Newspaper Page Text
fHE DAILY STAR
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 Jro6jMy clear th next 24 hours. ; LOCAL BREVITIES. Bbhator Morton Is stoppiog at the rand Hotel. ; ' Kits. Margaret A. Lowry nreaohed twtoe at the Grand Opera-house yester day. -,... ' Th Baltimore and Ohio railroad Is pinning regularly an oyster express train (Adams). ,., Another lot of rare animals for tbe Boologioal Garden will arrive per ateamer this week, . . . .. . Tbb Keutueky Commissioners of the- muoago a Boutn Atlantic railroad meet at the Grand Hotel to-morrow. Bom. Carl Sghurz Is to speak in this tty on .Monday evening, September 27th, oa the finanoiai issues of the oampaign. Work has been oommenced on the Cln oiBoati & Westwood Narrow Gauge rail pad. It is expected that the road will be completed by January 1st. Dkputy Ebcordkr Albert William dm has recovered from his reoeut se vere illness, and is ngain attending to tb business of his office. - Ahdrew Strono, Esq., the genial and Well-known young barkeeper, of this eJty, has left for tbe suburbs, where he will remain, attending to the business of Alderman Brauneis, on tbe Carthage pike, assisted by Mr. Chas. Herrmann. Th Gas Company last evening dis . ployed an illuminated view of the Expo sition buildings. It is composed of about 8.000 gas jets of various sizes and is six feet high and ten feet long. Over it is , In large Jotters, "6la Cincinnati Indus Ifciat Exposition." Mary Ann Malxy and Annie Hag. wuio uerk3u veeveraay iqt roping man into the.r den on Sycamore street near Third, and robbing him of six dol lars, la tee Police Court this morning ; was uumiuw)u nun sentenced to the Wort-house tar tblrty days and mow, Annie was dismissed. Thm marriage of Mr. Fred. Wm. Lud wig, ot Newport, to Mrs. Mary Zeigler, president of the St. Monioa'e Ladies' society, oi ttiis city, is announced to take piaoe at Bt. JLud wig's Cathollo Church, on Walnut and Seventh streets, to-morrow. The ceremonies will be con- Buotea by ilev. father Windthorst. Thomas Burns, a young lad, on Sat urday night, snatched a money box. ontaining 7 60, from the fruit stand of prs. iiaweette, corner of Fifth and Main streets. He plead guilty to the marge, in (he roiice Court this morning, but, desiring some testimony to show feia former good character, hud bis case sonunueu tin to-morrow morning. Hey. Earl Cranston vesterdav tared upon his labors as pastor oi Trinity H. JC. Churoh. The consecution was rery large, and the sermons of boih af ternoon ana evening powerlul and at tractive. Mr. Cranston's popularity as speaker and worker had preceded his tdvent here, and it only needed yester- ayn Deriuuua iu convince nis ooiigregn Don that he was well worthy of the Cwaras tnus Destowea upon him. A igbly successful future may be readily y.DU (VI v KX 11J Ullil 111 The Licking Elver Amateur Scullers in baturuay drew a large crowd to wit boss the race. The following were the tonlestants: Joseph E. Franklin, Wm, Btelnbeim, Eoss Hauser and Henry Ban toaun. Franklin took the lead, followed to Steiuhoim. Hauser was third and Baumann last, who gave up the raoe be ipre ne naa gone over the course. jrranKiin won in ia:uo; The Cincinnati Junior Boating Club did tbe tine thing la rowing the reporters over the course In their handsome boat, "Centennial." Tbb Cincinnati Division, No. 2, Sons . af Temperance, bave elected the follow ing officers for the ensuing term : Kichard Ilingson, W. P.; Miss Jennie Wainrieht, W.A.j Miss Mary Farley, L. L.; J. H. Keithly, B. 8.; Miss Fannie Farley, A. K.8.; N.C. Dennett, F.S.; Dr. A. Berry, Treasurer; Charles &. Tilghman, Con.; Mrs. Annie M. Hingson, A. Con.; Geo. Wm. Bailey, 1. 8.: Tnos. B. Robertson, tt. S.j Miss Ida i'ilgliman, L. P.; Miss Alio A. Day, L. F.; Charles Graham, fcam, Chap.; Willi's C. Hall, P, W. 1. A dklkgation from this city started tor Indianapolis Ibis morning to attend the annual session of the Bight Worthy Brand Lodge, 1. O. 0. F., ot the U.S., at sua piuue. mo representatives irom nio are, irom tne uraud Lodge. John Bell and John W. Carter, of Olnrdn. iktii and from the Grand Enoamnment U II LI .,. A v.. ........ . nee. of Cincinnati. The eiand naia.ir the Order takes place nest Mi-dues, y, and Cincinnati will send a I arm. sxcursion party who will leave hero at u'uioon vu mat uay, Tbk following prisoners tfere arraign id in tbe Criminal Court tin a Chas. Denbam, indicted for embezzling tUOna Irom Wm. Gleuuy A Co., pleaded aol guilty ; Lewis Battles entered a plea f nut guilty to cutting one John Ed Wards; Thomas Johnson, Jr., Jos. Both, Bnry Williams and A. A. Jfiister, joint ly xuuioieu tur awaiiog property valued at (160 Irom John Arorgau,each entered a ptea oi not guiuy ; jars. a. jtLetz.charged with keeping a brothel on Main street, Bear Beveutu, pleaded guilty, and had oar case oouuuueu until next Monday. In tbe mean time she was ordered to va cate we premises. of fcolishucss, but of a very adolusoeut. infantile, oalflsh variety of that offense. suon as no one eould endure to think nimseu guilty or. xt would be better In popular admiration to be thought ignor. ant, or Insensible, or even stupid, than M live for an instant undnr thn in.ni. Oion Of "srushinir." Words r tent things, and there ia anarnnlv a. wlv- tue that would not Runmimh t ru nnwa .Innrnol r DRBBS GOODS, Ao. Homage Hceniet. The following niarrlajie lloenaoa war sued sinoeonr last roport: Andrew Tnfch And fHrAinr,m Herman Bohuukman and M. A. Faniriiian. GOO. ilermiLllll Ami .Intia v....u Jason Upp and Solvana Estes. JoUa Kilijiis and A. M. Dlrr. W. Aloxauaer and J. A. Matthews. 1 Patrick Uefforn and M. G annoy. , UiriBtian Michel and Mary Hausser. Mickaul Utti k and Rosa llurk. Martin Lawless aud Margaret Kilkenoy. Janics Uarr and Olive I. Suvder. , John Murphy aud Rosa Quiiio. SOT FOUND. Physicians and thousands nt iiHn persons, who have la their homos, for the last t "f""" iiniuiiiiji, Linger, Al mond, Lemon, etc, have found no hm tf nl sub. winces in tiicir composition. Parties nelnir them oau depend upon obtaining Just what they wish, and are surprised, on the first trial to And how vastlv stiuerior thftv tn t.hi kinds previously mod. Pay a few cents more i i 7 , no ui. xnoo s DIMD. aaouisii-seiitenibcj IB. 1R7K rt . n Pk" di"ea; Frederick Hnodol, born - J I, .on. uuera irom tne house of his son-in.lnw. DBiininier, mo. 1U -Mrowno street. at S P. M. Friends are In- Mr, September Ut viteu. It SOCIETT NOTICES. T O. O. F.' Odd-fellows' Proteutivn jL tion Assessment due on death of liroHier uuinuaui iuvm, OI 14V. ma-am a w g. D. SMITH, Sen'y. NOTICES. Rubber Stamps, at 201 Race nt. jyn-tt FKANK LORENTZ, P. , lAbAijHtt in ledmont W. Va. Bituminous CoaL Coke. Hour, Feed, Wood, aud, Lime, CcmenS Plaster. Firo Urick, Clay. Chimney 'ons? J . le' &0- Offioe m WeBt Second i wiumu avenue. seo-IitM E-OIEIViJVGr OF OUR DISPLAY OF French Dress Goods, Paris Costumes, , Winter Shawls, Cloaks, Dress Trimmings, ' Neck Ties, Boudier Kid Gloves Sash Ribbons, Fancy Goods, Elambarg Edgings, : . Cloaking Velvets, Cloaking Cloths, Trimming Velvets, MATALLASSE, Etc., Is simply grand, representing the best and most fashionable manufacturers of too world. Our elegant and praot leal Styles of OOSTU ME S Will give customers the exact ideas they need in their soleotion of materials and styles for UlOJUUg up. ' Mrs. FITHEAN, Miss ISA VI, and Miss OSBORN i nun. ssimi bid iiuw reuuy tur tntj mn Iuitwburo vi ncauiDir a to tiBaeaua, mreniog, JUunor aud Strwt iJoatunaos at shorteat possi- 010 notice FAfIILY MOURNING will recoivo prompt and marked attention. wo oiure or iiuiuub oi our customers. MOURNING AND BLACK DRESS GOODS UNDERWEAR. WARM UNDERWEAR, -FOB AT AUCTION. AMUSEMENTS. LARGE SALE LADIES, GENTLEMEN and CHILDREN IN , Merino, Silk, Woolen, Flannel, Canton Flannel, Ac., ill WEIGHTS AND SIZES. PRICES AEE VERY LOW. WARM -ALSO HOSIERY, -FOtt Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, -IN- Ta T) 1,1 ji t;ii t. lAra selected with sreat care, as to shade and OVV DUIHUUrUlH UliiiarU ilOOm. 4alil? are from the looms ot the best Ia"eire0del0d Mwi to latest style. ftosRcACBIMIBH ALEXANDRA BLACK SILKS, UKXEIC I.UIVCH at 8 P.M., Sept Hst JOE Invites all friends and the public to call vu MIH1 u lv J. tUUi Blu - It 13. r JK P V A. K , MANUFACTURER OF Saddles Harness, Collars. &c, o xiaei xirta at., Our own importation, warranted not to Just received. cut, No. del8-ly,F,MAW CINCINNATI, O. Gr. W. IIA-liJUIS, Manufacturer of Mattresses aud Seddinxr Actu AJlAl.l5lt IN WOVEN WIRE AND all the New Style Snrinir Bed Bottoms. No. lw W. fifth sk. Cinciunati O. deya.iTFM..w Lewis . & Livingston, 118 and 120 West Fourth ' Importers and manufacturers. it PIANOS AND ORGANS. NOTICE. 'luii uLnKitij!;u nos been duly ao- a. Dulntea and aim ifipd na Aa.io-naar lTAn-n O'ten. Creditors will present their claims at iiu. u irurer bucbi, vincinnatl, onio. J.'ltIl.lIJ UEIEB. Hilpsbbant AND Bother, Attorneys. sol8-8tM. Vienna Exposition. GEORGE 6TECK & CO. HAVE J awarded ine niirliest nriza above all com. etltors. the Grand Gold Medal, 'tor Superiority in Grand, bqnara and Upright I'ia- no-lortes. tor Bale only by ALBERT KRELL. So4-lm S. W. cor. Fourth and Klin streets. BEEN MERINO, CASHMERE, , FLEECE -LINED, SILK, WOOLEN, &c, Including all the Newest and Host Beautiful Novelties in Fancy Styles. The largest Variety, Uie Best Goods and the Lowest Frloes i In the Market John Shillito & vCo., 191, 103 and 105 West Fourth Street. EMBROIDERIES. THIS, MONDAY; MORNING, SPECIAL SALE OF HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES IN ALL WIDTHS, AT CNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES- STRANGERS and VISITORS are particularly Invited to Examine these Bdr&alnis .EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT. John Shillito & Co., WEST FOURTH STREET. it -OF- VALUABLE PROPERTY! GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. Vlns street, between Fifth and Sixth Sts. i I THE VOICES FAMILY; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday , f venings, Sept. , 2i Rni jw aui . x Wednesday Afternoon. I BELLES OF THE KITCHEK. Friday aud Saturday Kvenlngs, i WKOSQMAN IN TI1E ItlGUX I'LACH. ) BOARD of EDUCATION wood's theater. Rno-mremetitforMx hlsrhts and tvnmiiikL ' commencing MONOAY kwr xftUt ui uie nuuuMaiuuiin , . ; , HAVERLY'S MINSTRFTA I In thorouirh cliangeof pi-ograinine, introdus ing- talented performers, KACII ONB AW Aft riST. EACH AUXIHT A STAB. KAOrf ACT A Sl'WJlAlt'l . They are an attractioa " that HAVK NO KQUAL. Ileiiicniber, t5 Matinees Wednesday aud 8atuiiln ' Next week the great Bnccinn,,!,,- muui u .1 I I nrTb L' k! 1 . BT ORDER OF THB -A.T AUCTION. TUESDAY AFTERNOON Sept. 21st, at2 1-2 o'clock, Will be sold AT AUCTION, on tbe premises, Large Lot on the east side of Burns street, be tween Storrs and Btaeblor streets, being 70 feet (inches front by 67 feet 4 inches more or less In depth, with the two story brick build' ing thereon. .. Also,- at 3 O'clock, Lot on the old Warsaw Road, about 209 feet north of tbe Lower Kiver Road, being 94 feet more or less in front, and 141 feet more or less in depth, aud 74 feet wide in the rear, with street on tbe north side and alley on south side, being a perpetual leasehold subject to a nominal rent. , Also, at 4 O'clock, Lot on Bold-face Itoa l, a short distance smith of the W arsaw Pike, being 60 feet front and 14S feet more or less in depth from the center of said road. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Sept. 22d, at 3 O'clock, The Colored School Lot on Third street, being; 88 feet in front on the north side of Third street, Drama,, ROBINSON'S OPERA-HOUSE, Comer ofMuth and Flura streets, ' , WSNo exlra charire for Riu.,i c. ' General Adnibsion, 50 ' Orchestra Chnlrs..: ' 7S.-3 First three rows In OrchestraClrclo . 75 eontM The eniiueut. Natuial Actor, Mr. ROUER? SloWADh;,aiRJP VAX WIN fcl.hv . by the Dramatic Company of the Uriact Oiiera. house, coiiiiiieucina AlONOAY KviPMiMrT ' Sept. SO, every evenfiiK and Saturday aitornooS ' Secure seaM nt Haw lev's and at llio Opera house without extra cliurse. .. i. MOZART 1IAJL.L. Last three nights of ', CHAS. MAO EVOY'g OHIOIIVAL IIinERIVirnw Tttnrsday, Friday ami Saturday. aturd' jnauuee. Aiimiesion ou anu cents. selo.u ' . NATIONAL THEATER COMIQUR OPKN BVfiltY VKNINQ WITH A flU&t class vaiiuiyeuterUiuiuent. Admission v 9 H. AA nnil A(1 innta. AluMnAita U'aH.ia..I ' d Saturdays. 83c to all parts of the lioasa. ; PANCT GOODS. AT 99c STORE, "PIEKCE KEEPS JEWELRV, 11,. JL visa 1 1.1J WAKE, Hats, Ifooks, Cltromoti, Traveliiiir BairH. BirdCag-es. Croquet, Vase. Dolls, and large variety of Bracket. 80 rOUIVTAIX SQUARE, seli-lm . between Central avonue and John street, and I Ladies admitted fiee every Friday evening,' W feet 8 Inches In depth, with the three story ,au3U-tt , () , ; brick building thereon. . , . Also, at 4 O'clock, ' The east 60 feet of the Biacauian Lot, being 60 feet front on the south side of Fifth street, op posite Mound street, and HOO feet In depth, JLibokoiit House,1 J. M. HAYES & CO., DKALKRS IN Flour, Grain and Mill Feed, No. 21 Water St., Cinciunati. tSyGraln Bags famished to Shippers. We have for sale anrl nn MnAiffnmantuinm uubiicib vuuice iHinnusota, eorasaa and W la- wuuuu opring ana Y inter rv neat. aulu-tf THURSDAY, AFTERNOON, Sept. 23, at 3 O'clock. Lot on East Front street, known as the JUacill Lot, being 100 feet front on tne south side of Bast Front street, and 500 feet more or less in depth to low-water mark of Ohio River. All of tho above property Is In choice locali ties, and offers unusual inducements to specu lators, capitalists and thoso seeking safe and profitable investments. Title guaranteed. All of the above sales to be subject to the approval oi the Board of Education. Terms of sale One -third cash, balance in one and two years, with interest at 0 porcent., Secured by mortgage on the premises. A. O. HORTOIV, 6H Went Third street; OEO. F. OTEYERS & CO., 64 West Third street; JOHN H. LOUD, 116 Vine street, el8-St AUCTIONEERS. FREE CONCERT KVEKY AFTERNOON ' AND EVEMM BY TIIK CELEBRATED f HESSIAN OAND. Prof. J. Weiffcnbach. the celebrated rlmm- mer who performs on sixteen drums, will as- , sist the band evcrv altui uoon mid evening. 1UANK IIAIlt t , l'lOurictOE. auxB-S.M&W-tr LUDLOW B. B. PARK HARTFORDS vs. - . ; . LUD LOWS, TUESDAY, 21st, at 3 P. M. BUSERVED SEATS FOR LADIE8. Every one should see this ornmn. nn th ono was so close, 6 to 4 in favor of Ludlow. It RESTAURANTS CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION. C1IA3IP'S PIjADFL Saloon and Rottuurant I OPEN II A V A K II tiz tl't' OLIVER C'HAmPEIN. Pronritr. No. 36 Ka-rt Fifth street, Cincinnati Ohio. HfoF" Furnished . llruim. urhh nr ihn. Board. ., sefi-Mtf AC i-ION BALE. GRAND CINCINNATI EXPOSITION OPEN Mr. Alfred White XroUXD present hiscomnlimenta to Ladiki v V and Ukntlsubn, and be happy to bavo and the " Angel Gabriel," now being sculp- liUAV.l (.11 IK. IIMIIilB, N. SST West Fifth Street. dedl-ly FROM 8 A. M. TO 10 P. M.t EVERY, DAY. COMPLETE EVERY DEPARTMENT. By J. lSeuckeiiKtein & Co., ; B. E. Cor. Pearl aud W alnut sts. . , ; Third Fall Trade Ss'e of Boots and Shoe " BY CATALOGUE, ' ' TTJE8DAT 110RIN(1 nnil A WTBRwnnw eeptember SlBt. Sale hegins at 9X A. M. anl 1 1 k O'clock P. M Thl linn nmnrlla. . ' Iulete assortment of Boots and Shtes, Phila delphia, City and Eastern, all regular an4 WArr&ut6cL J. BKNCKEH8TEIN ft CO., . . Auctioneers. SAMARITAN NERVINE TONIC ELIXIR. Is a sure cure for Eoilentic Fits. Soasuia I sand Convulsions. It has been tested by thou-1 ands and has never been known to fail Id a I single case. Trial package tree. Inclose stamp I oruirciiiHT.-'. invina evidence ux cures. An dreas, Da. S. A. Klt-tlMUND, Box 741 St. Jo- sepn, juo. ' seis-tf Special Attractions' for Each Day This Week, FURNISHING- GOODS. Tbe following are the prominent arrival! at kaQibson House: r. Fawdon Vokes, Mr. Fred. Yokes, Hiss geaaia Vokes, Miss ltosina Vukes, Miss Vioto- u iulw, oixB, fiDitiB, iAiuioD. jungiano: J. .Smith, Brooklyn, K. .: Haverly's Mlu- Hv.xiew 101a; jrniiaueipnia it. it. U: w. "nnnje'ioaD-jusay; jKuoerc McWade, Sow form-, ai. ucopuia. now iorjt; is. jj. Smith, taieni, la ; L. max aud wife, JS ashville, Tenn. : Ionia, Mo.; J. J. button, Arkansas; F. JE. Her toan, Buringlield, U. ; .lames I. Lyman, Louis ille. Ky.; John W. Jackson,- Louisville, Ky.: O. Cloil and wife,' Catlettsburg; J. Parson. Wm II. Ik. Lf u 1 . . I , I l. : I I . 1 .V . ' Balm, Mew fork; H. Bumper, Louisville, Ky. : 1L f. Morgan, Cynthiana, Ky. 7 Tie now general use of the word "gushing," aa a sneer for sentiment and Mttoaiasm, ia of aufficient significance sa warrant a moment's attention. Tho lam waa first employed for ail exoea pive expressions ol admiration or appre ciation, but is now applied to every body Who. for a moment, permits warm feel tsg to enter into iii judgment oi men or things. In its now popular use it Illus trates the spread and diffusion of that spirit of nil admlrarl which holds Itself aloof from the impulses and natural de pghtsoi the humau heart. It stigmatizes ger ana Hearty sympathy as weakness, Ruerous appreciation, a term ir calculated to repress-Impulse and courage a spirit of captious fault-finding eould soaroelv be invented. No laaa's courage could long endure the ad flee of "not to gush." Mo enthusiasm tMld survive many repetitious of this Uange into what we may venture to (ail a lingual oold bath. To be accused U "gusniug" is to be accused uot mereli I The Great Modern Discover t rt. inoftnis) svitrp of taii 17 Wliu tnerry and Horsconna Cures consumption and sulttinz of blood. Core btoncbitis, asthma, ca'airh and t lungs, Cacei Coughs, colds, hoarseness and all throat UllUCUlblUS. Never fails in whooninor coos-h or cronn. Strengthens tho voices of speaaors and To- cansu. Ask your druggist for it, and take no substi tute. J. D. PARK 4c SONS Fourth and Wal nut sts., Cincinnati, O., Oemiral Agents. Ues-lw-Jel-W".'4M-lyl HOTELS. ! S HI R Reil'sDining Rooms SEWING MACHINES. Cincinnati Type Foundry. Co. C. WELLS, Treasurer, 201 VIME 8TKET, " lift- Tbe type for this paper comes iromiauitisorri rtAEPlSTlCR'8 MANUAI A nrantiiral j guide to use of all tools and all operations of tho trade; also drawing for carpenters, iorma oi contracts, specincations. plans. Ac with plain Instructions for beginners, and full glossary of t'rms used in trade. Illustrated. SO cents, of booksellers, or by mail. JKSSE HANKY CO., lit Nassau street, New York. aui-axw,ni NORTH BALTIMORE! MARYLAND'S TEMPERANCE JiUJRNAT. Ths aAicieat TamneraDAa KawKuiMr at thm 'iiinesi Btvory issue nrimiui oc narR. linar Hnnaor and Brilliant HaTinaral Contains Temperance News from all sec tions of th United Stati-a. -Original and Choice Selected Stories, Monthlv-onlv fort freel Address Lafayette Stewart. Eaitor, 1U . HMVMMH? 8XM BALTI- awita. aus. i auiv-asw,K Poetrr, etc.. etc. tr ceoti a year. Specimen HE PEOPLE'S LEDGER" tains no continued stories, 8 large pasroa, columns ot choice miscellaneous reading matter evory week, together with articles from no pens oi suon weii-xnown wricurt as M Aa BY, OLIVER OPTIC, SYLVANUS COBB, Jr.. MISS ALCOTT. WILL CARLTOH. J. t! TROWURIDOJi, MARK TWAIK, Ac - I WILL SEND tub dpadi ua t unnPD auu . liiviuug jjiwuuiv - r To any address every week for three months, on trial, on re ceipt of only 50 CENTS. "The Peoola't Lsdcer" Is an nlii miiMuu and reliable weekly paper, published every Saturday, and Is very popular tnrouKoooi the N. X. and Middle States. Address, HEBSUXN K. CUETIS, Publisher, llQStIJgjaaBSj. TO ORDER. FROM MEDIUM TO FINEST GRADES. FULL LINES IN STOCK, Of our own Manufacture. WILSON BROS., 79 Fonrth Street. CINCINNATI, (PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE). And Xos. and e Waehinctoa St., Chicago MILLINERY, Mrs.Wrn. M.Richardson ; -WILL HAVE A Fall & Winter Opening Ia,ris Millinery, WEDNESDAY, September 22, 1875. IVo. 103 West Fourth St. NO CARDS. sol8-4t LEGAL. JN ATTACHMENT. J. H. rTeston Ys. S. 3. I Fietcher.Uefore E. Oiliigan, , P. of Cin cinnati township, Hamilton coonty. Ohio, on .H AO. WT v. ovuKjuiuur, A. A, 1VIO, BSlO UBS- i.ifM iMtlMI A . . L - 1 aotlon tax the sum of Two Hundred and Twen- d. raivii. namtiir. CTKCIHMATI, Sept. 18, 1675. sel8-3tM TAISTEICT COURT OF THE UNITED J STATES, Southern District of Ohio. In Bankruptcy No. 1,693. In the matter of Aiwx uouiiriiin. 1UQ creaitoTS or said bankrupt are notified that he has filed his pvMuun in uus Mntrc p charge from all bts & "hotel ON THE BUROPH AN PLAN REID'S BUILDINGS, No. 181 West Fourth Street. TATE WOULD BE PLEASED TO HAVE i v a i ouririenas cau ana see our handsome establishment, a true copy of the lamous Hoff mS.Pouset0' Ncw YotlLi which is famous for its Dining Rooms. se:8-lm,S,MAW BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ALFRED WAHREN, BOOKSLL R AND STATIONER, m central av;, and 8TI W. Sixth St. Medical and Scientific Works, senooi ana College Text Books, Blank Books, Invoice Books, Scrap Books, vrrcinr rapers, envelopes, Drawing Papers, - AutbuciuMMTOi inscrumenESi uoia jfens. Penknives, and a Full Stook of French's Standard Dramas. - - - tau7-HTuATh-tr PIANOS. petition in this Court praying far a Jlnal dis irom au on deocs provable in bank ruptcy, and said creditors arc required to ap- pear before me at my office. No. street, Cincinnati, on the SOth da I Eiist Third ber, 18, at 10 o'clock A. and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said peti tion should not be granted. aaiea vuouinan, oepteraoer o, ino. FLAMEN BALL, SO-3tM Heglster in Bankruptcy. U. S. PIANO CO. 8SOO. It OOSts less than rnaofl to mbA an. aowi Piano sold through agents, all of whom make iw per cent. prom, we nave no airenta but ship direct to families at factory price. Yi 6 make only one style, and have but one rlce-t2HO net cash, with no discount to eaiers or commissions to tAARhAm. iiur lum ber is thoroughly seasoned our oases are Doable Veneered with Bosowood have front ronnd corners, seroentlno bottom and carved lees. We use the full iron plate with overstrung bass French Grand Action wltn top dampers, and our keys are Af the best ivory, with ivory fronts. Our piano has 1f octaves is S feet 0 inches long, 8 feet 4 Inches wide, and weighs, boxed, 5J pounds. Every Piano Is fully warranted for live years. Send for il lustrated circular, in which we refer to over i.uuu jjaoKers, juercnants, 6c., (somo of whom you may know), ueinc our Pianos in 47 States and Territories. Please state where you saw this notice. U. S. PIANO GO., 810 BROADWAY, N. I. (au4-8m,WFM,&littw.lSl FINANCIAL. LEA, STERRETT & CO. . . n irm w n r If yOU Want anything ad- 8 Weat thira Street, Cincinnati. yertis ia the Daily StaPaJgSSS, NEW WILLCOX & GIBBS AUTOMATIC TENSION SILENT SEWING MACHINE. Eemoves all difficulties in machine sewing. Mew Patent Automatic Tension New Patent mi-wm u.ucjt eaurcij new f eatures. Ext. Oarnia, . . . , (Sir Franola Bandolph's process.) Prot, Oxalate Iron, . , Alkaloids of Cinchona, , , Pepsin Baooharated, . . Khei Turk, . . ... Ill 81. B 1. m Call and examine at Salesroom of ' WILLCOX & GIBBS S. M.Co. 171 W. Fourth Street! 1 " sel8-lSt)M,WF,selo-4tW ' VENEERS, LUMBER, &o. 1IUO U SIIIELS & CO., Manufacturers of Veneers AMD CABINET MAKERS' LUMBER, S.E. Cor. John and Augusta Sts., ' Between Columbia and Front, CINCINNATI, OHIO. sels-at ' ' - MILLINERY GOODS. el-HmW,Fil-Som Wholesale Millinery DEVOU & CO.. t87 Raoe 8(. OPKN TO-DAY New Straw floods. Elegant Flowers, Ril'bons, Laces, &e. Sr" Large line of Trimmed Goods. DEVOU ft CO.. myaO-Bm-dAw PARTIES wanting information aboos Georcla nr FlnriilA. should siibsorlbc lor ttie Mojininu Nkws, pub lished at Savannah, Oa.; -Daily, S10; Weokly. . W per annum. Advertisers dosiring customers in these Statos, should use Its columns. It is ithe best paper in the Southeast. Speclmea copies sont on receipt of 5 cents. Address H. ESTILL, Savannah, Qa. SUBSCRIBE ! SUBSCRIBE!! , ' - ' FOB THIS "Fat Contributor's" . Paper!-. - i Now is the time to subscribe for the : CINCINNATrSATDRDAj),iGiTn! "FAT CONTRIBUTOR," Editor. The Best Litoraf y and Humorous Family Jons-. i nal i'bblislied in America. SBBSBIPTI0N................2 a rnf ' Postage Paid by the Publisher. , " .- Each subscriber from and after thm rtA win : receive asaglft a mairoidceutenKravlnr, 19iM incbos, from the celebrated oil paintini at t Buiicaox. entitled . THE LANDSCAPE STUDY. it represents a beautiful forest soene, and a rvuUM ii.iiuiii. ut:ucai,u a tree matins love to a oov vounir i-omitrv u-irl l.,,,!n 3 neighboring hedge. The engravinir ia on heav? : isie paper, suitable for framing, and will 1 arm an ornament to any home. It will be sent I brouah the nofit-Afttr.n. snfi.iv . L . subscriber who sends 1 WO DOLLARS toT . A. MINER GRISWOLD.7 -. , PUBLISHER OF SATURDAY NIGHT, : t ' P. O. Box 1885. ' '- Cincinnati, Ohio. . . del.r - .. . . ..