Page 1 of 2 Dec 1888 Issue of The Cincinnati Telegram in Cincinnati, Ohio

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 2 Dec 1888 in Cincinnati, Ohio and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The The Cincinnati Telegram.

Browse The Cincinnati Telegram

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 2 Dec 1888 The Cincinnati Telegram in Cincinnati, Ohio. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - December 2, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio •    •    '    vJ    .1.    ,    '    .■•-    I    ..    .    ■    ?>    .    ^    .    '    ’    . Telegram. OIKCINNATI, SUNDilY DECEMBER 2. 1888. “IT MÜST WIN. PrMldent Cleveland Interviewed On the Tariff. Th® If®«® Upon Which Damoorats wm wih In laea TlieJire«Kl«nt DenJea That He Will '    Go    to Enrope. He Will Leave WtMhinirton)^4 Take Up Ht« Residence In flUs NatlTo State, PoMlbly New Vork. In Iffnw Tom:, Dooembsr i—Tbe Wofld 'will print this moenlng »a Inlwvlsw wUb Preil-» émt Cleveland, In whicU be tarsi •Tariff refonn miMt win, becftote It iafflfht heliUb Interetts can notmncb longer dieoelve: tkt pooplr Tbe attack npon thew^ Interetts hr d>e MlUtBlll aitd.Uie DemooraUe poUer, cf wbteb it Was tbs exponent, rtdtetl an eu-onnout fund for use In the recent’ flection. The moQopollsti had. also, theplsnalhio side' of the argument, and thit, donbtlete, bad fu oáhot actong certain eletnciiU of our people ap thie great cootfet» •Thelarmere, particalarir, and cnrioDelr, seemed more aSeoted by It thaa tne work* iBfioe» tn tne uanafactufihc oentcra. Tbete láet bad been tfalnklnc of the fuettioa and debatís# it atnonf tbcmeelsee long befors It bfteaane •« promtMot In tbtc political contest The edtioetíoa of the farmers In the same dhwetioB wlU now be rapid. If the Republl* can leadert are able to iqalntaiQ their {Wlloy, Sf anneunecd in the Chicago platform and i^ the Benatc tariff bill, the defeat of tbelr party In itriU iaevitabla” ‘The Pneldent hoe decided np®n nothing after be ioavee the White Hotue, except that If te practtcally rsaolTcd that be will tell hie cftk View estateand andee so olnramataBeee , will be live In Washington. The report that he hke deterrutaed upon a visit to Bnrope le eh> ttreiy unfounded. It » ttucb more than probable that áe will buy a reeidenuo in New YoA. Ottj and wiu uve tbera ^ any event be wUi reside in New York 8)etek perhaps inT(« nswr »one eouatry Iowa, He does notexpeet to bo ealled npon I* mwro to pahUe Ufa those near to the Pfeeldeat,it ii lemraed that hie private income will be ®hi^td«,AM a ^eor, aadtUM ef hie wl|f from ^'Vi^ber Mr. Closaiand will resume ble iilaipiaetlee, probabw «s » eooenlttng law* , be bae sot, apparenU/j dftersot. li«0,noi),Ooa The total sewwiflents levied on Bliarehoidé-w was    of    which    less than •j..ieu,(KW were ooUectad. As to new legi^tlon thf Oomptrotler rte-ommendfetbe Ifmtngof outstuBdlng green-baokeln bosdeb«‘4rtng not over percent lutareet. svtulabie only Osa besie for National Bank cicesdatlOQi, and payable Upon tha, failure of the bank or its dlMolatfon, the Hecond National Bank Washington, to be^osferréd to New York; airhéMtta be redli¡|ñe$lat any agency. NO CORNIL FOR THEM. «X tHWiMMind Mldies Tbat WIU Vwt #ofN la the General phnt»|f«9ra. PiTjíBüEo, Pa., Deoemberl.—liif Koaon* gabela miners held a delegate cohYentloQ at Monongahela City today, and decided not to en-opefate with the big eoal operators, who art making an effort to have alt tba mines etoaed for thrw monttM. T^e fJUd nUpers of the river now claim that they are oa the eve of starvation and that theopsrators want to form a corner in the Bontbern coal marketa. REVOLUTION. HARRISON‘8 VIEWS. erWi not eerloualy adeoted by the near prospeet of re-ttrement trera the pleaenree of a aeml-ofll-dal position. 8be Is of a very affsble dispo-BlUoB, and if she is disappointed, gi'Tss no Biors sign then dees her hnsbsnd. H they go to New York City their boose-held there will undoubtedly be made by her «M of the most notable In the metropolis. Tbs widely-published stones as to the Pree-Idepfs tarid message of last December, and the alleged share In Its preparation by Mantón Marble, Henry Watterson, Hpeaker Carlisle and others, have been delared to this ansae friend by the President to be altogether MBtrne. Mr. Marble, he said, bad not only no share In prlparlng Use Saessuge, but no knowledge •1 Its purport nr of bis iatenUon to write and •end It to Congreak Neither Mr. Carlisle, nor Mr. W’atterson, nor any member of bis Cabinet, nor, in fact, tany one know ef bis Inteatlon la tblsrespeet oattl be read the first draft of the meaaage to his Cabinet, Secretary Wbltoey alone being aljseut. In thie connection it is also now said that Jtttoriisy General Gariand was tbs only Cabinet officer then present who offered any objection to the message. He recommended - warmly that the President adhere strictly to tba lines of the party platform of Itial Secretary W bitney, when be reached Washington and read the proposed mea-iage, frankly totd the Prvsiaeot that It would eertalnly lose New York to the party In the ooraiag •iMtioo. WOMAN DEFAULTER. Bototta Hftfir® Does Up Unol® Sam lor 10,600. Slie Harriedly Skips, Dnt Scope to Write Back That the Money Wee Loet In Specnlation. IlABkisepaa, Pa., December L--Mlas Xoletta Uage, wtaa has long been the head «tsrk in the Revenoe CoUeeiers* oflloe in tbis city has become a defaulter for |u,IO* and has left town. ShedisappsarsdonTbnrsday. On Friday bar brother, fermsriy tbs Deputy Callsctor nader tlie Arthur administration, washorrifisd to reoalvs a latter from hU •istar, msilsd In PbUsdt Iphta, In whleb she stated that she bad gone sway to «soaps troubla ■be Uitn went oa to say that she bed taken IMS of the aoveraiasofs funds and that Mie bad lost the most or it In spscala-Me®, The rsetut death of the Internal Rev-«■ue OMtector would have aeosMlteted the nsmiShtle® of the books and expoeed her. whiek psehaWy esuiwd her flight. Her peeu-IlMeeHihVtbasn going on for a year. Her hnaMaea MAe good the amoont today. TheSMiMsiMsdWn a sensation. PiM bUTIONAL tANKS. t»yip»nil,|ilpi IF Hie ■ffiMwiier. fV-'fkd flBwtul re- Ji ^ Ctmncy, le-MSSMflP,Siit|iMS IMSIIftM Ms The anmberrw He Favors the Aemlsiiton of Now Stntoe M>S an Bxtra CongMoe. Bpokamb FAtxs, Da*., December 1,—Private advices received by proBilnent Eepab-lieans from Indlanapolla near to Harrison. Indicate that ttae Presidentelect favors the Immediate ndmiulon of the Terntorlea as States, and an extra ses-4lon of Congress, provided the i^epnfotleaas have control of the Uousk PetitioiiB have otreulated here for the admlssioU of this Territory by Bepnolleans and Democrats alifca as it is not s party qoestlon. JUDGE SETTLE DEAD. Chairman of Oio Convention flMit Nominated Grant the heeond Tinao. PHitADSiiPHiA, Pa^ DeosmbeifL—Aiprivata telegram reeelved tbie afternoon f;x>ni Greensboro, 5. Gn anoouooes the death in Uiat ellg- tbh rooming of Judge Thomas kettle, aged fifty-six years, from nenralgta of the heart Judge Bottle was Judge of the United B tatos District Court for tbs Northern pistriflt of Florida and was obairman of the gooventlon whleb nominated General Oraot for the seoood t#r rm. A WRECK Delayn • on the Train Bix Honrs gonthem anliroad. I^e late train oa the Southern Railroad was between tlx and seven hours late last night, and dfd not arrive m the city till oon-siderabty after tl o’cleofc. The rsacon wan that a frslfbt trala was wrecked In the mountains of Tennessee, and It took along time to clear the track. HOVCY HONORED. A Bee^tlosi to Him By Bepahlleans aiWaahlBgtoau WashiwoTox, Dererober L>-Oen. Hovey, the Qovaraor-eieot of Indiana, was given a reception at tha BUbitt House by ludlanlans resident kpre and ■epooiioans gsneratly Ibis afternoon. A li Mty. Undo Sam’s Statement. Wabhikotox, December L—The debt statement for Deoember 1 gives as the grand total ll,(l9U,g75,'JS0 73, A ded action of the caab Items available for the reduction of the debt and the reserve held for redemption of bonds and net caab in the treasury shows the net debt to be tl.l4l,fffo.biS 07, being an Inerease of II 1,100,(117 since November 1. and a net decrease since JnnedO at over in.OMI.i'Oh Blnoe April last the Treasury department has pur-obased bonds arnoanting to 1117,101,¿80, at a oostof tilAi??,!» OX Bang not of Oarl Schnrz. N*w Yobic DeoeroborL—Bon. Carl Bohnrs was given a handsome recepilon and banquet tonight at ttae Llederkrans Cinb, by several Qerman singing socletlea Mr. Bcbnrs delivered a sbert speech, confined chiefly to bis trip abroad and descriptive of the wonderful advance made by Germany sines be left there. He ooaslders (Jermasy the fore-moet of the Eurooean powers, and spoke with • nigh appreciation of the pleasures of his trip to bis native land.    1 Long Sleeping Oar Service. Sam Diboo, Oal., December l.~Tbe Santa Fe system was today Inaugurated by the estatdlBhmentof a Pullman service between this point and Chicago, making the longest continuous sleeping car service In the world. Tne distance oeing mlJea The San D cfoOomraerolal Telegrnph system, of the Ninu Fe Company, was transferred to Its urchaser, the Western Union Telegraph Bopany. 8o" sA Stormy Times on the Atlantic, LoMtioM. DscemberL—Tbseteamer Rtrnria, from New Ysrk, srrlved at Queenstown this evening. She bod a tompestuous voyage, encountering a saccesslon of fearful galea The piifsengers were all-obliged to remain bo-low, and Mveral of the crew were tnJureiL The Captain says he has nsvsr before experienced such weather. Henry George Oined tn London. Lonoom, December 1.—A banqoet was given In honor of Henry George here this evening. William Saunders, formerly a member of Parliament, and other well known radleals were preeeoL The speeches were full ef hope for the protireM o’ land reform. Mr. George explained uis theoriae at considerable length, and was heartily applanded. Thrco RepxbllcBns Frutn OorolinA. Raiaioh. N. G, December I.—The State Board of Canvassers finished their worh today. The result shows a majority of IMM for Fowls, Dsmoorat, far (toverunr, and the eleo-tlonofslx Democrats and UmM Republicans toConflress. Led Astnty by urn Aotreoo. MoxTRXAt., December 1.—W. P Getty, As-■tsiaot Cashier of thoAtlse Insuranee Oora- ■auy, was arrested today for embotanog s large ameunt of money, t^lch be lavlsbed upon one of Lydia Thumpsou's troupe iMt weak; Hitrvard Dowus Yule. PotToM, Deoemlier L—The football season hare pmcDoaliy oloied today, wtib tbt moel deeislve victory aver soorod on the .«Arvis ilelA Tbs F reshmen eleven of Harvard d< eatod the Yale Fresbles by a score of M to A Prominent Western Lawyer Drnd. San KaAMtxMs, Deoember I.—Hall MsAlU Isitr, oBSof thonKJStpfbtolneist tnembersof the legal profssston on the Faclflo coast, died today, aged Stxtytwo. lie was a brotbsr of Ward McAlttstsr, of New York, KIUib Wanes to itght Muf'affkey. MttnshAPOLn. Dsoombtr L*-Klitsai. the frenbs«sstspaebaiaptoa, hasshaiieatfffl Me-Gtonrtytoflftfttoa Satah fo«B,|DO toMN. •ttfl P«to «F R torfeltef INQt A mtmtrnr mmikastoo. Lim®lhiÉc.AaK.. DoaeHJMr l-^Bst, £ |HR®ow4«l|4eta^ post-maattr at Ceutrs il^wfliflHhfltofl to*er *•*    th« A Dangerous Crisis In the Hi^rjr of France. Parii Pears Rerolt on the Mon^r. Extraordinary Police and Mlltl^|ry Preparations to Preserve Order QB the Anniversary of the Co«p O’ Etat-    • •f London, Deoembsr 1¿—Revolntlon It la tho air Id Franos) the ooaotrF,!* deaplj BgiutdCl. Tbs sxolterasnt aud anxlsty In Paris Is lotonss. Royalifta and Impsiialists assume a bolder tone; they declare the aation la ripe for a change, and they openly advocate rerp-Intion as a remsdy for the public discontent. They look to Boulanger ss the man in whoas name the change could t|e sffeeted, and Boalanger does net bsé tate to declare that the p^ple will tolerate the present state of thiDi CommoBlets, ^isliste, Anaroblatb a^ extremists bf all kiodi áre ever read^ for revolution pa their own account aiNi will Join in one, whatever party etarii 1*. Against aU iheae clemente of discoid stand the Opportuniats, moderate and the not too radical Republicans, and last, and apparently IcmK the Goverc|> ment party, if there can be said to fa| on® Theea parties are all weakened b|i dlssensloas within t^ir own ranks aná by difiere aces between each other. The government gets no snpporl from the opportuniets except under th^ force of eiroumataooes and the preeeng of perlL It is dlatmsted by them, aqi they wouljd rejoice In ita overthrow ehoald It ndt lead to their own destruc tign. The government will be coni polled to act with a strong bsnd to pr< vent an outbreak tomorrjyw; and tbh adds to iu nnpopnlarity. It haa, how ever, the army and police under eoi^ trol, and Is makfhf the most elaboraM^ preparations to preserve order and aav| itoelf. It will probably euooeed, toa morrow,tn preventing an outbreak; (ot it seldom hapoene In farts, when e® well provided fof m at preneut. Stiili the anniversary of tb® Coop d’Eti^ o eivhrW’yNW prinoipsl victims. Is regarded as a natiosal crisis. Tba Bonrgoisle, who want peace and quiet and freedom to trade nnmoleeted, are thoroughly alarmed and they turn to the government, chamber and oonearvative elasses for help. They find little to reassure them, and with the opperand lower claeees eqnally reeileu and d«Biroaa of change, they have everything to fear. TSa KH.ST OF EOKOPB IB QUIET. The reit of Enrope oontinuee qnlet, watching France. The war fever baa wholly disappeared, but tbe work of preparation goes on. Weak places are being made eirong, and atrong places stronger. Germany, armed to tbe teeth, wants to see her partnera similarly eqnipped. Heretroog iofloenoe is felt In Italy as wall as la Austria. Tbe Italian Government is maturing an expensive scheme for largely Inoreealng tbe array and navy, having been led to believe that tbeir pree-<at aiatus is unworthy ef a member of the triple alliance. The General staffs at Rome and Berlin, are continnally passing from one to tbe other, to learn and to teach. Italy begins to show the edeoi of this Germanizing process; htr aieth-ode of mobilization are nndergo-ing a change; her railroad eystem, as It approaches the French and German froatier, is being altered so as to be in strategic harmony with the dlapoeition of tbe German linea. Stores, ammanl-tion aud men are being acoumnlated along tbe linM In both oountrles, so as to bo within easy striking distances of tho French frontiers. Germany wants a bulwark ef iron aed •tael to extend oontiauoueiy from Lnx-nmbourg to tho Modltorrsnoan. Italy must do her part as Germany bM done here. Bbe Is relied upon, moreover, to bold tbe restleu Osul in check, while Germany takes oaré of her ooloaeid neighbor on the north. On Austria devolves the duty of aastetlag iu tho task of bolding Kussla in check, and, in’ her oVrn intereat, provenMng the onward march of tbe Slav to Constautlnople and tba eoa. meat, and later the opposition of tbe iriab members is aceoantod for by tbe fact ttaat the |,lb«rals could not oppose with all tbelr stpnctb au aet so beneficial as that of Lord Ash bourne, and when It came to a determined resistance frotn Irish memtasn. the eovernment s mply applied tbe resistable power It baa on the rules of procedure, and pushed the measure threuKh as soon as It found further debate aselesM end troubleaoma Town Coaneeilor U'Connor, of Ktllarney, who was sentoaced ou Wedossdajr to six months* Imprisonment, for prorantlim a plan of carupatgn on the Ken mare estates, was reJeaaed toUav. Tbs reason Is a mystery; but tbe Tories do not conceal their IndtgnaUon. fCliber the Crimes Act is to be enfurocd, or It had bettor be giren up, they say. Leniency In euoh a palpabtocaseof guilt auder the act Is scsu-dal and dlsgraoe, aud they demand an sx-planailon. Hon. t'arlBchnrs, ot New York, has accepted a seat eo the Board of Directors of tne HambnrgMmerioan Steamship «ompany, aud will astas general agent of tbelr tins tn Ainsrica. The Dlrei-tors *aavs resolved to make grmd hmprovcments in tbe service. The Canard 8team-b1p Company have settled tbelr dispute with the posioffloe authorities about the carrying of tbe mails, and letters will be sent as heretofore, by siesmers taator slow, m good luck and the orderaof tbe compaoy will have IL The n-ie fo of slow steamers for the mall service has always been a sonree of complaint BURNING MINES. Bight Men Oert|lnly‘Will Periib, And 500 More Arc Thrown Out of Work. CAUumr, Mich., December L—There is absolutely no hope that the eight men imprisoned In the burning Calumet-Hecla Mine can escapa Five of the men leave famlllea The fire is burnlng fiercely, while the vll-lOiCes of Calumet and Red Jacket are covered with a pall of smoke, which has come from every «naft In the < alumet part of the mlna The present fire Is undoubtedly worse than any preceding one, and will gut a large portion of the mlna It may take moutba to extinguish the fire. Five hundred men are out of employment. BOODLE ALDERMEN. Ef- Qaebee Haa Tbem—Extrnordinary forta to Find 'fbcai. Ottawa, Decemlier 1.—The Quebec Governnaent has applied to tbe Federal Minister of Justice, to advise tbe Governor General to make a general o er of pardon to all witneas who will apeak out againet the Quebec boodle Alder-meu, whether or not the anawers will inerloiinate them. It is rumored that an ex-Member of Farilament and the editor of a Queb c paper, who are both mixed up iu the affair, have tklppcd. THE BIG WALK ENDED. Uttleferd Beato the Record By Hah-he# ®SS .«lies. NxW Yo'rk, December 1.—The ETg walklng-match ended at lO o'clock, am Id great excite-DsenU A largt crowd packed Madison Square Oardso to lU utmost capacity, and as iho end of the big contest drew near, excitement rose lo tha tempest pitch. Following Is tbs score:    LUtlewood,    623 miles; Herty, 605 miles; Moore, 653 miles; Cartwright, 6i8 miles; Nore uack, 6t2mUee: Harworin, 636 ml ss and 2 laps. Littlavrood broke the record and won the championship bslL MARCH 4, NEXT. DUÍL OLD LONDON No WhlUohApel Murder® for Over R Week. A Rleopy Perllamenfc-^Carl Rohnrx ® Steamship Bftnn—Canard Lin® Reate tho Ilritleh Mall AntlRiritlee. LounoN. raesmbsr l.~Int«rest la parila-tosniary prosssdtBsidieops as the holidays epproaob. The passsgeof tbs land purchase sot has left the Houm wUboat a topla It wee thought the peiisBtaaav aasaalt oa Mr. SbMhy, within the pseMoets ef il. «lepbens; eaAtbealwaye v®g«d qesettone tovsdved la Uw InMi Mdtor wetod ereMse an lateeset in flebeto, kot Mto Hebee was ee roM^toeo-kMPWH» ‘MM Me Sleeby and he«i iU-«rtntoM^NNWMIiWM eeaae ««tofthe «•bato; aad Irish estiaiatos*wt41 prqhhhiy to PfMpaniit itattt slier UhrisiauH, fh® iwui-i|F VHS whieh tk® lead set wm whtridi tkhNilSlfmst» ÜkSMMtonek Great Aabilre for the Inaognratlon of Presideiii llarrlaoa. Washington, December l.—The In-augaration fund tonight amounts to 143,IXX). A plan is on foot to have each Btate and Territory contribute arches to place over Pennsylvania avenue from the White House to tbe Capital. Gov. Reaver, of Pennsylvania, today accepted the position of Grand Marshal. Of Oonrse, a Girl in the Case. Columbus, Ind., December l.—Scriber, tbe absconding teller of the First National Bank, carried with him to Canada negotiable paper to the eoiount of 9142,-000. Ho hopes to effect a compromise at 920,000. President Lncas left for Toronto this morning to meet Scriber, There soern'* to be a girl in the ca»e, under the name of Miss W. H. Shaw, of Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Drowned tbr lusnlting ItaUies. El BERTON, Ga., December l.-~Tim Smith and John Oeleman, colored, were taken from tbeir homes in Wilkes County bv e posse of white men last night and drowned. They had been inealtlng white ladies. Five Millions for fiduimtloii. PHiLADKLrsiA, December 1.—Isafeh V. Williamson, a retired capitalist of this dty, today put into the bands of seven trastees five million dollars, to he used in tbe odnoation of poor boys in the mechanical arts. The Mine Rtlll Afire. Calttvrt, Mum., December l.—The fire tn the mine stili toarns furiously. Of 200 miners at work all escaped but eight, who are still entombed, Tbe fire Is the dallberaie work of a murderous fiend. Rear Admiral Blinpeoii Doad. WAtMiHUTow, December L-ttoar-Admiral Edward Bimpson disd here this moru ng. Heeerv«Ml ou the Advisory Board, which de-ntd t signed U AUantau the new eruistrs Boeten, Chicago aud Dig Woolen Mills Rhule Down. Prmrixui, Maea., Decerabur L—The Oirn-dale Woolen Mills Ceinpany, cue of the largest to tut Oountry, shut down this mum-lugiBdoflnllely. Ihree hundrsd bands are thrown out of empioyment. Blinetrel Rice Wants a Divorce. »«w Yoax, Dsosmbsr 1.—Wily Rios, tbs Minstrel, whose real name Is Wu.. |i. Fearl, has sued bis wife fur dlvoros. Yrll<»w F®v«ir's WqNl JAOgaesiviLLi^ Dsehesher L-*4Ns offloiai hnlleGa today shows five sew eases and two dealha la **RMrrle*’ KnalaQd. a "sekaoi ®f ear tor women'* bsa bean «stab-Tlitt brliiBe th® as® ®®wn to „ the J®ek Fi»*®-/<®r9fWd PRICE TWO CENTS. LOCAL WHITE CAPS. Fairmount the Scene of Their Depredations, Mrs. Hal® »nd Her Sctcxi OliU-dren tb® Viottms, Who Are Given Prompt Police Protection. A sneaking and eowardly outrage has been perpetrated upon a lady iu North Fairmonnt, aid the police are doing ♦vt-rytblng in tbelr power to turn np the person or persona who perpetrated it. On Hill street in North Fairmount resides a widow named Mrs. Hale and her •oven children. They live aioelv from the fact that the children draw ftiO a month from the eetato left them iiy their father. This being nnknown to Mrs. Halo’s neighbors the latter have wondered how the fanaily managed to get along, and hints have been made respecting the lady’s character.- > For the naet few weeks some of Mrs. Hale’s children have hadquarrela with neighborhood children In which one or two of the latter got the worst of it and complained to tlfeir narente. When Mrs. Hale beard of tbe trouble ane upheld her own children in what they bad done, thus aggravating matters more. On Friday Mr*. Hale received the fol-lowlnc latter tbrongh the mail, it bear-inir the postmark of tbe Cincinnati office: “Mrs. Hale—We know your character well and we want you to move out of this nelgh-bortiuod. If you are not moved away bv the lOtb of next month (Dccerator.) toe VV'bK* Capa will visit you and treat you to a coat of tar aud feaiben. Warning, „    White    Caps.” The warning was written in red Ink and at the lop of it was drawn two wliips crossed, and a bucket reprt-senting a bucket of tar. When she received tliS letter, Mrs Haie grew terribly alarmed and It was some timo before she recovered from the nervous shook it caused her. Miio consulted some of her .ueithhor friends as to wbut she bad bettor do under the <ir-cuinstaDces. and they told her not to be the least alarmed, that they would see Ibat she lotecied. They advised her to notify spi-------- -------.... ttte Police and this she did, oailintuipcn Colonel Deltscb and laying tbe naattertofore him. The Colonel was very indignant over tne affbirand at onoo Instructwi Lieutenant Haurahan. In whose district Falrmouut is slluatsd, to Investigate the case thoroughly and spare no pains or time m brlnglug the tenders of the leitere to J usiloe. He also detailed two officers to patrol the beat Id the vicinity of th« lady's hnunc, in ortler that Mrt: Hale’s fears might be quieted. Alinougb Colouei DeiUch h’ld not tbea lghi-est idea that the tbreaUt made in tbe leitor would be carriod out, still be Inatnietod hU men tliat If any attempt of the kind was made for them Dot to be at all afraid to use their pisto N, and to u»; th«m to kill. Colonel Deltseh do<*« not Intend to have any foolUhneas abontauch matters, neither does be intoud thalany ewHindrsl guiltv of sending such a ocwardiy letter as tne ohv raoeived byjifra Hoto-«hktl go mjpnnlshetl. Every efffort will be made to run down the guilty party or parties. Mrs. Hale Is a lady In eve-y sense of the word, and not oue word can be said i-gaiuii her character. A NOBLE WORK. An Impromptu Subscription For a Technical School. Over Thirty Thousand Dollars Raised Inside of Thirty Minutes. Yesterday a party of prominent oitizeas visited Addystone, the toWn founded by Mr. Matthew .tddy. President of tbe Addysione Pipe and Hteel Works. After a very pleasant day at tbe new town they retururd to the pity and sat dowu to a banquet at the Queco Ulty Club, given in honor of Mr. Aduy. 81ir A. 'T. Goshorn presideA On either side of the cbalrmao sat Judge Page aud .Mr. Addy. In all nlnty-flve sat down to the toothsome spread prepared forthena. Kpeocbss were made Mesara Goshorn, Addy, Noyes, fSaiie aud logalia rbe lAtler, in hi* remaiks, luBlUutod a cotnoarlsoa bo-tweeu the techu’cal training of artisans In Europe and America, and suied that he would oe wllllBg tf( be on • of t weiity-flve to give ti,tlOO for the maluieuauoe of a tocnnlcal iK'hooi in Olnolunatl. At the euBclnsiou of Mr. Ingalls’speech Mr. Charles Flelschmaa arose and said he would subserlbe I .UOu to the object proposed, and invited others to follow his lead. I he luvitaitoB was so prompti v rMpoiide<l to that Inside of haiitia hour! I,»;) was suhseribed to support tbe Teutiuioal eohool eenductod for the past two years in Music Hall, aod moved to Ihlrd street at the opening of the t enteoutal Kxpoeitioa. Among tboee who sabecrUwd moat Htor- ally are; W. P. AnSersou, .MaUbew Addy, J. .V Kinney, J. G-ttohnsidlap. L. li. Hanrteon, M. £. lagáiis. I T. Gaff. B. 8. Cnnalnghain. Alex and James Meliouald aud A. M. Adolph, I ,Be each Mra T. T._'Bay<toek •nbed I ,I    ■ suiHK'iibed I .UIO by tolegrain; Prooior d Gamble eatered for XLuOU. and C'hariea Bohin, Pre-tdent of the t Inolnaatl Southera Hallway, luhsrriberl 1,0.® A The whole idea was a surprise to most of ihtiM prest'nt, but iheobjeot was eu worthy Í and the Idea no wall presented that it teo like wlld-fire. and r»*ulted tar beyond the e.vpecuulona of the profe»-ore. it is expected that there will be maay ■iipplemcntory tub-scrlptloDA iiud that the wnoie fund thus ob- tstaed will form a permaueni support to the Tethuloai Sohooi of • Inclanati. CORRIDOR CHAFF. A Tour of the Prtaoip*! Hotels In tbe City. Benator George M. Thomas, of Vanceburg, is at the 8L Jaoiee. Mr. and Mra Willard Hpeoeer, of the Willard Upera I'roupe, are at the Grand. F.D. Motes, of Fert Wavae, Ind., eoginrer far tha big gas-pipe works al Aurora, is at tho W’alnui :^lrevt Hooea Charles II. Nreior end Frank Aerlan, two Biigltsh tourUia on tbelr way lo Um Far West, are at tbe Wataat-atreet House. At tbe Walnat Btrret IJouee last ntgbt wm registered W. L. Caduu, Beuaa Vista. He roprletor ef the greet Umeehme quarrlw at r¿:r towa. Mrs. L W. Porter, of Cbicego, the great Hpirltuallst. la at tbe Wataut street Hou-.«. sue la Uinklug of {wrmoueRUy looatiog la tlnctauaii George Seegera, of the OlfaM® Hsaaa, tblaks that the Buiiday Txju»(xaii aictoto <m betel ■ had to® moob Hevgera I# It; It ailtbeeaiBA clerk Uk but he John TelboU, who regtttora I •agioa, ky- hoe ioat twmrM loo. H wottl® mther llv^^^ Itoglea thas ratfla m tad hoi aumaa He iatotha Kwery. Lana De tueb^ a rwM Fre® St iha Patato MtoL IN tox ridiBfHlppolhM^lh the lags, having made special arrangements wiUi Cotamlaslonera ticpromlse> to introduce all the atirootioas be offered in New York, where ha oundncted a school. He 'Waa h^-ro once before, but failed to secure a euitablo buUdlug. LOVE AND LIQUOR Causee • flkwin* at Fonrtb and Elm. A woman's acream, and a flanhin# revolver ill tbe hand of a large, neavy-sofe man, eoneiderably ander the infiuenoe of liquor, attracted the atteniion of Officer White at the corner of Fourth and Elm etreota last night, shortly after 7 o’clock. Hurryiof aeross the street to i^ere tbe man end woman stood, the <^cer found the wouian scared altno-st to dr-ath, fur the man with revolver in hand was threatenidg to blow the tup of her head oil. The officer eacorted them both to tbe Cemrai ritation. where the man gave tbe name of Frank Tucker, and hia reaidenee No. 13 ritate aveuue. The woman wa.-i Mrs. Hettie Morria, a widow living: at Park and laocoln avenues, Walnut Hili#. 8ha says that some fifteen months ago •he got acquainted with tne o^an through a lauy fri<-nd, who iniroduc htin at a bachelor. She eubsequentl found oat that he was a married man aud refutod to have anything to do with him. She says bis right name was Horsley, and that be kept a boarding house on State avenue, lie waa formerly a railroad engineer. Although sue refused to keep company with him, bo has persisted in hie attentions, aud last evening as she waa pamlog the corner of Fourth aud. Eim BtreetB be atopped her and iOHiated upon her accompanying him to a place he mentioned. He took her by the arm, but she broke away from him. Tb' n he puiied a revolver, and leveling it at her, threatened to kill her. She screamed, and Officer White burned to tbe scene. The man waa locked up on the charge of carrying concealed weapons and point, ing firearms. After being locked up awhile, be admitted that his name waa Hursley, and not Tucker. Ho denied bavmg'drawa the pistol on Mrs. Morris. an ed anl TWO INTERESTING DECISIONS Rendered By Jnd#e Si«#e ot ttae United States <:«nrt. Judge Sage rendered oral deoisions in a number of eatMs yesterday, being his last day on the beiicb here till bis return from Columbus, wnioh will oe in about two weeks. One was the old coae of Brown against tbe city for dama.-es to a wharf by the construction of Egglesiou avenue aewer. The nominal damages allowed were $5, but the Court recoia-miited the matter tor tbe prodaction of evidence as to the value uf the property at the time the damage waa done. In Arai-lrong against Bailey, Jndg-ment was given for defendant. Bailey bought a stolen borse and sold it to the Wltie Detfctivo Agency, receiving a check for $150 on tne Ohio Valley National Bank, which cheek proved to be wO foad. - Bariey had To pxyTor -rftg* horse. Receiver Armstrong wanted to bold Bailey respousibie for tbe check, but the Court said be could not, as Bai-ley had not authorized the deposit m the Fidelity lUuk. The oiiock was deposited on June JO al 2 p. m., and Bailey repudiated the iranaaotion ou nis return to the city June 22. RECEIVER APPOINTED For ttae Firm off M. J. VIeyer A €o. Howard Douglass has been appointed receiver for Meyer J. Meyer and Benj. S. Meyer, doing business as M. J. Meyer <t Co., at 208 West Fourth street. In tailors* trimmings, etc, Tbe assets are |13,(RK), and the liabilities cot less than |'Jü.üüO. In the petition the partners also ask for diMoliitionof parinership. Since they started in 1^WJ business has not been what they had, expected and os ort diinrs were pressing them and ihreat'-ning to sue, they wanted a receiver in order to avoid a seizure, exssu-tioi; and tbe disaster of fon.-ed sales. .Mr. Donglaa* htis qualifioU as bondsman in the sum of |2.'),UUb with. M. E. Kuhn and Orann Wilder as sureties. “ÓNE OF THE FINEST.” Aneltaer Bold Foll<*einan Oets On a “loot,’ A young man named Max Strauss, residing at 174 Bayuiiller street, called at tbe Central Station last evening and complain d that Officer Geofga W. Hor-oer bad made an unprovoked assault upon him at the corner of Coari aud Bavmillor streets, kinking him in the aide and smashing him in the face with hie fieu Lieuienaat Gill sent for Horner to oonae In e i hie beat, and when the offloer reached tbe statton-bouse Sthe Lieutenant saw that Horner was intoxicated. GUI at once compelled Hornet to turn over his police traps, ooosi-'ttng of ha'lgo, whistls, olun-wroatd. keys, olub, pistol, etc., and iheu auspended him, with insiruotioiis to report to Colonel Deitach tomorrow. A STABLE MYSTERY. What Caased Faspeir Yacelainn*a DealliT On the 6tb of NovsmOer a mao named Oeaper Vogeiman, who wtii ked around Blrn-brysr's stobto at Findlay and Elm streets, WHS taken to tha Uiy Hospital, su tsrlng with two brakea rlbsi Butaequsnily he waa releneod, bat on I'hursday he wee returned to the Ineiliuvion, sufierlii* worse than ever from the Injurwl n»>e. U«l ereaiu# ue died. He wee e etmiiser in the oliy. havinz ouiiie here only a suurt time ego from .<41 la>ui«. How he wee tnjun-<l Mein* to be a rnyetarv, eithniifb Itiasoid luai he wm ruouvsr by e wegon.    ^ ARRESTED ON SUSPICION Of Tryin# to ••Blip" a Laidljr*a Paataata Bawk. Mri. Bauoiao. raaidlnfet No, 0 Her-rletstraet, had bar pocket piokad of a pocket-book oontalning I&, at ttae corner of Fifth and Central avenue iaat eveu-ing. Ahiiok-lookini lldivtdual, gtvlnf tbe name ot Thaodoro Landaa, waa aff-raetad on auepiotoa of doia# tba Job, aa ha bad baan onaa faaling aruuud tha poekato af other iadiea in iba vicmity. A Rew*rd of M«rlt. Rank Tailor-Will.yqu i®k® tl as pfto eumptioB, Badam, if t osdff you tbtfl® to® rasaof Caraatll® OaldGq||p->Ii®®'t knaffi tk Tallar—t an awfte of tkat; kM tus only wobm Ri enly wobm fR the

Search All Newspapers in Cincinnati, Ohio

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the The Cincinnati Telegram Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The The Cincinnati Telegram?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection