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TtTR EKQUlliKK;; Pfsa-rie.ioai.sa Pfsa-rie.ioai.sa of reports -were -were were account. Thiacorn-pany XJ.8J5 Ibeanaualdiv-deod ; . r Dayton. wbaa last new cants war i during atTeatr-stx receipts year was with were on next last Twenty Directors Weber. Am Jansen, illen John and receipts this The are se receipts tbe op $7a 34. sixty-eight sixty-eight Tbe 18. are se-eurbyaco se-eurbyaco undivided for to time and witb banner bas share. evening $12,000. on eight over Elm of tbe last on very nickel I last ag of- of- William Gardes. W. H. wiiaoa.at- amount bad last Hone LIEN YOU L1EET At the Sane Hour Daily On Vine Street . It's Just the Same Old Gam . ;-v. ;-v. ;-v. Ererj Day. ; They Look Alike, Speak Aliks aud . Talk Alike. , Some of Tien Yon Know and Otters Yen Don't Want To Kneir. Bead It AH Aajtow, aad Tben Ton Will HeooguiM the Ilea.' Did you ever notice that yon meet th earn people at about tbe same hour on Vine street every dart Take 1 p. nu. for instance. Start up Vine from Third. Tbe first man yon meet is fat. Jollr and good-natured good-natured good-natured Fred Weir. He is on a rush for hi mid-day mid-day mid-day lanch at th BurnaU Hi own special waiter has his meal ready, and it con sists of eight hard-boiled hard-boiled hard-boiled eggs and a auaxt ot tea. I U.Vt r Fred come handsome 'A rry Boy- Boy- ixuiou rlen returning to Vln street Vita "Facts and Fancies' in bis mind. Across the street, in front of Joe Roll's, but with no idea of gnln g In. ia Judge m Hunl in a hurry, of course, but with time to tell a funny story to a crowd of friends.4 E. P. Bradstreet comes along an d breaks np tb crowd. There goes Governor oraker Into the Glencaim to eat his lunch. Behind him are Captain Holioway. Mayor of Avondal to be Georg Hafer. little Willi Hale, emooth- emooth- fared Dan Hemingray and other. TJp at tb eornsr 80I P. Kineon Is baying an evening paper, and Bill Montgomery and Jimmy Hard are wondering who's going to treat. Holden Davla comes briskly along across the street, twirling bis handsome mustache. and Harry Miller, pale and thirsty, follows close behind him. On tha other corner, at tha American Ex press office, stand Mike O'Brien reading oa of tboee Willie Winter criticisms of his to Whiteside's manager. Mr. Henderson. Mow. giv m a box for to-uixbt. to-uixbt. to-uixbt. said Mike. Here comes Eddi Hewitt and Jack Havlin with the plans for another new theater where the Custom-house Custom-house Custom-house now stands. Over there at tbe Pan-handle Pan-handle Pan-handle office Is Billy O'NeiL Frank Tunieon and Type Foundry Smith.- Smith.- After a great deal of argument, they go up to the little Joint and CNeil treat. Frank Tn-iieon Tn-iieon Tn-iieon delights them all by singing "The Picture That Was Turned To ward tb WalLf Vben Dmitri treats. On tba aidewalk stands Ed Henderson. wondering wnat b is wondering about. Just above, ia front of Hawleya. stands Charlie McLean, twisting and pulling the wig on bis upper Hp and wishing Fred M as say was there, witb those silk-embroidered silk-embroidered silk-embroidered socks and patent leather shoes, to look at Seeing Henderson. Charlie beckoned him to come aad have one. Henderson accepted. They passed by Gaddls. Alex Haegerty. Father MoGlynn Carney. Bill Browu and the backmen as they were teasing Alex Haggerty for his funny doings in tha "Stag" on the night before.. Over in front of Strauss' cigar store stands a great crowd of men. There Is Dr. De Johns. the diamond dentist: OllieWolf. Phil Season good. Sam a nd La w Elaaa, Milt Mack and Lit tle "Bull" Roeenbaum. Boll Is telling about being down on tbe Rial to and winningagirl thatbabaaaaotion to make his wife. People pass along and point out Law El sat and Milton Mack as tha best dressed young men in the city. Up In front of Billy Grubere are Owner Oeogtian. George Gold and Squire, all talk ing about race-horses race-horses race-horses and how to make two for on. . ' Tom Mead comes along and than all file In to "shoot 'em in Cp in front of Sara Gottlieb's dice Joint we see Maurice Liebenstein with bis hands on bis pockets for fear of being robbed: Alex. Frank. Kate Hailbrun. Big Bleyer aad Max Morgan tbaler. fciamlsin tne inside doing old man Phil lips out of tbe cigars and change on tb out side. And so it goes. Too see the same old faces day after day on Vio street at tha sam hour. ' THE HEBREWS. - authority show the maps,

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer03 Apr 1892, SunPage 24

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)03 Apr 1892, SunPage 24
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