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Imullz211111 I k'aurnill iyitu"nu Tudnia"nlnnilAIV Ind I: P! "18-1,AmAvr CINCIIINAIL 0' It m" a ;mots rt s ..r. Ameek in; k e -au . re a tit tr lot " r " Emersoi' Cilifõinia , Minstrels" NESDAT ATIGUST 11 T CIRCULATION IN TUB CITY. , Probably fair find cooler ths next 24 Isom ' , - , LOCAL BREVITIES. . Mixirosi Gres, Es9., has returned fronl his trip to California. ' Tux mortality report for the month of Jail shows the number of deaths to be MIL Mx. M. B. DAVIS, with Maddox Ho - hart A Co., arrived this morning from net Springs, Arkansas. His -health la sixth improved. ,' JACOB JUNG, a painter residing at No. Mulberry street, waa seriously injured a fall from a soaffold In Camp Walsh ton yesterday., SCHILLING and Adam Seyfried, elrgentaro, mstde an assignment Ao-day ilharles,Jacob, Jr., for the benefit of ' their creditors. , Bond, $1,600. . , WiLLtAal WCOLIINH ACP; a lad thirteen years old, has been missing since set Sunday morning from his home on the eoutheast eorner of Elm and Longworth Meets. . Jets GRAHAM, thediver, yesterday , esinoved the obstructions in the culvert under the tract ot the M. & C. road. be . taw Eighth street,. The water is now napidly flowing olf Into Milloreek. t Bs". C. H. MANN,' pastor of St. Mar ' ,IlinPs Church, 'at Bedamsville, celebrated , , golden wedding yesterday.. A hand silver tea service wai presented to reverend by the eongregation. I A Lime boy oi 0.'13. Gillette, No. IN Sims street, near Clark, fell from a sec ond story window, yesterday afternoon, , alighting upon a cellar door, receiving, Mb thought, fatal injuries. 71118 morning, about ix o'clock, an ' express wagon and horse were stolen on - Race street between Sixth and Seventh. Mb, property belonged to John Harting, - reirryresides on Vibe street below Mul- ' lirtrandins of milk, who have not ob ed a permit from the Board of tan:. tdr. Brared oref - , saltdb,yeweitellr,dacadoboyrdtihneg silo leuatlitobn9 - arrested and proseouted by the Milk I I .atedlahn 'MILT, a man who bag been , rouirftveral cessions before the Police was again arraigned this morning tor stealing44 from a man named Henry !BOUM, atliTo. 67 East Front street, yes larday. He was sent to the Work-house toe thirty days. Ma. Joni( SIMMER, of Chicago, will de rtraean address to-morrow night et r Bali tiarden to the workingmen 1 this city, with a view to the establish . nt ot a general Socialistic Winking Association in Cincinnati. The - address will be in German. . ArS0Texu slide occurred on the Cin-natal and Baltimore railroad last even g, in' the vicinity of Gest street, and g e trains are to-day running' over the - , H. & D. road. The necessary repairs pre, however, being made, aud the trou ble will be only temporary. . !'t Tuomits ALIAS MOBBIELARKIN was ar rested yesterday, and arraigned in the Police Court this morning on a charge of .. Weorderly conduct. Larkin is the party - mho did the shooting night before last . the saloon on the corner of Betts and - Ster streets.- Ile was louncl guilty and . fil and costs. - 1 4 ThANNIS MZGAN, mate on the steamer tairJ. Hale, whild standing on the O. i. track, near Riverside, yesterday afternoon, and watching a passing train NO the Indianapolis & Cineinuati road, leaa truck by a switch engtne and seri ClinJured in the, head, besides bay ue leg broken near the knee and his MIMI wrist dislocated. ' . ' 1 CORDRIEJA WAD and another woman tcned Louisa Hopkins yesterday after were drinking et a low saloon 011' Mt& street, between Plum and Central 1t. Some difficulty having Arleen, h, flailed Mrs. Hopkins to the back - Sem and aimaulted her with a knife, out 2. Mg bier in the head, face and hand. The petted. are pretty severe. 1 ibis Republican Aoti-Intiation Club. al the Teenty-third ward, organized - bast night by eleeting the following offi. et President, Henry Kessler; Vice ' dentsDr. B. Stanton, C. F. Muth, ' P. Loge and Arthur MII; Becre-, , , , Frank A. Crippen; Treasurer, E. ' tInest., Tbe objects of the Club are: IN to advance the interest of the rethe only one to which we ean . for the honest and economical ad-1 atinistration of our affairs, State and ' National; second, to secure by all hon - viable means the election to office of Mem of known ability and integrity. ..---' i Slut Filiman Palace Car Company yore victimized recently by one Charles , IL Curtis, Cashier of the Cincinnati Di Vision. Curtis left the city rather slid ,. , y, taking with him-the total receipts one day, amounting to about 815,000. ' ,, be authorities have kept the matter E et, expecting that Curtis would be emboldened by their reticence and , vr himself up, which ate did yetter risme - y St rTmreentrutoni; oNfewthii.leorzy. , aDeeeteerodt7e telegrams reoeived by Assistant .. ;raven hao been employed to -attend to . itile Matter, 'and lett this . MOIlling for .. Celumbus to procure a requisition from - Gov. Alien to the Gevernor of New Jer - Ma contract for the foundations of - like Tennessee river bridge was awarded leeterday afternoon to McMahan, of Blausten, V irginia, and Condontof Knox? Tennessee, as their bid of $181,280. - CAtioundations and masonry, in IWOITO , ' separate pieces? will include nine thou-, tour hundred (Able yards of work. coffer dams will be required to 'put , wit the foundations. Two pieces ot shore work will rest on rook founda . ; She south abutment will rest on foundations. Piers No.1, 3, 8, 4, 5, I , ' east 1. and the rest piers for the 4 . &raw span, will restos solid rook. The material for tbe masonry will he of the boos quality of limestone. ,. - . Tun MIALTN OFFiCtit was yesterday n in the meeting of'. the Board - . Ingal"thi, instructed to Invite an early - I Meeting of the Board of Improve Ea. and Sewerage. Commission. to press upon a virtual Gonne of procedure , , dee the purpose of repairing damages ' god averttog the dangers arising from , rlate overflow oi Milloreek bottom. i:ei port 0f the Health Officer oa dill-, '' owes submitted. - It advises the - , a. of. some measures to guard - . egernat the dangers that will -arise from ' lbw dampened walls' of houses and un airmileeeme cellars, and from the refuse ' , liaeilter gathered from the gutters, streets, - I wee. elosets, dwellings, slaughter - freers put inanuthotoriee, and depos : Lod to ibe bottoms by tin backwater. ,, . , . - At the Giles. - ..' , , , , ' 'Tim sollowlug are the prominent ani-- -- xi!! ft tlittutttn 40uo."3 . , H. . Ft, v. Bliss, 81. Louts, No.; 1(.. 111...loOlesOstg sly; Goo. Curtails, r.lit!lok.W.Litei.yrf.Jobton.Lou.tirduee - and weighs, boxed, 955 pounds, Every Fist !. - , ''';:t:' I ' E. - ''' ' 1' RICE- - 411-D 711;48LT, a man who has been MATTRESSES. - 4,11"Laitet DamaskTowels (Half Bleac- lied). at P per dozen, Cast 12 89 to iMport. ' - is fully warranted for live years. Send for II- , - German Linen Damask Towels, extra heavy quality,at 18 per dozen, usual retail price a lustrated maser, hi which we refer to over '. , ' '!;- 4' - : -1' , . routrztterel cessions before the Police Idelanchton, estimated oost, 7,000. . . , ,' ,;'t t ',' - I was -again arraigned this morning Jobn J. Dellan six two-story brick houees on northeat oorner of Cutter and Conrad Schuster, addition to ftame. at SPRING MATTRESS! $ and 14 el . 1,000 Bankers, Merchants, Do., (soms ot : , -; -, --, ! - , IF atealing44 from a man named Henry AR-Linen Damask Towels (Bleached) at 18, $4 and 15 per dozen, good value at 64, 15 and Ft whom y.ou may know), using OUr ?WIWI in a .. , . 566 East Front street, estimated cos clytnruti lif A 1 "i : i,,it ,-. Ortiett, at-No. 67 East Front street, yell- .."1. All-Linen Toweling at 8lio, 1043,12mc and Illo per yard, usual retail price 100, plichallio and lit Statetiihrd territories. Flea. se sate whore yott ..,., Z ' - larday. He was sent to the Work-house t'l 01-111Atill MATTRESS! s s Large Size En lish Toilet. Quilts, now and handsome patterns; at telt, lal, til 26 an 84 60 ea saw a no 00. V. Leferd, addition to t to ft' ' WO4 ry ame, oqualtolhe grades sold usually at PI 50,14, 64 60 and $6 el . . . At IL CLOISTERMAN a CO.'8, ' ', U; 8; PIANO CO., 810 BROADWAY, N. Y - - ,.? , -, gor thirty daps. -' :4- t t ... . on Washington street, between Boone ..., .., . DUI bile B Sureado at 11 each. usual retail price 81 65. . ' "--L ' L 1. -' - Ma. Joni Sumba, of Chicago, will de- and Engine-house,. estimated cost, IWO. ""'"'"" No. 71 West Fifth street. White Wool Blankets, slightly soiled, at 64 00 and 16 per pair worth, if in good order, 66) al 60 ltte4-81,Slettv,121 - , '7!444: , - .- i Plat an address to-morrow night at --........--- . , . and 113. , , . " , . - ' FANCY GOODS. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF . ' . ' y , TONIC ELIXIR. - . ' , -. . . .. .' I,- ', , -,, - Thrner Hail Garden to the workingmen - TROUBLE AT BEADING.. ' --'.7 '. , . this city, with a view to the establish ' ',It'-- ' . - . NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! LADIES' PARASOLS AND SILK SUNUMBRELLAS . RifftroilITEuxilia 1. .., . nt ot a general Socialistic Wouking- rho Furniture etas comnots chamber go . . Entire stock marked down, regardless of cost or value. Good time te provide for the wants , A,t 09 (petit &kir. , !.it i . , Association in Cincinnati. Tile be bold en as ligeeenstion. IIE CROQUET SEEs of another MOO& . . , , . li '' ' "' ' 41 ' - - adtiriee will be In Clarinets. . In the early part of last autumn, -Con- T . . ISAVENCOME. sairtat, aoxiv or QN," - ''',2:,- ,hii - ANOTHER slide occurred on the Cin- e are opening new goods in great variety. - . ' 't,:qt. ,,,,Yi'l ' , -nasal and Baltimore railroad last even- radArpel, a resident Of the WHOA little jobrDoult forget theplace, , . THE GREAT SALE OF GENTS' WRITE DRESS SHIRTS. m on COlittINS RE'E IIICEIONIC: ,' , LIQUID EXT1 CT OFABEg . .,, - ,i g in' the vicinity of Gest street, and town of Reading, cut down a large eine i aust-Imoo 80 West Etna Street. . Remember we are selling gents, White Dross Shirts, made up from best Wathoutte u Wsheirtshavioer aoll esipzenseaanedveirn etiolialtoreountresttayilleis,A LI 1 -O.7-I ,,, -1 ' . '- . ' --- , , 0 trains are to-day running' over the NUMICS8(1nN IMETO ':, ', , ter ot weeds that were growing rank In eorn with or without studs. Theoe shirts aro well made, are out to lit, are elegant- '7'1 . . TEA itayh.naditakeu,anioondrbeLledinw, '.,!. . ; s - , H. & D. road. The necessary repairs premises. :hid almwre, wnliettgonudt6euxfficle'patti on1,65theae cbtle.e.t VEM 'IN NWIE BICSIOCT RA tal. . ,, , , ,t,,. . ,li , . , pre, however, being made, aud the trou- an eller la the vielaitY ei ble ,. This, in the opinion of Mayor Bella- Covington and Nesvport Delivery America. . ,.. . .. 41 ' ' ," , , ' , Ins will be only temporary. . - . of the Great Itt lendid assortment of gents' Alt-Linen Collars, all sizes, at $1 60 per. doien; usugl retail. Ithrt" . 1 41 . -, , P ii.- :'; IL 11 kabsp, of' Reading, Mr. Appel had not price, 20c each. (bir rands ' dolph's process.) , ..i..... . : ,,; - . TillOktAll ALIAS NOBBIELARKIN was ar- quite a rightto do, and he scoordinfly . rrot. 0 late von, , . r 8 Is . ' ! ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY . srriLL uNnErt, HE Arowxy 01011, ' ' racial: of notra, ' ,;-.4.; ' tested yesterday, and arraigned in the had Mr. Appel arraigned before h In; 1, . s A It ' ' ' '' ' :, . so, '7 .,, . ' - , talc Court this morning on a charge of brand aim guilty, and sentenced illus to Every Friday. Send row. orders by epsT Ewe ','''v.... ! Wsorderly conduct. Larkin is the party the Work.house. entail card to 44 Weat wins street, GREAT SPECIADSALE OF PLAIN AND FANCY , FLANNELS.. t. krackthgro4d. : . I. ; :, ,,-,:: ,,,--,, i ,,,. ' ,: - , who did the shooting night. before , last . This proceeding on the part of the tinclunati. - , - ir24-1111. These goods are of recent purchase., mid by virtue ot having bought thera daring the raldat h.', 't! 4 ' , -- - the saloon onthe corner of Betts and Mayor, however, wet with a reverse on . - Der streets, Ile was tound guilty and tile part of Appel, and he at once ap- BOOKS AND-MATIONERT. tithe dull swoop, we are ceabled to offer the following , - . , ,I, 1,.4.1 I (.10 , , . 7 , .17, 07 . .. ,, ,..,, , - - ' , UNMISTA.HA.131..E DA.I1G-AINS! To 'wit; . ' 41,1;04 0. , . ,14,, , to , , -'- ; : 7 - . : '' 1 , . ,- so and costs. , - pealed the case for final decision $o the NE W aND STANDARD BOOKS, in . t 4--- , , .. 1. LONNNIO Machin, mate on the steamer Court of Common Pleas. In last Juli Waite All-Wool Flannels at 200,25o. Vac, goo, and 05o por yard; email in quality to the grades 4 o. oti -site , 4. ,I,, . -... every branch of literature, Fine Station- that will besold thirty days nonce at 26o, 80c, fie. 500, 06c, and 110. , 4,-, ,.: - -I,' . - - beim. J. Hale, whild standing on the O. the matter came up in the Courts, an Plain All-Wool Red Flannels at 20e, zee, and 86c per yard; equal to the qualities tbat Will be , 4.111., . , !,."":"' ' r,- ' -:- ' illi la. track, near Riverside, yesterday the proceeding of the Mayor of Reading ery, Ladies' Note Paper, Visiting Cards aced when tins fall season opens at 26o. 80c, and 46e- - . . i --.0: . f, ', - r' ' ' afternoon, and watching a passing train. was Maid to be beyond ble juriediotion. and Card Cases, Pocket,books and Cut. Gray Twilled. Flannels at 20c, 250, and 350 per yap', excellent value at 250, 85c, and 450. ' .: , si , I , 4.1 pie'd gunnels at kec lac. 110c, 40c, and 110c per yard; same Tisdale, will be sok) thirty days ': ,,, II, , , , , . 1- ,. i .' . , : ps, she Indianapolis is Cincinuati road, The costs amounting altogether to PO lery, .A.Ibume, stereoscopes and Vicwe,, - Lento at 80e, 8.10, 10t.,,. We, and 01,c. ' - . . - - - -: 1 - lees truck by a switch engtne and sal- were accordingiy assessed against the 1444 , , A , . l',,;1. H''' ' injured in the, head. besides hav- Mayor by the Common Pleas Court,. Croquet, Children's Books and Games, , Plain and Plaid Opera k tune's at midsummer prices. . .'. ., . ..., , , . , t 'Bargains inG us and Japanese Flannels. . . , . , , ' , " Clue leg broken near the knee and his and the exeoution of the Court to pay Chromes. Mottoes, Illuminations, Sun .... . .r. ,,,, , - '' ' ' 4 awn wrist dislocated. ' - 'Said coots was placed in the hands 'of day-school Mule-books, at STEVENS' LZADIES' I-K11:10 GELACOVnre- . . , . ,.., . . , ... . , --,,:', 1 1 CORDRLIA WAD and nether woman Deputy Sheriff Brown to 0011001.Th, bill , , . - Boon-store, 89 Walt Fount& street (next . goat quality Ladles' Seamless Kid :Doves (slightly soiled) at etc ver pasr for one-button, at Ill 4........................ - for 2.8) against the Mayor wu then sub-. s .s ..,, s . - 7 ' ' ' tamed Louisa Hopkins yesterday after. mitted to the Board of Common Conn- w -re!" 01415404 jaaw . par pair for two-buttons; worth, in good order, It to end Ph - , - 91 2ememzidikly . . . r. : . ., ,;'.,,. : , Moon were drinking at a low saloon on oil ot Reading, and it was ordained that , , , , '' Illzesuent quality Ladies' Kid Gloves, all sires end colors, and portage in any respect, at Mc , per pairfor one-button, ands per pair for two-buttona , . . . . - . r, ,- LEGAL. - i . . - , ! , . - .4-,3s.,-- - Mt& street, between Plum and Central , . '1,:- ' 1'.. ' ' - fainna. Some difficulty having Arleen use same should be paid. , ' ' Tine line of Oilers bhadea at emne prices. .. - -'' ' ', : - - Colatelia flailed Mrs. Hopkins to the baci Mayor lielinkamp, however, reftised to . IIIMNISEMIG GiOCO3S. Svery pair et these Gloves are warranted-not to rip or break when first fitted to the beads . , . . Noue (9. . . , . , , ,t, V ; , . - - leer and assaulted her with a knife, out, countersign the order for the 880, and . JOB LOT IN LADIES' UNDRESSED KID erLOVES -- ..,..., , - r : , ,:,::: song ber in the head, face and liana. The then the whole matter wag supplemented ' rig siludealrileire? adhmasielbeestrnatedurit aarinestelegle '7.1:' : 'D '- ' I ', Woes& are pretty severe. by Deputy Sheriff Brown, who levied large lot boat malty Ladies' Two-batten 'Undressed Kid Gloves at pal per pair; regatin ctle. G. lohibrand, late of Hamilton county. :. , .. , Ohio, deoeued. . ' - '' upon tue property of the Couucti Chem. HI R T, s. . pries. 111 63. . - . -'!":: ''' " ,- ' I Tan Republican Aati-Infiation Club. ber of Reading and advertised the .same GREAT JOBS IN HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES. , , mt,. -7 ', . Deed at Qineinnati, this 9th flay of Ansa . - . ': , . .7!''' ' ,: : se the Terenty-third ward, organized ..- R KORLBRAND, Adm4r. ., , sor sate. a NEW AND DSSIRABLS PATTSRN8 To BE OPENED Tlibi MOBBING, , , HILDLBRAIrr a tintless, AWys. ati11-11tD: ,-, .. -:,. ,,.,,,1, - ,, . liege night by eleoting the following ofil- The bill will probably now be paid, I. ' . - -.4 4 , , , . , t - Preaident, Henry Kessler; Vice e and thus prevent tbe necessity Of the 0' T ORDER , At 6. 8, le, Ills, la, le, 26, SO, 86, 40 and 60c per yard. - , DIVORCE.-Ostberine Flynn, pen-resides i " These goods are all decided bargains, and must be seen to be properlv appreciated. -''.r; '.-f, , dents-Dr. B. Stanton, C. F. Muth, 9, . bee been sued by Patrick Flynn, in the ..,',. : iseporable Couslcilmen of Reading hold. ' TO BE OPEsED. Tun moRstifo, LARGE ASSORTMENT HANDSOME Court of Common Pleas,ilamilton county, 0.. - ,, . , '',.!" ;11 , - - ' - P. Loge and Arthur MI1; Becre e: Ao,: .,-.1 , , Frank A Crippen; rreaeurer, E. ,ing tht eir next session of Council in au FROM MEDIUMr0 FINEST GRADES. emp y room, and sitting upon the floor FULL LINES IN STOCKp , . , for a divorce, on account of arose beglegig ". -.: . , , . sA.ski lurgigcoN-s., - duty add wilifutabsence tor three year. Un- , -.;!'-! ' 1, ,'- !,. Onset., The. objects of the Club are: 111.itet!d of tha usual. soft-oushioned , , . : ', less she answers within six weeks frOni Ole ., 4 ' . : 8 - m tea , , .4v1 . , ; ', , , S, tt0 advance the interest of. the Of oar own anu era - At 20o, G5o, 45o, Geo, GOrs and 75o per yard, all of which arc bussing. tospeetion invited. date the petition will be taken as true. . - ' , -' . '4. '' '-1 , . Cly-the only one to which we can """''''" ' - . July14 1816. J. B. CONKLIN. Attorney, : , . i . , ,,' , ----........ , SL2LSHING sm,g OF BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLINS. : ., :1 -.;,,,i - .. , for the bonest and economical ad- . . jy1,03tW - N. W. Con Mein and Court. ... , .. ,' .. . li . , : I Wild Beam , ' --.. '44..' ';., .,., -., , inialetration of our affairs, State and g a Great lots splendid quiaNlity. lard-wide, Bleached Muslin ift 10e per yard, usual retail price-3210 OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-That ther '''' ' ' :-,' ,- ' , , ' " National; second, to secure by all hon- The Auatin (Texas) Statesman says: 7 Thousands of yards o ew- lora Mills, Wizinsutta, Fruit of the. Loom, Lonsdale, Hills aud will be a meeting of the Stockholders at N - - ' ;,,,,,-- i ., ' - - enable means the election to office of A gentleman arrived from Marcos yes- r . 79 Fourth Street, Great Fails Bleached Musiins at Bottom Prioes. - the Cineinnatland Clifton Inclined Plane Ratio - - ;-.1 , . 2 ' ' amen of known ability and integrity. torday, and brought the news of the cap. AnCtiea secotINNetTaal,r891KwW8681uOrtirtolIRAn slit..00hicaUSE)go. Orem iot of 40-inch Fine Brown Muding at Ile per yard, usual retail price from 12sg to 14c..- Thousandsof yards of Yard-Wide Fine Brown dusting at 90, equal 'to the grade sold usuallt 10 o'clock A. M. to I o'clock P. M.. at the ethos .; . ' road Company on the goth of Auguet,1815, trona ,-, '-' ' - i-' i - ' ---. i tura of a wild boy a tewmiles from that ,..,. . ..... :- , ,, I TAM Ptillmaa Palace Car Company from 10 to 12a0. of Paxton & Warrington. al West Third strait. - -,:, - 1 The ho was first discovered - p ROO. y Vete-ly.;n4W1 . - u; '1 ',)",- ,, , were victimized recently by one Charles wallowing in a pond of shallow water, - - Great Lines of Bleached and Brown Pillow Case Mitslins and Meetings at Low, and In the city of Ciaoinnati. Hamilton' county,.0.',.. , . 1.-,-:. ;,t!l ,,, ' M. Curtis, Cashier of the Cincinnati Di. tor the purpose of choosing seven Director& ' ' , ; - and when approached he broke like st COSIKOLLWIL , , ., ,- - 'i -1 - , - Vision. Curtis left the city rather sod- Inviting Prices. , BRIGGS s. CUNNINGHAM, . ..'k - - quarter-horse, running about a mile be- , ' ' -' - 7 W J LIPPINCOTT, , ,, - - :,.-. ", . . , ,, ,, y, taking with him the total receipts Allot the Muslin' and Sheetings are of the best and most reliable brands, and the prices at - fore he could be overtaken by men on , -- , ,4,;,;.. . i,-',.., 14.: ... - one day, amounting to about 815,000. , ), - . which they will be sold-should invite the &Petition of hotel andhouseteepers.. ,, . . , - - - BENJAMIN ir. EVANS, ' - ,' - ,. ,, Oniell. Aiding up near, the ivy was . 45081AH L. KECK, ' , , -, : , re-. - 't - : -' Ito authorities have Sept the matter , . , -4 : ti I -' fassoed,' when a fierce contest ensued, SPECIAL 17.1A.11G-A.INS- IN snums: ; . ' .. ., , E. W. CUNNINGHAM, - ':--;', I. .. , : J4, ..s.,, i . - , et, expecting that Curtis would be- Incorporators and Stockholders. ' ' ' the 'strange being striking, kicking, and . ) 11', ' ' ' , woorfor, this morning. one lot colored Gros Grain Silas, splendid line of colors. includingseal J 1 91 1875 . , jy21-6tvr , j , '' : r ' ' ' emboldened by their reticence and CIROWM, u y , . -'. , -ii " , ". - .- , vr himself up, which Joe did yetter t.. ner and apparently being frightened al- 1 most to death. Finally he was Over- ' -IV, 7,1 li. ' ' yard; iced value at SI N. Also, . 'STRICT COURT OF THE UNITED '; . , lunging aboUt in the most fearful man- ,' browns navy blue, plum, Russian grays, and other new and desirable ahades, at $1 50 per l'''' ' '--:'! : - y at Trenton, New 'Jersey, according ' ,Ild I "'I Splendid linee of heavy quality, black Gros Grain Silks, at $1, $125, 11 60, $115,12, and 82 60 per p STATES, Southern District of Ohlo.---111. ..', ,.. , ' a - -, - telegrams reoeived by Assistant . yard. Also, nkruptcy, - No. 098. -- In the matter of . ,,, Dowereu tied and taken td the house of f 1.7, :a; ,,,-,;-, y MsPriii.. st this nits- firstantive .- 1 . 1- . -. WV ilL 3 - iti I : ' ' Another Calle 'of Oilr celebrated bread ot cashmere finished, bladi Gros Grain Silks, at prices Melvin McKee and Jim A. McKee. bantrunta. ! - --, , , , ,-- - , Willellienall Otnaliflit Still IIEUILI WAIF KVIIMIC 02,,FAIIMPS2120140 12AaVSObSIP, M&V.V.t.F.S)7 I .4. t . pralitas gathered from the guttors. streets, editorial paragraphs, a large amount of t ; --: - water Meseta, dwellings, slaughter- Weal news of general interest, interest. Gigigi . lug correspondence from differsot points, ' 4 . - :' t.aartilli itellottetrisnlithy tbleetkollwd sto7.4)6. a la.rge amount of select reading per. - PARTIF,S Wiletitt Georgia or Florida, 'Mould outworn). for thil Sozmugg yawl, pitb- taeat vita At 5e 0, 8 and 0 Centi per Yard:, ' - . --- ' - . , reflex of all the interests of the Territory. ' ., ' . , . - , Subscribe for it, if yonwish to obtain nuinna.. ' - - - The grades offe-red M li and So, or the convenient of patrons. will be diplayed in tbe base- tie information 01 Colorado. SPoolmen apples, -, - tiler with large hues el Remnants of Gingham., Bleached and Brown Muslim, Dress sent free on receipt of postarti. Advertising :' , t, 4, -,... , ., ! 1111111 iDtormstion about taming to kgrierulture, Literature Ind i hod as eavoillatt, 0461 Daily, CO; Woeirly, LtOUCINI aelat AO. - - -- - q rates furnished upon application. - - f .. i I ''',, 2 , Ag the Gibson. - , Art, Religious News, Humorous Gossip, DIM Advertisers (eilieing custoraorr , - . , ,...-..------.- ' . . ' ''. ' $,- 4 ., . ,,, . , , , , , , Subscription: Daily, 110 per year; 111 pea '' , , : month for a shorter period. 'Weekly, Sil a yea; - "- t 1 States, should ass its calming- It is min?, F , 1 ;, , ,..,. , The tonowisr are the prominent ant. Historical and Diographioal Iketonos, Ingo , oeeerutoreeting etorieet together with hoes paper In the Southeast. ' , copies sett lan meant of I NM& A1! vs al qttkibmte 4 . 3 , , t 41 and oompiew Rome Mad Foreign it. &gratis gallmin, Ga. . . , , N D a ., Ni ' 11 15 tor Mx miTuths; $1 tor three mon rt. gi,lettr, FL Louie, Mel M. M. Mar et end Finaeotal deport.. lit S 1 Postage prepaid. ', v . t ,,' rir elty Gem ursine, rriel. I 011itot la. "IsPFerst ready tOr- ' ' ' ' - - damn . WM. R. MYERS. Prop,r. , , if 10,11. 4 IT. Oblifit9132401liStillee Wail ' ' . liatil-Illod30 . : ' , 76 and 78 West rourth Street Okohliati. Ohio; ' ' A , 1 - ',' J7113-11 : . . Denver. Veleratith. ' - , - . , . . , - , . , -- - - - - . - , - ' - Ky.; O. E. Olson and wife, West Alex addtr; Wm. Brown Richmond; J. 11. Orchard. Dayton, 0.(H. B. Loomis, But, Into, N. Y.; E. H. Marsh, Sandusky, O.; J. Sneyer, Lexington, Ky.; P. T. Graham, , Washington,. Ind.; 11. C't; icti; itt: ',Tit, Ripley, O.; A. J. Gillings, Indianapolis, W.; Z; P. Danny, New York; S. -.W. Williams, Louisville, Ky.; Theodore Belden, Colp rado; T. J. Brent; Paris, Ky.; L. L. gmith, New York; E. Desmond, Colum bus; John L. Smith, Toledo, O.; 11. Ro Benham, New Yoizt4 D. A. Dewey, Co lumbus, 0. Geo. A. Lawrence, Bowels. vale, N. Y:; O. D. Bartbelgim, vine Tenuti ,b1. E. Barthelinew; Nash Tenn.' L. G. Pratt, Worcester, Mass.; John Fitzpatrick, New Orlean; Mrs. P. Williamson, Dayton, O.; W. H. Gray and wife, Mobile, Ala.; O. H. Peirce and wife, Charleston, S. tl.; J. P. Hinkley, New York. , .1. 01.1,mmomom.ob M'aEHAN,S MtrILDEBERS. - , Ravo Thew Ikea Arragiodt A dispatch has been ieceived In the city saying that a man was arrested at Laporte, Indiana, yesterday, who bad confessed to a connection with the mur der of Tom. McGehan, at Hamilton. ' , No partioulars were sentand no names given, but our dispatches from Hamil ton this mornim state that nothing is known of the affair there. , The friends cot hicHelian,e family have for some time being working on a clue by which they thought they' would find the murderers. Whether the arrested man is one of the suspected parties .111 not known. - .. mars lows irAcsases. - The following marriage licenses. were issued since our last reports John C. Homer and Virginia Ball. James M. Mitchell and Lizzie Weaver. Henry Hollins and Rebecca Grimsleg. Richard Butler and Kate Flynn. Joseph Butler and Mary Scharpshear. Rome Ruble and (limey Poor. Thos. McMann and Masrgle Quinn. Balvanus Howeils and Ann James. Michael Tunney and Ellen Keating. A44141160 Pormildh , The following permits were issued since , our last report: J. lielletern, 8-story brlok at 552.Vine street, between Mary and Liberty; esti mated soot $8,500. - Kittering Eman, frame shop east side Linn, between Richmond and Court; es timated cost $800. John J. De Han, six two-etory brick houses on northeast oornerof Cutter and Melanehton, estimated oost, FI,000. Conrad Schuster, addition to frame at 566 East Front street, estimated cost, WO. V. Leferd, addition to two-story frame, on Washington street, between Boone and Engine-house,' estimated cost, 1260. TROVBILIE AT BEADING. SU Furniture etas Cow:soli Chamber tol be bold on as ligeeenstion. In the ettrly part of last autumn, Con racLAppel, a resident of the quiet little ' town or Reading, cut down a large olus ter ot weeds that were growing rank In an alley in the vicinity of his premises. This, in the opinion of Mayor tielin kahip, of' Reading, Mr. Appel had not quite a right' to do, and he acoordingly had Mr. Appel arraigned before him, lound nim guilty, and sentenced kini to the Work4louse. - This proceeding on the part of the Mayor, however, wet with a reverse on the part of Appel, and he at once ap pealed the case for final decision to the Court of Common Fleas. In last July the matter came up in the Courts, and the proceeding of the Mayor of Reading was held to be beyond his jurisdiotion. The costs amounting altogether to $80 were accordingiy assessed against the Mayor by the Common Fleas Court. sad the execution of the Court to pay said coots was placed in the hands 'of Deputy Sheriff Brown to collect. Ths bill for $8.3 against the Mayor wu then sub mitted to the Board of Common Coun cil ot Reading, and it was ordained that the same should be paid. Mayor Relinkamp, however, refiteed countersign the order for the $60, and then the whole matter was supplemented by Deputy Sheriff Brown, who levied , upon tue property of the Council Cham ber of Reading and advertised the same for sale. .1. The will probably now be paid, and thus prevent the 'necessity nt the noilorable Councilmen of Reading hold ing their next session of Council in an 'empty roora, and sitting upon the floor instead of the usual soft-cushioned chairs. migeno,,.111)11.10 I Wild Bloom The Auitin (Texas) Statesman says: A gentleman arrived item Marcos yes terday, and brought the news of the cap. tura of a wild boy a iew.miles from that place. The boy was first discovered wallowing in a pond of shallow water, and when approached he broke like It quarter-horse, running about a mile be fore he could be overtaken by.men on ponies. Aiding up near, the ivy was lassoed, when a fierce contest ensued, the strange being striking, kicking, and lunging about in the most fearful man ner, and apparently being frightened al most to death. rinally he was over powered, tied, and taken td the house of the man who first discovered bim. His body was covered with hair about four inobes long, and froin size and appear ances be is supposed to be twelve years old. He is unable to talk, but possesses reasoning power, and now follows his captor about like a dog. Figaro reports this conversation be tween two Paris artists:'"Hovi are you getting along?" "Obi, very:well. ask now 12,000 francs 02,400) for a bead sad 20,000 04,000) for a Mil-length portrait." "Those are my prioes also.' They walk on a little farther. "How many orders have mon got at those prices?" "Not ens. And- you ro "Not one eitherio ommoommomEmon.10 inmoloamm It may be prudent rfor students and others who proposes pending their ma. tions in pedestrian excursions through the country to take certificates 01 elm 'toter along with them. They will be found useful in case the bearers of them should be arreeted as htramps10 Eke Wootair flor ' This week's WitZELY STAR, 3101V ready, oontaine a large amount of interesting news from all parts of the country, con cerning the late disastrous floods, the condition of the crops, Jo.; also the latest news by .telegraph, together'iyith a full summary of the news of the past week, interesting editorials, newsy,spicy editorial paragraphs, a large amount of looal news of general interest, interest lug correspondence from different points, a 'ergs amount of select readintg per taining to kgriculture, Literature Ind Art, Religious News, Humorous Goesip, Historical auct Diograpb1041 tketokm mover interesting stone., together with 41 and complete Home &lid Foreign Mar et and Financial iteport. rrice 4 cutlet Lit wrappers, ready for-- mailing- ; , - - . . . . . , NOTICE& . D RI gi 1: P A.- .14 I) i ... . , IIKANOT,AcTITRER or - . Saddles, Harness, CellarS, 410., No. 30 Bast Fifth St., .' delfi-ly,F,MaVir CINCDINATI. 0. .. , GiL 'W. ILinuzs . . lIanufacturer of . Mattresses and Bedding A ND, DEALER UT WOVEN WIRE AND J1. ail the Now Style Spring Bed Bottoms, No, 181) Vit, Fifth st,, Ciocinnati 0. de25-1y.FMW - Candies and Fruits., ' stir SOCIETIES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, Ito, Intending to give Picnics or other enter tainments can be supplied with pure American and French candies. oranges, lemons, ao., by WM. FISCHElt, southeast corner Sixth and Walnut streets. Orders respectfully . solicited and promptly filled. . my19-8m, W at; , Ur. Alfred 'White WOULD present his oompliments to Lawns , and 011CNTLKIIIK and be happy to have them examine the Granite Statues o " Hope" and the " Angel Gabriel," now being sculp tured at his rooms. ... Ne. ES Weit Fifth Street. ' decil-ly Cincinnati Type Foundry, Co. . C., WELLS, Treasurer, ' , 201 VINE STREET. "or The iype for this paper comes from this Foundry. . , , I The Great Modern Discovery. '12 R. MORRIS, SYRUP OF TAU. Wild Cherry and Horehound. ures consumption and spitting or blood. Cures bronchitis, asthma, catarrh and weak inn go. . Cares coughs, colds, boarsoneu and all thront di acuities. Nevor fails in whooping cough or crony. ' Strengthens the voices of sponsors and vo calists. Ask your druggist for it, and take no substi tute. J. D. PARK A SONS. Fourth and Wal nut sta., Cincinnati, O., Genoral Agents. ' jell-lw-Je16-W,Filtki-tyl . EDUCATIONAL. , . Freehold Institute, Freehold, N. Z. A Bearding School ler Boys. auf -86,1fa W i REV. LG. CHAMBERS, Pritepal. 1 r ST. XAVIER 'COLLEGE. ...---- - , MIRE next Session begins on thir First MON ' A 13.41 in SEPTEMBER. For Terms apply I at the CAIIICV, corner of Seventh tuod Sycamore streets. M. A. HIGGINS, S. J., President. . Lardi-tl se101 MATTRESSES. SPRING MATTRESS! to An SPRING MATTRESS! 9 U.0 U. . At IL CLOSTERMAN a CO.'S, I anie-at No, 71 West Fifth street. . ' . FANCY GOODS. NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS! At 09 Cent Stcire. THE CROQUET SETS . HAVEaCOME. ire are opening new goods in great variety. SairDon,t forgot the place, . au2-Imoo SO West Firth Street. . TEAS. Covington and Newport Delivery . el the Great ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY Every Friday. fiend yetir orders by postal card to 44 West Fifth street. Cinclunati. , , jytt-im. BOOKS AND-STATIONBRY. NEW.AND STANDARD BOOKS, in every branch of literature, Fine Station ery, Ladies, Note Paper, Visiting Cards and Card Cases, Pooket.booka and Cut. lery, Albums, Stereoscopes and View', Croquet, Children's Books and Games, Chromes. Mottoes, Illuminations, Sun day-sohool Musio.books,. at BTEVENB, Boomstere, 89 Wool Fourth street (next to Bt. Paul's). iny16.101.7,1ABB , . , , , t . FURNISHING GOODS. : TO ORDER,. FROM MEDIUM To FINEST GRADE& FULL LINES IN STOCK, Of our own Manufacture. ' WILSON BROSII - 79 Fourth Street, CDTOINNATI, (PIMPS OPERA ROUSE). And Nos. 67 and Si Wsalunitton M., Chicago - Ve10-1y4MAll 1 . COSSIGLINE. . .., . . , .: . ,, . 1 4 -, ) fir , ,,I, , ',,k, L'il ' , . , . - . ko" 3 Stil f. ' - S ' , t.; 1 1 , i ,,,.. . 44, ' :111 till,.. . ' xl,,,, (,odEPI.'.3r ; ........W11:6:,11,1.1,101,.. :, ' PUT ON ' ' , ' . , ., , CA30 S NE C, LAW 30 ' Bensusd wounded . assure restores it-, self whoa thoroughly protected from twos pnerio Lotion. Sclenceltoknowtodges s perfect application in COSEIOLINE. No rancidity or decomposition. - Pealing without the slightest Irritation or Smarting. Leaves 00 scare. RE VOLTS Aill ASTOUNDIVOI Any inEaalmation. old ond corrupt ersptions and sloughing wounds yield to rah is natures faithitif aft!? Be Wage!. rot Dui:odds. WO, -- ,-oes, oils, Blisters, Cbs g, Poisgs, Eitel, riw. fityKTetter, Salt eum, immanent, Neuf Mumps, Sore brost, ughing, Frosted 11, m Chap. patilkin. , , Witeerer Voss It Iseenhoolis Is. - MS POMADE OP COOMOLINE never he comes mold nor lases its rick perfume. ft oureesil scalp diseases, keeps the boa soft, gicre,ILand trob front gum. Asli for PLALN 00SMOLINE or tOP MOLINE POMADE, 110 'cents s bottle, witiLthe shove trade mark and AMIN of E. ir. ticuouToN a coo ou label, , Sold by Druggists Cenerally ' mate-lv.11AW .,-- ------ . G1011011 ! 11E01 re of t ti aril' I: toi is' il III inal 'Mould subscribe for the moans ttrEs, ptib iI lied so Savolsalt, Otnt Dativ, CO; weekly, TorDUZIL Advertisers (01,1ring customers Stems, sholdd gee its columns. It is best Paper in the Southenst. 114,4lerit tm receipt of 6 OMR. At. AITILI., listuanib. Ga.. . - - , , . , - ' ' ta.d.hadhld SALE Cr k: -.-1)ELIT(1-E.':':.':,,,.',OV.,.::::,iBARGAINS; A ROAING TOREIFOF LOW ' Vast Quantities of Desirable Goods to be closed this week, wilhout reference to cost or value, to make - ready for the reception of a large and map , nificent assortment suitable for the s , Autumal Season. W. H. ABTDREWS, . - and 7S West Irourth Street, - ' - WILI, OPFER ,t, To-Monvvr (Thursday) Morning August. 12, 18751 i , ClallELL'Il LINES OF Bleached ands Brown Illuslins, Flannels, Blankets, Housekeeping Goods, Black- and Fancy Silks, Laces, Hamburg Esnbroideries, British, French , and American Dress - Goodsi, 'Notions, Hosiery, , Cloths and Cassimeres, , e.; , At Less Prices, in the Majority I Instances, than the Cost of Im . - portation or Manufacture. , For Sample of the Extremely Low prices that will be Current 1 during this , G- 21- C A: S A Ei 309 Consumers are referred to the following Price List, to wit: 1Adloe' Striped Cotton Hose, full regular made, at Mc. 606, 05eand 15e per pair, reduced from 75o, Bic, $1, 11 10 and Si Excellent Quality Twilled Silk Umbrellas, 26-inch, at 18 50 each, usual prices $4 50 and $5. Splendid Otaality Twilled Silk Umbrellas, 20-inch, Parsed Irames, at 14 mph, usual prices 15 and box , Kitts Quality Twilled Silk Umbrellas, 26-inch, at 15 each, usual price 11. - Extra Quality TwilledeSils Umbrellas, 28-inch, at Sti 75 each, usual price 13. , Russian Bath Towels at 18 50 par dozen, usual price 16. Half Bleached Table Linen at 80o, Mc and 4043 per yard, good value 87340, 456 and 80o. -Splendid Qualityilall Bleached Table Damask at Pc, good value Pc. Splendid Qualities-Bleached Table Damask, of, the best end most reliable manufacture, at fik, 85c and 11 per yard, equal to the qualities sold usually at 11, 11 10 and 1i 25. , Good Size, Ali-Linen Dinner Napkins at 85c, 11, 11 85 and 21 Super dozen, usual retail prices 11, $1 85,11 75 and It Huokabaos Towels at 11 60, 12 and 12 50 per dozen. good value at 12 0 80 -Large Siza, splendid Quality, All-Linen nuckaback Towels at 13 per dozen, a good bargain at 84. - . AlbLinen Damask Towels (Half Bleached) at P por dozen, cOst 82 89 to import, German Linen Damask Towels, extra heavy quality,at 18 per dozen, usual retail price 14 and St ha AB-Linen Damask Towels (Bleached) at 2834 and 16 per dozen, good value at 14, $5 and 17. All-Linen Toweling at Stio, 10c, 12fic and lito per yard, usual retail price 10c, llgo, 15o and Po. Large Size EnSish Toilet Quilts, now and handsome patterns; at 12 76, P 26 and 84 10 each, 0C111111 c grades soid usually at 211 50, 64, St 60 and $6 NI Large biZe B Sureado at $1 each. usual retail price 11 25. , White Wool Blankets, slightly soiled, at 64 50 and 16 per pair worth, if in goOd order, 16, ri 50 , and 16. , , 1 GREAT CLEARANLE SALE OF ' LADIES' PARASOLS AND SILK SUN-UMBRELLAS. Entire stook marked down, regardless of cost or value. Good time tO provide for the wants of another MIMI. aoxiv or QIN'," THE GREAT SALE OF GENTS' WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. Remember we are selling gents' White Dross Shirts, made up from bast Wathoutta muslin a-nd 2,200 Linen in bosoms and miffs at 11 65 each.. We have all sizes and in different styles, that can be worn with or without amis. Thew shirts aro well made, are out to are elegant ly laundriod, and are, without exoeption, the bolt Shirts for the price ever sold ()11 retail la America. Spiendid issortment of gents' Ali-Linen Collars, all sizes, at 11 60 per. doien; usuel retail. price, 20c each. , , , - STILie UNDER ILE AMWAY', 0.TIR GREA,T SPECIADSALE OF PLAIN AND FANCY FLANNELS.. These goods are of recent purchase, and by virtue cot having bought them diking the midst of the doll seam), we are enabled to offer the tollowing . - - , IINMIST.A.HA-13LE DAlliGAINS! To wit; ' Waite Ail-Wool Flannels at 200,25c. 87 go, 50o, and 05e per yard; eoual quaUty to the grades that will besold thirty days Donee at 860, 80c, Via 50c, 06c, and 7543. Plain All-Wool Red Flannel" at 20o, 25c, and 86c per yard; equal to the qualities that Will be when the fall season opens at 25o. Po, and Clo. - Gray Twilled. Flannels at Pc, ilto, and ate per yari, excellent value at 25c, 86c, and 410. ' Plaid Vienne's at 20c, We, 80c, Po, and 50c per yard; same qualitiee will be sold thirty days hence at 80c, 84o, tOok bay, and 05c. Plain and Plaid Opera k lannels at midsummer prices.) Bargains in Gauze and Japanese Flannels. . I1A.IDIES 431-1-9' OVJES Best quality Ladies' Seamleas Kid Gloves (slightly soiled) at 866 par pair for One-but4011, M 111 par pair tor two-buttono; worth, in good order, 11 16 end Ilk - Bustilent quality Ladies' Kid Gloves, Pi sizes slid colors, and perfee8 in Wisp respect, at Mc per pair for one-button, and per pak for two-button& Tine line of Oilers Shades at emus prices.- Every pair of these Gloves are warranted-not to rip or break when first fitted to the bead. JOB LOT IN LADIES' UNDRESSED KID erLOVES. large lot beat quality Ladies' Thro-button Undressed Kid Gloves at PM per pair; regaikr - price 11 , --- GREAT JOBS IN HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES. , NEW AND DkiltRABLE PATTERNS TO BE OPENED TRW MORNING, At 8, 10, ilm, le, 26, 80,86, 40 and 60c per yard. - , 2:hese goods are all decided bargains, and must be seen to be properly appreciated... TO BE OPENED THIS MORNING, LARGE ASSORTMENT HANDSOME SA.S4-1 3RIESIESONS9 - , At 200, 950, 45o, 50o, 00c, and 75o per yard, of whioh aro bussing. hopeolion invited, SL2LSHING sAig OF BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLIN& Great lots splendid quality, 'k ard-wide, Bleached Muslin lit 10c per yard, usual retail price,1210 Thousands of yards of New Tors Mills, Ws.ingutta, Fruit of the Loom. Lonsdale, Hills and Great Falls Bleached Musiins at Bottom Prices. Great lot of 40-inch Fine Brown Moulins at Ile per yard, usual retail price from 123g to 14c.. - Thousands of yards of Yard-Wide Fins Brown Lauding at 9c, equal to the grade sold usually from 10 to 12mo. Great Lines of Bleached and Brown Pillow Case Muslim Ind Bheetings at Low and Inviting Prices. All of the Muslin' and Sheetings are of the best and most reliable brands, and the prices at which they will be sold should invite the attention of hotel and housekeepers. SPECIAL ISAMAINS- sxr,lis: Weoffer, thie morning, one lot t olored Gros Grain Silas, splendid line of colors. including seal browns navy blue, plum, Russian grays, and other new and desirable abodes, at 11 50 per Yard; dood value at SIM Also, - Splendid line of heavy quality, black Gros Grain Silks, at 11, 11 25, 11 60, 11 15, 12, and 12 60 per Yard. Also, Ånother caee of our celebrated brand of cashmere finished, black Gros Grain Silks, at prices ranging from 11 50 per yard and upward. These Silks are without exectution the beat value for tbe money ever offered in Cincinnati. Also, A splendid assortment or place and White and Black and Gray Striped Silks at 15c and 11 per yar4; exeellent value at 11 and 11 26. - WE CAJNTINUE THIS MORNING OUR GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE OP DO .0 S 3b-1 At- 3ES lEld s , - SUITABLE FOR SUMMER AND EARLY PALLVEAM, Ali FOLLOWS; Bolance of our usortment of Printed Lawns at 10c alai lige per yard. tst quality Printed Jaeonets and Organdies, at 12e per yard, reduced from 15, 80, 85. and 40e. 'lard-wide Chintz Prints, at 8c and 10c per yard; same quality as sold during the spring months , at Mc and 10c. Verge lot beet enality American, French and English Chints Prints, good Sesertment of pat , terns. at fie per yard, reduced from 25c and 40c. One lot English and American Dress Goods, assorted styles, at 10e pir yard, reduced from Mie , . . One lot Alexandria Poplins at 111360 Der yard, cost to import 1150 - . "., , One lot Marl Suiting. at 15e per yard, reduc,ed from 26e. , . . , Lame line of Dress Goods, assorted styles and qualities, at Otic, 100, lige, illytc; ifixe, and goo . t . per yard,rodueed from 12560, 160, 18e, Po, 150,.104 and 40e. Large lot-Plaid Dress Goods, assorted styles, at 12)4e per yard, sold recently it Ilk& ' ' Closing sale of bilk Mexicaines at 16e,and 51 per yard,reduced from P 60 and $8. . ' , " Closjug sa!e of Listen iatiste Sulthige at 25c, we and We per pug, reduced from 50o, Mc and SS. Clong Sale of Hamburg Nets for Bacques and Overskirt' at isic and Si per yard, reelleed from - M 60 and 81 M. .,. , .. ClOsiteale of Black Iron Frame Grenadine at 25e, 600,' 66e, and. 150 per yard, reduced frOM 660,16c, $1 and $1 25. closing ate of Plaid Iron Frame Grenadines, spiendid variety of pitterits, at Pe, $1, 1 26, $1 A $1 50 and $2 per yard, reduced from $1 26, 11 SO. $i 16, $2, II 26, 52 50 and Mi. clostur sale striped iron Frame Grenadines, magailicons line of patterns, at 550, 150 MA $1 per yard, reduced from $ ,t $126, 41 60 and gi. clotting sale U,ce Striped White Pieties at LA litte and 40c per yard, reduced from 400, Po, 500. closing sale of French, Woven Corsets at 86e, sl, $1 .5 and Si 50 each, reduced from ill 2.5, IL 50, $2 and 0 60. - Splendid offering of Bleck Alpacas at 20n, 2,5e, 80c, 55e, 400 and 60c pea yard. all decided bar,. gains. . Splendid Bargains In Black Purl) Mohair Brilliantine. at 50c, 10c, 65c,,15o, Mc and $1 per yard., ,. ' ' Together with a Magnificent Offering of ., ' ' . .. , 3EL INT rJEI So At 5, 6, 8 and 0 Ceuta per Yard: - The grades offered M and So, or the convenient of patrons, will ha dipplayed in tbe base: men; ttiter with large hum of Remnants of Gingham, Bleached and Brown Minding, Dream Goods, ntsliellt V. ANDRENITS. 76 and 78 West rourth Street) Ciphina ti, Ohio. LET ClOODS, LOW PRICP. AMUSEMENTS. - Grand Opera-I-louse,. OOSIBIEBSOING! MONDAY, Aug. echo Every Evening and Sattuoday Matinee, Emerson s California , Minstrels". A WORLD OF TALENT. ' BILLY EMERSON, WM. ARLINGTON. BILLY RICE, J.. R. NEMBLE, MACKIN and WILtioN. 1. G. RIMELL, ERNaT LINBEN. ' FRED. WALZ, W. TILLA, , J M. NORCROSS, J. Y. OBORIST. A Sextette 01 Vocalists. A Grand Orchestra of Solo Instrumentalists; THOEL ?Minuet Proprietor; , ' W. a MUTH, HH8111014 11. Alm's, Gemmel Agent. , Reserved seats at aWley's News Depot. faut.ttl : - , O 1.013g ZT s! Henry Wielert's Every I'Vedneaday sad Friday; GRAND CONCERT.. FULL TIME") I1AND, (40 raatroamais'), Under the Direction of ?Mil &EL BRAND, Conductor of the ' Cincinnati Grand Orchestra. : iti LUDLOW Bi PARL oniC.A. GI- S TA D Ld NIT 1EL Wednesday, August 'At 4 aielaiekt Sharp. - Ma will be a Mose and exciting Game. IS U. S. PIANO CM' ' 02904,'"' r It exits less than $800 to make any $60. , Piano sold through agents. all el whom make - 100 per cent. prat. We have no agent. ' but ship direct to families at factory price. We make only one style, and have but one , price-4200 net cash, with no discount to - dealers or 00111M1Fel01111 to tesehers. Our lum-- ber is thoroughly seasoned our cases aro 1 Double Veneered with Rosewoodhave front round cornerii, serpentine bottom and- carved legs. We use the full iron plate wills overstrung bassFrench Grand Action whit -, top dimpers, and our keys areof the beet Worn , with ivory fronts. Our plea basseveneetevee - is feet 9 inches long, feet 4 inches wide. ; and weighs, boxed, 965 pounds, Every Platte , is fully warranted for live years. Send for - Infiltrated waiter, hi which we refer to over : 1,000 Bankers, Merchants, Ito,. (some ; whom Kou may know), using our rian011 in es , States and Territories. Please state where yet , saw this notice. , th 8. PIANO CO., 810 BROADWAY, Cau4-8m,Wirldattlitw9121 TONIC ELIXIR. PARK, 4 gifftrOitITELIX1 If& LIQUID EXTIACT OF BEli C011iteS BEE UICEILOilIC MI 4HAMICS ilt1SIMI M no VÉM 11MNWIEBICSIMTRAgli R (bit la is dAphi prolito3 1 ij rtot. eilato roil, 8 I. tioloi so of noir.. s .t.0 1 b ti.lipoolpttrged .. l el Imricai . . a 1 1,, ,I, tlit I lig 1, 7 .1; 07, ' 4711, 4P044, 1:, i ' ii4-1 4 il 4 4 , 0 4 4 4tti 411,so .1. .1,, 4 . . 1440111.0. , , : . I , I . OA .. 1 1 : NI . 14414 1 , a ,i , , my20-emddtw 0 , , , - Notice. HE undersigned has been duly appoluled and qualified as administrator of the eststo - o G. Kohlbrand, late of Hamilton county. - Ohio, deceased. ' - A Dated at Cincinnati, this 9th day of Angela, ; 1875. KOILLBRAND, Adm'r. d Bnutota, AWys. Int11-11tD: TNIVORCE.Catherine Flynn, non-resides JIJ has been sued by Patrick Flynn, in the , Court of Common Pleas, Hamilton county, 99.. for a divoree, on account of gross begleettd - duty add wilifurabsonce for three year& less she answers within six weeks trent DID 4 date the petition will be taken as true. , July 14.1915. J. B. CONKLIN. Attorney, ; jyliltW N. W. Con Main and Court. IkTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENThat therd ' II will be a meeting of the Stockholders et the Cincinnati and Clifton Inclined Plane RAIL,. road Company on the lOth of Auguqt,18711, front , : 10 o'clock A. M. to 1 o'clock E M.. at the ethos of Paxton It Warrington. Al West Third street. - in the city of Cincinnati. Hamilton' county, , tor the purpose of choosing seven Director& . BRIGGS & CUNNINGHAM. - - W. J. LIPPINCOTT, , - BENJAMIN F. EVANS, , elOSIAH L. KECK, 4 E. W. CUNNINGHAM, ''-- Incorporators and Stockholders. , CiffOniwkri, Jul 91, 1875. jy21-5tir P'STRICT COURT OF' TIIE UNITED , STATES, Southern District of Ohlo.-1111. nkruptcy. No. 1598. In the matter of Melvin McKee and Jits. A. McKee bankrnpta. - - The creditors of said bankrupts 'are notified , that they have filed their petition in this Cour , raying for a tinal discharge front their - opts pmvable under the bankrupt laws of Um nited States, and said creditors are required , to appear before me at my office; No 0 Bass - Third street, Cincinnati, on the Ith day et 1 September, 18111, at 10 o'ciock A. M., and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of saMI , petition should not be granted. - Dated Cincinnati, August 10,1975. - ' ' FLAXEN BALL. 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