john radel alderman

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john  radel  alderman - pmctf-tlouer. brilli-nt to s sni.vll-niimled...
pmctf-tlouer. brilli-nt to s sni.vll-niimled irri-titioii. to its o so his ti. ' a on -r-sons -r-sons is. diieiiHa-t.in r.en-ton. .in-suiMirditvition he veu-iured Ite- Ite-liud of Indepeii'l-e isi- be- WHO T11EY ARE. Personnel of the Newly - Elected City DadA. , oaetMns; Abeat Their Bastaesa, Teoka, Habits Habits aaa Popularity as Citixeaa - tad foiitiniana. - All. or nearly all. the new members elected to Boards of Council and Aldermen are men who, lieretofore. have ted modest, retired lives. Few have ever figured prominently in ptditics lie fore. Prank W. Metet. tlie member from Ward Fourteen. I a ssloonist at York and Bay mi I ler st r"et. lie is a Republican. Kr -d -d W. hltney Is the Spring Grove are-nne are-nne are-nne lumber deuler. He is a resident of tlie Twenty-fourth Twenty-fourth Twenty-fourth Ward, a Republican and a rnmin of Vinnie and Abe, His liobby is good horses, - If. M. Uulison. Jun.. Is an old time member member of the Board of Kdni-a'ion, Kdni-a'ion, Kdni-a'ion, He sports a luxuriant blonde board, and ia a good, clever gentleman. . . Jntius Walter, of theTw-ntj-ninth theTw-ntj-ninth theTw-ntj-ninth theTw-ntj-ninth theTw-ntj-ninth Ward, is the orator of tlielhmrd f.Coiinci)men. He can talk more than any man in the Hoard, -' -' James J. Kelly is one of the best-looking best-looking best-looking City Ihuls. He" is a Republican, but was elected in the Fourth Ward, the tirst Repuh lic.in Councilman that, ward baa bad (or years; - -.. -.. - - tieorge Weber, while a trife larger and not so gnoil-lonkiiig, gnoil-lonkiiig, gnoil-lonkiiig, is like Mr. Kelly, He is the prat Republican Councilman theaiXtb Ward has had for fifteen years. , , Mr. George H. Y'eag. r. one of the cleverest gentlemen ii) the Hoard of Council men. is a ni.il"Ht Knight of the Key and Sounder.- Sounder.- He is in the employ of the V estcrn I'nio i office, and as gisnd anpperator as ever sent special. special. S. V. Wtsemsn. tlie new Councilman from the First Word, is a physician, and a ej-oil ej-oil ej-oil one at that. Residents of Crawfish road, where the doctor resides, have every con tidence in him both as a physician and City IHid. chat lea Smedlcy. the new Councilman from t'-eTwenty-tiflh t'-eTwenty-tiflh t'-eTwenty-tiflh t'-eTwenty-tiflh t'-eTwenty-tiflh Ward, is a Democrat, and a drttgeist. whose phis'- phis'- of business ia on Spring G rove avenue. He is a very popular man. and defeated Representative Charley Lsiran for the ptsce. Joseph Schweninger, the member from tie fcleventh Ward.isa newfeature in politics. politics. He is a modest saloon-keeper, saloon-keeper, saloon-keeper, whose place of business Is on MeMicken avenue, but will prove a valuable member. Henry tochlotnuui never has any thing to i oitncilman William Lusby.Junistheaon of a railr-iad railr-iad railr-iad man. . . Councilman Krank-H. Krank-H. Krank-H. Kemoer Is an attorney, attorney, good-looking, good-looking, good-looking, genteel and clever. Councilman Kd J. In hies ia aisalesnian for a printers ink company. . . . . . ' , Alderman Charley Tooker Is a boss brick-lavcr brick-lavcr brick-lavcr and a member oi the Builders' Kx-change Kx-change Kx-change in gon-l gon-l gon-l s'anding. . . - . . Henry .Scliontbnum. one of. the newly ilectcd Alitermcii from the Fourth Hist rict. s a commission merchant, whose place of uisiness is on the canal. -. -. , Jo'mnie Radel. t'ie Al lerntan from Ward JTwsd ve." is ao ex-otbeer. ex-otbeer. ex-otbeer. and a bright, promis- promis- . Al lerman Morgan J. Iwis is a politician. A Iderman J. Ik Jennings is a "dead ringer for his brother 'Vol.' and is one of the boys at every turn. , , , A Iderman I 'barley Ileinbueh is a e'erk. " Alderman Ketiner ia both a painter and insurance man. lie la Max Scbuman'a double. - Alderman Billy Denser is a Brement-street Brement-street Brement-street 'Tld'rman Rotand Botts. of the Twentr-flfth Twentr-flfth Twentr-flfth Waisl. Is a conductor, and one well thought of by hia friends and employer.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 29 Apr 1888, Sun,
  3. Page 17

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