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CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 429 - 433

COURTS (Cont'd)

"The PLAIN DEALER cannot distinguish between ordinary gambling and the paying of $50 for a 50 cent cake, and a chance to get a 50 cent ring, as happens in the 'Church Fair or Festival.'

...Our logic drives us to...one of these alternatives: Either the PLAIN DEALER is wrong in this matter, or the Democratic party of which it professes to be an organ, is a great aggregation of fools or of knaves."

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• Malanchthon Barnett will be foreman of the

429 - DTD Nov. 1:3/1 Cuyahoga grand jury.

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Ohio

DTD Mar. 6; ed:2/1 · See Politics & Government - Ohio

don says:

430 · DTD Apr. 17; ed:2/3 - In a letter to the editor, Geauga of Char- •

The county district court convened today with Judge Ranney presiding, he being assisted by Judges Hitchcock and Belden. Judge Day has not appeared owing to the death of his wife. His absence prevented the hearing of two important cases. Another important case was confined until the next session for want of a jury.

"The District Court gives general satisfaction to all concerned. Judge Ranney presides with dignigy and ability, and the court as now constituted, is one which will inspire respect and confidence."

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431 · DTD Sept. 14:3/1 The district court commenced its first session in this county yesterday. The Hon. T. W. Bartley, one of the supreme court judges, and Judges Starkweather, Humphrey, and Otis of common pleas of this and adjoining circuits were on the bench.

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CREDIT, COMMERCIAL
432 - WTD Jan. 14; ed: 4/5 - The HERALD says: New Yorkers have no
right to complain of their debtors. They sell goods recklessly, and
often ruin a customer by giving credit to some scoundrel next door to
him.

"We think some of those creditors should be allowed a hearing before the question shall be taken."

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CRIME & CRIMINALS
433 - DTD Julyo 16:3/1 Sheriff Brainerd left yesterday for Columbus
with several convicts who have just been sentenced to the penitentiary.
Encluded were three sentenced for burglary and larceny, each three
years; three, robbery, each three years; two, grand larceny, each
one year; one, selling counterfeit money, three years; one, stabbing,
one year; one, stealing and destroying promissory notes, four years;
one, bigamy, one year; one, attempt to pass counterfeit bill, one year.

CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 434 · 441

CRIME & CRIMINALS (Cont'd)
434 · DTD July 27:3/1 - Our city seems to be infested with thieves
and burglars. On July 25 the house of a Mr. Fairbanks at 92 Main st.
was entered and thoroughly overhauled. Watches, money, and other
articles amounting to $175 were taken. They say cold steel and rifle
balls act like a charm on these housebreakers.

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435 - DTD Aug. 6:3/1 - Our city is again infested with a lot of rowdies, loafers, and scoundrels. Look out for your pockets, stores, and houses.

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See also Capital Punishment; Courts; Juvenile Delinquency; Penal & Corrective Institutions

CULINARY ARTS
436 - DTD Sept. 1:3/1 - Titles of recipes in cookery column:

Cake
Snow Balls
Curate's Pudding

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437 - DTD Sept. 18:2/4 Apples; Indian Loaf cake.

Title of recipe in cookery column: Baked

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Rice

438 - DTD Sept. 18:3/3 · Title of recipe in cookery column: milk.

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439 - DTD Sept. 21; adv: 2/5 - Mrs. Holr's New Cook Book - Illustrated with numerous engravings. Tooker and Gatchel.

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440 - DTD Oct. 23:3/2 · Titles of recipes in cookery column:

Gingerbread No. 1
Gingerbread No. 2
Boston gingerbread
Plain gingerbread
Common gingerbread which has no sugar in it.

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441 · DTD Nov. 22:2/2,3 - Leftovers may be used up in Dutch loaves and Cocoa nut cakes for which the recipes are given.

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CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 443 - 450

DAIRY PRODUCTS
443 - DTD Sept. 23; ed:2/1,2 - Probably no section of the world can ex-
cell our Western Reserve in dairy products.

The Old Connecticut Western Reserve had exhibits at the Ohio State fair of cheese and tubs, firkins, and pails of butter.

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DANCING
444 - DTD Jan. 7:3/4 - Ballou informs his patrons and the citizens of
Cleveland that his dancing academy will open Nov. 1 at Kelley's hall.
The public is assured that all the dances he teaches are genuine.

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445 DTD July 10:2/5 - The French Ballet troupe will appear at Melodeon hall during the week of July 7. Corby, comic dancer, is supported by an efficient dramatic company consisting of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Adams, and Mr. Durand.

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DENTISTRY AND DENTISTS
446 - DTD Jan. 1:1/5 - Dr. B. F. Robinson, dentist, is happy to inform
his friends and the public that he has recently associated with him Dr.
N. H. Ambler, late of Burlington, Vt. His office is in the Merchant
bank building, corner of Bank and Superior sts.

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447 - DTD Jan. 7; adv:3/1 - Dr. Strickland, having obtained the exclusive right to use Dr. Allen's improvement, offers to those in need of teeth an article with neat and perfect imitation of the natural teeth and gums unequaled by anything previously known to the dental profession. Speci mens of this important improvement can be seen at 125 Superior st. (1)

448 - DTD Jan. 9; adv: 4/2 - An important improvement has been made in
artificial teeth. Dr. Strickland, having obtained exclusive right to
use Dr. Allen's improved mode of setting teeth upon metallic plates, is
now prepared to insert teeth in a style believed far superior to any be-
for known.

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449 - DTD Jan. 10; adv: 3/3 - Drs. Robinson and Ambler announce that by an improved method of inserting them, teeth are secured to the plate in such a manner as to prevent fluids or any other foreign substance from entering between the plate and teeth.

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450 - DTD May 27; adv:2/4 - Charles H. Kirk, dentist, having taken rooms in Delamater's block, corner of Ontario st. and Public Square, respectfully solicits the patronage of the citizens of Cleveland and the west generally. Having served his regular time at the business in Baltimore attending lectures, he feels himself competent to operate successfully.

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CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 451 - 457

DENTISTRY & DENTISTS (Cont'd) 451 - DTD May 27; adv: 4/7 - B. F. Robinson, dentist, is happy to inform his friends and the public that he has recently associated with him Dr. Ambler, late of Burlington, Vermont. Dr. Ambler has had ten years experience in the profession, and the public are assured that all operations performed by him will be done in the most substantial manner. His office is in the Merchant's bank building.

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452 - DTD July 1; adv:1/1 - B. F. Robinson, dentist, is happy to inform his friends and public that he has recently associated with him Dr. Ambler of Burlington, Vt.

"Having experimented with much labor in manufacture of teeth, we have succeeded by a new combination of material in getting rid of the glassy or artificial look so common to porcelain teeth, and have brought them to that state of perfection and they cannot be detected from natural ones." His office is in the Merchant's bank building, Superior st.

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453 - DTD July 9; adv:3/3 - Charles H. Kirk, dentist, does cleaning, filling, extracting, and inserting. His office is in Delamater's block. . (2)

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE.

See Foreign Relations

Diplomatic Service

DISASTERS & ACCIDENTS 454 - DTD Jan. 28:1/7 - In a letter to the editor, John Simmons of Willoughby says: At my residence a very serious and almost fatal accident occurred from the effecs of carbonic acid gas. My Daughter and her guest were overcome by fumes from a kettle filled with coals and charcoal.

"I make this statement for the benefit of the public - that others may be warned."

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455 · DTD Mar. 23:3/1 - While Cravins' panorama was being carried from Kelley's hall to the Steamer BALTIC yesterday morning, a dray containing one section of it, boxed up, backed into the river. It was recovered after some delay,

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456 - DTD - Mar. 26:3/1 A Mr. Walker of Bolivar st. had his leg smashed by a spile driver as he was passing the Otis warehouse. He stepped on a spile as the spiledriver was coming down. We have not learned the seriousness of his condition,

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457 - DTD Apr. 13:3/1 - While the soldiers were passing up Superior st. yesterday, a little boy was run over by a horse and buggy. An examination by Dr. Newberry disclosed no external injuries and we hope there are none internally.

This accident is a warning to little boys not to play in the street and also to drivers "not to drive so like Jehu, when the street is full."

CLEVELAND NEWSPAPER DIGEST JAN. 1 TO DEC. 31, 1852

Abstracts 458 - 467

DISASTERS & ACCIDENTS (Cont'd)
458 - DTD Apr. 30:3/1 - Matthias Wertz, 12, lost two fingers yesterday
when he caught his hand in two cogwheels while attempting to break his
fall from a tilted barrel at the Marine mills.

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459 - DTD May 19:3/1 - Burton, caretaker for Captain Pierce's horse and buggy, died this morning as a result of injuries sustained when the horse in running away yesterday threw him to the ground.

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560 - DTD June 9; ed:2/1 - An Irish servant girl of Hartford was seriously burned when she fell while bearing a lamp filled with camphene. She fell on the stairs and her clothing caught on fire. This is "another caution to those using this dangerous fluid."

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461 - DTD June 16:3/1 A little child of a Mr. Matthews on York st. was badly scalded on June 14 when a pot of hot soup was overturned upon it. (1)

462 - DTD June 17:2/2 John Sweeny, late from Canada, employed on the Junction railroad near this city, was drowned yesterday afternoon. He was bathing in the lake, and venturing too far out, he sank before assistance could be rendered.

"Ignorance of one simple fact, is the cause of many deplorable accidents of this kind. A person in the water, if he will keep his hands below the surface, will not sink." Ohio City GAZETTE, June 15.

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463 - DTD June 17:3/1 - Almon Burgess, an old citizen, had both his legs broken below the knee yesterday. While moving some timber, he was caught between two heavy pieces of wood. The left leg is broken in two places. (1)

464 - DTD June 19:3/1 - Runaways are common lately. Lewis' omnibus horses took to their heels yesterday. The child of J. Leland was slightly hurt, but no other damage was done.

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465 - DTD June 29:3/1 - Yesterday morning, a youth named John Thompson was driving near the canal when he was accidently shot in the hand by a pistol he was carelessly handling. It is reported that the band has been amputated.

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466 - DTD June 30:3/1 - On Monday evening, June 28, a man accidently fell into the river near Teasdale and Johnson's shipyard and was drowned. He was a cook on the schooner MADISON.

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467 - DTD July 19:3/1 - A little lad named William Sadler who was digging for sport under a sand bank was seriously injured when the earth caved in on him.

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