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OM DAILY STAR
,11:211DAY ,,; , AUGUST 27
; GEST CITY.
' ' -t.-- -, ' LOCAL BREVITIEss
; rill Wharfage receipts tor the week
trading yesterday amount to $274. 80.
1!11A,V102051CWILLIAMII, tile well-kneWn
... Illeiseher of.music in the publio settee's, is
Wely ill. , , . .
'' i, Vita ooncert at Burnet Woods Park,
' - , lry the Cincinnati Orchestra, yesterday,
:Was very largely attended. . , .
- ' 1117810 will -be given to-night by the
mutt& Oreheetra at Wielert's, and
'''' Veidenstioker's band at the Atlantic).
, 4 Tux Finance Committee has requested
- , 'PA' City Auditor to make monthly re
to It of the status of the general
, 1 - : AT the meeting of the Fire Commis
rs, yesterday, the pay rolls 'and
, a, to the amount of 11,2S8 78, were or
d to be paid. .
, ' . A , 81.311PING-0ÅR from Chloago was
- Mr, yesterday morninq between
go and Lafayette. About WI were
' Won by the thieves. .
, ,,, lest. Z. Loom, for a long time music
' Poacher in our publio schools, but late a
panic dealer in the city, has retired to
- ., Ipand hie days on his farm in 1owa.
, - Twig potter writers brought up before
, ' fudge Lindeman, in the Police Conn,
- Were all dieMissid, the State being tut
- . able 0 make out a case against them.
' A SUPERINTENDENT SI S MISBIOS Sab
. th-subool asks for a special contribu
oi flowers for the children, next
day, AU donations will be reoerved
at the Young Men's Christian Associa
- Tux liet of the Industrial parade will
lett open to-day and to-mm-row for the
' w additional signatures that are ex-cited,
but will positively be closed to
and every one alter to-morrow at 6
RESIDVIITS of Underclift have peti
Betted the Fire Commissioners for two
kterns and au alarm box in their viein
- The matter at tbe meeting, yeeter
yt as considered, but laid on the ta
for the present.
' WILL1414 WRITE clerk at the City
t-onloe, died ae hie mother-in-law's
idenoe last evening, ' aged 45. 11r.
- bite has occupied his position for 21
plata; and alr who knew him will regret
- Wean of hie death. , .
AT the County Fair Ground yesterday,
Swing the game between the Wyoming
. College Rill Clubs, some unknowi
1W SIAS a revolver, watch and 65
the wasou of tbe latter where the
a had stored their clothes.
Tux College 11111 Railroad Company
' Ilse bled a suit in the Probate Court
' ; inet John Ebert, Renty Brune and
, , y Ludwig tor the appropriation of a
t of land from Cincinnati to Venice,
far the oonetruotion of a three-loot gauge
pstiroad and the aseertainmenr and as
s Segment of compensation.
. IWYORMATIÓN was left, this morning,
tthe office of the Supérintendent of
lice, of tbe robbery and burglary of A.
. Taylor's store, at Newark, Ohio, on
night of the 24th. An immense
unt of ivory, gold and silver pea
1 erg and pens was taken. A reward
$100 is flared for the arrest and con
. d on of the thief.
Tan Grand Marshal. of the Industrial
onion . will propably be appointed
is evening by the Exposition Com
illa on Parade. lir. tit. blartin has
most exoellent work in preparing
the parade, and has, in fact, been the
waver hi the 'enterprise, and if
ate any honors to bestow in con.
on with the position of Grand Mar.
N ev in an; way possible. Mr. ht.
is certainly entitled to them, and
old so be considered by the own
. AMIN Iranitxu., a young man, was
about Wn o'clock last night by two
on McMillan street, owning
cil Hoffman's grocery, with a large
adig Of 010thing in kil poesession.
taken to WalbutHille'lltation ou
Charge ot burglary and another of petit
1. Ln tbe Pico Court this morn
. . pichdeit gui ty to having stolen
, pe suit of clothes from Jac LL. Printe
ok tinie ago. Ile wits sent to the
. ark-hpuse lor thirty days 8.nd fined
It et od I 11 eel m ir i tell sda Tun ir ;I 1.1 n 4111 aa6ri i uwnha IQ
Ina Jitr fair& Accept I
The odnouncement in the morning pa
t a that lir. Gue Tafel bad deolined hie
nation, by the Republican Conven
, for Probate Judge, we learn from
- entleman himeelf,la incorreot. The
eot will come up before the Reptib
County IL;eoultte Committee to
ow, wt4u 4r. Tafel will decide dea
lt all to hie Course.
- - - v..
- Illoyegage Ltertaree.
MO following marriage licenses were Is
5 paegainee our last report:
es or:tooter Barbara Itearling.
, Briruer a ablkarie ilouttner.
est an . rhillajas. .
. ubli AP I Vtyrosinges.
. Sarver mot illitor;itiey.
. tam Boone:Am & 0 lichwaerini4.
' ' a col 11 Tift leG I tturg leIsTi. .
p a ary
, pfi Anderson and Rosa Meyer&
' 2111 GRAND OPNRA NODAL no
mao trorpe repeated tbe play of
Owlet" to a large audienee Jut evening,
Wildman personating the little
singer with a consoientious feel
. dist rendered her. a great favorite
ilic audience. The Grimaldi of Mr.
. 4. idmiin, however, wae the great
0- of tbe evening,. performance.
ildmanle c000eption and rendition
obcractet A10116 tal lUilkillint tONS
hi. repittiitiou as au aotor. Mx.
as iesd Author, was oleo pod,
nibs b t dont that he bail done
- trillgirls. y at t5e GPInct. Thi. even
t WO Wihttaan takes a loaned upon
NI Socattoo the, popular draMa,
, tainted and Divorced," will be repeat.
by epeolaltequest. - .
Viola Tom's Cabin for matinee to.mor
Ifew M 1 o'clock. '
, Ihts litTIOSAL TNNATERThis time- '
- tiered plat of amutement opens its
Mr Season to.morrow eight. This
- ..ass has been handsomely refitted dor
, the votration, and now looks as fresh
' sew as though it was built but yes.
dor. A DIDA10011)8 SAN drop-011)14dt.
teMt. 4. L. Lock, boa been pin in poet;
addiog greatly to the appearauee col
Mr. Janie. Douglas, the celebrated
- litiklesCus artist, vino assumed the man
, ' -,otoolt 0f the Stage, &boon:Wes the fol.
r Aria; world-renowned artists for the
ig Prr,LesterdlleniTilmith and
f. Moo. i be beasSi ob octet sr
the WAVII psi Mettle, lett 0
41 Wall 1 gymnasts, leo o
e 0 re. , Dutcb ilomedlan,
-alb A ' uht Who .fonAlo booloooloto14,
Ella La nue. Seri ':comio vocalist,
Annie De Lorne. Mthiopian Comedian,
Burt Clark. , The sprightly vooalist and
011111101160 Miss Annie Clark. Senator
John later and the celebrated come
dian and burleque artist, Mr. Jamel
Douglas. With Oat a comkniatiou of
talent ae thixif the National q'oel
summed it will be something trUly won
MIMS GRAND CENTRAL.Tbis top
ular plaoe of amusement was crowded
again last evening, the audience being
Of a little better class than those at the
beginning of the.season, owing in a great
measure to 'the quality of the acting,
which is muoh above the average of
variety-show talent. Mr. B. C. Hart
takes a benefit to-night, appearing in
some of his greatest parts. Matinee to
day &Li o'olock.
Mantes ROMP ALSIOCiettOne
The sixteenth anniversary of Green
Township Harvest Home Association
was celebrated yesterday at Carson's
Grove, and was attended by a crowd of
about 2,500 persons, equaling the num
ber of last year.
The air-gun, the ball-target, the lemon
ade men, the pop-corn men, the flying
dutohmen, and the other innumerable
pionie luxuries, furnisheil bountiful
amusement to all.
Seidensticker's band was posted at the
central stand and rendered delightful
must. Devotional .exeroises were
- after which oratory Wag in
dulged in. Judge Wm. Johnston was
the first speaker, and delivered one of
his line amusing pioneer speeches.
Deacon Richard Smith then, in a half-,
belies discourse, gave a masterly pro
dilution on agricultural affairs. He
dwelt on the beat method of raising cab
bage, corn, melons and other produdte
in a most humorous manner.
Rev. H. D. Moore was ailed upon the
stand in the afternbon and spoke for
about an hour. He related his early ex
perience as a farmer, aud his unsuocess
ful efforts in tliat occupation. Ile showed
the standing of the farmer in relation to
the people, who depended upon them for
lion. Chas. Remelin made a short ad
dress on politiCal economy.
The younger people, from 2 o'clock in
the afternoon till the breaking up at tiVe
ning, tripped the light fantastio toe.
The following is a list of premiums
FruitsBest half peek or apples, J. W.
Hearn; best varieties, C. J. Seifert. Beet
half peck pears, Andrew Barnes; second
best, Anthony Rack; best vuieties, An
drew Barnes. No award was made on
peaohes. Bost quart plunas, T. F. Willer.
Best grapes and best varieties, Prank
Murphy; second best and very fine, C. J.
Soften. CommitteeJ. W. Hammitt,
Henry Gulick and P. G. Cary.
Grain--Best and seoond beet peck of
wheat, Whim Hayes; best and second
best peck of oats, this Hayes; beet
peck of rye, Othia Hayes, second beat,
David Groves; best peck of barley, Win.
Rybolt,second best, D. Groves; best half
dozen stalks of oorn and best varieties,
Othia Hayes, seoond hest, Louis Fein;
best displapof grain, to include not less
than four varieties, Chia Hayes. com
mittee Samuel Bonn and &SWAM
VegetablesBest peck of Irish potaA
toes, Othia Hayes, second best, David
Grovee; best varieties Wm. Smith; ,
best hall peck of sweet' potatoes, Willa
Itayes bust half peck of tomatoes, Mrts.
C. alartkland. second best, T. J. Mann;
best varieties of tomatoom, Othia ilayes;1
best egg plant, L. L. Wilson; best water- 1
melon, T. P. Oyler, seciond best. Samuel
Myers; best citron melon, T. P. Oyler,
second best, Samuel Markland; best die
play of vegetables - Richard Powell.
CommitteeA. J. 'Titus and Charleiv
FlowersBest bouquet,' Frank Mur
phy; second beet, Prank Murphy; best
display of flowers, Frank Murphy. Com
mitteeS. IL Jackson and tieerge P.
MisoellaneousBeet two leaves of
home-made bread, Mrs. Mary A. John
son; boot two-pound roll of butter, Mar
garet Werk. CommittueMrs. Captain
Cox and MN. E. V. Wood.
The Bosses of Par Halfwit and Westminster
The Houses of Parliamentthe House
of Commons and tbe House of Lords
stand close by the river at Westminster,
with the Abbey in the rear. Probably
you will be more pleased with them thah
with the other buildings that you have
seen in London. rot', while they are
large and imposing, they have a sort of
airy grace, which is produced by numer
ous towers, spires, and abundant soroll
yfork. To what can I conapere them?
They seem so finely wrought that tney
might be woven pl lace instead of stone,
and they realize all one's ideas of a pal
ace, even of a fairy palace. At night,
too, when the Parliament is lu session
and all the windows stream forth light,
they are still more beautitul and still
more inviting to the fancy. ..The interior
is also exquisitely grand; and this is the
great legislative hall where tbe Queen,
the Lords and Commoners meet in wan
oil to frame laws for the people.
Westininster Abbey is much older
and nobler building than the Houses of
Part lament. Witain its walls rests the
remaius or monuments of ail thoise Eng
lishmen who have distinguiehed them
selves by brave deeds in peace and war.
wVictory or Westminster!" cried Lord
Nelson in entering oue of his sea-fights,
and he echoed a otomMon ambitton. Bu
rial in this sacred place is the highest
honer that can be paid. to an Englisb
man, and it is only allowed to the great
est. At one side there le a small space
flailed the "Foote' Corner," containiug
the fresh grave of Charles Dickens. af
loat neighbors to him are the memorials
eV rumble of Chaucer, 8ptfucer, Shak
epeare, Camden, Ben Johnson, Milton,
Dryden, Addison, Piandel,blarriolt,Qoki
smith, itheridan, Macaulay, Thaokeray,
Palmerston, aud other& no less lemon
in history or literature, Another part of
bhe ebbe, is divitied tato ben ehapele,
wit142 which repose the kings, queens
and princes; sad the tvaniepts and
sillies also shelter illuetrious dead.St.
ki Wholes for beptember.
Col. Mulberry Sellers os a Wax Figaro.
Donn Platt, describing Madame Tus
saud's waxworks show In London, tells
of , a funny little. episode of recent
occurrence there. To the great
mass of visitors eller night these wax
Ugures are so lire-like and real that It la
dangerous to get out of line, tor ft is not
uncommon to hair somo weary man or
woman who has seated himself or her
self, to 'be mietaken for a wax creation
and commented upon and criticitell by
the crowdahls is What happened to Ray
mond, the aural:, vibe has Col. Sellers
John was tired. and so hinged in an
old chair. He had not observed the
number plaoarded over iris head that in
dicated be who oocupying the seat of a
wax figure removed for repairb. The
crowd soon gathered about -him, and at
first Raymond thought hs was subjected
to a Oetaroon process of belbg stared at
so Col. boilers, Then h daibed aoress
bio fun-loving brain that its was being
oolotaxen for It wax llguro,tor one of the
We" egclannet My life-Litt
and natdrai to bo WS hi hi')
Ossologool won lloolly searched. god
Itums9roll tote or shslot
Very and putting a (06ES glare tp bis
eyes. This was not so pleasant aft It itt
ilyst appeared, for &reedy 4 man said,
"Well, I reiter tbtpk he is the oglielt
little fellow I ever saw." "It is posi
tively the most horrible looking meant
ure in the place Who Pi Ur owl
ladtza. O. "..
.d littinber Wfig Isth-d the
aocount read out: "Tom Thug, the era.
elest murderer. ever bung; cut the
throats of a whole family of fourteen
persons for the trifling sum cif ten
pounds, eight thritings and-six-pens:1P
"Well, I'll be hanged," cried Raymond,
Jumping to his feet, "if it is poesible to.
make a charge in England without tack
ing On that miserable sum of six-pence.
Here is the late Mr. Thug charged with
a wholeeale assassination, hnd they had
to slap 04 that sixpence. I believe the
late Mr. Thug was swindled." The
crowd laughed and et:reamed. One' more
cool bystander said; "Oh, hotbed that
is an old game here. This little fellow
is hired to do thisMme. Tussaud pays
him one pound six shillings--" "If you
say - sixpence," cried Raymond, "I'll
make the Aumber of the murdered at
Protsstion Against Malaria. '
Ttees as a cordon round a house are
considered a prophylactic. They must
not overshadow the building, for sun and
air are the- beet sanitary preventive
agents, but at a little distancie, they
seem, ceps:Wally if camphor bearing, like
the Australian gum tree, to absorb or
avert the miasma. There es many au
thentio instances of this power of veg
etation. Thee not too many trees shouid
be cut down in the neighborhood. Our
sun hsts a tremendous power, and it may
be safer not to expose an old forest
ground to its rays. Underdraining is a
well known preventive, and will some
times ( though not always) completely
preserve a place. Ponds should be dis
trusted, even with running water
through them, as they will become stag
nant under the best care. Medrooms
the ground floor should be avoided; and
in spring and autumn a little open Are be
keist up In the evenings. The old Bo
mans well understood the sanitary ef
fect of an open lire on their malarious
plains. Night air in April and Septem
ber must be guarded against, Di:whining
toed be habitually taken, a little solu
tion of quinine kept at band, and with.
ordinary prudence, a family may esoape
all ill elleote. tok the encouragement
of our rural-house owners it should be
remembered that England once suffered
an intermittent fever ail much as any
part of the United States. In the time
ot Cromwell parts of Lincolnshire was
almost unit:habitable 'rem the "fen fe
ver," and so with other distriots of Eng
land. Underdraining and cultivation
have ()hanged it ail in this Iespect.
will inevitably be the case here.N. 1C
A lucrative opening for yenta; ladies
has been made by the decision of an Ia
diana court that the fact of a girl being
engaged to several gentlemen at once 14
no bar to her suing each ol them for a
breach of promise.
l'he ifiteðely iiktr
The current numner of the WliRKLY
STAR contains a large mnount of inter
esting telegraph news, together with a
full summary of the news of the past
week; Wilier news concerning the crops
East and West; a large amodut of city
and suburban news el interest; interest
ing correepondence from different parts
of the couutry; Book and Magazine Ro
views, Religions News, a large amount
of interesting editorial 'natter, Odds and
Ends, Humorous Gossip, Personale po
etry, short interesting stories a forge
amount of home literary reading, mat
ters of interest to the farmer, meobanic
and family Wrote, together with a full
Home and Fore Iga Market and Financial
Price 4 cents, in wrappers, ready for
mailing, to be had at our minter.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
PARTIES WANTING GOOD AND CHEAP
nalCOND-HAND PIANOS will And mdooe
manta worthy tot their attention in the follow
ing list, Full descriptions will be given to
those addressing us In regard to tie
6x-octave Geo. Trayser upright
1-oistave Fisher. oarvett legs, round corners 12,fi
1-octave Ch loitering, rosewood, 4 round
I-octave Stoddart, rosewood, gothic logs 120
6..octave Mandl, with 2Co Ilan attachment 100
OK octavo Bump; g Co.. rosetrood... 110
II-octave Bretaconeidet. mahogduy 40
ex-octave Grovesteen, rosewood" " ..... tib
8g-octavo Ch loitering, rosewood,. 4 . round
..00ttive Ellington, curvedlegs.troutround 2t0
Sp.octave F. is. Burnt, rosewood BPS
- We offer these Pianos at exceedingly low
prices In order to reduce our immense stook of
D. IL BALDWIN & Co.
it 158 West Fourth street.
DOCTOR Z. FREEMAN
TrA8 RETURNED TO THE CITY. WILL
atteud to business ae usual.
NO West Sixth street, beteee Central avenue
awl John streets. I to
Rub Imr SPisps, At 101 Rase et, iyit-tf
Saddles HarnesS, Collars, &e.,
So. 30 East Fifth St,
de1847,1s,itaW CINCINNATI, O.
Gr. W klAttatatit,
Mattresses and Bedding
w. Filth U. , I Munn ett-ly A..
J. Bt. ItAYES & CO.,
Flour, Crain and Mill Feed,
Pia. SI Water St., Cincinnati. -
MnOtrainBags furnished to Shippers.
We have for bare disti on oonsiipoient 51000
bonnets obeli Minnesota, Vagrants and Wis.
pousla Spring snit Winter Wheat ault-ti
Iltr Alfred. White
tbein manioc th mutts OSAMU nAt"
eirtaximOnbriel," Ow being to p
taa 161 lieet intik Street,
Cinchmatt Type Foundry Co.
Cs WELLS, Treasurer,
101 VIM& STIMET
seir rtiwtype tor thin paper comeW
trona! tale Fobiadry
The Great Mo4ern Discovery.
I-urea sonaumptina spin a ging ot blood.
Curet; brottebitis. stiW.M Cattsik and Weak
luMse nonplus, colds, hoarseness and ell throat
Never lids in whooping eons or own
Otreogthetil. the V01006 et Spatters Ana Tea
buts.k tour druggist for it ud iske no inibeti
, J. IN !PAR az 901180 fourth and WM
11004 tAbokPoiltis tt anikri tlePR
;,: Tei: , ,
, Our trnlaundried 'White Shirt6
at - r
$1. 50! ,
Are the same, exactly, -as are
universally sold throughout the
Vatted States at ,
. , ibex mixt
' ' S2 50!. ,
Except that they , have never
been washed. ,
ONE .DOLLAR SAVED!
C. S. Weatherby-&-Co.,
- Cors Fifth awl Vine.
BROADWAY SILK HAT
NOW READY AT -
FIFTH AND WALNUT STS
OrINSND RETURN, GOO
PEUSLY & litORTOSPS9
an26-Sit 162 Vim street.
:VcAktiVir GOODS. .
NEW GOODS; NEW GOODS!
At 00 cent store.
hevr goods in great variety.
Poo t forget the plate.
4U -1mOo SO West Mt& Street.
Mitt and lisorge. can sbe consulted daily in
matters of inuilneoe, love or matrimony. lost or
stolen property. Stie bile also the gift to brine
absent lovers or Monde together, and Will lab
tell the age. She oheeritilly invitee all tp g ve
her a ORB and teat her poweri to reveal ibe fu
ture. - a01611m.
ILEA, STERRETT &
98 Went Third direct, Cialcihnlith
Bps lora in Bonds, Stooks itnd Gold, strktly.
00 Commission. J3716-11
T ARGB enms bave been realizeil in Wall
LAI street from small inveetments in Stook
rrivilegee. 100 shares of any stock bonght on
deposit of $800. Pamphlets giv.ing method of
811.1PSON DARRAGii Ss CO., ,
P. BQX fii16. Bankers and Brokers,
t4 Broadway, Cop of Wall street, New York.
ST. XAVIER COLLEGE.
MITA next &Won begins on the First MONDAY-in
aliiTEMHEIL Per Terms avply
at the College, corner ot Seventh and Sycamore
streets. H. A. HIGGINS, S. J., President.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS, in
every branch of literature, Fine Station
ery, Ladies' Note Paper, Visiting Cards
and Card Cases, Pooket.booka and Out
lery, Albums, Stereoscopes and Views,
Croquet, Children's Books and Gam;s,
Chromos, Itibttoes, Illuminations, Sun
day-sobool Music-hooks, at STEVENS'
Book-store, 89 West Fourth street (next
to St. Paul's).
Homeopath 40 Fiqpficiane
Mr Guiltmini la and Aural Boma, for
3uaatees of the Eye and If.ar, 223 West
Fourth Wear.. Surgeon to (-barge ,
13. 13. IVIORTOW, 1).,
1047 WINIT SEVItti tt 8T., Uttototati.
Aloe Hours-TO to A. M.; 1 to 4 P. M.;
WM. W E1NS, M. EL,
IL W. Con Seventh and John Ms.
Mee Hoursfrom to 9 A. M., 1 to 8 and
Elmira IC. lloward.
LDISMAISES OF FOAINK.1
No. ipa John street, Cinehapatt,
011ce hears. 9 ton. leb12-17
DR. O. W. LOUNSDIJItY,
.Residenea and OMns, & W. Cop. Seventh and
Mound sta. Wen LIcours-1 ta 11 A. M.; 2 to
11'11.1 6)6te1P.M. s
Drs. SLOSSON DIIONSON,
rcon 414 and ISInt fits.
ontaFlesti 2,4 to 10 A. 21.11 to 8 and
nradford Mc homey,
01Aoe 68 W. Seventh Stmt.
OFFICAt HOURS: 111011 Á. 11. TO 4 P. M.
Pr. T, O. Bradford at Mono from 10 a. m. to 1
p. Dr. A. O. Ilottoonoy at koala troth 1 to
291 Vise street, Wee doon above lighth
Dit I mitx-r, Dentist.
3Drroa DRNTAL REGIME
117 West Fourth Street,
to,14-ly WINNAT4 O.
Attorney and Onneellor at Law.
No. 21 Park Row, New York.
17,Collootions promptly made in ill porta
of the Um. datt-tf
PARPSNTER'S MANUAL. ..., A practical
it;lirpgia latattilittalnlior .1411nans.ciiidanallit irtIll
ralolt ttLaillimitt ii:rirl: e. 114 "IYMt
ANSY 1.3).. 1.v Rosso stYralaatil; Diet york,
ilia 11616at ., ,
AND. EXTRAORDINARY 7itri
WE WILL OPEN '
To-Morrow BE0n2Ing Aug. 28, 3E78,
100 DOZEN FIRST CIVALITT
SANIET-13-Di SS -
One Entiolott: ViretelVirnordInary
50 Cents per Pair!
C. S. Weatherby
Cor. Wiftit and Vine. '
FRESH AIR! FRESH AIR!
HO ! FOR THE COUNTRY !
DURING THE summEtt THE
01111 11- EMIT RAILWAY
SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAIN
IT it 4:3 11, A
Stopping at all way points, leaving Cincinnati
8:30 A. M., arriving at Aurora at 9:45 A. M.
Returning leave Aurora 1 E M., arriving at
Cincinnati 0:15 P. M.
and information at Depot foot of MM
street. R. T. BitYD014, Gen'l Pase'r Ag't.
C. Pl. PARIS. Ticket Agent. jelt-PAStf
bEGAL NOTICE.Goorge Hinman, of Dos
toniMaasacionsette, will take notice that
en W. Gaziay, of Hamiltan comity, 01110.
did on the Sth day of August, A. D. 1875, file his
petition in the Court of Common Pleas of said
countyease No. 46,762against said George
Hinman, setting forth substantially that there
is due from the Aia id bieorge Hinman to said
Allen W. Gazlay the sum of taill 38-160 with in
terest, from August lat,IMIS, for rent of certain
premtaes in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, on a
written lease. and praying for Judgtnent
against said George Hirt or said onto and
inoreslt Said Allen W. aziay duly caused an
order of attachment an process of garnish
ment to be issued in said action and certain
person...it propertf of said Guorgo Hinman's
seized thereon. and proem of garnishment to
be duly served; end said George Hillman is
notified that he Is required to appeat snot an
swer said petition on or before October 16, 13711.
Dated August 20, IKE
ALLEN W. GAELAY, '
au20-6t-P By rlisoDoRx GAILAir, his Att'y.
T Ej2AL.State of Ohio, Hamilkin connty,
.,11.4 Court of Common Ileas.--Laura Mediae
plaintiff, vs. Fannie Steen. mibor, aged 17
years; Charles M. Steen, a minor, aged in years,
and Georgia H. Steen, their guardian, and
Joseph mc Gougal, defendant --Case No. 46,8 4.
The defendants, Fannie Steen and Charles M.
Steen, minors, and Georgia H. Steen, their
mother and guardian, who are non-residents
of the State of Ohio. are hereby notified that
on August 10th, 1875, the plaintiff 'Move named
filed her petition in the Court of Common Pleas
of Hamilton county and State of Oblo, for the
partition of the followiug-described real estate,
"All those two lots of ground in MI western
part of the eity of Cincinnati and State of Ohio,
' end deseribed as follows, to wit: Nineteen (19)
feet off the west side of Lot No. 49k anti six (0)
feet off the eaat Mite of Lot No. 404.
1 '"Also, twenty-five (25) loot off the west side
of Lot 1io. 474. as the same are designated on a
plat of subdivieion made by the commissioners
eppointed So make nartition in the case of A.
' W. Auderson vs. Thomas Ewing et aL, Case
No. 16,168, in tho Superior Court of Cincinnati,
and which plat is recorded in Plat Book No. a;
pages 208 and 20i, in the Recorder's office of
Hamilton county, and is the same premises
conveyed by Daniel Head and ethers to Con
stance Head. by deed dated. March 1401,1566,
and recerded Book 826, ego 498, of said
The petition inks that one-half of said
premises be set off to the petitioner, and one
fourth each to the said Fannie Steen and
Charles M. Steen in fee.
The said defendants, trannie Steen, Charles
M. Steen and Georgia H. Steen, their guardian,
are bereby notified that unless they appear
anti answerer denier tothe fund petition, on
or before Saturday, October 28d, Mb, the same
will be taken as confessed, and a decroe had
LONG, KRAMER KRAMER,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Angust 18th, 1876. su20-7tF
TATE OFI OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY,
Court of LAmmon Pleas. Mo. 48,058. - Julia
ewcemb and John M. Newcomb, her hus
band. plaintiffs, against Francis Schad, Adolph
lehoenbein and Philip Kling. defendants. The
defendant, Francis embed, whose plaeo of resi
dence le Louisville, Jefferson county, State of
Henteety, witi take notice that on the leth day
of April, A. D.1815, the plaintiffs flied their pe
tition in the above entitled cause, the object
end prayerof which is that the Court shall de
Mare a oertain lease executed and delivered to
said Schad by the plaintiffs and signed and
sealed by said Schad, on the'14th day of March,
A. D.1874. whereby the plaintiffs devised to
said Schad for the term of three years, ,Irom
July 1, 1874, the following described premises:
That oertain spot of ground with improvements
situated in the village of Westwood, Hamilton
county, Ohio, known am "Captain Newcomb's
Country Itosidence," lying and being on -the
south side of the road leading from the Har
rison pike to Cumminsville, &bent litKI feet east
of the Harrlson pike, and containing three
acres of ground, more or less; to have ceased
and determined, and to have become null and
void by reason of violation of 001rOnallta therein
eontaineel, for Ebe damages for such violation,
for restitution of possession of said premises,
and for all other farther and dift'erent. proper
relief. Said Schad will take nonce that unius
ho answers or demurs to said petition on or be
fore the 18th day of September next, the Alle
gations eontained In said petition will be taken
as tree, lind Inds:went rendered aecordingly.
, ! JULIA M. NEWCOMB
,LIS M. NEWCOMp.!, ,
G.4.1tr FAUTA111-401.7110 -J
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LAAT TWO .
FRIDAY, Aug. Dili, Benefit of the Chap 114
Actress arid rear' of Song,
C VAR A wittDmvt.
The Great Success, r
MARRIED AND DIVODCED. )
Saturday MatineeUNC!,B TOM'S CAROL
$5 cents te all puts of the house. au2B-St 1
Gulick's Grand Central Theateri
Sixth street, between Main and Walnut.
THIRTY' BRILLIANT PERFORMER&
Admiselon, 16, SEs 85 and 80 vents.
Fridley Evening, August int Ink
leth GRAND CONCERT
ruzaz ItED DANDli
Under the Direction ot MICHAEL BRANEtt
Conductor of the
Cincinnati Grand Orchestra, ,
THIS (Friday) EVENING, Anima(
it F. ROOS, Proprietozt
FOR PBCBAIt JUDGE.
Chris. VonSeggern is an independent
candidate for the Aloe of Probate Judge eff
the October election. an18.114T4,61
NINETINNINTLI EDITION. :
Containing a complete list of all the towns kit
the United States the Territories and the Do-.
minion of Canada', having a population greatest
than 6,000 according to the last census, togeths,.
with the names of the newspapers having Um
largest local circulation in each of the Otiose
named. Also a catalogue of newspapert Whisk,
are recommendA to advertisers as givig
greatest value in proportion to prices charg
Also, all newspapers in the United States ant
Canada printing over 5,000 each Issue. Alp).
all the' Religions, Agricultural, &dentine and
Mechanical, Medical, Masonic. 4uveulle, Edw.
cational. Commercial, Insurance, Real Estate.
Law, Sporting, Musical, Fashion, and Oka
special class journals; very complete list&
Together with a complete list of ever 800 Ger.
man papers Printed in the United States. , '
an essay upon advertising; many tables at
rates, showing the cost of advertising in va-.
rious newspapere, and everythinfzwhich a
ginner in advertising would like know.
Address GEO. P ROWEL it CO.,
41 Park Row, New York.
kEGA L. Frederick Hagenbucht wid IOW .
nobles that he has bosh sued by Sybil la
agertbuch in the Court of Common Pleas.
amnion county, OhioCase No. 40,714--foi
divorce. and auatody of ehibi, on account oil .
gross neglect of duty aim extreme cruelty..
Unless be answer. within six weehe from due
date, the petition will be taen as true. ..
E. M. 8FANGENDEUG, Attorney,
July 80,1815. N. W. cm Court and Mai&
lifEGAL NOTICEGeorge Hinman, of Boo.
ton. Massachusetts, will tate notice, thee
A en W. Galley, of Hamilton county, Ohio,
did on the eth day of July, A.D. 1075, me hie
petition in the Court of Common Pleas ot aald.
Hamilton county, case Number46,647, agantee
Sairt George Hinman, setting forth substan- -
tinily that there is due from said George Hin
man to said Allen W. Gaslay the sum ot '
WS 83-160, with interest from ally 1, 1815, fog
rent of certain premises in the city of Cincin
nati, Ohio, on a written lease; anti praying for
judgment against said George Hinman for artist .
sum and interest. Said Allen W. Gazlay duly
caused an order of attachment and process of
garnishment to be issued in said action, and
certain personal pmperty of said George Ilia
man seized thereon, and process of garnish- '
went to be duly salved. And said GEORGE
HINMAN is notified that he is required to ap
pear and answer said petition on or before On.
tober 16th, I875. , - ,,
Dated August 20; 1816. .
ALLEN W. GA ELAY,
By Tila0DORI GrAZif AY, his attorney.- .
I:GAL.The Court of Common Pleas, Honk.
ton co., O., o. 43,708M tiff JR110 Checks-
cid vs. George T. Chacksiteld, divorce.--The
above named George T. Chacksfield mhos res. -
Menem it unknown) is hereby notified that the - -
above named Mary Jane Chackefield did, - :-
the 9th day of August, A. D. 1815, file her Pea
tion in the Clerk's office of the Court of Com.
mon Pleas, within and for the county of. Ham.
ilton and - Kate of Oluo,,charging the saig
George T. Chacksfield with willful absentia ,
from the said Mary Jane Chacksfield,
his wife, for more than three years
last peat. and gross neglect of duty toward the
sqld petitioner, and fisting that the may be
divorced from the maid George T. thaeksfield.
and that the care, custbdy mei control of Stan- -
ley Chacksfield, minor child, the only issue of
said marriage, may be awarded to her. The
said George T. Chackstield is notified that said
petition will stand for hearing in six week, ,
after the Met puolication hereof, after whiek -
time, unless he will answeiteor demur to the '
petition, a decree will,be taken against hint ay
MARY JANN CHACKSPIELD; . -
STAINWON LYN, Attorney for petitioner.' - ,
au' ii-etle3 , .
FGAL MIMICAscher Heller, a non-rese
ident of the State of Ohio, will take not,
at Mary Ann Mullen, of Cilleitillail Obi
did, on the glith day cot June. A. D. 1875,file hoe --
petition in the Speller Court of Cinciunati
against J. C. Hanover and said Aaeher
eliciting that she is the owner' and bona fiat
holder of a certain promisory note made, toms '
cuted and delivered by maid J. C. Hanover 011 -
the 7tb day of September,1807; that ou said deg .
the better to secure the payment of said nowt -
the said J. C. Hanover made, execzted aod de- ,
livered unto said Mary Aun Mullen his cert te -
mortgage deed, whereby he conveyed to : '
said Mary Ann Mullen the Mlowing deserthe
real estate.: All that certain lot or parcel
land in the county of Hamilton and State ,
Ohio, in the northwest quarter of Section lq o. 4.
tovenship two fractional range. two, in tkg
Miami' Purchlse, beginning at the northeast
corner of Lot No. 2, on plat of partition of thr
estate of John Preeetone, deceased; ;hewn
north 89x degrees, east 15 55-100 chains; thence ,
south X degree, west 9 98-100 chains thence -- -
west 15 50-10U chains thence north X' degree. -
caste 61-Mo chains tbe beginning, contein.y
lug 15 40-100 acres, and being Lot No. a in the ,
said plat of partition by Commissioners among
the heirs of John Irmestone, deceased, as re- 7. :
corded in Plat Book No. 2, Page 154. and that
said mortgage was recorded Book No. 2113.
page 283, of the Hamilton Countv Records an4
that the equity of redemption of said V Ct. -
Hanover end Ascher Heller may be foreclosed. -
and the above described premises be soldf and
out ot the premeds of such sale the amount duq - ,
the said Mary Ann Mullen may Pe to her peld.
And said defendant ie bound to answer or deg'.
mut' to said Petition on or before the ilath d4If -
of September, A IL VIM otherwise the mum '
will be taken as true.
NARY- ANN MULLEN..' ;
FOORO81 again & Alma, Attorneys. 4
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