VOL. 8.1 rEl WEEK'
; -1117ANTED BUY YOUR HATS Olt
VII MARTIN. at, 42.W. Fifth st. jy15-tt
-IXTANTEDSHOESBity your shoes at
t V POTTERS, ILO-Nest Fifth 418-10t
-1)(TANTEIA. YOUNG GIRLTo do plain
' .V V -welting in a private family, at northeast'
corner fohn and Laurel streets. jy22-2t
-111-TANTED SITUATION To do regular
outework, washing and ironing: good
- teforenoes. Apply at 91 John at. Jy23-2t
, ANTEDBILLIARD T A BLESTo buy
Mror rent two billiard tables of the latest
style. Address care of Sentinel, Logan. O.
- 11128-8t) ,
AV-ANTED TO EXCHANGE A $1,500
V V haying hotel in St. Louis. for one in Chi,
cinosti. It is central and paying. Address
; HERBERT. 520 Pine st.. Bt. Louis. jy'23rat
AATANTEDTO B0111t0WA lady wishes
V V to borrow SIO0 or OM; will give security
an city proPerty, and pay 15 to 24 percent!, in.
Wrest, Address H. G. Z., STAR ofirics it,'
WANTED THE 'PUBI;IC TO KNOW,-3
That KELLY'S Photograph Gallory, No.
11.4 Madison street,- Covington. Ky., has' been
tentoved ,108 West Fifth. street,
AITANTEDTO CLOSE OUTA stock of
V firstchtss Sewing Machines in order to
retire finally from the business, Will sell at
LOST for CASIL Call for AGENT, W alnut
West, first iloor. je2641
ViTANTEDCLOTIIES WRINGERS TO
V'V REPAIR, The most approved wringers
' for sale at F. TETTEN BORN'S, successor to
Udell Ladder anti Woodeaware Company,
Wtr.t Fifth street, bet. Elm anti Plum. Jy10-10t
' WANTEDCOOKOne who understands
cooking in a first-class eating.-bouse le
gation pleasant and work light; principal'por
Men of trade In ice-cream, berries, cake 8sc.
Price must be moderate., Address D'. D
STOUFFER, filansfield, O. jy23-fit
UTANTED 10 GIVE PRESENTS The
V V Centennial Tea Company distributes over
pne hundred dollars, worth of different valua
ble presents in one day with Tea. Come, see,
sad be -convinced. Stores 201 West Sixth et.
and 60 East Pearl (Lower Market). It
ANTANT36DTO HENT OR BUYA coun
V V try place, of le to fid acres, well located
and convenient to railroad muichurch. House
and outbuildings must be in good order. Scud
WI particulars as to house grOunds. outbuild
lugs, fruits. neighborhood', Ito.- Address, for
one week, J. IL S., Lock-box 0, Clneinnati,
, Lly17-tf,nwl ' -
MVIt RENTIWUSESmall house; fil5; gas,
,U water, cellar and yard. No. 99 Look street,
. 011 RENT-110USE Of 8 rooms, water
and gas; 615.- Keys at drug store, Sixth aud
, . ck streets. - .iY21
VOR RENTPAINT SHOPRent will be
; 12, taken in painting. 58 W.Sixth st. Jy21
bit RENTROUSENo. 214 West Fourth
,' street, opposite Gas Oleo; 16 rooms; large
. ming-room; rent low. ' , jy-41
... VOR RENTHOUSEA fine 2g-story brick
... I.: of 8 rooms and bath-room, cot Highland
. Avenue aud Oak street, Mt. Auburn. Jy21
, , , ...
MIMI RENTHOU6EOn SoutAllt Auburn
, , --- 3-.! street. Mt. Auburn, with modern improve
, - Monts.- 'Apply to HENRY MARTIN, Mt. Au
burn.- , ,' - jy21
,,,'' ' yOR RENTROOMSNicely furnishektor
-- . ' gentlemen, in Reld's Building. az weist
ourth street. Apply to Janitor, or at 182 Main
f ',nave. , , .. - j)21
, Fon RENTHOUSETwo-story brick of 3
room!, gas, water, cellar entrance; in geed.
prtier, 422 &I; No. 5 Fillmore street. Keys at 155
i Linn street. ' ir21
OR RENTROOMSElegantly furnished,
on -seeond floor, centrally located; iefer
, . . noes exchanged. Apply at 85 McFarland
.' street, near Plum (east). - jy2i
4. OR RENT 011 BALEROUSEOne brick
' house, of 9 rooms t- stable, caniage-house
ergo lot. at Oakley, on M. & U. It. R. Rent 80'.
PAUL SCHUSTER, 852 Main sr. ,iy21
'.5T, rOlt 8 A I., B ItIILROAD TICKET3
' Bought, Sold and Exchanged. HOW &
1 7 , 80 West Third street.- jy16-tt
VOB. SALECABILIAGESNew and sec.
mid hand in great variety. For bargains
, gall at 1.9 and 21 West Seventh street. GEO. G.
t, MILLEit & SONS. sel-tt
yOR SALEA LIFE SCHOLAdSHIPOn
, . one of the Cincinnati Business Colleges.
oap. For particulars cat at this odic
pOlt SALESAWCircular, rip, with bor
ing attachment, suitable for a cabinet
araker t will be sold at a bargain. Call at car
pouter shop corner Sixth street and Egtleston
STenue. . jy2S.St
poU BALEBUGGYSccond-band, phae
ton shape Buggy, light running, open top,
ow, suitable for pony or small horse; will be
sold at a sacrifice. to,an be seen at VESSEL'S
, Stable, Eighth et, bet, ham and Plum. jy28-8t
Vi OR SALE Olt EXCHANGE--FARM--52
oil: acres; house 8 rooms; barn and crib; good
roads, near station; churches, schools, ate.;
horsos, cows, wagons, and farming utensil&
, laguire tit W, G. CHAMBERLIN, this Vie&
' ' Llyw-luti
IGIOR BALELAND-40 acres prairie land;
j2 good spring on same; in thieuly-settled
neighborhood, in Adair county,. Iowa, near
futility-seat. Or will trade for horse and light
ipring-wagon. Address " V," this office. ,
,, jjy14-ttl . ,
- rIOR SALE OR EXCHANGE TWO MA
' ' CtiLNES--With each of which' any person
' of industrious habits and good address can
;nuke SIO a day dear of expense in any part ot
, the Coantryt cheap for cash, or will exchange
, for two good horses, harness, express carriage
",..pr wagon. Addresi BENTON, Lock-box
, Waveriy, O. , , , jy23-2t
- I ,
tOtfrBREAST-COLLARWith traces, on
I the Madisonville road. Leave at O'Brian
Fine, end got reward. J. H. IEDMOND.
kOSTNECKLÁLY;-Owner will give a good
' rewind, tor it is a present front my do
sed husband. 'Call or address L'ENA
LORENTZ. 850 Hamilton road. .13,23-St
IPTBOOKOn the nightet the lire, near
Fourth and Elul, a small black menioran
dum-book, of no use to any person but owner.
A suitable reward given by returning same to
161, West Fourth at.. , iy)13-2t -
OST -;; BOOK Memorandum, containing
receipted coal tickets und sundry papers,
between Gaff's distillery end Freeman Ht., on
, the let,it Inst. Please return to the southwest
comet' ol becond and Smith streets, and he re
1UVAIITEDA SITUATIONBy a Colored
BoY, 10 years old, used to housework; has
, hoobjectiou to go to the eountry. Addreest
30,10; 11, Star aloe. Best of reference given,
'81iiTATION WANTEDBr a boy 18 years
old: good penman. Best of reference& Ad
drers13118INE88, Madisonvdle, (. , Jy211-4$
piTLIATION WAN rEDIly a youtig man
; who is willing to work at anything; have
ad several years' experience as clerk; salary
ot to much of an object as a good situation.
areas WILL W VANCE, Unikon, Clermont
O . ,--- - - bilSmit ,
V V broom-makers, wire tiers. AndY to G.
WILSON, Kenton, O.
V who understands the business thorough
ly; reierenees required. Address C. B. AN
'JERSON, Belle Center, Logan Co.,0. jy23-8t
T As (13 a Vir e"r , Ph
ior small wont& lily him. No. la lir. Sixth
street, Covington, Ky. , ap5-4mo
linERSONALWANTED- Tho addrem of any
E person afflicted with goitre (or thick neck);
astonishing information :roe. Addresa O. L.
COOK, Millersburg, Holmes Co.,'0. jyffl-kt
IIIDERSONALIV ANTEDTo knOW the ad
.1 dress of the owner of the mall locomotive
that was in the machine hail of the Exposition
last year. Athlress INQUIRER, Boston Sta
tion. Ky. , jy21141t
TIOARDINGA few boarders can bo ao
commodated with first-class board at 372
input lier street. Also diry boarders wanted.
IJOAHDINGAt 337 Vine street; front room
and baeir parlor, with board, Also, day
Ncitio e. -
MHE undersigned has boon duly appointed
A., executor of the last will and testament of
kuniguntla lato of Cincinnati Ohio de
ceased. JOSEPIL LTA.
Cincinnati, JuiY 23, 18.15 a ,
BILDEBRANT & BRUNER, AWys. jy23-atir
From Chicago. ,
Nothing from DonaldsonDeath of
Coleus:fit), July 23.Although it was a
week yesterday since Donaldson and
Grimwood disappeared in the balloon,
nothing definite has been heard, and
theories as to their probable fate are as
numerous as inhabitants.
The more reasonable have given up
now all hope ot their restoration,
while the more sanguine still expect to
see them alive, and maintain that they
have landed somewhere out of reach ot
civilization and their reappearance is
only a meteor ot time.
bit. James A. Smith, one of, the oldest
settlers of Chicago, died yesterday.
The Commissioners appointed by the
Governor to select the site for the erec
tion of the Feeble-minded Distant. vis
ited Ottawa yesterday, aud arrived in
Aurora last night. ' -
Washinkton .News. ,
: (sputum...The IltedACipud Prands4
l'fyisnitiuciN; Suiy 23.flids for print
ing 400,000,000 Inter.mil. Revenue stamps
were opeh'ed in the Treasury Depart.
men; and the National Bank-note Com
pany of New t ql.lt was the lowest bid.
der.. The itiverd alit be made iu a day
or two. I , ,. ;
Information has been received at the
State Dopartinent to tne effect that a cir
cular hae been Issued by the Spanish
Government with a view to the rigorous
enforcement of the existing laws of that
country requiring the exhitiltion of pass.
ports by pereone enteridg and leaving
It is stated, on what seems to be good
authority, that Senators Gowe and Mor
rill aud another person, waose name is
not mentiouod, are to be added to the
00111111168i011 to, investigate the charges
of mismanagement in the - Red Cloud
Ageney. ' -
Fisher's friends now seem to have
giveu up the light, and admit that the
Preeltrent has uetormined to retire him.
Cottionnia4 Matter& ,
PHILADELPIIIA, July 23.The English
Commission to the Centennial Exhibi
tion have broken ground for the erection
of their buildings, four in number, in
Fairmount Park. -England is the first
foreign nation to commence building.op
erations for the Centennial Exhibition.
The Japanese Commissioners, now in
this city, are preparing to build, Atud
structures will shorily be commenced by
Sweden and Morocco. Austria's official
requirement for space was received to
day by cable, and calls for nearly 82,000
square feet in the main building and
over 21,000 in the Art Gallery. This is
an increase of one.third over the original
No lioppore. '
OTTAWA, ONT, AO' 28,--Re liable in
formation in answer to inquiry, received
to-day in Ottowa, says that the country
in the neighborhood of Edmonton anti
Carleton, lu the Provide of Manitoba,
is entirely free from'grasshoppers, and
that they have net yet appeared in the
fertile bolt of the Northwest- , '
Zurkey Pe 2rtuble.
VIENNs, July 23.Advices received
here state that the Montenegrians and
liervians hre joining the insurrectionists
in Herzegovina, and the rebellion is as.
awning alarmiug proportions. ,
Rumors of War.
The Detnint0111, GOVernMent Has
Another Red River Rebellion on
, liand..Causes Which Have Led
, to the Trouble.. -
OTTAWA, ONT., July 28.A sensational
dispatch from Winnepeg, stating that
the Cites and halfhreedi had made an
uprising near Fort Carleton', and in au
engagement the mounted police
killed several of the latter, was received
here last night. The story is received
witli a certain amount oi suspicion, as
the Dominion Government received a
couple of dispatches from Gov. Norris
yesterday, in which no mention was
made of Um occurrence. ,
OTTAWA, ONT., July 28.Alibough ru
mors were an circulation here to-day
with regard to the uprising of Cree In
dians, assisted by some hali-breeds aud
malcontents in the orth west, - they
were here generally dismedited, but dis
patches haVe sincebeen received by the
Seeretary confirming to a great extent
the reports in -circulation prior to that
time, sag it is feared that human life has
been sacrifioed in 'a daring attempt on
the part qf rebels to capture and held
Fon Cadotoo.. eoy Monk th
EVENINGLJULk 23; 18175; "
ination ol a very alarming character, and
has partially ptiC tue Dominiou Govern
ment in possession of the leading fea
tures. IL appears that the ere() lindens
have be,pn worked upon by outside Mu
ence, and that the half-breeds, being die
sathtled with the commissioners sent by
the Dominion Government, and fearing
that they wore not going to receive fair
play, at nee threw- .their influence in
with other malcontents. ,
They say that half the arable lands in
the province are being sorted by railway
speculators and the Hudson Bay Com
pany. That whereas, the Cree Indians
anq hall-hreed tamales were to receive
certain trauts of land, still no equitable
division has been made, anti tile two
Commissioners sent up to tne Northwest
know nothing about their business, and
are only latent on deceiving the people
by a policy of delay. Of course the fears
of those who have taken We law in their
own hands are greatly exaggerated, and
have led them to gravely Wiring on the
laws et the country. No 'really definite
intelligence can be ffiruished as yet, still
enougu is known to 'warrant tile gravest
approliens ion. .
, Shooting,. ' :
SAN PHANCISCO, July 23.The rifle
match between Major Throckmorton, of
the 4th Artillery, regulars, and Col. John
McComb, of the State troops, was WOE
by McComb. The shooting was at two
hundred and live hundred yardslive
shots'at each. bcores :' McComb 20, 21;
total, 41 out of possible 50. , Throckmor
ton 10, 2,0; total, 39.
THE GREAT SWIMMING RAM '
PHILADELPHIA, July 23,-Ther great
swimmmlutt. match between Joseph B.
Johnson an Thomas Coyle, from Ches
ter to Gloucester a distance et twen ty
three miles for '$1,000 a side aud the
championsh'ip of the. world, yeaterday
afternoon, resulted in an 'easy victory
for Johnson. The start wail made at, 1:45
from Chester from a stake boat anchored
in tile river. -
Coyle took the Jersey' shore, while
Johnson remained on the Pennsylvania
side. Coyle immediately surged ahead,
and extended the diatance at one time
to 800 yards, while Coyle was opposite
Rod Bank, about three miles from the
pal at Gloucester, and White be was
swimming very rapidly, he suddenly
lagged and gave out. He was immedi
ately taken on board.the boat.. Johnson
swain to a point a short, distance ahead
of where Coyle bad stopped, and was
Mt then taken on the boat apparently
as fresh as when be started. ,
Before waa taken On board he
turned somersaulta -and perforated a
, number ot tricks In tne water. Whoa
, Coyle Wile taken from the water he was
insensible with nis pulsh at 28. Johnson
was then decided winner .as according
to rules of mai,ch incase neither reached
Gloucester.' ' The oae wile swain the fitr
thereat distInce won the-mm.1 Coyle
was'a mile and at Onartet ahead,. or.
eighteen. Minutelf. aboad,.81.,- johnson,
wben ho stopped swimining. ,
' The' contestants were each preceded
by a pilot in a small row-boat anti foi
lowing them came iho judge. 'in a two
together wilh.othOr-steilue-isana yaCilts
in great bombers. All the yacht clubs
were- on the river, aud Glom:ester was
literatirjantinea, with. people,' and the
rivet; in frout was crowded with row and.
sail beit. The raw cihsed much ex
citement, and was witnessed by thou
sands. la this city betting was in favor
of Johnson, while in Gloucester it was
iu favor of Coyle.
. BAsit BALL,
N'Ew HAVEN, CONN., July 23.The
Calcagos' yesterday duleated the New
Ravens in ten inutile. boor 4 to 8.
URBINA, July 23.A spirited game of
base.balt was played yesterday after
noon berween the Ludlows, of Kentucky
and the Unions, ot this eity. "fhe Lud
lows withdrew from the field in the; last
half of the eighth inning, the score stand
ing six to six, with tho ;futons at the
PHILADELPHIA, July 23.At -a game
of babe ball yesterday aiternoon be
tween the Mutuals, of N. Y., and the
Athletics, the Menet were' Chicagoed"
by a score of 9 to 0-
Nuw YORE, July 23.The Philadel
phians beat tne Athletics yesterday, by
a score of 9 to 3. Time of game one hour
and 25 minutes. '
AbirlItte UCH, N. July 28.A game
of base-ball between the Red btocklogs,
of Boston, and the Atiantios, of. this
place, to-day, resulted in a victory for
the Bestons, by soore of 22 to O.
New York News.
The Breadstuff 'MarketThreat
cited StrikeBrooklyn Chief of
Police on TrialSuicide to Please
a Brother, etc., etc.
Nuw Yon; July 23,The excitement
in the breadstuff market for the past hw
days has no precedent in the history of
the trade. The agitation is het hely local
but general. At Chicago the advance
has been so rapid and violent that seri
ous results are apprehended, and rumors
have already become current of embar
rassment ,of, prominent firms; 'and fail
ures tor large among ts would not be sur
prising. ' 1 ,
The local market has been fearilitly
agitated, and ,upiler , the, excitement
prices;have advanced as .mtich as six
cents per bushel. in one day. This how
ever was the extreme higut. With an im
provement ot 2 and 8 dents daily, a
, very largelbusiness has been consumma
ted. The general advanoe seems to be
veil founded, and from Indications it
will be very difficult to break the market
down to anything like. the ligures of
lew weeks &Aloe. , -. ,
Cantinental - buyers have purchased
allthe wheat'in this market, includiug
the supply in canal, aad, in tact, have
extended their operatious in grain till
they have reached that which is still to ,
beiihipped 'front the West.. The feel;pg
here is rather Bearish in character, but '
the general Situation ef the en tire. 'par
ka both-here and abroad, seems to war
rant ourrent high prices:. , .'
The trial in Brooklyn of Police Siiper
intendentjahn S. Folk, charged with In-.
competency, negleut of duty, and with a
Violation of the- rules, was commenced'
yesterday. Yolk pleaded 'not guilty to
all the charges pretarred against film
Several witnesses were eiamined
tive to calm where the police bad failed
to make arrests for crimes committed.
and the case Was then adjourned until
next Thursday. , , ,
, Anotner strike of the Longshoremen,
for higher wages, is threatened. ,,
The Cornell crew, the wieners in the
late- Saratoga regatta, have declined the
tottered by lite Alumni of pAr.,
Hell University, In this city, on account,
as they state of previous engagements.
George Fre'dericks, aged 48, Secretary
of the Fire Detector Company, commit
ted suicide last night by taging mor
phine. Lie lett a letter, tasting that he
did the deed to avoid starvation and to
please his oldest brotner Charles D.
Fredericks, the Broadway p'hotographer,
who, as President and Secretary of the
company, owes him a large sum of
money which he does not want to pay.
Tbe deceased leaves a wile and seven
Messrs. Fletcher, Barrie and Faulk
ner, the members of the Special Commis
sion, lett here last evening by the Penn
sylvania Central railroad for the Red
Cloud agency, to oommenoe their inves
tigatiou into the Indian frauds.
Eosees by Pito. ,
TORONTO, ONT., July 23.The fire at
Milibrook, Wednesday, destroyed forty
four houses, besides other property., ;
ALBANY, N. Y., July 23.The hotel of
John J. Ladd, in Qoaker. street, on the
Albany & Susquehanna road,was burned
Wednesday. Loss upwards of UM
STRAOUSR; N. Y., July 23.A. fire com
mowed in the cooper shop of James
Westfall, in Geddis, and spread to two
salt blocks, the property ot the Ameri
can Dairy Salt Compauy, and another,
owned by W. C. Gore; aloe, a salt store
house, the property ot the Cape Cod Salt
Yard. All were destroyed. Loss, $80,-
600; insurance, $15,000.
o A'LASIIJES , -
- George Lane & Co., Boston clothing
dealers, have suspended.
The Nebraska Republican Convention
will be -held at Kearney Junotion, Sep
tember 15.. , , ,
Joshua Getcholl, formerly of the firm
ofJoshua Getchel I & Son, Exeter, N. Li.,
Juts failed for $70,000.
i Private information ' front the West
states that a throe-company post Is to be
established In the Black Bills. ,
Genet:al Joseph E. Johnston, of Geor
gia, bas been elected President of the
Arkansas industrial Unlvereity.,
' C. M. J. Givynn, of Baltimere,was
nominated by the Democratic Conven
tiou tor Attorney General of Maryland.
' Charles A Maw, of the banking firm ,
of Bowes & which failed awing
the panic of 1S73, died in Now Xork on
, Wednesday. . ,
, A freight train bound south and a cat
tle train going , north collided on the
Iron Mountain railroad in Blissovri Wed.
neaday niglit, killing eighty cattle and
wreeklog several mire. .; , .
The French Muilical Soeieties of New
York contemplate holding a grand eon.
cert for the benefit ot sufferers from the
floods in Franca)... The Fre h I:
ot Relief have $0,050 on haul, which
will be immediately forwarded. ,
Tbe- Coironer's Jury in the Seathside apyrepriebc coicarility.4 ,
ye4serday. - , -
Long Island railroad, disaster, censured lare Pxuar.'1(in,t, 1111.a!bertaL
1be company tor notoompieylirreonme
.tent- persona,' fór not baying approved' v111 (Ile., visited ,
brakes, and putilikt aii -Inexiiörl6nced
man as tieueral Amager, with-Tbwer to
direet -the Superintendent and Train- LA'rEST LOCAL. ,
'no followinw oftloord baite been ote t Eau ilianning, kenéntiý nonvietelt of bur
ed for tho ellaulag year by the 0.1. Y.
of :Mhisissippit Greed Master, T. Y.
Black, ot Houatou, Chickasaw Co.; Dep.
uty timid Alaster, R. L. Sauders, :Jack,
son, Id i8s.; ()taint Wardeu, M. J3.. klast
man Fayette; refl.& Secretary, O. F.
Mcdowan, Vicksburg; growd Treasurer,
0, L. Dicks, Nottalea,,45krand Represent.
ative D. N. Barrowso Jackson; ,Grand
tThaptlain, George, Sti.. Wait' Hussey,
' Latest Fr Oza Abroad.
Adjournment of Na 4iontall Assera
bi sr. '
Etats, July 23. -The National Assem
bly, by a yote of 470 against 155, has
agreed to adjaurn from tbe 4th of August
to the 4th of Novomber. : Many deputies
abstained from voting. , ,
. , AN EXCITABLE DEBATE. - : ,
In the House of Commons yesterday
afternoon Dar:tell announced that the
Government had abandoned the Mer
chant Shipping Bill for this session. He
expreseed -the hope that- the session
wouldsbe closed by the 10th or 12th of
August, and poosibly earlier. - . '
lollowed-with a speech,' in
which be violently attacked the Govern
ment, saying the consequence of Ibis
shit:Woolliest of the bill would be the
destruction of thousands of lives. He
spoke vehemently and excitedly, used
extraordinary epithets, stamped nis feet,
and gesticulated wildly, setting the
louse in an uproar. ,
Disraeli moved that Plimpsoll be re
moved from the House. ', ,
The Speaker , ordered Plimpsoll to
withdraw his remarks, and he went
out shaking his lists at the Government
benches. ' ' -
The House then considered the action
proper to take in regard to Plimpsoll's
conduot.' Several speakers urged his
exoltability as au excuse for his offense.
The debate on the sulject was finally
adjourned till Thursday -next. -
, 4.Titz wit, '
The Irish Eight won the Elche chal
lenge shield., The score was: Dien, 1,-
WU; Scotch, 1,604 Euglish, 1,501 ,
ANOTHER OVERFLOW. ,, -
-, There is-a doed at Barton'-on-Trent,
and the water is still rising. Part of the
town Is impassable. The Great EaS tern
Hallway, between St. Ives and Swaveey,
a distance of three and a halt miles, is
submerged. - - '
In ,the Presbyterian Council, last
night, the Chairman said that in private
conferences a unanimous and substan-,
tial agreement on the Constitutiou had
beau reached- But one point in the pre
amble re:nal:led to be uiscussed, wain'
the Constitution would be made public.
The next meeting of tlie council will be
held la Edinburgh -in , the summer of
1876, and the, sucoeeding , one la the
Baited States, , s ,
Bev. Dr. McCesh presided. 110 made
a speech la which he eloquently traoed
the progress of the idea in favor of u
ion. He described his original sugges
lieu at Philudelphla in recard to it, and
the cordial reeeption tee scheme in
Amerioa, whieit eulminated in the suo
twee of 1813, wheu a Inetalugof the lilvan
galical smut as wait only possi
ble hi the Baited States, was held.
Lotsfi A:orderers. ' ,
Mims Haul's, July 23.--Edmonds and
Cochran, charged with tbe impeder of
Engineer James. at Long Paint, b Ile
11.0 --yeas oar were
arraigned at Greenup yesterday for a'
preliminary bearing, before Justice Me,-
Connaba. The eviddfice was strong
enough to have convicted the parties be
lore a jury, and they were both oommit
ted to jail without bail. , They were sent
o Elitughatu for safe-keeping. ,
Zoptoeton of a Zaper-111114
BURLINGTON, IOWA, July special
from Iowa City says that live cooking-1
tanks at Close & Son's paper-mill ex
ploded last night, killing live men. Their
names are Herman Brechtel, J. Gilmore,
foreman, Frank Chiba, Amman, and two
laborers named Swalbr and Turney.
The mill' was valued at UAW, and
the loss will be very great. ' The bodies
of the untortunates were thrown eoveral
hundred led. Gilmore's wife and linch
tel's mother are so shooked by the oc
currenee that their lives are despaired of.
GREENSBURG, IND., July 211.--- John
Campbell, a Cludinnatlan,living oa West
Seventh street. a lirenian on the C. &
L. goad, was shot and killed in front ot
a house of ill-fame here last night.
lie had gone to the house with some
oompanions,, and -was refused, admit
tame, wheu a row occurred, in which
Beu liable, au inmiite of the house, tired
at him with a shot gun, killing ,
Beery CoseNtarlvitingBhtp titunk.')
A nal YoRK, July 23.---Socretary Fish
has intormatieu tilat 02,000,00J in coun
terfeit bills, on the banks of England
and France, will be issued iu this city
shortly, if bet suppressed. ' -
The ship Lahore reports a sunken ves
sel below Fryingpan Sheltie.
LEWISTQN MIL, July 24.-7The National
Bank of Win'throp was entered tots morr
lug aud the vaults oi the: savinv Mak
paned.. Loss unknown. , ,
oettero WaandNeto Badiroad ,
2'ho Army Worm, (to.
Spooial to the Elam -
DAY1014, O., July 23.A carpenter
named Perkins, while at wort at !dead
ot Nixon's paper mill, cut his loot badly
with an adz yesterday morning. ,
It le proposed to build a narrow-guage
railroad froin this city up tile Stillwater
Talley connecting with nornshurg,
Plana and other places. , ,
' The army worm has appeared in some
portions ta the county and is doing con
sitieraide injury to vegetation.
The hltnmet Guards have received their
handsome new uniforms from ruiladel
phia, which they intend to show off in a
dav or two in a street parade.
'the -corner stone ofa new Gerinan
Evangelical church, to be erected on the
corner ol ritth.and Commercial streets,
wall be laitr next Sunday afternoon with
appropriate terem?ultril ,.
1arlie tunibertn uir mooting a, watch thw, adawase,4
OAT 913, t LIgWor:oi:titott isonel trona -47.-10311;7, 1 I Wat3 oiklore.1 w4ros ihrviar 1110,43-0Tcd ,
V 11 I 4. Vibit0 OVA' Wile itOrile t,,a3e et.'" , , ,
prolgrossi , -
ion:. timbering prob
glary and sem enced to three years' imprison
utent, was to-day. taken, in the-multi:WI, of the
Shona', to the Pen teutiary at Columbus.
'' Mao. JANN Bet,L, mother of John -E. Ee
Esti , for 45 years atrusideut of Unicinnati,
dux( at her, residenhe tins city this meriting,
in tho '14t1 year of her age. Mrs. Bed hati a
very large circle of friends sod acettaintances
iu city,.and 'her death will be mourned by
ail who knew her. , -
, metals ErriNO AND Eine ,iirrested two
mint named Thomas Quigley and Call Ever
sou on Coemit and Sycamoro steeet.4 after an
exciting elms of over two miles, along the
nor,heru bills. dboy were brotigat to birdmen
s root for having tapped. the till at burns'
Salan on Emilia-on road. - . -
DIE ease of frauk Carney, who was charged
with cutting one Patrick D0811E4114 with M
utat to till him, wita dismissed hi Ow Police
Court this morning. -The adair which NV Oa
menrioued MK STAR at the taxe, was rotted
to IMMO beim the result of au 'attack by Dew
mond, oa the person of the defendant, end his
wtditals owing to his own deings. - - i
Rimier Cutritev, tha grocery-keeper ar
-rested four days ago by Officer Dinsmore on
Gan stre..t for assaulting tne Chinaman, Geo.
Sam, and destroying his 112 silk. umbrella,
some tea and his coat, was brought up in the
PolicelCeurt this morning and sentenced t9
pay tile costs in the case of assault and bat
tery. On the otner charge he was lined FAO 10
and the costa of tne trial. Oa his dettling the
amount due to Sam the Sine was remitted.
- LEWIS DoNniAlt, the man that on the eve of
the Fourth shot ti4111438 Douelly in Pancoaat al
ley, between Main and Brunner and Eighth
and Ninth etreete, WOO bmind over to the Grand
Jury in the sum of $80,t on the charge of tour
dor in ;We tecond deism.' In the Police Court
this worsting tho dying statenteut of Doneily
was preeented, but Lewis denied any luteution
ot shooting the man, end offered the excuse, as
motioned at the time, ,namely that he was
shooting at cats. ,
The Emmet Base' Ball Club organized last
evening...with the followthg members, Mr.
Charles Beinhorg lu the Mr. Joe
Coutety, pitcher t, 2.1,T E 1Ward. RICO, catch
er; Mr. Frank " Schafer first base;
George Hardy, eettond beset-Charles Beluberg,
third base; Fred Iteneb, short stop; Joh.' Kinn,
left field; Andy- Yoang, right Reid; Wiiiihm
Kelly, center &dd. Sund challenges to Chas.
Itemborg,1-12 West Front street.. , -
Further itetielt JAer the Firemen. ,
Mr. P. Bradstreet, one of our most cuter
prising attorneys, has another project in view
far further relief te the injured Bremen of last
Tuesday's terrible calamity.' -- ' '
Acoording to his intentions a large contribu
tion box will be placed on the corner of Fourth
anti Vine, as being the most popular point, and
every pasaer-by who wishea utay tweaks bis
own shard of role!. -
The hoz Will be surmouuted by a baunor
with the words Molp the Fireinen," and stet- ,
ing the object of the contributions. It writ be
under the espeoial supervision of Mr. Charles
tallith, anti the money ouch day donated will
be uuder the, control of the Fire twunieelon
. This la an enterprise of .witich we hope all
our citizens -will tuke ituVautage, .aud thus
show that their sympathy for the iojuries
which have 'bowl sturtaioed by those who rusk
life tied limb to save Ilium property is not of a
character to remain utiobseave,l.
Ike dahanma -Carey Claim. ,
- The case of thetOmmittee on Safety agalart
the city ot, Cincinnati, in. which au injunction
was sought to restrain the City Council from
paying tho Johanna Carey claim against the
city of Cincinnati, came up for decision before
JUtige Oi WO Superior Court. this morn.
intr. The amount of tho claim is X2,-eu, as has
already been mentioned. and was demanded
for climaxes to claimant's property on East
Sixth street., caused by' the changing of the
grade of that thoroughfare. .
Judge Tilden, In announcing the decision,
gave a written opinion in welch the Court or
dered a temporary teetraininn order be allow
ed until thu Mint bearing ,of tile cast. on the
ground-boat Unwell ham no authority to pay
She greater portini of the chain, as it was Do
wel:ranted. , Otner reasons wore
niftts.d. The can) will now be tried in the next
melee of the eupertor Vourt, sag the probe,- j
444 :4', t.
4 . -.14 7.- 4!r
SINGLO COPT I 'vet On
TWO VENT& W." drofil
la that Connell In tbe end will be nov.
stralued front paying either the full 11M0111111 .,
the claim of PAO or no portion el it at '
Xko Inquest ea oho 'Bode of, titadikoki
Barry Holoontk, eke "'Willi Loa; .." ,
'Tuesday, Disastrous ' ' ,, ,
Coroner Maley ibis storniog commenced fat , - ,
-inquest on the body of ,TbaCdius Mow? - ,,
comb, the victim of last Tuesdars terribto ': ,
ealatuity, and the imperlant and novel fads hi ,
the testimony which was offered were en id. 4
lows: - -,
Henry Seitildmayer, el the 'rens, testified
that be and the dammed and Mr. MI Spawner.' -
were in the upper story of the trending whew.
the aueident happened, and that lioleemb wee
standing inside the building, bolding the mole
The laet worde of the deceesed wire "Yee. '
tneee is,",m answer .,143 interrogatory ,4if anal) ,
tv,ss any chance to get inmate?" t,V Sinestibelleetwi , '
that the tower the SkOdbleta Wilk.the -
weight of water on the
Joha Filinerts testified that the roof of det, ,
building fell first, thi,n the met gave way.' -
the lire appeared to be in L113 roof and
the elevator. Before 'the buiLling Tell - the
floors sagged In.nted hiel,tney Witte 'Properly ,
septa:rem she falling el the root would never
Wive calmed the Miura to kiVid May.' -
Mr. Johu B. Chum tedtitiati he all MeCM. ;;
mick ,were catuileg near one ot tue evitekiwe ,
when the building fed. tet In...whets l'frit '
way, nud then Jeaute tbe owb. -
On our way down moo of the il.gors caught ea , ,
in the fail aud stopped us tar a moment sent ,
then gave way. - ' ' ,-
neva-lost bODSMOUSDadi t ati instal:L.; :1
ceornliek lay below we and about a ftiot mut .,-v -
a half away. One el the iron pulley stleseit
had fallen ou his take.:-.1e7na- unable to '
A hose was turned in MY dife.Aialt ad lay ins
that po,,ition. and I' w as nearly dwelled.' 4
ea ;led sto have It turned front me one a was
Th,Te W56110 lire near , -
sulisequeotly we were both dua out el tut -
ruins. Ihe loll of the buildiug. in my opinion,
was cues at ,by somethiug giviax way .b low
the fourth floor. '
James T. Griffith, who examined thibnibt.4 - .
ing uly lath, toszteed that it was met. ears
strong, and bad never been made very ; e
rile pres,4es Which were used in the
were eul9ported by separate columns and It'ar
t (nue which were about 14 end lb lent apart mad -
10 inches thieli. 'the buildi- g wm not anchored.
The two presses in the building weighed shook
18,000 Ihs each. , ; - -
Alter several other witnesens were examined.
whose testimony is unimportant,. the inept:IL-I'
Wad adjourned until to-morrow morning ate
&duce for the purpose of ullowinz the jean's,
time to exatnine the foundation of tee COIRMAO : .
upon which the difininut ii.ors of Me huileleg.:; -
' 216e Centsscrawl'. t- ,,
eCommercial's ease agaii s, thoCoustuittew ,
on.Police and Prisons was rostumail this mom, ,
Tho principal witness was Mr. R. C. Rohner, '
City Clerk, who testitied titst he ortisred tate-,
advertisement in the official pawns, but Mai ,
there was co contract u itia the Commercial..
lie, however, saiti that in allotting the ad- '',
verti,ement to go into the Conimercirl, which? ;
Wttd not Orrn of the contractors ifs.. tint city Alp - ,
vertisinr, lie may lisve exceeded but bistros, , ,
Um's, but if so he did it; for the eityis interests,
Mr- Boffins, City A uditor, ,tostined tbs. ,,, ,
thole weié sunicient foods in the TrcasorPrit
, the time to pay for the wenn tiseuteat and
build, the Station-house. , -
The testimony showallhat tile bM' Was ftf- '
CoLONIeL asumasagn. this morning, , -
received a letter irom t.t. G. Younger,
Washington D. 0,i dated yastrilay..
waking tor Iniormation, of Ate 'ahem. '
zb lots of his mother, who is suppoieit
to be in this city on her way to Galves.
ton, Texas. n card qiiforing re.d- ,
ward tolr Me capture of a horse thief. '
named George Ilenneit. Ho is wanted ,
by Chief of Police Wilson, of ludianap--
GEORGIC FRANK, arresteci OR It wat
rant sworn out by Mr. Win. Davis, sins
arraigned in , the Police Court this 4 '-
morning on a charge or adultery. Ds.
vis aceuaas Frank GI having estranged ,
the affect;ons of bis wife, aud "Aso al,
leges that he has, on seietal occasions,'
seen his wire with the defendant st big '
house, 536 Race street, and that We has t
been gottig on for about bix months.
Fite evidence produced ' in the case '
showed plainly' the guilt' or Gttorge
Frank, who was accordingly bottnu over
to the Grand Jury4 and his.bend tixed
The Cost ar irotection.'
Upon the coast of ,Noti-t Stotia, within '
a short distance of the Uaiteit State ,
there are coaloulues Of : great value,
which, unlike any others in the whole ' -
world, are located so adVaintageoulv in -
respect to ocean navigation that ahnost , -
by tbe action of gravity alone the coal '
may be delivered from the mouth of tee 4
pit upon the deck of the vessel. ' Now, '
for years the government of the UniWit
States imposed a tax ou the )andiug et
this coal within its territory, el one :
ler and twenty-five cents per too. Ilef;'
if we assume that coal upon a Well-num-. '
aged radioed can be transported tor qua
cent per ton per mile,' the effect of this
tat upon the people of New York and
New England is precisely equivalentto
a removal ot these coal-mines of Nova
Scotia from a polut on the seaboard to e
location one' hendred and tweety-hve
But it would aiso seem to 1
stand to reason that it the removal el
these mines oue hundred and twenty- ,;1,;'
five miles into the interior was Immo, ,
tit to the people of' the' United States, s "
further augmentation of their distattet
from tbe seabJard to five hundred or a
thousand miles woutd. be a still greatet
blessiug, and thas their utter '
tion would be the ,supertative good' di
ati. , s ' " ,; ,
Again, some years , since -an English
engiueor, Mr. Bessemer, devised a De
probess tor th0 manufacture of steel- Be - ' -
did loot chitin tó make anything new; bt -
did not claim to mete steel-Of a quality
superior to what was made beloreL but
he did succeed in showing Maukinil hos
to make an artiole indispeitsable in' UN '
work of production cheap, waichwas he- '
tore dear. imumulatoy upon the as
sured suecess ol the luvention, the NU 4
vocates ot peorection in- the 1.14itbil
States asked Cougrese to iinpose stibli ,
duty on the import 0( thie Steel as tvouwl..., a '
througn a consequent inoreccie of Its
price to Auterleau coustuneeS; almost
neutralize -the' only beuelit accruing '
' from the kuowledge and use tbe tiew ,
process, namely, its theapuess, mid they
succeeded lu obtalaing,,aud elft (1615) ' -
retain, a duty tuatiti greaeoutree
oomplishes such a result. , .
W SRL this result praelieally hits bees
mey be illustrated, by stathet that la s
iti;11 th'b Michigan Ceutrat' MAT:Void re
leid its Arack at Detroit with-eked rails '''' -
coating ninety-seven dollars (gdid) pee t , -
ton, hile at a distauce ot halt a auto 3 ,
(across the Detroit Rivei ) the. Cupids', -
Southern Itailreed was layieg down the 4
SAMS kind ol fulls sit a costset aavestr
dollars (gold) p.ir ton- AY.II the reeder
here ask hiniser, who' paye the tat thus ,
levied in perpetuity on :his road,' or, '
what is the gime thieg; tin the teivusg,,,
osing it; and- whether any carve. '
spoils:Una berefi:In pt,roeulty aocruta.' ,
EOM the tett-sal-41ms WELLS. lit AI&
gust Atiaullo ,
, - refers
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' Bull 1
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- ck street!
1: taken it
.,,, I: of 8 i ow
,s, , -- X: street. 3
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i ourili stre,
L' TOOMI, 1
prder, 422 50
i Linn sti eat.
,J: riOR RE!
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'4 OR REt
' argo lot. at
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1 7 , 80 Web
1 , call at p an
$ AIILLkil &
i. y011 SAL
, one of ,
oap. t or
, - arakor i wiL
, roll, JSAIL
, - ton !that
I - sold at a sac
, , Stable, East
.g: acres; b
' borsos, cow
, Inguire of B
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. rioll SAL
t' IC COLNES
, of induallo
1,,,,, niako $10 a d
I; the coantry;
' for two goo4
r , pr a agora. .!
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FRIDAY EVENING, ,JULY.23, 1875. .. ,
, TWO VENTS 114 kl :41) ' '' ' '' '
- - - , yoL., Si$ PER WEER. i , . . .. ,
' , 1,-WANTED--mtsCEtLANI10138. I - . WANTEDTRADER, -
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, I inatiou ol a very alarming character, and I Hell University, in this city, on account, arraigned at Greenup yesterday for 7 ,
a brill Is that Connell in the e.toi will be sti!. . 1 ' -
8x:rile:di inttoeflployol. nol nelotherrtitentglitnatmoarsw, , :, : ..,,,,
hall rinrtinity nizi it." Dtinitlinit anVArn AR they state. of vrevious (boy:temente. 1 Droliminery bearing, before Justice Mc
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I 1 WANTED. -MISCELLANEOUS. I WANTEDTRADES. I inatioll at a very alarming character, and nell University, In this city, on aocOunt, arraigned at Greenup yesterday. for a bility is that Connell in the end will be nor '
has Partially Put the Dominion Govern, as they state, of previous engagements. I pyeliminary !i.aring,.pefore strained front paying either the fuil antottatia
the china of PAU or no portion of it at ail., - "
2' ,V0,71egriaaVAT,...draa'ar110767,7778.14nu. patches Mae since;been received by the and the ease li,ae then adjourned until --- -- - ----- - - ----'-' - ----- - save i written lipinion in witicii the Wert ai.: here ask billow'', who paye !be tat thus - -
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beeretary confirming to a great extent next Thursday. - , A - - , , y - . ' . cavil a temporary wistrainiss order be allow. levied in perpettlity on' :his road ' or - - - . '
od until thu Anal bearing nt tee east. on tile what is the Mime thing; tin the privi;erl i- --,- -' ', : ,
f ITtlaTION 'WANIED.-Ity a youbg man the reports in -circulation prior to that , Another strike of the Longshoremen, '-, '' - Ike lenqi roist Xstrdercre. ' ,
p grountiboat uptinoil ham no authority to pay a. paitlif 14 an w bather any. ,ear;41. ,,,. . - ......- ,.-i
the greater parti..e or Lite abate, as it was nu- , . à - - t). avti ote . . , , '". , A ,
-.,, , ; who is willing to work at anytoluay have time, and it is feared that human life has for higher wages, is threatened. - . Timms Miura. July El.Edmonds and
', , ad several year& experience es clerk; salarY bout baorifined in 'it daring attetilt on The Cornell crew, the winners in the Cec me, image w e nip or o
11 d lib tb Ail f
, ot to niuch of an object as a good situation. waKrantetl. Outer reasons, wore . War attb. iiiit tici'l'r bertli In P r P' UllY ' ' ' ' ' ' '
the part of r bets to capture and old lateliaratogn regatta have declined the Engineer James.ht pongPilint,111.,while mitts.d. 'A
gril, cotio will now be tried le the be, rout the tax r.-diatlicr A. WELLS. lit AI& l ,:' . - ' 4 i '. 1
Adam.. W I LT. mt. v A MCP- Ca,,lhoot Charnsnnt . 6 - . .. -, .
' Fr;:ir '' .7. -I Fort utulet,011. ueys Korn pee, iturar..1 dialer LonuereQ,ef A11,111111 el VAN 1 A' "' "b cal were tioaelue et tee bUiperiOr veurt, sea the probe. igust A ittuuo. - ,
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