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I Knowing thateleotriolty at rest always 1 1 1 - , , Noport of the Ciiimonie CommitteW I They also approved the following orr tends to diffuse itself on the surfttoe wrirdom A Trio ,-A 1 41 SC 10 ' - I 1 - I Fund. for Infirmarv purcuses; WO. from the surface. it bocame, at an sari), pe I 410iias olio a.mo glikann ammo, 1 , TraDAY JULY 23 aaY alternoon, yam au tne merouers 1 i Bounty Fund, in faior.-ot 11'1:0: Bander- riod, a pdation wIlether. electricity- in I , Mr. James McCarty Wag epee:tinted te Pelt 21, trom uenerat e uuu, itie etseete. retinue' determined um queseion in a IXTE regret to learn that the impression has Aasy communications, neamit point (min - ' :!': , ! ' ' ' '" LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ()leaning Department. ' ' - Very ingenious manner. Re took a 0Y- V V becom the benne el.,.,,t.!e !erort in tli,d ;,itsiii, co 4, e ",,,, , e , , .. tbe position In the Platting Department lately filled by James Dunn resigned. 1 Th-e ordinance torsi? $1,100 to the Cin- lindrical wire of a certain size and Great Weeterna gi: usetrwa Is rt wh ai teh tthhee pAstsi anns tri el, sanni ad Pleaeaat "ree,-.1e.:-ye, neileelillei ileee, piens- ' I . ' -, , , ' oinnati Park Atisoc at on tor the bridge measered the resietance which it offered and Baltimore and Ohio R The Secretary reported 'a balance in i It h &dreads. This idea, alit giro, and etal.itititrlin-te,y; , . .. ;-:':1 ' !-,-,- : - - doubgerainaa -meaner from the taat Lam -e-ifee eteeriptive elreteer; of ,tho lion c and ; '' -k :-.."-, ,,', - Probablÿ clearinú and-lair the' next 24 Cit Tr f $9 630 64 y eaeury o , . at Eighth street and Milicreek was re- to a current of elect'. city. 0 t en ao Island, addreas Pie relle-11.-eY trOtr913, - -, ' , ' . . , , 1:91Ted tO the speolal committee haVing rolled the wire out 11 e. t -end --meReurea wils linedni h 1 ' ' " ' 'were. , 'e - ' The Citizene'rommittee, on the inves- notjoin t o ast.natned companies .,...1,4, . . , ,, : .. ,, ruteth.ttay.m. ,t , , , tigatiou of the Water-works. presouted n in hen ' t e matter (1,,, . the reeistenee again; It was found to be in advancing rates to New York last week, at .1", ". which thne the Balthnore and oblo and Penn- . ,-' , , , . , ,, - - " ''' ' ' ' LOCAL BREVITIES. their report, from which we give the to - 1 , The claim of R. C. Phillips for $3,000 the same, although it le evident that the . . sylvanis Roads entered into a combination for -mom Fon sAt.m.. , , , ,,, . lowing extract: , royalty ou bleek pavement Was laid OVer extent of the surfatee ot the conduetor a uniform tariff of paesenger rates to be ale- . ,, ' '- ' ,e '' ,'.. ' , COL.-CHARLE8 W.. WOOLLEY, has re- for a week. i' , - "Many matters of a serious charge, and , . - , was by this means greatly inereased. turbed onlý by mutual consent. THE EXCLUSIV2 ''' itIGrIllt-0 ', , ,--. Other ex I h d d per mentere ave etermtne Our receipts have been so satisfactory for - e e. , , ,.., toned from Saratoga. , now under examination by the Council ' "------"-e--- g - -.- Committee and the Court, attraoted our . efts Important Discovery. the question by different methods, but several mouths past, and the patronage of the , e ,, , ,' , , , e ,. - ,. e , , , ., ,, ;., 'e '.' , '' - Tax total inches of rain that fell dur. no co, u av ng- no aut or ty or e. e o or rong yes er ay scov r ti b t h 1 h i d S li it St t d di e ed always with the same restilt. The Com- traveling public so Mew, teat we will con- . . ,. . . , i ....,--- -. . ttnue, until further notle,e, to eeli tickets to , , , ie. e ,,, e g e . lug the month of June amount to 4.83, etre to prosecute investigation into mat- that an old e d t f 42 000 It i t u gmen o , ga ns mittee of the Frenoh Academy g whinh New y k - -- ,,, and during July, up to date, 5.78. ' ' ters outside of the figures, we refrain inClilded Becquerel, De la Rive, rouillet "' . . , . the I., Q. & L. railroad, which was ren e, " ' - ' GOvERNOR WILLIAM lain the city stop- from any expression of opinion in regard and otherti,- adopted a solid square bar .A.i'r,...A.,.14JESS11.A.1311E ''' , , ,., I, ,-P ,' ,, i ..', 1. ,,' ': ,4, t ; i , , . .., , , . . , , . , , -'' ' : ts, ' '- , ping at the Gibson House, and will take to them, but beg to suggest that the pre. dered in favor of the city in 1871, had as the best form for lightning-rods; and ' Than via an h Li 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' : - J , ' i ' ''' ., i , - sr ot er no, v or, 1. , , ,' .., -. ' '.. the train te-day tot his home at Chilli- vention of all irregularities is in the never been collected. The Solicitor, this Sir 'William Snow Liarrie; thotigh often ' .-. eeg- g. - , , --ee ' e ' ' -.. '' eothe. -. , hands of the Superintendent 'and the morning, intarmed a STAR red) 00 -, . "eine y , dre ", tee ; ' ' 4 orter that quoted as faVoring rods which Present a Spectalfirstechies teekettitoNewToek.11113. , ,,,,a4te-gg ge i eaget-eAti14 el' , ,. ,, ,e ' e' , , , -- Board of Trustees. While the Secrete- he would imniediately prom to collec,t ,,, . , , e inn Committee on Space of the cone- large surface, ' sive: "Provided the Tickets good untie used, and goon for - " -- -, ' ' ''',- - ' ---cerne-4 : ' l , ; e 1 t, ' - , insExpoeition will, this afternoon at 4 ry and Collectors perform the general the amotint, by whatever moans the oir. quantity of metal be present, the form s P be ever ' '' 1 ,'' - , We (Rik assign the space asked for by work of the departmeut, they are mere- cumatances may require. : . - . under Which we place it is evidently of Second-class tickets to New, York 11.00 VOR - WILLIAMS' PATENT FOLDING,- , g- , - ,, g e , . those who nave sent in their applica- ly subordinates ot the Board, and it is . egeege. no consequence to its condueting pow- $3 Less than via,any other Line ' 1: 0Am-g and SEWING TABLE. Is offered , , - - , ' 1' - - ,' tione. to the Board and the Superin- ' , , court cuttings. ,, ere, since it would be absurd te suppose - ' to these dvishieg to manefitoteire.,Willex- 't g- . ,- - , . ,,,,e1: . ,..-' : Tut( Committee on Elections of the 1 ,., , , tendent that the community looks tor th und e mi al d, b t e so , cone o an ones management ot the department. If the officere and employes are compelled to a strict compliance with the law referring Deuton, to the collection and payment into the E. C. Kellogg was honvicted (it grand teat a mass of metal, under any form, did not- conduct electricity in all Its To La 0, k Ch t 1 00 , at; auqua end ratilme . e-.. 1. To Buffalo and return le. ..e : 14.00 encumbrance& change for desirable Real lestateg free front t- -- , , , . - ---e , Address - - Gi IL WILLIAMS, PatenteÇ - , ,-. - . .; - - ' - , Board ef Aldermen in the contest be- larceny in the Criminal Court y t I 1 1 d k I ci " T N 1 15 00 es or- part c es; udoo , we now t ea am o agar& Fa le and return ,,,i, ..; - tweet' Colonel A. E. Jones and W. W. lyintle - , , P. O. Box 128, Albany, N., t , , , , day, in stealing e280 from one Atealom -Prof. John rein, in Popular Science ,,, , . -- , ; s ,; ; ' ' ed., ,' . e, Sutton, of the First ward Iasi ni , ght de- - Monthly for, August. , , s , , For reliable Information aud ticking at low- - - , , ' e '' - '' 1 ei 0 ared the latter entitled to the seat. and sentenced to four I yews m- . FINANCIAL . -,, ', ' s-. ,, i , , , - , ---,-----1-,-ses-..----t---.- , . est rates, please amity at the (Ages of the - ---- - prisonment in the Penieentiery. ,e : - , -, . -THE Atlantic and Great Western Rail. Treasury of all funds,. no defalcation or Ono of the greatest curiosities in Japan '' '' LEA STERRETT- et CCe ,..:, Wien for a new trial in the Frank A M , The 1tiaitie and Great Westen Railroad - .. .: - ,' ' road Company are noW selling lire t-Olailg irregularity is possible; they are the ex- to the stranger is the wonderful varlet! . . ' 13 It 0 Ii..1,3 It fR,' ',, ,- At' ' , , ' 113 anti are only chargin $11 lor r un :c..g. , . , , g o d tention on the part of the supervising instances it takes 1,000 pieces to make Fenton I ith tit , was a ta esman w in e year House). Ticket Office Grand Hotel, and at -, - -, J ---; , - ' - ' ' - ' ' ''' - e , trip tickets to Lake Chautauqua and heads. one dollar. These are called , "cash," g - ! Dealers in Bonds, Stocu and Gold, strietl - g ' e W B SHATTUC ' et . - - return. , - "'reeve is no complete or fixed method , and are seldom received by foreigners, , ,' ' " 9 ozi Commission. '. ' ' ., iYiedf -1 er Geeeral Passenger Agenk - 'le ;',,t -,. - ' :MICHAEL FARRELL, a foreman in the Of keeping a stock account. The penult who, as a general rule, refuse to take e" In the applleation of Wm, Bailin against - , - , - ' e -- tickets to New York at the low rate of , pected results of carelessness and inat- . ,- i eet Cleaning Department, while memorandums of the Superinteudent, in , , - ' g '-e. workin in ono-. of th sewers o '. -e hie own ivate book constitute the me g e t the pr . Wihier case has been made on the of coins that are used daily In sem , , -, ' ground that one of the jurors, William e No.4 Burnett Howie,' Ill Vine street (Burnet SS, West Third Streets Cineinnaitte. ; , ,,, , last past. It will be decided by Judge Cox oext Weduesdae morning. , g t' I h C t1h011 in , change.' Imagine , mak Cell. ucker. or a rece vet, t e - our - - -- a ointed Ferdinand Springer. , --. , ing a trade of tive cents .and giving yepot. , LÁR" sumsheve been realized le Wall I,,' , ' . . , RALROADS. ' street Item ,small luveatments,in Stook , ' - ' Privitextrt. iw Mares et 'any aro -k butighe on 4 - . ., , a man a tifty-cont piece, then receiving e. ' ' :' Twentyeliret ward, slipped on the mud- ord lof many transactions, the only In- PX "3 h t i verdict el f.3 , t e amoun ola mod, gem depoeit or eatee ' Pamphlets giving method of , , ' .-, , , ,,,,,:, ..,!- :7. . dy pavement yesterday, and suffered a ventory of varied and valuable propertyl in allange 450 of then (toppers. was found for Lawrence E-tchering, in ' This WISH AIN FRESH Attu operating. free- - ,, i ,, - , , t. ,, ' . - -, , ,, , broken leg. - and it seems to us quite possible, ae wel coin le peculiarly made, having a square ' . SIMPSON DARRAGH 3 Ca., , , , , , , . his case i t 1' d St el T aga US re . ra e. , he , . . as probable, that inuoh Speculation and hole in the center. - They are about the -e " 1 ' , . -........ 1 - - , - , P. O. Box WI& Bankers mut lirokers, , t - ,.. , , ' - ' ; .! - . ' 1 Hil Trustees cattle several townships money was sought to be recovered for '' ' '' - - even, noLitied by the Clerk of the Board 1 thieving may occur, and be reckoned as size of our dime pieces, and nearly two , - e ' - ' , - , 64 Broadway, Ceti of Wail street, New Vette ,. , i labor erformed b plaintiff in defend p y Jet-eizi - " ' thirds the thick nees. Next to this comes HO! FOR I, THE COUNTRY ! ' . . - , - ot Directors of the Hamilton County In- wastage.' ant's vineyard. , - , - - e , ' . :.' Vi.' - ..- - firtuary to moot at tee Infirmary on IheeCommittee also presented the re- the quarter of a cent, then the. haltecent, ee . '' g - . . , - , , ,-,,, - A suit , on it note given twenty years , s . ' ' ,- - , . - TONIC ELIXIR. - , , - - , , ' ' - . . - Tuesday, August 30, for tee purpose of port ot Me. D. G. A. Davenport, from ago was brought by II. C. Kemige against eight-tenths of a cent and the oue and - - ', ,- -' t ,,- , , , , Wahine tee semi-annual settlements. - Odell we give the following: Jacob Vogel, before Judge Averye and nt Woos In sliver ' coins the , , g - - . . -. ' , - two-ce p . y , . - . ) , , "There were eightecollectore each hav- he it ten twenty fif y-cent and i Dtri HMO T have t ve , t RE slIM'MER -TER ; " 1 --- STEPHEN DEUICIILER, a steamboat- ing charge ot a separate distriet, who ' the jury iound a verdict for the plaintiff . , . Fp,Rm net ;ire 0,-.91ato isott .. , . . 4 . . , . one dollar pieces. In gold tee one, two, likl I41,if , eel'. , - matt, visited bis wile yesterday, who for $500. - , gelitAt4t4 ' ''.0' 'k' .0041.14.--'' 1 ' . ' - du 'lug the year collected and deposited The Bates, five ten sad twenty,' dollars, which are III &, missisTfi .filillirly s,....r .,.,.. , :, k,4. . ....,,;,.. ,, ,1, ,. . . I ; - e! '''. - Wan staying with 3Ire. Louisa Lehner, at 1 - - Will ease has closed, after as tollows, viz: y' pretty coinages indeed. Next to 'mantas., - 14 lit. ,, , il t-- ., . -k , ,, i ,,-, . 103 Main street. On hie departure Mrs. eCollected-No. 1, $73,935 20; No. 2 Ileifi Mimes the government' series of a- . 2 . ' P -''''e ' six weeks' duration. 'I'he jury werd - "cm,- , charged last evening. The result of IV ' ILL RUN ,' - - ,,:..,,-,,,,,,;,,,,-,,,,rgl : : , , , ,., , , ,. Lobw,r found herself short forty-three $83 533. No. 3 145,443 83- N o 4 $48 609 6' : lolls denominations ' t , per money, In var . , ' ,""' i . - ' collars. Deutchier was tollowed to the ) 1 ' . .. I . . ' ' - V t their deliberations will 'probably be re No. 5, $68,801 88, No. 6, 011873 95; No.70 ranging from five cents to 100 dollars. SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAIN otEtri-Rot 9ott. 14- . r. '11 '''' " ' ' river and it was ascertained that he ,,, ;',,, e i - . , , , . . . e-0,681 70; Ng. 8, $11,888 68. Total, $414,- turned to-day. , ' , - This money is made on quite inferior , .,. e , ,,,, 1, , - , .,, tied left for Lothevilte. A dispatch was 7139 se. The ill ef Francis. Jose h ht ' , p eyor was :,, e , -g--TO-- , e,. e ,,, , Triti . lir u paper to ours, and from general appear- , - ,, , - , seut to tho Chief of Police at that city "Depeelted--No. 1, $60,183 45; 'No. 2, admitted to probate. ; , - ' - ' alio. will not Met like the Amerioan ; ; - , -IIKW,: ' A Id A 0 ,- - '', -, ''s , ' to arrest the mau on his arrival. JOhn -M. Boyer, of this city, filed kis .A. :IT Iit Co II 41,.. , . r ' , $81,618 15; No. 3, $45,15e 93; No. 4, $45 - money. , , petition in voluntary bankruptcy in the , 4. , e.., ., - - A Pi-ax is being devised by the Horti- 014 20; No. 5, $64,082 45i1 lel ft me 1 e - a- --, ',gen- I-1 United Stetes District Court, yesterday. ' ' --------""' Stoiming at all way point& leer Dui Cincinnati '' Ili - EAP9ranetiss hanaZipili pro'eess.; .1 :0 , -, - , ,' - , . cultural Committee to secure for the No. 7, S20,138I 70; No. 8, 11,125 83. I t I The TroehlY Mar. '' ' ' - SAO A. 54-., arriving at Aurora at 9 tel A. M. Prot, Oxalate Iron. -,i . . I, . IS 1. i, :, , , . , '2(11-a-, His assets, con tl 1 bl k l'h - ' me ng o ao em . e - ' --' coming Exposition one of the most beau- $38S,4e2 86. . . Returning leave Aurora 6 P. M. arriving at -Alkaloids of Cinchona.. ., , . it L , . ; ; tools and household -goods, amount in , This 'week's WEEKLY STAR is 'now ''''''t ' ' "P d N ' ,, , , e , DWI teleplays ot out flewers and floral online - o. 1, $13,751 75; No. 2, Cincinnitteetts P. M ' ' , Eepaitt bameharated, , , 21,i t - ,, value to about $250 all of which be ' i . ready, and can be obtained at our coun- Tickets and information at Depot foot of Mill 1 xt. Diosma Deode , . 3 I. . . e - I work possible. The plan is that all ine. $1,914 65; No. 8, $289 90; No. 4, 2,695 40; claims to be exempt. Hie liabilities street. R. T. BRYDON, Gen1Pass'r Ag't. hal Turk.) ' . - . . .- i A t . , - , " tels aud individuals, so inclined, will be No, 5, $3,819 43; No.6, 0,052 80; No. 7 - tor in wrappers, ready for Mailing, at 4 .,..- - i ; am b ' ouut to a out $1,000. - gem. ett- stf C. W. PARIS. Ticket A j FA ' , - , ,' , 1 -- -, invited to subecriba liberally for the No. 8, $762 85. Total, $26,286 98. , gee . 1, cents per copy. It contains the latest pits,strateiN 10,,FREA031. , ,:- ...i.,.- , . ,. - ,,, ,, ., , , ,, - , -, purpose of offering suitable premiums. "tor tile year 1873, the books show tbat i ' , , 'mildew,. . . newa by telegraph, a full summary of the , PROFESSIONAL. ' ttii tsitiikifff ' ; tt:ttarv,' , , -' ' - i I. ,-- , l'he largest eitigie subscription will rep- a euin aluountiug to $4,724 52 was depos- - ., current news of the, pest week, full pkr- - ge - ,, , ' resent the largeet premluin, and wiil be ited too late to appear in the earnings of Correspondence of the Star. , ticulare of the dienetroas fire in this city Erterteepagile Physician's. '' 0 tIGN114ti -A' tag' k. i ' 1 .--4,, t 1 . named after therhotel offeringbit. Atter that year,tantd consequently le itillown ass fIu tirbe reosephtioal rfoomiat the Ohhio Re-t 1 , the awarding o premiums t e flowers a part o he earninees of 18-4 Thi cl ruiMo u int Pit niingtbet;etgotEel thecrirituheawlsarge Das ' Ophthalmia and Aural ms, for 144,D011, - 12!1:1-Elij. 1? , , 'tell- 4 ', 13, ' '. 1 e -- ,. oim aim c oo or oye e p ases o e ... '01.1(0DEFOIONAC 0( ION r;. . -E -,y; " - . Ji ', :- Will be distributed among the aubscrib- want of promptness seem to hilve in- (I 9 dit i 1 ri fink Z isin rest, disethies of the Eye and Ear. 223 West ea tue e or a e o - a g, ,,, .., our common humanity, in their varied ' el- e i lirs. ' creased during the year of 1874, so that, ponemeut ot the .Centeunim physical Fourth atreek Sergecon in Charge- ! ! 1.0.-0DvsEAs$, I.,. . ..14,-:, , , .. ,- j JOHN : 3IADDEN, watchman tif the at its close, the collectors were behind aspects, are often seen to advantage. A Culture, Grangers and British. Co-opera- 9C. - P., WIILSON, 31. 1). 40tEtAVylt.rJ , , it .110001) .f- ! . . Lower Market, at bait' poet one o'clock . intud as already stated, tope atnouut of farmer who took a smell boy on Judea- tivee, Newspapers as Text Books, Death .., ., 1 e ' . itist night discovered a colored man e .: lee 286 98. -11-0-tv. l's1 1-'-s S. M".1091 iTk Th. 0, r4s1 '' . . 10 ture brought him back oa account of a of Lady Franklin, Jec., together with a .1-, -1-1 310-H- - 9 - ---9 ,,, V, , ,L, -, , -,' ' ' eending over John Knight, a well dressed - et i , - Had the collectors complied strictly. serious physical infirmity. Be liked the large amount of limey, spicy editorial Tel 6T. Cincinnat O. - tificeWirilraSEtTai. '10 A. AL' 2 4 1- 411,1 .:44tP. tep o' - -- - , ,, .,. man, wbo, after a drunkeu epree, had with the by-laws the receipts woulu lad aod would gladly keep him but for paragraphit, will be read with interest. E u ' to 4 P. M.; ,k, . . , , , Li. . ,it i . ' ' - (alien asleep on the pavement in trout of have been: this iniirmity., With evident emotion, Also, interesting correspondence from vetting. , , ap8-6mu , ft., .7.-. , . , 14,,X;"r4::': 0 ' I ' ' - I ' .. no...o.iiin- i,Stw , . , , , . . 7 - ,,i , , ihe Broadway house, on second street Pot 1873 8428,937 84, kind words, and the gift of ten dollars 'different parts en the country, several . , t e . -..- lii ' ' Ind Broadway. The negro rail up tbe Fer 164 . 4geite 62 tor the boy, he parted with hint in tears., short stories, Religious Inteiligence,Odde - 1PV- M 0 W EN S,. M. 13-, , , . - ,.., t ,-,. , elley followed by Charles Wateretein . -- --e----- Oa the table is a letter froin a father to and Ends, Humorous Gosei-p, Personals, - ' -.S. W. Cog Seventh and John Ste. , : -i e ,: , e NEWSPAPER., , - , -', i - , ' ' ' '' ,, ' , slid Francill Holbrook, two companions 60,280 OS Mr. Howe, in which he has the inhuman- Poetry, ' ohoice . Literary, Agricultural, Office Houra-From 7 to V A. Me 1 to 3 aud - , , ' - ',The recteipts by the Secretary were ity and hardihood to Bay Wilts unfortu- Art and Scieutific reacting, Historleal 6 to 81'. M. ' '-! ! ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS 1 - 7 ''' ' Al dil bt ea d Kilt a g . - , 01 a eti, u es pe . u g i e a , aa follows, Viz: nate son at the institution, "I don't and Biographical sketches, ego., together f '' o ''''' , '' ' taken tO the Haminund-street Station ' , '. '.. '-, louse, where a valuable gold watch, a Hylituraust service, water rents, etc-, In- want hime put him out to a farmer; I with a lull and complete Rome aud For- Dr lislirts, -17. rloward " , - -- - - - .".i: , ; ,' , .- ,--.f.- . , . lethally ol smith coin aud $137 la bank ' ! Making an increase of di g balance of 07 '28 preceding year 4 4 from the ' can't , manage him; he has more mule eign Market Report. - , - , e 44453 97 than bratne." , ,,, ' - . - , . -101SENSES 9r. womEtsg - Pioneer Newspaper . of .-Colorad3...,, - . - ' ' ... -- t ir t ..- .. eille were found upon his person. From notes discounted 64 btil OU No.183 Jobe street, Cincinnati, 0. ' , s, - ' e ,- '. , - - .-A genteel young man visite the school NOTICES.' Mee hours, 9 to M. . , . - lebie-ay , , - - . e , . - - ' ' i - 'A CHARLES DUNHAM, twenty-one years -- e- 1 , ' - Total $95,277. 9,1 seeking a long-lost brother. Eleven . , , , - , -, . ,,e, , e , , eld, aud a book-keeper in the employ of , , ''' 'e 1Vm'. ()hinny eit Co., No. e0 Vine street, 1. "Of which be deposited in the City f se oration rendered recoeni years o p ,, $1100 - TO NEW YolliK. VIA., , DR. 1). W. tOUNSBUR1C - Established:April tit, isas.-,--I.-", - .. IP ' Den impossible. In a few moments the The Atlantic anti Great West ï ' ! , , , was a few days ago arrested and takeu Treasury: . th and - ern ltditroad, 186 Lose thau via other lines. Residence and Mee, S. W. Cog Seven . , , ,- ! , . , ......-.. : , ,,:., , ,,.,i, , -.7)' 1 ." 4 ' , miore 'Squire Johnson on the charge of Proceeds of notes 04,824 00 ties of brotherhood bound these youthful To Late Chautauqua and return, Eleven Mound sta. OMee Ileurs-8, to 10 A. M., 2 to . ' .. ' ., anbezzlement. Tile amount of the uefai- hearts together. , The elder brotber gave Ouaccouutoiotherrecelpts 64,46 80-869,110 69 Dollars. W. B. SHAPTIle, 4 P M.; lig to 8 P. ht. . , - , ., , Oldest L t Ch t undBest; 1 - , , urges, , cape . clear 619 mice of dolitg well for himself,- , ,.,, , ,:i,-.' .- latiou is between $1,500 and $2,0,10, taken jy15-1,1 .' General Passenger Agent. , - Leaving balance in his hands 50,167 2e1 and of undoubted respectability.: Turn- - - 1 Drit. SLOSSON 'a BRONSON. Th J , - luring about eighteen months, in SLIMS e only- Valuable...Advertising , . - -, , st,' 1 ' ' : ,t0t this balance ne needed, perhaps inh to the record of admission, we found , Gr. "VV. ',IIA.11,MS, I N. E. Cor. Eighth and Elia Sta. ; , - 1 - - , il front $5 to $20. lie confessed the crime i , et il , g e - in being accused of it, and promised to for the proper management ot affairs thut these children were left worse then , Manufacturer of , , . Office Hours-From 71t, to MA. M., 1 to 3 and :Medium through watch to rench 1 ', ' : r,' :, , - , ' - -Galore the lull mount. Viten biought i b t $6e0 II th ' or Aisne. The father had died in a poor a ou . e, (helot e, retained In I ' 0totiP.M. , , . his possessiOu some $5 500 which should house, end the mother ha a andoned a re se d b M tt eti s and 13Osading, ,-- . , , ,, telore the magistrate, however, he re- . of Color:Adis and ',Akins ., . . have been deposited with the City Tieas ' ber children and was in a brothel, fallen ND DEALER IN WOVEN WIRE AND 1 Drs. Bradford 42 MeCifesne ' - the Trwile ''' ' --- . Tooted his statements and Mr. Glenne, . - , . " ,e, , t 1 , urer " . , , '' ' - letermined to prosecute him. Delleatn cent Territory.' e ' .: , e ge I. - ' ' ,-, i , - , In the matter of disbursements: "The Ith s 'in innati 0 de23-1 FmkW children, superior to the crushing weight 188 W Ft te. L 0 . - Y . , - ' ' vas yesterday afternouu committed to ' OFFICE HOURS: FROM la A. M. 1'0 4 P II ' ' ' 1 -. . be couuty jail, but released last eveaing rl''' - - . - duplicate pay-rolls, which are recelpted Tley do not always agree in atnount , . and an outcast. Oue of her unfortunate A all tile New Style Smite: Bed Bottom is No. ! ! - s . , . . 0Mce 63 W. eventh Shenk , - , . tbat held hint down, by the Diviue bless- . . Die T. C. Bradford at home from 10 a. in. to I T by the employes, are not in good shape- ing and his own &rens has developed Cincinnati. Type Foundry , Co' HE DAILY NEWS le te by 4l inZhes; Con. -t , ,!- , , ' trt , ' - ,, - k . in bait depobited by his father. p. m. Dr. A. C. McChesney at 1101n0 train 1. 10 the true man; and the other, as the ward 4 p. DI. de12-1), In ilis di plumes of matter.' 1114IVNEliLf -iL ' ' - ' 4 Ps, f , -,. t,,,, ' OFFICER EFFING last night lodged vita the origlual rolls verified hy the af- of the Counnonwealte, strengthened by C. WELLS, Treasurer, - , , . , - NEws le 14 by 50 inches; coatains 401MR:ions -'s , - , ,.!,0. 1, t '' len ry Re hens,' ',I Newporton the Bre- fidavit ol the Superintendent, and tiled the example and tue sympathy of his . 201 VINE STREET. . - ' ' , limns's. ' - ...'' ..,'' . ' ' nen-etreet Statiou-bouse on the charge with Alm Auditor. I learned, however brother, true to his opportunity of pre- ' rb-r The type tor this ptsiser comes ' --- of matter.' Both era' edire,t with abiLty ;mit . ' , . . ',;t 11...,,i - gi petit larceny. Ile WW1 found ou Hank that the Auditor's warraute weie tiravrtl Paring' tor a good, useful life, has a bright trout this Foundry. , s.A. m. lama), Dentist-, e.re,, .They furnish the latest, and inost mils- . , i4,-.. !, !! - tud Central aveutie under, suspicious prospect be:ore him. , ' B. W. C. ble news regarding Cotora,10 its busitioii,,, , . , - t tor the anioutit of the sworn payg oils, - ' 290 Vine street, three wens above Eighth , n . tircuinstances. On the way tO Lae sta. JuLY 22, 1675. ' Hr.-Alfred White : , : ; ,, , areet. and tee inen were paid accoruing to onurtli, pr1gress, mining . ititerests. agricul.- . -- - . t!, , - . ,, tr , , ., aou-bouse he attempted to draw seine- , them. Preperatory to payment, au en- .......- meal, and stock. interests...anti, in Lick, are a., i , , . , . ,1 ; 1 . . ' hing front his coat pocket, aud to de- woULDpreoint his compliments to LADIES. ,..' , , votive is prepared for eaue man, on . Earth Currents in Telegreph Lines. v V and GENTLEMEN, aim be happy.to hove .101.1L1L. or TAFT, Dentist., otat,x of all die interests Of thaTentory..,. - .1 ., , , !:'). f , - , it it ou oue of the benches ti Elder g gi ,,,, . - , me tt bled is written Ms name aud number, A Mr. Schwendier, weo, in the year them examine.the Granite Statues of "Ilene" - , . Subscribe for it, if youvish to obtain aiithei.. . t , , , dreet Markeghouse, but was indered do, pee men cop el; . . - ' t t. -. , iy the officer. Being searched - - ' fel ' - - it Bremen street, 'a eliver eugar uowi, e.. , and the mount due him, as shown by 1868 was entrusted witn the introduc- mid the , , , the sworn roll. When a maa is paid, he tion of a new system ofteeting telegraph tared at hie roomg . I' d eigue the du p icate roll au rat:elves his lines in India, took that opportunity to "Angel Gabriel," now being scuip- EDITOR DENTAL ItEtiltilTElt. , , . , ti,!, is:stuistios 0! colors ii 1 ' 1 ' No.' 257 West Pink Street. , , 117' West Fourth Street ' scat flea on receipt; of peetnece. , Advertising!, , , , ge ,' , , , , uaiked J. W. Chase, one dozen silver " decli-ly . T rates furobthed upon. applicatioti. .. , ,t ,, - ' envelope. On some of the paygolls a do ble work so thoroughly as to secure eg- e , , - ' peon, four (silver spoons marked R. deni-ly - , CINCINNATL O. Spbscriptien:, Deilye- Ho ,per mar:. 41:perr ,, - - large number ot signatures appear to be all the data necessary for the quautita- MISCELLANEOUS. -- '' I ' - Itiickle one Over s oou marked S. F., .. , g ; , - .., P le 1 leten by the saute person. in one lu- tire determination of tbe electro-motlye mouth for a shorter ported., Weekly, 3 a ye en, i -, , , . ' , 1 ' ine spoon unmarked, one pated spoon Attorneys. . , . ' stance I found a pay-roll with quite a force in the line. Over 10,000 d,otermi- I) , . P It; r II'. A. n 113 , si 7e- fot six ononths; SI for three mouthee - - - - , 1. , ,- ,,,- , , we eilver mustard spoon, and oue ell- i e, , -1-eegue eme-gr , '' ler butter kulle, were found in his pos. I neither the thne tee rate of pay, nor the six years, and' he deduces from these ,, , . d1c i . , Attorney anclecuusellor at Law,' - e e ' , Address W'Sr.,B. BYEati, ProStr,..; - - -, ' '. 7 number of signatures, opposite to which nations have been made during the past MANUFACTURER Of , . kly-Nuir- ..--ò - ,-,-----, - , Postage prepaid. : . . g .., . t - , e g le, I. - , lebbian. Airs. Chao), in the Police Court amount due had'been entered." , the oonclusion that all the linei in India Saddles, Harness, Collars, ., ,... r , , , tile wonting, identified a portion of the No. 30 East .11iftis St, 11-tr ' ' 1 ' '' Denver ' colorittlii: ''-"' ' ' l'." ' ' ,' No. .tIli : Park Row, New . York. lY' 1 . , ,, , , , , . - Mr. Davenport does not tied any fraud- are affected by natural currente of elec- eg, " ' '- ; e.. ' i , '' ,' ' '. property, and Itotzerts wee aceordingly deltedy.F.ISLieW , 4 CINCINNATL 0. ; , - , ulent entries, aside from the irregulari- tricity.- These ourreate are, as it were, 5' I i :, ,,, lent tO the Work-house for thirty days --Collectione prumptiy Made hi gle parts ,,TIIE 'PB011..E'S 1,MDC.I',11''''' ,, ,, - ties already mentioned, - - negative gr copper currents, fleeting , ,, leoliTH rps wxpeBT ut hoLh dm hmt. .; i :-,,., - sod lined WO. , ' 31 . . ,. - The repott, ou motion, was ordered to tree). the east-to me week. The, strength ' DACOSTA'a RADIO ALUMS for Dyspepsia et- Contains no coutinstea stories. 8 lat-qe noires,. ' , ' . - . . .. . , ' - ' ' marriage !Assam,. The report of the Citizens' Committee but far more constant than the strength. braeh, low spirits, lose of appetite, assists di- mattegevery welt, together with antekeefrotm t -- - - , -::'1'., 11. be spread on the minutes. of the natural current he very variable, tooteally oures geoetieat . - ' The following marriage licenses were was ordered to be sent to the investi The variations in strength and direction' Mr. elite wale authorized to employ an unitom. The prevailing direcelon of the ion, heartburn, water ' gestion, tones ap Me weasel), and as a ifver BOONS AND STATIONERY'. ' ; NEWAND STANDARD BOOKS', in 18 columns or eholee iniseeitancouto reading. ; - !he peals a suchwilli.luiown writ,,legu Nag- e L '.. r . , gating Contmittee of Council. . on parallel lines of telegraph are very regulator has no equal- A few doses wilt re- Br, OL1Vka orric, svi.vANtrs tplift,t , .,,.; ,.' ' i ' : - Osuad since our last report: . b h flite t F e St VI lieve, and a little perseverance permanently every lane o re, tire, in a ou- Jr., Mem AbiSmT, WILL CaRLIO,S, .1. T.- ,...... ., . ? f , , ., ' Bernard Flack aud Frances Novae. care theism casetv segr a Idij'alt),11 A lit Knit4,18 ery,-Ladles, Note Paper; Visiting Cards 1.1tOtr.autotat'.3141llii, TIVAIX. ita ,, ., ,,,, i ,- , - , Engineer to make a new meaeurvment curreut is generally also the direction of e f, , .- Bernard Miehael audliete liandorL ' ' . , , , - , I W ILL 8,EN"D , - 1 .' ' ' - of Ihe pilasters Of tee new reservoir. the maximum current. He, considers (4. rim ac'nud C. rt. WEnotiNG11,1341;vingiontly. and Card.Calies, Pocket-bookil and Cut- . . , . , . . , t . , . 4'1, t I - ' 'John Hauser aua Cattl. Haus. . -.......--- himself now fully justified in establish. , , fieS-1w-leill-W,11'331-1y1 li ' lery, Albums, Stereoscopes and Views, , E'S - ILE 1 " '-' THE, -PEOPIA - DOLR t - -. ..,.- I ',,',,, , ,. W. Nathan and Haunah Herman. . TIIE FINANCE COMMITTEE. ' . log an improvement of the system for ,e, 1 , - - ' Chas- A. Latimer and 31. C. Schroer. ' - Croquet, . Children's Books 'and. ,Ganieh,, - ---- the purpose of ilivestigating these cur- , LEGAL. , To any, address evory- week, for I,' , , 4 t l-1 ,:,,,' ' '''Joien Killeen(' Barbara Believer. Solicitor throng bolls that -Pour milla reek), and his propositions, having been re---- - ' Clump. . Mottoes IlluminitiOns Su n - - ,,,,, ''' ' 1 ' .'-' - ', ' Nicholas Bolinger and Anna Douai. Au, Go onthe Duplicate. - -Per s urged strongly upon the attention of the - , ,IN OtA004 ' ' 1 ' three months, on tria1,.' on re. t oe - ,- day-school Musio.books,,at S'rEVENS' , . ,,,, ,, ,,,, ,.. t ,, J --' - Chris. Lob and Christine Back. ' The Committee 'on' Finance' met yester- Indian Government, have been favorably lk-rOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE,S-That tne . epipb mt. ority.oly 8.411.0 ti.,p.,,,.; '.'' ';'. ;'tc ,''r! ' ,- 1! It !' , - , ,1- ---------- received by it. , , II subscriber has been duly appointed and Booa-store, 89 West Fourth street (next , , ,, ., , ., , , . . . . :- , the People's Ledger"- nun old estabitshtsi I --. . ',:i ,l.'' . ' -' , . - -, She liijured Firemen., . day afternoon, with six members pres- . gualitted as administrator on the estate of to ssa!ianps). , , . tij 1 , ki , . . , ; t an re tab e weekly papev, peeps oil, every ,, , . , Frank Roach& late of natal:ton couaty, Ohio, .. . my15-50t-F,Ni&W !: , ' ' tlitirtlay, atut is very pophiar throughout the- , . ' .. " t ' ' - :. - :The physicians at the Good Samaritan eat; Mr. Wells presided. . . - i Petroleum V. Nasby, (D. R. Letek,) deceased. , -, ' - - i N. Fe end Mid ile educe.. Aintree& e. , - , .. ; ' ' ' ' II it 1 who have attended upon Me- Auditor Hoffman stated that the first who was on a visit here a couple of Dated Cinannati, January 13,180. ,..1 :1 ,,, , osp a . , ... ., i li . ' ''. -;armlet, the fireman who was supposed thing in erder was au ordinance drawn -iittr . weeks ago, hae arrived in Toledo, and ' '3 08 ' A. 0SWALDT. . PERFUMERY. ' ' ' '' ' ': 'REBMANN K. CIIIITli,'.f5thindier; ,,,,t..,., , ,.,. , - , Ili by him to levy a tax on the grand du- writes 'back to a friend in this city: tilGAL-Adolph Berden vs- Andy Scanlin. ,,ge ' e ' -ge 1 ie-e '.,' ;''' Bostou,-Ittass. i ; - - . : : , t. , , . , . ' , " -- , , 10 be fatally injured on Tuesday, this p icate, and to repeal au ordinauce, so Give ray kindest regarde to General Before Ir. H. Rowekam a Justice of the P-' - :--: -Vtli , . .---- . . Ilorniug give it as their opinion toot be entitled. passed Juty 2d, 1876. A -, Cosy, and ull with whom I crushed cage of Cincinnati townsi, Hamilton ceun. : .,,,, . - , SUBSCRIBE t SUBSCRIBE! I .. -----; Sill renover. He is resting quietly and The sewerage levy was, on motion, or- gearte during my stay. The Lord made ty, Ohio. On' the eth day o Juue, 1875, said ' . Tit feRtteSti - ' '' . ' 2,----FOR:THEeggeg- '' e ' e t . ' -,- ' assed tbe most critical period of hie dered to be stricken from the ordinance. ban Francisco last, alter be had tie- Justice issued an order 2f attachment in the . -tonaltion with safety, audit is believed i.;:::: .:,;',,,t.t., .,,?:1 ,,',.,'''::1:1'::;:,":,1':-.,' IhPsec,Tehlve8 c$ . Mr. Strong was. called on to give ,his nuired experience in the 'busittess. I lit J Tyve2411;15,tt)art atekl."11." br'' "1114 , it: ;', a il !' -Fat .Contributor s ,Payert t . ,' ut of danger. opinion as to the special levy, oy ordi- loug to get back to a country where iyestp - . , -- tDotril DEADEN. i , ' 'Ot . . '.- ir 441,13 ''..3.. .A LNOW:iStille.tiMe tO subscribe for the,d ., I I ,, !. . : ' frora Chief Megrue this pence, of four mills tor the Southern Rail- Your underibirt demi not seick to your , , . a very encouraging nature, road. - . - .... -- . - skin, and where a man . weighing 235 QTATE OF 0H10, HAMILTON CO0NT.y. , " e '. e., ., e,,.; e , x ect - , tad we may confidently e p to see 1 '''' - '-, - - The Solicitor stated that it was legal Pounds oan breathe. I long for the clear Y Courted Common Pleas. No. 46,059. Julia ' onn hL Newcomb, her bus Newcomb and J - g. , '1 CINCINNATI SATURDAY NIGHT! , ' - , , , ,. om on' the streets within two or three and right to make the levy separately, 6111,6, the flowers, the pure eir, the band, plaintiffs, against Francis Schad, Adolph ; , ieiTiti ,,,e , . . , - - e ge - weeks. or by separate ordinanoe, which would shrimps, the whisky at t wo drinks to Schoenbein and Philip Kling. defendants. Toe . FAPECONTRIBTICOR,"11111T'or'r 7': . . ' '' - , ' . . - ,. , . , All the others who were Injured are not affect the ordinance for sixteen the quarter, and the other comforts of defendant, Francis Schad, whose place of rest- ,, - ù estiedi..,,,,,te , - , tieing well. , ' mille. That if the Auditor iefueed to' life. I hunger and thirst lor all that I (emcee(' Lonieville, Jefferson county, State of e,g4 le g, ..-- . - 'Al ri.1:-.3-1 .7.. ' e .1 ' , , , ' ' : ,:'-' ' ' ,-'-'-'-" . place it on the duplicate, he would pre. left behind me, and it will go hard with, leentucky, wet take nottco.tilat.011 mullet? dee e: ', e g ,,, . ,, ThcBcstLiterary and trurapronslamilt ;our. - - - , ,' - ' it- -, : '--- '4, - ' Base-Bait. ' ceed against him by mandamue to com- me if I do not gatisty myself therewith. of April, A. D. lele, the plaintifis filed Una pe- , - -- - - titiou in the above entitled cause; the object . ual Published la awerica.- - - e e ' KEW pfxFam4 dentate, moot. asd lasting, , 4 - . , . , , ' 1 , - ' t - ' '', . The laidlows, as mentioned yesterday, pel him; and if tile higher Courts de- I have created quite a california fever and prayer of which is that the coart shall de- AN.' Ills article demsnded for every lad 'a SU y ESCRIPTION ' ; ' SI ' ' ..-.... ....... .:;.. ., 3 year. cided ageinst them, they would have to ever since my return-e-the people were Mare a certain lease exeeuted ItAltt delivered to . - - ' ' -t" ' ' started out on their tour and Ili the at ,. ,, , -', '', -,,'' - .- ' ' apply to the Legislature for further au- Pleased with my account of the climate, said Bond by the plalutdra "and signed and old gentleman tenet. " . . -Postav raid by the I'Mtlislier, -, - ''., - , , 1 --, .', , erneton played a game with the Utlions 1 thority to make that levy. - . , etc., but when I told them Of drinks at a sealed by said Schad, on the'14th ffay of March, Yet Sale by ell Brogglists and Panty Norm . , ,, . , - - . , . , ., , ' ,' s ' Aa.id. Saila for the term oi three years, from -t - . - , ' J. S. EURDSAL & CO, .. - loch suip.o.ther fraln'and finer this dote wili" - ' --" , ' - .'-''' - - )f Urbana. , The game was hotly eon- A motion was carried by which the bit,' they Immediately commenced pack- H.-Itnee whereby the plaintiffs devoted to - , , , . It iii wise in the people of Califor- a , , , --1,g, , - . sted, the score being six to six, and t Street-cleaning Departtneut was given WS- ' . . duty I, le74, the fotiewing described premises: Ilaanfaelneins Chemists, Cincinnati, O. , reeelre ne a el ee mere iticenteiteraving, lex-24 .' ' - - nia tO keep the necessariecot life down - , , , , ,, ' le e ' he ninth inning half played. Oa ao- -78 et a 0 ill - That certain (mot of groluol with improvements , . - - - - : , ies..,,,,ma,.,,,., ...Ivy 110:1; 14.1.)cc.chrs4,4, oil yaintiug. 0 t,'-' ," -, ' '.. 4 .,, : ' unt of.the darkness the Ludic:we re- rh e levy was gxed as follows and the P sc'reaactaala a Prlue'n-z ' situated in the village of Westwood. Hamilton ' " .." .tICANItiCk. 4:1,:itt.31 , ., ,,, ,,,' , . ,, , , , , ,p,', ''' 7:',, ,'''' ,, . m I , . ,, ordinance approved; - . - - , - , tweet vo p ay. , 1 - ---11-' - . - - connty, Ohio, anowq ps "Captain Newcomb's .,, -,,-.. i.e. -,,-; '-, .1 According to a dispatch from Col. John - , . - 31111s. At the Central Market- yesterday, a -- , Forg eneral city purposes 4.40 mem, . i "OW' iyin and being on the rlittOtrý Ala do , - FANCY GOODS. - T ' ''-l' , 41 ''AcIE STUDY 's - . , . - - h - I . D:1 f t e read 1 ire Ire let ler- '''''''Y'''''''''''''-":.:-'.w."."-'.,-----'-'-' S. . . ''-'' I. .-, n. ..-, t, . t , ,- . , 8 ::, .?!:.: ': - - .,.. . , , . ' :: - ' ' Joyce, the following men have been r rreaemption Park Board :02 long-haired man mounted a box and com- 'Ton :7,68' -- sei tiz ummifi,. Abu - tat int .,. . ;,' . .! B, ii.srgiriss,!, RT:, - ,.! .-..., ,, , ! p i ;roil al fnrost filen& and 1, , - . mired for the .new Cincinnati Nine: ed: - "lily lenge, who bath red: - i or salmon of Police Departmeht ..... ... 2,01 --- Qt the Harrison pike, aud containing three -", e. 65 and 57 E. FittitS;,. ' ni l',! 1,-,,,i,--,,tlitna.; ;1 heath- a tree makis e . -,... ' - - - ,s ee, reed, of Reading; Fields, of Centenun For interest (In city debt . sme noes of eyes? The drunkard. - Who acres of grown', niore or less; to have ceased ge. A. Alar.uf4. t,..r. rt a . , t- ' ' . .. -- .,...,,!4-4- g!ri leauing over -' - -- ', ' --! - ' le, Plelladelphia; Alherttion, of Camden ; I For Superior Court... t. . . . '... .... .10 bath woe?. The druakard. Heaven and determiuni, and to have become null sett ee..,,r eigoat riagt f, csis.iiiii,t , -- ,...; ...,. .4 ..., ..3, ., ... ",,; i,4 on buy , , , - , ' '' ' 7'' ' - ' d iff t P h 1 e i III 2 , , 1 I.' 'reimport', f rile 6.,,earialooi,: 1 6 send us pure (told Water- There is noth. veld by reason of violationof covenants thetein eeeep lugger, n n 1 te. 1 1-- ,o, .;,. - . 1.,,t; ,,,..0 ete. --i..1;th, ,,; nod wil , g. , e , - g ,, e , - a 0 1 e, 0 i a .e p a; ne eat, o ' '' ., " ' biladelpela; Dorcber, ce Waehingten-- t Igoe ligtiting the,city nil au ottort of. Wrerli,-liouso 1.20 ing like w---.1p egt that mom,ant a boy containe 1, tor teee damaged for such nolgtiou, for restitution of possession of said preffilses, :Ilse oi k ot I, Of 1..oe r ' ' " '. , ., , . 1. , . , , ' , J . . , b . ' 03 !. will beset' ,,,, , . tire tViiken.. h .4..1 . , .. - .1 n ,..4.,,. A Vb. r vr,,14,40 I, to 060.11 ' ', ' .1 'I- ' ' ' sl:he Ludlow Juniors of Ludlow, Ky.. 1 , : e i ' -' dd the Red Star Club', of this city, play Vur, ;ialtirikap7r;,,,s". ,1,1,45'1' match game On the LailioW gruunds got street-Weaning ; r." .',. : '' 4ellay,. - - . - .' - ' i' "-, ' -, T e Growlers' B. B. C., of the Nine ;,' tt '' ' ' - a ward. Deportment ! Fkir ralotaiption ot city debt - wut maize soa;gat,'. 10,,r lag, inartpurpuses , .20 who was throwing water from a garden e-16 hose used around there aociden 11 .20 48 aod fel all other u tn i r er sod different proper are selling at exietednutY low ruzve d ii, - , i,: , :t ', e ,0, 4 440 ., ,t..) d',.. ' Alta t ' . 1 tagY relief. Said Setae will take-notice that unica mg done at short notice; and sit reh4,.,.u. ' '''' ' ' .". ' ' ' ''''''' g" '.4 ' , NI . ... , , , , - , turned the stream againeethe stranger's he auswers or demurs to said petition on or be- prices. . , - F - ' , ' ' - ' ' l -- I i ss back, and he jumped down and said it fore the Dith day of September next, tho idle leoroluniliel purimoes ..... ......4 .46 wall case of assault, and ran after a war. stations contained la said petition will betaken oto rant. He said that no human being list-mot oadJudisineolrepdcred accordingte. , , ..---, , . , . ,, , - - - - kg --- ,":1,-P., sEt.--1,T3WOLD-- , - 1 Ifyou want anything ad . ' ' - .,..- r -""'''' - . - 1- -, , - .- 1- .-, - 4' :- - 'oiling at 8 P. M at thar hea3quarteris, Fur A'?"''"' KiluxBurrmel - -15 could throw cold water over him without -. ; , - - ' Jortig st. NawcoliB. - - '.. ' ' .,- ,,,- ..... .1. ' et '' " ' ,"-, ' ' ;',1' .i. .' ' , ' p - - JuLit hL NEWCOMB ,, , , , .., . .., . , e , , , , .:. , . - rt'Elf -!tl,,ft vra S.vitti.:4.'tVNI,Inzo t, ' , '4 ? , -,---- .," bud augzal streets. , - ... ' The-committee then approved the or being made W elder IOr th , ' , . t ,' calm a moues attorneys. jy11-41t,t Torus() In tact,vauy otax. --- tel -; ,, ..r. o; Boa J.43. . Clucianati h ' . e 4' ti ' ..1) 1"'''' - ' ' ' '- 1 ,, . ' - ',' , . - , ,: , COL.-CHARLES 'W.. WOOLLEY, has re , turned from Saratoga. , ',7'; , THE total inches of rain tbat fell dur. ;, ing the inonth of June amount to 4.83, 0 and during July, up to date, 5.78. , - ' GOVERNOR WILLIAM IS in the city stop , ping at the Gibson House, and will take " the train , to-day fot his home at Chilli . , eethe. -., IRE Committee on Space of the corn . ingExpoeition will, this afternoon at 4 D'o.ock, assign the space asked for by those who Dave sent in their applica , tione. : Trift Committee on Elections of the Board r Aldermen in the contest be .; tween Colouel A. E. Jones and W. W. ' .; button, of the First ward, Iasi night de. " tiered the latter entitled to the seat. , , -1HE Atlantic and Great Western Rail ' road Company are now selling first-claeg ' ' tickets to Nifw York at the low rate of , 113 anti are only charging $11 tor round , trip tickets to Lake Chautauqua and - - return. , - ,.,, FARRELL. a foreman in the " Street Cleantie, Department, whlie , working in ono. of the sewers of the Twenty-first ward, slipped on the mud dy pavement yesterday, and suffered a - broken leg. . , . 1HE Trustees of the several townships - even; notified by the Clerk of the Board , ot Directors of the Hamilton County In - firtuary to meet at tee Infirmary on ' -.Tuesday, August 30, for the purpose of , , , , making the se:Di-annual settlement& SrueuEs DEUICHLER, a steamboat - Man, visited bis wile yesterday, who wail staying with bine. Louisa Lehner, at - Main street. On his departure Mrs. ' LobniTr found herself short forty.three , collars. Deutchler was teamed to the river, and it was ascertained that he , had left for Louisville. A dispatch was - seut to tho Chief of Police at that city , to arrest the matt on his arrival. - , - A FLAN is being devised by the foal ., cultural Committee to secure for the - ' veiling Exposition one of the most beau ', Wel etsplays ot cut fliivers and floral - work possible. The plan is that all ho. . Selo aud individuals, so inclined, will be Invited to subecribo liberally for the , ,, purpose of offering suitable premiums. , l'he largest single subscription will rep. '' resent the largeet premium, and wiil be , named after the betel offering it. Atter the awarding of premiums the flowers , Will be distributed among the subscrib er& JOHN MADDEN, watchman hf the Lower Market, at ball' poet one o'clock - lest night discovered a colored man ' eending overJohn Knight, a well dressed man, who, after a drunkeu bpree, had - (alien asleep on the pavement in trout of , lhe Broadway house, on second street ' ' Ind Broadway. The negro rail up tbe elley followed by Charles Waterstein , Franchilielbrook, two companions et Madden, but escaped. Belot was '' takeu to the Hammonti-street Station. louse, where a valuable gold watch, a , - itiantity ot smith coin aud $137 la bank ellis were found upon his person. , 'A CHARLES DUNHAM, twenty.one years old, aud a book-keeper in the employ of '; ()hinny it Co., No. Vine street, . , Sas a few days ago arrested and takeu 4 ' , )(afore 'Squire Johnson on the charge of enhezzlement. Tile amount of the uefal. ' tinfoil is between $1,500 and $2,0t10, taken - luring about eighteen months, in tiltLIII8 ' ' from $3 to $20. Lie confessed the crime ' ' in being accused of it, and promised to , - sistore lull 'Amount. Veen brought white tlis magistrate, however, he re-- ,,- Tatited his statements and Mr. Glenuy letermined to prosecute him. Deneain - vas yesterday afternouu committed to , tre couuty jail, but released last evealint -" '.111 bill, deposited by his father. OFFICER EFFINO last night lodged , lenry Bouert,s; u 1 Newport, in the Bre. ' nen-etreet Statiou-bou.se on the charge gi petit larceny. lie WW1 found ou Bank - Central aveuue under, suspicious tircuinstances. On the way to tile Sin .: ne attempted to draw semi '. , Wag from his coat pocket, aud to de - molt it on oue of the benches ,in Elder ., . itreet Market-house, but was hindered , iy the officer. Being searched - -it Bremen street, a silver eugar bowi, , , wilted J. 1V. Chase, one dozen silver ' ' ' peon& four (silver spoons marked R. - Itrickle, one Over spoou marked S. F., ,ne spoon unmarked, one pated spoon, ohs eilver mustard spoon, and one sit , ler butter kulle, vvere found in his pus mission. Mrs. Chase, in the Police Court ' ins moruing, identified a portion of Lee property, and Itotierts wine aceordingly ' ' , lent to the Work-house for thirty days lined $150. , - ' Marriage Moonses. The following marriage licenses were - since our last report: Bernard Fluck aud Frances Novas. , , Bernard Miehael audliAte Handed. ' 'John Hauser suit Cate. Haus. W. Nathan and Haunah Herman. . Chas. A. Latimer and M. C. Schroer. ' "'John Killian(' Barbara Soberer. ' ' Nicholas Bolinger and Anna 'Muse. ' Chris. Lob and Christine Back. ". ' - likinted Firemen. :The physicians at the Good Samaritan Elospital who have attelided upon Mc , , ' ' ;armlet, the fireman who was supposed - lo be fatally injured on Tuesday, this corning give it as their opinion that he , reeover. He is resting quietly and pas passed tbe most critical period of hie " with, safety, audit is believed sill soon be out of danger. , The 'news frora Chief Megrue this - corning is of a very encouraging nature, , ''' Ind we may coufidently expect to see ' Iim on' the streets within two or three - weeks. ,; , . the others who were injured are lilting well. as - ' Base-Bait. . The Ludlow., as mentioned yesterday, fluted out on their tour, and Iii the at lernoon played a game with the Ili ions Mt Urbana. The game was hotly coif F, sted, the scam hoing six to six, and he ninth Inning half played. Oa sc ant -cf the darkness the Ludows re used to play. i According to a dispatch from Col. John io Joyce, the following men have been cured for the new Cincinnati Nine: reed, of Reading; Fields, of Cen tenni pis, Fhiladelphat; Alberts.an, of Camden; ...... ,,,....,. , . 7ocording to a dispatch from Col. Rohn .?.. Joyce, the following men have been inured for the new Cincinnati Nine:. freed, of Reading; Fields, of Cen tenni. 'la, Philadelphia; Al bert S011, of Camden; tadcliffe, of Philadelphia; znyilor, GI Ailladelphia; Dorcber, o; Wit fi h i n gtnn, ,'.:he Ludlow Juniors, of Ludlow, Ky.. fld tits 'Led Star Club, of this city, play 1 2atioh sane On the LildioW grounds , .tfqe Growlers' B. B. C.. of the Nine. silit ward, will organise to.night. 4stIng &SSP. M., at their headquarters 0 Idsli aild Mid streets. . ... . . THE WATER-WORKS BOARD. Noport of the Ciiimonie CommitteW Tho Water-works Trustees met 'rester , day afternoon, with all the members present. , , Mr. James McCarty was appointed tO tbe position In the Platting Department, lately lilted by James Dunn resigned. The Secretary reported 'a balance In City Treasury of $9,630 64. The Citizens'rommittee, on the inves tigation of the Water-works. preseuted tbeir report, from which we give the fol lowing extract: "Many matters of a serious charge, and now under examination by the Council Committee and the Court, attraoted our notice, but having- no authority or de sire to prosecute investigation into mat ters outside of the figures, we refrain from any expression of opinion in regard to them, but beg to suggest that the pre vention of ail irregularities is In the hands or the Superintendent and the Board of Trustees. While the Secrete ry and Collectors perform the general work of the departmeut, they are mere ly subordinates ot the Board, and it is to the Board and the Superin tendent that the community looks tor the sound, economical and, honest management el the department. If the efficeia and employes are compelled to a strict compliance with the law referring to the collection and payment into the Treasury of all funds,. no defalcation or irregularity is possible; they are the ex pected results of carelessness and inat tention on the part of the supervising heads. ' "There is no complete or fixed method of keeping a stock account. The pencil memorandums of the Superinteudent, in his own private book, constitute the rec ord lof many transactions, the only in ventory of varied and valuable property, ' and it seems to us quite possible, ae well as probable, that union speculation and thieving may occur, and be reckoned as wastage." The,Committee also presented the re port of Mr. D. G. A. Davenport, from whieh we give the following: "There were eight.collectors, each hav ing charge of a separate distriot, who during the year collected and deposited as follows, viz: , "CollectedNo. 1, $73,935 20; No. 2, $83,533; No. 3, $45,443 83i N o. 4, $48,6e9 60; No. 5, $68,801 88; No. 0, $611873 95; No.70 $20,681 70; Ne. 8, $11,888 68. Total, $414,- 760 84. , "DepositedNo. 1, $60,183 45; No. 2, $81,618 15; No. 3, $45,155 93; No. 4, $45,- 014. 20; No. 5, $64,062 45; No. 6, $58,82115; No. 7, $20,138170; No. 8, $11,12583. Total, $38S,4112 86. , "RetainedNo. I, $13,751 75; No. 2, $1,914 65; No. 8, $289 90; No. 4, 0,605 40; No, 5, $3,819 43; No. 6, 0,052 80; No. 7 ; No. 8, $702 85. Total, $26,286 98. "For the year 1873, the books show that ' suin atuountiug to $4,724 52 was depos ited too late to appear in the earnings of that year, and consequently is tiliOWII as a part of the earnings of 1874. This want of promptness seem to have in creased during the year of 1874, so that, at its close, the collectors were behind inind. as already stated, tope atnouut of $26,286 98. ellad the collectors complied strictly with the by-laws the receipts woulu have been: For 1873 $426,937 54 k'or 11.'14 isc,i17 es Making an increase of 56,280 08 "The recteipts by the Secretary were aS follows, Viz: ' Hydrant service, water rents, Ite-, in cluding balance of 504'28 from the preceding year $44,453 9'1 Prom notes discounted 64,b21 00 ------ - Total $95,211, 97 "Of which be deposited in the City Treasury: Proceeds of notes 95444 00 Oilaccount of otherrecelpts 64,286 60$69,110 69 Leaving balance in his hands 28 "Of this balance ne needed, perhaps, tor the proper management ol affairs, about $6,a). Ile, therefcre, retained In his posseesiou some $5,500 which should have been deposited with the City 'It eas urer." In the matter of disbursements: "The duplicate pay-rolls, which are receipted by the employes, are not in good shape. They do not always agree in atnount whit the origival rolls verified py the af fidavit ol the Superintendent, and tiled with Allis Auditor. I learned, however, that the Auditor's warraute were drawn tor the aniouut of the sworn pay-tolls, and tee men were paid accoruing to them. Preperatory to payment, au en-. velinie is prepared for eaua man, on e idea is written Ms name aud number, and the emount due him, as shown by the sworn roll. When a maa is paid, he Ogee the duplicate roll and rat:elves his envelope. On some of the pay-rolis a large number ot signatures appear to be written by the same person. in one lu stance 1 found a pay-roll with quite a nutnber of signatures, opposite to which neither the time, the rate of pay, nor the amount duo had been entered." Mr- Davenport does not tied any fraud ulent entries, aside from the irregulari ties already mentioned, - , The report,. ou teotion, was ordered to be spread on the minutes. The report of the Citizens' Committee waa ordered to be sent to the investi gating Contmittee of Council. . , Mr- Hilt) waii authorized to employ an Engineer to make a new meaeurement of the pilasters Of tee new reservoir. . MOE FINANCE COMMITTEE.: Solicitor throng hays that Pour Atitto Atte Go ottthe Duplicate, The Committee .olt Finance' met yester day afternoon, with six members pres ent; Mr. Wells presided. , Auditor Hoffman stated that the first thing in prder was au ordinance drawn '1 up by him to levy a tax on the grand du plicate, and to repeal au ordinauee, so entitled, passed Juiy 2d, 1875. 1 The sewerage levy was, on motion, or dered to be stricken from the ordinance. Mr. Strong was. called on to give ,his opinion as to the special levy, oy ordi nance, of four mills tor the Southern Rail road. ...... . The Solicitor stated- that it was legal and right' to make the levy separately, or by seem:ate ordinanee, which would not affect the ordinance for sixteen mills. That if the Auditor iefused to' place it on the duplicate, he would pro ceed against him by mandamu to com pel him; and if the higher Courts de cided ageinst them, they would have to apply to the Legislature tor further au thority to make that levy. A motion was carried by which the Street-cleaning Departtneut was given .78 ot a mill. The levy was fixed as follows and the ortlinanea approved; - , ::orre,temption Park Board ' . a't.' .. --- - :' - -' '' ' '''''',' . um& .02 ioorr:rtionrant toittl,plorposes 4.40 For its lertst eln ett' triegoPartmeht ...... 2.06 I For euporior Court''.... ' ' . Lrn ... ...... ...., . t',r stivuorc(f Fire D.e.p.S 1.60 I to, figutiag thopity 1.20 Fut support of Worli-liouso 11 .20 V3r salivary .euritos,.!a - .Y6 Yot park purposos ' -.20 rot stre,,,,. weaning Department 48 e',Ir rellotaiptioo OE city debt 1 00 Ft.e-tiustilial purposes , , ... , .. .... el , .46 P.& laii.luartpurposes .40 Foe itotbse of Refuge purposes . .. .16 , - lhetommitteei then approved the or. I Thn VirrtialWArkil TrIIRLAAN met 'nate'. LUUtillUtig; Olh,VOZ1 110111 tald N-75,,A0... lit 11AUto, 1.411611 lio UAW tty uutiv.Latno lootnt 1 -117. zquit rjk II-, Lpresent. harm. of the Fifth Unto v olunteera !motion Ufa not toliow me same taw. '' ' " . dinance to levy four mills for interest on the Southern railway bonds. They also approved the following orr dinances: 812,032, from the General Fund, for Infirmary purposes; $100, from Bounty Fund, in favor of Fred. Sander bann, of the Fifth Ohio Volunteers; $549 21, from General Fund, for Street oleaning Department. Th'e ordinance to pay $1,100 to the Oln. cinnati Park Association tor the bridge at Eighth street and Milloreek was re f9rred to the speolal committee having the matter in hand, The claim of R. C. Phillips for $3,000 royalty on block pavement was laid over for a week. r An Important Discovery. Solicitor Strong yesterday discovered that an old judgment of 02,000 Itgainst the Q. & 1,..railroad, which was ren dered in favor ot the city in 1871, had never been collected. The Solicitor, this morning, informed a STAR reporter that he would imnetediately proceed to collect the amotint, by whatever means the cir cumstances may require. ! - . " , ' , ! Court Cuttings. E. C. Kellogg was convicted of grand , larceny In, the Criminal Court yester day, in stealing t281) from one Atsalom beuton, and sentenced to four years im prisonment in the Penitentiary. ' A motion for a new trial in the Frank Wihler case has , been made on the ground that one of the Jurors, William Fenton, was a talesman within the year last past. It will be decided by Judge Cox next Wednesday morning. , In the applleation of Wm, Sala against C. H. Lucker. for a receiver, the Court appointed Ferdinand Springer. , A verdict of fla, the amount elaimed, was found for Lawrence Eichering, in 1 his case against Fred. Strahle. The money was sought to be recovered for. labor performed by plaintiff in defend ant's vineyard. A suit , on al note given twenty years ago was brought by C. Kemb!e against 1 Jacob Vogel, before Judge Avery, and the Jury lound a verdict for the plaintilI1 for $300. , , The Bates' will ease has closed, after six weeks' duration. The jury wert51 charged last evening. The result of their: deliberations will 'probably be re,', turned to-day. , , The Will bf Francis Joseph Meyer was ! admitted to probate. ; , ! , , John -M.. Boyer, of this city, filed idol petition in voluntary bankruptcy in the United Statea District Court, yesterday. His assets, consisting ob blacksmith tools and household -goods, amount in value to about $250, all of which he claims to be exempt. His liabilities 1 amount to about $1,000. - ..14soidessts. Corresoondenceof the Stan , ' LI the receptioa roomat the Ohio Re form Farm School for Boys the phases of our common humanity, in their varied aspects, are often seen to advantage. A farmer who took a smell boy on Judea tura brought him back on account of a serious physical infirmity. He liked the lad and would gladly keep him but for this infirmity., With evident emotion, kind words, and the gift of ten dollara for the boy, he parted with hint in tears., Oa the table is a letter from a father to Mr. Howe, in which he has the inhuman ity and hardihood to say of his unfortu nate son at the institution, "I 'don't want Itimv put him out to a farmer; I can't manage him; he has. more mule than brains.!' , genteel young man visits the school seeking a long-lost brother. Eleven years of separation rendered reeowni ;On impossible. In a few momentsthe ties of brotherhood bound these youthful hearts together. , The elder brother gave clear evIdence of doing! well for himself,. and of undoubted respectability.: Turn 'nth to the record of admission, we found thut these children were left worse thfin orphans. The father had died in a poor house. and the mother had abandoned ber children and was in a brothel, fallen and an outcast. Due of her unfortunate children, superior to the crushing weight that held hint down,by the Divlue bless ing and his own tfforts has developed the true man; and the other, as the ward of the Commonwealth, strengthened by the example and toe sympathy of his brother, true to his opportunity of pre pariug for a good, useful life, has a bright prospect be:ore him. , B. W. C. tit:ILI' 22, 1675. ......- - . Earth Currents la Telegroph Lines. A Mr. Schwendler, who, in the year 'MS was entrusted witn the introdue tion of a new system of.teating telegraph lines in India, took that opportunity to do bis work so thoroughly as to secure all the data necessary for the quantita tive determination of the electro-motive force in the lined Over 10,000 d,otermi nations have been made during the past Fix years, and' be. deduces from these the oonclusion that all the linei in India are affected by natural, ourrente of electricity.- These ourreate are, as it were, negative gr copper currents, flowing trout the east.to me west.. The, strength of the natural current ia very variable but far 111018 conetant than the strength'. The variations in strength and direction' on parallel lines at telegraph are very unitom.' The prevailing direction of the current' is generally also the direction of the maximum current. ne, considers himself now fully justified in establish ing an improvement of the eystem for the purpose of hpmitigating these cur rente, and his propositions, having been urged strongly upon the attention of the , Indian Oovernment, have been favorably , I received by it. ' . . -..... . . i Petroleum V. Nasby, (D. R. Loek,) , who was, on a visit here a couple of weeks ago, has arrived in Toledo, and writes 'back to a friend in this city: "Give. ray kindest regardi to General Cosy, and ell with whom I crushed quarta during iny stay. Tile Lord made San Francisco last, after be had ac quired experience in the 'business. I long to get back to a country where your underibirt Mimi not stick to your skin,- and where a man . weighing 285 pounds oan breathe. I long for the clear skies, the flowers, the pure air, the shrimps, the whisky at t wo drinks to the quarter, and the other comforts of life. I hunger and thirst ler ail that I left behind me, and it will go hard with me If I do not satisfy mysdait therewith. I have created quite a California fever ever since my return---the people were pleased with my account of the climate, etc., but when I told them Of drinks at a. bit,' they iminediately commenced pack ing. ' It is wise in the people of Califor nia to keep the necessarleivoi, life down p so rewnable a prioePMx. ' ., , 7 ,o,.. 00. At the Central Market- yesterday, a long-haired man mounted a box and com. meaced: - "lily ,friende, who bath red: nese of eyes The drunkard. - Who bath woe?. The druakard. Heaven send no pure old water. . There is meth lug like w---.IP At that moment a boy who was throwing water from a garden hose used around there, aocidentally turned the stream againet the stranger's back, and he jumped down and said it was case of assault, and ran after a war rant. He said that no human being could throw cold water over him Without being made tie suffer for it , . ,;' ,.,,. : ; ' The Form of Llektalag-rods.:,- t: linowingthateleetricity at rest always tends to diffuse itself on the surfitee, in fact, that it. always confines itself to the Burrito, it became, at 'an early pe riod, a question whether electricity in motion did not follow the same law. Pouilldt determined the question in a very ingenious manner. lie took a oy lindrloal wire of a certain size ,and nieasured the resietanee which it offered to a current of electricity. Be then rolled the wire out !tat -end -meRsure4 the resistanee again; It was found to be the same, although it is evident that the extent of the surfaoe of ' the concluotor was by this means greatly inereased. Other experimenters have ffetermined the question by - different methods, but always with the same result. The Com mittee of the. Frenoh Academy, which Inciaded Becquerel, De la Rive, Pouillet and otherti,- adopted a solid square bar as the best form for lightnitig-rods; and Sir 'William Snow Harris; thotigji often quoted as favoring rods which Present a large surface, says: "Provided the quantity of metal be present, the form , under which we place it is evidently , of no consequence to its conduóting pow ers, since it would be absurd tò suppose ' that a 'mass of metal, under any form, did not- conduct electricity in all Its partielea; indeed, we know it does so." Prof. John Plun, in Popular Bcience Monthly for, August. , Ono of the greatest curiosities in Japan to the stranger is the wonderful variety of coins that are ,used, daily. In some instances it takes 1,000 pieces to make one dollar. These are called , "cash," and are seldom received by foreigners, who, as a general rule, refuse .to take , them in, change.', Imagine ; mak. ing a trade of rive cents and giving a man a fifty-cent piece, then receiving In change 450 of these (nippers. , This coin is peculiarly made, having a square hole in the center. They are about the sizo of our dime,pleces, and nearly two thirds the thickness. Next to this comes the quarter of a cent, then the; half.;cent, eight-tenths of a cent and the oue and two-cent pieces.. In silver ',coins they have the five, ten, twenty, fifty-cent and one dollar pieees. In gold the one, two, eve, ten sad twentr dollars, which are very pretty ooinages indeed. Next to thii Comes the gevernmeirt series of pa per money, in various. denominations, ranging from five cents. to NO. dollars. This money. is made on. quite inferior paper to ours, and from general appear ance. will not last like the Amerioan money. , - The Weekly Mae. , This 'week's WEEKLY STAR 18 now ready, and can be obtained at our coun ter in wrappers, ready for Mailing, at 4 cents per copy. It contains the latest news by telegraph, a full summary of the current news of the, past week, full phr ticulare of the disaetroas fire in this city of Monday night, together with a large a amount of interesting city news. Its leading editorials on nilk. Raising, Post ponemeet of the Centennial,. Physical Culture, Grangers and British.Co-operathree, Newspapers as Text Books, Death of Lady Franklin, sec., together with a large amount of newsy. spicy editorial para,graphS, will be read with interest. Also, interesting correspondence from 'different parts oc the country, several short stories, 110140119 Inteiligence,Odds and Ends, Humorous Gesell), Personals, Poetry, ' ohoice Literary, Agricultural, Art and Scieutide 'teeing, Historical and Biographical sketches, ego., together with a lull and complete liome anti For eign Market Report. - , , , MO NOTICES.' SILO- TO NEW YORK; VIA. The Atlantic Anti Great West ern Less than via other lines. To Late tAlautaugua and return, Eleven Dollars. W. B. BlIATTIle, j316.41 . General Passenger Agent. Gr. W. IIARMS, Manufacturer of Mattresses and rladdinc A ND DEALER IN WOVEN WIRE AND ,t1 ail tile New Style Spring Bed Bottoms. No. 18s W. Fifth sti, Cinelonati D. de23..lynd&W Cincinnati 'Type Toundry Co. C. WELLS, Treasurer, 201 VINE STREET. - ref. The type for this pttuer comes trent this Foundry. Hr.-Alfred White W 0 1TLD preqent his complimente to LADIES. and GENTLEMEN, DIMS be liapppto have them examine,the Granite Statues of "Hone" aod the Angel Gabriel," now being sculp tured at hia room No.' 257 West fink Street. deal -ly MISCELLANEOUS. I) ' r A. It 13; MANITItA MITRED Of , SaddleR, Harness, Collars, d1c4 No. 30 East Fifth St, ' de18-1y.F.BIDW 4 0. ' WORTH ITS WIPOBT If GOLD. DACOSTAPO RADzoLueutts for Dyspepsia ef fectually mires constipation, heartburn, water brash, low spirits, loss of appetite, assists di gestion, tones up the stomach, and as a Mar regulator has no equal. A few doses wilt re lieve, and a little perseverance permanently cure the worst case& J. D. PARR a SONS, Corner Fourth and Walnut, Dinclunnati, and C. WICHMING, Covington, Ky. LEGAL. ' Notice. ' IVIOTICE IS HEREBY GIVESThat tne .01 subscriber has been duly appointed and qualified as administrator on the estate of Frank Rusche, late of Hand:ton comity, Ohio, deceased. Dated Cinannati, January 8, liff5. jy18-ettr : . A. OSWALDT. baliGALAdolph Berden vs. Andy Scan lin. Before F. H. Nowekamp, a Justice of the mice of Cincinnati township, Hamilton coun ty, Ohio. On' the 5th day of June, 1875, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above case tor Ea 50. Cause sea for bearing July 24, 1815, at 9 &clock A. hi. 's " jy9-atkr - ' -- tnoLrn DEADEN. , TATE OF OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY, Court of Common Pleas. No. 45,058. Julia Newcomb and John hL Newcomb, her hus band, plaintiffs, against Francis Schad, Adolph Schoenbein and Philip Kling. defendants. Tile defendant, Francis Schad, whose piace of rehl denceria Loulaville, Jefferson county, State of Kentucky, will take notice that on the Ieth day of April, A. D.1815, the plaintiffs Iliad their pe tition in the above entitled cause; the object and prayer of which is that tho Gonrt shall de clare a certain lease executed Mid delivered to said Schad by the plaint:Zs, "and signed sad sealed by said Schad, on the 14th day of Man, A. D.-I814, whereby the plaintiffs devieed to said Selma for the term of three years, from July 1, BM, the following described premises: That certain opot of ground with improvements situated in the village of Westwood, Hamilton connty, Ohio, anowq ps "Captain Newcomb's lyin; and being on the south role of the road iga liar risen pike tò Cumiiiihilill a-bout 300 fat eliht ' Qt the Harrison pike, and containing thret acres of ground, ntore or less: to have ceased and determined, and to have become null sad void by reason of viola tion of covenants thetein : containe I, for a5:0 damages for such nolgt ion, for restitution rif possession of said preillses, aad Ica all other itirtner and different proper relief. Said Schad will takenorice that unie.m ba answers or &mum to said petition on or be fore the Ieth day of September next, tho idle Malone cenutined la said petition will betaken as true, and judgmenCreadered accordingly. . , JULIA hL NEWCOMB. sumo (matinee tu Data petition tom no TA keit o how, and judgwentreriered accordingth. , JUkit hL NEWCOM , N m. OAST KOsTON, Attorn,eys. jr48-êtt NXTE regret to learn that the impression has V V become general that. tho Atlantic and Great W Worn is at war with the Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio Railmads. This idea, doubt..gainaacurrencr LINA the tact Lha. tins line did not join tho list-named companies in advancing rates to New York last week, at which thne the Balthnore and Ohio and Penn sylvania Roads entered into a combination for a uniform tariff of pa.songer rates, to be dia . turbed onlý. by mutual consent. Our receipts have been so satisfactory for several mouths past, and the patronage of the traveling public so liberal, taut we will con qnue, until further notice, to soli tickets to lk ow York , . A. 9E4 A. LEssrtATE Than via any other Line, via: Special first-plass ticketti to New I ork .11113.00 Tickets good untd used, and good for , ' stop Over 14.00 Becond-class tickets to New, York 11.00 $3 Less than via.any.other Line. , To Lake ,i.hautisuqua and rettirti;: . 11.00 To Buffalo and return '" ' : 14.00 1.t,.r To Niagara Falls and return 15.00 , For reliable information and tickets at low est rates, please apply at the effIces of the - Thé At antic and Great Western Railroad, Nil 4 Burnett House,' IV5 Vine street' (Burnet House). Ticket Odic Grand Hotel, and at Depot. , , W; D. SHATTER), It General Passenger Agent. , RAILROADS. MESH AIR! FRESH AIR! RO! , FOR ',THE COUNTRY ! DURING THE SUMMER ;, , MISSISE1 IIIILWAY wILL RAJA SUNDAY EX-CURSION TRAIN tk IT 11 11, , Stopping at all way points, leavinv Cincinnati SAO A. M., ntrivinq at Aurora at 9:45 A. M. Returning wave Aurora 5 P. M., arriving at Cinctuntia8:15 P. M. , Tickets and information at Depot foot of Mill street. R. T. BRYDON, Gen'l Pass'r Ag't. C. W. PARIS. Ticket Agent. Jo12-10kStf ' PROFESSIONAL. ' litrontessaggis Physician's. lir' Ophthalmic and Aural Rooms. for diaeluies of the Eye and Ear. 223 West Fourth Dina. Surgeon in Charge WIL.SON, 31 1). 11.13.- 310-11,110W9 31. rb., )147 WErY1 SEVENT1.1 ST,, Cincinnati, O. - Office Hours-8,6).10 A. 21.; 2 to 4 P. 21.; Evening. , ap8-8mo W M ; NV N S, M - 8. W. Con Seventh and John Sta. Office HouraFrom 7 to V A. M.; 1 to 8 and eto8P.M. 11)r I-loward, 'DISEASES or wowing ! No.183 Jobe street, Cincinnati, O. office hours, 9 to , teb19-13, DB,. ,O. W. LOUNSBURY, Residence and Office, S. W. Cor. 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