w. Allbaugh new7 Philadelphia has been busying himself in Washington by visiting the War department. It is Learned tonight that lie represents a Large political contingent Ohio that is working for the promotion a Buckeye Soldier. The 1st August the president w7ill fill a vacancy in the by appointing a judge advocate for the department Colorado. Captain a. C. Sharp who claims Delaware As his native town is an applicant for the office. For some time lie has creditably performed the duties judge and i Vopate and his friends Are anxious for a him to receive the appointment. Judge Allbaugh has had several interviews with War department officials and is making an Earnest fight for his friends promotion. Tomorrow al. Carlile furniture inspector the Treasury department will leave for Cincinnati where he will remain several Days. He goes to it make an inspection the Public buildings and to Supply w7hat is needed in the furniture line. Summer weakness is caused by thin weak impure blood. To have pure blood which will properly sustain your health and give nerve strength take hoods Sarsa Parilla doings Dayto nites. Charles Smith fell downstairs killing himself. Otto j. Paul Cau Glit in elevator Shaft a Breezy gossip and personal mention. All orders to have a the Tribune served at residence and All complaints irregularity delivery should be addressed to f. R. Chapman a a Tribune so Dayton agent 134 South Ludlow Street. All Back numbers Art supplements hand. Leave orders. Need More graveyards Mississippi Campaign opened and trouble is at hand. Mobs killing negroes. Churches raided and coloured people intimidated fourteen Lynch Ings in eight months. Special to the Tribune. Live Oak fla., july 21.�?the Rev. D. W. J Gillislee reports a reign terror among the negroes Lafayette and Taylor counties. He says their churches Are being raided by White men congregations dispersed and Pas a tors driven away. Air. Gillislee is presiding elder live Oak District the Florida conference the a. M. E. Church. The a counties mentioned Are in his District and he has recently returned from an attempt to fill his appointments. He Wras roughly treated. He says he was preaching in Lafayette 1 county to a Large congregation when a crowd armed White men came into the Church and stationed themselves near the pulpit. The Leader asked air. Gillislee a How Long do you expect to remain in this county and live a he made no answer and the White Man continued a you leave this county at once you la be dead before then the Whites began to shoot and air. Gillislee and the congregation ran out in a panic. The negroes Are so frightened that they have ceased a a tempting to hold Church services and Many them Are leaving the District deserting their property. In Lafayette county there have been fourteen negroes lynched in the last eight months. Blackburn May win. His supporters sanguine his visit to Washington causes much comment. Washington july 21.�?senator j. C. S. Blackburn a National figure in the free Bellver fight returned to Washington from Kentucky saturday and registered at pages but has thus far maintained strict secrecy As to the object his visit. It is a believed by Sone that the chief reason for his presence Here is to expedite if possible the payment the sugar Bounty now held a Back by comptroller Bowler. Senator Blackburn was an advocate the measure in the Senate and it is said he is in Washington now at the request state senator Martin who represented the planters interests when the measure was pushed in Congress. It is also probable that matters connected with his senatorial canvass brings senator Blackburn to Washington. There Are rumours to the effect that some senator Blackburn a friends in the departments Are in danger dismissal because their loyalty to the Kentucky advocate free Sil vet and it is said that the senator intends to learn the truth these rumours and protect his friends. One Story has it that w. B. Hazen chief the secret service division the Treasury has won the disapprobation the administration and Secretary Carlisle because his Cloe Friendship for senator Blackburn and is marked for removal. A a High Treasury official most emphatically denied this Story when it was brought to Bis attention. Hazen moreover it is said was Secretary Carlisles personal appointment and the son one his oldest friends. Or. Blacburn a friends share in the belief that he will win the fight the Silver question. Ever since his speech at the Louisville convention denouncing Carlisle and the administration he has been resting quietly at a Pis Home w7hile his lieutenants have been nominating candidates for the legislature. Special to the Tribune. Dayton o., july 21.�?charles Smith at an Early hour this morning fell Down a flight stairs at the residence his daughter airs. Woodall Dell Street North Dayton. He died very shortly. Coroner Corbin thinks death was due to a fracture the Skull at the base the brain. An autopsy will be held. Deceased was nearing the three score years and ten period in life. Azinor mention. Air. Harry Rock spent today in Columbus. Air. And airs. W. L. Blocher Are visiting airs. George Blocher at Hazel s. D. Gus layers Hamilton is under arrest charged with sending an obscene letter to a Linden Avenue married woman. The Carter Crume baseball team Defeated the y. Ai. C. yesterday by a score 12 to 5. Batteries cd co., Leslie Zellers and Burdette y. Al. C. , Stafford Lyons and Schaeffer. Otto j. Paul proprietor an East fifth Street bakery was caught in the elevator the Davies building last night sustaining painful bruises. He has the sympathy Many friends in this and his financial troubles the City Board elections refuses to recognize the action the Huffman faction in calling the primary election and county convention As the Call was not based a unanimous vote the county Central committee. It also refuses to hear to the decision then state Central committee authorizing the casting a deciding ballot by Joe Dowling. This leaves the matter to be settled by the Central committee which stands 7 to 7. When when will they agree Aliss Dora Stickleman Riverdale. Is entertaining her Cousin Aliss Carrie Stickleman Franklin. E. S. B. Hamilton. Al Ichael judge died at his Home in the first Ward this morning consumption aged 29 years and 11 Days. A w7idow and one child survive him. The funeral will take place from st. Alary a Church tuesday at 8 30 ., with interment in st. Stephens cemetery. The Hamilton Turq Gemeinder gave a very pleasant picnic today at Dan Pabst a South this City. Gus alar ten was arrested Here yesterday by a Deputy United states marshal from Cincinnati charged with sending obscene matter through the mails. He gave Bond in the sum $300 before United states commissioner Aicala Ken for his future appearance in the United states court. Thomas d. Temple and Henry alar Tindell have arrived Home from a successful business trip through Indiana. The special military services will be held tonight in Honor the Hamilton rifles in the u. P. Church. The rifles presented a Fine appearance As they marched to and into the Church and were seated in the front portion the auditorium especially reserved for their occupancy. The Church was very finely decorated. The Central decoration was the pulpit which was draped in the National colors a tri circular Arch surmounting the Center with the text in bold Relief a in the name our god we will set up our below was the illuminated and hallowed name immediately beneath were the words in Gold letters a the Captain our below was a shield breastplate helmet and sword with a Blue Banner inscribed in Crimson a the whole Armor to the right the pulpit was a Constantine Cross red and Gold a shield Neutral tint with the motto in azure a in hoc Signo to the left was a Crown in Fine colouring and keeping. The programme was brilliantly carried out. Harvey cleaner a Well known Farmer living near Okeana was instantly killed by lightning last evening ins farm while pitching a Load wheat a Wagon. He was 35 years old and leaves a wife and two children. The manhattans Cincinnati Defeated the Hamilton Browns by a score 8 to 4v the Browns played a slovenly Field game and Well earned and deserved defeat. The a manhattans Are the Only team that has come Here one time and another that the Browns have failed to beat. Today was the quietest sunday that Hamilton has seen for months and nothing was eventful in the suburbs out town. Tired life. John Murphy tries to jump from the suspension Bridge. Fred and Gus Schulte waiters at the new Era while crossing the suspension Bridge Early yesterday morning saw a Man trying to jump from the Bridge. He was standing the rail and a Man and woman were trying to pull him Back. The Schultes hastened to the Trio and assisted in pulling the Man Back to the foot walk. He gave the name John Lurphy and said he 1-ived at Bone Spring Boone county by. With him were . And airs Carrier the same place. They had a singular Story. Lurphy they said asked them to come to this City and be would support them. They did so. Last night they drank some Beer and Lurphy decided tip shuffle off his mortal Coll. They Are exceedingly ignorant and poor people and know nobody in the City. When the Schultes found them the woman was about a prostrated with fright. The party then went to Covington and disappeared. The police Are looking for steamships new York july 21.�?arrived la Champagne from Havre Spaar dam from Rotterdam Anchoria from Glasgow. Arrived la Touraine at Havre. Sailed for new York the Urania from to Queenstown Saale from Southampton. A sighted the 7, pan dam from Amsterdam to Adf fisc Xue amp Lihz head. Mothers will always find a mrs. Winslow a soothing syrup the Best remedy to use for children while cutting their Teeth. For Sale by druggists everywhere. Mafia at work. Terrible tragedy takes place in Louisiana a killed a whole family. Special to the Tribune. New Orleans la., july 21.�? the Terre haute Plantation thirty five Miles North the City Friday night a wholesale butchery was committed by a sicilian labourer. His vengeance was w7reaked the family a country Man and the ferocity his crime which is ascribed by one the yet surviving victims to the mafia pales anything the kind which has happened in South Louisiana in Many years. The victims Are three killed. Mrs. Rosario Giordano aged 30, shot in the Region the heart and killed Benedito Giordano Nephew instantly killed Charley Colum Bano instantly killed. Wounded Nicolino Giordano 6 years shot through the Bead will die Mary Giordano 10 years old shot through Abdomen will die. Rosario Giordano aged 85, shot twice in right leg Josephine Giordano aged 5, shot through both legs. Rosario Giordano was seated with his family at supper Friday evening when the Assassin stepped in at the front door and emptied a double barrelled Shotgun twice into his Little family Circle. The first shot killed the wife and wounded the babe at her breast. The second fatally wounded the two Little girls and the father who had run to her assistance. The shots and cries for help brought Benedito Giordano and Charley Columbano neighbors and the murderer who had reloaded fired them killing them in their tracks. The murderer without hindrance made his escape and has not been seen since. Out his brother in la. Joe Ellis coloured fatally carves Sidney Williams. Sidney Williams and Joe Ellis coloured men living Spring Street Avondale had a quarrel at 11 clock last night and now Williams is lying at the Point death and the police Are scouring the hilltops for Ellis. The men Are Brothers in Law. Ellis went to the Home his sister mrs. Williams and had some words with her. When Williams interfered Ellis pulled a knife and began work his brother in Law. When he got through Williams was very severely Cut in the thigh Side and breast. Drs. All Tchell e. P. Adams sewed up his wounds. His condition is precarious and death May come at any moment. At 1 30 Ellis was Stilha Large. Ball team Racket. Cleveland players accused stealing a Ball Bat. Special to the Tribune. Louisville ky., july 21.�?the Cleveland baseball team came near being arrested tonight the charge stealing a Bat from Clarke the colonels. The patrol Wagon was sent for and the Cleveland Drew their bats the police. Clarke finally decided not to prosecute and no arrests were made. Majors and colonels gird their Armor and prime their dueling pistols. Jackson miss., july 21.�?the democratic primary in this county yesterday was the hottest election experienced since 1880, when the famous a committee one hundreds issued its red circular ornamented with a grinning Skull and Cross Bones and swore its determination to wrest the reins government .the municipality at Jackson from the republicans which was done the negroes declining to face Winchester rifles quot just for the empty a Honor voting. The primary was to select candidates for county officers to express Choice for United states senator to succeed senator George and to select delegates to the state convention. Hinds county had seven candidate for state officers and the contest was Over these. This having been the Home sex congressman Hooker for forty years it is probable that he carried the county for United states senator with general Lowry probably second. The country precincts have not been heard from and nothing definite is known As to senator members legislature. Enough has been Learned though to indicate that governor Stone the a sound Money candidate has been snowed under. News from the other counties is to the effect that al Claurine a record is unbroken. He has been endorsed for governor in every county that has spoken so far and it begins to look like he would have no opposition whatever in the convention. Deisel. Stolen bases a. Ton 5. Struck out by d 1. Umpire Bauers. Jisel 6, a. Nor al 11, by Wright gyms 12, shamrocks 5. The gyms proved their superiority Over the shamrocks by easily defeating them at the East end Park. The pitching Westhoff and the batting Higgins and Barnes were the features the game. Baron Sternberg pap Hawleys was at the Gate and his winning smile won Many a dime from the patrons the game. Score gems. Ab.h.a.e.l Sham. Ab.h.a.e. Bailey . 5 0 0 0 01 Lloyd 2b 5 0 3 2 0 Wiseman if. 3 0 3 0 0 Eagen if. 4 0 1 0 0 Leblond la 4 2 11 1 0�barnes, . 4 3 2 0 0 totals 36 12 27 12 4 totals .36 6 24 11 3 innings. 123456789 shamrocks 0 1 1 1 1 6 0 1 0�? 5 gyms. 2 0 4 2 0 0 2 2 �?12 Home run Euphrat. Three base hits Placke Leblond Higgins. Two base hits a Higgins Emigholz. Stolen bases gyms 6, shamrocks 1. Bases balls off weit Hoff 2, off Chard 6. Struck out by weit Hoff 5, by Chard 5. Umpire . Holtzman. National stars 9, Dayton navies 2 the National stars and the Dayton navies played a very interesting game Ball at Dayton by. The navies Only scored four hits off Burke in the entire game. The batting and base running Phillips was the feature the game. The score As follows baseball. Continued from third Page Home runs a. Elberfeld Kohnle. Base balls off Hornberger 4, off Ahlers 2. Struck out by Ahlers 9, by Hornberger 3. Stolen bases Renner 2, Hoelscher. Hit by Pitcher Renner Ahlers. Double plays a. Elberfeld and j. Cornelius Hoelscher unassisted. Umpire Haney. Time game two hours. Eagles 10, mascots 4. The game Between the al scots and eagles at Oakley grounds yesterday afternoon attracted a Large crowd fully 1,500 people being present. The game progressed nicely until the third inning. During the eagles a a inst the spectators became disgusted at some the decisions Umpire Miller and it was obvious that there was something wrong going not the programme. His decisions were in some cases questionable. Even the eagles were surprised. The al scots seeing they were getting the worst the Deal threw up the sponge in the beginning the sixth inning at which time Egner and Seifert were first and second respectively Godar up hitting a two Bagger scoring Egner and Seifert. Brashing j ton threw to Thomson Godar ran to third and Thomson twirled to Reilly who put the sphere Godar who was Safe. At this juncture it is claimed by the mascots that Godar a a Cut second. However Miiller allowed Godar the doubt claiming that players Are accorded a foot bases. The al scots opened the game scoring four runs to the eagles one. In the third fourth and sixth the eagles scored three in each respectively. Beys pitched a Good game and had he better support matters w7oulcl have been different. By Ashington a costly errors in the first and fourth innings were detrimental to the al scots. Score stars. Ab.h.a.e. D. Is. Ab.h.a.e. Murphy . 4 2 0 0 ois mutter . 5 0 3 1 0 Fri Man is. 2 0 1 4 0lannir, is. 5 2 1 0 0 to Epson if. 4 q 2 0 Similler 2b 5 1 7 u 0 do Herty la. 4 2 5 1 olt Oben la. 4 0 7 1 1 Phillips . 2 0 5 0 0 Conner . 4 0 1 0 0 Kinslow 3b 4 0 2 4 a Summers c. 4 1 3 3 0 sw7eeney, 2b 4 �?�0 0 4 1 Mccarthy. If 4 0 1 0 0 Mcginnis c 2 0 9 0 0 Casey 3b----4 0 0 0 3 Burkep. 4 2 1 2 0 Collins a. 3 0 1 4 0 totals ____30 10 27 15 2 totals .38 4 24 14 4 two base hits a Murphy Miiller Lanner 2. Three base hit Summers. Home run Philips. Sacrifice hit Maginnes. Stolen bases Phillips 3, Lurphy. Double plays Lanners Miller and Tahen. Struck out by Collins 3, by Burke 7. Bases balls Collins 3, Burke 1. Wild pitch col Lins. Time games two hours. Umpire John Lamping. Games elsewhere. At Winchester 14, Anderson 5. Cycling. Handicap Road race. Not decisive enough. Vigilantes admirers say she is not outclassed. Eagles. Ab.h.a.e. Seifert if. 4 Godar la. 4 Becker . 3 Foley is. 4 Lloyd p 3 my Laney . 3 Mccain 3b. 3 Mcginnis c 3, 2 Egner 2b. 3 3 2 1 2 5 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 01 3 0 2 2 0 0i mascots. Ab.h.a.e. Bra so ton 3 1 1 0 2 chi a bin c. 3 2 0 1 1 j Beys p 3 1 1 3 0 Burnet if. 3 0 0 0 0 Schwegler 3 1 0 0 0 h Ndu rss Nib 3 1 9 0 0 Perry is. 3 0 0 1 0 the Mson 2b. 3 14 3 0 Reilly 3b 2 0 0 0 2 totals 30 12 15 3 4 totals .26 7 15 8 5 innings. 1 2 3 4 5 6 eagles. 1 0 3 3 0 3�?10 al scots. 4 0 0 0 0 0�? 4 Home run Beys. Three base hits Mcginnis Lloyd. Two base hit Godar. Stolen bases Egner 2, Becker Brassington Mccain Burnet. Bases balls off Lloyd 4, off Beys 2. Struck out by Lloyd 4. Left bases eagles 4, al scots 6. Umpire Miiller. Time games one hour and forty five minutes. Bellevue Browns 15, Covington stars 8. The Bellevue Browns succeed in administering a crushing defeat to the Covington stars yesterday afternoon at Taylor a Mill Bottoms. The game was very slow and devoid any special features. The umpiring air. Matthews was very Good. The Browns play the Bond Hills the leaders in the c. Amp s. League next sunday at Bond Browns. Ab.h.a.e.l stars. Ab.h.a.e. Blersch if. 4 2 1 0 0t�?Ttenbier, 2b 4 0 3 0 1 Hays 3b 5 3 3 Matthews a. 5 3 2 Green la. 5 2 16 Lindem 5 2 0 Maloney 2b 5 2 1 Benke . 4 10 selters . 3 11 Emig a. 5 3 2 3 0 Glenn ss., 4 4 0 ,3b, 4 1 0 Ryan p., is. 4 3 Ogallagher c. 3 3 0 dial cf., 3b. 4 0 2grover, if. 4 0 la go mar ., 4 4 0 Parker la. 4 0 1 0 0 1 3 2 10 totals 41 1026 18 3 totals to be Given at st. Paris by the Tistle Cycle club. Special to the Tribune. St. Paris o., july 21.�?the second annual Handicap Road race the Thistle Cycle club will be held at this place monday August 5. The distance is ten Miles. Over $400 will be distributed. Geo. Allen one the Best trick and fancy riders in the state will be present and give an exhibition trick Ana fancy Riding. In the evening the citizens band assisted by other bands will give a grand band festival. Nil Eil Ore pins found buried in Nellie Thomas her strange Penances is causing her terrible agony. The strange Case Nellie Thomas the girl who buried dozens pins and Needles into her flesh to make expiation for a sin committed about two years ago attracted wide attention yesterday. Tribune readers will remember that the Young woman was taken to the City Hospital saturday from the Convent the Good Shepherd suffering great pain in her feet and legs. Or. Heidenfeld an Interne the Hospital made a careful examination and found a pin buried in the flesh. He continued his search and found forty one pins and Needles. The girl then confessed the Story the sin and How she had been doing penance by pushing cruel pins into her flesh. Yesterday . Heidenfeld continued his examination and found nine More pins and Needles. All were somewhat rusted. He expects to find More. Strange to say the girls condition is net alarming though there is no doubt in the minds the attending physicians regarding her mental depression which has reached a state morbid Ness. She is suffering intense agony. The Case is one the most Peculiar that has Ever Como to the attention the Hospital authorities. Terrible message. A Grover hit by batted Ball. Innings. 1 2 3 4 Bellevue Browns. 15 13 Covington stars. 0 0 0 3 earned runs Browns 9. Stars 4. Two Baa e hits Green Emig. Three base hits Glenn Lindeman. Home runs Maloney setters Lindeman. Stolon bases stars 2, Browns 7. Bases balls Browns 5, stars 2. Struck out by Ryan 1, Glenn 1. Emil 2. Passed balls Gallagher 2, al atthews 2> wild. Pitches Emig 3, Ryan 1, Glenn 2 time games two hours pud fifty minutes. Umpire air. Al atthews. A a Cumminsville 17, Chesters 7. The above two clubs played their second and deciding game in the c. And s. League yesterday before an audience at least 1,000 spectators. The general play throughout was very interesting both at the Bat and the Field work. The Battery work the Cummuns Vulles messes. Ralph Dempster and Boehnlein proved too effective for the Chesters although the team they presented was far ahead their former one. Mike Sohmitt the heavy Batter the Cummuns Vulles scored for himself a round applause by making a hit that gave him As clean a Home run As has been made this Diamond. Extraordinary and phenomenal catches were made by messes. Eichler Lang Schmitt Senft Campbell and Keefe. Boehnlein Catcher for the Cummins Vulles. Kept the Chesters Busy securing their bases. His throwing is As accurate As could be expected and no Opportunity was overlooked. Charles Perniney Umpire the game in a fair and impartial manner and was highly commended in several close decisions. To Madam Sta Manloff receives a Telegram bearing the signature dead Man s Mother. By Cable to the Tribune. St. Petersburg Russia july 21.�?mrac. Sta Buloff has received a horrible Telegram 35 10 24 10 5 cursing the dead statesman. It is signed by Stam Buloff smother and blames the widow for the tragic death the late sex pre Mier. The message has created a great sensation. 5 6 7 8 9 1112 �?15 3 0 2 0 0�?8 he score follows chi ters. Daley is. 4 1 Lindsey a. 3 Lyons la. 5 Grant 2b. 5 Senft . 3 Allen 3b 3 to neb Kae. 3 Campbl . 3 Keefe 3 a.e.l cd Volle. 0 3 3 Lang 5 1 1 0 0 1 3 11 Schmitt if. 6 2 2 1 9 0 1widner, la. 6 2 5 0 Mckerr a 3b. 4 1 she was kidnapped. Young Bride now a captive in her mothers House. Turner 111., july 21.�?this Village is excited Over the kidnapping mrs. Ray born ton from her father in Laws residence last night. Friday Ray Bornton and miss Mabel Thompson were married against the wishes airs. Thompson. Last night airs. Thompson with her younger daughter and Deputy sheriff Gorham went to where the newly married daughter was stopping and called her out doors. They then seized her and placing her in a Carriage drove her to Wayne where she is now captive in her mothers House. The girl Dia not want to go. But was forced to. The Bride is 18 and the Groom 24. Instantly killed. While they admit the defender is a great boat her rival May yet win. New York july 21.�?yesterday�?Ts great race Between the defender and vigilant was the sole topic conversation among yachtsmen today. While every one was willing to admit that the defender was a great boat there was a certain feeling disappointment that she had not beaten the vigilant More decisively. In fact a great Many were the opinion that when the two boats were measured the quot vigilant May yet be found to be the Winner. If their reported measurements be Correct the defender would have to allow the vigilant 2 minutes and 6 seconds a thirty mile course which would still leave the defender a Winner by 39 seconds As she beat the vigilant 2 minutes and 45 seconds actual time in yesterday race. While the vigilantes improved form surprised a great Many few outside the experts made allowance for the defenders extra and unnecessary tack to port in the beat to the outward Mark. She lost it is calculated six minutes by this mistake which was caused by her skipper mistaking a Steamer for a tug at the outer Mark. Up at City Island where the defender went to have some slight repairs made after saturdays race her Crew and a number workmen from the Piepgras Yard worked her All Day today. Her Bob stay was tightened and reset and some her Canvas recut and altered. The defender was then towed to Bay Ridge for tomorrows race. The yachts will sail Over course no. 2, a triangular one ten Miles to a leg thirty Miles in All. The race will be started at 11 clock off Scotland Sandy Hook Lighthouse according to the wind. The weather report indicates variable northwesterly winds accompanied by showers. _ Colorado a climate. A Region outdoor life decidedly favourable to health. New science review for july. A the easterner bred and born at sea level has a very vague idea that part his country which is at a Cloud height and he has scarcely any Conception the governing climate such a Section. The j purely picturesque appeals to the tourist and he gives hardly a thought surely not a serious one to the High Altitude Section through which he passes. The Adirondacks have accomplished wonderful temporary healings and permanent cures for certain pulmonary troubles yet their beneficial results do not compare in extent with those that Section which lies at an Altitude varying from 3,500 to 8,000 feet above the sea known As the High and dry Rocky Mountain Belt whose heart is Colorado. From a statistical comparative weather Bureau report Little idea could be formed this climate for in these comparative statements the dry and ratified condition the air is not fully appreciated. The dominant feature this High Altitude is Light dry and electrical atmosphere with its abundant Sunshine and Clear weather. This is True All seasons at the 6,000-foot level for while rain Falls in torrents for an hour nearly every Day during May june july and a gust the Sun always shines the rest the Day and ten minutes after the rain has ceased the Sandy roads Are dry and the air does not retain moisture. After these months not a drop water Falls from the cloudless sky and snowstorms Are few and Light. The Mercury occasionally drops to 20 Deg. Below Zero during Winter nights and rises to 60 Deg. In the Shade the following morning Wiiilie in summer although a Blanket is always a nightly necessity the thermometer often registers 90 Deg. During the Day and the heat the Sun is always intense. These extremes Are much less keenly Felt than they would be at sea level owing to the dryness the air. It is a Region but door life where regaining health is a business. Thousands beings whose existence would be measured by weeks if they returned to the dampness sea level Here Are Well and Active. It is True that some cases pulmonary trouble Are not benefited at the 6,000-foot Elevation but either the disease has advanced so far that the invalid could not live More than a few weeks in any climate he is affected with some heart trouble. Cases the quot latter sort Migrate to an Extension this dry Belt which descends into new Mexico along the Pecos and Rio Grande valleys where the Elevation is from 3,000 to 4,000 feet. There the action the heart is modified and the patient is More benefited than in the higher portions the Rockies. Fortunes in advertising. 2 0 0� Eichler. Of. 6 3 5 2 2 4 Long 2b�?. _ 1 0 Knau �8 6 1 0 0boehnlein, e. 5 2 0 Dempster 5 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 1 0 totjs"32 7 24 9 10 total .48 17-27 7 4 innings. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Chesters 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 7 Cumminsville 5 3 0 0 0 3 3 3 �?17 two persons mangled by a passenger train in new Jersey. Vineland n. J., july 21.�?a North bound train empty passenger coaches crashed into a Light vehicle at the Malaga station the West Jersey Road at 1 clock this morning and instantly killed Frederic Souders aged 35, and Henry Clark. Both men were thrown High in the air falling opposite sides the track about fifty feet from the crossing. Death was instantaneous. The bodies were terribly mutilated. Two base hits Daley Lyons Senft Boehnlein 2, Long 1, Eichler 1. Three base hit Eichler. Home run Schmitt. Struck out by Dempster 6. Hit by Pitcher by Dempster 2. Struck out by Lindsay 4. Base balls Lindsay. Hit by Pitcher Lindsay. Alerts 19, indians 9. The alerts a their twelfth straight Victory in the afternoon. They Defeated the indians in a runaway game. They leave tonight for a tour throughout the state. These youngsters have a Bright future before them. The score7 alerts. Ab.h.a.e.l indians. Ab.h.a.e. H. Deisel is. 5 Fidler c 4 , 5 Shwartz la 5 Miller 3b. 5 sh�?Tnb�?Tg�?Tr. 5 Wittrock 5 do new id 2b 5 Geyer if. 5 1 2 16 4 0 3 5 1 0 0 1 2 1 3 2 3 1 Crotty . Derger la. Of Brien a. Blicker a. 3h�?Tnessy, is. Mcdunn 3b. Davis 2b�? Hunt if. 0 0 0 0 0 Duhl 4 1 2 0 1 totals 44 21 27 6 6� totals .40 8 21 7 5 innings. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 alerts. 1 0 3 4 1 5 5 0 v-19 indians. 0 2 _0 14 10 0 1�?9 two base hits a. Deisel Donnewald Deiger. Three base hits a. Deisel Davis Donnewald. Home runs a. Fidler 2, Donnewald Davis. Struck out by deisel 15, by Brien 2. Umpire Burns. Alerts 26, genteel 7. The alerts Defeated the genteel in a very easy style. The youngsters outplayed the old veterans who were mostly composed the Poplar stars. Gents is. Ab.h.a.e. He Lster 3b 5 112 1 , la. 5 2 , if 4 0 Bra non 2b. 5 0 Derrick . 5 0 . 4 0 Wright a. 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 alerts. Ab.h.a.e. , is. 0 0 2 3 0 Norton 3b 6 Geyer if. 6 he a by Ger 2b. 6 Baum c 7 Shwartz la. 6 if you have never tried in you do not know what an Hsii complexion powder 1�. Sold everywhere -230 do new old . 6 Johnson a. 4 0 3 3 0miller, . 5 Rewti ass. 4 1 l 2 1 . A. 5 4 1 3 2 2 1 3 12 4 6 5 2 2 0 5 1 totals 40 5 21 13 2j totals 47 28 27 5 5 innings. Genteel. Alerts. 12 3 456789 50002000 0�? 7 _ 72307160 0-26 hits bomb a deisel Donne Wald Thra a a Muat Edwaaj Awold be. Kentuckian a go South to investigate the opportunities for tobacco culture. Tallahassee fla., july 21.�?advices received Here from Kentucky state that seventy two tobacco growers will soon leave that state for Tallahassee. They Are coming to see what inducements Are offered by Leon county in t he Way tobacco growing. Cincinnat ians in Gotham. Special to the Tribune. New York july 21.�?a. Weil j. H. Van Dusen Morton. F. H. Harvey st. Stephen. E. H. Childers S. Rust st. Denis. A. A. Davis Broadway Central. W. E. Gray f. C. Heer Continental. H. G. Holmes Sturtevant. H. Marx mrs. A. B. Qualey Gilsey. T. Cohn Stewart. A. W. Garland Imperial. C. C. Campbell Holland. A kind hearted woman. New York . Kindle Reading letter goodness aunt Hetty your great aunt you know is coming a visit and May be Here any moment. Daughter yes a. A you Are younger than i am dear. Hurry up to the attic and bring Down that Green pasteboard Box lying among the old clothes and things in the a there Are two Green boxes there. Which do you want 9 a bring the one with the outlandish Christmas presents aunt Hetty sent us and put them the parlor _ a Row in the Nursery. Mother interposing a what is this fresh quarrel about children and you Robert Why have you been scratching your Little sister to Robert Mamma this is How it was we were playing at Republic. Yvonne had been president for a full to Quarter at an Tourvand a would t Saiga. Men who have made big piles by the judicious use printers Ink. New York fortunes have been made in the manufacture Patent medicines. There is a proud family in Brooklyn whose wealth is away up in the millions. The father who made All it was not Many years ago a Porter in a drug House. He invented a Patent Medicine. His employers were in the habit saying to their customers after Selling them a Bill goods a Why done to you take a few dozen bottles our porters Medicine help the old fellow along. It is nothing to the Porter was popular and Many an order was Given. In that modest Way he started. He advertised and finally made millions. I know a Patent Medicine Man who says he can bottle sea water and make a Fortune out it by advertising. He says if any Man will put up $200,000 for advertising purposes he will at the end two years return not Only the $200,000, but a Clear profit As much More. One Man is supposed to have an income Over $200,000 from his pills and there is a tooth Wash in the Market that has realized a vast Fortune for its owners. Such profits Are realized Only through judicious advertising. I am informed by one the richest manufacturers that he notices within a few weeks a falling off in profits when he undertakes to economize in advertising. His advertising costs him Over $1,000.000 a year. Next year it will Cost him $100,000 More. The new woman. She asserts herself at the proper time and Bosses the Job effectually. Detroit quot new woman is just now the victim a powerful lot joke3, but Here a a Little Story a Detroit woman who made a lot men look like fools. In an Alley off grand River Avenue a laundry Wagon was being turned a trifle too sharply when Over it tumbled against a Fence and Down went the horse. Three men in an instant were upon the animal one sitting his head. Passers by rushed up the Alley and the usual Avalaz Che suggestions were showered Forth. A put something under his a look out for his a loosen the a tilt the Wagon a give him room and hell get up finally the Wagon was dragged away the gentleman sitting the horses head main. A butter fingers fooled the River at this Point continued slowly falling yesterday and reached a stage 6 feet 6 inches at noon. New River at Hinton and the Kanawha at Charleston remain about stationary. The lower Mississippi is still rising below Vicksburg. Departed yesterday. The Telegraph for Louisville 5 . The Congo for Lawrenceburg excursion. The h. K. Bedford for Maysville 11 . Departures today. The Bonanza for Louisville 5 . I the Carrollton for Madison 5 . The Sunshine for Pomeroy 5 . The h. K. Bedford for Maysville 11 . The Ruth for Portsmouth 3 . Rivulets. The Rob Roy got in with a Tow Brick and returned with empties. The new Rose Hite has taken her place in the l. Amp e. Mail line company a Fleet at Louisville. The Bellevue is kept Busy hauling loads for the contractors having charge the alterations to the l. Amp n. Bridge. Hopes for another Coaling stage this summer Are about abandoned and Coal men Are leaving for their Homes to await a Rise. The Coney Island boats carried big crowds to the Island yesterday. There is a Good stage water in the Channel and excursion lists Are landed inside the Dike thus saving a tedious walk up the Steep Hill. The Telegraph arrived yesterday morning from Louisville with a big trip freight and passengers. The daughters America excursion which left the Bonanza for Vevay ind., saturday night were among the passengers the Telegraph yesterday. The Carrollton will this morning bring in the first excursion passengers from Madison ind., who will be married free charge by the mail line company. There will be Over 250 passengers Board. Thev will be Well treated upon their arrival at this port and merchants and jobbers Are prepared to Supply their needs at a moment s notice. By Telegraph. Specials to the Tribune. Oil City july 21.�?River 7 inches and falling. Raining and cooler. Brownsville july 21.�?River 5 feet 7 inches and stationary. Clear and warm. Pittsburg july 21.-the stage water at Davis Island dam is 2.2 feet and falling. The water is also falling in the Harbor showers and very warm. The towboat Jim Brown made a trial trip yesterday with a new valve gear which has been invented to take the place the Cam Rod steamboats. It is claimed for the valve gear that it will save the Engineer from climbing out Over the Pitman to Oil the Cam Rod and As this is a very dangerous Job in Winter when the Pitman is covered with ice anything that will do away with it will be received by the Craft. Wheeling july 21,-River 2 feet 7 inches and falling. Cloudy and warm. Parkersburg july 21.-River 19 inches and falling. Little can Asfha falling. V Erv warm. A j Gallipolis july 21.�?the River is rising slowly with 1 foot the Marks and 3 feet b inches in the Channel. The Sunshine passed up at 3� For Pomeroy returning at 8 40 for Cincinnati. The Lizzie Bay arrived this morning from Cincinnati with a big trip returning at 8 30 Rain for three hours and still raining at 5 . Cairo july 21.�?the Mayflower from Pitts Burg passed Down to Memphis at 7 .-City Cairo from Memphis 11 to st Louis noon Arkansas City from new Orleans 3 ., to st. Louis 4 . River 13.8 feet and falling. Clear and warm. Memphis july 21.�?River Marks 8 feet the gauge a fall 0.3 foot in Twenty four hours. Weather fair and slightly cooler. The Snag la it at j. N. Malcomb arrived this morning from Cairo and will leave tomorrow for Natchez working the River the Way Down. The Belle Memphis is due from st. Louis tonight to leave tomorrow return trip. The Eugene arrived this morning with a fair trip from the Arkansas River. The Ora Lee arrived from Cairo this morning to leave return trip tomorrow. The City st. Louis will be due by morning from new Orleans her Way to st. Louis. Several local packets arrived time fi7om Arkansas City friars Point and Ashport. New Orleans july 21.�?More rain today and River excursions had to be abandoned two local packets arrived with Light mpa the City Monroe leaving tomorrow7 for st. Louis expects to have a Good freight principally sugar. Bayou la Fourchu is rising and it is thought some the Coal boats lying at the Mouth will get in this week. To inherit disease is not absolutely necessary. Children sickly parents Are not always bom with disease germs in their systems. They Are simply fit subjects in whom such microbes will Best thrive when encountered later in life. Bov nine not Only keeps the body toned up so that disease is kept at Bay but being itself a germicide dispels it where it already exists. Steamboats. For Louisville palatial Side wheel Steamer Telegraph and Bonanza. From foot Sycamore daily at 5 ., except Sua Davs at noon. Telephone 1w7. City ticket office 169 Walnut st. Telephone i for Madison and intermediate Points Steamer skier let. From foot Broadway mondays wednesdays Ani fridays at 5 . Telephone 1s97. City ticket office 169 Walnut st. Telephone 1911 Steamer Ruth. For Huntington and intermediate Points mondays at 3 . For Gallipolis and intermediate Points wednesdays and saturdays at 3 . From Coney Island wharf boat. Connects with Barrett line for Madison and Louisville. Teie phone 13841. Daily to Maysville. Steamer Bedford. Leaves foot Broadway at 11 ., except saturday. I cackle cackle. Art supplement % 1a foraging party j july 28. I t e a single Mourner stars Knock together. Leg t Imron a a Ess anti Taining his Posi with the harness it until everything was re ported Clear. A stand Back a the Man the head shouted a for hell kick the Daylight out the crowd Drew Back but the horse did not Rise. A loosen the belly band you blamed duffers a floated Over the Heads the horse raisers. It came from a woman looking out a near by window. The order is silently obeyed and the horse jumped to his feet. It reminded him the past. Washington you mean ter Tell the Man with Chin whiskers and a Gingham shirt. That yes be got Way by which i Kin turn a Wel a replied the Silver orator a a that a what some people say it amounts to but a a eth ctr Sall i Wanter know. In a with be in a Vern thy but in a Steart ter death. I tried the same Dea oct before and when i got Home there wuss a to a Dern thing in my Valise but teacher who was president the first French Republic each Lei and Jho was wet wife astronomers theorize this subject but the known facts Are few. Philadelphia Gresham lectures 011 astronomy Are the great institution in the British scientific world. They were this year Given by Proff Ledger one them being entitled a knocks in their relation to so Replete with new ideas As to what is going above below and around us was this lecture that it has caused considerable interest not alone to scientists but also to the intelligent world at Large. Prof. Ledger is opinion that the universe instead being fixed is alive with motion each Star with its attendant planets. Hurrying through space. If Star should Knock against Star the intense heat and fierce fire generated by the enormous velocity and vast momentum the two masses would be such As to pass human conc to Tion. It May be that the Sun was formed by the collision two stars. The effect two such bodies attracting each other and meeting would be to reduce them to a violently agitated mass which would oscillate first inwardly producing inconceivable heat and then outwardly ultimately assuming the condition the Sun. The general result would be that the two bodies would revolve around their common Center Gravity that is to say around each other creating a double Star. A lord Kelvin claims to have calculated that if 2u, ,000 solid globes each the mass the Moon should be scattered Over a spherical surface 100 times the radius the Earth a surface they would come together and be raised to a temperature 100,000 Deg. They would oscillate outwardly and inwardly reaching to a less distance each time and ultimately Settle Down into a sphere. The rebuke we see around us May prof. Ledger suggests have been produced by the knocking together two great bodies rather than by the aggregation Many smaller ones. The collision two huge suns would thus Lead to the formation a new system. Phenomena indicating that something very much in the nature a collision had occurred Are the outbursts temporary stars such As those observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572, by Kepler in 1604, and those 1848, 1866, 1876, 1885 and 1892�?the last having been the new Star Auriga which declined through ten magnitudes became 100,000 times less Bright in two months. The great increase in the Light a Comet As it approaches the Sun May be due to a tidal disturbance in the bodies forming it causing them to Knock against each other and thus generate heat and Light. In the same Way the twinkling the stars May be caused by the knocks the molecules the atmosphere the Ether whose undulations carry their Light to us. The excessively great and exceedingly Small Are All interdependent and the past present and future nebulous bodies All hinge upon the relations they Bear to the knocks the molecules their gases while the knocks immense bodies depend ultimately the knocks their constituent atoms. Prof. Ledgers theories As regards the knocks the molecules atmosphere being responsible for the twinkling the stars May be Correct. He May also be right As to the causes some the outbursts temporary stars. But As for the heavenly bodies Rushing wildly through space administering a a knocks to each other at their own Sweet wills Well it is at least More consoling to believe in that supreme Law order with which Mankind has always credited the director the universe with having so High a regard. It is decidedly uncomfortable to think that we Are being recklessly hustled through the wild Ocean space and Are liable at any minute to come to grief by having our planet smashed into Smithereens by one infinitely greater magnitude and velocity. No in spite prof. Ledger the world will continue to believe that the stars have their proper Bounds beyond which they cannot pass that Arcturus is still being guided with Wisdom that the bands Orion Are yet a loosed and that the influences the pleiades will continue to be As Sweet As when the morning stars first Sang together. Time limit forbid it. Harpers me sir a said the Man in the Row behind a but would you mind asking your wife to remove her hat i assure you that i cannot see a thing tll6 a a in a like to oblige you sir but it is impossible a said the Man addressed. A we live out town and we must get Home a what has that to do. With it a a what has that to it it with it Why our train goes Twenty minutes after the end the performance and it takes her an hour to put that hat .�?� careless in his syntax. Texas Clergyman the Baptist persuasion holding Forth in a Texas town recently commenced his Sermon thusly dear friends i want to talk to you about the infinite Power the almighty. He created a mighty Ocean and he created a people. He created the solar system and he created the world and he created a Grain Sand. My friends he created Onei and Haar Ater a Daisy follows the remains a Beauty to their last resting place. There is an old saying to the effect that one half the world does not know How the other half lives but in new York one May go further and declare that one half a Block does no to know How the other half lives and this fact was proved by a funeral which took place yesterday. The cortege consisted a Hearse and one Carriage and the sole occupant that single Carriage was a banker whose name at the Bottom a Check would make that piece paper Worth $5.000,000. In the Hearse Lay the body an extraordinarily Beautiful woman who had died a morphine fiend at the age 26. The banker with his wife and three grown daughters occupies a House that is magnificently equipped in one the West fiftieth streets. The dead woman lived in a House scarcely less beautifully furnished than his own in his Block and almost directly behind his Home. He had put her there and the Money that he lavished upon her would have kept Twenty families in luxury. He had met her by Chance the usual Way and had become infatuated with her and. Strange to say because the great difference in their Ages her love for him was As great As his for her. He was a Home Man who spent six evenings a w7oek with his wife and daughters going to his club the seventh nut after meeting miss Beauty he gave her the club hours and also passed every afternoon from 3 to 6 in her company his wife being none the Wiser. On More than one occasion when out with his wife he met his inamorato face to face but. There was never a look recognition. This intimacy continued for four years and after the second year the girl wild because she could not be with her Lover More and suffering from loneliness she had 110 other friends sought Solace in morphine and the drug did its work quickly. The funeral cortege passed the banker a Home and his wife and daughters saw it. But the blinds being Down they did not see their grief stricken husband and father nor did they imagine that the poor creature in the Hearse had Given the lie to Shakespeare so Mon have died and women to and Worms have eaten them but not for a new York recorder. Most stories Are read tor pleasure but the Tribune offers $500 to the woman girl who guesses the ending a scorned to the the Flower love. Lies bleeding. Cleveland Plain loftily a i bring to you dear Mabel the love that tills the heart to overflowing that fills the soul with Sineff Ceable ecstacy that croons its Sweet secret to the Pale Silvery Moon As she Joi Orneys across the starlit Meadows blues a Mabel emphatically a and i want the love that tills the heart with Energy and the pores with sweat that guides the Hammer against the steel and the foot against the Spade that packs Home a Ham every saturday night and sees that there is plenty flour in the House he alas another fool modern woman skilled labor. told that most prescription Cost Little nothing to make up. Druggist yes but we charge for deciphering the penmanship and translating the latin. The weather. Indications for today and the record for yesterday. Ohio showers in Southeastern portion fair in Northwestern portion slightly cooler in Southern and Western portions West to North winds. Kentucky fair in Western portion showers in Eastern portion variable winds. Indiana fair Light northerly winds. Cincinnati july 21.�?an area Low pressure is passing eastward Over the Lake regions causing Rains and thunderstorms in that Section and in portions the Ohio Valley. An area High pressure with cooler weather is approaching from the Northwest and now overlies a portion the Missouri and upper Mississippi valleys. The warm weather extends across the country northeastward from Southern Texas to the new7 England coast. In the area covered by the warm wave the temperature has been 90 Deg. And Over today. Numerous thunderstorms have occurred during the Day. But the rainfall has been comparatively Light. The heaviest fall was at Galveston where 1.44 Inch fell during the Day Santa be new Mexico Palestine tex., and Atlanta ga., report the next heaviest where .68 Inch fell at the first mentioned place and .62 Inch at the other two. _ Cincinnati record for the Day and compared with corresponding dates the last three years time. . 8 am30.07 74 80 s. 0 it. Clady. 8 p.m30.00 81 72 s. .04 it. Clady. 1895. 1894. 1893. 189s. Maximum temperature. 91 74 86 86 minimum temperature. 71 68 68 71 average temperature. 81 71 77 78 precipitation .04. 02 t 0 statement showing the conditions temperature and precipitation at Cincinnati for the Day and since january 1, 1895. As compared with the general average Normal temperature for july 21--- 78 Deg. Excess for the Day. 3 Deg. Accumulated deficiency since Jan. 1. 515 Deg. Normal precipitation july 21.09 in. Deficiency for the day�?z-09 in. Deficiency since january 1. S. S. Bassler. Local forecast official. Yesterdays temperature record As shown by the thermography the roof the custom House was As follows 7 a.m�4 1 p.m90 9 a 32 3 p.m85 11 .,87 5 $ temperature stations. Tern. Buffalo n. Y 72 Cleveland. Indianapolis ind84 Chicago 111> Duluth. Minn68 st. Vincent Milos City. Mont78 Helena. Mont b8 Cheyenne yo.6b Pueblo. Cop68 Concordia Kan. .80 st. Louis to 86 Sioux City la.74 Valentine. Neb68 Memphis. Tenn 82 elsewhere. Stations. Tem. Pittsburg. A 86 Cincinnati. O 80 Springfield. Ill 84 st. Paul minn.70 Moorhead. Mnn68 Bismarck. N. D 64 Havre Mont 64 Lender Wyo so Denver. Col 66 Dodge City. Kan74 Kansas City Davenport. La 78 Omaha. Neb.74 Pierre s. D. 74 new Orleans la74 Jacksonville.

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