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Cincinnati Tribune (Newspaper) - October 09, 1893, Cincinnati, OhioTribune. S instruction Kentucky a wonderful election Lew. Col Nelson is a in to grand testimonial to sex collector cum ignore a Newport Covington Bellevue and Dayton. The citizens movement Nav not escaped persistent misrepresentation. In that it is like similar movements in other cities and like them it is the beginning the time when party lines will be the secondary consideration in municipal affairs. The democratic Council Covington has a Republican president in the person Richard p. Ernst and neither the City nor the Council has Ever regretted the selection. But with the Aid persistent misrepresentation the citizens movement some the party leaders to whom the attainment office is the underlying principle party have brought that most wonderfully constructed election Law Kentucky which few understand and none can explain and which could have been appropriately entitled a an act to nullify the right judge Helm in his decision in Tbs mandamus cases said that the remedies proposed for the multiplicity elections and the dissatisfaction with the method voting were single annual elections and the secret ballot. The election Law could find no Way to interfere with the former so it proceeded by a Mients voted for candidates the Republican the democratic tickets. It prohibits Tbs clerk from putting the poll books the Nama a candidate a party unless that party at the last preceding general election cast at least 2 per cent the total vote cast. It would be no Avail to represent to the clerk that a new question had Arisen demanding a new party his refusal would de based the election Law and the Only Way left open to get the name the candidate the ballots would be by petition signed by a certain number voters graded according to the office but not As the candidate a party though the party represented a majority the voters the state Kentucky. Under the election Law there can be but two parties in Kentucky and no new party formed. Another outrageous provision is that which prohibits the clerk from placing the name a candidate More than one a candidate be nominated for an office by a petition citizens and also by a political party Bis name can Only be printed one ballot. The object and the result Are not hard to see. As it would have been too palpably a violation constitutional rights to enact that no candidates name should be placed the ballots unless he papa Democrat a Republican the legislature devised the scheme nominating by petition but in the same article it provided that if he should be Aiso nominated by a convention is must notify the clerk his Choice ballots. In other words the candidate is whipped into the party traces Thust suffer the penalty having his name left off a ticket headed by a rooster an Eagle and go before the people with the knowledge that the usual method the voter when he gets into the Booth is to put a Cross Mark under one the other Bird and go out. The system voting is so milk because the manner in which the e Tion Law has pretended to carry out t simple and admirable provisions the Constitution that tha average voter if he scratches at All. Does so in. Fear Ppd trembling for the Fate his vote. In framing the election Law the legislature in its determination to prevent popular expression forgot however the intelligence the people Ana that when they Are aroused it is the part Wisdom to get out the Road. The party lash is being applied in both parties the statement is being made and it is True that the name a candidate can be placed one ballot and no More. But the open and Manifest determination party leaders to compel party nominations is Only arousing the citizens to greater efforts. If any one imagines that colonel Nelson Isnit in the race for mayor and in the race to win with the Good the City Newport at hi3 sole object that person is badly mistaken election Laws Ana party manipulations to the contrary a act withstanding. A doctor and a cowhide. Augustus Gwynn is a coloured disciple Galen with an office Columbia Street and Carrie Harvey also color is was one his patients. Last saturday Carrie a ought and obtained a prescription from Gwynn the effects which were by no Means pleasant and anything but what she yesterday being sufficiently Eta from the pile gravel and Sand wed along the sidewalks is simply into Erbie the gutters Are Tom out the catch basins stopped up and t he residents appear he Ruttei pred up and entry without Relief until . Trapp a Good pleasure moves him to do something. Quot halts Day was observed yesterday at st. Paul a German evangelical Church a _ the Sermon was by the Pas tor Rev. J. G. Mueller and the choral ser eighth Street. Vices by the Arion Maenner Chor. A a the literary club was reorganized for the Winter last saturday at the residence mis Lucy King de Moss. The next meeting will be held at the residence miss Lucy Young october 21 at 7 p.m., and All members Are earnestly requested to be present. The health Board has ordered that All children attending school must be vaccinated within the next two weeks. The order is imperative and unless complied with the children will be sent Home. William Williams an old resident Newport and for Many years a Steamboat cock the lower Ohio and Mississippi died yesterday at his residence 415 West birth Street where the funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 clock. There Are Strong indications that e. G. Lohmeyer will be the Republican candidate for mayor. Or. Lohmeyer is considering the advisability making the rate Andje he starts in it will take a mighty Good Man to head him off. Last saturday the courthouse commissioners awarded the sewerage contracts for courthouse connections to James Mclane. Bids for remodelling the sidewalks York Street in front the Square will be received by the commissioners up to next wednesday. Taa. Lamp exploded last evening in the residence mrs. Porter York Between fourth and fifth streets. Mrs. Porter Pinck ily threw it out the window and no damage was done except to the lamp. The democratic City executive committee resolved yesterday to require All candidates who desire to go before wednesday s convention to appear before the committee at Langstone shall this evening and officially announce their determination to submit their claims to the convention. A Man from Cincinnati while standing the running Board a fort Thomas car was struck by one the poles which the wires Are Strung near the Highland Avenue crossing yesterday afternoon and was knocked off onto the other track and Cut about the head and shoulders. He was Able to pick himself up and walk to fort Thomas but declined to give his name. One the passengers however said the injured Many a name was John Edwards. Ted. I very a she sought a cowhide and a Friend in the person mag Tracy. Together they visited the doctor and after a preliminary skirmish words Carrie produced the cowhide and the fun commenced course the doctor yelled and loud enough to be he Ard at police Headquarters. Officer Hun Delinao ran Over and separated the infuriated combatants and marched them to Headquarters where a charge disorderly conduct was put against them and the cowhide locked up As a witness. The two gave Bond for their appearance this morn Ning. Gwynn declined to leave the Safe Harbor the office until the two women were out sight. Prize at fort Thomaa. Tie attendance yesterday at fort Thomas was immense. In addition to guard mount and dress Parade the Silver and Bronze medals were distributed to the successful contestants in the recent matches at the Range. The first prize a Silver medal was awarded to sergeant Lazear company a the second to Corporal Obenchain company a the third to Corporal be hunk company a and the fourth to lieutenant Haggard sixth infantry. The second third and fourth prizes were Bronze medals. In to win. Quot i was in the race for mayor from the moment i was nominated and i will continue in it until the polls close and in it to win a said colonel Nelson yesterday to the Tribune. Quot i intend to make a Public race and a Lively race discussing matters in which the City Newport is interested with my opponents no matter who they May be. Covington a compliment. Magnificent banquet and substantial tokens esteem tendered sex collector Gumin Gore. Sex collector Cumi Gore was the surprised recipient a banquet and a magnificent a liver service comprising 200 pieces. The affair came off saturday night there being present in addition to the Revenue Force about fifty invited guests including . Cum in Gore a successor Alex. Davezan Esq. The presentation speech was by t. B. Matthews Esq., for Many years in the Revenue service and his Effort was not a Whit behind his acknowledged Powers. But it is nothing but the simplest Justice to say that nothing that was said and nothing that was done was beyond what was due to . Cum ignore. His record As an official has never been excelled in Kentucky a state where the duties internal Revenue collectors Are Many and difficult. To his High standing As an official . Comingore added the address and sincerity the True gentleman and he leaves the Public service for private pursuits with the esteem and Confidence not Only his associates but his political opponents. In accepting the testimonial it was Manifest that his heart was travelling faster than his words yet All that he said was said gracefully and there was nothing truer than his concluding sentence addressed particularly to his employee quot we retire from office with integrity other presentations were a Superb desk and Chan to chief Deputy Grof thrasher and an elegant pair opera glasses to miss Rosenbaum the stenographer the office. A very Graceful not was the presentation to colonel and mrs. Comingore a Basket Flowers by colonel Davezan. The invited guests were colonel Davezan Richard p. Ernst Bush Foley mayor Thomas a. Degginger w. T. 8. Rich t. B. Matthews g. H. Davison Emil Deisz major Robbins G. Wallingford Daniel Riggs h. V. Sampson de Alden Lou Degginger Louis Tishauer w. H. Lyons Taylor gos Glass r. W. Mcreynolds e. M. Nixon j. A Orrl Thomas s. Reed toy Lor Horn j. M. Douglass Orr Thomas s. Reed Lay Herbert Thomas Vetah Clarence Willis h Bryant Steve 8olar, Fred sell Alex. Cline George m. Dickey e. Era. Johst p. Ernst a. M. Earle g. M. Thrasher R. Smith e. H. Mcginty e. E. Walker amp m. Earle r. H. Conway miss Stella Ransom and miss Jennie Rosenbaum. Abbott. M. Earl the Barbers shut every Barber shop in the City was closed yesterday not Only the front doors but also All the others. The sunday closing Law for the Barbers went into effect Ana was enforced yesterday. It was thought that the Law would be tested but nope the scrapers a the and Peter Thornton for president the school Board and j. M. Southgate for trus tee the water works. Say likewise. Will Start us. Assurances Are Given that the Anchor nut and Bolt works will Start up in full Force about october 10. The works Are being put in thorough repair and give employment to Over 300 men. The Start not Only will be material Benefit to Newport workmen but it is a Good sign the passing hard times. / a at st. Staphens a Church. Tomorrow at 9 clock at st. Stephens Church . Joseph Maschnot Dayton and miss Mary Schmees this City will be married by the Rector Rev. J. Merschman during a nuptial mass. After the ceremony the wedding breakfast will be served at the residence the Bride Berry Avenue. In the evening a reception will be held after which the Happy couple will leave a wed diff trip and take in the worlds fair. Minor important mention. Miss Flora Hockett is visiting her sister at notre Dame Convent Washington d. C. A a a pm undid Gray horse is at no. 1 a a engine House trial As the successor to Billy the kicker. Maps. Colonel Jackson 8an Francisco is visiting her sister mrs. James Smith wet fifth Street. The ladies st. Johns German protestant Church will give a Coffee at the Parson-1 age next thursday evening. The Young women a Guild st. Paul a p. A a a Church will give a Coffee next wednesday at the residence Rev. Reverdy still. Itts stated authority close friends Paris Brown Esq., that he will not be a candidate for mayor Befu be the democratic convention. Eugene Nestell was arrested yesterday by officer run Efelder for using insulting language i n be ladies who were walking up German meet. W for . Mayor adj jerking fined Oscar Schoemaker the sneak thief $10 and costs saturday for the theft a lot Silver spoons from Miller Monument Street. Tax ministers Union Newport meet in the study the first Baptist Church tomorrow morning at 10 clock the Call Rev. E. G. B. Mann president. Law incr Raabe. The contractor Drew $122 from the German National yesterday to pay off his men but when 0 clock struck the Money be found . Raabe having lost it. Ninth Street Oast Columbia has been Tom up for a solid month by contractor John Trapp who Rives no a quot a getting Down to work his contract for the recon a traction the Street. The dust the who were not in favor sunday closing thought the matter testing the Law wort standing an arrest for. Some the 5 cent shaving shops were averse to closing As their business was largely increased by keeping open but contrary to the expectation their patrons every shop was closed and the doors barred. The Law is generally accepted As a Good thing for the Barbers and they Are Well satisfied with it. No falling off in Trade is looked for As the the customers who were in the habit getting shaved sunday were nearly All hand Friday saturday to Haye their wants attended to. A. A troubles in the sheriffs office. The continued illness sheriff Wilson and the recent difficulties experienced by the courts in having papers promptly executed has compelled a change in the sheriffs office. It is Only fair to say that the financial affairs the office Are in first class condition but the office needs a head and sheriff Wilson a health precludes him from giving his personal attention to the duties imposed him. In this condition affairs the sureties sheriff Wilson have selected officer Thomas Dunn to take charge affairs and he will give Bond and be sworn in this morning. A better selection Oouida not have been made. Or. Dunn has been faithful to every Auty Ever imposed him and will see to it that the executive the court is kept in training for All emergencies. Tha Stone Quarry plan. It is stated Good authority that three Hundred Idle men will be put to work in the quarries the Hill West town this morning. The men will be Given employment paid at the rate fifty cents a Perch for All rocks quarried. Although the move is a Good one its face yet it will hardly prove a feasible be vencient one As no a but experienced Quarry men can expect to make living wages at the work which is the hardest and most trying kind. The expense incident to putting these men to work will also be a matter no Small consideration As fully $500 will have to he expended in tools alone beside the Cost teams and Drivers to cart the rocks away. However the intention is Good and the plan should be carried out. Moro indictments. The grand jury reported the following indictments saturday Charles Wright and Harry Woods grand larceny we. Moore unlawful shooting. The a be Charles Williams charged with rescuing a prisoner was discharged by the grand jury but was referred Back to them by judge Cleary. The cases Lackey Keating and Fred Davis Are set for tomorrow. Charles Ross a Barber was fined $2 for contempt court. He had been summoned As a witness in the Case the state against William Mcdonald but failed to appear. A number important cases will be up before the grand jury today. In Tho circuit court. Suit was filed in the circuit court saturday by John Lichtwald against Catherine Carrot for $2,1 12, due a mortgage and for the Sale property in Bromley to satisfy the debt. Or. Muller Assignee filed suit against the Western foundry company and sheriff Wilson for tue recovery # lot a i found implements. At it a a a minor personal mention. Done to neglect to Register. October 10 will be the last Day. There was a Large attendance at the meeting the unemployed workingmen Covington at Turner Hall yesterday afternoon. The county and City democratic a executive committee meet tonight at the courthouse to Complete arrangements for the primaries to be held the 20th. The marriage Constable Tom Keating Justice Mclaughlin office and miss Mamie Blair Ward Avenue is announced the wedding to take place the 25th this month. A Little son officer Ben Klare met with a distressing Accident saturday while hanging behind a Wagon his was acc Dently caught in one the wheels and broken near the wrist the will Catharine Bramlage was admitted to probate in the county court yesterday. She gives $300 for masses and the rest her property equally divided among her children. A t William Matheou called at police Headquarters yesterday and had warrants issued for the arrest Dick and Jake Craig charging them with breast the peace. A the men live in Oklahoma where the assault which was caused by the dispute Over a woman was made. Jake Creig was arrested by officer Feldhaus Bat his brother Dick could not be found. Orner Handel yesterday arrested Louie Reed a coloured Toan living at 53 East seventh Street. Reed has been wanted by the police for some Days the charge using abusive language and disorderly conduct entered against him by Hie wife but he could not be found. Bellevue. Meet at Bailee a opera House Friday George the eight year old Eon Tom Wenderoth the Cigar manufacturer Fairfield Avenue Tell from the horse . Yeckel while taking it to water yesterday and was stepped upon by the animal which resulted in the poor Little Fellows being badly broken near the Elbow and it is feared the boy will have a stiff Elbow joint for life. A bold attempt at Highway robbery was at Tempe by two negroes Jerome Ballance Berry Avenne when he was coming from Cincinnati saturday night about 10 30 clock. He was held up by the two men both armed with revolvers at Taylor Bottoms Culvert but ran and they fired twice fortunately without effect. Chief police Ratliff and officer Peak hearing the shots several squares away hurried to the scene but when they arrived they had disappeared in the direction the River and could not be found. Another attempt was made to burglarized the storeroom . Reinhold the butter dealer saturday night but the thieves were disturbed by mrs. Reinhold and her brother. They secured nothing. Or. And mrs. Snook Lafayette and division Street leave for the worlds fair and a couple months visit to friends in Missouri t tils morning. U a Epworth league will give Afine entertain Lent al evening. The Sailboat race Between Robert Rogers and Joe Mccann Drew a big crowd to the River Bank yesterday afternoon. The race was from Bellevue to the works above Dayton and was won by Rogers after an exciting race by a boats length. The registration record last saturday was precinct a 142 precinct a 110 total registration for both Days precinct a 457 precinct a 360 grand total 817. Mrs. Fortmeyer Ana . Albert Meyer Are among the arrivals from the worlds fair and Mahlon harms left for the fair saturday night. 5 the quot Wina Mill report a prize fight last saturday night printed in a sunday paper is without any foundation whatever it was said to have taken place in a barn but there is no barn in Bellevue. The dramatic league under the Lead prof. Duffey Newport will give an entertainment at Balkees opera House in the near future for the Benefit st. Anthonys Church. Miss Anna Motz and miss Kate Mader will take the leading parts. The infant son . Ana mrs. Rennings Washington Avenue died saturday. The funeral took place at sacred heart Church yesterday and interment at st. Josephus cemetery Price Hill. Or. And mrs. Klocke have returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Fostoria The marriage . Win. H. Geis this City to miss Clara Washburn Newport is announced to take place october 24, at Newport. _ Dayton by. The meeting citizens at the Odd Fellows Hall last saturday night was an immense Success. Or. T. A. Ca by called the meeting to order and Star John Trapp was voted chairman with a whirl. Chairman Trapp tersely reviewed the sad financial history the City now and in the past. He then pointedly stated that the object the meeting was to protest against any political party ticket for the reasons mentioned and that any Man in the Hall who had so far forgotten his duty As a citizen Day ton As to have sworn allegiance to a political party ticket in the City election would perforce be treated As a nonentity. The chairman then asked for a declaration the order business and at this stage the proceedings some half dozen extreme partisans presumably feeling that they were the no entities referred to filed out the Hall. It was then promptly decided that the meeting the political complexion which was one third democratic and two thirds Republican proceed to the nomination a citizens ticket. Or. T. A. Casey present president Council was nominated for mayor had no opposition and went through with a bang. Next came the nomination the City treasurer Goetze and clerk Hayward both whom went the ticket with ringing cheers. Then a Squire Anschutz and nominated for police 08 a 1 were put up for assessor and link secured mayor Mcclain were judge vote went 126 to s Mcclain. John q. Stone and a it in favor link jr., the nomination. John Dowd went the ticket As Jailer without opposition and the meeting proceeded in the Best humor to the nominations for Council and school Board. The selections were As follows first Ward Council Gilder aus and we. Forrester school Board a w. Lett and de Payne second Ward Council Louis Volk and Herman Joying school Board Charles Walz and m. T. Collard. Third Ward Council Alf Clarke and Charles true3dale school Board a. A. Montgomery and George Lusk. Fourth Ward Council j. D. Hewet son and John Humphreys school Board e. Weitkamp and j. A Compton the ticket is generally conceded to be a first class citizens ticket and judging from the fact that the meeting giving it birth was one third democratic and two thirds Republican the opinion is freely expressed that no party ticket will prevail against it. Or. Robert Mccance was Secretary. ,. Or and George Allerding Are at the worlds fair. Del. Douglas the artist spent yesterday with friends in the City. Peter Fox and family Are Back from Seymour ind. A . E. J. Orc newer Morrow 0., is the guest . And mrs. Bellangee Winston Street. Last weeks receipts the citizens loan and building society were $737.84, and the progressive received $581.83. The two Story Frame House front and Walnut occupied by George Lightfoot was totally destroyed by fire about 5 clock last night. The cause the fire was the careless use Coal Oil in starting a fire in the Kitchen stove. Damage $1,000. Or. All Clark had a figh Fry among the Willows saturday night whip was heartily enjoyed As the result Liberal provision by the Host. Norwood. The try Bune is for Sale at the drug store John l., and Leo Dressel and at the Hopkins Avenue station the c., Amp n. Railroad. News items for this column advertisements and subscriptions can be left at vines left dresses is. A. Fire broke out about 4 clock saturday morning from a supposed defective flue in the residence . Henry Raven Smith read. The Norwood Volunteer fire company responded promptly to the Call but were unable to save the building. The loss amounting to about $2,000, is partly covered by insurance a mrs. James f. Scott Elmwood place has returned Home after a three weeks visit with mrs. John Wenz Elat nere. A a a . And mrs. Vail Cheyenne wy., Are the guests miss Nellie Milburn Norwood Avenue. Mrs. Vail will be remembered by Many As miss Jessie Paden. F . Wiliiam Ball moved the Corner Webster and Hopkins avenues saturday morning. At 8 clock in the evening the same Day while passing along a Huston Avenue just a few rods North Hopkins Avenue he was held up by two highwaymen and robbed $7 Huston Avenue at this place is lined both aides by heavy underbrush and thickets. From these hiding places the robbers suddenly appeared before Ball. One covered him with a revolver while his partner quickly went through his pockets. Or. Ball is certain he can identify the men if he Ever sees them. Mrs. Ashley Lloyd mrs. H. C. Meader mrs. A n. Lloyd and miss Gardner left yesterday for another visit to the White City. Miss Annie Siane has returned after a most enjoyable visit to the worlds fair. Miss Lottie Failor entertains the entre Nous literary society thi evening mrs t. V. Fitzpatrick Hopkins Avenue died yesterday afternoon at about 1 30, alter a lingering sickness several months. A . A e. Bell Cincinnati visited . J. C. Cadwallager main Avenue yesterday. Hopkins Avenue was opened for use yesterday morning after having been closed for almost a year for the exclusive use the contractors. It is now one Norwood a finest drives if not thes Best. A a the Village Council meets tonight in special ses Sion. A a a Madisonville. Mrs. H. C. King gave a dinner last saturday evening in Honor . And mrs. Sart Ritchey. A miss Laura Ritchey new York is the guest her aunt mrs. Mary King. Mrs. Frank Light Montezuma and mrs. Elmer Latchum and daughter quot Malcolm la., Are visiting mrs. L. Mcmil past week Wiki Dubois a mrs Charles Hatden and son Lloyd Hare retained from Danville ry., where tit Yurt been spending the summer with the parents mrs. Holden. A a a . And mrs. W. C. Rogers and daughter doras left last Friday for the worlds fair. A mrs. L. B. Kinney has returned from Anong visit to new Columbus by. A miss Edith Schat Manof 3ifacon, ga., is being entertained by her Cousin miss Stella Blaney Peabody Avenue. Mrs. Tom Hail returned to Hep Home at Auburndale mass., last saturday after a pleasant three weeks visit with her parents . And mrs. W. W. Peabody. A the oratorio society will have no rehearsal tomorrow night. The next rehearsal will take place monday evening october 16. Or. A. 8. Butterfield jr., Evans Volle ind., made a Short visit the past week with his parents. Oxford. At the last meeting tote Oxford Farmers club mrs. Benham read a paper quot Orchis plants a miss Edith Brown gave a recitation and . Scott gave a recitation quot mad Anthony the discussion for the afternoon was a the care and feed Young . Bonham presided and . Mcclintock made the opening remarks. An interesting toot bail contest took place afternoon the University Campus Between the football teams Cincinnati University and Miami University. The last score was 24 to 6 in favor the Miami a. A. G work Colorado has resumed his studies at the University. The following notice to the Public been issued a the walnuts the University grounds Are for the use the squirrels. Any person found taking these nuts in any Way Mcl Esti the squirrels will be arrested and dealt with in the courts. Parents Are requested to inform their children this Law the trustees. Loafers and idlers Are also notified not to trespass upon the Campus. The Public is also notified that during the time athletic games the Campas will be exclusive Ana the athletic club is authorized to collect a Gate tee for admission to the games. Under the rules ladies will be admitted free. The Beta Theta i fraternity Miami University last week initiated three members. Misses Courtwright Lamb and Molyneaux after the initiation a banquet was served in the Beta Hall. A a a mrs. E. K. Beeks has returned to her Home in Washington d c., after spending the summer with her parents . And mrs. F. J. Cone. The Oxford Public school was closed thursday and Friday to enable the teachers and pupils to Visi the Butler coup try fair at Hamilton. Some theh eachers availed themselves the Opportunity to visit the worlds fair. Among them were Rev E. Yeaman miss Mary Grennan and miss Ida Nesselhauf. They were accompanied by miss Olive Golder and miss Susie Een. Havling a yesterday opened its doors to quot the prodigal the comedy has been much strengthened since it was last seen in Cincinnati particularly in the character Stanley Dodge As now played by . Harry Hotto. He doubtless is the embodiment the authors idea the character. His impersonation Dodge met with a constant Roar laughter. George Boniface jr., As Tom Breeze was excellent and his pitiful tale love told to his characteristic piano accompaniment together with his quot red hot Cannibal King Stamps him As an actor rare ability. In the second act quot the prodigal a it seemed As though George Boniface his father stood before the audience As in Days Yore. To be so Good an actor and the son so Good a father is a record that few Young dramatic aspirants can boast . Or. Gaston . Fitzsimmons . King Stone and . Caldwell were up to the average while Mies Macy and miss Neitli. In their minor parts were All that could be desired. But what a quot clippers is Litile Irene Franklin As Bird Ikins quot mammals Angel she is a wee Little lass but shows up in the comedy like a Diamond in a dudes Necktie. Miss Blanche Chaoman Ford As Dollie Bond was remarkably Good and was received with much applause. Last but by no Means least comes the Irish Queen Maggie Cline. Her reception was an ovation. She was called recalled and called again and carried everything by storm. She is simply great. If have inns door a a she is Isnit packed to the Cincinnati a theater going theater at the matinees is just As full As people oort every performance this week water will run up grand in the continuation a the girl i left behind me a Means eight More packed audiences at that House during the present week. The play has made a pronounced hit and is drawing the very Cream quot a ale. The at night and the Rich setting the play together with the excellent cast characters is a credit to All concerned. Of course there Are one two things in quot the girl i left behind me a that Are not exactly original but they Are Good and Good goods will drawcu8tom and Trade wherever offered. It will be about As difficult to get a seat this week at the grand after the rising the curtain As a bottle old Bourbon whisky inside a Kansas sewing Circle. The Walnut will be wide open to opera bouffe tonight. The lovers genuine comic opera Are the tiptoe expectation and quot Robin Hood will not disappoint them. It is coming to can Annati with an excellent Send off from everywhere in the Wake its production and promises to eclipse anything in its line heretofore seen. Jerome svets the sheriff Nottingham in quot Robin Hood a if we mistake not was the chief fun maker in the quot fencing e. S. Wentworth an English Tenor reputation in great Britain will fill the role Robin Hood As a Good englishman can so Well do. Wentworth Isa a Man Beauty a and an excellent vocalist. Agnes Delaporte is also newly from England hut her name sounds very much like one the excellent and talented ladies some years ago with the bostonian. ,. T w the name George reals is prominent in the present cast. He was also a valuable part a and parcel the famous bostonian. The names Richard Recci Edward Isham Ross David Ethel Balch and Agnes Stone Are also announced in the cast quot Robin Hood a All which do credit to the managers messes. Barnabee Karl and Mcdonald. Next week the charming Bessie Bonehill in Kohl and Middleton a regular season 1893-�?T94 was opened yesterday with an aggregation attractions surpassing anything Ever presented in a dime museum. Among the Many attractions this week is the a big headed boy a who has a cranium three times the size his body. He is fairly intelligent and plays musical instruments talks and enjoys himself with any Freak in the business. There is a educated Alligator a water Queen who eats drinks writes and gets along about As Well under water As some mortals do outside it. Besides a dozen More great attractions there is a performance in the big auditorium that Enas the 10 cents Worth with the greatest satisfaction. The Peoples was filled at both performances yesterday with Marie Sanger a company and the programme offered is better than anything the lady has Ever before offered. The different acts Are Well performed and the audience showed much appreciation by continued applause. This company will give two grand souvenir performances Friday matinee and night when each lady in Attu dance will receive a piano copy the popular song a my the Fountain has departed from the comic opera Field and will henceforth produce the very b36t variety Talent in the Market. Yesterday afternoon and last night was an excellent opening for the new departure Olaen two Good houses welcomed Clark and Williams own specially company and a Pinta the Lime Light skirt Danseuse. Messes. Clark and Williams in their nurses and Coachmen were Good and the six Pardos Are without a doubt the Best trick bicycle and unicycle riders Ever sen in America. Their Ages Range from a baby 2 years old to the father and Mother perhaps 35. They Are wonderful. The Hughes t. B. And Sal lie Are Graceful and introduce As claimed the Only lady in the world doing a Forward somersault through a hoop. Graham the Mon Logist the Brothers Ashton miss Violet st Clair Lang and Rosa Are All excellent and the show went with extra ordnary applause. Papinta introduces a Lime Light skirt dance that is de Block rightfully entertaining. She uses a background and three revolving lights giving sort prismatic variety colors winding up with a regular stereo Timon show throwing the View Ajun a White ground made by her revolving shifts which is novel to say the least the programme ends with quot our Mamed introducing messes. Clark and Williams and a full cast characters. The Fountain has a Good show this weak. The Campobello operatic concert company appeared before a disgracefully Small audience at the Pike last evening. While the organization is not one the greatest its kind it certainly deserved a better patronage. The first act a a Faust was Given in costume with . William forage As Faust and . De. Knight As mephisto each acquitting himself cred any. Signor Campobello whose Fine baritone voice has lost none its strength and sweetness Sang the familiar Toreador song from a Carmen and in response to an emphatic encore Sang Whites Ever popular Ballad a a love a mrs. A t. Carnes Soprano followed with an aria from quot la she is a fair Singer. At the risk making . Forage unpopular with the rest the company it must be stated that he made the hit the evening in his rendition Abts Beautiful quot very an Gene it embarrassment. He has a Fine Tenor voice and received two enthusiastic encores. Or. De Knight Sang Watson a Well known Ballad a anchored a and for an encore the equally Well known quot Friar order he has a Bass voice that is Cantante rather than prof undo and uses it much better than he uses his hands those ordinarily useful members Anatomy being apparently very much in the Way and consequently a great source to raiment to him. Miss Carrolyn Maxwell Soprano Sang quot i dreamt that dwell in Marble Halls a from quot Bohemian girl a and quot the last Rose she can scarcely be rated As better than fair to middling. The programme was concluded with the second act Donizetti a pretty quot Don Pasquale a with mrs. Carnes As Norina . Forage As Ernesto and 8ignor Campobello a Malatesta. The orchestra was carefully conducted by . Carl Martens. This evening the first act quot Faust will be repeated and a number scenes from quot Martha will be Given with mrs. Carnes in the title role miss Bella tomlins Nancy . Forage As Lionel . Knight As tristan and Signor Campobello As Plunkett. _ the Forepaugh show. It has arrived in town with an unusual collection strange things. The first four performance s by the fore Paugh shows at the Campus a grounds Bank Street will be Given this afternoon this morning the Parade will be made traversing the route already announced. The grounds were visited yesterday by Many people carious As to the routine circus ule. But Little could be seen a sunday is a Day rest among the showmen. The ool Lection animals is Fine and the Herd elephants is celebrated for its magnitude and the Fine training it has received. It is in charge George Arstingstall one the most celebrated trainers animals in the world the horses Are in splendid Condi Tion and will make a Fine showing in the Parade today. The circus performance with its acrobats its horses and its Downs is said to be an exceptionally Good one Anc. The hippodrome races excellent while the spectacle the american revolution reproducing in living pictures the great his Foric scenes that gave the nation life has raised the entire performance far above the level the usual exhibition under Canvas. The reserved seats Are actually numbered chairs and May be bought this morning for any the four performances at Hawleys Vine Street. Quot half j loaf is great Redd so i weather Clear and warmer. At 0 . Yesterday there were 7 feet inches water in the Channel. At noon the depth water was 7 feet 9 inches. By Nightfall the Guage had gone up to 7 feet 11 inches. The work testing the plates for the boilers the new mail line Steamer has been completed by inspector Ruggles Louisville. Out the seventy two plates examined not one was rejected. Or. Rug Gles says that this has not happened before during his term office. On saturday it became known in Cincinnati that the propeller Pilgrim had been burned at Hartford. She was owned . Captain m. Brown and is a total loss wit $5,000 insurance. Captain w. R. Shaw superintendent the Cincinnati wharf boat has been delighted by becoming a grand papa for the second time. A son and heir has App in the family his daughter mrs. John Homan Tusculum. Captain Royal Hart has brought Home his Bride from a honeymoon ten weeks Long. They have been about everywhere Between Cincinnati and the Pacific not forgetting the worlds fair. The Only boat out from Cincinnati sunday was the Telegraph at Soofi for Louisville. Captain Charlesw. Drown traffic Man Ager the red River line steamers who has been in Cincinnati with his family during the past few Days left last night tor the worlds fair. Captain j. W. Ailes Pittsburg is in town. Commodore f. A. Laidley returned saturday from Chicago. Captain Gottlieb Hartwig is in town Short visit to his family. He will return before Long to his work upon the govern ment improvements the lower Ohio. Captain r. C. Crowthers has gone to Pittsburg for i vacation. River news by wire. A kit Buitt w. Va., oct. 8.�?Elver 8 feet 8 inches falling. Clear pleasant. A Mabietta o., oct. 8.�?River 2 feet i inches. Stationary Clear. _ v Catlett Bimbo ky., oct. 8.�?Ohio Elver 8 feet 8 inches and falling. Weather Clear and pleasant. The Congo Down 1 80 p. M. Sandy Elver rising slowly. About spiders. How they make their webs some the Moat curious species. A spiders web is a curious and Beautiful thing. The spinning organs Are tiny tubes and the threads Are a White Sticky liquid which hardens at once As it is forced out. When the spider begins to make a thread it presses the end its tube against some object to which tha liquid Sticks. Then it moves away and the thread is formed just As you form a rope when you pull molasses Candy. Different kinds spiders make different kinds webs. The Gossamer spider silk is useful to the owner in various ways. It May be a rope another can almost quot Fly a that is be so buoyed up in the air and wafted along by the Breeze that it seems to Fly. Astronomers have found it useful too for it takes the place a wire in some their most delicate observations where even the finest wire would be too coarse. The Cross spider is so called account the White Cross its body. The name has nothing to do with its disposition. There is a spider that spins a web under water but this is for a nest and not for a net in which to catch other insects As Are most spa Era a webs. The nest is made the principle a diving Bell and in order to get air tor its Home the spider carries Down a Bubble at a time and sets it free beneath the Bell. Other spiders live in holes in the ground and make Clever Little trap doors Over their nests the sting the Tarantula a name derived from Taranto a town Southern ital the most venomous spiders was popularly supposed to produce a disease called quot Taran tim a which could be cured Only by music dancing and the dance which cured it was called the you can see peasants dance the Tarantella now but with out waiting for spider . Nicholas. M last excursion. Another magnificent Opportunity to be afforded by the Tribune management to visit the worlds fair at Chicago. On thursday october 12, the Tribune will run the last cheap excursion to the White City giving All those who have not yet witnessed the marvelous sights the fair another Opportunity to go at a very cheap rate. $7.00 is the Price a round trip ticket Good for ten Days. Tickets Are now Sale at the Tribune office. Pianos. New upright pianos reduced to $185. Come and eee them. Our assortment is the largest and finest any House in the United states and consists such makes As a stei23�?owj&.�?~y\ the Standard the world re Weber Gildemeester Kroger a Chickering Kurtz Mann the genuine Lindeman dec sons new York Stuy Vesant Schaeffer and others. F everything goes regardless Cost. Watch the morning papers. Bach Day we will offer one piano at a special sacrifice Price. Correspondence solicited. A two sent stamp May save you Iloo the Purchase a piano. Special bargains for tomorrow a new upright piano for $140. Pith amp h1vimi�� Crawford. Ebersole amp Smith. I <2 Dpi 11 a fil Auff to buy Sheet mule and music books a Best editions a from the George b. Jennies be. Wedding gifts Art pottery in Large variety. Hawkers american deep Cut class. Most Brilliant any in the country. Singe pieces in sets. Jardiniere new shapes and de is Rabie tints in colors. From $1,25 up Best selection to est values in City. The Tice amp West . 139 and 141 w. F0�ort is civilized Man failing. A Book arguing that the educated race la tottering to its fall. Or. Max Nord amp a who some years ago excited the attention Europe by his Book quot conventional lies has just seen the publication the second and final volume his remarkable work quot in Tatung a the Learned doctor is a hungarian who lives in Paris and Nordau is Only an assumed name. The purpose the strange and fascinating Book is to show the degeneracy the european races As revealed in Art and literature that now prevail in Europe. The writer starts with an analysis the real meaning quot Fin de Siscle a for which phrase he would substitute a a fun de race a As he argues with reason that a Century is not like an animal in birth growth and death. He then devotes considerable attention to mysticism As shown by the writers that followed the pre Raphaelite school in England Rossetti Swinburne by Tolstoi in Russia by the decade uts and symbolises in France As Verlaine Marie me Pella an Rollin acc and by such a musician a Wagner against whom the writer is hot in his Wrath. Then Ibsen Baudelaire Huysmans Zola and Nietsche Are discussed at length. Even Oscar Wilde is treated seriously. E Nordau rests his arguments upon the studies the modern French Ana italian specialists in nervous disorders insanity and crime and the Book it dedicated appropriately to Lombroso. He finds in the characteristics the writers and musicians named the symptoms that stamp hysterical men and women for King Lear was not the last hysterical men indeed the specialists today claim that male hysterical patients outnumber the female he finds even hogs. 7,988 9,561 10,068 v 6,096 5,766 6,985 Shi up 8,8 7,27 9,86 7,68 6,8 5,82 such men As Ibsen it al. To sympathetic readers. A the causes these symptoms thus revealed in writers and readers Are attributed by Nordau to the present conditions life in Europe. He asserts that men and women the a be. Are handicapped at by the irritating food and drink and Stimus air Start by heredity Lanta the men and women before them and that the handicapped in turn constantly overestimate themselves. Such bodies cannot contain sane minds nor can the minds endure the grand simplicity classic models in Art and literature. The manias literary Hunters after style Delight them they find Comfort in the expression a a thought rather than in the substance thought their inordinate egotism provoked by insane Yesai so Strong doses Zola their hysteria is turned into Lively pleasure when they listen in the music Wagner for the Climax that never comes. Such a Book As quot degeneracy is not undoubtedly without exaggeration but it is a a tier tonic. It nor claims Ibsen Zola and Wagner is a masterly specimen sane analysis it abounds in irony wit and common sense. Furthermore the Book is an encyclopedia the strange literary and artistic mannerisms the last fifty years As Well As an Index to the equally curious literature inspired by the recent discoveries in the science mental alienation. A translation would be positive Benefit although the Reading it would Stirt the feelings chasers chimeras and followers Boston journal. Uruu a was a Yuvi doubt edly without Eagger wholesome Strong and Oil Daub a examination the Othote mad King. The one insane Monarch who now occupies a european throne King Otho a Varia show no symptoms recovering from his mental malady. I am told that he has Lucid intervals which Are very Brief and occur but rarely and it is As Well for these fleeting gleams reason Only serve to make the poor Man miserably unhappy for while they last he realizes his own wretched condition to the full. Everything is done to amuse and interest him in his Ordinary state which is that hopeless As Well As danger Ous insanity. He spends his Days in unceasing occupation an insignificant and mechanical nature. At one time he worked from morning till night in rolling cigarettes. Then be took to peeling potatoes and bushels upon bushels them were provided for his amusement. Of late his favorite pastime is by no Means such an inoffensive nature. He has taken to shooting peasants and will sit All Day Iong with his gun at the window waiting for this new kind game which to exercise his skill even this Freak his guardians have contrived to satisfy without injury tsi an v one his subjects. His gun is Load Insixi de in his presence As he always insists upon seeing the powder and shot duly put in but for the latter hib attendant substitutes dried p0orders have been Given that no person shall be allowed to pass along the Road in front his dwelling lest King Otho should fire upon him her and be driven quite wild by seeing Bis intended victim walk off unhurt butt stated intervals a Man in a peasants garb makes his appearance the Road. The King takes and fires and the Man drops Down to All appearances dead. The supposed body is removed by the Ruarks and some hours later the performance is rep a Elt a to immense satisfaction his majesty. The make believe peasant is a figurant from one the minor Heaters Munich. Generally he simply drops hearing the shot and remains motionless but occasionally he varies the performance by dying very hard turning re Uhd two three times before he Falls and then expiring in terrific convulsions a catastrophe that always greatly interests the Royal select school 184 Locust Street. Walnut Hills miss W. perfume. Most our perfumes come from Flowers Are made in imitation the scents Flowers so Attar roses by a common consent ranks at the head the list perfumes. Other preparations from roses too hold a High place and have Long been esteemed. Rosewater is historic. When Sal Adin entered Jerusalem in the twelfth be Iury he had the Walls the mosque Omar washed in it. But Attar Oil is by far the most precious and most Pri All. An Eastern Prince will present to honoured guest Rich jewels nil monds and then Ada As the rarest All Crystal bottle filled with this priceless e sence. Additional markets. / live Stock Market. Cincinnati o., october 7,1898. Receipts and shipments for the past week As compared with the previous two weeks Are follows v. Receipts cattle. September 28 8,089 september 80.----8,284 october to. 8,692 shipments quot september 28 658 september 80 768 october to 1,145 Cattlin receipts cattle during the Pas week show a total 8,692 against 8.284 to previous week and 4,976 the Corres ondi week last year. Despite the increase near 500 head compared a with the week before t Supply was barely up to the wants the Trade and there has been but Little variation in pric since monday when the Market opened with general Strong tone and a alight Advance i Tomc instances. Good shipping cattle hav been very scarce and in fact even top Quality butchers cattle have been scarce and Short the local demand causing medium and fal stocks to sell somewhat better mainly a count a Good demand from Slop feeders f steers weighing from 1.000 pounds to 1,2 sounds at about 18.26 per 100 pounds. Today saturday. As usual 4here is not much business but the whole Market looks Strong with the exception extreme Low grades and prices a quotable firm at the following Range Shippe Good to Choice 84.10a4.50, common to fair $8.5 a4, extra Good to Choice i8.25a4, common fair 81.50a8, select Butcher 8.90a4, extra 84.2 fair to Good $sai.65,common. 82a2.76, Good Choice heifers 83a8.66, common to fair 81.75 82.85, Good to Choice cows 88a8.25, fair medium i2.15a2.90, common and thin to stuff hal.78. Stocker 82a8.25, feeders 88a8.2 yearling and grazing calves 82a8.25. Bull so during the fore part the week the was an excessive Supply and prices consider Bly lower. Subsequent to wednesday feed took a Good Many bulls for Slop feeding at 82.1 a2.85, causing prices to Advance today Satu Day. With a Good demand for feeding and Lorna bulls the Market is quotable firm at following quotations Butcher and Shi 82.60a8, Bologna 2.15a2.60, thin and 81.76a2.15, feeders 82.15a2f85. Milch cows the Supply Milch cows wednesday has exceeded the demand prices have averaged 88 to 86 per head off which the Market declined and closed weak Day. Extra 845a50, Good to Choice 880a42.1 fair to medium 817.50a28, common 8l0al5. Veal calves receipts calves during past week were 1,078 head against 170 h the week before. Under the increased ret prices gradually went Back and today a show a loss fully 81 to 81.50 per cwt pared with the closing values last week tra 86a6.26, fair to Good Light 85a5.75,< and Large 88a4.75. Hoosz the receipts and shipments during t a 10,065 end 6,9f 9.561 head Recer the preceding and 18,857 head received and 11,856 is the corresponding week last year. The que the Stock is not As Good As heretofore and eludes Only a moderate proportion Cho medium and heavy weights while the Tatum immature and Grassy hogs keeps increase ii prices advanced 10c to 15c so that Best head and Light qualities sold up to 66.90 yest to and today but the arrivals today sold at a is easier prices and the general Market Finis rather tame in sympathy with the Adverse ports from other Western markets. Select 1 and prime butchers 86.75ad.90. Fair to packers 86.40ac.75, common and rough i a6.25, fair to Good Light 86 50&6.90,fat pigs 86.1 a6.50, common to fair pigs 85.50a6. Sheep and lambs though the receipts is an increase about 2,000 head the Supply w not excess Vel prices did not vary much Una the last Day two when concessions 16 25c per 1-00 be were reported As shippers 1 things about their own Way. Stock Sheet Good Quality meet a better demand and Low grades sell More readily. Choice s heavy limbs Are rather scarce and in Mand and very few Good enough to h 84.50. Local butchers pay As High As ctr but the 84.26 for something butchers lambs sell at 88.26a8.76 saturdays receipts Are quite Light Ket finished barely steady with demand at the following prices extra but the bulk today and the m Only Mode yearling Wethers 88.76a4 Sheen Good to Choice As.65, common to fair 1.75a2.90, Stock ewes al lambs shippers 64.65a4.7i, Good to a 84a4.60, common to fair 88a8.90, butchers a4, extra 84.25, common and culls 82.50a8. The rugged chid is largely an a a outdoor product. Resh air a and exercise usually produce sound appetite and sound sleep. Sickly children obtain great Benet from. Scott a emulsion cod liver Oil with hypo phosphates a fat food rapid assimilation and almost As palatable As milk. Prepared by Beott 4 bowl. N. Y All 6raagrt. Received too late for cation. Cla8mkfx Waln Utthi ave., near Burn 7-room House with All modern improvements one Square from car lines rent in fit i Alnut Hills no. 488 Kemper Lane that desirable ten room dwelling. Apply h. Weston 25 West sixth st. Oc�-3i,,w etts st., no. 107�?House six rooms front Side and rear Yard in Good order. House open. B Kinney aye., no. 144-a Fine six rooms two halts two plastered porches and All modern conveniences 885 month near cars. Residence a a tiered fat tics

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