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THE CINCINNATI DAILY STAR.
T77"VT 1 1 I TEH CENTS
TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 15. 1877.
TUTU CEXl'J I
V KJXJ. 11.1 PE
One wook only, commencing Monday, May 14,
TKXAS JACK (J. R. Ohohondbo)
Scout and Indian combination,
Comprising Texas Jack, Donald McKay, The
Poerless Morlac hi, Maud Oswald, Tribe of
Sweetwater and Warm Spring Indiana, Jack's
War Pony, ".Modoc," .Maua Oswald's Indian
Pony, "Eagle Eye," in ihe now Frontier Drama
dt Harry Seyino r. entitled
texas jack in the black hills.
gatli.ees Wednesday and Saturday,
ox Ollice now open. my!4-3t
Continued success of SOLDEXE and her
eomplete English Opera-Bouffe Company of
40 Artists, an I the Croat Dancer M'lle SAltA,
who will appear at each Opera in a Gi and
Quadrille Cat nivalesquo. THIS (Tuesday)
ls.VENI.Nli, Slay 10 (first time) Pouiet and
Poulette. AEON'ESD A Y at 2, Matiuoe-Chil-peric.
WEDNESDAY at8 La Fillt) do Mad
ame Augot. TllUHSDAi (first time) Belle
Hchne. FRIDAY Madame L'Archlduc.
BATUKDAY at 2. Matinee Belle Helene.
BATUKpA Y at 8-Farewell night. Miss Sol
deno will appear in eiich opera.
Monday, May SI ltcturn of the great suc
cess, "The Bnardlng-llousc" Company.
FOR RENT ROOM A nicely furnished
room for two gouilomen, at 240 rruni street,
between George and Seventh streets.
LOST RING On Sunday evening. May 13,
between Uioadway ana Main, on Fourth,
fci ou Wain, between Fourth and Sixth streets,
blue onyx ring attached to a b:ack silk rib
Don. A liberal reward will be paid if returned
I to D. I. KENNEDY, City Water-works 011i.ee.
I , 15-at
"VI ANTEU-SIl'UATION-To cook, wash
t II and iron, by a good girl; city or counirv.
Apply at 148 Clark street. 15 -3t
WANTED SITUATION By a flrst-class
cook, who will assist with washing and
ironing; reference given, hi Butler street.
TJOARU1NG -Furnished front room, with
JD boarding, at northeast corner Fourth and
Plum streets. 15-3t
BOARDING Good day board can be had at
68 East Fourth street; also furnished and
unfurnished front rooms, In good order; ref
erences exchanged. 15-8t
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE FARM A larije and well im
proved fin in of 320 acres, in Huntington
County, Indiana, 24u acres cleared; two large
barns and three good houses; will soil cheap.
Address GEORGE W. SPENCER, Marion,
Brant County, Indiana. 15-fSt
FOR SALE-FARM -Good farm of Vl
acres, situated . miles from Williams
burg, in Clermont County. Farm in good or
der. Will sell on very easy terms. A good
ebanco for any one desiring it to get a good
borne. Address B B, 8., Star office, 2:.0 Wal
nut street, Cincinnati, O. Jy25d&Jv27w-tr
WANTED WASHING Persons wishing
their washing done In the country, can
address GIBBS, Mount Healthy, Ohio. 10-5t
WANTED MILL A 211 orSUluun geared
mill, under runner preferred; must be
cheap and In good order. Address Lock-box
1W, Pana, 111. 10-6t
"WaNTED-BOYS-To sell papers for this
WANTED - P A R T N E It - With about
t5,00 i, in a new kind of business, with
assured success; nothing alike in this country;
native American preferable. Address Post
offloe Box 181, Piqua, Ohio. i5-6t
pOR SALE-BUGGY Phaeton top buggy,
40 East Eighth street 15-3s
"I70R SALE SI'OltE Capital stock and
JP fixtures of a retail boot and shoe store, at
If West Pearl street. 15-lt
T?OR SALE C1GA It STAND In Walnut
r street House, at a bargain; Is doing a good
business. Reason fur selling, owner is going
out of the city. iJ-8t
T7 0R SALE FEATHERS Large 4i-lb.
JT pillows, $1 each; 85-lb. beds, t, choice
feathers, 15c per lb. Fenthcrs renovated. C.
W. MORRISON,' 91 W. Sixth street, between
II ain and Waluut, fourth floor. mn-20t
FOR SALE STANDARD PAINTS Ready
for use; quality fullv guaranteed, whole
sale and retail. F. II A MM H & i o ., Central
White Lead and Color Works, 177, 179 aud
l East Pearl street. myl4-3t
" Cream of the West,"
These favorite brands are made at the WEST
END MILLS (James K. Hunn's), Sixm street,
near Freeman. Call and leave your order. De
livered free. Satisfaction guaranteed.
fOR SALE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
Population 3,0 0. For information address
it. W AL ION, Rising Sun, Iudiaua. 10-5C
FORSALE HORSE Bay horse, 16i hands
high, sound, works single or double; can
trot fast. Stable coruor Race aud Luugwurth
FOR LEASE A COUNTRY HOMK Com
modious Bouse, large and beautifully im
proved grounds; rent $1:. per month'. lusuire
of MR-:. C. L. JONES, near I ollene Hill J unc
tion on Hamilton g Dayton Railroad 10-5t
rOR RENT BRICK COTTAGE Of three
rooms. Inquire at 380 Court. ' 15-4t
iOR RENT IIOCSE-47.1 West Seventh st.
Inquire at Z. B. COFFIN'S, 117 W. Filth
X OR REN T HOUSE Three story brick, 9
X rooms, hall aud b.ith, No. 110 Park street;
vent low. m-3t
T?OK HENT-UOUSIS-And store, 1 25 Cent -Jj
ral liven lie, opposite Ninth street. Apnly
OA the premises at 10 A. M. 15-St
TOK KENT HOUSE Of 6 rooms and kitch
JL en, No. l'3 George street. Inquirj at No.
13 West Sixth street. 10-4t
TOR RENT HOUSE And lot, in Wyo
I. ining. For tonus apply to D, L. BISHOP,
lias Company's office. 10-3t
FOR RENT HOUSE Brick, 8 rooms and
bath room, on Laurol street, in good order.
Apply at 8J John street. lu-tl
JHB RENT HOUSE Three story dwoll
v ing, all modern conveniences. Apply on
tiemises, 0tJ Main avenue, Mount Auburn.
fOR KENT HOUSE Three story briok,
10 rooms and bath room, No. 204 ( onrt st.,
(ptween Elm and Plum streets. Key at gro
ry, coiner Court and Plum. Apply to AL
IX A N DER HILL, No. 63 West Fourth street.
Monitor OilCook Stoves.
The success of this Stove is assured from the
fact that the hundreds now in use in this city
are giving perfect satisfaction. They are not
only perfectly safe, economical, and easily
managed, but the comfort of aookiag without
suffering from heat Is of itself sufficient rea
son for having a Coal Oil Stove.
Please call and see them in actual operation
at 2.6 Elm street.
COLBY, HUTCHIN8 & CO.,
COUNTY AGENTS WANTED. It
NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
been duly appointed Administrator of the
estate of Reun Hawkins, late of Hamilton
vouuiy, uuiu, deceased.
ISAAC VAN SAUN.
W. II. Mathews, Attorney.
May 15, 18:7. my!5-3tTu
Probably fair or partly cloudy weather
for the next twenty-four hours.
Tho Fire in St. Stephens.
National Associated Press to the Star.
Boston, May 15. Tue. fire In St. Ste
pbeus, New Brunswick, yesterday was
very destructive. The heaviest losses
were the New Brunswick & Canada
Railroad Company's depot, machine
shops, wharves and a number ot engines
Ihe Watson House and a number of
valuable buildings and ships.
J.H. Todd & Son, stores, wharf, lum
ber and a cargo of molasses.
Western Union Telegraph ollice.
CP. Lovejoy & Sons, wharf, grist and
Goroag Bros., wholesale confectionery
Huutler, Bates A Co., bakery.
W, B. Welmore, liquors, works.
Philip Breeu, store and houses.
Braiff & Tatt's estaie, consisting of
G. W. Foster, livery stable.
E. C. Goodman, wharf.
Wm. Johnson is reported dead and
five others seriously wounded by ulling
ST. MARTIN'S DELIGHT.
The Sew York iUardl ttraa Carni
val in may.
National Associated Press to tho Star.
New Yobk, May 15. Carnival Dav
was successfully begun with a grand
The weather is beautiful and all that
could be desired. At an early hour the
crowd beu:an to oongregate along the
line of procession, and by 11 o'clock
Broadway, its entire length to Four
teenth street, was packed. Business
was only partiiilly suspended.
At 11:30 King Hex landed in state at
the Battery from the steamer Thomas
Collier, and the procession, consisting
ol decorated wagons, proceeded up
Broadway to the King's headquarters
at the Bossmore Hotel. All trades were
represented in the line. The procession
occupied half an hour passing a given
THE OLD WORLD.
Eastern War News Becoming Interesting.
THE RUSSIANS AT LAST ACROSS
National Associated Press to the Star.
ACltOSS THE DANUBE.
London, May 15. A dispatch from
Bucharest says the Russians have suc
ceeded in forciug a crossing of the
Danube near Portook. Heavy fighting
is now in progress.
RUSSIA PREPARING FOR ENGLAND.
It is expected that tbe Russians are
preparing to cross into India, in case
there should be war with England.
THE INSURRECTION MORE SERIOUS.
London, May 18. Advices from the
East state that the Mohammedan in
surrectiou in the Caucasus is increas
ing, and it is thought will seriously
check the advance of tbe Russian army.
COUNT ANDIUSSY ILL.
A dispatch from Pesth reports that
Count Andrassy is suffering from a nerv
ous affection, occasioned by overwork,
and that he requires rest.
THE GOVERNMENT SUSTAINED.
London, May 15. In the House of
Commons yesterday allernoon, there
was a division on the question ol the
resolution offered by Mr. Gladstone. A
vote was taeu, and reeulled 874 for the
Government, and 228 lor the resolution.
A BATTLE IN PROGRESS.
It is reported that ihe Russians are
in force near Mattchina and are prepar
ing to cross the Danube, and that an ar
til.ery battle is progressing at that point.
LORD DERBY EXPLAINS,
London, May 15.-lu ihe House of
Lords yesterday aiteriioou, Lord Derby
in reply to a question said he oould not
say ihat tbe Government had in so many
words an assurance that England would
not be called upon by Austria to act
with ber under the Tripartite Treaty,but
that he thougtit that Austria would
hardly be likely to take a position that
was at all embarrassing to England.
LAB K TROUBLES.
QuicbkC, May 15. A mob ol laborers
iruui the Lower Town matched to the
Department Building to-day, aud drove
away over cue hundred of the inhabi
tants who were working there. No re
sistance was offered. Tbe police were
ou the ground, but not strong euuugh to
In April eight million six hundred and
forty-one thousand lour hundred and
(ix v-nine pounds of fresh beel, valued
at $8:' 1,481, were exported from the
NEW YOU It CITY.
Coin for Europe.
National Associated Press to the Star.
New York, May 15. Specie engage
ments for to-day's European steamer
are $500,000 in gold coin.
The Coal Trade.
Altera careful inquiry of the eoal
dealers it is ascertained that the condi
tion of the trade was never as bad as
now. The new circular issued by
the Delaware & Hudson Canal Com
pany, reducing prices and offering to
meet the declining rates from day to
day, has utterly demoralized the busi
ness. Knights of Honor.
The Supreme Lodge of Knights of
Honor met yesterday and elected their
oflioers for the ensuing year as follows:
Supreme Dictator, J. A." Ege, Pennsyl
vania; Vice Dictator, J. H. Galliuger,
of New Hampshire; Assistant, Thomas
Moomau, South Carolina; Guide, X. H.
Webber, Michigan; Treasurer, H. A.
O.mer, New York; Guard, W..A. Ladd,
ofTeunessee; Chaplain, L. G. Allison,
ol North Carolina; Sentinel, AV. J. Liu
bam, of Richmond, Va. Trustees Geo.
W. Wright, of Miohigan; Wm. Goodhue,
ot Massachusetts, and R. Gordon, of
Maine. The uexi session of the lodge
will be held in the South.
The Herald's mormon War.
A Herald special from Salt Lake says
arming and drilling of tDe Mormons con
tinues throughout Utah, and there is
muoh alarm among the Gentiles. Gov.
Emory has written to the Secretary of
War at Washington asking for more
troops, to be stationed at Camps Doug
las, Cumeron, St. George, Logan and
Fort Hall. The presence of a sufficient
body of troops would allay the appre
hensions of those who are alarm .-d at
the Mormon preparations.
Fire This Itfornina;.
A fire on Gold street this morning
caused a tolal loss of about $50,000. The
principal losers were Hostetter Bitters
Company, $5,000; C. H. Rutherford, com
mission merchant, $30,000; Weed &
Becker, toolmauu acturerg, $5,000; F. l.
Wells & Co., pa;ent medicines, $2,000.
The building was thoroughly gutted.
Jack Gallagher and Mike McLaughlin
fought in a private room in Brooklyn
last night lor a purse, tbe terms ot
the match being that they were to tight
one hour and the best mau then take
the money. About one hundred per
sons, merchants and sporting men, were
present. Alter lourteen rounds were
fought lime was called, but both men
refused to give up, and it was necessary
to separate them by force. Both were
badly punished. The referee refusnd to
let them dghl longer, and deulared tbe
battle a draw. The purse ($400) was
divided between the men, aud the crowd
The President and Senator Blaine.
National Associated Press to the 3tar.
Washington, May 15. The President
and senator Blaine had an interview
Saturday. There was a full and frank
discussion of the Southern policy.
While Mr. Blaine did not give that
policy his support, he did not put him
self in open and avowed opposition
thereto. He is said to have expressed a
w.lliugness to await results.
Another Call of Bonds.
Washington. May 15 It is expected
at the Treasury Department that .another
bond call will be issued this weeU. The
next bonds called in will be the consols
of 1865, Jauuary and July.
THE MEN WHO TOIL.
Organization of a New Labor So
National Associated Press to the Star.
New York, May 15. A mass meeting
of workingmen who h ive organized a
society called "The Independent Bread
Winners' L :aguo" was held last night
ana adopted the billowing platform :
First That the people are sovereign,
and that they alone are the source of
Second That all Governments should
be by the people, lor the people and ol
Third That the making and issuing of
money is a sovereign power and should
not be delegated, but that all money,
whether paper or metallic, should be
issued by the people only, that is, by
the National Government, aud should
be a full legal teuder for all debts, pub
lic ana private.
Fourth That tbe Government credit
Is the great lever which Is to elevate
the masses; thereiore, all Government
obligations should be kept inviolate, ac
cording to the letter and spirit of the
laws creating them.
Filth That all attempts to curtail the
usual suffrage should be steadlastly op
posed, and we pledge -lull protection to
universal suffrage without regard to
color, creed or nationality.
Sixth That labor is the source ol
wealth, and one of tue highest duties of
the Government is to find employment
for its citizens.
Seventh Thatour natural woaltb, un
developed aud boundless, justifies any
iucrease of population, and such in
crease, however rapid, ii properly dis
tributed throughout the country, should
not be a cause ol suffering to many, but
prosperity to all.
Eighth Tnat we are opposed to all
monopolies, lor monopoly iu auy form
is a taxatiou of the iudUatrious lor the
support ol indolence.
Jiinth That we iavor tho enactment
by Congress of laws provldinir means
for the encouragement of labor,' agricul
ture and mauu actures, aud lor the
rapid development ol uatioual resources
by the people themselves, to the exciu
sion ol monopolies.
Tenth That we demand the estab
lishment ol a department of labor, agn
cultuie and manufacture, as a ou-ardi-nine
branch ol the National Govern
ment, by which the object of said laws
suallue carried out.
Eleventh I hat we demand the estab
lishment of natioual highways between
the interior and the seaooaru, by which
rapid and oheap transportation shall be
secured and remain lor ever uuder na
Part of a wall of a building- at the cor
ner of Chestnut aud Third street, St.
l.iilllu. Mllili, haitltr lillllud rinwn
1 ' " ' - wv., u
dAV. fell and (imrieil Hv. m.ii i K
J , - - - - -- . - . iv iuv u .v bliD
ground: with it, injuring ail mure or less,
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THE LEXINGTON RACES.
Spring Sports In the Bine Grass
National Associated Press to tbe Star.
Lexington, May 15. Tbe weather yes
terday was fine and the sport excel
lent. The lollowing is tbe summary:
Sweepstakes lor all ages, $100 en
trance, one and a half miles.
Lysle & Co.'s b. g. Joe Modes, four
years old, by Virgil, dam Item, Lexing
ton, ninety pounds, 1.
H. Vissmai.'s b. o. Leamingtonian,fnur
years old, by Leamington, dam Mollle,
by Lexington, 100 pounds, 2.
'H. P. McGrath's b. b. Chesapeake, five
years old, by Lexington, dam Rox
aua by imp. Chesterfield. 115 pounds, 3.
F. B. Harper's ch. t. Necy Hale, four
years old, by Lexington, dam Miriam by
imp. Glcncoe, 105 pounds.
Geo. W. Boweu & Co.' Tillie Brent,
fouryems old, by imp. Phaeton, dam
Nettie Viiey by Boh Johnson. 90 pounds.
Jas. A. Grinslead's br. in. Katie, five
years old, by imp. Puaelou, dam by
War D.ince, 108 pounds.
A sweepstake lor turee-vear-olds
which have never won a race prior to
Maroh 15, 1877, $25 each, p.p., $250 added,
the secoud horse to reoeive $50, mile
A. Keene Richards' b. 1. Opponent, by
Melbourne, jr., dam the dam ol Opti
mist, by imp. Gleuoe, 2, 1, 1.
S.J. Salyer's b. g. Cuaa. Gorham, by
Blarueystone, dam Aurora Raby, by
imp. Australian. 1, 3, 2.
J. Henry Miller A Co.'s g. g. Harry
Peyton, by imp. P. m ou, dam Ella Jack
son, by Lightning 3, 4.
Jackson ft Cau wallader's b. f. Little
Sis, by Frogtown, dam by imp. York
shire, 4, (list.
Lisle & Scully's b. g. Bellair, by imp.
(l.ou Aluol, dam Edith, by imp. Sov
ereign, 7, diet.
Frank Water's gr. f. Victress, by Vic
tor, dam by Vandal, dist.
L. B. Fiol u'l b. c. Headlight, by Bay
onet, dam Olivia, by Oliver, 5, 2.
Green Clai's cb. c. Planetarlau, 6, dr.
Tim', 1:46 1:47 1:55.
The filly stakes ior iwu-year olds, $50
entrance, one-iall lorfeit, $250 added,
the secoud filly to save her stake, hall-
Smoot & Co.'s b. f. Grapple, by Bay
wood, dam Gonenc, by Revenue, 1.
Jas. A. Gr.nateail's b. f. Queechy, by
Waverlj, dam L ibs ol Sidney by Imp.
the Keigut of St. George, 2.
J.K. .ilegibben's oh. f. by Asteroid,
dam Jenny A, by imp. the Knight of St.
R Pemstan's ch. f. by War Dance,
dam by Revenue.
G. D. Wilson's ch. f. by Lever, dam by
A. Buioiu'h b. f. Nettie Hopkins, by
Enquirer, dam by imp. Albion.
Jas. A. G.lnstead's b. f, Bobadilla, by
imp. Bouuie Scotland, dam liloudiu, by
A. Keeue Richards' oh. f., by War
Dance, dam the dam ol Grit, by Wuit
uer. John R. McKee's ch. f. Waterwitch
J. W. Riardou's br. I. Enchantress, by
Enquirer, dam by imp. Sovereigu.
National Associated Press to the Star.
Denver. Col., May 16 a man named
Charles E. Woodworth, better known as
"Happy Jack." formerly a switchman
ontueChieago & Northwestern R. R.
at Boone, Iowa, was shot and killed last
night, while intoxicated, in a saloon on
Holliday street, by a young man named
Geo. Traut, who is now under arrest.
A slab ot mica, thirty inches long by
nineteen wide, was taken out ol the
mines at Pabaoa, New Mexloo.
The June mneMnir (if tha Tin... mi.
. ... . "DII,OI
Jockey Club commenced on the 13th,
auu win mat mur uavs. Tue premiums
all told, amount to $4,650.
The St. Clair Disaster Inouent.
National Associated Press to the Star.
POTTSVH.LK, Pa., May 15. The in
quest on the victims of the St. Clair
mine disaster developed uo new facta
The jury censured the mine owners lor
not complying with the laws and taking
Droner itreoauuons to nrpvout a,i..h ..
Conflagration In New Jersev.
National Associated Press to the Star.
Newark, May 15. Early ihis morninir
a fire broke out iu a frame building In
Harrison Township, and spread ranidlv.
Tbe town has no fire apparatus. At 8
o'clock this morninir i.hp tiro waa hi,,...
ing fiercely, and a serious conflagration
The condition of ihe inn in T.nlro H
rou is unchanged, and navigation is not
Edward M. Smith has hnnn notiviofu.l
ot the murder ot the Treiu family at
A family named McLaughlin, living
near Smith's Ferry, Pennsylvania, was
robbed of $6,000 on Thursday night.
Thomas Crapo and wife sail from New
Bedford on the ofith Ihat. i,- I j,n.. i
a thirteen-foot boat, ex-nee, in,, a ,......,..
of forty dayt. ' o
Rev. E.T. Baird. ahsnnnriincr sr.i...
of the Presbyterian Committee of Pub
lication lor the Sou I in. ri, Htato. k..
lndioted on a charge of embezzlement.
His Excellency John Lee Carroll, G v.
of Maryland, wau nn,,! tn Ui.. i.,,.
. , . u ... ,uu i,i a, j
Carter Thompsou, of Vitgiuia, at I
o'olock yesterday, iu the Oatiiedtal iu
Baltimore, xne iter, r ather Lee offi
ciated. An unknown linnrlnr lw.ii,,. .,m.,,i....i
by Mr. Junzer while tbe lormer was dep
redating on his premises Sunday nigut
ill Williamaburir. shot thn lnu, .,t. ....
air sun banging in the room. He then
mi .in.) ueni mis. j UII7. o, took wnat val
uables could be tuuuu, aud escaped.
An Iowa Gorman father last week
gave his daughter a wedding procession
a mile long, wlto other things to m ucb.
It is rare you will see a lather ant so
glad on such au occasion,
oiimmuiuaiin uy Asteroid, dum imp.
Woatiierwitou by Wetheruit, 1.
H. P. McGruth's ch. I. Florence Payne
by Blurueystoue, dam Floreuce J, by
hamher of Commerce Banquet.
Speeches by President Hayes and
Others Last Jflght.
National Associated Press to the Star.
New York, May 15. The one hundred
and ninetiexh anniversary and banquet
of the Chamber of Commerce ol New
York was celebrated last night at Dol
monico's. Tbe banquet ball had been
tastefully lecor.i ted with flags and bunt
ing, and tbe tables were handsomely
ornamented and laid out with beautilul
flowers, Turee thousaud persous sat
down to dinner.
Mr. S. D. Babcock, Prostdent of tho
Chamber ot Commerce, pro-mod, aud
seated with him at a raised table were
the Presidentof the United Slates, Hon.
Wm. M. Evarts, Secretary of State, Geu.
Sherman, Hon, Cnarles O'Conor, Hon.
Carl Soburz, W. C. Bryan', Grand Duke
Alexis, Ex-Uoverner MoriMn, Mavor
Ely, Ex-Uovernor Fentou, Ex-Governor
Hoffman, a large number ol prominent
bankers aud merchants, and many ot
the principal city officials. Mr. Tilde u
Wat not present.
After tbe cloth had been removed, Mr.
Babcock in a few remarks proposed the
toast "The President ol the United
Stales," to which President Hayes re
spouded as follows:
"Mr. President It is a very great
gratification to me to have the opportu
nity ol meeting such un assembly ol the
.businessmen of the city of New York.
I wish to make my acknowledgments to
them for their invitation to enjoy with
them their annual social meeting. I
wish to assure them that this hearty
greeting is very welcome, Applause.
At peace with all nations ot the world,
with an honest purpose ou the part ol
our people and on the part of the Gov
ernment Applause to strive for the
restoration ol concord within our lim
its, Applause I believe, notwithstand
ing the untortunate array of figures we
have listened to, we may confidently
look for early, decided and encouraging
evidence of a revival of business pros
perity throughout our country." Pro
Seoretaiy Evans was the next speak
er. He spoke at considerable length on
the means ol improving our commerce.
The speaker advised either the building
or buy in,' ol ships.
Rev. Dr. Storrs next spoke on the in
fluence ot literature upon commerce.
This address, which was eloquent, was
Hon. Can Scuurz made au interesting
humorous speech ou the beauties oi
Speeonos were also made by Mayor
Ely, Hon. Hugh McCuliocn aud others.
About sixty miners were poisoned at
Btreator, Illinois, and some will die.
Tbe crime is charged to discharged men,
who were iu a teud with those who had
tanen their places.
'Squire Schwab is mourning the loss
of bis be i dog.
Wanted A reliable person to take
oharge ot tue spriugneiu Agency or the
Star. Call on Mr. Laird, our represent
ative, at the St. James Hotel, Spring
Skibert Mimms. a brother of R ibert
Mlmms, tne man who murdered Waters
on July 4, 1863, and was sentenced to be
hangei, out who was alterivards par
doned by Governor Noyos, died this
morning in Ihb cell at the Woik-house.
Alexander Lasance, a young man.
was aiiested ibis morning by Officer
ilcUarr, ou a charge ot having stolen a
lot ol dry goods from his lather, who
keeps a tailor store at the corner of Elm
and Front streets. Lasance is locked
up at the Ninth-street Station-house.
The floater lound yesterday alternoon
at the loot ol Mill street, by Pat. Maley,
ot Brooks alley, and Dave Lilley (col
ored ) of Covington, Ky., was identified
this moruiuic by Dr. Dunklemeyer, as
the body of a mau named Scharr, of
Newport, Ky., who lei t home some two
mouths ago. The inquest was com
menced this morning, but Dr. Stich ad
journed it until to-morrow morning iu
order to bear irom Mrs. Scharr.
The Ladies' Hebrew Aid Society ot
this city, which was organ. Zid ou Jan
uary i), 1S75, for the purpose of aiding
distressed members of the Israelite
Church, has tendered a handsome testi
monial to Mr. Julius Solomon, of Cen
tral avenue, as a recognition ol his val
uable and energetic services in be
half ot the cause of charity. The testi
monial is a handsome diploma, tbe work
ol one of our best penmen, and is ele
An noun cements.
Prot. U. S. Oiborn will lecture at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall to-night ou "Turkey
and the Turks, as relating to the pres
The following marriage lioeuses were
issued since our last reoort:
Ab. Golden and Annie Rodsting.
Win. Webeie and Louisa Mutuert.
L. Sehwanu and Elizabeth Uerold.
F. Dorrmann, Jr., and Mary B. Feld.
Frauk Bluffer and L zziu Placke.
Edward Lcnimon anu Anna Kohlman.
The to i lowing deaths have bjon plaoj d
on record since our last report:
Joseph Meyers, 2 vrs, city.
Catherine casey. 50 yrs, Ireland.
Wm. U. TyreU, 84 yrs, Ireland.
Heury Schulz, 50 yrs, Germany.
Maria Piuru, 7 days, city.
George Geisnorfer, 2 yrs, city.
Sarah Ryan, 2 weeks, city.
Henry Hornet, 43 its, Germany.
Margaret Martin, 1 month, oity.
George Foler, 3 yrs, City.
Franziska Strucker, 76 yrs, Germany.
Infant Sheldon, city.
Wm. Brighton, 20 yrs, Canada.
Samuel fliuipson, 4 yt$ Ohio.
Martin Farrell, 54 vrs, Ireland
Mary Adams. 35yrs, Mississippi.
Elizabeth Schnair, 32 yrs, Gsriuauy.
Hon. Stanley Matthews baa wen k
Edward Gilliiran wna idmieaH , n .un
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bar in the District Court yesterday.
The Straub-Wilson election contest
will begin betore 'Squires Reiivand Lee
at tbe termer's offlee at 3 P." M. next
David II. Clark, the Riri.h.otpooi ,
mission merchant, is as happy as a
voun 'Ster with bin fir-t h v ni i,.,At,
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The latest arrival ' boV) weigiis ten
Tbe Soldeue Company bad ai.otnss
fine uou-ie last night. The singing era
excellent throughout, and Mile. Sara'i
dancing created as great interest as.
ever. This evening tbe best bill of tfca
week, being 'l'oulet and Puulette," wtsk
tbe whole strength of the company. It
will be the first time it has ever been
rendered hereiu the English.
Wednesday mutiuer, "Chilperio."
The promise nude lor tbe new hordes
drama which was presented last night
lor the first time wjs fyjij redeem"
It is without question by all ynts iu
be t of its ulass to which the public has
beeu treated. There is interest, exoitev
meut, thrilling situations and spleadM
climaxes, without tbe rant aud bluster
that is usually deemed necessary to sac
effect. The peerless Morlacobi is oat
by auy means a stranger here, and was
welcomed last night as enthusiastically
as ever. Her dancing and acting are al
ways excellent. "Texas Jack in the
Black Hills" is worth seeing, and bad a
so id house for opening nigut. Every
night aud Wednesday aud Saturday
Another Pioneer Gone.
Rev. Stephen M. Ileum, who was bora
in Rowan County, N. O, July 11, ISA,
moved to O.1I0 in 1805, and settled in
Greeu Township, near Dont, where he
ha9 lived as a quiet, peaceable citiaea
for over seventy years, died yesterday .
ills remains will oe interred at Kioa
Church Cemetery Thursday, the 17tu, at
o'clock P. M.
Fools on Base-ball.
Pool selling ou base-ball this morniag
was decidedly dull. At Blaokey Kd
wards', pools sold on to-duy'sfuames a
follows: Louisvilles, $20; Reds, $Ml
On tbe Chicago-Boston gime, which
comes off to-day at Chicago, the clubs
both sold lor $10.
The Hai trords sold lor $10, and the St.
Louis Browns for 8
Board ol Public Works.
Tbe Board met in regular session,
all tbe members present and President
Hell in the chair.
A petition from property bolders. ask
ing lor water in the I'wenty-flltb Ward,
was referred to the Committee on
The City Solicitor presented the lol
lowing: "John E. Bell, Esq., President Board Pnbuc
"Dear Sir: In answer to your in
quiry concerning your rigut to contract
lor advertising needed by tbe Board, I
should say tbat, inasmuch as there Is no
statutory provision on the subject, and
as Council has acted on it, your Board
would not have the right to make, suoh a
cou tract. But, ou the other hand, a dis
cretion Is vested In your Board by Sec
tions 6 aud 10 as to the uumber of papers
into which such advertisements snail
go, so that, in my opinion, your Board
alone would have the right to ueoida
"(. lkmicn r Bates, City Solicitor."
The above communication was or
dered to be transmitted to Common
Tbe Union Central Life Insurance
Company against the Mutual Benefit '
Life Insurance Company, Robert Simp
son aud Jos. W. Brewster. This is aa
action to recover damages for an alleged
libel. A general delimiter was bled and
tbe demurrer sustained.
Jas. U. Little against W. H. Cone and
others. Aii action to recover posses
sion of an undivided one-fifty-sixth part
ol a tract ol real estate in Colerain
Township. In this case a demurrer to
the reply was overruled.
C. M. Bates against T. B. Disney and
others. This was a proceeding lor toe
const ruction of a will. Tbe Court re
fused to give the construction.
Amanda Joslyu against Charles T.
Sedam and others. The testimony la.
this case proceeded yesterday. Joau B.
Evans testified and considered the tes
tator's mind not well balanced, particu
larly at during tbe lust thirteen or four
teen years ot his life he was always under
the ii fluence of liquor, more or less. His
conversation was generally ou the sub
ject ol women. It would begin on busi
ness auu ne would invariably turn it off
on the subject ot women. E. H Klein
schmidt, Isabella Kelly, Wm. White. K.
M. Bartlett and Airs. Melluda Seduin
testified similar to tbe above.
Drunkenness Geo. Truss, dismissed;
Robert Walker, Sam. Mock, costs; Fred.
Scueffer, $3; Mary Keiser, 30 days.
Disorderly Conduct Isaac Foster,
Fred. Wessel, dismissed: Anna Wood-
lord, 30 days; Adam Geusheiuier, costs;
John Pepperkorn, $5.
Petit Larceny Sarah Ruppell, Lizaie
Robb, Anna Meyers. Jack (JasMmn ,n
missed; Johu Uam'lton, continued to
17th; Leonard Summers, Mich. Mason,
continued to IStb; Geo. Andrews, House
ol Refuge; Robert McFuil, continued to
ioiu; r ran m ilium in, same.
Grand Larceny R bar McFall, oon.
ti tiued to IStU; Wm Hover, oontluujd to
Assault aud Batterv John Arm.
strong, 15; Joun Harlow, continued to
MiBf riiu. witnoert, ooutinued to 18. a.
Harboring Lewd Women Mary Rey
nolds, $5; Hattie Smith, ousts.
Miscellaneous Leonard Summers
Mich. Mason, house-breaking, con
tinued to 18th iust.; Mich, Becklty, W.
c. Wynne, scheme ol ohanc-!, dismissed j
J. ii. Uei -illicit, ieavi-tg argn on ianiia
$3; Jas. Murpuy, lail.og to display red
light, costs; Fred. Dedoriok, abu lug
iauiil), continued to 19 b; Harry Siniof!
cutis. Levy, scllinj ny iirit
weight, dismissed; John Harlo v, p!
sttnal violouce, ooutinued to iim. i..n
Lambert, same.coutinued to 18 ai;caad
Clock, James Daily, bathing in river in
day time, dismissed; Cornelius Geherer
shooting to kill, continued to 18 b last;
Alurtin Meyer, embezzlement, continued
tol8:h: Win. H. Boier. Gn. Hnr
loitering, continued to 19 .; W. l
Buyer, coucealod weapons, itmit ,i u,