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D eon ' t'ain Oft! fp0, S TH ',AN 'AN TO liN R Wit - OE , 9 oi r( eh - Pe Of CA ON fl 1 a ) DRIVING PARIL 'GREAT RACING EVENT OPENING OF CHESTER, DRIVING PARK, CINCINNATI, omo. PRIVIIUMS2 $202000. - ' On Tuesday, October 8,. , Will oecur the Racing Event of the year PIE She OPENING OF CHESTER DRIVING PARK. Cincinnati, Ohio. The Track itself, ' ' with its perfect form, elegant Stands and beau tiful scenic surmundings, is pmnotineAfd by all She FINEST AND BES r APPOINTED RACE TitAcK IN THE WEST, and the attraetions of the Inaugural Meeting, October 5th9 Oth9 7th and Sth9 Eclipse anything of the kind ever offered in the Mississippi Valley. The most noted Horses, North, South, East and West are entered in She Raees, and there will be close contests and fast time. . LOOK AT THE ENTRIES! :FIRST ATTuesday, loci. 5. Purse $192009 for horses that have :never beaten 3 minutes; $600 to first. $300 to second, $180 to third, - 1120 to fourth. , 1. W. F. Buckner, Hopkinsville, Ky., enters b.& Little Boy. 2. Igalle Wooten, Chicago, III., enters & g. J. I.Kock. - & L. G. Delano, Chillicothe, O., enters b. L Dream. 4. Owner. Cincinnati, O., enters b. Ir. Cadiz. - b. M. Bowerman, Boone county, Ky., enters b.g. Empire. ft Benj. Maee, New York City, enters a. m. Countess. 'I. Gee. A. Baker, Cleveland, O., enters b. m. Alberta. s. Purse1290009 for horses that have never beaten 2:301 $19000 to first, $500 to second, 1$300 to third, $200 to fourth. J. Owner, Cleveland, O., enters 4. g. Jere Minh. r. J. &Williams, Toledo, O., enters b. g. Tom Britton. & Geo. A. Baker, Cleveland, O., enters b. g. Calmer. & W. 8. Brown, Steubenville. O., entire b. m. Bay Debi& . b. J.W. Jacobs, Plano, M., enters b. g. Weber. RUNNING RACE, PUI1SE- 6500. nide heats) 6300 to first, $150 to second, $50 to third. SECOND DAY--Wednesday9 oct.e. Purse $19500 for horses that have isever beaten 2:15; $750 to first, $350 to second, $250 to third, $150 40 fourth. - 1. W. F. Buckner, Hopkinsville, Ky., enters . bg. Little Boy. - S. John Griffith, Cincinnati, O.. enters b. m. Blacksmith Maid. e & O. W. Dimmick, Cincinnati, O.. enters b. In. Lady K. 1 4. Benj. Mace, New York City, enters ch. IlL C01111t008. I L James Bailey, Hebron, Ky., enters b. & ,Clemout r 6. Joseph Brown, Roehester, N. Y., enters b. M. Nellie. . Purse $29500 for horses that have 'never beaten 2:23' $19350 to first, . $550 to second, $330 to third, $250 to fourth. I. Cliff Porter, Tiffin, O., enters b. m. Kate Campbell. 2. thee. S. Green, Babylon, N. Y., enters cf. g. John W. Hall. . B. II, P. Kelly, Quincy, Ill., enters g. sr. Tan Mer Boy. 4. W. 11.111itchell, Delphos, O., enters b, g. Barry Mitelell. . 6. Benj. Mace, New York City, enter b. m. Nellie Walton. i O. C. B. Hunt, Cincinnati. O., enters br. m. Belot Belle. 11 S. W. II. Wilson, Vynthiana, Ky.. enters & g. tom Brown. t RUNNING RACE, Purse $500, two.. )ssile Dash; $300 to first, $150 to sec. Stud, $30 to third. - THIRD DAlltThursday9 Oct. 7. ' Perm $1,600, tor horses that have never !often 2:6S. WO to first, 850 to second, 1280 to third, 1150 to fourth.. I. James A torry, Cincinnati, O., enters g. E. Gray Bashaw. . & KG. Larlmore, Newark, O., enters & fp Br. Rush. . & M. S. Forbus, Cincinnati, O., enters b. fr. Charles W. Woolley A John Griffith, elneinnatt, O., enters h. g. Anvil, formerly Captain Vincent. ) 0. Benjaniin lime, New York City, enters ob. m. Countess.. . ., it Lewis Benninger, Cincinnati, O., enters br. it. Joe Lawrence. , - I. Lewis Pike, Jackson, Mich., enters IN m. Lizzie Davis. t Purse $3,000, for horses that have never sates 2:22. $1,500 to first, $750 to second, , 1480 to third, 1300 to math. I. David Aluegle, Lexington, Ky., enters b. lia. Bella. 2. Charles q. Green, Babylon, N. Y., inters a g. Thomm L. I oung. V. James Hendrickson, Quincy, Ill., enters fr. m. Lady Stone. , 4. Benjamin Mace, New York City, enters b. p Sensation. 4 6. J. NV. Jacobs9 Plano, Ill., enters ch. g. Ob.- Server. & M. P. Bush, Buffalo, N. Y., enters b. m. Carrie. ) 7. R. Armstrong, Romeo, Mich., enters ch. so. Mollie Morris. 4 b. Jelin Pidgeon. Almont, Mich., enters b. g. rred Hooper. - ', RUNNING RACE, PURSE $600; RUBDLE. 'No miles over eight hurdles; $350 to first, 110150 to second, 1100 to third. FOURTH BAYFriday, October 8. Pune $2,000,for horses that have never beaten . 1:34; $1,000 to the first, 1500 to second, 300 to thirti,IN.0 to fourth. . ' 1. J. 10 . Teazel', Springfield, Ohio, enters h. t. Billy reason. 2. John Call, Cleveland, Ohio, enters b. In. entitle. , , & Frank Boyd, Milwaukee, Wis., enters b. fp Allen. & Kinser & Harvey, Wooster, Ohio, enters '- rg. g. Deception. - L Lewis Pike, Jackson, Mich., enters b. m. 3Lizzle Davis. . A D. P. Shawban, Falmouth, Ind., inters b. so. Phoebe C. 14 Parse $4,060, free to all; $2,000 to first, , 11 000 to second, $000 to third, $400 to fourth. I. thas. S. Green, Babylon, N. Y., enters b. lig. Lucille Gold:lust ft & I enj. Mace, New York City, enters rt. g. IlepefuL . 01 b. Geo. A. Baker, Cleveland, Ohlo, enters 'b. g. General Garfield. BUNNING IRCEPene COO. Nile Heats, e be; Stout first, ;200 to second, 11.00 to th rd. 1 Entries to Running Races ciose at 8 o'clock the night before each day's Races. Running faces will be conducted under Lexington 'Mules. excipt as so entrance, which will be 10 I:rut of purse. 'Three to enter and two to . . During the meeting EXCURSION TICKETS - Om be bitight on all the Railroads leading into . gffincinnati at HALF FARE, and those who at tend the kams may, at the stone time, visit the 'GREAT CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EX :posmoN. ! OPECIAL TRAINS WILL BE RUN TO . THE DRIVING PARK BY THE MARIETTA ',AND CINCINNATI, DAYTON SHORT LINE, 'AND CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DET TON RAILROADS, LEAVING AT I AND '1:30 P. M. TRAINS LEAVE PLUM STREET AND C., 11. ANL) D. RAILROAD nEenTs. nEtnILAn, AssocIATIon POOLS WILL ' HE SOLD, MORNING AND EVENING, AT Van GIBSON HOUSE. AND ON THE WRACK. BY MAJOR C. W. BARKER, COM MENCING THIS EVENING. , The Celebrated CINCINNATI ORCHESTRA, with 30 PER.- rORMERS, under the Leader Chip of Mr. Michael Brand, will - perform a brilliant Park Con cert each day. ex ANNUAL MEMBERS SHOULD CALL FOR THEIR ' TicKETS AT ONOE, EICHEII AT THE OFFICE Ir THE ASSOCIATION, ollisON OUSE, Oa AT THE BLAIN TICKET f SYNE AT TILE TEMA. own 00,, Advertisements in this col. umn 5e per line., No insertions less than 10e. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. NV TANTEDPONYMust be elleap. In V quire at Star 01 Mc front to 1 o'clock. au2641 WANTEDWASHINGHave your white V V rests. shirts, Ste., bieached at the Coun try Laundry, Moe 191 Race at. ovi-tit 1:1WANTED BUY YOUR HATS OF MARTIN. at 4V Filth Au .418-tt rt. N TADto a sort' eerithesa r. Anvil ; co.. ;eat lirtitYatreeet: (.01- W h'86 M-tfl WANTEDU. S. D1SPENSATORYEdl V V tion of 1870 or 1875, Wood it Bache pre. toned. Address Dr. YOUNG, Ironton, Ohio. oc1-8t AANTEDMILLINER Firet-clms, at Urbana, Ohio. e101kde address Mrs. J. llT,A ELL, Post-office box 295, Urbana, Ohio. VITANTED YOU TO KNOWThat B. V V CAV:AUN & SON have a new lot of line Boneless Codihin, anti h splendid line of Woomera jyall-lf A1TANTEDLANDTo exchange good mill property tor land in Kentucky or the Southwest. Address W. LUMMINS, An tioch Mills, Ky. out St WANTEDA SMIrffIn a coasting boat; South all winter. Call on S. B. SIMS, New Richmond, O., or at VI West Sixtli street, Cincinnati, O. it WANTEDBOOKSTo iteep, by an ex perienced boot-keeper who has three hours leisure evely day. Address F. P. FUL LER, Fout-oftice uox ' oc1-3t AANTEDYOU TO CALLAt KELLY'S New Photograph and Ferrotype Colliery, 190 est Fifth street, between Elia and Plum, Cincinnati. Open every dap au6-4ta tiETANTEDTO CLOSE OUTA stock of V V lirst-class Sewing Machines in order to retire finally from the busitte4s. Will , sell at COST for CARL Cantor AUENT, W ainut street, first floor. jele-tf IXTANTEDJIH lb CHARLIE DAVIS . V V formerly of 14 Race street, are located at the "Sun Saloon," 78 Fountdin Square, where they will be pleased to see their friends. Open at all hours, day anti night. oe4-2dt WANTEDBUSINE8iTo purchase, for S10,000 or 112,000 cash, some good paving mercantile or manufacturing business. Par ties, to senure attention. must address. stating kind of business, ko., Post-office box2,72s, city. cied.St IATANTED--DIVINGBy a practical sub , V marine diver; will furnish armor, or will work by the day. parties furnishing armor; can be hsant from by addressing SUBMA RINE DIVER, box Portsmouth, O. oci-lit WANTED PILINTING r Audi, very light, self-inking job press. new or second-hand. One that will do visiting card work. Address. stating terms and condition of press, PUENTE. care of F. Tattershall, rortsmouth, O. - oel-at WANTEDFLORISTTo otrer a compe tent florist a floe location for green house and ground for flowers. TDIS is a rare chance for a man who thoroughly understands his business; none others need apply. Address JOHN LORAN, Park et, Dayton, D. oct-St WANTEDTO LEASEOn the shares, a cottage and extensive garden, adjoining the City of Newport. The garden contains fruit trees and extensive and productive aspar agus beds also choice grapes. Apply to J. TAYLOR, 'it SONS, bankers, Newport, Ky. locA-St WANTEDBITUATIONa AXTANTEDSITUATIONAs cook: best of V V references given. Apply at 491 Sixth et. oc4-2t WANTEDSITUATIONBy a young man as Mark in some good bliSilleEll; can give good reference and Is a good penman. Ad dress 0. J., lupins House. oc4-St WANTEDSITUATIONBy a first-elass salesman in a lig nor, tobacco or grocery house; best of references as to ability. Ad dress R. S. EVANS, City P. O. orA-St -WANTEDSITUATIONIn the country, by an American lady, who understands al Intl of work; best of references. Address Mrs. A. B., care of Letter Carrier 41. owl-ft WANTEDSITUATIONBy a young man as shipping receiving or entry clerk; can fur.lish best of city references; good pen man. Address, for three days, C. T.110011E, IV Sycamore. t oc4-2t NV aril y'r f' tit-Jr:1g AO OT 11(1e ACYteoraccohrarlyn9 by a young man 24 years old, having five years' experience, and possesses a first-elites certifi cate from New 1 ork and Province of Ontario, CIO adtS, together with recommends ot the very highest tone as a successful leacher, Abe. Ad drag E. J. H.-1)., care Indiana Mouse. oe4-fit lArA NTEDSITITATIONA young mar , V tied man at present engaged as book-keeper and cashier. of a leading New York house, deMres to secure a similar or any position, from November I, in this ctyt unex ceptionable referencee as to ability, integrity, itc.. furnished from former as well as present employer; views as to salary mcderate. ALI (trees M., box 70, btation A., Now York City. oc4-4t ' FOR BALE, VOR SALOOLD PAPERS-2,000 old pa pers, in hundred packages, at this thee. se2e-tt VCR SALEBUGGYOne of Miller's side J2 bar buggies, nearly new, in first-rate order. Address Box 81, P. O. oci-3t YOR SALE:- RAILROAD TICKETS Bought, Bold and Exchanged. ROW & ., 80 West Third street. jy10-tt tva BALE HORS E A first-rate-famil y r horse; can be seen at FAY'S stableou Elm street, between Fourth and VOR SALEBUSINESSOne good notion wagon, florae and route for sale very cheap. Address C.-G. LELIA, New Riehniond, Ohio.. - VON SALECA it&LAGESItew and see. ond hand, in groat variety. For baryins call at 19 and 91 WestSeventh street. WM C. MILLER & SONS. sopl-tt UDR SALE SADDLERY STOREWith I: stock and fixtures; reason, owner is suing to leave the city. Inquire at No. Hunt strew, Cincinnati, th 0C4..2t VOlt SALEGROCERY AND SALOON Nice grocery and boor saloon; near oity; good ohanoe; $4,000 in payment. AddressJ. IL, Star (DEA se2741,Th&S -- 1001t SALELAND-50 acres prairie land; 1: good spring on same; in thiesiy-sottled neighborhood, in Adair minty, Iowa' near countyseat. Or will trade tor horse and light spring-wagom Address 6,W," this unto rOR SALEFARK.No. 1 farm; new, rich laud, suitable for any purpose, , of Sourly no soros near Butler, Ky., ou K. (.,. It. It.; 21 miles by rail or pike front city; good house anti Intro; well w stoma; some stook sod int in. ing implements of Lie best; feed, &G.. for side; farm snit present crop will show tor itself: fothl reason for selling; s groat bargain of hre.l. (mil on or midroici F. AL il A Will. But ler, Ky., or WM. BICE, 116 EMstresti street, Linclunutit 44 oefil-dt , POLTICAL Itopilli PlootinE THE HAYES and YOUNG CLUBS Of the Tenth, Fourteenth, Fittbenth 'and Twenty-third Wares will hold a - MASS - MEETING -AT- . WADE STREET MARKET MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 4. SpeakersDon. BENJ. BUTTERWORTH, FERMIS AND YODELER, Esq., CHAS. EVANS, Esq., It Wu. W. M. BATEM AN. RAMC& OOLS INTIM, BE SOLD THIS EVENING ON V V Chester Park Races; also, mornings and evenings during the races, at St. Jatnes Hotel, by ool-tt J. Tr RIO Od tt CO. st POOLS IITILL BE BOLD MORNING AND EVEN V V ING. during the Ranee, at Hoe 101 West Fifth street, Empire Saloon. , oe4-tt IL HOLLAND CO. 0 S PHESTER DRIVING PARK POOLS WILL be sold, Morning and Evening, at the Mer ants, libtel, 9 A. M. and LSO P. M., during the Races by oc4.41 C. L. RICKS and JOHN DORRAN. FOR RENT-ROOMS. L-NOR RENTROOMSFurnished rooms, r rid W. Ninth. West. opposite Robinson's tipers-house. twd-dri, FOUND. VOUNDDOGA black and tan dog, Which I: the owner can have by proving property and paying tor this advertisement. Apply to night watchman the new Custom-house. LOST. T OST POCKET-BOOKContaining about LA II9, with a card of admission to Spring Lirove Cemetery. Finder will receive a liberal reward by returning same tole0 st. oc4-2t T 08TLOCK ETSaturday, an oblong seal jiA locket, marked "W" on one side. kind con taining picture of a girl 18 years old, and of an infant; ander will be rewarded by leaving same at Nos. 98 and 100 W. Canal et. oc4-2t B OARDI 1)0ARDINGNine front room for a gentle jj man; aleo, room for man and wife, at 145 83,camorta oc4-2t "DOARDING .Handsome rooms, with hall j entrance, with board ter gentlemen or Matt and wile, at 82b George street. ocl-bt TIOARVINGWith a neatly furnished front .1) room. for man and wife or two gentlemen; street ears pass the door. 159 Baymiller street. oe1-3t FOR RENT. "VOR RENT 110 USE AND STOREOr r put, to suit. Excellent opening for some one in a small bwiness. 154 IV eat Sixth street. oc4-20 10011 RENT ROOMA desirable front 12 room, furnished or unfuruished, with board for mau aud wife. Inquire at 866 West Ninth street,. ord-St VCR ItHNTIn Covington, a double brink of 12 rooms, in good tumor, 802 and 004 Craig street, opposite Eighth street. IV. 1.2. CHAM BERLIN, this Moe. se28-42t -11lOtt. BENTHOUSEIn Cumminsville, a r twostory cottage, in good repair, within two minutes' walk of the steam cars or street tars, on the corner of Cherry and Burgoyne streets. Apply to MR& MOLLOY, on the premises. near the Milicreek House. oc,4-2t PREFERRED SPECIALS. WRINGERS AND FLUTERS, bold ou Weekly Payments by COLBY, MUOIILit & CO., 219 W. Fifth street. , sod-lm-M,W&P BELLITHEE PHOTOGUAPHEtt, No. kW West Filth &rest. au213-tt LAST EDITION. New York. Fire Engineers A Plot tratedmThe beldSavings Banks...Beecher nItayinend9 etc., ete NEw Ring, Oct. 4.The National Con vention of Chief Engineers of Fire De partments commences here to-morrow, and continues all the week. A daring plot, concocted by a number of convicts in Bing Sing, has just been discovered and thwarted. They planned the seizure of the passenger train which leaves Sing Sing every morning at halt past 7 o'clock, and would doubtless have repeated the exciting escapade of last May, whereby a number ot convicts es caped, three of whom are yet at large. The ringleaders have been placed In dark cells, and armed guards have been posted along the railroad near the prison, to prevent any attempt at revolt. It is now stated that Moody and San key will coinmenee their revival work here about November 1st, probably in the American Institute Hall. Dt. Helrabold has been again placed by his friends in a lunatic asylum. He Is now a patient at Bloomiugdale. , Ever since his retprn from Europe, it is said he has been subject to a mania, which has become so aggravated that his re inoval has become necessary.' A morning paper says there etre two small so-called Savings Banks here in a condition to warrant an examinatiou by the Superintendaut of Savings Banks. I is now stated that depositors of the insolvent Third Avenue Savings Bank will get about forty-live cents on the dollar. , Steamers City of Richmond, from Div erpool; Wascheiton, from Notterdam;, Mosle, fiom Bremen, and Saw Weller, from Belfatit, arrived at this port to-day. BevBeery Ward Beectier made ins drst reappearance since his vacation le Plymonta 'pulpit, yesterday. The ape clone edifice wits crowded and many hundreds Nvent away unable to get In. John T. Raymond, the. actor, was en tertained at a dinner by the Lau Clan, last evening. A large numbur of distiu vitiated gentlemen were present. ineitid tug Gen. Custer, S. S. Cox, Berney Wil liams Wm. J. Florence, Jae. Brougham, Col. 'McComb, of the Alta calliornia. Charlet Datiting, ot the San Eritatiiiico. Chronicle, and many others. Speeches were made by J. W. Schwab. chairman, Mr. Raymond, General Custer and oth ers. Col. McComb was called upon and re sponded for the press: That the press of California claimed to have discovered the lead which Mr. Raymohd is now so successfully working, they knew the vein would prove rick in productive ness and encouraged their favor ite comedian to prospect and prove that there is millions in it. The press of Californiajoins with the press ot the At lantic slope. in wishing eontinued suc cess to au American artist, playing in au American comedy, by au American actor. Mr. DeYoung, of the San Fran cisoo Chronicle, was called upon to re spond to the guests of the evening, which be happily did, in a few appropri ate remarks. - An attempt was made at midnight Saturday to assassinate Captain J. IL Lowler, of the Metropolitan police. Five shots were tired at him irom the doorway of a beer saloon on Royal street, but Mr. Lowler was un hurt. A. Brosseau, a carpet dealer, of Chartres. was mortally wounded. Police Captain Mortinet, Sergeant MoCann and Officer Shannan have been arrested as the chief parties to the crime. As soon as Mr. Brosseau fell he was robbed ot two hundred dollars. Another Dhsa later at Sea. -- THIRTY-FIVZ L1VEs LOSt. Lox Dox..October 4.A dispatch just received from Copenhagen gives an ac count of the burning of the steamer S. Bagor, a small boat which plies be tween that city and Lubeck. She was burned on the Baltic, when but a tow hours run from Copenhagen. Twenty four passengers were lost, some of them, it is leared, Americans on the way East ward. Eleven of the crew of the steam er also perished by the disaster. The boat was built at Ottlenberg in 18.58 and Was coneidered in an almost unsafe condition, and the loss, except as to human life, is inconsiderable. .611. k'tre. MANSFIELD, PA., Oa. 4.A fire at an early hour this morning destroyed Ash er's block and lour tenement houses. Loss, $20,000; insurance light. ' An Unprovoked ItAorderi MIDDLETOWN, 0., Oct. 4.A cold blooded murder occurred Saturday eimning, at Miller's saloon, near here. Henry Schwitzer, a quiet, inoffensive citizen of Lemon township, wee shot through the heart by Adam Foster, a desperate character ot this place. The attack seems to have been entirely un provoked. Foster is arrested. Schwit zees funeral occurs to day.. There is much feeling against Foster. Cutting. at the Corttat. Special to the star. CoLumnus; O., Oct. 4.A. mass meet ing ot colored voters is announced for Friday 'night ,in front of the Capitol building. The wife of Jos. Rapp, a railroad man, took sixty grains ot merphine yesterday, but at last accounte was still living. The case asking for the writ of man damus against tbe Auditor of Hamilton county to compel him to put the extra four mills tax on the duplicate, has been taken under advisement by the Supreme Court. Internal Revenue collections in the district tor September were IS6,017. Daniel Morrisot carpenter, living two miles west of the city,. was struck by a Short-line engine while crossing the Olentangy bridge last night, and was knocked into the river below and killed. Tile tax consumers of Columbus, as represented by City Council, have taken courage from the example of their Cin cinnati brethren, aud , brought an action to compel tile Auditor of Franklin county to put upon the duplicate a levy of six mills in excess of the nine and a half mills au thorized by law in cities of the grade of Columbus, three mills of the amount being to' pay for widening streets in the interest of real estate speculators. The case was calied in connection with the Cinoinuati case, and taken under ad visement. Late Foreign. News. serum LONDON, Oct. 4.A dispatch from Tientsin, dated Sept. 26th, announces, on official authority, that England bas settled the difficulties with China. The general opinion at Shanghai is that there will be no war. Tbe Cninese Govern ment;summoned Viceroy Chilli to Pekin. ,' ANOTHER DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. Nzw YORK, Oct. 4.In accordance with a proutiae made to the American Minister at Rio daneiro in 1872, after his return from Europe, Don Pedro, the sec. ond Emperor of Brazil, is about pending a visit to.the. United States. Recent tel egraphio dispatches state that his. Im perial Majesty has obtained the consent of the Legislative Chambers to be absent from his dominious eighteen months, in order to spend some time in this country and. Europe. , ,: SERIOUS DISTURBANCELARGE NUMBERS ' , 4 BADLY INJURED. - TORONTO, Oot. 4.--T ne fears enter. tained regarding the effect of the Catho lic Pilgrimage, to take place yesterday, proved welt grounded, as the proceed ings in connection with were very riotous and disgraoetul, resulting in con siderable bloodshed. The programme was to march to St.- Mary's - Church, on Bathurst street, in the -west end of tue city, from St. Itilohael's Cathe dral. Tbe ',remission collected - at St. Michael's about half.past two P. M. A surging itud excited crowd, num- bering over ten,-thousand, bad collected outside, guarded by the whole police lime and ntilitary, about eight hundred strong, with a fietachment of cavalry from Maitatn. The Body-guards were stationed near Bathurst street, but tlid not come east until tbe return of tne procession. - After Mass was said in the church, the Catholics formed in proms siou, headed by Father snea; Bisnop Lynch's secretary. The , way wits oieared, aud they , moved to Church street, but when at the corner of queen street stones were tnrowu at them and several shots were fired from - revolvers. Tne prime. sionista retti rued shots or elonee, aud tile aaVelltia toted' of police charged on tee orowd and dispereeti them temporarily. All went quietiy, except stone.throwieg irom the erowii directed et the pollee, until WO arrived at the corner of Qleeti and Barr streets, when a mob gathered and sent another volley of stones, and several shots fired, our police succeeded in again dispersing the rioters. Several more enthuoiastic enemies of the police force 111 advance ' of the police, within throwing distance, pelted stones at the police standing firm like meu. The mob gainin'g in numbers continually, again charged on the procession in front and on all sides, and were &gala repulsed. Revolvers were freelv used on both sides. At Portland street about fifty shots fired. At Brook street, where the greatest disturbance WW1 feared, the crowd had increased to about 20,000, but no attack was made. The most active rioters were numerous and cowardly, composed mostly of young men, wile, after barging. turned and ran. At Bathurst etreet the procession baited, and the number ol the proms sionista being about three thousand, t4ey did not enter the church, but had prayers onside, and were then ortiered, by. the priest, to disperse. The line of, march was then taken up, down Bathurst and along Front street, where no attack could be made from south of the proces sion. The disturbers were guarded from .the north by the military who accompa nied the procession, east on next street north. When the procession was about to move, the crowd at North charged WI the police. P. C. Riddell- wail thken to his house badly wounded and will probably die. The Pilgrims proceeded quietly down Front street to Power, dispersing at points on the way and disbanding at the Parish Church. The crowd bad broken into sections and collected at points along King, Queen and Front streets, gradually diseanding. Mayor- Metcalf and lion. J. Cameron, accompanied by the military, formed around Vicar General Rooney, who feared disturb aims at Bathurst street. that the Call. olics would be protected if there was pow er enough in the city to do se. During the charge on the .police two horses, fright ened by the surging of the crowd, plunged, but no serious accident oc ourred.. About six o'clock last evening disturbances occurred on Drummer street, when the house of Mr. Cosgrove, a brewer, was damaged. An attempt was made to rook the Ro man Catholic Church, but was prevent ed by the police, who Itlifered badly, aided by the military. The military dis banded about seven o'clock, but re inained under orders. The records sho w about thirty policemen badly wounded, probably seriouslyt ail more or less in jured by. stones. !he number of citizens accidentally wounded not known. Tile police were hijsbly commended for their courage and. promptness, but the mill tory authorities Nver blamed tor not sending a detachment te aid the police from the start. FLA a HEN,. J. M. Scant len, attorney, of Morrow, O., died yesterday. There was a heavy white frost at Mem phis yesterday morning. Peter Staar, of Faribault, Minnesota, snapped a revolver at, his wile in fun, and is now a widower. Nearly all the manufactures at Iron ton have reduced laborers' wages from $1 25 to $1 per day. The total Internal Revenue collect Gone for September in the Dayton Dis trict were $114,779 83. The steam yacht Arladne cleared yes terday from Erie, Penn., for St. Louis, la the Fox and Wisconsin rivers. Seven columns of Alionsolst troops are pursuing the Carnets under Saballs and Gamuntil in the Province ot Gerono. The hog cholera has broken out In the country east of Dayton, and scores of dne hogs have already died with the disease. A dispatch from San Diego says seri ous trouble is teared with the Pala Indi ans In the mountains of the northeastern portiofi of that county. The total population of Minnesota is stated at 597,018a gain over the total population ot R.70 as enumerated by the Government of 151,812. John Lutterel, a bay cutter, was killed, scalped, and his ears and nose cut off by Indians, twenty-five miles west of Fort Laramie, ou the 29th. The Emperor of Germany, on his ap proaching visit to Italy, will not go to Rome. Ile will only meet king Victor Emmanuel in upper Italy. Another attempt to bury the rimains of Guitiord will be made at Montreal on Friday or Saturday. It is believed vio lent resistance will be made. Willard Carpenter, of Evansville, Ind., tiled tor record deeds conveying t500,0u0 of city property to a college founded by him, and called Willard College. A. A. Winegardner, a prominent lum ber man oi Williamsport, Penn., suicided yesterday afternoon by drowning him self in the canal. Financial embarrass ment was the cause. Latest Local. - FIFTY-SEVEN prisoners, all males, at the County-J ail. GEORGIE THILL was appointed administrator of Margaret Karl. Personalty, MAO. lioN. J. M. Me Glum, Sixth Auditor of the Treasury, is in the city, on his way to his honte in Clermont county. THE members of the Rankin Combination, numbering in all twenty-five persons, are stop ping at the V alaut-street House. ALBERT GILBERT and John Kuntz are being tried before U. S. Commissioner Halliday to day on the charge of passing two MO counter feit bills on the bank of Richmend, Ind. JUDGE M. W. OLIVER has a movement on fOot to change the name of that loeality now known as Price's Hill, to Grand View. In tact the place is already being tilled by that appropri ate name by a number of tue realdents in that vicinity. , TRE union religious services held at the Y. M. C. A. Rooms every evening will be coutin ued through this week. The interest is deep, and no evening has yet passed without some professing coaversion. Let there be a lull at tendance to-night.- - MAYOR JohNsros to-day ordered Police Su perintendent Suelbaker to prevent the use of the pollee tetegraph by any one except the of ficer in charge, anti to prevent its use for any except official and police purposes. The "re.- pirter 8 call is, however, generously allowed to remain on tho official ii8t. CORONER MALEY 18 still investigating the ease against lientlig. the termer Sexton of the Reading-road Cemetery, charging him wits' having beaten his wife to.desth. A few days ago he, it is said, was. heard to remark that it COF088F Maley should investigate the matter, he (1181inig) IVOILlit surely go toColumbnii. 'ARCIIIII8110P Veneta L yesterday dedicated the I'PetitHIV completed uti Itionit to the st. ry's lieepdat, at..the corner of Betts and Linn streets. lie WWI itstisIed ny several clergymen of the Chun in Cincinnati. The enlargements anti changes the building are of much value, iind make Um Sintipital one of the lineal, in tee city. , I nit annual meeting of the Direetors ot the tireve C,Iisetcry W4 UUOIL Ilia becretarÿ'e revert alien the an. nual ree,elpts to have been 0,202, and the expenses 04.510. One hundred and sixi y-two , lets were sold dining the year. Burial-per.' mita during Ole year, 1,1108. Tug Trustees of the German Protestant Cern, etery have made every effort to secure the - bodies reeA3ntly taken from the grounds, and ' bare taken inich steps as will effectually pre vent a recurreme of such an affair in the in- , , tore. This cemetery is one of the most care fully maliaged and best guarded in the eity; and the sexton; we are assured,- is a very reli- ; able and painstaking person and those who are best informed do not att4tch a shadow of blame to him. in feet, it was through his , watchfulness that this matter first mine to , light. HON. JACOB GARDNER, the illustrious coal dealer, ward politician, pmprietor of the Blue ' Clay Region, and next friend of the old Board , of Control, is in serious trouble this morning. , One of his multitudinous coal carts, .by some ' unaccountable means, became unlocked, and giving wity to the pressure, spread limit. over the wharf at the foot of Lawrence street in a ' decidedly unpleasant manner to Jake, but Der- , haps satisfactory to repair shops la the , ity. Jacob reviewed the ruins with his usual complacency; and after a few remarks which might not appear well in print, closed by won. tiering if that "would get into the papers too.", 14TMit is rumored that the unhoualiy large load was one being sent ea a donation to a poor widow. Hence the largeness. , Ihe Polies at the Pelle. Mayor Johnston. this morning, sent the fol..: .;- lowing to the City Solicitor: MAYOR'S OFFICE. CINC:NNATL October 4,1875. Robert O. Strong, Esq., City Solicitor: , SIR: By referring to Section 8 of the lately enacted Police Law, you will and it is made incuinbent on the Superintendent of Police ' to detail two patrolmen to attend to each , mary or other election mgt. This clause is but - a repetition of former police laws, and discre.. tionary power has always been exercised by - the Superintendent of Police as to what number , of men, not less than two, should be placed - e On active duty at each of the several voting places; and said power has never heretofore been questioned, until recently, when a iegal question wm raised. r therefore desire your, opinion as to the proper eonetruetion of the law anti the duty of the Mayor and Superintendent of the pollee force in the premises. Very respectfully your most obedient, , C. JOHNSTON, Mayor. No answer bad been received at latest at counts. rork-Packere Meeting. The Pork-Packers' Association met this morning at 11 o'clock, in their rooms adjoining the Chamber of Commerce, and elected the ' following ticket: For PresidentJas. McKeehan. ,, For Vice PretildentsChas. Kahn, jr., Rich ard Mothere, Boulatnin F. Evans. For TreasurerB. Frank Davis. A delegat on of twentv-ILve member(' were appointed to De preseut ai the St. Louis COL1 vention. Tee Treasurer, Wm. Henry Davis. submit ted his report, showiug a balauce of 4100 41 on hand. Secretary Maxwell suainitted his yearly re port, which was a:Tented. The report of the Seeretery showed the doings of the Association for the last um years. The following table is of especial interest. 18'144875. 1873-1814. , ' ' Aggregate No. A gs rents Weigitied Orossts ed. Weighed GrossW et, Hoge...,705,637 10,ii1M91 192,167,19u ( attic 91,35d Ett,i9;,,00 86. 95 fil,E0(,642 Sheep .A40,14 8,1150395 , 64,1tie 5,a24,079 S'Vrtf ...-- ' Pail. riektAigth - ' , The cases of W. G. 'and G. W. McCoy, charged with ferrying without license, were called up , in the Police Court this morning and continued , till next Saturday. A new phase is likely to appear in these cases, as the McCoys state that - May have a transcript of a doeunteut which states that when the original 'landholders of the Fifth street wharf turned over those grounds to the city the landholders reserved: , the rights of til8 Ferry Company, which the McCoys uow claim as still existing. Solicitor strong wilt investigate the mutter, anti the de velopment of the above will be elicited next Saturday. Wm. Williams, in whose case of larceny the execution was suspended, was fined Thu and coste in the Police Court, on a charge of petit larceny. Ile was giveu Dine till the 14th insts to pay the amount J. Hearne, the man who last week wait - (wrested on a charge of horse-stenling, was bound over to the Grand Jury in the sum of Pak Hearne hails from the country, about ' seven miles above Gallipolls, Ohio, and at-. tempted to sell a herse to a man named Wag- ' ner for twenty dollars, wh ch cattsed his beiug arrested. 1 John Carpenter, a professional wife beater was sent out for thirty days and fined 425'. When arrested a knife about tweive int!heß long was found in his possession, on which ac count he W118 charged with carryiug concealed weapons and hued P25 and costs. , LEXINGTON.--There are some men in Lexington wito are like Clew one respect; namely: they would rather be the first dog in their native hamlet than the second man ab - Rome; hut, uulike Closer they disregard the means of attaining to thaedistinction. The American Citizen,the only Republican paper in tile Seventh District, wits shaft' one year ago in tills city us au experiment. The , paper is nose a permanent sluices& Doi' this ' week it was printed at one of the city printing tams. Now the publishers do their own print ing, having furnished their Wilco last week with a complete stock of DOW tyn and printing material. -Some of their best friends and pa. trons in this city are Democrats. The Republican party in Kentucky is largely In the minority, and hopelos,ly so, yet the col- ored people will stick to its leaders whetner - they are right or wrong. The writs in this city are becoming unwhole- some. A water-works could be built, but : where will the water come from to supply the ' reservoir. The members of the 'Young Men's Prayer Meeting assembled on Sunday afernoon in the lecture room of the Rill-street Church. A re spectable number were present. T110 exercithe - consisted alternately of singing and prayer, - Those present Seeined to feet the solemnity of the exercises, if we may judge by the fervent prayers that were offered to the throne or Grace. The Association is much needed in this city, where the young' men are walking on the hived road to despair and emerge. , Rev. J. Frost, jr., preached his first bC111)3011 in his new charge lase Sunday, in the Pilgin . Baptist church. , . The next meeting of the City Council will be ' held next Thursday evening. Citizens should attend these meetings' their presence would have a benificit.1 effee't on the doings of the wi-e members. On Saturday evening while James Kinney sod Ed. A pstin were returniug home in a bug- gyt on tip Nicholasrille pike, their h9rise tout fright aud gailoped upsetting the buggy, , which severely lidured the occupants. The colored people of Kentucky will never ' make many friends here as long as they con. Untie voting in a body with either of the petal. cal parties. This sentiment may not suit the American Citizen, but it is, nevertheless, trim. Capt. J. Lawrence Jones nnd Judge Runt returned on Pridav from Riehinonii, where they had been holding the madison Cireolt Court- To-day they left for Versailles to hold - the Wondfood Circuit Court, at which will be tried the murder eases that were moved there upon a cliano of venue, ene of which is Mont gomery Parker, from this county. The other in - Waite Soper. from Jeseamine county. During the session of Court at Richinouil five pe, Fins were couvieted of felony and sent to the Pent. - tontiary. ',minden is overrun with lawyers and eti Ito. 0. The greater the number tee lower the standard. With ail that has been written and said against the present Citv Lountial of Lexington nil members ekpeet, to and pr. bably will be is. elected, as every other eity velem! is &mewl eel upon WO for hie re-cleetion for asioinir term. There will be a combination id "mot seratchere never knowit in ill111 etty heleres , , , . 8 , t ' ; ' , . IP - I , . , , v,