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The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - December 2, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio rTHE CINCINNATI TEILEGRAM. SDNDAT MOBNINO, DECEMBER 2. 1888. s TOWN TALK. Random Shots at Well>Blnown People Who Win Be Sarprised to See Their Name* In Print. Albert Netter baa •ffloes in Ciocinnati. the handaomeat Mr. Jjabolteauz, of Dabme A Co., la said to be toe beat poated man on hortl-suiiare In thia State. George Coker <k Co. purpose nendlng a turkey at Chrlstmaa to every one of their tbouaand ousiomera. Jule List vrritea from Canada that it is immaterial to bine whetber tbe Jewish Sabbath la on Friday or on the Fourth of July.    _ Maiwell, old boy, of the Gibaeu Hoiiae, is writing a book of remin* iecenoes wbioh promises to be highly in* teres ting. Green’s new lecture ‘will be «ailed ‘‘Beri’a Smile and Boutlllier’s Grid—illustrated—or My Mouth of Magniticent Distances.” A Third street banker was so mad that the F^xposiiion was not a success that he paid bis assessment in coppers, and the Dank gave him a receipt on brown paper-    _ Nick Rnnyan, of the Tlmee-Star, is a terribly hard worker. He has never gotten over tbe Frees Cinb parade, however, and bas been bow-legged erer ■Ince.    _ Jim Quinton baa fhore friends in Cin-einnati than any man of his age. If be is not re-elected Superintendent of tbe Workhouse, Rome should be made to howl.    _ Captain Ab Mattox has been offered the position of Police Court Ri porter for the Criterion, but tie prefers to remain with tbe New York Life. No aooount-ing for taste. _ Ed Flinn and Sum Oery are both in training for a square beel and toe ñgbt. Frank Wright will second Carey, and Billy Esrgieston will throw up the sponge for Flinn. George Brady is Süid to be the best dressed boy in'the West End. As George ban a Urge salary and only three girls, he ought to be aole to spend considerable on his wardrobe. WJien Nat Goodwin was told that the People’s Theater gave a matinee dailv, be said: -’For heaven’s sake, why don’t they bring their lunch pails along and live on tbe stage!” Charley Bird, pf the Louis Snider’s Bona Co., lost nearly |7,000 on the election. Ho got his tips from J. J. Hetsch, and now Hetsch wants Charlie to go his security for au overcoat. Judge Enoch L. Srlksr will shortly be married to Miss Belle Bobn. Enoch is a rising young attorney and with bis Eirtner,' Alf Hill, is making rapid rides in bis profession. It took a whole cable oar to succumb Allen 0. Myers. Us has tried to Jump many an ot>staole before; but a oar proved ton much for even Allen’s In-doinitsble Keeley motor. Tbe New Tears’ banquet at tbe Lincoln Club will be a corker. General W’. B. Smitn is spreading himseif. All the turtles will be made to order and tbe oysters born for tbe oci^asioa. Mr. Hubhell, manager of the Phillips Coal Elevator Company, has received flattering inducements to go to 8an Antonia. Ws sincerely hope be will Dot be templed to stray away from his native soil. _ The Press Club will have elegant quarters over tbe^Grand Opsra-houae. The Club is bound to succeed if they will do away with trying to black-ball gentle-m n. It is a great mistake, and puerile In tbe extreme. Charles Wing is going into business for himself on January 1st. The hrm will be tbs Diem A W'ing Paper <‘o. Charley has been recognized as the beat paper man in Ohio—tbai is to say, the best man in tbe paper bus ness. Mr. Henry C. MAder is a man who will make bis mark in Cincinnati, bs-•auBs be invariably looks to newspaper men for advice. He has built himself an elegant residence at Norwood, where, after business hours, be parsuss his lit-•rary studies. • H. E. Biter, the Third-street architect, Is a womterful student. The ainount of midnight oil be uses is som>-thing colos-aal. Us wears a medallion of the United lank biiliding and tbs Third National lank in bis locket, regarding them a« i lis pet o sprmgs. Judge Moss Wilson is a terrible gormandizer. HJa friends are afraid to take him to lunch. Also Hill onoa took him to the Glsuc dm, but he will never do it again, Meae can talk just as well With hie mouth full as empty, which Is agreatoaiamity to bis admirers. Frank Wright, of the Criterion, was loosntly engaging a female naovasser. When tbs quw-tion of rsmuaerstion was ■pruog Frank asksd her if she would rather have ten dollars a week or a half mterest in the magasine. She took tbs fermer. Miss Ada Glasea has decided to tread the lyric boards once again. The remarkable success she mads In “The Llt-Ms Tycoon” will follow her with the Conried Opera t'ompany. Miss Olasoa is •aid to have ths best trained voice of any Eupil that ever gratuated at ths Collsg* r Muslo. a corn palace on of old bunions in six months, provideu bis maobln* is given a fair trial. __ Tom .Taylor, tbe w«ll-known old Deputy Sheri , is confined to his horns with quits s severe siokuass. Rev. Mr. Nssl and wife are registered St the Hotel Latonis, Covington. Mr. Neal is the new minister at the Madison Avenue Presbyierlsn Church. Miss Anita Kellogg, who bas made such a success as a reader and lecturer here, goes Eiast the last of January, and has engagements in Washington, Philadelphia and Richmond. She reads at ths residence of. Mrs. A. E. Burk hardt, Avondale, Thursday morning next, and at Mrs. Gosling’s, on Walnut Hills, Saturday afternoon. “Talk about filial ingratitude,” said Mr. Townley, tbe well-known President of the Commercial Insurance Company; “five hundred men were killed in a ooliisry explosion; two boys met another youth whose father was killed Ln the catastrophe. When told of his father’s death, the boy exclaimed: ‘Dang It all, tbs old man had my knife in his pocketr ” 0. H. Rockwell, tbe G. P. A. of the C., H. A D. Railroad is an expert telegrapher. In his house be has an inirn-ment and can tell at any hour of the night where a certain train Is. Mr. Rockwell is sn .indefatigable worker, and is always as cool a-s a cucumber under all circumstances, even though he is beseiged by a thousand advertising sharks daily. Ths Coionsl is an extremely domesticated man, and is never leased as when be is reading aloud so pie to his wife and ten children. The Criterion Eutibre Club was entertained on Thnrsday last by Mr. James D. Brady, of 3^ Findlay strset. The prizes were won by Mrs. W. 0. Irwin, Mrs. C. £. Brooks, Mr. 6. 8. Davis and Mr. Bert Scheil. Among those fnsent were: Mrs, and Mrs. James .armon, Mr. and Mr*. George C. Weimsr, Miss Rose Weimer, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Howard SaxbVj Hon. 8. 8. Davis and Mrs. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bresd, Mr. Bert Schell, Mr. George Brady. Mrs. Woodwell, Miss Lucy Read, Mr. and Miss Lymon, and Dr. Goode. _ A man who lovai dogs is invariably a good-natured person. General Sbattuo, the most popular passenger agent in Cincinnati, is a lover of canines. Toa freat extent be has tbe disposition of a borough Dred. He is a bitter enemy but a suunch friend, either killing with kindness or slaying with revenge. A day or so ago a friend of the General’s bad an oil painting made of bis grandmother. Thn frame was about fou[ times the size of the picure. When the General was asktd bis opinion be looked lys an rigdes in mv life.” His friend was mad be- opi sideways and said, critically, “Well, it’s the dangdest prettiest frame I ever saw cause he djd not admire his grandmother’s picture more. The name of the friend is C. W. Pans, “but for heaven’s sake don’t say I told you.” DEAD SISTER RACKET Worked On • Tictlm to the Tone of 912.00. A warrant was sworn out for the arrest of Geprge Love, of 226 Pleasant street, on the charge of obtaining money by false pretenses from Canivea Bauman, of 628 V Ine street. Love, it Is alleged, went to Baumau and represented that his sister was dead, and that tbe undertaker would not bury her unless twelve dollars was advanced. He worked on Bauman’s sympathy to such an extent, that the twelve dollars was advanced. Bauman then discovered that Love had worked him and that bis sister was not dead. He then swore out the warrant. FLOATER IDENTIFIED As nenry Hlauer, » Luborer orcieves. Tbe ugly, bloated corps that bas been in one of tbe ice boxes at tbe Morgue since Wednesday morning, which was taken out of the river at tbe foot of Sycamore street, was identified as tb« remains of Henry Klauer, Tbe deceased baa for a long time been a laborer on the farm of Philip Bayer, at Cleves. Monday week be starte<l up to the city, first drawing $25. When he was found it was gone. NICE "PURP.” • Present WbsD General Shattue goes on his an* Vual hunt he invariablv ukes slnof bis twin brother. Colonel Christopher Wssb-Ington Paris, sc that In case he should run short of ice Paris can iH oq the ducks which fre<s«a them more • eotu-Ally than all tbe froseu dlaotouds of the •rotio regions. _ The best story-ttller—not ysrner. but nneedoier--is Dr. Cherile Musonift. UU BOiber was in doubt m to whether •he would mske him a Catholic Prleet or a aeng and danoa uiau. ('hsrlle, bow-•var, in«t Doe VVnaiharhasd at oburob one day and wai so fascinatad by bia manntr that ba daterminad to study iMvdloiaa Frad Kiaainger la vary anxloua to ^rrosr C. A. Peck's dog to go shooting with. Fred sel l; *'l dbm’t mind borrowing a hundred dollars, but I do bate to aek for the loan of a d<»g. Peoh granted his request ahd borrowad Fred'a iua, shooting Jaoket, aisnunitlon and faata. so it was hatand-ad aoy way. Chrta liaataM km IhTeaied a sboe-gtratohar «hicfi ia« «9»#»rf«l msehine, Md viii maha a lartaaa tar tba ia-itor. ChrtotOT aaiBf Mat hat tn IttaWad wMl    tUa    kttia Commissioner Dodds Gets From Cbler liasen. Larry Hszen called Police Commis-aioner Dodds into bis cdfice yesterday afternoon and presented him with pretty a akye-torrlsr as ever breathed. Mr. Dodds sooepied It with thanks, and Kicking it np tenderlv tucked it under is arm and carried it home. Tbe little oreatura is called “May,” beiug named after its original owner. MEANS’ INCREASED BONO. ludgc Hago Talks te tke Point and It Is Filed. Judge Sage, Saturday morning, In referring to tbe question of Means’ bond, gave tbe Court otticers to understand that unless tbe increased bond was furnished by Monday, it would he forfeited and a oapiaa iasued for Means’ arrest. * The Great Poultry Show The Ohio Valley Fanolere’ Clab will give there annnat exhibition at Mualo Hall, December 12 to 19 Inolaslve. This ■bow promtaea to surpaaa any show of its kind ever held in CInolanaii. Al-resdy entries are coming in to the Secretary from all parts of the soontry—In-dians. Ohio, kentuoky, Pennsylvania, New York, and aiao from Canada. When the Flower* Bloom ha the Spring. It la nndarstood la tbe best iafornied drelw that there will be no nolle of the Means Indictment; alao that there wiU be no trial till tbe aprlng term of the United Suites Court. THE FUR’LL FLY TO-MORROW! AT MABLEY & CAREW’S. ^ = I 90c. I 49o., 69o., 9Sa I 9Bc. L iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii ANOTHER LIE NAILED! Wc stated In this paper last Sunday that the French Neal Capa ly other sol< 111 this market, and that no other house in C'inctnnati had the ideuti which we sold at 9Ne were dtttereiit—fluer, better, than any other sold cal Cap at any price. “The FIffh-street Joint” of the Expert (?) Furrier came ont ülooday (after the nsual Natnrday and Nonduy revertes) and advertised Capa made by the same maunlactnrer—same quality, dec., everyway, at a less price. Now, this same Expert (7)Euriier either knew that what he was saying was not true, or didn’t know what he was talking abont. We have a written stateiuent—duly sea ed and sworn to—Irom the maker ol these Nuperior Caps, which sa s that not another store in Cincinnati had any o< his C'aps. This nails another no-sncli-a-thing in the box Ol the seli-styled Expert Farrier. FOR MONDAY ONLY! To-morrow we will offer the following Gennlue and I'umatchable Bargains ia our Hat and Fur Ntoret 8,000 B ack Hare. Black Lynx, Rnssian Beaver, $i'ver Fox, Gray K. French Neal. Neal Plnsh. Arc.. Ac.. LADIEN* JICFFN at 49c, 69c Fox, French Neal, Neal Plush, Ac., Ac„ LAOIEN' and 9Nc. Expert Furriers* prices for same (not something else) qualities M, gS and §8. .tf LN’N FINE FRENt II NEAL CAPS cut down to 9Se for To-morrow only. Regular prices same qnality Caps, 82.50 and $2.98—One Uore Day ( and the l»st)ol floiiiitain W olf R'ibes at $’J 98. 38c—One Day More (and the last) ol Ladies* English Walking Hats at 8.8c All colors. No house in the Cnited states ever offered snch values! We positively relusc to sell these goods to dealers. All mail orders will be carei'uliy and promptly fllled. We must give np onr entire Hat and Far Stores this month, and are FORCED to sell these Goods at a great deal less than their real worth. LADIES and GENTLEMEN, yon can’t c iinc too quick lor these IxNCOMPARABLE BABGAINN. THE LOWBST-PBICED HOUSE HT CHTOHT1TAT1. + JUST AS WE TELL YOU! + We are doing the Leading Furniture Business in the city without advertising fictitious prices. Honesty and honest home-made Furniture is our maxim, and our aim will prove a helping hand to all. You can find in our immense store-rooms, 166 arid 168 West Fifth Street, A Large and Complete Variety of Suitable Holiday Presents. Call and see them. Yoya will not be importuned to buy, but amply repaid for your visit to * THE SHANE FURNITURE CO., 1 166 a&d 168 VrSST F1FT3 STEZST, Between Eaoe and Elm Streets.    Store opon eveningfs until 9 o’olock. it Didn't 8cll. Tb« StlobUQoth property, is CUftoo, was elTéred at Sb«ri I’a aaU y««t«rda^ but not «old, th« btddlsg sot golag high •nough. Ths propsrty is situatod os CliftuD avsnua, juat bsyoad Ludlow avsaua. A Victory fbr (ho Beil. CKtoAoo, Deooaibar L-.Judgo Bla^ gott today rosdorod a dsolalon porpotar) ally rNiralnliig tbs Atasrieau latsrstato Isltpbons Dotapasy from oaisg, rssw log, or infringing upon tbo paitnts «f ttio Aaisrtcay Ball Tsltpboua uoai|8i$y.. Ooo4 Oraik. ' Jaopb ipaysF, ooiplovsd at tba 6htaé FsrtUara Uompsoy, fouad a po«8«9* booh last light at th« Hotol K»a» BiST aOLDEN SYRUP, per g»l...25<! Bwt Sorehnm Molatsos, psr    gallon 45o Maple Syrup, per gallon........../........80o New Orleans MolsHaea, per ga/on......45c Buckwheat Flour, per lb....../............4o Rolled Oats, per lb.................a........... 4o Oatmeal, 7 lbs......................................2f>c Rice, per lb..........................................5o Navy Beane, per quart........................8c Marrow Beans, per quart....................lOo Prunes, per lb....................................5c Holland Herring, 8 f6r........................6c Codflab (boneleas), per lb....................5c flresn Peaa, per quart......................... 8o BHltlmor'* Shore Herring................... Ic Hominy, per qu irt.............................4o Raialns ( Valencia) 3 Iba. for................26o Figa, 8 Iba. for...................................25c Almonda, per lb.................................18o Brasil Nute, per lb.............................. 9o Filberts, per ib...................................12c English Walnuts, per lb.....................14e Mixed Nsta, per lb.............................12o Dates, 8 lbs. for  ................-......25o Beet Fancy Flour, per bbl..............|5    S5 And a iilo* lias of Toys on band for tbe lltU* ones. At F. W. HAARLAM MKRT’8, 196 and 199 Clark Stresk ^FURNITUREH^ Bad-Kooni (Ma, Parlor Halt» and ill kiadi of Faraltsra caa be baiffkt eheaaor at Na. 10 East Ftarl Itrtot tkta any plaoa else. GEOB&EOTTO. 'Sl 1 i I I rl BE OWN SOLICITOR And save commission paid for carrying your order, by telephoning or mailing your order to WINIFREDE COAL GO. Having neither Solicitors to pay, nor COAL POOL ASSESOMENTO To meet, we are able to sell the Best Coal at: LUMP—$2.75 PER TON DELIVEREDI NUT—$2.50 PER TON DELIVEREDI 50c per ton less to teams at elevator. OFFICE AND ELEVATOiTwT AND FREEMAN. Telephone 7739.    C.    H.    JONES,    Manager. T*r Pond for tke taoot hood-eode Fronch OlMH, C$inn$lfl, Bitter Cipi, Chocolitt «ton it SWETLAND’S. iSL&mkb.) SLAUGHTER SALE OF STOVES I To make roeni fsr an Immenee Stock of Hollday Goode, wtjl eell roaWsvsBBi your own prl<vi-fir Instsooe, A Wfcjhr Point bauk iÍuknkh cínly m: no. 7 look Btovi^and PlpeoalylB A FaVoRII K. GOOD WIl.U CARLY Bit^^KI'A^r, .Monitor and Miker Wrou«S( J run Kangee at gaaic uiio«‘a Tktk Is a frsud app<>r iinttT to tsi Ésatlsf er esofc-ing stovec. OsiasaM prke ikrTS. ^ ar. ♦ H. * ZaESIDIIVGK ^ Qi hw Hsillc. et at ttt MNM k, Iff. Isilta

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