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mn Cincinnati daily stab, Saturday evening, apbildj isso.
hi re GLADSTONE GLAD To See Lord Beaconsfldtd Beau tifully Bounced. Clergy In France will Oppose the Decree. Or eat Britain. . TIKES BITES IT VP. national Associated Prea to tbe Star. London. Aprlle. ineiaiesireTOroBsuuw the election of 235 Liberals, including .Horn Rulers, and 121 Conservatives, giv- Ids a net Liberal gain of 6L The Times, lmmrrllnv a Lthnrnl Government as a 111 ft t- terof course, discusses the consequent no- 1 ' - n I IIUIa.I niYMnAotjl and thinks that Mr. U180- r r- i" I - .Atone is certain to take office. RETURNS FROM IRELAND. If The returns from Ireland are coming for- I . .1 1.. Tv 1 .. 1 1 I -1 n,l a 1 i V .wara siuwijr. juhubi. uh uiwwu i l a? ir 1 1 vr ii n a no n terat, rejecting mr. biioh. wi. ihmb has been re-elected for Ennis. Mr. Kenealy 4t,aa K..n AataataA at. Atokaa. Mr. Parnell has abandoned his intended lait to Enniscarthy next Sunday, ana !hu arrived at Cork, where he will remain (until tbe elections ar decided. VOREION PAPERS EXULTING. The St. Petersburg, Berlin and Vienna ibourses are very strong. The Pans news- ilnftnei-iL La France. Pannel and Liberte exult over tne ueiei wi mo vuit- .,..-. The German papers unanimously view Mr. 'Gladstone's government with apprehen- tiion. The Austrian and Turkish journals rare astonished at the result of the elec- Uons. fcNOLAND WILL BE ISOLATED. Dispatches from Berlin and Vienna Btate Hhat it is considered at those capitals that England will be isolated if Mr. Gladstone becomes Chief of the Cabinet BEACON8PIKLD BEATEN AT HOKE. Avlesburv. tne county town oi miCKine- i 1 hamshire, In which county Lord Beacons- i field's property is situated, and where dur- bine the lifetime of his wife he resided for a ligreat portion of his tune, hasturned against miD. X lie town in josi t ariiaineu. woo ivy (resented byStrNathan Mayer de Rothschild, a Liberal, and 8a ml. Geo. Smith, Conserv- Fiativn. hut at the election held there vester- ..uuj in i . ..,, " " - - I' election, was defeated and Baron Rothsch id UAt M N, .iifrh dihn wna a ftanniriam fnr rA- Pi' and Mr. G. W. E. Russell, Liberal, were returned. This result is not only personally mortl flvine to Lord Beaconsfleld, but is consul efed as an indication that the hopes which tbe Conservatives, up to this time, have entertained of retaining their strength in the counties and rural districts were fal lacious. Avlesburr is a pleasing and rather roraantio town, situated in the heart of one of the most beautiful and fertile counties of England. It has a considera ble local trade, and is a prosperous and thriving town. The number ol registered voters at the last election in Aylesbury Vers 14,123. A LOAN FOR QDEEN8T0WN, London, April 3. Subscriptions have been invited for a two million pounds ster- ling loan to the Qneenstown Government, Tbe bonds bear four per cent, interest, and and the minimum price is fixed at eighty even pounds per one hundred pounds sterling. France, WILL FIGHT THE DECREE. Paris, April 3 The religious bod lea throughout France are organizing for a united opposition to the Government's decrees. Prof Nordenskiold arrived .here " this morning and is being lionized by the emi nent savants. Itnumelia. ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE. Sofia, April 3. Prince Alexanderjarrlved ere yesterday and was met with a most enthusiastic welcome. To-night the town was brilliantly Illuminated in honor of his return. Ituaala. prince's courier arrested. St. Petersburg. April 3. The courier of Prince De Lieven. Minister of Demains, was yesterday arrested at the Prince's palace ch rged with being implicated in a I! uuuuist secret pruning preaa. I Austria. 4 mnnmin nrmoLPH betrothal. VIENNA. April o. it is omciauy an oounced that the Archduke Rudolph, rnnce imperial or Austria, win marry tne 15 Prince's Stephanie Clothilda of Belgium in Ii February 188L POLITICAL. Rational Associated Press to tne Star. Ti GOVERNOR FENTON WORKING UP A BOOH. i New YoRKt April 3. Governor R. E. IFenton. of this Btate, has been a visitor Groebeck boom, with the understanding I that if the Cincinnati Convention nomi- i nates Mr. Groesbeck, Fenton and his friends M Will be able to bring over a lart;e Kepubll- J tan IOUOWing to support tne tic&eh U MR. GBOESBECK's LETTER. Colonel Taylor yesterday received the . 1 , . lH : ....,-. .A 1.1. lA4tB m-fl h- following reuij ill misvvej w nia icuni wuir i' Un ntvurtii fiAv mnpA tn Air. uroefloecK! Cincinnati, March 30, 1880, iviinnel J. S. Tavlor. Chairman, &o: SMt Dear Sib I received on Saturday mnr letter of the 25th inst. Coming with- J put previous hint or expectation, it was a lurnripe to me, and 1 feel embarrassed In eoniplylng with your request that I would answer it. You ask me if I would accept a nomina- !, kv tha annroachiiiB Democratic Con- vention for the Presidency of the United States. Who would not? I do not suppose that anv one able to appreciate It would decline so great an honor. If you mean to ask me whether I will become a candidate nd seek ti e nomination, my answer is in i,m ntiv. If the Democratic party. wants me lor any puraose it win can me. If it don't want me I prefer not to bother it This is the old rule, and I like it. More over, it should not be overlooked that many candidates have been already brought before ns, some of Whom are very aaiinent for ability and publio service. What nad to look further? Ton inanire also fui my views of policy. 4c, for tbe Democratic party. These I eould give without embarrassment; but if 1 eave them in this connection and in a letter chiefly personal it would eeem.not- arithatanrfiBff what I have said, that I was commending myself. It would be a pleas-1 drowned while surveying the break. Un nre to comply with your request on a more stopped np, of ' which there seems no , fitting occasion. I shall be very sorry if SBK Wrednie. To be thought worthy of the Presidency ot the United States, is a compliment never to be forgotten, and for which I shall always be thankful. I am very respectfully, W. 8. Gbocsbiok. ' WORKINU WORLD. BALTIMORE OIQAB-MAKEBS. National Associated Press to the Stab Baltimore, April 8. At a meeting of the Cigar-makers' Union, held last night, it was resolved that on and after Monday next the price for making cigars should not be less than $6 per thousand, instead of $1 and $5, as heretofore paid. If this demand is not oonipiied with a general strike is probable. HARMONY MILLS SPINNERS. Cohobs, N. Y., April 3. No compromise has been reached between tbe Harmony Company and the" spinners. Two Com mittees have waited upon the Company since Thursday, but were unable to make any settlement. Two thousand looms are running. It is impossible to keep filling enougu ahead to employ any mora than fnMn T4- is fannrtari that. Ksh- It is reDorted that Rob ert Johnston, General Manager, is in Canada " MeeBM. im making arrangements lor tne importation ol help. STRIKE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. Nashua, N. H., April 3. About forty lah,,rra at the Nashua Iron and Steel Works struck yesterday for an advance of wages from 1 12 to II 60 per aay. ine demand was not complied with and tne company decided to pay on all who aid not return to work to-day. No ohange in the strike at Jackson's Mills is reported. METROPOLITAN MENTION. AMERICAN BIBLE BOCIETT. National Associated Press to the Stat NkwVork. Anrll 3. The annual meet- Intr of the American Bible Society was held here yesterday. The nnanciai statement shows receipts for tbe month of March to be S72.BS9 94. Of this amount $16,208 58 were donation!. $1,009 81 from rents. $13,221 19 from legacies. $42,552 36 from sale of books. Payments for month were $50,243 11. Total receipts for year ending March 31st were 008,342 28, Grants of books for sale and distribution nhi-nad through cnlnorteurs. auxiliarv so- nieties and others were made, amounting in value to $19,000. The number of volumes 0f the Bible issued during the month of March was 95.080: for the vear it was 1 130,345, not including those issued to foreign lands. THE BIBHOP'S GOOD ADVICE. The session of the New York Eastern Con ference in Brooklvn was resumed yester day. Candidates for tbe ministry who had been on trial were examined by the Bishop, Among other things be called tiieir atten tion to the rule regarding women. lie warned tbem against familiarity witn women. They should converse sparingly and conduct themselves prudently with women, for it was just at this point where men fell. ' They were apt to do very culld' ish things if they were not careful. There was not a woman wnose opinien was worth having who would not respect them more if they were circumspect and careful. The candidates were then ad mitted into membership. Balloting then took place for sii'deletiates to tbe General Conference to be beid m Cincinnati. Ohio Legislature. . YESTERDAY'S SESSION. HOUSE. Columbus, April 3. Tbe House passed the following: Senator Pond's bills relating to the build- lng of railroads in certain townships of Van Wert Countv. Mr. Klrbv's SenaieTJiU authorizing Ba cvrns to build machine shops.. Senator Curtis' bin allowing a railroad to have its principal office on any line with which it connects. Licev's House joint resolution removing Meilly's Midgets from the State-house yards to the Girls' Home, at Delaware. Senator Entreken's bill providing that tiie question of a free turnpike shall be sub mitted to a vote i tne people nut once. Tbe following were introduced: By Mr. Hayes To prohibit the manu facture and sale ol oleomargerine. 1 By Mr. Ray To allow Asssistant Prose cuting Attorneys, in the absence of their principals, to prepare bills of indictment i ne uouse, on motion oi ur. escott, re fused to concur in the Senate amendments to the Appropriation Bill. SENATE. Columbus, April 3. The Senate passed the following: senator Zi neks, permitting a protest to be made througn tbe mails in cities having postal carriers. Senator Richards' bill providing for perpetuating testimony to be transmitted to Higher oourts. Senator Beer's bill extending the life of chattel mortgages to two years. senator Pringle s bill confining the ex emption of personal property to residents of Ohio. Senator Links' bill establishing a Board of Fire Commissioners in Dayton, Senator Carran's bill prohibiting the catch- ine of trout and salmon except by angling, After considerable uiscussion tne senate adopted a resolution to adjourn on April 12th. Adjourned until Tuesday. Sherman at Columbue. National Associated Press to the Star. Columbus. April 3. Secretary Sherman arrived in this city at 1 o'ciocs: yesterday. He was met at the depot by Gov. foster, Ex-Gov. Dennison. and other prominen citizens. Carriages conveyed the distin guished visitor to the residence of Gov, Foster, w hose guest tie win be during uis stay. After dinner he was driven to the Neil House, where an lniormai reception was held in the parlors. He suDseaiiently called at the Republican State Committee Rooms, and thence was escorted to the Canitol. where he visited both the House and Senate. Both bodies took a recess to receive him. Last night he attended the Onhprnatoriul reception. Gov. Foster's residence' was brlllantly lighted. Tbe State officials and members of the Assembly called with few excep- tions. The general public also crowded the elegant hohse. Full dress was not generally observed. The programme to serenade Secretary Sherman had progressed so fares the engagement of the Barracks' Band.but upon a conterence with the in-, tended recipient, he advised against it He stated that he had embodied in his Mansfield speech all he desired to say at this time in Ohio. The engagement was then counter manded. The Secretary leaves at noon to day for Washington City. " Brehf the fflUetaslppl Levee. National Associated Press te the Star. New Osliahs, April 3. The levee oppo site the Sixth . District of the city broke yesterday aud rapidly , enlarged, so that now several plantations are under water and the Mergen Railroad has stopped its trains, tha track being under water for roues. Three negroes were swampea ana probability, all the Lafonrcier dtrantrr will inured, -nd .11 of the Orleansrlght ", destroying ' thousands o! Orange groves. OVEB ' HIE BHIDGE. COTINeTOX. Give til a good old Convention. The Cincinnati beer gardens will be opt n to-morrow. There will ba Sunday services at Drex elius Hall to-morrow afternoon. The initials B. G. are very obnoxious to us, namely Bill Glore and Bill Grant For purity in politics, honesty and effi ciency in official duties, vote for Hallam. - Articles of incorporation were filed yes terday by the Kenton County Gunning and Fishing Club. Thirty-five couple participated In the re ception at the Ashbrook House, evening before last. The DroDosed new iail can not be built for less than $85,000 according to the plans adopted by Council. The chronle frauds who call themselves the Sunday Committee should at least em ploy a Deputy Constable. Warrants were issued yesterday for Vic tor Enftert, B. Horstman and J. Bramlage for violating the Sunday law. Dan. Gray, who was arrested for being implicated in a robbery m Cincinnati, was Honorably dismissed yesterday. Jackson Hart of Boston. Mass.. and Effle Parsons, of Mt. Washington, 0 were grant ed a marriage license yesterday. Miss Katie Collopv and Mrs. Rvan and daughter, of Lexington, Ky,, are the guests of tne truly charming Miss Hannah Cre mins. . There is one thing that puzzles us, and that is why the Sabbath Committe are not made to pay the costs in cases that are de cided against them. Real Estate Transfers. Mary J. Ware to Emma J. Collins. 20X by 89 feet, on the north Bide of Pleasant street, 119J4 feet east of Greenup; $1,550. The Social Five have completed all their arrangements and propose to have tbe big gest and best ball of tiie season at Odd-fellows' Hall Monday evening. It is said that the Leap Year surprise given by Miss Kate Callahan and Miss Maria Morgan, at the residence of Mr. Louis Kueven, was a grand affair. The funeral of Mrs. Boyle took place to day from her residence on Fifth street, and was largely attended, iler remains were placed in the vault at Linden Grove Cem etery. At the drawing for those two valuable cases of stuffed birds, which took place last evening at the residence of Wm. West- wood, Philadelphia street, the bolder of ticket No. 120 drew the first choice and No. 12 the second. Theodore Leverman received informa tion yesterday that the Governor bad re mitted the two fines imposed by the late session of the Grand Jury, one for keeping a tippling House ana tne otber for selling liquor to a minor. Tbe residence of Colonel James O. Orr was entered - by burglars last night. Tbe rascals bundled up all the silverware and were just about to make off with it when tbey were frightened off. Only two small goblets were missed. Charley Haines received a letter from his father, W. W. Haines, yesterday, bring ing the sad intelligence that tbe latter is laid up by the breaking of a bone in his leg, by the overturning of a wagon at Bir mingham, Ala,, where lie is located tem porarily. The Little Gems will open their spring season to-nigbt at Drexelius Hall with grand soiree. An excellent string band has been engaged and the well-known rep utation oi tins club should be sufficient in ducement, to warrant a large attendance. Mrs. Henrv Peters, nee Miss Lizzie Freck- ing, died at her home this morning on Phil adelphia street after a short illness. The deceased was twenty-three years of age and her death will be learned with regret by a large circle of friends and relatives. Her funeral will take place Monday morning from St. Aloysius Church. Sunday Law. The case of William Bobb was tried yesterday by 'Squire Ewan aud a jury. The jury failed to agree and were discharged at 4 o'clock. Several ballots were taken and tbe vote stood eaoh time nine to three for acquittal. 'Bquire Mclaughlin yesterday ordered a venire of one hundred citizens to report at the Council Chamber, in the Court-house, next Monday as jurymen in cases of viola tion of tne Sunday law. Tne plan devised by him and his brother Magistrate Ewan is to bold Court alternate days after tbe style of the Criminal Court While a jury is out on one case try another, and thus push the cases right through. School Board. At the School Board meeting last night Mr. Ash worth moved that the Board of Examiners be instructed to renew all two years' certificates held by teachers in the schools. Adopted. The Clerk was instructed to notify the several rrincipaisof tne scnoois of this ac tion. The Committee on Ways and Means of fered as an estimate, to serve as a basis for a recommendation, to ask for a tax levy of 25 cents on the $100 valuation and a tithe tax of $2 on each male inhabitant. Re ceipts, $46,450, including revenue at 25 cents on the $100 on a total tax valuation of $14,000,000; disbursements, $46,934 20, leaving a deficit ot S474 zu, to be made up by further economy and retrenchment. Mr. JiosiwicK moved to present the esti mate to Council and adopt the recommend ation of the Committee. Carried. Religious. Rev. 0. A. Bartholomew takes for the subject of his morning ser mon to-morrow ''Consideration:" for the evening sermon, "Come." Rev. tieo. Mcllvaine Dubois, of Wilming ton. Del., who has been called as Rector of Trinity Jfi. Church, will arrive to-dar and fill that pulpit to-morrow. He will be the euest of Oovernor John VV. Stevenson. Rev. Mr. Dubois is a grandson ot Bishop MClivaine. - The following is a list of the vestrymen elected last night by the congregation of Trinity tr. XL Church: J. W. Stevenson. D. N. Comingore, K. A. Jones, U. H. Thomas, Frank Jb'oro, uugn jucuonaid, it. Uamil ton, J. W. Baker and W. K. Benton. This j, tUo 0& Testry. with the exception of Mr. Benton, who succeeds his father, Hon. M. .Benton. JtEWFOra Scott Pagan . and FhiL Link will leave Monday forLeadnlle The Republicans will elect Delegates to- nigbt to tbe liouisvuie convention. The Investigation Committee of the New port and Covington Bridge did not trans act any business yesteraay. , RiLisiorjs. Rev. R Cooper, D.D.. will preach to-morrow morninfat the Columbia-street Presbyterian Church. After the sermon it will De seen ll tbe services of Rev. Eben Muse can be secured for another year. It Is hoped that there will be a full attendance. Mr. Lorenzo Winkless, one of our best young men, and Miss Lizzie 8cbnelder, a very amiable and accomplished young lady, were united in marriage Wednesday evening last at St, John's Episcopal Church, Cincinnati. The happy young couple have taken up their residence in thia city. Bold Burglary. Yesterday evening about six o'clock two men entered the resi dence of Mrs. Cass, on Isabella street under the pretense of selling a sewing ma chine. Mrs. Cass, who bad just returned from Cincinnati, laid her jewelry down on a table at which the rascals were seated, and went into an adjoining room lor a moment vvnen sne returned tne men were gone, and her sparks disappeared with them. Mrs. Cass informed Lieuten ant Cottingham of the theft The jewelry consisted of a ring, breast-pin and ear rings, and were valued at $40. Religious Notes. Rev. W. W. Tinker will preach his farewell serm in at the First Baptist Church to-morrow evening. Ha leaves shortly for Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Rev. H. Gellert, of the German Baptist Church, will preach to-morrow eveeing at the First Baptist Church, Covington,' after which he will administer the rite of baptism.- - Thirty-four boys and thirty-two - girls will receive their first Communion at St Stephen's Church to-morrow morning.,; The late, mass will begin at 9 o'clock, one hour earlier than usual. v Rev. Mr. Mullenix returned last evening from his trip to Hillsboro, Ohio, and'. will officiate morning and evening at Grace M. E. Church. Joe Ritter'8 Examining Trial. The ex amining trial of Joseph Ritter, Jr., for the murder of Charles Theis was called before Mayor Harton this morning shortly after nine ojkslock. There was a perfect jam sur rounding the Court-houBe lone before the doors were thrown open and at the hour of commencement there was scarcely room lor tbe witnesses and attorneys in tbe case to move. Be it said, however, to the oreditof Chief Lock, perfect order was kept throughout the trial. Messrs. Nelson and Ducker ap peared for the defense, and County Attor ney Hidgar represented the Commonwealtn, Nearly anhourelapsed before tbe witnesses could be brought together, and it was 10 o'cl-ck before young Ritter was brought tmm the Jail. The young man looked deathly pale, and trembled with fear of what was to come. Perfect order was preserved, and there ap peared to be but little excitement Mr. Liuciter stated that toe detense wisned to waive all questions except the right to admit the prisoner to bail. The commonwealth's Attorney obiected, and the examination of witnesses pro ceeded. Mr. Pete Betz was the first witness called. He knew of no trouble that existed be tween Joseph Ritter, Jr., and Charles Theis previous to the shooting at the corner of Jefferson and Monmouth streets. On re turning from having the wounds in my head and hands dressed, I met the crowd at the above corner. Here got into a fuss with Meyers, and was knocked senseless in the gutter, aud was unconscious when the shooting took place. Jacob Uugie sworn Was standing on the corner of Jefferson- and Monmouth, and Betz and Meyer were fighting; someone hit me and knocked me In the gutter; when got np 1 seen Ritter shoot Theis; I seen him nre both shots; Hitter was about six feet away ; Theis was lying flat on his back, on Jefferson street, with his feet facing Saratoga street; am positive I saw Ritter bre both shots; Theis, after be was shot, called me and I found a revolver lying loosely in his right hand, and Ritter was standinz en. the left of Theis. I did not see Theis point the revolver at Ritter: I took the revolver from his hand and eave it to his uncle. Fred. Theis. Cross- examined bv Nelson: Was at ball Monday night at Eclipse Hall and drank three glasses of beer. Questions by Edgar: Could Hitter have gotten out of the way of Theis pistol? Question objected to by Nelson and sustained by the Court Mrs. Donahue, who resides on the oddo- site of the street from where the shooting took place, tea ti tied that she beard two shots fired, but could not see who fired them. A revolver 'was next produced and Gugle was recalled, but he was unable to identity it as tne one ne iouna on the person of Theis. John Dressing testified to have seen Ritter fire one shot at Theis while the latter was lying on the ground, and immediately after the shoot ing beard Kitter say, "i learn you not to draw a revolver on our crowd." Dr. Davis was called and explained the direction the balls took. The examination of witnesses here closed, and tbe question of admitting the prisoner to bail was argued. . The commonwealtn Attorney contended that the murder was willful and without provocation, and therefore was not baila ble. The Court differed, however, and fixed the bail at $10,000. Counsel declared tbe prisoner's inability to give that amount The Court replied tnat ne was not desir ous of fixing the bond at an exorbitant sum and thought the amount named was advisable. He however would give further time until 2 o'clock, when he would name the amount Tbe prisoner was taken back to iail. but every effort will be made to furnish the bail and have him released. - Joseph Ritter is quite b yish looking with a mild and girlish face aud would be the very last that would be selected from a crowd to do any body bodily injury, jus has heretofore born an irreproachable character. Later Mrs. Ritter, mother of the pris oner, furnished the bail, $10,000, and the prisoner was released, lhe valuation of the real and personal property of Mrs. Rit ter and her sun, Adam, is over $16,000. ADDITIONAL SUBURBAN. VINCENNES. IflD. Township election Monday. Miss Fannie Spiegel is on a visit to Indi anapolis. W. E. Kemp returned home on a visit for a few days. Will. Nichols, of Elyria, O., has , re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. .Lamport left o4neir Western trip, Tha slander suit of Caroline Swarfs against Chris. Klute was continued until the next term oi uouri. Oottleib Scbroeder, who died at the L ft V. waiting room Thursday, was buried to day. Nothing new to ugm yei. DAXTON. O. Only one license to marry was issued yesterday, to Simon Levi and Hattie Haas. Tha Davton City Base-ball Club have re organized tor the season, and are open to challenges. Mrs. Mary Barst, widow of Abram Darst, celebrateed her ninety-third birth day yesterday. Tha Old Guard bad an informal genuine good time last evening after the adjourn ment 01 ineic regular uieeuag. Tbe Pan Handle have placed back the wages of their employes to what they were two years ago oeiure tne siriaea. One room in the Sixth District School, nnntalninff UDWards of SeVShty pupils. averaged U6.S per cent in spelling in the examination yesterday. , , . . ; Mrs. Margaret Thompson, for many years a resident of this city, died yesterday at her residence on Wayne street, in the eighty-ninth year of her age. The Cigar-makers' Beneficial Association, recently organised in this city, baa been notified that, their charter will be for- arded to them within a few days. April first was the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strick ler, two old residents of .Dayton. Their golden wedding was appropriately cele- rated. The intelligence telegraphed from Chi cago that Mrs. Sarah X. urawiora oaa passed away from earth was sad news to her immediate friends and large circle of acquaintances. ClBCLEVlXLfc, Of. Miss Lizzie Mabony is in Lancaster this week. Mr. a H. Ruggles is in New York City this week. Sam Smart and Will Rogers ar In Cin cinnati thia week. Mr. Geo. Darvman. of Chillicothe, was in thia city on Tuesday. Mr. Adolph Goldfredick is studying law with Festus Walters, Esq. Miss Annia 8mith is in this city, the guest of Miss Lizzie Ruggles. Miss Hattie Millar, of Bloomfield. is in the city thia week, the guest of Mrs. Dr. Hawkes. Elliot Marfield and Thompson Wright of Kenyon College, are home for their Easter vacation. . Jonathan Boyd has removed to the Gay- osa House, West Main street, and is doing nourishing business. Will Lei by. the popular salesman at Wolfley & Hartmeyer's, will be married to Miss Alice Work, of Lancaster, to-day. Mr. Grever will take possession of his new store-room to-day and can boast of one of the finest business rooms in the city. da-xton . ara. Rev. J. N. Irvin, who has been retained as pastor of the Presbyterian Church, will preside in that pulpit to-morrow. Republican primary meeting at Ehmer's Hall to-night to elect delegates to the State Convention at Louisville, April 14th. zRev. Mr.'Stubbins. the new pastor, will preach at the M. E. Church to-morrow rooming, and quarterly communion serv ices will be held. A petition is being circulated to change the name of Dayton to East Newport or South Cincinnati. It is to be hoped that sucn tomiooiery will be discouraged. Charley Hayward, present Clerk of the School Board, declines to again be elected. Menard Ainclee, a worthy and competent young gentleman, is a candidate for the position. Real Estate Transfers. Eliezar Daily. of Covington, to Luther C. Johnson. Lot No. 79 in Currie's Dayton addition, frost ing 25 feet on the north side of Adams street by 253 feet deep; $490. The following class makes its first com munion to-morrow at St. Francis Church: Maggie Ehmer, Caroline Schapple. Francis- ca Mayer, Mary lncten, Hophia Gramer, Rosa Kemmerling. Katie Doud. Matlie Sen tick, Mary Kemple, Katie Joering, Dora (jruDser, luizabstn memeyer, Annie Mas- chinot, Katie Siefert, Mary Mallan, Carrie won, Thomas Uluett, John tierkle, Unas. lUiblmann, Albert Hubel, Robert Zeigler, nenry urimme, Innocent Gauding. TTJTT'S FILLS. TUTT'S PILLS VMPTOMS of a TORPID LIVER. Loss of Appetite, Bowala eostive. Fata fat the Head, with a dull sensation in the baek part, Fain under tbe shoulderblade, full ness after eating, with a disinclination to exertion of body or mind, Irritability of temper. Low spirit, with a feeling of hav ing neglected eome duty. Weariness, Dia tiness. Fluttering at the Heart, Set he fore the eyes. Yellow Skin, Headache generally over the right eye. Res tlessneas with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine. IT THZ8X WAJUflHOi ASX UKHEEDEB, SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED. TTJTT'S PILLS are eapeclallr adapted ta each eaaae, aaa daaa (fleets auch a chaage af feaUna aa ta aataaiah the tuOiarea, CONSTIPATION. Onlv with rwralarltv of the Vweh eaa l hatha ba Biored. If tha eaaitloatiea f recait data, a single don ot TUTT'S PILLS wlX tomca, bat if it has come babiiaai. ooa f it skoald ba taken avoty night,gTSdaanr lea. en Inf tha fraoancy of thedouna til aragalar dHy awTinant is obtained, which will seoa faaiw. Dr. I. Gay Lewie, Fultea, Arh., aayei After a practice af M jtn. I prononaes TUTi sriLLSuu Den anu-oiuons Kar. F. K. Dasoad, Now York, say I "I kava had Dyspepsia, Wash Stomach end NarrontDau. I narra find any medicine te da em so mnca good as TUTT'S PILLS, Thayer as rood as repreaented." Oatea 8S Harray Street, New Tarkt TUTT'S HAHTdYK emit Hint en WaTsvaae ehMwd to a OloiC Sum br a aiaila application tha Vn It af pvta a Natoral Color, aota InHanUnaonaly, aad S H HanateM aa aprina watar. Said hr firassata, a amt ar axproM on rooaipt of SL pffloe)3tt Murray it., NawYorh HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. STOMACH . . rNsawa anal ln The true antidote to the effects of miasma is Hottetter's 8tomach Bitters. This medicine is one of the most popul ir remedies of an age of sue- ceasful proprietary specifics, and is la immense demand wherever en this Continent lever ana ague exists. A wlneg '.aejful three times a day is the best possible preparer,. ve for encountering malarious atmospheie, regulating the stomach. Sale ky ll DrufrisU DeeUere generally. eml INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. DR.CLARKV cJOHrjsorj';s kin Blocd Sn liABORATOBY, 77W.3dSUNewYorkatj f TBADl 1U9X Vispeprta, TAvH Diaeaaet, Fever A guet Rhtnmm Wtenrl Macaua. Blliouanen, JTervmu nebilUy.ete, The Best EE30IDY ENOW to ICaal 70,000 AGENTS JUTE SOLD SIHCE 18M ; 9.000,000 Bottles. This Syrup Possess Varied Properties. . Tt etlmalatea tin PvtrattM In tlu which coarrrte the einrch an4 nfmraftkm iooa lain eincoae. a avajeieoev la rytyaej canae Wind and Roarlaa; af thi t4 la the stomach. If lhe roadlcine la tahea laaaahi ately after eating the feraataUltea eftee Is) prcveaiad. si acta upon ih i.ivcr. It acta npsn the Kldoaya. It Regulatea tbe Bowela It Parities the Blood. 1 1 Quiets tbe W erveaa Bjateus, It P remote Digeatfoa. It Noarlabee, Ptrapbei mmi Tailsinaiaa. It carrlee off the OU Blood and amkee umm. It oneaa the pores of the ahia and tmdmm Healthy Perspiration. Itnentnlizes Um bereditarr bint, or vcAbod In Ska Mood, which renentes Scrotals, Erysipelas, and a Dinner Of sun maiaaoi and internal numora. Then tra no spirits employed in its nd it can be taken bv tbe most dattcatebaba.arha' ne agd and feeble, cart mfy bdf rtfaind im aa tntion tt dirtctum. PBICZ OF LAEGE BOTTLES, HX9 ?2IC3 C J CmL BOTTLES, - - Q Rosd the VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIAL! of Persons who have been CURED bits um of tha BLOOD PURIFIER. f verse. COMPLAINT. Bitji Crux. Adams County, OhleV Dear Bin I was troubled with my Liver and flat use of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP did ma more good man any otner meaicine i ever mask The Syrup has also greatly benefited a T w )as. ANOTHER SUFFKREK. Blui Canine, Adams County, Ohio. Dear 81r: I procured some o! your INDIA! BLOOD SYRUP and it has effectually relieve ma rt alfiVnsMea and rutin aHnr frnm Aarmnrnm Liver. ALEX. GALBREATi REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. Wii.lumspirld, Ashtabula County, OMe. Dear Sir: Having been afflicted with rheiuan. tlsm for a number of veara, I was Induced to tr'J some ot your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Altar 4 short trial I was satisfied that it would effeota cure. I am now nsarly well. JAMES n. POSLOk IJVER COMPLAINT. Geneva, Ashtabula County, Oh!a Dear Sin I was afflicted with Liver ComDUlal for a number of years, and spent hundreds o! dah lars for medicine and doctors without deriving anv permanent relief. At last I gave your great INDIAN uuwu biKUr a um, ana soon iouna It gave me more benefit than anything I had eve! used. It has exceeded my most sanguine expss) tations and I am mow completely cured. mks. o. a. risa. UNANIMOUS RECOMMENDATION. Armstrong's Mills, Belmont County, Ohle. Dear Sir: We, the undersigned, have exesnt enced the beneficial effect of your INDIA! BLOOD SYRUP, and recommend Its use lota fenng humanity. LA VINA CALWELL. PRISCILLA MAHIW. IVY W1I.SON, JOHN BECKET. EMMA DANFORTU, JOHN BROWN. JOSEPH PERKINS. WILLIAM PERKINS. 8ETH WARD, ELIZABETH W AK1A MARY CALWELLt, WM. WOODRUiOj GEORGE PERKINS. RHEUMATISM. Hakeksvillb, Brown County, Ohta, Dear Sir: I have suffered with Rheumatism fas vears, and find your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUf KIT C Ul3 Kicat llivta M. eniviaw oaa cMuaiuai ami aaajj ed to give it a trial. GEO. M. GRKCMe CURB FOR HEART DISEASE. Mafle, Brown County, Ohle. T Dear Hr I have used tout INDIAN BLOOl SYRUP for Disease ol the Heart, and have sa mivad much benefit therefrom. duuuijAH euwAJuea REMEDY" FOR RHEUMATISM. CTjMstiNSVtLLi, Cincinnati, Ohta, Dear Sin I was afflicted with Rheumatism aai tried many remedies, but failed to obtain reltel until I began the use of your INDIAN BLOOfl SYRUP, a short trial oi which entirely cured me DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION. CUHMINSVILLX, CINCINNATI, OkkV Dear Sir: Suffering from a severe ease of Dyf lepna, I was induced to try your INDIAN BLOOl YKUP, and after a short trial It effectually a Uevedme, MRS. JENNIE AGNES. GREATLY BENEFITED. Dear Sir. I have derived great benefit from the use of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP, and unfcaj itatinclr recommend It to suffering humanity, MRS. AMANDA MYEJUk BEAD WHAT OUR AGENT SAYS. Ccmminsvilli, Cincinnati, Ohle, Dear Sin Since I became your agent I have oast tbe INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP, and it has proved tt be the most valuable remedy I ever tried. Bff wife was a great sufferer from the Bleeding PUatj and the doe ton failed to relieve her; bat etaee using your medicine her trouble has almost ear tireiy disappeared. ALEX. VOSf. SURE CURB FOR LIVER COMPLAINT. 8raiNenxu, Clarke County, Ohle. Dear Sir: I have used your INDIAN BLOOl SYRUP for Liver Complaint and porifyinji Ba blood, and it has made a new man oi me. tt he also relieved my wile oi headache. ENOCH X. HAYJa FO ERYSIPELAS. ' ' gniNsriELD, Clarke County, Ohiai Dear Mr: This is to certify that year INDIA" BLOOD SYRUP has healed some trouble sereSj caused by Erysipelas, It is a valuable medietas . AAvLaaa ;". msnairi DmtONTiTriia, Fairfield County, Ohle. - near air I anfmred from Dypepaia for yaaak H BLOOD SYRUrl but since using yout INDIAN feel us a new ream. MIB LBA SHAFFEI CINCINNATI, OHIO. JOHN D. PARK a SONS, 13 8ycamore Btreei 4 X. MACRKADY OXX, M and SB Walnut 8inet CURES