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Ite will sell, TUESDAY, Se.ptomber 21, at 9 o'clotic A. M.; also, at I:80 P. M., A SPLENDID , ASSORTMENT BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS and RUBBERS, Adapted to Western and Southern trade. Goods are fresh and in good order; No SHODDY, no DAMAGED goods. Siz'of regular. JAS. H. LAWS & CO., Auctioneers. VAULT CLEANERS. RANDALL & McLEAN, Improved Vault Cleaner OFFICE Pio. 219 II Ninth Street, Clucinnat19 O - 0020-Ita PROPOSALEC. LETTING No. 26. Proposals for Cross -,Ties. ORALED Proposals will be received until 0 MONDAY, October 1101, 1875, at 12 o'clock soon, for furnishing one hundred and sixty thousand Cross-ties to be delivered on the ime of the Cincinnati Southern Nailwav, en Motions 120 to 178 inclusive, Divisions" F " and "0," in Scott anti Morgan counties, Ten asset). Bids will be reeelved for five thousand and upward. Printed forms must be used, and di rected to the Board of Trustees of the Cincin nati Southern Railway, No. 70 West Third street, Cincinnati, O. Specifications can be had at the office of Thomas D. 'Lovett, Principal Engineer, No.70 West Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board, Al GR BEN WOOD, President. Tn0a. D. Lovsrr, Consulting Engimmr. so20-3tR to the Electors of a Part of Nil !creek Township. COdMISATONERM' OPTIC; HAMILTON LOUNTY, CINCINNATI, September 20, 1875. 1VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the 20tit day of September, 1875, a petition of James Smith, C. A. Partridge and others was presented to the Board of COMMIS. MOM'S of this county, praying to set off a separate election precinct ,in Millcreek town ship, as foliows: COM1110114IIMIC at the junc tion of the eastern boundary of said town ship with tne Marietta and Cincinnati rail road; thence westwardly on the line of said railroad to where it crosses tho Miami Canal; thence northwardly with sard Canal to the soiteem boundary of Section No. 5; thence eastwatily to thu eastern boundary of said Township; thence southwardly to the plaro of beginning, to be called Bond Hill hlection Precinct, and Monday, October 11, 1875 at 10 o'clock A. Id., was set as the time for h'earing She same JOSEPH B. HUMPHREYS, Auditor. By Jos. T. WHITE, Deputy. se20-tt WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. IATANTItDPONYMiuit be obeei). In T quire et Star Moo trout 12;i to 1 o'clock. A0541 kIWANTED BUY YOUR HATS OF MARTIN, at 42 IST FILM at. jy15-tt IXTANTEDSnow white clothes from the Country Laundry, 191 Race streq. se2;!Sti WANTEDGIRLAu oxporienced girl to do general housework. Call at No. 1154 Richmond traet. ' it WANTEDPil YSICIANTo take a speci alty; a new litscoverv; CRY) per month. A.Miresa DOCTOR, P. O. Box WO, Cincinnati. Ise18.atj , WANTEDTO SELLClothes Wringers anti Miters oaf on weekly payments, by KUltxZ It CO.. $5 West Eitth street. - WANTED YOU TO KNOWThat D. CAVAGN & SON have a now lot or fine lioncless Codfish., and a splendid line of Groeeries. jy2l1.4t laTANTEDAGENTSTo sell two house.. hold necessities watch have a ready sale. Business permanent and respectable. Call at 154 W. Sixtb street. sar20-St,AL&W lUTAN TEDYOU DO CALLAt KELLY'S V V Now Photograph and Ferrotype flattery, Elft West Fifth street, between Elia and Plum, Cincinnati. Open every day. aueCii WANTEDPERSONALThe- addreu of Charles Cashman who attended Berea College in 1812, by hi; elassmate. Address LILA. GORDON, this oillee. sta0-2t INTANTEDTO CLOSE OUTA stock of fIrst-class Sewing' Machines in order to retire finally from the business. Will sell at COST for CASH. Cali for AtittiblA 230 W a) nut street, drat door. je2041 WANTEDTO BUYStanding or side Wall show-case, front 5 to 8 feet high, anti from 4 to te feet long. Also, box counter, wItn or without drawers. Must be cheap. Avd dews C. B. T.. this oilloe. au10-1,1 r.olt BALE. gOE B A I., E.-. RAILIOAD TICKETS Bought, Sold and Exchanged. 110 V a .. 80 West Third street. - jy10-tt . WOR SALEBUSLNESSOue good notion 1 wagon, norses and route tor sale vory cheap, Address O. (31 LEITZ, New. Richmond. Ohio. - . see-tt , , rSALE CARRIAGniN ow and No. ow, haud, la groat variety. For bargains tall at 19 aud 21 West noveath street. OHO. & SONS. - stoll.tt won, SALE OR .EXCHANGE FOR CITY A.1 PROPERTYFARR-52 acres; house 8 Zooms; barupoid crib; good roads, near station; akurenes, schools, 8tc,; horses; cows wagons, anti farming utensils. Inquire Of iir cilAhl AtRLIN. this Wilco. se1041 WOR HALELAND-50 soros prairie land; X good spring on sumo; in thitisty-siatiod sungontirliood, In Adair county, Iowa, uoar sooty-sent Or will trade for horse and lignt pprivir-wupu Addross 4,1',11 Ibis ollioe, PREFERRED SPECIALS. - BELL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER, ' 14)J Weat Fifth tiLreet. auxes-tf WRINGERS AND FLUTERS, 1 bold on Weekly Payments by COLBY, BROUER (A St9 W. I'll-at street sett-ImM.VIDP LAST EDITION Nelir'Yorit - , American Institute. Fair Tilton vs. BeecherHorse Disease, Etc, Nrcw YORK, Sept. 120.--The fair of the American Institute is progressing finely and promises to excell al prevous lairs. During the last few days large additions have been made to articles and to tife exhibition, until.now there is very lit tle vacant opace. , It is expected that the case of Tilton vs. Beecher will be called from the calendar of the ' City Court to-day by Judge Reynolds. Mr. Morris counsel for Tilton, wiii answer that he'is ready. A. serious disease has bryken out among the horses throughout the city. It borders on the nature ot the tamous epizootio of two years ago. It is ealcu lated there are 10,000 heroes suffering, and the symptoms being preolsety those manifested when ' the epizootio first showed itself. THE BEECHER-TILTON CASE CONTINUED. NXw YORK, Sept. 20.7-The case of Td ton Ve Beecher, which was No. 19 on the City Court calendar, Brooklyn. to-day was by consent of counsel put over until the next term of Court. Tilton's libel suit against the Brooklyn Eagle also went over until next term by consent. : - SHARKEY. - lizw YORK,. Sept. 20.---Sharkey, - the escaped murderer, having gone to Cuba, efforts will be made for We extradition. It is expected that a demand will be made on the- British Government for his arrest as soon as he arrives on British soil. .11 'VVashington. - A Paymaster 9s Statement Storm - Notes. WASHINGTON, Sept. 20. Paymaster John Stevenson, or the 'United States navy, of wbom there was recently cir culated a tumor ot defalcation in his act counts, has written an indignant letter to the Navy Department regarding that rumor. He Chkiins to have duly forward ed his accounts. accounting tor every dollar charged against him, and demands th,al he be relieved and ordered home, and an investigation ordered in the mat ter to show who was yesponsible for tue story. The Signal Siirvice observer, at Squaw Belton, reports a three-masted schooner in distress ten miles south ot Squaw Inlet, anch'ored and dragging toward the shore; her sails and some spars gone; thesea is breaking over her. She is ,supposed to be lumber-laden. ,The Signal Service observer, at Long Branch, reports tne name of a schooner ashore there as the Mabel Thomas instead of the Abel Havan. G6VERNOR AMES' DISPATCH. WASHINGTON, Sept. 20.--Gov. Ames' dispatch, demanding troops, is made public in full. lit contains nothing of imkortance more than is known. 's Autumn Pastimes. - , - PIGEON SHOOTING. 1sTEW YortK, Sept. 20.--Arrangements have been made for a pigeon-sheeting match for $10,000, betWeen, Mr. A. H. Bo gardus and ' James Gordon Bennett against Carroll Livingstone and Ira A. Paine. The conditions are for pach to shoot at fifty single birds from tive traps, placed five yarcis apart, thirty yards rise,. eighty yards boundary, with 13i ounces of sh.ot, for 0,000 a side. Memo. Bennett and Livingstone put bp 'the stakes, and each take the chainpion and ex-champion as bartners. The matchis to take place at Newport, R. October 8. The match is for the largest stake ever shot for in this coun try. The contest is looked forward to with eager interest, and- already large sums have been staked on tile reSult. Before Mr. Bennett Went to Europe ho was matched to shoot Mr. LiviiPgston for , $7,000, and paid a forfeit. In the coming; contest, each has to shoot at fifty birds, ' and the side that kith: the moet wius the ! stakes. , In betting Bogardas and Ilen..! nett are the favorites. , . TRUITING POSTPONED. , CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND., Svg. 20.--The fall meeting ot tbe Cambridge Trotting Park Association is postponed from 0e tuber 1.'20), lath, 14th and löth to Octo ber 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d, and the time for closing entries is extended to Octo ber llth. " CRICKET. : rHILADELPIIIA, Sept. 20.--In , the! crIcket matcir Saturday, between' the British ollicers and Canadian clubs, the result was: British 803, Canadiau 290. A match between the British Wheels and the Americans began soon afterwards, and at the close of the play the Aineri. cans had scored 173. , : The Northwest. , HEAVY FROBT11--CAPTUR,ING THE KEAR NET MARACDERBINDIAN AFFAIRS, ETC. CHICAGO, Sept. 20.Frosts were re. ported in various parts of Illinois, Iowa. and Wisconsin last night. In Northern Illinois the damage to the oorn crop is quite heavy, but confined to the late planting. , OMAHA, Sept.' 20..--The leader of the band ot murderers,- named Doc Smith, who killed Al liton Collins on Friday last, was captured Saturday night by sheriff James, OI Dawson county,, on an' island in Platte river, three miles south of Plain Creek Station. This makes nine of the desperadoes that haVe been captured so far. Two parties are still lu kursuit of the balance. A dispatch from Red Cloud Agency, Neb., via Cheyenne, says: It is now determined by the Commissioners not to eminence 'holding council until Friday. They are waiting tor GeneralFerry, but the general belief le that they fear , the Indians are not In a, temper to trust, themselves among tkein. Commissioner Day says the council will not he hold loiters another week. The Cheyenne In.. dian who threatenud. to kill a Commis.' stoner tbe first day of the council has been conciliated. Orders came yester day tO give the lutliane who vieited teo hostile northern camp to induce Setting Mules tribe,- to Join the council, 100 American horses. , l'he Missouri river Indians are beooming restless under tile inexcusable delay in organizing the Council. , , ,, , , , : The Southern St Orin. LIFE ' AND PROPERTY DESTROYED AN ! ' ',, ESTIMATE. ,, , GALVESTON, 'Sept. 20.'The destructiOn of life in the city by the storm can not be estimated, but there were not' over a dozen lives lost.' The damage to shiP ping is slight. The storm was the fiercest ever known here. ' Its full fury was dur ing Thursday. A number of wrecks are reported on the coast, but nothing de& uite is known'. The total estimated damA age in the city is $5,000,000. ' colutroli.NEW8 FROM GALVESTON. N ORLEANS, Sept. 20.The steamer Mary, which lett Galveston. yesterday morning, arrived at Brashear yes terday, and she rePorts , that the east end of , the Island is washed out.. The iuhabitants are Moony saved, but are powerlese, and halo lost everything. Thirteen laborers on the breakwater are missing. :rile vessels in port worked incessantly, en gaged.saving life and property. ' FROM NEW ORLEANS. NEw ORLEANS, Sept. 20.The water In the lake and river is low, and no appre hensions are left of an Overflow here. The damage by the gale here is trifling; none is reported on the Loulsana coast. The telegraph lines to Galveston are again prostrated, but are expected td be up la a short time. 14 is tutor 'reported that two lives were lost at the break. water. , The city is safe, although the Water Is high. Several bndges have been swept away. Some marine disastere are reported ut, Key West. At Braellear the streets are full ot wa ter. , At Harrisburg and Houston there was a terrific sale, and the water was thrown up from the bay higher than was ever kuown before, a hundred miles to the north, along the entire Texaa coast. It Is leered much datuage was done at In dianola and the western ports. , FROM MOBILE. ' - MOBILE, Sept. 20.The storm which threatenet for several days, was felt most seneibly here Friday night. ' A very high wind blew all night from thp southwest, driving the water into the bay and overflowing the wharves and streets near East River. A dredge boat was sunk, and some other damage was done to the shipping. It is supposed all the wharves on the eastern snore were destroyed. The beat did not arrive front there yeeterday. The storm has entirely subsided, and the weather is pleasant to-day, but it is cold enough tor frost. No muriue disas ters reported. FROM MEMPHIS. , Mintrits, Sept. 20..-The heavy rain storm which hae prevailed through the Lower Mississippi valley for thirty hours passed off toward the northeast. It originated in the Gulf, and the rain-fall here and further south exceeded two inches of solid water. Upland cotton, open and uupicked in the field, has been injured In quality and beateu out by the storm. In the valleys where It grew ranker and less forward, very little uarm has re sulted. COtten is several weeks later in ripening than last year, owing to mid summer rattle. Tito receipts of the new crop are len than 500 bales here, against nearly 5,000 bales at the same tune last year. Frost usually appears about the middle of October. Its advent betore that lima will nip the cotton crop and greatly lessen the yield. , Charite Bess. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 20.The officers of the law received information during the past week; that if Westeevelt is con victed, the 'boy Charlie Ross would be returned. It is also stated that the pros ecution has much important Informa tion, which they hoid for prudential rea sons. It is believed that Westervelt will reveal who' the parties are wbo have the child in custody. Tne officials firmly believe the child le etill living. Charlie Rose Trial Westervelt Guilty. l'unanzi..rnia, Sept. 20.---The jury in the-Westervelt case came into Court this mornina after being out since Sat urday. They lound Westervelt guilty on the third, fourth and filth counts. The jury was unanimous on these.: -.11 40-6, From the Capitol. Special to the Sian COLUMBUS, 0.Sept. 120--A man named John Carroll yak; caught on a shall In Ohlen's saw factory, Saturday, and terribly injured. His clothes were torn into ribbons, and his collar bond and several ribs broken. He is expected to recover. Hon. Carl Schurz will make nine speecilea in Ohio during this campaign in favor of bard money. , , Special io the Star. ' SPRINGFIELD, O., Sept. 20.--A son of Mr. Jeremiah Lofel, residing. near Don neleville was killed on Saturday by hav ing his head catight betwden the rollers of a cane mill. The mill was temporarily stopped aud tbe accident, occurred through the sudden : starting of the horses. - A thre2-weeks-old child was found on Saturday in an open lot on the North Side, and was taken to the Infirmary alive. This is the second case of the kind within a few days. The Democracy of Ciarke county have nominated for county aloes the follow ing ticket: Representative, Thos. Kizer; Auditor, Jolin Cadwallader;Recorder, Kemp Gaines; Clerk of Court, J. P. Mar tindelii Probate Judge, H. S. Showers; Commissioner, Henry Craft; Infirmary Director, Herr Billy Diehl; Coroner, lien. Mitts. An Irish tailor, makigg a gentleman's coat and vest too small, Wall ordered to take them home and let them out. Some days after, the genleman was tOlil that the garments happened to tit a gountry wan ot his, and he bad let them put for a shilling a week. - 10, A fourteeoloar old son ofJerry ton!, residill near Donnellsslite Clarke county, was latally Injured litatorday morning by his bead being caught and orushe in tho machinery of a cane.. orutihiug apparatus. ...Late. Foreign. Nowa. ASKING NEUTRALITY. ' CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 20.The Turk. ish Government has asked Servian neu trality. No communication In reply yet received. The Skouptschina Committee has prepared a reply to Prince Milan's speech. ' - , i MORE IRON WORKS SUSPENDED. 'LONDON, Sept. 20. The Richinond Iron Works. at, kitoekton upon Tees com prising twenty-six furnaces and' roll. trig mills and employing 809 hands, has suspended. , The concern is insolvenb. , THE AMERICAN CARDINAL. ' , ROma, Sept. 20.The Pope has ap pointed Cardinal McCloskey a member of the Congregations on Index, Sacred Rites, , and,. Bishops - and Regulars. Another Consistory will be held on the. 23,1 instant, when twelve additional Bishops will be appointed. Dumps Witt De appointen. , TURKEY'S TROUBLES. 1 VIENNA, Sept. 20.--An insurrection has broken out al Tuskarrow. The in-; surgents' burned the Turkish guard house, the garrison of which Sod, The insurrection is said to be spread ing in Western Bosnia and itis rumored that preparations have9been made tor a general rieintt In Bosnia. CoNsTANTI-NovrE, Sept. 20.--The Min later of War bad received a dispatch front Ali Pasha, dated Mostar, Septein ber stating that the insurgents were attacked Sept. tith near Vishegrad, Bosnia, defeated and put to flight. On the battle-field were tound passports and other documents, which leave nolonger any doubt that the Persians intended to declare against Turkey. The Sublime Porte publishes the foregoing and calla attention.to the fact that insurgents who take refuge in Austria are not disarmed, notwithstanding Turkey's representa tions. WAR-PLAY.. JAMMU, SILESIA, Sept. 20.-The grand autumn maneuvers of the German army concluded yestiarday near Lei. nits, atter three days' Earnest Krigspel war-play,' which resembled real war rather than play. Two army corps, the Filth, eoinmanded by General Non Kirchbach, and the Sixth, under General Juinpling, each about thirty thousand strong, were pitted 'against Vitell other. Altuough executing plans of battle laid down for them, they endeavored to gain tbe victory as adjudged by the Kaiser and.the general staff. FR'Al SPAIN. LONDON, Sept. 20.Atelegram - from Rome says the Nuncio at Madrtd has received-instruetions to leave his post if the Spanish Cabinet's decision with re. gard to his circular be of an aggressive character, or such as to compromise the dignity ol the Holy See. Otherwise the Nuncio is to remain at Madrid until De cember, when he will come to Rome to attend a Consiatory. Tee Spanish Cabi net met Saturday, but postponed discus sion tattle Nuncio's circutar. , CABINET CHANGES. CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 20.--Tho fol lowing changes in the Cabinet are an nounced: Razi Paella to be Minister of Marine, Kodri Bey to be Minister of Pub lic Works. THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS. PARIS, Sept. 20.--Twenty-four French Archbishops anti Bisnopebave issued a circular appealing for the exertions of Catholics In behalf of the Catnolic Versity of Paris. - , ITEMS. The report of a proposed conference ot European powers, with reference to Herzegovina, is discredited at Vienna. The Emperor William goes to Baden soon tor the customary celebration of tne Empress' birthday, on the SOth inst. Bismarck is said to be suffering from the temporary debility incidental to the Kissingen water cure. ' The imperial German Parliament opens to.morrom M. 'riders is engaged in writing out a philosophical work, to which he devotes a considerable portion of hiattime daily. Prussia proposes to introduce the Ger man language into the schools iu North Schleswig as the language ot instruction'. A Bonapartist conicrence will sbortly be held at, Arenenberg, where the Ex.. Empress Eugene is staying. A passenger train front Burton-inTrent, in which was Mr. Disraeli, re ceutly collided with au Cugine which was standing still and several passengers were severely shaken and bruised. The Premier was neither frightened nor hurt. , ' , A movement is on foot in London look; lug to the aunexation ot New Guinea by Great Britain, and its colonization. by Europeans. The Blittill0 engineers ot the British admirality say that the recovery of the iron clad Van Guard sunk by collision with the Iron Duke is impossible. PLA,SIIES Twelve inches of snow tell in Quebec yesterday. - The Fall' River mills will resuine on the 27t11 at reduced prices. Four boys were drowned in Toronto by the upsetting of a boat. The damage a Galvestonfile not so BS. rious as was appreuended. A number ot Americans called on Car dinal MoCloskey in Rome, on Saturday., Hon.. S. B. Elkins is elected delegate from New Mexico' by about 1,500 major ity. ' - - . " 1- i Postmaster Burt, o' Boaton, has been removed. , Edward C. Tobey succeeds , , Hon. Henry T. Blow was burled yes terday at St. Louis ivith imposing core , The supposed Jesse, James who was shot in Rockwell county, Ky., died yes terday. Miss Clara Morris, the actress, returns from Europe somewhat improved in health. - . ' . Goldsmith Maid will not make a further attempt to beat her reoord at Boston, and has gone West. , , Hon. liarvev Rice has been nominated for Senator bY the Democrats ol Cleve land, to till a vacancy. Emperor William will leave Germany certain by October 8, to visit the King 1 el Italy. Prince Bismarck will probably attend him.. Motion has been made for a new trial in the case of Mtioro against the Pitts burg Post, for libei, on the ground of ex cessive daniages. s, The Red Cloud investigators at Wash. togtoP.",iltruloko two revolts, tile major . ity report whitewashing Delano, Smith, Cowen and the rest ot the Indian Ring. Mr. Jewell, Postmaster General, has telegraphed his thanks to Seat& and Vanderbilt for the speed and accuracy with which the lightniug traine are put through. The Grand Lodge G. O. Ie., of the' United States convenee In annual ses sion in ludianapolie thito morniag. Mauy distinguished lavalliere are already in attendauce. , ' ' , The last letter ot the Weigh series le published to-day. It 'Invokes tbe aid Of the law jo convict Delano, Cowen and Smith of criniimil misdemeanor by,vio laiing the' law., , , , , Toting Manlove, charged 'with the kill ing of bis father at 1St. Paul, Indiana, last April, has 'been 'found guilty of man slaughter, and elite aced to ti.ve years in the Penitentiary. , , , ; Henry Trimpe, of Washington,. Ind., already married, committed bigamy by marrylag a widow for her -money. - It turns out that she bad none, and the Brighanitte ran away. '7 Tne Grangers held a big celebration at College Corner, eight miles trom Oxford, on Saturday. Over two thousand people were in'attendance, and several dis tiuguistied Grangers addressed tbe meet ing. f Nothing new in. relation tO the affairs of tbe Bank of Calliornia, except a otate meat by a member ot the byudicate that Michael Hew has become a subscriber to the guarantee fund, to what ainoufitis not stated. ' The creditors of Lee, Shepard & Dill ingham have made an agreement with the tirm to accept seventy cents on tbe dollar, to be paid in three installments, at Six twelve and eighteen months, withou't interest. ' LOCAL NEWS. Den MeV Bronehe Show. , Thinking that a short history of the Drenches and their capture would prove interesting to our readers, we have in terviewed a gentleman connected with the entertainment, who ha kindly fur nished the following: These horses are deseendants of the Andalusian animals that were brought front Spain by the early Spanish cou titterers to Lower California, and until 1854, or thereabout, they were very plentitul, and running la herds like tile mustangs of Texas wall command-. 1 ere and eubollicers, and apparently governed by a -military code of their own. , They are all colors from the purest white to the deepest black and perhaps one-illth of, them spotted. One way of catching them is to build a corral across a canyon which forms one of their run ways. The corral is made of brush, and wings spreading out from the mouth of the cauyou are formed by cuttiug (WWII trees. ,-- - The herd is driven into this corral and the mouth closed, and the hunters lasso the horses at their leisure. Another way is to acrease the spine," which can only be done by a sure shot, as the bullet meet otrike the spiaal column at the back of the neck,throwing the animal and stun ning him for a few moments, during which time he Is so tied that he can not escape. To accoinplish this feat requires "no slouch', of a shot. Another way is to creep up to them or run them down until the hunter gets near eilough to lasso tho animal whica be has selected. ln this way six of the Broaches have been se cured which are now ia Rice'll col lection. Among them are ,Bravo and Bonito, the best trained of any in the collection, aud supposed to be twins; as they wore of the same size and general appear ance, and were always together in the herd. Then comes the taming and trainang them, and that requires years of pa tience, forbearance and familiarity, for it is quite a different thing than training a ,thoroughbred or a horse that is laminar with civii:zation. We could go on with all the arduous duties and patieuce of thq trainer, but space will not permit, and we would ad vise all who wish to see a really meritorious entertainment to see this great Bronchi) show, as the price of admission is very Low, and there are good music, comfortable seats, every thing in tip-top order, and the Colonel will be on hand to welcome all lib() may favor him with a call. veto Cuttings. Martin McLaughlin, a laborer on the Southern railway, some time ago 'met with an accident by the caving in of an embankment under which' he was work ing, and sustained severe injuries'.' On Saturday he filed a suit in the Clerk's office for $10,0e0 damages against Hugh Campbell, the contrador, who, he claims, through his foreman, Mr. Scully, ordered him to work beneath this em bankment, and that through his negli genoe he met with the above accident. Samuel Fosdick, Saturday, brought a suit against J. P. Kilbreth to enforce the performance el a contract relative tO the reconveyance of a tract of land in g.teen's couuty, N. Y. It is alleged that la January, 1812, defendant sold and agreed to convey to J. H. HeiA'8011 the land for $33,000; tbat Hewson sold one halt' his interest to plaintif4 net Kit breth afterwards desired to repurchase the property, and a contract VMS en tered into tor a reconveyance ; that plain tiff duly executed a deed la pursuance of the contract, but deleudant refused to receive it and pay the consideration. Plaintiff asks it Judgment for $20,000, aud intereet at seven per cent. ,t , -, Yhq Big ,rire Yesterday. - : An alarm of fire was given about half past six o'clock yeaterday morning from, the corner of Main and Pearl' streets. The Fire pepartment immediately ar rived:and discogered ,the conflagration of Barber &Stout's Globe tobaoco house, on Main street, below Second. The tire was originally discovered by a guest at the Mattison -House, who saw the heavy sinoke ascending trom the above build ing. :The iron shutters of the fourth and INA stories, were reci hot, which led to the belief that the lire started iu the up per portion or the bou,ie. The lirenteu could wow water into tne building only through tile trent, as the back wiudows were seourely barred and could nal be opened. The tiro gained such fearful headway that the roof and doers soon tell in. After the tire had been extinguished it was found that the Bids wall of Galway & Semple's stove store on the north hail prangs, big ciack and a huge gap threat ened the building. The wall stood out several inches. The building oocupied by Freiberg & Workum, and whieh con- , tains over three' thousand barrels of ' whisky, is in a dangerous predicament. ' if the north wall fallsthe whole side will be stove in and the building com- - Octal destroyed., , , , Messrs. Barba& Stout estimate their , loss as follows: On hultdiag,total Was,- $18,000 to $20,000; on machinery worth . $10000, $12,000; on stock, from $40,000 to $50,000. Total from $10,000 to , $80,000. Their insurance was placed by Murdock & Hobbs of this city, And .is distributed as follows: ,, , : '7' On StookFarmers' and Drovers' Louisville, $2,500, People's, Memphis, $1,500; Brewers', ' Milwaukee, - $1,500; t AMHZ011, Cincinnati, $1,500; Melville, New Jersey, $1$500; Farmers', York, Pa., $3,504 ,Allemania, Pittsburg, $3,000; Hi- t hernia Cleveland,. $2,500i Cincinnati, $2,500;'Globe, Cincin nail, 0,500; Lances ler, Pa., $2,500: Rochester, Now York, $930; Rochester Gerinall COM. , pithy, 000; Mutual,,,Cincinnati, Total, $32,000. On Machinery --.PeoPle's. Memphis, KM; Brewersy Milwankea, $1,000; Amazon, Cinointiati, $1,000; Melville, Pennsylvania, $1,000; Rochester, New ' York, $000; Rechester German Insurance ; Cotnpany, WO; Merchants' insurance Company, Newark, N. J., $2,500; Hart- , ford Steam-boiler Insurance Company $2,000. Total,$9,500. ' Oa BuildingFarmersr-and Drovers' Louisville, $8,000; UlaY, Newport, Ky.; $3,000; Nicho as, New York, $3,004 k'ranklia,'Columints, $3,0J0. 'fetal, 412,- 000. ', LATEST LOCAL. CRARLES GOLDBERG,' a 00111MISS1011 chant at No. 4.111 West Filth street., to-day made an assigument to John S. Conaer for the benefit of hie oreditors. , . ' 4 DAVID HURST and William Field were In carcerated in the County Jail to-day on the t. - charge of burglaryklieged to:have been COID-: mined mule premises of Michael, Dooley, in. 4. Glendale. Primes Alexander was also de- tamed in bonds of 000 as a principal witness for the state. : ) Juinix Cox to-day overruled the motion for a writ of error in the lottery cases of George. Hodges, Tilos. Buchanan, D. W. Dougherty, John Bold, Georg,' Fry and Joseph who were recently convieted in the Police Court of aiding as vendors In a scheme of' chance commonly known as polic5r. The de- fondants took exzeptions to the ruling of the - Court. CHAS. P. CURTIS has pleaded guilty to em. bezzling $1,500 from the. Pullman Palette Car Company, a iti was remanded to Jail to await sentence. George Wilson, charged with steal.. lug a lot of pig iron. Irina the Piwiro- Lauding, was dismissed for want of prosecution. John How was convicted ' of but glary committed in 1870, , and wassentA3nced to tea days in the Work house anti costs of prosecution. In 1810 he- - made his eiscape from Jail anti was recently re- , captured. ON 'ORAVGE to-d7, Mr. S. V. 11.3i0 mounted the rostrum 1111(1 sal oue of tile Commissioners : of the Expoiltion, apviated by that body, de- sired him to ann- mice to the members, that by' application to hinpelf or at the Secretary's office, 'nowhere can. obtain Matchants and manufactuiers Tickets in packaos of fifty or more. Thus tickete will sold at regular rates of '25 cents, but the card of the eurch-tser will be printed on the back without extra wet. President Holloway recommended the plan as an excellent way of ativerising and coats 4, mended it members of th.: Chamber. WOMEN'S CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE . 'hey Give Slip000 lor the WOMON'a ing at Philadelphia. , . The Women'a Centennial Executive Coin. mittee of Cincinnati, held their first meeting since last June, in the rooms of the T. IL C. A. to-day, Mrs. A. F. Perry presiding. Mrs. N. McLean acted as Secretary. The Treasurer submitted a report that a bat- anee of $'1,0i0 still existed in the treasury. lite report was accented and on motion of Mrs. A. ' D. Bullock. it was ordered that 0,001 be tor.. warded to Philadelphia. as a free gift for the benefit of the new budding, for the displarot Woman's Work. The Finance Committee was ordered to con fer with the State Committee in regard to tho best means of forwarding the above $5,000. Tile meeting then adjourned to the first Tuesday la Getober at kti o'clock in the after- ' 110011 - gliao 2'etivis ti Trouble. Hem Nelson and William Smith were ar reigned before Judge Lintlemail this morn ing, the former charged with the larceny of a hat belonging, to John Henry Lewis, and the latter with having received it They were both oismissed. Lewis had been kept in the cell as , a witnes anti was let o:It this morphia.. No sooner WM lie set free than he went into the Clerk's office and swore out a warrant for , the arrest ot Major Travis, tile cotored bar rister of Cincinnati. Lewis Saes that the Major "(Baby take pretenses ob ail' from hint certain money, to the amount of three dollars, with intent 'to cheat and deliatul him." Travis is said to have obtained the three dollars from Lewis, who bad been detained as a witnees, but whom, Travis, it is said, told ' that lie was under arrag for criminal cotiduct., The Major was to have the money. and for that sum would clear him, LOMS. in the trial this morning. Lewis' oyes were opened this morning when he found no charge against him, aud immediately caus2d-the Major's arrest. Travis was arrested by Uapta n W eish, anti thus a member of the Ohio Bar was incarcer ated; but not long, for kir. Gregory went his bond in the iiiim $300. The glorious berth-. ter will to-morrow be arraigned before Jedge. Lindeman, whoa he eau explain the alleged disgraceful accusation, , - , , ; . Meeting of the Fork rockers. x Pork PaAers Associatioit met this, morning at o'elock at the rooms ot the As- - iodation, Presid2tit Cunningham in the chair.: 'The minutes of the previous meeting, being read and approved, the comaiittee appointed. , by the A ssoo:ation to represent the Pork Pack., ers iu the Expositioa then submitted their re port, which was accepted; Mt hills of the coin-1 : mittee ordered paid, and all their actions hear., tily indorsed. The recommendation of the ' committee, that the - Association De repro- t sented in the klentenuial, -was discussed ae, length, and upon motion it wits finally agreed uuaulmously that our ci'ty ehould be so repre-,; , sented by them. f . :- The alTang .ment of the display wet trussed to a conimitiee, cons,stitig of the pras..1 eat B mrd of ollicers, Messrs, Briggs, Culla mg. ham, William Henry, Davis and Sidney D.' Maxwell, delegating to them the power to fill vacauchia. , , Mr. Ireland, of the Expesition Committ2e, offerud the following yesollitions; , , Whertits.1 The pork display tu the Sixth dustrial Exposition, now in progres's, watt made by and in the name of this eeeoelatiew for dieplay and exhibition only; therefore, . - Resolved, that this association request the Commi-sioners of the Exposition not to, mak any examtuavon of any part of sant display for. award of any kiwi. , The resolution was adopted. ' : ' - A coinulittee was then aimointed to select the mimeo of candidates for the Moe of Fixed. dent, V ice Presidentetiecretary, sif toe ao.. sociatiou awl report at, the next mooting. to be held at le o'clock Friony moruing. tiolubleert !tett, ert Kirby. fit. Zeigler, John MArresan. - The invitation of the Pork Pitektri; Colleen. Nom tobe hobt in St. Louis Octoberlatli, Wei membeis of Vie Cluchuati Associat.on im present, WU read and accepted. The meetieg then adjeurnal to meet al the same plow iVOIÀ fridity next at le O'clOcii4 Mlik