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LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. odicai,retains its ancient popularity in
the midst of such immense comr Wien.
The vast resources of the publis ere are endetice Day." Eery boy will lind .
gmusement,' and it may be eventual ' :Troika .
profit, in "How to Make a Boat, and he ',
will certainly laugh heartilf when. he ; Ve marked the follow lines of r
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, ery, Ladles' Note Paper, Visiting Cards
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and Cut- AN 'A:), le
, 015 QR i $'0P00 ft I
ums Stereoscopes and Views, tv , , 1,,
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! ' . directed to that one grand object, and it
' reads about the Cave Speen ation." ' , -""' k nd Games
. A ',, Crdenet, Children's Boo e a ,
a la by no means likely that they will fall 1 1 0 bk.1 U 4'
Miss Aloott's lever seritd, "Eight ' ', ' ' .
' .: , 1,...' ' WIA, CAMS HARRIS le the onty AUthor- in its attainment. In the opening pages Cousins," and Trowbridge's "Yclang Summer Underwear Chromes,. Mottoes,' Illuminations, Sun
; - ' -'.- ''' ' toed rier ot TRE STAB on Walnut
, , . of the July number we are presented Surveyore," are continued. There are,
T-JA.EuEns9 ., , lerdy,CAllibCani, ,'
day-sohool Musicbooks, at STEVENS'
AP 41,, tokoje w
;wed description of "Newburyport and its ."""--
, ' - - ' , - - Mille. end ail money due Tax STAtt is to
1 ith a profusely and elegantly illustra- h,.,,,
Neighborbeod." This,' if the writer is es other shorter titles,: with - ' - . ' Boot-store, 89 West Fourth etreet (next
to St. Paul's). '1
' , '' , ' : loa paid to hlin. ketcheshistorical, geographies', eto.-- ': AT 'IlsOlDel TO SELL THEM -,
A and easy lessons in the arts and sol- t - '
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', r, -. ,- , . ., Cremona of Cumminavi c t my15-50t-IP,M&W '
guilty of no exaggeration, s o e
- -1 c6 w ences which it would not be in our Ladles Galize Merino Vests, 65c. - ''t
, , , ., , - - Trisa STAR left with them, by the carrier, t, 4. .0))
lit' ', ç TY ' - Barman Booklaus, by leavins orders at
. The list of eminent men who have re- F-, - -- Ladies Gauze MerinoVests 75c.
9 A NEW PERFUME, delicate, tweet, slid -Ho& , , ,:f
' , ''. - . gne othal el Fine a MeGarý mei Felem sided there at some period of their lives -', Tux POPULAR SCIHNON MONTHLY .. ItELDVCED RATES,
- . , Agents. Ladies' Gauze Merino Vests $1. , Jut the article demanded for eve sir
, fat xtent. It b erha s
. is of wonder e P P n-- , ,
for July contains a large number of val- i . -- -
b f th bli
't ' 44 - - :Probably cloudy, or partly to, with light thus conspicuously e ore e pu oci Ladies': Gauze Merino es
, v ts Pan...needle noute. p'-'
and gentleman's toilet. i 000;;;r
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- 4. ' - . , hod shows to-day, and clearitigondfair
, most remarkable places on the continent.
entitled to tbe privilege of being placed
and the reader, we are sure, wilt be gla
&nether finely illustrated paper, which owe; now to enumerate. ' i
uable papers, both original and selected.
rTah en gs tie , haat 1de tar ow itanev oar - - RAILROADS. ,
,, . ' BALTIMOR ...
scription best suited to the understand- . . , , . ' - , ' .- - WAS INOTatt.
can readers. "The Sun's Work," "The ' 6 00 , - 'T, 1
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nu II b loyo mo pr r et hh ea ut e idve u: : , I NEW tORIC $141 00 ler sale by all Druggists and Fan teetsii
' $125. -- - PIMLADELPHIA le OH J L BITELDSAL & C. . will , i
, ' ' k , ' . - totpuight or to-morrow moriting. , "A Glance at the Island of Lewis" is 6 00 ' t Mannesctnrinehemists,Olndnast - : , , 4
ing and taste of the mass of the Ameri. ' ---ALs0... Je25-11',MAW-Im , : ,: , ,
; . v 1 .' ,. - N ' 1194114. L BILEVITIES. carries us beyond tbe beaten track to a Australian Fever Tree," " Thunder ' DIEN'S AND 'CHILDREN'S - REDUCED RATES VIA . .
locality seldom reached by the tourist. 1. LEGAL. - '!
, 1 - , '' - Tux alarm from box 12, about.; o'clock Shosvers." "Savagelem and Civilise- ' - -
, . The rialtimore and Ohio ------------------------ tk
.. ,-.1. ',, ,, last evening, was false. Parton's history of caricature ' is
brought down to the "Revolutionary tion," "Recent Polar Explorations," will -
receive the Viarmest commendation Summer Underwear AND VOTICE.Tho undersigned hits been ,
- r ,, , , PEOP:rETEE E. CLABx, the popular period, and, in our estimation, it is ). Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad Co. pi appointed Administrator of tiniest& I,'
wherever read.' . , , , oseph M. Runyan, late of Hamilton con , ,,, 4 , dp,' ,
1 . I ' Plinciptd of Gaines' Riga School, is to more interesting than any of the previoge ,
"Biography of a Bird" tells tle all , , At a Correspondingly Heavy Reduction. ' WASHINGTON', tio.
, . , ,, - LAM, deceased. All persons indebted to ti .7
,1 ' . , - deliver the annual .address before the ones. It will afford both amusement slid
'7, N. ,,-, ' , about the lite and habits of our old ao- . BAII'DðORE, MO. tate are requested to make hninediate pa , .,, .1.!.:
, 'heresy societies of Berea (lollop, Kea- instillation. '
quaintance, the "Bank 8 wallow." "Her- HOSIERY & UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT. - . ' N
1491LAD434plitA, sil: ,ment and those having &tiling against the atut ' ,
1I'l -- - mucky, le-niorrow. "Wanderings in Brittany" contains a Evy yoluc,,og 25. will present them, duly authenticated, to . ft, i
- monies of Solence and -Religion" is a undersigned for allowance.
' F t ' ' ' - ' VINE Wine Growers' Auociation on brief tuft charming view of a land rich in carefully prepared treatise in defense of ' ' ' ' .' ' ---, ' '-''' '' ' Tickets good until timed. WILLIAM AlitiO, Administrator. ' '
' ' Saturday afternoon elected as mem- historic and romantic associations. the doctrine that , "Nature Worship" John Wirt -- & Co
1 1 o takere,,,nevaticlarni;),rantiNtng ,j,,,,I,E.v.do,,ivetto707.. . : ,,,,,tst. . ,
- ,- - ,, tore Messrs. Wm. Hughes and Thomas The humorous is faithful!' rendered,
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-, . ,) . - , - Lane, of the clt.;, and. Louie WI- by bOth pen and pencil, in " he Story of tenet be the foundation of all true re
ligion. "Sexual Cerebration" is a chaste I i Burnet Rout and at Flumetreet Depot.
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- halm, of Wheeling, eet Virginia. a rom one. , 1 i
0 , and elegant discourse upon a delicate but , ' . West Fourth Street. ' IðT.,ft BRA 4:1')' W. W."BEABODY, A,TTACH .
MENT.P. A, Keck, M. D. PlaiM '',
7' ' '' '' A LAD named Morgan, twelve years The task of supp y pg the inevitable aumportant subject. "The First and - 01. a ALB. Oen. Supt. 1,14 EC. tiff, against T. liannentnacher, befoul.. ' ' - 'Ils.k,,:
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:: ' ., i t- : : ' old and living on Third street, near oentennial tribute has been appropriate- the Last Catastrophe" is a profound and ,
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. . - .
. , . ifeet-tfl . ant. Before C. V. Bechmann, Justice of the , '
'peat source ot heat and light and life. .: - , - X. street from small investments in etock
' ( ' . -- ' Istam, on Saturday evening fell from the
' A NEW military company li being or- 4.
yanixed and wilt receive the name of the Bunker 11111' A splendid Ilk
The Stone Age in Europe" is oontin. There is alsoldenty of good matter in :
ued This, the fourth. chapter treats of 41 4 opilibeellany. rivileges. 100 shares ot any: stoa bought on 1875 at 9 o'clock. A. M., at No. 14 Court stree4 ' r .
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Peace, Cincinnati township, Hamilton conutyl, , .
I rformed b Rev. Samuel s ood in
Y Fe Y u g vigorous effort to point out the ultimate Oido. On the 5th day of Julie, 1875. said Jun. , -,,,
an elaborate paper entitled, "Eohoes of , FINANCIAL
,- - ' high wall in frent of St. John's Hospital, fate of the earth, in respect to the changes , - , ace issued an order ot Mtachn ent in the ahoy " ' 1
eness of. I n . p, i i
action tor the sum of fourteen do ar . a , no. .
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',.4 , pad received serious if not fatal injuries. that are known to be taking place in the ARGE sums have been realized in Wall
'. . ' ,' Daniel Web t
a er accompanies it. . , . sion is set for hearing' on the 26th day of Juice 1
the office of said Jur ice. . '.- k
C:' -:. ., i '' , ' Ts...hi.. ma Vantalinlitt (411ards Thot npirt ,....--1;. PP n,,-,....,,.. ,s, ...,s1,,. the editorial otes an . i N . 2nerkto .1 Lana Pamphleta giving method of
CINCINN8TI, JUDO 23, 1815. . . ,,:: 1 . . -'
THE DAIIX STAR.
MONDAY SONE 29
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
WILCALIS HARRIS le Ole My author
'sped carrier ot TRE STAR on Walnut
Hills, and all money due Du STAR is to
be paid to him.
Crimmins ot eumminaville eau have
res STAR left with them, by the carrier,
Borman booklet's, by leaving orders at
She adios et Fine a Ile Gary, Beal Estate
, Probably cloudy, or partly so, with light
, shown to-day, and clearing,andfair
to-fight or to-morrow cluing.
- LOCAL BILEVITIES.
- Tau alarm from box 12, about 7 o'clock
, last evening, was false.
POOTI:rinrit H. CLAux, the popular
' Ftincipal el Gaines' High School, is to
deliver the annual .address belore the
literary societies of Berea College, Ken
Wine Growers Association on
- Saturday afternoon elected as mem
', taw Messrs. Wm. Hughes and Thomas
- Lane, of the city, and Louis W11-
. helm, of Wheeling, Weet Virginia.
LAD named Morgan, twelve years
old and living on Third street, near
- on Saturday evening fell from the
high wall in front of St. John's Hospital,
pad received serious if not fatal injuries.
A arta military company hi being or
ganized and will receive the name of the
inson Centennial Guards. The next
Meeting will be held on Wednesday
evening at Roll's Hall, corner of Seventh
Fnutaitiort M. E. Ingalls, of the L,
L. Ralroad, has reduoed the fare to
- Jadianapolis to St 00 against the former
sate ot $L Round trip tickets will be
paid at 10 per cent. off. The above rates
Wilk go into effect next Thursday.
A Mum lire in some inbbish in the
wellar ol bakery on the south side of
Clark Street, a few doors west ol Cutter,
'was put out before the arrival of tbe en
gines. this morning, at half past 1 o'clock,
The alarm was turned in from-182. No
RonaLARs on Friday might entered the
- table. of W HI. Goodman, Nast Walnut
Nibs. and carried off $1500, a draft on the
Rant of Bootland for A100, and a nickel.
plated revolver. No clue to the thieves.
' Tao money kdonged to the coachman,
named Thomas Kirkland.
: - awn AOHDI Loma,' No. 95, K. S.
IL, on Me lith inst. elected the following
owned ofileers for the ensuing. term:
MEAL A. W., K. Franklin; Nese, Louis
Sugarman; Achiezer, M. Valentein;
' Alitser, M. Frankenstein ; 8opher, Julius
Meyer; Gisber, Chas. Meyer; Organist,
r- Philips; Shomer Hapesaoh, R. Zweig.
, , Commas Ileum held an inquest yee.
beds, on the body of Edward 8. Kirsch,
, Who was drowned while bathing on Fri
glay sight at the foot of Plum street.
The body was found by James Gorman,
et West Covington, about two hundred
yards above trill street. The jury re
turned a verdict; of accidental drowning.
' Tea alarm from box &À, on Saturday
sigbt. w an in consequence of the explo
- Moo els cation of gasoline in the house
-ot Mrs- helium, corner of Wilson street
awl C...rporation alley. The servant was
-.- - Wing a lamp near a hot stove, when Abe
tuld 'gaited. The lire, whieh was con
tend to a cupboard and the -floor above,
, was put out wiLhout use of th engine.
Datactrive FRÅNK MITCHELL, on Fri
M, reached Salamanca in quest of Teas
- wbo had boasted of throwing tile
, grata iron the track near Hamilton, a
week a but returned without him, as
proved au alibL It was moor.
Wood, without a doubt, that the arrested
- man bad not been in Hamilton for over
- w year, and that be was in the vicinity of
, . lialestanes at the time of the occurence.
Twa friends of Mr. Oboe. N. Miller 1
- have arrsuged a complimentary dra- I
statist and musical testimonial, to- be
gives at RobinsonPs gpera-house this
evening. An excellent'and varied pro
rogue, will be presented. Mr. Miller
trill be assisted by Colonel O. J. Dodds,
W. &Power, Mrs. W. le. Aldrich,
r Gerold and wife, and others,
wideh should all Robinson's .0p:wa
hines., as Mr. Miller deserves.
- . .
Tee member of the Lytle Grays who
toe served their term of five years will
nted to-morrow evening with
. 0-Trireq:n Medals." Captain J. A. John
gee, Lieutenant Wm. 11. Smith, Ex
Lieutenant George 0. Beach (member
, , inners corps), Sergeaut George Lee,
. Itsignant A.,11. Rounick and Sergeant
Joann Fishwick are to be the recipients.
, The medal is shield-shaped, and is of
, tdd, bearing the name of the possessor
Oa years of his serviee. , .
Commas MALEY, on Saturday after- I
.- timid an inquest on the body of
Prints, a little girl six years of
itto. The child fell sick some days ago,
Mit her mother, very poor woman, liv
, lag at the corner of Fifth and Syclamore
presto, attempted to obtain medical aid,
OM not having money was referred from
seephysician to another till Dr. Dunlap,
go Friday, visited the little suffererr but
- ' lee late to render ilegISIABoe. The little
Carded next morning, and the jury re.
a verdict of "death from want of
, Medical attention."' -
: A gotholin man named Fisher, while
staading. near a board pile. on' the land
' kigeast of Broadway, about 9 o'clock
...- last eveniug, was nagraerously aseaulted
Sy a white man, whZ ran away immedi
ately after his deed without being hien
- lite& Fisher was out severely stud
, bleeding profusely from s woUnd iu the
-- - tett side of the hoe and neck. He pro
, needed to the drug store on the corner
et Pearl and Broadway, where his.
wands wore attended to. After lying
.' ' sheet two hours or more on the floor of
,' ' Ile trug store Fisher .was put in an
. ' tco and taken to the Cincinnati
at An Moor in that district says
, Slat Fisher is a hard character and
', arty on that day assaulted an unk'nown
' White maxi, who is supposed to hate done
Ito cutting. ' .
- , , Tsus Oinoinnati Pioneer Association,
, ill their meeting, Saturday -afternoon,
, Peterned most cordial thanks "to the
: people of Chillicothe, inoluding
senor Allen and his datighter, Mrs.
. Stott; Mr. and Mrs. Worthington.
- Mayor Nick and the City Council and
. Wie treble men and women of that an
,'. poet atetropolts, whose open doors anti
- Sospitable entertainment of the Pioneer
, , poets nada the 000asion one to be
- ' ted in golden letters In their char
' tater tèr the generous and whole-fouled
', itenaise afforded the old folks. Also to
LCIEGInntIl and Marietta Railroad
yraesabod kW rorurttbeoeuirti elieurepertriond
. - .
tit transportation on s the twee
1raa Society adopted the report
crowed for transmissien to the Board
;,.., Lqualination 0013101111 gie r011t Ike
ffirt2r1:1120 trOollon, oons t
ty o ti o ars. It
.- nothrod to oelebrato tho anniversary of
- - gamerieta Independence by a social ea
, avaatement to be given hi the Commit
' l,..----..Ult Uzi Illoaday at I r. a. ,.,. , .
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'1. ' - - :111109061 Independence by a sonfil'oe,-: 'ter, (Aiken; Rens Cited te, Mid Ilivify- AU 1
tPetabiesent to he given hi the Connell eh, while designed espeolitily kV a tooper
. 1..r..;UIS itett Illoaday at I r. a. .. , . bollegt Of tbs )outhail tAlitti 'kW 13 ,,-
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It le not surprising thatiltis great pert
odical,retains its ancient popularity in
the midst of such immense competition.
The vast resources of the nubile-here are
directed to that one grand object, and it
is by no means likely that they will fall
in its attainment. In the opening pages
of the July number we are presented
with a profusely and elegantly illustra
ted description of "Newburyport and its '
Neighborhood." This,' it the writer is
guilty of no exaggeration, is one of the
most remarkable places on the continent.
The list of eminent men who have re
sided there at some period of their lives
is of wonderful extent. It b perhaps
entitled to the privilege of being placed
thus conspicuously before the public,
and the reader, we are sure, will be glad
"A Glance at the Island of Lewis" is
another finely illustrated paper, which
carries us beyond tbe beaten track to a
locality seldom reached by the tourist.
Parton,s history of caricature is
brought down to the "Revolutionary I
period," and, in our estimation, it is
more interesting than any of the previone
ones. It will afford both amusement slid
"Wanderings in Brittany" contains a
brief bUt charming view of a land rich in
historic and romantic associations.
The humorous is faithfully rendered,
by bOth pen and pencil, in "The Story of
a Trombone." ,
The task of supplying the inevitable
centennial tribute has been appropriate
ly performed by Rev. Samuel Osgood, in
an elaborate paper entitled, "Ilohoes of
Bunker Rill, A splendid likeness of.
Daniel Webster accompanies it.
"The Stone Age in Europe" is oontln
ued. This, the fourth, chapter treats of
"Troglodites." This. series of articles
will be highly prized by every one of sof
entitle inclinations, who may feel inter
ested in the attempt to reoover. these re
mains of pre-historio man.
The ninth paper of "The First Centu
ry of the Republic" tells ot the "Commer
oial Development" of the oountry. It
yields te none that have preceded it in
ite amount of information for tile patri
otic citizen. .
dr. Bigelow gives tie pore of his en
tertaining "Wit and Wisdom of the Hay
Wens." "Miss Angel," Miss Thackeray's
popular serial. is completed' and there
18 a continuation of Julian Hawthorn's'
story entitled "Garth."
The poetry In this number is limited in
amount but of more that ordinary
The contents of the "Easy Chair," and
the "Drawer," are in keeping with the
fairly earned celebrity waion the edi
torial department of this magazine has
Tlig CUL:AM -
Tbia is a brilliant number of this favor
ite magazine. First we have in "Alex
andre Dumas" an elegant and what
seems to be a faithful portraiture of tbat
greatest of living French authors. He,
in his double capacity of dramatist and
novelist, haB won many transatlantic
admirers who will be glad of this oppor
tunity to learn more about him..
We oan not say that we are altogether
well pleased with the style in which the
" Napoleonic; Legend" Is written, but
it is, on the whole, an ingenious essay,
and one that will command general at,-
The Writer of the paper, "English Leo
timers in America," administers a Well
merited rebuke to that class of notorious
foreigners who imagine tnat they are
destined, by means of lecturing tours in
this country, to teach us Americans
things we already know and gather in
return a harvest of American dollars.
This idea is demolishen in a way highly
gratifying to our Ameriaan pride.
Ali fine art lovers will appreoiste the
artiole-t On Some Pictures Lately Exhib
ited), A just and sensible criticism of
Ms kind is something we rarely see,
and we can enjoy it all the more when it
"Bunker Hill" is probably the
hest account of that celebrated
combat of the many - reCently pub
lished, comprehending an inqpiry
into the-causes which led to it, and sub
sequent events that ushered a nation
Mr. Richard Grant White says be was
walking..not long ago, on Nassau street,
when ne heard a voice exclaiming,
"Oh nee threeeents ferrup parrot wheezers
truth too dein," -wition ne translates into,-
"Only three cents for It pair of '
tweezers, etc,,,, and Sakes it as the text,
with the title "Parrot Wheezers" of
one of his admirable leoturea, this time
on Orthoepy and Piaonetic Orthography.
"Can the Voyage to Europe be Short
ened," is answered in too aMrmative,
and to effect this desired end a plan Is
propoied that deserves the favorable
consideration of ship owners and, build
ers, and of the traveling publio.
The poetry this month it; not very
good, but 'Lure are several pieces of tine
notion, and great oare and talent are
manifested In the editorial productions.
- Ttlit LADIES'. ItirROSITORY
for thirmonth Is a very interesting nUM
bor. It has a highly creditable typo
graphical appearance, and the Irontis
piece engraving is unusually fine. The
latter, a view In the Adirondaoks, , we
admire all the more as, a000rding to our
intermatioD, II is the work of Cincinnati
The literary mattes is of a varied and
inflect character, suoh as is ever most
aceeptable to the' taste of the general
We notice eeveral letter essa1e.
Among these we Would name: "Italy ip
the Middle Ages," "The Tenth Century,"
"The Old Franc& Power in America,"
"Immortality," "Readers and Reading;"
lel' of whisk give evidentle of great care
and capability in their production,while
the writers must severally have borne
in mind the'bld adage that brevity is the
soul of wit.
There le another pleasant eketall en
titled, "Sensation attiong the
"Bella Worship'We also a neatly am
piled paper, conveying an amount of
curious information that few will not be
glad to receive. "Some Old Pictures"
will be discovered' worthy of perusal by
all who' have a partiality PA' the fine
arts. "Martha at Bethany', will com
mend itself to those wbo desire rellittous
reading. Miss May Alden Waril writes
au entertaining account of ber trip
"From London to Bremen." The sub
ject "Antigone" is hancliomely treated,
but possibly it would have been well to
omit the "Confessions of an-Artisan)
Titers are several pretty pieces of po
etry; and She "Editoriat Repository"
furniehes a variety of able and interest
ing matter. . ,
once more greets us with an abundanee
of good thIngs with whioh to feast the
youthful mind. Its vast superiority as
juvenile magazine, established and sus
tained from its very beginning, is made
fully apparent in this present number.
A. mere (surgery limpet:Lion of its pages
will suMce tor every one 'to agrto with
us that the thanks of every boy and girl
In America are due the Publiahtt Who
have thusirovided Cyan w4. dra un
fabling me of literary enloyme
nt .ar cis, "Amerie 4 Oratcra,"
comprising portraith and blograpitioal
compriiing poitrafts find No"
sketches of Fatriok Henry, -clay,
eter, tla Ikea; Eiruo Chottel Old
lotto while desiffeed espeolally
of tbs louthail tyittoc
yield Oupdant entertainment to the
Minn Mina. -
Appropriate to the season is Rose
Ferry Cooke's stol, of "Jack's Inde
pendence Day." lEV'ery boy will And
amusement, and, it may be, eventual
profit, in "Row to Make a Boat ;" and he
will certainly laugh heartily when. he
reads about the "Cave Speculation."
Vise Alcott's lever serial, "Eight
Cousins," and Trowbridge's "Young
Surveyore," are continued. There are,
besides, other shorter talest with
sketcheshistorical, geographioal, et,
and easy lessons in the arts and sol
ences, which It would not be in our
power now to enumerate.
THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY
for July contains a large number of val
uable papers, both original and selected.
These Bs Ye a wide and comprehensive.
range, and are invariably of that de
scription best suited to the understatid
ing and taste of the mass of the Ameri
eau readers. "The Sun,s Work, "The
Australian Fever Tree, " Thunder
Showers, "Savageism and Civiliza
tion, "Recent Polar Explorations, will
receive the Viarmest commendation
"Biography of a Bird tells tts all
about the lite and habits of our old ao
quaintanoe, the "Bank 8 wallow." "Har
monies of Soienoe and -Religion is a
carefully prepared treatise in defense of
the doctrine that "Nature Worship
laud be the foundation of all true re
ligion. "Sexual Cerebration is a chaste
and elegant discourse upon a delicate but
all-important subject. "The First and
the Last Catastrophe" is a profound and
vigorous effort to point out the ultimate
fate of the earth, in respect to the changes
that are known to be taking place in the
great source of heat and light and life.
There is also,plenty of good matter in
the editorial "Notes and "Miscellany.
THE ciscuoisu LANCET AND OBSERvica
for July is received. Its pages are filled,
as usual, with valuable matter of inter
est not only to the physician but to the
non-professional reader likewise. It is
requisite for the one' to keep himself con
stantly informed on the progress of med
ical solonoe, its investigations and' dis
coveries, while it would he profitable for
the other to become acquainted, to a
greater or less extent, with subjects that
intimately coacern his own physical well
being. Both will derive every advan
tage from the steady perusal of such a
magazine as we have here at home. This
Issue discusses such matters as "Scarlet
Fever in the United States," "Digitalis
as a Retneq," "Is Revaccination Naces
satyr "I ary to the Read, "A Cape
of Cholera ntentumes "Aconite Polio:in
int and others of like interest. ,
WIDE AWAKEAN ILLUSTRATED MAGA
.' UNE FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. ,
We haVe received the initial number
of this magazine, and after a careful ex
ainination of its contents we are readY
to indorse it by the highest praise. It
is attractive in every feature. The illus
trations are many and good. The print
is clear, and a portion of it suitable to ,
-the youngest readers. It is well edited
by Ella Farman, and this number eon
thing contributions from authors well
known to the readieg publio, and ap
pended is a lengthy list of engaged con
' tributors, all familiar names. An ea
rectal feature of the magazine is the ex
cellent quality of its literature, and the
subjects treated me of equal interest to
young - and old. No one can glance
through Its pages without soknowledging
its merits. Its great cheapness, being
offered at little more than ball the usual
pries of such publioations, will be au
especial recommendation, and enable it
to dad entrance Into every lousehold4
- THE SANITARLIN ' -
for July is an exoellent number of II jour
nal devoted to a noble purpose. The
treatise on "Improving the Rouses of
the Poor will furnish landlords, philan
thropists and those in olvil authority,
with various invaluable suggestions,
which, if gated' upon, might go far to
ward ameliorating the condition of a
large and 'differing class of beings who
throng our cities. It has several other
argyles besides that ought to be gener
' ally read. Prom them may be gleaned
useful hints and Ideas tending to the one
exalted object-;-the preservation of
health and oonsequent longevity.
The professional baae.ball clubs, the
Philadelphia gad the New ravens, will
play to-cray, at 8 11 M., on the grounds of
the Ludlow Club, for the Championship
of the United States. It promises to be
one of the most hotly contested games
ever played. The lirst .game between
the two clubs resulted in favor of the
Philadelphias, the score being three to
two. The game to-day is the third of the
series played for the Championship, and
will doubtless draw the largest attend
awe of the aeason. C. R. Gould, of the
Cincinnati Red Stockings of 1909, is Cap
tain of the New Ravens, who bate been
strengthened by severed of the best play
ers from the Centennials of Philadel
phia. ' ,
Th0 Clipper I;ted Stockings, of Cincin
nati, played the Alaska. yesterday le
Covington, the former making a soore of
II, to nothing on part of the latter
The East End Base-ball Club beat the
Pavorltes yesterday by a score el 26 to 6.
The game 'club defeated the Empiree St8
to O. -
The Amertcang, for the second time,
defeated the Fire Flies yesterday by a
score of 19 to 6. The Americans start on
a tour neat Thursday, playing the Mu
Wale et Middleport on Saturday, and
also clubs at Portsmouth, Maysville,
Paris and texingtop. ,
- A lively gamp of base.ball was played
on the grounds in Milloreek Valley, yee-
terday, between the Iluakidoris and
the Frankling. The "flunkeys carried
away the, viotory by a score of 18 to
The Runkidori nine is composed mainly
of young boys between 'Julien qua eigh
teen years ol age, and know heir to Wag
a ball twoording to approved scientidc
The Pine Fitookings on Ludlow ave
nue, of this lity, will have theft fence
around the new grounds. o ,letell by
the Ilth of netth hionth, an, w 11 proba
bly play their first game on tbe 10th or
12ih. The follow!ng are the elle Of the
V. Palen, f.i R.. Dodds, s. h.i D.
o. f.; A. Roll, s. W, K. Ili
um, f. b.; Tom Lee,pitober; J. Gew
era, 13atoberi Robert Wheeler, I. I.; J.
Drain. t. IL,
' A; CAlEt
BALICgtooko Mantes sod 'OA wiU
r of a atat-abuta plamtkaf sad alalattiag
nusineee. Rent cheap, and go9d mond given
tor selling out Address FLUMBUti, thi et.
- 11141.217RESSES. '
Spiral Spring Ilattresses
Made to ordor tor Al
CACund be a tooriptit
4 602 Vino Street,
An Work Warranted '1,6 CINCINNATI, IN
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is its mod
re offered 8
in price of
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of the Pool
18 with vi
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ed large an
b. throng (
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of e Lud
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P a ball 65
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I" around 1
0P the 10th
b- near, f.
vir ere, 'oat
10 Drain. t
)e tor sell
I JD P P A. iL , I
e I -r-- MANUFACTURER, OF
maaalept starnews, vollaro, me"
pSpiral Spring lattresses rfo, OQ Vast rutb at,
delo4yarogaw , CINCLNIIIATI, O.
Made to order for s "'---".---------,K----------
wil DoLLARs. -Tioirli ITS WEIOJIT 11 GOLD. :
0 Ict ..., ,, s terPtite SA 007:01 "Lint Ciro: trei:rtgrepetwa &It
i nlerd:ZICEri 41Llr 01)111111? of appetite, estate 4i-.
ott, tonat tip tit stontaeb, and as a liger
4 602 Vino Street, fee:allor hOd do disott A few doses wilt re.
IN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK,
, we marked the following lines of
AT PRICES TO SELL THEM
Ladles' Ganz Merino Vests, 65c.
Ladies' Gauze Merinoirests, 75c.
Ladies' Gauze Merino Vests, $1.
Ladies' Gauze Merino ' Vests,
MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S -
At a Correciondingly Heavy Reduction.
HOSIERY it UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
John Shill lito & Co.,
West Fourth Street. '
W Oar. Filth anti Walnut mtge.
Classes in Arithmetio, Writing and Book..
keeping will be formed at this institution, for
ins accommodation of pupils from the Public
itthools, on Monday, June 28, and continue
during vacation. ,,,
Particulars will be cheerfully given by the
E. H. LANGDALE, Principal. it
.Peftoftft 00 ,fto. 0 SftO.NnaimM.
Fourth Bt.. bet Plum and Central Avenue.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
For Ladies au C.entlemen, on Ituropean Plan.
pegular Dinner We. m72041111,1 am
B R STEVE04-80N,
- 11157."4-4, 1. a.nd 57R Fifth st.,
4114, Ilytnufaeturers of Car
ate selling as aKtotoingiy low rem'. Repair
ing done at abort notleA3, and at reatonal0
prams. - t my5-8m,W,F&M
etc., Trunks, Valises, Traveling
Bags, Shawl Straps, Dressing
Cases. Umbrellas, Pocket-books,
Cutlery, Brushes, Combs, Per
No. 6 West Fourth Streit.
Yr CO S A. IA 10
PRINTING MATERIAL AT BARGAINS.
BOUT 800 POURDS LOIVO PRIMER
TYP81 100 pounds Brevier Type, Nonpa
i Type, about 80 fonts Job Type, &ones, Gal.
leys, Cabinet, Cues, Backe, Rieke, ite, ao,
ToDay and TOItlerPOW at Roans
Noe Sy 119 West Filth Street.
4th July! 4th July!
ALARGE and Complete Assortment of Fire.
works (including garden pieces), Flags, Fire
Craekers, Torpedoes, Paper Lanterns, BallOons,
for sale at mauntaetuters' prices 14
IN 1. SMITLI 41SZ, COo,
028-8tM,ThAF te and be Main Bt.
' AUCTION SALE.
j Benekenstein 4ft Co.,
& Coimee Pearl and Walnut eta,
We will eell it our stows. Nos. IN and Kt Weet
Pearl street. a large assortinent of
BOOTS tk SHOES,
TV10314YMORNINCh Jane tad, at am o'clock.
Thit stool consists of 4 fine line of City and
lattelnble mane goods.
fivety lot will be gold without reserve.
J. BENCKEISTEDI 114 CO., Auctioneers.
MIAMI VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.
S8 West Third Street (in Masonic) Temp lel..
li?ISPOSITOR8 are requested to send in their
hooks between theist and 20th of Juke, that
interest due them may be entered therein.
All money deposited on or before July 1st
d,raws interest at the rate of per cent. per an
nrum.from that daM. W. B. DODDS, Treater.
W. ELAILUIS, ,
Manufaoturer of '
31Eattressea and nedding
AND DEALER DI WOVEN WIRE AND
ail the New Style Spring Bed Bottoms, N
if Fifth et Cincinnati 0.
id IT ri H It 0,0'3X,
OD WALNUT SIBEET.
Good biU pf (IWO and cheapest pries. In the
city. Resider Dinner 30 cents.
apliO4P,MitWitt tilLgg. 8. BETTS. Prop's'.
JD I) 33,
Saddles, Harness, Collars, illto"
rfol OQ Vast rutb st,
-WOBTU ITS WEIGNT 11 GOLD. ,:
DA 0011eAts isknicAL CURS tOT Dripaplill el.
st40111I COrlfs Oenptination, beerthurntawater.
g Vt:Ialigett?:' aria tri$4;
reaðigul lour so nielA few dosec wilt re..
bete, and a little SeTernece rtmanily
eon the wire F. D. PAR th. tO , ,
Catlin Folftth a Welen,t chl PUMA
Ug.84 0111"Wegalt4Y4 ,
e7atiefC-Ifetre'ið:A 70- -B"o.x- s NBDatiltlAaGnicf iltroTelv. r. A. K. NUB, Ph NI
11:1:21-1'37A FA 9' vnts nf iriL
.....0.1 84 Broadway, Uor. of
and Walnut mtge. MIAMI -
lo, Writing and Book..
i at this institution, for
pupils from the Feb lie sAvING,
June 28, and continue,
heerful4 given by th.e
6..FABER President. 38 W. Third
- (Between Walnut and
LEH'S CITÁBTER.ED uSdei
I October 28th. 2888.
Deposits of ONE DO
1 and Central Avenue. ceived and interest psi(
IESTAURANTo Iv. B.
neat On European Plan. my22-2m
lf and 57 E. Fifth st, ' 111
inufacturers of Car
qua, Cabs, Omnihuses, N 1
wens a n d. Sulkies, Aar'
swan kinds Of Pleas- I lv-0140141,, Ant
I Wagons, which we
r low rata& Repair- 130
," 4 e
e, and at reasons!) a
aps, Dressing , ,
, Combs, Per
. nuith Street. v
A. IA 10
6 AT BARGAINS. z
'LW P.w901 sends one dollar and tiveni
t) Vast St, - paper, postpaid for oite yes
W ,, CINCINIIIATI, O. We have no travshng
THE WEEKLY 61
m wstoor 00,1 fifty-six columns. Only $11
"" meld. N6 discount Irmo
most, eine for Dyspepsia et. ,, THE DAILf WEN.
Setitcartioa, heartburn, water aewspaper of twenty-01e
ts, of appetite, assists 4i-, circulation over 1009000.
p stomach, and as a tiger cents. bubscrip Lion, po
to ttA A low doses wilt re.. outs mowtit, or 60 60 a
keveraltre rrmany 10 or over, a discouutel SO,
i 0. PAR k , , Address -
,,ra elii..WWV2(CmiT211,11"tis 66 wam sysTurt
,! ' 41
pooxs AND IITATIONDRY.
tEIV AND STANDARD BODRE1,"In
every branch of.literature, Fine Station
ery, Ladles' Note Paper, Visiting Cards
and Card Casei, Pooket-books and Cut
lery, Albums, Stereoscopes and:Views,
Crnquet, Children's Books and Games,
Chromosi Mottoes,' Sun
day-sohool Muslobooks, at STEVENS'
Boot-store, 89 West Fourth atreet (peat
to St. Paul's).
- - RAILROADS.
NEW tORIC $14 00
PHILADELPHIA .18 00
WASHINGTON 6 00
REDUCED RATES VIA
The rialtimore and Ohio
Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad Co.
WASHINGTON'. CO. -
EW 'YORK,115 25.
Tickets good until timed.
Tickets, sleeping car accommodations and
further information' can be obtained at No. 3
Burnet House. and at 11nm-street Depot.
T. R. SHARP, W. W.'PEABODY,
M. of T., B. & O. R. R. Gen. Bunt AL k Ct.
jARGE sums have been realized in Wall
street from small investments In :Pock
ilvileges. led shares of any. sto4k bought on
deposit of $900. Pamphlet giving method of
BIMP$ON DARRAGH & CO.,
P. O. Box 6176. Banker and Brokers.
84 Broadway, Dor. of Wall street, New York.
38 W. Third St., North Side.
(Between Walnut and Main, in the Masonic
k.ITARTERED under 'the Laws of the State,
October 28th. 2868.
Deposita of ONE DOLLAR and upward re
ceived and Interest paid thereon.
IV. D. DODDS, Treasurer.
FROM MEDIUM TO FINEBT G RADE
FULL LINES IN STOCK,
Of our own Manufacture.
79 Fourth Street, -
CINCINNATI, (PIKE'S OPERA NOUSE),
And Noe. VI and 69 Washmaton al., Chicago
' DAILY & WEEKLY for 1870
YrHE APPROACH. OF THE PRESIDEN
1 T1A-L election gives unusual importanee
to the events and developments of Mt. We
shall endeavor te describe them 'fully, faith
.fuliy and fearleesly.
THE 'W EEKLY SUN has now attained
circulation of over eighty thousand copies. Its
readers are found. lo every State and Territory,
and its quality is well known to the public.
We shall not may endeavor to keep it fully up
to the old standard, but to improvo and add to
Its variety and power. ,
THE WEEKLY SUN will continie to be a
thorough newspaper. AU the news of the
day will battened in it, condensed when unim
portant, at fell length when of moment, and
always, we trust, treated In a cleat:, latóreat
, lag and Instructive manner.
It is our aim to make the WEEKLY BUN
the best faintly newspaper in the worki.- It
will be lull of entertaining nod appropriate
reading of every sort, but will print nothing to
offend the most scrupulous end delielite taste.
It will always contain the most interesting
stories and oomances of the day, carefully se
lected and legibly printed.
The Agricultural department fa a prominent
feature in the W EEKLY SON, and its artieles
will alwaya be tuned' fresh and uschii to tile
The number of men Independent in politics
is increasing, and the WEEKLY SUN is their
paper especially. It belongs to no party and
obeys no dictation,. contending for principle,
and for the election of the best men. It ex.
poses tne conuption that disgraces the coun
try end threatees the overthrow of republican
institutions. It has no leer of knaves, and
seeks no favors trine their supporters.
markets of every kind and the fashions
are regularly reported.
Tbe prioe of the WEEKLY BUN Is one dol
lar a year for a sheet of eight pages, and fifty
six columns. As this barely pays the expenses
of paper and printing, we &Tenet able to make
any discount or anew. any premium to friends '
who make epmial (AIM ta LO attend its circula
tion. thgler the new law, widen requires pay
ment of postage in advance, one duller a year,
with twenty meta the cost el prepaid postage
added, in the rate of subscription. It is not
necessary to get up a club in order to have the
WEb:KLY SUN at this rate. Any one wbo
sends one wilier and twenty centa will get the
paper, postpaid for one year. , ,
Vie have no trayebng agents.
THE WEEKLY SUN.Eight pages,
ifty-six columns. Only SI 00 a year, postage
prepaid. N6 discount from tide rat.
THE DAILY ItIUNÅ large fourfpoge
newspaper of twenty-eight columns. Daily
circulation over 1009000. All the news for
cents. Subscription, postage prepaid, 63
cents a month. or la 60 a "Oar YO GRUM Of
10 Or over a diseouutig SO per one. , ,,
Of our own Mal
! W iLs
8 And Nos. VI at
. rrHE APPRO
to the events an
fully and fearlei
b THE IV EMU
circulation of ov
readers ere kiln
and its quality
We shall not onl
to the old standi
, variety and r
day will ballouu,
portant, at full
' always, we trus
ing and instruct
It is our aim
the bast faintly
will be lull of
reading of every
offend the most
; It will always
, feature in the
will always be
The number of
- Is increasing, at
obeys DO dictati
and for the elect
poses Um eon up
, try and threateu
! seeks no favors
'Abe markets a
; are regularly rei
Tbe price of th
lar a year for a
of paper and pri
, any discount or 1
who make apmig
Oen. Coder the
ment of postage
Address - - - - - '201 VINE- STREET. '
, walli 21012Turew York City' The type tor thle paper opium
, -1I , 'ream 11,411 Fellittefs
A NEW PERFUME, delicate, tweet, slid
rt Just the article demanded for bir 1
ud gentleman's toilet. ' . i
ler sale by all Druggists and Pali .
., .. J. S. IrEIRDSAL ðc C .
' k lianutictnring Chemists, Cindnut
je25-F,MW-Im , i
leacrudt! i '1'',431 fo d-4 4 le ,,,,,,71 111 I
'lows, , es 5 1Z' i i $ 0100 tit i 1 . i
ames, , ' o, Di
1 1 0 biZt U ' t '','
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(next to 4; atit,;,11(f) , a
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A NEW PERFUME, delicate, tweet, And Ho& f
, ro Just the article demanded for eve ittril.,,,,,....
pt e . and gentleman's toilet. , f
114 00 For Side by all Druggists illið Pan . Steolli:i or--
0 00 , . J. tl BITELDSAL ðc C -off ' i
T 11 i
6 00 k ilanntsctnring Chemists, Olnelnsat , ,,
ie25-11911W-Im ' 47
riled line been t tt;'1,,
ttor of tbensta g
ot Hamilton eon
one indebted to
die immediate pa
hus against the asi
'0, Administrator. '
je21-8t)i , -,
Keck. M. D., Plain
motnacher Defend., - 11(
sann, Justlee of the ,
p, Hamilton novo
lune, 1875, said Just.. ,
ehment in the mboytt "
len tiollar4. Nadas..
he 26th day of Jultr,
14 Court streA r
1 LEGAL. - 1
1TOTICILTbe undersigned bite been t
appointed Administrator of tiniest& II
oseph M. Runyan, late of Hamilton con ,,
Oh lo, deceased. Ali persons indebted to tl '
estate are requested to make hninediate pa ,
monk and tbose having elating against theme
will present them, duly authenticated, to
undersigned for allowance. .
WILLIAM AlttiO, Administrator. '
H. L. COOPRII, Attorney. . ,
JUNE 22d, 1870. , je21-8t)4 , .-
A ITACHMENT..P. A; Keck, M. D., ' 1
XX, tiff, against T. lianneninacher, Defend. ' '111
ant. Before C. V. Hechmann, Justiee of the ,
Peace, Cincinnati township, Hamilton comity
On the 5th day of Jule, 1875. said Jun. , ,
ice issued an order of altschnient in the mhos '
action tor the snm of fourteen dollar4. rigid sc.
Sion is set for hearing on the 26th day of Jahr, 4
WA, at 9 o'clock. A. M., at No. 14 Court stree4 r
the office of said Jos' ice. ,
CINCINN8TI, June 23, 11311
Je29-3thl P. A. KKK, M. ,
TN ATTACHMENT.-Joseph T. E,ran. ' '
1 tiff. against Thomas L. Clougher, defendant ' ,
aud Western Union Telegraph Company,
nishoe.--Tne defendant will take puttee Jant la 7)
the above entith-d action. before Ben). C. True,. ,
a Justice of tite Peace in and ter Cincianad L'A
township, Hamilton county, Ohio, stud Justine. ,-,-
has issued at my instance an order of attach-
mord for the sum of Mt 00, and that the cassia ,Å
set for trial belore said Justice at his oiling,
No. SIO West Ninth otreet, in said city. ou the '
Seth day of July, 1815, at 8 o'clock A. M. - 1
- JOSEPH T. EGAN..
CINOIDNATI, JUDO 11, 1875. Jets-MM. ----' 1
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1 JEGAL.--Hamilton County, Ohio, Court et ,
(Ammon Pleas. Eliza Hardin, plaintiff ' ,
against Wexner Hardin. Mr& N. A. rismativ
AtrE. ---- Barnes (whotte given name I.1 un- -
known), and Isadore B. Johnson, hairs-at-is -.
of Stephen H. Hardin, deceased, de tendants. f ,..
Tho abave-named defendants, non-rosidenta ..
of the State of Ohio, will take notioe that osti
the Mtn day of Januarr, DM, the. plaintiel . -
abofe named, filed in the Court of Conte:lea, .
Pleas of Hamilton County, Ohio, her netition,l -
in which she asks, among other things, bunk ,
her election to take under the lost will at t
Stephen H. Hardin, deceased, as kis widow,
theretofore made in the Probate Court of saki
county, bo eet aside, and for such other ti, .4
further relief as the Court may think squib.. '
able. . 1 ,,
Said cause will stand for hearing on or after
the 7th tiny of August, tglii and unless said
parties answer satl petition l't wilt be taken tie
confessed, and decree entered accordingly.
ELIZA HARDIN, by ' ,
HILDEBRANT & BRUNER, her Atty's. ,,... ,:
ficl-dt,bil . ., -
T EGAL NOTICE.-;-Sarah J. Hall, widow et ; ; -
JU Edwin H. Hall, deceased, Caroline Bali. . , '
g re hqr-at-law of Edwin it. Halt, tleceas . ,
a id Francat Ballinger, her husband, win take ....
notice that John E. Bell. Exectit,,,r of the iml .
will and testament of Edwin R. Hall, deceased,. , -- -
on the 9th day. of June, A. D. Is7r, filed a pe,., - '
titton in the Probate Court withle and .
for the counts' of Hamilton, mil Wass
of Ohio, alleging that. the personst ' - 4
estate of tusk iteredetit : is inserietatill 4,
to pay kis debts and the charges ot admints- ,i
tering hie estate; thet bo Weil seized in foe -,. ' ..,
simple or WO following describe, real betimes'.
situate In mid oonoty, to-wit: --- -, ..
."'Heing Lot No. two (1) twonty (NO fete , ,
front on the west side o'f McLean imbue by '
ninety (90) feet in depth, as recorded in Plea - ''''
Book Noe 4, Hatnilton County Record 104 ,
known as Charles H. Steetc's West EnCSubti ' , ,
division in the City of Cincinnati, obio;"Nper
that Sarah H. Hail, as widow of sa d &iced ': . -
is entitled to dower in said premises. -
The prayer of said petition is foz the emus ' ,--'
ment of dower to salti Sal alt J. Hall, and for a l't,' IP
sale of, said premises subject to such dower - "It,
eirate, for the payments of the debts andi ,., - .
charges aforesail. , - - . . ,
,, Said petitionxiii be for bearing on the Mk 1 ..1
day of July, A.. D. 1675, or as soon thereafter.
as leave oast be obtained. - . , - .. . . . , ,
. JOHN E. BELL, -. . kis-
- Executor ot Edwin N. Hail, deceas 41. '
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