The Cincinnati Enquirer
July 21, 1895
submitted by Heather Hargis
transcribed by Linda Boorom 7/05

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ANALYSIS by Prof. Fennel guarabtees Parnmertons Old Jordon Bourbon. 345 W. 6th.

Piano and Zither teacher. 25 c. 252 W. 4th.

TRY the Home Steam Laundry, 45 Arcade.

SMITH - APPLEGATE - At Bellevue, Ky., July 17, 1895, by Rev. Wm. B. Ryan, Cas. J. Smith, of Price Hill, to Birdie Belle Applegate, of Bellevue, Ky., formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio.
HAMOND - To Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Hamon (nee Anna E. Scissiger), a son. Thanks to Mrks Kate Sper?.
DUGAN - William Dugan, the beloved husband of Annie Dugan (nee Annie Fallon), who departed this life July 19, Friday morning, at 2 o'clock, at his residence, 512 G;adstone av. Requiem mass Monday morning at 9 o'clock at Holy Angels' Church.

GATES -  Mrs. Mary A. Gates, wife of George W. Gates, deceased, in her 79th year, June 25. buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Portsmouth, Ohio.

GRAY - In covington, July 20, James Gray, aged 68 years. Funeral from residence, 80 W. Fifteenth st., Monday morning, 10 o'clock. Kindly omit flowers.

KILMARTIN - Ella, daughter of Patrick and the late anna Kilmartin, Saturday, July 20, at 4:15 a. m. at her residence, 43 Hathaway st. Will be buried Monday morning at 9 o'clock, from St. Patrick's Church.

KEYGON - Friday, July 19, Miss Susan Keygon, in her ?8th year. funeral fro mher late residence, 48 Durrell av., Monday, July 22, at 8:30 a. m.

MUNRATH - At 11:30 a. m., on Friday, July 19, 1895, after a lingering illness, Madgalena, widow of the late Philip Munrath, aged 72 years and 7 months. Funeral takes place Monday morning from late residence, No. 2804 w. sixth st. at 7:30 o'clock. High mass at Mary of Help Church at 8:30 o'clock. Friends invited without further notice.

MOORBRINK - J. F. Moorbrink, aged 54 years 5 moths 4 days, after a lingering illness. Solemn high mass at St. Francis de Sales's Church, Wlanut Hills, at 9 o'clock Monday morning. Friends invited. Carriages leave B. Schroer's 308 Sycamore st., at 7:30 (Tel. 202).

MORAN - In Covington, July 19, James, infant son of Thomas and Maggie Moran. Funeral from residence, 126 E. Eleventh st., to-day, at 3 p. m.

PARRY - Mary Parry, aged 66 years, Friday, July 19, at 10 p. m., of astha of the heart, at her late residence, 229 York st., Newport. Funeral Monday at the First Presbyterian Church, Newport, at 3 p. m. [Malden (Mass.) papers please copy.]

QUINN - Saturday, July 20, at his late residence, No. 15 Fosdick st., Mt. Auburn, James J. Quinn, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Quinn. funeral, with requiem high mass at Cathedral, Monday morning, at 8 o'clock.

SCHAEFER - Jennie, infant daughter of Max and Mary Schaefer (nee Heyn), July 19, 12 p. m.; age 11 months. funeral from residence, 538 Findlay st., sunday, 1:45 p. m. Burial private.

SCHERMAN - Entered into spirit life, Edward, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scherman, aged 7 years. Funeral Monday, 22, at 2 p. m., from residence, 26 Halstead st.

SCHWENKER - Eric Henry, son of E. H. and Alvena Schwenker, aged 5 years and 7 months. Funeral from residence, 70 Scioto st., 2 p. m., Monday, 22d inst. Burial private.

VON SEELEN - July 17, at 9 p. m., Wilhelmine von Seelen, aged 6? years 8 months and  20 days. Burial Sunday, July 21, at 2 p. m. from Third German Protestandt Church, Walnut st., bet. Eighth and Ninth st.s Friends invited.

WALTER - Mrs. Louisa Walter (nee Etter), Friday, July 19, at 10 a. m., at her residence at ?2? E. Pearl, at the age of 59 years and 2 months. funeral Sunday July 21, at 2 p. m.

In Memory
  Of Charles Herbert, died July 16, 1894.
Yes, peaceful was they life, and death
  Came with a gentle stride,
And whispered with his icy breath
  "No longer here abide."

Thy spirit hailed the silent guest'
  Who came in dead of night.
Obedient to his stern behest,
  Thy pure sould took its flight.

And though I stand with downcast heart
 Beside they sable bier,
My aching eyes refues to shed
  Thy tributary tear.

For in thy narrow house at last
  Your earthly troubles cease;
And joy and grief alike are past--
  Oblivion brings thee peace.

Yet to they tomb I fain would bring
  This simple immortelle,
The last, sincerest offering--
  A true friend's sad farewell.

In Memory
Of our dear brother, John McDonough, who died July 19, 1893.

Two long years have passed away,
Two long years since that fatal day,
When one we loved and dearly prized
Lay cold in death before our eyes.

O brother, thour art missed by many
  Needy ones who turn to the!
For thy heart was ever willing,
  And they hand to give was free.

The parting which we gave to thee
  We never can forget,
Nor soothe those pungs of woe,
  Deep in our sad hearts yet.

By his sisters, Katie, Mrs. H. Ante, Mrs. J. Murphy

Card of Thanks
  I hereby tneder my heartfelt thanks to all friends and relatives who attended the funeral of my beloved son, Fred G. Woerthwien; to Rev. Elsenlohr for his expressive funeral sermon; the undertaker, joseph Schrieber, for his careful attendance; the Golden rule Mutual Aid Society and the K. of P. Texas Lodge No. 34 for their sympathy shown at the hour of my bereavement.


Card of Thanks
  We wish to extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many friends of the family for the sympathy shown us in the sad loss of our daughter Nancy; also to Dr. Secondorf, to the minister and to the undertaker, John. J. Radel for his efficient work and many favors.
                                MR. AND MRS. JOHN BEIERLE
Card of Thanks
 I  hereby tender my sincere thanks to the Police Department for their magnificent floral offerings; to the pallberers; to Rev. Conner of the Cathedral; to Mr. J. J. Sullivan, the undertaker, and to the many friends for their kind attention in my late bereavement.
Card of Thanks
  We wish to extend thanks to our many firends for the sympathy shown to us in the loss of our dear sister, Mrs. D. J. Kelly (nee Bohan); also to the employes of G. Geratle & Co. for their floral tribute; also to Mrs. J. Busch, the Rev. Father Brady, J. Gilligan, undertaker, and pallbearers.


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