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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 19, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio VOL. f-•^N0. i:l CINCINNATI. MONDAY. OCTOBKH 1!» 188.’'. PRICE ONE CENT I II MYSTIC M'OKLD. hH V» Pmm. The    lár.^    oar    kat    edition    of X^ktnnlar, he» m't <h«n|r<'<l in reletlon to ^    tf$K*    e*raift. Th« Hamilton ,    cotmtjiitmnt b«pii» thU mominx. A» ié "*ato«I kit Friday, bjr mcana *'tair •r four figun * will abow tiie wlmie 4eau>^mtlr‘ tirkei #|#rted in Haroiiton r0iiti%, wjlh t»o es<t>t«tiona~{-o9P4bly onljrdtof. In tha iMrt»' tbo «frnuymtu, aa %ean-%*utNNÍ filonr luiiiight edition of elec* fioo iajr.    ! lkv« the amatr » 3) to 17. 'IIm-Itouw is |>r >^b|jr r«|HiMlean by a mi)only of 1. It iltcUifl*nt. lefw • AT 'oot^ If r n lilt tnaiority of ot,e eiaimed, howerer, by Irans that they will the 110 memhera, an<« «OÜ.UI than Imre a [oint ballot. In other sroHb tf'f«»teen [.ublkan rmatont and fHt>''r .-a Bitotl. ti of the house of prc#iitxtiet V* I tnaka wretily-four: wluV taentF dr> 2rati« aanator* added t6 flfiyabne^ mem^ • of the hóuae. of repté* t#litatifMro«ld My foot op Mnrttrty-tbiée, If thir repub'.i A hare it by one then a lively roiitest « b*    for    between Foster and db«rii|t with Uw chanees in Caror of Foaie. TIt« toafntukm stated dbove at to Hats bun ctninty la known to •very man who m taken tiie tiwibla to study the aitu4fn. Tb« editor of the r<immerdai Da^te admiucd this to a fen* tietnan latt KriX «vanlnf. Yet the |)a[ier keefM np not üñ it did latt Xovenbar an ttitbealtliy rtiritefnafit ahont the reMÍt of tlieronnt.^ The liyuret kare been made jo brin* niyout ti»e r«i(i t We ktat#j If that rmjt hat heiim fraudulently rearbed, Wutér an<i bnllyinit will not ehanite it. B'itan*, bloiriiis editorials will not cbange It—ke^nx up an unhealthy and liaiifrrouo' public esc itetnent ran not cure h. The («immitw of oce hundreil ha* it in «haryef Tlie f onrts will liivi^l-fate. Tlie law aiil aeeall riffbts maintained a« tiif courtf did ill Ib’U. There are peofde who will net iyfre«\kibat .Mr. Halatead aliould l»o di lator. Tlierefort* blutier in hi% {«per will not aeeoinpllsb anytbinx fx-fi pt to set) a few additional ropliNi. -Lei n« bav« fWÉé.*’ The o>ni*ta ^tha law, la pei<-e.    _ A Lowa Mat^ , Thereeeiit half breed outbreak la Canaila and the raee rivalries lnti'n«ll«l by the HnaU'puX tCoaix»* In Montreal terve moM fllainly to eaf{duu>isc a km? priving eoytvle-tk>n tliat f(l4«iin Ca*iadsuim|o sttile. The ITrriicbCawi\nA pcood of that paat and« under which they labor, can hevei VM<mcile*l to tba    system. ldi«h, proud of tl«r i«ow«r and ti their itmrietlooA wid UM’Ot vutiaint equality nnder the >retent form of jmenl. It knot tt ange tlieii tliat rnitcd States both iWres iouk farawd pf the dif e dties lW are a bar to •njoyment, and a fiindranee to nati priftrcMi. Aa ooa of the sutta that« m thia nation, with nil the rfxhta and ilepm of a soveretxn commooarealth. j yiMiea. rivalrita aid faini owrai km rlísm» and provincs» will f*ase. Hliet or nyt Rlelahoold hant; whether or i Jfrcnch filthine*» caused the Monto «Dourie; whether or not Knglish rale harsh, wnjnst and tryaawfeal. are not n<>« fgltinent questions for Ameriean <«ni4dcr •rdtion, Wcf aré alone íuleiésted in tbt 'fart that'ranhdiaii ditliqteffatiM Isa pmt ftcadng fact, and aamer ar ktsr must re. aiilt In an enUre nn-tamorphqds pf pféwnl condiikAa It i* far mofv imporuut for n« to aowrtain if wa want this embryo aiat« of tbs Ni rth. And ii we do, to ctl^n-dd«T »h' best loewoafOraw urinx It It mint m t be hv forre of srma orsharpdiplomnry or the power of m.*ney. There is but •tm rnval toml to Ouiadkn annexation—court* ahi||i, lure and tnnrriag». ■    Ho    TUI*. . Before the Footlights and Behind the Scenes. And A WAPk of PlCASorA, Miith InAtnictfoii—A Ll»t of *<i lha M AQF Attrxo* tlOM.    ^ Havltn's. ‘scrross.’’* The Harta—Tony and h>« |«retiy wife— ought to feel quite ffettcrrd after such Ihiumw #» t ter had at Hhvliirsyoxv theater yesterday. Hut they nn’l feel any l*etter tileasiii ritao Bié the pei>i‘ e who «aw tiiem, or the auiiienecs were deit^hted. Tony is a súrcese In any rharbeter heamumes. Mrs. Hart is a eapltaf little miwidef maker, and the entire rotnpanr. with periuip one ex* veptloti, atv iuit the t/n* * h r their places. All are jyesl Binx»*”* while vinie are really splendid. .Nothinx «wro« i« r ed. The fun bubbles up jurt as if it tta« to, and the sudienre* efiioy it. The Harts are a sac* ci sa, with a big H. Han«k*a. ■ '' joeRpa jRpvintiiox, ■    , Mr. Jeffemm nve hia old. but always’ar* eopUble J'ltip Vsn Winkle*’ to s 'good j got control of the RfM|uirrr snd observed ! I tUst HsIWraiYwss growing rich, t rroxaiit, ! I imperious and dictatorial on the prcsluct , of his Infamous advertiwments, that Mf-(•an ( Tit under him and did tk* same ad* rertlsing for nothing, obtained a elre-uktiop greatly in excess of theCommerrial snd toon drsw fn m the Commen ial nearly all (N the small advertising, bo! h decent and Improprr. It wa* nrw until tlie advertising was taken from him il rt nnnit tiiat Halstead c »n-(élvcd if* iniquity, Ol»*enre the follovrinf. which are aelection* from HaUtead; A'AXTKI»—To make the Arqiultit«nee of n toM 'ileagrd (entlcnMia bv a wulow ladv. A-ldnss MKM t; W, City postoAce.    «rpW^lSfiS a\tXTKI»--«*orrmuif»deni'e. bj'a wMow ladr, with «'me itMutlciuB: widower prrtered. Aol <lr«si MKn M J, diH-H^naU. O.    (Sfdl 1«RI 'A'AVTEI>—Acqnaiouocc: a yuong frntleman (bdm Mw arqualaiaoce of a rmm lady or wldaw. AddrcM A K M, (Ineiouti. WAXTEIi-íVmwpóñdaót; a widow lady.axed X' and a ' ‘ of touw* nnianiii, for aequaliiuuirt'e. oftee.    V.    stpkMM VTANTia» house at Heuck’s last oigiit. .Hr. Jefrerson's ••Hip” is known to avery mature in tln-einiiatt and needs no comment His !*np* port is good, a* it always is. Indeed, Mr. Jeffeiwon will hsve nothing but ibe best with him, ai<l his oucrwas Is partially at* irfbutahle to thia fact. “tVbdiet on the Hearth" and "l^end Me Five shillings will be given pmight. FaoplaH Thaater. ADAMLaw KDKS; The appearance of Lilly Cky's‘ Adam* len Bdwu " conjfcinatioii, romposed exclu* slvely of ladies, attracted an intnicnse crowd to the Fcopie's k«t night, and, Ju-lg ing from the appkuae ami laughter, titc entertainment gave jpiit wtbfaciion. As an anatcdniesl ethibttion. it certainly U rt great snccoe, snd there ju« soiue grMi.i siwcaltie*:    flte (»mpany wilt l^old tl«r boards the rr St of tire week    * The Omod. SU*.ASA. A very fair liouse mw the initisl preM u-tation of *^‘ioipira" at the fimnd laatqixbt’ The play is entuely new and is full o( jwetty tcniic effecta Tlie (onipeny is gissl indet^. .Mks Kvtinet. tii« Usdinglady 1» well known to tV theater*foing nubiitf as a very pleudus setrew. It I# safe t*. bh that ^‘N!a^:ara will do a nkw budiK^’* th week.    ■’ ' BaetiiF Museum In Bobinaoa’s Opera ' Eonae. coujia* s.ta crrr¿ ‘'lollars and ÍMflb’’ liad theca^tedbary big house at Harr!# last night. "Callan and CnflY* iw siiupty a aiTxtare ul fan hal< b<*4 1/1 auyaitf powible. It haa no plot ntr mural, aatl its only aim kto f ro- growteld kaenewaak. Ytae Atraet. smrtAbrr. An entire new Mil bar been prepared for Vine aciwet lenigfat. and otM that gec« fsr •head of any that haa been piesraled thk ■rasun.    _ MOATIHyAiw The Aeaadaioaa Aswport the Heiortoaa Madam Bngilvh Heoeived^Vaan a Oaaa O.-aat JonmaL    1 The atreng language and aasi tkasd re-iparka af ^Airthbishop KIder aa la the in* famous chamrter of the advsedsinf matter carrUdiA aeeriyallof the daOy papen of < incuinati kw created a lewfwund ifnpraa Bioaameng I tie thinking paofik. A cemUned cflbrt waa maile by evrtain Joamek u» make it appear dut the eoli^ \k«natuin of the Archbishop was directed V^ia-t the Knqulrer pa|<er alone. Tba VivlibMibp is too observing a roan to do tW He well knew, m ev ery other citlsvn d|«, that his knxuage appUiwl with eqind forve and HDrct to the tkMnmerrkl. and in* deed bt 'nenriy all the other dally pa)«ers „f Clii<Jansti. Halsteed wa* parlieukiiy busw !bJbpjutcropt to make it appear tlidTtiw* urmponnam; awmow uwy.axea «Met kuBM*. wtslMW ihr ctjenwpondsore baadsoina, atyliab aum, with M>i*e r aaaualauuMv. AdlnMa Mtei L Y. tra k><ikiiia ypuns lady, worth not W thas wtlttamMi Ihr Muac amouBl moniage; To fnraPdic sctjiisfntame ---------- —    ---------Bl; (»idect I loeui tMiBlaw. Addmu H P ft. thkoflkr. I midair eerd Vddrc* MtMH IIULVE, WarwWTV, tapXi.lsw forar^ the ac- w AXTKIi- j^wae>tiUicc; á w idaw taly woaM atiii u.. itnrbioati. O. likstoaiakc ihc ■r^udotaiiio'nt iitlraiaa MURDER, , __ Suicide and an At* tempted Out- , rage, r Óívé Toledoans Plenty of Food for Gossip. of Crime iik the Future Great -_a_- •    > 1 ParenU Willing That She Should Dig. WAh'TKIv-Ar«]iMtoiai«e. ')iitiotaiMe of « mkldlc-Mted tr'afWsHn bra wi<;ow tadjr. AddrvM with «tsmp .Mra M M Itepl. a, UM. W ASTlI>-41nt» K<iuia. a^Ws aslect ctnb room. (iroUcnwn wh*liHr>agh|y partlcniars as addfcsi with suiup liox    91.    iiUB. The last advertisement laeatknNl wa» tbatof the notorious Madame Knglish, who id |«id notlcvs of tUechaneter ttending the Comnierciitl. IlalstSiuI published tbic.kind of advcnisinx up to as late as I'Ti, when they ceased to be oflered. Hal-csHd tried Uif imitate M< I,e«n in tlie free adverlitiug busiip^a In the publication of Wsnu Ac., ’ buf witli iadlfTcrent snc-ew, ' ll’-tv: Uta* ia*kiy»a*." 'I'hecireubtiuii of the Fwqulrrr expand* «•*1 While fhill of the t’oiñmer> ial declined, lul fhe nec^ty oS a i«>nioHd3ili(»n with Wuuc'other {«per t* nmenl the t’otn ner* cial from c'oUniiaini.vt'^'v vo appareoi, tliat the negutlatJoti^ prwieosly nendtng wPh the Uaxéite wera i l «*€daiid tba partnership con*ummat<wL HalMead lias -aen the circuktioa of Uli popir dsundliag, his insaoe wrath has sated in diteet mtip; and he finds it tmpcssible for him te iind w(<rds drmgc enotwh in the English kugnage to express kh Adiorwcs nn4 wtter bjprbinwof thK great crime against sockty. The bmgnsfr used by Mr. Habucad ap-plbaaith «I'oal fpr-e to the (on«aDerrial and the Knqais^r. aod the baming words of rontiemnalion frum Arrhbiihop Elder in Jail siaaa Friday afiemoon or Ahe eharget*f cvnan:iftinx son»* efertlon frand. He Bm Akad to be allowed 4o aend for bail, but this reqitesi wa* nt ‘ praoteá. When U was diiviovrrad HatunJay^ where ha was, bail was iiuKediately fnniished and he was released. I«te Hatunky afternaonu John Hmnfvxan and John Teaney, demo*, eratic judge* ia tlie name wevd. were as-rested on tha.(suD*charfe, aod Iramediakly gare itond. It waa the intention of these Men to hWM W, P. Audersoiv arrested on the chaige of terjury in swesriag out the warrants, but It was discovered that the afMwvite were in ImproiMtrfonB, JSid tliat no suit eouW ht bought for false imprison ment.. MIVXB HHWA ODDSANDENDH. yiib' -Wd-r- A’^Qood Deal < f Hewt in s Few W orák ,V/|, A LittlA of SvtfFyi Jiliiit «ukd Hof Mneh of Anrthl og^sBi:fiecF HotM azuA H%wa* of Imprest.    , October 19—[ILielasive].—The ir hour* ending at ten o clo k nlng brought three distinct horrors irc great. Tlie l<ist of tlie «eries iystcrious and ^ihocking murder plsve at tlie corn* r of I’eck and treela David Eugtl, a young the victim Ue, in company Dculic, were at that |>bee men* kMwe uieniWned, srben a shot was !|«Ard and Kriyei fell witiiout a poiicenaan whc' was near rusi.ed to ; Bapotr and arreWed Hculle. who tbc shot wa* li/e<l hy an party. A ’•.srolver witli two lempty was (oi)ud on him. rae »n'<ivn <;bimk. iley, a youna niAB who lin** near f jnncilon. attrmpted to outrage Smnk, a tcn-yt4*r-old girl, about k yesterday. The olTciise or* tiin^^ftrar tin* water work», and tiif act ' averted by th* arrival of seremi pen^BIM'^C to .Schuctsen Park.. Kolcy » IÍ. ruK TMtan woBaoa. Ie<*a«hy tukided last evening bet (didui ‘.to marry, «he in* parents ar «.»- « * J'tions. but no obJecAiuns, and allow « • H-** life, Tbay aw under arrest. ljnwrp>dHw oHimaMiHif^a Boycotiiag has btsru idieoked in Fork. The Bervians JdtrpMieeapted Kosiak {«''s. Hog ehoters h '41Q raging in Faycfio t’a., O, „    ,    ,    t    L,    .1    I’bllbwrk.    of    tirígiíKTUle, wa» dire, ted not oaly at this per!u nb/FUneolu’, private m eetary. ib uead. (ortti.of infamy, ,bet at the mclical adA^ a» well. TIw kteer ia carried by alt dgUy pafwrs in <'in< iuaeti with the eXA-efdion oC the Txi.Kaa.vs We ask th# pnhlic to áhi*thf TsLanaan, in eradicating' tbi« monstrnua mil. ni. . OdWr Eitraordinarjr to the liadlas. t.kr lady vMidlnx u* the krgrst mtta her t¿ four montli subsrabpr* between now uid the 5Kh ikv of I>e«emb#r iw wtti Bcndsduc disMiOnd art valid gold dng; wlth’Uir»ediaiiii-od*.an'f|jTenf Ibe kt cstfAc*.    iniK a «elmirfsi among fa sble'iMsq.ir    j, Mh guarant-'the ring to be solid goM, ibadianiond* tu Iw De genuine arttcle. The ring is a rth lifty dwljan. To the lady winling nwtiic seromi blgfaest ai tuber of ‘ >tir iiiontlv subw'riiiers we trill {wrMnt A -ui-in '.oi.p ri ll stxa nrwrfao fCA-*#jiot • w\T>4fj an att xjrvWAva», with nu. Jxwr.) sn. f«rr.vt Lavxa w#aKa,^ with her initial ' tigriivid ik reon.    < ' T(* the h«iy wn(iii4!rus the third largMB L i    ,«1.    —III Arno Edward»,, ten. of fronton, f\, fc|j froM a baife—b imn a watery cortwc, Ute prematnrr uipluaion of a blast in Uie miooB at Bnuil fod. kill(*d a miner name^l. I’hriitlna. A| falling tna aod Denni* Mr^Pilye,, v¡ wood ehopfier, g;ue a Hunman, Ind., oiadcr-takera job. Tbeanysterv Huerennding lire di»apu’a< anoe ol Mrs. HAgky. of Cleveland 0.«4S *tjl thiekeaing. ^During a dfukssi qiwjrrel at PiqnsyA, Oeo. Rnabody ws»probably fatally sWihT John Fran An evenlyst oí chloral maile »n anvai of fieo. W. Lewj», edfto^of the Rrasil (1^ ' Independena W. A. 'iniph notiriod iIk ■ciiiscn» v.tLow -ell, O., that bis body cpu le (uund a Uur Concord riser. Banmbacd, tlw* •wjndbi ha»-'He<l to A aaaaQ.t.'anada Tha ’■#i*nbAwpi of I'HeW ae. ta te h^re tht laad in ti>e election kit tnew'nrf of Ake «haiubar of A iHities. Olaaaed Frem All Pcdnta Along the Tdift The river is kaemittg. Coal i* coming down rapidly. Boats Bfé'behiiid at .Mem|>lii& The Konawlia coal fleet is cogning. f'apt. M’ash ilhompouu it ki the ein». Ca{ft. Hol'osuiy runs the Beatona Jow ’ nighc. TTtc H iMtma leavea for New Orkan» sehwol Wednesday.    LtitMete. Tl{e gang? shoar» 13 feet of water andjis ing raj^dly. Pilot John Carroll will bring upithte Bcc«rye dhug. The Hcotia b. Ihe fttNd to run op fo fittn biiig.at ibik reh ! (’aPtsLnt IJde and WooUa arrived,^ii«Mi> Pi ttWHT rgiy esierday. The Big dandy k having luU Je»gtif< bucket wkei'ia |wt in. The Ndw Masy Houaton looiu likg jHkitet in her new c,»t of paint.    te/ The daAghler of Capt. fJscer W'hfpkteinfMf Kvansvilie! is Bcrionsly >Q. The Biinhen Walton btrge at the.<in«in’ City coal ha mor can nob be saiaad-•The Meitk has been aant to thr LhM^g to maka njuuTbr the hvrga paohtts. W'. W'. I'Hw. the »t«aeibeai prfatcii,M<k» ing good w(ick for thq BontHem. Xr'wigRaM-tition litate* TbcTrlegmph proof.ly plowed Jivr/waiy Uiroutgb' tw muddr water, icayjiigg hsr Maysviile at mtdniglif. Tbo CPp of Nasiy.iPwihaa w*thte«r« from, til# imde betwef *n here .and Madketi. (hiv f'ltiniy toCa{«tt in Datidr.ae4wMnt* aiHO aiwl populsrix/. (aptMn Dwil in wlUi '.7»*,.ilhTley. H'-aisi'ariiif t»w|ay: Pttiaixirg, .Sgntia. Bowky 4 p. m.;,H mieroy, Bo»tdte«i llol lowwv*. p.m.;' VaU'whoi*. Mwatain <4ict. tr»mry, 4 f , aft.: CUHo*. TaaonMi, Merp. U ii.tp. m.; I.4 «nkvillcj fltg oi Yavay, Joy* , y |). m. V< tc.vtty afuuf taor. .* crowd/)! horse .íirailícr » ame up • o the pd»,. Ylte' PJ* k 8l>' oting cvaps « n the wharfhoal. Hte gr •sler was run f atber rapidly agd after a wlijle<(hry becagy e so aei^ tbaMt toek the (;o:uUitenaefforta of a halfdtoentef theem pliyeadteget thte a otO No am§p. ^ Mrae. Grotzell. Tged fort y. r(-*(»of1y fr< n? W. Lonb, was fouiad dea l in bcdat difrh and Mill, yesterday uwiniia g : Aliarles Ilildchcatidt, aged 'Jó/yraw. married, died suddenly át Si W* »t Friot street .yesterday morning of Uenairrhsge of the Tlie democrats 4 dw Nil Ofecrttb ward wBf baid a m(e»rie Üiiee» .eniiijkaf fhe Hall, corner of Ml I' ACHHC WUSDOMMHTB. er e Hsut# Imw, to ul r niodcm land, af of    ae.    ta    to i    oev tJMTJ*. yT.,aelDgMtt, !• iQihnired of ^ he Hventng TgatMua ha^ $af #•! the av u ef ftdh. mr »e.Hnitt wa ' PJ0T TH elftf^nd Bank- xtlvMs. < mciiraATi. uetoher IX imr*. t Ikerivedl .om 'Jie TxLteia.ui Publiahing iVwapany t3 un it full, of oote weok's bene-i'A tor iiiiv xy sas'ained by having right huad sevm )y b’irncdat weste-wil ga» works rau Wediies Jav, Wctohvr T, ;    .    RMLFaAXiEB. I    .142    AVest    FMth    street. ‘    Hgwroirr.'K r .October 15,1M5 Reoeiss d of the Ereniug TxunaAM bene i|t fued t he stwi of A) 00 o», account of in as jcived to my right hand thrtober an the ri ewport Iron ami Pipe Cmnpany's tvjndrj .    Jamxs    Woolwixs! V f IS( IKSATI, OwtoberW, I»'). Ren^ivei'tef tlte KvrningTxLauBAM benefit fiuv 1 the >nm of $13 tjO on airount of injurb a rweived by fallingfiom a building brenhi.ng my left ann. WH. (tacan, I, Boon andtMadraou streets CistissATt. October 17, lite. )te .*fi ail of the Kreoing Taut^aAM ben>^ tit, f on I, the !fum of ÁLOO. my seccqd wen A,'» attuelit on aocAtuit of tnjtered be>dL fjíBoaoa Eskvw,. TFit':es»J. \Y, Fivga. I < IS'AUiXATI. O., Oft. w. 'lie eivivi of the Kvening TKi.a<ra.TM Iwne-fit fuari the sum <d pi. two week»' iwuafit, (M I accountfof iajurirs received; s{cai:ted a ik a    MictiAxn    (iiBi.i^ rio.^3D Eastern avcfMin. ■    KAWsawx.    O. A-t. Til tiw. ’pcci^ of 1 ha Kveeing Tklkoba q, *)eae-fit.fund the »iun, of $12, my thh'i.*ve*k't b'gtcfit on B(count of broken arm A H HtwSitsfínB. >    Batavia.    <).. t)c 41. W». Received oí lito l^'eiiing Tai.a i»ah liene-H fund ibe Mlm at $10, in full f te:rttv4nries -jeiéivfd whüf Ibading stone. fiaot .1 *Vji Aw-f- ■ '    TlatawwATi Oet lA WM- Re(wivedtul the Evening TriistaASi benefit fund tiu' MMBi of gS, on i^HUXt of injuries recsired. wtiile fixing e^piMnp Whl Fumisc, 7h/£klfiastreet. CfscnxSATl, Ootchtr IX 1*5. Rer-eiTfd ef the Evening Tgtx<.»aAif bene* fit fund tba mutt of $3. 'og asiend week's benefit. ,on ««Tount of inVü^a, lereivcd tc my hand.    Ksana, 96 E4gt:P'wnt atraet, Ntwenar, liVu (. otebrr 13. 10AÍV Itewdvedlof the EvriAwi Twut(«iUM bc:^< fit f^nd theaum of $fi. Lenherned. Iipoen WniTr. lOW.MowBAotith stresi. T C. HThor. weeks St thrae ctelunne per eat lor it, AitktsPho err perparing pkns (or thu New Valp Drant HMmorial la <ann.en| are 4 M>ii|ed hi d.a p,*01010)411. They ilmutd wait until a Hiu aty of tlv prup< aeii fund ta raked. Wt Incüne b> the ofMnioii that liaktead trID niuah truth about Mi temC We flmt l| belkva McUwn talk a gftet deal of Irath akml Halataad. • - ♦ • '— Tnr oMrkI omuit aill end 04 sfloaty. Frroape aatnee will futigw. ^ TiTM(MteAllat TVta ware faw that the wgr way wA ba tfVw lo the ^pmrnkm ol the naxt IggMMvra elphk,- HFÜPSqbTw pfte iepaBae»aitol»i^m Thras thte«s rasM r te etertilsm aa^ tbe hem high eon tpcks, as that ke gradu* aatlqwhtetei’' en by the (^mmcrcial lato bata sigtii Aaimr • H •14*' 'tka la I'uriiicw «lt« lalHrhi tte ievor The $uo!a'ions gi .ire vile, bat they si tlie wma character .-H.nali Co a arkad in the T liad a weiMpoly •owe ycaiv ago, scruple te advertí The only now Ir the iiwhnkr ai l|» ItvwiArafae when iowparvd witl , the ndvfi^lmenis ol bllMMd la the <1n* Aa heretofow re* BAji the Ociwawrckl kited of advertiring ilalitead did not kind ef on It waa paid lor. teet tilM Ihwn «e> aikiaii ovag Oaagtif. Iv|« y«Hg McUm jM«iarnew*Uken ^wwt W la il HMMMMJB*: oofw Tsloahle, giviiu: iis^trcdil. butTtHf hardly fair to mil ib*^ Tiiai.aTW a Kepnb* llran paper Tld* |e( ■ r doe* nut cart a fig for either dciuocral of repubUisii, as suoh. Wearvaifa»«wl hi n. king * nrwspapM such as the p«if.le wa t-slcso, |mrv, «M ■ rted.'s i-.vwspaper tUcea, the hour, In d and right and e«q !«■ reaitaa IhM t)d pirsntal aim O0. for your arwl fir that tha'l te* ahiwari t everytblog that k ►■ aesrsv. We belie»»* ' .<■ drs|*ite public li I’g IhtevWi buainew upi* • OelXa Aay man wiadlng oi«n* Walthaiii. rotahk t|e wrae kf iWvtv b ur wa Witl be fuwww in a beautHwl vali M waka the Ti Ht,OOU Mere Jauv every sabarriber k I Hestr ene won th uae fDu^nH■nlh tiid HVInr^ky night Ka«.t    ooani    « Tsimaas DeWiu^ZMteM. the km lus prcueher 5rj£"rssrc!?.'r2i.^ ..«* wetita    Mteheel innate whte Miw Ullk E Ple^^.; tnlktekl. «MW IV»^ • . »y all drwM» *•*‘<7 orteadl hMteléif' Kggkston avvnute, 1 caa jttdga laat Fourth ward, bad ;f A Walob. ( »<•! d all ver stcos nti wnkiAi, full ei/s . k>-ep(*V, can hata ■ a* t|*e Tr-truxsa ■■HUS', Titr w»9eh t’lC above, ami **nt We are haund a •' rtulaihiu of Ttcnumber ‘ raiiistsr'uli ut <r <aunt as »r ‘ two tor ! r f« mouthte lAttta • isg evtniag'thal a*^sr Kifhth and wBB a pepnhll* ipne imt A of tlie -1 and k*pt Just far Lueh. It is rwniored about tbeatrc.*!» t«Hky-t*kat Cudioal Jake Aug iaagwjt on top ami will Won rseuroe the fiwdingand tlrtnikii\4 bual* aess At the old stand, adjuinini ilit En quirer offioa. ia Wtedcrshn d that th-boow will be th„rougMy furni>bpi and refitted, and that ths Cardinal wtü. bracv up ai)d make it a go. The Undson Caa*. In the {«'Ike enert this wowning tha ca v ef Colonel Ifi'Jkwh whowa* Chnrged with contempt si cuart, was caiMd. Tha clerk ww directed to ■en# tlva defendant wtth tlie ciiarges and an onlsr m awiear lu c*an, and the saw waa kid ovw tot heafinf vimH taro u‘i kwk next Mondar. WaHwu Pond, at! employe of ti»e Borbcd WI» Fence Com}«iay, wa.» badly Iseatcn Batiuday evcnlnv,.bjf a imnite r of hi* fc # Ihwrwexkmen. Ik* English jiul Harry iiliafl»ir were dghad np alC-i'daai -iationyrt derikyatthe initeHK*# of Wm Zci^^ter who T larpj* risem wJkhaaeauit andl at wy A two week"’ minfiuu bcgati. I 'isp-adey *t $t. Edward's Cailkdic rbun Ix, oa»-Clark itPNt, Dxxh r titedliet-don of d ic Rhdemp»* tnebt Fatben oi^akimuM:, M<1 . Judge FitzgmaAl nnd wiff narmwiy •seaped injurv y«H( iday by k irtg* tttgiv hdBT come iiJo.twdUsion with qnejírivÚM kg Tom Momzte wiko waa arnpA’d-tovrncF- Imdriving. ^ At the inwtiMp' 6f the Young ’ftm’b ■aka Club y,<iitetdty, charges of ttDnwing the {jolice ♦* he ased foe iwudulfBtq»ur-puaes on elqn •« day were/n*<^.a««nHt ikliet Coir nawsiooer lákven».. Mr., JuHute Dexter was sued he* irdky afternoon igt UO,<)flO damages by. Pfarick Kally fof having Kelly arrpsted Ti» th»_ charge <d wfitoving the ballot bog from pminci F ¡UÍ the NinetcciitU ward.' Mr. Ju1i,W Pélta.»«jhn, rl^o has i*e«n ki the aerrice ,o£Uk* VolkddaU for jears, war» married Saturday evening to Miss Madaiine Jungst, Mgnpbtcr of Mr. William Jhngst, busiac-s gwiuiger »>f the Volksfrcnad. The Uido club on la'-4 ¡Saturday evening adopted a rcaolutiqr. requesting thsjc in autliwri f, smd whv»« duty it ia U> an-nounct «Ék» result of TYicsdayJ election, to da BO att the (arli«.»t moment possible. Be'.iaiCulepian, a tolofed woman,.living at TJO East liKxth strget, gave hejhuslkitd, Jack'<aa Ccdemai), wo terrible dashes in the raxk with a rat»w yesterday roominir. The w*man was arrf4(.*d on the charge of the jsMkr iiteiLilJIIS^ abMhgs- rtlBfrSw !4i»'A street yinnesday evening,- a anhatNl maauatnol Davy t’aockrtt, dlta overed thh bcdg of an infan rii) ,ttia wwijust. Ikrt ef the flesh bad te«u eatfte by<gllte. pnd tikp boeg was bidly decogxpoae!},, jATaaa sent toilabig's. Buring a genrralquwrel at Sam Hagan a saloon at 9ecorAÍ an4 Hyeamoget laat night *',«steamboatmrte». named Jafem-cClark, cut friend Ed EUi<Ht unigtentioteally, indicting wonn'Tl iM a Mriaua netuee abotfb 4|>c head airl face. Hanqt Marto$te was also cut in ’kq.aide. P#h ware taken to the )i(j*pitql.    _    ^ ^irr A OAlteivAto. 'Fermonters Preparing to Booop MontraaL BvKuaoT«ig|^'tN, tic*. Jte-iJvxclualrel.— This city b:.te«ntoied u{»on tbq>taak of pte* parinx for a winter carnival in eamcat. Mayor Atlwrtoa iias given the exidusfve nse of one t tr^t for boB-eleH oceating. All the city a gnea over 4o preparation» for the event jrbich |*iwnie»»» to be the great* cst ever k xjym in New Kagiand. A G To anv ^or sending ua tcji two rao(itb.H* mail sul-iaiberi with .the money the Teut-ORAM wiU pay 12 in rixdi. KFcry subacriber insure» tegfútüit accident. The TEUcaaiM firet r<4>rf reading mutter than any other one cen • daH.v paper in thcw »wl«L Rcnrsmber that-every »at»stTÍi>«r to the Tri.w aA* is ioeured against acciik it. Twelva didiars par weak ite case of brok»-ii limb . Dne h»igd^ dhlkrH in cae» of dest a The Tn aokAM. up \o Dciolwr 1, IfUtvJias paid oiuaa hsuxdtsover $4,0iiu. Tb« TKi.BirasH coate itaa thaa one cent a day _ _____ Mysteteoiw Disappaaraaoa. 'Jiss Kate Kareqi*, %WK*i1 known steneg-rrpher of Chat.taiioufa, kft her bowcou Ute sixteenjh pf JbP* to. visit Mr». Charlm % Smith of Avusnlak. hot haa never baen jgard frorv, since. Her bp'ther who haa -jnveltd tb'giaandx uf mil» a in hope of ot>* jteining a claw ta. tfat whershoute. was in ♦be city > teterdajr A Oe^idaa. The P «I pro|»*ae8 UwX the off! B iMHeia ef Ohio p'«vtwae tht near abandoned ■IlfH,,. boinw, and plaea it in Eden Park foe a par» petitaV roouunmnt to the memory ef OMto, (Jninl A# a mkior pmjoaitlnn thte tIÉ Buggtats tliat tha naxMHi of «11 Ohio «Mkra who w rveU U ll>a wWT be mgrsvw^i mi the bitiljitar Ihc uh.te is a gec4 una. I.et It ha to Divida. A f ludteiMtl mate has drawn a |wiw of la the UwMiate* ‘ btate Lottery. is (wuh far tite aHMfla of tbe TaLBoaaw For yaart they tefw. dropped a dolUr In the Hueca C$ty. Voe tl • / have been compelled to *r||i liE^hontiod doHart Rr, Welfl. KFervaiadagC.ntpe Joice A{wr ieaiwith I’speiti t« the MiU piatiaratiiui < f KTxiw juws uiat ia todorw-a b f Ht. J«»lin and    ’ hk* tcntparsnca clul>, win) aiway* found its sparkliaf bubbles a refresh sg «ir.nk. For    V    ¿ mk by John C. <Hls A Co., (Ini/wd!*!». -outh-•Mt cuxoer Mixth ami Vim .    y. The Walnwt-street hcqae 1» the n<>are-«t hotel to the Fureka liall, w her» the Mu ‘•Mil* gtnad eb,*« maetuhuiiorrow l’"t>u* iw prie^i^ per dar.^ fAL.»rx Herat.- T «u hydratettealeTBtora *‘run ail uighf ” rwm»*~MO fruial roonite Ratas, g.’ ikv CtncioAatl. ('aldnet photnipapbs |A KI p«c equal to tlic be** wada. at Fivroe’» Oatlery, Na to Arcadte Tbr haM tewO* In Hwrdy tor IB «Éh# the B('W CssicHu Uuqgl rsMauratet, HÁ HI Mainstrret. ^    NT    A    ’ I KWifavaa wwuirit^y i^na4 ^J»    J* I \ I'lV .J. ^ {)>

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