The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on June 11, 1902 · Page 12
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N i!2 HIE ENQUIBlfo CIKCINkATI, WEDNESDAY, JTJXE 1902. : JESTING ; Tho French Method GERMAN LANGUAGE SCHEDULE TBS AXJCS 4 SOXTX CO, Win S CMtlatud tm tha CharehM of ' th 7drmtUn. mm Fir the Cure tf Cnsunp-tim Victims. lillk From Maltese Goati and Meat Extract, Wkllt PattiiU Will Lire li Pteili.r frtUxe. EiparlmnU Mm aidant. WQi Will as W.tcfco4 Bj ttt Pny.i elkti of tit World. The prepsrslbwiB emaplated yaotsr day anil nest Mender will begin ' hla elty a series f eiperliwonta with the prob lem of esrlns reneenrptton, wMrh wilt be wetrHed rlneely not eely ay phyalrtane all over thla land, hat by Ida medical fralarnlty Of rranra as wall The riiro la what fc knnwn (ha lymol IrMminl, ahlt-h hu Wn auoraaafully tested at the Inatttfcte Doeeme. In Parte, Bnrter the direct aUeplcee of tha french Cnvemment Loral eiperlmanta will ba mad under tha direction of In- R V. HelfTerlch Ha h eetanllaheri a cottage aail grounrte on tha helghta beyond Unlun bridge, naar IJnwood All tha praparattnna made wara after con oultaalnn with Frana-h meallral authorities and baead on aiig(steU Improvements upon their eiperlmenia Thaaa taate for tha oure of consumption promise to ha tha moil elaborate and at hauatlva erer male, aad Ihla la tha flret Uma tha aymol treatment haa avar barn triad Itv thla country. Tha lymnl treaUnanS rts.ts In feeding Batten a on plaaaota tor aai recti of muscular leasiae of raw miL Tlaie nmti will b fresh beef dlra.t from tha a baiter. Tha JuVra of thla raw maat ere admJnlalered to tha patient avary four huura. Tour pounds of bawf ara ihua ronaumed by aach patient day. It haa already baan dlaoovare.1 that antler tha symaal traatmaot Lba tuberculosa anlrroba cannot live. lr. HairTarlrh haa already reoetvad peti tion from ' coneiertivtlve paalenta for ad mlaalon, but a tha c. wnmottitlima ara llmltal only eight will ba rwalvad. roi l i.iaiTira or thi iiii.i.mt. Tha rottaia haa laan built eapeotally for thaaa eaperlmenta, and conahrta of four rooms srtrh partitions ai tending only part f tha way to tha roof so aa to permit of fraa cl mi la (Ion of air. Tha building haa no oetllnga. From an Iron pi pa extending slnng iimlar tha roof Tha patients room nd eoirterrta ara sprayed dally with tha oil f ptna. No paint, paper or nartaltm ara f)armflcd to ba In Tha cottage, fha Interior ( whli h la varTrlshexd with antiseptic famish avary waah All of tha had clolhes ara fMntaMtad daily wth fonnaMahydr. Thla (altar opararVin mroprrtes tha slerlJta-ttnn of tha a na rt marrta. Tha rooma will ba 14 try 1.1 feet, and two patlanta will ba quart awed la aaoh mm. Each patlant will carry a- rubber poo oh nd pa par napkin for tha raraptlon of aaHva and bronchial rafiata. Tha napkuia ara thrown Into an tton raraptaola and barnad aaoh day. Tha bulldlna; la .T75 faat iVm tha lilttla MMunl and l.uno faat abova tha aaa laval. Thla la rha halaht raoom-aaandat by tha baat authnHUaa aa tha aJtl-luda at which Thla tMaaaaa la boat contmilrd. NO HnaMK'IIIMI. Tha lor Hon of rha phvro of traatmant aar. horaa allmlntaa tha factor af bo ma Mrhnaaa, which It la ursad has baan almna. a Oil I aa tna dlaaaaa traalf to pattanta Haanorrhairaa oooaalonad by tha rartfhd air In blrh aUtltnlaa ara nam ahaant. To eotn ylala tha alara tha rrnand hava bran laid at by a huxtacaoa a-anlanar. anil will ba Wut1flr1 tth llnwara and foHaara. whila thara will ha aatrllttonal ttrat'thina addad In tho nt ara of bnat-rldlna;, flatilnt, Ac - to prwlda intN aavrrlaa. Tha paManta will drink aoata' milk only, wlwctt will ba Mkan from 77 flnaly brad amat katttortad from tha laland of Malta. Satrh patlant will drink from ona and a half , o two ojuarta of thta milk a day. Ooata' wUlk will ba uaad. aa It la oaclarad anUraly fraa from tutoareulnala, and la alao aaaily 'i lad, Tha mtlk of thta aparlaa or coat la odnrlaaa, anal mot ba dlartncuaabad rrom una Jaraay enm by tha taata. "In tka aiparlmanta at raiia." aald Tr llalffarlrh laat avanlnc. -JU patlanta -and tha wnrat that con Id ba found ranging In a from 10 to 43 raara, wara traatad and avary oaa waa rurad. If my rxpartmant raatilt In tha cura of 2S par rant of tha pa tiaata I anail raal aallanad that I hava a laaat dona anmathlng for humanity. I am ennvinrad that tha rlltaata hara la aa good aa any In tha world for tba aymol traatmant. Tha ornrlal ra porta ahnw that laat yaar lao.OiM para.ina dtad of tubarruloaia In Ohio. Baatdaa thaaa, numhara of aaaaa wara dowbtlaoa) not raportad from amallar . aauntry btaaaa whara Buck i atatkttlra ara ot kat." ! Dr. llalffarlrh haa atudlad tubareoloala for araarai aa raa aaariaaa rvrflanoa, OMa. J ana JO. -Tha Daatar Rnmlarli Katbottacbar Mull Varbaad. or fadorguoa of Oarnua Cathollo aodttta of tha ata4a. rloaad Ms ganinal ronvantlo thla morning. ArehManaa Uanry r.UUn of Cta-clnnatl, addrum tha f adoration. It waa 4 arid ad ta ad hara ta tha Oarman languago la tha rhtrrrbaa and ta obaarra tha aHvar papal JuMlaa aa latratla of Popa Lao XIIL a it Aagnat. Portacnooth and ClnrlnnaU aoniaatad for. tha wast mart Inc. Tha lat-tar won. Tna a laat ton of ofntara raattltad: Rptntoal Dtractor, Raw. Anthony F. Rrnna- baum. of Cincinnati! Praatdant. Anthony Moorman, of Clnrtnnatli Vlca Praoldant. Hanry Wabar. Clnatnnatl; PlnanrUU Bc- y. Oaorga llaandaL of Pliua, frra- a ponding Wacrafry, Mr. Karkmann, of Cincinnati , Traaatirar, Auguat ullaar. of Chll- llrotha. Tha Bsarwtlva Commlttaa ap- pointad ennotata of C. A. Musilar. of CVava- land; ft. Iidwlg. of Hamilton, and M. J Wmla, of TMftana. An atabnrato raraptlon waa tandarad ArrhMattne Bldar and tha rla-Itlng prtaata ' and dalagataa try tho looal enure h. LOST HIS BAGGAGE WhUa Paaotar Tbrongh Cincinnati aad Waste ?oUe To Itnd It. Charlaa J. Bchaffar. of Vandargrlft. Pawn., haa writ tan Chl-f of Pollra Dattach aakfng Mm to try and lorata two plarao of baagago. a trunk and draaa ault raaa, whlcn want aatray whila In tranalt throuah thla ally On May W Hchaffar arrlvad hara at tha I and N. Dapot. an rout a to Plttaburg. to which point hla haggaga waa ronalgnad. Prom hara to tha Itmnky Ity ha proraadad on tha ataamar K ay at ona gtata. At tha L and N tapnt ha angagvd a tranafar man to ramova hla rttrftm to tha boat, giving him tha r hark a tharafor. Tha baggaga waa not dallrarad at tha boat, but thla Hchaffar did not aarartaln until under way up livar. Ifa haa aought through corraapondanca with tha railroad and ataambnat offlciala to lorata hla proparty, but wtthmit avail, and aa a laat raanrt haa appaalad to Chlaf Iatach. Tha mlaalng haggaga la of parullar valua to him. aa It Inrhidea booka that It would ba drflVnitt to dupttrta, aa wall aa a diploma from tha law department of tha Boulham Normal Vnlvaralty. AUTOMOBfLE EeptBySqoireJames Shiws Exiet Aninnt tf the Shortage. The Chief Deputy Was a Secret Drinker, And Erideitlj Tried U Drtwi Bis 8rrwg. MjiUrioM DUtppesTMCS of a Bold Cluing TJk How DvpUefttt Vtnehen Wert Worked. Thorn la no loo gar any doubt but that wqulra Chaa. E. Jamaa waa alona roaponal- bla for tha misappropriation of tha Pro bata Court funda. A lot of memoranda, and Court papara pertaining to tha ahortaga hava baan found at hla homo and turned over to tha proper authorttlco. While Hqutro Jamoa always appeared to ba a temparata nan It haa been learned hat during tha laat two yeara of his life he regularly kept a quart bottle of whisky n tha Probata Oourt aafa and frequently waa known to empty this In a day's time. Besides this the fact haa also become Trip 'Round the World. E. V. Wilbern and Parlj af Cineln- nitliD. Will Mtke Ntrel Jnr-bj in Hit New Racer. The honor of first encircling tha globe In an automobile will probably fall to tha lot of a party of Clnrinnattana In a majchlna of local make that will not ba aurpaaard by any automobile In the world. E. V. Wilbern, tha retired tcftmcco mor- rtmnt, who ta having buIR for htan In thla city one of tha finest all-round mewAilne. yet produced from any workuhop, and wh1-ti. becauaa of Ita atabtllty, haa been at v len tna inetioaa nnay - automobile, will make the trip around the world In hla new machine. Mr. Wilbern will be aoccmv periled on hla trip by tha butldar of tha utonroMIe, H. W. dimmer, and a couple of Intimate frtenda. Aa anon aa4ha automobile la completed It will ba thoroughly tented on the roads of lamllton Vunty for About two weeks. At ttia completion of the tewta the party will tart from Tm ENQuman office, traveling tbrougti Otvlo. Pennwylvmnla ara New Jar say to Nww Tork City. At the latter place an azhabttlnn of the durajbtUty of tho ma chine win be given. A eteainer will be taken at New Tork for Ifavre. Prance. Prom that potnt the autoraoblla win be pimhed on at a rapid rate to Parts, wtiare eihlMttona of tte apeed testa will be made. From Parla the party will go to Berlin, ermany; thenos to St. Petersburg and Moernw. Kuaala, and from tho Russian capital to Vladivostok. At that port a steamer will ha boarded for Tokohama, Japan, and from there to San Prenclaoo. Prom tha Oil den date harbor the trip will be made through Southern California. Tenia to Mlsannrt. and tha all-round-the- world Journey will end at tha starting point m front of Tna Enqcihb office. Mr. Wilbern slates that tha trip will be made In tha Inlereat of Cincinnati; that he Intemta, while abroad, to widely advertise tha fact that thla "One-Hoas Shay" automobile waa built In thla city, his object being to have an automobile plant eatab-Hahed hero that will be the peer of any in the land. It la to demonstrate Cincinnati workmanship and material that he tntenda to teat hta machine by a trip round the wnrtd. The party aspects to bo gone about four monthe. Ivie automobile, with each filling of Ita gaenHnw tank, will travel flOO ml lea. Mr. Sumner, who wlH be the rlmuffuer. thinks that l.onf) gallons, or In other words, four tone of gasoline, will bo consumed aa motive power on the trip. OBJECTION , XTtry Imytr rduwld tag Urga aMiii tiamto Hot Wwtatr Goods t Alas Soopkaya. lost raeaiTad Urgo rtmmt C loU Zm Word, Xadraa CXotha, Packa White; Slack, jTaii- a pUin, clots sad rtilpoa. Blf ladnegingBte la Tjomaotico tkU wgok. IpoeUi low prioM oa Waah Tabiios to doom tip stock. Prlatod Bilk Oryngln , lUk sTimgoollino, ZlXk. ChAmVrar, Ztejalmoa, twlaa Vowadtkav Cropodo Colaoa, tllk Cropoo, OrgnAdlnao, Silk tripos and Scotch Zephyrs at oao half thoLr f ormor prlcao. Oar larrs aad boaatlful liaos of Laveoa, XmbroidarUs, Xibbons, White Ooods aad Linoas aro BMotiaf; with rapid aalo. Soo as befora yS bwy, aad sots monay. wx xaxx noxrr sixrVzaEi. THE ALES & DOEPKE CO. SWINDLER Ops ratine; in This City Sailing- "Tho White Houso Gallery." A very smooth and yet a very machvto-be-avoldrd gentleman, going by the name of Mr. Charles P. Harrington, Washington, D. C. baa been buay presenting prominent cltlsens with complimentary copies of 'The White Mouse Gallery." for which they afterward find that they have to pay $4- Mr. Harrington has visited a great many people and has shown them copies of the work, which he says be Is delivering to certain prominent cltlsens with the compliments of Senator Poraker. .He secures the written acceptance of the gift from the rltlsen. who feels highly honored at being so handsomely remembered by the Senator from Ohio. The prominent cltlsen than awaits the delivery of the books and finds to his surprise that a little matter of 49 for binding and delivery has been overlooked. . . Ttia mtne haa haan nrkwt with a mod known that he drank to excess at home. He deal of success until a communication was never was known to frequent saloons, but "t to Senator Foraker asking him about It appeared that his peculations preyed on th" "PP0"" of his who is delivering hi. .ir.A j, . , . .. .. complimentary copies of "The White House hi. mind and caused him to resort to drink oallery " The word was received at once In to forget them. A kind and Indulgent bus- renlv that the fallow waa a faka and that band and father, his actions durina- the I he was simply duping all those he secured laat two vae-ra ara ..iM . v. .w-lln his schema. The man even approched cause of much mystery to hla family. J" c,nc,nn.t. Traction Company, with The discovery of tha defalcation bag set his scheme, but was smart enough to give tha attaches of tha Court to thlnklna nt n I him the name of aome other member of occurrence of a faw . u . Congress who had put his name on tha I reaurfetng of apbaJt eereete. He declared occurrence of a few years ago, when a bond ,tat cs.Bta,n Foraker at once looked the that hw did not bhlnk well of the proposed ..... e"w uiaatnpemrea mysteriously I matter up and found out that tha man was reaunaetng or Keoo street rrom Fourth to ANXIOUS RELATIVES Boport booneo of Xayrod Oaoo Trom Horns To Pollco. O. C Ballard, a traveling salesman for Reins Mates, of 1T Race street, has been missing since May SO, Whan last seen he bad 78 and o LOWMnfla book ta has Tha ponce were also asked yesterday to look for Blanche Means, a comely sixteen year-old girt, whose home la at 4U Betts street. She worked at the Eagle Carriage Work a and before aha disappeared told soma friend that she was going to marry Dan Stamper, of 049 Carr street, who fa a waiter. Dan Is also absent and It la thought they ara now going through Ufa aa man and wife. Richard Jones, of 16T1T West Eighth street, has bean mlaalng from home since Satur day morning. . alter Land, a six-year-old boy, whose parents live st 2375 Wilder avenue, disappeared yeoterday morning and last night the police were asked to locate him. a. .sa Part of It May Be Yours. Read Particulars In To-Morrow's Enquirer. TUKE OBJECTS To tho Paving- of All of XUco Strort With Asphalt. Secretavry FYad Tuke of the Taxpayers' Association yesterday wrote a letter to tha B. of P. 8. giving his opinion as to the reaurfatng of aaiphaUt etreeta. He declared I and Judge Ferris was compelled to make it s, fraud. good. It now comes forcibly to those who were attached to tbs Court then that Squire James waa the last person seen with tha oona in hla possession. X ACT AMOUNT OF SHOBTAQS. Expert E. M. PulMngton returned to the city yeeterday. and stated that the explana tion or tne anortage aa n appeared In Tuesday's Emquirbr was correct throughout. He said that tho exact amount of the short age is a3.M8 64. The largest defalcation oc curred In 1HB6 and 1900. PASSED Peacsfully To the Beyond Of the total number of vouchers illegally Captain GeOffe D. Hadlej, El-la- drawn three were duplicates, and of these dupllcstes money obtained on two was turned into the treasury. Squire James having kept the amount realised on the origi- is. -rne third duplicate waa drawn by the Squire for his own personal use. These duplicates are not exact copies, the duplication being only of a part of the items, for instance, on June 10. 1896. spector ef Paliee, Died Yes terday His Historj. MctMlcken avenue, but ttVmgtrt it would be I sufficient to rapave only from Fourth atreat to the canal. Ha said other etreeta. as Seventh and Spring Grove avenue, need repairing worse than Race street, aa blocks of asphalt era crumbling on them. He concluded by saying "If the Aepbait Trust can't produce anything taxer than the material used on some of the lately made atreets it would be wiae for your Honorable Board to go slow in spending large sums for replacing our present asptoalt, especially on Race atreeJt, which In the opinion of many Is tbt only well-paved street we poa- sess." Tha letter was referred to the Com mittee of tba Whole. Captain George D. Hadley, ex-Inspector of Police, whose critical illness waa an- youoher No. 548, calling for 1403 23, stat-1 nounced In last Sunday's EnQUinm. died WOOD ALCOHOL Swallowsd By William W. Jones With Beriotis Results. William W. Jones, a lithographer, who lives on Price H11L narrowly escaped death yesterday morning from alcoboHo polson- utory earnings In Insanity casea Noa. 1 to veatardav morning shortly after 11 o'clock. l"0 79. was drawn, and the amount went to en- aurrounded by the members of his family According to hts statement made at the rich the Squire, On November 8. 1898. an- . J Tf "",.', City Hospital where be called for treat-other voucher. No. Ita, waa drawn, which Drm- M,nop ml French did all within their ment. ha took four Wgewallowa of wood al-lncluded 1783 for earnings In insanity cases pow'r to av- tn Ilfe of the aed offlccr cohol. which he believed to be whisky. Th Nos. 1 to 115 consecutively. He Included 78 but thelr ffort were nnavalllng. effect on his system was almost Immediate, cases in the second voucher that bad been Tne d"4 w" hl seventy-second and suffering with the greatest pain ha paid for on the first voucher. Thla laat Jr'ar- H1 lon nd honorable career as a went to a nearby physician, who adrarals-voucher was cashed and the money turned oldler and Police officer appeared In full trred an antldota and then advised him to into the proper fund. The first voucher was 1"Th' "J of lst Sunday. In com- go to th. hospital. Itemised, sad the costs varied in each case. P"n w1th tn" wl"n" "f Vh fam,"T; wh He at first Nfused to gtm his name or res-averaging about $5 each. The second dB"lr" a military funeral for the gallant vet- idenca, but flnallyjald his name was WU-voueher. however, waa not ltmi-i .nd sran, the Police Commtoslonera at their Uam W. Jones, and that he lived on First the costs in each case were furured on a meeting yesterday rescinded their former avenua north of Olenway. Price Hill basla of 08 80 per case, showing that hs sctlon In effect trmt no morsbana music charged this exclve amount Hlegally to permitted at the obsequies ol .f- make up the sum that he needed to turn Into "r" , "' the Court s fund. nected with the Benevolent and Relief As- LARoirr amockt takbn. "ouVoT" respect to Captain Hadley'a fam- On September S. 1808, Squire Jamas drew tly the rule was waived In his case. The a voucher for $377 13. for faea claimed due funeral will ba held at 9 a. tn. Friday at In Cases 9,320 to 9,390 Inclusive. He never the Church of the Blesaed Sacrament, on turned this money over to the Court, but bn wilder avenue, and two companies of police May 8, 1897, he drew a duplicate voucher, and the First Regiment Band will attend, the amount of which ho swelled to $533 06, tn addition to the secret orders of which and turned this money in properly. The the deceased was a member, only duplicate he drew and purloined was His sons will officiate ss pallbearers. The for $772 91, which hs drew February 9, news of his death was received with regret 1900. Thla was the largest amount he took I by the members of the police force, to whom at any one time. I he was a faithful and constant friend under As this duplicate voucher secured the all circumstances, Squire money which he converted to his own use it la claimed that there Is a serious question as to who la responsible for tha $772 91 secured. The alcohol was removed from his sys tem before It bad .tiro to seriously injure him. -j.-W. O. WOOD at AWSF.E PIAV0 CO. I PIANOS! - PIANOS! JUST UNLOADED. NAVAL STATION PemsylTsJila Railroad To th Proposed Grada Crossing of Traction Company. that tha law pertaining to foreign drafts rr Bocruitiae; Purpose Established would apply, and tbe one who paid out I in This City. money on the fraudulent requisition or or- I Th. TTnjted fttatea naval nmltlna nartv der. would be the one to be held responsible I whloh arrived In the city yesterday will os- ror na loaa, as tna nrst oruer receivea tablu,h quarters In the Lincoln Inn Court should put ths payee on hts guard and pre- Building, on Main street. Efforts ware vent his paying a duplicate. Thla would taa to secure suitable offices In tho big not apply to tho other vouchers, however. Federal Building, but there la no available as tbe Squire took the s mount secured cn room However. CustodkaaVolght has given the originals only, snd the amount paid on permission to display posters which furnish duplicates went Into the proper source. information for persons desiring to enlist. audito mot RBsroNsiBtA BecrulU are wanted for all branches of the If these opinions ara correct County Au- nMvr- especially for the position of ma- dltor Lewis would be held responsible for To Zl Jfi the amount of the duplicate voucher the tor about 10 days, and will open this morn- Squire drew. Expert Fullngton, his ssslst- I ant, 8. A. Hudson, and many others, take laa ' ' " " rr- " I nave jimrria ma oia ana ww u- the opposite view of the matter and declare I Lwancy nau. r. a" I I rsoriig nuiu K.m Oar prtcas make tbam I waya oa tha tnel6e. aad I - . .... . I . . . I . mm Am . tha .1 p tn . j.tt aa 1 Pecleo to DO iamuiar wiin ino correcm I J. . Z1 :S . r. nTJ" r- "Zl . J(-rj ; Mcea of th. of the Items contained In the voucher, but elvad a diploma from the Institute Doeeme I trrm Superintendent J. A, McCrea. of the . " l rsrts for Ills reports and observations on Pennsylvania ttaiiway t ompany. no says .-."mT TJ " this dlaaaaa. ' I the Traction Company nas plana made to I "... - . Z Tv. . . . k 1 ,T. v. . Wabash. . .. j, t i- t. . . .ui. Wabash. The other members are Burgeon A protest against tha proposed tracks of ln" "u"'"" " . " I irarr Boatswain J W Angus, Chief Boat- . .. th. Onclnnau.nd Ea-tern TTtlon Com- r the loss of the money, as he U not ex- t'.fJJtU- Zr&ZVS tat 8. 8. Bingham and two sailors, I "ava eougat ror you. PIAM0) BAR4.AIX1 LARGE CLASS Irroaa tna main tracaa o tae i-ennay ivania i k - j- ' r " - . I allsbur uaad or ehoo-wa Railroad at Tennyson street with Its main correct. Therefore he would not ba nable I QlrU To Bs Conflnnad at poaa at uaaa ImmadlaMty line, snd st Curtis .treat with a branch for any ahortaga J". -.h! W Wo.nd 8tree Tsmnl. 52"SJSL. Ta? Asd Pars XmploTsa Will Hava To Bo Laid Off osi That Aoeoaat. lino to ba used as a transfer with ths C. tne receipt o jto. rrooaw -uage IOr ft. 1. ia ..Kii.h w , tin money, even if that receipt Is signed . ner hla clerK. Tne tact tnat tne juago gave Mound. Street Temoie To-oay, ma taei ' 1 v miw ""?. "!. . T. . . . I hi. dark tha Drivllege of signing for him sshooth. The regular -services will begte otllairtCarigM T-h. ,h fl I. .riunaal k.11 IM OUT bjm iiiii I .. , I . I in 1 Weaar UDrlabt . W - - i . . ( i ...... w . . WDuin nnra Ulin aHru iojuiiiuiti MldU mm WT v -w . . of the empmyes Is ths Park Department I "" .1Z 7- " - " I Ins to ths legal opinion of many. . I o'clock. There will ba special moats. Rabbi .1 WeailM r:1'.-. ilrar.-T- cL UT" lone, to be aatabUahed. H. add. that the g,rr t.acx or veuensas. m iuiisiiui tas baa atoooad sJready The I Panaaylxanla Railway Company has al- I th. county .Auditor did keep track regular pay roll araounts to 1 2. MO, and rr ? - 1 . . a,.... I lltlon et ."-' - w H-J . r-rai ... W that I 7 9. . . . . aVisartntenOest Crltcharl stated yeaterday '" "w ZLJrl ThVttoa e-1 tB 'i.. Wa hava a limited Dumber of Htgh-Gradel Ptaaoa to ba sold at onca Soma are new. others I allsbUr uaad or aboe-wara. Wa vteh to dis-1 ' aaa ocrar pneaa vnica I to ba found la tba Oaa- I oal States. Tba foMowing to a partial Mat: . iv. I link Brna. UnriaM Sias Mound Street Temple tb-day. tha Fessat of 1 N4rlr riud. audi alas Siss Xound Stroet Tomplo. A tatve class win oa ootmrmen Phlllpson will preach tbs outuou. to be oonflrmed are: Those :irs ISO sio ISO N will aa waeaaaary to lay wff about 00 " f'"-- ".I.T ' I Durr mors man once cmajnt "t " law aeae tamtt tha I pany were ywmiiiai, " 1 1 the Squire's vouoners ana naa tnent cor- .k. . i A-- - . - - .. m . I BSBT wer Dvrmtftu. wwrw ' - I n ik. awintre VaUa.ta. .Maannh. rHa I change Ita plans and make entirely new ra-1 for Instance, at ona time tbe He I In a VOUOOer praannwi w wuu luuapau keep the watonwvan. ona teamster tn each "" con,p""; ru" ' ..t BTT 2f T?7 . L - I tha rtvar either on Humbert or Wool street I u. rtnee was aatbtflad tat his own satnd r . w. a. a. .. , i .r i . nntQ It can connect with ths Cincinnati thA could not ran tho same in aU a7Mrlhr ... T I Traction Company track below Delta ave- I and though he had no way of I - n . . . -w.. aaaaaiarfl to tna lltr . . . ,,t. matm . . I aw. im aa- 7.y - proving na w w.uivm. Benjamin Adlar. Carl Blng. atdnay Bros, Gilbert Pes. Minora Pox. Benjamin Hiitnar. Itoaane Bkioss. Worms Poa. Tharess Pralberg. Tbareaa Ooldaaatm. ReaaHnd Jacobs. OLD-FASHIONED Engineer In conjunction with ths Corpora- I tB4l probata Court aocoonts. he ra-1 Uon Counsel for report ao to tho rights of I auard to honor tho voucher. Squire James I Claade Jaeoba. Clarence Marees, ataney Hawsaan. Joeeph Itavta. , Nat haa Ruaintiaig. Charles Tabtaa. Bdward Wata Burton Wolf. . ... HU4aaar. Cante Osimbetsiar, Stella Marks. . Aaguata HaaastaaL ASatasaeha Miruua Otraaaa. leanette Strang; Taaeaaa Pllman Ptora wartckt. Myrtle 1 Hallatt A Darts I'nrtaat. . . Brtaaa. waiant eaaa laraa carraa pa nan, almost saw. ragatar ane . H7fc now oaly ObbOO EmaraoD CaMnst Oraad. fall atae... Si SO ftuarltog aaake Osss Also, two eHslitty aaaS CRICKEkIxQ CP-RiaHTO at esoapuonal bargalaa Square Pianos aa low aa...... ............ OSS AD fet seed eondlttoa sy aor aktDaS We acres wKh sai ijliama l nrlaan thara I I wit hla a yaar (or ear arw vprtgate aad auew I I iuu Tomrth of Xaly To o Oaisbratsd at Awoadalo CXmK At the ragslar sseothty msetlar of thai Itoboard la ths ease. . wrothp. but ha took tho voucher back 1 REMAINS and latsr presented It corrected. He bad I of A. O- Xlsgoy, Who XHod la Vorth I cut ItOCDO iniomil i ia tm fiw on to uw first vouchor. Carollwo, Arrtro Soro. . Tho remains of Abraham OrtfBth aOnsay. BASKET PICNIC I . . m . V m. aL. S.a OmimImu. pjnard of Oovarnora of Uio -Avoadal AOVjTo Bo OtToa at Ipa-orth HolEhta Hoxt I ,TP uwrsrod tho ahortaga Expert Put-1 who died at his bosne la Murphy, N. C last latls ClnO oa Moooap svsma s prssiosnt ' lamraav. -' , I ttartnn aavs that as ths Commissioner Is I Thsarsday arter ony nw uayar nuaaaa irooi Jamas A, Orssa was empowsred to aspolnt ' 'V1.V a..w rlenio at Eowri.lonJy allowed $300 par annua for thla work I grip, were brought horo TwjUrday for tn- , esansaitteei to arransja a peaarasiavs for a l . . ."" I.'iv; " J. .J. I it in ba utterly tmpossmls for him to I torment inftns lamiiy m as. aprm won M.h oM-ruMaMO. Psortb of Jahr eels- Hsagnts wtu so pern i -- " I .. .w. atom we Item. a1 I afr Klnaaa-. who was ta his aevanty-tlrtrd k-ttlm. There anil oo eestesrto op oao ot r .1. . . 1 hooka balanced aa had no chance oat year, was a oromar n iw tmtm u.iku mjm- tho Wot sands la ta elty.; flrawortts aud I " v ,,,.7,: rrteri, , I earth to find tha defalcation. v Isey. of this aty. was imst nut osam tnrougn o. . - ' . . riTa ai-Tamjr.shonotowrtn-T nrrsynoaest eoon-La The rarlirwrag aarw saisaaira wars sjscsaa: .. . . . . . t- ..4-w.--l . . . . ' MX ma - una a . winiaaa M. RahaetSBa. . C- H..M. Athlsa I aasvni" : . . ... I atr. mu" " I death Mrs. sansey saw cmwraai wwrs wa a .. . r . rw aa A Ut BlaTSK rSBBfc Danut - laaiidajia tM SWI n Hwniai UN anl .nfimla.. Pvadhis tsaav alllaal W. ML natim, Mmuaa atmrit.w. am. 1 T .v- iiau Wlaaal Rail mad THa I I' . -.. IT h.. .till t. A.I.W wv I " . . . . . Plan nan, Taltoa Embry.. John H, HaU. I gi " . "... I IP oepsromwa -"--' lbs Ctnctsnaa too rseasine wors pmoso m a Walter H. Parm. Haary Mshlhauoar. Jr. FredaTTCh K. Rodraas, Clifford M. Bodd n U. GLCOODIUISEE H1K0 Gl Aad APOaXXHi sad saw sabs at ' ItS- W7 Weal Poorth St, Near Baca, WHOt.MAi.CT0 AHD aWTAXUEaUl raml li-ii In. I AVSsX, raw AT. 7. XOOU. BUIUsOTOH sVOUTS. Aucnoaf aAXxa innTomii ADB PAG V FROM ST.LOUISl CHICAGO DENVER. PUEBLO. COLORADO SPRINGS. aTaBO 22, 23, 24, SA Jaly 1 to 13. PI.iAt LIMIT. OtTOBEB 01. S21.00 25.00 Jus 1 to 21, 2 to ao, July 14 to 31. PIWAt, LIMIT. otTtita at. S26.50 31.50 SILT LilE CUT, OCDEN. Job 22 to 24, July 1 to 13. PIS AL LIBIT. OtTOKI 01. S36.00 40.00 Jaao 1 to 21. 2A to 3U, 14 to 31. na AL LIBIT. OtTOOtk 01. S39.50 44.50 III FlilCtSCO. los usau. Map ST ti Jaao A, Aag-ast 2 to ia POStTLAO . TilSli. tlTTLI Map 27 t-Jaao ft, July 16 to 21. PI OAL LIMIT. Asrarwalaaaaelr OO BVaya. S470 60.00 S47.50 60.00 Writs the andandgnsd for further Information, additional 4 tea of eels. Oeaci-lpU'e uiaratara. Standard or Tourist Sleepers or RecUnlag Chair Cars (Beats Preet. L. W. WAKELET, O. P. A., St. LeoaUo, Mo. la war tarwagh vT. M. inA, D. P. A 40f) lao BU, Ctaftaaatl, O. Remember Sheriff's Sale OP THE Elegant Residence AKD 4 Acres of Ground p FcnrnxvAYiA mrrav varri xxxojr akkxdt. Pennsylvania Lines. CllFSC DRINK Theodore Cook, d t. s. v. Cr. Clifton and Resor A v. CLIFTON Thursday. June 26, AT 10 CrrrOfTt A. M. Tbna A TayW. Malt Maaa. r, - Taking affect on Saadsy, Juno 15 th, Pcnnsylvsnls Short Lines will eotoblish, in sdditloo to its presoot paooengor service, a new train from Ciocinnatl to New Tork, which will bo knowa ao tho "Pennsylvsnia Special." It will leave Pennsylvanis SUtlon. Cio. cinnati, daily 2:45 p. m., resching- 23d Street Station, New York, at 0 o'clock next morning-, making th roagh ran from Cincinnati to New Tork in 17 hours and 13 mi n a tea Equipment will bo op to dste, and Pall-man Drawing Room, Smoking: Room, Sleeping Cars will ran on this train from Cincinnati to Pitta burgh, Philadelpia and New York. For particular informs-Uon call npon City Ticket Agent, ti. W. Cor. Fourth and Walnut; Station, Pearl aad Butler Sta; Abbott's Ticket Office, Covington, or address Harris, A. G. P. A., Cincinnati. CXX-PXJ-X0. n 4 Full Quarts for $3.20 Mraef to faaaaaw. Bsprvos Paid. One hundred snd fifty thotuand eustofnars throughout the United sates uaa Hartfleld'a CEL-PEP-Ka KOLA, CELERY and PEPSIN Amerira'a favorite health drink. It's ths talk of the tows by aU roes, women aad children at all the fountains and eafea A aass-pte eaaa con La nine 12 fall soarta. proTuaaly latialaa. aaciti ly packed, with plenty of three colored advertising matter, express charges prepaid hp oa, for WM par eaaa. Try ft. DuYGEDA 173 FG . CO. XlXWACaaXK. CHICACOX. T. LwCIaV Branch, 56 Plum SL, Cincinnati, O. TKLKfalO VK MAIM r. tV-Tnlo aovsrtlssss.st rat sat osdCT srtU ha) asssaosd tar aasstooo Masraoa Taa CsejotBSBa. WHITE otieBOH REMEDY a aalvaa la aaaaaa ear Waaav. 9 SSaa ! ruiTi . a i km taa i Sanaal M a n i Si an I sruj kea aa ! waa lar VSaaNS M taTaf'w.fct ranatlaa TaiQ ni "f aa' ' " V Hi WQaji I g aaa ns: 1 kaa una! Waste Buabaa a ar aa aery aSellaala lullii aa tu4 taa aaaaa an eaaa amar la aar m taa ran vaa a i w awaur. I aaaai faliy raaaajMajaajS 1 taaaraa wa H'U-. .a.a. a i m at M faaaa ara aMa a On4 a an a4 aaaa arm.'" SI r' aa af ska WaMwe rwwMa anp'i raSTia I trmm tfca' ia e 0Baav tea m i si r yaa ta Slaa M S tMai Drwaa ar av Ma St ay antm r aanrn iaar i . J Tnri 1 1 aiiaa rraa aa iraa a BLTnw. "awrr ar taa Waaau a aama, paaja aa a aj. v. mm ai. a la TWHSOsrr . MASS Brae ta niniMH v P SSMaawaaWav. a Oar SanetS aa4 SWa. Q I Siaaal raw aar. atl Vaa Ot aw Ar aa SBS w rma a X W rar Stark tM alaai r r i. Kaaaa Laaa ul bbratniaa a Waaaaa anua L JS C, E. A TX mm tuo ah rinisi ux a The John H. McGowanCo. a wtk Hydrtralk: rtocltlncrr. aSStggggk. CINOINNATI, O. $1.00 "41,00 tnmm A t anea raswa O a trrtnrua. iatut R. Masaaaa. ) Far peats aad parrsrulaea aaa J.B.Wallace Zk, Ckasnar e r-otntnarva k . . ravoroaAXsv PROPOSALS Tba (Bstrottioi of Balldlsr. aa4 Xralgta Tmr t n Btag sVtaltaa. s tavo IfaUorwarko Orwaada ear CeUlforaLa, Ohio. SCALED rttOf-OaALO anil aa taa Ida eg tae stoarg DAYTOtJ, GELIIIA and DELPHOS aid umi TIA SUNDAY. JUNE 15, 1902. Trass Uaeas DaaaC rtwh aad aMTsaiikar. at T a. av; MsaaM a. Ba. mf V , ... . vaaauaaMn eg Waiarvurki CaaraaaaarL mu.. until .. raorh aaoa a T I ESI a T Jut,, X taa aaejatraetasa af tea autiO.rar -u-""a aaS Oraiaa far Uta ttnt -u.- . tauoa. aa the wetaa-warae Orotit.c. the VUtage af 'ailfarmva m Haanin.a: ty. OMa. ta anarittai srMk . cttkas tal aaa. titra. M r.a it j"" taa t-aaaf iLaanaaaw tf it. vjasaaae. aaaaMMMn at Stiat .Taa aaa u aa aaas tav aa aut.u.. . taa fane of atetran ttmr iw s taa as oaa aaara. aad whaoh lam at , . A v . ae aad Oatafl Oraottaga of u a aaa aaO aapaaa tie a.- ag b- fares af aoartraoj am aa aaa ia a-a aa fW UrWr mt taa ' ' man ml W alar ',rs " taaar aaoa u CtarO af tta anar af St tae hark Oar af 3 af If Oaf ai i TT tans, aa ian taa aataaa af taa '- . ' taVe aaaaa aad Snri aa af taa aaaiaar 0a atu fce nyiaaS aa Tt Ulaal - Oay af Jaaa. liaaV eat teal a .,-1 X . "t w awa aaaaa " gavr sag assail head ra taa saua Sara ilea See taa tf aaalal f ST AOS aa4 TjgmxBjaaa bxttxml. aad Isaao IX Intsds. ' Tho aewtv eiaeted fVavd of Trusts ea of tae Tis.hirs rasaana rood seat rasXaroag aad sea-aotsaal By saloeriBg Prlndaal H. U. Raartug ss IN sstoaal. Joba Orlram, Jr., as Tare Preatdeat. aad WUllaia O rati! mas Bao- retary. It Is sssaaiarad that 0X tat hava eavaaented to aeeapt tha aaw pa law and eoettfihots 13 a asorrtt) aut ot their eateries to foe pamriea fund, that 17 hava eWllned aad TO hava aot. raapottiaa hoard at das at ths paymeat of the Jva sKars, and will sm. agsla Tuaaday. trssas wlQ leave taa t etaaai ansa awoiii-k. (araaata Oeawta assl thaa will take oal - rr-aa4aka- WBtaaa. at :88 sad 11:10 si tm. "A ooosaattao of hv- th ghsrUTs aad Rscorder'o offlcaa. Thla I te niaos as sooa aa tba fasaftr ar . - mh.-. hiimi mtm wmaii alia ... . . . . . - . . - wiu as aa a . i will tags aooot m uuavr. aaa MitiaM.-u.i : a a Tfc :i . Iiwaoi wits ncsea.- -, I will than he I eanr to report to tap auaiitar of atata. Atr. ruuington stated YDI , ' I that an far aa he as gone bs has aot foond liraaiaav , i ... i . . u.whm. athasr thaa An. I ost MBBME iV Tor r Ttrtmaa w - gwaaiosi road " - - CE0STTS COICEaMV A choraa eoocart onder tho direetloa a great aaaav I sCrsC Cortnaa Daasis aiauaserad. bat all srera clerical aadlbi Stamina HalL The ftrst port of tbs aiaaaal T-aatardaT. , ' 1 a.mn. .- - - . s IsrassBts onaaraoo snlsrolUnonao aasa Tha Board ot Ftra Cnaamlaaloraars yaater-I Bqutro Jasaeo aaa sssuy roa. ssoetly 1 tne "s-- ' " VrT.;,: ZLT dar naomt-g car va I."T? .t ta af stearins- money frogs tho Coorf presided "NssM Song. Tho second part wag glran CXZXS TZX EXT tsm. S25, S30, S35, S40. iMra, :j --IBAC asafl UIUTI sTTaV. . 5?cv V: U5ffi9Bttei3 " Ptswt wMOslMrsstM sv - eTstsoo all sSassar b'tsa sates. , gaeaO aatlisas la thaa Woart4.' n a a gl A M Oaaaffl aTfaaaBBBBBsaav aawBBasBBBraB 'BBwS7vwSBBBg a assaa n gsaaaAwaagaSBSaa aaaSJaTwaaaasBTWi U7TTICO BaOTUSA tex oivon-vzxjrxcxx oa. hs was I Hiram A- DeCacna aad Miss BOltrvaa. with 1 m , w m , hbbb mo.'t nwtn mmw uawav i - ' - i traetaoai . . . . w . t.Ha that ha waa ..-' RKaa and afnrrST. verr heavy vaHr sas cast - loee etocteo . J7 atr I - - rare: Castsla Oeorgs nanaagvt, oi I 0,E.IX na TOTnt. "'r "JT'Tr ,' ,.:.v. jahTlr rd to go about tho city, and ths farthest I "Thistledown,- bv Chadwlck. ad Davtd-. Tnv V and Charles M. Patteraoa. I west of the Vourt houae bs had been ta the Lament," by Angels St. Bsad. TPO lattsr o'f Sl-V mm! aaa VstS 2-TlT V-. of 0S Uf. -s-to "aadpa- wit. aoatsasywHh ehvrsr cherts I sucoeed UsnMeivas. 1:15 C0TJTO23 HAT CITX BOTO. Tha haaaand sod frlewdo af Mra Ksstaga, the '-Countess os ttlucvaar, erary effort to eaevrs s and hava bar relaeeed frars ths Coast Jslt Ths "Cnantaas has baan eaaflned fa tbs Jafl t,-r sever! tnon'he. harlrig baea broogbtlville R- R. frrn pearl and Butler snd I oso-f-OSKAIJir" (ITlmer A Amend) bar fv-m Nav iv uif to nua uiai est I r oarw'ia" '" - . I toot and aeoutn araan tat u a rra'te ef . L0T3X3VII.I.K, XT., Aad XotoraV ; ftpsrlal train via I.u!svtne and Nssh- llawtevs nlaes oa Vine Street. . He artea boasted that bs bad never seen tho present ao aa Ot ITrfTI tnJ aever sranxea ia n re la-1 I aaW I trree refuse to beUevo that ho ever coas-l atltted a dishonest act.. S!.25H;!0!AI1AP0US 7ii(iTEStILLE asd urcaur. rre-.n-,. It la understood that u"? '"- VI I.ISIY. lvaa saoath swaet and purs all oay. , . . .. . .w. I C ovlnston. Nvprt ar.d Latosla. Return-I , , , r r ! w.i ba mals to taali , , i... u.-. - q. I 1 1 . axaurro vajant iuo w"- it i m jar -toa I I. m. - TOGO A3HL0A9. - "T t Babbt ana airs. David Pbillpaoa wfll Issia tor Xew Tork oa Thursday sad wfO sail for Europe Saturday, on tbs steamship Etrorla. tm. ha anna three mmtMm TheWWin bo ao i.iwW of Rattimara th. arathar and aastar I . " rtina a-" r a t S of Mrs. Phlllpson. ,: tit - ' 7f"'n -yT-a-V ff"s ' r " 11AX.K UAXEA - v , - - v to -.-. ' TOLEDO and Betorn ,fgwa TVia ea au IS ta XI: Ha Tm Civy lacaat OCaoa, ASk sad Tlae Ata. KXH nWsTlJKRAaTvV QioVsajWickc Tcuan sw lug lirVa TXJlMm XXTAJtTA Lim PcMajlTicU Uses ExemkM. '-25 priacnaU aad Botarm, 125 JlX) Xs-iaaWara, J1j03 opaasl trass lisiss rtasailisala Otatb Paarl and BexJar sta. T:g a at- feesawt r vaa OttaaaM Tats, at TV-Sets at C OAna. K. W. Car. aXA aad Walaat; AlliUi TZXAJTCXAX. MONEY TO LOAN 0 gar eaaa. Vasm aaaaa aa as t ear rZZyt A. IZZTZZT. Ill East Powtk Si n at a Oaraaassj rh TTTIa OS Caatisi - i as Xsw Otlsasa aad imasi rsiHi ill as rsista Oaaast. Tbasso - saalfi il wtrh aaw j aaarvaaaaaaas far ths ossTas, aad bartb tsss mt lass thaa sea. half tka aaaaadavd Cava. Cat, ssw Ortad ta rattaa aad a aaaasasaty oaaav a oearfYtaaf.' g ' mm rLjT frv" - - rr -Tasni. ni i " i - mim,,, raotntoxc 'U Jl.Ja n at naaa Ca . r -aaS aaS iaaa aaaa, aaaavist a aat ea u 4 at ml lla by taa . rS as- 7 raa.... aa Saisraarat.' ar ta. sar s as iisa snta ta r Tr.. "Caaaaaaaaro af Waearwnrka at aaist lint a I II LIB I raara mw mmj . ' tiaeata ag ia mm. aas-asae aa tna .w abaard at Traaaaaa (aaaaai'i"- a V aaas aassOa ar aaaa asaal la tawii' tbe a aa aa sSna raa; tied ssamOars aatsat fartaaa aataarar-araa-' Oaara mt Hi H aaaaty aa Oa taa ' ' arara reajstttaO tlid'aas Basal aaa tha anatad 1b- m aaaaa at aaa attf be raaaaaaaV TKa Saws ml Traaaaaa "Owt aaa mt Wewwaraa.- rn ai i a taa ngf.i t-i aay aaS ail bvaa ry Olearuaa of tha sVaarg af ?ru. a T a a ar w tareaw a to ftcaaatAJta rraa.o'- O aVna-a. Cart J1 ' V OS Caaaaal Mt a., a. . )eaamiaa a ba i i T p . mmmmimmm aaaaaa at taaa wv, rrsytst ts s., a. mmmmmm . . y-, 1 ?"' F "-aaV tJaJH aaaa altT Z" a aaa a I mt ataaaa mm t V S aaaa mmIImi "aaaSHamT""" " Saia f - S J -La!si Tiaaaaar S' s. m TavaaaA u n OCXAaT t wsrwTwa sit? ta-CLim T-nr'lLZrl. S ata. immm Bki'caiaa aaaaiI aa,4 Sraaeat aaaaa eeaeraa SVM astaa . Jmm aa a

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