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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 23, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio c ONCE MORE t ^The YdungjBoy and Re vt)lver Combination Do Some Bloody and perate Work. Dea A Frightful Shooting Aflhir Linn Streot. on AiKrtlior    «(Wr mnurri y< > tprdajr ,ia which tw« mjwail boy»ami a revolver fisiirc. Tommy Meycm, the t(*»i year old ii«i oí «mUrartor Meytri, rc«W:n^ at 452 Linu street, we.-* plaviag in hi-father's liouw* with a plBj'inuU- name<l KcMar. By suMtie nican» tlicy licraaie iH^sMsl of a kssNied Uiirty-cight caliber re-Tolver behmgifig 4« Mr. Meycn. Yflmn* Meyers held it in >ús hand, and while fooling with it it wa« discharged, the i>all <rik-' ing young Kellar in the nimith. A cloMT examination by Ih. Amick dis-rlwail that the Jaw was broken and that the wound is of a fatal cliamctcr. Meyers Bays the shot was aecidenul, l>ut Kellar says Meytes loaded the rr volverand |K»int<‘<l • it St him, w hen it was di« Uargctl. 1.ATKK. It is acwrtained that sometime ago Mr. ‘Meyero gave his son a $5 ritle, and aho a 38-calibre revolver. The boy was lidd to take the latter from the bureau draw^ iu which it was kept. Mr. Meyt rs was^ay frivm Itomc all <iay, and Mrs. Meyersj is Tiaiting at Camp XS'.is'.iingtoii. Shortly l>e-fore the shooting, It >bt rt ,'^tevpi;.s*>ri, a Ikjv residing on Central avi nuc. culled on ' young M'ycr-and«“<l to m p the rillc. He also d*-sired to bs»!. at the r<'vo!vi r. It wa« shown to hitii, and it is cluimcij tli.-it he cocked it before liamiin,' it back to f. Meyers, who, in attempting to ijroj* the hammer, diw'hargel it. it is now thongiit the cartridge is in Kcilai'"’hrain, and tliat his diath will f. II tv-’. The wd uided Iniy is a son of (?l'.arlc,s Kellar, wiio i.semplvyi'd at Evai/s mantel \v<>r SUBURBAN. , ÓjVlAii'i'ON. Tlie IndepeiMience t ilriy. r ri'jwt- a lie.ivy !>•■«[ on tia- Ha d; I.iek I il.e. A Co' iiigton toll ICC) r. a I r ports a v ery larg 'crop of tolnoso raí» d of a , very fme «juality. Chi f i)f I'olice (nsMÍs<m and Mayor Athey have pin on lie ir war pa.iit at.i! intend to wake np the cipix r^ i -oni tlii? <*.v. Isave hubM•^pfiClI■^ ndverti,reme;ifs items of newTs or otlier maturs for the RoRAM at Tommie V\ illiaum’. No. street. It is rejH)ru-d that t ol. V. a-h. t.runt b.-is been eiiiplovKl Ity tke m.leU l urfman .lack Chum to leatl him into the mvsU rit" of fox hnn ting this winter.    '    , A divorctl wa.'t gratiteil yestenlay in the chsni'cry Court to .Mrs. I da* Pretty man ftom her husband Harry I r< ttymaii on the gntuiKls of abandoiionient'. («0 to N. L. Young's, h'tS Madison avenue, and get forty p*»nn<is of fancy flour for $1, a good cigar for one cent. < Uher goods low down. Headquarters for Hcno tea. luiuis Bniesie, the proprietor of saloon on Srott ‘trei't, went down to il e iibid rivxT TPs'erday evening with the* intmtion Jumping in, but was stopped by the j p lOP. '■ A co'.ore<l man by the name of Chas. Harris, conflnid in Buriiiigton jai!, made hia escape \«et< nlay. Ihe >ii is an old trH[) anil not safe to ixintine anyone in that larcs to wt awav. •• The citv Council of Covington liasgrante<l the Ki-nttnky Central Hail road Co. the riglit of way throm'ii ttic low, r I r of tliin citv. It is the n e.i.i .n of ti e c.pui,;itiy extend ttieir ro.d to the river atid ;t‘ON. to ( !ti iiinati. The hill vvai v< ry « nmgly opposcl by .Mr. i-nihl.- Irnin the Ki.htii W'trd, as if will a miist rui IPs i legaiu re-sidevrci n the c ,riv-r of T.iird an-l .l.olin-soii '.,tr«u‘t.,v I kewport! Rev. I'tfo W'ilkU'. lia.s ryturucd from a visit to Ii.d n!m{iol: Cij tuin H( nrv How. is very •< ri u.s y ill at his reMilenci- on Haiiilet.etnu'r. Kewlaa-i (i;vis;on, , yiloftne.l rank K of P., will.'ii.ivc a drdi loiiigiil at He 1 > e i < hall. -    ' . Mr. Wm. Cfiipi, while walkicg along I'af-terson streit iisi night M.eleu i;.ib-sie¡) and fell aRd>f,niiie I ank ,.    , At tlic wate work'.s U ard nunAing last night t .e tn a.siin r rc|,..rt<‘d tlie (olhstion of .bt,hl2 sim e tin la f mi-ctiny. huil was file-l in the cimiit eorfrt this Bionlfng by .’a ire. Ms'k ag i '«t T. J’. tamer. Ill,for I 2.> forlu obcr hel, Mr. Jas McNainaTí, wbo lets Ire hi plav-ing during tiie pust    with    the    Ixmia- TiiW bare iwll dub is h< m, for the winter 1/c.ive (»r,lers for the Tki k iram at Jidin Millers cigar sto.vs, (oimer of Kglsntine anil Vork street, or at the jxciortiee book 0torr- A wrt of loliary was ireued in the circuit rwirt tliw agaiiis Knima Knopf, of Eglantine street. Tire tr al tp'k plucr (htsa ter con    q \OERMAMTOWN. fbas Moss took tu DavUm Thiirslay. Iw. N". I nger tovtk in KaUin dunng ti ls week. I>T. r. A. Kckert. of Miamishurg. was in town on Monday... Mias H.'iitre leel-cr has retnrned hr,me wfwr an eviend-ti \i-ii at .Miltonville tilud l idings Day aeri ie»t< will be r,b-•srvrel by the M. K church of our vi lag* Puiala ovi ning, tiefoiar 2 tn, Kxvrc.scs will lie by the Minii.i> m hool. Rif C W. Ilaracs will pnweh a "l^af •r “Autunmal" reiwi »n r'amiay aftemo<»n at thr,Toc,o k in tire M K. c|upch. A cor lial tuviiation is ein*' iled to sll. Nollil gha.s «S yet leen her.rl fr>m H R. K-linge- who 1 ft so m Idemy Isst Mstur day mon. n .'. I of his disap(>ear-•n,v is iunlni'e l to his iiialdlity to me« bta cmliiors w odA. LUDLOW. 0« to llrnrv IlartevcJd for watclw*, dotka and-yenelry. Mr. J h. Me* i>ruih k is n*'W B|« t ng a handsome ■ hlwatdi. Heb ing t'.im, kt win ertl a ak iii (he w. c , Iti i forme*, here a I V Igtud *oi,ij.:.i n s .re la tng msd* by the of tJxr t .. I« A B ft K. on ws>nn - wf (he niimesous «mt ' i«.v* that ker| Inaipii g <111 end «1 Ua- cm, >ir*i n Matches, rlorka and jifrclry repairwJand warranted by llartevwld. Rev. J. H ilerian, of ihe M. F. cburih mu»9tu»m tm fullowu (    hr    bi-u i.vy: Morvbg, Mutual Confesalon; rvan-ng. Life Beyond. Everybody invited. I he r. P. ahopa are rushed with work, ill the time has been wlueed to nine ours, which does not enable them to scon.piiab as muc h as is iici esaary. There ire at present abbul 2.50 men employed. ' A (hlver ThimbA. Don't iforgct that every' Iwly who Andsus uesubai riUr for four months^ »cv»mpa-tb-d by $1 c*sh, will receive or,« ■pure silver ridmbfe of size to suit. Four auhschbcrshnr ne ntonth setmrcs the sain> gift We have thimblaa for girls ss well as womep. A OasL Qlft • To any one setidlr^t us ten two mpnlhs’ mail Btibscribers witli tlie money (II^Telb-RAu will |wy 92fn casli. Every subscriber .n.sund agminvt ar*-i*lcnt. The Tti.E*iKAM dves mora reading matter than any other ,me cent dail^piijver in Hie worhL Well to Uamamber. Remember we fwy^^ny subscrilwr wlsi ma; have a i>isikrn I|pib $12 per week, and id who are otherwisewinjured so as tota» iiitahlc to work. Id |»er week. To the fc*l-ministrafor of any one killed iBkl. and the best afternoon paper iu the west all for h-sa •han one *ent j'er *lay. iiw'list of prkesfor the ladiea.    _ c flNISHED. Ill Jml£e' BnÉwalter Boasts k ■ Jollies of Precinct F, Eighteenth Ward, Declaring That He Has Found Evidence Of Moiit Outrageous Fraud Porpetrattd Here. The Thompson Mand&mui Casa Sol tied for the Time Being, Thc.-é vv.i« ,1 large crowd 8f •■jx'cf.i:* r-iti .lu.ige luliliwuiters court yc.»t^r>i.iy. *o Icar i!ic ,icv,;«i.>n i!i ibc m.nndam'u-* pro-(c,    a.caiun: the ji;*lgc'> «0*1 * I* r of pr I'im IEigiit* *'uth wafil I» r* j;,ird to Timnips**!!, the r, j>uh icati Judg* the cour: f*vub*l that tliaf gi'otlc naii Icit t I/- )Mill> i«!..iri;y hcfotr ll e i lo-iug for sii| p r. li hil,:u: V.ith ¡.iri'-eli wheiitcr*!*» rvturn »r iiot. But .alt* r 'UpiK\r Th<<mjis<,»u r tt.ruHi to the jhiII- and c\j,r, d a ocrirr to gi t ;p and^mti th*' <o:.nt. The *l(S<r wa', however, * l.isnj aga iiM .lim, and tbc'uthcr judjics l,ioU'''i,o iioii<v* of hiii dcMirc V) get in. an thcr Rcpub! caw h.tving IxHXJ relcctevl to su|mtv be tliv count, but who refused to sign tlie pool books and tilly i<hceta Mr. TBOtniieon lutd during the day witnes*wd a gtvat deal of irregularity and the receipt of many fraudiil* nl vuUs. He refused to joia with the iialance of the judges iu sigciiig the returns on tlie ground that ^ they w re not a rec*ird of the ivqial vote- |K>ll*ti. Tlie court ladd that it could gram n*> onler r«'*piiring him to .recount the baliots. a» there vean iio pniof that they were iu the •same comlitioii or were the same l>adots i;*--cif'ivcd. N* ithiT couhl hr ix* rcq,¡jir«-*l to sign tlic rv*tui!i:« made b.' tpe oihcr yiKigcs, a- he had no kuowlc*lge of tbeir ac* ur«*cv. TliP clerk.v had both i^xformeii ; H t#r diitícíKre*(Uir*‘<J by ¡aw, and theieloie a^ to tlicrn and riiump>Kjn Uic luaiidaiiius vv'outd l>c disaolvod. The court fmind that t! e two Official Returns of Hamilton County Completed, After Trials and Tribulations. Alleged Fraudulent Returns Counted In, iJ And the Demooratiol CandidatM Elect od Without Ezoeption. dtrk Dsltoii yesterday received word from the c»iurt that the temporary injunc-tion rcatraiuing him from re*roritHng the vote of iflVidnct K, Eighteenth ward, but did not bave the tigurce placed on the ofH-cial uble until 3 o'clock, Jurticcr^andcrson bring kept away by eome caus^; At that tim^ Justice (íililgan waa called in and the cmint completed, Dalton saying tliat Rand-mioa hud stayed away for tlic {nirpoae of delaying the cqunt. The Justice came la just afu r ih** adjouniment of court and examined the figures (or himself. The totals on,all ti e 'candidates, iiicjudlng •ail the 20Ü pre incis in the county, art as follows; - e rot oovxa.'coa   ........  ................................Kiai H.vadly I) .. Forsksr K.. I/eonanl 1', IJM m llua.lly'splurslltv  ................... SCNATOKS. I>rnioerats.    Renublkaaa U-.................-'•4t.»7    Hanlscre............-At.OI JM..4Í0    Klrrhiier  .....a4,2M K iiehncn..............;t4.ci9    Klcbsr<laoB..»......JM.4tl Wilsou................_»4.s;a    McVJlll ,..............-OMJW IloppU-lirwneai. WilAon over lUcharibsin...... KXrRiS>tSTATIVn. U psMfcaa. Irn 0 Ts fkanc. . bimcrisckl. , Murph}',; ^hn-on. ,...; .NinUi Moloney. ' . /.Iniinernuiu Howe Hohiieri ... <tO-vcr lot, e I p b a4 .5 0 iu'i ■ ..    5 .V ;k. 5 ■i ,    ^ .... :U, SP' . .U -2 . .M.V.-* rtiM Ita.ler.:.  ......4 « lliulis-oce..,..KXn taren,s|,i42 t.fiiydon   X Mi llarli-D...„ Atm ttnNlcmaa....^,.. M.%1 WydTnjin...,.„..« hsltey....    MJWi Nt.-msn,    14,403 irrriOrnt. ov, r 1 <le t xbt % -w Ho t A* i . :i,". ■ ti o ,0 . I.v«;i» * <tl M V < l.».RR. Dslii.n, 1»,    iox, li, 31,«73; Daltofl ,.v« r C\ix. .'l.l.'T. ' torvcTV I’Rosrrt'Toa. Hugh! I». .A.os,; Huntingum, K, high o.Cr^ Huutington 2,2.4. I iJt'M V TRnvn RER. Rattrrrnaii, i>. M.fl*}; Borttgir, R,34.19flp Ratlcriiiaii over lUrttg* r ;iv*7 «OI, JfTV BacoRDxa Hajnrtv, 1».‘;t5,775;.Bruner, R. 13,374; Hug* r'.y over Bl<¡iu« r. 2.511. (OrMV toUMIraiOKKB. Kuhl, D , :Í4.2T1; floeslliig, A, UMH. Goesliiig over Kuhl, 27!.    ,    „ MKaBCR RUAXD or cokraN» Alter, n.. 33,4«rt; Hchrader, A, S»,ft4a Alter over Schrader. hl*#8 1 he totals will be footed upby thed«mty clerks ttslay and tottMDrrow, and theomcial majorities wili be announced totaofrow. TUR ruMim eraxt. The fee ling of reiicf ,aa the end tf the count drew riear waa general, evwi thoae r.-.ndidat--s wlxnr cares were In do ibt drawing a long K gti of relief whvo U.tannoance-raent w. a made that titey were defeat, d. Tl.r ughoyt the count the a|>aitment had bs-n kept .isi,uiet aa a school room pre-aiiiod over by a aterti ma«t.‘r, tbt only s*v(iriil« being* tlie reading of .( 'lerit Dalton atui the resjonsf s of deputy, hot, when the soutliem pre iuct df M'hitewattr lown-siiip'liad ix-en tinishrel ihe accne somewhat reremh!«sl that to ie witnesrel.ia thtDhio l* g slatureon the day of final atijonmment, eve i|.t that no* Isxiks pk|irra went thn.wn Evervb<alv but the reporter» str. tehe^l hiniwlf. y.iw urel, lr>okrd p|eaa*d the newa- a,H r m*n v» !,.. w", re hguhngon tlie reaiilu judges ha*l against the pmn-st of Mr T'lomrisoh iir’ on-d tiie regi'iration law.and aff r a few balh.te were r,V iv.-d uegle* red I :‘"iTrr:’ I.,. b.rek any v r c-iv.d u;-.n n j    .    -'’J.'il:."'!-''!* til*' I vi*len«*‘ .-lujwcij tlinl w.cuty two naiitc» *,u the i»ill Issilts w< rc not oiv li>e re^:,^lry list. Ir was ¡dw» showu-'in ev i-d< lie*' tliut 1 < r.«i>ns not r*>sul*ut», n{ the warl w re I». r:nitu«l to v«t>; ilial vot.s w. fc nxfive i jrom jx r«ons vuting two or Uio,'. tut;*» a;iii that one tf till-    two,    ju’ps    siilxiritut.d 'ofh-r ti k< > f* r fl.o c r xeivi-il frcu the voter-. !. .t. ultii'c.ijr'i ,ihc c.<c'i*Hr may have Ixcn c«),.<hictc'l I’audulrii ly, it did n «t apjxar to th*' t'ourt ihi.t bv a* of Hie pnxec.yup af'. r lire t.l tig *,l ih ret.irn the    v*»tre    of the    prixuot *ould Ixv *io    pur^ip 1    .1» til    e Hh; ' legal voh x    tu Ix*    .x |,.iric<i    fr .in the .illr,.al otics Tile cfii rl th* n hitf wuiiid nxm r, t at CO* rS* pres r le-.l by. law -liould h<- ¡lur su*-1 a- to t < i- n;2 sliould 1m i urrret, 4 on a final pn>-c*re,iiug in < o; te>t. Thfwrit woi.l b th< rc-h»re tie awanltd a-- to the two ju«tg*-\ r*x warden,/Ik Burdick, of Toledo; grand' treasurer. i mwlea Browiv of Cincinuatt', grand acoteUry, .Trtlin D. Caldwell,', at d ciimati.    __    ‘    ;    I Joha Touag    Dying. XPniLADKbriKy. October 22—(Exclusive]. John Russel] Yonng, ex-minister to China, is in a dying condition.' Tell Dead. , A. J. Klein, residing ou Kedbank avenue, Mt. Lookóut, fell drad yeatervlay. He superlntendent.of MacKeale A Crhtn's safe factory.    _ AnXnaane WomanMauardian. John A. Cochran was apfi^ted by the l*robate court ycsurky t^rdian of r^phia Schulte, who is itisati^ hhc has |3,U06 worth of projK*rty. Fire Damp Bxploaion. Ak'HXonc. Va., October 22.—(Exclusive.] —An exploaion of fire damp in the Rac-coon ahaft, at the Clover hill mines, in (.li^wterfleld county, this morning, caused the death of one man.    ' re hgunujrt l with thc.r noi'v gsM.iy., The ttm t irii !..d-«l all tlic priv'n* is < f the couttty « x-c* pt h of ihi- Ku'hte.-nth want and Clerk ftalton NUt oiim-tx! th;it, he ImuI aent to itie Kiiirt l*,r in-ruciieii* and tost un «a-or *1* re*l iriiu-itliat* Iv , to do oth rwi*-. Ire Would have ilteyoh* of Uiat («nejict re-ismlixi III ord r Iq f*s*l up the totahc Any q ic-f . n- f* St m’ght arise as to the kfiditr ut til** .le tioti in sty of the precia*is could bt settle*! iu the murts. , Killed Bis Oouata. Qlrxkviixk, H. October 23—[Exclu-■Ive].—Ed, Crisp and Tom. Bryson qnar-reled over a pigan*! went to the woods to light it out Bryson was knocked down. He arose and shot Crisp dewl. Kavaay*a Csaa. CfiATTvxoooA. Tas.v., (tctober 22.—{Exclusive. ]—It Is learned here tluit (ieorgc Ochs, city editor of the Times, has found a clue to the tnlssing Miss Raveiiy^ and has traced her to IIamllt*m, Ohio.  ; Royal Weddt*ic. Paeis, October 22—[Exidusivr].—The religious marriage of I*rince Waldemar, of Di nm irk, and I*nn*ea8 .Marie, of Orlctna will be cehbrnfced lotiHirrow. The civil marriage ocrurml fhU morning. \ .1 No Hope tor Riel. I/)»po}i, OctolxT 22—■Exclusive].—The privy council trrday refused lo interfere in Ihe case of Kiel, aii*l the death sentcn*e pasaed by the Canadian atithoriUes iiiu*t atariiL liOcke'a Language. Mt. Rtkhuxo, O., (trtolrer 22—(F.xrln-Ire],—John IxK ke, the Itepuhli* an R«*| r *-aeulative fmm this oountv* 4nd a rabid in-fl*lel, addrewxsl a Rcput>Hcan j<dlifK-ation licre last tiight. He was so mamlahmsly aldjsivc in his r* ntarks on the |>rohiiiitioii'; tsls, that they thrrafemd lo run him out of Room 4. Judge Matthews y«*st»nlay overruled th* m ,Confor airewtria! in tire «a-x-.-f J. H Bnuing agidnsMlie Cincinnati Sire«*t I^il-way Companv, in wldch ju*l;«ii*nt 1*ad been gsveu f*vr the def* ii hmt.w A bill of exvrptionx wa< all*iw*d. A tlnnl d,reree was rendervd in th*^ r.«*c of Hi.diard Jolip-^ *ion Amanda Johnson; ti e timiing' l>ein* in fav*.r of (he *1efcnfUnt. 'ihe Rivir-ide care i» still ih pmgrew*. ,,   — Denica the Cbarge. The newly Rp|xiit,bid Prin*'i|>al of the Twenty-«ixih Disirn t 8* h«wd» d*« res ildis-Unctly umlersUKxl tliaj. he 1» not in tiie habit <if rorppral punism*-ut with a strap lo children six ántl seven yeara <üd. áa has tieen chsr,rid. <>ti the o.>iitrary b** believe* in the froiil«)ia*iit *.f in«>ral suae.oi with sclMilan of lltat tender uge, but he a<ltni*a tlwt Ire doty n**t sfMite tire ro»l Uithectww of b< ys tif mattire years when they oraar to liah n to reoa*¡»n. DOPBLB PS AMMO. Mora Troubla ea Both UdM of tha BaH axa. Lnxnox, October 22—{Exclusive].—It is riaimed that toe great powers north «( the Bai]uns are |irc|iahng u» take a hand in tlie Penhrsa'a troublea Tire Kuaaiaii Panslav-i«*a, f. anug that Hrrvia will not attack Bulgaria. are stirrmg up the Kerv -ana It Is statsd that kusaia is *xMiTÍntvd of Austria'* duplhitv, and that the latter ¡«wer isawk-to an uu*lcrsUudinf with Englaii«l! Againat tha Stakaholdar. » The jury in ti.e case of Charles Kuntz art, B t Christian < d irwdi, in Ju ige Koh-rts.. .’s rvs*m. relunle>l a venlict y*a-lenlay in fa or of ihe plaintiff lor^io. the amount * Limed. < ounufi a* ie,l aa ftakebolder in a bet hetwrxn Kiutiand ireo^rebailer a» to the result'of lb*-late preiohiitial rl*t ion Kuotz wagered !24o on R aiiic ami '■e l-au* r tire same sum * n Cleveland, f o*ir:..ii daiMiod lh*t he paid the f4 0 to h e Mcer, (mt Kiinlz alU-gid t. al«Td*d him not to do so, A NEW TURN. A BLAl K HERO. The Noble Aettqn of a Colorad Isiborer. c»NTRRvii.i,a Xims., October 21—{Exclusive .-jThrec niilfs fiom this place a bl ck return»,/*ij    l that    ertir-ev-1    iiero 1    *v la*    life in    ah    heroic    att m t to save    the hf*    of áVhild.    A little    gjrl waa playh g < n the ra ¡road track aa a timin was qu.ririg th.mi to file the r. tnrrs* Tfo v liad | approaching Rolrert Johnaoi^ a colored -.gicl tlie dat*'of    ix    i,ling    and    filing    ,    ,    ,    —, laborer, saw her    and    made a frantic at tempt So save her Rut joat aa be lifted licr up, the train stTuck him and both were instantly kilhd. the Mime emH r»e<l <>n/tlix i a* k. witljoui os t*. the right of ohjeetions as to the time of filing. ,    (l^UINQ^ Republican antObemocraUe Attorweya Teiting The r Helatji -* Sirengt i to Le-(fde Wbe'ber the Alleged Frauduleat lieturct Bhali BeCoa..*x*d. Judge Bu* liwaller's csim was rrowde*1 yerrrdav and it was n*«eie*ary lo keep a (Ifj uty sfieriff nt the door In order to pre vvn' ’i.e Cxmrt fnun being crow*ied out of his own fipirsu.eiit ’ Tl»e attracti*tn wa» the trial • of th* injum ti.m su.t brought against Clerk Ihilton and Just ire- Bloom and r<Anderxon lo re**train them from lenifyinx the returns from ;.tre<incta A of ward 4. r of ward h, R of Ward l«, and K aad K of wsrd D* to the Hecretary of tlic «Uta. The Upt^míiny w ■ con* Iq^l and the r*mrt at two u'c o k was hearing arguments on a motion hrouglit by defend, n s attorney, to di ao ve the in-pi net ton Mild on the detnnrr* r of tie d*' fen e, Hon Immc M. Jordan he .an lire tr-giinirnt and was foliow*d hy VtarnerM ikietuaii. Calllat Pet Names. lOoinmer iai (.aretie ) Sa far a* tire 1 iio •"-'-tar is not imlrerile, it kmiws the exucl nature *if lh* Contest goiu;?on in this (l.y, ai d wfio are In tire right ami w o Jn the wn*iig «nd that so far a» our f»nrt o! tire c-.nlroie s, i- *•■ no* rne*l t is rrin r ..ble • r imsf. ¡ation nn 1 for-h*reraii*e n -pcuk ngof tire !•«« ) soiandr l »i, l his t!e.ih*r.,l lc itTmM. 1 here never tw* ix-en a slrerp* r or a morf mjo ani tamp .ign than that whnh just ■hwrtl in this St d ai d citv, and It t lliiree tiir liaa been a nii y. snew l ix sb*x*t a »w of sicondary developnnui of the Kn-juirer. Mb» I file R fierre, lire oo*»d local el^ t:tioni*i nwe I’o imi s |5 wdit. for wU hr all druggiMs and fam y goods fealert. Btilt Hora IDmesSWsr j The rommercial Gazette, whkh Aa con-siiler bly tnuhled in its mind aowadaya thinks that ‘*jt may le .,a fmpoilint qaea-t<on to tlie Times-«t*r w eti er it Is on the side of honeety.and dixrncy inti.islown or not ” The Tinne-Ntar sfs-aka fdr itaeff. Reader* of this pa|>er know prxfealy wireie it suiids. If the T mre-hur waia not, on til# side of riecf-n'y in ifiis town, why would we now fw cn lo sing 'be Coenmer-cial <*a/«uc for iised t**rial i Itnf Hap(*ily, there is reeann h r it Itvi y lio c that tire re-f*Tm indnences •( wr.rx on Eaarth and i a e w ill (inuliy be suorcMful. FILLIVO UP THI JAXM. LAID AWAY,   I    I , Funeral and Bunal of Fred. Rasaaurek There w a- a large cniwd at tire I nitsr., n Ciiunh, rnru* r Eighth'ahd Plum stree'K ye»i*Tts<, to witness the la»l nlc-* over tire remains of Fred. Hasaaurek. Ktu|>l<>y«e of the \*»lkshlatt sIimnI guarri ni>r tire cisket, whir h wj- k p; in the cbun b over .I'inhi, until till*altera xm^ Rev, * *or.e A. TiMiver, ¡resior* f tire < hun li. «onr.u ledilre servbr* and the hurul at >|.ring itreve (amenry waa private. Tire paTlreargrs were as follows i mu I’scO.w. frrdinand Seinerke, F. ThalUaon, Henrv I'ancigrr, C'iiariea ABreigh' Bui^ren Bnum. Ju las Peltaaohn and C| adrs F. J**hnw»n. Tire fid-lowing honorary I «I b»ar fs «e^. by tire tiernvai. l* ; •imry i|(aa<-ke, fc. H. Aualerlita, (1ia%*n-.’h< Max Thi*e, Henry I'amiipr, ftml. Ma^-wsii, I'aal tfvg) buwaki. Allied Kaiter. ‘ Iht Btcrf ol a gl.OOJ BUh Hamiltus Cvsada, Ortoirer 2X,—(Exrl«-•fvej.—Three yaars ago a jruung( «1 f .filMa named Hunt, !oa4 a |i,OUn bill ju*t Ml»a Waa laiving tl.« olty. An effort was mada lo find It, but«nauc*eerftilly un'll vewier day when a cabxinvrr named «ti ri Ian was arresged for aataolting liisfaib r In Uw an (Hirer cab-*irivrr. <m thy tr a Kheridan confewwd that (Ture had mve.i bim tire |l,h« hi I to have .t . liaag>-d in Kgw York. Hunt lia<1 give I It to Ciiiw for a li, bill and he had kept ih _ _ Remember ttiat every «ulwrrilier to the Taumaaa is insured a a <st acri b nt. Twelva dollar* per week in • aw of hiok a One l<ondred dolLir* m case of death. The Tii»<a*a, up to (inox-r 1, ireg, haa paid <mtaa brtHttsuvcr m.'XM. Tire Tnmaae oiwia laas than one rent a day. A Bund ei Mea aenteBoed al Owe Tena of Co r , and Four Huadred te FuU>jw., V*aHvii.tK. <»cl, 22—{F.xriaaiwt].—More*    . than one hundret of the m**ra Hum «**• h    ^    ki,,, have bren seiilenred by Je*lge Kay lo fre    ...... *i* e to five monttiB In the county Jail. Tl>* c. art I- icci ni-vt to male th wateme-a Republican Senato-r^l Candidates Démand That Oertifl-catesdf Election Bo Issued to TheiUi^on the Qround Of thg Fracdi Practiced ht the Ecoeut Election. Early yestmlay a petition was ftlwl in the (In uit court aakiiig (or a writ of caatidamiiB rer|uiring Clerk Dalton to Iwue certificates of relertion to Messrs. Hardorre, Klrrhncr, Richardson and McGill, the Kepublican candidatea for tha aenate, the grounds for the suit be lag the claims of fraud that bave already l*een made public. Notice of the tigglnning of the Biiit was served on Oerk Dalton and Justices Handersou and Bloom, who are made defvmlanta at the beginning of the court this morning.    , TBB BLANCHARD BCNhATlOM, A Buaplolon That Bis Bohema Has Baan on tba Ferd. Wa-d Plan. Taaax lI vt Tr, Ixi»., October 22—(Exclusive].—Tlio Itlan* hard allair rontinurw to lie the sensation, and interest in it increases a* the number of victims and the amount.* they have lost i« multiplied. It is now generally believed, that hi* w.stem landxieHlitig wheme ha* bren has-xl iijion the Fard. Ward ‘■profit ’ plan, snd all sfreeulaHons now are as to whether in the busineiw he ‘•salte*!'’ «lown sny gn-st *leal of the cash, nr uai-d it sll np in extravagant expenditures. It i* thought that Ire. is someliiiiig ahead—that tire if^'n.tssi that be lias taken from this ne g dMirtidó»! ha* not all gone into wiAh rn Imid «ertifieate*. 'There sre numeróos stnríe» of du|>ljrnie «•ertifl-ales nnd *iee«ls *-n which Blamhani reslirc*! *l<,uble tronev. The heavnst imiivilual loser is a widow *if this t ity, wIjo isout |27,(fiO. A pío tre grapiir-r i« in the sclreme for fl.VG'. atnl oilren an- hsicrs in suini running *1viwn as low as»25 _ 8SR10UBLY INJCÍrÉd. Ksn Falla from a L*dd^ and is Í3adly Yeatenlay, Hurt. J,o!in G’N foreman of Morrt-on A ('**ni|«ny • planing mill, at NoKfi, |n«ndl2 Sortli Court street, fnct with a reriaus an I lent He was m*'Unteil on a Iad*ler. and when atxiut to dei-end. the Iwlder slipiied, |.rer|p»UUing O'Niil to the ground, a distance of about twelve lei-t He sps'sincd a wnful lut over the rwht eye, g d he 1* ft k neo *-up was broken. He wá^ «-arricl to the oUce ip on unconsi-*iua condition, where Dr. Intigdon drcwi-d hi* Wtmtids. He waa taken to hit home on Eig!ith street Cuviugton, in ono of tho firtu's waguua CITY*DADB ^    , iJihj, U, Ciatai^Aiá Zif t. ItL GRAND OPENING Tuesday Evenlns^. October 87. , Two Rands. Iln^¡e eonstandy. On fCl *kap Ing entil HtIa. Tbe l«d Bjui.pai Klak ia An* r.iw. JOHN M.OOOI£,( en I M o ww. 1A3 tf HAVLiN^ THEATERg TOKIUUT. HitiANO MK*, ^ TOKT'IT liC.AkZ1.1*M lo tire new ssuBleal conredy, S T7*X* VfO JKT mi Ksw Nhuis, lb b *!«, Ih at«, Ae. ,v#st finndaf th«'n(na{«c>D(qaniCa.inMIa.UO. M-IUf IJARRM' SPSHf.I'M IN tUlKISmS'M OnOlA-11 Ihit'KR—Bveiy afianioon and art-ry tvenlag durfag (be week, Oliday’s Cuuedy ( «uayaay its the laiigbablc «■«omsIv of ^ COLLABB AND CUFFS. Two BuinimoUi CuHo flails. Admission only laaodaocts.    opIMt ^iotwojpla srwfrerflioa '    -IN- GRICKET ON THK HEARTH ansi LEND MB FIVB 8HtLLlNG».litf GRAND"opera HOUSE I (h«ofih'nc*t ri|s Krer Trvenad hare! xtrz^kCir^zi.^, The A«»v ntnien. All this week. Ma lawa W'dnedy a loa n'd ty. Non.hy (\jtoberai. Kmiua AbUni's Urutd Ent BshOpk-aCo. 10 Xtt aEasfc.«.ar.2a»—• ..    ,.?aaBHWt CORRfiCT STYLES NOW READY —AT THE— CZXTCXITXTATZ COMPAITT, Race and Arcade, Merljng& Rishpr, '    PROPRIETORS. “QÜEENA.’* talK Qmrena ts exquMtt. H ie . it b It perfe* tbra, ibeRiweai Otraa aOhaaoa toS.ady tataraal Frtaon ^    Airacgaauaals. Nxw 0«tK*i(t, Oct 22—{Kxdmdva].-. Mrear*. Bowman, Brcman, Cury, Carroll Lord. MuUen, Patontoi,' ax»d Wiao, mem-berk of the dty couDcll, ware this moraing committed to the rariah irisuo on a ten daysf wolet.oe and fine •( kou each by anhr of Judge Kigston, of the city diatrlet eourt. Tiiey refuted to obey the mandate of tire Court Hence their punishment Tbete is much' excitement over the tc»ult of the trial. * Dr. Well*' Effrrvm-ingGrape Jn^e Aperient with i’endn U lire onlv pre|xu«tion * f grape juVc that is tndonred 1^ M. John and his ^mperan*e club, w o alwav> h>und its sparkling butd>lt« a rv*fie»li ng drink. For s de by John C. Gtts A Oa, drviggLu, south-eai*t corner biitk and Vltre. P*tvr« Hotsi.—Two hydrnulk elevators “run all night." ‘¿So rooi.ia—140 (root roiima lUtt», U p r *l|iy. (lacinoatL f'abiil'ff phoKgrrapij IS 90 ¡er doarn, e*pial to the Iski m.ole. at J'‘Ur«'s Arcade (ialUry, No. 2b Ana.le. of an preiwntioó*y.-t luvcnust; it gtresavalN vety aptK-amerc to lire tklii *»ith<>ut the *U"agrs» i alile iMluty Hlerl *d ad ottw n n*>'» oa wle. Ik bsB hr n an«h by»lix Inoati s ‘>eadlat rheHH isu. WarneA Dloaory. who pmitoiianH ab*. Mlutefv free fn-ia tnmrkiiie twbsiui<*e*. end’ perfectly FarmJe-w. T**u-«1 and appninf oa viuretMmut Toilet Parlor. Ireo <v(í^atye. 'Alt» afull^of iMW Face XhreuumiurBaqal-elt«sItodieated Rubber laoe aicretk Paw peina W tiakie Reaweer. fnitiiiw. Mol^rraefe*, let. Papeffiimtts Haii mnovvd. Mf end evMtrfi nntfi nine •’elect fefeoer geoda whether on fefessea ese made er net ind itwoceateaasapinrriteedaror caUet    { KMraANToturr parianh. n W, Phnrth stinet. MXt door m Loadyh, Cla-rtaaMt. O. N. R-ffpcetalaReiitianfflrenw fore aate am for oreiw bolla nmrpuoiu, —ttnaea, Ac. ML gsgrmrtm MMels la adv-— 1 J. GETTLER, Dytlaff, Clranlnjr t&i Bd&erattaf neatLy Dost 73 Bayrnlllwr Straat. Cincinnati. O RIBBONS / ' For Cr&iy and Faney Work At AtM'i Great Bitiln Stoii, f ^ C r H if^ find Main 8l»._a»« Jh. aKO0JP, •MIM'. Manutwiuter of end Dealer la PtaM«* Organa. Looking Olaaaea. Oold ^ Brónwaad Nataml Wood Ftaasea. KBci35infi and Oil FaJntiaKB. EM W. Fomtk BtroM, OineinaaM. O. •ellV To Pot Dowd Fnol The Oommittae of 100 la ia noed of additional fünda fcr the mode»-ful proaec'. t;cn of pa raona guilty of, fiB'ada in Bdgixtrutlon and llao*i tion. TI •/ there org aak thati ere'-y pn-a^n deaircni c f coatribfe-ting to th Ji Wdrthy end ahall aend vbat he can, however amall tho^ amonst, to JUUU8 DEXTBR, Treu'r/ * i(V207t.    8t    Pail    Brild    ng ' wknoMTDari dctcctitb iouoi; , C WAPTFXirtXlN A CO, faoraii ' Thn egeon n i*i%i«rr*i u* MMMnooe < Tmiot, FOIHLE CHEAPESTI R. WimLITZER fe BRO.. lUMAXN BT,EeU Man 14th. If» - ITT igfU twww «4rt»xíre (xretiwM m a miaUtal ernrfl a», tvnv tuuvteWbd to Iu vwn hy miiwsy oi«d «(imna tMkpoutes. btalre. Lw ams. iMwranoe emao» ahxs burtOati bawres »»4 imuvUtiala Wlhat» rwL MMirsy an*l drUv.f tuztiives frum aaysialm (■ me wakiB I on*wtrí*t<l»-:i» In all eftÉsa OOfew. » ta«M Thiid sc KMI Bwrei iVMdumOMK 1 w*rrtiMwaut.in4sf bMsctOra Luvr Masx UwresMi. Msiugtr. rOrt SAiu£. risk PtopwlT M C*0«gk BOII! I a hMrentalaiae ako« twoartmaf laad. rw»^ fefhwe Mkw nil.t for gn Isw mealh. weH * «bt-rna.s a-te iretiisi alt ktais scvrertlroSl lantoswtiwef    A'fW    (    UeaMPLerj f^.CAaiCY.I%urtlisnd^laes(*,tferJdl Ife I ittifl oTTitkiii H.4Í EMC liftiÓL ■oomn 01. 61,61,    06,    60, UaCOLH't INN COUNT RUIkOINQ, | 277 M« 11 6(r4Mit. C'neloanntl. ! M T. IIULV. areaaa »«t|. lig It as pne ihlr. .Ncarlv, il tiOl quit# _ Ol them will Ireeeute red, and tha Jails i>. 'be eurroui.diuf ouaiitlea wtll have to I# utilL«d    _    _ Mssoaie Otwad Tiodea. Hre MaamiK «•nsnJ Ix<<lge adjoufiiad ye« lenlay, to m»*#t Iu C'ereland aa tbe Ih rd T*ne4iy of <»• v-Inr, ifiwu, ih-f -re adjourn-men' the fnluwhtg newly elcc ad tíÉceea w#re iireiul’edr (•rand i a r. H t>cka WltUamo, «f A hens d r g and ma)4er, t. N Gwd-vr.y, of «t awa g -nd annlor wrarden. W, J. Aktra <4 C*«ve.aadi gnai Jnnlwr Clasing-Out Bala! V    - TBE BTQCK AND FIZTUREB or TH* wnx-KSowN Roi'sr. BanUixrart Canur nfth and nralmit Btreata, (OKIiaTINO or Quid nnd Bilvar IB'atchB'a, fxVJ'lSlvoC    iir»"! Biimimda, BilTemrara, JeweJ ry, &o. Fowrtk. I r k< an I a lb«4b-iiben(W'a lawwo, all kinds of fine ttvery rigs an*: «*!• ttie konsw, with nfiire hehiit lor ladOia: m worM borw« at>d dt livery wagona H, B. Naymkn, propnetot, Teoeghoni emit 1 would tuy tl.«t iiople vikltiiig i nst) will find ti e Rtlni.t Mriwt Hi moet drMrmble hot#!. Ho tn> Hoitaf a Bate* fx per day. new s’ore. 2*f N strert QMtiel FiHirograpke 9i.i*e per rnimw, r fMJiVbwi ndk ThN ahora etoek will bgeoM withotrt reggnre ar t<> bghidiBi bdier, tlRLlB THR HAMIiBB e<Fr«e« og rmu l AY, umfmm Uaug each day urIU Riaok and FiZturga ar# dtepofed o' B. DANLNBIMCII, AuoHeneer.

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