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Investigating Committee.
Jb OltCounoU disousssd the question for
aesr tw houw, ;vt night, whether their honor
and good name should be preerred by a rigid
examfnttlo en mere minora in tha strsot, and
ai reteoted front the people through the press,
bat, inallr, they sb.ow.ed their good tenia by
appointing an InTeitlgatlng Committee
M stirs. Dsnnll J. Toohsv, Ileseklsb. Klersted,
EDjrv. Mack, J. F. Cunningham and J.B.
Davis, as a ipeeial committee of the City Coun
ell, are authorised to issua oompuliory prooeii
for prodiotion of paperi and attendance of
wllnersee to examine into the minora enrrect
refloating upon the integrity of some member
or membari of the City Council, in oonneetion
with prlrllegM lately secured to street railroad
companies. .... -u. r,.j. , ... (
Their meetings are to be hold In the even-
efii'gs.".Pe do not know that the influence
alleged to have been leoured by street rail
road companies has resulted in any marled
.betrayal ;o .tha people's interest, for that
happily was the special care of a few effeotive
and determined men of positive influence in
"thai body, who "neutralized efforts that in
terested parties may hare made, whioh if
they had not been counteracted, would have
I had the tax-payers indignant. Beware .of
the encroachments of, power and self-inter-
'sst. Brave Counoilmen, still keep a close
watch of the rights of thepeoplol
The Washington Park.
. ;Thop.nflnlshed and desolate appearance of
tha old Twelfth-streot burying-ground, now,
,by courtesy, called "Washington Park," has
f eaueedntfo jmiuire why it is unimproved.
"Five cdmmlssioiiere 'we're' appointed by the
' Oily Council, on the 25th of November, 1857,
to take charge of the said grave-yard with
foil power ifl make arrangements with the
.lot-holders for a release of the burial-places,
. i sad to take such steps as they may deem
proper to convert tha same Into a public
park.' The committee consisted of Messrs.
Kicmtkd, Eodlbt, Eooi.ESTOS, , Ross and
- ToasBKCs, who did a large amount of work,
; but, no new oommittee having been ap
pointed, no work is now being done. Ve
; aro sorry to learn that, with a foil know
- ledge that the grounds are for a publio park,
' some of oar citizens owning- vaults therein
dtoline to remove the same until paid for the
' value of the improvements. They have been
; ' tendered an equal amount of grounds in the
Spring Grove Cemetery, and the ooit of remov
ing all the remains of their deceased relatives,
bat decline the offer without compensation be
added. The monuments are dilapidated and
the graves are sunken in, and the apparent
' negleot of the grounds, we learn, is designed to
-'' test the respect lot-holders have for the graves
of their kindred, now open to the tramp of
settle, AVe. Let this tom-foolery bs stopped;
'' let the lot-holders come to terms, and lot the
'. grounds be improved, Messrs. Counoilmen.
v.,.,,.; .
The Spring Grove Cemetery.
A law passed in 1845, authorizing the di
rectors of the Spring Grove Cemetery to sell
a front strip of those beautiful grounds, has
occasioned some of our old citizens, who are
quite sensitive about the sale of burial-places
to fear that some scheme was on foot that
there was some cat under the meal. Let
1 their foars bo dismissed; that provision was
secured at the time when the railroad right-of-way
was a bone of contention. The
. property is now under fence, built upon, and
part of it is set out with a nursery. i
- r-K. move Is desired to be made by the direo-
. tors to obtain Geo. Hill's farm, adjoining on
the Went. A small stream courses along this
hundred acres, which the landscape gardener
would be glad to arrange into a living stream,
. meandering through an artificial lake.
' this purchase be made, Mr. E. B. Bowler
, wo learn, would donate ten acres to the ceme
, tery, and a convenient western entrance
the grounds could he had opposite Hoffnes's
' "beautiful garden. This would be every val
uable improvement. The rear portion of tho
cemetery grounds on the hill is of a clayey
soil, and might be sold to pay a portion
. she purchase of new grounds on the west.
This subject at the recent annual meeting
- was committed to Messrs. Bowlib, Stbtsoh
and PaoBiSOo, to report. The population
this city of the dead is eight thousand. The
'association has $8,000 in the treasury.
Sale of the Covington and Lexington
Railroad
The sale of this road, to which we hare pre
viously referred, took place at Lexington, yes
terday, and was knocked down to Mr. Gsdos,
ens of ths present Board of Directors of the
road, at two millions, one hundred and twenty
five thonsand,six hundred and eighty dollars and
seventy-four cents. The decree under which
the ssle was made covers the first and second
mortgage bonds, ths preferred third mortgage
bonds, and about one hundred and seventeen
thousand "income bonds. The terms ef sale
were twenty thousand dollars, or Its equivalent,
down, two hundred end sixty-eight thousand
dollars in six, twelve and eighteen months, and
the balance of payments covering a period of
twenty-four years.
It was generally supposed that Mr. Gsnei
was representing B. B. Bowlsb, of this city.
The People's Free Library.
: The advantages of the people's free-circu
lating library, are not only for school child
ten, but for every resident of the city who
will comply with the rules adopted for safe
return and prudent caro of the books. The
library now contains a large supply of very
excellent books, particularly books of refer
once, and works on natural history, science
nd travels, which we recommend to young
mechanics.'
Weepecially ask tho parents of this city
leeoaaiderthe ill-spent time of many boys
' tasalag at will about tbe streets, forming
sUssJtatted habits, which should be spent in
Use nadisK-room of the common' school
' litirr,or at home in good society, or read.
tag good books, which can be obtained wi'ia
sal saws at the Mecbanles' Institute Library.
Editorial and Selected Melange.
MUosGresnwoodwasonsof theimrohassrs
at the great sals' of machinery, looomotlvas,
to., held last week at Lawrence,. Mast. Tbs
extent of lei wm $leO,D00. !k - V
The Cleveland and Erie Railroad Company
hvn received from Patterson, N.
a sew
:Tnltfn the English rii.-TWflMm
iia vi ..-.. ........ . , ' .
ini f m linrle mttii of drlvint-wheels with a
V f t
single pair of small wheels in front of them.
A double pslf of wheels behind supports the
sfteNpart of the Engine and tender, the latter
being on tht same frame with the looorao
tlve. The entire engine and tender Is about
the. length of an ordinary looomotive without
the tender. - It Is called tht Jiindetr. The
looomotive wis tested" with'1 some loaded carl,
end found to work satisfactorily.
The subscription which was made In this
obunty for ths benefit of the Italian sufferers In
the late war leaohed the sum of $10,622.
Calorie engines hare already been set to work
In England and Ireland. ' In Sweden the new
motor is In fall operation. The one need in
the Pmnt Pbsss offioe is visited nightly by
numerous men and women, who are .well re
paid for their visit. ui " ' ; ' i !
E. . .Cross, formerly of this olty, has ar
rived over land from Arlionia. : ;.
A Niw Catholic Bisho? fob Mobh.. The
Rev. John Quintan, of Cincinnati, President
of Mt. St. Mary's of the West, has been re
cognized at Rome as Bishop of the Diocese of
Mobile, vacant bv )hs death of Bishop Pcr
tier. ; , 7 .i '' .' :..! .
Chbistiab Cohvsntiox. The Christian
Brotherhood of the North-western States meet
in Convention at the Christian Chapel In Indi
anapolis, Indiana, on Tuesday, the first day
of November next, at two o'olock P.M.
A special dispatch to ths Loulsuille CourUr
announces tnat tne connection pipe oi mo
steamer Etawatha bunted on Tuesday, at
Council Bend, on the Mississippi River. The
steward and one passenger were killed, and the
striker badly wounded. No other particulars.
A Vexed Question Settled.
Messrs. .Wsidwrs A Co.' have for a long
time had aclaiin against tho city for damages
amounting to $15,000, alleged to have been
caused by change of grade of Fifth-street,
near Lock-street. Last night an ordinance
was passed appropriating to those gentlemon
$2,000 in full settlement for all claims ac
cruing and to aocrue from said change of
grade.
The Tomb of Rachel.
, The Hon. James Brooks, the senior editor of
the New York Exprui, writes to ' that journal
from tho Holy Land i . . - .. ' , '
Upon my return to Bethlehem, I rode by
the tomb of Bachel a small building with a
whitened dome, and having within it a high,
oblong monument, built of brick and staoooed
over. Ths spot is wild snd solitary and not
a tree spreads Its shade where rests the beauti
ful mother of Israel. Christian, Jew and
Moslem all agree that this is just the spot
where Rachel was buried, and all unite in hon
oring It. The Tsrks are anxions that their
ashes may rest near bcr's, and hence their
bodies have been strewn under tombs all arouud
the simple grave of Rachel. The sweet do
mestic virtues of the good wife have won their
love and admiration, as the tomb of Absolem,
near the brook of Kedrou, their detestation
upon the latter they throw a stone to mark
tbeir honor of the disobedient, while around
the former they wish when they die their
bodies may be interred. Nor is this wonderful.
The wife, worth fourteen year's servioe as a
shepherd, must have been worth having. Tbe
whole life of Bachel is, indeed, one of the
most touching in Biblical history. The sweet
shepherdess has left her mark upon the memory
of man, as well as her tomb. The tribute to
her is the tribute to a good wife, and infidel,
and Jew, and Christian all oombine to pay it.
Ths great women of the earth the Zeoobias
and Cleopatras, have died, been burled, and
and their very plaoe of burial been forgotten
but to this day, stands over tne grave ot ttacnei,
not the pillar Jaoob set np, but a modern monu
ment in its place, around which pilgrims from
every land under tbe sun gathers In respect and
reverence for the faithful wife and good mothor
in Israel. . ..
Frogs in the Stomach.
If
to
of
of
We find ths following in the Baltimore Clip-
pr of ncent dats : ,
One of the most remarkable phylsologlcal
facts known in medical history, has recently
developed Itself In the case of a son of Mr.
Chas. Davis, of this olty, who resides at the
corner of Little Montgomery and Fremont
streets. Tbe boy alluded to Is about eleven
years old, and for a long Urns has been a suf
ferer from spasms and severe ohoking spells,
which no physician seemed able to account for.
Everything promising relief was resorted
and Indeed a small fortune was spent for
sxpeotorants and other medioines. But all
proved of no avail. The boy grew no better,
and remained a puzzle to everybody until
week er two ago, when, from a violent retch,
a curions looking living frog was thrown from
his stomaoh. The boy, however, experienced
but little relief from this ejection, and still
and ohoke and
gasp retoh,
though he was poseossed up to the mouth with
similar animals.
In fact, from a very minute examination
the creature thus thrown up, we doubt whether
it really Is a frog. It looks to us more like
reptile a sort of lizard though, unlike a lis-
ard, it nas no tail, it is aoout an men long,
hali-inch broad, has a yellow belly, and
Is mors singular than all, two long black hairs
growing upward from its shanks toward
nead, in tne lorna ot a v. air. Lavie miorms
us that ths boy has sa exceedingly unnatural
appitite. He devours everything in the shape
of food that bs can lay his hands upon, with
the voracity of s wolf, and never appears
havs enough. How he thus became possessed
is a mystery; me spawn or a irog may nave
been drank into tbe stomsoh with water,
this is only conjeotnre. Mr. Davis, himself,
is disposed to ascribe the matter to evil influ
snoes as exerted by conjurors, bnt such an ex
planation as that is scaroely worth mentioning.
Mr. Davis, wno was ones wealthy, by tnis
fliction in his family, has bsen reduoed
poverty,'
f-0n the 1st alt., tho tomb of Charles
was opened in the presenoe of the King
Sweden, Frince uscar, and otners, by 1'rofesror
Frjxell, (he Swedish historian. This was
to set at rest tbe stories which have been
about ths manner of his death especially
of assassination. From an examination of
body it was determined that death was caused
by a large projectile, which entered tbe
temple ana came ont tnrougn tne riant,
Charles was la tbe trenches before Frederick'
stein when hs fell, with his left side turned
toward the enemy, this discovery must,
least, very much reduos tbe probabilities
atsisslnation.
EscirED rnoH ths Pssihstiabt Okb licit
dim Dollars Bkivibd. On Tuosday,
. . . J W!l.f
Sine O C10CK, a prisoner nuuiou nuuam
Espdv escaned from the Frankfort (Ky.'
Penitentiary. lie was about five feet
inches in bight; weight about one hundred
and fifty pounds; had blue eyes and
hairi had a small scar under left breast;
one above right temple, and one on the
loot, under tne ankie. a rewnru oi iuu
offered for his apprehension.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, October 5.
WOUtO
On the rsoent reception of the new Brsiillsn
Mlnlnter hr the Preiideot, the latter took oc
casion to express the hope that the Brulliaa
itriotion on our oommeroe with tnai oonntry.
A private letter from Arlzonia, oatad .tne
14th ult., says that tho Apaohas are getting
bolder, "and we" tave'almost ttrt nsual murders
and fights. .., , . i ,,, t '
The vote or the recent eleotlon for delegate
to Congress exceeded twothooeasd.,, Only
about oue sixth of the voters participated in
tbt New Mexican election. ' - ' "
' But little information has bsen rsceived In
official quarters in addition to what was tele
graphed yesterday relative to the fillibuster
movements. As to the reported departure of a
party of fillibusters, the only authentio account
in the possession of the Government Is that
they left In a tug-bout, about ten miles below
New Orleans, but whioh could not oonvey them
to their plaoe of destination. They doubtless
j parted to be taken on board a larger aad
more Suitable stesmer. ' '' -
In the mean time Collector Hatch and his
deputies and other Federal officers are, accord
ing to their' Instructions, resorting to every
legitimate means to intercept the fillibusters.
In addition to other measures, vessels have
been dispatched for that purpose. ' 1
While tbefle things are progressing In Nsw
Orleans, information has been received that
a number of fillibusters are in Mobile, some of
whom were prominent in the Svnn filibuster
ing expedition, whioh vessel, it will be remem
bered, was wrecked at mover s rveei. aub
Federal officers there nave been instructed 10
watch their movements, and act accordingly.
It is tot yet considered necessary to send out
any new luBtruotlons to our naval forces in the
Gulf and Paoiflc, as the vessels now there are
in possession of the orders heretofore Issued
In relation to these unlawful expeditions. -
The success of this new filibustering move
ment is not considered in the least degree
S remising, but should the adventurers invade
'icaragua and interrupt the transit, there is
reason to believe that our Federal forces would
promptly interfere. The power ia found in
the Lnmar-Zeladen treaty, and to its exer
cise Nicaragua would have no abjections. :
H. G. Faut, who has been adjusting the
two per cent, fund account on behalf of the
commissioners of Missouri,has been officially
informed by tbe acting eommissiones of ths
General Land-office, that there is due to the
said State on that account $347,500.
General Jesup is still confined to his house
serious illness. - -
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, October 5.
Stocks are muoh depressed, and prices havs
touohed still lower points. The heaviest fall
Is in those speculative stocks whioh attracted
the most attention in the recent upward move
ment. ' ' . ' ' '
Business In New York Central oontintlnuoi
large, principally for cash, the aggregate sales
reacning o,ouu snares, racing ju.au uuuoi
went a fall of ii per cent., falling as low as
75o. . The latest information in , rogard .to the
mail Contract is that Johnson and his agent,
Mr. Sloo, confess their inability to get the
mail through, which, of course, is a virtual
failure of contract, and tbe probability Is that
Vanderbilt's line will perform the servios for
ths next nine months. Johnson's sureties are;
however, still negotiating with the Department'
The Western Stocks show an average ofl.
per cent, with free sales. Illinois was steadiest
of tbe Western list, closing at MWA. On
tie Bond and State stock list there were no
important changes. Money is active at full
r .. .
rates. .. .-
The West is looking heavily upon the banks
at pressnt, and the indications ars that full
rates will be maintained for ths next fortnight,
or at least till tbe marketing of the produce in
turn produces the nsual relaxation, which
follows tbe process ot liquidation. The bulk
of the business on call Is at 6?, with ex
ceptional transactions at 8 per cent. Long
Paper is plenty and must undergo a strioter
classification. Four months bills, gilt edge,
go at 77,'j, and six months at 7J48. ,
la Foreign Exchanges nothing ot moment
doing, and Sterling dosed dull at U0y,l0l4 .
There are fow engagements of specie for tbe
Saturday steamers. The shipment will be
about $750,000 or a million.
Between the Boards stocks were lower, and
a moderate panic was shown in New York
Central, which sold as low as 77. Tbe le
port was current that freBh certificates from
Albany, to tho extent of 2,700 shares, had
made their appearance, all belonging to a
single family. There are largo contracts
falling due to-morrow, and a lower market
would not be a surprise to many.
At ths Second Board. United States Fives
of 1874 fell lA; Tennessee Sixes roBe K E"8
t iltn Mortgage sold at u; raoiiio man leu
14: New York Central ODLncd at785, and
closed at 78, a fall of K with ajbusiuess of
tnree nuudred and tweuty-nve snares; Illi
nois Central rose Mx Michigan Central H;
do. Southern (preferred) foil X Cleveland
and Toledo hi. and Jtocic isiana oner
selling down to 84.
Tbe Kno itoad paid, tnrougn its .Receiver,
in ttAiitamher. $584,320 S3, of which was Paid
for labor $352,488 7i. The receipts of the
road were, from all sources, $021,033 67.
The Cricket Match.
NEW YORK, October 5.
a
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of
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a
The match at Hoboken was resumed this
mormnsr. Tne Dlav on tns cart ot tne Amer
icans was very good, wnue mat oi ins an
England eleven was splendid. The latter
won the match in one inning and had sixty.
four runs to snare.
Tns tollowing is uie balance ot tne Amer
icans second innines made to-day:
Head, o. Lockyer, S; Wright, b. Wlsden,
. Walker, t. wisdon, U; b. w. uniBiey,
Carpenter, b. Coffin, 4; W. Correy, 1. b. - b.
Coffin, 6; H. Lillyehlte, o, Lockyer, b. Coffin,
0; L. R. Page, (not out,) 0; leg-byes, Ao.,
runs made yesterday, 35, Total Americans'
second innings 54.
Episcopal Convention.
RICHMOND, October 5.
to
but
The delegates to the General Convention
tns Protestant Episoopal Chnrcn assembled
this morning, and after a sermon by Bishop
Otev, of Tennessee, the House of Clerical and
Lay Delegates was organized ny tns seieotlon
Kev. Crotgbton, ot Metr xork, lresidsnt,
and Rev. Or. Howe, Seoretarv. The House
then ajourned till to-morrow. The House
Bishops was also organized, the Right Kev.
Bishop Meade presiding! by seniority. Rev,
Br. Balche, of Maryland was chosen Secretary.
From New York.
NEW YORK, October 5.
XII
of
done
The death sentence passed on James Ste
Dhens.the wife-poisoner, was affirmed to-day
by tbe Court of Appeals, while the same
Court reversed the sentence of James Shep
hard, condemned to death for murder
arson.
Georgia Election.
AUGUSTA, October 5.
left
as
at
The Third Congressional Distriot is oonceded
to the Oonositlon. '
Tbe balance of tha dlstriots are regarded as
Democratic, though ths rots in ths Seventh
and Eighth Is close.
River News.
PITTSBURG, October 5—P. M.
Ko change in the river since noon. Weather
cloudy. .
LOUISVILLE, October 5—P. M.
five
River stationary, with four feet seven inches,
in tne canal.
Movements of the President.
BALTIMORE, October 5.
left
is
President Buohanan arrived last ntght an
left by tha Northern Central Railroad thi
morning for Wheatland.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
sy-A new county ,in Indiana 1 talked or,
to tie formed out 01 u oounuei oi ua rone
and Porter, end Westyille or Michigan City
as county eat.
1 1rowatfVxpeotsd to number, in the
oenaus of 1880, a population of seven hun
dred thousand, and, by apportionment, In
ten years, to secure ten Instead of two mem
bers of Congress, r ""
.fmHt. O. W. Brlggs; the late pastqr of
the First Baptist Charon, Brooklyn, dellvsrsd
on Sunday, October 1, to bis late charge, two
sermons of unusual foroe and fsrvor. Hs goes
to Rook Island, Illinois. .
"Tbs great light between Australian Kelly
and Ned Pries Somes off to-day, near Buffalo.
Prise Is to be seconded by John C. Heenan,
the Benioia Boy, and Kelly by Harry Gribbin
and Jem Massey. To avoid loss of time and
disputes at ths ring, a referee is tobesslsoted
before tearing Buffalo. ' :: ','',
sAs we learn from an exchange, a lady
at Salem, O., has recovered a verdict of $000
against the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincin
nati Kauroad company, as uamttgoa iur ut-
ing been ejected lrora tne cars., ueiung ou
tuiarii th train a.t Crestline, she offered the
conductor a ragged $1 bill in payment of fare,
but be refused to taxo it. saving no oujw
money, she was put off the train in a rain
storm, half a mile from the station, aus
bill was proved to be goott, ana wo jury ren
dered a verdict in favor of plaintiff. . .
MARRIED.
ATARS-MAGIt-X.-Oct. S. 185, at OOTlnsrton,
Kr.. b Rav. M. MaaiU. Jamri Avars, jr.. Attorney
ut. iVW. in Mtu. Lugv.W. a. Mas U 1. third daugni
third daughter
of the officiating clergyman.
Dixon's ' Blackberry Caiminativ e,
"a tart, iast aid saweoiuAt odb, roi
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, 6e
. , . . , ear.Jwentr-llvs oents per bottle."W ,
-I.,,.. GEO. M. DIXON, Vrufgist,
anX-ora '' Corner of fifth and Matn-atrwts.
Democratic County Ticket.
.'t ' i' itstsleaatst- -
THOMAS SI. KIT, Olty, . ?
OIO. W, HOLMES, Spencer Tp.l
. 11. A. riRGOSON, Green To.
' ) . Bouse ef Bepreeentatlveit
WM. J. FlAGO.Cltn
' '" JOHN 80HIFP, Delhi Tp.j 1
JOSEPH JONAS, Oltyj
PATRICK KOQIBS, Oltr, ' '
J. f . WBIGHT, Bpringfleld Tp.i
' DB. WM. JONEB.SvoamoreTprf ; ,
: WM. 8. JISUP, Harrison Tp.
: - Board of Equalisation: ' 1
DR. J. h. VATTIHK, OKr.
" : f " IBBAEL BROWN, SjoamoreTM
'"'''J. DAN JONES, Columbia Tp.
'" 1 : " Oountv Treasurer:
;'' DB S. D.OROOKSHANK.QreenTp.
' :; ' Jadge of Court Common Plea " '
' ISAAO O. COLLINS, OUT.
Oonnty Oommiaslonen
' " JOHN N. RIDGW AT, Olty. ' '
'':'"' Director of infirmary: '
" : ' SJAMCEIi BE 'H.Green Tf. ' '
-i :,'; i taeptt . -- '
V. fij ROWBKAMP IS A OANDL
dalofor reduction to the office of Justice of the
SPECIAL NOTICES.
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- r Just received, by Express, to-day, a '
beautiful lot of
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS.
The atyles are new, end the goods
eholoe. ,, .
, ALSO A fow elegant Bldlnj Hats.
: D. F. BAKED-, ...
W Walnut, below Fourth. -
ocSawf
WHOT.ES AliB . BUYERS Will
And In our Jobbing Department a stook of
HATS, CAPS
AND
T.ADTJES' 37 XT H. El.
Quite
as attractive for variety, oheapnees and adapt-
ation
In any Eaatern eitablisbment.
W nauu. v. 1
We have a large and desirable stook. Merchant
will find it. to their advantage to give us a calL
WM. DODD & CO.,
144 Main-street,
oclbw East side, below Fourth.
LATEST. G ESTLEHEN
will be gratified by an examination of sr
Dreee Hats now In style. We make tbe flneat Hats
for tbe prlos asked that can be found, and guarantee
our
JOUB DOLLAR HAT
To be eual to the "Beit Hats" sold for thatlprics any
where East or West; jjuiiuauu.,
ocl.gwt lt4 Main-street, east side, below Fourth,
MXTEENTii WAfeD 0PO-
atTinw nii.i.v .nniiff to tha rAiciiel
HlDAT EVENING. October 7, at the corner
Eighth and Freeman-atrtiets. Music, the Artillery
and Fireworks will give interwt to i nemptine.
Commercial oopy H aad charge Press.J
ftiLOSANTEVIlLE LODGE Tio.
&tj 336,1.0. O. ., meeta every TUUBSDAT
KVESISG, at the north-weat corner of Wadn-street
anu weNiftrn-row. neniDera ui im unmr i
pectruliy invttea to atiena. jyim duuuo,
ocb . ,, ivevoruiua okviumj.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING
f ttti. Ilnnnalflnn VntATa nf thft FlftMnth
w.rrt alii h HaM on "rntutRDAV XVENING.
tbe Knlns-houe on Fifth street, below Bmlth,
seven o'clocs. vome an ana comn imriy.
oc - ii. V. Luus.utt, rresiaenc.
' . Charge Times.
PALMER'S - DEPII.ATORV
POWDER will remove euwrflaona hair
lihnnt fill. If nwil urorrilnff to the directions.
Beiagentlrely free fromall arsenical or other poiion.
ous ingredients, no dan r need be apprehended from
lu appucatiou. rnovcen.
ocS.
PALMER'S BALM OF HOSES
W la a preparation that will be duly apprecia
ted ly all that desire to restore by art tbe bloom
youtn. lie application qmio eney, iw ubcib
naturil, and its me le entirely harmless. It
applied with a moistened cloth. Price J5 cents loot
PALMER'S LIQUID BLANC
nit PKAHLB ia fiat autienedins the
oi powaer, lor ine iiw, ui, iu miuhwu .v u
. . j .. - .i.i : . ! ... ... -II V.
air&Die properties oi me uuont puwuor, ihwmm
inaioiAiinyinsnu inuiminMiui, nwu. m. .uu
ImraandfreckU". and when properly applied, itsef.
r.tm nnt ha HfallfiffiiUhAjl frnm thnMn nf Nfttnre
Kaanie itlianniirf with Aloft finonffa.
bins the bum gently wild a piece oi soet uaunei
it has beoomo dry. Price M cents.
Mannfactnrer and Importer of Perfomory, ISo.
nuiiifn i nii.n cm. a.rai.
West lonrth-itreet. ocft
ryc3TIIAT DR.
ROBACK'S SCAN-
Pilli nnd Blood Fori
fler are a posltlTO cure for Dyspepela ia proved
numerous testimonials 10 tne irociora pw-iod,
which can ba examined at bis office.. So.
Fourth-street. bv any one at any time. ocl-am
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS,
The ra.vilua.tlon of real estate
by
Llti TlUtrlrt AliMlinri. Is DOW ODOn
ttntt b Ilia rintifv
Ion, at tbe County Auditor s olBce, to which atten-
tlon is directea. If any complaint is to be made,
imA ihniiiil Im In writing, and Druvions to the fourth
Monday in October, 1SOV, after which no oomplalut
will be received.
By order of the Board ' uallaailon
aeD27-tt Auilltor,
tV9KENNED'S MEDICAL DI8
Urs. nnvRRV liiknowledcedbr the most
lnat., .hnifUn. ami hv the most careful drnssistl
thrntihnti tlm TlnltMl KtltM. tO 1)0 thS mOStflffeCtUal
blood-puriflerevnr known, and to have relieved
eunering. ano eusoiwi nw ikjimilu.-u. vu.un,
n nronnpifitin knnwn to the vrofession. ficroiula.
Halt Bhenm, Kryelpeia", Scald-heed, acalv ernptlon;
of whatsoever nature, are oured by a few bottles,
,K...tam .n...irafl tnfnll itrenirth and Tltfnr.
and explicit direci ions for the care of nlcerated
legs, and other corrnpt and running ulcere. Is giTsn
the pamphlet with eanh bottle. For sale by JOHJJ
TAliK, 8DIKB. IHKbMIlI and OKOBal
M.D1XOM. Prise II, sepis-ay
Opposition County Ticket.
For Jade of the Oonrt of Common Plesst
; f WM..M. DIXON. ' f.
Ior Dlnotor of Oonnty lnttrtjrn
.iji h. MTJOHMOBt J :,
Tor Members of the Stats Board 6f laaalbatloai
JOHN F. TOBBM01,
SAMUEL B, KITH,
." O. 0. HATS.
S"or Treassren
- BOB1BT HEDflst." " "
For Ooauty Oommlsslensr , . . .
JOB. I. BOSS. '
CITY TICKET.
' For Joitlm of the Peasr.
F. X. MARTIN, ;
: H. H.SOUCLTl. .
1 1 .
Opposition State Ticket.
'. ' .',;'For State Senators: .... . "
W. S. BOBBOWES,
W. L. LE0NABD, , 1
BENJAMIN EGOLESTON. " .
For State Bapresentatlvev " '
Dr. WM. B. DAVIS," '. ",:V i
SlUSTAVB TAFEl, '.
W.O.OBIPPEN, ' i
JEPTHAGABBABD...
JOHN M. COCHBAN. -' i , r..
WM. FLO BO. ' '" -
... JOSEPH .CILLKT. :
.sepiT
Opposition Meetings will be held at
the following places!
THURSDAY—October 6.
Jamee Elliott, and 111 Utrmaa Dy xaiei ana uarnira.
nr.,....TTIll. At .lnnnHnn nf MftHlsnn And HOUt'
gomery Boadt-W. o. Burrowes, A. B.Jones aad
omen. 1 ,
Armstrong Meeting Honsa, at Indian Hill-Tor-reaoe,
Eggleaton, Mucbmore and otuen. ;
Wlneburg. Andereon Xowntblp-Meiprs,' 'Jseobl
kid otbtra, la German. .v .
Dent,GrsenTownshlp-J. A.Gnrley, Deenard and
O, W.VnaUB.. V"
FRIDAY, October 7.
Blsbt Mile House, Green ToBnablp Bpeaserk
O. Thorpe, James Elliott and W. G. Crlppsn. ".. ,
Mlamltown-D. Thewrlght, QUley, Dr. leonard,
Llppltt and otbors. : :
SATURDAY,October 8.
Flaxmyer'i, Uoleraln Townatilp Kjgleiton, -aanrak,
Tafel, Vloro aud Garrard.
Murphy'a School House, Delhi Towjah lp J. P.
Wllliamn, P. Zlnn, Dr. J. A. Ward.r, A. W. Bllnn
and. Dr. Leonard.. .., :. . . . , ., , ..x
Montank-E. 8. Llppltt, J. H. Jones, W, O, Thorps
sadfloro. -
Poiktown, Bymmos Townehlp-Unole Joe Ross.W.
0. Thorpe, Egglonton and others. ' '1
Union Meeting for Harrison. Whitewater and
Oroaby Towneliips, at Harrison, Saturday afternoon
at two oVlocki-Burrowes, , Leonard, Crlppon ana
0tChe" lot-Hon. J. A. Ourley, P. Zlnn and Uncle Joe
Boas... if v i . in
MONDAY, October 10.
Dav's Sebool House, Green Townahlp-ur. ijeonara
and DnnUp.in Engliah, aud Tatol In German. ,
By order of the Oommittee.
... . , .,,.!
J. E. REES, Sec'y Opp. Ex. Co., Ham. Co.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DRY GOODS
Bought at 25 per cent. less than .
IMPORTERS' PRICES.
J0gT RICIIYSK FROM THI
NEW YORK AUCTION SALES,
FAKOT SILKS.......... ...,....at sx.
BDPllft BILKS - .......I..Jt 680.
EXTRA 8ILK8 ;....-at 7o.
ILE8ANT BLACK 81LK8 at 75c.
riGUltKD rilENCff MEmNOE3.......'.....,.at ISO
PLAIN FRENCH MEBINOKii ,........;.....at Mo.
SOPKR ENGLISH MEBISOK3 at .
PAItIB VALBSCIA8 - at 160.
1
ALIO, A SAT TAB18TT Of
J pggg -J- Q O Cl 9 j
That will comrars favorable wl tb the above prloes.
THE DOMESTIC STOCK
' Comprises all tks beat brands ef
9bUagit .T.--1 1
lilrtlngf, - ' -
Calleoas,
:-.';: ! Linens, ;
. ; Flannels, ftc
Whish 1 am ow offering at ;'!;
MANUFACTURER1 PRICII.
CU$, 8. WEATUERBY,
113 Fifth-street, , ,
BETWEEN
VINE AND
. ,' octa-b
RACE-STREETS.
Cincinnati, Hamilton , and Dayton
RAILROAD
Cincinnati Trotting Park.
A TRAIN OF OARS WILL LKAVJS THE
ai. ..,. rtinntnn FRIDAT. October 7.
2:30 P. M. Returning will leava the grounds at
close of the race.
- Vara Piftv Cents Out and Back.
ocS-b ' : I). WcLAKAN, Bnperlntendcnt.
PATENT.
IMPROVEMENT
pisigB -..I
isGMWAllTOVfl
IN
I Any Htylsof flratea eaa tmSet or Beast with
una luipruvcH".M .
A 8 THB MERITS
OF THIS VAL-
IUm'Ib thlV eityand wlf" nl' y by overFIVKTHOD.
BAND who hare need it the ;paet two w ntere,
rr st ntr M T..M.wiant hari IVIMfl mi IV smart-
presume It la only necesnary '""""""-:
Ire acoNoiiT i
LthVirGrateVrbob
mo commences! the sooner u is oest ine "(.
OnVworkmea leave no dirt: there la no nsceaslty
removing carpets or furniture.
Any c'mmfmlcatin; throne mall will reeeiv.
prompt attention, and descriptive tiiroulars will
,oirj!iLrr.h.i.fiAtNo:3owMt Fifth
street, where) the Patent Hlove may be aeea
J. B. BY AN ds sju., i-roprietors
J. BIiAKXIiT, Genera! Agent. o
at
w
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NEWIyEIlT.ISEM:ENTS.
s
1 4;9933ISl-? f.
Deialers in ExaKan'ge,
THS TJNDERSIQUED, OP THB LATA
HoUMOf ( 1 .' ', '
. .. QIJUsfQRH St BROTHERTON,.
Has sommsncad boilntM andsr the fbovs trm naa
AaKeswV and 0 Thlrd-atreet, tTrnat Cons
pany BuUdlnc.) "
t.pTm : ' J. H . BR OTHBRTOW. .
iiiidii
?
3
LATIWEU.COLBUjlN & IUPT0N,
yr
Ho. PEARL-WHEET.
OUR' i ALL STOCK Of HARDVAEB .
new full and complete, and Includes the follow
log foods, in large quantities: ...
i , -,
i i r f .!' . ,
Batcher's C. , Files, flrat sualltyl
Bvtehar'a C.S. Flies, Anehor brnndj
gpear & Jackson's Saw and Edee Tool
W'ostenholm'a Cutlery, la erea vartetrl
liamson, Goodnow de fio.S Table Cntleryj.
Axee-f Be celebrated "Ij. C L.' bread,
. . tbe best and cheapest Axes In market
1.600 doaeni
Hunt's Axe land Edee Toolsj ' ' ' ,
Walker's Chnlna, Ofctfltn'e Horse Nails,
Armltaee Mouse-bole AevlU, Hoe'
Ce.'eHaws, Boston Beltlne Cc'e 6eede
; I Auburn Flanpsi Nstylore Steel, &e4;.
And a large aseortment of AMIBIOAN, BIOtrSH
nS lBMAN BHELf HABDWABB.'WhlsB wttl
be Sol So the Trade at greatly redueed prloes.
, ,T COLBURN &
: LUPTOX,
rfo? 8fl Wwf street,5 Clnoiniiati, Ohio.
:, -. , .. "oott1 .
EXPOSITION
i-es
- LADIES'
CLOAKS
. .1 . .1
FRIDAY, OCT. 7.
s.i:- ' ' .I "
COnPfBK FIFTH AND TINB.
. ., - ! oooetl .
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
,; And Others Wishing a Supply of
iLJVE1 fcOOKS,
School- Books ,
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
'lit
STATIONERY,
ACj &C; fcCa
vTILL
r.U...ir
FINK AT
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
r.vxsor. nj:f
--IBS
LMgeir M Most' Complete Stock
IN TBE WEST.
.XUAJJ
Df-Dealers vliltlbg the elty will please bear la
mind that opr honsa tsieoBVenlent to all the Pearl-
street store, and those having business In tbatgnar-
ter havs only to step aroand ths sorner to purohaie
their Boot "'"
AW LEGATE ,& CO.
Bemember the Number,
43 r ''43.rtt3-;,.4.:- 43
Metiii-street,
neS-o ..' ; . . PELOw SBCOND. '
MISScS BAIRD,
118 Went Fourtb-itreet,
rjiVITE TEE ATTENTION OF THB
L ladies to their nsw and extensive stock of
MILL.INEBY,
i.'.L
; Dr TriniMngs,
'? EMBROIDERIES,
-,... -
Xj.OID goods,
cloak8 and 8hawl8,
HOOPS SKIB TSs best In narketl
SHELL COMBS), Blalo ot inlaid wish sioldj
HAIIt PINS, newstjlesj
SHBTIiAND WOOL VAIXSl
' PORT-MONNAIKS.MJBIK
' HEAD DKBHSEHl
HID O LOVES, BRIDAL FAN8 ,
KBTTt) FOK THB DEAD)
And a great variety of Fancy floods, whioh w otter
. attOWPBICtl.
X?TMISSES : BAIRD,
118 West Foarth-atreet,
Between Vine and Base.
oelaw
LIGHT IN THE FAB WEST!
M ROBIN", Jr., A CO., NO. 8.1
e Vest Fifth-street, between Bmlth and Join,
eep eonstantly on hand the best article of COAL
Ib. and LAMPS) of tbe most Improved patterns,
particularly adapted ta bnruind the same. aepSOaw
., LANE BOD LEY,
stAiOTAortrasiB or .
Wood-Working Machinery,
ANO OIK0ULAB SAW MILLS,
0smerJebanWeur ta.,01aeluatt,0
aps-ly

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