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' , . i i spondent in the Fancier's Journal.- Take , , , , - TWo PERFOR maNCES TO-DAL - . I sof& water about ten gallons, one half , - ''Grand Matinee at 1 Wolock, , - ' . t --, SVDDNESDAÝ:.....1..00TOBER 13 bushel of wheat bran, seven pounds of , C.A.1111.1414-1111. ' . Ir I i , salt, two and a halt pounds of sulphuric . . acid. Dissolve altogether and put the - ' Admission only SS coots to Ail Parts Of Ale ' house. ) t - LALCIEST IliCULATION IN :THE CITY skins in the solution and allow them to r ' - THE DAILY, STAR i'Methoti ofeAourtrianirskarns w-itheut re moving the hair is given by a oorre , spondent in the Fancier's Journal.- Take oft water about ten gallons. one half liortsDITESDAÝ.......s OCTOBER 13 bushel of wheat bran, seven 'pounds of salt, two and a hall pounds of sulphuric acid. Dissolve altogether and put the LARGEST -CIRCULATION IN :THE CUM skins in the solution and allow them to . s remain twelve hours; take them out and - clean them well, and again immerse "twat probably remala clear and fcgtr them twelve more hours, or longer if Imo,- . eager'''. The skins may then be taken , . Wit are pleaaed te announce the mar- out, well washed and dried. The: eau - rlage of kr. John Daviin, the genial he beaten soft it desired. ' , , . WA are pleseed te announce the mar - rine of kr. John Devlin, the genial and gentlemanly manager of Mr. Macau ley's Theater, to Miss Carrie Jones, daughter of Mr. A.4 J. Jones, Deputy Clerk of Hamilton county. Mr. May lin's friends, and there are nosts of them, will join us in wishing him the fullest extent of matrimonial happiness. : The marriage was solemnized at the res idence of the bride's father, last evening, by Rev. Henry D. Mom. ' -, -.......----- lifornson3o Coition . The Saturday matinee concert, te be given next week by the Harmonic Soci ety, is not for subscribers alone, but the , public will be admitted. This will be tood news to many who have been kept om other of these concerts, owing to e arrangement that none bAl members - And subscribers were to be admitted. . ommimmm. ' Murder fa Messtwokr. The body of John McAnnally was , found this morning in the street of the village of Bromley, near Ludlow, with two bullet-holes in it. Oa inquh'y at the boarding-house of Mr. Thomas McGill, where McAnnally resided, a man named ' John McAffery was found - wounded in ten places, and on being Arrested. admitted having killed McAn belly In a light this morning. Both la. . borers on the Southern railroad. .4.1114MICEPICISEAD ' Tux GRAND Orzu,s-uousx.This house - Amusements. -, , was comfortably filled 'last evening, the Dock; Ion &dna' the second performance et Mr. Ca ilahates new' drama, "White Sulphur." The play ran-much smoother , than upon the first night, both Miss Eldridge, tha star, and the ragular stock company rendering their ptirte, with greater ease and tacility. The Mame:- ter of "Alice Brand" is well drawn and - ' well acted, some parts of it especially - being treated in a highly artistic man ,, ner. Frank Haviin is not a character of , ; - much force, but. it is astonishing how , much Mr. Fiske makes of it. He and Meade are the life of the play. Matinee - to-day at 2 o'clock. WOODI; TintATER.Baker Anil Perron t ' drew another good audience last even - - The play of "Conrad and L!zette" is substantially the same as "Chris and - Lena," which is probably about as good it recommendation as could be given it, tor in the latter play Baker and Farion - have had no rivals. Their singing and ' dancing last evening was excellent, earning 'for them many encores. The ! - same play will be repealed to-night. "Tutt NATIONAL."The Ice Witch" was given at this h9use last night to a good - audience. The play was well put upon ' the etage.some of thescenes being verv good. The variety performance was also above the Average. Matinee to day. murder to listelttetve ! . - In the East end, on Culvert street, ' betweea Sixth and Seventh stteets, . - these Is a low drinking-saloon pre - , aided over by a colored man named George Moore, assisted by his son George junior. Last Sunday evening ,the elder - Moore was arrested tor shooting Andrew ' Smith with intent to kill. Although the wound was dangerous and Smith is still ' in a critical condition, his assailant was released on bailsince which time - threats of 'Mame against him -have been made, which at last culminated iu , an attack upon his saloon last evening, - made by a mob of celored levee hands, many drunk and all noisy and reckless. Frank Wertz, a tall powerful fellow, seemed to be Ilie leader of the excited , crowd, and was the first to enter the saloon, where they found -George Moore, - sr, and his family, and George, Jr., and ' his lamily. The trouble commenced by Wertz relusing to pay foe some beer - which he ordered and drank. Tbe elder - Moore seeing mischief ahead told Wertz : he was welcome to the beer without pay. - - But George Moore.' Jr., at Ibis mo ment, came forward with large Colifs navy revolver, which he. leveled at Wertz; Wertz pulled a pistol and aimed 'at Moore.' Moore swore he wotild kiil - Wertz unless hg left the house, which 111 threat caused Wertz to snap his pistot - - ' at Moore.. It missed &re. Moore then , 7' ' shot Wertz through the hostels. - The woundeVnan was carried to Dr. , - Dunlap's office, on Broadway, where, ! upon examination,. it was at once appa , rent that be could not live. The ball en ,. - tered the groin, and ranging upward had , severed an important blood vessel, calls , , lug internal bleeding. In twenty min . - tithe from the time he was carried to thti doctor's office be was' dead. 3Ioore was --arrested and locked up at Hammond. - street btation. - The deceased, Frank Wertz, was about - - thitly years ot age, and lived With his - , mistress at 206 Broadway. He was a - bard working laborer. Henry Nelson, ! , - ' Moses Dickson and 'OM Brown, wbq joined la the attack upun Moore's Da ' loon, were afterwards arrested and - lecked up on a charge of rioting. , Moore takes matters quietly, and'does not deny the crime, but claims that he was acting in self-delenwe. H'is trial in ','- the Police Court will not occur until the - coming inquest is completed. 'tile case comes up in Me Police Conti! again tomorrow. , , ' teftattles ter the Vides"' - Is the title of a book, a copy of which , , has been handed us, end which we have - : perused with much interest. It gives, '; , as the name indicates, a description of - the most important engagements during ' - , - our late civil. war, and we believe it to Aie a laithlul chronicle of those great - events. It is a medium-sized volume. of ' - about 400 pages, issued in handsome 3 - style, with elaborate binding,- and ern - , bellished with a dozen or more neat it. lustrations.! ' The author asserts himself to have been a participant in many of the scenes - described, having served in 1. , , cut cavalry regiment throughout the war. lie relates numerous persoual in ' - idents and rem-miaow:ices ot the camp, ' she march and the lield, concerning him elf and others, that impart greater vit ., slaty and entertalumeet thaa is totted - : ru a usually dry historical narrative. , Certainly as, a literary pieduotion the work is possessed. of little or no Merit, ' but it will afford some pleasant fireside , reading, especially to the younger mem. bers of Like lamily, and its curacy as a , military reeord of the Rebel:ion can : bardiy be questioned. It will be accept , - able to those who deeire a work of that s !turtle an a:tractive and concise forin,LtQl ' ' to all such we min safely recommend IL , ' is published by tile author al Hartford, , , Oben., aud sold - only by subscription, and We Wet it worth the pries, Li per -opy, asked tor it. The neat le liow touwassitig . ' - be beaten soft desired. A clergyman having been Induoted In to a living in Kent, England, took occa sion during his first sermon to introduce the word "optician At the oonolusion Ube service a farmer who was present thanked him for the discourse, but inti mated that he nad made a small mistake in one word, sliftening down at the same time the severity of his oriticism by saying: "Yet we all know very well, sir, what you meant.11 On the clergy man's making fu titer inquiries about this afterward,the farmer replied: "What you called hop-otiose, In this part of the country we call hop-polesP CO11011 DEMI v& PREJUDICE. By R. V. Pintex, IL D., ot the WOrld's Dis pensary, Dunlap N. Y., Author of " The People's Common Sense Medieal Adviser," etc., etc. - Lam aware that there is a popular, and not altZgether uutounded. prejudice agaiust" pat ent medicines," owing to the small amount of merit which many of them misee& The ap pellation "Patent Medicines, does not apply to my remedies, as no patent has ever been asked for or obtained upon them, nor have they been urged upon the petal as "cure-ails." They are simply some favorite prescriptions,. which, in -a very extensive practice, have proved their superior remedial virtues in the cure of the diseaties for which they are TOCA)M mantled. Every practicing physician has biz favorite remees. which he fumed recom mends or uses, because he bas the greatest con fidence in their virtue& The patient does not know their -composition. EVell prescriptions are usually written in a language unintelligi ble to any but the druggist- As much secrecy is employed as in the preparation of proprie tary medicine& Does the fact that an article is prepared by a process known only to the manufacturer render that artkcie less valuable? How many physicians know the eiementary composition of the remediee which they em ploy, some of which have never been analyzed? Few practitioners know how Morphine, Qui nine, Podophyllin Leptandrin, repair), or Chloroform, are ma'de, or how nauseous drugs are transformed into palatable elixirs; yet they do not hesitate to employ them- It is not inconsistent to use a presoription, the compo- , sition of which is unknown to us, and discard another preparation simply because it is ac companied by a printed statement of its prop erties with directions for its use? Some person&-while affinitting that my med icines are good pharmaceuticat compounds, obiect to then) on the ground that they are too often used with insufficient judgment. I pro pose to obviate this difficulty by enlightening the people as to the structure and functions of their bodies. the causes, character, anti symp toms. of disease, and by indicatiug the proper and Judicious employment of my medicines, together with such auxiliary treatment as may be necessary. Stich is ones.' the designs of the People's Medical Adviser, forty thousand copies of which have already been published, anti are sold at the exceedingly low price of SI 60, and sent (post-paid) to any address within the 'United States and Canada. If you will patronise medicines, scientifically prepared, use my Family Medicineee Golden Medical Discovery is tonic, alterative, or blood cleansing, and an unequaled cough rem edy; Pleasant Persia' ve Pei fets, ocareely larg er than mustard seed, constitute an agreeable and reliable phytlic; Favorite Preseription, a iemcdy for debilitated females; my Compound Extract of Smart- Weed, a magical remedy for pain, bowel eomplaints. and an unequaled Liniment for both human and horse-fiesh; while Dr. Sages Catarrh Remedy is known the world over as the greatest specific for Catarrh and "Cold in the Itea.l," ever given to the public. These standard remedies have been before the public for many y9arsa period lung enough to fully test their merits. and the best argument that can be advanced in their favor is the fact that their sale was never so great as duririg the past six months. The Greatest Pall Reliever In tile world is DR. TOBIAS'S VENETIAN LINIMENT, au in ternal as well as external remedy. It has been warranted for over twenty-eight years, and not a bottle returned. It cures chronic rheumatism, sore throat, pains in the limbs, back, and chest, croup, diarrhoea. colic, and spasms. No person should go to sea without IL Bold by the Druggists. Depot, No. 10 Park place. ' . 216 Weekty Star. The current number of the WEEKLY STAR. is now ready, and can be had at our counter in wrappers at 4c per copy. It contains the latest news from the electiona in Ohio, Iowa and Nebraska. Also, the latest news by telegraph, a summary of the Important news of the past week, a large amount of interesting local news correspondence from differ ent parts o'f the country, intereating.ed fterials, a large amount ot Short. spicy newsy editorial paragraphs, Humorous Gossip, Religions news, Poetry, several inlereating stories, Personals, Book and Magazine Reviews, Odds and Ends, His torical and Biographical sketches, a large amount of interesting reading per taining to agriculture. art and science, together with A full and complete Heine and Foreign Market and Financial Re port. - AJAR ALIVE& ' runxipsJOHNSTONOn Tuesday even ing, October 12, at the home of the bride's parents, by Elder Wm. P. Stratton. Mr. John M. Phillips, of Pittsburg, Pa., and Mee Hattie B. Johnston, daughter of Alexander J. John ston, ofCalifornia, klamilton county, Pittsburg papers please copy. NOTICES. Rubber Stamps, at 201 Race st. jy14-tf Notice to Water Consumers. OFFICE CITY WATER-WORKS1 CINCINNATI. Oa. 24 181:h tAN. ACCOUNT ot Sunday intervening, the ki time tor payment of water-runt bills at the office has been extended to the 10th inst, in clusive. By order of the Boartt of Trustees. 16 J. H. tilltrETER, Secretary. 110.-rEPPA.11,311, MANUFACTURER OF Saddles, Harqess Collars, Zke., No. 30 East ilia at, de18-1y,F.M&W , CINCINNATI, O. GI.. W. 11A.FLUIS, . - - Manufacturer of Mattresses; and 13edding A ND DEALER IN WOVEN WIRE AND 11 all the New Style Spring Bed Bottoms, No. 18k W. Fifth et.. Cincinnati O. de25-IyFM&W L H. HAYES It CO., - DICALISS IN Flour, Crain and Mill reedy No. 21 Water at.t Cincinnati. V Grain Bageurnished to Shippers. - Vie have for sato and on consigninent 50,000 bushels choice Minnesota, Nebraska and WM nein Spring and Winter Wheat. &WS-LI The Great Modern Discovery. TAR. MO RIM, latITIP Of TAB, Wild Cherry and Horehound. Cures eonsineption and spitting ot blood. Cures bronehitisk asthma, catarrh and weak lunge. t ores coughs, olds, hoarseness and adi, throat diftioul hes. Never fails In whooping comfit Or crow Strengthens the voices et snowier and vo calists. Ask your druggist tor it, and tole no substi lute. J. D. PARK itt hONS, Fourth And Wal nut hts., Unclench, O., littoral Agent& . .WINITiOW.WAAM411. FURNISHING GOODS; &eh IPIPB 4P grt 111 THE GREAT CONTEST ENDED. BELL & CO.5 rowitit STREET, OPP. POSTOPTICE, Declared the Leaders of the FURN1SRING AND FANCY GOODS TRADE OF CINCIPINITI Extraordinary Bargains in Warm Hosiery, - Cloves and , , Underwear OPPMEZED - 13.1k.r - ' Job lot Scarlet Flannel Shirts and -Drawers MI '15c. worth 51 25. 2,000 dozen Merino 'Underwear tor Ladies, Gents and Boys. embracing every popular brand manufactured, at unprecedentedly low prices. - Gents' Heavy Merino Shute ind Drawers at 25, 23. 474. Ladies, Morino tindervezta and Drawers at 25, 43, 45 and 50c.; better grades tor both La dles and Units at proportionately 10W CLOVESICLOVESICLOVESI BOO dezenGente Berlin Lined and4-80th Gloves at 25, 88, 45 an cl 50c a pair. 1,00U dozen Ladles' Cloth anti Berlin Gloves at 20, 25, 88 and 40c a pair. Ladies' and Gents, Buck Gloves andGliuntlets in great variety, at low price& - . 1,000 dozen Ladies' and Children's Hosiery new goods. new styles and low prices. 200 dozen Knitted Sacques and Jackets,. for La dies. Misses and L,hildren, at low and at tractive prim& HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES and LACES. Unusual Bargains offered in those Goods to day, 11,U00 reamants Embroidery at hal! price. Purchasers will consult their own interests by calling upon us before going elsewhere. We mark all goods in plain figures, make no M ond price, and guarantee everything sold to be is represented. WM. BELL' & COly WHOLIPSALE and RETAIL, Nòtions and. Furnishing Goods, 04 West Fourth Street, n OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE. KID GLOVES. J. LE BOUTILLIER & BROS. 104 and 106 West Fourth Street, , 0E7E14 THIS MORNING. THE NEW SHADES IN COIL4430-157MS. - Two-Buton SI 2N , , ' Three-Button 1 td , The best Glove in the city for the price. it UNDERNVEAR. WARM UNDERCLOTHING, Ladies, Gents, Children, OF THE BEST MAKE& A CHEAP LOT FULL SIZE LADIES' at 75e. J. LeBOUTILLIEE At 'mos., 104 ind 100 West Fourth Street. FANCY GOODS. - TISIMICE GIVES GOOD GOODS AT low prices at the 99e Store, SO Fountain Square, Jewelry, Vases, Dolls, Brackets. Chromos, Hats, Ladies, Underwear, SI SO Books at 99e, and other articles In great vet.. teq.ijn PAPER MANUFACTORY. STEWART PAPER CO., MAN LTFAC WRENS OF Book and News Paper, 13I10 0 ItVII41,10. Ind. THOMAS LINDSAY, Ago lut - , 00-1M FINANCIAL. LEAp STERRETT ' & CO. BROKERS, 28 West Third Street, Cincinnati, - Buy and sell Stooks, Bonds and Gold on mar gins. at New Yoyk Stock Exchange. Stock privileges negotialed. J3,1041 FURNISHING GOODS, Etics. TO ORDER; FROM MEDICM TO FINEST GRADES. FULL LINES IN STOCK, Of our own Manufacture. - ILSON BROS., 79 Fourth Street, CDTCINNATI, (PIKE'S OPEKA ROUSE). And No& 67 and 69 Washington at.. Chicago tio204y,S,MaW1 VAULT CLEANERS. rooehatoomMRP.0 RANDALL & McLEANs Improved Vault, Cleaner OrFICE1 No 219 19 Ninth Street, Cincinnati, O. seill-lm Cement, Planter, Lime, QEWER PIPE, Fire Brick, Lawn Vases, 0 Flue Liningis Patent Chimneys, Chimney Tops, Stove Linings, Plastering Hair,. White Sand. Fire Saud, i3 Ali Werra Cotta Build ing Material. JOHN Ir. NICOLAL Corner Walnut and Water sta., ose5.4mo Cincinnati, Cincinnati Type Foundry Co. C. WELLS, Treasurer, 201 VINE STREET. v The type toe this paper comes teem this hounder. lir. Alfred White NWILDspreeout itia oompronta to ieDil Mitt atat nalvy hal lue the Granite Statuto 01 " nowt al the " Angel Gabriel," now Wag souls no4 at hi town Pio, Val Weet Fink Streets - 090,11; - - - INV tlaDlinrs1;;Lelts:ge:mullItile rstatiirt le:11Asr.1 them exani ism site timid) Statues us - Lim - aim tiie 6, Angei Gabriel," now being email. twat at bi4 sown - Pies Val .Weet Filth Street, ' ' ' - WOW; ;.- - . - , SI:IIR'IS When you want to bu-y FUrniture of anidescriptionp or at any price from the highest to the lowest, buy from the Manufacturers.' - ' ' Remember, our Prices are .the Lowest. THE MITCBELL ' RAMMELSBERO FURNiTURE COMPANY Nos. 107,100, 111 andewVirest Fourth Street. NEW PUBLICATIONS. TWO NEW BOOKS. The Novel orthe Season. NM XDIVARDO' Ne and Charming Btorn EIMAI 1111111, Bythe Author of 44 ABOHIN LOVELL." "Pinup ZARNEOLITIPS," "OUGHT WE TO VISIT EBB." "ORDEAL FOE Virtvzs, "Ea TELLS," &C., au. One vol. fivo, printed on laid tinted paper. Price, in paper, SI; cloth, with black stamp, SI 75. 46 This author has never written a poor book. --Democrat. St, - 44 Mrs. Annie Edwards is one of the very best of the story writers of the day."--Journals Bos ton. RSV C. H. SPURGICON'S Great Book, Lectures to My Students. One vol.12mo. cloth, black stamp, SI 25. Mr. Spurgeon undoubtedly occupies the po sition of amatest celebrity at the present mo ment auxous preachers.. BECENTLY PUBLISHED: (I Afi CHARMING STORY 01' NC011,SIM 14"17'. By Prof. B. H. Boyesen, of dornell University and author of "Gunnar." A NORSEMAN'S PILGRIMAGE. 1 vol. Small 12mo. Laid paper, $1 50. A Norseman's Pilgrimage is a perfect gem in the way of a novel, as well as a most beautiful picture of Norse life. P A TJ ISIASSI BY JUSTIN MOCARTHY, Author of "Liniey Mochford," "A Fair Sax on," Am 1 vol. 12mo. PrietN Cloth, Mott Stamp, $1 50. Paper, $1 00. (trom the Pall Mall tiagette. London.) " We may say that altogether we have not read many bOVICS 89 full of promise as Pala M &sole. , - A STORY 0, THE AMERICAN NAVY. 1.40Ir AFLOAT. BY F. li SHEPPARD, IL It N 1 vol. 12mo. Prioe, Cloth, Black Stamp, $1 00. Paper,11 00. 11111 ANNIE EDWARDS' POWERPUb STORY, ESTELLE. - Price, Cloth, $1 PaRE,11 00. , GEN'L CUSTER'S GREAT D0011, MY LIFE ON,TILE PLAINS. Elegantly Illustrated, Price, $2.014 THEODORE Trvrows GazaT Novir,, TEMPEST-TOSSED Price, 41.75. Fourteen OditiOnii 1011 JusTrx STORY, LINLEY ROCIIFORD. Price, $1.00, or S1.75 clan. Either of the above sent by mail, posi-paid, on receipt of the price. , SHELDON & COMPANY, it NEW YORK. - BRIDGE BtTILDER. Cr 11, A. ; BUILDER OP SUSPENSION tnoN rinzrock.ms, No. 4 Public Landing, CINCINNATI, OHIO. se15-5tW AT AUCTION. By J. tentkenstelft Coq S. E. Car. Pearl and Walnut et& REGULAR SALE OF BOOTS and SHOES AT AUCTION, THURSDAY MORNING, October 14. at tiji o'clock. It - MENCKENSTEIN & CO., Auc're. PROFESSIONAL. uomwAEP.OIWm.W.ov,owb.60,ftft.'.MPW,t0 Homeopoilkie Physto tan& W 31,. 0 W ENS, M. D., a. l'f Con Seventh and John Ste. , OfdecOloursFroni te V A. Zd., 1 to ana 6 to l'7M. , EPr Mmtra Iioward, RISBASES WOhIEN.1 No.188 John knack Cincinnati, O. Office hour& 9 to 12. feb19-17 DR. O. W. LOUNSBURY, Residence and Office, S. W. Con Seventh and Round sick Wise liours-0 to 10 AL ; to ir ht.; tug to 8 P.111. Drs.. SLOSSON At BRONSON, E. tor. Eighth and Elm Sta. Office Roursirrom lg to 10 A..111.,110 it and Ophthalmie and Aural Rooms, ior diseases of the Eye and Ear. 223 Weat fowith street., burgeon in Charge T. P. WILSON. N. D. Drs; Bradford it McChesney, Office ee W. Seventh Street. OFFICE MOUS 'sox is A. IL TO P. IL Dr. T. O. Bradford at homo.from fa. la 1 p. Dr.A. O. Slot ;homey at home rem 1 to 4 p. , de12-1y Dela list& IX. M. REID, 1)entist, 894 Tine street, three doors above Eighth street. , al TAFT, neutiot, EDITOR DENTAL REGISTER, 117 Wont rourth Street do141-1); - CINCINNATI. O. Atiormive LIEN'ItX Attorney and Counsellor at LIM No., 91 Park Row, Now York. r-r,CoIlections prvalptly ludo hi ;lipid pt tui Wig - -it 1. rtritzgrruRs. - . ' ' WICONEspAY !VEXING, October IS, Alec BOOK BINDING, flio BOOIr. BINDING 1,414--- - ALL. 4)111 ITS BRANCHES, Itl" A K BLANK BOOK8 FOR Id Ra in CHANTS, MAN UFACT (JEERS, BANKO; AG.. Take contracts tor Ruling, Printing and Binding Railmad, Instrance and Trust 1;om "antes, work. JOB BINDINGMagazine and Music bind ing promptly attended to. 86 years experience in this city. E. C. ITALT.,14D SON'S, 4th fioor.VARLI8L16 BUILDING, Fourth and Walnut street. oce1-61 - NER17INR SAMARITAN NERVINE is Oa sure cure for 'epileptic Fits, Spasms and Convulsions. It has been tested by thousands and has on, never been known to fail in a single case. Trial package free. Inclose Stamp for circulars, giving evi dence of cure, . Address ' 1.il 8 A RICHMOND, , . . . a Box 741, lit. Joseph, Mo. setialydisseSOlyW HATS. Save yoUr Money-. )3uy your Hats UHENDLEY, 262 Fifth st, near Cen tral avenue. He will sell you stylish Hits at prices to suit you. TONIC ELLICIR. LIQUIDEXTRACT OFBEEE CONTAINS BE EFIDUICEIZONICS8, MILD tAPIARTICS &MAN IMFRO VEMENTrOWILIEBICS EXTRACT RExL Cern ,. 8 ij (Sir Francis Randolph's proems.) Prot. Oxalate Iron, 8 I. Alkaloids of Cinoho zuk, 8 L Pepsin Saaoharated, 8 ii Ext. Diosma Deod. 8 I. Ehel TurkJ ; ' 8 I. 4T;k1-1(11. 4471, i 40101.41 ,so 41 '),,, 4 i I 0.47) .IC4 4rtt gip lopilit 41, t w ke irft , , 100 I'M 4,1 11-44 MI30-6111d&W HOTELS. Reid's Dining Rooms ROTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN REID'S BUILDINGS, , No. MI West FourthStreet. WE WOULD BE rLEASED TO HAVE all our friends call and see Our handsome establishment, a true copy of the famous Hoff man Houseof New York, which is famous for its Dining Rooms. se18-1m,8,mk its Dining Rooms. set8-1m,8,mYt I MILLINERY Goops. .ç Wholesale Millinery , DEVOU CO., 1 , 187 EWA f - a OPLI TO-DAY , titi New Straw Goods. Elegant Flowers, Ribbons, Laces, lie. bitr Large IWO of Eft , Trimmed Goods. DEVU0 VO., Ira M 9-2mw Race Sta. Cla'al. 10. 944-2mW,,,t M 9-2mw LEGAL. GREAT SALE OF REAL ESTATE 401LTTO 1LS Fr' HE SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT MIL FORD, Clement, Ohio, on the 15th of Oc tober, 1875, is one of unusual interest to those wishing to invest in Real Estate, consisting tif Lots appraised at from Me, MO, $1.000, 52PU, $1,000 to 540,000 each, Dweillog-houses, Store houses Mills, Water-power, etc. looation on Little Miami Elver, between it and the East Fork of that river, within three minutes walk of deput of. Little Miami railroati, forty-five minutes of Cincin nati, tliree turnpikes running into the town-;- tile Columbia, Chillicothe and W ootivillethe scenery as nue as any in Southern Ohio; never has been unhealthy; the appraisement very low, and not ope-half the value ot real estate as held and sold in any other equal railroad facilities out of Cincinnati, with daMe sdvan tages and distant:eh 'I'his bas arisen by reason of a want of railroad convenienees which are now obviated. Four churches of different denominations,' a largt new, and valuable sehool-house, coshes 330,00e. The purchaser at this sale will be almost sure to double his money in the next three year& It is at its lowest ebb, having be,en tied up anti depreciated by litigation. It will now be of fered by the undersigned to Pal Knee $160.000 of bequest& pity, among others, bequests to various religious and cited table inslitutions, vim Orphan's' Asylum, of CIL:tau:1U, 'Wide we Rome, Missionary Society, Colored Oroban Asylum, of Cincinnati, etA3. The tide is lie feel. Sale abtolute, Terms emy : one-thirdr. on day of sale; ono third in one year, and bal ite:CO iti tWO year& The undersigned will also sell in the spring some CW or 10,1 acres of valuabte land adjoin ing Milford and Camp Dennison. divided foto lots of ail sizes to suit pun:lissom, and at Camp Dennison it valivible natural water-power,' may sixteen miles from CU:et:tea' i by rail. bale oit the pi Withal OetabUr and gide, Al Word, October Ft; Fifth street property uo tuber at, ou the premises. See postem suit Clermont county papers, Untanuttli Uomufer eial and Velkoblatt. - For further biter:nation adIross P. B. SW INU, ilattivia; VV. C. MK 1-1,101. at bh of floe, southeast corner Fifth Sun Mania, 4,40. naLitntss iit )114vAL , 014StoW . , Os 1 Spl , bet , del eel- dta tik, e , del . - 1, :-- , I --,--,,-- ,I, i -0' ;',. . 17, : ' : 43 i:Itti .1,1'- I ;4.1(11. 490, ,1 1 01,) 41. , 0044.41 ,..41 1,0 ---111' ' '11 glillo 11 oois litit . o ; oftt 1 gip .., -.1 BL 0104141, 4... ,d II-it.. ctNER . ; .1...ti.. ,rft i , , 1;9;4 11111V Viltit 11 I till 1 ' '43 il: 11i ' 1140 thtiti I . I 11 D i,-,y,) i t 1,,,,,, M I Ea , AMISEMENTIL s,"'. - GRAND OPERA110(13i D StranliniftrnirallIMWAorocCI,8 , CA.111.1-414-1111e Admission Only 24 cents tO Porto of ,las house. WICDNESDAT rirENDTG, OotObor AS, Abil young American aotress, MIS8 LILLIE ELDRIDGE,- - ' In Mr. ()haring Calloban's original comedy of SULPHUR; Of, I Ray st 8pripti Only klaridge Matinee Saturday Afternoon. Monday nextMr. OL cnitiruu am GI Kir WOOD'S TREATER.B.mm,ADLABLBri, CONTINUED SUCCESS, Of the appulartharactor Actors, , EIAICE It , FATZTION. Who will appear THIS EVENING or the Solid time in this oity, In their new itedase cesolul drama, , CONRAD AND LizErris, ' Introducing new Boum dances, etc. - Saturday, only Baker & Farms Monday nextJOILN T. BAYMONDee 4Ce mid Sellers." PIKE'S. MUSIC HALL WEDNESDAY) Oct. fa) Oranci Vocal and Instrumental Concert, bp lb 701,14gt dilitillgitiellea Piano Virtuoso, IMIZIEL. g LIE133LIDTO. From Berlin, Germany, assisted ow MIMI FLORA MUELLER, MIOS V. DE ELGROM, Reserved seats $1. To he Obtained at Dobv moyer a Newhall's. , oell-St NATIONAL THEATER COMIQUR, bycamore street bet. Third and Fourea , - MONDAY, OCTOBER la, 1E15. and due.. ing the week, will be produced in mat. inneent style, and at an actual cost of PAO, A Baldwin Bucketooe's (lot:goons ifineetnolla THE ICE WITCII, eurpassiug in- excellened - anything ever produced in thai city, Admin. sion leo, 26o, 86a and - auesr-it ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN. LARGE COLLECTION OF BAER', iAIAL ' ' II , , BIRDS ANIMALS REPTILES ðati , 1 Large Lake, Cascade Founs , tainetc., , - OS ACRE..S of r.A.1114. Open ally from 8 O'Clock. 1. n until hall astibour before Sunset. Tickets for sale at HAWLE'S,;. 164 Vine St.; M. at It, BLTRG. HEIM'S, cor. Mercer. and Vine; - A. E. WILDE'S, 317 Main St. Admission: 25 eents tor adults and 15 tante tor children. Take ears at corner Main and Plith streets via Incline Plane. - - se21-lea, , lAookout , FREE CONCERT EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENINik BY THE CELEBRATED , IX ESSIAN 'UAW' i0, Prof- J. Welirenbach. the celebrated' drum. mpr who performs on sixteen drums. will ; Chi the band every afternoon and evening. ;; FRANK 11.41111T9 Proprietor. , au28-8.1114W-tt - - LumBER DEALERS. ' MatiNI33Elt WIK LEANNA. SD COav TEALERS rig HARD LUMBER FOR CAR.- RIAGA Wagon and Furniture nee-011101 and Yard con, Clinton and Linn, Cincinnati, 06 MEDICAL. NASAL CATARRH. An abstract from a forthcoming work on disease Of the throat and air ottesaff et, by A. N. Williams. 1014 m. D, late Clinical rhysician In the Univei sity Medical College, New York City. Mailed any address for ten cents. Address the author, East 2001 st,, N. Y. , "Dr. Williamson's great success in the trra ment of Catarrhal and Throat and Lune affect renders valuable whatever come' frOm hia Pen,' Journal of Medical acience. segs-kod,P,MAWAseileemw COSIKOLINIL - - PUT ON , C S Cb1L4 I1N Because wounded nature restores It. self when thoroughly protected front gamma ' puerto action. Science aaknowledges a Ported application in CQL3moLiNa No rancidity oat decomreittion.. ilt4alIng without the slighted irritaticu or smarting. Leaves no scars. Striae ABTOUNDINta Any inflammation. old and eorrapt sorsa eruptions and sloughing wounds yield to it. , is nature's faithful ally is the struggle. Burns, Scalds, Cut, Bruises, Boils, Chafing, Poisons, Bites, 'talking T Salt Rheum, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Mumps Sore Throat, Coughkig, Frosted Limbs, Chaps -4 pod Skin. . , - t : Whoever tries It Itsecismedifis It. THE POMADE OF COSMOLINE never blit comes rancid nor loses its rich perfume. Ifi cures all scalp diseases, keeps the hair Ng, glossy and tree from gum. Ask for PLAIN COSMOLINE or toe 4 OLINE POMADE; 60 eents with the above trade mark sod name otburrik HOUGHTON at CO, od 'abet,' Sold by Druggists Conorally A mare-lv.SaVir PIANOS. ' U.' S. PIANO CO. ' $290 -'s It costs less than 11300 to make any IRO, Plano sold through agents, all of whom mast 100 per cent Wolin WO hare no anon but ship direct te families at factory price. We make ouly one style, mud have bus ont mrico-0290 net cash, with no discount tor dealers or oommissions to teachers. Our luta ber is thoroughly sousoued our oases art Double Veneered with Rosewoodbast front round writers, serpentine boternit sant - carved lege. We two the. full iron, plate witit ovetstrung bassPrench Grand Action witt tom dant errs, mut our keys erect the beet ivory. with ivory fronts. Our plane bee 1g tiotavue is it feet 9 inches long, feet 4 inched will and weighs, boxed, 915 pounds. kvery Pitted Is fully warranted for too year& Send for its !nitrated Weider, in which we refer to eyed . 'MOO Bankers, itierchauts, to., wow el whom yon may kuow), using our Platter la41 Statue null Totritorlud. NueSsit nolo whOrit Yott saw this notice. - , 1:1, 8. PIANO CO., 810 BROADWAY,' It , , , ,,1"40-991.1.Ykld,419141121 ' ' 111 g , , . ' s...,,:.-4:.",,,,:),,,- a 1- : ,, 7,,,,,,.,,,:,:r:.; , , , 1: '0" s 00500, atit. i- ,-Fiiii--s,-,.. - ; I V ', 1) 'NNW -.1'1 1 , .,. 4 of4.11 at' , I . 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