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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
VOL. 2 NO. 181. MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT
EDISON'S NEW INFANT.
An Artifioial Baby Made to Walk,
Talk and Play.
Electricity tlic Moving Cnnso Object,
to HnnpJy the Wants or Childless
New York, Juno 20. Macon, tho correspondent
of tho Virginia City Chroniolo,
claims that ho has seen tho wonderful invention
i description of which ho sends
his paper. His account runs as follows :
Just prior to Mr. Edison's removal from
Mcnlo Park to this city, ho completed and
successfully oporatod his mochanical baby.
For some months past Mr. Edison has been
dovoting a portion of his timoto tho invention
of this household requisite m order to
meet tho wants of thoso who are unfortunate
in that which is written, M Thou shalt
multiply and replenish tho earth."
"It is not unfrequontly the case," said
Mr. Edison, "that tho husbund nnd wife
aro at homo ' to a seloct numbor of friends,
and .in that homo whero ohildron aro unknown,
they aro borrowed ' from a neighbor,
for, as you know," addressing a largo
nuinbjr of goodly mothors present, " no
household is comploto without the presence
of a baby. It was with a view to meet the
wants of this class of unfortunato wedded
pairs that I set to work and completed
what you boo boforo you a mechanical
" Thero arises a question," continued Mr.
0., ' as to whethor all persons would
want tho samo sized baby that is, as
you ceo my smallost ono there is my
creeping laby so I havo overcome this
obstaclo by making two sizes, one to
reprcsont a baby nino months old, and the
other, two years. Now," concluded Mr.
Edison, " if you will all stand close to the
wall and mako tho floor clear, I will show
you what my little creeper can do."
Accordingly the floor was cleared and
tholittlo midget was taken from
its placo on tho tabic, and laid upon its
back upon tho floor. Tho battery wires
connecting it were charged with a powerful
current of electricity. All was quiet
for a half minuto, when tho baby rolled
over on its face and uttorod a faint cry of
"Mamma." Almost instantly it gathered
itself up on its hands nnd
knees and started to creep acrosi
tho floor. Twico it raised itsolf
up on ono hand and rubbed its eyes, saying,
"Mamma, mamma;" creeping a littlo
further it stopped, buriod Its head Yery
naturally in its arms on the floor and cried
quite lustily. At this stage tho iitcoharaism
revorses it and a chair was placed in front
of it; very soon it slowly got upon it feet,
placed its little hands on the seat of tho
chair and started, pushing "it across tho
floor, laughing its infantile lnugh with nil
tho grace imaginable. Reaching the opposite
side of tho room it stopped, sat down
nnd rolled nvor on the floor and apparently
wont to sleep. It was too natural and lifelike,
and it certainly was astounding to the
spectators. There was momentary alienee
and the cries of " wonderful I wonderful 1 "
broke from tho lips of all present, and ono
goodly matron cried " hush, hush, you
might wake tho littlo sleeper."
After considerable talk was indulged in
by thoso present, the floor was again
cleared, and the "two-year-old" was
taken, seated in n Hi tie chair, und the
battery-wires connectod. It was not long
until it commonccd its little pranks about
tho room. Its first duty seemed to bo
after giving it tho let ered blocks that of
sitting down on tho floor and spoiling its
nawo, " A-l-v-a," out of tho box. He did
this nicoly. After repeating the littlo
prayer of " Now I lay me down to Bleep,'"
it jumped up and giu to tho door and said
" tome in," after w uich it returned to the
blocks, built a pyramid aud then
tumbled them over, laughing heartily
and very naturally. A toy
piano was placed before it, and
after lowering a few chords, it lisped in
childish accents tho Sunday-school song,
"Jssus pf Nazeroth is passing By." It was
then given a doll baby, and, taking it
mothorllko in its littlo arms, it crossed the
floor to a miniature cradle, and placing it
boneath a littlo coverlet, it sang a sweet
and plaintive lullaby, and to all intents
and purposes, rooked the silent, china-headed
thing to sleep. Shortly after this
it gave a "yawn " und said " mamma, I'so
s'eepy," and laid down, and closing its
little blue oyos, was, seemingly lost in
tho rovelry of childish dreamB. Tho performances
of "Alva" aro truly wonderful
and almost beyond the beliof of oven
thoso who witnessed the evolutions. Tho
machinery used to accomplish part of tho
work, is very simple, yet to somo extent
complicated. Tho power of Bpeoch is obtained
by dollcato mombrano fisuro tubes
which act in unison with twolvo sets of
finely constructed reeds, tho whole worked
by tho action of little bollows, operated by
electricity and The momentum
of the body is formed by elovators and
weights, propelled by spring power.
When the machinery is put in
motion and tho eleotrio fluid is
sent into tho figure, each part of its functions
are operated just tho samo as tho
hands on a dial. It requires oxpertness to
arrange caoh department accurately as,
placing tho blocks tho correct distance
from tho chair knowing just tho time to
placo tho toy piano in front of it, oto. ; all
thoso can soon be learned after a few trials.
Mr. Edison is highly pleased with his success.
One groat advantage in them you
need no nurse, and only uso thorn when in
a baby humor. Mr. Edison has given a
contract to ono of our leading doll firms for
Adulterations Found In " Pare " Tea,
CoflTeo and Spices.
Cuioaoo, June 20. ProC J. II. Long, oi
the Chicago Modioal Colloge, visited all tho
grooery shops on State streot, between 12th
'and 20th, a short time since, and purchased
at caoh a email parcel of cheap grade tea
and another of coffee, all of which ho analyzed.
The tea in almost every case was adulterated,
fully 10 per cent of it bolng wild
roBO and willow leaves, which, tho professor
says, nro favorite material for
owing to their similarity to tho tea
leaf. The adulteration is dono principally
previous to tho shipment of the tea. the
wild roso and willow leaves being mixed
in the chests along with tho genuine article,
so that by tho time the consignment
hus reached the dealer it is pretty hard to
detect the adulteration otherwise than by
an elaborate analysis.
The adulteration of coffee takes placo in
tho store of tho rcta'lcr. It can only be
dono in tho cao of coflce being sold ready
ground, as nothing has been found yet to
resemble tho genuine berry. Tho samples
of ground cotfeo analyzed by Prof. Long
were found, with very few exceptions, to
contain a certain quota of chopped-up peas,
tho adultorattou in each saiuplo varying
from 7 to 15 per cent.
Various kinds of spices came in for a
shaie of Prof. Long's attention, and were
found to be more or less adulterated. In
ginger wero discovered secretions of wheat
flour, corn-meal, cayenno pepper, mustard
husks, and' ground rico. Tho percentage of
adulteration in somo cases was as high as
18 per tent.
One pnekago of alleged popper was found
to bo merely " pepper dust " (tho sweepings
from pepper warehouses), and ten
others were plentifully mixed with pen,
wheat nnd oat flour. Of eight samples of
mustard examined, tbreo woro pure and
five adulterated. The lattor were mixed
with flour, and colored with tumeric. The
favorite adulteration in cloves seemed to
be ground cocoanut shell and scorched
meal, one of the samples being adulterated
to the oxtcat of lifty per cent.
Little or no real cinnamon is sold In Chicago,
tho substitute .being " cassia bark,"
which has the appcaranco of cinnamon,
though it is far from being the samo thing.
The are not oven content
with practicing this deception, no several
of the samples of so-called cinnamon tested
by Prof. Long were found to contain quantities
of cocoanut shells and cayonnc pepper.
The Facilities lor I'littinc SIoiiroUiui
Acrnu tho Northern Ilordcr.
WAsiuaTON, June 20. It has been
claimed by people on the Pacific
Const that Chinoso laborers in British Co
lumbia wero smuggled across tho frontier ,
In violation of the act of May 0, 1 882, ox-
eluding Chinese immigrants from the United
States, and at tho request of Representatives
Rosecrans and Berry, of California,
and Senator Jones, of Novada, Secretary
Folgcr ordered a special agent to
the frontier to inquire and rnako a report
on the number, calling aud location of the
Chinese in British Columbia, and tho possibility
of their entering this count y as
charged. This report has juit been received.
It places the number of Chineso in
British Columbia at 10,000. They aro
chiefly employed in the construction of tho
Canadian raoiho railway, nt tlic 'fisheries I
and at the minos. about 0,000 coolies being
engaged in railroad construction alone. Thu
agont says it is possible, but not likely,
that if tho British Columbia Chinamon
taxed thoir ingenuity, a lauding by canoo
or small soil boat could be efTcctod on the
sparsely settled islands dotting Pugct i
Bound, or in Washington Torrltory by crossing
tho Strait of San Juan do Fuca, but
any such attompt, to bo successful, would
requiro tho of white people,
which is not likely to be extended unless a
radical chango of sentiment takes plaoo on
the Chineso immigration question. A
straggler seeking entrance by tho islands
would certainly bo disoovorod, and before
he could reach a settlement, or if the entrance
was attempted by crossing the
straits, a range of mountains extending
along the north coast of Washington Territory
would prove an insuporable barrier.
The facilities for land travel are confined
to fivo trails, but these are all guarded by
mounted custom officers oxcopt that leading
from Fort Hope. I). (J., to tho Skagit minec
in Washington Territory. The whites there
are hostile to the Chinese, and would
promptly notify the authofltios. The contractors
engaged in the construction of the
Canadian Paoifio assured the agent that
(heir only losses of Chineso laborors are
by death, nono by desertion. The agent admits
that a few adventurous stragglers may
ovado tho oustomi officers, but ho says no
organized effort to cross tho frontior is apprehended
until the completion of the
Canadian Paoifio, and the men engaged
thereon are compelled to seek work elsewhere.
The road cannot be finished.howover,
until 1886 or 1887. The agent claims that
having paid close attention to the opportunities
and possibilities of infraction of
tho Chinese act since its passage, ho can,
without foar of truthful contradiction, aver
that no Chinese from British Columbia
havo entered Washington Territory or
Orogon without tho production of proof of
professional or mercantile avocation, or
proof of provious residence in tho United
States, as required by the regulations of
the Treasury Department.
To insure redoubled vigilance tho agent
recommends that tho department issus
special instructions to the commander of
tho revenue cutter Wolcott to excrciso
special vigilanco in preventing tho unauthorized
entrance of Chineso by water.
The present force of oiutom house ofiioors
he considers ample to deal with the Chinos
New York' Homo Know.
New York, June 20. All the arrangements
aro now comploto, so far as can be,
?or tho holding of the first exhibition of the
National Horso Show Association in
next The obstaole which is at prosent
in tho way is the obtaining of the most desirable
location for the show. Tho subject
is engaging the best attention of tho executive
committee, who hope to spc'odJtly an
nounce where the show will be held.
THE 01 DEMOCRATS.
Ono of tho Largest and Most Interesting
Cimdldntps for Governor on Ifantl
and Energetically Kiimiortlnsr the
EM'ortH or Their KntliiiNlnstic
mid Ward In 'tlic
Columbus, Juno 20. Evory train brings
largo reinforcements for tho convention.
Last night the hotels were full, but more
and more como to risk tho clianoo of a cot,
or sup or walking tho strootsall night
The indications aro that the convention
will be the largest in the history of the
party. Tho hotels wero all filled beforo
one third of the delegates had arrived.
Houdty is receiving his friends to-day in
his room at tho Neil, while Ward, Goddcs
and Denver aro circulating through the
Hoadly is very confident of his nomination
on tho first ballot. Ills friends now in
tho city are claiming this beyond doubt.
On tho other hand there hus been a strong
undercurrent of feeling in favor of Ward,
and Dtirbin, who was decidedly in the
yesterday, seems to bo holding
the same position to-day. Hondly'B
strength will all develop on the first ballot,
and if ho is not nominated then tlieic doos
not scorn to bo much doubt of his ultimate
Geddcs told your correspondent this
morning that his outlook was more encouraging
than over before. Ho will have
considerable strength' on the first ballot,
which, if tho proper time arrived, will be
transferred to Ward, scouring tho lattor's
nomination on tho second ballot. Denver
is not much spokon of. The unexpected
strength of Ward in tho Cincinnati delegation
is regarded as unfavorable by tho
Hoadly' a nomination will give John II.
Farley, of Clevelrntl, the Bocond place.
Otherwise John A. Shank, of Cincinnati,
will Bccurc it.
Tho leaders say the platform will he
short; will not rofer to the Scott Bill ; will
declnro against all sumptuary legislation;
demand a tariff for rovoaue so arranged as
to provido equitable protection without
encouraging monopolies, and will demand
a constitutional amendment allowing judi.
Ward's friends aroi more confident than
ever of his nomination, saying a dividel
delegation from Cincinnati will bread
Hoadly's solid support from Cleveland.
THE DUDE'S QUEEN.
I. Milan Itnssoll'it 3lnmmn nefemin f ha
Eceentricitiei of aicr Untitling
Nkw York, Juno 20. Henderson, of the
Stnndard Theater, who holds a contract
with Lillian Russell, has taken such steps
as will provent hor singing in England
Set oral amusing facts have turnod up
relative to the departuro of "Mr. and Mrs,
Salomon and maid." It appears that Salomon
paid for the passage with a check of t
New York firm for 180, which on presentation
was marked "N. F." and returned
The Monarch line officials were alarmed
and wero on the point of cabling for his
arrest, but the following day the check was
Mrs. Cynthia Leonard has written a letter
in which she says :
Miss Russell is not disposed to be dishonest.
I think, howovor, alio has oome to
tho conclusion that honesty docs not pay
when she has dishonesty to contend with.
SIk? pawned her diamonds at Lindos for
JvJOO nnd paid that amount in
advance. Every attempt was made to
blackmail her by men who claimed to be of
great importanco. Diamond frauds wore
undertaken, and almost every ono who
cauio to her Boomed bent upon extracting
money. She nt last came to look upon the
commercial world as a legalized swindle.
After leaving home sho was soon convinced
by Salomon and Stephens that there was no
money in paying debts and much in sailing
for Europe, especially as sho had to dofray
the expenses of the entiro party over.
If Miss Russoll had not boon a great attraction
at tho Casino, McCaull would
never have givon her $300 per week when
he could fill tho post for $100. McCaull
hires his people espcolally to make money
out of thorn, and nevor treats any one of
them with civility who will onduro incivility
from him. Ho seems to forget that
his pooplo are white. Most of the young
men whom he calls 'dudes,' who frequent
the Casino, are stockholders in tho McCaull
Opera Company in a small way, having
paid in a few hundrod dollars, the dividend
returned being an introduction to tho
women on the stago and a promiso to make
thorn solid with tho same. 'Consequently
those whom ho can not manago easily he
prono.incos fractious and unmanageable.
Miss Russell's popularity did not dopend
upon the young or old men of Now lork.
Sho had as many admirors among womon
as men, and while sho was ill last winter
many of tho baskots of fruit, flowors,
and wine came from ladies some
oi tho finest ladies in the city. Her
popularity camo of real merit, and boforo
she over oamo to New York sho sang olassio
and oporatie musio that called forth criticisms
in tho Chioago papers that would
havo been flattering to a prima donna in
grand opera. I am not surprised, however,
that sho is underrated now as sho has dono
herself the Inluitioo to sing nothing but
Salomon's trashy musio sinse her roturn to
the stage, particularly in concert, where
she shouldhave renderod herbeat efforts
to tho 'public. Sho will probably see her
Had Miss'Itussoll paid her oroditors now,
Salomon and .Stephens could not havo gone
to Europe Howovor 1 think sho will become
wiser soon, and probably return to
fill hor engagements with Honderson aud
pay hor bills and costumors. When sho seas
fit to sing tho class of musio adapted to
tho puro quality of her voice the public
will bo again ready to acknowledge her
AN ELECTRIC BRAKE
Which Can Ho Applied to TrctR.
Chicago, Juno 20. Tho Chicago Railwny
Exposition is proving of incalculable advantage
to tho railroads of tho country.
Tho numbor of now and useful invention-exhibited
has beon simply astonishing.
From 12,000 to 15,000 visitors havo
daily. Notwithstanding ail this
tho press of Chicago has acted in a very
mango mnnnor toward exhibitors who
havo expended tlmo and money preparing
for this oxposltlon. Not n lino has been
published oxcept that which hus been paid
for at high rates. This is in striking contrast
with tho cntcrpriso of Cincinnati and
Loulsvillo newspapers. When expositions
havo been hold in thoso cities tho
havo vied with caoh other in
fiapcrs reports of meritorious invention1).
Thero is no lack of matorial for this kind
of work at Chioago. Take, for instance,
simply tho west wing of the Annex Building,
whoro the Westinghouso Signal Switch
Systom, controlled by electricity, finds a
strong competitor in the American
Systom of Boston. Hore, too, among
othor things of groat valuo, is to be found
an invontion which has devoloped an entirely
now and praoticalse for electricity
the Waldumcr EloctrJe Brako for railway
cars, either pasionger or freight. A
train, one-fourth size cars, is daily run
with a small locomotive, on a track 200
feet long, and tho brakes applod by electricity.
It is the invontion of A.L. Duwelins,
of Cincinnati, Ohio, and is a continuous
brako systom undor the control of tho engineer
on tho locomotivo, and operated by
him exactly as the air-brake now is, the
electrio current, gencratod by a dynamo
machine on tho locomotivo, bolng sent along
wires stretched tho whole length of tho
train, witli proper couplings, instead of
forcing compressed air through tubes.
The apparent advantages are, no danger of
leakage, a moro uniform application, every
throughout the train feeling the
influence of power at tho gamo instant of
time, and also, since a current of electricity
can bo carried as far as a wiro can be
stretched, that any length freight trains
can bo controlled by the engineer. In
passenger cars tho stop is automatic, in
caso of HCpnration of tho parts of tho
train. In fi eight cars thoro is a storage,
cell placed in the caboose, whicli enable'
tho conductor to handle the train from tho
rear, in case of necessity.
Should there bo a separation of tho cars
of a freight train a bell rings in tho
to notify the engineer, nnd ono for
tlic onductor in tho caboose. Not one lino
has appeared in any Chicago newspaper
alwitt this wonderful invention, except in
the Railway Review, and yet this part of
tho Exposition building ia literally jammed
with interested xnininers whenever the
train is put in operation.
IiuportHiit nnd Probably true.
AVasmngtox, June 20. A reporter on
tho Washington Republican has had a
spicy intcrviow with PostinaBter Qonoial
"General Grosham, I am told that from
two to of tho nowspapois
mailed by private citizons never reach
their destination. How do you account foi
it?" said the correspondent to tho Postmaster
" You surpriso mo by tho statement. As
you have intervlowed me soveral time since
I came to Washington, lot me interview
you. How do you get your information
about nowspapois ?"
From talking to a great many people,
and from porsonal experience. In my business
I am necessarily compelled to send otf
quite a numbor of newspapers. I know
that at least one-third of them nover reach
the parties to whom they are mailed."
" Well, what do you think is the reason?"'
" I attribute the failuio to the gross
of tho poatoffipo officials. A
in thoir mind is a very small thing,
and it 1b handled accordingly. If tho address
is in the least unintolligont, no cflbrt
is inado to decipher it, aud it is tosied on
tho floor, and if tho wrapper happens to be
torn it shares Jtho same fate. Then I believe
that as a general rule postmasters
and olcrka have no consoleutious scruples
in tearing open and reading any paper
they ploaso that passes through their
Qnccn Victoria's Hcnltn.
London, Juno 20". This week's Truth
prints tho following in regard to tho condition
of tho Queen: Tho Queen, for two
months, hns been in a stato of mild melancholia,
which, in tho courso of time, if not
rcliovod, will probably becomo very difficult
to treat. Her condition has naturally
caiuod great anxiety becauso of tho tendencies
of her family. Her Majosty and
Princess Beatrice will, in the autumn, go
to tho vicinity of Florence, Italy, whero
thoy will remain two months.
Folser'a IMfo Threatened.
Washington, Juno 20. Tho Star says it
has learned that Goorgo Albert Mason, recently
released from the Albany Penitentiary,
has threatened to assassinate Secretary
Folger, on the ground that the
Treasury Dopartmont refused to grant a
claim for damages for false imprisonment.
Tho threats hayo reached the ears of the
Soaretary, anU, as the report comes from a
reliable source, grave foars are extortalntd
that Mason may oarry out his intention, as
be is known to be a very dangerous man.
CONDENSED NEWS. I
A rosTomcE has been established at
Jaggor, Hardin county, Ohio.
The postoffico at Mayhlll, Wolls county,
Ind., has been abolished.
Glanders is reported to provail to Borne
extent among horses In Macan and Piatt
Young cattle In largo numbers are being
shipped from Iowa to Montana, as the ''
oleus for great herds.
Colonel Biddlk lias arrived at Tucson
with five Mexican women rescued from the
Apaches by General Crook.
The old Pacific roads have decided to
make a reduction of one day in the time con- '
sumed between Omaha ,and San Francisco.
People boating on Findlay's lnkc, In the
westein corner of New York, report seeing
a scaly serpent with a body as largo ns that
of an average man.
Governor Butler has accepted an invitation
from the President and fellows of
Harvard Collego to bo present at commencement
At Bay St. Louis, La., Philip Bandeau
and M. Odom, wh le standing under the
shade of a smnll pine tree disputing over a
small account, were killed by lightning.
Manning J. Logan, a son of Senntor Logan,
has been appointed by the Piesident a
cadot at large to tho West Point Military
Jamks G. Randall has resigned as
Assistant Superintendent of tho Reform
Sohooi at Lancaster, Ohio, on account Of
troublo with Superintendent Douglass.
The chairman of tho Pennsylvania Democratic
State Central Committco has issued .,
ta call for a mooting of tho Stato Convention
at Harrisburg on August 1.
The widow of Senator Morton is at Rich- i
mond, Indiana, after residing a year in
England, and spending two years with tho
family of Genoral Lew Wallace nt Constantinople.
The watch and chain of Judge McComas
bavo been recovered from tho rcnegado
Indians in Arizona, and thoro is a fair pros- t K
pect that tho stolen boy will soon be
brought in. ,
A loaded revolver, with seven chambers,
.vas received at tho Dendlettcr Oflicc. It
was mailed at Havana, 111., and is the only
instance of such an article being placed iit
A woman calling herself Madam Carlyle
han absconded from Montreal, leaving considerable
debts. She came from Now York
and opened a grand polytechnic institute
At Cleveland, Eddie Ryder, nged fourteen,
whilo in bathing in tho Cuyahoga
river, began to struggle, and his brother
Charles 1L, age jumped into
assist him and both drowned.
Wono Ching Foo, editor of tho Chinese
American, is in jnil on a charge of libel,
brought against him by Clmu Pau Tipp.
Tho plaintiu" wns rotorred to in Foo's paper
as a criminal and thiol', and wants $25,000
Cu'tain of tho steamer Tropic,
just from Port Antonio, Jamaica, says tho
Haytiau Government made an attack on
Mirngoano from the sea und wero repulsed
with a loss of two vossela nnd many men.
Tho rebels have captured Jncinct and havo
possession of nearly all tho western coast.
II. Clay Salle, hailing from No. 117
Stato streot, Chioago, has victimized soveral
peoplo in Wilmington, N. J., by borrowing
money and giving in exchange drafts on
Western banks, which aro coming back
dishonored. He has left, it is supposed,
for Philadelphia or New York.
At Albany, N. Y., the steamboat express
train, owing to a misplaced switch, ran
into a siding and struck a box car under
which John Wallace, a master mechanic,
and William Hayner, tho yardmnster of
the Delaware & Hudson Canal Company,
wore repairing the track. Tho two men
woro killed and the engine wrecked.
Frederick Laytox, a pork packer of
wealth, has determined to build an art gallery
at a cost of $100,000, and present it to
the city of Milwaukee. There will be no
conditions attached to tho gift, Mr. Lay-ton
has left for Europe, with Alexander
Mitchell to study the management and
architecture of foreign art buildings.
Department clerks are reported to be
raising a fund to prevent tho renomination
of Congressman Cannon, of Illinois, because
he was the originator of tho clause
in tho last Appropriation bill which
thorn, to work until four o'clock, instead
of closing at threo, as formerly during
the warm season.
Martjx BRoniEY, a farmer fiom Now
Haven, Mich., was beaten to death at West
Owosso, by Jack Pbolps or Phillips and
Arthur Steinhoff, two individuals who had
boen on a hoavy carouso. Meeting
on the streot they struck him. and
then ohasod him. Owing to tho
was unable to find protection, and was
ovortaken and boaten insensible, dying
soon aftor tho ruffians loft him.
Xormnl College Examinations.
New York, Juno 20. Ten hundred and
fifteen girls wero examined for admission
to the Normal Collego this year. Nino
hundred and sixty-four passed tho examination
successfully. This is 05 per cent,
nearly, and a vory largo and unusual percentage.
President Huntor thinks it shows
that tho courso of study at tho schools is not
too rigorous, f
Cincinnati. June 20. This aftornoon tho
foundation for the monument to Hcokor, in
"Waihington Park, was laid. The unveiling
on Tuesday will be conducted with
groat ceremony, Albort Springer will pre-cent
tho monument to tho city and Mayor
Btephtno will reply. , t. jr