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' ' . t , - . , ialliimummk . . , nuTTERrermS PASMONS. ' - I, 1: , . , SME DAILY STAR The following programme of music will be , - - PRESENTS. ' - - - performed at Eden Park, at I P. M., to-day, by - , ' -, - iirl " , 11:10:: ebe Germente Bend: Bridal Presents, :- - - ' , , i, , IATTIRDAm .. AUGUST 28 , wedding mereh....mendelesehn. IngLhday presen,, . . ,,,. , . , , , ,, , w , . OvertureA Day in V iennaStippe. &AEA- to 9 ' I t LAGIST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. Adsaalm.ecu trB1 r"tdiod do loollemeau " . ni,D;cri-dh'il ; In AO Des,. ð .ft JI- ... : - 'taring bought the entIr.e bushr, sopf flia9.119.,ENrs.. Wir,t12411DI . , , . , , , . - . , - - - . , . , , , , , , t ' v - . , . , , . Onli '..... . . -, ' ' ' , . . 1- ', . ,.. VIE DMLY. STAR ' ' " ""11 ' ., .. . , . , .. , - ,, PRESENTS. ' ''. , . ' - . ' ' . ., BUTTERICK'S PASETIONS. , , , . , -- . ...,, -, . , . The following programme of music will be , , ii,1 , 4trec:: petbertoeorturmedanattftEdysennZark, ats s r. m.. to-day by - - did ,Presents, ,-e -,, - - , isp.,. . , , . , , , - i, , IIATURDAM .. AUGUST 28 ' '. ', " - , - 'I . Bri A . ' ' . . .. SP..bur Itv N'O.TI,C ., . ' Wedding March-,-Mendelesohn. ' B. - 11 d8eleefleil ITODI r00)1I1011 de 1401110Meitu-- .. - - . :,m : , m........1....,..,,,,, Overture-A Day in V ienna--Suppe. . 1 t . , . 1,41GLST ClItCULATION IN THE CITY. A - irtnuay Presents, . - ' ' . Christening' Presents , : - - ' Itaving bought the 'entire business of GEORGEN. WILLARD, .. am. s , Waits-Gentian Iltarte-Strausa Silver Wedding Presents , ,, Polka di Concert (for cornet)-Legendre. - , , .. ' efOornM80eridlyaltOcedatitdwititthir031.y Wow. nE1,01,11,TaSdhilteSsrdetlets,i2r1(1400t0P fpru011igiraltallsee0,Baulittl, .- , ' . . ,,.. , - , -Probably fair Orlitray 510tIfiy She titiXS pverture-Huguenots-aleyerbeer -Madame A eget-it-Aimee. , . , ,, id 4011111. - - ' N Clitetiaa trout Lemlutrdi-Vertik - '' ' Golden Wedðin g Presen 9 o . teriek's -Patterns or Pubgeations can now only obtain them at , ts Butteriek's tiVholesale and Retail General Agency, corner Fourth , , , Pinales-Stranse, ,,, , . . . I. LOCAL BREVITIES. . - - and Elm. . N. 33.--We invite'every Lady to attend our Opening , ? PRESENTS FOR CITIJRCHES.. r-giCel,H AS of Fall Fashions of European and American Designs, on MON , . . , 444414,-84ftwiewoo..404 Amwelnent COMMUNION SETS A .1-L WATER SETS AD Y, Aug. 30. . ' D. S. BLAKE, General Agent, ' .. , .. . ; , . . Tim mimic at Wielerga PavillhiA.Inet eVell- The GRAND OPERA-HOUMA-Last night WES lt - Corner Fourth and Elm streets. ' - . ', ,:, -, 1 ' ', ,' . hid wss ehtnYed by douse Oremla. , , s , - 1 ,,,I, - .. . , I . , EST. Dlt. IL M. RATFLELD. of T" , the occasion of Mies Wildman'a benefit at the , . - .. . , eestelphis, Grand, in honor Of which event n large and , st..4 . , ,& C 00 9 ' ' HATS. ' ' ADIjl .'mP ,,IEN , " --,t ''. 1 ,, ' , to ot the Woin41. .4 ill.- . , , , ,', , --"' All" IL 11 Church 1'7.- appreciative audience were in attendance. The .' , 7 .,:',,, l - ' . ... ..... ... Ls. A. bl. , . play was the same which introduced tins liLly , Goidstniths and Silversmiths ' . 3 ' GRAND OPEHA-ILOUSE . .. , .u.,, , - . , . Cob. A.. Jones hugone Eut to make ar- to our publie, and was repeated last evening FOURTH' AND WALNUT STREETS, CINCINNATI, FALL STYLE , , . ,, r, .1 .,' .,', emattemente with wine of the Eastern eempa- by the special request of her many friends -' :1" ':', F i ,,.,' . . Mali to furnish ears for Route"No. 18. diere. The character et Florence Grantley te k ; , , - - . -. , L.A'T TWO blIGHTS. . . -; 7: . '' i . : - -.. TIM Bettuttnertegmee Band discoursed one peculiarly adapted to MI00 Wildman's . . BFIOADWAY SILK HAT . '- ,. . ií , , , fill music throughout the evening to the style of acting, and has established for ber DENTISTN:r. - ' - 1 ' OYSTERS. - - FRIDAY, Aug. alth, Boaellt of the tharalint ' ''''' ' - ' thattrequented the Atlantic last night. etiite a repittatiOrt in this locelity. Mr. F. B. 1- ryildinates Theophilos Maggie was rendered M 73 N El'ir ,, Actress and Pearl of Song, , , , , ; i - ' , ,-. ' Plop'. 'ANDREW J. JoinesoteChiet President with his usual excellence, winning great ap- . . ' 1, ; . - the Washington Total Abstinence Society, t A. V E 1)- OYSTERS NOW READY AT , . , plaftse, from We audience. tin Baleen was '-' I' ' ''' , ' New Orleans, conduct's a temperance meet , t , , , . ,,, , - , sat the X. M. C. A. touight. , , , e very goodlei Harry Grantiey, having improved ..-,,,,,...,- ,-, . '-",",,la::, ' TIN9s CLARA WILDMAN's ,,,,, , . . , , gruatty upou his recent periormance of the '14W 'Sigetes,,,t -- 9 ' , ; ' ' A MEETING of theChriatian Workers wiil be same ona,amee. ens, Joe Bally and blies A - gke ' - ' ,:. ,...,,, ',-,.,, Ninth Season of. ELLIS It MAR . , , e . The Great Success, . . , . ; , , at 4:80 temorrow atteraoon, and the Kate Collins were also well received. At the - , ,,a,,,,sje ' .'"'"'- '4k.,.).-,,t44,07: .,c- e CO.'S celebrated STAR BRAND FIFTH ANI) WALNUT STS. . , , . 0t-,,, , 1 ., . - , pel and Inquiry meetings take place at1;45 matinee this afternoon MO very popular play - :"1 ' 1 ' M. Subject: "The two paths.' . of "Uncle Tom', (atein." will be produced. . - - 'tt: ' ' ' '.-' - ;,. -"44111 - Baltimore Oysters. Iteceiving angtet RIAIRELIED AND DIVORCED. r - . , Daily by Express. . 4 , " . - l , ., ' A heti named Lewis fell. down a stelyway 00 ,-. AMICK'S GRAND L'ENTRA1.--This house BAB , "! ' .1'1 '. F,1 itBAutl, neer Walottt ee.-eet,, 14,4 evening, and CENT'S Per Tooth .... - FURNISHING GOODS. Saturday Matinee-UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Merely jammed last night, it being the ocea- tke '125 and 127 ''' i,,k, ; ' : ' Itas vise, pAinfully lured. He wits taken te sion of the hellcat of the popular comedian, so FOP EX1111cting J E. FREY. w .:- - - .,,..., , , Xs hernia On Third en Elm streets. , Mr. B. C.: Hart The entire programme con- WITIIOUT P.A.IN! .. . - ' Eittil bt. ,'-' l'' 111 '" 1"-, 11 ' - ill cents to all parts el the house. - au25-tg, . . ' '1 " ' - - "' , Tits members of the Newsboy's Uulon will slating Of songs, dances, and comic skete'oes , . P. 8.-Also, New Tork Saddle Rock Oysters 's '.3.. I , to-morrow, 8 P. M., at Robinson Oper-a- was rendered tothe e tire satisfaction of tile It o" Gulick's Grand Central Theater, ': By the nee of Nitmus Oxide or Laughing Gas, .- - -."-,, ; - " . - nee, to make arrangements for earns:mat- audience, who were exceediugly loud, not to .1, . quick, safe and harmless amestetic. M kegs. - - 1 ; .'' in the opening day of the Exposition. í say beisterons, la their applause. The eame - 4. - ,- ,-. - ' Sixtestreet, between Helix and Walnut. ', es'a - t ' - , The Hon. Josiah Keck is happy. The cause programme will be repeated to-uiglit , , For an Upper or Lower oys T E Rs ! 1.-,4),,,Niiiic roc (T.1:1.1-ei:!i OP E N EVE R Y NI G H T. . -.' ''!'-' 1 , - ' et this hilarity is Briggs Cunningham Kook, Tine NATIONAL THRATRILThis house opens 1.0 'it, : 1, . - . - as Roe a boy as waa ever preseuted to a haupy to-night with an immense bill, which includes 'SET OF TEETH, I am now in DAILY RECEIPT of A HIRTY BRILLIANT PERM ER ' :, Sather. Briggs Cunningham put in his appear- the names et the leading variety talent of tne On Rubber, worth $20 a. 14. vAittlEaNT sz, co.'s 8 ittl ..., 11.......,AIZI4 '! Admil ssion,15, 25, 85ind 60 cents. 11,1d. aultitil ' e t r ,I . , - some yesterday. , present ;lei,. Mr. Robinson has spared no ex- I A,-..F,, . ,..! ,, , I ' , .. !MON SERVICES Of the 'Poplar-street and in refitting his house this season, paint- Customers from a distance will save enough , - 0 71,,,,4 ' & tT k 1 I Lioolrout Ilousge , , 0 , , - Presbyterian Churches; Church of the aged for some time. The stage manager, Mr. lishment to defray the expense of attending am I G OYSTERS. - , . ' - - - . -.. - , , ,i', , -f . , and Findlay and York-street M. E. Sh slrasa8aand carpenters having been actively en- in having their dental work done at this estab touglas, ha8 also been very active in the prep- the city for that purpose, besides, securiug Is 4 ,s, , es, take place at the 11110V.e nrst-named "SEND FOR PRIM Lii-T.' aration ot his list of stare and attractions first-class work, Promptness and satitsfaction .-,. . , - .- '" sherch to-morrow night. - ' The performancte tonigilt promises to be. that eau not be obtained in towns or offices of my25-13(1-TuTheat FREE CONCERT ' I ::,,,f : : ,' Tan Y. M. C. A. conduct the first et a aeries above the usual mallow, variety standard or email practice, where there is no stock of Teeth This favorite Brand to Me best that cemes te . .:,''S-, ' , - tiStreligious meetings on Price's Hill to-mor- the National- or material to select from, such as we have at this market. &For sale at Depot of EVERY AFTERNOON . AND EVENINOt - , . - mdat 4 o'clock. Geed vocal and instrumental . , , ------ our command. J. P.U1E111AZZO la, . BY THE CELEBRATED , , : - , ;-'7 ; ' - - poetic, furnished by the Barracks Band, has '- '' 4.,...' been proVided. 2'As foto Levy. - GREAT WESTERN DENTAL CO., kb Central ave., con Estrett St. 1-1 30 s'sxAINT BAND.' - au24-2tru&S .-rse.-",'"c I Tut voting placed the Second precinct, Bev- At the meeting of the Board of Aldermen se ea " WE.'" Im13 w est Sixth, Street. Prof. J. Weiffenbach, the celebrated druine - , onteenth ward, has been changed from the , yesterday the following communications from a IRON WORICS. . , mer who perfonns on sixteen drum'. win age ',,;. ' t,e , , , ileuth side of Seventh street, between Mound the Aualtor were read in reference'to the tax Cincinnati, Ohio. ' , , slot the band every afternoon and evening. , . 4,4--sr ond Cutter, to the southeast corner of Barr and levr, and will explain themselves: ' DR. J. ORMSBY DONOGIL Deritist. Ro.ntillosmIclipatont TO ORDER, , FRANK HASSIT,-PreurietoaS i . . ;,11,,,, 1, , ' . gMetor strode. , - . au28-8,1AS IN -tf Wet. Melte, editor of the Volkofreund, failed In reply to a commimication from the City , au98 - . 4 Clerk, asking Couuty Auditor Humphreys to .. : ' Eximake an appearance in the 101100 Court levy on the grand duplicate sixteen mills for TONIC ELIXIR. fl, FROM MEDIUM TO FINE sT GRADES. PIANOS AND ORGANS. 1 . ' , : , ' r - morning against Nat. Heiner who shot at . , a 2", f . ' I , city putpotes, and four mills for the payment FULL LINES IN STOCKi Fitted and Set to any Old or New Grate. We offer at all - times Inducements, ,,, I el , ni on Longworth street. lionl'er was doe- , of interest on the Southern Railway boncle, the 5.-,-6,-.-a-g-tiitert..--e- Of our own-Manufacture. i- --s ''.- ' missed on payment of the costs. , . County Auditor returned the document with ,...J.,-,(Dm eni ' , . WILL ADD TO s worihy the attention of Piano. and Or-i . - , , '. Tim Councilmen and Aldermen who bad tne ' -,,, if the tollowin indorsement: tele,-.0-r z '.7 ,, tal Z - . ., , AoS'" 4 Home' Comfort & Oleanl ineSSI WIL ON B gan buyers. Our stock is the largesit ,1 ; , , , . sentrait for ternishing and refittinf the d di- I acknee edge the receipt of certificate un- IinIsaille, a, ' 4- ' ..e4 ,,,e- Ros and most complete In the city. D. u: ',I,e,,:,. l 1 - , bleat offices the City Buildings. eve sus- der the corporate seal of the city of Mem:late ila-e-La z' - .... se s,..- ', re" 1. AND- 1 I BALDWIN & Cit., 158 W. Fourth at. i , ... ;- ' . Deeded work, owing to a lack of money. They et which the within hi a copy, together with SZI,Eitim ! --t-sc, , , bemire an additional sum col ;1000. ' lè4S-......le4-,t,,". ,' ' , Increase the Sales of Dealers, Decker Brothers' Pianos and Ebtey Organ& , J. It , - - the papers relorred to (tile two ordinances), F-,zdtt. ' . t , THE free concerts at the Lookout House are protesting that twenty mills la in violation of .1,-,1,cQS ea ,c; - s1144:., t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ' 79 Fourth Street, ' CINCINNATI, (PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE). jall-lyTu.Tb&S ',.'. ! 4 wing large audiences nightly. The cam- law. Joskra B. Hutoreeeva, 1-11 - !Pi .- ' ,.;, a ., And Nos. 61 and 00 Washington et., Chicago ' . , , -4 Hessian Band and Pref. Weiffenbach, "Auditor of Hamilton County. Ohio." s-cc -f 6-'4j 'COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. - l , tárSexid for Circular, or Apply to . literOdy,8514 WI - .."..-,....' ! .1 - wonderful drummer, are among the great- eAUDITOR'S Oloriolt, HAMILTON COUNTT,1 ;00.71 . ! , , - ! , ' hoe novelties of the season. A free perform- GINOINNA'ri, August 27, 1875. 11'1011'4i - lib, "qt.,)4i- - C S. RANKIN & CO 9 . CARRIAGES. . . NELSON'S '.., , , . - ' ; - - ok, is given to-night. ITo the lionerable; the Common Council, Lity 11:214zLI ',' , , . - MR. ALLISON Cheek, a former' Cincinnatian of Cincinnati:. - I'.,,szt1),, . gel Man9f9rs of Grates and Mantels, "'.4 i : - , Sect well-known to the mholesale drysgoods "The City Clerk of Cincinnati bat certiiied to 5,'S...x.111 , - taA iil ki , Pearl Street. near Plum. GEOs a MILLER &.SONS, ' ' BUSINESS : - '.. ' ',. , ' . , .of pearl street twenty years age. died in Me, under date or 26th inst., that your honor- ...,:itolifice. . . 01. ,s, - II e e , tt3 -Tetitf,12ri, : s 1, 1 : . U-Ii1 Francisco on the 16th. For the Last fifteen 'able body has levied au aggretrate percentage oeregiri ,,,, 1 . years ne has been the cashier el the San Fran- of twenty mills on the real and personal prop- tro(i3ce-rtsp,I.-., ,.-, .....1.,QH,., ., ell9 and 21 WEST SEVENTH STREET. . COLLEGE' :-'!--', , ,eorrty.o: 3Leitt:relln8u7.a.ti, and dircet said agglegate ---oe , im t. . '. CONSERVATORY OP music. Mee Bulletin.- ,,,el . . . , . ,.. , .1 -, pereentage W be placed on the grand duplicate -1'...--ite,is--1-.1- -: . ' ,, :.,,,r. '--14' ; I The Woman's Christian Temperatiee Union - ESTABIISHED OVER TWENTY YEARS' . .,-.1c-Juix ...7) , 'ip -st , t,.. ' s I CINCINNATI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. 4. ,,,,,,, , , ,, &ad ail friends of tempe an at are requested to iR,n,1A.eg S e "t reepectfully refer k the objections stated tone ca. ..... , "v" ' ' ' ' ' moot im the First Baptitit Cburch oa Court - ;-; sl '''Ir ' HISS CLARA BAUM Directress. ----A- - An Instittition Patronized by lha in my communication. or Jule lid, 145, to your FIgg..-t-..., :.. , , At .. Most Prosninent Business Mess 1"1-11 t "el street near Mound this afternoon at 4 teclock. honorable body, .which I du not waive,but z,,....,,. ,A'..,, t ,, New and BleganeStyles la the Greatest ne matter of establishing a Temperance Inn MBE Bianches Taught are Vocal Music, ' of CinCintsati. , ,. !.! tit this city will be eoneiciered. strictly adhere to, anti reaseure yoii thag I re- o9"S'- 'e els6140,-; .: ,,,, , ,Iti , 1, Piano, Organ,Violin min V101.011e0110. Also - Variety. - ,',L. - . i, - Tnoisas STRRIP yeeterdey brought suit in the upon the tax duplicate an aggregate percent- In.. .0,4 ,,,,,- 's ' . :1, . seir Patent SIDE-SPAR WAGONS a ' under the directiaon of - 1., , H. G. ANDRES, , NELSON .51 KELLEY,' Prop'rs, FAxopay, toirlecoveri lli0,000 fdamagesalite :nue; year, any excess of the sum beln3, in my judg- .4seitS41 4,1--t.A ,,,,., 1,, , -- . tesi P idgader al ;611S,i'21- , .1;,, .tr,' "t'4-,.41; ' ' '-' - gard it as my official duty to decline placing ist, ' ,, -.CE '- ., ,,,I, , , thIPOriop Court against ihe .clacinnati Gas age exceeding sixteen mills levied in any one . ti., v... ,,,, s.,-;"''' ! ', , ' ' tilled a cfstilts,e aoaul'llga?na nacara geaesoland astr -at, js 1 ao 'rag soi oans (on! atelits3 tiet) yu -"S' RI st-- , . , ,,,-,... 4n.. ', ,. the Science of M sic. The Piano tiepartinent is 1 my15-1y,SaTn wiellf kne, wnhtoetherpublic as rene ofhthe first .1 cs . LLs Treasure y , Type ijoandi v en , i ger. For particulars call at the Moe.. , , , , t -',., -- S E. Cor. Fourth and Vino. tp . ...,- 1 . 4 Dom which he was attempting to draw wads, ee alanalltslaat4ultleascat Aaeambly of the State of Ohio. . o ice-tally. - - - -Ii Penists and at the same time as a most elle- emcinnatt 400,.,,, ',. . , . ) Ce61 U no, or. 4 , '-'''''; ; '; st the time of the explosion. "Respectfully submittel, ' 114, ,, ,e - r aif J , , il P S . 201 VIN 2 STREET. RAILROAD LETTING. . Tux residence of Mr. W. P. Kurtz, corner of "JOSEPH B. HUMPHREYS, - 19 ' ft - - . ,,,, I year. For particulars ad ress 1 . - 1 , !Filbert avenue and Nassau street, was entered "Auditor elanniton County, WM." ,,- , . -,. -, ' ,-- - - ' MISS DORA NELSON, Sect'', Mr' The type for this paper comes LETTING ,. NO - 24. -- :,... i, , . . .nat night through a seeend-story window, aed ------se 6,..EmOnommommoom.o. . . eti of a pair of pants containing 4'28, a sii- my20-ero-d kw , au14-8t,S trij W. Seventh et-, Clucinuati. from this Foundry. . ' -,- ' I watch. and a draft on New York for 4215. . ' PERSONAL. . . , ..- k "" ha draft was Issued by the Lafayette Bank of Steele Pe Price, col Chicago and St Louis, we , .,--, , . .. . ,..,7, , - BREWERY. . , city. No arrests as yet, but a description are pleased to 011y, are among the few who put ' '- , 1 tit the burglar has been left at the police head- into the market articles Just as et:presented, . . PROPOSALS.P011 'CROSSoTIES. . . . , -,..., , - sooners. : perfectly pure, selected with care and com- bined in a manner to ne nerfect tn their action . , , 'B oc lock noon for furnishing four hundred sing EALED Proposals will be reeeived until' . .':',s;', - , . Audit' JOHNOTow, the eolored man who, on S WEDNESDAY, September 1 lith, 1875. at le , , ,--,4,- . 18th inst., cleaned out tbe Bethel and " 11 11 b it . s;--- I , . I en with a dra lin, on ed down severe m Y I Government, and ntrge quantities are menu- fifty thousand Cross-Meet be delivered On the , s 44' ' . more, was arraignea in the Police Court,. factured to meet the wants of their various , . rvemthiloeus8soanudtha sait4 11 line of the Cincinnati Southeru Railway, be. ,0 'I:, 1 I ' morning, on a charge of assaillting a yoent lereceentutmekyt fo(froud I I - nam is I rodwreesrulatss. eeThnettirppDrroTPearibcey'tehle enalinteallsatakitengs ed ennis O'Neil, with intent to kil znitatY liests Whilntheir nrPriee's Special . . ..1 tweenLudlow, Kentucky, and Tatesville, Fee , - FIATOTHIJOI Of Vanilla, Lemon, etc., are becom- ' ' . 7.'" -': - above charge was changed to that of as- . A ' '''-',' '1Z J putt and battery, and-Johnston was sent to the- ing equally as popular, .The ouly way to force ,. . . - , , koint Burnside). - -,- ! ,1 , Work-house for six,months and fined WO. adulterated cheap articles out of the market , .. ... - - ,-;;..--.-...-;,,-,--, ,,,,:. . -.:,.,---S-eier---. ,',..2. - -144, - --:,-- a,,...w.- :'7,,,s.; i;e',4--- , upward. Printed forms must be uoed, and die ...!.,1 ,f ' ,1 . ii to encourage honest manufacturers. Tanks gangs of men, numbering fifty, are at - ,-:- .---,.-1-;--.7,- ''''4;44:,----- --------T5016 - .-- -;;;1-- 4-----i---------: --:.'----- e7,- -- - -- "- ,-- --- '''-q,,S,-----T--z. si'pl-N;.,:,.--,:. rectal to the Boar4 of Trustees of the Cinchis --' 'a ---- - .--i--:;-;'-- -- 'I- --- -''-;--- . 17.7"--!:::T- "'" - - - -':'- 7.''';;;-1-4F-'' - - --- - ' - ' - 7,-- - .2 t4i.''''','. -7-44'..- ., ' la BI5klid8C:infitY''be n 1 -; ', . giterk on the College HAI railroad. It is to be '-,,. -'" -..t.,-:---------.-------,,--7 '!"---- - - - -,,..,-,. ,-7-7.1F,----r e-- -k, . . . ..-5, -:;.- -s 1 - -,-; 4,..,1,k, . 9. ..4,., 4. , --.4w- .e - - . nati Southern Railway, No. 10 West Third , Eia threefoot gauge, and will run from a - MARBLED. 60 'r V-4,1-. le - --- -,L,..-4 ---1,,-,4,- -,--- street, Cincinnati, O. Specifications can be hail, ri,-- t , ; , , t in Cumminsville where it will connect - - -. , - - ,oes-- ...,- -,-,e---....4-- - - - -7, - --cf.- ---:: - - -,... - -:.,--7!' FA, . f ' ,. - - - ---- -,- - - 1 , " ' - ..- I-7:r- : . . .e4-2.-SeW---: - :tteir-,;.-- - T. - ,""tZ' ' .--,.' - Ir..- --,' '1,, 4,ty.,Wiy.T., : ,:,..... at the Mee of Thomas D. Lovett, Principal e -,,, , , . , the ether railroads, cross Groesbeck av- HARPER-CILLEY-At Valley. Jfinction, -.11-0-Ve-,!--;--', ----311,,,,--"'W-, , ,,,..,,,-,7. ... ,,, -tesei...-.., ,,,,,,,2- , ., . is-; IF-- ,,..,-'--.4.---- '- ,s- 'e,- , ,,.., . -7.-- -- . - -- Engineer, No.10 West Third street, Cincinnati, 1-'-' ' I ' ham at the junction ot Linden avenue. posing Hamilton county, hie, On the evening of Au- - "4- : .,,:s-,--- - .., t..,- ,-'---''.--,-.----,,,,,,,---e-as,z--. ,--,T --- -a-c- ,-' '' --: -,M,-.4,40 -..,.--.' -,,,iterate,-4,51M Ohlo. St- I the Bowlen.Cellins, Pendleton, La Boy- gust le, at the residence of tne bride, by Rev. Zt.---..,,,----a";,..,:.,,,,',-- ,",-- 42U-''., , - -- - ,, .: 7,-,-,-,,,-,,, p ;,---....r.ril,7,1,'"-.7:---- -, --, :':----,--.2-4.--"'-- - , :7 - J -. ..-,--,,:--.-:--,, -ells-....,. The-Board reeerves the right to reject any oil ''':" '' - Eta and Howard lands, to Linden avenue. 'R. E. Hawley, Mr. J. ta Herper, of College ,,e,.... , -..aelslo-n-s-,--, .,--,e. t ,,,,L. s'e, "Se...,'----- .....--,--.,- - ." ',,, " ---- ;1 , - -- -,-,------,-:- s.,--er------, .g,,e0- q71-,,- -.:.;..,..,. ..-,,--- ail bids. By order of the Board, - .' - 1 F1'" ege Hill, near the gresbyterian Church. Comer, (Mike to Miss Ella de Utley, daugiater tLE.,,...,,,,-.74 ',41---,....1-1,;,1,,,,87:' -xi.- ::-- ?::' (2,,,,,,,,,f ,:t4T.4.--------:-,4 ,,,e-,:-,,..- -,- - : .....,..,..,:---77.----,1- -:,... rz:!,..,,,,-;4-.7.-:,2::--. . MILES GREENWOO,D, Preeident , , '' ' '' lita. Ida-te RtsaTax and wife, residiug one c ; - i , ,.' . - : mile north of Sharonville, in this county, gave ot Joseph Caney, Esq. - -r--,,,,, t -''''', '2"- , -'r4''A;4-4.--e-'7.-'n,,:',.-r --4-' ","' - -1,1...., - --'34, m : -r, '-';'-'1',.... -. ' ---..., :. --- .7-- .- - W. ,' -- '-:-,-, ..,. Titoe. D. LOvErY, Consuiting Engineer. . , - eqt,-- '- -------sese - 't -- -- - , ,' :. '-' -- - --,"----- --- k -,7-------- ----- - Ilt-au28seldil seez-,---4,- - .--- .1, 41,-,i,.,-(1' ,,, , , ,-.140 - , A. ,, , 1, . ,- ,.... -.of. - ,, ,--,r - t'li,,,... --..- ; V ''' alamily reunion op the 25th. Forty members OYSTERS. - '('') - ''' '- ItsL-- - .. - ,t--,:-- -Nk-,'-----1- .--. ' -4- - v-4,-: iii t . .4i5,,,,.. ,7---,5. . ., - - 4" ,----- . - -' - -- -ss-- ,- ste s' - '- '- - - ',ale.- " ' 'e ',."41 ' were present, among whom were eleven grand- ---,.w. BITIER CORDIAL. - idren, and four greakgrandchildreu. Mc. , E. F II 'ES It - - A" wr'd $Y- -,- - 1, ,. -wiG; -;.-.-72- -,,,.-- - - .,,,Lzv,", . '''' -.- -,,i - - ''4-,' '' '-'-'6.- '... 7 .-- - -'-:- ---',17:,,- - l't'e --,,i;":4,, , -- ; , ,.. ; , , Runyan emigrated to this county seven- ,..., ,.,A.e,.. ,, , IS s Ale -e,,, I - ,-s e z I -;'-' -- -'''" -; 4 --7t '!' ;-- it 4-0,,a,,,. - - - 1.v r's'a Is 'fit?5', ;I's,- .i.i a. -,4; ,, .,,,& - ,- v--,..- , . Sni der's Celebrated Bitter Cordial ' : ,..., ' , -lour years ago. His age is eighty-three. oysTERs -'7.-,- a ,,': -,...s -;:;-7.7.::,-'1. 7,-1,.. - --..--'. ..,-;...$4---, ,,..tg, - - - if .,:1,7 , r ,i'.1 ; . ";!ti. - ';',;',4,d :.'''''----; , - ,O.A4 - - -- :,,.,-. I 7, ; ,,,,1 - , , ' .R11110111 has been a reeident of this cowl ' - ' I ' s ' ?ewe. . They have been married suttytwo '. -i' ARRIVING DAILY. . n - ''''7' - - '' - ' - -7--- ''' Iff reZ - ''',4..i;- ' 0.. a m ,,-, I; - x . - - tW,1 I --- - (tt (-.0 ' ' - t'ir4 - '11"024.- , 4-- ""41 iglitaa 11 , - - -:' --- vitality to the bowels, attivity to thaliver and - , ,;-,4-1. . - to 1- - - ,-- - .,:-, . ,,,, ,,,,,-- - -.5,..: d ,',,, . ,,.;. '-- ' - - -'r, .- :-''' ' , -',. - 'f t , ''-------. I- MPARTS STRENGTH TO THE STOMAC ....... , kr leVelitv VW& - Her age is seventy-eight s- 4-.--'t- '''''113e- ' 4 'eolace --- - - ---.'-- , eteseso , ---- r - 6 , , , 0 , . 1 , . , , 4, , , , pears. 1 ',, ,.. .- .,b, t. ,, .v .',,,, , ' . ' A ,, ..,., tAe. f, N t.)." , ..... A...,..L.-Ar I .. I . . ,. . , II . .;,e.iitt. ,,,, 0 , ., hea.th to the kidneys. As a tonicit is auperfol , TB1 inauguration services of the Y. M. C. A. Big 0 Big ., - ,.. ,,A.,,.,,,,,,,, , .-i-,z---0-7,; el2 ' ' L rP-, 0'-' .' 11 , ' 4.11,,, ''" 11144.i. m 4. . t 4. 11' tlt ' 14' , - ' '''' - '-'-'-.--- ' -7,---, , , 4 , :' tj .., ,11 , ., ., ,..., to any other compound, and as a curative agent - ., ,, . , ro.,.4...e.o..A.,s . le t ser es . , a . , . 1111,, ,,i; ..1 ,' -II, ' , ,,, ., ' - ' 4 1 ,j4 Ersice's lint Will take piaeo at 4 o'clock P. s - for dyspepela, nervous debility and prostree '-' - '41,15-,1'4'-g - - - , -Ag.;111 -t '3 - :- 11--W-1if0 -4111,i '17' '''' .' ''' '1 : 1 - ' , to-morrow (Sunday". The Newport Bar- S EA I! Band will furnieh the instrumental mu- no, diarrhoea, fever and ague, loss of Appetit . s E A" -7.-- . 40,1,0 i .'. !' (N (.N 1 ., t.NeN (,, N jit- ,,,:, t,'-,'..)k '''r',' ts,' 11-14lfr : ;' I'll '" I'll 11 1 - '4,-4 t I 1 '-''A' il ll i 1..9 '. - t 1 'II , sleeplessness, nausea, &c., It is unsurpassed, ' ''' - - kurder the direction of Captain Horne. ,,,,i,, as- ,I ,, .1i, ',-..! il liir! i, !Ilk ! Illi '11' i ;i514' 11 li r,,, 1 , 1111' 1 il , t l : ' wilt also be first-class vocal mush), and . - addresses from well and favorably known . oy.soqmns . , . . - . men to add to the interest of this oecasion. , -4 41111 ,' ' I. ,'- 'LI lLIA -'1 1 ' ,, , l , ,1,. ,, 1 1, , 4, ,. i , , For sale by diuggists generally, at SI per bek - 4,1 7 ..1 01,,ef, , ,,,, . ,,,ii; e,144,!; , P ....t. .''' , - . - - . , 1' !, - 710411 It . - : '' ' . 1 - 1E1'4'1 ' It IP' !ii Ile; ' ' JOHN KE ESHAN, General Agent.. . - ,3,,,, S I' - 4 , . a irr ',I,-,,e--,i,ii, ,, ',' -, 1 , LEGAL. ' - - - - AT - , 4: , ;!-(:), ()fit ,':,S (.IAN et eatafa ' 1,, eke ,I ,f A A r. AY. !' e 'A ell,' apL560t,Th,S,Tu Con Sixth and Walnut eta ' ' , V : ,j-, , ' hese meetings 'will be continued from Sab- te -- 1 ' 41' . r :I. .' ;,,0 ,, , to Sebbath, and we have no doubt that ;JOHN' A DEPPE & 00 'S 1 1131'' ' ,,' ft 1 J'14' -1 , It ,.. , - ( 1 I I 1,, IV' - . .rrritt ''':If 1, 4t$14::'' ' 41. :fit -':(;'!'',1' '1 4 '',.. , 'Il - ' '. , . snows will attend them., s g II 11). Pt; , . , Iii L ,. ' ot 6 ! , ' .... . .'19., , ,I . , vo..kolltV I 1 W ' I0,, ,1' I ', 1, : ' , tri ' - MESSRS. WM. MADDUX and J. C. Dames, who It NO. 1116 WEST SIXTH STREzt -I i , i 1 ,,b t , ,,,,,t'N 6 toV ...N 44"1.04 '' .e.,,tt',N e 4. .1., t - , .:''. I . !,,,fl,, ...,,, 2 at work on the Southern railroad. about i' ' 1 1'1 r 11 1 ' t I .. ' ''''f If ; " ' 42'1' C . ' e' 2 ' ' 1 1' 4 f : 14f 11 !' i I T "h1delATS " iVileRnitZlhEe SnTnIltiTerli fl:dilliEll ' ' , I , ! , M., , I! 11! il.. 4, ! !" 11 ! . 9, ... ! ' 1 . r ! .! ,i! !, ! lb! ! is by g g at ',-, J :!-;,--'-, -'' . It mites below Somerset, Ky., report that y is reigning at that place. Continual NOTICES. , .is t, , J., ,I ' ,. ' , -IP, ,,,,.. . , . 1 ., j - .. t ,4, I - . ;.i. Sttifsit. , - Jr ' been, by the l'robate Court of Hamilton coupe . -e;',.,,,' -d . ,. .0 - -I, . .4,,,.;,, -1''-- . ,,. ' ',:r4t, - -- 4 - - - -- - - - --- -. -ca 4 -..--... ,.,;., r- ,e-- ., , .,,. ry, deeensest. , ty, duly appointed and qualified OS Adininue '-1 , f ., , , ' , , - that have resulted frequently in down. Rubber Stamps, at 201 Race et. jyll-tf -- -1 ,,2 4Sti. 7-- ---- f -- - - - sa' ' , ' ,11.1, -M.I.FII., ,11,,' : ta,...!., , '.-- ;4 -''''"!-- '-"'- 3-. A''6 ' ' -' trator of the estate of the late Thome, C. Berk ', . I -' ,, ghe murder aro, it is taid, in progress between ,,,' ALEXANDER LONG, - -- -' white and colored laborer Last Monday, Dr. ori 13. CAMPBELL, 4 - J - . 1.4,- ,-, ... 0.;, ; --..--,--- - - ,iM 1 :.' 'M - , liss Negroes working on kummins' contract, 4.-')-z-i. s'a . s4-... Jor,-; -- k- ow -, : .0 ,..g..- ..--, . .,) . - -- je-- Auourir llol, 1875. Atiministratoa - Ms, - - 41, ð.,9W.':- , . 4-'''T Ji au18-8t-S ' tE. 7 - l' , Soy report, murdered two white men and es- OF 186 LONGWORTH STREET, 7.-,-----ke, V --'-'-'ri .isit el-t- WI,",4 's ,-;. ...-- ,..e-sis,.--Je . . -ss E , c - --, - 's..-- ., , Ar.---- - -ie , issi ''Itil1"--,---.- - . JJEGAL--Clara Harms, a minor, aged about - ' - r , taped Norte. Such is the state of affairs that 11 N - - 1 " -' - - i- ITAS RETURNED FROM HIS EASTER ,;tF,' lec- t-, ,, , , - , .----4.1.---z-aemeeessweeks-e. -vee -- - -- , . ,,,,,-:". - - pe Mon in the Probate Court of Hamilton .. , 7 . 7 - '. - . sco recently elected Sheriff of Pulaski countY XX travels with Increased facilities for treat- ti ,,,, ,,... ,,-Af,,,,,,,et ,xs.. lit t ' : owes .'w nine years, will take notice that on the lett ,. ,e , N . finis not enter upon his office, because of the ing Chronic and Nervous diseases, and invites ' ' ' . A .4t-f,Tigimo--7-vorsiiiiiniverroormmotenvirrgpx.,4 .3,7A, ,, , , , ,.., to' of June, A. D.1875, John W. Waltaim, ask , - . - lopossibility of executing. warrants. the public to examine his improvements. lte --- -4-te..-4,--,-. mintstrator of David Quinn, deeeneed, filed Mt . , i . : ::!:;, ' , . -,e, -., - , . ' , ., ,,,,alesa6A1;teen-es-Aes-,...,-aseia--- ,---- - - - - - -, - ....,1 , -,, .,....u,e,. county, Ohio-No, 2,412--teminat Jane (NW , ', .' I . , ' Wðerrege Licensee, -- widoW of David Quinn, deceased, Clara fermi . DEALERS IN :,' . .." . , , Ills following marriage licenses were ii- , . ' '.-' . , ' god sinceour last report: . Floury crain and MIII Feed, . , . a minor, aged about nine-years, an4 other . : ' - 4 . , . W.N. MMer and Elizabeth Fey. , 1. No. MI Water St., Cincinnati. M',Grain toga furnished to Shippers. , , - , defendants. The object and 'waif of eat ; 1 allunthee i ricatitaaarinailtonar Durti .. ui , ii, sit d n co h C WINDISCH, DIUHLHAUSER It BRO. . ' &ecuti.ondiaiceto..-1. . . , ,. -41-1- Ohio, to pay the debta of said sienna I , ,, : We have for sate and on consignment 50,000 . , l-; j--, ,' , - ,- ' ' : At the Gibson. bonen choice Minnesota, Nebraska and Wis. ' , , , Said Clara Banns, minor, wIll be required is answer or demur to said petition on the illUt ' . ' ' ' ''' ' -- Wks following are the proniinent arrivals at cousin Spring and Winter Wheat. aulg-t1 CORNER' OF WADE AND ' pLtrm STREETS CINCINNATI, 011I0. day of September. A. D.18'75. t' ' ' 4 '' ' So elbow House: , -- - I JOHN., W. WALLACE, ' ' - ' them examine the Granite Statues of " Hope" ALFRED AVAIIIIEN --- Freehokl, Institute, Freehold, N IT, , ..... . ,' i.,1 , , ', -,. A. J. Stoll, Sandusky, O.; John R. Ebet, I Philadelphia; John Le Besquet, Louis 5, - 1211forti, O.; J. Lattimer. Dayton, 0. Mr. Alfred White "----------.- and GENTLEMEN, Ena -' dtbel'A 1 G b i I" bei ul , . t I D id uin deeA3 ' Adm'r o av Q n, ased t . s . L J. Idulin.,Attorne . Y i,,,4 - .-- - , .. Ittrallon; Judge sweeney, Ohio; George Wet- , BOOKS AND STATIONERY. . . COAL. - I WOULD present hie compliments f4i LADIES EDUCATIONAL. Ausiost 1, 1575. . ' ahl:bet - be happy to have -. 4 .,. & , - - : ; W. B. McKinsey, Columbus,0.; W. M. . . , 0 413 A -1,,A , ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS , . ,-;, - Ames M. Peabody, LoulsvilleLRev. Ku. isti. ,. ,ne..: a r e . now ng ao p- ' A Boarding School for Boys. ' ..... . . , . P. l',' ; , . , , , Mott, Divton, O ; Fred. B. Foot, Waterville, 1u13:.111Arritest Filth , BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, s mn,EN A. isc 0 .x. 0 N.m , so-Ktkw) BEY. A.G. CRARBERS, Prirepal. Pioneer . , Newspaper 'of . Colorado. , ,,, , .,, , ... y.; Beni. E. Tait At, Lexington, Cut This Via. t AO. rinolp 0 ce and Yard 4 i s , Street. , .. ,, . , 4- ; ' 1 - , ' ti.; J. &Robinson, Akron, a ; J. H. Gifford; '-' I -,'" - York' C. E. boliell,kouleville; John W. ! i 1.: ,,,..1 - ,,, ' , , . lee Huron, 04 W. H McLaughlin, ' .S i? -'-' i ' - Y.; ill, R.lienderson, Ey.1 Cht,' E. Itr-li ew deell-ly 219 Ceutral livt, and 271 W. Sixth at. WHOLESALE ANp IllITL DEALERS mount Auburn, mitton, Y na, cannel, Yourhio.ibenv, Medical' and Scientific Works " II' Puret e to, -01 I E. Rill., Covington, Newport. - School and College Text Books,- Cincinnati, 0 io. .. au T-tit rrnE Private Omnibuses of the ' ' '' 1 ' ' . Avondale, Walnut ' E ol . ' sta ished April 29, 1859. . - Oldest, Largest,Cheapest and Been . '0,.. ; , , '''-- , orb: Abe Stiewel, Little Rook. Ark; Alre."9. HY will.you auffer with constipathin.. Plucinnall Wesleyan College headache. sour stomach, loss of aniSetitei Blank Books, Itiveice Books, Scrap Books, A:-. Th 0 e nly Voidable Advertising ',. M. :. :.,4 , 1. !..,' '. .4 W kik Portsmouth, O.; W. H. Holbrook. w ill run to Mel places for the accomuso- . , M.; N. B. Soon, Wheeling, W. Va.; J. , ' - -i : - ,- Chicago); S. Drabelle, Louisville. bl 1 . , . , .., dsW) lity depressed spirits or auy form of dys writing rapers, IlVelopell, Dr ,sfingPelters nen i ' bill h' 1 bott s a or ousness, w cn A sing e le of COSTA'S RADICAL CURE WILL RE ' STORM YOU TO HEALTH? It is the beat Mathematical Instruluente, ÇrCold ql'enIN , Penknives, and a itu 1 . Term open' Septei ertal. For fall informs - ventive of AQUA Ask your druggist for it. - laul-13TuT15-Stj EXCELLEIg fog rAmmy USE,, AT OUR ; nut streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, Gondol Agents. 4 WALL FAFER, Ito . . 100 per Inethe , 'tedium throne& which to reacin dation of the Pup a. Faro110 par session. - , the Trade of Colorado and adjoin , . ) Qua addreds the President- au21-15AW,135 . - , . - ' . , , 711H11 next Session be Ina on the Iti. THE DAILY NEWS is 28 by 44 inches; eens. rst EON :: , , t -- - t ,- ' T1111 WATER-WOBR8 BOARD. summer tonic in existence, atid a positive pre- Stock of French's Stanflurd Dramas. ' ST. XAVIER COLLEGE. eons Territory.. . t , , , . . ' ,,,s1 , .,, 4 Rim Illidiew Ibetv Almada Brepeaditores J. D. PARK & SONS, Fourth and Wal- -- ----!.-r!----,---... ELEYATO at ac per buehel Dolvered at - , t ' ii i - , , Over 818,000. - 1. 14315-Tu,ThAS,Uhelli . TOUGK100HEN-t DAY in SIIPTEM ER. For Terms apply' Using 85 columns of matter. THE WEEKLA ''' -. '' -- i Tbs Water-works Board met in regular ses- . - AMPBELL'S CREEK, . at the Collomp, comer Seventh and Sycamore " '-------'-'---- ' 1.400k at This ! t' NEWS is n by 50 inches; contains 40 columno ' - r :4 , ; . . ism yest4irday afternoon, with President Dan- 9ARPENTER'S MANUAL. --,A. practical ., , . AND CANNEL. - streets. E. A. BIG INS, S. J., President. 'I; -. ' -- , -: osobotd in the obeli, and all the members .11itide to3 tile 0t i a I tools and all operations Also for sale at the LOWEST BATES. laull-tlaci01 of matter. Both are edited with ability an& , - o the trade; also drawing for carpenters. (-SALL and examine SW best W ENDOW -, . . .,. ' care. They furnish the latest and most relia. , . - ' - FINANCIAL. forms of contracts, specifications. plans. Ite.; ki SHADES. sold. at 8 75 per pair, cox- hie news regarding Colorado, its busin 1 ' -, f, -., ' -- Elis subtept of ketrerichnient being brought with plain instruction" for beginner", and full nava, at hisMGES01173, Fourth street, epee. , - LEA STERRETT & CO. gr"rthi Progress, BlininS interests. agrillitel " 1 ' - ' , - - ' finterintendent Eirton reported that be G and trotel giossarý of terms used in trade. Illustrated. site r . A.. dlit GI-. W: Itosig, , , , tura" and stock interests, and, in fad, we a ' ''' '' . s. gold clerks, foremen and laborers 0 . u, , ! - &mbar 0 cents, ot booksellers, or by mall. JESSE Wall Paper of au sires W5 Pee omen Liss BROKERS, , , - " HANEY & CM, lie Nassau Meet, New York. Man at any other store in the city. t, ,,,,:. - . Inas annual salaries amounted in the sum de, U5 Tins street, . , , - 28 West Third Street, Cincinnati. reflex of all the interests of the Territory. , 7 . ' , - - ' ' ' ' ' ' al tt"17.!5li Waiting It stsa &mum sou. , . , Dodo. w,t4. ANDREW A. MAR0ESON, 'Northwest corner rutii and Mound. , fo Subscribe r it, if you wish to obtain &Wheal , , . - et-SA:160. . . 01411 i IL0111111 PARTIES wanting - Information about linccosifor le HarwCool & Niargeaon No.150 West Fourth street, ..- . Opposite Grand Hoick Cincinnati. mail- an.lit.tfl t all. I Elevator. Fit h and Fresm Des ere In ap14-11mS.TuATh - 'strict' Bonds, Stocks and Gold, Y tie information of Colorado. Specimen coples4 ; ,, on Commission. tyla-tf LAIME sums have been realized In Wall sent fro on recelpt of postage., Adyertisine- - - liaised at Savannah, Ga.; Datil, 1101 WeeLlY Privileges.- lal shares of an), stock beught on - ttOINICtiptiont Dail,' 110 per year; n , , , ', ' '- , , -- r, neer Warden.d the Pumping-works, re. GI an ny It ' - ' ,. (Recharges of MOM to )110 department amounted to $45,416 40. The weekly payToll, amounting to Alta 110. ,' ' ' ordered paid. The secretary reported a P Georgia or Florida, SS Per annum. Advertisers desiring cuatemert . , At 90 Cent Store. i tb States, sbauld nee Its columns. It is 1,4 14 ,n moo 1, cm. AIR !E a Teat,' 00 , il Spleen depo.it Of sow. , Pamphlets giving method of month for a sitorter period. Weekly, 01 a ye --' .',' free BB operating tree. - ' - 1 5 1 , , rates furnished upon application. . , ,... it - street from. small investments in Sfock . . , ., . 7; ,-- - .-- .- ' "lark m al 4,,,,,,,s of 440, !honk' subscribe for the MORNING Ntwa. Rith- , ; '4; . .. . ., qttogether making so nu a , NEW GOODS: - NEW GOODS! ROBERT J. ilfcCOMES; . , . ... tn be t pa er in the Southeset. Specimen T-- --- -- - - ---- . simpsom DABRIGH a ed. - , II 7 or mix months; 11 for broil- mon , ' . ' ' , i .smos for tits week of 1414 17, balance in City et 3 - PO I t el l cents. Address J - - III A V E C 0 RI E. A SPECIALTY. ' . .. , . P O. Bo' CIL littAe and B k 're. ' 1'08We BMW.. ' - ' ' - ' ' ' ; ' ' '' ostoory making a sum total of 21,477 OL of- cell-es sekt 0 Irene P btu. opening bow good at great variety. biB lc Co f 4 11 tr 1111) I) - roadway, r. 9 .a, a ,otit, ew York. . Address WALE. BYERS, Proert; ' , ' '' ' ' li 11 lit the tin H. ESTILL., Savannah. Ge. Don't forget the Mace, . Northeast corner FourthAnd Sycamore. - . i ," - ii - ',--, - - ,-, a Ms mists anemia bus eel me g , , , - . . , t ' ,, - ", -.'' motion ut)suresS. .. ,, ; . ,', A , ' ta11,-11Osital0 ' ,, I , , ,,,, , It. , tato sto est ntlis Sbret. ' . , Les144,1414t1Itta.t1 ,., . , - -. -t- -.. ...,L . , ,;, ; ..,,,, .,.. ,.. . , , , , Irts-tt , ,,, Dourir. voli,r,09 . ,, , 1 , .. . ,VIE DAILY STAR MATURDAM . AUGUST 28 481ST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. ligtc : -Probably fair or partly alowly the next hours- , LOCAL BREVITIES. el.....,i, itztl.11,8140actilistem at-- v eau. PRESENT'S FOR CIIIIIICHES. gagcnAs 1 'w 41. A-12'75t11139 - -------- invite every Lady atténd our Opening , - of Fall Fashions of European and American Designs, on MON.0 , , , LOCM4 BREVITIES. 1 L , --"--- AMUletnOtSM eln1WMTTATTnTa. ArrIPQ otn. itt:r WE'VE, OVIMICI DAY. Aug. 30. B. S. BLAKE, General Agent, ' . ' Twit music at Wie tort's ravillkiA.last eYen 1 bit was enJoYect by douse crowds. , f EIL Ds. IL ki- HATFIELD. et r" ,..4 Iplits, i ' bes st thp Ws le4 " - . no- -,.. -" Atlas M. kk' Church t... -0 - l - . ..... ... Ls. A. IL . I, ,- Cos. A.. JONES hu gone Mut to make sr 1. t '. gangemente witit some of the Eastern oomps .' 'r ' 1 I -,' . , tekis to furnish ears for Route"No.18. .- - , ,: , - .. ' PI OP. BathaNaTIO4tillea Baud' discoursed ',,, .r. ' ' II 1 ',,, ' .. ineutiful music throughout the evening to the . ' - ,Iii tbatirequented the Atlantic last night. , ; ; r ' -' . PROF. INDIUM J. Joaffs04,'Chiet President .. 1, ,' , '," the Washington Total Abstinence Society, ' ' I ' '' , - ' New Orlean,s conduct's a temperance meet e ., , ,. ,,, ,,,, sat the X. M. C. A. to-uight. , !, , , ,, 1 . '- , I . ' - -. ANSI-11Na of theChristian Workers wiil be ,, ' . , , , itd at 4:80 to-morrow after000n, and the , and inquirE meetings take place at1;46 4 ,:1,.. r 1 . 461 . .., , L:f,: ,,,, I, , , - .. Subject. he two paths. , ' "' . 1; , ,, t A MAW named Lewis fell down a ist,';',,,way on . . ; !, , Canal, toStr flaunt '.'.';',,;eet, lis-tt evening, aud 'I t. , ' , . eraseley D'infully injured. Ho was taken to ','! 1 1 . ' Silit hernia tin Third aud Elm streets. , t!i,';':. , - ' - Tie members of the Newsboy's truion will ''s t'", - I , to-morrow, 8 P. M., at R00108011 Opera , -.:", : . " MO, to make arrangements for participat .''',' . ...' I : ,'' - in the opening day of the Exposition. í '.. l:,, 1 ,: , Tux Hon. Josiah Keck is happy. The cause -,', . - . , ' , - " at this hilarity is Briggs Cunningham Kook, '.1, '',23., , I , . as Roe a boy as was ever presented to a happy , .," ',. , ' , , Sather. Briggs Cunningham put in his appear ' !,-. r ,I ' , - moo yesterday. ; ' - ..t' ', I ' , X114104 SERVICES Of the 'Poplar-street and -'t-t,, ; , ' ' Presbyterian Churches, Church of the 3,',. , '': ' ' and Findlay and York-street M. E. Bb '4,, t, es, take place at the abOve first-named ''- , ' , '''' aburch to-morrow night. ,-,,,1 ' : ' Tan Y. M. C. A. conduct the first of a series ,, 5 'S-t ' ' , - istireligions meatings on Price's Hill to-mor; 2 .k . ; - austat 4 o'clock. Good vocal and instrumental -.',. ::'-' , 1 - - pude, furnished by the Barracks Band, has ''-'.",'.' , , boon proVided. -e.,,,,,t ,, I Tut voting placed the Seeond precinct, Bev ',,, ':;,,;t i ''' , mateenth ward, has been changed from the 'I-- ' , , , - Meath aide of Seventh street, between Mound tt-,;11,, 1 and Cutter to the southeast corner of Barr and st, , , 6Attar strådts. I". vs, ,- , , WA. Mee; editor of the Volkafreund, failed ' ' - ' make an appearance in the Police Court ' ''', '1' i ' ' , - ' morning against Nat. Heiner, who shot at '''''s '' ' ) ' "t I I na on Longworth street limner was clu : i:''s ;'' I mdased on payment of the costs. ' -, .,:." ' ' ; ' Tax CA:suncilmen and Aldermen who bad tbe ',''' ; ! ' aentra,:t for wiernishing and refitting the di!- " 1,''',,, 1 : t assent airman the City Buildings, have suskt-,:t ;- 1 ' reed work, owing to a lack of money. They ,,, . : menaire an additional sum col 41,1500. Tax free concerts at the Lookout House are '..', ! I,I wing large audiences nightly. The ewe ? r,'', 1 ' , ' . Hessian Band and Prof. Weiffenbach, ."',-,. . , ,, ,. wonderful drummer, are among the great ' ' esS novelties of the season. A free perform ' ' :, , - Mee is given to-night. , ri, - Ma. ALLI8ONCLAux, a former Cincinnatian t,- , : , , - ' Sind well-known to the 11 holesalc dry-goods '. , ' 1 , ' , , pea of pearl street twenty years ago. died in ,r,slt-; I , 1 fan Francisco on the lfith. For the last fifteen years ne has been the cashier of the Ban Fran Moo Bulletin." ''''''f' I , Tug Woman's Christian Temperanee Union 't,',-,,r! ' ' mad all friends of tempe an, are requested to ';',' ', ' , , WW1 ta um First Baptist Church on Court -,, ' ;1,-,31 t ',1 Skeet near Mound this afternoon at 4 seclock. lite matter of establishing a Temperance Inn -,:... ; t ' t r,,' . I ; - I ages he sus racoAt tispisan:tytowriellcobveceor nssloici,ouoered.dam . , , , TriotiAs STRRIF yesterdey brought suit in the . , Superior Court against the 'Cincinnati Gas ..,, , , ' , ' mined by the explosion of a pis main, tnat 4-s " , ' flied a cistern, on Main near Second street, ' 4 .. - 1 I ' . Dem which he was attempting to draw water , : , st Ube time of the explosion , ".. , , Tug residence of Mr. W. P. Kurtz, corner of . I , filbert avenue awl Nassau street, was entered , ',, !--. ! I .Mat night through a seeond-story window, aud eti-of a pair of pante containing 28, a sii r , ; watch. and a draft on New York for 422S. ,,- ,- t '' - ha draft was issued by the Lafayette Bank of . .,,, ' : -, . A . ' ' city. No arrests as yet, but a description , .. re:I:burglar has been left at the police head ...., , '-' re. , ,,-;,, : , '' ' ' '1 ' t 1 I 1. ' A 1 1.' mgeol lwr ndji named Bennis O'Neil, with intent to kili. 4-'":' 1 I''',1 ' , I 0110:11,nao Sinai' vuo eser,:taihrmeg ee ne oo fl wet: et ts hda liam:ai runs:war:1i oo ,n 14, noo it: MA inst., cleaned out tbe Bethel and more, was arraigned in the Police Court,. above charge was changed to that of as : - ' ; ',J , pan and battery, anti-Johnston was sent to the 4. ' l'''' I , Work-house for six,months and fined WO. k .A . i A! n 1 71 . Tuaza gangs of men, numbering fifty, are at Mork on the College Hill railroad. It is to be , y a three-foot gauge, and will run from a r.' t , ' ' i . , t in Cumminsville, where it will connect '' ,,, , : the other railroads, cross Groesbeck ay ," - , I , ' mane at the junction of Linden avenue. posing the BowlerCollins, Pendleton, La Boy t'' . ' Eux and Howard lands, to Linden avenue, " '' , I ,t'' -, , , , , ' ege Hill, near the Presbyterian Church. ,',A; , ,. i , lam Ifisatt IltritTax and wife, residiug one . , . , mile north of Sharonville, in this county, gave -- V I family reunion op the 24th. Forty members , 't,,' 1 were present, among whom were eleven grand ''.!. il -, idren, and four great-grandchildree. Ms. ':- ' ; ,, ' Bunyan emigrated to this county seven-,',, , I , -four years ago. Big age is eighty-three. , , , , Ithayall has been a resident of this cowl - ' ', ay seventy year& Her age is seventy-eight 1 ' - ' I ; , years. , They have been married sixty-two s ' ty , II .. . rare. ' ', i 'it Ma inauguration services of the Y. M. C. A. ,', t't ; ,I ' EP1:ice's hill will take plate at 4 o'clock P. ; , , 4 ' , to-morrow (Sander. The Newport Bar . , , kezBncianerd Wthi il , t ! . ' ell fdeirrneeistitioteheollnscterputneteienlitemreue.- wilt also be first-elass vocal mute, and addresses from well and favorably known ' ' f , men to add to the interest of this oecasion. ' V , , , :'-. , ken MOOtings 'will be continued from Bah 1,. . ,,,- t , to Sabbath, and we have no doubt that ',- , '11 - ' ''''' ' macaws will attend them. , ' tr.' ' - Minas. Wii. MAIM and J. C. Dames, who .''''.'t I '.4 --- 2 11 atztoeerkeeolnewthiEtomSoeurthetruKryailrroeapdo.rtigau: ,, J ,,'..-' - ., . f , LI fleaitlrei nfillitt hte Li tent Y (' intlionwUnal. , 1 ,..; fs OS murder fuel it Is said, in progress between 1- , A , white and co ored laborers. Last Monday, I . 'N - No Negroes working on kummins' contract, ',,,, t . t they report, murdered two white men and es ' 14 ' ' raped North. Such Is the state of affairs that Ibe recently elected Sheriff of Pulaski county ', ' ',I , , , spilt not enter upon his Mee, because of the 'I ' , , i . , 4 -, j , ' . Sayoseibility of executing. warrants. 1 1-riviiiiii,i-az-0;aaaats a temperance mat: plarnse from !her anilrleannce.0 liwison was , JL JL JLA litJ REARTINK CLARA WIL.DMANs Gist the M. C. A. to-night. ve g 10 ti ti y, having improved . , groatiy upon his recent periormance of the , 0. .to, L .eil'Iokibt no' 9 4111111ING of theChriatian Workers wiil be came character. min Ella Bally and Miss kr Ninth Season of. ELLIS at 4:90 to-morrow afternoon, and the bate Collins were also well received. At the A40, ;0 CO.'S celebrated STAR BRAND The Great Success, r - Fpel anti Inquiry meetings take place at1;45 matmee this a te 0 I ru on cue very popular play tt,' it - 4441td Baltimore Oysters. Iteceiv.ing FIFTH AND WALNUT STS guff-St MARRIED AND- DIVORCED. r 4 bultiect: "Tile two paths.' of Tom'e Ca.,in" will be pro:meal - el !II IFIr44117 11111rgavezmaa - - - ltarrtage Vomits. The following marriage licenses were is sued sineeour last report: . WAS. Miller and Elizabeth fey. At tits Gibson. , ' The following are the prominent arrivals at ille ailbson House: . 2. ' A. J. Stoll, Sandusky, 0. John IL Ebet, - likrallon ; Judge sweeney, ato: George Wet RIP.. thilB.admelettxhiiansteJnohcon ILuemBoatibwooe,,; Low.umis-. - Milford, O.; J. Lattimer, Dayton, O.: James M. Peabody, Louisville; Bev. EX. Mott, Dayton, O.; Fred. B. Foot, Waterville, 41.; J. K. Robinson, Akron, O.; J. H. Gifford; ,Tork; C. E. bobell, j.ouisvillet John W. lea Buren, O.; W. H. McLaughlin, Y.; Beni. E. Tait At, Lexington, ' y.; C. Ettlienderson, Ky4 Chu '.. E. Itrt "Sew qrlt: Abe Stiewel, Little Rock. 4rk; afoul). ' Walk Portsmouth, 04 W. H. Holbrook. M.; It B. Soott, Wheeling, W. Va.; J. ,-- Chicago; S. Drabelle, Louisville. ;,- - - - t r WAR WATER-WORKS BOARD. Map Bohm Their Assessel Boopend4guros , ' ' Over S46,000 - , , . ,. i nit Water-works Board met in regular SOS . ales yeeterday afternoon, with President Dan , i emehog tn the ehalit mid ell the members - i,--7 The subJegt of retrenebnient being brought 's Superintendent Eirton reported that be .., dimbarged clerks, foremen and laborers . eras annual salaries amounted in the sum .,stesvi.!oot waxing. it total annual deduo. ' ef-$7.1,:t60. . r:, neer Warden.of the Pumping-works, re.. - - tilacharges of men in his department , salaries amounted to $46,416 St Tile together making au annual saving of $40,- , . , .. weekly paffoll, amounting to DAM IR ordered paid. The seeretery reported a - eases tor the week of UM 1, balance in City ntaking a sum total of 01,471 W. At - villit 91:rotr miscellaneous business.ths meeting ,-. on otttjoureed . , . ,, ,.. , - The following programme of music will be performed at Eden Park, at IP. M., to-day, by the Germanie Band: , Wedding March-..Mendelssohn. OvertureA Day in iennaSuppe. Belectien from POSeidell de 1,ongemeau Adam. WaiteGamlen litarteStrausil.. Polka di Colicert (tor cornet)Legendre. kvertureHuguenotsilleyerbeer. 'Madame A ngotLecoce. ,, CAVEalde trout LombardiVert Flnalef-Stranss. , Amusements. TRz GRAND OPERA-HOUSILLut night was the Occasion of Miss Wildman,s benefit at the Grand, in honor Of which event large and appreciative audience were In attendance. The play was the same which introducOd tins lef.ly to our publie, and was ropeated last evening by the special request of her many friends here. The character of Florence Grantley is one peculiarly adapted to Miss 'Wildman s style of acting, and has established for ber quit() a repatatiOn in this locality. Mr. F. B. Wildman's Theophilos Maggie was rendered with his usual excellence, winning great ap plaftse, from the audience. Mr. Hudson was very goodlts Harry Grantley, having improved groatiy upon his recent periormance of the same character. Miss Ella Bally and Mies bate Collins were also well received. At the ' matinee this afternoon the very popular play of 6,ti node Tom's ()loin" will be pro:Med. ' .00LIOat; ÒRAND I-SENTRA:L.This house ITU literally jammed last night, it being the occa sion of the benefit of the popular comedian, Mr. B. C.:Hart. The entire progratinue con ' slating Of songs, dances, and comic sketc,408 was rendered tothe entire satisfaction of audience, who were exceedingly loud, not to say boisterous, in their applause. The same programme will be repeated to-night. ,, Tin NATIONAL TuziTER.This house opens ' to-night with an immense bill, which includes the names cot the leading variety talent of tne present daý. Mr. Rubinson has spared no plum in refitting ,his house this season, paint 1' era and carpenters having been actively en gaged for some time. The stage manager, Mr. Douglas, ha8 also been very active in the prep aration ot his list of stars and attractions Jhe performanoe to-nigift promises to be. above the usual excellent variety standard of the National. - ----. The foal Levy. At the meeting of the Board of Aldermen yesterday the following communications from the Auditor were read in reference.to the tax levr, and will explain themselves: In reply to a communication from the City Clerk, asking Couuty Auditor Humphreys tp levy on the grand duplicate sixteen mills for city purposes, and four mills for the payment of interest on the Southern Hallway bonds, the County Auditor returned the document with the following indorsement: "I acknon ledge the receipt of certificate un der the corporate seat of the city of Cfneinuati, of which the within is a copy, together with the papers reierrel to (the two ordinances), protesting that twenty milli is in violation of law. Joskra livitrunEve, ,Auditor of Hamilton County. Ohio." "AUDITOR'S OPTICS, HAMILTON Cookimi CINCINNATI, Augieit 27, 11375. "To the Honorable; the Common Council, City of Cincinnati:, "The City Clerk of Cincinnati bat certiiied to me, under date or 26th inst., that your honor able body has levied au aggreirate percentage of twenty mills on the real and personal prop erty of Cineinnati, and direct said aggregate paaentage W be placed on the grand duplicate for the year 1875. "f respectfully refer to the objections stated in my communication or July 23, 1875, to your honorable hotly, .which I du not waive, but strictly adhere to, and reassure you thatI re gard it as mv official duty to decline placing upon the tax duplicate an aggregate percent age exceeding sixteen mills levied 112 any One year, any excess of the sum being, in my judg ment, a direct violation of the Municipal Code and statutes at largo as enacted hy the Heneral Assembly of the State of Ohio. "Respectfully subin ittel, "Josue B. liumpHRETs, "Auditor Hamilton County, 011ie." ........................ 0.04,0MME.MPO. ' PERSONAL. Steele Pt Price, of Chicago and St Louis, we are pleased to say, are among the few who put into the market articles Just as Tepresented, perfectly pure, selected with care anti com bined in a manner to 40 verfect in their action and results. Their Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has been approved by the United States Government, and titrge quantities are manu factured to meet the wants of. their various military 'lost& Will 14,their DrsPrivi's Special Flavorings of Vanilla, Demon, etc., are becom ing equally as popular. Tho only way to force adulterated cheap articres ont of the market is to encourage honest manufacturers. MAIM LED. HARPERCILLEYAt Valley. Jfinction, Hamilton county. Ohio, on the evening ot Au gust la, at the residence of tne bride, by Rev. 'R. E. Hawley, Mr. J. (1. Harper, of College Comer, Oino, to Miss Ella F. daugtiter ot Joseph Wiley, Esq. OYSTERS. F U E S U OYSTERS! ARRIVING DAILY. Big n Big SEA SEA OIrS'EnS - AT - Ar DEPPE & CO.'S It NO. R86 WEST SIXTH STHEZT. NOTICpB. Rubber Stamps, at 201 Race st. jy14-tf Dr. Ori CAMPBELL, OF 186 LONGWORTH STREET, HAS RETURNED FROM HIS EASTERN travels with increased facilities for treat ing Chronic and Nervous diseases, and invites the public to examine his improvement& lto J. M. HAY BS .st CO" ' DEALERS IN Flour, Crain and Mill Feed, No. Si Water St.. Cincinnati. .M"'Grain Bags tarnished to Shippers. We have tor sale and on consignment 50,000 bubo!. choice Minnesota, Nebraska and Wis consin Spring and Winter Wheat. aulg-ti Dlr. Alfred White WOULD present hia compliments tO LADIES and Gionutwas, and be happy to have them examine the Granite Statues of if Hope" and the "Angel Gabriel." now being ioulp Mired at hie rOoms9 No 281 West Filth Street. , deoll-ly Cut Thts Out. EKY will.you suffer with constipatifin, hellAilleb GOUT stomach, lose of aPRefibei ity, depressed spirits,, or auy form tidy.- tertiOlgaltniRartaTitnetilattigilltl, STORM YOU TO REALTii? is the beat summer tonic in existence, mid a positive pre ventive of AQUI). Ask your druggist for it. J., PAIIK & MOSS, Fourth and Wal nut streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, &metal Agents Je15-Tu,Th&S,tilield , 9ARPENTER'S 111ANITIAL. mit prestisal o tedteratileratot etirawisnagn tar cosprerantiongs forms of contracts, specifications. platt its.: with plain instructions tor beginners, and full glossary of terms used in trade. Illustrated. 60 (tents, ot booksellers. or by mall. JES86 HANEY k CO.f lig Nassau street, New York. , . P Eaullidet w.ttl . wantiu fLoiliol tnt,orm.,i. about Georgia or Florida, shouid subscribe for the Montano Olive. Rtth. limbed at Savannah, Ga.; Datil. CO; Weektri 62 per annum. Advertisers desiring custonters ip these States, should nee its columns. It is the best paper in the Southeast. Specimen copies bent on receipt of cents. Address J. IL BaVanuak Ga. taull-linsflane4 Bridal Presents, : 11 , Thrtnuay. Presents, Christening Presents ' Silver Wedding Presents - Golden. Wedding Present:s, ' PRESENT'S FOR CHURCHES.. :30'01 AS COMMUNION SETS WATER SETS D 11 lit 1E1 & C O., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 'FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS, CINCINNATI, DENTIsTiz;ir. M N f3 A. E 3E) p,1 " CENTS Per Tooth For Extraetinc ChlwrrixouT rÁxIST! By the use of Nitmus Oxide or Laughing Gas, a quick, safe and harmless antestetic. $10 For an Upper or Lower 'SET OF TEETH, On Rubber, worth $20 Customers from a distance will save enough in having their dental work done at this estab lishment to defray the expense of attending the city for that purpose, besides, securieg first-class work, twomptness and satitsfaction that can not be obtained in towns or ()dices of email practice, where there is no stock of Teeth or material to select from, such as we have at our command. GREAT WESTERN DENTAL CO., 116 West Sixth Street. Cincinnati, Ohio. DR. J. ORMSBY DONOGIL Dentist. au98 TONIC ELIXIR. !LI6oir...-diti u ,saJ ,n(ZCA .4 ' la 0:0 Z' '.7 . ...OA Z - II:OW.03w a, ii...,12.,40 z, ., ,c,,I1-atz F-za. gitoxii, cc CPc:1011 C caIch.41 !PI itr--tetc0 )4 ..u.1 luwicnY-col 1 mi.ici1- 1CACIzini " 1meltil ' ci2R:1; , --1-- ..., - ;;i CO L.6 ta 1.0 LIJ z., i ISSC.0 CI a , k', LreleirV .2.1) ''' i; 4.4.itiv-- I , -IQ - 47) i wit.,41)1:::! 6 ' ,, E.2,,:tig.,-, ,, æatti,51...t my20-6mdacw C. WINDISCH, DIUHLHAUSER & BRO., CORNER OF WADE AND Pr Arm STREETS, CINCINNATI, 011I0. mlmayem.onwAwo , BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ALFRED WARREN, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 219 Central W., and nil NV. Sixth ot. Medical and Scientific Works, School and College Text Books, Blank Books, brace Books, Scrap Boob, Writing Papers, Znvelopes, 113:1111g Papers, Mathematical instruinente. iti,Pen4 Penknives, and a Yu I Stick of FranolOp Staqfhird Dramas. wiaL PAYER, ao. : lAook at rrhis ! CVIILADES, :01cht lar 'TV per Wpmr, co:- nova, at MILKOESOWS, Fourth street, oppo site Grand fletei. Wall Paper of all styles RS Pita GIST. Use Man at any other store 'Oho city. ANDREW A. MAMISSONre Succoader W Horweo4 & Margeson, to. MO West Fourth street, Opposite Orono Uotol, Cincinnati. (mail- Tu.n.til , , , NEW GOOD31 - NEW drOODS! A.t 90 Cent Store. , TIRE CROQUET CCTV RAVE CONE. 414e. opening bow good at great variety. Don't forget the place, Into. , lita wrol,Litth frown. 4. ,.' YEITIRS. IOYSTERS! Ninth Season of. ELLIS CO.'S celebrated STAR BRAND Baltimore Oysters. Reeeiv.ing Daily by Express. NT '125 stud 127 3. E. FRE Ji Vir Eittla bts P. 8.Also, New 'York Saddle Nook Oysters in kegs. lb OYSTERS! I am now In DAILY RECEIPT of a. S. FAIttlEN ISD CO.'S BIG OYSTERS. This favorite Brand is tbe best that comes to this market. &For sale at Depot of Or PIOLOIZAZZOLI, CO Central ave., eon. Eyeett au24-2tru&S Retillm'iiRcisPatont Fitted and SA to any Old or New Grate, WILL ADD TO Home Corafort & Cleanliness, Xnerease the Sales of Dealers, WHOLESALE AXD RHTAIL. tárSend for Circular, or Apply to C S. RANKIN & CO 9 Illan9Pre of Grates and Mantels, Pearl Street, near Plum. tno3-Tit&S,ly1 CONSERVATORY 0I1 MUSIC. CINCINNATI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. HISS CLARA BALM Directress. MHE Bianches Taught are Vocal Music, 1 Piano, Organ,Violin and 1101011M110 Also the Science of Music. The Piano tieparttnent Is under the direction et H. G. ANDRES, well known to the public as one of the first Pic mists, and at the same time as a most tille cAmsful teacher. Pupils can enter daily durinf the entire year. For particulars address MISS DORA NELSON, Secvy, au14-8t,S trij W. Seventh st., Cincinnati. COAL. 413 SIOUJENA OkDIEVIICONM, 111110LESALS ANp RETA,TL DEALERS 1'V in pure Feigns, Cannel, Touglilo.lbaný, ao. Principal Mee and Yard ttiot-ot )(ill Cincinnati, Ohio. EXCELLE)g fog FAMILY USE, 22 OUR ILEVATO at so per !mind' Delivered at Poker tingle TO1PatillOPOHENT, CAMPBELL'S CREEK, AND CANNEL, Alm for sale at the LOWEST RATES. A dlit U5 Vine street, , Northwest corner Fifth and Mound, . Elevate!, iriph and frernan. aptt-emS.Tuat rh . tularzi..4,,,s Vit 5 ra4 AND CANNEL, Also for sale at the LOWEST BATES. . . . - , A. dflit GI-. W: "tow U5 Vine street, . . , Northwest corner rutii and Mound. . Eleveteri IriPli slid freful ap24-11mS.Tuarh . ROBERT J. illoCOMBS; . Team, coffees and spici .. , A SPZCIALTY'. , Northeast corner Feurth.and Sycamore. , , (61444,1dtiytini ,. . ROBERT J. itteCOMBS; Teas, Coffees and Spices A' SIMCIALTY' , ... S P E-C I MGT' ,CE t Itaving bonght the 'entire business of GEORGE,W. WILLARD; formerly located at 131 W. Fourth street, 2d door fronttaco and consolidated it with my own, Ladies desiring to purchase ' terick's -Patterns nr Publications can nonr only obtain them at , Butteriek's Wholesale and Retail General Agency, corner Fourth , and Elm. N. B.We invite 'Ewell? Lady to attend our Opening , - of Fall Fashions of European and American Designs, on AION. , DAY, Aug. 30. ' B. S. BLAKE, General Agent, it ' Corner Fourth and Elm streets. ' formerly located at 131 IN rourtn street, uvor zroludgusuut nuta , , consolidated it with my own, Ladies desiring to purchase Buts ' terick's -Patterns or Publications can 1101i, only obtain them at EiTS. PALL STYLE 13FIOADWAY SILK HAT ROW READY AT , MARTIN'S FIFTH AND WALNUT BM aufT-2t 4 FURNISHING GOODS. en R TS1 ci,c) di tykcin iiI Wit 11 Iff "BEND P011 PRIM WWI my26-Bui-TuThaat TO ORDER, FROM MEDIU. TO FINEST GRADES. FULL LINES IN STOCKi 01 our own-Manifacture. WILSON BROS,' 79 Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, (PIKE'S OPERA Hoi Jan). And Nos. 61 and 00 Washineton at., Chicago ito20-1y,t3,1.14,W1 CARRIAGES. GEO. Oa MILLER kSONSI 19 and 21 WEST SEVENTH STREET. C So New and Elegant' Styles in the Greatest - Variety. seir ratont SIDE-SPAR WAGONS a opectaity. my15-1y,SaTn Cincinnati- Type ijoandry Co. c., WELLS, Treasurer, 1101 VINE STREET. re' The type for this paper comes from this Foundry. EDUCATIONAL. Freehuld Institute, Freehold, IC Boarding School tor Boys. ' aul-At,A&W) kg,. A.G. ClIAILIIEBS, Mount Auburn, Clifton, Avondale, Ws WO Hill., Covington, Newport. - THE Private Omnibuses of the ' Pincinnasi Wesleyan College Will rum to 071 Aimee for the accomrao. dation ot the Pup a. Fare,A10 per session. Term open' Septei er Ald. For full informs atria adareas the President. au21-15AW,Att ST. XAVIER COLLEGE. T" ttext Session be Ins on the First MON DAY in iiiiIPTEM ER. For Terms apply. at the Collemp, eomer o Seventh and Sycamore street& F. A. MO INS, S. J., President. laull-t1 swig, - FINANCIAL, LEA, STERRETT & CO. BROKERS, , 28 West Milli Street, Cincinnati. , , Dealers Bonds, Stocks and Gold, 'strictly on Commission. jy16-tt T AUGS sums have been realized In Wall lj street from small investment in Swek Privileges. 1(A) shares of 1111), stock bought on deposit of $00A Pamphlets giving method el operating tree. SIMPSON DA,BRIGH it ed., P. O. BOX 6176. Banters anti Brokers. St Broadway, (Mr. 91, Wall street, New Yort. GRAND OPERA-ILOUSE k A-ILOUSEs , 4 , , - LA.T TWO )iIGLITS VILIDIY, Aug. Ilth, Benefit of Cho Cho:vial Actress and Foari of Bong, , CLARA WILDAN's The Great Success, ' r 1ELAURIED AND- DIVODCEEk r Saturday MatineeUNCLE TOM'S CABE& 115 (Ante to all parte of the house. , au25-tt Gulick's Grand Central Iheatir, 's Sixtestreet, between Main and Walnut. OPEN EVERY NIGHT., THIRTY, BRILLIANT PERFORMERS. Admission, 15, 25, 85 and 20 cents. au18-111 rdoolroutt Ilousge FREE CONCERT EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENINOt BY THE CELEBRATED 1-130SSIAN. BAND.; Prot Welffehbach, the celebrated druins mer who performs on sixteen drums, wiil sist the band every afternoon and evening,. , FRANK IllAUFF9-Proorietozt au.9.8-8,14&W-tf PIANOS AND ORGANS. We offer at ail times Inducements, worihy the attention of Piano. and ON gan buyers. Our stock Is the largesit and most complete In the city. D a: BALDWIN & 158 W. Fourth et. Decker Brothera' Pianos and Ebtey Organ& , Ja15-1y-Tu.,Th,18 'COMMERCIAL NELSON'S ' BUSINESS : COLLEGE' ESTABBISHED OVER TWENTY YEMISI An Institution Patronized by tho moot Prominent Business itlen Cillet Illitati der.Fer particulars call at the office.. NELSON 61 KELLEY, Prop'rs, s. E bor. Fourth an.d Vine. lt RAILROAD LETTING. LETTING NO. 24. -- , PROPOSALS.F014 'CROSS.TIES., SWHEM18,111se Ater NAV T;16. uta ' o clock noon, for furnish:ng four hundred an4 fifty thousand Cross-Mee 'to be delivered Ott the line of the Cincinnati Southern Itallwayale.. tween 'Ludlow, Kentucky, and Taiesville, - laski county', lientueky (four miles south ot Point Burnside). Bids will be received for five thousand an4 upward. Printed forms must De need, and the rected to the Boar4 of Trustees of the Cinch'. nati Southern Railway, No. 10 West Third street, Cincinnati, O. Specifications can be ha4 at the office of Thomas D. Lovettl PrIncipar Engineer, No.10 West Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The-Board reserves the right to reject any oil ail bids. By order of the Board, MILES GREENWOOD, Preektent Time. D. LOVETT, COMMIting Engineer. lit-an28-selati BITItER CORDIAL. - Sant der's Celebrated Bitter Cordial ' IMPARTS STRENGTH TO THE STOMACI; vitality to the bowels, activity to the liver and health to the kidneys. As a tonic it is auperfol to any other compound, and as a curative agenS for dyspepsia, nervous debility and prostra, tic), diarrhcea, fever and ague, loss of Appetit sleeplessness, nausea, ao., It hi unsurpassed, For sale by di uggists generally, at SI per bek Ile; JOHN RE NSHAN, General Agent apls00t,Th,S,Tu Con Sixth and Walnut eta ' LEGAL. fpROMAS C. BEitRY,S ESTATE. Notiat Is hereby given that the undersigned bat been, by the Probate Court of Hamilton mune ty, duly appointed and qualified as Adininek trator of the estate of tbe late Thomas C. Bert ry, deeeaimii. ALEXANDER LONG, , AuensT 23,1,18715. Ailininistratozau28-8I,S EGALClara Harms, a minor, aged aboid nine years, will take notice that on the Irtn of June, A. D.1815, John W. Wallace, ail.. ministrator of David Quinn, deceased, illed pe Won in the Probate Court of Hamilton county, OhioNo, 9,412aviinst Jane ("WWI. widoW of David Quinn, deceased, Clara Bimini a minor, aged about nineyears, and tact defendants. 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