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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 21, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio VOL. 1 -NO. 07. \ V-  ,    g...,. ^ I .    , V    At to Boycotting Iln'ftcml M. rail* for tl.e boycotting of • the F.n«iulrpr. We arc Inclined to the opinion oumlTes, that tlie |«i>er that publi^he» the l4>aUiana iMttrj $ul», and the filthy • medimlade. ehonld h« botc/tU'd. ,Both of • tAea* resaoti* apily, how«:%rr, more«tronyly to^fhe romracrcial fJarettc than any otiier • joomal published in thia roaimunity. The I, r. tl., we niafiect, ralla ior the boycotting ! of lite Enquirer on jiolltical ground». Again, we have not the alighteat objec-thm In the world to that; but we aogeeel that a good deal of b«>y«*otting of the <*om-i merdal dhould be don^ for tbe rame rea-•» ag^» that it allege* aj^inat the Enquirer. For inatance, tlie many friends of Herman • Knnwener in Glntlnnati altould not he»i- • tate to boycott U>e i*pee which on the morning of the (k loh«r eler'tiun in 1M3 ad-tíokI repnblh ana to go to th« polla with their lead pencila aliarpened and cat Mr. Knuwener and certoin member» of tlic leglalature. It was thia ¡that drfi aUd I , the repubH«rt ticket on that <lay. llal-* atcnd did it for tire reason that he \ wanted to defeat Ciiarha Frmtcr, who would hare be*'n choeen United State» senator from Ohio had the rrp tblw-an party carrie»! Hantiltoo County at that time. The friend» of Judge Cox ,»liould adopt the bojc tting system for • the thooMOrl ond one rcaions ' that the Commercial asMuain has (urnhherl in the iiaat. The frfetMlsof Hon. 8 8. Itaria should not forget the than who < <intrihuti-<l to the defeat of the rrpubtkan candidate for mayor in I87X Tlie friends of fiencra! Crant *urcly wituld beju-siiricd in boyisjtliiig the man ,, ^wbo called tl»«. greatest heU) of modem times'•adrtinkenimbe* iirand ikna a," Surely the friend* and admiremof the luartynsl Idneoln, atioiild not hesitaie^to boycutl the man and (he coiuern «hiih"1i7i:f|g<’»ted hi* as»a*»inat.oa, whhh biooJy mtgi{e»tion in leas than eight*-eii pióiíth» thercaf-cr was carrtsd into horrible efTuct. The repuhlicaii ticket, whk b rn t with a diggracafal defeat last week, surely ought to remcmfier tlmt it wa* due to lla!»tca<l • that defeat a as brought almut Tlic republii an fr endi ol lien KgglcsUm will surely rentenilcr tlie wiiolesa.e abuw that was tiiidefs r,citly Iuu|m-<1 upon him sini|dy betansc l>«-n defeated the pet of the t.’ornmarcial for < ongre«i a>me e glib en or twenty yaars a;?<». Surely Hk> friends of fícorge Cox will _ I feel Justified in boycotting the nun who furnished Dan Daltou with material for i a circular whlcb-aeaa comfX* d cxclushely of tha (Uatr.Wff th« adlbj« csntmer- gu^^^^i^fenids (^thrlgiit IIonTíngtói can laka a hand in boy t>tUng, for bad it not teen (or the Commercial lt« would not hare b»«n defeated. Hur ly (he fr,e:tda if Mr, Itiehardaon will not foigjtt tlist as certain as tl.eaiin riaea be would have l^een elected on la»: Tui edsy -had it not Ijeeu for the conduct of the Commen ial. Tliia U traieahle to tlie INiblieat.en con erning .Mr liic aisiaon'a f^iinectiou with 1 ol.oo Conimiasioncr .Hieren». .‘■urely the friend» of Mr. Cliwrha W'»-alh erby will no: li»“l much difh< ulty l.i boycotting the Commercial mon» er What tfie iieeil of the ct‘y at this time it, t lat thia umii te a u-relj let ulone; that bis already dro-jpiug cinutaiion he isslut'ciJ to a |s>iiit wb.di will com)s'l his ret reirent lr>m tlie lu the meantime, tlie rej ubican party 'n Ohio nceda is a, d'cnt. clean republican ,) Journal in Ukis ccuU r of ¡«o iticul thougbt , and action. W'e can assure them tliat tl.e titoe la notat all diatuot when this want «|.l be SBppaid. SHLILVD (¡KIT. ) Idibt 0. A* wa teve rrriewtisltjr kakt. tlié i lee of 'attack ■ lag the M'*liter o e unU<-r aujr itrrotnstaixe» la WiBidy Id <Hir. u ihs i>r»t plate, thow- who , aerUh in atole are tavHri*l>ljr ibw luitoiem, an<t. In Ue- serood oleor. tbe rr„|wrty deetroy<Nt ttuot bepk.d lor eutoi tbe bard ewmiiiwkol iteUbcr nt lb* e''f. Wlira lite McUwim «ant • new oib<v lor tbe Iteiufrsr Uief »bmikl In 1 d it at tbar owu eX|jen»e. owiii or* tal «laaeiie Tbi» Statement, Ui bortow tbe language of the <d tor of til" ( ouine c alCa» tU*, “is simply hilo ir." The city would n«>t bnve to j ay ,ior a i cw »fH< e. fr*r the Mcteanb ñor 'would the inauraiice oomiatniaa hare to par r it if it WB* bumesl d«wu. la Chio, unlike in Pcnn*yiraola, neither tiie ’«Uie, m.r municipality nor iiisura* oe uumitanies («y for pr erty daatroy d in a nut. The who called for tii« »«kj*ination of iTrrai-uriit Ignco'n, and w:u> wriifaiaa f**w n.onthi last past waa e..llmg for t e aa«aaiiiaijon •f otbeia In this aty, b eotirtlj JusUttel ih uut aaking an apitewl to nol' oce. fur Ju»t »o sura aa he wi/ald bring violence U{»on tilia dty aipdn, Juat ao auiw would i e and bb twy the penalty. Tbe b.ood of a ona is ffhergeable lo Jiim, ua I no man haa ao iauob Interear of a personal nature in avoiding Jit<t au'-h utteraiM«i aa abote aa the bloody-min e-i nt-n who called Unuit ■ drunken imbec tte and an aa*. A’ Sheri ff’a' Wife Horsewhipi a Flip Young Ml 11/ —.  — ^ While Her Erotber Bocouragee Her With the' Beady Rerolrer. Mi.s»riKi.i>, Oct. 21—{Kxrlu«Te].—A great lenaation wa* caiued on tbe atres'is about five o'ciork last night by Mrs. Oates, wife of HherifT 4‘>bn'0aies. horsewhipping Robert Kitcliie, a well known nuin around town. Mrs.    caught llitc|)ie at tlie comer of -Main Íami Third streets, and while her brolHer «food by with a loa«lerl revolver, Mrs. Gate* b«-la^ bored her vi' lim unmcr* ifully. A great crowd rol)ertf*<l. and the lady was entlnin,-ttNtically chcerr'd. Ritchie is accuwdof talkini^ M-andalously ateiit -Mrs. Gates. ¿ Don’t Fall To read the tlmlling serial 'comtncn* ing tomorrow.    -V j    ^ , “BOLL, ON JORDON.'• e waruryoftb* IfoaaUbc licclcrs are liiNJi man 1. iiicnting negroV* :iiisMsl. time»" is no lonas r heard. Kba *Bm Bard. ((to- ■ r* 1*1 Ummiu ] Wa notify tii« l .m«*8tor thát w« do not araal any mora of ila Impar Inema It is ■ndara ood to iikaka many pretenaiona to foniliar daorncy, aod yet ft la ot<n aa a for the clrvulat on of McL««nUro. It b* an Imponani •.uadkwiioUwllmea-•lar wbcdwff It la on th* aiila of hcnmty and dteaocy In thia toan er not Carta.uly Uw Tlmaantar aould te t- a Uth r fur Uta «tlmination of Ib* a rrak of cepparhradUm Ihnt rana ihnm.fh Its cnrcaaa. 1h« |am- Tha Ohio Blaing, and Thta Popular Bong is the War Cry'of the Roualabout. Coal w! TIic ittnif “Hard times ' i* no lon^s Old man I*ii kctt U fui his last legs. t’hAriey Rcctes is aith tli" Mierlcy. «'old wcatt.erclotln* are in deiiiand. The Suf-ccsB has arrived from Ponury. There jotui be some magnet at I’iitfhUrg. The BuckeyeHlatc lo*)k.‘ ike h-rself again, ("apt .Som Hol)s|rTs hasgoiH-lo la>ulsTÍ|le: .V> preacher Is needed on the riVer front, Hurry M.i <'ulluugh l.«wrll up in the show line    ! Cloudy and cool, with plenty pj busi-ne**. The bar off < hcster. III., ia c»u»ing *ome tiouhlc. 'Ihet’ityof -Vashrille will get an over-hauling.    ^ River still climbing with 171Í feet in the I luini.el,    . JaintK aiid Charles Nii htils will pilot the Hutislon. Tlm,Kwal l brought in John Ryan's show yokterd^y. ‘    ‘    , Andy llaxlett has taken charge of fd' cattle of the KlcftW(«.d. Cnpt. Kd. Hor’en came down fro i Pomeroy yesterday The Charlie .Mclytnald ho* arrived with a low of    and    Bali. The A K. Wo airuff Is doing goml work removing obstructi**n«. Capt. Iktugherly. of Louisville, is up Iwrc hunting bowiders. The “blazing stnnip” is once more as-•wuiug her old tuii* air. Cba*. Crowley h *s accepted a position on the Mem|ihts wluufl^t. dVqyt. T. C. (tehoua wtlljnart.tba^8lock-dale to Pittabu'g toniorrow. A iiunilter of men have offered dally to work toeir way up in t¡4* eiiiptieai The pump of the bar};e hand now hreaka [ the dull monotony of coal boat Ide. 7b‘.' like I» pulled up at ihe fool of Ludlow. Her a.rvice» ar** no niore n*mii-d. 'Hie Houston, with ndly larw Kates in comrnan*L haVes to ugiit lor .N’tw Oriean*. Th** ihniarixa wi h «'apt. Holloway, tbe nnial boat in cummaud, Ls ex)»s kd he-fbty. CommfKlon’ R. W. Wi»c will adopt thy tCD-slay trip plan ugá'n in the Merophi» iratlc. It would do your heayt giwd to go to the whari and hear the hippy sorigs of busy ruusia'iout*. It*-mail linedi»* all Ihe aide’whrcler» in the tratlc, and, as a reault, pasvagu traftit haa ptckid up. Tite c«dd '{Mowum and greasy sausage at the variou* lunch dives is going r p:dly. The ••tsH>u" with his hat on his left ear U happy. Bo it» leaving tielay Pomeroy, General I'lkc. Campbell, í p. m.; Vancchurg, Moi t-ain Girl, Ir»nary, 4 p. m , (Thilo, Tac- ma, Mor,;aii, I ji. m,; laiuiav tile, (^t> of.Madi-Hin, David, 5 p. m.; .Memphis, b ickeye Mate, Vinton, Á p. in.; New Orleans, New M ry Iluustuii, Kaics 'I p. tn. Wh»n the City of N..;^*hviire milled in a crowd of “dci k«, * In a ' riianUd Uie (ol.owing, which wa* imimsliaie.y wired the 1 XLI^<>a.tM That I at-u lu Dnvtt if,    -* Mat u ver.. 11.    h Berwuai- the > y h( NMhvllla Utkt the lo » 'u<.rUj lo.^ ' Don’t Fail To read tlie thciLiiig wrial commencing tomorrow. ~Tkail kixUPfl. I ■raplia Uiat «aaalm a ly bn ak througli tia Bi4a iIIm apuU of l-awila «. i aae, at* tha anridaoaa *f tbI g« M> mUmaM ralaod. Tb* Baaal «a*. (Maealag Tb# TlmowHiar M a tmeklar lataacaaMi lia Btiannma ara vaiDaJj whboui vaigbl, Weaagi itey ara fuearaad aaelaairaly bv •drerltfag paiionafa. It abiMaa Ua bael fi(at»4 U II CM Mauf* an adfeitiaaeeai Ibaiaof. is not the only plat e a black iegcag ind. :    ] Í breaking oj) of the Thirteenth Regl-G.\N. G, caidt) at HU hmond, Ind., cenncs, U-d., Grand Hotel, is mm ot, ««• the- hush house has I ecu clrtst-d. Two eiiiitom house ins|a-rUin! at New York, wl6 have been in the .-enrice par fifteen years, have hecn sUBpended f<jf brib*ry. The “hlack leg” has l*i»*n discovered among a l«( of cuttle at (ireenÜeld, Maia. This IS not the oiilyjtlut e a black iegcag l>e fhund The ment«».AN. G, c;nn| was utteml^l by a logruceftil »ceu« on tbá part of roiijfte;-'"''^ Don’t Fail To reatl the thrilling serial eommeaglnd tomorrow, THE THBATEH». “Collars and Cviffs" is proving a big caidf St ilarri.s'. There'» a deal of genuine fun in the play, and it comJ»el« the audience laugh. That's all it aim«to do. It I- á aw* ing big emwds, as it di serves. "Niagiira " is dr. w ' g better at the («rand as t lie w eek grows Older, The company it imrt lAilarly good, ami with Hie aid of hively m enes, "Niagara” I» quite attractive. M'hoever fails to see it will miss a treat. The engagement of the Harts in “But* Pm*,” at FlavUn’s, is f roVing to be one o( the l.i-st ÓÍ the saasort.v Tl»e,!hoa»e la crowded at ^ch i^rformaMr i\ ' and the audíepcei* are more than delightid. I on’t fail lo-see PMuttons” this w»-ejt.    ’    Í Lilly (lay’s “A-laailess Hden is rtill drawing big honseji at the l’( ople'a. Besides being an exct Kent anatomir al exhibí* tlon, it.savir, g*«Kl show. 1 here are a riurnlier of very clcver ariisf* in tlie cóm- {►any. and sfuu'e very pretty singing may te lesrd. It Is almost uiwh-s.s to say anything about lleuck’» this week further than to announe# that Mr. Joe Jefferson is there. The an-ipmncemcnt is comment »u®eient. To-niplit “Gricket on the lleartli” and "Send Me Five Shillingsv will Ik-given. AH tlie muaindcr of tne week, im indiinr .‘iatiorday niutiiice, "Kip," wil|,T<T?«veu^ Don’t Foil To read the thrUling serial eomnientuig tomorrow. B. iia idy's Ho*ae. The jury disagreed in tin- suit of Hudtdph Feel-auni og.dn»t H«hn .V.„ llandy and others, before Judge Koherl*on, Th-s waa a suit in reptcviii for the hnr-e owned and driven iiy Truman b Han<ly, the e*-mil-lionairc, jiist bi-fone hja-p-uth. It wvH be reineini>«.-ri-<l that Handy was.tLrown front Ilia buggy on Vim- street, while his bor e ,was ninnlng away, i)n«l kille<L .The pre»*nt ’■plaintifl set up a « laim for flw horst by r gUt of pun iuia-. lie lutd stablid it. and it had n-arly cat* n up i a value. Tbe defendants an* daughter» of .Mr. Handy, and naturally desire lo ke«-p the i or-s*. Don’t Fail To read the thriliing a>’nal tonuncnonf tomorrow.    C , Ontario crop re;orta are farorabla. 1 epigh Vailey inm trade I» improving. Ttie coal miner»' itGkc m Ri., la about at an end. Biliii Hodges, a lawyer of Frankfort, Ky., is deail.    ‘ Minnie Walkup U on tHal for peisonlnf herhukbaod. Tlie old officers of the l»ar aasoviation were rt'^^heieil. Tlie il-'ard stove works at Wahaeh, Ind., were dewlmyed by tire. Tba llllnoia hi t« hyiod iswrastlinf with tte U:ui|« aiwe qua-tion. . t Kegisirwtii n In B o klyn siiow» an In-cmi in rrimui Call ward». D. H. f luey, .«arp-nter and builder of Hpringtield, Gi To, Las aaaigned. II. G. Gold chroi It, whoicaal* liquor (Pah r of MaMtiioii, O, has a«igi ad. Kx-Governor Waahbur a spoke at the Yale ulumni meeting at h|-ring1l*ld, Maaa Tlic aonuil coogresa of th* Kpiacnpal Ctiurcli is iu Mmioii at New llavan, Conn. MormonWni ha» brolcn out at latwreova county, I! nda 'The rxcltemant la in-tansa. The oouiwrs of IVuris, III., tra on a a'av«-tn a bccauae iheir w^vs wet* ■bavad. Th* aiiBuat coavantlonof na'lonal wbote aa a pdMHi poauu* a 1» beliig hvid at Rbiia-(telpkla. Tte mlaut dentandlna tetwaaa (Jovenmr Canien n and John •. M laa haa teen amic-ai I Willed. Tte wimlow g aai mannftetarvn of F Ita-barg have rsaum d. ThU la not very pant-fal aewa lo some. A (Olursd iMjetkr at ladlanapolla waa shot in court by a « er uan, wbow akt.r te ted Kraially outrigad. W. B. lloeUcy, pro|irte«or o( tte fla- ,IHE CMNT Goes Bravely. On; May End Today. Eighteen Wards Finished Up Last Night. Republicans Make Some Im-portant Gains. J Bcenaa and Incident* tend the Canvaaa. W» Tnat At- Frfl?ht Wreok. A collision bftw eu two freiglit ({fins no lb'* H. A 1» track a* (.'umm«isviíl« !“«(_ ercning caused evwisid rabie dwIftit'fFii# of property and ohstfLcved Iraviil for »ct* eml hoars. Thiough freight No. 49 «truck toaal freight No, 44    tic    Jgtter    waa SwiPdiing caiii at Uiat poini Tbk of the Val Was iwdiV injured iind tbe («rs lev re hurletl in all, icslterlng V I ubic ireiglit over the ground. Tb-* dauiage was al>out IKi.Ott M'in. Kyle, brakcrnan, was tb.* only one injured. He ium{Md from the tup of a car »u I sprained his ankle. .'i Tbe .carivamiug Ujsrd continued the count last night until the HigliNenfli ward ha<l Ijeen finislusl. Twoj-rwincts alone remain uneounte*!. F in tbe Ninth w»rd and preriuil K of the Kigliteenth want ^ Kfinie eorpment is taii*e<T by the fm t that j tbe repijblhan hgislaiive ticket i- making small but steatly gain» which give rise P> .some hojK- tiuit one or two uf the republican legblative thket may pull througli.' The totals are us Miows. tíoVESNol;. noa-lly. I»    '.H.un-    Forak-r, K    . .. ¡AK/UMnl. I' :    if>/i )1 IKI Tl » VNT O-.V MtV*vR. Wsrwh k.U, . iO.M K.;iij- dy. U ' .^EV.VTl:) Hopple, n. J*    .:.    V.iTO    fUrinrrv,    li Bra>Le«i> P    f.iVX    K)r-I(i».*r.    K Kneliwrrt I),.,    ,    is;>r,s lit-iiur-lSon. K VVHiwn. i>.    ;n,fC    .Mc^.lir; K Mot^t op mirr.r^E.\TATn vs. , Crone, I>    -    l»,::7s i»ui(s!t, I... Hmtcirtlelfi, 1>....    lW.I--r K. Miirt>toy, 1» .i,;».... t'*;i>l Ilartp- no ,11 Jofaawm. Í)    !<»:*<»)    f.«g--r 1: »»nil», J>    It*'4*    firMvHon,    R •Maloney. 1>    .....    jv.-Jt    Hsrli.ii. H giiDiiiertiuiriii. I' lii.!*»!    Hr(« kiimu;'M Huwc. 1*    J'AK-.i    i'.llluu.    I'V. IkiUlM'rt, iR,..... T'u.T    n .Ry .!; Urever, I» , l»'cv    R ’ 7 JCIKiKCOCKT -O’ < oKKon cti a* BqusWo, I»  .Ul.e*    Kvoii.*.    ....... , COlNrYtlKKk Dolton, I) tr.ltiO    Oix k ...... .toi'STV Tar-AOLKv*. JUturtnoTiO.    b    19.7JO    lk«:tgir,    It •*    W.ÍCS7V    PIU»«lCfT-)|£. Fagh, D   JU.Ú7.Á Huntli.gUju, I* (xiirsry KrixmMa. Hogerty,    'Jt.issJ    lírngér.^ll........ .','0.015 .'JO-'*! Ji-.ljs .11.)-) ; JO, 11.7 ^ IO.V») ‘..¿iC.X ■'I’O,.','" ■JO, ■ - ji>T«n .1)».7'I7 Jf),;7.: ll.Ul Den t Fail To read tic ihriHing setL.1 cummcocing tomorrow. Bor Aoocia t- n Cjfflcert. The bar arsociwJon ui annual aesaipn last rvcuing el«U»l the following i^uers: Kiiftis King. prc»Ment; Mcasr». Uern n, Fay Ur, Hu list* r, Clemincr and W. II. Toll, Vlire-pn-'id< tits; W C. Ccs hron, serie-Urv; John M Foster Ireasufer; W. 11 Wmittcker, voro oecn tary. Tiiu secretary » annual n-{>urt showed o {ircseiit memben-liip of I V«, a det inerea*- of thir-le-n during the year. The treasurer re-jRirtisl the colic* tton of during the yiar, and a siuoll i>slan«'« remainitig. |t wa* vlu'i le«l Pi give a bumpi* t, but t e deuila were left b> the executive committee.    ■ Nlnatiantb Ward Demócrata ’Hi# de nrá rat» of the NiiieU-enth'war<i last night a*lopte<t re.-o ution» setting forth thak there never wijs as tree ele* -Tion in their word, condemning “rejiub-/li^na and r»n--yale demo*rat»” for «lan-d»r ng ero I de nocra’s, an*l dem-uncing Julius Dexter lor causiug ihs. r cat of the democratic jud^s of pret-iiKt F of the .Vinetceiith war*L    * BaoTT'Dom- ta,8u:t , The Hawk’s N>t Coal • «imjiany, of West Virginia, luu eucd the K ioto Fire Brick C<oui|<any In the United Htatrs (1r-ruilT'ourt fur tlOO.((ld damage». The deft ndanl* encte*! co'e orcua (or the plain-tiff^ and the claim is mat the ^icks u a I wereo(»u*h poor quality lliar great ,1omi was »u»tained.    .    . An Unnatural MetW. V An e'ghierii-ycar old 'olorc'l girl named Minnie Farmer, of Ia> kliiid, tri«id to dis-tioae of her illegitimate « hild by placing it in the attic and ro cring it ov*TwitT a waali Itowl Ttis inf n: »cnrsatlriM*Uci the attention of Mrs. Veioi, who discovered the child. ill...    —    *»    ^    «    "»■— A Oood P«g*r Wrong. 'The MansfUUI New. e-lited by W. 8. Cap-peler late of Cumnil isville, la a good pg-p> r and is riglit on every question l«rri ig It e a natoraldp. I'ubl aJ*ed in Manotkld, «* su|qioar it must be for Hliertnan, ^ Ho Clus*Y#t. OleeVer, (te brakernaii on tha oar on whU h It la ailagvd (bat Katie Kavaney. tba miaB.*.g I tetunooga mrl t»»•« up on, Mya te ^'Colleet• iha gin, but doea not ra ■Mmber wbera »*alafi train. John Holf. Today John Rolf, tte popnlar raalan munter, at the iv’rner o' ('antral avennr a id Klebmoti-I t cet, la orlvbratlag bit ibirty-nlBth birtoday In great otepa. When yon vlatl Clactnnatl nop at tte WalnBtHrwl kiouaa. htrletly tni-eUMA iUt«a»tparday Dan*t Fsll To re«M tb* tbrUllng Mfial oommcmmg laanrtww^_ _    __ Mlaa U'Ua B Flarrt, tte rptaé teal ala- rattonlai aaaa Pn a ni a FovAv. Far aal* luhl, D. u. ..^ ao; MiiAMii Ilf lausÉioiL. t:....:. itfi jimtcc or nig exuta Martin, D, j,. IW. MiGtonshsn. R a.l.V- tax aSU)n£vD EOVr liEi-Et-K.VT.inVD*. J*Gaie bundtg} and' eirUt for ilwi<ly Fugíí,’^ called cut ( lerít litilton. .\ll ;h-clerks, reftiricrs an-l vishmg ttat«smr;i looked npaiwl then he ked cr'iun*!. Th-re stood blush ng Win I’ugh. The iau.di wa on W.illiajii, who la- ily cov< rc-1 hi* i-a,-l |Otr out of .«’gilt. T’t-e iuciileiii .-uggcM'd U) tlw* .TfK-rt- r til* ¡<!c I of l-»-)king ar-,ui <1. to ste how ti e l)a.'-liuu-ls t-j**-i iiutiu :i a’ly in t'-c ¡rrand Rs-e,nl lag-- guthere-l v i their iiiiglit t# we the pui 1 ■ vvil,-. liun-estlv'(?■ r«cor !•'I ar;*t o|*-nly .innoui***!. The htt.dhcad* -.-rere ottu i.iify'repr--.»-iiii -I on tl e d-'iui-cratic .sole by ."«aiu llu^oin, ju*-ti*e*^l fhep :*(C .Sam » f rt-itiad ciieud* char roUini t- the i».t. k of b.» nevk. Lew 1 ernaf)! lias a very proiiiMitiCi d dividing liii* and not .cry much ha r uii ea< h Side of it,    i . Jonn Foi et i* only «U jli'i v l-i tl* r off tha 1 l’-« riiar-1. K-sido* the í, 1! fr-*-t7 tin* very dcciil'-d. Frank R.*tternian, wl o is on tlic ar.xic ii* oeat aa to the future cuaPsly *-f the piot.ey bags. Itaa a ne..t skating tink f* r ti»- tl e* on the j-laie wh* re the f,a r ought t.< l-e. His upjKii»-n , Hilly Bo-tiger, *>n tin-other hand, ha-, a I n ? hirsute ^tlornrrient on h »« rown. and in e« ery p..rticular ruMy be is-gafle*! «» a very hand.«oii-e tiea*un r Dan D* U-n, the chief mogul ot th*-ing. h»s,eilii*-r a tine, well conitie*! suit of j* t hbck 1 air or el-» a w* 1. dr*-.-» «I wig. Tbe W| orter I»mg in <loubiT- liimilie*! tlie matter to VV ». Capi» h r, iatc of Cnni min»vnir. He et • ric" proi.oun< ed. it a wig. 'llic opuiioii ot Vv 1 iaiii, liovv* v»’r. i* not f c froin-I o--iblc bia*. Lnvy may have itiiii'h tii <1 > ivitli bi» iq.inion, us the top o'l h* hva-l i» « Ulircly , hntnut ‘quite so b..r* a-, his'i.-niuediatc n* ig l-«»r - n the ri"lit, »«•■* rgc Tojili, itie rc; ubiirjin ctiairmun L. .M llud-b n, the l».irrl.«t« r, carries a full suit of i.iiV'X 1 sir. , Kildie llcwiii carri-s o n*ne *n.t a fuM llneofilark bo r. hut wifli a nuiiibef of silver thrtad- tdvv„i\l» the fr»;nt. Wash I’orpr <lo"S rot need a wi,*Mi l hi.» hr id covering remains o (troight bla k. Jonlati I'hoinas. oo-i taut pr -s*»;uu.r, h„* 0 mane as tliick os it F rvncl* Canudu.n penv's. i.ill ('mil fv, now of the Irusurer’s *-f (h e, but f nut r y a membvr cT .**1 Hoff-man's cabinet, don't larry muuU hair but ho» a |vulr o( eye gb we. Dwight Huii'ingiou's scan jty of lop c*it-mmlc up by thf |M»ae. i -n of a Hnrtj-)*'n<-*‘ sMiu hcl him dow n tb tlifl (leart, 1 of D.o) Daltoii.    , I»an cnjoyrithe coitvit; flmf, fk* result of the Cl nitrierciVl’* editwriali has eauscil tit» Mur*'* K» pl'^Y him, M-comAly, he is hirii all h(Jj|irvey» -ind lets trverybxly ' kiKivvjr, Don’t Fail To r*ad the.tlirilling wrial eorntnen<ing U/morrow.    1 )    • bukkIbakdt. Mogniftceat Openiag ot this Popular House.. Tlie annual reception at A. K. Bnrk-hardt A Co.'s .store on Foiirlb street opern-d at t« n o elo< k yesterday. an«l was the most elegant affair in the history of thi.s well known aiwl isqiUlar esiuhlishments. Crowds of p*'jple <om-inenceil to pour in as ¡»K>n a.» the d<^oiM onemd and contiriiied tOiSurge in oiul out all day. A l anojiv vvas stretched a* ros» the sidewalk un*ler wiiicii th*.»»** j/us.-ed who f-ame in < arrhig s, fhtce insi It-the vii-itor foiinil hini-s-lf < orifronicd hy a M-ene of beauty end grau*l ur. Down the center ftf Hn- fir*t il's>r an- sfufle*!; and rn<»unted lions, Uger.-*, Icouinli, Isars and real*, while the side» of the long rooni are dcvoratevi with fur* uf tlie*e .ind'various other animals in natural state ami color*, in tiie,* ent< r un Arah, ,scap'd under a fqr canopy, guanhsl, a |«*-tiumed fount.viiv and wet tlie ham kc'n liie’f^ uU cí-inVr» in the j)« rfiirric. This fl<H-r s devuitd, to furs of all kiiidsaml fli*- iiat ilepartiii^nt. , J’as'ing up «-fiiirs, the general cJouk «l**-partiiH-nt wu* < nt*-re*l on th«* s*-cond tloor. The *li*plii. of eicgaiicc iu tlii* line is graml bey<-n-l c(*. m il inanv were tiieeX; pris'doiis of ileliglitcd *U!pris*‘ from tlie V i'-iting ludii-s. Gn till- thinl floor is tlie childr*-n's bazaar, w'fii* li is a m-w il<‘|iarture, and in whieii ur--di-i-hiyeil an eleirant a*s*jrtrnent of cloak*,, (l-e.'se*, wrap* and the llk<> for liihifren of all aj»>», frorli u,- I’KKIKG.NL ('MX ODDS AND HNDS. A Good Deal of News in a Few Woráa, láttle of Everything anti' Kol Much of Ajiything—Breez/, Notea aad New* of Intereat, Thealdcrímn failed to-jmi-climize yes’er-day afternoon William Falis ared fifty yeiMf» and re-shiing at 11 (‘<s>k Mrect, Jiua liee» missing sin.v-last Mmday tiighf. 'd Mr. an«l Mrs. Mari*m <ó!>*mit)i, rrb:brate*l thetiftn anniverKiry of tJieir wci;»(ir|^ at Sipjire Joiul Anthony’.* Vc.d-lenco, No, IsA Davm lli-r sfn-et, last, night. I’he I 'onljui I n.' Hrk klay* r's iA*.*3 iation i ycstcnluy afli-riioon .-ifloptcil a r*-s< <>»tion of r*-;'r.'i for th-'- .¡«-,-jh of S. A ,M|uii. r, a in>-jiii-< r. uimI *yii»i)atliv for his furnjly. ■ Uuin-ii ?ifute* ConpiH*.«ioi|e/) ^!:pi^Ei w ill examini- Kitd '/V Hul'ir-^dffrday; orr th**' charge of .itlciopiiVu' to |»¡4.\' a-•uhiu* rft-Jt Icilf -lollar I’Ldl    jail in de/uuit of |Vi*i l)uil.    ■    '    . < hii-f Mii-l-oii hjv* r*<l iv'l-il from Mary .'*lH-cr,s, ot No .’.J Moon l.</dg<-. Di-rbv Fti"-l.i: (1 a l<-t,icr it* wh.*-!i *in- ask.sfor iniorii.a* tioii eoiiccrtip.g 111 r 1 roiljcr, supjx.sed to l.n in this city. In '.'sqiiin- Dimnings i-mirt y-3*i-rd y Thomas Jo.hiiMrti ica.s inuiiel' ovi r in • the Mini of Fl.'Niii i,M the charge of intirnid.iting j legal Voter ri.-uiu d Caldwell in, iJie F^íght-ccnlh -ward. -T III-ioiniiii.**-iom-'-* of (he thfrteeinh ex-, ■ (s.-i;ii.i-(i with l’r.-5-Jdi-nt F.dwin .'nti-ven*, ,it .7 t i-'.r t.i-a-l. Icit i,i.'' iiiuht U>r .*(( I oitis, T.h-A v.-ilhtukv in li.c Li'uisvilh- e.xliib'Aioii liji tie .r r ' urn. • li-ir'S', r. I I well isiiid <\V. Kou*i'wlr>. I-.-k. I'.ii '. ■sp-'e.j.ii al. ('eiiiral .*-ta1.oit h\ I I. ri: I'-' c f .,_.jn jasr jfigli*. It ;* *i p-jm-cd ll.c', 1 tu.w somethin]; of Ihc i h.-iRioii ti'oiihh-s j;i .l!> i - v.ard. ,Th(- n niaiii--/.f the lafe ffredi rick H.i,-*-‘■■aiiri kR.rri.- d i.crf la.*' night from P.tii,». ^ 'I’he    will \;i I- place t-.niorrovv Til ' .n ii'i iviin rh-- i njf.iriaii chiinfi, cor-nii-r K gljrh and I'iurn. .    . fDi.riiig ,1 -jnarnl hi-tvvicn. two'(ivj «i » n: iiii-'-i Ic^ti-r >l¡ihu .lud Kphripni Ih-crs kind I1..I hi I'll re la,*r, Beeis iiti ut'- of hi* shotgun iuU>* '-loan's li ft 1 y. No a r st*., Judge ,'age h'l.s ifn ■■ n ii-il a rievv grand jury fo;- ihi- I ui'ed yUli-H Court Mv. FI. 8. Fijraki r, of li ighUco couniv, futhf-r id th* governor dcct. 1* li r^.uan Niue couuttM arc repn seub'il in the jury. *» Btgjljlftl* *    1, A J'urse i cnuiningéíJ III moni^ \ st*cSifa2eti (Tg of ibe dim tori of the" 'of gold'cvrfftíQtfiffia (’,, 11. A D. IL'oii»sid wa* held yenti-rday ’ the [iroj-i rty of Mi» Mollie O-iiHyy, e|#rfc vt 11 u -!«ck,‘landar l time, at the geiu ral ¡‘di the ' niral 1-uuiidry oftlce. txi iGu-o oifiii- t4 Uie eompar.v, ¡AJÜ WV-st I'oiirtfi j .it-,-! t near Si’x'iii, viassiolt-u last evL*tiiu‘'.A *.reet u, d Al.'c f.dlowiDg d.n»- or* were , i reMiit: ,Wm. Hi»if-er, N. I.. Ihmuison, I    ,    ^ A. h. Winslow. John Carlisle, T. M .Mion, i    '*    vViwu.sch    A    MiOilhau.*«r •»»Tf,'tarv and tr asii:. r, aiul C •    W aite, vi' C jir. ’hideiit and g raí nianag r. The refM.rt (,f (he 1.1-ner.d iiKó,aj;i r wa* S'jhlllittiil, show.! g le following intert*T ing i.ii'fn an I lig'.ri - «-ros* c.iiiiin.s t,,r (iie { o.«t-1 V niontl..*, I-.:i,mi ni-:n-g .Vj-ril I l*Hf, |l.,.Ts,.'.'7 J1 . ¡sratii'g i'V[s ii-v‘', o«i¡i»g)7 7'); i »-re-t afio guamti e--'i dc.; d**nd, ^ „4,r.!i R’. ' ba . II e a. .10. Id- t'-ir Uivideuil. >1.44 '»iO .SO. dividi ud of th.-*'--]s r i-fiji. F)ii),1.1*1- wu). U-eiari'di ;c uj* -^.on I 111- 1st of N’oveiiil» r '1 this e-.-ening fob trai 0(1 ned on ttie '.rftl ot .N T.' i* ts a n inarkab y of th- Ini* ii<**> iratiNv- !- -l l-y the r-in-l ilur- ; ii g the past six n-onth a; uir» of the c- inp ii_v 'Á.Ó J' ' I V'i .' falifs t-)    of *i,\teefr Aear*i Jri front . IS an i'le;:aht:    ehild’» >ettee I'ov'crti-l w dh ho|-anl - kin- suruioiiRtcd ,liy;i .sílltf^:<ld'erfel'li||U^g On 'h.-sarfii-fto-,r i* ti<e la'iies botnlhir, a!*i) a ;i i-w di-pár nii-nt. The han Is-ii-K'-t - Í ti»e w rap.'Oil-kept h« r--. uii'd ad il- aji-p intloenl.s,are eli'glilt. Hen-.-¡o nna-iiie-nu-nis f¡)keii-for the makinj of - !• k- aii I ■ Mlit*.    /    ■    -    '    ' I Ikithof the**'1h»,.r* are I e-ietiMillv'-1-e-orated., a:    d t e    ir is    laden w ith j erfuun-. Froni th -    ■ deli’i fs    ar*- I'»)    e 1 v\r".-ijhs *if I'v*-g i.-a a 1-1 .'iiiilax Ih-' ill vver,' iin-l p .uiis -'11 th'- , diffi-rei.t lio**r i* re ¡iiiiíi'in d he « nr I'm-r, tlie J f-ri.'i. I I-vill th*-f "UVlJi a.'el fií'h tliüirs are the rnaiiii!.)-• uri('g " ih'paj tnieiits. 'all ftilly "íiupied ,    :    _    ■ Mufii r.5i'    <    “hci    nr ^ i-<Jtors Ml ii' t 4» the 1‘XU iii bvMt The aih‘MiiiT (*f St *'k 0.1    ' ■\ charniiii'j- niu.-ii-ül "p-og.*nmme wa* gr.i-n 1.11 th.',’ii!-»t fl-' rhvi e Cinr-innati "r lA'Tra. a-d -m ti ihif 1 tlo ir iiy ik-n--;    t'*’'*    ‘ i-nv n's w ith a    ttiiie    '..'d hy    Mi-.s FTota K njaii-iii 'flu- rec*|i ion i.s being rc-j'catcsp-oiiay. ■ C , H. & ,J. tt. It. Oootl 9Fo ving for the Past biz Months A Semi-anEur-i Dividend oí Tbace Per at Ik, lircwiug I -iiiiprinv, i* suffering from acotn-p-iurr-l irui fti.'-e ot t '.e riglit arm nnd poMi-i,ii-in-eraul lii'jirrh M re-ulting from a fall. impkinsiMi has io:'eiv*-d a. N* arlv all tin for. le.ivinif tr- asurv. I- sto* k Un.k* ' li,'.' fi-rs, nn-l will l.i-".«'iiiher, hand*«)ii-.e * xhihi: -I i-y the r-.a-l dur-and s I'W - tl iii'ly nmn.ap'e-l iron hri'lgi'Si n 11 a-* ;ir*- paid *iirplu* of eto.tss) in tin- ll-i.i. John h-tr- r ir.-m H • sil.-vn of (hi-pr.-iii* 0 I-i,nei.-'ri»'l 'o I-an!yi«i th- i -id(- of th'- li'l the hit*- I’rt *ni' l ni"ii *^p -i Riin-'d i-v tin lyii. ;it led' ; I Ilk' in a ! ri.-i’ gaivi- I'.i.rri; 1,1. Widiani Caldwell, cus* i-riiineiit building, who -II'f of tl,*! < ini-inniiluin.<i r.lLoweil to ** t i.|, f*Nu;»,r-■ * y on *h,- \\'.dnnt -treet hling '■,*' hroiiz*'*t;i-:ute of nt <>ar 1C *1 . u.'ili*t .‘»i'K'ff-iy will 1m' cnler-r-'isakir. Mp- C Fannie .\1-) W fstSixtli sir-et tins*', eii-.’i'[-ir.,ti/'nid ad'Irc*», p<H in, -, .V' . .(*'. .V good time tor ail. A - idl../¡oil will'1)1- tak* n no by i a-«-ing tn-' I ii'i-^-'t, and yi-ur lils rality given I1» i thi- si»-ak' r I'f .t ryloly mad wi-h-ome. , ill*' Don’t F'stl tliriiling serial I odgod in Jad. I.i xrsi.Ti», M<,, (I' t'ilHr 2b—-[Hvclu-j «ivcj.—Flarlv thi* ni*,rn ng Alexi Ihrouxd - ' bo-, who Htiem;''*-'! I" rnur-lcr h'* 1 ♦■[»! cw, (.'•orgfi Cl.irk; W.I.* lodgi'd in j.dh The. ir u -,c - r* vv out of a game *,f card* . 0 n \V itc was r*-l<-a-ii*J from lie- p o^- I I t arv three rn-,iitlts ligo .liter *< rv 1 g tw*i y»-a.-* for Imp»- '■tea ing, !h wa- v-nt-«'lup’l vé-t r-hiy to a o'.-hl- term oi ti.e , years fora limitas t r r ' * -* Probsi ts F’atal Injury. •V co’oriil roustabout, named John Dudley. r.g»ed twenty»'ig t tears, not with «11 accidei't on th-- st*aiiór'l'ac<una, ly ing , i the Lot of NVaJnul stj**-!, Vistenlav that will, result serio»:»Ij ) if, rurt fuUV.' '.\i out é.ell II o 1 hs k this n.orr.inp u uuvu-! iK-r 0/ ele'i k liand» Wire engage-l in low. r-iiiK'tlie sni' k stuck, when a peirlion e> i« fifi on Dud.ey, cru»h ng his rigid » i.uld. r ,    . Mhd arm in a 1 orr hlc luat tier. 11 v -■ rc- 1 '".'I moved U> t;o Marine lloipital l-v D.drol N'hi H i- pijur.-,t h..v No.'.’.    * coinmeiycjn^ enng us made up by ttit laese* 1 ,n o( a    kuufnittn,    iru    ly    t teauttfiilinmiviacbctompoatGofreai “fe ;    (gp.Ur    22,    Morris    Haidon,    u*.i blonde huir    .1    ■    i,    ,    «    and    battery,    t*it»-lK-r    2-’;    Liiiil    F'loii*    r, Pol «e O urt. Clvas. Hayniati Giorgc Go'nlocr ;.ml II J. Wdev, false ic i*trat ou, (K-ioher 27, John Hutler I'rowii, dh-xol \ot ng, tkbdk r ■J7; Fml Ik pih r, rohberv (leioher ‘J!; .August F’ui k. aSKiu’t mnl laittery, (icoiher ‘¿1; l.lla Uiiti'r, grajio Isrxvuv, l ound ov r James Mcl»eVitt, iu«iult aid l-ulurv.tK- to a u».tult ill Aia ntent o Lonpv ew. Nellie Mct'ullum, a re-id ut oí May Lewis p..icon Ixvriworth stind, wssw-nt la. lamgview' yi-^fenluy as insane Thi» IS a irrurri nce,"she luving I wiii t ommiiu-d al out tb^c Tears »*o. but afu rwsrd dio- nature s brad advántii»nt, but,, un ortu-¡ nwlcly l( shows that he is rc ichifijt ;li 0 -toberuf life. It I» sn evm race hetwien the cr*y i n I tliC black, w itli the gbihiit ex-tniiitaler to the r«>urt of Versailles. Hart jience, of ilarriouti. one td the men who aliouid Ita*e bre «hcte-l, his ... of b.a* k hair ami a Í i I sU| p y of gray - ■' b aio m t r amlemeaih it    *•    cured. Juho ilaggerly, familiarly (wIM 'Johnny,” earn*» an ex<client iron-grav i-overing, a black uioustxchc, anti a p rp lual s<>>d-natnred smile le-neath 11. it wss ibat suiKe Cat larrh-d him Ihrouitfa ibt racé *u sue *• u I It wo I him t ainl1uei.ce of all tin ImLii M Ikiwell, of t e t nmnietcial, (.rries «Bouah blond half I • «I p eTie» rRC Toph’s d«ll<iet cy. and liavr p t hft. Frwt Brown of th*- Ban, aa» 1 n de* k at tte ctn-tin; «»*unl, but iiul»MÍy was onr-prtetl t at lia kxd so little hair II t oruin requiera so nmh rutnn t lat thera lino place I* ft (or th* ha r to R ow. •arre ( of ibr tl rk’s ot. ei, had tbe be*t l*t ol ba-r (Ml exhibit.vo—iudy, blond, and plen y of it. tee. Woi. Caron, pastor *9 tte Fresby To r.'k'l tiiiiu iToa ' I , bCilLHN KEu’b 8HÜ T V au-ics the Almo t lostsut Death ol Hhe on. ■.tii'i'l'(r di*-tr •- g. t'lV p 't',1 aecidenfe iKiiTii'l ut 'I I’.'i !, I- k. l.i't i-\ening oil < <'ii’r;d iivcnui. 11 \r' Fit li s '»■(. 'Tw*» l-iys I'TUiie.l SVJM .-*1 hit'll K-,r .'il d .Mb* rt i d' w i-p-lidT ■'/ vx'*> n „,*! Iilifiker drive .» 1,11 -h i'-»•]-.-it ,•'■)’    'III- jM'i-ki.'t tl* *ln vv t 'il - iru i.'i lit r I,''iij    I*    I, 111'- pistul wii* h.otiii-d fia- k t'l ->1 lilchki-r, who -nápíMsl tt I- triu-Ji'T at. F.dgar thn-o ciiu-* , I he (iiii'l lo! a loud repiiri 11. ard und li-ljur h-ll to llie .-'id- walk ‘!'*nj lad I i.liri-d'tlic I-d 1 tn I k .1.1 low Hi'-'cyo er-<l *hi- pig.ilar w * t.'iken tl, iho ,’h d I'Vj ii'-'-l I'l il r    lu    '.i-sci't    1,0 giv    II MU I .ll .d CII....II    \f!i -    flu- -'.iM-t- in^    >i:o I i»i.I r ru’i 1*1    ill*    In III- Ni.    ’.’4 kvrr ■■    Ir I 1    -.\h. .1 l-i-    -w.-i*    ' ;(U--hf    by til', 'r    Hi.    I    w - I- liM'ke 1    iiiiii ,    at ( I'liU 1 > nii'-i'. on t!i'i >,{ rni -vb r It w,.» til - -'atiH' 1. d swurv ** liiv '*ki 1 -I nuf kmn. it w c* toa’h d Ta'rro e I L*>c''ire. Hi'v r l>e\k'iu Tull'. M*»- did n* iarri't 'in the    I'ifv bi»t nigtd It.    iiiic    t-»    vielivcr    ) $ h-ctiire.,' B g .Duiiidi'**. 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Tu (M, ailiuiivaitrator ttf KuUanl Tu-lcn (nr A'llA ll. wltb liitcre/.i Irvim January Wv, Iklu, (III a note '\»MaI*om Bijr Dead Aii-iuiBVWT ClTV, r* , tkff J(k-{V'trlu iivah—Msloom Hay, lat* flr»t asai a-t tarian (liun h of Ilarhai n, mu praaut at. puatn a-ler aeueral died at 8x uMock i.d» lo town to iiionilnf. Hi» fuotrai will *. ur arit Don t Fail Ti> r.-ad the tbril ing se»al u>morpoa. i-i-iii ■*• ni M* raino tte worldly ntindad Maturday. I r WiJD FTrerve*'iiafGru|K I sh e Ajer-h Hi w i h 1 ep m i» Gi« **ídv |iri'|#ratio,i i C .THp*- jwice I niWrs- d by Si. JobnumI hi* ti'rvi|K-ran e clut» w n alwi^v* (ound ita s arkling I'll'bh-s « n (re*h n< drink For «01 r \ John * M'le.t- Co , drwaguts «uuth* «list cvirip-r Midi luni Vnté , • » I'vi.n V iloT> V Two h.vdraullc tb'Valora “run alt iitgbt '    ‘¿'Vt naotia 140 frviik ruoms. lUtew, I'i p r day ( in«4an*tl ( at-ln -l pliotivraphs F* i»» per «loa* n, Mpml 10 thy beat mmbv at Imnw a ,^fc*«l* Gallery, No. 29 Ariwde. Tlie bvwt meala In the rity f«*r '*» ceot* at h iiew (iiotont llouaa mUuteut, Nu. '¿A MainMn t. eh’ t» »

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