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"WABTS," -rOR BALI," f 0 BBNT,"
LOST." rOVKD, "BUABDINO," A..-A4.
VrtiMt oolng under tha heading, art .
wedlng a valine, will be Inserted twice for 4. cants.
- - Bviwna i"nn inia
' VV"'t,,A 01 KL-To do housework, at I I
"P"l-s-streal, between Oontral-avenne and
on . . , Bik27. I..
WA N T F D-A FEW AQfcNTf---Of good add ress.
lrl avenue, Olnclpnatl, 0. noa7-c .
TANTF-A OIBL-To do ponral house-7-ioWJ'r
'" ."r" fml'r Cf-awthls morning
at fyoB "cith stroet, near Linn. nnlMi
VANTn-.OIRL-B,tw,n twelve nnd nf".
i J. AB "j"0'' Biencll-ruumj, 10 A w..t
Fourth-sl , eei-ond story. no2 f
WNTl!.ft"4 .filRt.-T.ido th. h.inee.oTk f..r
' T small family ou Walnut mm. A 0"rmau
preferred, Ad.lre. W. A . I'm- Offle. no-7.de
rANTRI-()NKTFllul,urg and WheeTTnl
V Aloney will I bought nt the Im rates.
"fl-nST-tf No 1117 KHflt Front NtroAt.
VANTKn-oiRI,-Ou.id nd rollahie, t.inok
7T an general hou.ework in n small riimily.
Apply i 3liS t-imth-st , between John and Mound.
WANTKD--ROOM-IJnfiirnlshed, well lighted
and in a pleasant part nf tha Hit Rent not
to exceed t3 or 4. Add ran WIDOW, Press 010c.
ANTf.n-COOK-A'flrnt.claM cook can
fiicro needy employment and good wages, by
applying Immediately at I Si rinni-mro.it. None
but good need apply; a man rook not wanted.
' no ll'l
ANTKIt-A GIRL-To do housework and
attend to children inarall family. Inquire
t 1S5 John-street, between Ijougwurtu aid Sixth.
, , inoar-bj -.. i. .., .
IVJISTFD-Vffif.BTifltilS-rtl! god Vent
TF tasters, and one to run a Singer's Sewing mi.
ehinu Iwjuirft at 3i Uaoo-et., eaat aide, over tlia
W' ANTKD NT'RKK-OI ML One who nn.ler
"tunds nureinff, and ran lyimn well recim
tnendl. Apply to L. 1. WAT8UN, corner o' Rlio
and 1 bird ate. no2-b
A TKH-TO N EWd-DB K LB N U ofTT
F.RH-- I ffiRli to ptir-hae tbe K rr.t and S4CODd
Volnmea tf " Hrper'(, WeeHv," eitbar bound or
unbound. Addre Bn 1.0K3, Oln. P.O. noM-b ,
W' AThD-8lTIUTi0X- Aa brak-aman or
flrrniiin on a railroad, Irf H jmuex malt ho
hu had f,,iir montba' experience. Aidronri V. W.
II , t thiarifliee. noSt-d'
-Ae Hardener und
T T D'nu.ol-nll.work.
1 on aonllcent pnn furnish
' the beat teMilnoninR Oan take car of hora w.
Addrees D. M., freea Offlre. . ... noM-b"
"YVAfcTEH-9-m.OUOnf Moniiaae Nol.a aid
T. RiuinM iWr by W. II PIIILLI PS. Iloa,
EaLale, tiotoaud Dill Broker, 83 Woat Thlrd-t. 1
i ... , lno-x
. WSTKD-'I WO OIKI.S -One to cook. wah
' T qnd inn ; the other to take care of ehllilreo,
'and meke herwelf yenornPf rueful. Apply at Hit'
Front. at., Newport, Ky. Good wages given to thoba
irho are competent. n037-li
WAWFD- Yonnu men to purchase full.ooursa
t jcketK on several tlotnmurcin! Golleite-, at a
dlHconnt which will render It an object for them to
call upon tia. GKANT A PlIXMANtMo. H West
JAM ED-flll UATION-i-Ab Milennial, iu
flrv-sttnda xtura. bv a lounv man . ha h n b iii
two Fours' .pxp'rinc. 8iiary i not no nvich rq
oUert t ft permanent ltuation. Addreis J. T. 0.,
' ATED A middlf-ftffpd woman to 170 anhurt
...TV di-tanco In tho country. Dear a railroad, to
w '1J0 tb ho.wowrirlt- of 11 mm. I funilty, conf.i4tint of
1 ' two or thrno person. Good rferuties reijulro'l. Al-
1 ' Mick H.. at Ibis Offlc. nu37-b
WANTBIKHI TlIATION - for pmon t. o
hfltit hmMowork, nmkmtan'U drp-rfnnakina;;
' WdM go ti thdoonnti-f. AlwM). tiwly'fl tnvitJid uurno.
Metrrp.lttaii Female Kmploymont OfFtca, No. 55
-3Uor gwrtb.trt between haoitand Kim. nn2T-b
WANTE I -COOK (ne. capable of duiug the
Ciokii'g for a Urge brding-houe, Nona
rrel apply uulo thnjp uuderetandT the buninesi.
Vikph no oTjpnt proviflfd Ttu suit. Apply nonth--Wfwt
corner Fifth and Broadway. , no27-b
"WAlTl'D-TWO GHtLi-One to cooti.wa'rti
ww ana iron, ana me
ln a'nrrrate fumilr
9 other to do cbaoihur-work
Apiiy imcuod'aroly at 40
ten Walnut and Vioe.
'' West SeTOUtL-it.. betwen
T.VANTtl vl'W MORK-t.adiMand -Jeii-f
? tlpmnti, to team an elegant style of Writ in.
- by HENijKKHON'BHytyti-m.Uuchtonly by bimsoir,
i 'at his Wrttingnmra, 4J9 tinui-aTenue: Truis
pud rata. ba aiwrt.wi!ieut. no8i-b
, iNTfcD-Oua as4itant bool.koepra one
porter, n clerk f.r a country store, one
pent, am Merurul voting men f.r yarimts eraplor
iDcnts. For particulars, apply at the Employment
Ofllce, 9,1 Third-et., near Vint up siairo. no.6 b
WANtH) ;--NtNK OKN f8-For good Pictures
: TT at COWAN'S Vi ture Gallery. Wet Fifth,
'fctttwt Allkiiidsof fancy cases cheaper than any
: ctbtr Gallery in the city. Every Picture wamnted
toenit ' noJfi-u
V" AW' " A ORKKOT LIK.KNK8S As 1w
"T h nine rants. The only place to gut them for
this Mnsll mu is at AFPLKilA'J KH new rooms
-corner Fifth and Main. They tioo t make any
' char f"r flve-cfcnt pictuna. , no2fl-b-
IITANTEMNK I0LLAB A large, Pktura.
i . a a
cetxl jrilt frame. tHantifullv lor.l Cf-ir
. nerr s Id f
. went i-lfth it.
6iz and style can h m-oa
at the lioowy
WANTKD-t I K EN ESS 18 Taken by the
Maatui'ith am era. Tbeonlf pftcetogot 14011
. Is at A! -PI.KftATK's great Pirtura Dopot.No-.
4, 0 ind 8, ocrner Fifth aod Main. Ijeware of fnlte
: report by unprincipled competitors. ' noJ6 b .
' "V-AN1 Bl MKN-Toenae In the sale of an
'- article upon whlh atWutnea are realising
' $2 to $A per day, clear of all expenses. For nartlc
lnrs, eddrea or cull upon MUMKOHD A CO.. up
t aim, MH Weit Fourth nt , Cincinnati. uo,.f
WA NTKD-T& ioform ladles tttat thy can
" ft taio atiraes, dretMtmaers. girls for general
liou-ework, cooks for town and couutrv; girls now
auling eiimgemetjtfl Metropolitan Faiuale Km
vloymvnt 0 lit 09, fio.&l Long worth street, Hwwq
Jiace and Eira. no27-l
WANTBU-ROOMS-A gentleman and wife
want two rooms without board sitting-room
nd kitchen prefer to hire from some private houw
epr that has more room than needed. Bent mist
ie icw, una u munt d in a gxod naighi'ornoofi. Aa
dress Box J.075, stutlug terms; o others vill be
otio)d. . . : ... no:.7-ly
MTKD-o aell and bur Donble-Eatry
tf-eK-aeptitg eoooianaoiiia on u:ieou a ana
vnio-t.oiiejn'. u tor tun eoai
ana (ty ana a'emnjr
Monevle aavad br
ImyvroTeertilteateH at TUTi'LK'S 'fiachanffa Uffloa.
mxh MlivrR.rHv.aiiiwiul1,lilljt'- '
WANTRD Man aaeklng lituationa a. olnrks,
aalearaen, too k-k taper, bar-keepera, ptrters,
vaitera, coopera, catrawntera. mechanic., laborer.
nd othera. aboold apolv at tba Mtuobanta, Clerka
, ItegiaUT OfflM, 13 Waluut-HtrtMt. u A LB A CO.
: . looiN b ...
"IV'TED-MY MMTHBB'S' LIHKNJS38
TT With aorrewful tbonglita or eontlag aapara-
1 w "tinn, she had hnr Mother's likeness takffi lo oil
,v -cob rs,.at Jc)18tNS 'lallery,. Ninth ud Malo.
r- Price our,1 $1. Bmall picture, ten Clmts. 014 pie
(urevcopfed and enlarged. notf.p
kVTklk- IMMKDIATRr.V-Violinl... io.
. ,'w w niKMiHiat, ramiiourinut and bone-player: alao
jlf daar, tu traval wllh a uiiutrel baud. Nous
but void perb'rmers need apply, and to aitcb god
"Kl"t'f.". fi'L 'I? P.'d- "T ParUculara, addreM B.
JlLRkDITH, Cbllllcothe, Ohio. uOTft-tt
WANTKIr-flreat crowd" of people are dally
supplied with snperior I.iketieHs from nine
cents to flpecn dollnrs, at API'LKfi ATK S (treat
, I'lkepesa Maanfaitorr. c ruer or 'iftb bud Main.
The larcest assortiueut of, fancy oases in tlie cily by
, ten Tluiufai d n i2. b
WANTEU-A H1TUT()N-By a mat. ao.
,uaiut'd tbrauuhout tbs tntarmr aud north
aaten, p-trtto sor Kentucky, a po,i ion In whlcb
fce can mike his atquatn'anoe proflta'de to Ms sra-
Ji'X'iSr 'i,,h?'!1.J!', """' Addreas M.. car,
cf O. W. WILLIAM. Oorlnalou, Ky. . , nol6-b
yANTF.I-VOwU Lla RNBS8-Th. cheapest
TT place la the United Htata to get lame rVucy
APy !'$TK S Mammotk Photograph. Ambrotypa
. nd -Mlainoiyp Dp !t, corner a'ifth and Mjin.
Vorrect tuiniaturea uf bshlee taken. BeuieuibDr.
' fnoM-b, ' - -
OA h r I N Qogd day. boarding at W-st
S"AIl IIfl A fow gextlemeu can beaocom
,.; uuAiuioti witb tKurJ aud (,lt).vwut rooms. Also,
f .y wt.y-w .Biui-)! OS I.O- gWoriU-St. UOi? Uw
1A 11 UlNU-Two uiiluriiiabed l
- "'( Abto, a t. w iuy- boarders,
, a'ugworibnit., uaar John.
at o 'Hit
lOAKDIKU-a few gentlcmea o.n be
j "'"'.''"d .lh b.ard Fy the day or weok
,.) liu at Hu , lta.t tourih at. . . ,
. by ib.
ROAit DING A number ..f aiugla geatla neu
cu be aiu.uiuiiini.J -ith i...,Ai..- ... . . . .
I . Vainut-at , b.awea tnli and Bisia. uoo"x
lOAll Mixta Tao ui tim e .lugie "gcutlemen
Mm ,ib I e s' oiiuuodjttKtLwitU boi d nun lo'litlti
tUtrtj Wseliui U ai root. IUi-ljuar4 i. per wooji
OAHI1bh-a b.rito iiauiUomelr r.tral.lied
MM inajt rooai, for a ftHiily jiraingl. gt-utl.nien.
,,KJIU for on. ar two BealLmen, at
jtj4 ilIiuhii., abtiva Kourlla. uoW-b'
- 5A If Ml NO -Ooa tNM'oud atory front room,
MM newly puparcd auil puiliteri, furebb.-d or ,u
ftirnbHj, with board, a gautlamaa aud ldv, of
wo gMitl-uieu. .Alao. uehiKl gentleman accouun.
,f- r"'"' " Pidyiqg at til K.i yomili aj. auU tf
H OlNtl A f. w ainal. ueniUmaU ean be
- J .i..sao..twl with board i lediiugailj-J
J"' HI.'? .!". '"'m P'ea..t room I rt fatuliy,
- cllkac luruiahMi i.r ui.fon, .h tl, with btard.
liiol-dl ' . !
. KT" AVKO-85 TtBWARD-A sumII red Oew.
e p ,earld, Mod f,t whit A 'm?li
, ,.tl,r1a.t,oa..ri.i.b.ral lb c'rn.r or BixiB
i",U,d T 'J """ li!f '"' ""weed .
.H !..i Bt tf
?n wITV k' nt t""sln. Call soon St
30 Waor-M., cat of Walnnt. nor-h
liOH HH R-MPl.n-i.... ..r .-.I ....
to w"airi,l? 2?"'0J.?-'S&b Jwnnlit cheap hyapnlylng
Bt?.A..iLN KJ.T' Ko- feO Mayo-.t.aar o
MR KAI,K-Twov Omnlbuwa. one Hnk.
av eue lour horse Wagoo, Spring Wagons, Boa
gie,eto. Apply to J. K PALl(lKl,Biik.t.
."f;..0J'J'?,ff "-'- " Prlntl.?m,:;,
f.T l,",im"- Address Po.toffice llov N .!
I I nti lame, stating whers an Int-irtlow
nmy lie had. . no '.-
JjHIR rlJl.K-OR KXCIIANOK-A Dee' mill
pioporty and flflef-n An nf ex-ellent laod.
with a g.h.d house and bnlldlnga. In II lirliln ikI
5."V.n."' "'" one mil from the rincliinati end
Hillsborough K:iilroi, two and a hair miles w,-,t of
bVnrlllllir.. .nrh mllua - n . . ij , , , ,
thirteen i milea rat of Hillsbor ugh, on theewit firk
.of the Little Miami River. The Ovist and Hw-
umuw are ot in in compit'te running oMor ami doing
an excellent butnoia; are locsied in the mldat of a
t'.'.'v'.heat section of country, and near good timber.
ill be sold at a bargain, and torms made emy. The
payments can lie mot from the profits of the mltiv
or the proprietor will ewbanae the property f ir a
good farm worth, say from il l to fotMlovor tho
value of the null property, and pav the halauc. in
h. BAM'L A. SAKf!KT, T
'. . ,No. a Audio Rulldlncs,
BQ27-d K. W. cor. Filth and Walnut-ita. '
I'JiV'-l-!01'88 ANo LOTS -A two--Ti
1 ? ,B.VcKi n" of w ve ro.im.on south
sloe or Etghth-af , bftween Mound anl Cutter: Lot
? feet front by I05.H fret deep, to Van Uorn-.l. will
be solil low. ,
A three story Brick tTon of ten rooms, well fin.
lehid throughout, on the south aide f.f Eight-at ,
year Gutter; Lot. S5 feet front by 10S;'4 reel deep, to
nn Horn.et. . . .
Two two-story Brick Houses or eight rooms each,
on south side of Third st., between klmaud Plum;
Lois i.l fret front by Hal f. et deep
A three-story Brlrk it..e of nine room, and
bsemant, on Fourth st , near Mill.
A three-story Brick lions, of too rooms, well (In
lshed throughout, on Loiigworth at., weat of Park.
A two-stuiy Brlrk House on Longworth-at.,. near
Outial-nv., for $3 ooo. . 1 .
A three -atory Bi irk ITou-e of nine rooms, welF
fiiilshrd tlirfi)fthout,on souths de of Longworth-at ,
near llace. for Stui. Reuts for St. per year,
A Brick Ilonao of eight rooms, on tho corner) of
Qt-orge ai)d rlAce-sts j
A two story Brick Hortse nf six rooms, and Lot 2ft
by PS feet, on north aide of Qaorge-at.. near Bay
mill' r, fr't:i msi.
A new ltrirk Uou"o on Ilopklns-st., near Bay
A three-story Brick Honse of nine rooms, on Hopkins-st.,
near Linn, for $2,750, easf payments.
A two-siory Brick Mouse of ten moms, well flrf.'
Khed throughout, on Kluth-st., near Elm, lor
Two three-story Brick Houses on north aid, of
Muth at., near Huce.
A Brlrk Home on Vork-st., near Freeman; Lot 23
feet front by 1WI feet deep to a twentv foot street.
A Brick Hioie,in exoolioul order, with gas. on
Clark st , for 3.(nki. t , .-,
Two entirely new two atory Brick notues,on Pop-lar-t.,
near lluvDiiller, for tj.M) each.
A two-siory Brick Houw of six rooms and attic,
on south able of Clinton-st., near Cutter, ror fi.jon.
A three-story Brick H naeof nine riHms, ou north
side of Mi th-et., near B miller, for St,0o0.
Four two-story-nud-baeemeut Brick Ilonset of
six rooms each, and Lots, on south sido of Wai8-st.t
Letween Iutiley and Freeman. Bent for foot per
year, for $',((!.
A twe-etory Frame rlonie and T.ot on tho north
Bide of Kighth-H., near John, for 9?,.r00.
A two-t,tory Btick NouHe of five rooms, on smith
side of Bair-at., between Bayniiller and Freeman,
A two-story Pram, lions, of six rooms, on north
side of Butta-st.; roar Lot ie 2 teet front by W feet
deep to an alley, with a Brick Stable.
A two-story Brick Bouse ofeight rooms, on smith
side r Gcet-st., between Ba)nilUer and Jruomio,
for I3.AU0. ..
A two-story Brick Honae or eight rooms and attic,
on south side of Fourth-st , near Btone, for 9.1,7-10.
Two s rame Cottage, on south, aide of Poplar-nt.t
between Bayniiller and Dudl6y,for tl,40U each.
Will be sold together or separately, tostiit.
Also, a number of Hoaaea a'.d Lota In Oorington,
ewlort, Walunt HIUs a4. Munul Auburn. Some
tjAMUSL A. BARGEyT, .
No B Apollo Buildings, ''
no27-d N.W. comer or Filth and Walnut-sts.
R rMl.K-RiiHSKS -A ntir of .mall b e-.wi.
one thrrn and a half and the otbnr four and a
half year old. will l.e exchanged for a large carriiije
borae. lni.uire at No. 43 Kreretntreet" noz;.b
OR KKNT-DWBLLINO-In Nowport, of
medium oize. in a pleasant and health v location.
Tf-rms mtHjerate Apply toj. tiatABlNU. corner of
Mao-8t and East-row. iioa7 b j
F"OR RENT-8KVKRL ROM Vitruiiili4
r nnfiirnUbed, frr single gentlemen or a m all
litniOy. The hou-e Is a new brck at Alt) Vine-st.y
between Eighth and Ninth, with gas and all mmleru,
fmproTements, - not7-b
iM)M R f NT A HOUSE-Of aUht rooms with
av gas, hydrant cistntn and (tber conrruiences,
Itiso'-ara street railroad. Kent $90 per raoiih.
Address K 9 1'reas Oftloa, . , no-W-b
FOR RENT To a d-nlrable tenant, that por
tion l the- Store ltftf Fourth-t.t. fronting on
Jblm-st , suitable for an office or small store Ape
ply at 34 Walpat-st.,orou the pre mites. no?4 h.
I7HK RENT A GOOD BftfCK HOUSK-Oon-talnlng
finrteen roonii, wtih out bouse and
garden sttacbrd, sltnaW on Rlverroad, In Btorrs
Tnwnnhfp: Kent $3u per annnm.. Apply to 8.
MKNKtN A HONS, 04 West Finh-st,, between
Walnut and Vine. , no7.tf
f 0T-WHITB POINTER-8 1.UT Any perwn
jLd who will re Mnn the nane to 353 West Fourth-'
street, will be suitably rewarded- no87-b '
f 0T-A TWO-IOI.D SURGICAL CASK The
JaLi tttdi r will bo suitably re ward od, by leaving it
at 110 Wert Seventh-,,.. , n. 7-bm
V O.ST-r00-g5 KKWARD-On Saturday last,
M-A an ItHlian Grey bound, of a drab col-r, with a
white streak between his eyes ; had on when he lft
a fancy leather collar. If returned to M'Atf Rich-rflopd-it.,
or X6 West f ourth-st., thf above reward
win oepaia. a . tyui n-
1H1B DAT, NOVEMBEB 27, AT S P. M.fjaj
' For Parkersburg, Marietta and Wheeling.
STEAMER I.IBBH.TV, CAPT. BOOTH,
letivea as above. l
AICTION 8ALE-BY WKtLS MILBS-Aui-.tk,it.rmm.
-l.t P..rl -a, Mt -.lu . ...I
lry 0' pda, 4jaoaka,-a:o t at A ut tlon - for ai:oonnt of
p. a. Awi, rr.w.iiaauo-i vr a,i.jvnuA x amua.
1K0, ho. ember Svi, a a o'clock, Wr aooottut or B. P.
aveiir,iavr ana ruos ;iotna, jeisua, elattlneu,
Cassiot.tea, Cloth, Prints, Giegbauie, Lawua, Vest-
in art. Oloaka. Mauttea- KibWioa. Ao - An
Al,80-hd, White and Gray flannels; Browa
auiu Di"acacu aauaiioa. . - a .
ALSO-With, nt any rtaerva, 115 Bnaer. -Cloth
Cloaks and Mantle, t ISO t air assorted Blankets.
AICTION 8AI.E-BY JACOB OrXff 00.
Kale-ro. nis, Jio. 18 Bast roarth-slreet. I'n
clalm.d Goods and Merihauaise at Auction Wui
be aokl at nubile auction nn TFTgHnav arnuij-
INO, NovepaVer 27, at X o'clock, for account of
wnoin t uiay concern, at tna wareroows or (.11
ber, Jones A Ogborn, 5T West F.fth st opposite
the Hamilton liepot, the I diowing Goods and Mer
cbaodlse: Thirty cases brandy, one empty cheat,
ope wheat atlow, ooe cheat, on. buggy and harness,
one cheat of tools, t.o grain aparators, three boxes
household giHrds, one roll carpet,, one trunk, one
boiaeiie bundle beddini, table, ate; re canes of
fiuit drawers, one box household goods, one box
nierchaKdiae, oi e box sundries, two cheats, one box
and owe box medicinal. To he sold to pay charges.
"- JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer.
AUCTION BALK-BY THOMAS JOHNSTON.
Lar.e Sale ot liry G.xid. Tailors' Goods, etc.,
t Auction.-By TUuM AS JDll No twN, in 8alos'
rooms, B.t Main-st., next to Trust 1,'ompany Build
l.g,on HJK6DAy MO-NINO, Moveaiber 277oom.
meusiug at l3, ol ck, will fi gold, without re.
serte, U39 lota or very desirable Staple ad Fancy
liry G(j.,d.compiitugageneilaaaurtment for city
and Country anlM.
a 'r"atV: of Orercoatldirs, Caaelraere.
lTg Glos ' 1Lla"'' 8". .uj.ther Tailor-
ALBU-g&O pairs fin. Bed BlankeU; loo paint
heavy gray Blaakau ; fco (ma ,,ry .nprlor Buck
AlBO-rBatt. Capa.Fnrs, Biaira, Bhoes, eto,
V ib THdUAS JOHNSTON, Auction!
AI CIIONSAIB -BYMOBTBN4BR0THBRS
Daiiiiiged atid other goods at Auction, at the
Jll'dirwi iters' Wsrjhouae, hot 4. HU and Hi
et rront-street. ,r a c unt of llud- rwrllera aud
vrl-ers On TUKSBAY MORNINd, November .-7,
at f och'Ck, to brls. ll.iiurs and wlues, 7 p auks
Utteens.are, fr,m s'fcamer liutt Ihmgltu.
A I 80 t'abln Fnruiture of steamer FVed TVo
wre""' u'u' 'b11'11! uatlrewea, 4c; also tabla.
.,,80t"' "fed goods, from Now Tork
Jubhing-bome, to boaoltf without reserve, cooi.t
irg iu pern f tbe following, iH-. Woolen furnish.,
togrccds: also, Pi- silks, popHns, prluta, J'aria
b i.gstiiwls, rmbriiidi-nas, e.l?ings aod Bouuoings.
capra and collers, laiiea' rtoth cloaks, Ac Also,
1 cask superior American hardware, Havana
r.xnra- Jan. lea liav mm iintl v l,-,. .,i. i......
to the ci uib. MO-H'i'BN A BltO fHKK.
v10-"-" . Anctiou era.
A'ICTION HAI.E-By JACOB 'CRAFF A CO.
Mei'llli.ery, pul nt Kigbt, A.:.-Wiil be .,ld at
Autti..t,.on WBHNLPAF MUKNINU, Novatuler
7n. ut llalf-naat -ilon.t',...a at . . .. r t... .
sireetaud Mian.l Panal, the Machinery atnd at'ght
lot u akipg : Patent Spllut-bru.,uis aud other L
tbiiirty and 8tK:k, vlx: Cue saw uble with fourcir
tndur saws, one circular planer, one abaviug m
rt ire wlib four eels of kulvua, tbfaa splint niaohltiea,
rour tawlug uiavhiura, one lathe, one grindstone,
ou. large -t, auj box. ouarutrpotib-r'a Unuh witU ,ua
WiH-uai.d Iron viae, eleven broom v liming niss.liiuea,
ba.ket maihiuery, Udtiug, oue atoye aud pip, one
Itlier ei-faa. on. L,.ta,.1,.A .iu,i.,n-. .L.,;'...
Stool , elabt gaa-bunu ra w i h' 300 foot of plpa,jai
tainted brw in lii,dlt-s,l,.Vio plain do., sign, seveiSy."
v ,,oao,, uiu.iius, logatiier witn olhur ar.
tlrleo p. ; lululug lo the aome ostabliahiuaut.
1 be lll.ut and Mat'liiuerg will t, o if,. red together,
and it no pui t hasor is f ond, e'ery thing will be
ai.M Without to.ei ve In lota to suit;
t.MSB apiiitatlori to tha Aua.
thmir,, .: , JaOoB GRAF-, Aortloueor,
"-' Mo.- J S Beat Four t k -St.
ii 1 Bfajkuril In lrrft .tr1 bit- .
viesfu k.g., at I ItaUttJUM'B, eoruer'oJ Mlnth au
. u uox&
TUK liAJLY PJlESa"
tn-r -f ,-i T
Ware, Optician, Norember 26,
A nova aero gy
A bora aero 0
TjgTTXPM TlwarWatti anBTXr... .-TV . ...
Monday, NoTgmber 26, 18G0t
John 1) Bowlej, Panama. Panama. .
Iavid Spelgel, San Francisco, Cal.
Heniy rit wegman, Jlphi, Ind.
Mr.Tefnll (Kditoi ), Lafayette, Ind.
Silas Merchant. Toledo, O
John K. Ayre, Moorefleld, Ind.
? ''tg;o , lo OrstT, Ohio.
Geo. W. Lemm. n, Muolee, Arkansu,
Pauline T. Avard, Verpnilles, Ind.
Mrs. L. M C. Seely, Rocboater, I'enn.
m. R. Kerlin, Hteuh.nville, Ohio.
. I.ockwc od Bros , New York.
Mrs Mils J. Fletcher, Jersey City, N. J. .
Its. Christiana liavla, Brraikvillo, Ind. ' '
II. T. L'urran, flartfori, Ky.
A. Raloe, K-vaoevllle, Tnd.
Jtn H. W. Smith, flolnml la 0. -
J. A. Minnick, Dayton, Ohio. ,
Miwiito KDMBgRg We want Nog. 26 ayfJ
7C of Vol. Ill to complete net (Ilea. , We will
pay twenty-five cents each for the above
. Adabs's Kxprbra Oomfawt. We continue
tn ha tnrihlH t a n.'. c- n
for valuable farora in tbe form of the Litest
cnniorn ana otner papers, ror wnicn they
have our daily thanks. ,
KAH.RO.ri Orrica roa Rkt A wall.
Tentilnted, pi paean t room, on the first floor
oi me daily run building, suitable for
railroad or insurance office. Apply at the
Pksss Counting-room, Vine-street, opposite
TlD.f-fflunoin. Ifmm.M a. - - n n , I .
the Breckinridge Club, iaat night, the ad
dress presented by Mr. Rcemeliu, and pnb-
i:l.nj : n c. i : i. rt m r.
iioucu m iuii iu mo downer oi mst lUCilRy,
was adopted, with some slight modifica
tions, v . i ' .
r - i- -l- -
COUIHO! flnitlNnl Thawbao-ivinn- an1 tt,
big oysters at Waggoner's. Prepare for too
feupt, and if yon want the best oysters, don't
fail to buy of Waggoner, at Waggoner's, 203
Central-avenue, above Fifth,; or at 'Wag
goner's, 56 Sixth-street. -
Eobdirt pr a Winb-Ckllab. Mr. Gibson,
of the firm of Gibson C04 llthognvpbers,
wbo resides at 310 Elm-street, gave a party
ta some of his friends, and during the.courae
of the evening, repaired to. his cellar, for
some Sparkling'Oatawba, but, ou opening
One of the boxe, found it was empty, aotl a
second was opened, with - a like result.
Somewhat surprised at this, a thorough ex
amination was mode, when it was discovered
that big entire stock, 160 bottles in all, had
been carried away. When the theft was
rommitfed, or how It was accomplished, Mr.
G. is unable to conjecture.
Visit raou a Ooh uittib of tub Philadel
phia Commob Council. Mayor Bishop yes
terday received a dispatch from Philadelphia,
announcing that a Committee of twenty
members of the Counoik of that city had
started for Cincinnati, and would probably
arrive at their destination this evening. The
object of the visit is to obtain information
concerning our manner of bowldering- streets.
awarding contracts, Ac, with a view of
cnangmg toe method now practiced in that
- It is certainly gratifying to onr official
that our new City Building is completed fox
the reception of the Committee, and if they
see proper to attend a meeting- of onr Muni
cipal Legislature, we shall have nothing- of
which to be ashamed. We hope that the
Pbiladelphians may be shown onr City
Prison, and that it be recommended to them
assmodr.l: they shonld likewise ride through
Deer-creek Valley and Brighton, that they
may be permitted to inhale some of the de
licious breezes of thoBe localities, mononnsots
of tbe wisdom of the authorities that per
mitted tbe erection within the corporate
limits, certain institutions located there. By
reference to another column, it will be seen
that, a anAiln1 moot i net nf tha f Ton nil ... kalil
to prepare for the reception of the expected
guests. . .
A .Cincinnati M such ant Expslisd from
Kkw OKLKANB.-'-Mr. Wrrt. Glenn, of the Arm
of Wrii. Glenn & Sons, grocers of this city,
visited New Orleans, last week, with a view
"of making his nsnal mil purchases of sugar
and molsfses, but upon landing, was met by
some of his friends wbo informed him that a
secret organization existed in the city, whose
Secretary kept a record of all the mer
chants w no habitually resort to New Orleans,
and that the politics of all were known: that
his arrival bad been aanountil, and that if
he raiuea his safety,- he had better return,
an advice be fallowed, as he is aa old .man,
and did not desire to encounter 'such treat
ment as be evidently would have received..
He reports that tbe excitement over
the .election of .Lincoln is great In the
cltyj'that bhte cockades are plentyr' that
the secession agitation ,haa depreciated the
value of cotton, of sugar, of rice, and of ne
groes; and What (be more these articles le
preemte, the more Intense the agitation 'be
comes; and the more intense the agitation,
tbe more they depreciate. -.Every evil that
has fallen npon them the shortness of the
cotton and Buerar croDS. the frosts and the
' ffctueta all are attributed to the sloctloa of
Lincoln. j .
I'MCIBDINOB OF' TBI Ortf CoUNOtt,. tha
ManA 1. .. .. : . - 1 .. ., . .
uortug rucuireu a aispaicn elating
that the Committee en Highway of the
City Council of Philadelphia, twenty la
number, were- en their way to this city, a
special meeting of the1 Council was con
vened, with a view to take action for the
reception of the same. - .. 1
The Council met, J. M. Noble la the
Chair. .v . '- ,w ..1 '
' On motion of Mr. Mack, a committee con-,
suiting of Messrs. Mack. JEgtrleston, Walker
and Marsh, ,10; conneetion with tha Hayor,
were appointed to report project Tor the
reception and entertainment of the visitors.
After a considerable time spent in delibera
tion,' Mr. -Mack, front the committee, re
ported as fosfows: . ' ' ,
"ToOu Bonorakl Oil ConncU: ' '':''"' j
Vour Special Committee, la connection
with the Mayor, appointed for the purpose
of reporting some arrangements for receir.
ing and entertaining the Committee on
Highways, and others, whom we are expect
ing Jo visit us from Philadelphia, on Tues
day, the 27lu in St., beg leave to report:
"1.- We recommend a committee of Hve
oa reception) to be appointed, to proceed to
tome point on the railroad and take charge
and escort our visiting friends to the city. :'
" 2. That a committee of five be gppointed
to make arrangements for a public dinner,
issue tickets and. invitations, and take charge
of all matters appertaining to the same.
"a.- That a committee of ten be appointed
Whose duty it Bhall. be to extend to our dig.
tinguished visitors such courtesies as may be
necessary to make their sojourn among us
comfortable." i. : . - . ; . . . "
Tbe committees. were announced by the
Chair, as follows:
Oa Reception Messrs." Meick. Harsh,
Mayer, Stokes and J. B. Davis.
On Dinner Messrs. Walker Whiten
Jlansou, Weaeoer and Egglestoo. 1
-vi ouiuiui ia ixicBara. rruer, noilister,
Kattenkamp, Snodgrass, Perry, Bprague,
W lulconib, Huret, Tooby, Johnstosr- and
Koble. , , 1
After some discussion, on motion, Council
adjourned.' - .. . . ,, t ,
Wfegggr- KHCBlaea 'At. m,-t a .' rf A..
- . ma IU1USS UI
riCI.llia fn low iurr ar. K. .!.... .. . .1..
Mayor sOihce for the week ending vester-
l'raya...i.... . . II a.
Jlpreaa-wagont. ZZ7.'.. 00
fetbUtUlolia, -... ....,aj , ' 14 IU
Ttddlora... J w
-ASuoessTioN. Would ft not be well to
asceitaiia ft-oin our Philadelphia vleitorg the
manner in which the garbagw-ordinauce U
rendered eflectiv in that city'f It ia said to
be executed there without difficulty: ui if
Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the
Men's Bible Society—Fiances of
—Addresses—Election of Officers.
The Twenty-fifth Anniversary of tho
Young Men's Bible Society was celebrated
lest evening at the Second Presbvturian
Church. The exercises were opened by the
Bev. Dr. Thompson, with prayer, Tiinuhoir
of the church then sang a hymn, after whirh
the Corresponding Secretary submitted his
annual report, from which We make the toU
lowing extratts: ,.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY.
During the past year the Society has en
deavored to discharge its regular dutlpa, with
out undertaking any new enterprises of im
portance. Tbe very thorough exploration
of tbe city and connty during the year 1850,
tbe complete distribution of the Bililo in our
public institutions, under tbe personal direc
tion of the Managers, rendered similar labors
unnecessary, besides economy had been ren
dered tH-cesfary by tbe condition of the So
ciety's fins ores.
The manngers have, however, been pre
pared te respond to all applications from In
divid nnl, or public institutions, for copies
of the Scriptures, and with hcartfult grati
tude to tbe Giver of all good, for the oppor
tunity of thus laboring: iu His cause, and for
the blessing they have reason to hope hog
attended these efforts, they invite your at
tention to a brief review of their proceed
ings nnder the customary heads of Finance,
Dt-noeitnrv and Distribution.
From Jfovembev 1, 1859, to November 1.
lROO, a period of one year, .2,635 Bibles and
H,?4'J Testaments have been toldatcoit, and
721 Bibles and 1,319 Testaments have ber-n
donated from tbe Depository, malting tbe
number of volumes insaed duriag tbe year
21,018, and swelling the aggregate nuinlier
of copies of the Worn! of God issued since
the organization of the Society to- 240,3t7.
The slock iCtf hand at the rue-tent time con
sists of 1,328 Bibles and 4,008 Testamonts.
valued at $1,186 66.
Tbe donations include 18 Bibles and 12T
Testaments to destitute individuals on appli
cation personally, ov throngh their frieotU at
the Depository; l,0tn Testament-) to different
Sabbath-schools in this county: 11 large
and handsome Bibles to steamboats; ITS
Bibles to the classes of the Young Men's
Christian Cnion; 100 Bibles to tbe Hotuo of
Refuge, besides a great number of others to
institutions of less mnguitude. -
The various committees-of tha Ttnarit nf-
Managers on the County Jail, City Prison.
House of Refuge, Widows' Home, the Cm-
cinnati, the German Protestant and the Col
ored . Orphan Asylums, the Ctmrt-house,
United States Court-room, Police Court, the
offices of th Justices, the Station-house.
Hotels, tbe Djosoitals. Homo nf thn PnonH.
Hess, the Railroad Depots have visited pcr-i
evuisiij luoir rcBprctive neius oi lanor, ana
have furnished such additional copies of tbo
Scriptures as were needed to coutploto the
distribution of the previous year.
By an arrangement mado early in. the-year
with the Bible Association, asupply of Bibles
end Testaments was placed at the disposal of
this organization, for distribution at the
wharves, and to the destitute within their
sphere of labor. . .
For several months A. J. Levi labored
successfully in tbe distribution of the Bible
in destitute portions of tbe city, but in cOn
sequlnce of the recent thorough exploration
of the city, it was not thought desirable to
enter so soon again upon the work to any
considerable extenk, In this connection,
the Board take great pleasure in referring
to the steady and judicious operations of tbe
Society of Friends. Tbe last annual report
announced tbe organization of a Bible As
sociation in this honored fraternity of Chdrig
tiang, and their hearty co-operation with us
as aif auxiliary to this Society. At their
own request a portion of the city was as
signed them as a field of labor, which they
at once divided among their volunteer con
tributors, who entered rigorously upon the
.Work. -vh : ' . a. j '
Rev. Samuel Scott, to whose care the ex
ploration of Hamilton County bos been
committed, has regularly discharged bis
dutieatbe past year. ,
It would be improper to conclude this re
port without adverting to the fact, that this
anniversary is an epoch in our history.
Twenty-five years have elapsed since the
organisation of tbe Young Men's Bible So
ciety of Cincinnati. In the spring of 1834,
under -the Presidency of Hon. Salmon! P.
Chose, the Koeietv
"with a real and energy well worthy of ouc.
intentions, ana its good results have been ap
parent ever since. -
Tbe receipts and expenditures of the year
have been as follows;
Amonntof collections in the churches .tMy'ui
Amount 4f ltfe-m.rnber-.hipf, donatioug, :
, Ao., including tha amount contributed by i
- tba ladiea of the city aud oonuty, and by 1 '
Sabbath-school tacbarH.M......H..M.....H 74 00
Balauce due Treasurer .m ,,. g 31
bales from th, Dtpoaitury.MMnH.MHM.. 9$
"" . , .' ti.'.'JMOO
- . R'ptMlUmrm.
expenses Incurred In conducting Deposit-
ory, including freight op Bibles $619 t,
Bemlttanc to American , Bible Socio ty tot1
.Bibles .,, , 3.805 qS
Bible furiiiatied llfe-niembers lit 00
Bernfttance to the American Bible Society
for tb, HeaihenM.v...H..MH..M..M.HM.,..,H. gi ss
Balance from last year...
The followinir Committee
omcers ana managers for toe ensuing year:
Samuel Lowry, Thos. Finch, J. W, Shipley,
F. A. Waldo aod Dr. Judking. v . : .
On motion ot Dr. Thompson, the formal
addresses were dispensed with till sueh time
as the Executive Committee should desig
nate,.. ,1 ;. ... .1 . ....
Some remarks wef then made by Dr;
Waldo-, with reference to-the early founda
tion of the society, and the 'unexpectedly
rapid progress it had made within a quarter
of a centrrry. !
" Bev. Kingston Goddard wag then "called
upon, and made a few remarks on. tbe im
portance of distributing the Bible to the
heathen. Jt wag a disgrace, he gold, for
any man even the laborer who earns ti
Eer lay-rto go down to tbe grave without
aving enrolled his name among the life
meniberg of a Bible Society, by paying down
tbe sunt of $20. ., . ' j t .
Other gentlemen' followed, and occupied
the. time until the. Committee on Nomina
tions were prepared to submit their feport,
vt bich was adopted, as follows: .
.President, YT. II, Neffi Vice-President,
David Judkins: Corresponding Secretary, 0.
W. Rowland: .Recording Secretary, B. P.
Bradstreet; Treasurer, J. T. Thorpe. !
Board of Directors f 3. T. Irwin, 8. ' P.
Bishop, S. L. Thompson, K. R. Newhall,
John Wi 6hipley, Thoe. F. Shaw, fV. F.
Thomas, Wm. B. Hagang, W. B. Davis, Win.
P. Wiltsee, B. Starr, Jag. Darby, Cuas. F.
Brooke, Otig Widden, F. E. Jones, Philip
Pinger. Theodore Baur, T. J. Finch, G. W.
McAlpin, 8. Bornett, jr., A. T. Goshorn,
Robt. Carmahan. Samuel Lowrv. V n Vss
Duersen, L. H. SarKent,R. R. Brown, Thos.
vibson, G. H. Neff, Thos. -Buchanan, Wm.
Dnairer, j. r. rvainer, I. Kammelgburg,
Oourad Saur, Samuel Uaughtoa.
Limns liVa tha fnllnwino- frnm T.- 1
Duocan, Newark. Okiio, are daily coming
front all parta of the country: ' - ' .
"It is now about one year since I pup-
chased. fur the nannf mv ffimilv rtn. r.f 1 .
ver k Baker's Family Sewing-machines;'
Having given it a fair trial, I. can guy that,
for simplicity, noiselessness, facility of roove
mentj aocLdurability, I do not see now it ean
be surpassed; and go gmall is tha power
needed to orierate it. that a r-hilrl nith n
strength ordinarily paeeeaeed at eight, has
nuipio auilll- IUF iUV UlSa,
' "It will give me great pleasure to recom
mend my friends aho may want awwing-
auacuiue, to go ana ao as i nave aone pur
chase a Faniiiy Grover Baker.
"REV. A. DUNCAN."
Pnil. CnmAlt.tnM V 1
Mtwaa.- uuuic.uuik wuowjr SUtl gt
tractive in the way of boots and shoes will
laa fmin1 a 1 1. ..9 U C' 1
" -at-, bw,v vi ajaioiB. W LfUIIUEQUS
A W 1 . 1, lst i . a mi .
iu, i, c4 s iiiu-aiivos. aueirstoca
jm large, end in the 'following list of prices
i.tf... ...... -; . r .. i ; r ...
rj - - -- ihu-v.hi.u-i. wauiva vu i i cee
gaiters at tl 25: ladies' Morocco gaiturg at
muica aia wongraaa gaiterg at el CO;
gents' calf, boots at $2 50; Congressi, $2.
Misser and children's shoes ia endless va
rWty.' :'ti- , .
Tbouas WtrusH, tkawai lately salegmaa
in UahiU'g " Boston Shoe Store.'' is new to
be found doing business for himself, at tht I
Th temples devoted to dramaticentertain
ment were not, donlitlegs in consequence of
tbe ifloletnency of the weather, over-crowded
lat evening the audiences being ra'her se
lerttban miiltitudinoug. An estimate of the
numbers is therefore nntiecvsary. The per
fbrmances were somewhat deficient in spirit
ethiDg not to be womlered at, considering
the njirrow receipta of the peveral treasuries,
and the absence of those enthusiastic crowds
by which the arbors are greeted in goners,!.
We therefore decline to particularize, and
prudently reserve our resources of rhetoric
lor more auspicious atmospheric phenomena.
Pil-b's OrSRA-Horsm. The play this even
ing will be the .Irish drnma of All-Urt!lo
Jive, to be followed by The Cutiomi of the
Country, and concludlng;with Tht Limsrick,
hov , ; :.
Th National. At this .establishment
will bo presented, this evening, the admired
drama of Jntjomar, with Miss Annette Ince
as "I'arthenia," with the farce of The Wind,
Adkuva Patti's CoitcnnTi. The two con
certs by Adclina Patti will be given next
Monday and Tuesday evenings, assistel by
Sipnor Lotte, tenor, Signora Ettore anil
Nrcnla Barili. baritone and bisso; and Sig
rior Biscaceiantl. under the directnrslilii of
Maurice Strakoseh, the famous pianist. "Par-tit-nlnrs
of tbe entertainment will be given
in a day or two. '
Arocmpnt op ths Mtinoaa Tbiau Tbo
State r. Patrick SIcHtieh.
Mrs. Rooke testified that at the time the
prisoner walked down to thn hotrse nf Mrs.
McCunn she did not think he was drunk. '
James Daily saw him on that morning he
was not drunk; he drank with him in a gro
cery that day; and at Mrs. McCntiii's a pint
of whisky was sent for, some of which was
drank by the prisoner. .
Dr. Beck saw the prisoner In the station
house; noticed no incipient marks of ifeiir
Wm. Grogan, policeman, testified that be
saw bim next morning and did not notice aay
sign of delinium-tremcwk
The defense called Drs. Qtiion, Langdao
and Mount. Supposed cases wore put to the
witnesses by Mr..McGrourty, from which th
witnesses supposed insanity might be infer
red if tbe supposed facts stood without ny
explanation. On cross-examination by Mr.
Kerr, another state of fuels was given, as
an hypothesis, and an opinion a-dced from
them, lbs answer was the other way, namely:
that insanity was not to bo presumed there
Mr. Kerr opened tbe aro-timont for the
State, claiming. In. a forcible adtlregj, that the i
evidecue plainly showed that he was labor- i
ing neither under homicidal mania nor
delirium-tremens, and tbat being the case, the
deliberation ami premeditation made out a
case of murder in the first degree. i
Mj. P. McOoartv followtid oa behalf of
the prisoner, his line of defense being princi
pally tbat Mt-Bugb, when he committed the
deed, was laboring under honucidal mania.
' Oskamp'rg. Reid. This ca.se was tried be-.!
fore Judge Storer. A petition to get aside a
conveyance from nusDana to wile, alleged to
have been fraudulent as to creditors. "Ver
dict for plaintiff.
County Mattbrs. The County Commis
sioners, at tbeii daily session yesrunUy,
passed the following order: To E. D Ornik
shanks, pay-roll of new iail, $158 10; A. Bu
chanan, coal for work house, $70; T. Con
way, work on Sharpsburg-road, $6 23; and
M. h J. Scbrodzshy, clothing for chain-gang,
$9 60. Total $ZS3 85.
A communication was received from Mr.
McLaren, Superintendent of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Kailroad, Informing tbe
Commissioners tbat he had removed the ob
structions on the Harrison-road, caused by
The Auditor was directed to send the fol
lowing notice to the trustees of Storrs Town
ship, and D. F. Goodhue and his associates,
incorporated as the Lower River-road Im
proved Omnibus Railroad Company, and to
(aid company :
. "By the ninth stipulation of the articles of
aprtement laid be lore the Board, between
the trustees of Storrs Township and D. F.
Goodhue and associates, incorporated as the
Lower River-road Improved Omnibus Company,-the
Board are advised that the said
trustees agree to transfer and iadorse over
to said Goodhue aud associates, incorporated
as aforesaid, three several promissory notes,
held by said trustees, mode to the Cincinuntt
Street Railroad Company, bearing date of
August 25, 1859, and payable in one, w
and three years after, date, for the sum of
$7,000, said notes to be delivered as soon a
an injunction, iBsued by tbe Court of Com
mon Pleas of Hamilton County, shall be
vacated. And the Board is likewise advised
thatsaid notes. were given to sa'd. trustees,
in payment of the right of way for twenty
years over said River road, to ne granted to
said Cincinnati Street Railroad Company.
"The Board, viewing the amount payable
by said notes, when received, as applicable
to the reduction of the debt of said Lower
River-road, and thg.consequent reduction of
the toll thereon, and deeming it their duty,
under the articles of surrender, and the law
Authorizes the same, that the toll and funds
of said road are faithfully applied for that
purpose, hereby forbid the transfer and de
livering of tbe said notes, or any of their
proceeds to said incorporate company, and
require their . faithful application to the re
duction of the debts and tolls on said road."
A communication was sent to Mr. Chas.
Kilgour, .requesting him . to be more
definite as to what he desires with reference
to the right of way on the Madison Pike,
on WalDUt Hills; at the same time assuring
him that tbe Board would be as liberal as
would be consistent with the public Interest
School Board. The Board met at the
usual hour last night, President King in the
Chair. .... , . .( .
Superintendent Allen made a long report,
recotomending tbe substitution of small desks
for the usual seats used by tbe upper classes
of the D grade. -
The Board proceeded to ballot for School
Trustee, to fill the vacancy fom the Tenth
Ward, and Gustavus Tafel and Frederick
Werner were nominated, but there being no
choice up to the fifth ballot, the subject Was
laid on the table. '
The schools were directed to be dismissed
from Wednesday nigbt till Monday, iu order
to give opportunity for the teachers and '
scholars to have a holiday on Thursday
The Board refused to accept the invitation
frTm the City Council to meet in their, new
Tilift Ksei vino a tub Widows' IToug.
The citizens of Cincinnati are cordially in
vited to nnite with tha ladies of the Board of
Managers of Uie Widows' Home, in Drovklinr
a Thanksgiving dinner for tbe inmates vf
this excellent institution. All donation,
sent to the trrocerv-store of Mr PaoIiU.
north-east corner of Race and Fifth-streets,
An ... 1, . A 11... 3 1 . OO.l- -
vu ui iciuiw ti ruutxiuay buuu, aiotll mat.,
will be received by hint and seat to the
Home res p chargt,
Kind words and tretieroug deeds often
cheer the hearts of the lonely, and infuse life
and energy into tbe weary aud stricken ones
of earth. We trust there will be a libei el re
sponse to this appeal of the ladies.
Robbirton Foubtb-stbskt. Tbe tailoring
establishment belonging to Sam'l P. Thomas.,
corner of Fouila jid Walnut-streets, waf
er tered by burglars, night before last, antll
robbed of clothes, Ao to the value of $300
or $400. The burglars effected an entrance
through a window, and escaped without be
KNtcuRBooKga. This ever-welcome old
magazine, for December, has been received
by G. L. Lewis, at No. 28 West Sixth-stre it,
together with the A tl mtic Month 't for the
same month, and other late reading.
At halt-vast wins o'oloci, this morning,
J. Graff A Co. sell a lot of unclaimed goods,
to pay charges at the warehouse of Messrs.
Gilbert, Jonus & Ogborn, No. 3.7 West Fitlu
Itrot. .. ., m-i . - - . .
Fatal Casoalttw On Saturday afternoon
Jjmt, a little son, aged two years, of Mr.
Chalfant, residing on Monmouth-slrcet, be
low latlor, accidentally get firs lo his
rlotheg by falling agaioat the jrrate, and bo
fore ha was rescued was burned so seiverelv
that be died yesterday. Mm. Chalfaut, In
attempting to smother tbe fire, also received
several burns. The child was qnite an in
teresting one, and his Sudden death will
piove a grievous affliction to the parents.
Cibccit CotJHT. rest-.-rday was chiefly
occupied by this Court at Alexandria, in
qualifying the Grand Jury, and tho deliver
ing: ol Jutk'e S. M. Monro's eh.irrn to thnitl.
Tbe rave of William S. Builoy, publisher of
me jrr ooum, win not probably Dt) taken
up until to morrow.
Fat CrniosiTT. Madame Oceana, a lady
webbing 4W pounds, is holding Itveu in
Barnes's Saloon, on York-street, opposite the
Thakksbivino Discopbsb. Rev, K. Bnrk
ner will deliver an address, suitable for the
day, on Thursday next, November 29, nt tbe
Scott-street Methodist Episcopal Church, at
eleven o'clock in the morning.
QrjARTRHLT CotrgT. OnnrtfirlT Conrt met
. this morning, Judge C. Mooor on tho bitneh."
a mm ,. ina.-aj agmns. i.s(utre iviciiara
BOB, for failure to send in the papers in- two
or three cases, appealed from bis office; re
turnable this nrwrulng.
The case of Ackrrman against McCarty,
was compromise', defendant paying costs.
The case of Kearney against Murry, for
stones sold and delivered, was tried by a jury,
OtstrfsI OvJTBRstt-r-H. M. Stiles, No.
138 Vine-street a door above us is recoiv
fnp a larpe supjrly of fine oysters, incidental
to ThiiiiksiMvitig-day. He is well-known for
the excellencies of the oysters boiip;ht from
him and he ss-'iircg his numerous friend
that bis stock this season will far exceed all
others in point of flavor nnd size.
TBASKsoiViNO. Pskparation-s. A large
supply of oyslars is boinir received dally bv
Rot ert Orr, No. 11 West Fifth-street. Those
wattling an etra sjunlity of bivalves will
do well by calling as above directed. Mr.
Orr warrants eve-ry lot sold to prove as re
Qx'Et'N Cnx Insurance CoMPANT.--This
Ccnipany bus taken possession of their new
office iu Al-vboiiie Temnle. See advertisement.
The Pariahs of India and of Paris.
A late French paper remarks; ...
There is iu India a class the fifth which
is the sevrn of all thsothers. So Branri'lias
Willed. Those w ho compose it are thoy who
exercise, tbe vilest of employments. En
trance to. the temples and the public squares
is prohibited them. They have uo other
nourishment than the dead bodies of ani
mals, and are not even permitted the use ol
the cemmou wells. Their habitations are iu
tbe outskirts oi cities, and they can not bold
projitTty. If one of theta touches a pvrson
not nf bis tribe, bis lite is forfeited. cU';h is
the fate of these unfurttinates on tho cost
of Coromsndel, under tbe name of Pariab.3.
Our European civilization, more generous
nd more Christian,' t'oes not possess those
refinements of ostracism; but iu.all great
cities, in Paris especially, are there not
many Parfubs7 In that immense city, where
tears and joy reign in like proportion, where
glory and shame are. sisters, are there .not
some disinherited beings who are deprived
of all sympathy? I do not seek to make you
pity the fate of those poor creatures, devoid
of all moral sense. 1 speak of those wbo, to.
gain bread, fill necessary but most unpleas
ant employments. '
In 1843, the cholera made its last and ter
rible appearance in Paris. Walking oue day
in the vast hall of the Pat Perdui, I mounted
mechttLicaily the twelve stone steps, and
found myself in the court-room. A man hod
committed the enormous crime 'of sleeping
in tbe open air, and was on examination
"Accus-cd," said the President, awhat have
you to say in your defense?"
"With your permission, my President, I
will tell you the truth; for I do not kaow
how to lie, and have never invented any
thing, as tree as it is daylight now, and as
true s that you have an- excellent figure- for
"Accused, this is foreign to the subject,"
"Yes. my Piesident. I was often sick, and
8 I couldn't work then, I found dilflculty
in obtaining work. Happily, this doviiUh
cholera broke out, and one of my old com
rades who was employed In the business,
said to me, 'If you wish, now's this time;
there's money to be made.' I answered that
i was wining, ana employed myself iu bury
ing thcVapidly dying corpses. As I couldn't
find people to give me a lodging on account
of my business, I was obliged to sleep out of
' He was fined a franc. ' Those of his class
were and are shunned and avoided by all.
Where are their pleasures? They have noue.
They live and die single, for what woman
would give her heart, her youth, and entire
life to one like him?
And who is the man that, toiling amid
death, at every step does not become colder
than marble and petrified in indifference? A
Parialj,of social llfe,he supports his coudition
because he does not understand it and hap
pily for bm I., He looks with equal uncon
cern npon the dead body of the new born
babe which, itsjrantic mother is covering
with kisses, and the corpse of the old. mm
which three generations follow with tears.
How to call this philosobhical coolntus which
seems ta frightful to us? Is it cynicism, or
skepticism? . , -
You see the funeral ot a youncf girl and.
you weep, but the man who buries bodies
doesn't understand your grief; young or old,
rich or poor, all are alike to him.
I have observed a simple physiological fact
in regard to this style of matt he always
smokes. When at the door of a house, he
waittilhe departure of a funeral, he is con
templatively absorbed In the pleasures of his
pipe. For the test he is always sober, and
attentive to bis duty. Were he a drunkard,
Government would not allow him to follow
bis pursuit. To prove this, I will tell you of
the celebrated JJidoche, whom ail Paris
Bidoche was: an eccentric fellow who, by
uses and expedients, managed to lead a
double life. When bis business was over, or
he had persuaded Some comrade to finish bis
work, he went as quickly as po33iblo to his
llt'le room, took off his funeral clothes, put
on fashionable attire, and went to the city
to commence the existence of a gentleman, or
rat her of a Bohemian.
Bidoche bsd a pretty tenor voice and a
love of navigation, lie was intimate with
second-class artists, and was One of tbe crew
of the Black Coriair, one' of the swiftest Of
the fleet which lay in the Gulf of Asniores.
His acquaintances thought him attached to
the real-estate registry office. .,
vne aay ne was to laKe to Its last home an
Infant of sis mouths. That very day, fcv an
unlticky chance, there was to be a regatta on
tbe Gulf of Asnieres. Bidoche looked at his
watch; he had hardly time to change bis
elothes and get there. Duty called him to
Pere La Chaise, pleasure to Asnieres. Pleas
ure triumphed, aud Bidoche in ten minutes
had put on his sailor clothes, took the casket
containing the child to a cafe, and asked the
waiter to lay it one side, promising to call
fcr it after dinner, and arrived at the batiks
of the Seine just in time. .
He really intended to return, but he did
not reckon on the seductions of the dinner,
nd influence of the Surennes wine, or the
songs of Beraner. He did not return home
till next morning, and entirely forgot the
body. In two or three days the casket was
epeneoi, information given to the authorities
arte Bidoche forbidden to exercise big voca
tion farther. He is now a chorister at the
opera. - - -
You may ask me If thee unfortunates have
no Sunday, no day of rest or recreation, no
vacation. They have one the 2d of No
vember, the day of the Pete dtt Jlorfg, when
all work is suspended from noon till tbeaoon
of the next day. Then Government gives
there dinneriu a little cabaret ou the Boule
vard Menilmontant. They talk, fing, eat,
drink and enjoy themselves, and tho next
day return to their labor. " , ' .
- When oue gels old heisgppolnted aQOach
niaji, m a trwr4 lbr Watiivelife. ,
fh-T A T R OK OH fi, HA ljrf,TO' -t'NTTj
r Will MOM f I. K A ti t OCltT -V. Winters At
S.-n virtu Henry Banna, at Legal Rotb-e - Mot,
e Henry F.ai s, Corn-ling V. . Owryewr,
James Freelann tnd Ja-tie- Ilnnlr, exei-ntora ! ib
lal will stid letamntnf Henry "b I 'en, d-caaed,
fdarra Shel.l.n. wwow -r th- aa'd IL-nrv Mheb-en
deceae-d, anil Krt-u.nl A Kh-tdr-ti, a"d Slw-h Hbol.
dt-p, bis wit.aad Virginia SheWb-n. li-nry Hh-l-l-n.
Infant, heirs sod le tae-a of naid Hnnry Sbeblen.
dcasi-d, ef the eilv, e-mnly and ttf. or N-vr
York will take notbw thai Voteotlno Wlo-ers and
JoP'ithan li Winters, pnrtnera, aa V. Wlufera '
H"n, of the county t f Montr-ornery and rti-.o of
Ohio, did, on te ;M rf.lv of Mar. two., Ble their
petition In Ihe 1onrt "t CorTtt -n Pic as or lla nll.
ton I,, nnty, OHoj - Irt -a .11 of .aid p-irll-si abov,
nanierl, vtbn ae yaart. dxeadanta In aartd action,
s. ttlns- rorth ; Thai said Heirry Sheldon, derea-ad,
did, in hia lifetime, ewassni. to ooe Jonathan H rsh
man and Sid'l I -ah-ulii, Wiutore. pnrtrr-m. aa
llnrthnian A Winters-, a pot for $il vo M. d-ited
Jaiilinty S.t, I.H.V.; thit certain puyments wera mad,
up. n theesrne until ih STnnunf with aoc jnnlxtM
Inter.-.!, due on the Sllrdsy of January, isrei, waa
fV- .MP no ; that to senro a.Vd notoani l lloory Shel
den rxer titid a m-rTpageog .aid January 25 li',t,
to as id Htir-hman A Winters, on the f llowlntr do
actlttd real estate, situated fn the coifmtv of Ham
ilton and h'tate of "bio, to-lt: LrVs nmnb-r-d
nineWn (t'.O and twonty dT-a-on a pbvt or suMl-vi-don
made by comml-! nera appointed to idsis
partition ami btf tlie holre of William B.r de
ii iiii4, of what was commonly railed ihe l.ick Rnts
Farm, in so,-tion twenty (Ivo '!" town throe ,Ti).
and rai-pe two (2), In tho Miami Pnn-baao. in a ltd
Hamilton r-outity, Ohio, each of a'w lots eont lin
ing five (M airra, atrlrt meaTrre ; also tb south
toilr of lot nunibered eiuhteen Its), a, laid tbiwn on
said plat contololng two and a haMM?') a-rea,
Sltict iioivsiire; that said mortgage wria ..algnent
anil tra--sp-rred by sa d Hurshnioii A Winters tw
said plnintifts: that aaid Henry Hhlow a dead,
and said executors have baon appointed and titnll-fi.-d
to administer on hi eetsi, and tba, he left
sriid wldowsand halra. 1'bntaaU petf'ion c mtaing
a prayt-r that jHogment mav be reml-retl etrain-t
said execn'ors for teid sum of money, and that tb
sne he levied r nt of the aetale and chattel, to t-a
silministvr- d In the hards of said execn'ora: ai.o
for sa'S of said morrxsgi-d pr"mis"S to pay aaid debt,
avrt ror otbr proper relief. Held defnd mta are no
t Ted to appear and an.war tbeaaltf Mtititm on thn
third Staturdiiy alter the 7th nay of December, I'sn,
or judt, roent will be t.Ken iirrorit'ng t-' aaid pmver.
J. M JOIirVAN, 1 At'orneva rir
c?.-fwTh J A.-JiHDt, J Plaintiffs.
TIIO"WA HTH irTHKBH WILL TtKf
not iff (hat o the I Jig r ,-tolH-r. fsSD, FtAok
Major, and Mien 41. Major, hia w-fe, dif-d their p-ti-ti
ti ug Oust hitn ia tbo Ruporior Com t of i;lonin
imtt, wherein Ih.y alleae that on th- 27th or K.b
ronrp, 1-4S, Kllea 0. Pn.ll'-y (now "ifr-ji-r) made u
lonse of h-j,., f ,.ta S and e ia block It, In Wade aud
Dudley- subdivision in .'ine4nwati, fiontlng .T f.st
each oti tin- east uf, of .Tohn-streot, b -two-.n Oliver
and Puplar-aiti-reta, for oo yeora, renewald. fbrev-r,
at ni, iiomeil rent of SI7., payable nsiaererry; tha
mid ItTulb-rd paring all faxes, r.-its aod as
nients (h.-rei-n, wHb condition of forfeirtrm nw
ponpaynient of renla, texes. A-1 that on tlte 7tli
.loie. bs:i. anid .Slolford riH-oiiveye,l to fetid Kll.n
sri'd b-fs, s h" innpi'di:tely to.. .,..s.ion, and h ut
ever since e-cupied thosstneiT ttia no renst, eax-a or
asseesntpM a a ere ever p-ital tltidor aetii lowe; aod by
f i nson of default tl-eroin said plantiffs cans-d aiiid
bi.se to bn gwfi-ited; that Tvcently-'plalnt'tfa h.y,
discovered npon record in the Itei-orda t4 rivruiltoa
C Ulity, Ohio, a d-vd conviiing sivld Ida osutor satd
leniH by stiitl Mulford to one Tloini SriTthTa,
wl irt. deeil is a i-loi.d ii-m pbiintiffs-ti'tl-; that said
tStrulhers baa pgfer b.-n in noasaesin.ofaait prom
isee, oi pild any rent tle-refor, but h-is for six yearn
w holly ahitmtor.eit snni premises WTWeupon p'nin-tin.i-iav
jiidgms-Tit againat aallf Striitbera. to hsv-a
lb- ir tble in snot pn--oi-...r.ivtod against hiin; nnd
he is also n flll.d that miles he answer tsr d .mur
to the aai-l petition on or tWore the- lAthdiy of
1'st ciiito r, tseti, iinlgm.ut will b, taKen againat
htm on aaid petition
WARNER Itf B-tTtTHA-Jf.
o Attortrey for PliVntifT..
Clnelnhatl, November m, loisl. oola-fiV
IVUAI, rVOTIC"-VlI,H!M K.. NIHII.
d Maititr, rs. Aaiirew Mi-riTiPXen. aust Jotin tl.
Mi-Iloarl), i t tmr-.u-rs as Jli-llicken do., Huth
irfonl Baflnvs, Kio-hnel Ann Mclflti-tten. Bill
Hclh.w.fi, nic-har Wilson, Willi im PWibles aud
JoeephK. IV.Iili , lieh loliii.ts. -C,nrt ol IVunmns
Pleas, Hninilton t.-onofy il,Ls-.ii.Tho aal I defend
ants. Andrew aiol llartiaet Ann Mctii-iron and
J.lm H. and Bell. Mi-lt.wel, aon-reasdeam of the
Mn'ei-f Ohio, era h, n by notified lh on th -17th
nnyt r November, A, l iseo, the said pbiinlllT llld
hie petition In said Onurt, atiitintr that ia a pmcood
lusliiul. d bv William H. J'ominiau h. against Al
exander F Willis, In February, A. JL? l-i.5, lo f .re
tloee n mortgage upon tho following described
pt.iHiaes, vie All that l.of grousst in tha city of
Ctm itioali, in theenlaiivislon or John L Oan i, oa
tween Walnut and Vine-streets and Sixth .an d 8ev.
nth streets, and tiefu the eaat twenty-to feet of
lotnlue in said nihdi vision, ai4 heing ,ninety f.-at
fleey, and pravlug tbat th Interest of tha said
McMI.-kesi and McDowell and th. aaid HnVs. who
were .-flitted, to Im ats. parthva tsv ant suit of
Oomminick agalual Willi, ua-v b firool.l. and
that Ibe amnnntnf mt"gYi,y received by said Wllaosi
and Josv-ph B. and W IITTai-i 8 Vins, may be ad
judge.1 t" b-paid li. the said H its, as the aasigoe
!'' s"l WcMn Sen and Mc Howell, whose claims ind,
Haw were prior tothsSof said Jo-ph H. and Wil
liam H. IWhlea, StidaaM Wilson, and that Use titl
ortlo said plnli tig tnsaid premiana may be Qiii-tost-
r other relief, aod tbe s..id defendants, Androwr
and Ha-hat-l Ann McMloken and John H. and
B'-ila Bli D iwi-ll arreiiilred lo answer or demo, to
"ipetitioa on ot boforo th, 2tu day uf Docgoniiar,
noi'-fw' . V7. H A W TII.DBW, f PlsHrHrtT.
... -tA1 B.-J.ihn Morlimoro. Adm'nlstrator of
wendilu Uurkbart, dereaeed, rs. kilward tnirkhart
et ol -No 7i-fi J Ilauillt nO aiuly l'r-.l,iliirt
In pnrsuanr. of an order of the Proliant f'ourt of
?."""1.l.l.,,J.V.onnt- O"- honiiderln will, oa
6A 1 1 tiHA V, tbe sth day or Deorrabor itaxt, at II
o clock A M , sell at Public Auction, tag following
da'crthed Real Rstafe, tt-wit:
All that ce tain tract or parcel ( land, being a
part or t hi-wi st half of the nnrUi-oast quarter of
section nnmlirr eleven. In toan hiotw i and seaond
iain.,i,ai i.o.e in ine oitamt l'urciia, a-d
teiuorted as lotions, tn-wit; C -oass-ocrng at th
north vest-corner of said b ill quarter; thence run-
north With said line to thenUea of h0-lnnl.!0
taming elabteeo acres, at i ret ntoaanre, reserving
and exri-pt lngunt of aal.l eighUien acres all that
fait of suid tract that lie, on the north side or th
Jm rib Bol d Road, aod east or the road leading ta
Blue Rock (bail g Blainl on acre), and heao th,
semi- property denb-d bv Daniel O- us to Wysndlla
Burl, halt r.n the ITtb day or October, IstJ and ro
e; vded in Bo. k No. SH, peg, is, of the ktuorOt et
llsinilon t'Minty .
To be si. Id on the premises, and on tha liltowlnB
terms, to.wlt: One third rush, tho balance In on,
and two years, with interest, and aaciuesl bp mort
gage on the premises. JOHN allllt I'lMOKK.
Administrator of Weudlin llurkhort. dee'd.
Bosr.KT iwoohs. Attorney nol-dW
A DMfNITRATUKS HA LB OF
A B K Al. F8TATK -3nhn P aVogatdtnlnU.
trator of Peter Bogart. rtsajaaaed, r. Hannah Bv.
gart, tt al.ltlo. fais.J - Haaiiion Udaotr I'ronat
Court. In purniaiii-, of au order of tha Frohut,
r nit of Hamilton fonnty. Ohio, to me directed, I
will, at eleven o-okek A. H on BATUBbAV, tni
S-hday ol Decern bar next, sell at puldio awo-ton, oa
the premises, tha followlog-tVea ribed real astata.
Iree nr dewef, lo-wlt: All that Irnct of land Hrissg
and being in Anderson Township, Hamiltoa Oountv.
and on tbe waters of Kutht-nule Croek.and b.iand-a
as Pillows: beginning at an elm on the croek at th
povth-wsst oomerof tin tract; thenne aouth "34
decreea. weat 40 poles and links to a sin. In Rich
aid Arri s's line, aud corner f th. Widow B scart'g
land; thence east 61 poles and 19 liuks to a stone ia
the line id Mr Duckwail; thenoe north So degree,
en at is) poles and on, link, to comer in th creek;
thei re south lit degrees, west tc p drs and 17 link,,
to h r-lae of beginning, coiitalning JQ aoreg, 1
rood and a roda, tnwre or leas; apera-gei1 at 9M per
scrot free of dower, and teaing lot No. ivaaaiad- hg
the appraisers in tliis case. TSirms of aaluOoa.
third cash In hgnd. aiid tbe raaitlue in two eiiila1 an
nual payments, with inteawet, secured br mortgag
on llie premises, JOHN P. BOOABT,
Adinlribtratnr f P. Bogart, d eased. .
BosygT Wiihh1 Alter ey . . nol-d T
.IA,?,! ,1tJipoJ' .AllMIkls-FftA.-
TBI o! t.obert Mtelord, deceased, es, .toba
Minford, et l Hamllb n County Probata Court
w.. seo.-ir, nun-nnnre ot an oyster of th Pro
bat, Court of Hamilton cvmuty, Ohio, tug uu
dereigned. Adminlsiretrlx of Robert Minford. do-l-eesod,
will.onSATPflDlY, the 15th dug of tle
ce lobar next, at eleven et-lack A. m7 on th
pr. tniaea, sell at public auction the following do
wribed real estate, situate lying and being in th,
east half of f o south-west quarter of asction
twenty -nine, In towneliiptwo, and second fra-tlonal
range, iu the Miami Purcli vse, o-wlt: Brgiuuing
In Ihe east Hue of tho dower tract net on to the said
Jane Minford, thence south So, cast 7 (W-loo chains
to the south line of section twentv-ntne, tlu-uc
south S7 ao', weal 12 M-liio ihaina, tbenc. north 3W.
west 10 sj no chains to the north side of the e mu r
load, lk.iicpg.uith 7", east 12 77.1(l c'.alnS to tu,
beginning, conainltig ebven and M-lntl acre.
Tcinisor bale-Ou.-tbiril uaah.and 111. baUacein
oneandtwnyenrs, with, tntcrost, secured by ituii-
scs u. oa prrniiift. JAsE BIlFle'lKL),
iilm ui.lrstrlx of Bobert Minford, dao'd.
Iihikk, Attorney. n-di-dW
SUPKHIOH COiniT-MOTfrH M AT.
'I ACHill- NT.-Warv O a'badwa kandjasna. B.
( bftdv. irk, r art uers, as Tf . 0. Oh.vdwick A tat., againet
David W. Fei ten and Benjamin Kenton, prirtoor.
as VealiHi A Oo. an. 13,-nl -The anid dofapga. ta!
Iiavid V. Keuton, of the City and State or Hew
York, and Benjamin TeuUiu, of tj, ,ity of M m-t-blh,
in tb. 8tut.of Tet. neesee, am hi-rooy notiiied
thai tb. tilaiulitt'above named, avi tho ttrst day of
Octols-r, Imsi, lili-d his petition In sail Oourt, ihe
object and demai.d of which is to ntiuiin a indg-aant
axainet aaM dufendant r..r tlx sues of t4, loton st
at 7 1st reutnin fio'n Bcp-eniber svi. Isi; that an
order of attachment has boeu Issued and property
sf defendante attached, ennst-tlng uf four ble. of
twins', I bat unless the aaid defendant answer aaid
Petition ou or la-forts the citihihd.y of Decemb-r,
A 1. INio Jlidsmt nt will be rendered against them,
and tleawatd atfaclted propeny -ld. And th s-lld
u, feniiautaarfi hereby itclirled that defewitioos will
le tekett in this action at No. 17 tsprucs-alreet, in
the city of New York, mi Wednesday, tbe 2b-t dig
of l-hnenilier, A. I. 1-tKi, botween tbe bsiursof nin,
(H) o'wluok A. M. aed nine id) o'clock P, M.aalil
day. T1LBL-M A TllsDCi, for PUiuliffs.
October ST, HK.0. ' wis f W
xtriaxTIlAniNK Sf'IIEIT VS. I.KrtKUK
Ly fi lil,'H'. 21.017- Hiioilt ia(l-uim.ii 1'le.s.
VbS above-aaMed defendant, tieorge Hebeit. anon
rwaidtut of tli tilate ot Ohio, will Llk. notHak tbat
in the J7th day of bs-pteiula-r, A. D la-sl, tb- ab-i,
ooujelniaalit, f'atbarine Si-belt, fllt-d her patttfo ia
tb, Ul.ik'a Ottic. of lliafjuurtor (ioaiiuoo l'Us of
Hamilton County, Slut of Obiu. asjaiisat hlra.
wbeiein she rhargee hitu, the suid dt-leud. t, wlih
ealrrme cruelty, cr. aa neglect of duty, h.bitual
drunkenneaa for the. yra, wilful and eoutinoug
abaeooe fur tbie yvssi-s, aud with aduluay. aud -prays
fob divorced tu rn her s-id hujliaiid, hav .
the oar and custody bf her child bare h-r nam
changed to tbat of nVhater, aod hav alluiony au i
Coats. Thai aaid caus ia uow peudtug ia eaid Com,
and unleaebe appears on or lief r the 17th day of
Ileoauiber, laAo, and pl-sasl, answer ordi-nsoj- thai.to.
tha aam. will ti, hasad lit bat baeec and a daertsg
taken iherwia. . bulir. alunkg,
ol-lW ' ' Attorney for ootilioner.
5'OIPN BI TTKIt.-tlll.LKtt Via. iHKNR-g
li AsMA N.- B.-I..ie Pt..r 11.11, J P. ol (Yiu3n.
tsatl lowe-hip, Hanitlton Cuuty, Ohio. Tho da-S-iiaut
wui tax aotioe tbat at my Insta.. aaid
..las.iia- iseiicu au iiiusr Ol a. via. ntHel in til.SstKre
actio for thexourvn twenty dollar, bauj rauass as
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