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THE DAILY STAR
OUtt NIXT-DQOR NEIGHBORS. Picking's by SUr Eeporters in Neigh boring Cities tad Towns. HAMILTON. . Sprague'i Original Georgia Minstrels it Dixon s Opera-house to-night. A select party was held at the rest ience of Mr. George K. Shaffer last even ing. A number of K. P.s will apply for "the new degree" Friday night. There's fun ahead! Three new fermenting tubs were start ed at Pattison & Caldwell's distillery this morning. it ts alleged that nearly all of. our saloonists have dropped the schooner business entirely. Ice! Capt W. C. Margedant is spolren of ai the proper person to appoint as Irnstee of the Lane Free Library from the Soc- und Ward. More than two thousand children have been enrolled in the Hamilton Public School this year. Of this number 77 ore studying German. Another one of those nicely gotten up mine leic tue .wiles shop this morning toriima, to oe used by the liailroau Company at that place. Now it is that the school boy shows signs of failing health, and gets permis sion to recuperate with the fishing-pole in nana along ine deep Miami. mere win be a mcetina of molders at Final's Hall to-morrow evening at 7 :30 'll. A 1 .ii 1 ... , u wim. aguuu uueuuiiuct) is uesireu, as business of special importance is to be transacted. m tt i .i . . iduiums xiaiey, me victim ot a serious. railroad accident at this place last Satur day, causing amputation of his left arm and leg, is reported by Dr. Talbot to be lowly recovering. A nobby spring wagon left Kern & jteaweizers carriage shop this morning, xuese uvu enterprising young men are getting down to the red-hot real ities of business, and must certainly succeed. A yery liberal sized party of vounjr ioIks went to Maplewood last nitrht to attend a leap-year party given at the residence of Miss Emma Hoss. As near as we can learn they all enjoyed them selves hugely. II. P. Dove, one of the whole-souled and pleasant storekeepers at the Miami distillery, leaves next Saturday for Dayton to accept a similar and very lu crative position undtr the watchful eye of Uncle Sam. The Hon. J. J. Burns gets credit among tins Butler County teachers ft.r having published an invaluable public document in the shape of his annual report. Auditor Uerry has a larger de mand for this report than he can fill. The M. E. Sabbath-school will give a strawberry and ice cream festival in the lecture-room of the church Tuesday evening, May 4th. A fine programme, comprising many excellent features, will be rendered, as the young ladies of the school have it in hand. One of Wm. Gustin's little children was lost in the Third Ward yesterday. The child went to Vorwalt's grocery for some candv and has not been seen since. A rigid and thorough search of every nook and corner in the Ward is being made with the hope of finding the beau tiful child. miDDi.E'rown, o. Mr. Joseph Hollowell took in the Queen City yesterday. Mrs. Emma Pardonner is visiting friends and relatives at Dayton, 0. Miss Mary Mauthe, of Cincinnati, 0., Is the guest of her brother on Clinton street Messrs. Wilson & McCally have a new lixty-horae-power engine at their tobacco works on Sixth street. The picnic in Duty's Grove has been postponed until May the 17th, and not May 10th, as announced. There will be a flower festival in the M. E. Church to-morrow evening. Ad mission 25 cents, with supper. Henry Weisenborn has returned to his W position as chief clerk at Henry Lin kens & Co.'s meat store on Broadway. Rev. Hebner. Henrv Roh several others wiJI give an excursion to iwcnmoua, ina., (Saturday, May 1st Jtound trip $1 25. Tickets can be se- curea irom eiuier ol the above-named parties. me tirst twenty-eight-hour walking uiia,u w uiv -.hsou win wife place at Germantown, 0., next Fridav and Sat urday. The contestants are Mike Mc- Aneei ana unria, 1'utz, of this place, and Mr. Eby, of Germantown. Officer Presslerand Marshal Fr;t ar rested five gentlemen Monday evening for fishing with a fish-net near the State Dam, some three miles above this place. Mayor Armstrong assessed them with $10.and costs apiece, with thirty days to pay the same. A horse attached to a buggy belonging uccnine ingHienea Monday veiling and started down Broadway t lightning speed, throwing the occcpanU at, who .were Mrs. Lyttel and daughter ofHev. Darts, injuria them both about the head and shoulders but not seriously. AURORA. INI. Peter Koehk is having bis residence pointed. Stead man & Co. received a barge lead of slack 3oal Monday. Mrs. Anna. Chnrebill. of Buafcrillev Ind., is a guest of Mr. Benjamin Busk The Crescent Wwery shipped one thousand thre hundred kegs of beer Monday. The Assembly Dancing Association give a social hop at Mueller's. Hall Fri day evening. . Mr. Louis Day left Monday evening SHE CINCINNATI DAILY STAR. WEDKESD AY ') EVEmko, APHIL 28; 1880. for Hot wrings, Arkansas, for the ben efit of bis health. The son of Wm. Golden, who had his leg broke from a spring-board, Satur day, is rapidly improving. The street scavenger brigade, composed of clerks of business houses on Second and Main streets, are again out clearing tue streets. A good idea. DELAWARE. O. The funeral of Rev. Baker took placi yesterday, at 8 o clock p. m. James Harriott and son are visiting menus in Uoncord, about six miles ironi wis piace. RIPLEY. O. When you visit Ripley, stop at the Bank Hotel Our stock sale on Saturday. 24th in stant was a success, although the attend ance was not so large us usual, on ac count oi me inclemency of the weather. lOUr Correspondent nttAndml-a vIa. bration of the I. O. 0. F. at North Lib- erty on Monday, 54th instant. Several fine speeches were delivered, the best of order prevailed, and it was a grand auiur. nraiHeFiKi.ni. at. Madame Jarlev's waxworks to-mnrmw The street parade was verv Attractive, yeaieruay. The town was fllllNof 8httriwrs ann piukuocaecs yesterday. A lodge of Ancient Order of Wort. men is to be established here soon. Mr. J. W. Moore, of South Median!.. street, runs a hack to all parts of the city. The Murray meetin was wall at tended last night, notwithstanding the UUtY. Quite a number of aDulicants for the vacaill, pumit 01 the Jfliat Hrewhrtar mn unarcn. JUr. f. f. Mast Will main, a (rir. tr. California soon, to be coue fur n numl vi weem. The Washington Street M. R. fflmrr-i, are Holding mteresuug meetings Thurs day nights. wuite a number of arrests we mnrtn yesterday for drunkenness and dis. oraenv conduct. A number of rrentlflmnn nimmis yesterdav to attend tho nnh C " v.i v w w- lican Convention. The Wilberforce College milsieal en. .'-ww v. vuv vmlB- houe to-morrow evening. icriaiunieiii will taltft nlm ii at rl, ( W, Mr. Maynard's mothfir.)n.r f vt iiign street, is seriously ufflic.tti with u carbuncle at the base of the brain. A lady traveling with Coup's show gave a free exhibition yesterdav. bv walking a rope at. the circus grounds. Rev. J. B. Tuttle. of the Limt .nnA. street Baptist Church, removed his resi dence from the corner of Blank and Cen ter streets to College aveuue. A young man uaraed Edward TTnK., received injuries at ln"ePs shop Mou. day from the falling of a crown plate which he was rolling. Dr. DuulaD was called on to attend the patient. Coup's circus' was well attended yes terday afternoon and evening, Crowds of people gathered together from all parts of the country, and everything pre aented a genoral lively appearance; con veyances were running all day from all parts of the city to and from the circus- grounds. J. he performances were good, iimur ucw lenmres were air-piayou. LAU KliftVEUUUU, M. Engineer Higgs Is again handling ths mrouie oi me Accommodation engine. jjj-ojv.. wiuaui la ugHiD installed as conductor ot the "Accommodation," and took control yesterday morning (Tues- Mrs. M. Eisenscheuck, of Harden town, broke her leg Monday evening nunc in uic oi jumping over a fence wiui a oucaec oi water. james uicaamar, formerly of this iuv uuw vi mewpon, ity., was unitea in marriage to a lady of the aoove city, Monday evening, and is pay ing his friends of Lawruncehurg a visit. Licensed to marry since our last John u. feiemantel to Albertina Ritz man; Wilson H. Swales, Jr., and Lizzie E. Southard; Chas. Widan to Katie Bor- man; Anaerson vv . tiayes and Mary E. Cain; also John E. Sabie to Martha A. Teaney. ClRBtNA. O. A small child of Emmanuel Ropp fell into a ditch of water and was drowned on bunuay last. Mr. George Collins, aged eightv-two years, died at his residence yesterday muming. xiis iunerai wm talte place to-morrow at 3 o'clock. The Northwestern Ohio Volunteer Firemen's Association held their seventh annual convention at this place yestei day. It was a grand success. George M. Eichelberger. of this city, will be a candidate for the Republicat nomination for Congress in this (the Eighth) Congressional District viNfcENmei. ind. Tonight O. F. ball at Green' Hall and festival at Odd-fellows' HalL Tuesday wa the tfrand L 0. 0. F celebration, Ringgold" Band, of Terre Haute.headlngthe procession; Vinceanes Odd-fellows, Prof. Chiesmsn's Bund, and Prof. Meyers? Band, of Washington, came next in order, each heading column of the I. O. O. F. from the sumrtfhding country and towns. One hundred and fifty was the- number from Washington; The RinggbM Light Guard Band, of Tewe Haute, under the direction ol Prof. Jaeea- Brewing, formerly of this plaiee; gave a concert at- Owen's Hair Moiwhty night to a small hoase'. Th band has twenty-three members iw their orchestra, each of whom Is an artfst The cornet ia by Jerome Hill and clarionet solo by II. HinscliinB' werar both well dered. Each piece as perfbrmtiil wan imitonueryapplairded . ixlKTiris. sr. Council doesnot meet to-monow nitrftt as i supposed. The way things look in regard to th Towa Hall everything is not as serene as migm De. Mr. and Mrs. AL Furhman will take part in the chorus of the May Musical r eaurai. . The ladies often, yes frequently, praise the street railroad company for putting up mat lamp at tne foot oi Berry ave- uuo ior tneir oenent. Unless the river falls rapidly the brick yard folks will take a rest. Too much back water in the bottoms will prevent uicui irum getting ciay. Constable KnaDn savsha has nnthinv to do in the upper part of town, but says uo wm not aiiow any "monkeying" by me uogrs uu t airnem avenue. Mrs. Albert Eenchler. T1AA Mi Till! Hauseman, presented her husband with a handsome little girK Al. holds his head two degrees higher since the event English. RTrene f or 014 Thlna. I Lot don Soclety.l Yankee Doodle sneers at the oust. and, contrary to John Bull, believes only in the active, eo-ahead nresfinti. which mnst open out into a glorious and inumpuant future. .Lord Talmerston, in one of bis election aneeehes. hannilv hit off the difference that exists between the two countries. In Eneland. he said if a man takes an inn. he calk it the Old Hat, or some name which implies that the hostel is no brand-new affair, and if a rival comes into the new he does not call his opposition establishment the New Hat or the Renovated Bonnet but he seeks to out-Herod Herod, and so, to make what is ancient still more ancient, he styles his honse the OW OW Hat In America he would christen the caravan- sarai by some title which would savor i little-of the past, but much of the mod em. W nil us antiquity has its senti mental side as well as ita historical. In the States, where there is no history, it is the future which is softened by senti- metu, not tne pnsi. TheProfctrBi of Suicide. (Tbe Vnfrenitr MaeKlns. m xwo young iMiinsnmen were coins asnore in a Doat irom a morotiant vessel in a Ch inese port. One of the two had leveled his revolver, for amusement at some object on the beach, when, just as ue puuca me trigger, tn other leaned across ana received tbe whole charge in his head. As soon as the Door fellow saw that he had killed his friend, he put the pistol to his own brow and fell dead by his side. Was he riirht or pleiididly wrong? This hannened A. D. 18S0, and about the year 660 B. C. Adragtua, the son of Geonriaa. the son of Midas, having first killed bis own brother by accident at home and then. with a javelin iiimed at a wild hoar. th favorite sou of liiskind patron Croesus, who. warned bv a dream, had nlarad his darling under his special charge, waited uu wiure was snunce ana solitude alter tiiat most lamentable funeral, and knowing within himself that of all men he ever heard of he was the most bur dened with calamities, slew himself upon IUU U1U1U. " ' Trial of Ike Gardner dun. New Haven Journal.) Yesterday morning in Hartford an ex hibition of the improved Gardner Gun, was given at Tatt & Whitney's, before Colonel J. G. Benton, commandant of the United States Arsenal at Bprinsrfield, and Captain J. E. Greer, of the United States Ordnance Department Six of these new (tuns have been recently sold to the United States Government, and in order to show them in practical work the exhibition was made. Seven hun dred cartridges were fired with great ra pidity and ease, and the effectiveness of the new system was clearly demonstrat ed. A new and ingenious device is that by which tbe barrels are prevented from becoming too hot. Hie brass casting over the barrels is so arranged that water covers them, and by this means the steel can never reach a temperature ot over 21T. Another gun was Im triad. This, instead of having two barrels, has four, and thus the rapidity of firing is j.-i.ij nv . r . o jus. uouuieu. mis gun is m an inoom plete state, and is to be made for the bngliali Uovernmeot. The Telephone oh the Lakes. IMUWsarfs (WM.) fnltnal.l Two years aeo Prof. Haskina nnmtmA to vessel-owners on the lakes of making the experiment of keeping vessels with barges in tow in constant communica tion with each other by means of a tele phone and call-bell. He left for Europe meantime, ana tne subject was dropped. Yesterday the question was again urougut up, ana, oeiore tne season is over, an experiment will be made. The idea is to put a telephone oa the barge in vow anu on tne steamer, and use m sulated wire as a conductor. It is pro posed to twist this wire into the tow line, thereby avoiding the possibility of a break by the dipping and plunging of tne vessels, it is ueneved that this will be a great accommodation ill cases of severe storms, when it i impossible te communicate with vtnsels in tow. The only question against its universal adop tion lureuanwni ma lates tswtretberit will lie of sufficient value to warrant the expenditure. An Ancle. lroc4t ts. Treating, .ruutMipftis saaa7-iiiM TiSMk If thera is wit. lhttt worse than another lit sddat dflnkhrtr-Ctrstomi.. it Is the urging- A person to dfink wheri he is for any reason disinclined t do so. It is a worse than' bafbarevii prttcrtiee. Titer was none too nuett decaaey h the Court of Kirf AhasuWO it the days of Vastftf the' Qifeeti; but everl there wer tfen smv tttmne any body to irink whn ft dkirr't' was to. The record stands that than- was "royal Wine hv absadance," bt tk "the dirinking waaceordiirg Ut law; aon did comMK, for se the King had apaowited to ail the oer of hi lioua?. that tiler sleuld da accordins; to every man's pleasure." It is a pity that taa Persian law is Bot oaerative a aU eeuma&itiet in this nketeeatlh Cbristiaa eefitary. The interment of Thoniar Sheehan. ths vDtwrair lourmrlist foolr tittm la Gfasnevin Cemeterv, Irttblrn MareS SOtBr. firs' roiv- fined almost entirely to lh foraMdialte members of Mr. Sheeban's family. at;raTiLXATi!s or scienoiw Prolonged exposure to very intense cold has very little influence ia destroy' ing tbe germinating power of seeds. De Candolle and R. Pictet subjected the seeds of plant to a temperature of 80 without injuring them very seriously At the recent meetinr of the Institu tion of Naval Architects, England, Ad miral iseiwyn recommended every one to study Prof. Rankine's admirable paper on "lAinibusuon," when they would know the exact amouut of oxygen necessary to burn the different varieties .f coal with the greatest advantage. The student would learn, he said, that the British were far behind in what had beta done in America with anthracite. . . Some time ago, it will be remembered, Mr. Gladstone and others, basing their opinions on certain passages ia Homer and in various other ancient and more modern authors, concluded that the ab sence of accurate color terms indicate a want of color perception. But such careful observers as Conn, VTrchow, and Almqvist have found that the color- sense in uncivilized nations is well de veloped even though they may have no words to express the different shades. Berthelot has examined the auestion whether the ordinary sound vibrations of bodies can produce chemical decompo sitions and combinations. It is believed by many persons that explosives may be detonated if exposed to the influence of certain musical notes, but this belief is by no means firmly established. Al though Berthelot tried the effect of very deep sounds and very acute ones upon ozone, arsenic hydride, sulphuric acid, in presence of ethylin oxygen ated water, and persulphuric acid. without noting any change of stability. lie thinks, therefore, that matter is un affected by these sounds, but that it is decomposed by etherial vibrations, which are much more rapid. Another electric lamp has been de visea ny u. Stewart, it consists ot a number of square carbon rods placed dially upon a desk of wood or metal. so that the inner ends of the carbon rods iorm a complete circle. There is a cir cular opening in the wooden disk through which the light is seen from be neath. The car ona are forced toward the center by a uniform pressure as they are consumed, and together they form the positive electrode of the lamp. The negative electrode is a hemispheri cal cup of copper, which, before the cur rent is transmitted, is in contact with the carbons, but when the current is sent into the lamp, an electro-magnet raises the cup, and the electric arc is formed between it and the carbons. Such is the essential part of the speci fication. It appears that this lamp has been tried, and that it has operated satis factorily. Mr. H. N. Moseley, in a recent lecture. maintainedjthat at comparatively small depths in the sea it is almost certainly entirely dark so far as sunlight is con cerned. I'rof. orel found that in the Lake of Geneva, even at a depth of only 30 fathoms, photographic paper was en tirely unaeteu upou after protracted ex posure. We can bardly believe. Mr. Moseley avs, that the red, green, or vel-l low rays can penetrate sea-water much further than those rays to which ordin ary photographic paper is sensitive. He dredged blind Crustacea at a depth of 120 fathoms; the investigators of Lake Geneva found a blind lsopod at a depth of about 55 fathoms. In depths of 500 fathoms almost everywhere, everywhere in depths of over 1,000 fathoms, there must be an entire absence of currents in the water any movement must be of a molecular nature ouiy, ex cessively slow and quite imperceptible to animals. Altogether, the deep sea, cold, l&rk and still, must be about the slqTrest place to live in that can be im agined. Science is disabusing people's minds of the notions implanted in them by poetry. The English scientific papers publish an abstract of a memoir, read before the Anthropological Institute by Mr. Alfred Tylor, on a hew method of expressing the taw oi specine cnunges and typical dif ferences of species and genera ita the or- ganio worldt and especially the cause of the particular form ot man. llie lower animals, he holds-dn opposition to theve Who of late have been trying, through citing very Unquestionable anecdotes, to prove something quite difierent--have no abstract ideas, and, therefore, all they can Know must oe derived from objects. Their repraduotion of specific form and decoration seems to prove that they have a powef of appreciating the niceties of form and color id a Very high degree, The torms and decorations of organized beL insra seem to be regulated by laws which Mr. Taylor named "emphasis' and ''Syni' metry." Emphasis he defined as the marking out by form or decoration of the important parts or organs. Empha sis was wen exempimea in numaa work, such as the structure of a Greek temple, where ail the parts have their functions firmly designated by ornament In the1 vertebrata the emphasized ornamenta ties is what is Called axial, be i not thri outward expression ol the Vertebral cal- umn and its appendages, and iri thf in vertebrata the decoration (end's to follow the Outline of the aaimal, and so de velops borders', In a paper en drrtrrle svh thesis and Hi smtel bearrfrgk, a- writer in the Journal of Sc'iewe" says" that th useful bodies whicw obtain from the1 animal- smd vegetable k-inrtknns may be divided into two great- elasseW On th om hand, there are so-called ekemicfa iiidivMuaK such as atgar, starch, tortaricaoid, glyee- rm getatia, ai owner, and many mrwe. On the other, tWee aftofgarntzea bodies, possessing a definite structure, and1 com posed of a mixture o twe or morV of the eheraieat individflah aforesaid. Now, ther is a a priori- reaswi why we shotfld ant ttUhnatelv be able to daee artificially any and every chemical mditKlaal whiett natuf oarlordBtrt there is ne reason to expect that w can ever succeed to forming even the simplest part of any plan or aninml, Trm, we may hope to form artificially albumeri with- sir it natural properties, and to use it as a valuable article of diet, but it will never ba in our power to manu facture an egg. We may make the sugar, the tartaric acid, and every other compound found ia a grapand by combining these in the right proportion we may obtain a sum-total which stall have tbe taste, the small, and the physio logical action of a grape, but we can never give it the structure of a grape. Here, then, is a rubicon which we can never cross so long as life approve s itself a something distinct from heat, light, electricity, and all the other phases of force or energy. A process of printing many colors at ona impression is said to be in successful operation in Parhi Tba following s.c- count from the Iron gives a fair popular notion ot its nature: "The pigment for the ground color is. formed into a solid block of the required thickness, to the surrace of which the design, traced m artificial talc, is transferred by mere pressure. All the parts of the block that oo not form the ground are cut out by hand with a sharp knife set in a jointed parallelogram, so as to be capable of moving in all directions in a horizontal plane, but at tba same time kept rigidly vertic il. Tbe spaces thus cot out are then filled by pouring in the hot liquid pig ments corresponding to the color or shades that are to be represented, pieces of wood soaked in water, serving to com plete the sides of the temtxirarv mold. When cold, the recently-added color, is a. i a . i . trimmea on py tne xnue and another poured ia. In case of a large design several operators are engaged on different parts, which are afterwards fitted togeth er; and the method is being tried of cat ting out the pattern in wood or metal by the hand-saw, and forcing the dies so cut out into tha block of ground-color Dy means oi a hydraulic press, thus forming the pattern at once. When the whole mosaic, as it may be called, is complete, it is placed in press somewhat resembling that used in utnograpny, aaa the upper surface is shaved- off so as to reudrr it true and level. The surface is also slightly moist ened with a suitable combination of chemicals, and the material to be printed on is piacea tnereon race downward. A frame carrying six rollers is then passed once or twice backward and forward over the material resting on the block. A perfectly clear impression is thus ob tained, and, in the case of textile fabrics. the color goes completely through their substance. After exposure for a few mo ments over a hot plate to drive off the fumes of the chemicals employed, the worn is nnisuea. Alalaria Destroyed. Q. A. J. Gailbois, of Brockville. Canada. nerunes mains was pmgtratea by a mala rial diseaaa contracted in Texas, and was quickly and completely cured by ths use of ur.. o.. Ti.-n.. i o c- iif.. tv ni uoi 9 (tbav j. uta iiiu Data luu-qrs. nfi adds; "I shall never tiavel in that climate without your Safe Pills and Bitters as a pari ot my outbU" LEGAL. UNITED 8TATE9 CIRCUIT COB RT, SOUTH KKN District of Ohlu James K. Williams vs. felitt V. Drake. El as P. Drake, of Saint PhuI, Minneaota, will talta noUoe that Jamet K. Will .urns, of Xeti a. Oreena Coimiv. Ohio. dtri. on March 80th, 188C, file hia petit on in tha Onitel State ClMiit Court for the Southern Ptotriot of uuio, against auia unas v. D:ake, praying for the re -every oi the mm of S4.000 00 and interest Imm Heptember29:h, IStiS, for and on accotnit of dam ages suMalned by breach ot cotraet for coney aiice of land situale ia Qreeae Count?. rihi. said Ellas V, Drake is hereby luj";itted th at be la required to appear and answer said petition on or Kiiinn Tuna MiU 1 AA JAMES K. WILLIAM9, m Bettman. hia Attomers. Dated Claclnnaa, April Sth, 1880, T EQAL NOTICR. ALBERT O. MANDIL, O? Ij th City f New Yik, la the state of New iont: me national nana ot un-envl 1. Mlchi- an. la th State of Mlehlsran: John F1. Motuiun and Thaddetts Wihter. partners as Mttrtdseii i.wn, w. Miwvt m mi maw Ul IIIIUOIS: AMBa both Tallant, whoa place of residence la unknown. anu unitriei Ij. onaner, wnose place of residence la unknown, will take notioathat Oocli. t..i. of tb County of Hamilton, in th state of on io! did, en th '7th day of February, 1830, file her two sw iiions uwi jourvoi uomuoo Pltaa Within and for the County of Hamilton, in laid Stat of Ohio, la cases No. 61,632 and No. (1,833, aa olaiht iiTtEalMt thsairt Albert d. Mandcl, lb Nattohal nana oiuroenyuie, nicnitan, Mmdaen WmU r, BlUabeth Tallant, Charles B. Shaffer, M. T. Far relk A. O. Boaa and others aamed in the Mid . tltions at defendants, setting forth therein that the rnu n. i, rarreit gare io in said A. Q. Rosa two mortKiikk oa the fodowlnr tiln m teal estavela HamllU.a County. Ohir, respeetiyely, tis: Lots Nt; M and 85 of Sdb-diTisiou of Mer- cintiort of Oincinnatl. made by John (J. Itealy and horded:fl Plat-book 4. paae 211, of tha Hamil ton County Records; said lots 84 Srid 5 frotitlne each 60 feet on the smith side of Htieelmn extending back each 140 feet. The said mortgages were given to secure th payment f two uotea nspecuYciy, eacn iortneauin OII3U0, with eight per cent, per aiHmm interest from August 1st. 1878. -mat me said notes and mortgages Were1 Buusequi mij raignea nw a Tsmaoie considera tion to and are now owned by the mil nUintin- That there il due I be aaid plaintiff on each of the said notea th sum of t3Q, wilh interesi ui ui or cunt per cent, per an num, from August 1st, 1877. and thai the other defendants, except M. T. farreli inoA tl Rosk, elalm some lieu upon suld lor 34 and 35 of said subdivision, br reason of juitgrnonta or suits pending. Ana that the plaintiff piaya it have a Judgment in eiich csw, aintinst gaid M. T F.irrell, and said A. Q. Ross hit two oo and Inter est at 8 percent per annum from Aunustlsf, 1877' and that tha avid moftCTges may b forecloied. .and th aid aremisrs reapectively sold clear and free of all lucum branceior lleirl ai ill tift paftlek (Seidr meh honed, tnd th proceeds applied to ths Mvracnl! o,,trid,!lV.tl,xS,ifJ01lR' n of Orteriville. Mictian, HeiitHcS f ilifer. Bliaabetn 'failaiij and Charier It bhaffir are fiotirid to appear and answer laid setiiinna on nr h(t,r t, thlr.i Saturday after th 29th dtf of f ny neit- f4PO. H TTlnr. hmr 1 llnrn.u CtiSrciNfiiCrT. Aprill Jffiti, ftSO. apt--v' n-ir 111 n-iitttTl(-f j---. i FUSLtOATION8., W beg to annouac that we hare prepatWf A COMFfiEUENSIVE CATALOGUE, Oontainlml coptWf of JrmeVfcair rl roi gn setM PatirWfiiorra. K tffe tne rnwufe) frcWheric of ffuV sad pric of t given HtitDrrxT) Magailnes nd Wlodilat otnailBed for con verrlenr reference; Mailed tor any axldraaa, oa recti at of tea eenW In poftage ktamf. 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