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THE CINCINNATI DAILY STAR
VOL. 16. Twelve Cents Per Week.
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1879.
Single Copies Three Cents. NO. 12.
But Not With the Heat of Yel
Ipccial to tlie Stur.
Nkw Orleans, July n. The following eard ap
HMWd in New Orleans paper, MJfl explains it
elf: "OFFICE BOAlti) or HBALTIt. STATE-HOC,
state ok Louisiana,
"New O iii.eans, July lltli, 1379.
'Mark F. Bigney, 15 litor ('iiy Ueitti
'Sir My attention was otlled yesterday to an
irtU-le published on the 11th Instill) t in the vile
tomniuuisiie sheet which jou edit, where you
minuate Unit it in the purpose of the board of
Jealth ti conceal the cxisteuee of any ouses of
j-Ilow fever u liieh micht occur in our city. I
tronoanoe the article a base slander, ami I de
lounce you, Mark V. Bigney, a.s a willful and
ISignedj "Tom Choppij, M.D.,
"PreMdenl Board of Health."
A. RED HOT RECORD.
How the Summer Sun is Getting
in Jlis Work.
At 7 a. m. to-day the thermometer stood
Cincinnati, 78, weather foggy,
Columbus, O., 8;, weather smoky.
Denver, Col., fio', weather fair.
Fort Gibson. I. T., 87, weather fair.
Galveston, Texas, H'y, weather clear.
Virginia City, Mont, 50, weather clear.
Springfield, 0.t 82, weather clear.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock the ther
mometer at Fort Gibson, L T., indicated
100Q in the shade.
Win. S. Lewis, a prominent merchant
ind banker of St. Louis, was sunstruck yes
terday, and died in twenty minutes.
TWO CASKS AT LA SALLlt
Ipecluls to the Star,
La .Salle, III., July 15, There were two
latal cases of sunstroke here yesterday.
One was that of John L. Kwinford, a promi
nent citizen, who was overcome in the
Itreet. The other was a countryman.
THKEK RAILBOAOIBfl OVKRCOMI
Warsaw, End., July 15. A freight train
Jumped the track here yesterday. While
endeavoring to get the cars on the rails
gain the conductor, Porter Wells, and a
brak email were sunstruck, and are in a
very critical condition. Mr. Leopold Beck
er, an old resident, was also overcome by
AT BLOOMINGTON, ILL.
BioOMlNGTON, III., July 15, Thermome
ter 106 in the shade yesterday. In the
country a young man named Robert Pain
ter was injured from the effects of the heat
while working in a harvest field. His con
dition Is critical, and he can not possibly
AT ST. ..0118.
Rt. Loins, July 15. B. Schfnrlng, a Ger
tnan stone-cutter, was overcome by the
heat yesterday, and died in the. City Hos
pital. New York, July 16 The thermometer
at fi a. m. indicated 7o; et !) a. m. 80, and
at noon 90.
CRIME ANP CALAMITY.
THE RAZOR LET HIM OUT.
Specials to the Star.
Mason, III., July 15. Last night a farm
hand named George Morton committed sui
cide here hy cutting his throat with a razor,
Morton's body was found about 10 o'clock
last night lying m ar a well a: the residence
of Philip H. Winegarden. A love affair.
WHAT HADE M'cOItDSO MAD.
Lafayette, Ind., July 15. Alvin Mc
Cord came here from Logansport and began
to flourish deadly weapons around the
heads of Mr. and Mrs. Lunigan at their
home here. He was mad because Mrs. Lan
Igan, before marriage, bad discarded him
for Lamgan. He was permitted to cool off
SCICIUK AT HOT SPRING'S.
Little Rock, Ark., July 15. Informa
tion from Hot Springs states that John II.
Brown, of Denver, Colorado, sojourning at
the Springs, had committed suicide at the
TALLY ONE rOR THE BEES.
London, Ten n. , July 15. Two mules
driven by II. B. Bradley, at Gallagher's
Mills, Roane County, ran away and kicked
over four bee hives. The insects complete
ly covered the mules, and stung them so
that they died in four hours.
NF.YF.R TAKE A BATH.
National Associated Press to the star.
Chicago, July 15. M. R. Suthill, a well
known traveling salesman, died at the
Sherman House yesterday from imprudent
bathing with ice-water. His remains were
taken to his old home at Vlenda, N. Y.
CONGRESSMAN BREAKS HIS RIDS.
Pittsburg, July 15. Hon. Russell Errett,
member Congress from this (list rlct, in
getting from a load f hoy, at his farm
near this city, fell and broke one of
his ribs. 11 is injuries arc not other
Miss kl'cOMAS COUBTfl NOTORIETY.
Baltimore, July 15. The case of Miss
McComas, who was alleged to have been
outraged Saturdav night, was placed in the
hands f the police, and Marshal Gray says
his department has made a full investiga
tion which shows conclusively thai the
statement of the girl was entirely devoid of
A CENTENARIAN DEPARTS,
Dubuque, K, July 15. Mrs, Susan Meri
weatber. aged 100 years, died yesterday.
She has been a resident of Galena twenty
five years and made the fust Protestant
prayer in the State of Iowa.
National Associated Press to the star.
New Orleans, Julv 15. A (Ire In Commercial
Place caused ft loss of fUu.ouo.
Lawrence, Kansas, July 19, Work's elevator
turned to-day. Loss lfi,O0n
Chicago, July ifl. Pbllceman OolUns whs to
day held without bail fur shooting j'uUMg Leigh.
London, July 15. Extra police have been scut
to Coal Island In oonsequeuce of the July r.ots.
A gentleman whose word we can not
doubt states that a negro named Stephen
Wflplea, residing between Stnytonsville
and Greenwood, this week killed a won
derful reptile, which was nothing less
than a two-beaded snake of the ordinary
viper species. It had two separate and
ptinct neaas, wnicu branched forth on
ach side its neck, and was about two
et III IQUglQ,
CIRCLE OF CITIES.
News Notes Cleaned and Garnered bj
Star Special ltcporters.
FIRE FROM LIGHTNING TANK EXPLOSION
CRUSHED BY A HOGSHEAD, ETC.
Special to the Star.
Louisville, Jvily 15. During the recent
storm the stable of John Kohter, ten miles
from this city, was destroyed by lightning.
The flames spread to Lis residence, which
was also burned to the ground. One mule,
two horses and fifteen bogs were burned.
A steam lard tank in Kastenbrook's
slaughter-house exploded, last night, dan
gerously burning two employes.
A colored man named Cnnchficld. living
on the corner of Eleventh and Madison, was
fatally crushed by a hogshead of tobacco
which rolled upon him at the Boone ware
Frank Turner, from Grant Count-, and
Prank Dubois, prisoners in the Jail, have
been detected in a scheme for a general de
livery. Piftftbn rtr.
a RACI 01 noaaihi.E deaths.
Sr-erial to the Star.
Pittsburg, July 15. A little girl named
Hanlon was run over at the Anderson
ftreet crossing, in Allegheny, on the Port
Wayne Road, at noon to-day.
Her body was cut in two and she was in
Ella Kuhns, a young lady of eighteen,
was fatally burned yesterday afternoon at
Greensburg, and she died this morning, Her
clothes caught from a lire some children
had built on the street.
UNPROMISING crop REPORT HOT DROWNED.
Special to the Star.
Detroit. July 15. Reports received this
morning from all the principal counties in
Michigan show that the crops for 1379
though somewhat above the average, do
not equal last year. There is a greater acre
age, but less average yield per acre. The
entire wheat crop will be gathered by the
At Bay City a boy named Daorey, aged
six, was missed yesterday and his body was
found this morning in the river.
cniEK BEN MSB RESUMES IIIH DUTIES.
Special to the Star.
Chicago, July 15. Matt. Benner at 10
o'clock thiamorning resumed his duties as
Chief Engineer of the Fire Department,
his bond having been approved last night.
He received congratulatory telegrams from
Detroit, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Denver, New
Yoik, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
TRIUMPHAL ARCH SUNSTRUCK OHIO BOY
DROWNED PERSONAL, ETC.
Special to the Star.
Indianapolis, July 15. An immense tri
umphal arch Is to span Washington street
at the opening of the two-days' Exposi
tion this month. It will be fifty feet high,
surmounted by soldiers.
Henry Sweetland, the colored man who
shot Wm. Baldwin on the Fourth, was ad
mitted to $1,000 bail yesterday.
An employe of the Atias Works was sun
struck yesterday, and it was reported last
evening that he had died. His name could
not be learned.
The name of the young man who was
drowned in While River was Robert Lip
man, Instead of Whiteman, and his father
is Theodore Llpman, a basket-maker of
Madisonville, 0., near Cincinnati.
Twenty-live students from Bellefoutaine,
0-, passed through here last night en route
for Colorado, where they will spend their
Rev. Father Scheidler, V. O., writes from
his home in Bergholz Paderborn, Prussia,
that his party had arrived safe at home.
The party consists of Rev. Father Scheid
ler and sister, Rev. Father Brandt, of Lou
isville, Ky., and Rev. Father Topmoeller,
of Cincinnati. They left on the 8th Inst,
St. Lou ia
CRUSHED TO DEATH FIGHT WITH A STEER
DROWNED BAD CASK OF COLIC, ETC.
Special to the star.
St. Louis, July 15. George Snell, aged
nineteen, driving a mud cart, fell from his
seat and was run over by the wheels. He
was terribly crushed and died in an hour.
Yesterday morning hv the collision of
freight cars, in Fast St. Louis, Frank Gait,
a freight agent, was seriously injured.
A boy named Bernard McGmry was
drowned in the Laboaiime street quarry
yesterday. The hotly was recovered.
John Ryan, a Columbia, Illinois, granger,
got up a bad cose of colic yesterday
from too many green plums and too much
A German named Chris. Colcross failed
in an attempt to commit suicide yesterday.
Henry Smith, butcher, bad a terrific com
bat with a Texas steer last evening. The
man was horribly gored by the animal, but
be finally conquered it by cutting its throat
with his knife. His wounds may prove
PROVING HIM CRAZY.
Important Testimony in the Buford
Special to the Star.
Owrnton, Ky., July 15. Fresh witnesses
for the defense arrived last night and this
morning, but they will probably not all be
culled. Indeed, it is the general impres
sion that one day alter this will finish the
testimony for the defense, if it is not con
cluded to-day. The evidence has but one
bearing, and that is to establish the insani
ty of Buford,
Owerton, Ky., July 15-1:301. M.-The
defense in the Buford ease have pulled up a
notch. Among the witnesses examined
this morning was Dr. Bell, of Louisville,
who unhesitatingly pronounced the accused
insane, basing bis opinion on the testimony
thus far taken. The counsel for the pris
oner have great hopes of the doctor estab
lishing the prisoner's insanity.
K EN TUCK KN ICK KNACKS.
Pithy rotate Picked Up in the Old
Specials to the Star.
New Haven, July 15. Bob Red, colored,
attempted, in a cowardly manner, to kill
Prof. R. W. S, Norton, teacher of the col
ored brats band, last night in a lit of jeal
ousy. Norton's wounds are nalnful. hut
not dangerous. Red escaped.
SIiLLKUfcBuua, July 15. Judge Thomas F,
Hareis left Carlisle for Owingsville yester
day to commence taking depositions for
defense against the prosecution of Green.
HARRonsni Rfi, July 15. Edward Bryant,
a veteran Shaker and one of the founders of
Pleasant Hill, is dead.
Stanford, Jtdy 15. The stomach of
George Gooch, said to have been poisoned
by his wife, her alleged paramour and her
brother, has been sent to ijouisville for
analysis. Falkenburg and Mrs. Gooch are
both in jail.
ELtZARKTHTOWV, July 15. At a picnic on
Rough Creek a youth named John Martin
cut the throat of David Carter, colored.
Carter is not yet dead.
AsHLARD, July 15. Johnny Norton, son
of Ed, B. Norton, City Clerk, was drowned
tn the river last evening while bathing. The
body was recovered.
Narrow Escape Of Two Hundred Em
ployes. National Associated Press to the Star.
Philadelphia, July 15. The three story
stone structure known as the Perseverance
Yarn-mill, situated on Main street. Man
yunk, was totally destroyed by fire at an
early hour this forenoon.
The mill has for several weeks past been
running night and day, and this morning
shortly before 2 o'clock, one of the work
men observed a live In the card-room. He im
mediately gave the alarm, but owing to the
Inflammable nature of the building, the
flames soon spread to the adjoining floor
and in a short time the entire building was
enveloped in flames.
The fire burned steadily several hours
and nothing remains of (he building now
but the four walls. When the alarm was
first given there were over two hundred
bards in the mill, including a number of
girls, all of whom escaped without injury,
but many were compelled to leave a large
portion of their clothing behind.
The building destroyed was owned by
Messrs. Fitzpa trick and Holt, and occupied
by J. Holt & Bro. Holt & Bro. estimate
their loss at $20,000.
MOVEMENTS OF MEN.
EVARTS CUES TO VERMONT.
tfottonal Associated Press to the Star.
Washington, July 15. Secretary Evarts
leaves hero to-day for New York to be
absent several days. He will go to Ver
mont about the 1st of August and remain
about a mouth. The Secretary has opened
negotiations with Sir Edward Thornton,
British Minister, with a view uf carrying
out the objects contemplated in Senator
Edmund's resolution. The Secretary and
Sir Edward had a conference yesterday.
The result of the negotiations will be trans
mitted to Congress early in December.
siierman'h official cruise.
PHILADELPHIA, July 15. Secretary Sher
man lias arrived in this city, accompanied
by Private Secretary M. S. Babcock and
other officers of his bureau. Yesterday the
Secretary, with a number of prominent
men of the city, wenton board the revenue
cutter Hamilton and made an informal
tour of the port. I'pon the return of the
party at 5 p. m. the Secretary and his pri
vate secretary started on an official cruise
in the Hamilton, making u brief stop nt
MOTH AM GOSSIP.
HAD DIET ANP ICE WATER.
National Associated Press to the Star.
New York, July 15. The cases reported
of poisoning among girls working in Loril
lard's tobacco factory Jersey City, do not
bear close investigation. Instead of thirty
five eases the' actual number was fifteen,
none ol whom are in any danger. It is
simply a case of bail diet and ice water.
GEN. RAWLINS NEGLECTED GRAVE.
A meeting of the Officers and Soldiers of
the Army of the Tennessee, and of the Offi
cers and Sailors of the boat force co-operating
witll it, was held last evening for the
purpose of taking measures relative to the
neglected grave of Gen. John A. Rawlins,
A committee was appointed to make ar
rangements for a suitable monument
SUED BY BRITISH BONDHOLDERS,
John Cook, of Richmond, Yorkshire,
England, has begun suit in the Supreme
Court against the stockholders of the New
York, Boston & Montreal Railway Com
pany and others to have the sale of bonds
to him and thirty-seven other British bond
holders set aside and declared void and
fraudulent. No answer has yet been served.
ANOTHER ROY GONE.
Patrick Bomen, who came to America
from Ireland when he was ninety-eight
years old, died 'n this city on Saturday
aged one hundred and three years.
THE PI KE OF ARGYLL,
The Duke of Argyll, accompanied by his
daughters and Cyrus W. Field and wife,
arrived from Newport this morning. The
Di'.ke sails for Europe to-morrow.
THE SOUTH PASS JETTIES.
National Associated Press to the star.
Washington, D. CM July 15. Captain
Brown, Engineer, Inspector of the South
Pass jetties, has forwarded to the War De
partment the proper certificate to the effect
that on the 8th day of July there was a
thirty-foot channel through from the South
Pass to the Gull. He also certifies to the
fact that this was a navigable chanuel. The
law only calls fur a channel thirty feet deep
without regard to width. Captain Fads
will not put in a claim for another half
MORE PAY AND LESS HOURS.
National Associated Preu to the su:r.
Davenport, 1a.. July 15. A majority of
the employes of the Rock Island Lumber
Manufacturing Company, have struck for
$1 60 per day of ten hours, instead of .fl 25
of eleven hours.
PRINTERS ON A STRIKE.
Special 'o the Star.
Indianapolis, July 15, All the printers
on the Journal struck yesterday in conse
quence of a condition imposed by the pro
prietors that the men should go hack on
the tin Ion. A cordon of police was sta
tioned at the office during the greater part
Of the night, but were withdrawn toward
midnight. The Journal to-day appears in
half-sheet form, the type-setting having
been done by the members of the editorial
stall and a few non-union printers.
A call for all printers in the city to
meet at Bricklayers' Hail at noon to-day
has been made.
BEYOND THE POND.
Cholera Spreading in Russia.
DeLesseps Still Talking: Canal.
A MEMORIAL MOVEMENT.
National Associate press to the Star.
Condon, July 15. The Prince of Wales
has started a subscription for the purpose
of erecting a national memorial to the late
THE STUBBORN PRINCE
London, July 15. It is said that on Sat
urday the Ex-Pmjiress Eugenie advised
Prince Napoleon that she would receive
him, his sons and Princess Math.Ide after
the funeral. The Prince, however, took his
carriage and returned to London, regardless
of the Empress1 wishes,
SPELL Ot' GLOOMY WEATHER.
London, July 15. The weather continues
dull, and the absence of sunshine gives to
agricultural interests a gloomy tendency.
To-day, however, there is a warmer tem
perature. BANK FAILURE.
The Northwestern District Bank of Pres
ton A Barrow in Kurness has failed. The
affair is unimportant only as adding one
more to the many proofs of the general
Unsatisfactory condition of business.
PRINCE BISMARCK PRESIDES.
Berlin, July 15. Prince Bismarck pre
sided at a meeting of the Federal Council
yesterday, at which proposals were dis
cussed for biennial Budgets, biennial ses
sions of the Richstag and fur less frequent
elections. The Council then adjourned.
Berlin, July 15. Seventeen National
Liberals who, on Saturday last seceded
from that party, constitutedasection head
ed by the historian Treltschke. Their se
cession was due to a vote of censure passed
upon them by a majority of the party for
supporting Prince Bismarck's views on the
BISMARCK ON ' CHANGE.
Berlin, July 15. Prince Bismarck is ac
cused of manipulation on the Stock Ex--haiige
in order to cause an artificial buoy
aney in securities.
APPEARANCE OF CHOLERA.
St. PETERSBURG, July 15. Cholera has
made its appearance at Amelensk, and also
in the districts of V vase in and Donyobusch
WHERE THE GUNS COME FROM.
London, July 15. The St. Petersburg
Gazette repeats in a circumstantial form
the accusation which has lately been cur
rent in the Russian press, that the Turco
mans opposing Gen, Lazareffs expedition
from the east shore of the Caspian Sea are
armed with English rifles, and says that
officers employed in Turkistan declare that
the rilles have been received by way of
Herat from British reserve supplies in Af
ghanistan. The Gazette asks in what light
the English Government regards this
SURVEYING THE LI BE RI AN RIVERS.
St. Petersburg, July 15. The Russian
Minister of Finances has allotted 03,000
roubles for the expense of surveying the
rivers of Siberia and ascertaining what is
necessary for the improvement of their
NEW RAILWAY IN ALHKRIA
Paris, July 15. The French Government
has appointed a commission to consider the
advisability of constructing a railway be
tween Algeria, Soudan and Senegal. The
new line will doubtless prove a very im
portant one, as well in apolitical as in a
D'LESSIFS AND THE CANAL.
Paris, July 15. M. DeLesseps yesterday
made a speech at Rouen advocating his
scheme for the inter-oceanic canal. His
speech was well received, and it is believed
tiie subscriptions for the first issue of stock
will be rapidly made.
PAPERS DRAPED IN MOUPNTNO.
Brussels, July 15. The Endependanoe
Beige, the EQtoile and other papers appear
draped in mourning, recording the fact of
the bill depriving the clergy of all influence
in primary education.
LATEST SPORTING NEWS.
National Associated Press to the Star.
Chicago, III., July 15. The walk for the
O'Leary seventy-five-hour belt has been in
definitely postponed owing to inability to
secure the Exposition Building.
SOUNDS LIKE BUSINESS.
New York, July 15, Hanlan, before leav
ing New York said: "f will row Plalstedon
any waters in the world for $10,000 s side,
and in addition to this, If he is satisfied, I
will give him a full handicap in a live-mile
pull. As for Tricket I would like to meet
him, simply because he is the champion of
the world by title alone. He went to En
gland and bpflt Sadler and then returned to
Australia as champion. I will also row Mm
even for $10,000 a side."
A RATTLING GAME.
A game of base-ball between prominent
city officers and others took place last Sun
day afternoon at Sliarnsbnrg, on the Mont
gomery Pike, which (lid not turn out very
satisfactorily to either side. The "nines"
were termed the "Cart w rights" and "Kick
ers." Tom Cart w right was chosen um
pire. At the end of the second inning he
WttS overcome hv the beat, and after being
laid out in the shade of a blackberry hush
the; game proceeded.
Billy Doyle, of the Police Court, had his
right thumb broken. Sain. Smiley, Police
Court Clerk, was also overcome by the heat
at the end of the fifth inning, and he was
laid out alongside of the umpire. Steve
Mead and Harry Shaffer, who played in the
''Kicker" nine, distinguished themselves by
collaring "llys." Callahan made the only
home-run scored. The ball was knocked a
half mile and lust, thereby breaking up the
The players then embarked in the furni
ture car that conveyed them out, and re
turned to the city." The joke of the matter
was that Smiley and Cart w right, w ho were
lying in the bushes, were entirely forgot
ten, and when they finally came tn yester
day morning about 9 o'clock they were
compelled to "hoof" it to the city.
John A. Brigman has brought suit
against the O. & M. R. R, Co. to recover
$200 damages alleged to have been sus
tained by being struck by one of the de
Pat. McKeown against the Cincinnati
Irish Building Association. Petition for
the appointment of a receiver to take
charge of the assets and affairs of the asso
ciation, and that the association be wound
Drunk George Hoefel, dismissed; John
Cain, $3; Thomas Edwards, Frank Long-
Disorderly Conduct Alice Reynolds,
Mary Stnger, Nicholas Stager, dismissed;
Assault and Battery Paul Newmuler,
David Irwin, Charles Shafer, Emit Alberti,
Andrew Pensing, Ben, Strausc, Frank
Burgeding, Margaret Maddux, continued;
John Matt, dismissed.
Miscellaneous Paul Newmiller. man-
slaughler.continued; Samuel Harnett, John
nowers, vagrancy, continued; John Kyan,
same, ;i0 days; Mary Duffy, Conrad Smith,
same, dismissed; Mollie Stewart, Nettie
Brown, street walking, dismissed; Frank
Fields, Wm. Harris, Woi, Ferris, Martin
Ryan, continued; John Reamer, practising
trick game, dismissed: William Mullen,
obstructing sidewalk, $10; Frank
Long worth, carrying conceded weapons,
dismissed; James Segar, petit larceny, 30
days; John Jessie, peddling w ithout license,
J3; Henry Dieekmann, failing to burn red
light, continued; John Strobei, obstructing
street, continued; Geo. Genau, Joseph Ge
nau, discharging firearms, Aft, continued;
Robert Stewell, incorrigibility, continued;
Charles Edel, attachment, continued.
A complaint by Mr. Rowland in regard
to the damage being done to Hunt street
from Effluent to Woodward streets, by the
fill now being made on the cast side of
Hunt street, was referred to the engineer.
The City Solicitor decided that the steam
ferry between Dayton, Ky., and Hazen
street, this city, could not be established bv
this Board, but would have to be done by
The Water-works Committee were re
quested to inquire into the propriety of re
voking the water privilege of the Zoolog
The contract for the extension of the
wing walls of the Eighth-street bridge was
awarded to Pat. Leary at his bid of
The contract for the improvement of Ful
ton avenue from Nassau street to its present
terminus was awarded to Ludw ig Grower
at his bid of $3,183 80.
The contract for the improvement of
Purcell avenue from Warsaw Pike to Glen
way avenue was also awarded to Grower at
his bid or $8,950 71.
The Clerk was directed to transmit to
Council a resolution to condemn property
for the opening of Alabama street from
Spring Grove avenue to Coleraln avenue.
The Hogan-Bishop case was called before
the District Court to day. Arguments were
made on both sides, and Gov. Bishop was
put on the stand and testified as to the
time when he removed Hoean, and when
he was advised as to the time of Hogan's
A number of questions put by the prose
cution were objected to by the defense,
and the Court sustained them, say
ing that the Court was not in
session to investigate the purposes for
which Hogan was suspended, but to hear
the simple facts in the case.
Hereupon the Court took a recess. As
matters now stand things lcok as if Hogan
will be left in the cold, and the .hopes of
Jim Morgan that he will be Chief of Police
before sundown will be nipped in the bud.
A Sad Case.
On the 18th of last month a voung girl
about twenty years of age was admitted to
the Cincinnati Hospital. She gave the
name of Mrs. Ford, and said her husband
lived in Indiana. A few days ago she gave
birth to a child. She refused to tell the
whereabouts of her friends, but in the de
lirium which followed her confinement she
said her brother-in-law, Henry Fallls, lived
at Vevay. Ind, This gentleman was imme
diately telegraphed to and arrived here
yesterday. He says the unfortunate girl's
name is Emma McCulIough, that she is un
married and lives at Mt. Sterling, Switzer
land County, Ind. She is now in a dying
condition at the Hospital.
Sale of Beer.
During the past month
amount of beer was sold by
Windlsch Muhlhanser & Co
J no. Kmimnnim
ilmirk Ot Wlndlach
Bchatler A Oerke
Qumbrinni Stock fo
Weynnd & Young
Pom A- Schneider
Bohn fc Co
Nlehaua A Khuckhami?r
K hitler Hons
Walker A Co
Rchmidt A Bros
M idler A Schneider
J. t . Broekinan
2 2169$ kegs.
- 7U6a kegs.
The Condensed Lubricating Oil Company
was incorporated to-day, with a capital
stock of $100,000. The incorporators are:
Adolph Mil lochan, Thomas H, Woodworth,
P. M. Moore, A. B. Lewis, Jr., Charles H.
Waters and R. M. Moore, Jr.
The Clio Dramatic Club also filed articles
of incorporation. The capital slock is $200
divided into $2 shares. The incorporators
are W. A. Gregg, H. C. Clabhy, W. H.
Mowletl, D. J. Baldlidge, H. T, Sheehun,
W, E. Dibble, C. Hynsou, H. C. Williams,
B. S. Chambers and Ellis B. Gregg.
Sixty-five and Still a Boy.
Mr. Peter Lauer, of Pearl and Pike streets,
is sixty-five to-day. The celebration of the
event commenced at midnight last night
in a quiet way, and the indications early
Ibis morning were that it would be kept up
till the same hour to-night. Prominent
among the participants were Mr. Nic.
Wolf, Hon. Jack Connolly, Hon. Fred.
Klimper and the V. P. of the Fifth Ward
Building Association, who distinguished
himself by the graceful manner in which
he conducted the chorus and orchestra.
Sanger fest Guarantee Fund.
The following amounts were paid by the
subscribers to the Stengerf est Festival Fund
L. A. Strobe! A Co. $i 26
A. Schwill fc Co :;7 M)
A. W. Frank is 50
F. il niwr. : 25 00
K. Keber (balance) 6 25
Rltsler A Art 6 25
a. Dleterle u 50
Charles Schoenbals 2 50
Tharles I'. Taft 12 50
Times Company 25 on
Moorbrink A Co 37 so
The following was adopted by the police
"Health Department, July 15th, 1879.
"Resolved, That it is with profound sor
row that we learn of the death of our com
rade Andrew Middendorf,
"Resolved, That by the death of Mr. Mid
dendorf society lost one of its best mem
bers, the city a faithful andeflicient officer,
and the Sanitary Force a true and beloved
"Resolved, That we extend to the widow
and orphans of the deceased our heartfelt
sympathy in this the darkest hour of their
"Resolved, That as a token of respect to
the memory of the deceased the Sanitary
Force attend his funeral in a body.
"Resolved, That the Secretary of this
meeting be instructed to foward a copy of
these lesolutious to the widow and family,
and also furnish copies for publication in
the daily press."
Southern Railway Trustees,
At the meeting of the Trustees of the
Southern Railway to-day, Secretary Tatcni
made the following statement of the unex
pended cash balance;
In Safe $327 92
In First National Bunk 2-"fl,592 9
In Third National Hank 221,110 :w
In Merchants' National bank 1,840 M
In American Ex. National llunk, N. Y... 190 62
Total $174,061 90
Mr. Simrall announced that the suit of
Hugh Campbell and E. Cnmmings against
the Trustees of the Southern Railroad had
been dismissed at the cost of the plaintiffs.
Communications were read from G. lious
caren and R. G. Houston & Co. recommend
ing that the opening of the road to traflic
from Somerset to the Cumberland Coal
Mines be postponed until the completion
of the ballasting to such a point as will
affoed good ballast material for the re
mainder of the track South.
In the case of Dr. ("has. A. Miller against
the Directors of the Longview Asylum, the
affidavits of Mr. Fred. Mussey, of the Com
mercial, and Clegg, a reporter of the Ga
zette, were read.
Hon. Senator Forrest was on the stand
and gave evidence as to some telegrams re
ceived. One of them was as follows:
"Cincinnati, May 7.
"Hon. Senator Forrest:
"Will be much obliged if you confirm Dr.
Musoroit John R. McLean."
The evidence is in progress, and the case
will last two or three days.
The Board of Education met last night in
A petition to reinstate Miss Sophia
Euphrat in the schools as teacher was re
ceived and referred to the Trustees of the
The appointment of teachers and princi
pals made by the Trustees were confirmed,
after a great deal of squabbling and ballot
ing. Local Personal.
Mr. L. G. WIesentbal, of the Thomas Or
chestra, left last night for Santa Fe.
Mr. Phil. Kiehborth has just returned
from Vicksburg, where he went to settle
the estate of a deceased relative.
Judge Longworth, of the Common Pleas
Court, was to-day presented by Hon. James
W. Fitzgerald with a beautiful black thorn
cane, which Mr. Fitzgerald had imported
from Queenstown, County Cork.
Shadows of Coming Events.
Theodore Thomas concert at the High
land House this evening, with a fine pro
gramme. The Twenty-second Ward Lincoln Club
will meet at their temporary headquarters
at the corner of Clark and Baymiller streets
The following marriage licouses have been
issued since our last report:
Otto Wiser and Kate Schumacher.
Isaac KI I is and Mary Lewis.
Cnes. Giandorf and Annie Walbapfel.
Fred. Pauhorstand Louisa Maurer.
Andrew Grove, Constable from the
First Ward, has been arrested and will be
tried at 10 o'clock Wednesday before
'Squire Johnson on the charge of oppres
sion in office, preferred by Herman Achten.
The plaintiff claims that Grove seized and
sold property belonging to him which was
exempt from seizure.
Wm. Ferris and Martin Ryan were be
fore Judge Wilson this morning for exhib
iting gaming devices at No. 13-1 Longworth
street. The Court found them guilty, when
a motion for a new trial was filed, which
will he argued to-morrow morning. In the
meantime the defendants will be confined
in the County Jail.
The habeas corpus case of Ed. W.
Morton, ot Texas, to recover the custody of
two children is in progress before Judge
Moore. The wife of Morton, when one of
her sons refused to recognize her in the
Paul Markley, thirty-nine years old,
and a painter by occupation, has been miss
ing from his home, No. SOI Russell street,
Covington, Ky., since the 8th insL It is
supposed be has committed suicide.
Fred. Kemmunn, while in a fight on
Abigail and Pendleton streets, this morn
ing, bad bis leg broken and was taken to
Thermometer at 12 m. to-day 92 dag
in the shade.
The Storm Down Kant.
National Associated Press to the Star.
Montpblieb, Vt., July 15. Last evening
a terrific thunder-storm passed over and
devastated a portion of Northern New
Hampshire and this State. At Wolville,
Bath, Wells River and several other lo
calities considerable damage was done to
buildings and crops, and several persons
were injured by falling debris and hy hail
stones. The wind blew down barns, fences,
and trees, while hailstones fell fully six
inches in circumference, wounding many
persons. Tiie damage is large, but can not
as vet be estimated.
Pennsylvania li reeii backers.
National Associated Press to the Ptnr.
Pittsbchg, July 15 The Greenback Con
vention of this State met at Altoonato-day
to nominate a candidate for Treasurer, the
only office to he tilled in the State this fall.
Ti.e Convention was called to order at 11
o'clock at the Opera-house by Frank P.
Dewees, Chairman of the State Convention.
The Convention is large, and it is thought
will be harmonious. Henry Gary Balrd, of
Philadelphia, will most likely be nominated
for State Treasurer on the first ballot.
A Calf With the Bark On.
Special tn the Star.
Jbfvebsonville, Ind., July 15. A calf
with a genuine dog's head, recently born in
this county, is still alive and growing. It
has the voice of a dog and keeps up such
an incessant barking that the neighbors are
sorry it ever came around. It is owned by
a farmer near Memphis.
Filvkr Lake. July 15. Nearly l$,000 persons
are here to Witness the Courtney-Rtley race this
New Yoke, July 16. Jacob Kcner. leader of
a band, suic.ued to-day from gi .of over his wife's
An infallible remedy for Kevor and Ague
is Ayer's Ague Cure. Wholly vegetable
and containing no quinine, it "is bunnies.
To conceal and eradicate all natural and
other blemishes of the compiexiou, use
Uogan's Magnolia Balm.
YELLOW FEVEB. .
More New Cases In New fodr
General Feeling of Hope iatft
HKHPHIR Peon.! KKCUUtAOEB.
Bpcclal to the suit.
Memphis, July 15. The outlook m tnf
encouraging, and lhe belief is univnal
that no serious trouble is ahead. The anlf
case in the city is the sun of Judge Bjt
who it is believed will recover.
BKATH (IP A PKHR ur.m.
Zach. Bpanldtng, the brave telegraph op
erator, who cuiuc here last year in tL.
midst of the fever aud survived thescourn
died hist evening overcome by the heat
He was employed by the W estern Uniaa
Telegraph Company, and was on duty tin
2:80 p. m., when he gave up, and was deal
at 5 o'clock. He leaves a wife and tn
children. There is already a scarcity ol
telegraph operators here and those wfc
remain are worked very hard.
MORK CAKP.H AT NKW YORE.
National Associated I'resa to the .star.
New York, July lit. The steamer (Jit.
of Merida, from Vera Cruz, and the Wig
ara, from Cuba, were ordered yesterday 1
discharge their cargo at quarantine. 1
Vander, Port Health Olhcer, found a c .
of yellow fever on each vessel. Nine e
sets were in quarantine otT Kobbins i .
last night, including two steamers fr i
Havana, which arrived yesterday aft i
noon. Of the others five are laden v. ti
sugar, two from the same port and two .
IT WAS S0METHI50 EU1R.
"WAsnrNGTorr. I). C, July 15. A teleen.
to the National Board of Health from Wat
Valley, Mississippi, states that the allei
yellow fever case at that point ha. bee.
most thoroughly exatuineu and found no.
to be yellow fever.
Hew York Stock Report
The following shows the range of quotattoai
and the amount of sales totay at the new York
Stock Exchange, as received by Lea, Sterrelt Ada.
28 West Third street:
3 I 5? Q I
f i i f H
I f g I s
W.Vnloa 90 9014 89H MM 10.IM
Pacific Mail II1, UVt H U an
N. Y. Cent Wty. 11SH. llSli
Del., L. & West... 67; .; 57', 57,14 57K t.ta
Erie Railway 27VJ 27 n MM
Lake Shore 741 75'', 74 71 ILMI
Clev. & Pitts.. 99 99 99 W U
Northwestern 67V. ssjj my, MM a,m
do pref 971 97" Kit 97V; 5.900
Rock Island v 138", 138 lShJ l,0
St Paul - SOU M 8J& 84. 29,9
do pref VJ 9:) 93 mm
Wabash 36 3SU .S
Ohio A Miss. H'J lb'4 14 15 1,109
Union Pacific WM "ti 76 70 an
Fort Wayne W9W
Han. 4 St Joe. ... w!i ls'i 18 lsli 1.SM
Mich. Central 77J4 78! 77H TP, Xm
Chicago & Alton. 8ri 81 85 85 OB
C, C.,C. 41 51 51M 51 51V Mt
Jersey Central 51 '4 51 50 51 G.71B
Del. 4 Hudson... 10 47S 40 7 EM
Mor. 4 Essex 90.1-,! 90S-, 90 90
Total shares reported sold..
HIGHLAND HOUSE BELVEDERE.
FRANK HARFF ..PTopriea
Summer- Nigrlit Concerts.
TUESDAY RIGHT, July 15th.
THEODORE THOMAS ..Director.
With his entire Orchestra, 50 Perforator.
Pomilar prices of iiilniissioii, 25c. Deserved Kali
10c extra. Seats are now lor sate at John Church
4 Co. 's Music Store. These concerts cotitina.
every Tuesday and Friday nights until October
Strpct-car Facilities Take Green Line Cusaaf
special Cars of Red and blue l.itiea
Grand Free Concert
EVERY NIGHT AND SUNDAY AFTKKKtXMt,
Given by the World-renowned
German llcil llnssnr Military Bmm!
Under toe direction of Mr. K. HermK, leader.
The best kind of Laccr Beer, fine Liauors. Ac
will be served by attentive waiters.
Kespeciiuiiy, j. Buiini, iTrtprtrioT.
Grand Free Bnl!onn Ascension will take
on Sunday, July 20th. jy&-Tu,ThUXf
GRAND EXTRA CONCEB1
GERMAN MILITARY BAND,
CARI, BEYER, Director.
March Trlumnh: Overture. 11 Manic Flute:"
Overture, "Tannlianser;" Largo from Sonata Ma
2 (lleethoveti); Introduction, " Lorely " (Hex.
178 Vine. Opposite Arcade
Fools daily on all important eTcnta.
Iyl4-Wt T. J. SMITH, Manager.
TTOB SALE OROCEEY Stock nd Bxlurc.nl
17 a retail grocery; also hnre aud wagon, r-'ot
particulars inquire 1 210 Walnut street
I.iOR SA LE RESTAURANT At Bpr nraeld.
. Ohio. Good chance for a man ol business aae
small capital. Reason for selling, owner desirat
to retire. Address J. R. T., Box 917, Spriustielrl
IiOR BALE BOAT The angle acnH, ope
working boat Quaker. Forparticuiiir inamnj
at BARBER'S BOAT-HOUSE, Licking River,
A. c. BANKS, Evening Btab office. jyl. a
SAT.K. flood roiitn on this naiier. In-
qnfrg at this oBc. at :1 o'cloca. tr
"WINS, MINERALS, FOSSILS, RELICS, Cl'Kt
J OSITIEs. Send stamp, for price-lists. ttK&
CKU, 117 Central avenue. jyl4 tf
HI NT1NI1. TRAPPING. FISHING, PREPAR
ING furs, tfitintng sporting docs, how (
tench horses, dogs, 4c, arousing and wonderl.1
tricks. Only ll)e. J ESS 8 HANEY 4 CO, I
Nassau street. New York.
ri'IIK BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUT
J. the Domestic, Singer. White, American, Haw
Weed, or any kind of Sewin Machines a at
WIR8ISG 4 MARSHALL'S, 329 Elm street, war
Court All kinds of BowiQI Machines repaired.
GIOOD PHOTOGRAPHS AN' I) FER.KBOTYPIM
r made in all kinds ol weather at KELLY'S
Gallery, IOC. W. 5th st. bet. Elm and Plum.
1TOR RENT, OR LEASE, OR SAMC-tt'ilaH
JT AND COAL ELEVATOR Southwest ooraot
oi Front ;iiid Harriet street.
WULSIN 4 WORTHINGTOH,
it; , West Third BbMt,
JCLV 14lh, 187. JjHKa