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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 24, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio K«voltttlotiar)r> Tbc pmrwdlnjp» hrfowJiidgi» iJu'-hwaltrT SU! M tiOT<!l H any that liave oer taken place beron* a rourt Jn Ohio. It is psvelr ttRVrtwl by Iswyeni that a rom moil |»lc-a» judjir» aliould an In-jonction rratniifiíng the clerk of ttw! court from fsnraaidng the returns made tu him. But the shanieful part I* that those lawyers do not cotir«i^ liiat they are using the court before whom tl»ey at'prar aa a hridget«*pan forty-eifbt hour* of tlipe—in order that tliey may reach another Judge, who. the paper edited by one of tl*e counael ao en-Itaged says, was aent for In hot hs-ste, be living at Wilmington. Before tlila arcond court s writ of mandainiw ha* been applied tor, to compel the clerk to taaue the cer* tiftcatea to penawi* n<»t appearing to liaee the majority of sote» on tht fare of the return*. TIm* constituttoQ and tha lawi •ay that the senate and the house of rapresentstivaa ere the wk Judges of the election and qualillrstiOAa of their os u mcmbet*. 'It may ba that the roembenre-rairing tha bigheet numtwr of votes on the face of the returpa were not icgsliy ale<‘te«l. We inrliot ver^ mnch Id the that they wera not. But that is not a qnestion lor the oourta to determine. It ia, as haa bai n remarked, solely a question for the senate. For courts to stti mpl to tnterfrre in such s q lettioa would be as much of an iUagal invaaion of the juriadictioii of another hody a» would be an attempt on the |«rt of the asMMnbiy to try a divorce case. 8ucb interierenoe is, approaching the methods that distiiiguisi.ed the New .York eourts a tew yejf* Sgo^ it is more; it bor-' den on Sieilc&nlzation. This is Indead nuterpnsa. * The following esti * ts need no comment: MsSlow, Omo, Feptcmlirr aO—[Esrlusive to the Tgi.B«iiuM].—A man giving his name as Charley Nash, mid hh reeldeme .k* tln-Hnnatii arrived here last Kmlsy night, end regisU-rtd at Ult Kerr limisr. Kaiurday moritinc be. called on Fv*ter, the livery man.' lie haii been herehehfre, and F<«ter says up to this time bta boainc»! ha* ¡ beat i^tlare. He would boy horses, then ¡draw on the firms for whom’ be bougtih aiid always paid bis biibk He began ttiiv tinie by buying four Mioraes of Foster, four of F. A .* Bhrote and one from Iiave Ham-mer. Tlic \delivery ws* to take pltc»* ye*fcrday. wlieu ' tbc^ tnooey, , Shb'h was coming from (Indmiati, was to be {laid, in tbe aficrnooii .VaA borrowed kiO ffom Foster. Later be cot $1^ more, lie worked a man naliud Tiarnfnan, of Rirhmond, for |3il. Tfien he got a horse and buggy of FaHer,> and taking Lou Ssgtag, ^ the Kerr House; drove to Bheyra* lolratiSMrt *oi»e bue.uer*. On tbe Ky, Nash bmrowcd ClAjuid a gold wati b CQ tiontat;. They »lttp|wd at a huMt and Naan te hot to be fouiwl. In tha en p'oy of Thomaa é Laoiurd and Bmay F«a, of CiociiuistL FA Tauaaau reporter called on Thomas A Leonard and liamey Fox. and Iramad that Fox knew nothing of him. Thomas A Leuoaid said ba had been in Uh ir employ, hat wae discharged auoae days ago ]    ^    . teeaawowiNOir* or vwa asqviaaa. Makios, Oaio, Unobar 22. i*m. V Home wefkiS|.oC. A. Nash, re|>resenting himself as a boise-buycr (roas the stables of Barney Fog, Ciiirlnnall. came here, and after rUtiiig the. stables in town ai d looking aver tbe sale stock on hand, boiigbt aboof a car-load id a rertets, ortering it •hipoad on the foUowing Munday'.on « hTch ^yhe aaid ha would hava a draft fmm CUctnoaU with whkh to pay the ibills. In the interval he mai!e the acinaintanoe of a young n a i wuom b* borrowi-d a ti**at.d fjliain and tlA ln motvey. than boirowed about |II6 from lime othw peraoDs and hired a bttgg> , and taking hia friend from whom lie gn jihc wat<*b, went to Burynis and then- put up at a hotel. Next uiomlng hU ticlim Anind that Naah bad taken a night irrigHt train and left for part» uuknown. An En'iuirer reior er, went the rvmnd* of til# Fifth street bon» nisrket }e-ten'ay. and iho4e«4imooials he obtained of Nash's ebarwrter were of * kind calealaie<| to hang that individual. Itamev Fox ra d that a thouiafiid jem imhepeultr'itiarvwouidn't he loo mutb for him. I*at Fox ndd: « him! I haw a’loat worth nl his IB the m.e. He wu kH W. W, the Commercial, the black-mailrr and wouid-bc iMMKwin of fiCncral (Irsht, I'bould both lie.taken down t<> the Ohio river and drowned. They «re Ixrth vilHans of the deejiest dye ami the republiom and democratic fierties would lie better off witlnMit tiitm. Have Too Been the Oudae^ If ^lot, go si once to W. 0. Jenrem’s, 67 and aft Fountain square, a* they only re-'gialn with u* fora sliort time. They are on their way to Califoniis, and would be most happy to have the ladies and gentlemen calJ Mtd interview tlwiB. The First Conttwtant. Tlins. J. Mcüranahsn i* the first of tlie lefiiibiican candidates to commence a suit in contest. Ht filed a notice in tlie pne bate court lata yesterday afteruoon contesting the eleetion of F. K. Sfartin, his democratic opponent for justice of the pescc. The grounds arc tlie all^(e<l frauds [n several ward.». Tha Jlsxt BeeftaL The prngramme for the recital at the fin-cinoali College of Miudc next Wednetvlay evening b aa follows:    A’iolin and |>iano, sonata No I, Allegro Andante, Allegro VI-vore, from Schuberb John Yoakly^ and A. J, liciuith; with organ, piano and violin, “Ave Maria." from Bach, Uottnod, Mrs. Annie Beatlie;j]iiaho solo. II. «#. Andres; "0, l>on Fatale," fnro» lam (ados, Mrs. Annie Beattie; violincellu and i piano, Fanlasie, from Hotterraann. Themlorc Halm and John Yoakly; trio. Sfjnau, O major. fn>m Haydn. H. 0. Andres, A. J. Sclisth and Theodore Hahn, SMALL THINGS. Dr. J. Moore, Moscow, 0., «lead. New York grain market is firm, Ben Butterworth i* in Washington. Several Lake Superior venaebt are mi»ing. K. W. Iteakley, Cruigiiead county, Ark,V is di'td.    .    >    ' Dr. Leonard U holding reviraUat Hpring-field. O.t    ¿ Editor Clarkiién, of the l»ayton (0.) Herald, is dead.    *. ‘ Three alleged lynchers are underVarrest at Cliattaiiooga. Marion Sws* tree and was Forwker ad New York la Betting waj aker is going ^ Void Bros,, 0., have gom Mr. C<k»n. il'nited Htate ' fee Hwalfc faUing fr>m A tunnel caused the KIcvien ji this time, I Ham G. I for fratrif Jbibeit faully shi Rowtiei nuL He vl y«r. I Atf wed people. the subject. There wae a large attendance of young inen last Sanday evening. The (Central Woinen'a Christian Tero- i»erance , I nion met in annual neadon 'huiwlay afternoon in the Friend's meeting house. . Mrs. P. K. Waitoan wa* unani- rariusty re-elected i resident for tbe ensuing year, with tlie foiiowing iadie* v‘c.%reaP dents: Mr*. McClellan Ilrown, Mrs. Anna M, Knigiit, Mlwi Anna B, .Mown. Mrs. E. T. Coleman, Mra. Tunier, Mrs. liunneweli, .Mr*. Htewan and Mrs. .Nfcfirath; corra-sprmdlngsecreUiry, Miss Jennie .M. Palmer; rworling seeretahr, .Mrs, M. J. Kklnner; treasurer, Mrs, J, p. Wit liaros. ANOTHER INJUNCTION. Clerk Dal'on Restrained from Iseuing a Certifloaia to Judge Hoeton. Judge lluchwalter granted a tetiii»orary restraining order late last evening against Clerk Dalton aiid’Bquircs Bloom and Sanderson, enjoining them from issuing Judge Huston his certilicatc of election. CIvas. EvanSi the republican candidate for tbe vac>ant Judgeship, sued out the injunction on the ground bi fraud in certain precinct*. THE 8ENATOB1AL IlfJUNCTIOH, Judge Buohwaltar to Bandar a Ueeialoii ^    Today. Hon. John F. Follelt concluded thearga-roent late yesterday afternoon boon the demurrer and motion to dissolve the temporary restraining order agahist County t’ierk Dalton. Judge Buciiwalter announced, when the case wa* submitted, tliat he must take time thia morning to call his motion and demurrer drtcket. but would ren<ler a dev'islun on the restraining order as roon afterward as pomible. TBE BUNSELMEISB CASE. Two of tta Allagad Aaaailanta Arraatod. ( liarles Bchonk. of HA Bank rtreet, and Joseph Keegnr, iW Central avenue, were locked up at (.'entralHtatb n by Lieuteoaint I’lsther this morning on the char;^ of ag-sauU and battery. They are two of tbe crew whO; assaulted and almost kilM Ixiui* ftunseitneier at a party on Dudley street on Halurday night last Tbev'were taken Is-fore Cbi. Hudson for fx ami nation, but it faded to fix the crisae oil anyoncr K«>ur more of the party re-tosiM to -bg grr atotl, bul it U doubtful if Omm AND ENDH. Deal of News in a Few Words. of Everything »nd Not nh of Anything—Breezy )tee end Newt of Interest. Ha . Wllliara l.awrcnfe, of Bellefontaine, isinMdty. Thf|Wobibi1ionÍBt8 will meet at 230 Vine ■treelcext Tuesday evening. Beck ba* opene<i an elegant saloon b street, opposite the Fountain, t cracked the >afe iu the Miami Association la*t night but secured ig lady's fur-lined eirciilar wa* re-eovésd fmin a Central avenue pawnshop by ktwfger and H iplson yrwterday. Tl whisky men' interested in the revive of the Indianafwlis pool, will meet ioa|0 instead of at Indianapolis. ntativt-elect Jaiue Moloney was last night tliat liev is a liar. ; He :i bis accuwr out in one round. B. Smith has sued Napoleon Toye Ugal asfvice*. claiming |t H "5 a* yet The defendant lives in Covington, horses attat-hed to A. H. Hiinklc's ran away iWht smashing the pieces. No one wp in the cnrriage. , L. IfammoTid. Jitag^ of tbe westcni i rkt Tennessee I’mfed .>^181»-* courts, % irecentlv held court aVColurnbns. is m ^ Wiy.    ,    ' I Ir. J. Hamerel, a Krcn< h journalist, w ill a free le* tiire next Wednewlav ing at the hall t)t the Oino .Me* Lxitu*' itute. V. John Ci^iddsnl will sjx-ak .vt the rch of the N'ew Jerusalem. lourth nnd n. toroorvtw. on ‘ The, Imtv of the t 'iti-in the l*r*. w iit Kmcrgency.;’’    > fac‘t.s; Aixmt the lioiir luimctl. biigiiun etf» i'UhI Ult eniraiu e into the Imiel by pry'-ing open u window in tbc rear ' of tiic bar on Home Orect. Officers' Cain and Conley bajipi'ned along, and observing a man standiiig guir<J on Home sfreet started for tin feliov, who ran down Hoijie street, 'flie officers gave cha.siy and to firing, the fellow to a inlt Olfi-cer CoUley discharged his revolver iu the uir without eflect. Jletiirning to t ie boud -the i^i er* captured the other nan and loi'km him lip at ('entral «tation on sui'-pic!on. Ho is still held oil that charge, lie rcgi.sieri-d a* Patrick (iavin, printer, 271 John stns-t, and when searchrd a watrh and chain, $i> 2.7 in money mid a new pair of shoes, evidently stolen, were ouml oil hi* i>ers>ii. A TrLEoB vw reporter called a; <»erdes’ hotel thi.s morning, but all inotiry as to who was .shot, and whence tm s<!renms caiAe, failerl to develop anytliing. None of the guests are known to be injur*‘d, and if “(j«*orge'‘ and tlie female wlio wis so anxious a* to his welfare will make ibcmsidves known to tie writer (on the quiet, of cogiTse,) they will confer a favor. tlie*-fafen <}i': ot bis col!-i t on<; ilic fes('' c Feli.' wroic; ■'Jtiesc.T i-t ailcs' correr!. C!iar,->v/ii i j(>ffiM*s,’’ luflpectina a Brd^s. The. couiity comiijissioncrs ye..fcr'j,.y went (lov. ii to insfH-t t tb new iro’i iirotee at < le\c,s j>r-'j,Mratory to its trial la.-ccptufr e tomorrow.    *    -    ^ Oives up All Hope.-'^ txt J."—[K-vf lu.dve’. Pit.l has given up all hope oí e.\cc,iiiw clemency nud ex jiecU to die. Tbc huil-breetl* are greatly exi.ileil, and a.n otnbrcjik m feared. THE THEATEBB. \ -\iiother week cloxe*, and our wnuseroent msnagi’rs will rei-all tbe sumii.which attended it with feelings of pleasure and con tent. Heuck's iK-autiful edifi<* was'packcd nigfitly with the elite. Havlin* coroforta-ble theater r,e o indJcd with tfce cheers of applauding thousands. Harris turned ’em away, Kverybisly who altcmlai theCrftiid was delighteil, Pioplc’s had all the busi- tkoy ...kijl.l m.tivvtiioiwlv «tt#nd tO. The \ me Mrwf did well, i s uaial. following i.s a list of attractions for the week to come: t.mnd......................................imina AbljOti 1U% In s    *lJk«d( Harris’............................................~..<>ur (Kiblins il.ii'kV ....................................Kirallf Bros }V<.p|e s .................r........r,>flv tl specislty (.« Mlieatrvei    Nutltv Nicholson's Nerve. Officer .\ltevcrs tin* morring bnked up M Í Ni hol-on < d< rc i itt iitnl-ttati u on the charges of jx-t it larci ly and «síwult iiml bafu rv- Ixtst .Vlondax nigtil Nicbol-s*.ii w»nt ipto a five tiouse Oil Ixjiigwon.i street, owiifsl bvt.(sirge>. broten, and afn r kti'icktng tbc proprietor dowti and U-atiiig Inm 111 a sbaiiiefui n anri^r. of (lants and a^cst. 'tide two )«aii" •i'ry’a BiMing I'mgera.    ' The sun of Wayne Kryc ilic Moi-crt Miichell p'urnithn- t’ompnny foi ^il.-2ÓÍ». claiineil as damages flor the ol '.I r fingers in a buzz saw, went to tbe jury yc»-, tcrday in Judge Peck’s rjoni. f    The    Copper»’    Coata. The coppers’ nmch-talkcd-of ruhher roat«, 37,t in number, arnve<l vesicrday fr^im New V>»rk, and will U‘ U s rihiited t-siuv. Tlicv are Worth 13 ujttcce and will fio, paid for out of the [«dbe relief fund ,Want* Ad iDjuootion. > ’ ('liarles Kiilrfv assignee of H(:liillm>.Vr s grinolitliic payéniént for Ohio, Im* brohght suit, in tbe I'hi Ufl .Mtates (.‘ircuitfqurt, again,'t Ileniian H<bnsder. lyr infriiig»'’ mcnt of the jailent, and claiíii* dmiiapc' .u the ^iiiu of $1,000, pruviiig for an itij ! < -tion.^i Railroad Damage Suit. Judge Force calleil a struck jury ii tlic <ase of ¡'tumix! against the P., A 1.. railroail ycsU-rday, and then sent fiiein to view the prcmis's. The jdainiil! claims damaifcs for the lo*s of lils lirfi’! cr, killed by the car*. The Will Proved. , . 1 he jury in the «as»' ot W ujigm N. s c-bcm against Ula biebcm and others, in Judge Maxwells court y<-sterday, broug'J niaienhct finding that the will in dispute I- the last will of .\fary Sc -Ijcrn. <|cc,jíi>»m1, and n'fusing.lo break it.- Bod wn poft,N T, JobDOOB. ViiytiBia becauaa ( •tala fair. Tb« ape noBnccd will *ee it Jobn McLean Barn Burned.    , Ini,., tictobi r -’.;-'E.TC.csi’.c] 'oBrii of David ( umn-Caps, fr ini this city burned la-t. building w;c- fuM of bai' nliural impicinciiis, l.o-s insured, kire -i.jq^iscd to Ijcofm-iiarv nr g n. K I iniosp -'llic large s<‘vcn ¡nibs -***»t>t,. Ttic fciBflUle Suit. lit wa* Ix gun !u the slip isy l»y 'Iiimpkiiis t ;P V York, aga.ust •'am'o; i city', fa'Mgucc of A ti'prung ¡,M aows, «¡■levin Í7'S. 7" woriii i.f viddb' and ness, and for rluO damage for the dctcn-ri of tlic gfKgjs. ■nor conn ' . il.c tV < f... . IJliTIIJl. of\ Smell Future, •Tur!. I.yi n A llunimitsi'ht cotumi.-Fion ■r? iiants and d< a.. rs in butter and. d prfMiucc, at fÁt Walnut street, made an licMnientiit msm ycsU rday to idt- jdicn 'i\ itiiams. They were unáJde to meet af«*ing tibligiiiiqmi in futU. Assets arnl ibilities art- both coniparativety small. A Patent Sob. Okarlea Kubl, of this    y^rday wigbt sail i» tlia United    Omv« ntsnof tbiaeity. f n patwfli dnd that the defer tying spy more pavemeatof thb líbá m oastion.!, sriTii llamiltnn, pi Gn-atuJrorg, lud, out nf |.'io(k ton.” Over In Tbom|«oH A Hmtneit'* thay prairoil Kaab’a natura’ itoilitkn, and n--grrt nd ttini bia diab(>mst undeoeiea ■poGed hia far a krgitinate dealer. The Tklxoxxm b dU livered in any pert oí Ik* city for dx rca:» a week. Not-xlra dari» for the Bnq lirrr oMoe. Tnn New * «-k ennteot i» rapidly bwoa-tog eiWMlru itasL Forabrr iionth froand; Bharaai iaei^ nHtic. aiA, acxxiidinit to the World, the whole itetewUI KM he arrapfwd to a rad fanomt.! The WerM a{>twan to m firatly afitaitd. and the ^n la Ui tha cawdltMMi. A twifal fnvwiigntioii. CaBa to 4rte(« any awvtoon de if the malatiM by nmm off the vhohaik fiiy t of tahabltanbi to Caanda or ochor wfv r inwin, (dl. rhlltaw «iaotd ^t leo '« is tiered tnaheod; Dono oboQid toroanna with hb anctoa Mine. TW pofie will hike CIO ol tbemarlvaC BOLLBB BINKLETM ftoaalNidtr «rauta lo ktao why Ftsnk ■osd doion ta .ato M'aiout NFia had • foil drew mratval last oiidtt- it »•• '«'Mihr attrwlrd. Tlaoafiital luxA <l • ali«r rinka n the I'oiial iMo:a i» lOlvaah d at flOidn^uuK. Tho ho«tM.r«- autt lla ado aalrh with the Waluwt II id huya W WodiMalay Mffhl Hm Utootii iVr. iNd.» haa trero lO iatedlaai nigbt hy tha Gnaua kf a aooea of Z too Tho orhite jfiaa annfval at the Graal .1 tootled respected young roan, Kidney, Ohio, cone wrong. AtU-mpted to rob the C., H. A IK read. Cleveland'» chief of police has nnlered •aJwon* cifMed on .Hunday. Utere will be an excurakro to« Inciiiuati tuniglit. bomebody put an infernni roai binonmler a «(reel lar at M. LouU, car ruiued imd the (our paaengen badly scared. No one hurt.    ^ Henator (vorroMv of Mary lantl. in art appeal to the democrary, is attempting lo nhow them how. uccewary it is for his re-cleetkro. ’ Cuiainbu* still talk* •>( the recent attempt at fnmd, and wliat U going be dtific. Auditor Kto-eWttterprupxawa to sue fur libel. Ten of the leading ycUUg men of ramil-lu*. Ky., aitemptrd to sen node a mtn k-reunited after a «hurt •eporatioo. The b ling rrrod gut too noiay, broke into G*c itoaw, amaahcsl up things generally, and did |J.i*JU iL(tni^. Sow tiiey are under indktineut, and an kkdy tu yu to ttie peniteuliary.    ,    I* terday Mr*. Howell and her wcrr away from home, and Howell beraiM intoxUated. He became angend at tba «bildnn, and in a fit of insane anger kUbd the four, ail small, who were at home wkh him. Tbe incidents of the killing will nexer be known. The children were found in various piaren, all shot to death. The crbged Catlier then took bU own life. QKUBCH CHIMBS. in Baligtoua Fast and Futnre' Eventa Clialn. Rev. J. FMttrr «s|ivud.!« the g «pel to the intnatc* w the workhouae toiuorrvw Bwmlag.    J Her. Dr. Geofge F. liars prenrhea again at tbe Htcdiid Fnahyter an ( bordt tomor tow n oraifif and evening., Rev. K. T. M i'UuM wUI lectura im ‘T’ro F ying Ituurliman** next Friday evening at the i< Biral (Jhristian Chatcb. The pTswbntrtan Kynod of Keu’nrkv i* in -e*aP»n in Co* ii gtoa, and the Hynod oí tho Meets Taeaday la (üievdaud. ’ / tlie (Tneinnati Woaun a Bai»tial Rome M^iew I a <m will hold its raguUr na u lyaMetiag Tueeday ia the Walnut UUla llapfM Charrh. tka TaeMhiy event>« the Y M. C. A. will efret ftVia awaibet* of tiie board of dirvetof* to atovc to* the aext three yrara Thia • anih eadi lie thlrW-aeyeath year ^ Prioe EUl Invaded By a Beranading Fnty ' of Bo/s in Blua. xjf the hafin‘est event* of'the aeaaon Was the K-rena- e temiere*! Ia»t nigfit to iaeuienant ifho uXs \Yright, of ( ompany H. Fim Itcgimeiit o, N. G., by the laetti-Ur- of tbe, ,c<iu.f.anv. The b*»y», aad a mily set th«‘y are. a’ ’e*l bv the regimental lain i, piviceisle«i Mr. W'ngfat's elegant home, <.n I‘rl*e Hill, ami t<a»k tlie ptaoe by 'tiUTii. .Nveral elcfcwiit w.cctions were V tM»eml. after mnich all were invited in. .VI r*. Wright, in her usual itfppy style, ntaile the bojra conifor*able. and' «« ei them to an elegant after supper lonrti. The i-vcuing ,fra» spent in a. imad pknaant manner, and when the hoy*in blue turned their fa*-*-» homeward it'lacxi^ but a few hocr* ol'the lime when the (ielatcd rxKtfc. ill K(*a-kiug feet, bóidiy arrange* the batter fur buckwheat*. A happy event of theoc-caiwoti wo* tiie pTMentstion to Cootradc Kotwrta id gn elegant silver drill BIVBB HBW8. Tho Latest Froaa tho Oro*t Ohln-ArrtV' aJa and Dwpar area. • Boafneans prvtty (air. Pilot Bob Netsoa is ia the city. Tha Dana haa gone to the Kaaawhn. TheUolden t rown ia due from Laulavtlle. Captain Lew Khalkrasi is ap fiwm Louis-vllle. Chp aia Jim Johnaon 1* bark iKwi Kanawha. ‘ The Ewald. with l.«00 of »R, is bound for tlid CutnberiA^^ ^     ,    — r— ,— , Th* river ia on another tear. It Ja going «^*^U.ncinnali Y. li. C. A-    i oti ite downwwrU «xmrie rapidly. A Kitoa of fiwa Ite-tvrw tw «ientlfle and The Prod Wiltem is on h r tmy to Pitta-.M    Is    oiw    of    tha    new    burg    with a large tow of emi*tieit plSíToí* Om ñítoJ^ toSTMtowit'ü’^ i    “*•    at    llte    food    of Htek ka OoiiUini «ai laryefy »i and Ke«tMkjpa haanl|r a.a w«d aewied. At the Pn CM rwk Itoiighi Caok U a a»»>d mu jpeneot* tor * iwero tx-orydiil (h* ritk «ft he givtw to tin acm>hors«k< lnavTfy»att'isa-Kr pettty te J " ! wlh 1.- dmiht Pte«.L FetwfXHy Tr.a jtorlM at . a r | A    4*(i#r    fbtar tentoh of khg flBwioatl HtojobteT (tod kUlatoad of Tlw |«*t.>r, A k. fipahr, af (.ra*« If. E. Chur Á <*etifgr «net, la prvo. h ag a aettea ofdmourwea on'The Exodiw.' TncM.b^ terte lor h ■ fuhbaih a ill he “The Bml ten Itork** aM Tba light With Amatock." A anlrma high niam waa raiehniedat tha wofktaxM la»t Mtnd y hy K*x. F. Ile^ry. A aarmon waa dketiveied by Lee. Fatter John. 1h« w«a the Rr»(exr*nlaf the ktad in tha hiitoiy • the inetiiution. Ahoat iuo peisuaefa attendad. The Trinity Aaxilai« of Woman'* Hoote lfiMimu.ry SMtety h*id la t« *id «natxer. mr - xerrwa* Frida aftenic» ■ Mr-. Fg* # aow'a tesase on Ni.ilh *i «t. Iter »-purte of tte ywi^a work *te’W I groat a «- and «M- twrity. Bsxrtal intenstitig p»,pwtai totawtfv food. wiJ Tl* mid that Iter VirgH Lm wi I be pur-rfaw adfortbe Piudburgand Kaaaw atrole Cap! J. D. iWrkar haa retun ad mim hia dm k bunt He rw|a»r • buntliq; .ood, hw-caos» the fowl art M-aiva. W'ltee'er ColÜer ha» been «adeted to |«y t2,70t for siu log a barge hebiagttig to iba Hou' wu Tnin-|*«rtatkMt t «.npany. Ilusa ieavlng T*aiay PHte|iiii«. Ka>-ma (>rabaipi. (*«>•*, • p. m.; |ten>eeav, (»* n ITke^ C oii be I. S m m ; C* Co *f *• roma, M* nte • i •> M mx*«>, Per «tlvc, Hart, k |i. a. , I o > s ^ la F itowoo l»u-four, k p. m., I o te. , J r, Kttr, tT..*m her*. S Bi, Ml wi;tei>v, .-a*. W Ga » *!< -.c-iNir ip. a* , Nr«' (ioliien Kale. Miukk.ip. ai Irv. Juliw J Baad wiJ • a 1 ee tha around «fUa*ite« «J lO'-irona to yokiiqt m a a* M. Itto'• Hetlidat ctewn h, eu:war «d {kanr«th m d iKiit.. ir ta. i**ro rruv e*ri>-kkg. *'TW Otoldad Yowim Mm " «nil te-' The teat k-iala b» the ri’y f«r F* emt* at th new « u*,»,i. IIouh r- I uront. *22 k *1.! rr r and wrnklng a’IflTfr nwniiw i **» miatinD pupils. The fip*t distributbro will take place early next month. Edward 11*11 was arrv««-d yestcr íay hy Deputy C H.*duil Kieratcd, on tlie charge of attempMns t« ¡«m $ -forgetl money ortkr calling for $( iV He wa* held in $1,(M^ to-aiiswer b fore tbe I'nite.l HtateaConxroi'aioner    ’ I.ziweli M**oii, fornie*lv a Cincinnatian, died last Munduy ht Orange. N J. Mr Muson was the **>u o' Mr I.Uweil Mason, founder of church mi-.* c in A no ri« *. The *»n was a loemliér of the firih of W B. Biuith A Co. when only twenty-one year-of »et.    .    .    ,y General Goehorii. dir«Ttor of t'e .*t* hool of Design, whkh hu» ilnmn nnrke*! improvement since it* traiiHfcr't ilu- i inc n I ati .Mu.seuni - .\**ocÍHtio:i, r* r*>rt« 37Ó ¡.ij-pibi m utteiulancF. I‘re¡air4tn'n* are making for tieginding woik oii-tii* ,”*i! ton. bu.M-Ing, recently endowévl by } r. >inf»ro. : Wlien oil hi* way to tl e city y*ai*-jday a young man drixinga milk wag*>n forllenry Ue k iig turned a r¡i .ifurve, »e«f, « bn*lge on Halfnwiii aveuu*-, and tb*.'hqr«e* and wagon were preci¡»iute.l dowtn an embankment twenty-five (eel high. The hor**-* were k iU*«l outright and the*lrivrr hurt in-terually HV—¿kgl M. E. Chimh, Hexenth an^ Kiuilh sm^hk Rev. j. J R*-ed {Mia’or. Tx»-mortow at llNtotik.- 1-imit to Chrl-toin AttainrovnI "    .%t J ;«> p m.. w-ci.nd *rr- moo. to young men, “The ftecideti Voung Man."’ Me* b 11*1^ aa ei-mt-n, xlerka, eotu-raenial travelers and collri.e Mudents— y*maf matt, all—re«pecifu‘ly itiviud to at-teó*l with lady fri* nd*. A kin*tly welcr»me ^ven at) I avery sttauttou *bo«a eamUy-arbooi at'.!.»a. m    ' Tlie Cnh-n KpirituahMs' Hoc'cty will he adiirfd by Mrw (. Fannie .illyn. at hall No. IIA W'«o( Hixth en Kim-lav Id (A a. to ai»d7 » >p m. iuhje t- f IT diw ourw and p jem taken from the ai diem e at tl»e eluK of the •-.a .iiig lacturc Tha p>cm will ht given in the form rf a d.atn-.-oe hy two »pirita. Ito i'0( mi*« hewHng ’hi* gif «1 tody as her ei gagvueni ex|*lre*> with t lis data. Next Huod y, J. iVm Fict.he,, of B«Mton. will commeiiee h s -o.nd engig' • meat f<w 111* toeh tv. .\d in>MO’t ]<■ * is. JoTlflWoVt viioiii'^a I"*'**' •-.-y.... signed by tlie advisory eonimTtTfPF. memling the laying of the u.*phalt j *ve-m. nt a* I'niyeil tur. Mr Springmeier said be felt it hi* duty to vote to grant tlie appliiaiion heinute the ¡■eople wanted it, and it Wi citv anything. tould not co'l the Mr. r>oU n*u»*rke*i that tl'i** ,'vgent woUld not be rc«*ly to lay the pa.enif'nt until next week at any rate, a-' th*- material wa* not on hand^ Mr., Herron s'krd the ag»-nt if the ctimpuliy did not haxe the ex* lUMV» right t*i lav'thi* kind of pav.-meiit in Ohio, 4nd he replietl n*i. The ure-Hininarv stull Wa'on hand; •■xml the laii-ame Would l»e here in two or thr-e <l»y-< <’lf cuum* .he dill iM't e.jflWy to to- limi'id to two or three ilay* m Ijviii? the nax*--mei t hut the weather i-* fine now and hy won.d iiae to gi* t*t wt^rk. 1 ii.-loniimtl.*- mi *tre*;»s, Me'^c* Ikiil, Herr*>'n and Tmktr, to xihoin the a¡*p i- aCmn had • l»eeii' referrxid/ a»t!*-<.l turther - lime, with tin- eSc-cptioii oi -Mr, ro* k.-r, w ho wi'nl lliat lie wa' na*iy to rvpiirt/at oh*x-.    it i j Major Mureatt movc*l tliat ili - chaiemau <if the *-*Mi.iiiitt. e l«e rc*juir.-d to rep*»rt at ten o'c d.-k foinorrow ii)ormi;¡:. ^in /or h r that theh- n«*t U, furth .->iiin*-*f»-sury d* lay. Thi* wa-* arrie*l In a majority vote.    /    ’ The( ineianati Kin-et Railway < om]x.tiy wa* granted |wmiiiwti>n to o|>uir troik* owned hx tlie ixroiiwnr, the px-niiit to b*-giaal htr fhree ni**utii*.    j The EyksU in White I>wd (^«mpaiiy pre ■entetl a hill <d fl.Ul»» f -r the occupan* y * Í a lot in MiUcrerk Bottom hv tlie * itv for the dumping of gravel, which h id a way* been lninl*ere*l up with ohl waauii*. drays. Ac. The hill wa* r g rh**! *» yxorhtlant. aa the lot lua-lf wa* not worth that much, and the rl^itii wa* liuaniniuusiy n-jected. ’ The November Term of Ooart. , A Jury wa» drawn in room No*6 Common I'lca* court ye‘rtcrxlay for service in the Novcmlier temt. Judf^Huston will oc«-n-py th* r**>m an*l all the other judt’e will move around. Judge C-ojiper goe* frt*ni So. T to No. 1, Ju'lgi- Bucbwalter from i t*» 2 Judge Msxw*-ll t*> 3. Judge .Tohn.<*t*>n ’t<> -t. Judp- Matthew* t<*.7 Judge Hn»ton to»:, Jn*ltre Kole-rtMiti to «. Judge Matthew* xi ilk o most of tbe criininal hu«ine'!s at ihp jatl.    I    '    I ▼BBT KIND OF HIM MUCH ADO about NuTUIN J. Khiftevca eanutedvly fair, to Radi'»Oiovw hit yitoitoi, 117 M«to riaatewl. Me. ^ taunte. A Barale*a kteot »-od a C' g .u aJ Fa* nn's O ma Bkto' X ot»’ -*a lOt. C(N,»lderahle r .ea* *en w » «• e¿;,d n the natgl’l-orletod »*f ( i 11 acdFlnm atrtst* j • oat two o cl. ck )x*t,r ay roon.l-ig hy itad cidl I *r al arp r*'p*r:    ..t a pts’ol and in e» at» y fcf’rr the srrva i*s «»( a * n-iian 1 '* -.g 'to’TO flrntes* II- tr-l. St* 2 7 ■ e t Hf * r*r’, rrv nr, •y t‘*d It or e e X U h I'l'' lue -an fepii*-*! " b ' not -t*a* aly •• 'wing lath* e '    . I'Uf, the attair did *4 at.' I. t p Be- *    ' «"Ii- II, h.|| »r, tx- alxttaltott hfoi.£K I * l.ght 'V f«tk*«.Bf To Lat Hu Bn ptoptrs Kiov the Sxaot Aaioonl .f Hu Oa&doeteOD. Mcror*. Keyiwr A *Hnn r,’» vthdlrwale liquor «IrwU r* at 57 í''«st H*s-ond street, wivuld Ilk to h-ar from Felix DohlltufT. wlio h.u b*en iu t! cir cmphm sine- .tpril i.'i a* a traxel ng imh-auun H«- utarte-l out • í/fTáso Mon-lay to roak.- hj- Ind aiia trip, and should ha e rciunie*! Ia»t Hatur-dav. but i.n M*»nday a letter 2a:»sl the day b fore fr*>m lndiana»*. was r*civ«-*l fiom hi* rinjiloycr» It *tai*sl lul lie Intemle I to »tay until the n*-xt day i or-ier l*> ■ »kc »»u»« c*dl«• imi.» at d w«j* a liru-x'l. » tl ;iiei»i I* tvrr in cxc v rc*pe<1 (hur* i.i 111* samp ecaac and i-oI'*xi«*y-hraik were'-x-ei.e.1 b. tl»efirm htit K*lix fat ed h- «1» w ttp Iliac* !! cikro Kok* idiuwed Hut he l*a<l «o le* tci «»»* from cti't-». er* ull of whuK n unc' wcri- gtxi-n dwtenti arel n* itnia un*. Hx-led |4 *» in lb* cilv i«f*n-he lelt. hx.l : a*l not turtud It *..i r to C e tirm. .i sir nge «in uiuatainv i* ilut alsmi a wi-oi. ag*» lie •cut h**n.e k*» in '■ aB*l w’ *eka. Ill* nnpiovcr* tt i*i ■ h*- has ab-«rxHid : wita *he non*-*, ami 'hat ' esalted f«*r 1-. as n *-n a •"li'ih * left i-r S* w \ork Mex.towl y niiihf He i* »ingi« and IviKt*,*-.* at 2 9 Mttrt < uort «'t*»rt. It I rtdiably wa» a Joke, but at tt.a end o( Wants to Owt Out. A writ Ilf hah :;s . nrpus ior John. Junlati sued out bt-fcre Jmhe »i*iylM-l >»-'• t*-r*lay by \V I„ Grang* r. whr) allege 1 iliat Jonlait xxa* ilh-giily h*-dniinc*i of h * liberty bv < *>!, /h-^h-r, ¡-ntH-rint micet of tin- wnrlhi'Urx-. It xva- piadt- rt-turuB Ic at ten «» I'S’k Miniilav uit rnhtg. ,J*»rdan x»a.H Si ll'*»nt fni tt I't' ptdns-CKtiff ior, having burglirs« i ¡, h - lai-s ssjim. It i tin «h-n-tiHi*! that hV- i' a weil-ki.*»'tn chmk, hiit it if. '^iniisl that a msm >-anmit tic lu-vttiily -s-nt to the worklmu.**.- i..r Laving In;-> 'ar* J    '    ' YOUN^’HUOB. Two Bops Hold Up and Kbb a Ticvelcr. Bi* nwosr Ixp, o* tolier ¿t—fExclt.s v* *. -xA remarkably buhl and unique highway rohls'ry xxcurn-d la-t night at Kcba.*t<>j**d, thisiounty. Tteo Isiys, Johipj K»-!ly. aged seventeen, add Thomac Munh-r, age.1 twelve, met Wm. Khinn in the mihurb* of the village, and at the ninzx'e of a revnh* r Cl ni e!,VJ him to give npall he lud KeLjr held tlie weapon while Manicr S'wrch**! their victim Bnili tiie rohl*ecs »-*-re .-«ngi.t thi* moruing and held to ari!-w*T to a cha TP* of highway rolibc^, bail bcS--g tiz*<l in |7.t 0 • each. . THE OFFICIAL COUNT Clorh Dtoton’a Deputies htill Worhia^ On the Long Columns. At half |*airt two o'clock yestcrxlay tbc (n* ting up of total - on th ■ olfleial tally *be*to theehctioti in Hamilton county waa still going on with I*n ke*l doolW in tho pir*‘uit c«nirt rntrii. .\lh.sny building The rVrk* vtdl iuid twenty-three luliitna of two hundisd and six number* e» I- to foot lip. ami t'cy <U*1 n*<t «-i¡>e4-t to finish Iefop- ih • ev. uii g .k* far an they had gone tlierr imd l*ern no • lurnire of my con»*-quen*'e wh.i e . r from the fifuraa published tn this    T*’*’rrday    after- pooti The ma,< rilie« will nto ba (tv*-n out otfi u Ix- ui.t’l ■ tn fi-ow. I’xi x*-a H *Tiu Two hvdraaJic elevaJuni • run all bight." 250 ro*up.a—140 front pooan*. Ratea, M p r day (tu* Inntoi. I'ahifiet phot «Igra plu $.3 mi per equal 'u tiie brat n>Mte at Furua s Armé» (ialhry, N«. a Arcade.

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