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HIE CINCINNATI DAILY STAR, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1880.'
THE DAILY STAB OUR NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBORS. Pickings by Star Reporters in Neigh boring Cities and Towns. REIAETUE. STWi ' Remember the Town Hall meeting to night, at 7:30 o'clock. Mesxrs. John Wenderoth and Pat Mullen are City Treasurers: X. H. Dresselhaus The usual temperance meeting wUl be ' held to-morrow nUht. A large number of speakers are announced. Four additions to the G. T.'s last night. Another meeting will be held on Monday night at the same place. Houses in all parts of the town are now being painted, and otherwise receiving the ' usual spring improvements. Rev. R. W. Watson, the new pastor of the M. E. Church, will c induct the service to-morrow night at 7 o'clock. Mrs.'Y ounu is expected home from Erie, Pa., in a few days. In the meantime the family are keeping bachelors' hall. Mr. John Watson, who has been leaving for Kansas everv dav the past week, had not departed at 6 o'clock last night. A very attractive programme was given last nigiit by Hie Knights of Honor. T. F. Beyjand will represent this lodee as delegate to the meeting of the Grind Lodge, at Louisville, oil the 13th and 14th Inst, The Republican primary meeting will be held this afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock Messrs. J. K. Dimmick and Charles W. Naarel will probably be selected as delegates to the State Convention at Louisville on the Hih. inincLKTowTi, o. Mr. Banard, of Cleveland, is in our city, visiting lus son, F. J. Banard. Mrs, Ruth Kuhn, of Cincinnati, is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. John Sntphin. The small child of George Guering is re covering slowly of a severe illness of scarlet tever. Mrs. Anna Little, teacher of the High School, was unable to attend to her duties Friday. There will be services in all the churches to-morrow morning and evening, the regu lar members officiating. Workmen have commenced on the beau tiful iron fence in front of Dan. McCally's residence, on South Main street, and will be the finest in our city. Mr. Henry Belirens will be an independ ent candidate for the office of Citv Council nt the coming election on Monday, April 5th. Mr. Beh reus is a good man and will surely receive a great many votes. The following ticket was nominated Thursdav afternoon at the Democratic pri mary election of township officers: For Trustees, I. F. Hand, J. D. Meloy, Peter Jotter: Treasurer, John Cunningham; Clerk, Joseph Henustler; Justice of the Peace, D. M. McVeyj Assessor, Alfred Slinffer; Constable, Charles A. Cooch, J. A. Bhick. Win. McChesney is having his residence on Fifth street Repaired which will add to the appearance ot the building. RICHMOND, ISD. Thirty marriage licenses were issued dur ing the month of March. Hon. Schuyler Colfax will address the people Mav 17th, under engagement with the Odd-fellows. "Pull off your coat and cast your vofe for him on ejection day" John F. Rob bins for Prosecuting Attorney. Election returns will bn read from the stage, between the acts of "Onr Candidate," ut the Onera House Monday night Another Chinaman has appeared in onr midst, anxio is to install himself in the good graces of your wasiiee-nasliee. Do you want to lanah? Then look in on "Our Candidate," by Richmond & Von Boyle, on Monday night at the Opera House. The 10 per cent advance in wages fur nished the employes of the Pan-Handle Road, strike the hoys as liberal and about the proppah capah. Superintendent Williams, of the C, H. it D. Road, who has spent several days in onr city during ti.e illness of his mother, has again returned to bis home. Engineer Joe Brush, laving fully recov ered from his injuries sustained ' in the recent railroad smash-up, lias again hied to his old run. Brush's engine, so badly de moralized in the crash, has also relumed to its old post a thing of beauty. The following marriage licenses have been issued during the present week: Alonzo J. Hunt and Ella C. Ilorisrin, Thomas J. Porter and Elizabeth Bell! Daniel W. Reiirel and Katie Neff, George Amsden and Flora Belle Brooke, Henry Tieman and Maggie Lavender. The servants' room at Earlham College was entered by some unknown party on Thursday morning, and $80 in money,' the Sropety i Mary McCarthy and Marv iraierin, taken. The atiair has been kept from the public in hopes of catching the thief. ATjitoRA. inn. The "Chimes of Normandy" were pro duced at the Grand Opera-house Tnursday and Friday evenings. M iss D. Snodgrass and Mrs. F. Clark, of Osgood, Ind,, are visiting at Mrs. Nora Brewington'e residence. Mr. E. Sellers and sister, of Cincinnati, also Chauncey Owens, of Covington, are the guests of Ralph Rees. jEXivuto. mt. Work and wages are looking up. The price of real estate is advancing. A good many buildings are going op. Black martins have made their appe-js The April term of Common Pleas Coort ' commences Monday. The warm sunshine of the last few days is bringing all vernation into life. We have had some fine fishing weather ror in last lew days, and the boys are b.apoy. The beautiful weather has brought out a great many pretty faces, pretty bonnets, and pretty dresses. Ben. Plnnket, the negro who made an assault on the person of Miss Ball, the daughter of a respectable family in Clarke County, was taken oat last Wednesday night and hanged. Janan-chck, supported by Harry Stew art, will give two entertainments at the Opera-house, April 8th and 9th, when Schiller's tragedy, entitled "Mary Stuart" will be produced the first night and Shak peare's "Macbeth" the second night. Lute Focel was discharged from prison Thursday night under a pardon ligneA by Gov. Blackburn. There is nothing more beautiful and sacred than mercy. Know- lt 4 risk sna n trtaa Aaaa anrl (Via alwnm, msv e i J kuv vw ai ms viiwuur stances as we do we can not heln from ap plauding Gov. Blackburn's action in this case, and believe it to be in accordance with the feelings of a large majority of the peo ple. It has been noticed with sad regret for a long lime that the Henry Clay monument in onr beautiful cemetery is crumbling away gradually, slowly but. surely. Hon. T. J. Bush has secured the passage of a hill through the House appropriating $1,053 86 for tue repairs and preservation of this monument It is believed, if left alone for a few more years, that it would fall down. This appropriation is secured for the pur pose of putting a lead covering over the lower part of the monument and thus pre serve it from farther decay. The roughs and loafers of whom we sp'ike in Thursday's issue of this paper are such fellows as congregate together for the pur pose of making themselves conspicuous by their low breeding and rough slang phrases and insulting conduct toward ladies. There are many oung men in this city out 01 employment wlio work whenever thev can get work to do and who behave themselves with decorum and resect. That notice was not intended for anv of them at all. but for those other parties ot whom we nave just spoken, and if they persist 111 their deviltry, we will publish the names of every mother's son ot thmu. NEW AUK. O. Buribo. On Thursday morning, from the Catholic Church, Mr. Winters. BimiitD On Friday morning, from her late residence on Tenth street, Mrs. Haweon Richards. Colonel Beauchamp will deliver a tem perance lecture in the Opera-house on Sun day evening. Go early and secure a seat Quite a crowd assembled at the Skating Rink to see the masquerade skating. About 10 o'clock the maks were removed, and a more surprised party was never seen. About 11 o'clock Thursday night the Fire Department was called uuon to attend afire in Pngn lane. Upon reaching the scene it was found to be the shed in which James Grady hanged .himself last November. GREENSBtJRG. IN D. The Greensburg Woolen Mills will begin operations the first of next week. Rev. A. L. Tnmpson died at hisbrother's, two miles east of this place, Fridav. Fu neral to-dav at the Presbyterian Church. Father Peppersnck, the Catholic Priest at Mulhausen, celebrated his silver jubilee (the twenty-filth anniversary vt his admis sion to the priesthood), on Wednesday. Among the distinguished guests in attend ance was Bishop Chatard, of the Vincennes Diocese. Jas. K. Ewing, who has been rusticating for several weeks past at Hot Springs, re turned home Fridav night much improved in health. Geo. M. Ewing and Col. Mc- Qneslian, who are also there, will re main teveral weeks. LA WKKIMCEBUKO, lD. Bruce Carr. of Bedford, Ind., was a visi tor at the public schools yesterday (Fri dav). Silas Abdore was united in marriage to Miss Marv To) oeton yesterday. Both par ties are from Harrison. The Good Templars gave an oyster supper on the 11th anniversary of the institution of their Lodge, at the Odd-fellows' Hall, Thursday nig'.t. The play, "Afloat to Shore," was produced with quite a good effect. Proceeds, J-35. Charles Libbert was united in marriage to Mis Mary Sherman in the Recorders office bv 'Squire J. M. Barkley, of Caesar Creek Township. Auditor Captain A. B. Patterson gave the bride away. The Cap tain made the couple a handsome present. HAMILTON. J. R, Br 'wn is home from Columbus to remain a few days. Miss Sue Vanderveer entertains the Irving Society to-night. To-night the Bakers' Union will give a grand ball, and "don't you forget it." The First N itional Bank of t dscity will soon enjoy teleph mic communication with Cincinnati, direct Rumor says she thinks there will be a wedding on Wood street in a short time, but wishes to withhold the name. Mr. Abraham Carle has withdrawn his name from the li4 of candidates for Coun cil. He would have made a go -d officer. Hamilton Social Temple of Honor gives an entertainment next Monday evening in their hall, over Third Ward fingine-h use. James R. Maxwell, Vice President of the Cope & Maxwell Manufacturing Company, was in the cuy yesieruay, tue guest ui jur. Ezra Cope. Elder J. R. Gaff will preach on Sunday morning on "scriptural (Jiiurcu Fellow ship, how it is Ootained a..d Lost." All interested are invited.- Miss Alice Rohren and Miss Lizzie Carle, two very pleasant appear! ig young ladies ot Dayton, 0 are visiting Mrs. Robert Griffith, of Third street Mt Wm. Frechtling returned home last ninht on the 10:40 train from New York, where he has been buying a large and ele gant stock of dry goods, groceries, queens ware, &o. Ahont seventy-five couples assembled at the Millville Hall Thursday night a id had a glorious time, the occasion being that of an entertainment given by Our Boys' Dra matic Club. John Murdock put up at the Phillips while in this city. He was shown around the city yesterday by Thos. McGreevy, Esq., and gives it as his opinion that Hamilton is a thriving town. A large and appreciative audience greet ed the Orator of Scotland at Beckett's Hall last night and listened to an instructive lecture. He left the impression that he is a Scotchman of wit Messrs. Hitchcock and Bell are about to start on a surveying trip. Tuey had t.ieir instruments out yesterday trying to deter mine, as near as we could learn, the depth of the mud in a certain alley. Whit Sunday will be celebrated at St Joseph Church to-morrow at 9 o'clock, a. m. Thirty-five boys and girls will take their first communion, witu Rev. Father Bein.e officiating. 'Excellent music will be furnished for the occasion by the choir, with Miss Rosa Endress as organist Mr. C. F. Clsle, we mean Charles of course, be of the bright eye, laughing lips, and tenial aspect may now be found dur ing the hours of the busy hum of indus try, in the pattern-room at the Miles Tool Works, where he plies his little tools with more than a philosophy of diction. Ha has hosts of friends. "Oh I boys." "Oh I boys." These words are identically tbe same as those used bv '"Sauire nasoy" wbile banking In mid-air from the ton of a large crane at the Hon. snyder marble works. He was painting the crane when be slipped, just catching a lad der in time to save himself till help arrived to rescue tiim uom nis perilous position. There was a grand opening of the Capl tolia Saloon, near the depot this afternoon by Tom Connor, its future proprietor The ovation will be continued this evening. Mr. Connor is a young man of business qualities and has always been highly es' teemed in our citv, and we trust his nopu larUy will he fully sustained in this new undertaking. , W APAKOHETA.O. The 8wink Bros, are still making im provements in their shop. Mr. Goldsmith, proprietor of the Lima House was in town yesterday. J. Cathran, of Napoleon, 0.. was here and trying to buy the Burnet House, but he did not succeed. Grant Stephenson is lying ill of a fever, and a little son of Louis Mever is also down with the lung fever. Leon Levy, the clothier, wore a smile Wednesday that caused evervbodv to ask him what was the matter. The answer was A girt A masanerade nartv wacivAn in honor 01 Aima r ritscn. the costumes were bean mill and ingenious, and the children en joyed it very much. anpRiirariBxn. am. Mr. Goldsmith, tbe boas clothier, goes to the Queen City to-night to lay in his spring swck. Everybody goes to see "Onr Girls" to night at Black's Opera-house. Allison and Warner, the Springfield pedestrians, will walk in Diyton in a con test airain eu lor an early day. Mr. J. Douglas Moter, City Engineer, has made a nanusome plat ui blierirt uottin's ne town, i lorenceville, between the cor poration Hue and Lagonda, on Lagouda avenue. Mr. Ward Hayward was tendered an ele gant reception on Thursday evening by his many friends at the residence of Mr. Mil bourne, on West Pleasant street Mr. Hfy ward left to day for Missouri. Charlie Barto. the boy who was with Edward Wright when he met his sad fale by being run over by the cars at Elston, Mo., has returned, and is ut his home on Pleasant street A young man bv the name of Clark, from Dayton, claims to liave been robbed of $30 on Thursday night, when he was too full for utterance. He should have better luck. Marshall Hayward ran in John Freeman and l'at Quiiilan yeteMav. Quintan was drunk and in a bad condition, having fallen into the cellar of the old Liffle suops and got badly bruised. Mr. Joe Bachman or "Little Joe," as he is better known, left onr city yesterday for L igansport, Ind., to accept a position in the house of Krans & Bro. Joe, we will nns you and many are the sad hearts left benind. What will become of your "Brother Ilinuie?" Mrs. Susan Liffle, a widow lady aged 8ixt -seven, living 111 Pike Tow us nip, was before Judge Miller yesterday, on an in quisition of lunacy. The first symptoms were of a melancholy nature, but latterly she has mauifesied a verv vicious nature on the slightest provocation. She was ad judged insane; an application will be made at once for her admittance into the asylum a Dayton. The American Union Telegraph Com pany have completed the removal of their office from the St James Hotel to the room in the Lagonda House building, soon to be occupied by Mr. Ed. LeiHd as a ciear store. Mr. W. S. Haskins is the gentle manly manager 01 the 'trice, and the pub lic "ill find him ever willing and ready to oblige them in any way in bis power. The Committee of ten appointed by the Clark County Agricultural society to raise money ior the special premiums for the pur pose of coping with the Central Ohiit Fair Association, is meeting with success. It is now an open fight between tbe two Associ- ati ns. and Clark County's interest ought to be upheld. Quite a number of the business men have sig nified their willingness to do their part. The Committee was to meet to-da? at 1:30 o'clock, in the County Commissioners' room, when arrangements were to be com pleted to make a thorough canvass for sub scriptions. The Committee are m follows: John Driscol, A. K. Ludlow, Amos W Ite ley, W. 3. Thompson, D. P. Jetterie-, L. B. tiprague, James Clark, J. 8. K. Hazzard, Smith Wallace ami Chas. Stewart WeUclies. . Large stock Gold Watches, from $15 up to $250. Silver from $5 to $50. The best and cheapest in the market, Come and see them. 11. R. Strueve, 233 Walnut street, between Fifth and Sixth. .ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Administrator' Sale. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF THE Probate Court of Hamilton Couatv. State of onio. 1 will offer for sale at publiu auction, on TUESDAY, lhe4tbdayof May, . D. 1880, at 3 o'clock in the afiernoo.i, upou the premises, the follow. ns described 1-ot-or pareeltof land Known ami desifinateu on the plat of subdivision of part 01 me muus ui niinnui uuuiu, ueueaseQ, situate, lying and being near Lane Seminary, in Walnut Hills, in the Ciiy of Cincinnati, Hamilton Couu ty, stale of Ohio, to-wit: Lot No. 1, fronting ou the east side of Montgom ery fikit (now Gilbert avenue) sixty-five (86) feet and extending back east, between parallel l.nes, one limiiiied aud seventy and tmrleeu one hun dredths (170 13-100) feel on the north line, and one hundred and nliiely-tive and fony-two one hun dredths (l'J6 ti luu)on the soma Hue to iheeust line of said l.t A upraised ai $48 IH) per front foot. Lot Mo. 2, fronting on the east side of Montgom ery Fine (now Uiiburt aveuue) Kity-biX and sxiy eiKhi one hundredths (66 S8 10O) feet, and extend ing back east, between parallel lines, one hua dred and iurty-eiht alio seven one hundred!, s (148 7-100) feet on the north line, and one hun dred and seventy and th rteen one-hundredths (17u ia-100) feet on the south line to Hie east line uf mild lob Appraised at tW 00 pet front foot Lot No. 8, fronting iMeuly-ttve (25) feet on the east side of Maple street, and extending baek east between parahel lines one hundred and twenty Uve (1U) ieu Appraised at fU 00 per front foot. Lot No. 4, fronting tweuty-ttve (25) feet ou the east side 01 Maple street, and extending back east between parallel lines one hundred and twemy uve (125) feet. Appraised at fit 00 per front tout. Lot Nj. 5, fronting twenty-Uve (25) feet on tbe east s.de of Maple s-reet, and extending back east between parallel Hues one hundred andtweuty five (126) feel. App aised at f Ui 00 per front foot. And also all thai certain lot or ract of land in said comity of Hamilton, btate of Ohio, fronting on tne wensiae 01 inerain in npixe, wirty 130) feet and extendina back westward!; between iwr- allel lines three hundred and sixty-two and one half (3ti2X) feet, being a leasehold. Appiaised at H .000 for lease and improvements. Terms ot Sale One-third cash in hand on day of sale, and the balance in two equal payra nts in one and two years with Interest, the deferred pay ments 10 tie atcureu uy notes ana mortgages on the prem Hale to commence on Gilbert avenue lots promptly at 8 o'O.ock. 18AA0 1. MILLER, Admiuhirator, Willi the will aaaexed, of the es tate 01 nm. uoiua, deceased. Btons Btomr, Attorneys. Meyers, Uiblts and Co., AcoUontess. INSURANCE. FIDELITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Brick Iwelliip ItuiroJ foil $1 M tt $J pr $1,8011, 76 W. THIRD ST., CINC15N1TL X. T. BKOOKASLD, President , CHARLES SOLE, Secretary, VENETIAN LINIMENT. $2,000 KEWAIB ! 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TOBIAS' HORSK LINIMENT in pint bottles, and Derby Condition Powders Certificates have been received from Colonel D McDaniels, Dr. J. W. Weldon. Colonel Bush. Colonel E. H. Delevan, 136 West Twenty-second street. New York ;S. L. Cohen, President of th Consolidated Card Company, New York; C. O. voorhees, Esq., forty-eighth street and Broad way, New York; W. Litchfield, Esq., 540 Main street, Hartford; James D. Miller, Esq., Browns ville, Pa.; Ryersoa. Brown fc Davit, 128 Most Thirty-second street New York; Nathan Jeslin, Esq., Webster, Mass.; B. & Caldwell. Agent of Middlesex Qnary Company, Portland, Ct; B. 8. Leadbeater, Esq., 600 Seventh avenue. New York: Griffing 4 Bros., Agricultural Warehouse, SO Cort land street New York; Geo. W. Wklls, Esq., agent 01 tne Baltimore ooai company A. J. Pond, Esq., Superintendent of the Broadway Railroad, Boston, Mass.; A. Woodward, Esq., Exchange Hotel, Bangor, Maine; and 1,000 others can be seen at the Depot: 42 Murray St, N. Y. AVNopay if the Liniment and Powders are not superior to any other. If you once give them a trial you will never be without them. Sold by all Druggists. The Family Liniment is 25 and 50 cents; the Horse, 90 cents, in pint bottles; the Derby Pow ders, 25 cents a box. STATEMENT. A NNUA.L STATEMENT OF THE CORPORA A tlon Clerk of the village of Avondals for the fuud year ending March 15th, A. D. U8. RECEIPTS. Balance on hand March 17, 1879... 2,899 96 Received Irom taxes 19,971 M Received from Turnpike Company ......... 1,441 12 Received from other sources. 240 13 Total Receipts... 124,562 88 xpExnmTBxa General fund.......'..... ... Light fund .r. ),12 90 3,32:1 60 2.gH)8 Police fund Sanitary fund. .. Real estate rand . Improvement and repairs. ... 1.H27 80 1,929 00 7,278 86 Total expenditures............ 118,629 02 Balance on hand......,,...,.,.,.,..,. 15,921 63 , App oved and correct VLAMEN BALL, Jr., John Dicksom, Mayor. Corporation Clerk. spl 5t PAINTER. C. U. GRAINGER, PAIN TEH, And Dealer In Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes and Painter's Materials. II. B. All kinds of ready Mixed Paints. IMlrMaas avrna (bet Tth and 8th streets), CINCINNATI, O. LEGAL. VTOTICB 18 HER KB Y GIVEN THAT THE J.1 subscriber has been appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Wens Kramer, late ui uoiuawju vuumy, aeceaseo. JOHN CRAMER, Executor. Dated this 20th day of March, 1880, mh20-HW VTOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN THAT THE i.1 subscriber has been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of John H. Pane, u xuuuiiiuu iouaiy, ueceaaeu. A. H. PAPK, Administrator. Jokm A KoiJtia, Attorneys. mh6-8ta Dated this th day of March, 188a Assignee's sale of Heal Kstate, JOHN W. LENEIN. ASSIGNEE OF FEN TON C. Rogers, plaintiff, against Marie R. E. Booth et ai., aeienaama. -rnrsuaut to the commands of an oner of sale issued from the Court ot Common P eas of Olarmont County, Ohio, to ms directed, I will expose to public sale unon the premises, on TUESDAY. April 27th, 1880, commencing at the hour of 10 n'cliick a. m., and eontiuuing uutil 4 p. 111., the following described real estate: Being Lois nnm bers twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-nine, forty-five, forty-six, forty-seven, forty-eight forty-nine, fifty, flitv-one, fiity-two, sixty-one, nxty-two, sixty-three, sixty-four, sixty five, sixty-six, sixty-seven, sixlv-elght and sixtv. nine, (say 26. 27, 29, 45, 46, 47. 48, ti, 50, 51, 62, 61. 62. 63, 64, 65. 66, 67. 68. and 69,) ill Patrick Rodger' addition to the Town of California, Hamilton County, Ohio, ApDraised as follows Lois nuiu beis twenty-six, twenty-seven, and sixty-nine at forty dollars (840) each. Lois numbers forty-hve forty-six. forty-seven, forty-eight, forty-nine, fifty, flfiy-one. fifty-two, sixty-one. sixty-two, tixty three, sixty-four, sixty-five, sixty-six sixty-seven, sixty-eight and twemy-nine, at twenty-tliree dol lars and thirty-three and one-thlid cents (say 823 33) each. Terms of Sale One-third cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in two-years from day of sale, deferred payments to bear interest fr m day of tale, and to be secured by mortgxge on the prem ises. - JOHN W. LENN1N, mh27-5B Assignee of Fen Ion C. Rogers. PAPER HANGINGS, &o. ANDREW A, MARGESON, DEALER IN PAX 131, HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHADES, No. 250 W. Fourth Street, CINCINNATI. O. UNDERTAKERS. T. J. MULY1H1LL, UNDERTAKER, i:orihettHt Cor. of Seventh autl Sycamore Ms., Ulucinuati, Office Open Day and Night NOTICES. THE STATE OP OHIO. HAMILTON COUN1Y Common Pleas, Case No. 61,726. Berlha C. E. Dells, plaintiff, against Jacob liehs. defendant The aefendant will take notice that the said piaintitt has tiled bar petition in the arjnve Court in said action 011 the 8tb day of March, 1880, prav i ne for a divorce and other rel ef. and Unit saii'l cause will stand for trial after the 8th day of May, 1S80. BERTHA C. E. DELLS. G. Ltndrvanh, Plaintiff's Attorney. Cincinnati, March 27ti, 1880. mh27-6tS FEATHERS. DON'T CHOAK AfY more about hard times. 20,uu0 poundsof Splendid Feathers For orly 15c per pound, tn lots to suit Lsree 5-pound p i 1 1 0 w s (1 each. Full size bol sters tl 50 each. 35 pound beds (6. Adit . H. C. DRE-HER' Count to large buyers. Successor to Morrison & Co.. 21 West Sixth street between Main and Walnut upstairs. PLUMBING, ore. THOS. G. NE8KI, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, and CAS FITTER, 380 Conrt Street, between Wesley aveaus and uourt street uinciimatL Ventilation of Sewors and Water Closets a srie- clalty. All work will receive personal attention. PUBLICATIONS. We beg to announce that we have prepared 1 COMPREHENSIVE CATALOGUE, Containing a complete list of American and For eign Serial Publications. tt gives the nature, frequency of issue, and price of over Seven Hundbed Magazines and Periodicals, classified for convenient reference. Mailed to any address, en receipt of ten cents In postage stamps. American Publication CoVy, 857 Washington St., Boston, Mass. PIANOS AND ORGANS. THE EMERSON PIANOS. The unprecedented demand for these beautiful Instruments far surpasses any thins in the history of the Piano trade In this city. This demand is based alone on the superior qualities of the instru ments. The action, In material, and in every other respect is precisely tbe same as in many of the celebrated nukes. The cases, in fine material aud beautiful finish, can not be surpassed. JOHN CHURCH At CO., GO West Fourth Street. BUSINESS COLLEGE. S. E. Cor. Fourth and Tine sts., MILL MACHINERY. I. fc E. GREEN WALD, 248 EABT PBABL ST., CINCINNATI. XANUVACTUBB BKT QUALITY OV MILL MACHINERY For Ploar Mills, rapes Mills, White Lead Mills. Pawiicr Mills. Ilium. DlatllKrie. Elevators for drain, Coal. c Have extensive and complete as sortmeMof (tearing, Pslley and Hanger Patterns, BhaAlDg and misoellaaeeus saachiBWjr niaa promptly to order. Periodical Literature MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. Mayor'sProclamation MAYOR'S OFFICR, Cincinnati, March as, lsa The qualified electors of the city OF CINCINNATI are hereby notified that the An. nual Municipal Election for City and Township Officers will be held in said city on MONDAY, the 5th Day of April, 1880 ( Xd the same will be held at the usual places of voting heretofore In their respective Wards, with, the following exceptions, which have been desig nated by the Common Council since the date of the election held on the 12th day of October. A. IX 1879: : 1 Ninth Ward. District B. at former Engine-house, east side of Vine street betwoon ftmrt mil i'..i streets. Fourteenth Ward. District A. east corner of Poplar and Linn streets; and at euwomer places as may nereafter, and prior W said election, be changed and designated by the Council in any ward, For the Following Officers: Twelve members of the Board of Education, Six Aldermen tn Ha 1ma1 in t.ha niet.!. .im posed of tne Fifth, Sixth, Eighty Ninth and ieu in vvaras. One Alderman to be elected In the District com posed of the Eleventh, Twelfth, Twenty-third, TwentV-follrth. anil Twentv-fifth Wan-la to A, I th. vacancy flee Byron BUnton, resigned. oix a mermen to oe elected in the District c cm posed of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Twenty-second Wards. One Alderman to be elected In the District com posed of the Seventeenth, Eighteenth, nineteenth, Twentieth and TwMtitv.Aiat w.m). ia itt,ond. - . . " . . .W U.. ,u. ,ir cancy vice John Mackey, Jr., resigned. uue nam trustee (council) for each Ward foi the full teint ot two years. 1 Township Ticket. One Constable ior each Ward. One Assessor for each Ward. On the said 5th day of April the Judges of Elections In their reaneetlvn WrH will judicious persona, having the qualification ol ciwvura, wxervens rent jurors in the Bupeilot Court of Cincinnati, according Ut the following apportionment certified to by the said Court Pre cinct. No.o! Jurors, 7 6 U 6 10 1 29 12 7 6 6 . IS 11 11 IS 7 li 17 11 IK 12 17 9 10 11 12 17 1 10 It 9 Wards. First , A B C T First Kirbt F'rsi.. Second A second B Third a Tnird B rouitn ..m......... A fourth B Fourth f! Fifth A Ffth n Sixth A Sixth B Seventh ., a Seventh B Eighth A Eighth B Ninth..... M A Ninth B Tenth A Tenth B Eleventh A Eleventh,.... B Twelfth m A Twelfth B Thirteenth,, A Tnirieenih B Fourteenth a Fourteenth B Fifteenth. A F fteentb - B Sixteenth A 10 12 10 11 10 16 12 : 7 19 5 17 9 r 7 10 11 12 15 9 13 Sixteenth . B Seventeenth.. a Seventeenth B Eiahteenth A Eighteenth.. , B jNiiietceiun.. a Nineteenth.. B Twentieth Twentieth Twenty-first. , Twenty-tirst..... Twenty-first A B A B O Twenty-seeond , tmm a Tweniy-seeond B Twenty-third. A Twenty-third B Twenty-fourth A Twenty-fourth B Twenty-fifth a Total ........m 800 The noils will be oneti between the lion of h and 7 o'clock in the morning,and close at ( o'clock in the evening. Given under my hand and the Foranrnte seal ol sa d city this 26th day of March, a. D. 1880. Isealj ciias. JACOB, JB., Mayor. KIDNEY WORT. THE ONLY MEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time on THE LIVER. Tlls9BOWELSt and the KIDNEYS. These treat organs art the satural cleans, era f Ui system, if I lie j work well, health will b perfect 1 If they beeoms eloggtd, dreadful djwues art star to follow wits) TERRIBLE SUFFERING nileunsss. Headache, Dyspepsia, tata. tlcetCeastlpstloaaa Piles, or Hi. stay CsasplalnU, dravsl, slaltes, Sedlmaut la the Vilas, XUkl ei Bopy Urlnti sr Base aatlR Pains a ad Aehasu are (eveloped because the Mood is poisoned wita tn unmans wm saeaia nava mu eapsUed naturally. v 1 n m rr v.uft oT l&ssiBa s - n wia ata wBtresters tkshesltty setter and sll th IF deatrerlas svlW will tie baniKhed , aeglsct them ana you will live bat to Suffer. , Thowaadskare beta eared. Try it an yon will add eoe mors to tb Bomber. Taks It nd health wl 1 1 one iaore gladden your matt. Why suffer longer from the tornwilt Of an aohlng baok T Why bear such distress fromOon ttlpetlon and Plies? . ' Why be so fearful beMUM Of tfla ordered urine 7 Knwsv-woitTwtH ears yom. Try sjcir age st one and b satisfied. ft U dry Irftlabtt cewijtkMMMi J da rers ag stakes alt aaarta ef ilela. IW ttnw - va t- ft mm. art pn tt. rrU, tlM. THIS, BCCAtMM I CO., I?! Is 1 WSIavSatrM. . St-fTl?!"!, Tt sr S'ljl'SSlUfl Ittlf lUlsJ BOOKS, &c. YOU will find at STEVENS' BOOlf STORE all the New Books and Magazines, Birthday Cards, Flower Paper and other materials, Ornamental fhelf Paper, new styles Note Papers anrl Envelopes, Visiting Cards, Regret Cards, Photograph Frames, Albums, Franklin Square and Seaside Li braries; besides many novelties in Station ery articles for Household Ornament, and tor Presents, Rewards and Prices for Schiil urs, &c For anything yon want In Books 1 and Stationery visit or write to GEO. B, BTEVENS, 89 W. Fourth street, Cincinnati,