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WEDNESDAY.:.. NOVEMBER 84 'LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. To-MORROW being Thanksgiving day 1ut oue edition of the Star will te is sued. ' Gkorgk Zeltnkr is now agent of the Stab for Mount Auburn and Avondale. Any order left for him at the Engine Souse or the Polloe-etaUon will receive prompt attention. For the next 24 hours: Clear and Cool to-day. followed probably by cloudy or partly cloudy weather. LOCAXi BK1SV1TLES. Tite reservoir retaining wall will soon be finished. . i Unclk Dan Wolf don't want to be jlayor of Cincinnati. Lotta gives a matinee performance at 'Wood's to-morrow afternoon. ' The Star Building and Loan Associa tion has increased its capital stools to (000,000. t Hamilton cotjnty has 16 dairies, to Vbioh are attacued two thousand acres bt pasturage. ' Thkrk will be Thanksgiving servicos in the Plum-street UniversalUt Church tat 11 o'clock A. M. to-morrow. . Unclb Tom's Cabin with full strength 1 the company will be given at the prand Opera-house to-morrow after- fcoon.- Gno. W. Guysi, of Avondale, has been Appointed Government Ganger. He was Special Agent of the Treasury Depart, incut during the war. r' Miss Mary Shillito, daughter of Mr. John Shillito, the merchant prince of Fourth street, was married last evening io Mr. Henry Pendleton Rogers. Virgil P. Cook, brakeman on the Lou- IBVllle Short-line, was killed while ooup ing oars at Campbellsburg station yes terday. He has relatives at Mattoon, 111. i Mr. John Smith you all know John w-toremau of Kirkup & Co.'e Machiue SVorks, was oaned last night. Mr. Stan ley made a flowery speech on the occa sion. .i At the Cathedral to-morrow morning at half-past ten o'clock, a Kequiem High Hlass will be celebrated for ihe repose If the soul of Mrs. Mary Courtney, who thud last Monday. i Thr MoCook Encampment, G. A. E., filed its papers' of incorporation yester Bay. Trustees, John Eppinger, C. W. II. Quebbert and Albin Stricher; Clerk, John Schmidt. I Captain Smith, Superintendent of the Sanitary Police, was suspendad yestcr lay on a charge of drunkenness and leglect ot duty, preferred against him y a Mr. Berming. Captain smith has lemanded an investigation, which was granted. I The following dairymen have been re ported by the Milk Inspector to the Board ot Health as selling adulterated milk: Win. Zeigler, dairy No. 26; Isaac l'ownsend& Sou, No. 27. The latter sells hot only adulterated milk, but he skims it belore selling. I Thr Directors and friends of the Col ored Orphan Asylum will give a second Donoert for the benefit of that insiitution it Hopkins' Hall to-morrow evening, rue programme includes "pantomimes, Jeo'amatious, readings, charades, duets, local and instrumental, whistling," &u. : Mr. Frank Fox, the livery stable man f East Filth street, but pshaw I any body knows Frank. Weil, ne will be married on Thanksgiving day. at the pathedral, to the lady ot his choice, Miss 'Annie Evans. We'll try and be there to iee how he bears up under his happi ess. f Thr Louisville Globe, a bright, cheap afternoon paper, has made its appear, anoe in the newspaper world, and bears ivideuce of present prosperity and uiti mate success. J. . Morton, whose pame appears in connection with it, is one of the best newspaper nieu'iu the country. In thr meeting of the Board of Health vesterday afternoon, Mr. Fratz made a motion that all persons owning a vault cleaning machine of auy kind, whether It be odorless or otherwise, should be al lowed to use it until the 1st or next May. 'J he motion gave rise to considerable discussion, and was Anally rejected. Dr. Lord delivered bis lecture on "Queen Elizabeth," to a tine audience at -.'.i U..II ,.nj.illln. nArt.n ...... WIia VOlieg0 nail jeswiua; nuciuuvui .i ball was occupied in the eveuiqg by Dr. .1. M. Wise, who delivered the first of the Y. M. M. L. course of lectures last night. His subject, "America's 1 lace in ills' lory," was treated carefully and puilo Bophically, showing great study aud re search. In reply - to a communication from Recorder Williamson, asking whether attorneys have the right to demand the county records for use as evidence, County Solicitor (joss sent his opinion. that he did not believe the Recorder could be compelled to produce the book itself, aud thinks that upon representing the lacts to the Various Judges, they would be very apt to require attorneys, in all cases hereafter, to use certilied copies in evldeuce. President Holloway, ol the Cham ber ol Commerce, has appointed the fol lowing named members to attend the opening of the Peoria Board ot Trade, on the loth of December next: G. W. C. Johnston, Cal. W. Thomas, Samuel V. lteid, Luther Parker, Nat. Caldwell, J. W. Christy, Wm. Harvey, J. L. Drake, Jos. Megrue, L. Kennedy, P. Newhall, Grove J. Penney, Thos. A. Wrenn, A. J. Mullane, Samuel Weidler, J. W. Fisher, W. B. Maddox, sol. Levy, C. H. Kellogg, jr., B. W. Buchanan. About balf-past seven o'clook this morning, as one ot the Pendleton cars was making the descent on Broadway below Third street, the wheels began to slide, causing the horses to run down tue hill at a feariul rate. At the oorner of Pearl street the oar jumped the track ' and broke the bind wheels. The front platlorm of the car fell upon the leg ol one of the horses and broke it at the knee. The breaking of the wheels brought the car to a stand still, when li was found necessary to kill the wouuded animal. Another oar coming down the same route immediately afterward also began to slide, ran into the wreck of the first oar, and was badly wrecked. . Sometimes a Cold will not yield to or dinar? remedies, because of the sever e inflammation of the delicate lining ot the tubes through which the air we breathe is distributed to tue lungs, mis ounui lion produces Pain and Soreness, Diifl culty of Breathing, Hoarseness, Cough, Huctlo Fever, and a Spitting ot Blood, Matter or Phlegm, finally exhausting the strength ol tue patient, ana ueveiop -ing very sorious disease. Dr. Jayne's Expectorant seldom fails to remove these symptoms, by relieving the lungs ' of all obstructing matter, and healing all ui'oiiess. Pleurisy. Asmma una urou chit is are likewise cured by this stand ard remedy, and the reputation it has maintained for so raaoy years alloids 1 uie best guaranty ot Us limit. A Touthttl Swtolrie. A young daughter of Mr. Wm. Ogg, who lives near Venice, Butler oouuty, O., being reprimanded by her mother last Saturday for striking her baby sister, became so enraged that she went to the Miami river, not far distant, and threw herself in and was drowned. A sister of the suioide ran alter her, but too late to preveut the fatal plunge. Her body was reoovered. 3 he Retrenchment CtmmlHH, The Council Committee held another meeting yesterday afternoon. A com munlcation was received from Mayor Johnston stating the expenses ot his of fice to be $11,190. Mr. Fitzgerald moved that the salary ot the future Mayors be fixed at $3,000 per annum. Adopted. A motion that the salary of the May or's Secretary be reduced ten per cent., leaving bis pay $1,080, was carried. The office of License Collector was recommended to be abolished, and the salary ot the License Clerk fixed at $800 per annum. The subject ot retrenchment in the Police Department was reierred to a sub-committee of live, oonslsting of Messrs. Hogau, Rein, Fitzgerald, Eggle stonandDirr. nigh-Handed Yitlainif, The Star some time ago had an arti cle detailing how a polioeman named Cissilo performed a mock-marriage be tween au abandoned woman of the low est grade named'Mary Nash ( who by the way, nas a nusbana black as the ace or spades), and a dirty vagabond who hap pened io be in one of those wretched slimes on Third street when the officer made a visit there. Well, he shows up again in a light that is less flattering than that little circumstance. It will be remembered that last spring two Italian paurones, one oi wnom is this same lei low. Officer Cissilo, were arrested and tried on the charge ot cruelly treating three small Italian boys who were in their employ as street beggars and musi cians. Cissllo's partner was convicted aud sent to the Work-house. The boys were sent to the Refuge. A friend of the Stefani boys wrote to their mother in Italy, iuformiug her of b el boys' misfortune. In response ft the letter, the boys' uncle, Kilaelo, came to this city last week to effect their release and take them home to Italy. He was recuniiueuded to see Officer Cissilo as to. the proper steps to be taken, and, in shoit, they were given in charge of the offioer, who took them to his residence, 43 Race street, wnere the uncle met them, and was about to depart with the boys, when this sweet-scented officer pre sents a bill of $75 for services rendered. To this the uncle demurred, but finally nave him a uoie lor the amouut, indorsed by the Italian Consul here, and started East last Sunday night. Tney got as lar as Columbus, where they were arrested by the police on the strength of a telegram from this city, purporting to have been sent by Col. Sueibaker, Chief of Police. The day following up goes Cissilo, and, taking charge of the "prisoners," brings them back here, and takes them to his own house, where this time he diotated his owu terms to the outraged Italian, and uenianaeu one nunureu uouars in casii, In addition to the note for forty dollars already given. Kafaelo, alter consider able trouble, and by the help of some kind-hearted Italians, raised -the money, and this time he -and the boys are iree. Comment is unnecessary; but if that bloocl-iuoker, who ha thus disgraced the police toroe, is much longer allowed to wear a uniform, tuen the Work-house bad belter close its doors. Amuwmenu. The Grand opera-mouse. Consider ing the oold and disagreeable rain Miss Coombs drew quite a good audience lust evening at the Grand. The few that did bravo the weather, however, were richly rewarded lor tueir pains, by as fine a representation of iiulwer's beautiful play, "The Lady of Lyons," as was ever seeu in this city. A star, such as Miss Coombs, with taleuts ot tho highest or der, aided by a refined and classical beauty, as "Pauline," supported by as handsome a "Melnotte" as ever walked the stage, could not fail to arouse au au dieuce if they were any other than stone, especially in the fourth act, when "Claude" leaves with "Dumas" to join the army in Italy. It almost reminded oue of the storied accounts of the great Forrest and miss miian t ree, tne origi nal '-Claude" and "Pauline" in this country. Mr. Roche was especially happy in the lines descriptive of the palace by tne LU&e oi jonio, ueginuiug: "A deei) vale Shut out by Alpiue hills (rom the rude world Near a clear lake, margined by fruits of gold Ana wmspenug uijiuua. , It wou for bim a thundering round of applause, wnicn ue graceiuiiy acknowl edged. ' The "Beauseaut" of Price, the ' Danias" of Bradley, aud the "Gravis" of Suine were very good, indeed way be yond the ordinary, while Mrs. Knea s as Widow Melnotte" was deserving of special praise. The "Hunchback" will be given this evening, anu to-morrow eveuiug the "School for Scandal," with Miss Ccombs as "Lady" and Mr. Bradley as "Sir Peter Teazle." upon which ocoasiou our public may look tor something out ol the conimou run. Wood's Theater. Loita's house suf fered very little troin the rain last even ing, and though all was chin aud gloom UDon tue outsiae, "uium urigut jsiyes" was as cneenui ana nappy wiiuiu, us a cricket. Pier audience too, seemed to partake ot her nature and all went mer ry as a marriage oeu. tne support was magniuceut, uusseii, L.ocse ana Ed. Marble by turns carrying the audi tors with them. Locke especially was L'ood. bis make-up being one of the very best that we have ever seen, aud, if it were not tor mat oniy laminar voice which it is absolutely impossible to dis guise, as it muttors, "Excuse me, ex. cuse mll you please," his motner would not know mm. air. uoounon. oarrinir a bad voice, is a good actor and was well reoelvea last evening, "juusette" mati uee to-morrow afternoon. Thr National. Mr. France drew an. other good uudienoe last night at this bouse, the attraction being his sensa tional play ot "Marked tor Life." Ue is talented actor, free from an affecta tion, and his character of "bkid" is equal to anything we have ever seen in the sensational line, manuee at tais house to-morrow afternoon. Mike Flinn became enamored of a handsome grey Ulster in the possession of Thomas Drury, even preferring it to a Thanksgiving turkey. He seized upon it, and was about to depart, probably to the North pole, a port wnere ulsters they say are much -in vogue. Drury remon strated, and oalled in Officer Benuinger who escorted Michael to the Hammond street Station. Mike will eat bone turkey with mine host Morgan to-morrow. , i, Mr. Thomas N. Doutney, the well known temperanoe lecturer, from Bos ton, will deliver an address in Wesley Cnapel. Thursday evening, November i(Hh. Admission tree, aud a general iu. YitattoB extended, " THROW PHYSIO TO THR DOG 8 J I'LL HOIK OF IT." We do not In the least feel like blaming Mao bftth tor this expression ot august; indeed we are rather Inclined to sympathize with him. Even now-a-davB most of the cathartics of- tureu tv tue public are great, puis, tne very appearance ot whioh is sumoient to " turn one's stomaoh." Had Macbeth ever taken Dr. Pierce's Ploasant Purgative Pellets he would not have uttered those words ot con tempt. It is really encouraging, when one is ill. to find that a little Buarar-eoated Pellet, no larger than a grain of mustard, will as prompt ly produce the desired effect as a dose ol great, nauseating pills. These little Pellets, unlike other cathartics, are really nature's physio. They do not debilitate, but tone and invigorate the system. No family should be without Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets. 50,000 will be Paid for any Bemedy which will cure Chronic Rheumatism, Pains in the Limbs, Back and Chest, Sore Throat, Insect Stings, Croup, Dysentery, Colic, Sprains, and Vomiting, quicker than DR. TOBIAS'S VENETIAN LINI MENT. Established in 1847 j .never fails. Sold by the Druggists. Depot, 10 Park place, New York. Ihe Weekly Star. This week's Weekly Star, now ready, contains the latest news by telegraph, a summary of the important news ot the past week; particulars oonoerning the death of Vice President Wilson; the St. Louis Whisky King Trials; leading edi torials on (Business Failures, American Cotton Goods, The St. Louis "ltichness," Our Export Trade, The Situation in Eu rope, Death of the Vice President, Ohio and the Presidency, About Politics and Politicians, &o., Ac, together with a large amount of newsy editorial para graphs. Local and Suburban News, In teresting Correspondence, Humorous Gossip, Poetry, Personals, Book and Magazine Reviews, Interesting Stories. Choice Literary Beading, Agricultural Matters, Beading for the Home Circle. Religious News, together with a full and ooniplete Home and Foreign Market and Financial Beport, fco., &o. Prioe 4 cents, in wrappers, ready for mailing. MAUH1ED. WOEtET MACK On Tuestfay evening. November '3, at the residence ol tho bride's parents, by .Elder Wm. P. titration, Mr. Jere miah Minor Worley, I'rofessor in Nelson's Mercantile College, and Miss Mollie A. Mack, ctuiiK'D er ot James Mack, Esq., No. 1,406 East ern avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. NOTICES. X, P E P P A. M 1, MANUFACTURER OF Saddles, Harness, Collars, &c, No. so East liftn at, del8-ly,y,MAW CINCINNATI, O. Ci. W. HAltlUS, Manufacturer ot Mattresses and Betiding A ND DBALEH IN WOVEN WIRE AND XV all the New Style Spring Bed Bottoms, No. ltju W. Fifth St., Cincinnati O. de25-ly FM&W Mr. Alfred White WOULD present his compliments to Ladix9 and Ukntlkhkn, and be happy to have thein examine ihe (ira'iite Statues ol " Hope" and the " Angel Uabriel," now being sculp tured at hii rooms, ' No. U57 West riftU Street. decll-lv The Great Modern Discovery. DR. IHOKHIS' SVKHP OF TAB, Wild Cherry and IKorehound. cures consumption anil spitting u uiooa. Cures bronchitis, asthma, catarrh and weak lungs. Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness and all throat dinicultins. Never falls in whooping cousrh or croup. Strengthens the voices of speakers and vo calists. Ask your druggist for it, and take no substi tute. J. D. PARK & SONS, Fourth and Wal nut sts.. Cincinnati, O., General Agents. Uca-lw-jelB-W.t'&M-lyl GUARDIAN SALE. Tito personal proper ty belonging to tho estate of Lorenzo D. Sine, a lunatic consisting of office furniture, two Hall's safes, curpets, one Potter press 34x 5!, one l'otter press 25x16, printing ofhee com plete, and other property, will be sold, at pub lic auction, at the Excelsior Building, south east corner of Race and Lougworth streets, on 1675. commencing at ten o'clock A. M., and will continue from day to day thereafter till the property is an soiu. ouu.t v. juukuis, Guardian of L. D. Sine. J. Q. & H. Douglass, Attorneys. noft)-l5c Rubber Stamps, at 201 Race nX. jyn-tf RELIGIOUS. mABERNACLE CONGREGATION. Ilobin I son's Opera-house, Henry D. Moore, Pas tor. THANKSGIVING MORNING, at 11 o'clock. The meeting will continue one hour. "As well the i niters as tne players on lnstru mcnts shall ba there." Mis. DeRoode Carrick will sing the beautiful recitative from Handel's Oratorio of "Creation," "With Verdure Clad," etc., accompanied by the full orchestra of brass and reed instruments, uuder the direction of Prof. C. M. Currier. "Come Before II is Pres ence With Singing." Programme of sacred song: 1. Voluntary Orchestra, "Nabbuco;" .2. "Bcfere Jehovah's Awful Throne:" 3. "Joy to the World, the Lord is Come;" 4. Offertory 'Orchestra. "Miserere,'" Verdi; 6. "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name;" 8. "Watchman, Toll us of the Night:" 7. "My Country 'tis of Thee, onio aud welcome. 1 HOLIDAY BOOKS. THE BOOK for the HOLIDAYS. .OUR Poetical Favorites. SECOND SERIES. By Prof. A. C. Kendriclc, of Rochester Uni versity. One vol. large lSino. Printed on Jiose Tinted Paper, aud voir elegantly bound in combine 1 black and gold stamping. Price, t'i. It will be by far the moat Elegant IIoo1l of tne Year for the l'rite. This volume is mailc up of selections from the chocost longer English pooms. Tho great success of the " First Series of Our Poetical Favorites " will secure to this vol ume a lurge sale. We have also ready an entirely new edition of Oilr Poetical Favorites. FIRST SERIES. Uniform with the new volume in both paper ana oinaing. , RECENTLY PUBLISHED: 1 By Mrs. Annie Edwards. One vol. Stvo. Pa per, $U Cloth, SI 7S. Lectures to My Students. By Bev, C II. Spurareon. One vol. 12mo. Price, Either sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt tf tne price. SHELDON & COMPANY, It - NEW YORK. RAGS, PAPER, &o. JOHN McCALL & CO., DEALERS IN BAGS, PAPER, and all kinds ot Paper Stock and Metals, No. m Wal nut street, Cincinnati, O. Highest Cash Prtoe paid for RAGS, and consignments promptly remitted for. liaS" WANTUD-SOO tons old books, pamphlet and newspapers, and too (onsraf M-J CLOTHING. THIS EVENING, JAMES WILDE, Jr., 8c CO.'S GREAT POPULAR SALES OF GOOD. CLOTHING will be open until 9:30 o'clock, and TO-MORROW, Thanksgiving Day, until 10 A. SI. We be the Lowest.' S. W. Corner Fourth and Race Streets. OYSTERS, 9, OYSTERS FSB ME ROBERT ORR & CO.'S Delicacies and Luxuries for Thanksgiving. MALT B Y S O H T HE Turlievs for all Creation ! Game and MAITBY'S H. & Which we euarantee'the best sold brand stamped on every can, II. & M. or O. S. M. DON'T BUY AW SVPITI?!? an1 vaiv tmrt 1 1 ohvavO oaf Tflt Oirfifora. Or1 Am ff.T any quantity promptly filled. no22-2t-M&W FURNITURE. FURNITURE When you want to buy tion, or at any price from the highest to the lowest, buy from the Manufacturers. . Remember, Our Prices are the Lowest. THE MITCHELL & RAMMELSBERG FURNITURE COMPANY, Nos. lOT, lOO, 111 and 113 West Fourth Street. sel-3m,W8 HATS AND FURS. SAVE YOUR MONEY ! BUY YOUR HATS AND FURS -AT II IE IV I L. 13 YS, Fifth and Central Avenue. sell-S&Wtf FURNISHINO O00D3, &o. SHIRTS TO ORDER, FROM MEDIUM TO FINEST GRADES. FULL LINES IN STOCK, Of our own Manufacture. WILSON BROS., 79 Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, (PIKK'S OPERA HOTJSK). And Nos. 01 and Oil Washington St., Chicago HeiO-ly.S.MAWl MEDICAL. NASAL CATARRH. An abstract from a forthcoming work on diseases of the throat aud air nassawea, hy A. N. AVUUam lon, M. D .. late Clinical Physician in the Univer sity Medical College, New York City. Mulled to any address for teu cents. Address the author, 38 East 30tli at., N. Y. , , . "Dr. Williamson's great success in the treat ment of Catarrhal and Throat and Lung alffCtlous renders valuable whatever comes from his peu" Journal of Medical Science. 8eiJ-0uid,K.MAVV'&c3ll6mw CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. NOW IS YOUR TIME. HOLIDAY GOODS constantly arriving at theOOcStoie. UHILUKKiVS FURS a specialty. A full line ot Toy Furniture, Hobby Horses, ftc. Staple and Fancy tioods in great variety. 80 Foun tain Square. noU-lm ATTORNEY'S. G.B.HOLLISTER, ATTOR N E Y-AT-LA W, No. SSO Walnut Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. noil-inn . BEWINO MACHINE. THE LITTLE DARLING, 3 A PERFECT SEWING M A.CHINK FOR LIUUT WORK. JUST THE THING. Sent Free to any address on receipt of 'i'hrne Tlnllnra. FAIRCHII.U A CO., 116 Bleeckor. St. , New York City. sr. u. Address uox ,13t. 0C25-Sm AGENTS WANTED. BANKERS. CASH CAPITAL. .. 8300,000. Larkin,Wright&Co. (Late JO&C F. LARKIN CO.) P3 ANKERS, 25 W. Third Street, , noli-tj., ' . CINCINNATI. , Guarantee our Prices to Ai TURKEYS O Y SIEBS MILLION! Fish for Everybody ! M;'s or G. S. M.'s, in this market. Recollect the ROBERT ORR & CO., 115 W. Sixth St., Cincinnati, O. Furniture of any descrip FINANCIAL. LEA, STERRETT & CO. , BROKERS, 2 Weit Third Strest, Cincinnati, Buy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Oold on mar gins, at New York Stock. Exchange. Slock privileges negotiated. JylO-tf LUMBER DEALERS. WM. HANNA te CO., T E AXERS IN HARD LUMBER FOR CAR XJ KIAGK, Wagon and Furniture use. UfHce and Yard cor. Clinton and Liuu, Cincinnati, O. sel-W,3m RESTAURANT, Sec Capt. CASPAR CAMS, ' Wine, Lager Beer, Billiard, Ten Pin Alley and fiestaurant Saloon. No. SIO Walnut no8-W&S-ly Street. PROFESSIONAL. UitHopaOito Phyeiciani. WM. OWENS, M. r-, 8. W. Cor. Soventh and John Sts. Office Hours From 1 to V A. 41., 1 to 8 and o to v. at. Dr. Elmira Y. Howard) DISEASES OF WOMEN. No. 183 John street, Cincinnati, O. Office hours. It to feblS-ly Dll. O. W. LOUNSBUltY, Residonce and Office. 9. W. Cor. Seventh and Mound sts. Office Hours 8 to 10 A. M.J 2 to s r ih. i tin w o r, m. Drs. SLOSSON & BllQNSON, N. K. Cor. Eighth and Mm sts. Office Hours From 1 to 10 A. M., 1 to 8 and O to o Sr. ju. 6" Ophthalmic and Aural Rooms, for diseases of e Eye and Ear, 223 West Fourth street. surgeon in Charge T. P. WILSON, M. T Drs. Bradford & McChesney, Office 68 W. Seventh Street. OFFICE HOCUS i FROM 10 A. SI. TO 4 P. M. Dr. T. C Bradford at home from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Or. A. C. UcChesney at home from 1 to 4 p. in. ' dolJ-ly VenHttt. II. M. ltl!ill, Ientit, SW Vine strcot, three doors above Eighth street DH. JT. TAFT, DeiitiMt, EDITOR DENTAL REGISTER, lir Wet Fourth Street, dci4-lv CINCINNATI, a -4tarnv. HENRY A.. RILEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, No. 21 Park Bow, New York, Collections promptly made in all part wi wb ami. aeoi-cc FOR RENT. FOR IfcEJNT. The entire 4th and Sth floors of , THE STAB BUILDING, Ni. 830 Walnut Street, Suitable for light manufacturing purposes, with or without power. &y For particulars call at STAB OFFICE. aot-u Cincinnati Type Foundry Co C. WELLS, Treasurer, ' 801 VINE ITHKET. ; tS-The type for thie pper csmei ' AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. B. MAOIVUT, Manager. Continued suocess of LOTTA, In ber new play of M U SE TTE KTEBT EVENING. Grand extra Matinee Thanksgiving day, Lotta as Musette. Nextweek-FCRBI8H'S FIFTH ATENC9 COMPANY. GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. Artistlo success of the Great Actress, Miss JANE COOMBS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, November Hi THE HUNCHBACK. THURSDAY EVENING, November 25, , SCHOOL FOB SCANDAL. FRIDAY EVENING, November 38, 1 LONDON ASSURANCE. SATUBDAY EVENING. November tt, INGOIUAR. Grand Thanksgiving Matinee Thursday Af ternoon UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Admisstosi only to cents. NATIONAL THEATER C0MIQU1 Sycamore street bet Third and Fourth ate. MONDAY. Nov. 93d, and during the week, the young American Actor. S. C FRANC K, ia the great sensational drama, In three acta, MARKED 1 OK LIFE. Admission, 16c, iic, DM and 00c auBO-tf THANKSOIVINO. ST. NICHOLAS RESTAURANT. The proprietors would be pleased to receive their friends and patrons on Thanksgiving Morning, and entertain then with a Grand Lunch. COSMOLINB. PUT ON COSMOIilTVE 'Because wounded nature restores It self when thoroughly protected from atmos pnoric action. Science acknowledges a perfeot application in COSMOLINE. No rancidity ot decomposition. Healing without the slightest Irritation or smarting. Leaves no scars. Ba- SDLTS ARB ASTOONDINOl Any inflammation, old ana corrupt sore,1 eruptions aud sloughing wounds yield to it. U is nature's xaiimui any in too sruggio. k Burus, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises, Boilj, Blistacv Challng, F.iisens, Bites, Flies. Itching Tetter. SaltKhuum, ltheumatlsm, Neuralgia, Mumps, Soro Thioat, Coughing, Frosted Limbs, Chap ped Skin. . - ' ' '- Wlioover Uses It Bseommsnas It, ' THE FUMADE OF COSMO LINK never be comes rancid nor loses its rich perfume. It cures all scalp diseases, keeps the hair soft, glossy and free from gum. S9 A ,k fro. PT.iTH (TnSMOT.IVIl! iw ter- COSMOLINE POMADE; 50 cents a bottle- with the hove trade mark aud name of Ju. av HOUGHTON A CO.. on labeL Sold by Druggists Generally maau-iT.SJfcW LEOAL. LEGAL NOTICE. Ascher Ilellcr. a oom. resident of tne State of Ohio, will take na nce tnac juarv Ann aiuucn. oi Cincinnati Ohio, Hid, on the 87th day ot October, A. D. 1815, flic hor petition, No. 81,908, m the Com mon j'leas uourc oi Hamilton county, unio, against J. C. Hanover and said Ascher fleller. Ucgmg that sue is tne owner ana uona no older of a certain promissory note made, exo cuted and delivered by said J. C Uanoveroa th j ith dayoi September, iw)?; mat on saia uay the better to secure the payment of said note, the said J. C. Hanover made, executed and de livered, unto said Mary Ann Mullen his ceitai mortgage deed, whereby he conveyed to the said Alary Ann Mullen the following described real estate; All that certain lot os parcel of land in tho countr of Hamilton and State ol' Ohio, in the northwest quarter of Section No. 4, township two, fractional range, two, In the Miami Purchase, beginning at the northeast, corner of Lot No. 2, on plat of partition of the estate of John Freestone, deceased; thence noill) 6W degrees, east 15 uO-iOO chains: thence south degree, west 9 98-100 chains; thence West 10 OU-1UV C11U1UB, uieiicu BUIIU UU . cast 9 61-100 chains to the beginning, contaia ing IS 4U-100 acres, and being Lot No. t in the said plat of partition by Commissioners among the heirs ol John Freestone, deceased, as re- coraeu lu nut jiuo& no. z, pbd xm, buu .iirm said mortgage was recorded in Book No. tDi, page iM. oi toe Hamilton county necorus: aoa that the equity of redemption of said J. 0 Hanover and A scher Heller may be foreclosed-, and the above described premises be sold, and out oi tne proceeusoi aucu saie tne amount uue ..... :l A..- ni.tui... ... uiv niti. l in i, i Alia uuuiiou iu. iro w u.i jiniu. And said defendant is bound to answer or de mur to .aid oetltion on or before the 36th day of December, A. D. Ibis, otherwise the sanu will be taken as true Forrest, Cbaui.S A Maykb, Atttorneys. Cluviuuati, October !, law. ocrt-6tW LEOAL. The Btn(e of Ohio, Hamilton Com. nion Pleus. No. 47,680. Arymlnta Vaa Ausdai. Minnie Sadler, a minor, six yean ot arc: William H. Stidler, James Ooudy and John Goudy, of Henry county, In liana; ant) tho unknown heirs of Abram uouuy, deceased! Apn Kunyau, ot Henry county, Indiana; Ura nia Byan, Julia A. Barcus, Henry Walked Mrs. Indiana Baruard, of Cass county, Indi ana t.liA iitiVnnuR hnli. nt 1'ayfwAll Ita.nA. deceased; Mary Winings, ot Tippecsnoe ; oouniy, imuaua; Margaret uaruner, wnoet wheieabouts are unknown: Sarah Epply, Han nah Cole, of Meadviile, feunsylvauia; Care- 1 i ii o "1 rM ni .I lI.ra.uMiinl. IT . a If .nil Congo, whose residence Ib unknown; Maria) Congo. EWbsaa Zwickal, Elixa Jane Layto and George Alvy Cingo, whose age la un known, all of Kipley county, Indiana; Ira Wilkinson, and Mundine Wilkinson. Daniel Wilkinson, Hannah Uoborts, Catneilne La7t James Wilkinson, Alvy Wilkinson, all at Crawford county, Indiana; Noah Wilkinson, of Montgomery county, Indiana; Stcpoaa Wilkinson, whose residence is unknown, de fendants, will take notire that Alvy T. Barnea, John Is. Barnes, btephan B. Barnes, James La Barnes, Elizabeth Gruzard, Sarah Boblneon, Eleanor Sine, Ann M. Barnes, Abigail Barm aud Sarah J. Foster, plaintiffs, did on tho UA rlHv .if N,.vainhMF. lHT.1,. nln fcliMir AArtuin nott- llon in the above Court, praying for partitionist the following described real estate: Situate ia Colerain tuwnthip, Hamilton county, and Slat of Ohio, the sunie being in the southwest quar ter of seotlon fourteen (14), township two (SL first entire range in the Miami Furcnasi', and bounded on the south by the lands of Alvy T. Barnes, on the west by the lands of C. My ere, and on the north aud. east by the lands belonging- to the heirs at law of Daniel Barnes, da. oeased, containing llfteon (15) acres, stria measure, and is familiarly known as Catherine Sparks' place, and unless said uefeudants an swer or demur by tbe 16th day ot January ltfiS, the matters and allegations ooutainej la said nlaintlffs nelition will hit t&knn tm btmm. aud that partition of said premise) will fc made, or such i roceedings Imd as are autb.se taedbylaw. MILTON SA'l'KU, ' AftitrnAV Inr VlnJntiflk. LINCIMNATI. O.. NOVml)0r X4ttt. 1B7S, .. , . vW-tW .