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, . T . 4,1rElt VENTS L' I PEEL 'WEEK trAWITID bMISCELLANIlátla I - thlVitak111413:104'.1f?trot.HITylgif, klirliNTEW--1(011 TO 00 TO--,G. SCHILL, kW Carpet Weaver, 281 'Weab aL , liyae-ati , 4 ANTEDTO KNOWWhere rubber toy bulloons eau be bought by tile quantity. A 0as W. K., P. O. 'Box Hamilton. 011ie. fairit,ttl NITA NUMPARTNER-4i 'have about WOO V that I wish to invest In some safe and le. giUmate businees. Adtbeßli IL C., Look. box 915, City. ault-St , .11ETANTKD you TO KNOW That B. V V CAVAGNA A SON have a now lot of fine Havana Clgare. and a splendid line of flireqeries. JI96-tt WANTEDFLOUR MILLTo rent a flour mill in a good loeality, with good water power and good run of euetom. Address W. A. )IACHELOR. Hartwell. O. aullSt ' 1(TINTED MAN With ISO, to act as V V treasurer and take halt interest in a trav eling troupe. Address CHALENE WARNER, SIS Mound at., kolumbwi. , , , , aue-at - likyvANTEDYOU TO CALLAt KELLY'S New Photograph and Ferrotype Unitary, )9ti est Fifth street,.betweou Nina and PIU313, , Open ev,ery day. , aue-diu AAANTEDTO RENT OR PURCif ABE V A small MOUS10 in the city er suburbs. wat met pay over Sul per month; or will pur , phase en easy terms., Address b. W. C.. this pace. au9-5t WANTED YOUNQ MENWith talent, V to join au Amateur Minstrel Troupe, or ganiziug in this city; must play instruments. Address, stating business, RENARD, this au11413t - filLTANTEDTO CLOSE OUTA stock of V gret-elass Sewing Machines in order to getire Mon the businads. Will sell at FOOT for CAM. Cali for AtiENT,, S30 W ainut "greet, Arst poor. . le211-tt NATANTEDTO BUYStanding or side '. s ? V V wall show-case, from- 5 to 8 feetligh, d from 4 to Wiest long. Also, box counter, Ida or without drawer& Must be cheap. Ad ' O. B. T., this Dices gees ati10-tf s ANTED SITITATION By a married flATMa13, who is willing to work at anything; , Omni de jobbing, upholstering, and carpenter - pork ; good actountant and book-keeper; sal ry not so much an object ne permanent ems loyments Address S. h". B., Nix 180. Belles Leine, Logan Co., 9. In need. an6-1w ,.. AVAN. TADTO RENT OR BIlYA. coun , . try place, of le to 50 acres,Ivell located . nd convenient to railroad and church. House ! il outbuildIrigs must be in good order. Send particulars as to house, grounds. outbuild gs, fruits. neighborhood, Ito. Address, for ,., ' ' e week, J. kt. S., bock-box 0, Cincinnati, O. pu , EJ31141.Uwl ' ' , . T., , - r W Alf TED - .SITV ATION13. ......, ' WANTEDSITUATIONAs housekeeper In a Protestant family. Andress, tor three s ' 'lays; WIDOW, 145 Clark st. au11-8t ' - KATANTED . AltUATION A Arst-class , . r 11 V boot-maker le open to place of work in , ro country town. Address F. O. Box 580, hillloothe 0 i . adi 1 -8t , 'WANTEDSITUATIONBy a 'good, bons est boy, 18 years old, in doctor's oMceor Ao run errands; best reference giyem Call, Tor re week, at 140 Olay street. , aull-80 ..., ivy ANTEDSITUATIONIn a wholesale . . grocery and commission house, to learn , - She business. by a boy 11 years old. Address , s Mt, O. LAWS, Barnsville, O. aull-lit ANTEDKTUATIONAs experienced grocery elerk en penman in an office by a ming mau ; can furnish references. Address ' - W. D., Ediuburn, Ind. State salary. aull..at , ANTED , SITUATION As traveling I agent for some good, reliable house; seven - (years' experieuee on the road; large acquaint :pace. Add' elm P. O. Box 215, Muncie, Indians. - ' rt aull-ilt) . r1)(TANTEDSITITATIONAs a first-class r V V miller and stone-dresser in a merchant smill; good references. Call on or address I ',WILL IL ROCKWELL, Findlay, O. au11-3t . ilITANTEDSITUATIONBy a young and tilt, encrgelle man, of long exnerience with ,Iwo Arid-class wholesale houses of. this city, AMIN in oMee or outside. Reference the best. ' ilj.ddrees W., P. O. Box 1824. , au9-fit CTANTED SITUATION' By a boy 10 . V V years old, to learn the drug business; has . d Ave mouths' experience; speaks both Ger. . moan and Englistr; best of references. Address r 21; ROLL, Miamisburg, O. aull-tit . 1-1)(TANTED SITITATtONBy a tinner. of r V V ton years' experience; has had five years' gxporience in running a shop; a permanent gituation wanted; best ot references. Address pr.D. D'Y Aum En, Cambridge,O. an9-11t NV-ANTED-811;CATIONIn a gmcery or notion store, , by a single man. 27 years , of steady habits, with four years' expe rience; will work tor reivonable wages; refer 'lancet Address B. O. Box 407, Brazil, Clay leounty, Ind.; . , , , , ilitrricnSITUAT IONA man 'educated t Center College. Ky.. desires a situation surAvadelny or High Scheel, to teach Latin, kreek and Mathematics, or to hare charge of a vod private school. Address, at oneet.BETA, Ne Covington, Ky. su9-36 t tUrrANTEDSITUATIONtBY a young man whci is willing.to go imy place; under Muds street-earring. gardening, horses, cows, and general work:good references. Address an Care, a Y v A., eon Sixth and Elm streets. ,.; aull-ilt flIVANTEDSITUATION--By a respects,. hie widow lady with one child. as house. illeeper; 'oan give good referencia; has no ob jection to go a snort distance in the country; 'wages not so muck an (Meet as a good home. ?lease call or address K. A. 13; 140 Clay street, Sad story, in rear. ' " ' FOR SALE. - , . wort sALE-KouTE-41. good route in this Oitý On this paper. it , iFOR SALE RAILROAD TICKETS ' Bought, Sold and Exchanged. 110W it 00 West Thbd street. Jyldtt TOE SALE CA. 141tIA,G ES...Now and see ' end baud. in great variety. For bargains ,call at 10 anti M. West Seventh street. GEO. C. NILLBEI It WKS. aepl-tr r , Et SALESALOON STANDAn old-es. ' tablished saloon stand, on Main street, in reenfield, O., for (500, population, 2,000; lot 18 by 105 feet, Terms etpy; bitle perfect, Address ,P. 0. Doi Id, Greenfield, O. attb-St , - t , rit IS Ai.,fir7LAS D-50 acres prairie land; . k godd spring on same; in thietty.settled ,peighborbood, ni Adair county, Iowa, near ' . ,tounty-stiat. Gr will trade for horse and light aping-wagon. , Address "IV,9 this einem . , , - :, IJY14-14 : . ''. . MIOR SALE OR EXCDANGEFAMI-52 '.11: scresHouse 8 rooms barn and crib; good 'roads, near stations churches, schools, go.; horses, cows, warns, and fanning utensil& : bstauiro of W. G. L:li AMBERLIN, thia Odic& ' .. S .. . , . , , .., au441 , . . LOST. 010.a.Leo., TRAYEDCOWFrom the subscriber in Miamivillo, Clermont county, on the 7th 1st.. a white cm speckled about seek end shoulders; came itt fresh only a few weeks ago. Information deeding to her twooveyror deliv ery will be suitably rewarded. R. W. LIMN ER, hilarnivilla, O. - aull-2t IVKATIITI) .1-- A' TELEGRAPIT ' INSTItlf- , , BOARDING.. . MINTSounder and key. Address Ail , . , ic., .4 p. It. R., Culitrutnaville, U. - eull-3t . 130ARDINGCotintry, near station fionvey , ante to' and from), location hign, beautiful, , WANTEDGIRLtlerman who mut cook ealthy, abundance of home comforte. Arl and assist in waohing and'Irontag; refer- dream A. 1.. W.,Nilford. Clermont county, 0. . , Incite re-lull:ed. APIA), at 431 John aL au11-2t , ilaull-84 , , , WANTEDliTOVE-,Te buy! parlorteat ing stove with Russian pipe, Addreas, ' EOR RENT. ''llating price, .lic., J. A.D., P.O. Be 2BliletabY - ' , Eaull-Sti VIOR RENTA C,OrrAlpE-9t three. large . . rtOR RENTA corrAosot three large and pleasant rooms, No. 117 Beal st., sit uated at the head of Broadway, two mums above Liberty. Gall to-morrow, or at 79 Barr et. au10-20 - WANTEDTRADES. 1XTANTED PAINTINGC. F. Lanton V salaam, house and sigipatute,r works tor small prodte. Try hiut k4O w Sixth ktroot, Covington. Ky. apS-dmo RAILROAD NOTICE. NO,T.I C E. Ohio & Mississippi Railway. NO CHANGE of CARS; NO untANsrErt. mamom.,,mumm. 0. riOMMENCING TO-DAY, ALL TRAINS j of the Ohio and Mississippi Railway will rum through from Cincinnati to St. Louis with out transfer, as heretofore. , W PARIS, It , Alreat, Rubber Stamm at 201 Raee et. jy14-tt LAST EDITiON. . . Death el on So-Govorsor. SARATOGA, August 11.--Ez-Gorernor Wm. A. Graham, of North Carolina, died of organic) disease of the heart, a; Con gress kiall, this morning. - Ðeformod If peseta's'. NEWBURY, N.Y.,August It Twenty four families here have united to form a ytelormed Episcopal Church. Bishop tummine attended the preliminary meeting. -All 0.4baommommommoom Crushed. STAUNTON. VA., August itYester day, as a freight train Was passing throligh the Big Bend Tunnel, on the Chesapeake and Ohio road, thirty feet of the roof tell, crushing the engine, killing the fireman, and badly wounding the ell , 'Miters Abroad. 'Cu WAG. August 11. An excursion party of the Mississippi Frees Associa tion, comprising nearly thirty editors, from all parts of Mississippi, accompa nied by several ladles, arrived in this city this morning. nay will remain in the city until Friday. , Comer Bless ItottL. , SATANNAII, GA., August The cor ner stone ot the Wesley Monument Church on Yaidounts Square, was laid yeeterday afternoon.. - Deputy Sherif shot. ' , . NASHUA, .N: 11.,. August 11;It. Williams, Deputy Sheriff tor Hillsbo rough county, was found shot through the side this morning. , Virginia's Deostler. Itionmotm, VA., August 11,- Col. jag. Mayo, Na-litate Treasurer, was arraigned on the charges of embezzlement. COW', tbe Commonwealth's prosecutor, asked that the case be continued on ac count of the absence of several witnesses. It was then postponed until September 80, and the accused held in $20,000 bail. Avery's BootelAtny bitty DirdeOultatea Sr.Lotits, August 11.Avery's surety bonds have arrived, but are to be re turned for correction. . Wm.: Wright and James Henderson, arrested here .some days since, are thought to be escaped Bing Sing ,con victs. Several families have been driven from WilliaM8011 county, Ill., by outlaws. Col..Jugeo Lights OuP ST. LOWS, August 1LCol. Joyce, late Internal Revenue Agent, indicted for complicity in whisky flog irauds, and under $45.0(10 bonds, has absconded, tak ing aU his personal property amount ing to 4100,0tA It is belieTe'd he has gone to Canada. Detectives are atter Alm. - , Fresh Fire& , BELToxi', sWis., August 1L--A fire broke out this morning in a wooden row of buildings at the West End. The flames were subdued, however. la a couple of hours. Loss on buildings about 0,800, and ofi stock about $1,1M " SPARTA, Ewa., August it --A fire this morning destroy ed the extensive ware house of Grevelang & Dorman. Loss ;, , Heavy inOrille-t.itteV CORGI COL-UMBUS, Ga., August 11.-i-A very. heavy storm bat Just passed ever this city, of one bones duration. The min fell in torrents, acetunpanied by heavy Messrs. Swill, Gerphy & received to.day On first bale oi Dew cotton from 8, LI. Dickinsou & Co., Nears 1.auding Florida. It was raised on ,the planta tion of Amos Mayes, aud classed as good ordinary.. Messrs. Flourney.. & Mairee received onebale mem. the same place. ' Broark at Pranstaa' ,.' : TRENTONi N. -.J.,'-August Burin, the only,son awl-heir of Mrs. Sit. san Dodd -Burin, who bought -the els-. gent mansion. add-grounds of the late 1 Judge Field, at Fringeton, N. .1.,.Dail yesreiðiCý iirresta, -and, gave bonds ID the sum of t30,000 for his'aDpeartince be fore the Supreme Cotirt ot the 18 inst. to put in special bail to answer ,at...th'e suit Untie Morse; Of Princeton", In the sum .of NOM, for .breacit of promise. Thivorler tebheld to 411 was granted by the Sullreme, Court Cemmissfener Ution an- sitiouVit of -the plaintiff alleging a basO frond Upon the pall Of the datend WEDNESDAY 'Sr&"iNG,'ATIGUST 111'. 1874. Good ffhlag for 741toburg tend Who PITTSBURG, August 11.--The lines of the A. Å F. Telegraph haye been ex tended to this cityt a'ad an ottice for business was opened to-day. Compaten.AppoinintersteStnto Board of Agrioutioro Special to the Stu. COLUMBUS, 0., AtliSet 11.An un known man was run over at Eibbard's The State Board ot Agrieulure is in sessionarrlinging tor the State Fair. Ratio yet:to-to:lay, and had his arm out off. The following appointments are an nounced by tbe Republicag State Exec utive Committee: Gen. IL B. Hayes and Col. William M. Grosvenor, Mont pelier, Williams county, Friday even ing, August 20, Williams county, Fri .day evening, 'August 20. - The following announcements are made by the Democratic State Execu tive Committee: John F. Follett, Xenia, Saturday ifiternon, August 21; Norwalk, 1Thursday afternoon, August 26; San. dusky. Thursday evening, August 26; 10ak Harbor, Friday afternoon, August 27; Toledo, Friday evening, August V. 0 utt000r Sportae - Athletic Amusement.. NEw YORK, August 11.--The first ati atml athletic sports of the Albion Soo'. ,ety. of this city, took place at Jones' Wood yesterday. The mile mailing race was won by J. Cooly, in live rálnutes and ten seconds. The Albion oup race for a quarter of a mile was won by W. Turtell. The 13i mile walking match was woa by W. Jannan, and the two mile walking handicap was won by E. W. Seigel. Nearly two thousand per sons attended the sports. , Tha TIMM ' .1 Buir,ALO, August 1.1.The first race on yesterday's programme was a free-forall race, purse $4,000$2,500 first, $1,000 to second and $500 to third. Bödine was drawn, leaving only Luen and Bet tie to start. The race was won by Luen in three straight heats. Time-85X, 1:10, 2:22; 86,1:11X, 2:18X; 84, 1:07X, 11:15. The next race, for the 2:21 class, purse 15,000, $2,1500 to lirst, $1,254 to second, $150 to third, and 5500 to fourth, was won by Mollie Ifiorris in three strait heats, Carrie second, Rome third, Belle Brass-, field fourth. Time, 2:22, 2:24X.2:24X. After the 2:27 race Higbee & Bros.' fouftyear old black stallion, Governor Sprague, of Canton, Illinois, trotted an exiiihit heat with the following result: First quarter, 80X: seoond, 84X; third, 84; fourth,-116X, musing the mile iu 2:21X, tbe best lour-year old time ever made. RoCuEsTan, August 11,Weather yes-terday due, and track in unusually good condition. The ,2:88 race was won by Orient in three - straight heats, Dan Bryant second and Hattie IL third; Pres tonuthe favorite, fourth, and only got the eighth place in the last beat, Time: 12:25X, 2:25, 2:26X. Iu the 1:24 rime the first heat was won by General Garfield, the second and third. by Clementine, the fourth by Joker, and then Mosby took the race by, three successive heats. The other start ers were Bleach, Vanity Fair, Music and Lady Star. Time: 2:22, 2:21, 2:22, 2:22M, 2:28, 2:24, 2:28. - BASH BMX. HARTFORD. August 11.Yesterday ternoon, Hartiords, 7; Mutuals, O. :Prom the Metropolis., Archibald Baxter & Shoe CattereLoader--Burglar's Tools ...Ea ileumsArrested. , , Estr, Yong, August 11.--Mr. Dwight Johnson, assignee of the suspended firm of Archibald.Baxter & Ce states that the assets will considerably exceed the liabilities. The cause of suspension was difiloulty of negotiating whit Exchange. The vessels lying at Brooklyn docks laden with grain shipped by Archibald Baxter& Co., and which were seized on Saturday. by the Sherirk, offioers, have been released. A general strike of shoe cutters is now expected. Offers ot higher wages have been made to tne best workmen, but hao been refused uuless the demands of all strikers are agreed to. , Loader is still in the Brooklyn jail in default of bail, and awaits his triai for perjury in the Beecher-Tilton case. About noon to-day U.S. officers seized about live huudred dollars' worth of ma Chinery, tools, &c. used in manufaotur ing counterfeit col'n, at 845 Floyd street, Williamsburg. They are believed to have been the property ot Diweneki and his associates, recently, arrested for .counterfelting. Several failures have occurred cl,gring 'the 'set two days, the most important being A. Castle & Co.1 fancy goeds, and J. Gi..8haw & Co., etationery. C. M. Simpson, a Broadway broker, has been arrested on complaint'of Delaudo, oasnier of the bank at Great Barrington, Mass., who charges him with being complicated in rebbiug Delando of 110,000 in bonds ol the city id Des Moines. A sudden and heavy shower broke over this city at 6 o'olock Luis morning, lasting about tweuty minutes. The sky is still oloudy and threatening a renewal of last week'o coutinuous rale. The atmosphere is close and murky, with scarcely a breath of air, and-very warm. FINANCRS AND FAILURE& ,, ' Emir YORK, August 11,.-;--A special from London soya rumors or financial depres sion are disturhing the tinancial market. A nuinber-ot tablets, , written upon and carefully arranged In an ivory box. have peen discovered in the ruine oi Pompeii.. They contain receipts for pay ments or money, aud bear the consular , date, with the name of the day and the mouthoind the amount paid. The tablets aro evidently accounts, and from the way in which they are kept there ean be doubt that the spot where they were found was the site of a Boman banker's ' house. The farmers of Califorula are sore troubled, not with locusts and potato bugs, but with squirrels. They exist itt some porkions of the &ate in such num bers as to destroy all tIts cultivated crops. It is proposed to tax the property of uchi. to get a fund to slurminatetheizi- 1 , , A father fearing an earthquake In the region of bis honle.sout We two sous to a distant friend's until the peril Would be over., A few weeks after the , father received this letter from his Maud: Please take your boy' home and send down the earthquakee, - - Prom the Old World, ANOTHER FAILURE. LONDON, August 11.Shaw & thomp son, engaged in the iron trade, have failed., Liabilitlekestimated at Al20,000. It is'not believed their assets will net more than mopo. FUNERAL OP HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. Communing, Angina It The funeral of Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish novelist. toot place in this city today. Tho serviaaW at the church were of the most solemn and impressive character. Tbere was an Immense -assemblage present, including members of the royal 'amines. The day was observed as a day of national mourning. FRANKS AND GOOD WILL, DUBLIN, August 11.The Irish Mlle Association held a speolal meeting last night and.passed resolutions of thanks to the American Ride Teani for the prizes Presented by them to the Irish Rille.-Team. Resolutions of regret at parting with the Americans, and ex. pressing the hope ot another future meeting for friendly Hile competition were aiso passed. ANOTHER PAMPHLET' FROM THE ERTEN. MIER. LONDON, August 11.Mr. Gladstone his published another pamphlet, in which be discusses a different question relative to the Papacy, from that whioh formed the subject of hls, former pam phlet on Vaticauism. The present pub deaden takes some strong groundi against the Papaoy, and predicts trouble in the future, both In Great Britain and on the Continent from that source. The pamphlet declares that the Papacy will seize the tirst opportunity, through bloodshed, to maintain its rule, and will, if nemovary, even plunge the world into war. The new document of the Ex Premier. is much discussed, and is cal culated to revive religious conflict raised by his first effort on this subjeot. , : SPANISH ITEMS. MADE1D,,,Auguit 1LA decree will soon be published In the Official Gazette, ordering a levy of 10,000 additional' men for the purpotte of speedily ending the Wm LoarDoN. August 11.A dispatchfrom Miranda, Spain, says all the Carlist vil lages on the Plain of Alava nave sub mitted to the Government of Ring Al fonso. The Carlist forces are concen trating in Navarro and on the front of Biscay.. Don Carlos Is at Estella. - A dispatch from Leo D'Urgel says a breach ef , three metres in extent was tnade to-day In Olsana Tower by Jaren sist, batteries. Three new batteries will copes to-morrow. Five thousand Carlists, under General Dorregaray,. passed through Berge yes terday toward Orgtinla expressly to s ur prise Alfousist troops before,Leo D'Ur gel. and Intercept convoys. Some bat talions ot the Carlist Army of the North aire also advancing toward Leo D'llrgel. The Cartist garrison at the latter place made e-sortle yesterday, but were 'promptly repuleati by She Allonsiets, with the- lose of a number Itilled and wounded. , , : A SCUFFLE. ' ' - - L024DoN, August 11.The Fest pub lishes a report of a serious Mlle be tween the Russian and Prussian frontier guards at Donbrows, on the boundary line between Russia and Prussia. The affair was provoked by the Russians, who trespassed on German territbry. Several of the.guards were wounded. IN EARNEST. , LONDON, ,August 11.A telegram to the TiMell from Constantinople states that 2,0,000 Turkish troops have been dis patched to flersegoviva by the way of Make. - , ' A RECOGNITION'. Faitts; August 11.The Geographioal Congress bee decreed letters of distill. tion to the Nave Department and the Signal Bureau at-Washington. . , ' . PLAAHEth The journeymen tailors are holding a convention in bt.Lottis., ' , The Massachusetts State authorities yeaterday afternoon' arrested a (loxes Boston lottery dealers. , The San Francisco railroad officiall deny that they knew the whereabouts of Woodruff, the big swindler. The eale of the Rockford, Rock Island and St. Louis railroad, which was to have taken place yesterday, was post, poned tilt Monday. , , McConver, cashier of a Newark (N. 3.) bank, yesterday assaulted Mr. Thertort, cashier of a New York bank, at Long Brava. McConver 18 under arrest. , Captain Pollook left Fort Laramie yes terday to assume command of the dew post In the BIRCIE Hills, temporality es tablished to keep miners out. The post will be garrisoned by one company ot In fantry and two of cavalry. - A' passenger oat' attached to. an East ern bolind train on the Denver and South Park railroad was thrown from the track , near- Deuver. James Smith.. Western Union Telegraph- repairer, was thrown ' beneath the car and instantly killed. Among those who received fatal injuries are Mrs. John Lane and daughter, of Denver. , , , A large body of Indians who have re eently joined the Mormon Church are threatening to make trouble at Corinne, 1 on the C. P. railroad. They have sup plied themselves with ammunition and gulls, and sent tbe squaws away- Gov ernor Emery has asked for a company ot soldiers to be seut to Corinne for the protection of the 1 ' Anassentents Thti. Grand , Opera-house was again crowded to ovefilowing' tail evening by the elite, the EnIereon's,, being atilt tri umphant, ae they deserve to be.-' No other troupe Shit has' ever- visited our city has done mora than this' to elevate the tone ot minsareley, lifting lt above the lent ot common variety allows. Upon every night of their periormapc, toe most refined and Intelligent audi ences that have ever grimed the Grand Opera with their presence have crowned its seats' and aitiles. Many being outwit eveu to obtaiu standing roonn - - Tee perfuming of tbe house and programme,-though not tesen tial Se the suo twee or a- troupe like thie, Is quite a pleasing feature of the entertainment, being a etep itt the right direotion, for which the people of Cincinnati should thauk manager Mack, The performance needs no comment... To say that Billy Emerson's song auff dance wae wish out fault mule be superfluous; or, to say that Arlingtonte stump Speech was original and witty to the extreine, would he equelly so.. We can only say that Russell-, Rico, ßembfe, rted, lu taut, each , and every one acamited Minigolf as only artists of world-wide reputation could do Those who admire minstrelsy in its most amusing and rellued character, should visit tne Grand this week. BASE-BALL. Games Yeeterdtty-The Owner Today-And Other learns of Interest. , The base-ball world that stood, ex-. pectant yesterday over -two Coming games between the White Makings and the Stars on the one hand, and the Mit ford and Bed Stockings on other, were doomed to dikappointment... Both were failuree in point of interest or bril liant play. The game between the Stars and Chi (logos was especially devoid of interest, it being apparent hem the start that the Stars had met a. club that was their ell perior at every point. illong's pitching was -ineffectual against the batting ot the Whites, who, in the second inning, scored eight runs; even Prather was not up to his usual standard of excelleace, and Buchanan on third, though he played well, could not hold that point after Shoup's inlinitable style. The following le the score by tailings: - Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 White Stockings 1 8 8 8 8 0, 0 4 0-12 Siam 0111008808-e The game between the-Red Stockings and the Milforde was some little better than the above, but still the Beds felt sure of their victory and played in a careless and looie way that at one point bade fair to lose them the game. Tile Milforde ire not to be sneezed at, and some of our pampered profeesioaais will have their hose, be it "Bed,' or'.'White," peeled completely off their feet by this same club one ot these tine dayl. The score was as follows: 7 8 8 4 5 6 8 a Reds- 0 0 0 0 0 .8 1 2-11 Milford 310000080-7 Th0 Chicago& will play the,, Ludlow this afternoOn upon the grenade of the latter club. The Cincinnati Amateure and Cum minsville Blue Stockings will play to day at the Blue Stockings pounds. , The champion Bostons play the Stars, in Covington, on Saturchiy next. The Pioneer- Base-ball Club hoe or ganized with the following memberii: Frank Camp, p., Reuben Crotilinue, o.; Pat. Haley, s. b.; Jno. IS tiles, 1st b.; Chas. Weldmore, .2d b.; Jakey Stiles, 8d b.; Geo. Stump, r. Jakey Maki, e. f.; George Leppert, f. Preaklent, Philip Rentschler; Vico President, Daniel Sul liven; 'Water Carrier,Chaq. . - Route if) Convieted. Route No. 10 to-day travels the entire ingth of its circuit. front Fourth and Walnut to the East End ofChapel !street, Walnut Bills, a distance of not less than three and a half miles. This is a long needed improvement for which the citizens of Walnut Mills have been fightiug tor more than a year, but the one great stumbler to Route 10, and to which, perhaps, the citizens are in debted. for its speedy cempletioti, was , Route 13, which contemplates a circuit from the inclined plane, on Mt. Adams, across through Walnut kilns to Avon dale and return. The friends of this route have offered every opposition la the wav of injituctiond and enjoinders to route bto.10, which only had tne opposite effect of hastening its compleMon. The road is now completed and the citizens of Walnut Mills rejoice, though not, hoWever, witheut some little self-reproach tor having so long submitted to that time-honored and antiquated nut saw, the "bus." CineinstafipLebasson sued Xenia Railroad. The Directors ot the Miami Valley Narrow-gauge Railroad Company held a meeting at the Burnet House yesterday afternoon, the committee appointed by the citizens of Norwood being present to enter with them as to making certain ohanges in the southern terminus of the proposed road. , A proposition was made to change the teiminus- irom Bond Hill to Walnut Rills, so as to connect with Route No.10 of the street railroad. this road, when completed, will con nect at Xenia with the Dayton and Southeastern road, affording a great sup ply of the hestcoal from the coal fields of Southeastern Ohio, and opening one of the finest districts of .the State for country homes. This road will run from Cents; Gree ne county, west and south through that county by Bellbrook; thence due south to Waynesville Warren county; thence southwest to 'Lebanon; thence south west to Deerfield; thence southwest through the extreme southeast corner of Butler county, into Sycamore township, this county; thence due south by Sharon and Montgomery, into Corumbla town ship; thence, perhaps, by Norwood into this city, coming in so as to connect with Street Railroad No. 10 on Chapel street. ' ', LATEST .LOCAL. -- W. T. idiRSIAL charged with illicit distill ing. is being tried before V. tommissioner , Tim alarm from box 48 at noon to-day was caused by a trifling blaze in some building at No. 48 Eaet Fourth.. Loss 35 cents. ALL trains arc no resumed on the Ohio & Mississippi Beltway, and trains will TIM through ltom Cincinnati and St Lows without transfer, as heretofore. A ossoLiNx lamp exploded last night about .41 o'clock in a bakery ou Broadway and Liberty sweets, but besides a big egare ittraeocupautó of the premises created uo damage. THK Whoisale clothing store of Daniels, Nienois & Company, 102 West Fifth rareet,wits rabbed late Tuesday afternooa of two valuable coats. No elnete the party has, as yet, eon obtaiued. - : ' WA. BRYANT, 'charged with having counter feit nie sets In his possession with latent to de fraud, has not yet been rearrested. The per tieurars of Ws former arrest wili be found in our COUrt , , AN employe in Hairs safe faetory, whose natne we were usable to learn. had two of the lingers of his ,rigilt hand crushed about o'elock tO-day by being caught between the rollers of a machine for straightening iron plates. - 4 - - , WM. tAPPM, arrested by Milk Inspector Ebetsole, and James Riggs by Oilicer Emig, were lodged ut Ninth street this afternoon he tho first two niiikmen who werelmatkl in for selling milk without a permit. Tease ar rests were made aceAndiug to a resolution passed yesterdayafternoon by the Board of Health. Both parties gave bail for their ap peeranee in the touris , ON MUM to-day.whatt appeared to be a rair sampbt of btown sugar was platted on oat et the desks and marked "Texas sugar, new crop, eau be laid down tete for litse per lb." It as duly examined. aati diaeussed by gro etry mon anti Were, and WAS Mildly found to be a common article of salt mixel -with a little gist-class sawdu st In appearenee was all right. As to taste SOS Ed. Miller, .Loq., of the Lummeicial. , . , SINGLY', COPY IVO TWO CENTS. tIN AT Tin:Convention of the National Grand , Grove of Druids tins eveu log the r,,poris of the standing committees w,:re ho,:rd and acted 1 upon. The new constitution then eine up for ' - consideration but up to three o'clock nothing , had been decided upon with regard to it. To- ' morrow the grand pmcoosion marches 1mm Druid Hall at 9 o'clook, sharp. The day will ,; be spent at the Lookout LIOUSJ In speakiug and, d ' '- Vile following cases were disposed of in the , - - afternoon 'session of the Police Court to-day: I , TikOtrilati McMullen. disorderly conduct, $8 and , co.de; Thomas Hannan. petit lanmity. dis- , , missed; IL blrotlieh, permitting a nuisance, 1 continued to Itth inst.; Julia Davis, adultery, diemissed; klattin Symms, harooring vicious dog, $8 'and costs; Pat Kerwin, a-sault and battery, diamissed: Catherine Kernan, same, 115 and costs; rat ,Melloy, same, con- ,' tinned' to August IT; J. if. Lance and Stott , Gordon, disorderly conduot, each $8 and cost. The session lasted till three o'clock. , ' , , - $2,000 Firs. The alarm of fire from box No. ilk about five o'clock this morning, signalednquite a destruc- tive Are' at Nos. 80 and 82 Budd street. west of Carr. The engiues responded as promptly as nodal, but before anY Gould he thrown r , , ' the Tames had already done considerable dam. age. flow the lire origivated is not exactly ''-' known, but it is supposed that it commenced in ' , the roof from a defective nue. The losers by N the tire are. Messrs. B. G. klumme anti Antos litutenmoller. Mr. Bumine owned tue house No. ' IA and estimated his 10811 at about$800. In- , ,' sured for $1,010, in the Sun Insurance Company. , Mr. Rutenmolier is the owner of the pmperty , No. 00 Budd street, and resided there. He es timates his lees at about $1.20O, being COO dam, ; age to his furniture and 1500 to the building. Ins insurance is onty 1600 in the tinn Mutual, ' ' - Insurance Company. MERIODS LAND SLIDF - She Eighth-agree F14 Giving Trey. , - There has been a great deal of talk lately' - concerning the Milicreek fills and the probable amount of damage te them fri;in the reeent , rains, and the consequent inundation of the hilliereek bottom& ' I The fills have all been gradually sinking but no serious land-slides have bean reported until this morning, vthen the Eighth- ,' street dil immediattly Delow the bridge gave - way, about 20,0ii0 cubic yards of the earth hay ing actually floated away, leaving scarcely room for one wagon to pans along that , portion of the street which still remains, and even that is expected momentarily to give way - and follow in the wake of Ito predecessor. -- Street Commissioner Corbett has been nett fled, and everything is being done to eve the: balance of the MI if pousible. The damage eau not yet be estimated, hat will he very NIKE CORBETT'S CASE. .,,..ff, 3 The. Laborers' lent of the Worthington , Street Commissioner Corbetga ease came up , for con.ideration again this .moraing before,' 'Squire Beat-. Owing to the heat and the , great pressure of the crowd. who wedged themselves like so many blocks- of weed or z stone at the entrance to the Magistrate's room; -: completely shutting out every breath of ter fronu , the jury, the COurt adjourned to more Commtzli, , ous Quarters In the larger ball in the lower story of Robinson's Opera-house, which, to kindly offered the Court by Uncle John, Pre. -cisely at 10:ei Hie Court weLi...ailed to order and - the trial begun by calling the first witness for , the delense, Mr. McHugh,. AssistantCommis.' sioner under Mr. Corbott. , - , Witness said he httl been acquainted with' Lyon since last April. at which time Mr. Lye's .was employed as a laborer in repairing the, streets by his (McHugh's) order.. Ho had re- '' wive no instructions (rota Mr. Corbett aboutc. ' . this maa, exeept a general order to employ men. There was- money in tne treasury at the time he employed this nian, and he believed,' ' he had drawn some weeity pay from Mr. Corbett himself. as Mr. Corbett matte out the , . nay was himself. or by his aisistant. wb hands them to the Clerk, and are then subjected " ' to the Board of Improvements for their ap., , . ' previa, and the money is paid by ths City. Treasurer or his assistant. The selection or particular mon was left to the Assistant Cent"- missioner. : Mr, Bernard was called to the stand and stated that he was clerk of Bond of Improve moots.' Witness stated that when the question , - of employing or diecharging the men then at work on the streets came up, that Mr. Corbett - moved to discharge all men then employed ' uyon the streets hut. was decided as eut 01 der and Wad instructed by a vote of the Board. - to go on with the work. A reference was here made to the minutes ot the Beard cor. ruboritted the statement of the witness.. Mr. Corbett, the defendant, Wa8 next sworit'.' !- Stated be was not acquatated with the plain.' - tiff; never saw him. to his kuowledge, until he was thteatened with a suit by this man for tale' - arrears of wages. when he simply told him to:, :1 ' sue, Om. Ho expressed dissaticaction as to going on With the work without instruction. ' , He addressed a coumunication to the Audi, - tor and to tile Chairman of the Board express- ing his disappmval of continuing' the wort- when there was no money. in the Treasury-. Two of witnesses' letters were here read,one to Mayor Johnston, another to the City A11(111.011, -5 requesting to ba instructed with regatd as tO dPcharging the men at -work. on the streets. z - These letters, the witness stated, bed been read to- the Board of Itroprovements at theit regular meeting, whom he alio asked for in.' .. atructious. , Mr. Corbett c,nsidered that he waa Wing '' under the order front the Boara of Improve.: - monis. Never had held himself personalty, " responsible to any of the men employed upon city work. The men on the streets all knew,. that they Were expected to wait for their pay. . lie had discharged Mr. McHugh May SO, He hat repeatedly asked for a special fund for - the improvements of the streets, so that he could be governed by that. - - ;-i ... - lie eelltiatted the work when he knew there' was no money in the Treasury ti pay- thenh - He had employed in the soriug between eve hundred anti six hundred knee &Any; tbo ay roils had been about St1,000 or $7,0e0 a week. milking for the month about 180,000, all told. , !!' The defense stated that they had no further testimony, and moved, before putting their !! -- charges in the hands of the Court, that the jury:.:-. ' be dismissed until t o'clock, which was done. , . ' ! retie. Pickings. Wm. J. Schaettle, a brewer. twenty-sit yea!" old;who lives on Main street, ' near Liberty' - . yesterday morning at 4 7o'olook,. entered tlte China ,,, store of Charles : Smial - as - - 690 Bare street near , Findlay '"- and attempted. to- carry. , 'off - a bag filled with some valuable Chinaware. ;' He was, however, detected a ,d pursued by Smith, but escaped. Doling the day he Wad arrested on warrant by Lieutenttat Sidra way and Oilicer Tuxworth and taten to Hilt. men-street Station, where a chargeof burglary. was plaood against his same. bir.- Schmitt es--,,; timates his loss at twenty-woe dollars. In the Polioe Gout t, this morning, the charge of bürg. lary was changed to that of petit lareeny. He ; was sant to the Work-house for thirty dart ' and fined filty dollars. , Mary Trauci,s who did the cutting on the person of Mrs. Hopkins, in a tilvth street dog. , gery, was arraigned in the Poilce Court on , charga of disorderly conduct. Her casa Veal A . continued tiollo-morro morning. ' Philip Arnold, for abusing his family, Wu - sentenced to the It ork-house for twe months, , and lined VS. For resisting theonleer who at- , tempted to arreat him be was gent out for the ,, same number of days and aned SUL , Lieutenant Smith, of the Bremfin-strcet Sta. tion, on Tuesday, about two o'clock, made N raid on the concert saloon nett to Schickling'il piace on Vine street, and. took la the proprie-: - tor, John benuekes, on the chargi, et keephat a , disorderly hones The arrest wait Made on complaint of tn. neighbors, who MAO that their pesee ' timturbed lite noises that oansaattA , . from that saloon. In the Police Court Penne', , kes was adjudged guilty and was fined $10 aug. evotar - - , , ill ,1,-,,..,1 ,. , .,,. ji: IN . .., . . , . , . , , f. 1 ,1 .1: . , , II A ki 1 'L-...) 'IN,IN tl... ' . il. , . . , , c, ,.. . ., , r ' , ,, , ,, . ' r ' ' . ' , ., f ' ' ' , 4 ' .,. ' . , v . . . .t ' ', . . , , , , ''' .... t ' ' T ..".". 01 ' ' r , .;....... ..... 1 r . . ...... , , , r , ' , , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' . ' ' ' ' : ' ' " 191 6 L WEI'S 1 r 1NO. 36 í' - ''4. - , , . , . .. , , , , , . . 8. 4-IfEel tIEN-l'a- .,-- . ,' ' - ' - .1 WO t, . . ' i ()L.' 41 Pain WEEK. , . - .. ' ; - - e - - 1VEDN'ESDAY EVENING:AUGUST 11, 1875' - ' ,, , ,. ., , , , ,, , , , .... , , , . ,, ,,,, , . , . , . , , . : , . , tytrAATEID-ationSCELLANVOCIa. , - , LOST. ' r A Good 2' king for ?Moberg and Where. "Prom , the Olð World, id Grove of Druids tins eveuing the roporth of the . , , ,' . , . artists of world-wide reputation cou e- es- ....--e -,........--- et 11-The 'lines of PI1TSBURG, Augu . . , e tandino comniittees wAre ho,:rd and acted rl , , , and every one actin-Hod bimeelf as only AT ens Con4ntion of the National Grani 4 , : - :- , ;''' . , '' , e- ' e' - . e ' ' r ' .,' A TRAYED-COW-From the subscriber in the A. & P.. Telegraph haye been ex- . . 'ANOTHER FAILURE. upon. The new constitution then came np for , - -,, , fir.267TKB4-.111,1Y I YOU'S HAT5 OF Miamiville, Clermont county, on the 7th moat amusing and rowed claaraetert consideration but up to three o'cleck nothing , . ' . PIAtii.14; a.t42iyx Fifth et, , jyll-t1 ' i net.. a smite cow, speckled about neck end tended to tale city, abd an office for T edeNDON, Atigust 1L-Shaw & thomp- do. Those who admire minstrelsy' la its should vasit tne Grand this week. . bad been decided upon with regard to it To- . ' 1,, ' 7 ,.. . . - , , .-- ." r . ' . . : , shoulders; came la fresh only a few weeks era business was opened todaye son, engaged in the iron trade, have ----&---.----- , morrow the grand pmcession marches fmm .. , . 11"1:TED:-.1-011 TO 00 TO,--(1. SCHILL, rW Information leading to her reeoverror del v ery will be suitably rewarden. H. W. LEEN- cern - , 1W, Carpet Weaver, 28,1 'West hixtn st. ga, misoll,TRIG. 0. , autiea ..... .--,------t4 . paten Appoistmeate-Stoto Board ,, failed., Liabilities. e BASE-BALL. . . Druid Hall at 9 o'clook, sharp. 'the day will ,,, , , , .. - be spent at,the Lookout Mous.) In speakiug and,. ,, s , 4 It is'not believed theetilarnaateesdeats 4Wirleirei '' . The 'Games Yesterday-The Games lb- dimming. . .. , , , e ; -', - . e e - . e , , - eyes-ill . , . - -, -egriondistre. more. than ompo. . . 'i '' - . . . . . Special to the Star. , , . , , . . , day-And Other items of Interest. , - Vita following cases were disposed of in.the , , , - ' , ANTE'D -1-. A TELEGRAPH ' INSTItte- , - . BOARDING.. , bieleTSounder and key. Address Ag't IVIK COLUMBUS, O., August itAn un FUNERAL OP HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. The baseball . world that stood, ex- afternoon session of the Police Court to-day: 1 . - ,, - Thomas McMullen. disorderly conduct, $3 and , . , - , -- - , , e., .4. p Relt., cumininsvele, te. -itull-St . OARDING-Coentry, near station menvey- known man was run o'er at Mibbard's Cormuctozzi, 4Ingust 11.-Tite funeral -dis- , , , :, -, , ante Wand from), location hign, beautiful, , of Hans Christian Andersen, the Danish peotant yesterday ever -two Coming co,ts; Thomas Hannan. Petit lemony. novelist. toot place in this cite to-dar' games between the White !Retellings and mimsed; WANTED-GIRL-German who eau cook matey, abundance of home comforts Ad- The State Board ot Agrioulure is in continued to 14th inst.; Julia Davis, aduitery, , .-, ,- The servielW at the church were of the H. Orotliob, permitting a, nuisance, .1, ,, - . i and assist in washing and'iroinegt refer- dream A. L. Welailford. clement coupe'', O. session-arehnging for the State Fair. the Stars on the one hand, and the Mit. dhenissed; Malan Symms, harboring "" , ., ., . , pecks required. APIA), at 437 John st. atut-2t , . . iianeatti. 4 ,, , , , . most solemn and impressive character. vicious dog, $8and costs; Pat Kerwin, a-sault ' ,' ,.,-; ,, e . Ranee yesterday, and had his arM Mit Tbere was an immense -assemblage ford and Bed Stockings on tlii other ' and battery, diemissedi catherine Keenan, . -; ;et, , , eWANTED-tile)VE-ere buy! parlorteat- . off. present, including members or the roYal Were d10d' tO 41011npOintment. Both same, Cre and cost? Pat,Malloy, same, con- ., , . , , , ing stove with Ituestaa pipe, Addrees,, TOR BENT. ' The leliewing appointments are an- 'amities. The day was observed as s were failuree la point of latereat Or bril- tinned' to August 1 ; J. II. LaLICK and &Ma .' ., ,- ,, , litating 41.1100, &c.,.J. A.D., P.O. Box 1821,City. nounced by the Republicae Stete Exec- day of uational mourning. tient play. Gordon, diserderly conduet, each a and costs et . - ' , emii-Sti . VOR RENT-A CorrAGN-Of three large utive Committee: Gen. R. B. H,ayes .. ,, . " The game between the Stars and Chi- The sessioe lasted till three oiolock. . , ,. ., , , . MARKO AND GIOOD WILL. 1 4 ANTBD-.TO RNOW--Wbere rubber toy je and pleasant rooms, No.117 Boat se. sit- and Col. William M. Grosvenor, Mont- cages was especially devoid of interest, uated at the head of Broadway, two squares - DUBLIN, August 11.-The Irish itifie it being a f th t t tit t the ' ' et $2.000 YJnt g y le quan ' NZ belloons can be bon ht b tl titv above Liberty. Call to-morrow, or st 79 Barr se Wier, Williams county, Friday- even pparent TOM 0 II ar a . . , , A 0as W. K., P. O. 'Box tret, Hamilton, Ohio. , , . au10-20 ing, August 20, Williams couuty, Fri- Association held a speolal meeting last Stars bad met a, club that was their se. The alarm of fire from box No.68. about five e fanit,stl 1 . . . night and.passed resoletions Of thanks' pertor at every point. Bleng's pitching olotock this morning, signaledelnite a destrue- ' . . ' i' ' ' . day evening, luguet, 20. to the American Rine Team for the was -ineffectual against the batting ot , -e' , NITANTED-PARTNER-4 have about $5000 ' WA.NTED---TRADES. The following announcements are prizes Presented by them to the Irish tee WhiLes, who, in the second inning, , V V that I wish to Invest in some safe and le- made by the Democratic State Execu- city fire' at Nos. 80 and 82 Budd street. west of.' e , ' ' arr. The engiues responded as promptly as , ,, , - ginueste busineas Address ,M., W. C., Lock WANTED-PAINTING-C. F. Lenten. tive COmmitteet John F Follett, Xenia, Mille eTeam. Resolutione of regTet at scored eight runs; even Prather was not ,.. ..,, 4 ,r. waist, but before anY wilier could be thrown ,, , ,, , , . T box 915, City. . aell-2t , V V schlaeger, house and sign painter, works parting with the Americana, and ex up to his usual standard of excelleace ' - 0 for small erode'. Try him. tio. el W. Sixth Saturday internee, August 21; Norwink, he ho e ot another future ,e ad the names had already done considerable dam- i ' . . , 'llerANTED- YOU TO KNOW -.elitist B etrest, Covington, Ky. aet-eme Thursdey afternoon, August 26; San. Pressing t P and Buchanan on third, though he play ge. meeting for friendly rifle competition well, could not hold that point after a, e VT CAVAGNA a SON have a now lot of fine dusky. Thursday, evening, August 26; ',low the tire ore:Mated la not exactly , e ... . Ileac. Havana Cesare, AM a spieueld line of ...own but it is supposed that it commenced in - ', ' : Oak Harbor, Friday afternoon, August Were also passed. the roof from a detective Atm. flhe losers by ', e - ' , Grogeries. , iyelete e : RAILROAD NOTICE. - 27; Toledo, Friday evening, August V. Shoup's inimitable style. The following Is the score by timings: , . ' the tire are. Messrs. B. G. Demme anti Antes ' -,. ' IFU'INTED-40LOUR MILL-To rent a ffour -. ANOTHER PAMPHLET" FROM TUE EXPan- Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 kutenmolier. Mr. Bumine owned tue house Ns . - , ', e. V mill in a geod Itmality, with good watet ' c E OutertoOr SpOrta. - MIER. White Stoekings.. I 8 8 8 8 0, 0 4 0-42 IA and estimated his logs at aboutS800. In- , ,,, '', , e power and good run of custom. -Addresa W.A. N 0, T I , LOND0N, August 11.--Mr. Gladatone Stars, 0 u 1 0 to S S 0 8-9 aimed for$1,101, in the gun Insurance Company. . , - - JIACHELeiR,H,artwell. I auleht ' . . , - Athletic Amusement.. air- Rutenmelier i the owner of the preporty , i . , - i . , -- his published another pamphlet, in The game between tholted Stockings which be discusses a different quest on No. 00 Budd street, and resided there. He es- , , ' -11(7-ANTED- MAN - With Me, to act as NEW YORK, August 11.-The first att. i and the fords was some little better h 1.) b III h Reds I it ut st t e timates his lo8s at about $L20o, beings dame; , ,-, V V treasurer and take half interest in a tette- lo Oh' & Mississippi Railway i nest athletic sports of the Albion Soci relative to the Papacy, from that whioh than t e a ova, . ' age to his furniture and moo to the building. -, , ,, . ' tiling troupe. Address CHALENE WARNER, formed the subject of his. former Pani- enre of their victory and played In It Ms insur nee is only GOO in the bun Mattud , ., .' ., e -, 1110Moundste Columbwe O. , , . , , atie-at - " - ' ety, of this city, took place at Jones' phiet on Faticauism. The present pub. careless and looks way that at one point lesuranceaCompany. , ' - lketAN TED-YOU TO CALL-At KELLY'S NO CHANGE of CARS Wood yesterday. The mile running race ncation takes some strong . grounds bade fair to lose them the game. The - --ernes.-- , -,, . , , , against tbe Papaoy, and predicts trouble Mallards ire not to be sneezed at, and e SERIOUS LAND SLIDE. , e ' - ' --.. . ' - 4 New Photograph and Ferrotype uallery, y Was won by .1; Conly, in live Minutes in the future, both in Great Britain and -- . Itei est Filth street,lietween Etna and Plum), ' and tea seconds. The Albion cup race some of our pampered professionals win on the Continent from that source. The , Cincinnati.. Open ev,ery day. , . aue-tia NO . ILIEZANISITEIR. . for a quarter of a mils was won by W. have their hose, be It "Rode oresWilite," The Bighth-etrees B.tt Giving wave . - , ' pamphlet declares that the Papacy great deal of talk lately , e ,0 Turtall. The 1X mile walking "witch will peeled completely off their feet by this . There hes been e . , seize the DM 0 it th h same club one ot these tine dayl. .The pportun y, roug concernin'g the Milicreek MU and the piebable ''' ," . ' ,- 4 , WANTED-TO RENT OR PURCHASE- ' . ' ee-- . , was won bv W. 'finnan and the two A small HoUsilie in the city or atiburbs. rIOMMENCING TO-DAY, ALL TRAINS t- - ' b E bloodshed, to matntain its rule, and will, score was as follows: , - amount of damage te them frt;in thereeent ee - , wat met pay over Sul per monde or will pur ki of the Ohio and Mississippi Railway wilt m le Vialking handicap was won y if neoessary, even plunge the world Into Innings-. ....... 1 8 8 4 8 6 I 8 9 - eee - e . -e--- en easy tering. Addeess b. W. 41. this run through from Ciuoinnatt to St. Louis with- W Seigel. Nearly two thousand per- war. The rains, and the consequent inundation of the : , - M.oe'. , au9-lit out transfer, as heretofore. , , . , . sone attended the sports. new document of the Ex. Reds...,....., ...,.... 0 0 0 0 0 .8 I 0 2-11 . . Premier. is much discussed, and is Oat. IttiltOrO 3 I 0 V 0 0 0 8 0.- 7 Milicreek bottmna. ' - . - i ... .14' :' Cs W. PARIS, : , . .- THE TURF. elated to revive religious conflict raised The Chicagos will play the Ludlow . The 1111s. bave all been gradually' staking i .-- ,, . VeyANTED-YOUNQ MEN-With talent, ,, ; , , ' - Ageat, Cincinnati.. V V to join au Amateur Minstrel Troupe, or- ' . BUFFALO, Augest 11.-The tint race on' by his drat effort on this subjects. , this afterneett upon the grouude of the dowd, bus, no series, land-slides have -been ,, - :, , , ganiziug in HMI city; must play instruments. esterdars programme was a free-for- , latter chits reported until this Morning, When the Eighth- ,, , . . Addreas , Mating bwiluess, RENARD, this Rubber Stamm at 201 Race et. ' jyrit-tr Y z, , - aut1413t all race, ,, purse $4,000-$2,500 to first, . IR A-,'. SPANISH ITEmil. The Cincinnati Amateare and Clint. street dil immediately oelow the bridge gave'. ' . . 81,000 to second and BOO to third. Bodine 4.4aoutt9,..Auguit 1LA deeree will 1 minsville Blue Stockings will play to- Tray, about 20,0S) cubic yards of the eart b , . , , ng actually nomad away, leaving. scarcely; . . , -,-, - fiKyANTED-TO CLOSE OUT-A stook of .. ' ' was drawn, leaving only Luen and NM- soon be published in the Official Gazette, day at thé Blue Stockings rounds. , a a aret-olass Sewing Machines in order to room for one wagon , to piled along that ' ', -' e tie to start. The race was won by Leen ordering a levy of 10,000 additional' men , por 0,11 0 10 II 1110 C 9 getire fluidly from the bwoluess. Will sell at LAST EDITIO .. N. in three straight beats. Time-85X, 1:10, for the Thechampion Boston. play the Stars, ti I ti t t whi h till remains, and 4 : . - . even that is expected momentarily to give way i ; . FOWL' for CASIL Call tor AtittliTe S30 W alnut purpose of speedily ending the in Covington, on Saturday next. - pireete tint poor. . e . . 1026-tf ' 2:22; 86, 1:1IX, 11:181e; 84, 1:07X. 11:15. . and follow in the wake of Ito predecessor. ' - . -... ' - - The next race, tor the 2:27 class, purse W" The Pioneer- Base-ball Club hoe or- street commissioner Corbett has been noti- '. . .e. WANTED-TO BUY-Standide 'or side- - '" Death at ass ger-fees'eltor - , - 15,000, $2,500 to first, $1,25e to second, LONDON. e , . August 11.-A dispatchfrom wall show-case, from- a to g teeehigb, SARATOGA, August IL-Ex-Governor WO to third, and POO to fourth, was WWI Miranda, Spain, says all the Carlist vile k ganized with the following memberii: fled, and everything is being done to aye the : , ir 'rank Camp, p.; Reuben Croidinus, o.; , d from 4 to Itt feet Mug. Also, box counter, bEitaniannce'et c'yfettilbee lieleitiimt ared,Bil;ittei WITI91. (iheaniltaegrie. :' -, - ,. . rr. ' Wm. A. Graham, of North Carolina, died by Mollie Morris in three strait heats, lages on the Plain of Alava nave sub- Fat. Halefi s s1 Jno. Stiles, lat b.; Chug. . itn or without drawers. Must be cheap. Ad gees C. B. T., this ogles eta , of organic disease of the heart, at Con- Carrie second, Rome third, Belle Brass- mitted to the Government of King Al 0 ti - - greet' Mali, this morning. a - , , Weidmore, ,2e1 b.; J akey Itiles 8d b.; neavY " ' - 4 '"'.,-,' . , ,..... thud fourth. Time, 2:22, 2:24X. 2:24X. Cense. The Carlist forces are (emcee-, Geo. Stump, r. L; Jakey Wilkie, c. f.; , MIKE CORBETT'S CASE. , ,, , ANTED-SITUATION -By, a married ' ----tee- , After the 2:27 race Hisbee & Bros.' trating in Navarre and on the front of ent- hilip George Leppert, I. f. Pruett , F ,.- ., , - - - , ' fWman, who is willing to work at anything; Bersemed Apiecetat. romayear old black stallion, Governor Biscay.. Don Carlos is at Estella. - Reutschler; Vice President, Daniel Sul. ---- :, , , . The. Laborers' Xeet of' the Worthington' , ''- ,, ,". ,, , . an de jobbing, upholstering, aud carpenter Sprague, of Canton, Illinois, trotted an A dispatch from Leo D'Urgel says a 1 hvan; 'Water CarriereChae. Sbrey. . , . . . , . , rk; good aceountAint and book-keeper; sal- NEwBuRT, N. Y.,August it -Twenty- . , law. , , , ry not so much se object eat permanent em- four families here have united to form a -exhiltit beat with the following result: breach of . three metres in extent was a, Street Cor,nmissioner Corbetes algae came up e : i. ', loyment. Address S. E. B., Bee 180. Belle. tetormed Episcopal Charch, ' Bisho,p re q Ft t uarter 86y seciond 84y third, made to-day In Olsana Tower by Jaren- . .."" .10 ConPlotetto tainea Logan Uo., 9. In need. aue-lwe nmmius attended the prelittiluary batteries. Three new batteries will ' Route No. 10 to-day travels the entire 84; fourthetleX,', lulling the in' lie it' 2:21X, sist, 1 for comideration again this enorning before,' , ' - , liquireltaily. Owing to the heat and tits . ," , -,. ., , . tbe best lour-year old time ever made. opete to-morrow. meeting. . . ength of its circuit. front Fourth 'and e - IWANTBD-TO RENT OR Belr-A coun- . ...----..es....-- - ROCHEsTER, August lie-Weather yes- Five thousand Carlists, under General great pressure of the crowd. who wedged ,,. , , , t . Walnut to the East End orChapel street, - , try place, of le to 50 acres,Well located . Dorre aray, assed through jtergo yes- themselves like so many blocks- of weed or z e., . -terday due, and track in unusually good g P , tel convenient w ratiroad and church. House e ,, ., . ' Criglhed. b terday towaru Orgienta expressly to is ur , Waluut Hills, a distance of not less than ,, , stone at the entran&i to the Magistrate's room: ' - - -- : , . II outbulkerigs must be in good order. Seed STAUNTON. VA., August 1L--Yester- condition. The ,2:88 race was won v ' prise Alfousist troops before Leo D'Ur- three ande half miles. ' - particulars as to house, grounds outbuial- 1 d 1 t u ercept convoys. Some bat- This is a long needed Improvement for , . . lebborhood, &c. Address for it8' fru" n-g ' thrott 11 the Big Bend Tunnel, ou the .., ''' e week, J. Lt. , beek-box 0, Cincinnati, O. pu , , tly17-teistwl ' - day, as a - freight trine Was passing Orient in three - straight heats, Dan Ch g k d Ohio esapea e an ro d hi f f a , I, rty eet o Bette R. third Pres- ge an completely shutting out e'very breath of air front ' : ' ' - Bryant second and e , h , f the jury, the Ceurt adjourned to more commVie .. - e ton the favorite, fourth, and only got ' the roof tell, crushing tee engine, kiillue the eighth place In the last heat, 4. Time: , milieus ot t e Carlist Ar-my o the North 1 which the Lozano of Walnut Hells have etre also advancing toward Leo D'llrgel. been lightlug tor more than a year, but . , : ous Quarters in the larger ball In the lower , , ,. , rhe Cartist garrison a-t the latter place the one great stumbler to Route 10, and story of Robinson's Opera-house. which, Ithei ' -, - the fireman, and badly wouilding the en- 2;21it 2:25,. 2;26,eal - - Made a- -.sortie yesterdaye but were to which, perhaps, the citizens are in- kindly offered the Court by Uncle John, Pre. .L . '. . ' r .,WARTEZ)---SITVATIONS. , , ' , Einem -,' -- , --- --, -... , -- , lu tme a L24 ram the nrst neat was wou 'promptly repulette by the Allonsiets, debtett for its speedy completion, Whe ,cisely.at 10:30 theCourt wascalled to order end .- - ' ... tWANTED-81TUAT1ON-As houekeeper , , ...----..........-- , , ' by General Garfield, the second and p a es a c rouit with the- loss of li number killed and Route la, which contem I t i the trial begun by canine the flied witness for . , the demos, Mr. McHugh,. AssistaneComette-' .- -,-, , in a Protestant famile. Acuiress, tor three , , ' , 'Miters Abroad. third. by Clementine, the fourth by , wounded. - - - '- . - , : -.. from the inclined plane, on ML Adams 4 ' flays. WIDOW,145 Clark et. aull-8t , ' Joker and tben Mosby took the race by, ' sioner under mr. Corbett. , - , - . . :CHICAGO. Angtest 11.- An excursion ' across through Walnut Hills to Avon- w ,. Itness said he hal been acquainted with' ' , ' ' elieTANTED -. StrUATION -, 1. first-class partrof the Mississippi Press Associa- three successive heats. The other start- ' a SCUFFLE. ' ' - dale and return. The Weeds of tiles t, yen since last April. at which time Mr. L - ' - ' - tile , . r its boot-maker la open to placed work in tion, comprising nearly thirty editors, er erg w e a , y , . . BI eche Vault Fair Music LONDON, August 11.-The roue& eptbib-e. route have offered every opposition la was employed as a laborer in repairing the - . . e country town. Address P. O. Box 500, and Lady Star. Time: 2:22X, 2:21, 2:22X, Wines a report of a serious so Fillicothe, O., - . atel-et from all parts of Mississippi, accompa- 2:22X 2:28X, 11:24X, 2:25X. - . tween the Russian and Prussian frontier the wav of initinctione and enjoinders to streets by his (McHugh's) order. He had re-' '' advert no instructions front Mr. Corbett about, ' , ' , : nied by teveral ladies, arrived in this ' guards at Donbrows, on the boundary route 14o.10, which only had tne opposite this maa, exzept a general order to emploe , - , - -, 1WANTED-SiTUATION-By a 'good, bon- city this morning. nay will remain in . - ' - BASE BALK. . line between Russia and Prussia. The effect of hastening ILI completion. The rine. b Therpetwoyased. mtobigyntntheatnred abseurybealtievtedits, , '-,'...., ie,' est boy,18 years old, in doctor'e oMeeeor the city until Friday. ' - . . HARTFORD, August 11.-Yesterday at- road is new completed -and the citizens or Walnet Hills rejoice, though note hiernhadederamien Some five week,' pay from Mr. , , e-- eo run errands; best reference giyem Call, Tor , .---.000----- , ternoon, Harleords, 7; Mutuals, O. ' affair was provoked by the Russians, who trespassed on German territo ry. week, at 1,16 Olay street. au11-80 hoViever, witheut some little self-re- corbett himself. as Mr. Corbett made out the , - i .' Comer Blinn keen& ' ' ----vee--11-- Several of the,guards were wounded. , , eleIyANTED-SITUATION-In a wholesale SAYANNelte GA, Augast it -The cor --ese as: rom the Metropolis. , ., - IN EARNEST. roach for having so long submitted to pay retie himsett. or by his &adenine who, , e . - INV grocery And COMMI8SiOn house, to learn ner stone et the Wesley Monument flat time-honored and antigtiated DUI- hanes them to the Clerk, and are then subjected , , '' , - , the business. by a boy 17 years old. Address ' --- Church on leidounts Square, was laid Archibald Baxter & Ca.-Thé Shoe' tbLeOpmeCtle, troumgust 11.-A telegram to ewe, the "bus." to the Board of Improvements for their ape - ,, - . - Me O. LAWS, Barnsville, O. - auil-lit yeeterday afternoon.. " - - --- - , Constantinople states ,,, ,...... previa, and tee money Is paid by ths City.. . - - Cutters-Leader-Burglar's Tools that 20,000 Turkish troops have been dig. pinetassatteZebassen and Xenia railroad. Treasurer or bis assistant. The selection or -, .e., ieft to the Assistant Coate . . - iWANTED-OITUATION-As experienced . ....-----..rnee;.---..-- ,- - , a-Fallures-Aereated. " , , Retched te Mersegoviva by the Way of The , Directors of the Miami v auey misePtionlearr.me,n.was - ... part' , , .. ,. , , grocery elerk se Pitman in an tones by a ,, Deputy Sherif shot. ' " . ' , Guns matt; can furnish reference. Address NEW, YORK, August 11.-Mr. Dwight Blake., - , . Narrowgauge Railroad Company held a Mr, Bernard was called to the stand met 1- .' , .., ' ,, ' . W. D., Ediuburg, Ind. State salary. aullet NASHUA, N II . August 1L-R. ' IC . - a A RECOGNITION'. stated mat he was clerk of Beare of Improve- , ,, i . Williams, Depety Sheriff tor Millebo- Johnson, assignee of the suspended firm ' 11.The Geographioal meeting at the Burnet. House yesterday ments. Witness stated that when the question . . ,- -.,. , . P.utte., August or employing or diecharging the men then at - - - - -.. . ANTED - SITUATION - As traveling rough county, was found' Shot through of ArchibaldBaxter & C9,, states that , Congress bae decreed letters of distinc- afternoon, tbe committee appointed to t agent for some good, reliable house; seven the side this tustireing. ,' ,,, , , " ' , the assets Will considerably exceed the tion to the Navv Department and the I work oa the streets came up, that Mr. Corbett . ,t, .. ' ' ;pears, experieuee on the road; large acquaint- . tbe citizens of Norwood being present to moved to discharge all men then employee - ' e , 'pace. Acidities le 0. Box MN Muncie, Indiana. e----6----e. yironweel-Defolaten, liabilities. Tbe cause of suspension was Signal Bureau at-Washington - . muter with them as to making certain nyen the streets but was decided as out ot ore , , ' '',' . e ' , - '- autlegtj , . e diffloulty or negotiating with Exchange. , . ----------- ohanges in the southern terminus of the der and wile instructed by a vote of the Board' ' , - :' - , , RicatmoND, VA., August 11.,-- Col. Jae. The vessels lying at Brooklyn docks PLAalLEIL to go on with the work. A reference was here . - ' proposed road. , made to the minutes of the Board which col : - ,- . . ' r1TANTED--SITUATION-As a fitst-class Mayo Jek-litate Treasurer, was arraigned laden with grain shipped by Archibald The jon rneymen tailors are boding a - A proposition was made to change the rift miller anti stone-dresser in a merchant reiterated the statement of the witness.. ''' . , on e c at ges of embezzlement.. Iffr. Baxter a Co., and whica were seized on 4 convention in St. Leilis teeminus- trom Bond Hill to Walnut eir. corbett, the defendant, wa8 next sworn'. -- - ,,,e, th' h ' smill; good references. Call ou or address I 'MILT..., H. ROCKWELL,' Findlay, O. aull-3t Cohen, the Commonwealth's prosecutor, Saturday. by the Sherirs, Bitters, have The Massachusetts State authorities Rills, so as to connect With Reek) No.10 Suited be was not acquitiated with the plain.' f - asked that the case be continued on ace been released. 4 ' ' - tiff; never saw him. to his kuowledge, until he -" - . eVITANTED-SITUATION-By a young and count of the absence of several witnesses. ' A general strike of shoe Cutters Is now da afternoon. arrested a dome of the street railroad. - yeeter y . . , . . was tineatened with a suit by this Man for lei": - , ' ' eves eacegetto man, of long exuerienc,o with - Boston lottery dealers. , This road, when completed, will con arrears of woe . when he simply told him to ' e ' . :, . it was then postponed until September expected. Offers ot higher wages have Xenia wite the Dayton and - awe Ina-class wholesale houses of- tbis city, The San Frencisco railroad official; aect at see, ate. He expressed dissatisfaction as to ,, , A .- '' going on bite the work without instruction. ' ' . '- , '' . ,sither in oMee or outside. Reference the best. 80, and the accused held. in $20,000 bail. s been made to tne best workmen, hut bite deny that they know tbe whereabouts of Southeastern road, affording a groat sup , iltddreas W., P. O. Box 1824. att9-8t ' ----esirnee------ e been reftised uuless the demanas of all ply of the bestcoal from the coal Maids Ie addresthe a coinnumcation to the AMU,. .- , .,,, Averies Boad-eing aing Birds-01'11mm strikers are agreed to. - . Woodruff, the big swindler. , . cXyANTED -BiTUATION - By a boy le of Southeastern Oblo, and . opening one tor and to tee Chairman of the Board express- ,' -- ' ing his disappmvat of continuing, the wort' , ,'' .. . - . li T years old, to learn the drug business; bas STeLOCIls, August 11.-AVerY's surety Loader is still in the Brooklyn jall in The eale of the Rockford, Rock Island of the finest districts of ,the State ter ,, . when there was no money, in the Treasury., - - e . d aye mouths' experience; speaks both Ger- bonds have arrived, bet are to be re- default of bail, and awaits his triai for and St. Louis railroad, which was to country homes. Two of witnesses' letters were here read,one to -.' ,' - , . anon and English-; best of references. Address turned for correction. - , , , . perjury in the Beecher-Tilton case. have taken place yesterday, was Peat- This road will run from Cents; Gree ne tyloosreinoglinaten, another to the City Atulatoll, ,, ; .' ..,,. - to ba instructed witil regaid as tO l', ' ' " - , , LAVAL HULL, Miamisburg, 0. . auliest About noon tdoelly U; S. ?dicers seized poned tilt Monday. , ,, . , ., Wm.: Wright and James Henderson, ; county, west and south through that ,Moett about live huu re del ars worth of ma- McConver, Cashier Of s Newark Olen county by Belibrook; thence due south di,charging the men at work. on the streets. e , -- ', , - t -egyANTED --SITUAT - MN By a tinner, of arrested here -some days since, are years; thought te be maned Bing Sing ,con. 6111'1617, tools, &c. used in manutaotute bank, yestercitty assaulted Mr- Thoriortt, 1,0 Waynestelle Warren county; thence These letters, the witness stated, hhd been - ,. '',"' . P v v ton years' experience; has bad five t cetsidered . ing counterfeit DLit at 845 Floyd street, cashier of a New. York bank, at Long southwest to 'Lebanon; thence Bowl- read te the Board of lesprovements at thele . ., ,' - 4 .' - experience in running a shop; a permanent victs. . , . They are believed to Brava. McConver le under arrest. west to Deerfield; thence southwest , regular meeting, whom he also asked for in.' : 4 .!. , . . satiation wanted, best of references. Address - Several families have been driven from Williamsburg. tbrough the extreme southeast corner ot - - - ; pr...s. D'IAKMETT, Cambridge,O. au9-0t WilliaMeen comity, Ill., by outlaws. hays been the property ot Diweneki and Captain Pollook left Fort Laramie yes- that he wag Reties ' : e ., m.,...m......., 0 410. . . his associates, recently, arrested for terday to a . ssume command of the dew Butler county, into Sycamore township, Limier the order li ' - - ' orn the Boarl of Improve-. , - -',' ,. SIXTANTED--SITUATION-In a gmcery or Col..Jugse Lights Out. - ' counterfelting. . , , - ' post in the BMA Hills, temporarily es- this count.), ; thence due south by Sharon meals. Never had held himself personalty, ,- " e , 'i V V notion store, by a single man. 27 years Several failures hive occurred diving tablished to keep miners out. The post g .9 and Mont omerv into Corumbia town.. stile:tic sr.bot responsible to any of the meu employed upon . ' , , - .- , Oki, of steady liabits, with lour years' expo- ST. LOtaill August lli-Col. Joyeej the lab', two da s, the most important ship; thence, perhaps, by Norwood into city work. The men on the streets all know; , N. '7 , glance; will work tor rea,onable wages; refer- iate Interne Revenue Aeent, indicte being A. CastleY& Co., fancy goo. , ds aud will be garrisoned by one company ot in- that they were expected to watt for their pay. . . . - - pea , Addrese F. 0. Box 407, brazil, Clue for complicity in whisky flag trauds, and fantry and two of cavalry. . this city, coming . le so as to connect He had discharged Mr. McHugh M, ay SO, 1 ell ,-. '- ':' ; : ,, - aunty...but., . , , , , ati9.8t under 545.000 bonds, has absconded, tak- J. G.thaw & Co., etationery. 'A' passenger oat' attached to. an East- with Street Railroad No. 10 on Chapel He ha i repeatedly asked for a special feud for . ,, s, .. , C., . Simpson, a Broadway broker street. - - - . - - is ersonal ro ertv amount. ail b p p p , , ern bolind train on the Denver and South the improvements of the streets, so that he ' ' fee- ,, NV ANTED-sITUAT ION-A man 'educated 1 ag ing to 4100,000.. It lit believed he has has been arrested on complaintlif IP'. Park railroad was thrown from the track , ----,--mt.....,---: could be governed by that. .- - , i . - . - - ,et center College. Ky.. desires a situation Delando, cathier ot the bank at Great ', LATEST .LOCAIA ' near- Deuver. James Smith.' Western Ile continued the work when he knew there-- ' ,- , ,- . ,' - ea airkeadetny or High School, to teach Latin, gone to Catiada.. Detectives are after ----- Barrington, Mess., who charges him ,with ' was no money in the Treasury t) pay them. '' : , - , .i.; - e Greek and Mathematics, or to have have of st him. , - , Union Telegraph repairer, was thrown ' , private school. . Address, at oncetat ETA, - ,.....-....-.,.......,,..,...-..,......,....--,,,- ,, being complicated in rebbiug Deland() , He had employed in the spriug between Ave . -,, ' beneath the car and instantly killed. W. T. MARSHAL, charged with Illicit distill- hundred aud six hundred inc. is being tried before V. b. tommissioner roils had been about 29,000 or $7 OW a week, ' . - ,, emu it.day; tbeay , . ', A, .:--' ' s KmaiNs covingtou, Ky. sus-at . . yreeh Fires,. . - - of 110,000 in bonds at the city Li Des Among those who received fatal injuries Moines. . t , BELFORT, 'Vie August 11-AL fire hire. Jehn Lane and daughter,. of .- - Halliday. 6 milking for the month about 180,00 , all told. ,- , ' . ,, ,, ' ' IrKTANTED-BITUATIONt-By a younc man " - - - - --- A sudden and heavy shower broke are , broke out this morning in a wooden row tee. timony and moved, before putting their - ' .. I el V who is willingeo go inty place:. under- - over this city at 6 o'olock this morning, Denver. . ' ., ' - Tug alarm from boX 48 at noon le-day was The defense stated that they had no further ' ' ,le g e building at by a trillin blaze in soin - Maude street-earring. gardening, horses, cows. of buildings at the West End. The ffames lasting about tweuty minutes. The sky --, A large body or Indiens who have re- rnsed ' the h d f ti Co ' e ' . . -and general work:good references. Address were subdued, however, in a couple of , , it. 48 Eget Fourth.. Loss 25 cents. - , comps in au a o ie urt, that the JurY ' - ',,- be dismissed untilt o'clock, which was doue. ' .. , -- le still Weedy and threatening a renewal cently joined the Mormon Church are ALL trains are no resumed on tbe Ohio & e . TAL J. B.. care, of Y. LC. A., cm. Sixth and Elm hours. - Loss on buildings about 2 80e , of Jest weekai coutinuous rale. The threatening to make trouble at Corinne, Miseissippi Railway, aud trains W111 TIM , ....., x , le." , ' ',. ' lama& ', , - -,, ault-et ana ciii stock about PAM. - i . atmosphere is close and murky, with on the C. P. railroad. They have sup- threteith tom Cincinnati and Se Louis without . - 116 PfrkiNga. ''' t '4''''' ' ' ' ' INIIT'' ANTED-siTuATIoN-By a respeeta. SPARTA, hi wit.; August 11.-A lire this scarcely a breath of air, and'very warm. plied themselves with ammunition and - -", ' ' ' - tree. or, aa heretofore. " . ., Wm. J. Schutt, a brewer. twenty-sit years ,. ' . e -' ' i VI' ble widow lady with one Mad. as house- morning destroy ed the extensive ware- and sent tbe squaws away. Gov FINANCES AND FAILURES. , ., '' guns, A CIASOLINit lamp exploded last night about old;who lives on Main street, near ---Ilhs--rty' -7 '.: ' ';--: . , "teem; ,can give good reference; has no ob- house or H. Grevelang & Dorman. Lose sweets but besides a big gore t i the occupauts - - ' . . ' '' . ernor Emery has asked for a company of a seclocit in a bateery ou Broadway and Liberty yesterday morning at 4 -o'clock, entered tag -' . - 2 ' , , patio to go a snort distance in the country; $10,000. . ,' , , . - . , ,, NEw YORK, August 11...4-A special from soldiers to be seut to Corinne for the . - ' - 'wages net so much an object as a good home. . ..---..----.............-------A.,,-, , London says rumors or financtal domes- elegem z Incase call or &Wrest' K. A. Se 140 clay street, e Heavy morns, mew cot,0. ,,, ,. sion are disturning the dnancial market. tection of the eo le -,-, - , pro p p . . , 4 ,, .,... . - 690 . Baca . street near - Findlay ' -'. : .. ,, . of the Prentiss) crested uo d ' ' emu. ,' store -- of Cherice , Smith -, as , - ,,, . ' Gad story, in rear. - - ; ' aull-ste - Tug wholesale clothing store of Daniels, and , ,: attempted , to carry. , oll '- ''" ,,, , , - ----.... COLUMBUS, GA., August 1L-eA very. ' ' , -esie.--ee , ., elinissements Nichols it Company, lee West Fifth rerceewits , ,, , 1 , - a b it fill 4 tit I bi Chinawa e; ' -- e wi tome va ua e re. . . ' - '-' ' ' rabbel late Tuesday afternoon of two valuable 1- it Just as ,..- , i. ,..- --- Iva BALE., -, ,. heavy storm ha . p sea over tide A nuinber,'-of tablets, , written upon -,the. Grand , Opera-house was again He was, hewever , detected a ,d pursued by ,, - , ... coats. No clueeo the h party as as trot, 'been , , ice , The r n , ..---.e.----,----------e--- city, or one hour's dust I , Itt and carefuily arranged la an ivory box. crowded to ovefitowing. laid evening by obtaiued. . . , Smith, but escaped. During the day he Wad ,-,- ' '' . .- , , ' : ' npos sALEeou'rE-4k good route in this fell in torrents, acoompanied by tteavy have. been discovered in the rum ol arrested on a warrant by Lieutentiat Ridge- - - , - i thu d , - - -. --,. , - 'X IRV on this paper. . -.. t , 4 auli.iii n er- ,-' - - - Pompeii.. They contain receipts for pay- the elite, the Enierion's being trill' W .. Wu BRYANT, 'charged with having counter- waY and Culler Tuxworth and Omen to Bre. .,' , - , feit nickets In his possession with intent to de-- men-street Station where a charge of burglar3r . - :. ileum Swift, Gerphy & Co.' received inente of money, aud boar the consuls'. umphant, ae they deserve to be. No fraud has not et been rearrested. The per- was 1 ced ' b M ach ' ' " . , p a Wallet la MIL 0, M1Lt e; ,..; . - .. , , , ';., . i Oa 8 AL E -.RAILROAD TICKETS -. today the first bale ot new cotton from date, with the name of the day and the, other troupe gait boa ever visited our ticulare of ale lOrtaat arrest wilt be foundin timates his loss at twenty-nine dollars. in the r - - - ' ' Bought, Sold and Exchunged. 110W & S, ki. Ðicitinsoli & Co., Near Lauttillat mouth, and the amount paid. The tablets city has done more- than this' to elevate our Court CUllinite. , Pollee (emit, this morniug, the charge of Mire. .' .' . - , '0.00 West Mild etreet. . - .....--- tyle-tt Florida. It -was raised on ,the plant. ere evideutly accounts and irom the the tone ot minstreley,- lifting 'it above . AN employe in Hairs sate ffti3tory, whose lary Was changed to that of petit laremiy. Les - , .- 'i i t s ,. , r tion of Amos Mayes, aud classed as good way in which they are kept there ean be the !ere' ot common variety allows. naine we were usable to learn, had two of the was sent to the Work-house for thirty days ' ,- - . -- ' - It IALE-CAWRIAGES-eNow and sec- . , -- , dinar or y. Messrs. Flourney, & Mottrete doubt that the spot where. they were Upon every night of their periormanci Angers of his ,right hand crushed about ti aud lined ility dollars. , , . ; , .. , '''' end baud, in great variety. For bareains ' sail at 10 and et 1Vest Seventh street. GEO. C. , received onebale mom. the saute place. found was tee site of a Roman banker's toe most relined and Intelligent audi- I o't ock to-day by being caught between the Mary Traucis , who did the cutting on the A - rollers of a machine for etre' htelun n g ;; g Ji0 persen of Mrs. Hopkins, in a Sixth street dog- , , .. ' ,s.;;!.., AIILLES & bONS, .. - . , , sepl-tf .,, , ,-"--r---- ' , , bolls& - - , . - ences that have ever graced the Grand . . . . . l dat11116 '' - -4 - ItePy, was arraignel in the Ponce Court on a , ... ' - Breaell of Prelates.' ,' , '' - , .0 -' . , Opera with their presence have crowned R KALE-SALOON STAND-An old-es : The farmers of Calirorula are sore its seats' and aisles, 'many being Content Wm.' tAPPlt, arrested by Milk inspector charge of disorderly conduct. Her cash Iran 14 . '- - i TRENTO N 'J ' A tit' Alb' zee . .., - eget; ..9,- ert - Ebel sole and Jaime Riggs by Officer klnig, continued titith-morro morning. e e e, ' '- '. toblished saloon stand, oit Main street, in . J3 an, the onlyaion &nil heir of 31 t' II troubled, not wita locuete aud potato eveu to obtaiu standing roman - ' - -, reenneld, O., tor ON population, 2,000; lot 18 til D -B - ra' --. bu s but with squirrels. They exist in - Tne f f th h d at Ninth street this ahem b - - Were kni;e0 . 000, e Paine Arnold, for abusing his reality, Was - ,- by 105 feet. 'Lerms easy; bine ported. Address san . odd urin, who bought the els- g s per eating o se ouse ana pros ISM the first two nulkmen who were puiled in sentenced to the It ork-house ler twe month?, .i; , ' ' P. O. Box fil, Greenfield, O. Alden gent mansion , add-grounds or the late some portions of the thaw in snob num- gramme,- though not essential Se the suo- for selling milk without a permit. . Tease ar- and lined els. For resisting theollicer who at- , ' .' --:' ,. - 1 Judge Field,. at Fritter:am, N. .1.aail bets as to destroy all the cultivated ems or a troupe like tbie, is quite a rests were made ac,cAndiug to q resolution tempted to arreat him be was sent out for the ,, e ' , - - , elt OALltr-LAND-50 mesa prairie land; yestairctiq itYresta, lind gave bonds in tr - - - - - crops.' is preposed to tax the property pleasing feature of the entertainment, fieesitsrttycistoterdayeatternoon by the Board of same number of daye and tined GA , , - ; , ti arties gave bed for their a - -- . , . good aimed on same; in thiettysettleci the sum ei a30.000 for his'anpearence be- of min kiideuts to get a fund to eltir- being a etep iii the right direotion, for . r pee ance al taloPeolice tourik P Lieutenant Smith, of the Brem5n-strcet Sta. '' . .peighborbood, lir. Adair county, lowa, near fore the Supreme Court ot 0018 inet' t minatetilenk , , e - i ..- e which the people or Cincinnati should - ' " . 0 . , , tion, on Tuesday, about two o'clock, made a .., --. '', ' - . comity-scat. ur will tra,le for horse and light Om e a MB to-daýwhat appearei to be a raid on the comers saloon next to Schicklinees ' ' ' .aptiog-evegen. Address ewe, 'hie emoo . put in special bail to' answer ' at an. - - ..--,--,-,.....a...-- . , , &batik manager Mack, The performance ieir aa,1,1 of 1,,,,we suar was placed on eat place on Vine st 'eet, and took ia th ' - ' ' e proerie-: -4 , - .-- . - . ij 1444 , - -- suit 01,Aliee Worse; of rrinoeiod, in the - A tatber fearing aa earthquake in the needs no comment. To say that Bille ot the desks and mark "'ems sugar, new tor, John D:inueltes, . on the charge. 't '- , , . , , - .--,..------.e----,----------, sum ,e $00,900, for , beeaca of promise. region of bis houte.seat ithi two setts eo Elnerlon's song ana ealsce With With- crop, eau be laid down here for flee per lb." ot keeping , a - - disorderly ' hones -1 , '' 7' - ' . IMICIR SALE OR EXCHANGE-FARM-59 The,erffer wetted to bell was granted by a distant friend's until the peril Would out fault woulta be Stieertluoug; or, to It e as duly eaainined. attd demussed by gat-- The arrest waa made an eemetaint of tele . , , e, -, elle acres-House 8 roomst barn anti crib; goed the Suaremp Court Commiasionei' npon be over. , A few weeks After the, tattler say that Arlingtou'e stump Speech Waa eery WM anti Were, anti Was Anally found to neighbors, who Maw that their pestle is same . , , . 'reeds uoar station; churchca, schools, ac. an- silloweit of -the - plaintiff alleginF a received tbis letter from hie Bleed: original and witty M the extreine, would aa a common article of salt mixel with a little tinually amturbed by tee noises thate.naasta , - st, . 1 ' horses, cows, warns, and fanning' utensilat erst-class sawdu a In appearence was all from that saloon. In the Police Court Deane , ' , - Janeiro of W. ti. t, b 1 d th 1 sa el e,mueatax, at oho. , ase rau upon a pall Of the defend. Please take your boy' home and send be equelly so- We can on y y that right. As to taste see Ed. Miller, hog.. ol the kes w sit d ed e - -, , . as. u s guilty and was fined $10 sulk ' '''' ' attegt , - aut. - , - , , , , e .down the earthquakee,,, , ,-, ,- , - Russell, Rico, litimi4e, fold, tu fact, each Lolumelow. . 00,,,,,,, - . tia - . , . , ,. , , , .- , . , - , ,, ,s . . - , . , . . , , ,, . , . . , . , . , . , . , , . , v . . . . . , , , , , i , r,,,, - ' ., -El . ,c , ,, ,,, , y , , .. ,, 0 ,; .. .., ., , , ... ,, , , ,.,.....,.., , .. , , ,... , , , .. ....,.. . . ,, , ,. .,. , r A 4 -I . DAI . ..., .,, . , , , , , NA . -,... ,, , 11.1) :co:' .1..... '' '.' . - . i .- , , . . . . . . . . , . , 1 -,F, . , , , . . , , ''. . , , , , , . , . . ,.. , - ;,,,., ....- . T ,0 . , ..-...-..-.., , ,. , I , . , ' , , . 4 .. , . . , . . ' . 4 -"FEN VENT'S - . - . , ft.:VOL S 1 , t Phil WEEK . '-. . , , . . , . "' , ' 'WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 11 1875' 9 9 4 . , MINGLE COPY i IkTfl ' (1,' a . Imo CENTS., lilt k.s ULF . , , , WA'ATEID-14.11SOELLANSOUS. ' . Good 7 king for Ptifoburg tend Whom . . , . PrOltu the Ohl Werld AT vim Con4ntion of the National Grand . - - Grove of Druids this evening the r,,portg of the , , and every one acq ".- -1,- ...... LOST. ' ' Á August 11.--The lines of . . , artists of world- wtitdi tee dr ebpi mu :alit na a oLnlidÝ . ;, . , - ' - ,'' - ,, , , TRAYED-COW-Prom the subscriber in PITTSBURG' standing committees w,?re he:rd and acted I , filWiNTVIllo-131,1Y )1 YOUR. HAT5 OF Miamiville, Ciermont county, on the 7th the A. & F. Telegraph haye been ex- agarq upon. The new constitution then came up for - , Pl4lt11,14; aitaB dfx Fifth sta , bill-tt , Inst. a wnitA3 cow, speckled about neck end tended to this city. a'ad an ottice for ER FAILURE. LONDON, August 11.--Shaw & Thomp mdoo.etTahmosueswinngo Radumdirreemii consideration but up to three o'clock DOillilig , ' , , " ' ' shoulders; came m trash only a few weeks ar. business was opened todity, nil sue edwt recee I alkea.ÿr al Ou t ei 1.re, II a a been decided upon wIth regard to it To- 7 son, engaged in the iron trade, have , -----a------- morrow the grand pmcessiou marches hem - . should Visit the Grand tit IttITBIS-4011 TO 00 TO-,G. SCHILL rly Information leading to her geeoverror del v- ,,,....,--. . Impairft Appolatmerste-Slam Board of ery will be suitably rewarden. H. W. LEEN- c - , L.W. Carpet Weaver, 281 West Sixtb at. ER, mieraiona, 0. , alta,gt ted at A,I20 000 ' BASE-BALL. . failed., Liabilities. estima , . It is not believed their assets will net - Druid Hall at 9 o'clools, sharp. The day will .; . ,' be spent at the Lookout LIOUSJ In speaktug and , . , - . i - , Llytin-tfl . , - ,, ' Agmenlittre. . more than oo,opo. . . lito Games Yeotordav-Tho Games To,. danoing. . . . , , , ; .. ' , , s. . , . Special to the mar. , i day-And Other &mese of Interest. , Vita following cases were disposed oi In.the , - :''' A VIVO .1-, A.' TELEGRAM ' INSTNU- , BIKiT-Sountler and key. Address Ail NIK . BOARDING.. . FUNERAL OP HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN. COLUMBUS, On August it -An Un CoyENHAGEN, Atiguat 11.-11ae funeral The base-ball world that stood, ex- afternotorsession of the Police Uourt to y. , , Thomas McMullen. disorderly conduct, $8 and , . - . , e ,4, p. B..B., Cuminineville, O.-null-St . OABDING-Cotintry, Dear station oionvey. known man wan run oYer St Bibbard's of liana Christian Andersen, the Danish peotant yesterday Over two Coming coAs; Thomas Hannan. petit larceny. dis ' , . ' , owe to and from), location hign, beautiful, missed; 14. orooloh, permitting a, nuisance, 1 , . , WAN-MO-GIRL-German who ean cook ealthy, abundance of home comforte. Ad- The State Board ot Agrioulure is in novelist. toot plow in this city to-day. games between the White Stockings and and assist in wasbing and'Ironmag; refer- dream A. L. W.,Zailford. Llermont comity, O. session-arrenging tor the State Fair. Tho servinalW at the church were of the continued to 14th inst..' J I D is ad Its '' , u la av , u ry, . , . the Stars on the one hand, and the Mit. dismissed; Malan Symms, harboring "' .. , rims required. Apply at el John at. atili-2t . ieull-84 , , most solemn and impressive character. - vicious dog, $8 limit costs; Pat Kernan, asault ,' . - ., Statien yesterday, and Imd his arm eilt Tbere was an immense assemblage f0rd and Bed Stockings on the other, arid hatierv ditmissed: . Catherine Kern ' ., , .' WANTED-STOVE-To buy! parlorheat- oil. , Both present, including members of the royal Were doomed to dikappointment. same, 115 and costs. , PaCilialloy, same, con- .. - , . ing stove with Mamma pipe. Address, TOR BENT. The following appointments are no- families. The daY WWII obilerýed as a were failuree in point of interest Or bril- tinned' to August il; J. IL Lenox and Stott , - ,- 'Elating twice, ite, J. A.D., P.O. Box laill,,City. . Hunt play. Gordon, disorderly conduet, each Viand costa .. - ' , (auil-Sti VOR RENT-A COTTAGE-Of three large nounced by Me Republican Stnte Exec- day of national mourning. . utive Com itt G R. B. Eaves m ee: en. , The game between the Stars and Chi- The cession lasted till three o'clock. , , , , , , . , Ji: and pleasant rocons, No. 111 Deal et, sit- -- THANKS AND CK)OD WILlo 1 4VANTED-TO NNOW-Weere rubber toy natal at the head of Broadway, two mamma an o . 1 d C 1 Wil lam M. Grosvenor, Mont- Cagos was especially devoid of interest, ---,-,----ee-,.--. , batmen' can be bought by the quantity. above Libert C II to y. a -morrow, or a arr s t4s ,Li t Feller, Williams county, Friday even- DUBLIN, August 11.--The Irish Rifle b it eing apparent from the start that the 4 "WOO FJra . . A Ns W. K., P. O. 'Box am, liamilion, Ohio. , , aule-Sti ng, August 20, Williams county, Fri- Association held a speolal meeting last ' - Stars bad met a club that was their eu- The alarm of fire from box No.88. about eve . ' fault-at .day evening, Ingnei, el . . night and.passed resolutions of Wanks perior at every point. Dienes pitching o'clock this morning, signaledquite a destruc- , ,,., - . NITA NUM-PARTNER-4 'nave about S5000 WANTEDTRADES. The following announcements ere to the American Rine Team for the was -ineffectual against the batting of , . , We are' at Nos. 80 and 82 Budd street. west of ' ' V V that I wish to Invest in some safe and le- made by the Democratic State Execu- prizes Presented by them to the Irish the Whites, who, in the second inning, - ' Ohtani() business. ÁRItil,8811 AL W. (.;., LOCAL.. IITANTED-PAINTING-C. F. Lenten- tive Committee John Ir Follett. Xenia, Itille..Team. Resolutione of regTet at scored eight runs: even Prather was not , mirr. The engines responded as promptly as ., ', . ' - - , r box OA. City. ault4t V V schmeger. house and sign painter. works i. . , . . . n, 1.f.. n ntrtintr with tha AmArittittut anti pir. ....... kaa ..,,.1 .....A.,.,1 "t .,,.,,,,ii.n,,,. MUM. but before any wnter could' be tbrown ' , , , ictly ' s by ; ntos k No. ', ert; : a es lam. ; ling. 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