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fllE CINCINNATI DAILY STAE, SATUKDAY E VEXING APRIL 3; 1880. THE DAILY STAR THI WXATHK5. Waihikotoic, April 8. For too Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, frequent nuns, warm outkerly, Tee ring to colder westerly, Winds, falling generally, followed by rising kuometer. MINOR LOCAL MENTIONS. The Board of Councilmen failed to get quorum yesterday afternoon. Wm. Wiley, employed at Esberg's transfer stables, on Harrison avenue, had hla right ear bitten off yesterday by a tielons horse. The alarm from Box 64 last evening was caused by the partial burning of the roof of Julia Hyte's house on Gest near Harriet, Loss $75. The alarm from Box 34 last evening waa caused by the cornice of the Church Building, No. 127 Walnut street, taking lr from a spark. Loss trifling. The Trustees of the Colored Orphan Aslum have decided to call a publio mass tfleeting, to be held in Allen Temple next' Wednesday evening, at half-past 7 o'clock. The draymen and teamsters held a meeting last night, and resolved to keep on doing everything in their power to have the Southern Railroad Depot located in the bottoms. A flow of natural gas from the well at lleisclimaiin's distillery, at Riverside, is being utilized in the distillery building. Pipes have been laid, and all the illumina tion required is supplied. Mr. Emil I. Helfferich has heen pro moted to First Lieutenant of the Lincoln Guards, Company H, First Regiment 0. N. 0. Harry Rohrcarse's drum corps last nigbt tendered the Lieutenant a serenade. Andrew Mitchell, a florist from Mt Tleasant, vas robbed at the Sherman House, corner of Walnut and Water streets, 1 his pocket-book containing $7 in money and a pair of pruning-shears valued at $5. A new German workingman'g paper fcaa been issued By private enterprise over the Rhine. It is known as the Arbeiter Blatt, meaning, in English, German Work man's Leaf. It will espouse the cause of trades Unions. The Lincoln Club held a meeting last Ight and proposed amendments to tbe Constitution and By-laws came up and were adopted. Hon. Oliver W. Root, of Newport, Ky.,"delivered avery rble address before the Club. The Common Council Committee on Laws and Contracts met yesterday after noon and recommended for passage the resolution granting permission to the Western Union Telegraph Company to erect a line of poles so as to reach the Music Ball. The claim against Father X. Francis Waymann, which, together with half the axpense of the New York authorities while la the city, amounted to $1,200, having been paid by his parishioners yesterday, balf in cash and half by a note, he wasdis aharged. Tbe United Organization of Building and Loan Associations met at Turner Hall last night and elected the following officers: President, J. A. Whlttaker; Vice President, Dietrich Becker; Reoording Secretary, B. 9. Landman; Corresponding Secretary, A. on Martels; Treasurer, H. Stueve. The Western General Ticket Agents, who recently held their convention in this rity, have presented Wm. Day, Geo. Apgar, and J. Apgar, engineers on the 0. & M. Bailway, with beautiful gold badges, for making snch fast time in bring the Ticket Agents from Ut. Louis to Cincinnati The run was made in seven hours and forty-six minutes. The Sinking Fund Commission held a meeting yesterday afternoon. The interest Ana In April, amounting to $22,490 22, was rdered paid. The Committee on.Purchase af Bonds reported the purchase of several railroad bonds. The Finance Commission wa sauthorized to invest a sum not to exceed tSO.OOO in street improvement bonds, ma turing within tbe next two years. FIBBT COHXVNIOH Xa the Catholie Churches To-morrow. To-morrow the first communion will be received by the boys and girls in most of the Catholic Churches of tbe city. The mremonies will be very Interesting, and the music of the choicest kind. Tbe total timber of communicants is over 1,500, they are distributed among tbe churches follows: Holy Trinity Boys, 44; girls, 47; Rector, J. C ARarink. Bt Mary' Boys, 53; girls, 52; Rector, B. Elck-man- St. John's Girls, 161 : Rector, Otto lair, 0. & F. 81 Francis Bovs. 151: Rector. Fran Linus. t. Joseph Bojs, 39; girls, 54; Rector K. stehle. St. Phildmeua Boys, 36, girls, 30; Rector, H. RELIGIOUS- NOTES. Announcements and Matters of Local Interest. Dr. Hoyt preaches at Wesley Chapel to morrow morning. Dr. Hight occupies the pulpit of the Mc Kendree M. E. Church to-morrow morning. Rev. Dr. R. 8. Rust is in the East visit ing tbe sessions of tbe various conferences. Rev. A B. Earle, D.D., will preach next Monday at 12 o'clock at the Y. M, C. A. Halt Rev. D. J. Starr, pastor of the York-street M. E. Churcb, has removed to 43 York street, Oaddis will preach at E. Church to-morrow KjnnAr. St Francis De Sales Boys, 18; girls 20; Rector, B. Bcnmidt. St. Paul Boys, 67; girls, 59; Rector, E. Fer- edinr. Bt Augustine Boys, 48; girls, CO; Rector, A. Wilbur;. Bt Anthony Boys, 40; girls, 87; Rector, 0. Bhllng. Bt Hose Boys, 11; girls, 15; Rector, F. Klff- Bt Lad wig Boys, 15; girls, 20; Rector, P. Leo- fenld. r Bt George Boys, 20; girls, 28; Rector, E. Huls- Itann. Bt Bonaventura Boys, 16; girls, 20; Rector, J, Hencnen. Bt BonifaceBoys, 11; girls, 17; Rector, B. 0. Itopmueller. Bt Henry Boys, 18; girls, 26: Rector, A VI Hch. St Stephen Boys, 9; girls, S; Rector, J. A. Keren. Mary of Help Boys, 4; girls, 7; Rector, If. snaeler. ML Alverno Protectory Boys, 20; girls, 6; Bee Mr. J. Kramer. Bt Alovsius Orphan Asylum Boys, 9; girls, 12; lector. H. Kileenstein. K. Michael-Boys, 20; girls, 23; Rector, M. Dc- ' Scre4 Heart of Jesus- Boys, 17; girls, 15; Rec- mr, u. nut. St Lawrence Twenty children; Rector, Dr. Uchter. Immaculate Conception Thirty children; Rec- W,r. rrieaencn. Bt Cements Bovt, t; girls, 10; Rector, 0. Fang' aurin. I St Mary (ML PleesantJ-Boyt, 10; girls, 7; Beo- mr, a. jonauning. St Anthony (Madisonville) Boys, 6; girls, 2 Sector, J. Stneppclman. St Alovsius (Bridgetown) Boys, 9; girls, 4; lector. Rev. Muethina. St John (Dry Ridge) Boys, I; girls, 14; Rector, vev. voet Bt Charles Barrorosras (Carthage) Twelve Chil III . Dulu U H.Ilrn.uVA St John (Harrison) Boys,'; girls, 9; Rector, Rev. Maxwell P. the Hartwell M. morning. The Poplar-street Presbyterian took np a collection of $100 last Sunday for Home missions. Bishop Simpson will preach in the Music Hall for Rev. Dr. Pratt, on the afternoon of May 9th. Miss Stratton, the lady Evangelist, will preach in Grace M. P. Church to-morrow morning and evening. There will be no meeting at Music Hall to-morrow, owing to its occupation by the Widows' Home Festival. Rev. B. F. Dimmick will preach at the Avondale M. E. Church to morrow evening on the subject of "The Opera." Rev. Mr. Humes of Columbus, 0.,has de clined tbe invitation to take charge of the Episcopal Mission on Walnut Hills. Bishop Jaggar preaohes at St Paul's Church to-morrow morning, and adminis ter the the. holy order of confirmation. The Baptist ministers will continue the discussion of tbe responsibilities of Chris tian ministers at their meeting next Mon day. Movements are being made to secure the permanent services of Rev. J. K.Gibson, of Lane Theoloeical Seminary by the Wil mington Church. Rev. Dr. Cooper will address the Colum bia Street Presbyterian Church Sabbath school to-morrow, and will occupy the pul pit of the Church in the morning. Rev. C. M. Livingston, formerly of the Cumminsville Presbyterian Church, will arrive in the city to-day to take part in the revival meetings at his old churcb. Rev. J. C. White will deliver his twenty third lecture ti young women at tbe Poplar-street Churcb to-morrow evening. Sub ject, "Advice to the Young Mother." Rev. Dudley W. Rhodes will speak on the subject of "The Cincinnati Board of Edu cation" to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Church of Our Savior, Mt. Auburn. Tbe third lecture of the course at the Hartwell M. E. Church will be delivered next Tuesday evening by Hon. Job E. Stevenson. Subject: "Abraham iilncoln." Rev. A. L Hobbs, pastor of the Richmond-street Christian Churcb, will deliver the first of a series of lectures on "The Work of a True Christian" to-morrow even ing. The Trustees of the Colored Orphan Asy lum have issued a call for the various pas tors of city colored churches to meet at Allen Temple in the interest of the Asy lum. The Walnut Hills M. E. Church has re ceived S700, the amount apportioned for lis snare oi me uenerai uunterence ex penses. This is in addition to the provid- ng tor nfty-nve delegates. "The New Birth" and "Foreive TTs Onr Debts" will be the subjects ot the sermon to be delivered by Rev. A. C. Wueaton at the Walnut Hills Baptist Church to-morrow morning and evening. The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circles connected with Wesley, York-street, and other Methodist Churches ot the city, are making arrangements to give Dr. J. H. Vincent a reception during May. The Unity Club have announced an en tertainment to be given at Pike's Opera house April 20th and 21st. for the of the Woman's Christian Association and the Associated Chanties of Cincinnati, Rev. John Ooddard will breach at tli Church of the New Jerusalem, corner nf Fourth and John streets, to-morrow morn ing upon "ine Biessmg of Work " or What bhall We Do lot Our Bovs and Girls?" Dr. Hobbs will conduct the lesson before tbe Young People's Missionary Union next Monday evening and the entertainment will be furnished by Prof. J. S. Van Cleve Mr. H. M. Rulison, Jr., Master A T. Ow ens and tbe Misses Cora Blackburn, Tillie ia. Mams, Alice uuuos ana Millie tSj. Ow ens. The Baptist Women's Foreign Missionary Society will hold its next quarterly meet ing at the First Baptist Church next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Z. M. Humphrey, of Walnut Hills, will lead in the discussion of the Question How can the interest in Mission h awakened and continued among the women of the city?" The anniversary of the Cincinnati Union Bethel will be held to-morrow at half-Dast z p. m. in lue nemei running on Front street. The occasion will be one of ereat interest to toe friends of the institution. Rev. Dr. Moore, of Wesleyan Colleee. will deliver the annual address, and Rev. David Walk, oi tbe Central Christian Churcb. the address to the school. Three thousand scholars of the Mission, assisted by an or chestra, will lurnish the music, which of itself will be a great attraction for tbe day. The Missionary Department of the Pres. byterian Board oi Publication has donated during tbe year which closed with tbe Slst of March 2,420 volumes and 844,924 pages of tracts to individuals and Sabbatb schools in tbe Ohio Valley District. Since the district was founded Dr. Cooper and the Missionaries under his charge have dis tributed gratuitously i,Z7B,BU9 pages of tracts and nearly 12,000 volumes of reli. ious books through an extent of country reaching from the center of Ohio to the Gulf. The Unitarian and Universalist Churches will unite to-morrow in the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of -the birth of Wm. Kllery Chanmng. The morn' ing service will be conducted bv Revs. J H. Hartley, W. a, Alger and C. W. Wendte. at the Unitarian Church, corner of Eighth and rium streets, jtev. Mr. Alger preach ing the commemorative discourse. The evening service will be held in the Unlver salist Churcb, on Plum street, near Fourth sireeu During the past eight weeks a series of revival meetings have been in progress at IV. W.. fl I . A 1 I 1 . . . toe oiu iiiuu jiapvisi vnurcn colored), on Cutter street, between Court and Clark. These meetings have been conducted by tbe pastor, itev. air. uortch, assisted a por tion of the time by Rev. Wm. Gray, of Lexington, Ky., and the result is that seventy persons have been converted and received as candidates for baptism. Inas much as there is no baptistry at the Mount Zion Church tbe free use of the Zion Church and baptistry on Ninth street near John, was kindly offered and accepted, and at this latter church the ordinance of baptism will be administered to-morrow afternoon to as many of tbe candidates as are prepared. Rev. Wm. Gray will preach the baptismal sermon at 1 o'clock, and the baptism will follow. The congregation will then repair to their own church, on Cutter street, where the Lord's Supper will be adminis tered, and in the evening the right-band of fellowship will be extended to the new members. This will close the revival meet ings. Qseen Victoria's Last Levee. London World. 1 The Levee on Wednesday lasted exact ly an hour and a half, and in that time no less than eighteen hundred passed through the presence chamber, of which number three hundred. and forty-five were presentations. Her Majesty re mained exactly an hour and ten minutes, after which the Princess Beatrice took her place. All this time Her Majesty remained standing, the better to return the obeisances made, and few oan realize the great strain thus involved. It is not, however, the"" actual fatigue so much that ' prevents Her Majesty from staying it out, as a feeling of sick ness and faintness that comes over her, One incident "was the presentation of a petition by Lieutenant-Colonel Suth erland Dowson of the Tenth Regiment. The complaint on Col. Dowson's part is that an official at the Horse Guards de clined to submit to his supplication for preferment without first having his palm well oiled. The Duke of Cambridge was, furious at the presentation of the peti tion being allowed; but the right is too old-established, it appear?, to be abro gated, even at the will of a royal Duke, and so Her Majesty received the petition in person. Another episode was the fact of a naval officer, with medals for two companions, passing with a wooden leg not a cork imitation, such as Mr. Heather Bigg might supply, but a downright bon est wooden stump, that made itself heard j even through the velvet pile oi the car peting. A Wonderful Coincidence In Lottery Numbers, London Times. Ambrogio, a Neapolitan monk, who since the closing of the monasteries had wandered about begging, has died in the hospital at Naples of injuries inflicted by two men who insisted on his telling them the lucky number in the forthcom ing lottery. On his disclaiming such powers they shockingly maltreated him, but in the hospital he mentioned the numbers 13 and 65. This being published in tbe papers, numbers of persons backed those figures, while others backed 87, which in their cabala signifies monk, and these three numbers happened to win. The Government will be mulcted of two million of lire through this coincidence. It is related by the White Eiver Junction Observer, a New Hampshire paper, that a farmer went to the semi nary at West Lebanon with two little girls, and inquired for the measles. He said he wanted his children to "catch them" now, before the busy time of the year came on, when they could not so well be taken care of. He was told that they had no measles on hand, and he went away disappointed. An old Arkansan thus criticized a re cent political speech: "The man got right up. and in the pieasingest voice, Degan his talk. Putty soon he said something wanted to hear again, and before I knew it he had said something else that eclipsed what he had said before. He kept on taikin' ana ne Kept on sayin somethin'. There are mighty few men that can talk two hours and say some- thin' all along." A. B. Malonev, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., says: " 1 nnd ur. jjuirs uougn oyrup ex cellent, having a ready sale and rendering more satisfaction than any Cough Syrup I have ever sold." C4W4DTHI Positive and permanent cure AlAIUUl.for Catarrh. Pleasant constitu tional and local treatment We guarantee a onrH in ever case. Address Dra. K1TZM1L- LEK & KITZMILLER, Piqua, Ohio. BUILDER. JQM WIJITERBUM, CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 8hop Nos. 17 and 19 Freeman Avenue. Best- dence No. 21 Freeman Avenue. ALSO, JACK SCREWS FOB HIRE. GALVAIZEDN IRON, &. THOS. A. COUCHLIN, Galvanized Iron Cornice Works, Dormer Windows, Window Cape, Finals, Tin, Iron and Slate Roofing, also Stoves and Tinware. All kinds ot Jobbing promptly at tended to. Sixth nnd Stone Streets, Cincinnati, O. BOOKS, &e. Big Bargains in Books. 1,000 Volumes Mast Be Sold for Want of Boom. ALFRED WARREN, 211 Weat Slxtn Street. LAWN MOWERS. Young America LAWN MOWERS. CANDLESTICKS. CANDLESTICKS for Com munion and Confirmation, in Brittania, Nickel ana sil ver Plate, from 65c to $5 nanh. at KOCH & HICAl V New China Store, 190 W. Fifth St., 3 doors West of Elm. SOCIETY NOTICES. Office of Woodlawn llonse Building Co., Boom No. 7. In Gibson's Building, Nn. 200 Vine street Second Story rpHE SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS TO THB CAPI- X TALi scoca oi mis uompanT are open, ana an persons Interested are invited to call as above Analimn.oH anri vnolrA n nYi InVMtlcratlnn a. will be satisfactory, and subscribe to the stock ot the company. Maynara rrencn, nurry n. rrooaaco, Thomas T. Brown, Stephen Coles, Levi J. Worium, Asa A. Clark, J. B. Schroder, Smith Stlmmel, George 8. Brown. mh27-4tS HORSESHOES. SHOE TOUR HORSES WITH THE G00DEN0UGH SHOE. Call at 211 Race street and see horses shod without Are ' or forge. No more burning or butchering of the feet. WARRANTED TO JE THE BEST TV market Sold on trial at 110, IN THE $12 and 14. Send for one and try it Old Mowers repaired and sharpened at most reasonable prices. W. E. HAMPTON, 63 East Front Street. INSURANCE. State or Ohio, Insurance Dkpartitent, 1 IttLUMBUS, February 4, 188a WHEREAS, THE Mercantile Fire Ins. Comp'y, Located at NEW YORK, in the State of New York, nas una in inis onice a sworn statement ty tne p.oper Officers thereof, showing its condition and business, and has complied in all respects, with the laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Companies incorporated by other States of the United States. NOW, THEREFORE, In pursuance of law, I JOSEPH F. WRIGHT. Superintendent of Insur ance of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify, that said Company is authorized to transact its appro priate business of FIRE INSURANCE in this State, in accordance with law, during the current year, The condition and business of said Company at me oate oi sucn statement iDccemoer aist, 1S7H.) is shown as follows: Aggregate amount of available Assets...f267,796 Oi Aggregate amount o: Liabilities (except capital), including re-insurance......... 80,017 98 Net Assets tt7.778 OS Amount of actual paid up Capital ..200,000 00 Burplna... S37.778 06 Amount of Income for the year In Cash. 160,580 86 Amount ot jucpenmtnres lor tne year In Cash 170,864 H IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto sub scribed my name, and caused the Beat sial. of my office to be affixed, the day and year aoove written. JOSEPH F. WRIGHT, Supt J. It. HAWTHORNE, Agent at Cincinnati, Ohio. HALE'S HONEY. TAILORS. STEHL& HITCHCOCK, TAILORS, No. 248 Race Street, Opposite Shiixito's, Cincinnati, 0. CONRAD STEHX, Formerly with Geo. H. HITCHCOCK, Fisher. MILK FOOD. TSAD1 MASK. CAUTION! The wonderful achievements and success of llale'a Bin; f HorchoniMi mud Tar has caused the issue of counterfeits and decep tive and dangermu mixtures bear ing parts of Its compound name or Trade-Mark device. Be not de ceived by these vile subterfuges, but obtain "Hir' Honey ot Hnre honnd and Tar " by utfull name ; and also observe the above EXACT Trade-Mark device on tbe wrapper enclosing each bottle, without wUcA non u ymuijw. For Sale by all Druggists. HALE'S HONEY ' or HOREHOUND & TAR! Th Great Natloaal Specific fcr tht Speedy Curs of COUGHS, COLDS, INFLUENZA, SORE THROATS, LUNG and all BRONCHIAL COMPLAINTS The Honey of the Plant Horehound sootha ' and scatters all irritations and inflammations, and ' tbe Tar Balm Abies Balsamea cleanses and heali the throat and air passages leading to the lungs. Five additional ingredients keep the organs cool, moist, and in healthful action. A Cough may be fitly termed the preliminary iMge of Couuaai tion, a malady of which HALE'S HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR is the surat known preventive. Therefore, delay Bag a moment to take this CERTAIN SPECIFIC. CHILDREN t derive great benefit from its toothing properties, when sufferiat with Croup and Whooping Cough. PRICES ! BOc. and $ Large Size Cheapest. 0. N. CRITTENTON, Sole Proprietor, New YorW PIKE S TOOTHACHE DROPS CURE IN ONE MINUTE. MINING STOCKS. LEADVILLE MINES. Ohio and Kentucky Gold and Silver Mining Comrj'yj OF . LEADVILLE, COLORADO, Organized under tbe Corporation Laws of the State of KentuckyJ Office, Covington, Kentucky. R. L. CRIQaVER, President. & J. HARRISON, Secretary. U N, CRIGLER, Tr 10,000 SHARKS OF $100 EACH. TN DECEMBER. 1879, THE COMPANY BOUGHT, AT A VERY LOW PRICK (8,800), NTNE FULH X Mining Claims, as follows: sanuask chiuit, moosk, black. auus, bilvjsk wavk LITTLE CORA UAUGHERTY, ZULU CHIEF, NORTH 8TAR, LAURA M., all located near Lead ville. Colorado, and oartlv devehmed. Mineral has been found on two in paying Quantities. Home1 of these mines are located near valuable mines. Nearly one-hall the capital stock has been put oni the market (4,600 shares) at $2 00 per share, which has all beeu taken except 750 shares, which are) sun lor soxe to mo8e wno nrsi apply. ne stoca is unawessauie. ineproceeas or tne stoca sola w applied to the payment of the Mines and to push developments The Mines could be sold now at si Inge proiit, but the intention of the Company Is to dereloD to such an extent as to make the stock par If posiible. Subscriptions received at Io. T Pike Street, Covington, or 141JMain MILK FOOD. DR. N. OERBER'S MILK FOOD. PREPARED in Thnn, Switzerland, is recommended by physicians in Europe and tbe United States aaTHi most excellent food far infants and Invalids. Rample packages free of charge. JOHN KEEriHAN, Druggist, N. E. cor. Sixth and Walnut its. PLUMBING, OAS FITTING, &o. WM. W. JUDD, PLUMBER, CAS. AND STEAM FITTER. tut Freeman Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio, One Door Month of Itichmend Mt. Jobbing promptly attended to. Sanitary Plumb ing a specialty. Plumber's Supplies in full stock. IRON TONIC. A Preparation of IRON and CAUSAYA BARK, Ifl eonblMtloi tltl tti Pkosphttet. EadorMd by the Medical ProfeaBon, and recommended by thsm lor DjeaCptla, Otneral Dsbllltj, Final Distant, Want ! Vitality, 'Da. HA-. A i 1 fim i4ll'lltl I if in ivr m m -is w m m a it 1 1 n 1 1 -lt-hw, yr. rVrlrM., UrtAm matlem, ram., writes I Taa'S IKOM TONIO has aoae wonders Here who had been doctored nearly to death for and years, nas men enna mi nmmug . ' n T . . .... .U u n. I.I. VfHH JTwrow. uj .no y . muTis's lRO Tonic, which raised her from ber bed. vaere so naa oeen lyina- for many Bionws. June Brown of MPMtnnlf. h.a PMMMtCi na to tender yon his grateful acknowledgments for the great bene his wife received from the oh ot yonr Tonic. He tells ns that, after having pain r hnadrad dollars doctors' bills, two bottles your IaoH Tome did her more rood than all otaar med- ever luted. Kh mmm troubled with Omwmmtmmt mi mm WH , ., from which she la aaoa relieved. urrxaruxa, trnxxn. I. A. fatbicz oo. MAWU7AOTORBD BT TBE DR. BARTER XflKDXCXXJS JTo. 81 V0&XS JLaXBf 0XXEZX, 81,. IX) VIS. aHU I, tfctf W MUSICAL FESTIVAL. CINCINNATI MUSICAL FESTIVAL!' May 18, 19, 20, and 21, 1880. THEODORE THOMAS, MUSICAL DIRECTOR. Auction Sale of Choice Seats, Season Tickets only; at College Hall, on April 19 and 30, 1880, begin ning each day at 10 a. m. SEASON TICKETS .... 10 FURNITURE. FURNITURE. . WE CALL THE ATTENTION OP THE PUBLIC TO OUR LARUE AND fall assortment of FURNITURE, consisting in part or Chamber, Farloc and Dining Rem Sets, together with a well selected assortment of Chairs and common riirmtnre. Our Senior Partner Is the oldest and one of tbe first to manufacture furniture by steam now livlnu and in business. ESTABLISHED IN 1846. ' JOHN K . COOLIDGE & CO., OHIN AWARE, &o. mm wmm i mi Will consnlt their interests and save money by calling at onr New Store, 51 190 West Filth street, before purchasing. Our stock Is new and fresh, and onr osenrtmnnt la onmnlotaln RVIflfVTHIIVM In fVn.b.n rikln.. lllnDon... v.t..ll forKg ana npoons, masters, cnamoer sets, J rays ana Houserarnlshlug Wood, generally, all purchased before the late rise in prices. Onr expenses are les' than any house in our line in the city, AND WB ARE Pit liPAREU It' PBOVETHATOUKPKICES AB E THE LOWEST. W keep tA J.. I .1 j I or t. it j . .... . . .. 1 Kiuucs iu iu uiuereui uues, una can sun an tasies ana an purses. We sell Meakln's best Stone China Breakfast. Tea anc . i LI I M . - HM . i winner obis uomoineg, ror SIX persons, 70 pieces ior 70. Same for 12 persons, 138 pieces, for $10. Same In Haviland " China, .142 pieces, for $30. Chamber Sets, II pieces, from $2 60 to $20. Coblets from 45c to $9 per dozen. Celery Classes from 18c to$3 ioO each. Wine Classes from 40c to $9 per dozen'. 8-Inch high-footed Cfass Bowls from 30c to $6 eachJ1 Salt Cellars from 20c to $3 00 per dozen. Class Sauce Plates from 18c to $4 60 per dozen. Knives and Forks from 90c to $10 60 per set. Triple Plate Castors from $2 60 to $16 76 each. And all other goods at correspondingly Low Prices. Estimates cheerfully far nisued, whether parties are ready to purchase or not. Goods delivered to all parts of the city and suburbs without charge. Inquiries by mail promptly answered. So charge for packing goods on orders from a distance. KOCH & BR AUNSTEIN, No. 190 W. 5th St., 3 Doors West of Elm. FURNITURE. HORST Sc WAOHENDORF, - MANUFACTURERS OF AMD DEALERS IN ' , MATTRESSES. LOOKING CLASSES. Ftn 819 and 321 Slain Street, below Eighth Street, Cincinnati, OhitV 1 Srerjlbinf tt tut Lowest Possible Prioes, and Goods auaraateed.