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The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - December 2, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio THE CINCINNATI TELEGRAM. SUNDAY MORNING. DECiSMBER 2, 1888. BEARDS. Marks of Manhood and Badges of Respect. Fanclftil Fashions In Face Growth Introduced By the French. ^ome of the Best Beards Today At-tat'hed to the Faces of Their Worthy Wearers la Cin-cinuuti. ‘T your face tg vuiauc d sliicu 1 saw you lasi. Krom the earliest ;in!es. at least uiojijf the Aryan races, the trrowth of h; i irpon the face has heen h>oked upon as a natural • yidence of virili y, and hence of respect. Kven antediluvian man paid areat attention to the beard. Hebrews of the ujtperclasses fre-üquently annointed and perfumed the beard, and even dyed it. The removal of th^ t>eard, or allowinar it to become tapirled and unlíempi, was a token of exireuie misfortune and irrief. No i reater lusiiii could be ottered than to pnli one’s beard to spit upon it. Slaves \ve e not allowed to wear beards, and the Turks Still remove all trai-e of hair from the f ice of the at-tendiint-u(ion tlie serakdio. I'lie Turkish hiistiaiid and father con-niers h s beard hi' Chief ■ adornment, • and i-.aii'es hi** V ive- and child ten to kiss it iu token of love and resnecti lonis Xni iieifiii unable to raise a be r t. his courtiers revived the fa'titun of 'h.ivmir and triinniinkr their beards and to tins tune may he set ihejnlro-iui't'.on of xarious ornamental sivles of ■w/ ;irjnir the capiliary trrowth. in itie s..xtee'iiti century the Mncllsh cle- irv wore bear ts of s;reai lenetii, and tie fashion coutinued for one hundred vear.s. and be almost wept at the threat of loe> iiiK itttt the bands of the prison barber. He befftred piiiou'ly that bis laxuriant beard tie epered saying: *'It has taken tye tbirty-ilve years to raise it.” The guards of the prison took pity oa him, Eaid his fine and ba waa rsieaaed with IS beard. Alex. Sande used p wear a Inzariant beard, but aome mofitha ago be ehaved it completely o 1, ami for a con8ld< ratde time he waa able to preserve a complete incognito in hia ratnbiea around town. U still shaves, but ms friends are tie* ginning to see through his barefaced Im-posiuou.    _ A number ot newspap r men in the city wear good crops of hair on their faces. One of these, known aa ”Mi>at Hair,” to disiinguisb him from ”Uerr Most,” a German reporter, shaved cuoi> pleielv after he bad tieen here about a vear, ami in going his rounds for oews he had to introduce himself anew. DOG AND GUN. ■Robert n. VanH rn. the well-known sno tx'tisn and oriirina'^or of the West-rn Field Trials, i** de td. Professional tr.'tn-sh*ooter«. like all oth**r profe«*iional snorts, never fake; thev are alwavs honest, alwavs. r.arlv in the hpVen.eentb century the Ir- octi fs'hious in Oeards cam- ini*' g'r er.ii u»e in Kiifflsnd. l or a ionc time lilt* f'.ritNIr e<iMÍie’r> were no' ai-loxxHii lo    tieanis;    on:    of    late    vears till'' are ncMiitte'd to do 'O under cer-l \'I; rest rife'i'lt s, and a crowth of h'air a "lU ttio -avvs ami m-ck is found to be h .'iny uen-tkial in a sanitary point of v;>w.    ■ Twentv setters and fourte n nointera have been entorei for the all-Htr stake of the .American Fiel 1 Trials t’lub. f’olumhus. O.. will have a dosr-show in .Tnniiarv next. Premium lis's wijl ready about the mid tie of this month. A doir furnish d the evidence that convicted two mu derera in a recent case in the Federal Courts at Fort Smith, Arkansas. It isa well-know'n fact that the at-t ndance at tran-shoot nar tournaraents throuirhout the country has Peon falling oft of late ve irs. Wonder when and where Heikes and Bandle will shoot their n* xt match, and wonder xvho ha he n s tiled on a.s the winnerof that match? . I'l-t/r t:i“ ( imponed a tax on I* r I. .1:1 ' ci)lic'*tc*l It .11 ttie trates of e\ —y ou n. Ilui the KU'SUU' ni tooav xx-:,r fam u-* riearas. The KjvM':ih«,"froui'an exairsreratcd 5    . of i'i> ,1'uinc". i-ari-'ully rcinoxeil t.'.e.r I'cu U' su cring tiieiu to grow t ■ s O' iin.c' o' nu'ii: tiiinr. Hut itiev b.i 1 .1    -:i ‘III I'lf '.\car:i:ir a faisc Pcaru 11:0 .c *>t I ia tc'i pa r_ Th.e var. *i' K ..I'.'* of til ' on,II apo^tiiis're decided I,'    .    r‘='r‘0',i    r.iik-    o‘ ; ,e^w ■'•ers. I i,e '.'I ill    turC' silow wersoii' in    M    , •** Had lilis    I.nuil    i;utm b    I'    r*.    1,,-r    ,is. kinir w*i;«    it li)r'.'.r anil    ' c !    '    I    < e    ai- ■ ' *. w bil*' I tí I- L'O    .s ,vif 0 '    Í    r .    -ii>    .1 ov Oil. .ii_'' it    quue    loii'.r    ' a 1 •    t:_ at t o- ei, is.    i Tr I- I - it«i c- t¡«,d-*rc i a thi*'k heard a m • m.oiii anil tncir tiiiib so-p"..' :w ' T.;    I ■■a; is 10 U not** Uig- Ij. X.    T. V i*,\-.f; iyV rl,e iirc:U ordered his so:-d t" rf..ixc. aniii^ in I. sry^h^ire cliiii' V lie ; ; • .    ; r'or to the ,>iirinaii m- ▼ i'.    :i>>    1; t -ii S'l. ;ic;s -.vo-e irius t *'S. out e I r. n 'ij Cuti'jiieiors iriini-(lu -It In' narocr. • r, n!"'t .‘iiiint'',es m '.v tiie xvearing o' i S’lV 1 e,,',í. ,,r Hone. Of of aiix s'x c o, j beii’i il *1-n> h IS .'ti' 1 ;• iV 'tfi inc I'iciU-e f>'J '    ti.»'    1:    ;x;’n»,.n;'    w.    «' or Uest k n :    j ft,' .rn    n . of tne ( attioiii-| f '. * I .'oji tnne [q ne "suaven an bh . m."    .    ■    I •    I 1. • atH    'f.' rii"'t iritions,    narticii    arly    | in    I    n..*    i ''' I *', a    111    ti    lui.v W    ' •    , ,1' a e-l l.'it* i-e' Q,u), eV n V    t •- ,yU    ' ■ iV*-' .. • 't to    , y    "I    ■' ,    *.i'* .o'j l.i.w.iv.    s**t    iiix    i la -    •    ’    ’    I I    .    r,vvi d he'i ISO*    I'i irop have'cl S    .    ."I    c:. ,;n. n* . i    nr of earn. 1    (.1,' - • ti - u    bo.    o,,.-',i tx) ui.'.nUe    ; ' • i-n V '. • ill.    ■'    i Osgood he of the hi ick mustache and goal e says th'it he and ■'* iuir Schwab c,n catch inore hass than any two “un-* knox>-us‘’ in the city. The Meinohis and .Vvent Kennel» ('J ick, whit- and tan Fng'ish setter'log. • Vnl .Je-au. xx'oii the champion stake of the Ka'tern fie d trials. Missouri sports'iieii have set on foot a moveiii.oit to nrovide for that, State a gam XV irdeti svsta'ii s milar to those of Ohio, Slu'higaii, New York and pitiers. Though the weatu r is growing extremo.y cold uud iiriima-anl, a few >irdeni disciples of old iSrtHc'ar# still lingering at the tiauuts of the black nass. I'he Memphis and .Went Kennel’s oiHck, \vhi:eand tan s tlerilog, <>r arid'>. ov Koderigii—bo Pe- o. won the rira or rt‘ in the Lierbv of iue Kastern Field I'rials (. lub. 1,.-    1    i-ni- I, , .1    1 o' Ml»i Initeu ■. ,'1, has it lilli-• ir,~ , W II gf UV. .Il'TU 111' W . . * ;orr, ,i.- r. 1, k-r.*i I •r.Hiii a fu.* P ' V J*u t : 1. . .SI I ’ _v    tiic Cl m'. I'    Icj    a'III*- is ; S'.'.*' it I riiiii' ut ' tr.t I    s    „r rj, ‘    .    . vx -    s 1-I X • n ..i-íl ill ,1 V'.i . e to io cst'.v u ei't ttie ; l,t l iiCIl .iilo;*'!' '•    ■    'i    's i.,1    o¡ '*‘r '.ii*' , *x    o , ei iiHi .'Me s    111 a    -p..11,1*1. 'ir    X llijo 1 o!,e*sl-    l ot -X M 'I ''got -’ioiir •    "    II -X : at 'j| a raruy. ' ,.1*' .Or- . .p'r**    -ire sfiine ; *    .*■ I    '    ■'    ,nc    p -h i * **.■    *: "'il    •'    I, .|i“ or II '•    I-    l;    .1 dig .    XX    , o ,i    ,    . -    I 'iiit'ion ■ i >■..■■■ I for. •    •    r    ■ a ' I,'; I - ' X    I    '    tl , .    ■    " i. IS I.Í, I, -s '.I.    .    ft,., C -' a li mil . '    , ' O' I ,    , X 'I    ' 'I.    r .»»! n '- I .' Il    *i.d    d.ii a ,is '■"II* man. Ins a O'g lo nil Ute , i . w llWlii Ü1, IS ' ' '.<• I*- 1 iH nil mhl hatir.iig ;r'*ii. liti k -Next season will s*-e a great change in the rules governing trap-sU'ioiing. .Atnaieur.s are get inr lireij of b«'ing orexed uiion nv exfteri shooters and are inaugurating a vigorous giok. A noted ('inciunatian, who is an arden; h'hermari. says tne tackle for oeiti S» son XX ill he aho it the same g' ,tst sc.isori. onlv the inoir.ti of th** jiig will t>e a little w'laer auu not quite a' b-tig. Silver shot is being quit*** extensively used in 's se.isoM agaiu or some sportsmen in p '«curing their large hags of r.ime. w htch they am producing to their ■01,ti ling friend a.s the r-sult of thyir -at.. x» ith the d'radlV tireecnloader. •• P.u.talo"'Ion s of (iar len ('ity. Kan--as. a succ«"isfiii bree -r of the'almost -xtirc'i iiu tio recently Durciiascd tlie •“ *surale«l I!** isoii h**rd id i auada. and now lias 0 gii.y odd bu aio**s at his r.itc'h. .Mr. Jones s.ixrs ti«* is t.*>und P) s it-r*!*-».! in pro-erxtiuir this grand aui-liial from    pal.iDii. Th«* t ana’inn (/ox>*rninent ha' in-b'.riMte'i Km ( olipct irs of'I'nstoiii'that ,. ,r'*'fiirih ST.I'i attention m ist «e ii.i d to ih>* proxiS'.oii of the law xvtiicli ;>er nit's Hii.niai' for the inifirox em. ru o' ' «ii*a ta> :«'! i.rij «ir e*J fro- of duty, and It at og, suot 1 iMcg ,n, Inded anu'.iig tic* ai m II* fxemn.t-I, 111U't (luy duty in the ' f u I'*'. ( . .S'. s. o' it.,s c tv. the Sec-etarv of tu*- \'u** I 'ati f Till Irals ( ';U'i, an-n'liicMs tij.. -oli .t.vMig uógesi fur iie tri.i H.'VI/.; H. .SI. Ma kl“y. of K.toii. (> : *J.' H. I*. oeri. of L-xnigton, Ky., slid J,' K. M-m-i. •; M**moois. Te in. ile alsoann > .'u'**' tii.xi tn.- r.c'es win 'v,»!-ni-iii'e w.rn cue J>»*.tjy uro.iifitiy on bc-ceiiib*>r .0, .Mr. I., I cardner. a iirorninenl Ea.siesf, spoit'Ci II Waa in thr eiiv lai»; w t-K H»' visi; Ii ilu.1 I I*»;-Kii'ixvti kennel and • iir,-h.;» 1 I* 'v. 'al yi.ui r'iers of ttis .1' ti'Ci biixc. Phoe-,». .etier sTai .whcli salmos r;.x,' U'lx I',,.w nc'i n (Indi-•s'l .MI iard';e* - .1 . r .i! c m ,doi«». 11 r at' i* 'f.-s'n liji*e -rof hun ing ac I , V 1,iii'M ih<* : 'ikt-Unuebe h.ouil'Itan any " ir . At Ii" I trial» f i*e ndgf'S xs'tiich th« il I s. xxhiical xf,. I' on ,|ii:ti), ai d cart* 'II. V Hole tne 1! :-iiii'. acd li.i'Olkes IIICT III ,K .and il s ill' miaii ng tiow m oiv ;lo liesjtl 'se ,’i • ji4 I.'e« ''a'l rO'lir. (1 |i. e . *, if llie I "    I.I I ■*• , low n lur :ti** h HI h it. !n o-i,r.,ry ti-! | shooting III** vi)or -m 11 nun.II,g n s own dig, ii.i, ,1. X* t-x *■ S' * « hi Hi m iK«- I-;* her a flu -n or ., ',11 .* I' int. ,n l II' n WufKifr» ,n,l I I • h,s fi "II I now inu »i s it.erlur liin d ;s. I* 'III ir<* 1 wi ll iio»i-ciHi*k du^s vx llllilSg .1. il". J II ,..,s. I (, t Ui P. h o. XX t, 'II i| t’.a' I »1 r, h la a III I," IX . pa-*t'd , e-l erii iMi |,V ir Is XV • l.tpU'l, l. 'l, ■ man w 1 I a,i •    dill-    ng    In-    i    g '* XX ;ts .. I , , ,( I, I    |i    . Il hnll-e. III. waa.tu of n*.) I I-x u xo iiMi V»si»., w»»    vnly    wes III, Ht paid ,vell f or III** Pleasure of Putllng f p at tiM* ••«1 ,*;«i|.|,** (tti    th' ith    Ilf    ' I loer last,    B satchel coni.iiiiIiig a M' ii: v.iinahln Kurifii'Bi Instruí!'*!, s. xx.i *,,,1 from Dr. iiaim-horii s huggX* ;,| t Mtiirsl axltnue, n**ar i*lttn, aid    4    ■« of the htuien prop- f'^' '    '    I    I    «U v vx here, iDitl. last '    ■'    •'ce*    ,:    «'uxe I    I HI    S|‘*4«-su|s- 1    «X»    r,i It .    i.raiuj    il.iti-i, xftiinre it b"'i ('•    i*r    .1 III,ail tora Biglil’k lO'igi    irf .i'l I    X (I    iP,. • • Nu'iifil..    I    ii-I ,tbau(i Hotis» iisr- kP'*i'ei.    IX,,..a po MO'ston liimrkcd fl ('111 XX s nuxl, i.Bs'ii hoBvrably •cqujltxfd uy Juu^e l.atk«oa. SHODDY SOCIETY. BT HOWARD IAXBT» BE present ststa of ioclely is in euob • ihoady oondition that It la bard to eay who are arid who are not the upper ten. Tboaa who reside on tbs hill-tops ought to bs oouiidered the eleet, on aoconnt of their alarmingly exalted altitude. Western society is governed entirely i»y one’s pocket-book. *% Brain*, education an .b .d ..eut have nothing t do with the matter. The Mo-ealled eooieiy items in the daily papers have a strong tendency to upHot one’s stomach to a terrible degree. Theoulore l population are/<ow giving germine, ketlledruins and soirees, and with no fiies on them, either. The only difference between society on the hill tops and in the valley is that the bill-top swells don^H eat with their knife, while the valloyitea do. This, hxiweyer, is only a habit, and after one’s tonsils hare bean laoerated half a dozen limes, the insertion o4the knife into tbs cavity known in good eucieiy as the ''potato trap” i.sdropped,and the fingers mure goucrally useil. ■ »*e It is DO exaggeration to say that fifty percent of the St. NioholaM patron* do the 8word-.«iwallow;ing act wuen at meals. Their ancestors did. and whv shouldn’t they? Some well-bred folks go loo far IQ etiquette, and eat ice-oream with a fork. This is a misuke, as it not otiiv takes away the fiavor of the cream iiut takes up too much timé in the consumption of the meal, thereby decreasing the profits of the restaurant. What is society? tyimoly a commingling of fiockeis, a litter—so to speak—of dollars and cents, gathered Uige;her tq^wolSjhip t’ruBsus and damn Lindiey Murray for ail he is worth. Society girls must, of course, be gra*laates, even if they do Sfeli cat with a k. Their education con-Misis of a tooruugh knowledge of the alphabet, the Lord’s prayer, piano exer-ci.*«es. ni'ittnle rehpio-vt, Robert Kllsmere, progressive euchre, slang—up to quadratic equations—a fascinating giggle and a fair idea of small talk. **• Everybody knows that society people write iheir owu notices, but few are aware how they have to be edited. xS ere they inserted aa written^ VVeOMter would turn in his grave and SVorceater have an apoulectic fit. This is a specimen of a society notU'S in its crude álate and Written by the High lécbuol graduate daughter: ■A n-ai cuie gernaan wa« given by nsy pa, ( 'oiouci f’, at his tuansiouOh Peanut till!*, last 1 u>*sday nite. at ate shurp. A ttandáome colerviion vra» spred on the diningroom (Mi'lc, loo M’hicb all tbe geeU did jus-tiB. The pork and bean# were served by erker, nnd tbe pig*' feet by the Mbeou Hou-e. I had on wnlte tool. Horiated with |).:iK buds with áiivrr eoi iroidery, cut bias and go ed up Ibe back, .xl inemawni arald .11 xx iiite iKvintilesprlt with a bui.ile of green pink faille, tslsicr Line Ixinked real ofay In rt dmptiiinou* lotiei of a «ick blue, xvith low corsage. BKirt deini-irain and horsc-car trlin-.nmga The kostooins of the gesU Is not wiirth ixpeeklng about. Pa auU tbe boy* bor-rqa’ed dre-8 suits fro.*n Kechhelra**rs’. A ibi.9! di'liglKful evenlug wa* spent. P. S.—Mr. Kdlbor: Vou ean fix this up to HXit yourself. •■P s. vgaiii: Ma say* «he will take three extra copie» for friends lu it. Louis.” *% The Dudes, though, are ^he most sickening-hoddy society »aiellites. imt as tnf-y are not responsible for their ac-tioiiix, we wi 1 let them o f easy. The worst dudes are on I’hird s'reet, in the daytime, except when they goto the l)rUoa,ie*M n to treta plate of cakes and .'xmoae a cigarette afterwards. Their salary is all the wav from $.3 to per xxeek. The h.iUnce of their ex* pHnses is fxjDted oy "The Governor don’t vfrT know, olxrchaupie.” They converse aiioui as follows; ■*1 say, o,d ( uapplc. wa-'b't that hop of Kd-fTiond's lu't ulgiil Iq deiicediy bud form. iSTiv.doyou know, toy lauor wa* actually fU'rti!" ••tlx Jove: that's ter* ible. I’tn going to quit I Ilf;,111 catlreiy. It’'» gctiiiig ’orrlb.e!’’ **Ux tin* xvay.' Dxv i,ilex. Old boy, wa* (ttie yon at V c.taiider's ’on Saturday? I was ill— ' fd. Ihe wine wti* siiup y ubíciilnatilc I'll swear I i-nild 11 to ic.i It. Let * x*omi* .11 I g t a glu tlzr to laae the taste out of my m.iutti.” **• Ami they go ami stand oT the nearest *u:i>on or two lizzes until "the gov-eru r’’seiiaoh'Mi'I. ham* to glvo them their wccKly aiipi-iid of $3 .>0. I’lor idiots! If tney only knew how decent foiks l.iu.rh(Hl at them, tiiey xxould lake a Turkish bath urilll they weroHteaiuexi into s ifi so ip. Tne addte-headcd, uruiiile*' nonentiiiés wno p lade Fourth «trcni exery afternoon aiiouid be s**ni'to Jiin Qiiinton at the VVork-Mouse m li»* .*t>.tuk,ed until they would have U( nal Dieir neala siandin'g fur a raouik of f'^uridiivs. l*>en the cl.ibs ari infested by lhe%e *»hori-<t«ai«il. xTi le-natu«il verinih whose hrainooxee are iii i ldlwd by alcoholic coiicuciioMS fruui eirlv morn to dewv eve. The th»*aior* are iccur*ed oy them nt xiiich and vervui-form now. Arrav-ed in a itiree-'ioilHr MW illow-iall amj a •■Kiluluid shin, thev rush out during i-very act and iiiu», e »eppsi niliu cock-tails an'l cat oni'iii Udy to perfume luoir dletniexl ijreiuh, « After the thoai< r they frequent tlie (iver-ihe-Hliiu# cundi-iised uiilk concerté, taking iH" ia*t ca de car to the hill-Aip home of their eeif-mads, half-tiiMsheii. I'oi k-packing pap is. Un Sunday iheir rmne appears in the eocieiy coiutun of‘-'I he ('iiMiiiuerniald’B Uwd ’ a* ih 1 aders of nlvrh life in the I’lastcr of Paris of America. Hilll we weuder at oriiiie. • *e A boy nowadays begins where his father left off, and triexl hard to undo all that th old u sii has done. Noii>ne-u nin of oiircolicjfe gra iuaiiHi haveaeuse enough Ui i»*«ii a press, mueh more to feed the 111 *p. xc-j. |,| rn*tnners “Jack tne Kipp r” 1m a ( heeiertield beside them, and in educaiioii Itnu tJ’Brien literally towera abxjxe these so-called aocieiy suooxcrs. What, then, la left to be done about I SVe give u up. It I* only a matter of time wh»n th* GoveriiNienl wilt pro-vi'le au a*vium for sx»i'iniv dudes. We have aiw.iva Uelietnil m a RMlvfluve, I if maa ware asade ia tbe MHafe ei Rla Maker, from what mold waaadndeoaat? Darwin alone can answer. We can not. Wears an enlightened nation. Tfao-n let un have a week of special prayer for tbe reformation of aooiety. ^ here shall It be held aud who will be the firai to pray? All thuae in favor of Mike Hfaoe-maker aay ”J." UNCLE SAM’S BOYS. Hpw th® Demooratlo Letter-Oar-riers Take Their Defeat. What the Boys Will Do When the " Other Fellows Take Hold. To Bay that tbe Demooratio letter oar-rlarakQ >ered considerable an noy anoe tbe first week after eleolioo, ia drawing it mild. They were frequently stopped on the street by Repanhoane, who tried on their bats sad Inepaoted their uniforma. Bat sinue tbe election excitement baa oeaaed everything ia seret^ The Oeia-miea uke their defeat as miy tha ”an-terrifiwd” oaa and come up smiling, while the Repablican carriers are jubilant over the rsNalt. Th re ia a ruuior afloat which has caused the latter ■o little amount of irritation. Nearly all of them have ooniribuied to tbe Democratic oampalgit fnnd, aud knowing ones eay that ihe«e. or. as they are oommxinly called, “Hold Overs,” will be the first to come in contact with the execuiiouer’e ax. If Puetmoater Riley is permitted to remain till the expiration of bis term, the “Demmles” won’t have to march till March, 1890. However, the boye are already looking for new bertha. AMES JOYCE, No 5, the small est man in tbe ofiice, will be a district Uies-senger boy. *‘Ah, there Jimniv.” Herry Rice, better known as Pretty Harry, who carries a whole town (O’Brion-onville), will re-open the butcher shop at the old stand. Ixmie Ahlors will have hia suit dyed bine aud go on the _ Merchants’ Police ^ Force. Charley Hally will sell tVo yards more. Lee Bnokingbam will be an artist’s model.    _ Neii Nuzam acknowledges being a cooper.    _____ Jack HeaAberton will open a saloon in tbs o/l di'teicl. Scott J. W"Stfield will sell gas lamps when agring comes. Clem Srheve, No. 8, will open up a butler and egg shop. Perry Sharp, tbe little man, will get a job from brother Joe. ,Charley Meyer will be beer-tapper at the Gainbrinus Brewery. «P    -    ----- Ed Clavton will go back to tha old farm in Clermont Countv, Dennis J. Hogan will be found on Newport car No. 4 as conductor. Billy Miller will investigate the question: "Is Marriage a Failure?” Stanley W. Tobin and Jim Gorman will play nail with ibe Flatirons. E. J. Franey will be missed by the type-wriler girls of Pike’s Building. Charley Bach was formerly granite inspector, but the office dit*d with him. Augnst Wltie 1» a cigar maker. He foes back lo work for R. M. Bishop 4 ‘o. Chas. J. Riley, No. i3, is a steamboat male, but the river will freeze up by March 4. Joe Thole and Dick Burke have eecur-e*l the tirai-wurst privilege at ihe Dime Museum.    _ John H Willenhoig will go to Denver on the 1st of DecernDer and tell them bow it happened. Harrv I^ewis and Tazwell R. Thompson. fiettcr known as McGiuuis, will open a skating rink. Frank Zeck and Frank Stevens will Eholograph the mugs of each carrier as e dies IU the service. Henry Deininger. No. *i, refuses lo sell his suit. He ÍM considering au euer to join the Salvage Corps. Mike (^ondon No. 10 has a contract to put iu III' the cost on hi.« route. 'Phe “take-o.l” in this runs up in the figures. Matt Fell, No. 60, ‘‘one of the bright carriers.” will be one of the first to go. He carries the mail to the Llnooln Club. ed to “The CiBoinnati MnsioiaBl* Pr»> teotive AseuoiaUoD No. 1.” They Oerry the Banner. David Armstrong, the Receiver e# the late h'idelity National Bank, baa filed auit afainat the directory of tbo Banner Club, ootnpoeed of the followiag well-known gentlemen: Henry Varwig, Charles Wlrthwioo, ('barlee H. Burdiok, George W. Morris, Daniel J. Dalton. Mark Wallaoe, Renben B. Brooke, ^ouia J. Hu i, Wm. H. Hudk»on, Joseph Koell, Clinton Buntin, Samuel Bloom, J. W. Prendergaat, E. J. Haines and Milton Sayter. The amount oiaimed is y&44 40. Misa Gregg Gets n 'Vei^lot. ’ An intereatiug osee was decided by a jury in Judge Kumler’a room jeeterday afternoon. In lz>«l .Mrs. Mary Jane Este, who was ohildleea, invited her friend Cyrinthia Gregg to come and live with her, and in tonsiderailou verbally agreed te make her a fuU and equal heir with her two eistera and the littie ohild of her brother. Mtss Gregg assented and ilved with her friend nntil her death, but waa not, through tome nninientlonal oversight, Ehude an heir. After the death of Mrs. Eete, H. P. Lloyd was appointed adminlatrator of her esuie. In the absence of a written agreemeut be, of oourse, refused to recognize the Gregg claim and she aued for her share of tbe estate and won. The jury WHS only out about five minutM and found a verdict for her of |6,82S. The hhingle over Chas. E. B*‘tscber’s place of iiusine*s in Lodge alley will rmii: "Hair cutting, 10 eenta; shaving, 5 oenis.”    _ Chas. F. MoQuillan, No. 7, will spene his time etuxiing the nhiiosophy of pro-tex'tiuu aa it applies to civil servios reform. Louis H. Anil, (’sptain of the “Did Hancock Guards,” when that gallant corps xsiis in exlaienoe, will go back to pretzel-baking. laiwrence C. Carpenter, ex-soldier and sailor will be s Journaltsl. “I'Mrp” tnlia some yarns that would make H. Rider Haggard lake a back seat, f Captain I. A. \Vem*>e, with the aid 4lf Cen ’ ronin and Mike Zlmincr, will give eiiirlttialisllc s«ano a under ilie Suspen-eiun Bridge every Friday night. Billy Sbav one of the cleverest in the . service, will go back to the oiu busiiies*. Aleel Bill wae once an acior. He will profisf'lv do the letter cnrrter il “A Tin Boldler."    _ M. J, Gill, No. 2. oroibcrof Lieutenant Tom Gill, and one of Uie finest apecl-niene of pbyalcal inanlioud mat over went licfore the Board, will go the police force. IN THE COURTS. A rew ‘«nrieni** •! Uewerwl lwt«r«st, Tbe following are a few of tbe caeea deoided at tbe "eume-pile” yesterday: Mualcal PruUMillon. Herman Itelisiedl, Jun., tbe great oor-nellet, and oiber proinlnent tnuaiciaoa belonging to "TieC'liiolnnail Mnslciaua’ Pitiieotlve Union,” have filed euli to have the naiee el Ike aeeeeéeUee eiMttf» John Gunn is the only son of * Gunn on the force. _ ‘ Joe Wilms is now doing “fly” duty down among tbe banks.    *    j Officer John Brennemanlis shortly to be wedded to a Newport lady. ‘‘Old Grandpa” Creed waa givea a week’s vacatixm and he put in all the time paving his side ysrd.    \-- Martin Brennan is the light-weight of tbe Police Department and weighs only 1U5 pouuds. He’s little but he’s good. John Kunz is sporting a maasive “diamond” pin, a present from his friend, Bill Ambler,’ of the Vioe-etreet Oyster Bay. Colonel Deitsch would like to see every man on tbe force married and settled down. Tbe married men make tbe best officers. _ Jack Pfeifer is known as “The Growler.” But then Jack’s inclination to growl nhoald be overlooked, for he is getting old, _ Why are Larry Hazen and Harry Hall alike? One draws his salary fot doing nothing and the other doea nothing but draw his salary._ Sergeant M’atson and Jack Pettit have been verv intimate of late. Rumor has it that Watson will soou lead Jack’s sis-ter-iu-lsw to tbe altar. After being lain.up for just thirty-one days with rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, ineasies and tfie yellow fever, Eddie Moses is once more on duty.    ^ Chris Welning runs the Longworth-street beat, and the girls all call him their “baoy.” (I • ia only six feet three, uud weighs two hundred pounds. !      J Lieutenant fisher has gone to Tennee-sr*e for a two-weeks’hunt in the Cumberland MounUine. He will return full of bear etoriee and bhestnat burrs. Lieutenant Curren longs for the good old davs when he used to disguise him self as a Hoosier, sud with his valise under his bead go to eleen on s board pile and wait to be “robbed.” Lieutenant Schmidt, of Central * Station, is known among the hoys as ‘¡»The Judge.” AfK)Ut half the oases brougnt in are tried oy the iJeutenant at tbe desk, and many an innocent person le kept from being locked up. With the exception of Bill BQlmer, ('barley Muhleman is the biggest, eater In ho xiforld. (»n Thanksgiving day he ate so much turkey that he foundered himself, and has had to stand in a tub of water ever since to keep his toe nails from dropping oil. Detectives O’Hern and Kratz have been called to liondon by tbe English aiuhoriiies to run down the Whlte-cnapel fiend. It is O’Hern’s intention to disguise himself a* a woman and place himself in a position where the fiend will run acroea him. Then at a riven signal Kratz will rush in and the arrest will be eitected. BRIEF VIEWS OF THE CITY. Wlllluin A. Boone’s wife has eaked for a divorce, charging cruelly. Vini Hcswafi’s wife hue been allowed |1U a wnek alimony and |2.i> attnruey’e fees. The wife of Albert H. Mattbewa, a clgartnaker, baa been granted a divorce from him. Eliza Doll has applied for a divoroe from (F orge Doll, charging abeenoe and failure U) provide. David Klein, pattern meker at Pow-ell’e braHS f'luodry, and .Mlea Mary Don-fxraii were married by ’Squire MoUraua-ban. I'x.m Davies was burled yssUrdsy afternoon from bis aome on Prioe Hill utiller me auspices of the Vatiler Lodge, F. and A. M., of wblok he was a mem-uer, Henry Nolle, who shot at Offloer .Maniilx for ruining bia aister, hod killed William Hulllvan, has been bound over to tks Grand Jury la tbe sum of ILUUO. The U. P. A* want* to knew why tbe Cincinnati «ireei Railway Company baa fallexi to extenu Route 18, on ('olerain avenue, to CuuiaainsVitie, In aooordaaoe with ordiuaooe No. 3,(KM. Professor D»adptll-In a osee of ag-gravaied progre*slve paralysis, Mr. Nawver, what (Hiuree of treatmeat would yon adopt? Mr. «awver (preaopüy) I wonld make’ ibe patleni UpM ett, prefatMMr.-*' Aowek CMm Talkk With Kno-wiuff People Up«« Suliijeou of Interest, ‘ About New York nncl OlnolaiuttL Had a talk with A. B. Pullman, of tha Pullman Company. Onroonver-aatlon* turned on oar servioe in Europe. It ia needleea to repeat that the pnblio la not nearly ae wall served aoroee tha Water aa it is here. Mr. Pnllman gave an interesting aooount of bis Introdno-tion of the Amerioan aleeping-oar eya-tem into England and thé Continent. His greatest difflenlty seemed te be in Italy- Said be, in answer to a question as to bis sneoess:    . “Oh, I oould have anooseded, bat Ufa lashort, and loenolnded that as 1 bad enly aseore or,two ef years left, I would raitnm and spend them in America. It riwcl three or fqnr hundred yeare ot life I would have 000tinued the Isbor of trying to give Eastern Europe and Western Aeia a perfecteyatem of slesping-car ¡ aervloe.”    f    i    / “What were the obatnelee yon found most diffloult to overcome ?” “Pabilo sentiment was bard to reach. Tbe newspapeis were eometimee merely indiften nt,. generally hostile, unleaa tbay were well paid for their artloia. Yon might pay tnem far an editorial expression toi^y, it; would be fuleomely lavorsble. But if you neglected to pay tomorrow you wonld be subjected to a new attack next day.” »    f I said “Indeed, how venal;” and I thought “How nnlika eertaln largd morning dailies in Amerioa.”    p “Did yon establish works in Italy and build your own oars?” “Not altogether. We shipped the ears in parm aud put them together, the fln-lsbing,‘ upholstering, eto., w»a of oourse done over there. 1 had a few of the heal men sent over and hired meohanins on tbe groond.” 'Í'    ‘ “■What did yon pay, Mr., Pullman, for tbe aervioe of rneii^ who would beclaaaed as average mecbanios in Amerioa.” “Prices for that olase ef workmen ranged from    ,    • FORTY TO Sixri CXNT8 PRR DAT. But tbey live eheaply yon know—light wine and black bread and macaroni ia tbe usual fare of the eommon people. “Mntton, which in Amerioa ooeta about 10 ceats a pound, costs IS^nta there. Flour is higher, beef muok higher, potatoes obeaper, at leaat ae cheap; fiuite cheaper;oiotblng,of whioh very little le need, oheaper.” “And the average mechanic realises abOnt fifty cents per day ?” “Yes, rather under than ovar.” ,, Viva la America. UORTI.Ne CARS BT BLROTRIOTnr. I complimented Mr. Pullman on tha fine electric light his <x>ropany fnr-Diibee in tbe Teetlbnle train, and asked bow tbe power wae supplied? “By boiler and engine carried on this oar.” “Indeed; why not supply tb« neoee-sary power from the locomotive?” “Young man, the bueineee of thelooo-motlve le 'to get ue from New York to Chicago in twenty-six honre. As now equlped everything is strained to aooom-pllah that resalt—every pound ef weight you sda to tbe train, partleularly every ponod of steam yon withdraw, inereasea tbe difficulty. Heavy as these engine* are tbey are taxed to the utmost to puU at tbeiiigh rate of speed required, such trains ae this, over the mountains.” Mr. Pullmau’s argument seems good, and ae long ae it remains good the general nee of eleeiiio lighting of trains ou roads having heavy grades will not become tbe fashion. 1 related the above to MR. BOOAR BDWAROe,    ' The rising young eleotrlelan of your olty. Mr. Edwards baa given rouob study to eleotrio lighting, bas procured msuy patenU relating to tbe eubjeot, apd baa perfected a very superior electric locomotive headlight. Mr. Edwaras admitted there waa something in Mr; Pullman’s oritloism. on roads requiring a very high rate ui apred over grades of sixty or more feet to tbe mile; but un tbe ordinarv grades there was no pod reasou why tLe loce-motlve ebouid not furnieh 'the powef needed for eleotrio lighting, and that without auy appreciable diminailen speed. Bald Mr. Edwards: “The day it not distant when all pas-eeuger coaches will be embelliebed with electric llgbu and warmed without tba uac of stoves.” . “Bpoed is very dssirsble, but so Is comfort sud good light in the oars. Tha higbcst ooBsidcrallon is safety to tbe travelers. That safety can be materially enbanoed by so lighting and beatina tha ears that fire ieimpoeelbte, and by adopi-Ing eleotrio loxiomotlve bcad-lights that will show the track for miles ahead of tbo engine.” There is much food fér reflection la the points made by Mr. Edwards. Bup-poee that tbe stove Wa* aboHsbed in tua railroad coach, still there remaina tha deadly coal oil lamp—ready kindled te oreinate tbe luokleas pasaenger. A law should be enacted to compel the beating of railroad eoaches with steam and lighting them with eiectrloity. If one engine is not eooagb, use two. OI.NOIMNATI OLOTH1N0 TRAOR. I bad a chat with Mir. 8. Lehmayer, ef N. J. SchloeeA Co.,.maoofaoiurera, ef New York. I asked him what are tha principal clotblRf roanufaoturlng poiate In the United States “New York, Philadelphia, Boeton sad Chicago.” “Je not ilneiBaatito be ranked in that category?”    ,    . “Hardlv now; she naad to be, bat heg elotbing trade ran down to a very low ebb. However, It baa been recovering in the last few years, and may agaia come up so ae to prooure for tbe ‘t^ueen of the west* hcnorablo mentioa in the list of aanafacturlng points.” 1 did ROt like hia iuforasatlan, aa 1 askad LBWU TRARk, Of New York, formerly with Mack Btadier d Co., of Ciooinnatl. Hf eeM t “Yes, anoinnatl fell very muoh ho-hlnd In the ciotbiRg tnda, but eke la ROW pioklng np again.” I found that Cineionatl Merohants sell along the line of tbo Cbeaapoako aad Ohio Railroad, ilmoet t* the eartbaorka of fUuhaiond. It would seem aa ibongb we bad aoino territory In ue BoulbeasI aa well ae the Benth had feouthweet left to ue vet. “Viva la Cinelonatt,” ma belle vllle» Tbe future can he Made bright. WIU it be?  _   Aoatb. Tbe recular meeting ef the leeletjr el Nainral History will Tie held neniTuea* day. Í aptain A. U. Russell, U. B. A* repreeeateilvc ol the War Dmrtniaw at the late Govern meat enhiidK ’AM read a pap*r entitled, “How RmU*« riy Tbreugh the Air.” Or. A. i, rill reed a papmr **Í|| WYMMb

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