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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 23, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio VOL. 1 m iiTii CINCINNATI, FHIPAY^TOBKR ‘2:5. 1885; PRICK ONK (;KNT. 'Z- (    PUin V»0U. Will the gentletnen who »re V)n drm pinde in fh« nutter of flntterinc befure thecourtu on tiie “four ■raator»” eniiffhtfn the public M whtt pnenlble good they (jjfn •coomplUb^ Wh^t Juriwiiction can rourts have over a quwtion which the taw dia-tinctljrplaoMfi.xewherc. “Kacb houae la the )o(lge oi tlie ele¡:Uon and qualitb atioa of lla own meml»cr».*7 Tlie cr>oditutk>n and the iaw« both jtlace p there. But aupioae tiie ianing of certtfkwtea to the democrat rlaimantacould be prevented. Then what? It rah not \m pmunied that any court will order fertiflcalia to be laMe«l to the gentletioMi wIk>, on the fai e of the ratuma, received the lowret namber of wotea. If it ahoeld tranapire thatnorer tifkatea alioald bo iftoed to Hamilton county mrmbffa, the aenate would etand Kventeen republirana to aiitam demócrata. The deinocratic membera, by riro-piy ataying out of the chambrr,would leave Lieutroant-frovemor Kentmdy and alxteeo republicana. Not enoogfi \tu make i|DOroni. and. no law* could be pa.<ve>L Dead lock in legialation ia all that éan hr acTompllahed. la that wanted? hull He to an Honorable Man. p'biiwao Mall } The New York Kztra wee one of the aad deet feat urea connected with the laat Prr« dmtial eUiCtlop, orerihadowtng even the defeat of b|«iue. Tlie man who would have' wiked or received mm]i«nration for condoctiiig tlie New York Kitra would de* aerve to l*e pilloried.—Chicavo Mall. The Mail la very murlinlT about the New York Kxira. Oeorge W. f’alderwood, now a reaident of ndcago. UA 1 the writer that he knew that ~i¡a!b;eud ba-l melvwl |43.*J00for the expenvé (A tlie Kxtra. The Extra wa« a IHUe more th.tin half tha^e r>f the TcLEOK.tM. It carric<l ito telegrapli matter at all TTie i*me jicr day never cx-rredi-tl M.dW. If'a co*t per wiek could no:    le^t'mately exeeed    It    ran shout wvenleen wceka. It'« Udal rocl was lewi tluin Ifi.TOO. without conntirt;! tlie rompeuaat o i of itv ediUpr, Mr. lla'atejd. The differem e between ♦‘t .Vo and HV*0 waa the amount of «otii{e riuiHon Mr lla! stead look fn m Ml Republican national corumitlef—over    p    r    wiek.    Sifll Mr. HaiaU ad is an hotiorahle mnii. Mr. Caiderwi^l w.t« formerly tiie edjtir of a tetn(>eraare ¡wper in Cdumbua, find na* Tcry raueb (|Uo,ed In the «oinmep ial in the early pirt of the late campaign. Tnr boQ-e of reitrcarntativea, when It meeU next January, will !>« raile<l together from the rod prepace«l by tlie secretary of state—not one prepare<l by the clerk of the old iiouae, as many suppose. ln‘coD|rrr'8 fha toil la prepared by the clerk of the praeeding Itonic. who la the clerk of the new bouaa until his mcecaaor is elect-•d end qoalifled, He prepares the roll of ■leibase fraas the aatHltralw aawt to btoo by the vtrieua atataa. Home of the most •xeitiof scenes of congreae have grown out of thto peerogative of the clerk. The aaaae doty to performed in (Hiio by the secretary of state, who preparve the roll of raemben from the certificates sent to him by the various county clerks. It will be seen that Mr. VaLuidigham. the present clerk of t*ie Ohio bouse of repreaentativea, will not hare any important duty to p rturm in connection with the organisation of the new hooae. The same coarse will i rai-tically he taken in the aenate. IdeuU naot Governor Warwick will act as pTaidiiig offli cr until Ueu tenant Kennedy is aw(>m—atwiut a week after the gem ral a.«emhly meets. Thi Post announced with flaming headlines that a iner-'nger was rent in hot hatoe to Wilmington Pi bring dowm Judge* Swing and C-ix, for tiie purpose of liaving a mamiamut taauvd agains. Clerk Dalton, to keep him fr »in i^suing eert.fkatea to the drmocratie si naton. Wc trust thaf the IVr4 is mistaken. Ohio Jndgca do md 'Tiali' over tli# coantry at the call of [sidt e«| tueiaengeri to do or nut In do oeitain tiiinrsi The men wlio are (biing the miwt'of tie teiring round to ‘ a*ve ilie four Brnaiura.V are the men wl.o a« ot out tiekeia to defeat Mr. Dortcer and Mr. f^ox. liragging the eourta into the dirty e;lr« of partiaati politifw ii Out do'iig III# citv or *ta e any goad —nor e ' n the <aum tl>e« t*rnilruien have at bm ri. i. e., Mie eUs-tiou of John Sherman Ibe amatma of Ohio are the lawful judges of the sisitiaa snd qualifirn a( the mrgibera «il that body—not • aomoMHi pleas Judge ar «drcuit isrart! ' ■ -- Is the p'e-moa uf Hen. W. M. Ampt, during ibi- oWf ial count, rtferenoe was .made to Amor (hni'hs ure of the hatclirt againei him in the late repabllcan vonven-tiofi Wiiliani luid nothing outward, but In a lew seconds was averlmud gently kummiug furnry's quoui^ua from hbak- -TWav aever rat srsa baauui pewer Whirh aeeld m sis. If ua'aiglvw. The paUswi waieh aad vigil toag M btaa whs tiwanr*» at* a wreag.** Woodwiid . a •uaT'Sauiual. The thlrtv-fim annual re u on of the OU Wo-slua-d boy# *gs tiad yesterday, lu ibr afteruuon the annuaii f Mibtd gime was phf d'at tlie bare ball p rk. Tlie Bluaa, t«pta bad by l elrv ti. eteienaon. won Mine out uf fo’ir gatnea from tiie He .g ruiHalmdb- t*r«. W. C pb*ri. The banquet In the estu.ng at th - et. • I .ir ilulel w. a a ftow afi. Ir. I.on. ht «ti «t. Burnet na 'ivarvd an ore u, aud tuw>U were re roied to as follows: “U *t or Dry," H If Itoileik *‘.tio <lld llay ground, Bev. Tima, J. Ilarr.f o lag.* Iri* mtsliip." C. Mardfsk *'«nir Tfw ' rw' Tiie* bom; *t aaMee In Uie A et-r B leli*h Bad}'N)ur\uHiii, l o W a-n>n; "likl Woudwarfl Me.noric*.'' t( I a I). tXhrers lor th. in»ul. y ir were eU« ted aa leltows; Janx-» .H. a. pñstdenl ■MMa it. Burnec vb« tn-detito ICd. v Shormakae, larre pitoain*; ¿ Dhi 'IN. Miirh .. rw r I g ««• rvur., sn-Ca-ab R. Kihiu, ti.a ur r The bret s reU in the e.tr for A) cento at tbe new Cuatuui House rmLnrant, 1^ SB CORRECTED. Figures Gleaned Prom ' the Official Count. The Totals and tbe Democratic Pluralities. Thd Figurea That WiU^ Stand Unlotfi- Follow ing are tlie corrected totals snd pluralitiea as determined by the ofllcial count:    ♦ Totals and PlurallUsa. UOVKXNOa. Owrge lloadty, D  ...................... JtSiepti B, Koraker. R...........      S4.I4.V Adiia B. Leoaord,P.....,........|..,...,.i^.....,,......  ijm • Hoailly a plaraUty)~....!».i,.... Ba.SATOBS. i- .. «.702 ¿..■...♦.i.;,16Ú7 Moms F. Wlboo, Ii.....................«AW Jaaaea C. Hopple, I»  ........ Kolsm gneimert, U  .......... John Braabcan. IL......................M.Hi JaKM* (' RtehanUon, K ........«.401 .\mn MHHll. R  ....................«.24 Frask ginhn«*r, K................ OtiOTft W. Hankere, R  «.Ill au-auxxTsTivcs. Pluralitifs. 4'A 401 3» lo:: A. P Butterfield,, n..... ........... M.TV7 fhartea A Howe. Ii .....«.««{•> Frmak A, Orevcr, I>................ .    M.m kiepbea l’-8*r.d#,    ............M.OtV ; C,! A. /JiaraernuuQ, I> ...... Mjm KrwTA. Johamn, I).....  «.ASO JanH Uóloaey, H .......«.578 Idwlti W Murpby, D    ...;......„*.. «A70 • a)via H. t'Tone, D................ .    M.V» Win. Bohnert. U    ............«.VJS Fn-dlkder, R ............«.«a hUin Knerv. u....................... «,442 OlfTeiOMiiwJi. K  .............. «,4-d Tbcoditrr F. Mentan.    R .    ______«.402 Byn>n k Wydnun H............-    «..I» Janie. F Usilar. R................. «.**t Tboaits W Oraydntt.    R ............«,.102 John W. Hartprncf, R   .. «2171 Henry Brockman. FJ............... «4*1 Robert Harlan, R..................... y¿,V02 COVXUN riJtlJU JltKC- Alcl B ITuaton. »............................... t-Tias. Evans, h .............. IIustoD’» pliiralRy..... ..... '■    •    '    Vitra. Ptah*! J. Dalton. I>_....... ...... Oco. B. fox.    ..................... Pluralltlea. 239 191 1T9 1T7 110 127 lto.< 102 102 61 IH.7A m ..... «,*76 Da!Um‘« pinrállt» ............... rsoasrcv '.J srrDaxKT. Wm. H. Pugh, H  ...........  ... DwlgLt W. U'uatinsion, R...... Pilch’s pliuaJliy  ................... '    ..TaKaaiBxa. Frank Rsiterman. D................................ U'lUUm Boettgcr, R.. ................... Raitennaa's plarallty„  .... ascoBuxa.^ Joha Baggrrty. Fnak Bruner, S,t8t . y..526 . .t:.4t2 2oU .. «J»« «U **,77» SUM .. W.J7J .. 74. .70 splufallty-coujOMossa. H. R Knbl. D____________________ H. H. UoaaUag, ■_______I___________ ' Ce vifa' s p'oi» I ly----------------- nz* *.ga Buaaa ur costauL. F ark Alter, D...._ ............... W. H. Bebreiiar, R...__________________ A t rs y!t;»'lty._........      1.761 riattm or vug rtaix F. K. Martla. l'„-............. 2MM Tkoa J. M(.^irankbui. B ......     W.2I6 *.s ..j, »,<» .... »A3B Mgr.lo’s plir Iity...........................  1,4 tociiTT «naasBY i> Bg'OX Henry Ihlea lorf, D....._......L._................. 6 224 I'bldp ltti>a., R  .......  6,»wl Ihkndur.'i yUta'.itr. -........  223 KUB2&JC&KL They bang burglar» in Nur.b <*aroUna.^ ksiwin liooth'a mother d.id yesterday^ sgr<I rigiity-tbree years. John Ruarei: isn’t ill, either. He's just bean having ague abak -s. The .kmeri.xn Institute^ of Architects at Nretivilie • taa-d y«rU-r<la>^ Mexicans want to know how much laud their guvrruiurnt hs» been selling. Morris Frenk in, pri sldenl of the New York Life Insurance 4 oiiip.iny, is t|ea<i. New York will bare the next annual re»-tion of ibe t arriagr-maken' cunvrnlioii. (•rover ws'ita iié. er«Í \lei U Law ton. of Georg X tqaeorpt tire mbiauHi tuAu-tr . Tbe exeeultve boaPl i*f thC Ki i b(s of Labor lia' decUrrd the Ht. Ixiui* atr.ke ott. Tbe Sew York Preabvierian 8;n<slex-picsMNl thiixaeivM at down on enjnay uewKpaper*.    j* K. Kriid uan. who ran a bucket aliop on tlroads:i et, hew Yurk, owca9U.hk>. Me haa auafs u e^ Baker Cliy* Oregon, wants a new oourt bouse. Theire barued ysalerday wiih aume valuable recoedx. loilu, Hurd. Ve o *(trathmv snd Rourke Coci.Faa wars tb ostost flyurs at the Ivy City recaa yeateiday. On* aould mo Inm Atlanta to Chattx-ooQga yealsrduy for leas than $1. Ihat'a chM|«r Uiaa walking. Tbe ^ e of the river divi«toB of the Ohio Ontrai railroad, running freai Oonii g tu iltorlcaton. wasSiOu,(lUi. May<*r (' B eti, of Boston, presided at TVtmonI IWniplc. yewerday, ovar arrrbea in roxuory uf General GranL Horry U. Kirbroood. the actor, whose rUl asms waA Auguatu* F. Buyle, Jr., dtod at Caauton, N. J., yesterday.. The Northern Pacifie mi I rood ifireetorr is uegntlalirg (be mi* ot ao.uo «ere* of land to aa Ante* luin ayadkwie a 7 an acre. Isniia Jsmo* now hsa bis bettor-i.a’f. known as Mias Mare Walnwrglit, s.ih liiiD. Hba lia* left the Harrelt company. Canon Farrar diacumed 'tirounda of < bunb I'uity" at tue Kuiarvipal ( burcn ('uBgrrsa at Sew tla • »* < onn., >e«trrday. FladUy, GnUi. lu ad I i m to ito tialtirei CM, nuw haa (be ( I i.al seaaion i*f the tugd nrg ayiiod of ibe (ierm.in l.uttrereu chart Ii. (tentral KcVcrt will c*>ntinne as »neral loixer of (be Wr'teru I nbm i«T,gruj*li c< mi'. ny, and Dr. Grtwn will cuniiuue as rreidvtit. (liartes Oi l n, yard iixitrr af the f’hio <d. er rai 'o.d af I’a k-re' uig. W. \x, *• b rgiuwitli lu bug the pane iger ik pot u; (bat plat • Hvnry llunCey. a fut,n«ren y< jr-«4d e ..or«d bov, slwK aad killal btoaiser >i iron, Alx. beiaaae ihg whipiad bias verai daya daix Wm. U. auil M O. Bur er. br»thrrx ucrs MUtoMBd, at llloetoiindsls. Micb. yesterday, to twenty-five year» and life iro-prisonnient resiss'tivelyv for luurderinB lUrvey Keith.,,    ^ Tlie General Grant fnml, started hy tha New York Timi*», will l»e pl«ed in tbe United ritatea Tni»t,Conir*aiiy, and the interest i>ahl to Mr». Grant iltiring her life.. At her death tl>e money will be dlslributed among the cbiidnn.',. Haw Bridge Probable. Tlie Covingfon council ima granted the right of way through that city for tha Kentucky Ontral hnd f hcaajs-uke A Olilo railway «y»ti m to lay tracks to tl e (»hio river. This mciJiis a direct entry of (be line* into UTiicinnati. Hfcain tran.sfer boat* will be used for crowing at prcrenr, but tbe talk of aiiotiicr bridge will now l*« revived. Served Elm Bight. (’bftrics'Wclrer* tbe genial and popular preaiilcnt of tbe Kxcelsior huildfrig anao-cbition, received a < erervcd token of rrgárd j|g.»t nigl.t from bis brother diroetors. Ii wa* a fine golddieaile I rarre' and the oeeur «on wa* the fiflietli anniversary of hif birthday. Mr. Welrer was coiisiderablF •'urprised, but recoveri*d und made a neM little apecch of acknowledgement. ODI>íí AND ENDS. A Good Deal of News in á Pew Words. at the new gas work» with Mic ;-criti* in n. A ''oiirst* dinner ut 2 o'cloilc i» |>ari .t the progmmme. Mcrnlrery of thei ciuneution will Icavf tor t leir honu-s toriight and tomorrow. A Little of EverythiDg and Not Much of Anything—Breezy Note* and News of Interest. ^ "^csniw of Othar Dap. , ('Hsar.cnTov, W, Va , (Vtolwr '2í,J-*-(i¡^* eluwve].—About eighty inembvraof the (R A. R. rrf Cincinnnriti, former tniqnbera of the Twelfth 0. V. I., wlo^arriieil here y4|k, tcniay on the Granite .State, danced niglit on board that boat and tlii* momi left for Rulney, Cherry Run, Ik-r Hjri.'igw and Sir John's Run, in the ern I'anhatidle, where IliCy camV»a; during tb»* war. Tbia -a the w ene A Minor's atorv’, "Her ladyiliip," Ju biicd in the txtxi.XAlf. Oet Yourself a Wat oh. Aliy man desiring u Mtlid silver ft( it wiiidirg oj en-faccil gents wntch, full a le Waltiiatn,;,reliable time k'».|*r, can b( Its the same by sending U> tin- TklboS m thirfv-ii ur moiiih »ul»»« ri. cr». Tiie waU wilt is-gi;ar.«ob'i.d on the aÍM*ve, and a it iu H.Uauiifui velvet cast. We are bog id to make the Tr.i.coKSH a cirrulallol] i*f liefori'January I. Ihh-i, « Remem fr every sul»>cirii>er i» iiiMirt* l.-igairi!»t.iw'idt it. Four ont-uiontli suli^im^ et>ant |a one four iBofiili subiVu^r.V^-twU'Uiijnth count ii.'i one for Irmy iihri w. The Day They Celebrited, Mr K.. .'■chtifjscmanu, of tiie MoUj In Rrcwing rom|in(iy, and his tatlmabto cik-bratcd tlie-tenth anniverairy of, marriage witii a tin wedding iui'silai ing at tjieir rv-sidenre. No. 3(J5 l!| street. Msny of their trictids wore j>: and acTcrai telegram* of oongrotoJI >n w«-rC r.svivcd fpnu (rend* in Ki Ainotig (be many useful and b«u. prcM-nts rete^vcd by Mr. nn«l Mra. Sch maim wa»» voir ur.i<|ui' one frrt.-n th ployse of the ,M<>erlein brewing euu in ti e siiape of a rntl of bi<j(-k other words one iiundiv»! silver dol Afti-r a go-ri *u|>t<«r wss rervi guest** departirl wltli the happy ev« inanrntly fixed on tiicir memoriex ul OOltMITTHB or OHB HUI|| ▲ Pamasant OrganUattoa HCtootad a Coaatituttoo Arlopfad. The attendance at the meetiuf of f^rmmittte of One Hundred, chamber uf commerce yesteriay after.iooo, was ianp-r tluin at any pn*vious meeting, and tlie intrrrst in the |>r<*cmiiafs was general. At lix*t 27*) gentbroen. re pro-rent lug the prufereioual, n anufacturing, aud eomroen-ial interests of t.ic city, were preaei t Will H.jTaft read (lie report of tbe executive cnmiii 11» , wIimTi »a< a complete return# of tlie wurk «f the «mnuiittee trorti tiie first meeting of tiie committee until yestenbr and iiM'Ittded tbe conre*!Min<ien< e Iretwi en flw* <*omn.iiP.*e and tbe common |>le. » judg*-» in n ganl to im-fwiu-ling a r|>e ill gnind jurv to enti-sider tire tare*i of tin w* |<-r»ons arrested on charge* of breaking tb< electiou laws. The re|M»rt ended with tlie -tutemrtit that Mr. Fdwani Hit ic lta.1 l*t**n'cm|iiorcd aa an adiitional bouts I. and t list the work of |.r****<-uti. n, wlii*ii Wilt Im* increaw d by tlie i suing o' «IX more warrints t «lay, will r «juire . n- y««r Tlie rejiort was avmd by 1 J .’.I.Her. Wi liam H. Taft. W. P. AtitkriH.ri, MiiuG. I od«l» aii«l Frai'Jc J. Joi.cA.    « Mr. Jttiiaa lie*tcr yr]orte<I that fK 2Ó0 hxl been r«il> td with whic t<i push the work of tie eo.iwiiire.*. and thut fl.iJU) Wo ill Ire a'ided totm* »un*. I h ■ cnii*tituti<iii was rea.i by tVdone] M. W jle* lung. It fixcM (he nan'e of liie a«-es'tatton as "Tlie|i ommitt e of t n *llun-•irsf,* nndcxplaitU it* ubji* u iii liia ful-iowtiig languajre *    - T h iibject of tlie a -ociation ia to sacure public or l«*r, an I pro: c: i' e r ghla s<id inter. ts of tire I tup'e of il e «ity of i.Tucin-u *ii und of tlie count V of liami.ton. , ,\iid to xeompliab thi* object we pro-pore    '    ^ First—Ti'i aid In aecuriiig honent elections and tfiainta'in I' e purity of the bailoi. Heoind—To pr ire<-ute and bring to pun Miment ihoai who ioiato tiie eiwlkin law*^ and thure p ,bli' ottic>-r« who are guilty of iiia]'4dinini*4reiio-i, or uf miaap-perH>r(xlioil of publtc fu «U ' No II euaurr uf a |>«ni - on chanrtev a* a* ba eooaiitered by the • iHoi bition, and i.« |iartisian test of oi. no eraliip Bhail ! • aje^ ple«i. To lbe«e obJe< to we picdgr uur active in flovute B'aupfun Any n .•sen <>( Hamilton county mav be-ctNae a member by rc«'eivlng the approval of tbe comai.tuc and ’i«> ing an inluatioii fteuflAand an inntal duet of iK ‘The otltosn wUi be a pnaiiieiit. three vioe-piwui-dentx iJx dim tore, and a s cviary, all of whom, except tbe secretary, muat he mem-Lereof the s»s«b ti<m. The I r aideni, vice prrei.Icnta and di-reclurewi l cImiosc hitrty wnii. nwa frtim tilt ra. mix ral in, and tlore g ntleraeti and Ibe ofi^c rs wllbcliuuai fi ty uttier memlrers -‘-th'* ooe bi^rfd t«i U* tbs exec t le eommitleeof Air aamdjtUm No per oiF w o h d«la sny publre ofliM, or i* eiigi^l inanvpobii. empiov me it s‘ s I he ^li mber of tM *■: m Iter O' of that date for ur ics «pt» em luvme \'b * place to the commitleg aliiu'i ire* ome\od Ire wl, r si va -at. ■rill» • e II H**)'    ■HI iramact tire bus rms o' TNc a* o la ion, ra.as and batidle luiuls»"d «leNvilif trea urer Tire sett i*a ' mI iii*c nn^ol be Atoucia-ttoa will b> he «1 lu Wan tokreiorptanibor cx' ’ ear. A 4 > .<mi(ic. «ho to*Ing of Wi'i.sia H Taft. Uwrea4w M iMlruhtil. k. J. .Murria, V. ' US'n (lo >11110 < . II, Alieu and llrur- liaiAix ea ». j** O'»4 to waminato nibrr of the * ir.n'.i* a oom one t.uiulnd ami if any ureaih* r louiiniit.-* ahall bsco iir acaM|l• y o'^ce, or nretitin .tuia ta o' • , i.y olliri»! pireltio’i or pub.b raaad fopart at a xdJod meeuaf. Another overcoat wan stolen from the Chamber of Conuncree ycster loy, John Reis's sabjon at t'ainp Wasnington was robbed of $.'*0 wortii pf pr«*perty yesterday.    I Mary A. M’inti-r na» t<o cold to lirr Francia, and be left to r. Now 4ic want* a divorce. Coroner Carrick remlcred a verdict in the Edgar sluxiting care* yctrtcrflay, exonerating W'illic Sclilciiker. .. ^ A. I/reb, wlio fell from the roof of N*i>. 13.1 West Fourth *tr« t^ii^Wnliie.-day, die<l ÓÍ hi* injuries y«reter<lay. Joshua Batrsdifd ye«tcrdey at Mt. Airy. The ioncnil scrvk'ea will'to-held at Mt. Airy at J0J.3Q X rti. Hundayi    ''    . ^ Wm. Purcell, employed i»t the cif.V ble*. trai arresl*ki,Jretore'Sijuirc Jtunnitr; ywtcriiay to 8ii«W( r the charge of ilUtg; ! voting. Bond, |1/<(>'• Albert Herb* rt, wiio < ut Thoms,« Want at the Farmer»' Hotel and then i-reajnd was iockc<I up at Gtntnil htatiori to.*.: night on the charge of cutting to kill. August I.itm r, of tire or«* comiany of that name, inoife an unsucos-íul attcmfil at suicule by takingtiKjrphii.» y.-t- r>lay. T). funeral of .Mr«. R'ohen M-ior»’. uhii dicil ill New York la-t v.»** k, wai.heM y<*>>-tcrtiay afUTno«m fnitu ihc mortuury < l.ainl •if .Spring t»rove(>n.eiery. lUhhi Wi-e givtre the lir-f of. a «» ry*-- of ■' Ia*cturc9 for lnfi*l< !.- ' at tire I’luni *• r *.i teniplc thi* cv«;;iiii'. Mc 'tvill reply to ih«' qqcsth n, "Have incti -ou », Kid lliildwin end Hilly O Hricp v-. -c having a gt>o*i time o:i the nsi" h ytvt«^hlay wkli Pat </n. rii » I'lig-y. aii'l rct .t uc.í • c rig to the st.ihlc a j. rf«; -t v. rc k. . .Ynuml.'-r . f icg.-oca were hVk( .1 up t'eiitrat rtut-.on ht-i >Miiin»{«/n vu»;.i< .on of, iiating romiibf:cii all th,«: rc'«.iil biirgl.iri. » ami -áei’v' «ol.^ii, ¡h*    Fmi Jioeph -. ¡,-stoic■ mason, wo.» iMiuml over to toe (.'>t!i'1)011 Pleas court i:i tire sum of by .7 iVin- 1 'unuiuii y«-«ti rd ,v to answer the chartfc of as-uult and. U.t-ti*ry. Henry Wolf, l>u Wolf, an 1 .loiifi f.. LI.ir were plai d uiuh r b>>t,ds of    "r* 'topilre N hwah \«; t. rdjy t.ii.n-w- r cfiorge «if ai-«uultiiig iU io . Fi tte with :ntir-denm.s inniit. Jauici ( n-llin luu sued the t'iiiriiio ;ti‘ Qa* J 'OiiLtreflt^tor |M>,UOO-daRuqiM. He injurwi last March, bein|i thrown iiB a trest'e by a coal car, and tidliiqi feet. Veterans of the Twelfth OWaTolantaer iuAntry, with their furoPlex art rtaiting the old battle^t«.Tin»!* of West Virginia, Tbe excursion ! Í Monday night on tto-steamer Granite .««uic. Huit was begun in the I'nitod .«tatcs court* ycslerluy by Kainutl Eld •!-«. of Itol-tinion-, agtiiii»l R U-rt R. Ri< liard*o.i. bru'.-cr, to rc««>v«.r nioucy, .aid to havrelre» !! kret in sto« k '*i>e« ulati.m • At the meeting of the firmncc eotnmittce ye*ters!:iy after* n ti,e ordinano* appropriating    i>r till. crt*< lion of u nr w central station an I piihlic court on G«.org-Klreet wa,» rr(i‘rri*«l to a mrumitt«re rof'-iit Ing «>f .Mesitr», .*4i.i<.-,•<) I nini M‘)«l.--on to in vea'Igu’e in (o;tr}«iny with the « ity »«>-licilur. THE BEAUTIFUL. Tnis Bcfareoca to M. da to toe Ohio Hirer Ocly. River 1.') Í ct and Ul i ig Kphenreral n*K.'in *'C v Kiv«-r C «..nirel at ^o<»t of 1«B j.i !>u 1 ron«lition The Moui.t..iu ti.rl. 2‘s» to Van c' tirg a' 4 tlii« eve. I het hsrlev Mr Iioiialil w«*nt to i*oni« r*i\ this moiniiig wi!l.i « p.w of e:i.pt e». (ÍOÍÓ2 Gut T<«!i’, — i't[*.hnr2 ' Vndc*-. Mul,l«-ii n 4 p tu l’t*iiie*«»\. .Mroitjfiln tiirl, Tr« I ar , 4 p m.’- May*, t'’.-, T«->•-g'uph', Mi.rpan. P-’ni. t’hiJo I» oi,.»i Morgan. 4 p m. .'It fH-iiw, I urtisi le, il«rl » '4t a. m M dl'.m, t Ity t.( '■ ay, 'tiicr., to' m.; tomisviUe, I’itv of .Ma, isou. I'avni, .» p. in Going aa .krlveriire l--l*iii*burv', Kmma Grahiiii, >atuni y "'-'nh, 4 p m . *I« iuph'*, Jaiite-i W. t»a , HaMuday, ."■li. •'< p, nr .New Orleans. (>r,kicn RulCj Mturday, iftth, ft p. m.    1    •    , A commit'ee of river men anrl other* inter wTt^ ha* e 0 fijqro . t *l with ll«»n. Jubri|\. Fhank s.* th .ir r’»ji, !«• giiafe th»* que-q u of ea'ablnth.ng tiie «lariiv like tl c new 1 lia dam, at diti rent point* « a t: e tlb.oV V«r ietistren Ptttsl utt «-ui 1 Oll^ ville. If lelng .vincedetl t at the rn<»*>( im {«trtg tof ilrt impru ctnci.t* dcnn n<|td i» tint at Cul.r m s l:p)*e Tier» b iig no pivermnent .«pf r»* ri t on (or »u* h an i-u-pnnerornt, a jetf o will 1m> Mork« I i.p in the rivi r mwtis a k.ng tl e Inrtiming legi*-latare to n a*« an ap|>orp;|ja ion, •uffiejrnt at l«x*t to cover tto-expchur of iiia..1ng a mFvey.  __•    ____ TBB OABMCNH' COmVKMTION. Tba Wlad-up Tois" T.> M at at Philadelphia Nest Yaar. Tiie i*p<‘t' rea ’ at ilie n nnwifto y«-»t« r di'. af crnoitn were quite ^itr r s. iig, un*i w.metif t e . oi ,t    ■>    nSe aetr-    vi    .r«iii*ly diw uas>*i 'lb. f'    p r t.f .|r,    F H    «*in    f I h lato phin, oil b u «lion, t no I arg Ga« llo.i- ' 8 .'C«-a y I oinp*l. w tb the An- 1 igbtpio k* » ino;« «'orurti cr-v tiian any otl er. '•oine of i!,i- niemlrer* II# d ll«ai f>•' I’in )im1 CO ii«-tu «’uv as a lit:hllng fa t r w tie «iitor» fought it Would not tr nii luiti in comp t tii n with fas, Fldi «le ida wa- «le» id «1 U|>«iii as tha nex' p aa df t*\»' ng, xnd VY.riier M u <1, É. fite'ii anrl W «..«alw n r», tbut«-iiy were t.p,<« i i.e*l sy u .in t *e t . a. ritiivi- f *r an rxt ibi i lytf jn* t-1 ti e* in c«.nnee-Uou will."t>r III ettor-, I'l t* n.«dt«in, -I tv't n t > « the men to n« again mrdl** (««le--to '    « ter «U»-.. i it Q. a to t.i,« ii»v I » r »t.i«.«r<en ihn'Uifto ua «U >tir»\ H<i r-t Vtwoi a «J lb# iO. Irrg! a C.ét    eo    |. • 'If tsst t    liU    it$ Works ill rro«iie    «».. ito .a    V r/«    e» *    «»i tire ere Vaff ion wer. ., a«gl>en(h p >oMirr of a ir.p tbiWwick the aabtiitoi and a lunch ’ Pol oe Coijrt.    ' Toinmie 5Iey«-r», »hooting to kill, th-lo-hiTriO;John .Moran, cmto-zztomciit, Or-lo-irer27; ,(aiD«*» .M^J evid. arsault and bat-Ir ry, <>ctr)Irer 51; «olomrm M« ycr. cnihmle-mcnt, di«nii9í*«d. ■Fan Long la Hla Name. WAfrin.Nr.TO.V, D. I' .'<)ct. 22—[Kxclii»i\ c]. —A succ'-ssor to Judge Vinreut, tin »u»-lH-n«l« d supreme judge r,f New .Mexico, ba.s •be< n apjxdnted. His iiaiiir' to K, Van tomg, of Waraw, Inri. Í    Probably    Fatal. Ixiui* Hunsí'lnieif 1, who wa* a*.-aiiltod with a club af a party held at Wni. fhin's re"id«*n«:e, No. Dudley street, Hutunlay night, an account of w hich apjrear»»! in tire iKLrjiUÁZ, ¡8 in ariangcmus « onditioii aiitl is sinking rapidly His death is ex|»C( ted at any liour.    ' Kr^L. 8. The Kenilworth scs ial and litorary .*io-rifty was e;itertain.*d last evening py Mr. J F. V. Kelflo. at lii« new home in I'f n«lle-friti. The. current numlier of the Kenil-,wv>nJv News wa* r*-ad |iv .Mr. K. E. Wlllkiin-soii and there were btto-r litenirv, táuslrdl anrl Mx ial feátttre». .    ;    '    ■ a toiiutif.il ng «0 plár r*<l .'•.ing lier-a . -..II *ub- ':i!h rt ll II’, Hi !Í!,' Ivr T lli; 1 hi' Offer Extirsorulnary to the J-rediet, To tlie lady sending us, the largest iiuin* her of four imuifh stiliwrilien» toitwtH-n now and tin- ‘Arth dav of iJtH-emto'r we w-ili wnda tinc iliamorul m t «olirl gold ring, with thr-ve dianionti*. unrlonojf fh(- famous caieycs, .«o much aj^iircd amotig fasbion-ahh'lfK-oplc./r’’’^-'''^ Wr-I'-.hiranW the ring to to N-ihrl gold, fire tl d’l.onrto tr> he the genuiiic artir-le. The ring is wrirth fifty dollar*. To the larly *ei,«ling us tin- ms-piitl higlicst nu in to'of tour iiir>iilh -uh-s ril.crs we will I V hOLin ra.I.Ii. M I |, -)/.»; Ul .VTIvt, r \.'E 1. V .’V'r'W \Tt H,iniC2ftT . 1; \ V l.l), .Wmil Ki n, Jiwi ciTt/rr i.fcvi.u ví..uk*, w ili Irer iuiii.il ( ngr.iittnht rt'on. Ttl. fjre llMy .*r’;irlllrg U« tll'e third l.ir/f't íi’.imhkr id f'lur nioiiih- «h'C'ihr «■* -.x,. wij.l pre-i rit a g* nuine »o:id grdd iliati.onrl ring, ÍO ih*. i^ulji 'r.:iiliii.2 us. 4hi’ ronrth l.irgi miinto r of hnjr rnonlh -iiii-inhi r* we will J re*«.nt li l i-rinl .in. solid'.'olr.l liiaiiioiKl rin ■ ■f.r fh«- :,l h llignejjt we >m11 pir-«.;,l I, ilolliiis in tel. 'to any toly .-snd.ng i;- ii\«* four niontli *ul>*« rit.ers we will j.re-«;iii a lin«> roi «■il ,gol«l slir‘i«. i older with yiirl )folii -'crew pi in ito, klio|WII to the inele il* tr.ij-jrenhol'lr r-, 'I'hes* Jr’li- ’ilnd Iiohlrp-H are rr'.i l y gr ni*. ': , .4 >. hii'.v wj'hing to.rr'Hk, |rri -e it h.a* i.je mean - cf d williiil i;a'*y r.-iii h, ’..vittioiit (m! till, re'i «.iid't r. t;",«• sr rioin'g i.' .ii-'irtil j-mÍo*'. a i Ilia y torh -rtufing u- ..r suli»«nt,.r I'apr u. Ic rlcii we will prc** III a 111. iiii;J.r •ij any • zi rtosin tl    , F.'Ur ’.Us :ihel*f:.r tl.oll! I W Ti I’OOlli' U.S.' tti'.fo .r nn,n h *1. - r".* r Rimi wlku. VI.I. »i h.v< i o.: u.« .«rk iv.-t ur.ii Vr.ll>*T A«IIM NT. ‘ Cupid’s Capers. Ye*t«rrrlay afumo*m City jsolieitor Fraiiii M. Uupfirei-k utoyed Ul# Bil4e mamiale ami quok «reare. himsHli a wife" Intjbr petaon of Miss Jetinto Williams, a -haraiinf young tady of East Walnut HiTs The «-rriBoiiy, was perform 'd at tire .>oRM uf the bride, who ia a daughier <if tire bu* F. 11. M’ill-iams, the toaiitiful Epi* «i|>iil acrvÍCT- being rcail by Rr v. I'eter Tin.siey rector (’Imrcli of the Adveiit. .After the we»l«ling f«x«t iitul many congratutot’i'Ui» liit* imjijiy «■oujile h ft for a hrirbi tnj» t«> New Grh-an*. ■Mr. I r.iliFe W MHlr.lin, of this eify wa* marrii*! in /biiesvi’.le ye*ierilay to Mi*» Kati ft. l'«>t A in. ibugiili r of ilnll. t ba: I o'w.It iif tbht irla«-«. .\.'t« r an ea-tcrn trip Mr .-lUil .Mr*. Mall olm .m!1 to ut luun* to tfa ir Irienil» iii.t'im inn.iti. Ilev \V 1„ Hyi»-* Went uii to Indiana:*, li* ye* , rd.iv and jaTioriue.l tto* cehimoiiv that iiurii* Mr. I’llrtunl I <) st Snil M.s* .l« ‘*ie -\p; c ate on I Ilf griiuuj to u well kno >11 r.ii.road man In ¡,oi«.ilo ye'tiirlav I'a'iii K. lliggiii*. au:h r ril "ilurr OaK», ami a *o kn iw ii ..* ailri’.nu'ii remle- was unU'<l m mirrmg. to .Mis* i.u.u (>a siway, « ’narming voung hell, w tios,. fttauly i- weJi know n i.i th i-«.tl. M'. to'iii H Fox h 's m.or.nccd 1 atr hi lor !ii*i I i'lr 'l.s* I aiiiii*’ Hui'iicior. The we«l-1.1.2 w.s • r r'..1 me.! vistiplay in \V«o •I.I',. Will «'Mr afeil ,VIr*. I'li'v '« 11 rc*iile Dr. I OU * '• liwnh *ml .Mi * aNii« W s Mo PI ar.',it" III 1(1 i.oril, * ilf, ..^11    i.i»'- rterl hij|' e en n.’.    ; Tamt.slron ami Mi** < Jipstian.-i Kii'tg Wi-n* ri urrii li in t ovi at i',^ y»>l« riiai ■Mr. amj Mr*^ lo ,c ‘h V .ietor cr h c« lc-(>r. I 1 tiu ir ' ii.ir w«»ld g' W'eiln'i sitaj II; ’ i. .*. .1 tneir lioiii*, on ll.i r •..n •■r««*!. Mai.,1 ^.fial.rl-y.ni’ l r- ■ 1 '* ’r.T’ rno.U ami . 1*0 «.’I >11 ' j 1.: I.I- U’ nil’ .’'r-ii ■ livevtiursoi t-ii*'-il. i’.in|.le n.nc • ji^ . ’d TaüLE**F'/V L'IND '    '    * Prove a Very Fua ua.id fra Geor;ia ^    WoaiWD Atlaxta, Ga., ta-totor 2 —[Kxcturiie —Vict' fia Farriifr apia-ar«*..l in louit here U«b SI* the Wife of thr»re men. ail of w hom wen* pMf nt. 'rhne year» ago idiC wa-Mr* Nfiiorv Her hu*band wua sent to th iwiiilentiurv. ar«l in mre ve«r »lié tn i'r e \Vni I ar n«*r. w (t.i*jüt to*ii g divorci d Irotii \|eX (u ir M’tire. I a er »ho saw Icsm l4al«j«i*. lotrecl him au«i marro liiiii. .\ few «'a,'» ago Mm e WU» re c «*<«1 from pri-Aiit ánd « ic to re to or.k lor I.i» wife. 1‘arioer d t’^rmineil MiH>rc shi’Uhln t heat hint, ami lie, too. e t reil the «carrli The woman tocarn»-fngl.Un«Ht an«4 leil Hiato k, w*'o ,d.wi j«iiii<il the *>>ari II Thr*\ liave o iml her now. hqi iloii't know w fial «1 «¡v* ioii !• inaK« 1*1 1 < r The law will rclievf tlo-.n of re»i«rii*ii>iliiy ” TUEliETtits eirCiOTlNU: Am Breaking In Upon the Kaveny Mystery. A Clfiw Pound by Telegram Corre B^OD dents. Which May Lead to the Becovery of the Missing Oirl. t'M.mASooc.A, Tev».. Oi’UibeF 2.5-* Kx-clu»i\e].—Tire informatiijii *<;nf out te» (t-da> in regard to the Kat«* Kaveny ii¡\*li y wa-, I    ’    ii'i    rnis in    the er.tremo. 'I'hc    faet w    \    ; i' fi (    iricinnati oii th¿ i7tii    of^ ■f ' I ,    ’    .hlincini.ath    '    Wiishihg^.i.    ;    A Hu    ,liD*in'    to    go,    to    rnmerOT,    . but Í .el'i»f completing'her Jo’inrey, left the Ira n at Miri«llr>¡.iirf. Dering her slay in hinciunTiti, wh.'cii iasti-.l live '.lava, 'she kcjit «|UÍéf. .*«> far a* know 11, ’1110 ilid not even let .Mr. yniit'i oí tire Fru.klin tyisi* e.jriijiany. in wlii’y family'i.e hail lived as a ;ou r.ifss ami 'car-lier pí his • !.il-dn n, know of her prc-sctmi’ in t¡Y citi 1* also    known    tliu'* .she did «(¡(Cii    licr    trunk    whin in t'iire t: .Mrs. ?4f’rriniaii of Mnidiv pcirt on'!” I’ihnati \\ a-liington eml Falfirmtoi It ot iti, .liU with her, aiid^y.'t' c ioirig woinaiA-'^i.eil v’l’ry : rnu’’h Uépn 8«c«f, and a(’l'’.i,l '«(¿■''i '> riy I’ll t!re. train a»' U; ;»ltr.u t afunitii.o. tlio'.,jg,,f 111 r«- that »lrt. lo.st her liiiiii lllni’is, ,;uid w'amJcr'ng aii'iF'-I'-’ ov - o inir , I r i'wi a, !iO'p;l;d, .• r 'ih.it *¡ ,. '"!¡ii; tow n in tic i’nfi ri.'f of ')iuo CTNCINNATJ MAEKET8. Pr#*ant C n litlou oftbv Inj’ • 1 FJcjr I l tin ¡mleeiotirt tf.i» n.«iriiiiig ti e to'*. lotomie Myera wh«( ntif> rtun.iir'v » o* iaiui* K« tor s«*ti «1 V « ti 'noon, wu-.«> ra gtii d on th«- cl u g« of ' «sclng o 1 I Mr. ( aldwi l, on to l.aif «.f tire d'f. It , aisiid l(>r a ««ill ill'ai'ce, and t!K’«a*<’ wi I e '1 ovef tin i; .s i «• • troin tv*I iv, . 'ul tli< I'i.y n l«a-«il «’ii ftl UtU boml >; nl by I* I r ‘>1 rill., l.« U4r*.a' r**i i.oied t i the !    | lU bfp !    I.» |i Audi k «'tl»!’! 1 Ire o «I li'I chsr* ter ;ba' In’ r l,: *«l (o treat tbe ■ » Wire - ** n t y a !    1 I * a r q ri r ii i« in«ir oa ti»e m)u c | l».v wto '-' di g’iU V I bu: -u '«’n'ui: i« ic’ ■ an lisp . hit* I.’otii. i,«..| II. be «ku vi tor aat m r «im'u No.jgic i'oati «;íIi,.«’ !• a,''[ r» h M » .1 . «■’*•' \Mmiii vou visit Ciiii’ior all aiwpal^th# kliiut Mr«-« I itouAA'. bincily lirki-ciaax liatM* #2 per liay »    Fi'ijiniv i;-, 1 .'.r.o, Of’tom r Theymoncv nr arkct reinuiris duo óíi'tl. w hii .‘jr');■ w topiuo’ , A11 .borro’Wi”’* H i.o ’ :.ve gf od *e. i.ntv .'et all the aecomU»'"T-i- t oii'li. y li.s.re u' ."to,» ¡(IT cent.’ijii ! i:ne, .lie! « ’■ r i.épt,’ on i thc.sc rale-^ - .'ing in b: n and on the t.i* t, l’..i'ii r:i I’Xi tiun; s’,.-;; !y, vvitli a fa> dc-.. ami, ain] le yuj.piy;: aiel *al » ,at !-_*0 I'F III V i’''u.| r* ..I’ ’,'In.ling at p.Hr, n-id -ale* hiktt ’I’ti l.Cink* wge u: 2>'. {iren ¡¡n. Sfi rl\ ' i”t'i 1 ;,i 21’ ' uiU fii'! »tc;wiy -a ith I’liri’im r^dl.olmiit’l y den i'in at 1 ‘.(j# «cg'.j    es. Il”;-■ “igiii drawn a’>1.^8 , i-r fiounil.    - , t'ov Tiitr.ent h. I. yin New Y«*rk ’¡cmnin ■!’Udy ,ii |(re.e>n- ;..i-f, ..mi biif a lii;n-in-il tm-*ini’ss,li. r. m only in four* a", l.';i'’i. to ,l2;t;’.., Ini’, ingami Jil ,4 re liing. towMl recu t'l’s firmly to-id, but • ot ini.c.'i «ioiiig, .Snl.-* ot ('ini'iiinati naiu oal Oiinlc »to’H at    (Tncinn    di    •    *‘    ;e#4 raUroatl si«ir>k at Ito 'x; ( lucinuxti Houtiretm railroad curit ijicy rixc» ret J t and iniar-e«t. do. arvem*, itue lixto, at llll aud iai#r« m. (bn. giHdstxeaatlswgBMaM.WM, ton, Ky.i fives at KB) sod iatt lust, and • bx-riiitiati stock yard share* at TH. ««IMMERCHL. * < ott«>n—.Marketin n.odcrate demand . nd -teady at h?aC. for middling, »Ua-k, 4,'4ifi oalc*. ( oato- D«‘trsnd fair and market steady at " V artoul for Pittaburg. 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