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,i 0 ' 17 k. .. . ' . . 1 , ; .'' . T ..,. ri ; , (1, . , ;7:914.' 8 i- , , I - , , ;VOR RENT '..1: street, of 7 1 . pards, bath, Ac. repair, nothing W. Third street, gord tenant. , - WAN'. . ANTED...4 . , permiced 1 , "VYKo connect h fished businesw Host-tilice. WANTED - ' man with most popular Ph ... 'This is a Obar108 good salesman et books. The r . Address, for two office. I. IATANTED-J 0 V V take Haiti, flourishing office , anapolls; establ, , Wit have more , by witting $10,0d( tended to au tint class; no losses, Hutchinson A t. -a WANT) ' IVANTED-, first-claim IS East Mtn 8,1 MANTED-1 girl as n 4ast of Breathy' I a Ilreeman street. , , -WANTED, one as ooc york. Apply a girip good !trances; city or ..---"--;.- T3LT ANTED V V photogra . ,COMMENS, Bo rapolis, Intl. , I V V and laun also, a houseks . ,Lutilow street. ,,-. V V years old Imam Bwit of .LEAkillN, Ma( . kWANTED newspap Ipears, experie Itite city. AMU ilWAmNaTutpy-4 ler entry (damp tinquire at cirug tine. i , , , . . r SAL I Bought, So , .. Et West Til , , ,-, IVOR SALE 0.1.". wagon, noi cheap. Addres Ohio. . 4 . - fL-NOlt SALE - .a: ond hand, I call at 19 anti 21 , MILLER. A ISO t ;KOR SALE Cincinnati; ai acsoterast i tIDLIVElt STA) . , XIOR SALE ..1: Mess to atb est in the olut -.glassware hone Pox 2,841. ,WOR SALE I: PROPERT rooms; MuMant. s, thurches, echo( and farming ute .113,10111LIN this t ... , R SALL-. r . eti.,!,,,abolobaLt,odsrino! ,.,spring.wagon. ) , t WANTED. , .1X7 ANTED V V painting. . Kt , - WANTED .' do genera . street. , . WANTED quire at al . , , , ilWANI'ED MARTH4, , WANTED-0 and Flute. W. P. KURTZ 4 'WANTED - V V CAVAGN't ' Boneless Cottill Groceries. . WANTED '. pay Pi t More, by mourn Care tills Whew . VirANTED-1 V V New Photo, 193 West Fifth or Cincinnati. Ope , , WANTED-I V V ern wad given. Address & M. IL IL, ha 1 , ,WANTICD-A veterinary to take charge of ,, gross DEETS it, , ILIT ANZED-( V V Can have ante at the Das 'Milli MANLY) IXTANTED-S V v German, a Al dry goods bi . 1111 4 ZOILELL . WANTED-7 V V Eng-class , ., letire finally iron COST for LASH. , street, first floor. 0 IXTANTED-7 V V wall show. and from 4 to lij t OM or without LI ' Iron (I B. T.. thl r.----,.. . AXTANTED-P V V that the C a handsome pre pound ot their 1 lat Tiu, Glass and Also, a reward ol . bA West SIAM at ., . . . , . . . ' y . . , .. ' ;., s . " , . . , , , i . .' , b . , , , . . , ? - . , . . , , ' I STA' . , , 111!.:::: , ., ,. , . , , . . , ,,. , . , ., . , . .. k. , , . , , :-,,:. ,HII , CINCINN , TI ,.,D, A I 0 -. . ) , . . . . , , ' , . . I. . , . .4. ...1 , - TEN CENTS VOL. 8.1 PM& WEEK 1 EOR RENT. ;WWI ItEPITBRICK 110USE-1119 Laurel 'I: street, of 7 rooms, side, trout and rear yards, bath, &ea side entrance; in complete repair, nothing is wanting.0 ItERMELIN, 418 W.'rhird street. line opportunity tor a goccl tenant, seld-aft WANTS-PARTNERS. ;;VVANTED.-PÁRTMEILSIIIPAn old, ex,t peneuced merchant, with capital, would o to cohneot hhusell with some well eatab Illahod business. .A.ddreou H, Look-box 468, root-ollice. , oold-kd WANTED PARTNER Good business i man with WM to' $19000, in one or the roost popular Photograph Galleries in the city. This is a Obance seldom met with. Must be a good salesman and be ablo to koep a small set of books. The money mew be made this tall. Address, tor twodays, PIN VESTiblATE," this office. it IATANTEDPARTN bat With ;10,000 ,to 0 V V take haltinterest in the most profitable, ionrishing office business, hi the city of Indi anapolis; established awl paying large profits; Wit have more cash to extend the business; by witting $10,0,alcash the business can be ex tended to au unlimited amount; strictly first. class; no losses, no risks. Address M., care of Hutchinson & W.. Indianapolis, Ind. selt-st WANTEti-SITUATIONS. IVANTEDSI FITATION --, As coachman, first-olass; best relerened Address No East Fitta axed. , sold-St . , MANTEDbrruATIos By a colored gi) I as nurse; call at 85 Seventh street, 4ast of Broadway. solti-kt ; MANTED SITUATION By 2 girls. for cooking and up-stairs woric. Call at 103 ;Freeman street. References. ecill-St WANTEDSITUATrON By two girls, one as wok. the other tor general house 4ork. Apply at 48 E. &meth at. scoleat LWANTEDSITUATION By a German girli good cook and laundress; good rot , rences; oily or country. 255 Court. seIll-at NV A 111E0 DrSla ILITaArTilen ; elldaretratir91118. ,COSIMIiiii,ilio.P60 lir Markin street, Indian ravolis, Intl. , so10-3t I WANTEDSITUATIONSBy &good 000k Lono laundress, bones girl and num: also, a housekoepor, whiz gOod reform:toe. 80 utliow street. ao16-2t .WANTEDSITUATIONBy a boy 16 years old, in a store or face. Good pou r. Be.it of referenced. 'Address MARRA( 1,1i1A)1.10, Madisonville, O. . , se1-12t kWANTEDSITUATION-Aly a lint-class newspaper. book and job pressman of 26 70:tres experience. ' No objection to leaving Alte city. Address ROTAttlr, Star office. .. - , ,, , .11616-2t . ', ANTED SITUATION By a young man SS years old,. as shipping, remising ler entry Mors; good penman, good referenCeS linquire at drug store Itightb and Central ave. Mum FOR SALE rA L RAILROAD TICKETS Bought, doh& and Rxelutnged. 110 W Ed West Third street. - jy164I t MOB SALEBUSINESSOno good notion wagon, horses and route tor sale very heap. Address C. G. LEITZ, Now Richmond, Ohio. - - sed-tt 4 l'ENOIS SALE CARRIAGES .4 ew and see 1J: oad hand, in great variety. For bargains call at la anti 21 West Seventh street. GEO. C. , MILLER, SION& sopl-tf ;KOH EIALEJOB PRINTING OPFICEIn Cincinnati; 4 presses, 100 tont! of type and ski etcseterast part cash. part time. Address fiDLIVElt STANGOOD, Cincinnati, Post-onice. es10-2t t-VOR 8ALIC-111J8INE88Ilaring other bus. X Woes to attend to I offer for sale my inter. est in the oldest established chandelier and -glassware house In the city. Affdiess W, D., ;DUX 2,841. , WOE SALI8 EXCRANGS FOR CITY PROPERTYFAI11-610. acres; house 8 rooms; barnland crib; good rOkidS. Hoar station; " Churches, schools, itco4 horses, cows wagons, gild terming utensils. Inquired Wed. Cli A hi ihiALLIi. this office. se10-tl , , It lIALLLAN D-50 acres prattle land; seLpriuogr elighborbood, in Adair, county; Iowa; near r . uugty-ti. wo::::-..ele; :r htiolt:elaY:deltigtian'it aprinipwagon Add fess IWs" this lila& . . Ily14-ill , .. , WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS. IXT ANTEDTO TBADICGas axtnrea tor V V painting. Address B. DI Post-onioo BoX Pa to16-2t WANTEDGIRLA good German girl to do general housework, at 61I W. Seventh street. , se16-St larANTEÐPONY-h.Maet be cheap. In V quire at Star Wilco trout 121i to 1 o clock. au2541 , , iCINtiANIIID BUY YOUR, HATS OF MARTIN', at 42 W. Fifth - j446-tt WANTEDTO SELL, Clothes Wringers and Fluterti sold on feekly payments. bt W. E. KUNTZ A CO.. 65 West FWD street. selW F M-ttl TANTED YOU' TO kNOW That B. V V CA VAON A it SON have a 1104,106 of fine poneless Codfien, .and a splendid lino of Groceries. lyfili-tf WANTED--, TO RENTHouse; willing to pay $30 to ttlii per mouth tor a year or snore. by responsible party. Addreaa B. H. G., tare this Mee. se16-81 AU-ANTEDYOU TO CALLAt KELLY'S V V Sew Photograph and Ferrotype Gallery, West Fifth street. between Elm and Plum, Cincinnati. Open every dayr aue-4m WAMTEDPOSITION-On reamed, West V ern ad pteserred ; recommendations given. Address CONDUCTOS. care St. L. and A. E., I. IL, Mt. Vornon. Indiana. sele-St ,WANTEDA POSITIONBy a graduate veterinary surgeon, l8 years' exoerleoce, to take charge of a ataole or transfer hue. Ad iress DkITBitv Box 9,881 Post-office. aele-St WANZEDGOOD CABINET-MAKERS-, Can have employinens by applving at pee at the Parton Car-workss BARMNY A MANUFACTURING CO, Dayton, O. se16-8t ( , . VOL.' 8.11E1w oirm:.! , , . VITANTEDEALESMANWho can' speak V V German, acd well acquainted with gen. at dry goods business. Apply to GILLES 1111 4 ZOISDAN, SS York street, Newport, -sele-St ILATANTEDTO CLOSE OUTA stook ot , V Aretclatte Sewing Machines in order to iwtire ually from the business.' Will sell at COST for CASH. Cantor AU &St tel) VV alnut , street, lint floor. , JeStl-tt VETANTEDTO BUYStanding or shiti V V wall show-ease, front 5 to d feet highs and from 4 to to feet long, Also, box counter, 'rite or without drawers- Mut be cheap. Ad ' tress (I B. T.. this office. , . gulti-tt ' fIXTAliTEDEVERYBODY TO KNOW if V that the Centennial Tea Company gives St handsome present to. every purchaser of a pound of their fine Dollar Tea. 1.0,ou0 worth 61 Tin, Glass and China ware Ps be giVen away. 'Also, a reward of SA Call for Circular. 6tores West Sixth street and 50 Best Pearl Wiwi. , Oisti-061 0 , 111 1 PEEPERRED SPECIALS. -------Ar-- BELL, THE19110TOGRAPHErat No. too West Fifth Sweet. atal-tt WRINGERS) AND IFLUTERSt bold on Weekly Payments by COLBY, IttIOREL it CO.. nt9 W. Flak street. son-int41,Witir WANTED,BOARDING. WA firEDBOAltD11444 Private board for gentleman and wife in private fami ly. Addresa Box 1,410, city. se111-3t FOR' RENT-ROOMS. VOlt RENT it0021 A nicely furnished I: room for two gentlemen; gas, batii.rooin and largo clothes croset. 246 Plum street, be. twoen Coorge mid Seventh. se16-St LAST EDITION. Probably fair and cool the next twenty four houllt No York. Tki Silk Smugglerio Funerals From Abroadllighloned Swim. , Mara. - Nicw YORK, Sept. it Sergeant Ed ward Shaw, 'of tfie Scotland Yttrd Po lice, London, hes arrived here, to testi fy in tha.case ot Lawrencemho is await ing trial in Ludlow-street Jail, on barges of forgery and defrauding the U. S. Government. The deteetives declare that the combination, ot which Lawrence was an agent, is very powerful,' and has defrauded tbe Government out ot very large with& Its operations are believed to be ofieeked for a time, but not wholly broken up, and it ts asserted that the silk smuggling ring includes some houses oi high standing in this city. , The tunerals of Philip Mang aud Wm. Llughes,two of the victunii ot the lire lad der catastrophe, were largely attended by numerous societies of which they were members. Chief Nash, the other victim, will be buried this atternoon. A special from Leignitz says: Quar termaster Meigs, with bis son and Lieu tenant Newcomb,'and Colonels Dicken. son, Woodruff and Delaney Fioyd Jones, ot the Uuited States army, yesterday witnessed the autumn maneuvers of the German army, which were upon a grand scale. Henry Lewis and his daughter Jennie, on trial for attempting last month to sMadle Wm. Mithman, a real estate agent, out of $1,500, were convioted. Lewis Was sentenced to eight years in the State prison, three of which are on old barges of attempting to swindle Commodore 'Vanderbilt. Iltis daughter was sentenced to the Penitentiary for four years- The Demeeratio Convention. SIitoteusz, N. Y., Sept. 17.The COU Venttoa reassembled at 7:80 P. AL last evening, when it was announced that the Committee on Credentials would be ready to report at eight o'clock. At elgfit o'clock the Hon. G. W. 'Schuyler submitted the report of the Committee on Credentials, admitting the Tammany delegation from blew York, the McEw ingifes from Albany, and the Nelson dele gation froni.the district ol Ozwego. Tbe report was adopted without delay. The committee on perivanent organ izatiOn.reported as follows: Presitleat,' it. Sturgis, of0swegof Recording Seem taries, E. O. Herain, Hiram CalkIns and E. J. Clark; Vice Presidents, J. S. Ne vilte, A. R. Brinkeuhof, Wm. B.' Hurd, Ludwig Sember,. A. G. Wilson, .J. 0. Whiteboom, Jos. C. Brown, Charles Holmes J08. Fonda. S. W. Holcomb, Chas. Athony, A. Fuller, M. Bostwtok, S. Townsend, J. D. Patter, Geo.. Frank lin, E. Costin, Jacob Lorne, M. Peck, Jacob Hiemens, Thos. Morse; Secretary,. Wm. D. Wood-. Michael Colfey Augtistus L. Kurth, B., Silvermau, W..A. Hammond, Edwin C. Terry, E. A. Brown, Liam: Langead, Jas. ,1 McNeal, .E. D. Fergnson, Jas. R. Smith, J. D. Kerr, W. W. Dewey, A, Sit:lever. James Norton, Wm. L. Moses, Jas. Fatilit.;. nor IL Sniderson, A. L. Mundenhill, Joh9n 11. White, A. B. Rotham, C.11. Gal laher, Lute Joon, of Oswego, were ap pointed to conduct Judge Sturgis to the 1 eheir. Jutig6 Sturgis, on takinith0 chair, ad lreseed 1.be Convention briefly. He ecouted the Rim that the Democratic party was a greenbitok party, and said it was a Republican Congress whioh made greenbacks Legal Tenuers, and a Repub lican Impreme court which declared the Legal Tender Act constitutional. - To day the Republicans' money is fourteen to ilfteen per cent. below par. It was the duty of the Goverument to economize and curtail expenses, make tbe paper dol.' tar as good as gold, and teen resume, but you can't resume by legislation. Put a good man at the head of the Government who will turn out demagogues and cur ruptiontsts, and by reaucing the ex penditures make it possipie to bring the greenbacks to par. Tbat is the way to resume. Referring to the statement that the Democrats are in favor of paying et the National debt in greenbeoks,and the Republicans in gold, be said we had but three hundred and flay millions in gold in the country witti whioia 10 pay out enormous National debt. The other coMulittee 1101 being ready to report, the- Convention at:1.10'11110d to 9Ar. al. this morning. Washington. The Patella OfficeThe Fast Nati' Trains, etc., etc. WAsulkaron, Sept. 1.7.--The 'commis sion of Wm. Woikiward as Examiner-inChief ol Ile Patent Office bas been revoked by Fresident. Grant and Mr. R. L. B. Clarke appointed to the Position, from which he was removed , when Mr. Woodward was appointed. Mr. Woodward returns to , his former position as Principal Examiner. , TUe controversy in tins matter, whioh has been of long standing, dating back to the , Commissionership oi Lion. S. S. Fisher, is not one between the two gentlemen natned, but a differentia between kheir Supervisors. The Post-office Department presented the appearance ol the headquarters of a winning party on the night of an election. At short intervals tne messenger boys of the Franklin and Western Union tele graph lines, would make their ap pearance with dispatches for the Post master General, announcing first that one and then that the other of the fast mail tralni bad reached certain stations on the route on or in advance of the schedule time. The Postmaster General watt higUly Olaled at We ounomts of the., FRIDA.Y EVENING, enterprise, and. was in reoeipt of eon. gratulations from numerous friends who dropped in to learn how matters -were progresatag . 00-doomammo The Storm. GRZAT DAMA011 DONS, AND STILL NO , -ABATEMSNT. GALVESTON, Sept. 17.--The storm which is still raging with great fury is the most violent that has prevailed here tor many years. The Ospean House is entirely surrounded with wateroind the outhouses are gone. Tile City ilospital is tilled with water. Thirty workmen on the breakwater be ing built by tbe Government were cut off and lost. The Sante re railroad , bridge James the bar has been swept away, and the Houston railroad bridge is under water twenty feet. This. sad of it has been washed away. The water at Virginia Point has backed up tor three miles o'n the main, land, and still rising. The gale la in creasing and the barometer is falling. 'The bay is so lull of water that if the wind changes to the north the whole' island is lost, and no Hires can be saved. The shipping le the harbor was having a fearful time of it. She ebip channel dredging fleet is sate. tbm.omme , tubDoor Sports,. , CUICKET. PHILADSLPHIA, Sept. 17.---Play in the cricket game between the English and Canadians was resumed at Germantown yesterday. The ground was wet and weather threatening, and the attendance of spectators small. The Canadians went to the bat and made some tine plays. With lour wickets down they had secured forty-four runs. The Cana diens completed their first inning in the afternoon notwithstanding the, rain hav ing scored 12 when the last wicket fell. 'The fielding of the British officers was tine. The British officers went on their second inning and scored 11 runs, when the stumps were drawn. The game will be resumed to-day. , TEE TURF. liARTIrotto, Sept. 17.The rice at Charter Oak Park yesterday, for a purse oi ;15,000, between Smuggler d Sense tioo, was Won by Smuggler in three straight heats. Time, 2122i, 2;21g, 2ttl. liAsaNALL. MARION, O., Sept. 11. Milford"' and Stars, ot Marion, yesterday. Gape D to 3 in raver ot the Milfordit. No runs after the fifth Inning. CHICAGO, Sept. 17.---Chicagos, 4; Hart fords, 14. Charlts Aces -Found Adoitil. YPSILANTI, Mica., Sept. 11.--A boy, supposed to be Charlie Ross, has been digebvered at Bellville, seven Lanes south of this place. m.mmemommimmoomoo.. IhIP - " - Shia Aa lasportaist , Special to the StAt , , UOLUMBU-S, 04 Sept. 17.--The Colum bus & Toledo Railroad Company have commenced.yrovedinge !Who condo, naltói of ab;ut five tulles a right of way just outside of Columbus. Senator Tipton is withdrawn from the iiPPointment at Akron on tbe 23d lbst., and appointed at Shelby the same date. domdmoftsmoomm 0. MOM& Special to the Staia .SPSINGFISLD, 09 Sept. 17,--1110 , union of the Forti-tourth Ohio Volunteer Infantry and the Eighth Ohio Volunteer Cavtry, at V, 0,A Ground!, watts Up largest eýer Laid ii-ere. Colodel 0. c. Maeon, et Newport Barracks, wao Grand Merolla', and HON Shtliabarger was orator of the day. Theodore MoConnell shot and probe. bly ratany wounded Altos ApOleton, le a ingot here yesterday. McConnell escaped.' , : .,.', .tmewwno.ome.,,,m Late Foreign Newts; LATEST PROM BOSNIA. - VIENNA, Sept.17.Advices from Boa; nia state tbat the rising against the Gov'. efuttiont has been reiteeed. AA eligne ment has taken place, on the banks nt the river Sarte, in which- tho ineurgents were almost anuthilafed. TuRKBY'S TANGLES. - KRAGUJEWITZ, dept. It ...Forty-two Deputies oppose the Government, and are in favor of war; but 'a majority ap pears to be seethed tor an address, which - proposes to leave the question to the wit d'om of Prince Anise. The Government , is most active in Ile efforts to maintain peace, ond the immediate danger ot war is consequently soreewhat Lessened. ' LeNDON, Sept. 17.iThe Daily Tele graph's Vienna correspondent reports that Turkey is placiug her forces in Bui garia on a war-footiug. and preparing the fortresses on the Datnupe for any emergency. ictiotasu plows. LoNDOS, Sept. 17.The Earl of Hunt ingdon is dead. , The foot end mouth disease among cat tle is -spreading, but there are only a small proportion of death.. FROM ROME. Home, Sept. 17.The Voce Della Ver. ita states teat the Spanish Ernbassatlor to the Vatican has resigned, in cense (pence of the Ministerial changes in Madrid. ,, , ! LONDON, Sept. 17.--The telegraph has a special from Itome, stating -that the Pope recently Wormed Cardinal Berra omo that the Vatican Council would re assemble to complete its labors in 1876. " Tug EAST. Bomeai', Sept.'17.--it has been hereto Aire asserted that the Meant of Hydera bad refuses to accept the Viceroy's invi tation to meet the Prince of Wales on his approaching cielt to India. This tias caused much oomment In the Eoglish and Indian press. The Times of India, eowsver, announees, definitely, that the If main has accepted the invitation. LONDON., Sept. 17.A telegram from Shanghai says: 4The negotiatious rela tive to the Yunait outrage are not con cluded. The only points settled are that a special Embassy will be sent to Len don, and the Chinese Viceroy will insti tute a Commission of Inquu'y Into the outrage in Yunan." - SPANISH AMERICA. , PERNAMBUCO, Sept; is believed that au Imperiat decree, granting annul ties.to the Bishops and tiovernors of the dioceses, will be puolished in a few days. The Gocernment have determined to pursue a co utuliator.s polloy on the quee- tion of ,eltitiva ' , SEPTEMBER 17,. 1875 NeW York- Ðemeerfttsf. trorr DECLARE FOR HARD momf!. SYRACUSE, Sept. 17.The Demobrats have nominated the following ticket: John Bigelow, by acclamatioa, for Sec retary of State. Lucius Robinson, for Comptwiler. Chas. 8. Fairohild, for Attorney Gen eral. Charles N. Ross, for State Treasurer. - John D. Van Buren, for State Engineer. Christopher IL Wolreithi for Canal Commissioner. Rodney R, Crowley, for State Prison Inspector. The platform adopted affirms the prin. eipies of that of the last National Can. yantion, and says: The public credit must be sacredly maintained, and we denounoe repudia tion in (Wary form and guise. A speedy return to specie payment is demanded alike by the highest consider ation of commeroial morality and honest government. Toe action of the Governor in regard to the Canal bonds was austairmd. - 0-, , Chicago. - ' Lake DisastereTh Fast, Train, Etc.., Etc. ' CHICAGO, Sept. 11.--The barge Har mony, lumber laden, drifted on the Noarth Pier, Chicago Harbor, in a gale last night, and is water logged and pounding badly, though wind and seas are tapw The crew, eight persons, besides Capt. Reynolds and wife, and the mate, were saved with diffioulty,' with the aid of the tug Shields. A line was attached to the mast and all drawn safely to shore. The barge was vaned at 610,000, and, with the cargo, was uninsured. The Harniony was in toW with the pro peller Chas. Reitz, but parted line during the gale, and the Reitz oould not turn and recover her. Reports of other dis asters are expeoted. Ns propellers cleared last night, and a large sailing fleet pot back for safety. A Toledo special says the last Anal! train reached there at 11 P. M., 18X hours from the Grand Central depot, , New York, without a single mishap, and expeoted to reach Chi cago -at 6 A. M. to-day, one half hour ahead of time. Vice Pres Went Wilson got on board the train at Albany, and left it at Utica. The jour nalists on this train represented,- over fifty papers. momontilron IP Countrifikre QuINCY, ILL., Sept. ILThree coun terfeiters with plates, dyes, and a stock oi Liao queer", were arrested here yestec. day by the police. , ?-!,momomo Criettai. GERMANTOWN, PA., INTL' The Crigket Tournament was resinned here this mailing, and a better attendance Waa noticeable. llowder is at the bat, and Lao made several splendid plays. Imm.iMommEmon.moP0 0om,mommemom ' Fever. PritutAcoLÁ, Sept. 17.--The yellow le ver is epidemio at 12welPs Station, on Pensacola Bay, twelny-dve miles above the navy-yard. The people have neither food, medicine or attendance,' They are (trying in the name of God for relief. The navy-yards are perfectly healthy. WertrlosstoTtre' S.CRANTON, PA., Sept. 17.--The Welsh National Eikteddfoloontinues with great suocess. Gov. Hartranft,presided yes terday at the afternoon session. Fully 8,000 people were present listening to the several Cbdirs, ntunbering 'front 200 to 800 persons each, tn their ,competitien for aprisé in choral singing. The pieces selected for the contest wits, "Rise up, arise Petit Mendelssohn's St. Paul. , fat ir wilen an immense tligh ittendaticd, won piece WaS snag by ,the United choirs, numbering 1,00 persoil. mmomolo...I 00..ommommmnom ELABIZZL A violent Atorm prevailed on Lake Huron yesterday. W. R. Reath & Son. Boston leather dvders, have suspended. ' Major Upham has arrived at Fort Gib son, Cherokee Natien, with stxty-four men. Tbe steamship Neckar,, from Liver pool for New York, took out L28,000 in specie. The "Two Orphans" have been en joined again by Shook tls Palmer, this time lu Paul. Lee & 1Shepard's assets, exclusive of stereotype plates, amount i0 ;199,433; $54,5e6. - The Journal De St. Petersburg an nounces the death of Signor Ronconi, the celebrated Italian ainger. Charles Jost, another crooked whisky mau of San Francisco, also mourns the "destruction" of his hooks'. Lazard & Freres. a ll'eavy Importing house of San Francisco, are shortly to open "the gteatest bauking-house in A merica." - There is no change in the linanolal sit uation in San Francisco. No date is yet liked at which the Bank of Californta will resume. - Sainuel Carr, James Cardin and a boy were killed by the explosion'ol a thresh ing machine boiler on the farm of Stan ley Robbins, near Terre Ratite, yester General B. F. Butler, Chief Justice Waite, General J. H. Martinda:e, ol New York; Judge R. L. Bond, of Maryland; Judge Softie, of North Carolina" Generat J. S. Negley, of Pennsylvania; Dr. E. B. Wilcott, of Wisconsin, and several other gentlemen connected with the manage ment of the Soldiers' Rome at Day ton, spent Jest night at Piqua. ,......,..,......41.0 aw The Horrors ot Cr 11 War. General Costa lia, who nod command of tne Carnet fortifications at Villareal during the recent engagement, in a let. ter to a friend says: I have de ring my Hie vritnessed some very sad scenes of war, and I thought I had seen tee summit of human misery in the retreat of toe Army of the East (in IKON ot which I commanded the rear guard. But I can not recall any impres sion which eau be compared with the Waling which I experienced ou entering with Brigadier Valluerca the principal' street of Villareal, when it was on fire from one etid to tne other. The cracklittg of the dames whose red i.e. glare struggled against the light of the mid-day sun, the heat, crash of win dows giving way and of roofs falling in,, the shrieks of frenzied women and the cries of the children who ran with bare feet on the ashes, the 'grim despair of the old men, as they gazed with a dry eye and a fixed stare upon the scene, the imprecations of the Carlist-soldiers as parties of them rushed in hot pursuit. of the incendiaries the rattle of the mus ketry, all forme'd a horrible spectacle which bathes description. I saw in a side street. between two, burning houses, a woman lying stretched eta on a mattrees, surrounded, by little children half naked, who were uttering piercing cries. The atmosphere was un bearable. The flames all but licked the paths; the burning ruins were failing down on all sides quite close to them; ' and this family abandoned in the confusion, were about to be either roasted or crushed. The heat be coming more and wore intense; their faces were crimson; the children in their agony redoubWd their shrieks; their poor mother, as she looked at them, weeping, and calling the Holy Virgin to her aid. What could be more heart rending than this picture, framed as It were in fire? In America we have no Westminster Abbey, and consequently oar great and good and remarkable men and women, our stateemen and poets-, patriots and philanthropists, lie generally near the. homes they admired while living, an d where their friends may easily visit their reating places, when dead. This, we think, is better. The man whose life has been illustrious, has probably been bet ter loved at home, in his own neighbor hood, than in the busy mart of trade, the arena ot politics, or at the booksellers. , And therefere it is better that this body should lie near those who loved him best. For we can scarcely subscribe to Shakspeaes saying, that "the good which men do dies with them." It lives and preaches from their graves, often eilth more infitience than did their lives. Our Westmister abbeys are ecattered all over Ur eountry. From Mount Vernon to Oreenville, wnere our fleet and last Presidents respectively lie; from New Hampshire to North Beud the dust of our Presidents rests, Mid their graves become shrines and radiating influences, teach iug patriotic lessons tcr the visitor and the youth in their vicinity. Our Abbeys for our great dead are tbe green groves and grassy hillsides, well-tept lawns anti tordcre of flowering shrubs, made cheet411--If adch Can bd So madeby iunlight land smiler warmth, Fee!! grasses Slid Avving bffindhas. God's architecturst Cita lemi de' ftun.i; And braille-1.4 fir trees of Blount Auburn, aided bykthe blind 'of Art, are Doston's Westmalster AbLe7, and a thousand times more beautiful in approprateness than all the grand architecture of the great British Ateusoleum.Mts ferule. ' ' LOVAL NEWS. , ' RIMED TO DEATH.' , A Dentatim in a Etuwo an Sao street -On the northeastern corbee of Race and Cherry alley there an old dilapt. dated tenement house, which has been standing there about thirty-live ',sera,. than whieli there are few worse in Huck town. Is la inhabited by about forty families, all of whom are. in reduced oircum stances. Ate plastering on the walls has fallen off, and the, stairways and porches are decayed and andy th break down at any time. The vaulte tre In tile .same oondition, The owner ;tr. woartesIrffitt, Whe has !eased the building to Mr. Rudolph Wi Imes, who keeps a grocery In one cor ner, and sublote the other portion of the building to families. Day before yestet dny a woman by the name of Margaret Markley, and Mrs. Mary Holmes, both Welding at tile above mentioned tette inent house, got into a quarrel', when tbe lathier, accading to her statement, was severely beaten abbut tbe face aniF pulled down stalzs by thp hair. Mrs Holmes, she says, Wen ktiacked her down, kieked ber In the sides, and sub. goled bet tölktherahuseis causing her birehTtra of about sit lantblokrówth. Coroner Maley was' notified of the at- 1 fairi and proceeded to hold an inquest this morning. In the testimony Mrs.1 Margaret Markley, the mother. of child,. substantially -related whit has beenmentioned above, and in conclusion related that she was satisfied that the blows and kicks giveu her by Mrs. Holmes were the cause of the child's death. The husband of MrsMarkley is now in the Lunatic Asylum, having been sent ' Ithere last May. She Ina two children,1 one of which some six weeks ago tell down from the fotirth-storyporch of the and Miraculously escdped from being kiiled, Dr. Marcus, who attended the woman, testified top. facts concerning the birth of the child, and that she was of a very quarrelsome disposition and addloted to the excessive use of liquor. - Hudolph Alrilines, the leas holder of the building and proprietor of a grocery on the northeastern cor neiN testified that Mra. Markley was or a very quarrelsome disposition, and had resided there about three mums, butthat Airs. Holmes, on the other hand, Wag a verY peaceable and quiet woman. He saw the wuolo of me affray the other day; and etated that this was nu doubtedly the cause of the child's death. Mrs. Holmes is apparently a woman about 75 years of age, , and has resided 'here about three years. The Jim returned a verdict that the blind came to its death front premature birth caused by a shook, the same being produced by blows or kicks loilloted by Mrs. Mary Holmes, on the 15th of Sep tember. MI5. Mrs. Holmes bas not yet been attested, but probably will be du. ring the day. , ;1,womme.0111 , THAT PISTOL. Inca the Amiable (lumen. Sore about dit The morning journals tell a etory to the effect that Dr. Maley and a young man by the name of John Russell be came involved in a quarrel yesterday about a bet, on the train coming home from the base-ball matqh, and that the Coroner, drawing a pistol, presented it to Russers forehead eimplY because lie bad called him (the Doctor) a liar. This morning at STAR reporter called ow Coroner Mii)ey and the followiag col loquy aruee: Rep.--Well, Dootor, how about that little quarrel of your's yesterday? CoronerPshawl it way nothing. ltep.Well, let's have your version of the affair. youug man, who Wag 81"" INO 68 Two GElint formerly a boot-black in this city,. met me yesterday in the cars, when Ms spoke something about a bet, and grew quarrelsome, and then called me a liar. I pulled out an old pistol, which I happened to have about insk with which a man bad committed so& eide some time ago, and which had noth ing ill and presented it towards hint to scare him, just so (hers the Doctor put his thumb in his side pants pocket, and held his band as ir grasping a pistol- I asked him to take that back, when he apologised, and that's all there mlabout 1Ms whole affair is not as the morning papers depict, but the Coin; mereial is down on ine and is always ready to publish any little scurrilous sa tiate that they can hear of. LATEST LOCAL. 410,atftgMa0.. ' SLTERIPP SPRINCIMICIN8 ro-dty issued hid proclamation for the fail elotAlom , , ALLEN SrENoica and Mary Spencer hami brought a suit against James Hart, each tor 45.L0e damaged, for false imprisonment oniihe charge of petitlarceny, August ULM charge of petiviarceny, August With. ' Joao B. Sitiagi was brought before gitpdtia Anthony thit morning on the charge of baster- , dy, preferred against him by bliss Katmai Wood. and commitied to Jail ita the Bunt et Wit to await the action of the Grand Jury. RUDObill ALOKEWIT was convicted Ot Stade ink till Hunt Charles Taylor in the Crietimfi Court this morning, and eommitted to Jail to await his seutence. Charles Cooper woe con victed of stewing a go:d watch and elitist worth $125, from Jerry Shoham. and was die. posed of, in the tilOOO way. lishael Hayes plead guilty to assault anti battery upon the pereon of Ades Sanders, anti was fined HO agdi COILS, : , A OONFIDENIA NAN yesterday got his work: in on the family of J S. Boss, the hatter at Hi West t"ifth streck Mr. Boss resides in Day-., ton, Ky. The thid, entering the place, ac costed Mrs. Koss. stating that her husband batt sent him over to tate the clock to be repaired. Mrs. Boss did not have any suspicionsotoik rive the man the cicck. a vatuable one, mei spice then neither the clock tier the man bast been beard oL This old-time trick has agg been played for some years.. , , - , Lulus D. CAltROLL, Samuel S. ,Carroll, &NW Win. B. Carroll, of Buffalo, N. Y.. filed rati two in the U. S. Circuit Court for the Sou District of Ohio this morning against Pool, J. Hamilton and Iebecca Hainlitoo, of Gallia county, O., asking the foreolosom of ' mortgage on property in Gallia county, saint ing the payment of three prouuseory glows tor ti,600 held by plaintiff's against defendants.' The plaintiffs further pray that the property be sold, aud that the proceeds be opplied to tho paymeut of these notes. , - " SOPESINTINDENT It0111, Ot she County Infirmary, to-day, submitteAl his semi-anuizat report to the Comity tommissioners as follows: Th., total current expenses tor six manila ending August slat, neve been Sittlit The eXpentes for outside 'relief reifieleð townships has been 119,1139 out of triads g,eto Was received from the produce and the rent drawn from the County Treasury. The number of inmates remaining September les, 1876, were 101 The total number of sidinittat during um six months were e'L The average number supported per month was 43,, , Outline Affray. Sam Taylor, a colored lad aged about Iftees years, and occupied as a bootblack, became luvolvcd in a dilligity with& whits boy nainefil Prank Mercer, of ate sante age add oncupattoo, shout do'clock this morning. in front of the Gibson House when the former putted fano pen knife and inilided bevel eat an - the latier'e Wrist. ,Imet Thp wetted stretched across the inn abet two niches and WW1 of oonsiderable Officer Von Seggerli (who. by the way, is OM of tlue most efficieut officers on the fores) bap- 4. pencd to be near. mid lodged both of We bide in toe Hammond-street Station-house - The District Physician who was eallod dremed Mercer'e wound, end Tayloyswas la Mircerated to answer to the charge of cattisig with intent to wound, in the Police Court to- , . Police ieleinwit. I 1,011id Backer, a young maiiwu arraignitt in the Police Court this merging ea a (Margo mayhem. Ile le alleged to have injured the eye of a tittle girl, natuel Katie Probst, to such a degree that she will probably lose or eye sight. His case was continued Sill Gm dettt instant. - W. If- Williams, tho MOO WhO Wail arrested some tinus ago for stealing-the horse and buggy of a Mr. Dolton at the opening coremodies at the Pnce Hill Inc hued Plea Railroad, was bound over to the Court of tkeumon Picas ea charge of grand larceny. Itis boud was dust at IVO. Chao. Spinning,a heartless wretch, pawned a coat that was loaned as him by his landlord, and was Eommitted to the Work-noisee tot day& anti Rued Sri. John Webster, for beating hie wife, wan sentenced to thirty. days' imprisonment and lined ILO. John Carroltou was taken in by Lieutenant Kelly, of the 'laird-street Station, on a charms of drunkenness. On the way to the Station ha bit the Lieutenant in the thumb quite severely and utterly destroyed his nether garmtmes. Judge Lindeman nneti him le and ;same for be ing drunk, ath and costs for restiting the old eer, and 313 and costs fur malicioue destrisc thin. , , , , . , James Stewart was sent out for thirty days anti tined Oa for stealing ta LO from Benxi kiLLOSMOIth s ' Jerry Dillon stole a wateh. Sid iu mousy breastpin and a gold ring, worth in eh 431 from Julius Scofield, Re applied for a amis.,. nanee,.witteh WO11 granted, and the fusee setter neat Monday. , 1 SA70 T , , A Chance for the Rupgiereð. Our readers will be pleased to learn that. Dr. J. A. Sherman, of New York City, distioguished throhbout this oone try and Europe tor his wonderful system of successfully treating rupture, is new in Cincinnati, treating such wee as may be-conlided to hie care. Thousaade throughout the country are living wit. nesses of the effielency ot his resnedien tor the relief of this most deplorable af- illation. To be ruptured is a sad thine,. slime no oue in that situation knows the ' pending doom that awaits him. -,,, er the ailment appears slight or le ite aggravated forin, it not judiciously ar. rested it foreshadows the most appalling consequences. , The customary treat went with, a gripping truss, its Were, and the consequent injuries arisizi4 therefrom, has blighted many a bright spirit, and driven into oblivion many who were capable ot achieving wonders. )Tbe ruptured giant is but a pigmy, and the ruptured husband but a eunuch. Disoonsolate, dispirited, disheartened, a mere shadow of Wanton', does the rap- - Lured eventually become.. - With these glaring facto ,before ma, 4 we feel it our imperative duty so eejois upon those afflicted with herale, any ' Of its stages, to consultDr.Sherinattaink secure his assistant while they. have , this favorable opportunity, bearing le mind that great suffering and mullets. - tion, if not agonizing death front inflam mation, must sooner or later be the re , suit of neglected or badly treated zejp- - Lure. - The foregoing we take from the Ea quirer and conimend it to We serious consideration ot our readers. Emu are coming from the 00Ultily to consult De. Sherman, aud fortunate, indeed. are, those who acquire bid services and rem edies. In Om soecialty Ito. le stiid klove uo equal WI,