The Evening Telegram in Cincinnati, Ohio
20 Oct 1885

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20 Oct 1885

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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 20, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio I " J. VOL. i-NO. 1 MllTli CINCINNATI. Tl’EHD*: OCTOBKK Ü0. l8Hr,. PRICK ONK CKNT. THIV08 TO B£M£I¿BSB. A T«w PotaU ConearnlDg tb« Brcninc Tatog.'aai. Th« Tki.»;*ím «jíjrr Tatí^ thf «-mnpH* nfflt »>f nar ri»n»^nij>nrari«st In iiftiutlug iU plan* to hf i!» n'lkd^Tf, Itliltotild b*    bow«»tr,    that imltaturs rrmaiii far bfhind.    8 Tbr TautfiatM c«<ati!»i« '» to pay torTH7 Mbacrlbrr, wliO baa tbr miaiortuna to ha»t • brokm limb, TVKtvt BoMJiaa H» WKia, For ll»e '•parr nt Uifto acakl To rtrrj wb-rribtr liaring tb* mWor-tuBf to reoalre anjr* ac< idmtal liiiorjr, wbwtry tliajr are diaabled irwoi attending to tbrir rtgnlar bnaineaa, tbe wm of 13 i «r wMk for the apact ol ftre »fek«. To any »ub«-riber killed the Tai.»*»** ^will |iay r '    OMB    HOSOMD aOLMMa. To the adniniairator for the benefit of the widow or neat of kin* J To entitle aubactflicriS th* »btire bene- - Ita. the party ••'»ÍMÍi>ír’^'*t either paJr iti advaatw foi; one nunth or , bare be^n for ' pniMDonth :a rabeeritter. " Peraona in arrean will not be paid bene-•la Her the liat of premínipa. ^ Reinemlier that tlie Tai.Bi.nAM girea more ' rtading matter than any <*Uier one tent {taper in the world. AdvtrtMng will not be allowed to en-’ eronrh tm tbe apace darhtid to rentier». The aim of the TitJ.«B»*ii h to atwiya ir'Te alxteen columna pf reading matter, nerer le» tluin fourteen. - Obwne a^ tltat the Tki RiUn fnlumnr are wwier tlúin any otliar bne tt-nf pjpf r in trtihx TiuitrAii.T Kemiao Tklcur«íi^ w mxiv- nxD BY W.UI; »0* LOW TMAjr oafT^M rta 0*Y. ' The daily T«i o.ram drUverrd >r.j « hf re iu the L'uited r<tate5 for |3 per iinnouoi. #: lr.r four montha: '    •    - Bbarmao C&nttot Ignora. ’“^atn/' In «pealing of -lohu hherman. jK ‘•♦ri lear and «fiecific «liarpen arc n ale m-l tije iloiiorable Jrdtn, Murniiin. tiited Htaiiw Hciiator Iroiii tthhi, iu tb * rniiig TatotKAW, ol tiWwber 1. l-oA. Mr. Bherman bar    Itcforc, the chur.'h-|tolng* and law-abiding « itUc!:- oí Ohio m a moral iat snd puiitFl he can not ignbre the utierinee* of .n l« wapaper, the eonnc of wb'ch up l/j iheNjif»>«eiit moineni. hea been oot"poken artd^iniy In farnr of 'iNlntic dtcehcy, Igw and paxi onlcr. '■ j fbtntben qmne» tptr ehat{evin^fu|l and ropfinti‘s e<Ulorhii^:    V* Tkawe bold’rl)«n«ea hare not, at thia writing, been deuie<i by Ih«Co*niner^ flare.t', IM rrfurta arkaii ht LUmtmitU. mb* thoae TdfeTy ^nlederil* Oenera^a. Toulon F.irt ftomptrr llrauMgard and Jwbal Bank» F*ai!y. \ THcdliaena'e<immittee of ene hnndred fa a giejd thing. i,et ne ho|ie it will do maeh toward {Mirifying the ballot box in thia county. But while ihía ia in pngma thore ia no oo a-bin to forgrt tlie eirarta. L Toey are rile to both eye and madríl. <Wt we hare -a ruramitiM to do away f with thia itaocb. alw?    ’ Naw Yog* paper* are kwing time in undertaking to explain how it hapfx-tieii in Obk. Tbe thing for kietn to do h to ÍM>k out for their own •.witdidatcfi Bomnhhig wiO daop in Saw York very «x'n. Tnc thcatera »hould be oh>*ed on inundar. The law deaMri<1a it, the ,aet<>» nee<l the reaL (Tone the wloutta. tlie ibtwteri and tbe beer halla alike. Oive etory man a fair chance.    _ Tni TkuhÍram i» in rwwipt of a letter from H. J. Infield, of Brighton, FiigUnd. ,*»klng for copke of thia fw|'cr. 'Flie Text-OBAM ia rtill yuun; but it Jka* a wide rapu-tatian___ f- Kr. APTBB TWO TAAAS. Mny Hoaltipg Betumato Ctnelnaati. ’aAtIhe Odfou tbiaereiiing a gran.l < on-*ft will be given by the |«>tfeÍFmni o( the College of Mmde itf tlm innaii, wchuniiiig Mias May IIiNhac to the tm-uUy a> ot:c of it» number*. Mt#a Hodtge. who U well -an 1 favorably k(i‘'wn thrmigiiout thi* *eAtión of the^ ^roiiii.ry, liaa returned t» Cirt'lnnatl after 'nil a»i-nee of two year», nbe lums^n a Cl fUMÍ« rnble portmn of the *‘o|ber side." CinaluL'Ung from the i olle^e in I»*;». »Ji* ■aiiinl fi r urrmany, wbe't ab** ♦•nnmed her at'dir* with an* h maater* a-'Weinwr. Li«t and Haver Nliar. T)u* th<x*ry of wuxic rhe ».u4Íitl vriUi Kbrlid:, at IbrUm MifO iforl ge luu a b-jrt of (rieuds and admirer», and >' i* »fe to pra Íi<.'l a iroAded Imuw at the < diun lo.tight. - On mralty Mattaea Trib iniatrr» of Jibe l.'nivrrrtty.of Hm ill-nati, in regular aMinihly ataiwt laat eveti-uig. beard the nqwrt of the traeauier showing a total of M4.SM I0n«>w In the traasnry. Halariaaand ( laiass annmnting la KS were ap|ir»Yed. A vertwl rriwit of the present condition of the unifn'dtr wa« »a4e by iVwdent l«ox. Tire aawollment UtUyenriaM. vuin|»re.| to 7M faai year. Thera are S9 new «tieUnis. Thewora 'of tbt insiilwtWvi I* ffo:a4 ■ ii nii« wdUfxi-'o-rtly. rre|iarat 0*0 »it lo be nude for the ndmlaskMl of big > c a«il gra Inatw and a swnfaretiee ia l« be held iu urd< r tliA tbe iiudkrslii ilw! nniter Uv tnay be tiiadi'S'on-linmiue with Ihaae in llwhixh wl oiiik MTITSBIOUB OLDS AM) ENDS. '    f A 6kK)d Deal of NewB in a Pew Word*. Littio of Srerjrttaing hud Not Much of Anytbing-^'nreeiy Notod And Nevrt of Intereft. ^v!a»)ai I BkappaMnoa of a 1! gsly Baepaeiad Cttiaau fitavaiiTow*. «Maher Tk-'Lii-'uslreV-" There ia oiucb atrilenu nt la re om the sudiUn aid niy*trrious dl»*p!;twranr.' uf H. K fj*' liiiCTW Mr Kah* gef wa* to Ipcmme !■' poi 111 hw of ib*> ne» iiolet ifeTi<dn«-01 I Iní« tc, n bof^ prrfeidng "rit. K tur-> aMiri.loe be aruae awl M< the hou*a e*. *.taie err.uiit, Bntw wfa.rb fine all t »e i*« h HI Is lo*i. .Nixsnaú <a knowa for bU d aip e .lanro and t •# la<oiiy |a etea ly dta lr*dl    _ Ml« I I'll H PU^•c, : c . .orJ I.ewl el euthnii*! Ill» • o a HI *, <.w«hr. Tor « g hy ail d/UggieU and Iaoe> goudi >l<a'er». Tbe cold wsut signal is up. Mr. and Mr.%. Harry Hook, of Colerain •Ycnue, ce*«*i,ratM their china we«ldin;/ last evening.    ' The metliodist minirteni ycster-lay *ilrrr<l up the question of putting tbs yIMe in the public srhooia.    \ A couple of ineflectual ¡-hot* were fire«l at the comer of Hxtii and Main strectsearly thia morning. •'    '' Aumlay night bt;r/.ars entered Tony rhilomon'f <edonn and stole ♦¡k) «orth of wine snd cigsrs, '    ' Jig^’pii Hti 'ne, ,of Dry R^e, Ky.,' way reix-ed orit ,p( <47 by card >har{i« at ttic C.i If, A 1>. dc[s4 laatevgning.    Í Tnm*^Hln)it.' the hackman, wlb> fought “Hoiyfier’' in this city two yea» ag), Is back from Robinson's cfrrti*. The director» of tlie ciianibcr of commerce yesterday announced * the sppoirt-ment of thirty-three wlditionai < onimit- t'CSi ' John Wolf'*, aged fifty-acven ycarx West Fifth "greet, fail down stairs yester-ilay, injuring hxs^hcad. He i* in a seriou» i^ndition. A young man ratnid Hall was )o< ked ti{> at Ilamiiiqnd >trrel btation last night (.-hargtd H’-ith attempting to |«ss lounter-f*ltmcn"y J« S'ph AVOfi«'.x of Na t New ""trrs t, -xm ktublied in tbe b»< k la-t night at .«cvciith und t'ycamori" by an unknown luisii Hi* wounds on- ¿erious. <’ Th** old Wofslwanl «’ollige lv»ys will in-dulfp' ill iiu ir alinual gumc of hwitliatl, hear «II urtitiuii from Hon. ,-t Kt» <1 Huraci, < ix of their iiuuilx r. find hold a lianqitet Tburs-duy. ; John Ki*ur. i Tw'lfth «insi lx"ai his \w;ife last night, and whcii the ]*»!iie .ir-rivid •■he fcfn ed to pr siW-wte. Me w.ts h'cLcd up for 'uuq'hing vvcral |an«>< of When till, fainiiy t¿o.sat Jinncrycsvrday. sneak tliieve'S eiiteissl the resnlen'Cof A. llowir.i fthiiiWe .iiid sio!e a aiiout «urtli of silver, jewelry Aid houaeholtl artidea No clew. ' M«Joi Frank i*. HothI,; pr*«ident of the CiiidiinatL New «irteang •( Texas IVdfic railroad, was at hladeak yaatenlay (or the ftobthne alnaa liia rattifA fit»» £ump‘ tlie wlkand d^tlTsw,^ ezpadad boaae with tbe mnains this erening. T.ie funeral will take filaee llbunMlayfrom tlie rniUrian ( hurch. at Kighih and Plum streets. The J. K- r"humate Comiiany orgaiiiiwd yesterday as follows; fresident J. F. yiiu-mate; vice presidint, R r. Isaac Km-tt, D. I).: mcretory, Jrthn 1*. Kline; treasurer, Ru"sa-ll Errett; cashier, frank «I. Eaton. ' Employes if the t^ueen A « 'reacent office» arc lAjecting to tlie action» of anex-* lcrk uamed Talbot, who, they »y, is borrowing money on the »trength of a sutcm* nt that he is the private secretary /if one of the A « '. officials. iWlirc ('oinmissioner Sterew* has been notifie<i to appear before the cvwnlive (ommitlec A*f tbe Youitt .Men s Itlaiuc (Tub to »!iow why h« should nyt be ci. pellerl from the club for rountcnam ing tlic alicgrd fraiaia uf election day. At the mrietingyesfenlay of the probytcry of ('indf)iiati the daim of Rei. H. K. Wi¡ son for (!,'*)>>, which wv vaUsl to hiin bv the Flrvt rhun-h In lwi|, hm waste rr paúl. wusdiwiiMii-d, there being a dilTrron.cc of opinton as to the right oí llic i»rt shytciy Pi interfere. The call of Hir iki ond rliun h for Ucv{ Itf Hays W4S sw-ptid, the in staliulii n S» take plm-c .Novt-mlifr H, and h. Allen. t»f I ane scndtairy. was r edvtsl us a twridhhitc for iImt ministry Offar £xt."Wordlaary to t.ho Ladlos. To lU>" lady srmlittg us tiic !ai>;> at iiuiti-| ber of foar rim. th sulMrrüicr» h«fr. wn now aii'l tW 'Jltii dac of l(i« *mbt r we will * nd a l.iic d’jTTi"' d set siilid pdd rinc w ith ihncd anmi.d.*.undone > f tFw fmnons i-Qtt . I *, H>i much admired omoiK' fashioh-ablc I t"iplc. Wc giura iter tl.Frlng to he Nilld gxdd. tin- d amonda to he the gonutinc artii ic. The ring is aitirtli ilf;y dolfauw To the I tdy se iding u»th« second hlg* « t niiiiibor of M>ur uioirifi suliMiriiie» as will {irrssht A suxiii imu', ri xi mil nrsTiso «i-a LifvVwAT* M, Li'ni T L-snaiTan, witn MX', rawexao, eATxr.T lxirb «ubks, witn her indial engra' ed th' ns<ii. To tbe liMly »• nd'ng u* ilie third lahw-*» iMtmlierof fsiir luoii h «uliN-.’iliers we will pvwent a geiwuie solid gold iliMmond ring. To the tsdy Wkiiding us liar fourth Urg< -t naiulicr of (our n tmlh sularrlb- r* we will prtwni a t<eaovtfnlsuli4lgidd iKsunond ring To llie link Idghiwt we will |»reae;it ten doliar» ill gold. To any lady sMsling us fitr (our no nth sabn-rilters w« will present a fine ml e.| girld slide Itoldar wltJ. wdid gold |M"Ii and screw iwnclK known Ui the inwle as »«le-oo:«e peiiboMeiw. Thaw peas até hulilcr* art" maHy m m*., A<9^ Inly wtsh'iaf to nuke a beautiful pn a at lias th« rur«naof doing » ptace<l withiacasy nwh, wHllmut lOHilny her a cent. Anil, rentnhex tl>e rwiMio snh Si rdnng '»'nsurcM MMaiiMt atcWie it. r<ia / .idv srnduit; u* one fm r tnon'li aul'-t ( r, |wpcr to Is- rldixereil bv m 11, wc » .eciii a n.egt uainesilvertbioildr of uit. w d wired. F<m . it sFTilwrif foe oiiemuiiili wIKtaaint as I III '•• r limn ill «ui# riber. IfLM aura, ai i. si rw aisan* tag ivstag-a AoAiisT oxtnxfr, A ^ab OtfV To anv one fendln-c us Ico two twaib»* mall subscntai. «ith the money ib ■ frii i.Biq will |<4" U'ucas'. Every a*it.scr !str :lI.'>.^d aia*n»l ai Ideut, Tlie Ta.totiu giti'swTe r»a.!iap n a ter ih«n any ol a-r • >u« eeot daily |Mper in t ewor.d. A ri »ar Thtai.bli.    When rViii't f<-r¿et |I„if rvsiy tmly who send* n« Wah.ui o**a Hibwrlbw n>» imu Moniba, at uaipa- lutv'{• r oay fiiwl by )fl curb, will rccciTe one pure wlvi tbirnble of sire to suit. Fonr subscriber» fi one nmntli se« iires tin" same gift. We tint thimbles for giris as well oa women. Bemoval of a Cincinnati Pm, r^Tlie weli-known firm of Si r.,bel A Wilki who have for thirty yar* carried on iu fbl ci'y the bii-iness of importing toys ai fut^cy goods, will remove in Jannary .New York, .ilncrease of buvinew and great re<liiciion of fri'ight and sliippl clittiigc», (onsequcnt upon the remov) have induced the c|iange. ^_ Women Miaaionariei. A pnbtic meeting of the Women'l Foreign .MHionary Hoejety of Cincini I'rnshytery C(/mm< II es at two o'clock tl aforiK^/H in the .'"'cciind Presbyter «íiurTh. RtT. IlJiv^ the new p*»""tor i-f tl chnn h. Ur. He<-knian. and H««. J. Frar.ci* are among thi' *|« ak' rs. and «eve tadies wiii probably make addrewrs, lory of the sfork of the society;*.^ THECOIT. A Chlldrtn'» Hoepltal. The annual meeting of tlie truatees of tl Children* Hospital, siipiioftfd by the Ej copal Chon b, wa.s held yesif r lay. The : port* kliovcxi that then* arc now foui children there,'and that forty-seven haf been ear«il for during the yrar. Very li eral rohiributions were réjáirfcd. Aff the bnsiiie»» liiectiiig a Inm h ifa» scnred. ' Harper’s. llnrpiT's for Nvveiiilier I* a perticnlat fine numlier. The illustration» (alwa good in this publh-ation) are superior II month. Among tlie more notable articl are ’The Otter Hunt,’" ‘‘An Indian Jots ney,” ■•ijiiutemala,” •.'‘uiimier’» 1»«ay.| and a continuation of the wrials. For tni hyj. F MliiiroLt • A Co., tlx West Four street. Hard on Altaged Christian». The lis*t ¡«lie of “'‘nm" '•onfaiii» the Iqwing, Whit li,; if fondhle in lunguagr,. niso j>fj»erfu! in fact. People who pr» rcligioii slioiild {U"aeticc what they jirvoeh Hal if,y irisidUsl the chon h-goifig P lesiu'it ''^ofiiiu'.iiiify by it- c.ci rs at I’Uiiil ism and the Meth<sli^t tliArih. inclmli IM tor i.eoi|uf"l; haling uhuMsl the ifisi the * Mthulic I huic!i and the 1‘apai’y, afliB * xtolled flosdlN's i>o-u’ch against the llolfl .•M C and Rome , h.tvitig ' dni ide'l with tl Volk'liliCt.in ('cnuif i'ltiofM < the.\ri»'iei eh’tiv nt In ■*, ii tv .t fumttii s iml mucker hill ing irisoltc"! th'* nicnitirKi of l.itntd • ».ir(ir!d ««'I Oruni havin,* «a-shiil itsc in i'ahalvrtc'* atid '«".cu ruhix-d down wii .Siiithem Railroa'l ito. k; haring liocn a oiiitisl with tb'iUNiiid.s of dollars wi rtli, Ni « "rleunv htiiilm adieiii** im nt» a* filthy irteilical card» lutving .bi-cn gn all otewwitii Isard of puhli'* works pili: ing, and then sipienHiig Ixsau-e ita was sndd-nly cut oiT. the «, «•, cndcavt to po*"C as M refonii orgim in tlie inter "A the lAsiplc (over the left i, and Smitlx iMter known as the “truly gOutfH if tbe stes kimbb'iw of tliC C. (h can a to keep «U'"b a pilot at tlic wheel, vgry i If ntemlier» rif the MethtsiiA cburclt,.'' •easing Slowly and so Far Quietly. fo Change of Valt é to Either Party Yet. 18 Totalf of the Warda Counted Up to Date. If* board canvassing the vote of llatnil-»u comity finWicd colliding tl.iriy-thrfe r.*rlkvt«, J»e,ludinp.al|in the rir«f,8i*ciAi»di mini and Fourth waiSls. and three iii the <th Ward. TÍie.totals uri ¿i folloW'-s:    I '    c:c>VEk;.OR.    i , ihfp 7,i;r; Foroker, R .. ...... 6.0D2 »r-1 P    Ut    Vi •E.syrr.    ■    -.    _ tilF r*........... T.IW tUrrlurre, R  . iraiHM'ar*. D........ . U.Wlf) Ktrebn-r. R.,...... . *. ¿.7)[artitii'rt, 1»....... 7.i<e Hlch«r.fiion, R f, (IT!iriJs'm, 1»; ...... 7217.'. Mis.ih. K n <s.4SOI SE or HEPRtsrST aiVES. ^BC I)......... «..'•47 Oiiiinli. R...... ... -x.T -intlirfleM, 1» . f..7,7l Iheter, R......... ... ri.Tfk!imi.hy. 1» ... . Í . Vm llHrt|K.n(c R r»,TTMlohnron. P........ W.-, Í)........ . •( 'if* ti.'ift'! Fyier/t .. (.ray.i.ii R...... .V7>Mubmev', P......... . f liHrhm. H UfliiBef'tiauii P , A-»7 liiSH'kmun R- •*'.7 /•Ou»-. P......vdmaii. I’. Bf.itiM-rt. U ..... . «..•'.Í7 R dey R .. ■•.7i;hirver. ICi .. . ' «,'.7-v ..K-inaii, K..... •V7:>.*II n. jt if.f: rwKT I'l'i XV . Uomton, .1*    .. . c;.Tl; K.u! ■;    (    *1    Ntl    ' I.KKK Jtoo D.    *i.7K.    C K I OI -.TV Till 1*1 iftcrsaunn. Ih •' •i.' 0 Its-iiger * '' jt' fiv,-;.' i ;.,u. t74.' nunlii.sixr., R « ..CNTV I f.c tKr>r.2.. .    7 <«' liruiirr, R    ..    .. (01 STV < Ul»!liCIONt;K    ^    '. .    ,    0    VV».    < /i»\*!¡í¿e, 1:..... toiKX xr < x’-ii;<jf. Ú.M," J-d. ttlrr r,.,.. ... txi Ti.i r5:w ■ (,.v.7 it.'■oiiiui.un l{. count of .011 a* .'(.^ini'd at Alliuny .'..ltd A. and Fred W, lk/wmuii\;^w rsaiid leti-ders of lie* r at .Man-halltow ii, hywa, and the record in tlii.s place-how * thnt aoiiic time lUfx. throiil^h their ugeiii at Cliicago. they ottered to the I hieugo and .Northwestern Kiiiroad Company l.'sm ketr* cd tiei r^r shipincHt to thc/ii"" l.ves .d .M.indndltowii. The radrotid c .nipaiiy. h(iwcver. <!«( lined frTa' icpt the *hipijicM.t, onnhe gr ilnd tlmt under serf ion I'AT of the prqhilniory lew th^ Would lie IímIiIc to a hecivp* line for trBiVlM.rting the con'igiHiieMt m-rosa the Iwier irdo iowa. The tirm ihen npjx'al'sl (in aetíinluncx* with (he «urne -iu-tixji; lo the Couidv auditor for a {xmiil to *eil t e r for meciianical. imvlit inal. eultnary and sjermnenfal pnr|M'*e«. and this lieii g refused, suit for ' ültM»**! diinuigc** was hnmgl.t a«iiin*t the tailroa,d (onii>any in the Cnite I Miate* circuit court for the ñíjnh'Tii distri t of llljiioi*. I [xui yie trial oí the case tin* defendant corjHira-tt'in set up in dc=Teiise tin prqvi.-lon* of the ^¡(juorlaw. Tollii* the hrcv.f ra demurnsi on tlie ground that th#* lavy is um <»i.stítü-fioiial and void. This demurrer wasoier-ruled by tlie eirciiit ronrt. and the brewers edW'ting tosfand by the demurrer tbe yiurt n nden.si judgment in favor of tlii' raiir >«d company. To reverse llic judgnient tJie wrlcof (for has been sin-ddutof the CniieH t*tates supreme e«jurt. > Oat Yourself a Watch. .\ny laau desiring a vdid silver *tctii w inding o|<*i!-faee<I gents wutidd ful) size Waltlium. reliable time kcpjier. laiy have tbe same ‘by seiiding tl.) tJie Tm.korvW tliirtv-foiir fiiontb •ulc'cril ei>. Tbe wafdi will Ik* guuraulced on the alMwe, and «K-id ill a Is-auiiful velvet ca.«e. We are Ixnmd to niakd the 'iKxri.Kia a circulation ((f .'■yV»» IMorc January 1. jsxf;. , Rein* raU-r c\erv sub-crilK-r is insured again.st accidi iit. Four oiie-rnoidh sub*cribcr ('(.uiit as (jiie four-nmnth su)(s‘'ril)cr. or two fxr t«o-riiordb count as one for four ino.ith-. «*<- A Fortuné Await* Them. rlioulii.thii IIH'C' die ey.i"of .loho Zitii mcriiii'.n'iind l/»ni* .'■Mi^^icr. of •< orupitMV K. Tiftv fx.irth Rcginicnt't I. V I., of ilc !;ii< war. ilic.v will hear*.I ii' Kfy Tnrxr'.ioi, n-aticr by addri-sing .1 W Alh n ol I.iriut Ohio.xr l'(*tcctivc Jx'cpii <    i.rx...:;t.,    <    iii- (iuiidi.    '    .    ■ Mirtio. D The (gl ci.d County \(U; vii* ftftb Wixi- of the '“i! Mamilton r> in th(,' b iildliig, with a own wtch atork, are willing to go to i Fnl'e -------- tbe real of tbi* rungrefp*tiom HTBl^lUJi OTm Til* Walkup Jutinler caee iia* l>egua. Jay (óMild will not ntirr an i umored. Kerd. Ward «¡It tie trind on Tharwlay next. New York stock tra ling wa» Kteady yesterday. Captain Chos. Ix-Land, uf Hhrewiharg. N. Y . is dead: .    .    , Klislia i*terlman. of HpringfieId,(X, fonnd •lead in Iwd. CasjK*r Butts, a «lerrasn |»iet of Dea MoimH la , i« (h*a<L The WcsiingiM u'»! Airbrake Co., Ium iiicis-ased it» capital. • Vveland has a ftmily of beatli—oh! beg (wrdon. iiicHU in rnitt*. «'•ovenior Foraker, will s{s*ak at JariNW-to»n N Y . tomorrow The' Clicrok*»*» Im t* got their back U|i and tnuihl*" i» c v|»e»*te«l. Snmll-pox kii(K k("d out forty-fonr peofde «t M(intn*.vl la«t>midny M. li'trtlioblii' of statute fame, will anil lor thi* (oiinirv on the Jtth New York dem s rgf* blame Hoadly’i (lefeat on i*l:enua;i • *¡>rfi In - Health (•tfi(cr* of Pcoris. HI., are still ^MMily w «red over the »niu!l jmi. A minilKT of |K psnr,ite.| t rec Indiaa» have tnk( n rchigc .nt F( rt Bt lknap. J*Ik"/. ITiinhss of .knoltx li.d., died ef [i .ivjiiing. llis wife will fx||o,w Wm. Tbiixi.es I'n'to'i shot Hiid killed Reed iliti during a (li»)> ite at Kiltanning. IÑx .*•1 Ik»"|s «hitiT lie able to "lietlo’’ far a w« • k.‘ Tlie Ulcpliowe e»< hangi* is burtiwl oXL A (lies of ninrnhitie his nird" s funeial ).r»K ssioii of W. II. Vírate», uf St raitMC, N. ^    / Itrdg-I ' onnell, a syrvanl girl of Colua/-bia City; Itiii., killed á chihl lo hjde hfti sbanic. ' W c 'di nil. Age«l twenty.'!» in hue at * 'hi( rg> for using tlie mail» for piir|iuaoaof •wind|( Thu id* II» tioe* m.bf 'Miltun. Ky.^ va]k."d •,»er a h .di (litl. ;Tbr remain» will e« IniriH f'(lav A Istlhr I** go viwierUy at'ireeartllr. f*a , kdliii ■ H I nust icnd h«dly hurtiig •evt ral ol icr* Wo«* h"*ii'le convM*tA wf Mirliigan. Tie Fourth Nsti()ii.d ih-iaon < oiigrewi I» in M>-•kui at ItctMlt.    I i .'ntrulii. III-., will not hav ■ a i*Tc|nn«Kt •w nti The Fliii h» l*rrAtyterian Hyuodia srsairm tin're V io J. I,ii«i|| of R-aa4ord, Conn, ir-iM-r Inis'au I of tlie murder of thJr tfiree werk»',o|(l balic TV" niNtmVi reuiain* uf Mr. Thltt af Ntiniifiehl‘Tow iisidp 'MiIo. were fuatid «a the railMwl m-ar Hu *->n. «*hiu. Dsw'ur We l«.*»f It oo<a, P.x, (HMtoflke rlrrk, lisa gicie to • a nada with aevrad IlMHaauideot Kovemnitnl moaey Cl nr hi'l and BrtsA» are farniei* yf l ike r Miniy. Ark. They innl aqoartd. |ir«Hik- U di ail A riftr-hall dal It. much -uiu 1 r iitteudcn' e thuu x . the (Ja** before » lerk ItOitou again a-urue-f th,*^ central jsri i u Ichmd li(* nitunihi,-Ixaird s tst* (‘ imd gra-*» fidiy plá. ( d i;-Ume f'lOt .n ' cushion lyini (.u ,ih(* TabC At hit) left fcit >quird B1 kku. with hi* Ii»* I looking like a N't tio'i of an in- liti('-l skating rrnk. «‘ufe the upward tei d xf jiwjulreisander-*!!» » hair and ijiou-tachc *.v; s s| u, ofiset Jhc !m liiiation ilier - aeemfd fo think tbe (k*inocr.4ÍS Bad Accid'n .    . <,cio;n r i:o    K-.r    Ú-' I ''.■>'*a- •* \crc!\ iMjiir* *.vpl(-.-s*(>n , xf :v !>■ ! * f ' ■ ; The iiic'al ouri.i,.! !. - Tirriv. o f li.*ir!cs Frii,* day by it)c Bahbil* mclJi froiii hi - le'i-b til'*' Á1U ir..):i hi- (iitcrci'l xuc.. \c V,iiiili i.r udl ! CINCiliNATI WABKETB. ■n—o—HBaai ■ Al'l'DDV Make Up is the Style of the ' Ohio. The Laleat News Prom the Creek —Captain David on Top— Some In erect ng ^ Notes. \ ' af( .Agrew left for.horm* lu-t ti'gh. .\!i tlie sidew Inch r* an* til work aga :i Captain B- rt Chambirsis wiih the K( rr. 1 h‘ Wyoming ha* been licr.rd fn.ii- xc' low < airo. The (¡olden Rule leave* for >t*w Orleans IK It Safunlay.    ¡    ' ( ap.'Huui .Sexiou has returned wi^li his : bride from Texas. The river is rising steadily with lifteéu feet ill the channel. Ike Brooks and Marion Purcel] will jiilot the < hurles .Morgan tliis season. Pilots wf*re á« warce a« hen O'etli yJtster-day„ Tliey were all out at work. J'he uierry whistle of the festive ('(s.il-ho:it 1,^ (iiiipi*r!K-d %ll fyar uf a coal ,'iiiii- ' il.c.    “    ■    ■ .'siuiherii' pajKT- rejMirt the foti*Uo (,iil. ( r-)j) very v-*ipe. < i:)cimi;^tiyoiild -¡,u.o- u ffw. ‘    ' i.ioo**** N(>. 2. Uriv.arii. R.iliic ¡itid y • 'iiv left :a.*t night fx.-1 irt.'iuTg ■-itn '()V."i of e oj.ties. Oe'.ranitcft ¡a.*t iiiiict 'x 'Ik-Raiutwb.; river wdii aj.ariy of (•, P . , (■’ir-ixin'ls. .Judge Loiigwortirs i'lcu'urc i (la    tiic''. (».. 1-ft !!’ (I;iv i.r.ik f'i¡- inoniiog forsi, l-'ruiici* river. Trie nixncy that i- wending it-'wsiV . o ¡í(|datic men s js,ck(*t-< i* iiiasitig 'ine -their iiiK -goxd    , r!i(‘;i|ipearanc(i xf iij! kiii 1^ .:    ,r ;■ > ;i' the river tiutkcs tic* ri v> e .-ocii'- I• - -p;. .. .<• w ilii h, p|.- Ti.e M-.iitt*. x¡ fi.rt a;i    1 I'rMx    ‘-in e f'xüi.led 1-,-f    -;g!:t    ;i" eV*i( 'luile !,(iM> d.in-.-'.'e-.'d!; ,    ’    ,j’    , Ti.e cxl,!., ■    !a-; idgnl kept 'be Xx" " , 11-_ : ■'¡"'.e    I!;- 'ilfi-i v.hi*'!(d    ;ir iiiie:    •.'( xr-'. o' tm    A    M.ci-l >. gm'!. ,\ X ;    r,    X,    . C.' U ' i |C > ;. (..I'. ( (    1..I • ilti '■ ty...:    li'sxii. i .i(‘fx.lx'-..'i'll, . xin-. ' i-v-'-s*"*! 1 V Kr.--*';x -I..'. ^k1    \ ; f ,'hV • The' 1 fir; In s bar room itu«m*l at 4 r«whton. Ma. Hamm I 'oiii"* <ialdH*d Wm Fenton tv C:ii«s k Ibng idiv^ X*i dr»! to Vblwiyar. !»».'(■ K> <• tí fjiti «>, iwas K Imtiip M.S-L. it and to*A mftqp rite trampa II U* hurte I Ic'ly'iir ««Ninty «I <1 l*«ic U c( arg d «life Ofildit. Mvrtle h'Yu(siur. idsito lu* it mefiebsflta iki:i:i<i'.er 1*1 « |evi I n , ‘ skipj^ by tip lifht uf (lie iiiour aiiil mifirrMd § mté ytjdiig drUM/i*t ntm d \ A k l4as£ir. The I .fix. cnufiil laf- vou »i*)| Ciiieintiatl ! .n>t Jiuuao. bUa-Uy ZS¿Í op tbe WrtWhwrat comer of tbe «e»ni, axaai-v* ltd. of coarae, bit the two window» in front at and behind nim. arhlle I)e¡»uty (ieór¿^ Morrí» held up the northw^ artiun of the atiartnienL .Mr. Wulaiu't {»i«itian hehinJ 'i^aire Bloom, liad been liken by Mr. WaaliingtoiF Porter, who kept a close account of the falli'w. while Jordon Thotna* ks.k**»! w.se liehin I the Other iuMÚ e and kipt si'ent, h aving tbe task of holding iii|) tic* ('eiiKs ratir end of the beam tot’jerk I'alton..» ho did hi* duty nobly, cnliingout to l.( w Itenini-"! ’to make a mite" Whenever any irngularity as» dl"K"owr*sl. At llie table with ».e. rge Murri* wa* Mr, Cnim»ey, wjiow* gla-st*. were arraiwe"! in aucli a jnatter i* nt ik" irn*gu!aritv hurting bi» candidate, .Mr Hattermah. coiild es-eap*. However, when the t.illy, sheet of preeimd <i ((f the *1x111 wiird. in wh'ch the vote for goirriK.r »t(HKl Is;».' fx- floudly and 42 for Fomker wu« found txgive ILitteriiiioi only if* an I Po t ger lI.c imm n* ■ i.imd er ofS-d. he Slid ii( V(raWorl I he ( hniige w«i liieiplicahie. hut uii Knf'i nrer n ¡(r(■ •rnfative --ahl lie wi.s at the i rc iiu I when tlie vole wa.* - .(iinle.l ,ii.d il.i l;.-ur<s giv.,11 Wi'ie a* iiRendisl by tin* jt.dg v Wln-tl/i r Ihe-ttgwr gxt the (s or the .i'S*: \(,(.-« the gain wn* lery r ru^rka'de .\* it vtau I*, it muy <u rixU'tv ( fiv t'^’bi ics;i>i x* tjli • i .in d*lk *y for (oumv t:<*a'ur r. (ithi r geiCh men in ’In* ns.m were Ji .,L*( KoRi it. xf tl*e »ii r'lie 'coiirt e\'.oVcrrixr Ni,yi *. William ..I. .tnij-i. .S" <'.ipsi 11. r. T •' Cmii! b !.l    < «ndKb.ic .tl..;.'.:iey, • iin-liiiiiie Hagg« rtv. I.ew ■ H, rpiir I, T .fM. selden. Frank X*. IVsrert wlix "v i* i.i;^il).ildv -tu'dy inr Clerk l»allo.i « «b^ uf. II .iml th( n pirters. Tlien* wa* nx nuanir'iii r :i id ni'rythiiig went o|Y .'iixxthlv Tlie («.(.uf w 1- ».. uon «ith pr-iini l-»('C the Fi'di wsir-l. :o.d- hy noon the .s* v'h W(,rd I .i-l I.'k u ■ uu;| h led'.' ■ SUAMEFÜL.    ^ A Procaraa» Bakoa a Buoce iful Raid tot Ctrl». y jfivaxHVii I.r,. lie* 2*1 ¿Kxi lu»i .e'.—¡The •ndint of I apiioh A'i'')fl. u pn tly *ixtriii- Cir-old glr!, of thi-- (i'y. in a <'idiniibiis ;nlo. whether »he li.i.l iN-ea lured^hy a w.mian nmmid .romi rvilK*. u [>ro* iire-», has aboketi the town to itsieutiry M * \u» 1 lifulalwBS» Vk ' II ( i>ri*iil(r d a iii -d.-t, vir-taous girl, and h' r»u(ííb n fall wn*ag« nrral •*irprl»e. But it U leov ns 1 rUiiipsI .¡liat at Wat one. aii(| |«<*iot)|y two other glrb- were Ird astray hv Il,i* won.un one of them be ng a meml er i f an old and n-p (led faiiily. ,Kv«ry «Hon will he ma-lc io land tbe woipah in tin u ‘W    • BurU BtatMman Hon. M m K. Mtt’hews of tialiia 1 .imty, «>., member of the .sixty -ixtli geium aie » mhly an*l tnrra'e elect to the ."s xty-•eveiith, is now in the (it utten ling gnmd halge me«*iingof the m|i (( nm-*'nic frutern it|r and •! ppfiig a* the IN iiiiiaoti h(",w, Iliiii. Wni. B itv late iiiemlier fr mi l.iic: ; Ti*’.slx.v i'.veM* 0. I.’yi.- 1**’'. :d ni(.n'-y m: rk-' ( x -tin-ic- .a ' . witj'i :i fa'V bxrrxwic;: -h ioK:.d. ' Imr my-ample *upply of urn f.t .'icid i! e. ..at .if ihi »(■ wi^h ■.•(«Ml '-Cl uii’i(> indy im' at f'l. • is.r -cn- 'II i im i.’ il 1 p’' . ''" (.11 cal!, eitl.er iu xr t nr xf '.a-, k. The mark t toi-(\i • ■m.i.x h .g.- i* lirm (leinaml rather iK-iti*»-. - li.'. j ‘ '¡id.v fair, hut rates remain at jistrMsiiy;! g ,:::d 1 2o j.ri .w-iini seiiing.    '    I F ~aijn fxehangv ür.n. with husim-'oiHMUilteuVttFodU. Ibsd- jna¿¿á (ioeripment bond» 'n New A'lirk were strong ami (ho hwal market lirm. the invest nientdemand light, yet dealer- ready hitver* of the four } er ei nts hi 122*;, and off *r to »cll at 124. I/K*»l rceuritics firm Inii th" trading -limitfsl. i-iah-* ofjtt'iiicini ati Cnion .'•iisy Yard spiek at Tk, t ineiniuti Natiuna* l ank stock at far, «'.. M. .A I». H R. comim-u at !»«',, Southern R. II 7-'2; s ¡it 13«IS and interest. Covingioti «V Cincinnati Bridge tw-e year fiveiiai 101 au)l interc*:. itnd f'uyiou i I tiioti R. It •K ven* at III and intcre*t (OMWKKeiVI Cotton—The hr al «qdnning demand i* ^f.iir ami markd unehaiige 1 Ht OA,e. i.*r niiddiing. St(M-k. .'1.1»>k hah*. f ’ » oul- Tile'll 1.1 i imptiue (b *118101 i* fa r.' Imt iixi mm h I» ing dom .’idl.mt. Ih i ii rath* are Ps . fof* Piii'lnirg 1 Itv-. for kV iiaw'ha river, .and **■. foftt, i 1 river, dciiv-crcil til (’■oii*utm r*. t,i(K-erics^Tlie-1 cnsumptive demuiii] 1* (air. market *teady f,.r all g(KHl*, co le.-.t ru ing lirm It *' * pi'-ji. for J.i > ami 1    . f.T.lava Sii-.* r -..ol-iiig ai 7‘<1. f-.r • I'te-n refilled, .iild tnolasx- iplli ( ilt lof.i .'.'( l(.r()(« n kiithd New <>Frar,i . Butter Th- r(,-c* i|i.'/'ii:on»^it ( r*at, hut ih- .Icii.nmlg Kvdand mark. I'w’ II *11 -lam - .1 siUsof 1 xt:‘:i' fi'iUiiitry at • 2 (ii'.t>. , pc.:iic t.iehoi(c .'If'.’tc fiilH V (bi.rv, hVal'.(. 11,. .hum ifa ic*. lot'/l.’. . and coiuti.oii ipi-.:e I ij* Ix.v .'•* 's' [s-r 11) ( l.(U-•*—In uxisl ..eiiic.ml (iml -.ah* >.f t'hio miid(- at lofaio'-c .ind N. w Y(.rk 1-! e<Miir ui ;pf« 11 Sc. per J oi’iid. Kgvs -lUjK 1 hut ino'tlv vii'l at [.I r dx-'*. ji'fi r fn- !i r 's-i} l'. pxiillry* t:jsei,pt* lii.erai d.-m..i;il thi* m.iriiin"    am:    in-.rl.et Tnll, uith ( i j f" I 00. and *;'r¡’¡"/ -tie. '17 (! I..- red :,il ' ,.) . Ill I -iI:*. 1 clii'k -1 -' t *1 7. ier|. hr it .r -. |s-r bhi. l.cm Im..v Orai.ui - . 1/. i ■ ■    < for I.XIIÍH ana ami *"* A'egetafilc*- ■‘'(■llinp sl. p, i ’ Let firm. .I'oiat K-s iiiio.cd (I- r -c ■ r n:'    '!■.    ■    I. vh.    V    .. : - at- l":i.f*ix. *f)(hi\" Pi    I.(    ,:d    .T." Ur. r ;    p    m . ,Poi    r    V.. b.j; *.    .r.,    K ri,. ' ■> p    *11    ;    K c: t.    -    ).<■'. - If-..'.dt    LI .'>;,m.:    ,.i«.    '4    Ji    a;.t .a, .M.;..ic ;2m . ■' Th-,M..¿ ;i: . j-. .> ii)..;.'.ia-Ii-xn .! c. K( rr.    .)(    tc    : 1 x';i - -lie Met.tw.sKl, I>i,ixur. •> p. Ill THE OBARTD LODGE. -I ;    ,1 (    1. 'I I ( 1 ■    ..    I j-er 1, o ;x;- .l;u.i;ii- u, out ilie m.ir nt «.Ic ■ (III arrival ufid-Aoi 1ST I u In I Irom stxre. >w.-' t iMitfltte s .(Uiet at #1    . U    p.-r    hhl ,    a- to kind. < n oils    (irni at <2    'n    |»r.hhi.    Iroiii *i>>re.    ' Flour Tliedetnmid is^liglit and (.Hi ring* fr-e, let', not pre--»sl to -lale .¡Wii.u-r f.itni'.y It 4"(a,l    o-, »|>ring    family    F (a 1 fio (Xti,i'a: L'lfii,».    suiKTtine    F)    n.»,    i.,w, grmJc FJ.-'-"'f'Lt i‘i...winter |iwteut I*. 2"«a S *n. and «i.nng|»»tent *.1 4fWr^.> 7,', |h r hbb Will .*11—.in fi.ir tiiilliiigden end uI tie - y offered lit o7f«. ("s for Nti. 2, ;-6!(t.«M -for .No. and s7f'*.;i I i..r n Jtsfml. .1 . Rye ipiii t an 1 iim liam.ed, lit i2,v fur No 2 S"d'¡.s lor ,No 2 grade.'r.    ' Corn—^cii!•(•«' for ear ’.und nominally iquutclnf fif(i,l7c., mixed 'bellH "sd.l Ht ' {'(«(f.tj- , . Ixr .No. 2. 4.V .O ' .Ni', liicd w ,iic niixe 1 at «I (• p r bush I »t«ts I ns er in tot e .itt in t;dr (leruaod. N.I. 2 w hill (|ii il(-I ul sv .. No. inivi.la 27',» and ri i-.usl at ;' (.(.-'i .<• |»*r bu~li. ! Burley - 'piii t a;id firiu. No. 1 fall old ut and No. -1 IU niy, ir like.viai* Inn *1ne iind wiih tin T-.I • liouat»! at tbe lii.td I me v ni tbe suliie bu-.' el s'h'. ring at I«r i|. ietrafiuit i» f.i'.h Ml f.tir .1. (-1.111.! ;i( IOWA PROHIBITION. A OMetioa of lat>*rc«t to All Cold WaUr Pa p’é. «'•n *•.*>, <K-t .»» - l.vi liid .eM, It jv I,. I lafMTaHy kii -wii tlmt an inr(a>rtant cuae, iRfiirb pracih ill) in oSe- the c >n»titu-tfona Bv uf tlie lowii pro'iihi'iiry luai, wilt »c'ie u ■ 1«*f. “c the I iide I    «uppcc.e «>urt di.rdti (he |.xw« k *»ii< h. Im-i-aver. If lb* f»" I N I r bn .iiortMlg • .tllll-■e Or I. J Blum, of thehsai Ihm tirm of ^iim * H ttai. h-ft Ic* W hlüinrlnii In nr ¡er u hfi.ll the ;if u"*d hrie7. Ill U half of Ih- I |{Ux.U(Ja ill rrivr. ll.v UlUr af* Ucutge W ii--ky- llti-diw Í ♦I '> |i rgn'l'iii. I r i    uiiv—1 r.!d n '    Ibdi . n;el    ri '< ' iioi:dn:il. Ml*»    I'o-k    II I c * ■    . 2    -    *    (I. |K-r Id l. hi'.t tin ( ,1s tlx h ii    ¡I    I    p' Ijinl ' urn t fna.,. * n «• I t the «• Is ni.-tliMig Is'iiiir ih lU .    1.    1 Hrv s'ult M. ai* I'nil iui I a. Kill er . UII i ■'>' f't i ■ f'c I) I rdi    ! st.orl 1 . i.r »id( s c I (■ o I ^sdk.< .n    .1 .tib-i.g f.iill    I.:-    *h d, !»,    ,.    -iixf: lit) *)il. ■!    ,    .    ' shxrt i • r side '• ,( ..II k( I .siuvar iir-(I M. 4I* .■*:•% il> . .1 n    ' - i-n-t) i|) I a...l    Ih avy ix    . e ..    'u ueb a-    ’.•f'flt'V- and    light si 11    I r hn-iiki.l' (.. (>.ii ele ;r at    , , -.;.)    1 7',‘.i7'.i ..ml slioiilder» at X 0>    4. «U-U d and |»l*-ked. .!(' ¡I .=[ ■o '( h'-'ur lit*" r . ri,., CII, I'. I Inhabited i*' e ton*,. Piikc. < ..rhiii ntid    noti-rmu- A'xv Brtssc’t h .1 .*1 f("')t St !i( (I'-ii sii'idii,. .-'¡.J the f. lit I'."-* (-1 :i    4i*ii . I i: a p. 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