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THURSDAY JUNE 1 LOCAL. BUKVlTliU. Charles C. Cuamsky is Deputy Sherill hi me Probate uurl. No difficulty is apprehended In con sequence oi Ills recent cutting dowu ot wages ol i ire Jan-haudlo liailroad em ployes. William Nkaly, a little colored boy about ten year ut age, who refuses to obey bis parents, was sent out to tbe House of lie age. Frank Ukil. who keeps a saloon at tbe corner oi Abigail and Sycamore streets, while at a picnic tbe oilier day at Parkei's Grove lull Irom a ladder and broke bis arm. Thk proprietor of tbe Dumas House denies tbat Collins Drown was sbot in bis bouse. On tbe otber band, Brown stated to a Star reporter tbat be was. Take your cho.ee. Dr. A.J. Miles, of No. 29ii Vine street, wbile out riding evening be lure last, fell out oi bis uuyjty at tbe corner of Milton sireets and Broadway and suffered a lracture of bis arm. Henry Dinkkrs, aged seven years and living at No. 333 liaymil.er street, was run over by an express wagou and quiie severely injured, llis parents re lused to prosecute tue driver. Patrick Kennedy, tbe pickpocket who yesiciday in sixth street market robbed a lady of her poeUetbook, was sent to tbe Work-house Ibis m truing by Acting Police Judge James W. Piu gerald, lor a term ot thirty days. Geo Gosling, of Colerain Township, stal led to tbe city witb a load of hay . He stopped awhile In the Tweiily-liitb Ward, and wbeu about to resume bis journey, found tbat tbe bay was ou fire. The load ana wagon toowere completely destroyed. Tub Newport fc Maysvillo Railroad Company Directors organized by elect ing Mr. Allied Cruither, President; G. C. Goss, Treasurer, and continuing all ihe otber Omoers. I be Columbus Mays Ville itailroad, narrow gauge, wuioh will oocupy part oi their line Irom opposiie Kipley to Maysville, was indorsed and encouraged, and an inquiry into the con dition of public sentiment in the coun ties along the Hue toward the road authorized. At tbe meeting of the Police Commis- uiug at large contrary to the provisions il this aot. Section 9 That the word "dog" in thiB aot shall be oonstrued to mean any animal ol tne dog kind, and ihe word ovner,'' wbeu lelaiing to dogt, any keeper or harborer of any dog, or any person permitting a dog to be upon his or her premises. II) llll IK 111. Ibe marriage of Miss Phe. M. Man ning, ol this city, to Mr. Willis H. Dillie, a weil-Kuown gentleman ol Euclid, near Cleveland, Ouio, took place yesterday (Wednesday), at 5 o'clock P. M., at Grand View, Cincinnati, Ohio, the res idence of the bride's father, Charles G. .Manning, Esq., the Rev. Richard Gray offiolating. A large number of relatives and friends were present to witness the hap py union. After the ceremonies a sump tuous repast awaited tne nappy ooupie, and their friends made them tbe recip ients of many beautify! presents. - '-- Healtb Statistic. Dr. Kearney has submitted his monthly report of matters connected with the Healtb Office, Horn which tbe billowing is taken : "The mouth of May was marked by an unusually light death list, tbe number ol deaths, 31, having been tbe smallest reported in any mouth since November, 1872. And lor the live months ending wnh May, the deaths were 903, fewer than in tue corresponding five months ol last year. The mortality of tbe month represents an annual death rate of 3,774. or in proportlan of 13 37 deaths in the year to every l.UOO inhabitants. "Krom small.pox there were five deaths less than half tbe number in April. Tbe loss by kmeasles, diphtheria and croup was quite iusiguitioaut, and from puerperal fever there was but a siugle death, against seven in tbe month SlEERTiuT1 TBE ASSIGNEES OP WEBER'S BREW ERY CONCENTRATE BACKWARDSl LAGER BEER. WEUER'S BEER vs. ADULTERATED BEER. Response to the Brewers' Card of Yesterday. THEY DON'T STICK TO IT, AND USE POOR EXCUSES TO QUIET THE PEOPLE fn yesterday's and to-day's Cincinnati pa pers was a reply signed by Messrs. Pfau and Stnrbuck, assignees ol Mr. George w CDcr, to n .. i oar "card to tne ucer-cousuuiiug i cuyic in Tuesday's papers. It is well known to I wtliCh the quotations from the Commissioner AN INDIGNATION MEETING PROPOSED A onm mini if &tlrrn nf ours anneared In Snn day's papers designed especially to assure the public of the purity of the Weber Beer, in or riir rhRt. w mlirht ruau anv louitimato busi ness advantage that might accrue to us from Ih.i .liaanniiiii.t.inn of a kllOWledlTO Of its CXCOl- lant iimllr.iafl umh our tellow-citizeus. This communication was suggested, and in fact oaioH for. Mr one ol our mlnciual agents in the South, who sent us copies ot a paper in a ,r i-i i' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii ' .-nil I the Cincinnati Gazette wero used in an advertisement by another 1.. tn ,1 ii.n i inn- fchfl HSfi I if I i 11 1' i 11 11 111 1 llCCr. business, you mav look at the matter as you ana a8jiiug us to answer the same through the press. JNot Deiniraoie iuuem. aiiiuuiunwiuij ror any beer but our own, we used these quo- tiuions in our communication ui ouuuaj, uo US that all pUUllC COIUUluuioniiuuo about the extent and management of a certain please, never bring any advantage, anu tne public can rest assured that it is only with re sistance, and somewhat forced, we argue this npueud0d to thoin our einpnatic assurance of nnint If thev say in yesterday's Weoer com- the purity of Weber beer, and offered a reward point, it tucy say, "J"" WITIIOrT of 5,UU0 to any one who should detect the use muuicaiiuu, - oiui D .-..-, . 0f any poisonous arugs in tne i cuer ueei, 01 halnre. Dut three deaths were recorded as due to typhoid fever, while in April, tue number was seven. Fatal cases ot whooping cough, however, exceeded the number reported in April, having been i-.ii.van na nomnnrpd with lour. Con sumption continues to claim a large pot- trying to excuse themselves, but those excuses lien or the mortality, the number ol are too thin; for it their agent, to proe mj , ....... h.i. At .mnlicatiou. send them conies of BOUTHHII UoatuB i eiei i eu iu iui. vuia.a vw.ug an excess of five over April." PROVOCATION ON OUR PAHT, HSVC Oroilglll. mis subject before the public," it is our duty to or der back such insinuation as decidedly as pos sible Not we commenced this public contro versy, but so did tne managers of Weber's brewerv by their unfair provocation which was contained in their communication in Sun day's papers. This provocation attacked tne HONOR ol the other Cincinnati brewers, and if these gentlemen are now trying to put the blamoonus, as if we were the beginners of this controvorsv, it only shows their very un fair way of intentionally misrepresenting facts, which was proved again in yesterday s proclamation. , After these personal and necessary remarks, It is our duty now to submit this proclamation itself to a elosc criticism. For the first wc are told that thoir first proclamation was made on application of one of their main agents at thk south (a fact not mentioned in their urst ooinmuuicai-ionj. in duuio ibji -j JIT, Al III in OHPHiN ASYI.UM. Its Forty-Iourth Anniversary. l'he torly-lourth anuiveisary ot the English Orphan Asylum was celebrated ion yesterday eveuing, it was resolved yesterday afternoon in the chapel on naiiers, it would have beoa logically right to uubiish his communication in sniu papers, ami u iniunwnuvu ners would only tnen Cincinnati pa- have been fair H tne n hn ....iiiil nrove the use of corn, rice, grap sugar, or other cheapening article in its man ufacture. This article seems to have exc.ted the ire of oar fellow-brewers to an extent mat ia i mlv nmiismir. Those who read our coininu- uicatiou will bear us out in the statement that It consisted only of the two quotations we have mentioned, and our own challenge as to the Duritv of our own beer. The charge oia iriiier atiou by ihe United States Lommissiouer was ugainst brewers generally, and that of the Cincinnati Gazette against Cincinnati brewers paiioeinliv. nnrselves included. We chose to refute these charges of adulteration, for our selves, in the manner that wo did in Sunday's issue, and for this are taken to task by tho other Cincinnati brewers in a half column full nr unfair inferences and comments. These rantlaman lav 1 " Our article created consid erable excitement in German circles, and we may add, excited righteous indignation." Tins intnnaa state of feclinir muBt be confined ex clusively to tue dealers in and consumers of hear from their establishments, for we can as sure them that the patrons of Weber beer are .aim jiini Hprpiic. auafliuif their irlass of foam ing lager as heretofore, with perfect confidence in its excellence anu puiiiij. Wb rearjBBtfnllv suirirest an inuiguuiion meeting on the part of tneso alarmed lovers of lager, anu wouiu recuiuuiuuu Liiem lo uon I". j , . . r , ,. , , i lager, anu wouiu icwiuuiunu .uu... Southern agent would have asked foi It, and -J gJ,10Wtng nrticlo e s,gueix by their re misjniamui iu.niw - as a scapo-goai iooab yoij nuwi, that the police should ue instructed to prevent all .uiure tearing up ol streets or alleys tor the purpose of laying tracks, unless such track-laying has beau indorsed by the Hoard of Public Works audiudorsed by tbe Superintend ent of Police; and also tbat the police be instructed to prevent all storing of building material in streets or alleys in such manner as to endanger the safety ol buildiugs in case of lire. Lucikn Makc, the double-ribbed French wrestler, was billed to lilt a horse during the exercises at ileuck'B Hall last night. Auout niiduigbi the feat was attempted, and perhaps would have been successfully perlormed had not tbe horse objected in a' very decided manner by cavorting iu a ii ighilul way, during W bich the strong man's hand and wrist were cauglu in tbe ropes used in lilting. The leut was to be done while Marc bung bead downwards Irom a trupeze. The Frenchman made a good start, but he bad lo abandon the attempt and cull lor tue curtain, it was rung dowu and lhat ended it. lit. Auburn, a good attendance being present. The singing by tne orpuans was conducted by Mr. Parker: devo- To go further in our critic sm of yesterday's Inwu, lamntlnn " It. IS WOl'L IV CO 11010 rile IB- iiiiirkable difference of tho tone in their re spective "proclamations." Tho "prociama tloa" of Sunday is provoking anu oppressive, and every impartial reader must have found out that this communication was only written to uraiso Weber's beer, while running down 1 . v. i , I . k.iinr.-D I II., wlmii' s oouuuuicu uj ju... the other Cincinnati orewers. 1110 wuoie tioual exercises uy tne uev. iur. ivuuues. ,,rucin,ation, gathered in one sentence, reaus The report 01 tue Treasurer ou puuuca- BB follows 'J he Temperance Wuve. There was a largo galhenug at the National Theater last night. The ser vices were conducted by Brother Mc Master. Speeches iu the interest ol tbe movement were made by Brother Oak ley, Mr. S. V. Beard, of Portsmouth, and Brother Wenzell. Uev. I Krebbtel, ol the Christian Apologist, pronounced the benedictiou. Prayer meeting to-day in Vine-3treet Congrcgaiioiial Church. t nn ruau dv ueoricu vy. uuaiuiu, showed a balance on hand of $1,083 50. Reports of Physiciau and superintend ent of School, read by Mr. euonanan, showed lhat tbe n-aitn oi tne cuuureu during the past year had been unusually good, eight deaths only being reported. T'iie attendance and scholarship was better thau it had been ior a uuiuuer oi ye?1'"- I..- ... The managers' repuib, icnu wj uiid. bates, was briefly as toliows: Tbe year has ben like many wnicu have gone belore, uneveut.ui, lurnisuiug but little wortuy oi uoie, eAuepi geueiai luimfnrt mil health among tne inmates The number of cuuureu receiveu utir- ing the veai has been ui; tne numuer placed out, a; tue numuer reiurueu iu iriends, 58; the numuer adopted, 1; tho number ol deaths, 8; the number now iu the institution, 107. The wuole number received siuce its establishment iu 1832, 10,739. Oi those admitted during tbe year Smut, seven-eighths have been of Prot- eBtant parentage, and about oue-eiguth n, ntliulic parentage About one-nan were uorn oi American narenls, aooui uuc-iuuiiiu ui loicigu narenta and about one-lourih of inter nvirriases between American aud for- eiiru pareulB The Cincinnati brewers have been accused of usini; poisonous drugs and cheap articles in the manufacture oi ineir ueoi. " u such things but" This was, in short words, the contents of the proclamation in last Htmuay s paper, anu everybody we meet since this lime understood It in this manner. Yesterday the gentlemen suddenly cuauged tnciropinion, anu mev inuu tn vindicate the matter, make poor jokes over an indignation meeting, aud they are trying to anenl ive. brewers: " We, the undersigned, Brewers of Cincin nati, hereby declare that all the beer inanu fuel n red in our establishments is pure aud uu adulterated by drugs of any kind: that it is mAiie exclusively of barley, malt, aud hops, aud that no corn, rice, grape sugar, or otber cheapening articles is used in us m inuiacture in nLteutution of the truth of this 6tatemcm each of us agrees to deposit 5.0UU in any bank that may ue selected, to ue forfeited to the dii lereut orphau asylums in case the falsity of this statement siiouiu De proven in any par tte.tilar lifter full and fair iuvustiKation." The signing of such a paper as this would have more pitn to li anu give icitjuuu uui nnen nf the nuritv of Cincinnati beer than any of tuelr t addle about aiding the temperauee cause or injuring tne reputation oi luciuuau huAr. 'riiese hrewers must have been hard pressed indeed, when they attempted tbe miserable subterfuge of torturing our onsiaugui upoi adulterated beer into an attempt to aid th siirnif v all the positive insults with which they cause of temperance. Knowing the deep feel h . r e... ;i .hut iiviut. miiiiiiir llnrmAiin. aud evei t.iented us iu their first procia niatlon as lulty narmiess, aim uoi worth to attend them. That would not do. gentlemen, because the provocating insults are maue, anu eau hol biwh.j -"j by poor Jokes. It is not our business to Hini CULKthe matter then for this purpose. The iubject ot this controversy is too earnest anu important:, anu 11 me tjeuLieiuen hi turn off the attention ot tne people irom una uiiportaut fact, tney win unu it out mar inoy can not prosi er. W e were a utile astoui&ueu w wuria um in tne seeona piociaiinniou tneic iv. mwu luteiy not one word about the "poisonous ar ticles," nux vomica, coculus indicus, Ac, ,lcu nave sueil a piuimueub niau .u ,uou first proclamation; the gentlemen nave ic- treated from tins position, auu couuiieu imam selves especially to give relief to the "cneap articles," as corn, rice, grape sugar, 4c. This backward concentrating is very re markable, aud snows very clearly how weak and poor the position is tne gentlemen iah.o in this controversy; but the main difference iu imtents of ootu ol niese procia I Itn i mill ct S,T. iti, ni tho Inatitntlnn has boon inations is founded in tne not. mat inej in me uco.vu - ------------ . H DroolamaMon oulv defend web- rs irly g'ou; uu s.wuu. F""'u Beer, while in the City, Mule and Couuty Taxes. The city taxes for 1878 promise to br pretty heavy. We give herewith tbe de tails of tbe levies for city, oouuty and S;ate for 1878: Mills. Mills. Bulking Fund for southern Knilroad bonds 3.T7 For other city bonds .. loo 3.17 Interest Hind ol Southern Kailroad bonds 7.111 For other city bonds. 3.3510.81 JLcvy remaining of 12 nulls, after subtracting 4 85 nulls as above for Sinking Fund and Interest .f.rj tor scnools and 1 ubllc Cbrary...., s.50 Total municipal levy 2.i.7ti City s -hare or atale taxes . 2Ui C ity's share uf couuty taxes 2.00 Total levy for all purposes 30.80 Accident on tlie Arcnue. Just us the races closed last evening at Chester Park, an accident occurred in front of the Club House on th avenue. Mr. McCann, of tbe linn of Hughes & McCaun. was driving in bis buggy with his daughter on their way home to toe city Irom Clifton. Tbe horse suddenly took fright and the occupants of the vehicle were thrown out. Miss McCann landed ou her back, and luckily was not injured. She was picked up und was then ab e lo proceed to a neighboi mg bouse. Mr. McCann struck the street with euch lorce thahis nose was broken. several of his iceili knocked out, and otherwise injured. Dr. Maley, who hup peued to be in the vicinity, was sum uioued und rendered all the aid possible. A carriage was then procured aud Mr McCann taken to bis home. The runaway horse was caught some distance down tbe road. The buggy, which had become detached from the animal, was not wrecked, the (lash board only being broken. Very Dog-maltc. From an act entitled, "An Aot for the Protection of Wool-growers and confis cation of Dogs," passod May 5, 1877, and which took effect and went into lorce from and alter tbe 1st inst., we glean tbe following lor ibe infoimatiou ol persons naviug dogs. Section 1 provides for the payment ol $1 annually for tbe keeping of every dog in this State over three months old. Tue dog tax to be placed on the tax duplicate and collected as otber taxes, the money so collected to constitute a special fund, Ac. Section 4 provides that It shall be unlawful tor anv dog. unaccompanied by any person to be at large away from the pi em i son occupied by the owner oi sucu oog, anu any such owner knowingly permitting any such dog to be at large, except as aforesaid, shall be liable to a hue of $6 for every such offense, to be collected witb costs of prosecution, in the uame ol the State of Ohio, belore any J ustice of tbe Peace or Mayor having jurisd.o tlon. Section 6 It shall be lawful lor any person to kill any dog fouud run fairly giod; no serious epiueiuio uas '., ; . prevailed, and tbe proportion ot deatus JJjj is below rather thau above tbat of niauy j,m.e t years past. Asa result oi tue ijoiwiai uuj'icoiuii in business during me year, mere uas been some tailing off in annual subscrip tin na and coutubuuous, aud at one time tbe managers were iorceu to leiuse .rjlf attention admission to applicants: out otwitu- aiiindinir this difficulty, tue numuer o nhiluren received siuce last anniversary day is greater, witu one exception, tuaii ho linen recorded for twentv-ttvo years The managers aim to keep tue cuuureu nonunion wueu out oi scuooi, iu useiui woik, sucb as meuuiug men ciumn, knitting, work in the house and grounds, otn. During tue past tear we uave unu gratifying testimony irom visits oi tne comm'tttee. Iu all their efforts lor the benefit and comfort of tbe children, the managers hud in Mrs. Wilson, tue Ma iron, not only a wise counselor iu timos oi Dei'DlOXlties, out a most aoie auu eiu nieiit LXeeutorand coadjutor lion. A. Jr. Ferry delivered an inter- ostium address. Mr. Win. Norwood, wno was an in mate of the asylum twenty-two years ago, was called upon to make a lew n marks, in Closing ue saiu iu.it uuioug the few ho remembered was Mrs. bates, wbo had been intrusted with tbe care oi tbe institution lor lortj-nve years, anu he knew she had well fi led tbe trust. A festival in the eveuing, which was well attended, closed the day's exer cises. second proclamation they defenders of Webei's and ail the other heers (we claim the Weber beer auu ior all pure beci), and hero is wnere tue point dispensed witn lies. 11 more was m f.--'- oulv a s-jft intimation mat tney wouiu assist , : i ,1,., , i niili.iilv of the Cincinnati ueui mi nt...., ---j would nave lost a woru auout mt but the manner in which the gcutlonieu ONLY to wooer's oeer who ioi u: the stuiiibiiug-block, and just mat is tne reason it was our duty to give an energetic protest against mis coinpreneuiuu. m the rest we use this ouportu uity, hav'ng explained our slluation in this question, to remark that we after this will notcoutinue the controversy. Mr, Starhuck may be a goo.l editor, ami Mr. Pfau a good whisky uianutaeiurer, but we don't think both of them are competent to give any judgmentiu our business, the beer brewing. G VMBEINUS STOCK COMPANl. MKHAUS & KXcNKUAMltIt, SCHALLElt & GbKliE, C. ISUISCU, MUliLHAUSEK & fX . JOHN KAUFFMAN, HAUCK A WIND13CH, HEttMAJ LACKMAN, FOsS, SCll-NElDElt St BBENNEB, JuliS SCHlKJi', Assignee of Weyand St, Jung, GEO. M. HEKAI.COLMIT, C sons, J. G.80HN" CO., C. MOICRLItlS, SCHMIDT A IJrtO. Cincinnati, June a, 18H. it hits that exist among nermann, auu eyen many Americans, airaiust temperauee fauati oisui, they insult tho intelligence of those peo pie by appealing to tuis just prejudice, in or der to uiaite tueui ueue.e tuat u ..-1 . -m. , ..in a uure. unadulterated bojr, we are aiding tn temperance fanatics. If there is any one per huh more iban auoiherrhat lurnishes tiuse la nation witn an arirumeut. it is the brewer tha urlulteratas nis beer. VV e claim for the W eber bear, aud all other uure beers, an excellence as a refreshing, healthy beverage, that aluios disarms tne auvocatc of total abstiueuce. This unfair attempt to trausiorui the advo rati of uure beer into an adjunct to the teiu perance reform is too tlliu lor even the m unsOiin.stieateu not to ku uuvuaui in all ihe hall-column article of these brew or inure are nut four liucs that touch the rea inane, aud that is where they declare ' that no iinnei-ous or noi&onous subetanous, prepar lions or lnarredieuts are employed" in th manufacture of their beer, but that, on the contrary. they,brew their beer "from harle iinna and malt." This, we repeai, i the ou tiling iu tlie whole coiu.nuuicatiou that reach es the lsue, aud we now call attention lo the limited aud guarded manner in wh.ch it is ..i,i it doesn't sav all our beer; it doesn't SULPHUR SOAP . mm M. A. McGUIRE, TRUNK, Valice & Satchel Manufacturer, NO. 208 VINE STREET. 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Though Our Immense Business is the Talk . VTI 1 ft 1 and Wonder of the n noie uny : OUR STOCK IS LARGE ENOUGH TO Stand the attack. Our store to crowded with customer from morntnr until night, and we have been compelled to engage an extra force of salesmen to accommodate the rush. WE A.RE SELLING Strong Everyday Suits for... tiood All-wool Suits for 12 4, 85, tRandM s. SI) and U 10, Ui and 1B as and i tl3 aud 1 B ' i me Itri-ss SuilW for Blue Flannel Suits for Middlesex Flannel the best quality) for. ... . n k.- ... 1. .1. fc l.f ueniuue n i: Oc and J ." i.-.-.i"! - , as. ftl SO. 2 and M ' J3.B." "'Sffsisr Kr.r.-irr; " ' a. t ad. 2 and i S ZT se.iing thousands of White and FancyOucand Jj-J iioys" Striped Cotton Coats for Hoio School Suits for .......... ' Li.... ... i.st.i n ioik KnlfN for s m i ii i VHBvsusvi u v 7 . - Children's All-llnei. S uits, of Coat, rants ana v e. 2 ana 8 t 2d, i at) ana i tj a and M 25c and 50c, worth I and l 25 :t. Sit 50 an 5, (, T an Children's Garibaldi Suits for . Children's Cussimere Suits for. Children's Blouse Waists for .. . A FULL LINE OF iriaue miuar und otlier cheapening articles are - . .i.u ,nniiiiiiin u i n rnu tmvi- witliout nrovecation on our pint, rus.ied into unnt ou lin subject, you siiouiu icu e no uouci m me minus ol the public as to what you r.o use. 11 is immaterial to us, personally, wuat you make your beer of, bin when you wanton ly attack us for defending ourselves agaiuat ihe wholesale charges ul the Oazet.e and V, S. (.ominissloDSr, you justly pruvoue coun. tur oritlclsm on our part. We have betoio ... i .no hi.H nf HiMH from, and interviews ...i",v, ii.n.ii,, hrpivers in other days which mucin retresu your memories and turoweju siUerab o light ou this poiut; but kindly leel inns aua ctoarity induce us for the present no. ,,. -..nr,,,!,,..., fhm. Yen assume a great pub lie virtue iu your care for ihe reputation of Cinciiiuati beer. If jou be honest in this, we ask you if it is olioy to shut your eyes to tne charges ot adulteration maae against i-iuei nati orewers, and attacu us for aclemling purity of our own beerV Wo desire to be proud of the reputation ol i inciuuati beer, and will aid you in every le gitimate way iu sustaining it; but we tell you plainly that we dou't propose that our own unu i name shall suffer for the sakeof nn adul terator, whether he be located in Ciccinnati or we spoke explicitly oi GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES. We are the only house in tne city tnai are seising bovii , ....... ... POPULAR PBICES. We guarantee every article sold to be as represented. All goods marked in plain figures and strictly ONE PHICE. MABLEYS NEW CLOTHING HOUSE, & 66 W. Fifth Street, Opposite Fountain. WATCHES. pUi-whcre. D-'iMulMllKiH. ABsiu-nee of Klnttnr'u ! tho nuritv of the. Weber beer in fmndny's na- J I J ........ f,.!l,..i- t , -11 ii-. . -n ' MAhl. ners. .uu uuue uui iciiun-wi.nvio .v-...d are so good that they can speak with euual positiveuess; and, Without desiring to be iin-nxrtini-nt. would suvirest that one of the butt ways to do this is to sign and publish the asreemont which we have recommended forj adoption at tne urouoscd .indiguationmeetiug. wM.T.r,0 I BVtTt . I' A II 111 !l IK" nuiiiLO, i T 7, r. TT' Assignees oi uourgo . euei GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES ! A most attractive stock of tine American and Swiss Watches at low. er prices than ever before quoted. Cases solid 18k. gold, and solid cola silver, our own manufacture. J3TJHM.B Ac CO., Jewelers and Silversmiths, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers, FOURTH AIM) WALNUT. In a new bong of reminiscences by Col. Wiokbain Hoffman, entitled "Lamp, t otirt. and siege, a cnaraoteristic unaitiint.n is told illustrating tbe differ euoe between tbe principles of General tiraut and those of General Butler. U runt held that no coinmauuing omeer could in the end be successlul il he were nnL honest. Butler insisted, on tn other hand, that be oould use the ability of dishonest men while protect ing tbe public service irom narm from their dishonesty. "One even ing," says Col. Hoffman, "as we sat he rn his tent, uraui ouserveu mat ne had lhat day sout orders lo remove certain General from high command In Lhe West. I expressed my surprise aud said that 1 had always understood, and from army men, loo, that the omuei in question was one oi tne best oi oui voiuuteer Generals, (irant toon Ins ci gar from his mouth, and remarked, in his quiet way, 'tics too uiucu uiiauu uji with cotton.' " ntORUK klnim. uuMrusiTiuH ituur ' k.h. llnnairlnir nromutlT attended to. 231 V. lhird ., Cincinnati, O. mhaj-a.l'uATh THE TRUANT BOYS: PIANOB, Ac. LEO AL. I LEA, A more in. tronlous pic ture than the Toll-gate. Sent free for Btamp. Is. C. Abbey, Buffalo, N. Y. aiil8-ly-Th,3Jt l'u STERRETT & BROKERS, 28 West Vhird Street, Cincinnati, Buy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Gold on mar irins. at Xew York Stock Exchange Stock privileges noiror.iatel. CO- rl-tf HKSIDES DEI Klfill BROTH .RS' UNKIVALEO r-lAMJS, wo Ijffer in. Hi ii A Davis Pianos, Hloomficld & Otis Fianos, Valley Gem fianos. Narvesen & Sons' Fianos, Cable & Sons' Pianos. Buyers will Una our assortment the largest and best in the city, at bottom prices. D. II. BALDWIN & CO., It 198 West Fourth street. AJ.MG S EK'8 S A LK.-PU HSU A NT TO A order of the Probate Court, ihe under signed win sen ot i-uoiic Aiiotion, ou saiu h- DA 1 , .lune la, laii, at i4 o-cioc r. n, No. 651 Vine street, an assortment ol nats, caps and furs; also, one iron tafe, two show cases, counter, shelves aud other store fixtures. . t- 1 I 1 L 1. I xsrms casn. kw. 'iru, mv i7-5tl'h Assignee of H. I'. Otte. The annoyance occasioned by the con- tinual crviug of the bubv. at ouoe ceases when tbe cause is (as it snouia net promptly removed bi U9lng ur. BUU i Baby syrup, m i per o.-utie. For Thirty Years The dark -eyed ami lovely daughters of Span- l-n America nave useu Murray x i. an man s Florida water as theironly cosmetic and toilet perfume, it is the most fragrant . as well as the iiiott lasting of all Floral waters, and pos sesses refreshing aud mvigoiating properties not contained in any otlier preparation of the kind. ggf For sale by rerf users, Urugisls and Fancy uooas vesieis. ATTORNBYB W . II. MA. THEWS Attorney-at-Law, Room 4. :tl'. West Third Street Cincinnati, O. Will Drricticc in the Local Courts, Southern Claims Com mission. Court ot Claims, and b.x- ecutivo Denartments, watningtou oiey, u. o. Ciums for Py, liounly, i-ensions, rum Money Ac, promptly collected. SiTsrKNnED and hhjkctep claims especially solicited. it 20-tr 0. B. 110LLISTKS. VT. 0. ROBERTS. HOLLISTER & EOBERTS, ATTORNEYS-AT LAW. TSo. 30 Walnut street, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets, CINCINNATI, OHIO. (lrflcf hours from 8:011 A. M. to 6:00 T. M. PHYSICIAN. CURATIVE PADS. Snvder's Curative K$ J ing his c WORN OVKR I'ABT AFFECTED, ABSORB ALL MAliAlUA Lf.yjm inn oioxjua. LEGAL NOTICE. JOHN H ASIiNS I'AB, a minor, and Kezina Hasonsub, a minor, whose places of residence are unknown, will take uotice that lleruiann Alarckvorth, ad ministrator with tne win annexed ot joiiu Hasi nstab, deceased, on the 18th day of M ay, A. 13. ISTi, nicu nis pennon in tne riuiinu Court ol Hamilton County, alleging that the 1 estate of said decedent is.insumoiem lis debts and the charges of administer- estate; that he died seined in fee simple of the following real estate in sUd county: 1 he south part of Lot number ono (ii oi square flftv-one foil iu Eden B. Keeder's subdiviilon, fronting eighteen feet and two inche- on the east side oi ine sneoi, sixty-six aim in. thirds feet north of Mulberry street ana ruu iimir in i mht nnurles ninety SW feet. I ne priiyei is ior ruj suie oi aniu iiicmni i . I '1 he nrnver is for in J sulc rpiIEY POSIT1VELI cuitK IMTOIBI f0I. the payment of the dehts and charges afore . - ., U nllmnnfa il v a l.l. I, .1 a 1.11. I WW . T. C. BRADFORD, M.D., 315 Race Street, West Side, South of Ninth Street. Special offiea hours from 10 A. M. to H', M. bladder and womb ailments, dyspepsia, bll i.,n.a enativoness. soronoss of pit of stom ach or bowels. Female weakness, sick and nnivnns hea lachc. chills and fever, anuio ..tlttuniiu. etc. m.iv be eutiroly erad lAtrd hv wearing one ot our Pads. Many of our best'eitizens can attest to their merit. The Liver and Lung Pad 00 Kidney and Spinal Pad ... 3 00 ,& .....i. i.i. A tnr Female Weak- a 3 00 Ask your druggist for Snyder's Curative Pad, ami taKO no otner. or in close the price iu a letter io us, uuu wo win senu tnem uy umii. Awjroja ii. F. SM III It & CO Manufacturers ana Propristors, Indianapolis, li,Jl.na Foi sale by JOHN D. PAftK ft SONS, and druggists generally. nui(-i"a,uoiw-.j, Said uetiiion will be for hearing on the 14th of June, A. I. 18.7. or soon tnereatter. C1SCISNAE1, Mav 15, A. 11. 18. T. HERMANN MAItCKWOBTH. Administrator, with the will annexod, of John II iscustat), deceased. myiiitin CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES. FOR SALE A LARUK STOCK OF KKW and second hand carriages at reduce I prices. OKO. C MILLER & SON8, 10 and 21 West Seventh street feJf-ly DBNTI8TRT. DR. DAMERON'S Dental Rooms, 287 West Sixth Street. FOR A SET OF TEETH worth 20. Everv set war-, ranted to lit and iiive ocrfect satisfaction. Uas n e t in extracting, le as Oiled with gold and warruntea. Branch OSes, Morrow, Ohio nr. w . r. fiye in cnargc. inniM-Bni i ii. i n-s CORYDALIS. CORTDALIS, The Great Health Restorer, Uueiiualel Bloo4 Purifier, a Pure ionic aud Invigbrator. CORTDALIS Acts on the Liver, regulates the Bowels ana infuses new life into every organ. CORTDALIS Cures Sciotula aud ull Blood Diseasjs in their worst form. CORTDALIS Will cure Uyspopsia. CORTDALIS Is just what is needed in lhe Spring and Summer. For sale by all Druggists, and at Laboratory, 282 IVIain street, Ciu cinnati, Ohio. myll-tf T cal iruide ailantud to all trades usimr ril-i- ing; nisi HII.VKItiNU, and other valaabtt maitsr. Just out. 9Uo. Of any book seller.