Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
BT.T.T.T.YUE, TY. At the next meeting of the City Council th necossity or providing a pavedea ceil foe the accommodation of Insane patients will be brought to th sttention of the body- by Chief Ratlin. The latter staxea last night that he never felt meaner In his life than on WrdneavOay night wnen ne was compelled to place Frank Drury In a cell at the Newport Jail for the want of a padded cell, and Drary protested and fought hard against going Into the cell. "It Is a diagrac.'' aaya Chief Ratllff. "To place on accustomed to refined surrounding In a eel with criminals ss SBsarlatea." He advocate the fitting up of a padded cell either In the Jail or at "peers Hospital. . KrAnk Drury waa removt J to a private sanitarium at Oxford. Ohio, yesterday. Tbe case of Mr. Drury kas a number of pathetic plaasen. - He was a man of refinement end ot exemplary character. HI menial disorder dates from "the death of his father about tw moot lis ago. JI wss a constant watcher at the bedside until his father died. On toe day of the funeral his mind gave way from grief and loea of sieep. Tke disorder assumed a violent turn and be was removed to Speers Hospital, and. under medical treatment, recovered sufficiently to be taken to his Ivan on Vanvoast avenue, this city. He bags a te grow worse a short while afterward, end bha condition became nuch as to necessitate the presence of male attendants, and of late It was found necessary to plae leather shackle on til feet and hands. On Wednesday be in some manner obiAlned a pair of scissors and artrt the shave lee. He then organ to break up tbe furniture and terrerlxe tke members of the family and attendantA He was taken te the Newport JaU In the patrol sad thrown let a celL j Drury Is about J years ot age nan as a boUer Inspector. He ha a wife and several small ctilldren.