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.AOVE-HBEB II OSBMJLST AND ITALY. ' The London Times, certainly an im- partial authority, record the lnoidents of the visit of the Emperor of Germany to the King of Italy in the most glowing colors. Amid the ceremonies and "set up" applause that usually attend royal vlsitings and junketings, it is sometimes clfflouu to tell just how muoh Is spon taneous, and. how much is flotitlous, Bat in the present instance, after dis counting all that may justly appertain to mere civility and Italian courtesy, there remain unequirocal indications ol a deep-felt cordiality, of a spontaneous- uses of enthusiasm among the people themselves, that no mere stage maehin . ery oould either produce or repress. The prescribed round of entertain ments were, of course, all well enough, and oonduoted with prinoely oourtesy and royal liberality. But in them all there was plainly seen more than that There were ebullitions of sentiment, outbursts of enthusiasm, continually oo currlng, that bespoke the true popular feeling of the Italians more warmly than any cunningly devised routine of amuse ments oould possibly present. Upon hie departure the German Em peror sent the tollowing telegram to King Victor Emanuel? . At the isomeut of my quitting Italian territory I reiterate to your ilajosty the expression ol my deep-felt gratitude lor tUe attention with which you over. whelmed me during my ever-memorable stay in Italy. The meeting between us was an historical event, because we have both been plaoed by Providence at the head of countries which, after long straggles, have obtained their unity. To this the King of Italy thus replied : I thank your Imperial Majesty for the sentiments, lull of kindness, which you have conveyed to me. Ttie remembrance Of your dear visit will never be effaced from my ruiiid.. Called by .Providence to fulfill a similar task, we cap nut but rejoice at the results accomplished. Our identical position between Sovereign and people will draw closer the ties ol true friendship which binds us already together on so many grounds. - These messages between those two sovereigns clearly manifest more -of gen uine sympathy and feeling than an tH be found In ordinary complimentary messages under like circumstances. It is obvious from all the circum stances . attending the visit, that the Emperor was truly and profoundly grat 'ified by his reception and treatment while in Italy. 1 Wtom this it may be fairly Inferred that in the movements new initiated in Europe, Germany and Italy will act in unison. It is moreover clear that Ger many is aiming to consolidate her policy of Empire by establishing southern alli-: anoes, rather than northern and western., i With Germany and Italy a unit, Austria must needs conform to their joint poliey. And lor the same reason, Franae must needs be without an ally for the prose cution of any Boheroe of retaliation that site may cherish as .against Germany. The harmony of Germany aad Italy places a cordon or united action through the central whole of Continental Europe,1 from the German Ocean to the Mediter ranean. For this reason we may well appreciate the full meaning of the -Emperor's remark,' that "a good under standing between Germany and Italy must needs be a guaranty of European peace." jt OAUBLiaa MUHDER. Another murder yesterday in a gam bling bouse is announced. Why it is that these gambling house are permit ted to exist in our midst, is a query that os man can answer. Their existence as well ' as their use is under the ban of the law. Nobody can pretend that these "bells" are eonoealed, and their operations carried en in secrecy that can not be discovered. There is not a police officer on any beat in this cily that can not at any moment point to every such place within hie beat. " They are indeed as public as any other place ol public resort. Why they are permitted thus to flaunt their braaen oflense against the law, When they are capable of suppression at ' any hour of day or night, Is a wonder that passes comprehension. The shiver ing: pauper who steals a oast-off gar ment, no longer worth a mending, will be searched for by a zealous police through coal-holes and garrets till ar rested and brought to "justice;" but the same police will pass smilingly by tlie glowing lignts of gambling deus, know- , Ing that the law Is there continually set t defiance; but. there they .will make ps arrests. Occasionally, what la called ft "raid" Is made upon the gamblers. The police arm and prepare themselves for an extra duty, cunning plans and devices are arranged, ' the utmost seore ' ij is enjoined upon everybody on the street, ( I) and at an appointed time they come down in squads upon a Saw little dens that are notable to pay .... i w.MAnnw n ,1 man ri.li Ii A ilanaall. lators" off to the Station-house, there to be bailed 'lor appearance) and that is their la&t appearance. Nothing more Is done. nnvf la a rnur anil a rlkt In Ana ftf tbose gambling ''hells." Drunken and infuriated men are desperately fighting with deadly weapons. A single police officer can then make all proper arrest oil view. tXlal wounds are inflicted Murder is committed. A single officer 4s luen frufiiaicnt to assert the 'majesty ! as the "law. and takes everybody into malady, always xoepting the gam- Mi'iig-liousc keepers themselregy fu getting nausea are allowed to pro Vc'.l an ?..e:'re," MurderjU at their tlte btmMi klooi has left lie -steins np 4 be.lf.ljroli.oW. ortrae hickory shape iw'min itirunq Mwy doorway, yet the a:w:ni Midi . oontlnuos in its vlo-, lauon or toe law, unaer tha very eye of the guardians of the law. It is useless to say that public opinion will not sustain the enforcement ol the stat utes against gaming, and . the keeping of . houses and devloes for gamb ling. Such statement would be an absolute untruth. There is nothing in our criminal code, the en. ioroement of whlsh by the sternest measures of the law, would receive greater publio approval and applause than the suppression of those gambling hells, where are perpetrated butcheries of both soul and body. ' - There are two notable planets of our system, Mabs and Satcbh; now con spicuous in our evening sky. Mars is well known a a blood and thunder per sonage, having astrological supervision of wars. -His present prominence in the field of vision has rsferenoe, no doubt, to the bellicose movements In the Danublan Principalities. Saturn was the mythological gourmand who used to devour his own children; and on this aooount he beoame the planet under whioh thieves and rogues most do "speoulate;" and his oonspiouousness Just now- will aooount, we presume, for the "orooked whisky" business in 6t. Louis, ana the Confederate street rail road "speculations" Jn Cinoinnati, going on just now. These two planets are said, astronom ically, to be "in conjunction;" not ex actly In contaot, being 810,000,000 of miles from each ether, but seemingly in con- Junction, by the line ot vision. Mar is quite a near neighbor, only 108,250,000 miles awayi while Saturn, the patron of rogues, keeps himself aloof to the extent of 918,600,000 miles; yet he seems to have very zealous followers hereabouts, and a good many of, them. A TBLBGR.M from Paris of the 9th states that no less than sixty-eight plays,' having for their subject the American Revolution, have been submitted for ex amination as competing for a prize ottered for the most meritorious. When it is considered, that in France, the educa tion of public opinion is greatly influ enced by the lessons iaeuleated from the theaters, this stop for the introduction of plays on this subject may be intended as a step of no email political significance. It is one mode, and certainly an efficient one, ot indoctrinating the publio mind of, France with the seatinaeaXa that led to the formation ef cut Rejublio; and by this means the republ oaa eeutitaents of this country may become more com monly comprehended by the French peo-' pl, and lead them to tUserimiaate be-; tween Communism and true Republi canism. If the drama can be made sub servient to that end, it may serve a beneficial purpose there among masses i of people whom prosaio history could not reach. i POLITICAL KOTJKS. From present indications it would seem that Kerr, of I a, baa the inside track for Speaker of the House in the next Congress. It is not "Orpheus p. Kerr." but H. C. Kerr. The Philadelphia Inquirer (Republi can) says: Among the incidental issue (set tled by the events of Tuesday, then, are: First, the remanding ot Tammany flail te the position of a loeal fautioa&l organization; and second, the oofltirm;u uonoi samuai 'ijiuen as the present most available Democratio candidate for the next Presidency. The Louisville Courier-Journal (Dem ocrat) says: Bat for the Ohio oamnaien Sew Tork would have been wou Jjy 60.001) instead of 10,000 majority. Pennsylvania would also have been onrs. 'the result shows that the defeat may ba retrieved, and that the chanoes lur a Democratio Pres ident are strongly in our favor. The lesson is, stick to the wiuniug issues. suppress the marplots. Bring brains to the front and drown the .blatherskite. Good advice to both parties. But it all the blatherskites are drowned, there 1 will be a fearful falling off in the vote next year. It is said that the next U. S. Senator from Mississippi will most likely sign his name L. Q. O. Lamar. ' To those politicians who denounce their candidates and yet wot the ticket, the Providenoe Journal thus presents the case: We feel like the good eld Qua. ker, when he was asked to subscribe to a new Methodist oburoh, to be erected nn the site nl the old one. He oould nut oonaoientiously give money for the ad vancement ot a faith in wrhiob he did not believe. But alter a short etrugirle be tween bis religious conaistenoyraud bis natural generosity, he decided to cive tiuo toward the cost of iaorinf duton the ol&okutvk. Some Republicans in Pennsylvania are timidly nominating Gov. Hurtranft for the Presidency. That makes the list of aspirants amount to twenty-one. It has oome to pass that every Governor is a possible President. " Several party papers are propounding the question, ' Is Inflation dead?" The prevailing answer to this .political co nundrum would indloate that the infla tion corpse Is quite lively. ' Soihs Democrats In Pennsylvania are quite industriously bringing the name of Gen. -MoClellan to the front as a Presi dential possibility. Darwinism. A little five-year-old friend, who was always allowed to choose the prettiest kitten for his pet and playmate, before the other nursling were drowned, was taken to hi mother' ick room, the other morning, to see' two tiny, -new twin babies, lie looked reflectively trom one to the other for a minute or two, then, poking his chubby finger into the cheek of the plumpest baby, he said, decidedly, "Save this one!" Spring field JUeijUblloao. Ber. Sir. Kalloob, ol California, for. manly at Maasachiuetta, think that her M no snore cm tn .coins; to theater tbea (in going W a olmxaa iesldeal, but that young wen noma no to either wtaf. uiow waMng-iwi are unjaia. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. TIIS REPORT ' FOB OCTOBER, 1875. Commissioners' Office, Wednesday, Oct, 0, 1875. The Board met at the usual hour, all the members present also I. W. Goss, County So licitor. Jdinutas of previous meetings read and approved. The followingfeills were passed upon ana referred to the Board of Control: Number ot bill, S8-Thi Jt, C. K. E. Co., to damages and compensation on account ot tha cH&ousnmeiii or a county road in mmoreet euwiwnip, mown as juuoueii avenuo-j. Mo. C83 -John Brown, to damages and com pensation on account of the establishment of tne oouuty roaa in Miilcreek townsnip known as Mitchell avenue-1 ,iO0. No. 8S4 Mary J. Meohan, heir of 3. J. Moo Ban, to damage and compensation on account of thseotablinhmunlof a county road in Mill orueii townsuip known as Mitchell Avenue 8li(J. No. 585-The Brown heirs, to damages and compensation on account of the establishment oi a county roaa in juiucreea townsnip known s Mitchell avsnnt!43tt. No. 6MJ--S. (L s. Wheat, to damages and com pensation on account of the establishment ol a eounty road in MillcreeK township known as No. M7 Peter Carstens. to damairai and eompensation on account of the establishment ur a county roaa in Miiioreea. cownsuip Known as Mitchell avenue o. Ho. 688 Jacob Amnion, to damages and com pensation on account ot the estalriishmut of a county road in Miilcreek township known as Mitchell avenue $675. No. ss Catneriua Eberhardt, to damages and compensation on account of the sstablisu- nient Of a countvroad in Alillnruuk tawntihin known as Mitchell avenue 1,10J. No. fiiXt Ueni'ien Trulishe, to damages and compensation on account of tha establishment ; a county roaa in Miilcreek towaslup luiowa 1 Miichell avenui-$,S, ' Auirust Kuerts was this Aav. tm mntinn nf Wm. Buunmardner, appointed as messenger for J udge Burnet's (Jourt-nwm at com pensa -tioc of live (o) dollars per week, appointment to date trom October , lo75. ' On motion of Mr. Hater the County Auditor was directod.to make the following transfers: From county Fund to County lullrmarv In. mats Fund. 4,11u (II. ' i'lOiU lutoiestaud Sinkinar Fund tn (i bL-ck aveuue, t00 00. iron interest sua winning to Morton Koad Fund. Sl.iiCU ' From Interest and Uinkinv to North Rnnd Hoad Fund, SuringlUtd towusUin. U m. From lnteiosl and biukinv to Mnrih Itrml Bond Fund, Ureen towusbiu, VH 90. By Mr. Bauuiiiarduer: Whereas. Tha holl ers for the county hou.e are very much out of repair, and liable at any time to become sud duuly u-eioss, uud the (uttuer use thereof in their present condition is hazardous! now, therefore, Heaoiyed, That the immediate repair of one set of sa d boilers is an urgent necessity, and it is hereby ordered that urn firm. West & Bonner, be, and it is hereby authorized, to re pair one set ot said boiUnn by removing Mie Jower halves or portions, and insertion new ones in aixordauue wiilJlbe orders ot Samuel I'. JlowleB, or other Engineer, acting on behalf of Hamilton county, Ohio; aaid West & Bon ner to f urmsn said iron at fuir market rates. and to charge four days' labor, tlie whole ex- " 1IHU OA MIUJ IVpailM UWt bW KJUHMM (US S4UU Of $75J. Carried Ua..ingardnei', aej liaff, aye; aater, . in tuo matter ol toe petition for ins incor poration of Madisonviile. Hamilton countv. Oiiio; This tnsiter sMnijiir on airain to bn hea d, the Board, after hearing testimony and arguments of counsel, laid the matter over for luxUier cousitlwatlon. CliAa. HJF', Jos.C VVhitjc, J?resdunt. iioputy Auditor, Clerk. COJUUeSIONIRS1 FFICE, t raturuay, Oot-U, lt75. members nresent. also L. W. Hour. I Solicitor. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The following bills were passeii upon and 'rvferrxd tbe Board of OouUol : No. Wl To the Cincinnati Oas I.lo-ht and Coke Uumpany, for gas consumed dmiiig the dast two mouths, tiltiS 11, IH& K. ii. teuwu, County Treasurer, for1 expressac and uostagu stamps, Sill 10. . . xi4jey8, uouuty Auditor, far uoataK stamps foe juienlhul SeuMmiuu'. 14. 9i Mary Elnaey, to one month's services as laundress in County Jail, $.111, i Andiww Kiiev, Uvs' labor on the Cartnaga uimpilw, at 1 par day. til. fJS Oauiel iH.tfCari.il, io .special diet for prisoners iuCpuuty Jail, par order Jii ilry. sician,ii oS7 ine bTAB, to advertising notlca to the elei'torsof a part of Miilcreek township, 14. mr-onwitw uuui, w jroiiutsiouai g.'VV- laes m the case of the ua uf ouin va. Alt. Cussick, $W. . 6 9 J. u Flach, to meal for jurors In the cuse of the State vs. A. A. liyoter, B 60. On motion of Mr. Baumgaiuner, the propo sition o( BenJ. Jeunifer to mate tire appruaoo.es w pnuge crov how b rua, near epringuaie. in spi ingiield township, tor the suui uf Ml oeuts per cubic yard, was accepted. By iLc featur: Besolved, That the County Auditor .be aud be is herehv aufeboria,i inji directed to draw his warsut ou the County iivuuiu iuibivi ui vi itocrioruo t uempstor for tite sum uf tj si. amount of taxes rro noons Ly chargsd aud eoliuoted in JtlJs tnreugh ainistaka. Ihu tax was ehanturi ur. r stead of W. D. iJcmpster, as appears from statement submitted to this Board. Carried. BaumicafaDitr, aye; uulf, Aye', eater, ave. By Mr. but. r: Itonulvea, i hat tlw County Auuitur bo, aud be is hereby, authorized aud directed w draw ms warrant on the Oouuty ireasin-cr hi isvor of c W. Weat. airant fop John W. Uursou's heirs, tor the sum ol (19 9J, MuuuubiQ ui&w vixoiivuuniy vuargtta aud ool lected iu Ibid and 1874, the same having been twice paid, once by the Cincinnati & Balti more Bailroad Company aud once by said agent lornaul Bursou'a heirs, as peratatemjnt oa llle. Canned Baumgardnei;, aye; Mutt, aye; bater, aye. . , jjy air. aatui . jtnsoiven, xnat tno appllca tlou of Alex. Stoi buok. Aduiiuistrator of th.i eataie ol C W . Btarbuck, doceased, for a re fuuder of iaxes claimed to have - been er roneously charged aud collected on five foot of ground on the north side of Thir.i street, 100 feet west of W alnut straet, be, and the sama is hureby,' rejected; .it appearing that the alley spoken of is not pubuo property, but its Use and enjoyment is specially connected witlfcliie property abutting tnereon. carried. On sio ion ol Mr. Hun, the proposition of M. Boyeubobs to make Hit and approaches to a bridge near Silver's, on the road tmm i imnrh oreeJt south, In Anderson towusblp, for the sum of 4 cents par cubic yard, was acoeptod. onuuigiiiuuw, . 1 " bjtu, oaiCT, aye. 4jur -, rresiaont. JOB. T. Xfmrv- .Deputy Auditor, Clor. COMMissioNias' Of Pica. The Board met at tha u&uul hour nil ih. members present, also 1.. W. Goss, County So licitor. Minutes of previous mooting read and approved. iu tue matter oi tne petition or dames SrriUn, A. C Partridge aud others, to set off a separate JClectiou Freoinct in Milloraek township. Th s bung the day set for hearing the above petition, and no remonstrance having been llltd, and the lawjiavlng been complied with by publishing and gfing notice of the pending of said petition, it U heroby ordered that Isaac U. t?endery, Axariah Compton and Wm. Mo Uilliaid, three disiuteiestod freeholders and electors of this county, and now residents of said Miilcreek townsnip, are hereby appointed to set off that part of Miilcreek township de scribed as follows: "Beginning at the Junction of the eastern boundary ot said township and the M. A C railroad; theuos weatwardly on the line of said railroad to whore it crosses the Mi ami canal ; tnonoe normwsruiy with suid ca nal to the northern boundary of Section No. 5; tbeuoe eastward! to the eastern boundary of said township; thence southwardly to the place ot beginning, into a separate Eleetion Freumot, as prayed for In said petition, and as the law directs, and the Auditor is hereby di rected to uotiiy said freeholders to meet at the ollico of i'. C. Phillips, in Carthatre, on Wed nesday, the adth olOctobor.tsrs, at 10 o'clock A. M., or within Jive days thereafter, to be sworn and nrooeed to view and niako such division. and perform sucn other duties as may tw xe- UUUOUMfc HWU Vf AMW. (JHA8. HUFF, President, J03T. M" HITS, Deputy Auditor, Clerk. COBHIBSIONIKS' OFF10. The Board met at the usual hour, all the anaiiibara nreaenti also. L. W. Goss. Countv iolidior, Minutes of the previous mooting read ana approved. , On motion at Mr. Rater the bills of the Cln- and VoUuJjIatt Company, against tne IS tat ol Ohio for advorljlslng cor Win Joint resolutions of th Qoneral Assambly, ana an act relating to oenaui propoauu umvuuuiiuitt w tne cousn tution were referred to L. W. Qoss, County So- tti.ilii. - On motion of Mr. Banrngardner the claim of R. M. Moore and wife against the County for the .sum ot $1,435 It, was referred to L. W. Goss, County Solicitor. Tha followinr bids for masonry and super structure for a bridge over the west branch of tne east tor oi MiucreeK, in sycamore town' ship, were this day opened: Excavation Stone Timber uer cti. vd. Tier D'ch. Dor 1H09 ft 1. a Tepper. 7i)o . (lii a) U0 s. K. C. Fliillipa..zio ' 8 ST iiuo 3. John Horsey.... Mo - 3 44 S 99 4. John Kyan 23o 88 15 15 5.. John Li ml Suo 8 ta -1 00 5. Fat Murray.. ...18o 85 IT W gursasTBpoTrEg. D. IB AC. C Morrison I,8S6 SO Chas. Urahaia (No., l) ii,ui NaSl..... m w No. 8i :. 965 00 No. 4) 896 00 Cln. Iron Bridge Co, (No. 1) 1,980 W " (Ne-Sj. 1,011 W " I AO. 8)..., ),10V l " . INO.4) 89T 98 On motio of Mr. Huff, the oon tract for the excavation, masonry and timber foundations for a bridge across the west branch of the east fora of Miil creek, in Sycamore township, was awarded to r-iiirica murray at nis Did. via. excavating per cubic yard, 18 cents; stone, per perch, ft H6; timber for -foundations, SIT ou per 1,000 feet, B.M. Baumgardaer.sye; Huff. aye;Sater, aye. Oa motion of Mr. llauma-aranes the contrast lor the excavation and masonry and timber louuua.ioi? iur J. ifriugv across kii uqutf nn nal on the road from uleudale to Sharon, in Sycamore townshio. was awarded to Fatrick Murray at his bid, via, excavation, per cubic l,(XW ft. B.M.; stone.per perch, (2,87. U. Fepper having refused to enter into contract Baum gurdner, aye; Bluff, aye; Sater. aye. chad, nvrr, rrnsuieuv. JOS, T. White, Deputy Auditor, Clerk. COHUISSIONEBS' OFFICII, Wednesday, cot. Sotb, 1815. The Board thet at the usual hour. Present. Chua. Huff and Jacob Baumgardner, ana JLW, Goss, County Solicitor. Minutes of previous meeting read and ap proved. in tne matter oi tne petition ot . w. u in land, J acob F- Lemon aud others, for the drain- lug of clear oroek, in Anderson townshio: This being the day set for hearing exceptions to'tbe apportionment heretofore made by this Board for draining and ditching the water course known as Clear creek, in Anderson township, and no exceptions haying been hied, it is hereby ordered that the said apportion meat be aud iB herebv confirmed. chas. HUl jr, President. Jos. T. White, Dept. Auditor, Clerk. . CouKissiONKBS' Office, Saturday, Oct. Md, 1815. The Board met at the usual hour. Allioe members presunl; also, L. W.ciocs, County So licitor. Minutes of previous meeting read and ap proved. On motion of Mr. Baumgardner, the bills of the Cincinnati Times Co., Cincinnati Volks blatt Co., and Jtnquirer Co., for publishing cer tain joint i esolutious of the General Assembly of Ohio, and act relating to certain proposed amendments to the Constitution, were ap proved, as follows: Cincinnati Times Company. $3,179 65 Cincinuati Volksblatt company H-ti 00 Ciuquireri4itipauy. ff,lis lo On motion of Mr. Baumlrardniu-. the natition of Hobtirt Mitchell aud others, for thd iniprovo- mouv oi Mivdieu ayvuue, iu aailicreea town Ship, by grauUug and iuaoadmisiug ,t(ie same, was referred to I W. Goss. Countv esoliiaujr. for examiuaiion and report. fa the inattero( the petition for the incorpo ration of Mudisonvilie: 1 bis matter couiiuz on again to be heard, on motion of our. Huff action was deterred until Saturday next. By Mr. Joaumgardncr: -Sesolved. That the County Auditor be aud ho is hereby authorized and directed to draw bis warrant on toe coun ty l'reasurer in lavor of Timothy Kirby for the sum on ll 0 amount of taxes erroneously cnarged and collected (during years 18M, itfu, iix. ioia ana imi, ou M lent of Lot No. 97 on George street, iiiaiTin's Subdivision the same having been twice churxrd. as apiu ars from statement ' submitted to this Board, carried ilaum-J gardner, aye; Uun. aye; sater. aye. ' liyiur.sia.ter: liosoivon, mat tne County Auditor b and he is hereby authorized and di rented to draw bis warrant on tne County iieusun r In favor of Feudluton ft Strador for .the sum of (81 ara mntol taxes erroneously ch irge l ana collected duriug years lb.O, 1871, leiz, ion ana iei, on jot o. so, zo leut square, 'i." on no such property exists.as ajnears from statements submitted to this Board. Carried Baumgardner, aye; Huff, aye; bater, aye. Bv Mr. Baumgarduer: itesolved. That the County Auditor be aud hels Hereby authorized and airected to ojawn jus warrant on tne coun ty Treasurer In favor of Joseph bater for the sum of tt 76, aad as administrator ol Uio estate of Jonu Myers, deceased, the sum of 40 Slj as agent lor jura, x-uoue w aKeuuiu, tua sum oi (u 6 taxes errroueously charged ami collected, as appears from statements submitted to tuis Board. Carried tUaamgarduer, aye; Huff, aye; Sater, aye. On motion of Mr. Sater the Connty Auditor was insti noted to transfer the earn of $4. 70 1 f rum 'County InUrraary to runay Loan aud to Countv Fund, to repay amoun. transferred trom County Fund to County innruiary Inmate rtiud. cuAa. uvtr, Jos. T. v hite, ITesiaent. iJoputj Auditor, Clark. Commissioners' Office, Wednesday, Got. 7, isJ6. The v Board met at the usual hour, all the members pi'Osent, also C, W. Goss,' county solicitor. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. In the in utter of the petition of Robt. Mitch ell, S. H. Burton an I others for the improve ment of Mitchell avenue in Miilcreek town ship, by grafting and maca iainuiiig the Same in acorduuee with an aot of the Legislature, passvd March -V, 161, and the various amend ments thereto. bald petition was -this day presented to this Board, signe l by live, and mure than Ave. of the landholders, resident iu the .County oi Hamilton, whose lands will be assessed lor the expense of the improvement prayed for in said petition, and upon the filing of such bond as is required by law wnictt buud is accepted and approved it is hereby ordered that Amzi Mo Gill, Charles A. Miller aud John Ferris, tnree disinterested fieboluers, of Hamilton County, be appointed as viewers, and Jos. Larushaw, a competent Engineer, be appointed as sur veyor, to meet at the office of Gabriel Uirr, in Cummiusvilie, on iuusday. the twentv-thir.i day of November, 1875, at 0 o'clock A. M., and after being duly sworn in accordance with law, proceed to view ana examine said road as in their opinion public convenience and utility acquire, aud make report tliargof at the next regu ar session of this Board. It is further ordered, that the Countv Audi tor issne to the said Ami! MoGill, U- A. Miller and John Ferris, viewers, aud Joseph JSarn shaw, Surveyor, an order ip compliance here with, and that be give due notice of said moot- mi in comuliauce with the siaiute. The bond of Joseph B. Humphreys, Auditor elect, in tne sum oi szu.uuu, witu Joseph Siefert, John H. Ballopce aud H. Wiumeyer, as sureties, was this dav oresented. and the samo hainu- oorreot in form, as cert i bed by tlie Prosecuting Attorney oi aam uvuui.j, iuia pay accepted and auoroved bv this Board, ana bruered to be delivered to the County Treasurer for record and preservation. vuac Jiur r, i resuienc JOS. T. WB1IB, JJoputy Auditor, Clerk. COMMISSIONgRS' OPFIOE, batu.day, GoU 8.', DSJi. The Board met at 12 o'clock, all the -members present. Minutes of previous meeting read ann approveu. lhe lullowing bids were this dav ononed Superstructure of a bridge on the Cloves road M. RovenihoUn. tier 10B fnnt II. .Af tl KA a. 8. B. Hayes, per 100 feet B. M..... t 40 (. Geo. Shoobrldge, per 100 feet B. M... U 4. m. lioyensuoitz. per tuuieet u. in. H a os 5. Wm. H. W iggins. per im feet B. M....I 47 X B. n. iiarreu, per iw ieet u. n uu 7. James Cailin, per 100 ieet U. M.. ...... 31 SJ 8. Warns my nersoo, i for tne Job...... 28 M Making approachos to a bridge ovor llratt's crtwo. ooauioio wnu.uii, Martin Becder, per oubic yard. . ft. Uenry Holmes. do ,.i9e ..850 8. T. M. Burd, . do 4. J. W. Finney, do ....ItlKcJ Making approaches to a bridge near B. Sim- menus', nuitewater townsnip: 1. A. W. Flowers, por cubic yard 80c 2. W amsley Fierson, do laxc Approaches to a bridge near Pleasant Bon, Springfield township: 1. John Ryan, per oubic yard S3je 9. A. U-Bonham, do lf.c1 a. usnici jriamm, ao ,....-......,.wu 4. John L. Huston, do ' ..,....,.. ,.JM . C. l'ippor, do ,..yio ' Approaches to a bridge on'lhe Pawson road, Syoamere towoahint ........fS ..,..,.J5a a, Martin ueioer, uo t. Hsnrv Holmes, ' do 14H 4. J. W. Finney, do no Making approaohe to bridge aear Wsa, Uayes Miami townauipi i. JobH. Hayes, per oubio yard.. ......... l4o 3. Tlanlnl Vlnrson. do 0 8. A. C. Bonham, no vuo 4. J. W. Carr, do mo 5. W. J. Haves. do ....16 9. 8. Bittenbouse, do 90 Making approaohea to a bridge on the Biver roau, aear J. a. Auarews: 1. J. R. TTatra A Co.. ner cubln Tftrd 12c . Andrew Nugent, do do X a. A. w. a lowers, uo u ......."o A It. L. Portar A Son. do do 17o &. Dam Pierson. do do ....... 90 o. A. C, Bonham, do do , Uo 7. Costen Smith, do. do ,,180 For bridge over Dry Bun, near E.F. Jowett's, Anuerson townsnip; Siiperstraetnr Ex. atone, oor 100 f L B. M. 1. M. Boyen8uolU..lto 1 John ttyaa 240 3. Burd & Green. .Jlo g 75 IW 98 810 Bridge near Hamilton Buiatt's, inSymmes township: Superstructure uer WO JUB.M, Ex. Stone, tils . 195 l. J. M, Stewart, lde t M 2, H. Buzatt 8. Burd A Green.. .He 4. John Zind He tit 8 00 IK 2 40 5. Jno.Willougiioysoa Additional flooring for Muddy-crees bridge Delhi townshini . 1. W. S. HoweB, per 100 feet B. M li W i A. W. Flowers, ner 100 feet B. M 1 a, W. 8. Howell, par 100 feet B. M 1 97.1 jonn Kind, per iuu ieet jj. ju o Kspairing pavement oi uriuga at Anderauu s Ferry, Delhi townsnip: l. John iiuu, li. per cu. yd., ibc. etono per P. 81 76. Bridire on the Biver road, near Isaac, lnger- soll's, Miami township: eu.yd. Bcr P. perlOOIt-BM 1. Haves ft Binningei24o 12 40 2. John Zind 15a X A. W. Flowers 1MQ yis 290 2 90 215 SW) 2b9 4. Martin Barrel!.. . ..24o Si3 5. Job, H. Hayes lie i VS . M.' BoyensliolW....10o 849 7K. L. Pater Son.. l'O ti JJ 9. J. N. Carr .,..40o 214 W. il M'iuiriua Ifia 241 Job 65.0 a 10 Box oulbei't on the county line, near T. fcd- ingileid's. Bymmos uiwushi: per Dtonv ou. yd, . per P. John Wllloughby 8uo 86 i. John Zind..... ISO . 2 85 Culvert on the Werk road, near the Mark- land school-house, Green townshio : .ji. per pwoc ou- yd, per P. Geo. P.Campbell.,,.., 160 JohnZiud.. : ...He 348 Beuairius a box culvert on the Wilmer road. near 11. i.. YV limor s, uraea townsnip : fix. pec Stone ' 258 cu. yd. ....... .8 ic ..:i9a ........18o ,luo 1. .Geo. P. Campbell. 2. 1. Flamm ). l oi ter lt Sou i. John Zind Two box culverts on Harrison avenue and North Bond road. Miami township; Stone per purcb. ii 94 . 2 00 1 97 cu. yd. 1. Carr Harroll 16 cents it. J. H. Haves... ..18 cents I. Dan Pierson... , v c nts . 9J els. .12 cts. .12 cents ,.15 oeuts Casper Binninger. 214 &. job C. Bays.-..., a. JohnZiud T. Wm. H. Wiggins. I 82 2B6 Painting the Loveiand bridge: 1. W m. Stnmpe, for the lob...... ...tWX) 09 ... itJ W 2. Frau a Pollock. lor the job..,. Symmes township bridge: Frank Pollock, for the Job ...$96 00 For a bnx culvert on tne old Hamilton road. north of Uugeut' mill, la bpringdeid township: Ex. per Stone per cu. yl. perch. 1. John S. WollT 20 oeuts $3 60 2. J. Ureen 20 cents i 8. Dan r iamm 11 cents 2 79 H. Fisher 20 cents 9 4 V. Pepper .20 ueuts 8 MO Box culvert on tho i.ower Biver road, at Del, hi. Delhi townshin ; ix. per Dtonc por cu. yd. perch. Burd A Green 24 cents f S3 10 2. JohrrZiun ,..'.ie cent 195 For two box culverts on .the Gray road. Mill- oxeok township I (T.x. per Dtoneper cu. vd. Derch. 1. Burd Green 21 oeuts 13 16 2. Dun Fiaiuui. ..,.'.,i!9 cents - 2 9C BridaeoB the County, line near B. Armor's. Sycamore township ; l.X-per ;Dtone oup'ratruo re cu. yd. per i. peUUUlf.li.M. Frank Pollook....l2o ti 90 i. JihuZinU ..17o 2 90 . 12 80 J8. B.O-S'-henck.. lo 2 80 4. Joiinitun,.., iuo in 5. C. Popper J8o ' .2 bj 8 00 a. ii. c. runups iro j si ti 1. James Hayes...... S5o 2 08 2 90 For a box culvert ou Uooklus avenna. Mill- crook township: x. per intone per cu. yd. . lHcn 1. Burd A Greoa. 21 cents 13 05 2. U C. Pliillius 15 cents 8 27 & B. iii. Stewart. .. . . . . . . . . .20 cents 8 ii Suoersti'uoture of a.biidge across Bank Lick. coioiai townsnip . B. C. Phillips, lor the Job 4257 00 Bridge ovor Boss Bun, Milloreek township: jtx.per otoue bupratruc'ia cu. yd. per P. aor the Job. Pat Murray I6e 6 Si V 70 8 42 ' 8 U 2. Henry Holmes.... 17o 8. JohnZiud . ....zoo nc po 4. B. M. BiCWart....V5o C B. C. Phulips....lo m oo Bridge over branch ot Tavlor's eraek. near wm. 4rieriys, cr-oen towuenip Ex. por btone Sup'ratruo're cu. yd. pei P. R.-O. Phllllns....lla ,a .S lor the Mb. fan- uu It V 2. Porter ft tkju... Ho 2 10 8. dohuZiua 16 0 10 Bridge on the road from Montgomery Dike to saaueuai oyaampie townsnip Jix. por ibtono Bnp'rstrug're on. yd. o r P. uoriuolLH.M. ,1. Honry Holmes.. aOo 170 lilu 2. John Zind...... lo 2 90 J t iL K'raiiK POUOCK..WO s oo 4. B. M. Stewart. ....Bo 8 9J too Bridge on the FownsblB Hue. near B.-WI1. uaiusun, vrpsny townsuip. Excavation. Wtone. Bnperstructare periuuit. H. M. L B. L. Porter.. 13o 18 10 13 u 2. G. Shoobridge x u Impairing bridge near Loveland, Symmes towns ' ip. Ex-percu-y'd. Stone neroerch. Frank Pollock........ iSj i 3pu Superstructure of a bridge, on the Blverroad, Dan. Flamm, uer luu feet B. M.. Il 15. bpperstiueiure of a bridge, near Poor's. In Bnvitif-.ilttH Ini.LiuHln , . ' Per 100 feet B. M. l. Henry Holmes so i Dan. Kiainm , ft oh CPepper 2 95 4, W.K Huffman 4 Oo Bridge over a branch of Jenny's run, near ! oDwctt a, Aouvwu towusinp, . txcavatlon. Stone, Superstrqcture - periuuit,u. tl, 1. Val. Dahlhelmer. 26o 13 05 2. M. Boyensholtz.; 110 111 , 1 1 28 o. jiuai a. urtwu. . . sou p iv k p5 4. Jacob Boss, for Job..... 18 00 On Motion of Mr. Huff, the awarding of the wuwawB no uuioriuu uil.ll 'motiunv. CHAS. HUFF, President, J03. T. WHITE, Deouty Auditor, Clers. Fran or Ohio, ) - a, Hamilton I Juki IT I I, Joseph B. IIumpbrevs,Auditor within and for the County, do hereby certify that the fore going is a true and eorreot transcript of the proceedings of the ' aforesaid Board of Commissioner of Hamilton County, Ohio, lor the month of October, A. D., ltfl.i, as tue same appear from said Connuissionors' minutes. , , , In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my band aud adUed pay official seal tbi 9lh day Ol November, A. D 18.6. '' joauru ii. uirfHiisiB, Auditor. BTJOSIMI i'. WHlTg, Deputy. - A union In time save nine." A tot Ue of pr. Bull's Cough Syrup will ofte o save large uotor bills. Xej tt handy, or it oaiy coi aw ouv.i . - 1. T. U. Burd. per cubio yard. . ELABTIO TRTJSS. TrtisnevTrasali with porfict tomfort. iler to every motion ot , the body, retaining Itn p. ture under the hardesb exercise or '"Yereiil , strain until permanenU )y cured. Sold oheap br tkjiLASIIv WA CO."' IVo. 683 Broadway, Sew York City, and sent by mail. 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Depot, Pearl and Plum. Time, 7 minutes fast. Park'b'g Express ... 8:45A.lf. IdOP.M. 5rf6P.ia rarap-g f.icuaiij I 4!fi5 fcxSundar "' W."M Park'b'g Kx dally... 10 Me.u, Chllllcotbe Ao s :)!'. M. tllOF.W. 4:WA.H. U:a.m. DHUJL.U. lt5A.t. 8:0A.M. t-&IV.t. 1J:S..H IMA Uillsboro iimt.it. Uivslaud Ai ll.'lii.M. Lovelaud Ao.,, tilui'.if. LoVSlaud Ac '.. :lup.. :air.ii BALTiuoaa and ouio, via 1'AaaansBOKa. Depot, Pearl and Plum, a'me. 1 m luutes fast. RaliJmiulrAT Snn flriF.. .w. Q.'Mv w a.Sn. SatUjawni JCz dally Mt.H, 4a.k. 10:45p.if BALTIHOBB AHO OHIO. VIA COLUWBVS. D.epot.KJlevur and Front, Tune, 7 minutes last. Baltimore Ex daily.. 7:46A.V. 4:15a.m. 8 :40a. K, lialluuore ltx 7s06p.m. . SMp.as, Wtjip.S OHIO AND KISSISSIPPI. Depot, Mill and Front. Tune. 12 minutes slow. Ht. Louis Mall....... 6:30A.M. 1.0 :80p.m. 10;45p.t, OK. Mljui A ....... c:,ifA.fll, r7:B0P.M. lasp.ic, 7:40A.I. eA.K. 1:10p.m. l-.sir.it, 7 :40A.M. 1 :IP.M, 7J04-.M. :lor,M- Hi. iiouis six dais.. 7)W.m. LouisvJlie Mall 6:joa.u. Louiavlllfl VW ' SdllA.u'. iioQisvllleHx.. , S :15P.M. cmc imk ati, a amiltOk aud v attow. i Depot Fifth and B,oauly. ; Time 7 ntlauteB fast. ? Dayton Ex. dally ... .11 KKi a.m. JKKIp.m. l:l.,p.K. UavUm V.x...... 4:(Xlp,M. :IA.M. 7:16p.m. Dayton Kx. AUy.... l:60r.U. p-MA.M.. 'la:lA.M. 'i'oleiio Ax J :16a.m. 10. -oup.m. f.&r,t& Toleilo Ac. . iuicuo lb uui.... rwur.ft. uiuA.ja. J0WA.H ,.t:8Jp.. 80i,.p.M. 11 :l,i,p.M. J2 156P.M. :P.M. 8 31PM. 11:45a. K. lnillanapolls Mall., liidlaliauolll Ac... , 7:bllA.M. 10 Kip.M. , 1:4; P.M. i'UP.H. . 5:J0P.M. t ituA.lC . 7:01P.M. liMF.n. Counersvll:e Ao..., lnn.Ex(exat).... Itli'.hmond Ao Uhlcago Kx. ,, J'A.M. :(Kip.M. Chicago Exdaliy..... 7:uop. Hamilton Ac, b:si a.m. 2:00a.m. LJ OOP.M.'IO 1a M. 1 ,.A.t, Hamilton Ac... Hamilton Ao..,, Hamilton Ac... Hamilton Ac... Hamilton Ac., Hamilton Ac..., Ulenriale Ac... Uleodale Ao ... 6:J0im. 4:S0P M. ttlftP.M. vaH'A.M. OIBtp.K. 't:10p.M. :46p, 1MA..U. Tarn, lll:S0P.M. fl V. lOsJ.IA.M. 1:10P.M. 11 l' A.M. ,11:30P,H. jl:46A.l. lsl:45A.M. 6:WA.M. 8:N,A.M. 7.3SA.M. tiaop.M. eu&p.M. tswr.iu C1HOIHNATI, RIOIIMOD AMD CHICAGO. . ., Depot, FiaU uidWadlv. Tiave, 5 minutos fast. Chicago Mail 7:80AJI. yKXll'.M, 8i40p.m. RUbiuoud Ac........ gaor.M. IMtJt, -ij. Clilcuvo Kxdally.... j.-lWl'Ot. iidUAJI. ShOa.u. CIVOIIIMATI..1IAMILTON AKD IKPIAVAP91.IS. , lip .t Filth and Boadir. Tlme.7 mluuten tarn. ' tndlitnanoimCx 7:81) A.M. lOOi'.M. fiAr.a, Peoria .Ex 1... l:liP.U. 5:r.I,i'.M. 8:35A.M. Oonnersvllle Ac..... (tMr.M. Sha.iI. 8rj,p.M Peoria Kx. (ex sat.) 7 r.K. 12:00 m. JIMa.m. QBAMD SAPIDS AWO INDIANA. Depot, Filth and Hoadly. Tlmi,7 minutes fturt. Mornlnir Mall. ....... JSKVA M. C.'OP.M. :S.',P.SC. JJJIlfUtKx.CexSat.).. 7:d0l'.M- (UOa.K. 10:0" a.m. DArTON 8HOHT-HN AND CLVBLA(r, Pepot, Pearl and Plum. Time, ! minutes fast.' Boston Bx ... 7 :00A.M. tKXp.M. 4iWp.k uicveiaua kx lpw'A.M. New Tork Bx dallv.. 4 'P.M. Srlnlleld Ad....... 8:50A.M. Siirln.ileld Ae t:4rp.M. Dayton As.... AiUup.m. SharoaAo B :10p.m. 9UWP.M. 5 :15a.m. '8:50P.M. 1::)0A.M. 7:15a.m.. 6 1.4a Jt. 710 A.M. 11 :4iia.k. 7M6I-.M. 7P.M, 3 Mr M. DAYTON SUOBT-I-INa AXD OOLCIMB US. Depot, Pearl and Plum. Tim. 3 minutes last. Qolumbns Kx JflA.M. D-Mi'.M. llrEA.K, Columbus JOx 10Ja.m. 80p m. 80,5p.m. Columbus Ao l-ASif. UWPM. -KliWP.M, OiaOINNATI AND SANDUSKY. Dp rt. Pearl ana Plum. Time, 7 minutes fast. Sandusky Bx 8:50A.JT. trtWp.K. 4:0p.M Sandusky Kx dally.. 2i4Hp.M. 5:15a.m. 7:;U.M, Bellel'ontaius Ao .... t:45r.M. 8:4EAOI. (dOP.M, INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINHATI AND lAFAVaTT Bepot. Pearl and Plum. City timf. . Indianapolis Mall.... lAhK.M. 12iK,p.m. lassp.Kr Cafavette Mall 7:45a.m. lj:15p.M. hihiip.m. uiiicato ex 7:lHA.M. St, Louis Mall 7:43a.m. Martinsville Ao 2:10p.m. Indianapolis Kx...... 3:10p.m. Lafayetie ax.........' :10p.m. reorlaKx a :10p.m. Oulncy Kx..,. 3:10p.m. KautasGity Ex...... S:10p.t. isov.p.m. - 8:ip.M,i 8:40P.M. lOdOP.M. Igd.tP.K. IdSP.M, :40P.M. JS:31ip.M, :40p.k. 5r-M, 8:46A.M., 8:A.SC 1':1.)P.M. SllbA.tl H:iP.M. S :16 a.m. 8:15A.M. S :45 a.m. 8 :45 a.m. 10 :55p.m. . "8:40P.M. S:lisp.ir. mo ap'iis x. aaiiy. inwp.K. 11 Mop.m. 2 :).., . J:I5A.M, 3aoA.x, S:A.t 1 :3il'.M. 1:10A.M. , :10P.M. 71P.M, llWP.M, UlWA.U, Larayette Kx. dally 7SMP.M. Chlcano JCx. dallv 7:00p.m. 8U Louis Kx. daily 7 skip. is. Peoria Ex. 7Mf.lt. Sulucy Kx...... 7:oOp.m. ansas City, dally.. 7:00p.m. Greciisbur( Ac..'....2aop.n. Lawreunebura- Aa... t:lllp.M. V:lOP.M. U :15P.M. 8O0A.M. Valley dimetlon Ae.WAJr.M. Lawreuoebunr Ae...d0Ajt. eOA.M. l:4tr.M. WUITBWATB VALLBr. Depot. Pearl and Plum. City time. ' ' SambrldKS City ao.7iO0a.m. 8 :53p.m. 10:K8A.k aiii-rstown Ao 4: 15p.m. 2:10a.m. ':?., Connerivllle Ao 7oa.m. 30a,m. K-Mk.il, Counersvllls Ao 4ritp.M. Hair.u, ' viirrucKr osntbaii. -Depot, tth and V'sahiuKton. Covington. City time, MtcliolasvllleBx -7xAiM. :)P.M. U:p.m. S,choliutrlUe Ao .... r.M. II tHJA.M. 8:10p.m, Icbolanvllls AUx'd. 7:30P.M. 4 l'O a.m. 6U)0a.w. launouUj, Ac... 4MP.M. ,S0a.m. SlWP.u. LITTLB MIAMUrAM-UASIDLB BAST. Depot, Front end Klirour. ' Time, 7niinuefa?t, Nw York Kx dally ?:45a.m. ' ; 2 :50P M.' ietSA.tr. riew inn ba. irwi'.M. . ViWPiM. Mew York Kx dally 7MP.M. 4:lt.M. Zamtsvllls ac. IBHUk u. 8t4(lp M. , Njirlnxnal'l Ao 4:Iupm. 10:15a.m. Morrow Ac. 5:aip.m. :ia.m. IxtVBlaud Ac... LCur.p.w, ).S5p.m. Loveland Ac i::iP.M. 6h5a.m. Loveland Ac U-MrM. 7:46a.m. :4Ap M, SUSP M. t:iip., :(WP.M. 1 IS5P.M. 1P.M. 7:45PI, The 7 :45 a. M. and 4:10 P. M. trains ooumi't Mr Teilow Snrlnira and HiirlnKBeld. The Church trulu Leaves Ixrvelmid Muita.ty att A. II., aud -seiaruutfi LswresClnolnuatlattP. M. . , CINOINNATI AND MDaKFltOVM VALLNT, " Dapot, front sad Kllnour. Tims, V tnlnuts hut, y.anovrins EX.......10KIOA.M. :40p.M. tiftop.w, Olrclerlli Ao,.,,.... 4ikip.M. lfliUa.M. uupm, COLPMBCS,WT. VlUNO AND 01.BVBLANB. Depot, rrput aud Kllaoiur. Tlmol mumiealnst. Clsveiaud Ax........ 7H5A.M, tMv.u. flApj dlaSAPBAkS AND o trio. , Bnat,fxtof Hroa4ray,to jHantlnirton. JCItyTlma Blohttwud x.,.. 4lp.M, 1 40A.M. AJOP.K. 14 119 A. U I. L.M.