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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 6. 1880.
rl Cnnv J f ' Wewsbore
t At Coanter
Doings of Delegates.
Grant Men Badly Beaten In
Mississippi. . ',
Second Day's Straggle of the Ten'
the Anti-Third Termers at St.
' TKNNESSTCB REPUBLICANS. .'
Special to the Star.
Nashvillk, Tehk., May 5. Upon the-re-tssembling
of the Convention, Hon. L. C.
Houk, Bon. Stanley Matthews, of Ohio,
Hon. Horace H. Harrison and Hon. Zeno-
jrtior Wheeler made brief speeches eulogis-
tio of the Republican party and denuncia
tory of the Democracy. A majority of the
Committee on Permanent Organization
recommended J. B. Dillin, a Grant man, for
permanent Chairman; the minority recom-
blended T. H. Beeves, a. Blaine man. A
Tote was taken and resulted in Dillin re
eeivlnK 266 votes, Beeves 255. .
Nashvillb, Tbhk., May 610 A. M.
The State Republican Conven'ion met in
adjourned session at 0:15 this morning.
Hon. A. A. Freeman, Attorney of the
Post-office Department, Washington, intro
duced a resolution setting forth that it
was the sense of the Convention that the
delegates to Chicago should be composed of
persons who believe Grant is the first choice
of an overwhelming majority of Tennessee
Bepnblicans for the Presidency, and who
will without instructions cast the vote of
the State for him.
Hon. L. C. Hank, Congressman from the
Second District, thought the adoption of
the resolution would indicate that the peo
ple had not sufficient confidence in the del
A motion to refer the resolution, and all
Others that might be.Vff.ired bearing on the
Mime subject to the Committee on resolu
tions was carried. '
The report of the Committee on Resolu
tions, was adopted unanimously.
A. M. Hughes, W. F. Gillematers, Alvin
Hawkins, T. C. Muse, and Thomas A. Cald
well were nominated for Goveanor.
First ballot for Governor Gellenwaters,
one fifty-four, and a half; Huebes, one
twenty-three; Hawkins, one twenty-six
and two-thirds; Muse, one twenty-six.
Ni instructions will be given delegates
to Chicago. Eighteen out of twenty-four
are for Grant.
Nashville, Tkiw., May 68 P. M. The
following Executive Committee was
chosen: T. H. Reeves, 8. P. Rowan, H. F.
Guscain, H. L. W. Cheatham, Thomas H,
Caldwell, H. H. Harrison, F. A. Montague,
L, L, Hawkins, John Mail, J. F. Lattin.
HAWKINS KOHINATKD FOR GOVERNOR.
On the seventh ballot Hughes and Gil-
lenwaiers wimurew aim jiuwuhib was ue-
clared nominated by acclamation. Hawk
ins is now in Cincinnati. '
. Nashvillb, May 6.-8 f. m. Gen. Geo. A,
Maney and A. A. Taylor were chosen Pres
idential Electors. A resolution recommend
Ing Hon. Horace Maynard for Vice Presi
dent of the United States was adopted, and
the Conveiiti n adjourned sine die at 2:35.
ANTI-THIRD TERMERS AT ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, May ft The Anti-Third Term
Convention assembles in Masonic Hall at
noon, and will be called to order by Hon.
J. B. Henderson. Delegates are coming in on
every train, but the indication now is that
the attendance will not be heavy.
Representatives of Chicago, Cincinnati
' and Detroit papers are here. The colored
' race will be represented in the Convention,
two delegates having already arrived, one
from Philadelphia, the other being J. H.
White, of Pensacbla. Twelve colored men
of St, Louis have applied for tickets admit
ting them as delegates. J. W. Wilson, ed
itor of the National Tribune, has kicked
clear out of the party traces, and is a most
enthusiastic anti-third termer.
Lost night Wilson took a partial . census
; of the African M. E. Conference, in session
bere, and Duds that the delegates stand:
Blaine, 110; Grant, 96; Sherman, 68.
Representatives from 27 States will no
doubt be present.
Henderson says that one of the resolu-
tioifs Contemplates the calling of an in
dependent convention for the purpose of
making nominations in the event of Grant
1 being successful at Chicago. -.
o t if .. a o.nn D if 1 1 1 . oa
p. m. the Convention had not yet assem
bled. There is a considerable crowd at
Masonic Hall, out no great evidence of
Cosiness, ' -. ' . ' :
8 P. M. The Anti-Third Terra Conven
tion was culled to order in Masonic Hall at
about 2 p. m. by John B. Henderson,
Chairman of the National Executive Com
mittee, who at once named E. C. Hubbard,
of Kentucky, as Temporary Chairman.
Colonel Guilbert, of Iowa, was elected Tem
porary Secretary, .
Mr. Hubbard, on taking the chair, made
brief speech which was well received. On
motion, a Committee of eleven on Perma
nent Organization was ' named ' by ' the
Chairman. During the absence of this
Committee to prepare the report. Hon,
Bluford Wilson, of Illinois, was called on
for a speech and responded briefly and
greatly to the edification of the Conven
The delegates proper to the Convention
are comparatively lew, and no one I spe
cial prominence or -political influence is
present. Notwithstanding thia the hall is
well filled with an audience apparently
fully in sympathy with the object of the
The Committee on Organization reported
Ex-Senator John B. Henderson, of Mis
souri, for Permanent Chairman, and about
a dozen Vice Presidents, and Col. Guilbert,
of Iowa, Secretary, witli four assiifants.
Jackson. Miss.. Mav 6. A permanent
organization was effected at 8 o'clock last
night W. H. Gibbs, Chairman; Tom Ktcn
ardson and W. H. Kennon, Secretaries. A
compromise Was 'last evening effected by
tne appointment ot a committee to seieci
delegates. Six will be for Grant and ten
against, with Sherman first choice and
liluitie second. No action was had at menu
Sliei man still retains control. The Grant
men are violent and are caucusing. A bolt
and two Conventions are the probabilities.
Special to the Btat -'
Jackson, AIibs., May ft The Republican
Convention adjourned at 8 o'clock this
morning. Six Grunt, six Sherman and
four Blaine delegates were selected, Sher
man being second choice of the latter. Sen
ator Bruce leadB the delegation. A dele
gate offered a resolution declaring Grant
the choice of Mississippi notwithstanding
the action of the Convention, but the
Chairman adjourned the Convention. The
Grant men held an indignation meeting
and denounced this action.. An attempt
was made to organize a separate Conven
tion, but it was unsuccessful. Revenue
Collector Hill is Chairman of the State
Madison. Wis.. May ft B, H. Baker,
Chairman of the Republican State Cental
Committee, called the State Convention to
order. The Committee on Permanent Or
ganization reported for Char man A. J. Mc
Laren, ol Milwaukee: secretaries, a. m,
Iiutclien, of Fond du Lac, and W. H. Jos
lvn. of Richland. The Committee on Cre
dentials reported full delegations. Recess
for fifteen minutes was then taken, after
which the Convention selected seven Blaine
delegates, five for Wasbburne, two for
Sherman, and two lor urant.
NEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATS.
Concord. May ft The New Hampshire
Democratic state convention met nere yes
terday, and promptly organized, with Hon
John M. Shirley, of Andover, President,
who made a stirring address.
The following delegates at large to the
Cincinnati Convention were elected:
Harrv Bingham, of Littleton: Frank
Jones, of Portsmouth; John H. George, of
Concord, and Martin V. B. Edgerly, of
Alternates John P. Cloutman, David H.
Young, John W. Morse and Joseph Bur
roughs. There was no particular contest, except
as auainsc jiageriy, wno is a pronounced
Anti-Tilden man. He was elected by a
vote ot zoz to is.
Delegates were instructed to adhere to
the two-third rule in the Cincinnati Con
NEW JERSEY REPUBLICANS, jj 4,
Trenton, N. J May ft Thecitv itf-fnll
of delegates to the Republican State Con
vention and tne interest is unusual. The
streets are crowded and caucusing is going
on in private rooms, in corridors, etc Kx-
Congressman Geo. A. rialsey and John
Hill and General Kilpatrick held levees in
the Trenton House, and Ex-Congressman
Clark and Major Pangborn in the American
Many Democrats showed an interest,
particularly those Identified with the so
called State-house Ring. Railroad inter
ests are largely represented. The Conven
tion is apparently all Blaine and his
friends are not likely to pass any unit rule,
and there wilt propably be no expression
of preference. '
Trenton, N. J., May 63 P. M. The
Convention assembled at 12 ni. The Essex
delegation, the largest in the State, was
long out and wrangling, and was cheered
when It came in. it caucussed 51 tor Hal
sey and 20 for Courtlandt Parker. The
first is for Blaine atid the second for Slier
man. Almost all the prominent Republi
cans in the State represent as delegates or
are on tne stage.
DEDICATION OF AN ALTAR COMING) TO TOE
Special to the Star. - '
Indianapolis, May ft The marble altar
of St. John's Cathedral, the gift of Francis
L Farroan, has been erected, and will be
dedicated by Bishop Chatard to-morrow.
It came from Rome, and cost $3,000. The
exercises comprise the most beautiful ritu
als of the church. All the Catholic Socie
ties in the city will participate.
A special train of ten coaches, containing
delegates to the Methodist Conference, at
Cincinnati, passed through the city over the
C I., St. L. & C, last night, from Peoria,
Mary Hatfield has filed suit against the
city of Indianapolis for damages in the
sum of $5,000, by reason of falling over a
stake placed on the sidewalk on Brett
ST. LOUIS SPARKS.
CONFUSION IN THE CONFERENCE BRICKLAY
ERS STRIKE. .
Special to the Star.
St. Louis. May 6. The General Confer
ence of the Afiican M. E. Church accom
plished very little business yesterday. A
discussion arose over the appointment of
additional Committees, and such was the
confusion at times that the Chairman found
himself incapable of preserving order and,
leaning back in his chair, merely awaited
the uproar to cease.
The strike of the bricklayers still con
tinues with no prospect, as far as can be as
certained, of an early adjustment of the
difficulties.' The strike is exceedingly an
noying ti the contractors of the Southern
Hotel Between fifty and sixty bricklay
ers were working there, but they are all
now on a strike.
Chicago, May 6. The trial of Clarence
E. Davis, the bigamist, is in progress in
the Criminal Court Three of bis wives
are present, one from l.'anada, one fro.u
Detroit and the latest one from Quincy.
The latter is the only one he will recog
nize. The jury is made op of ten married
and two single men.
Democratic Delegates Double
Down to Their work.
Intense Enthusiasm Exhib
ited For Thurman.
George L. Converse Made rer-
TEMPER ALL FOB THURMAN.
Special to the Stac
Columbus, 0 May ft Unless something
in the nature of "a Bolt from the Blue oc
curs the convention will be harmony har
monized and out and out instructions
arim.fed for Thurman. The temper oi
the delegates is all for Thurman, ana iney
declare their indorsement to be a bankable
one and not a oomplinient, The tempo
rary oreanization is Chairman, Frank Hurd;
Secretaries. Georee Maul, of Sandusky; J.
a Crall, of Mansfield; W. W. Redfield, of
Huron: Dr. McKeuna, of Perry, ana J.
Newcomer, of Champaign; and in the
county delegation an interesting comnai
has been transpiring between Alien -v.
w .11. ,
Myers and John G. Thompson fo delegate
Ti- arrangement has been peaceful, and
gives Thompson the place and O'Myers all
tbe harmony. '
The four delegate at large can be named
as General Durbin Ward, J. H. Wade, oi
Cleveland, Frank McKinney, and John Mc
Sweeney. of Wooster.
The delegates and Democratic "lookers
on in Venice" are all here. It will b an
immense assemblage, bat the actual busi
ness disposed of shortly. The arrangements
are all perfected. Each district delegation
met at 9 a. m. in the various offices of the
'State-house, and are now selecting Vice
Presidents, District Delegates and the nsual
While the districts are now organizing
secrecy prevails among many of them,
The utmost watchfulness is exerted to have
the district delegates reliable Thurman
men. The Opera Hall is beautifully deco
rated with the National colors. Frum the
center of the stage is suspended a portrait
of Senator Thurman. In the Ninth Dis
trict the strupgle for district delegates
lusted through several ballots.
The Convention was called to order by
John G. Thompson, Chairman of the Stale
Central Committee. Prayer was dispensed
with according to custom. He introduced
Hon. Frank H. Hurd, the temporary Chair
man, Secretary J. S. Crall, of Richland,
assistants Geo. Manl, of Sandusky, and J
K. Newcomer, of Champaign, W. W. Red
field, of Huron, and Dr. Nio Kenna, of
Mr. Hurd congratulated the delegates on
the auspicious occasion. He declared that
the popular will would never be thwarted
as in 1876. The fate of Free Government
depended on tbe result of the next elec
tion. The destiny of tbe Nation was at
stake. The maintenance of -the sover-
ignty of the States must be the issue that
overshadowed the financial question.
His eulogy of Thurman was wildly ap
plauded, hats were swung and cheers were
repeated again and again. His speech was
electric and was delivered in the manner of
one inspired. '
The call of the districts was protracted.
At noon the Convention took a recess
until 2 p. m. '
Judge McKenna, of Ashland, moved
three cheers lor Hurd for his speech.
COMMITTEE ON SELECTION OF DELEGATES.
Judge Hoadley, Julius Reis, Alex. Lone,
C. W. Baker, M. H. Davis, Jas. E. Neal,
John B. Campbell, W. T. Alexander, W. D.
Hill. Charles Boesle, E. D. Potter, John W.
Nelson, N. W. Ellesberry, L. T. Neal, W.
H. Dugdale, P. J. Packer, Frank M. Mar
riott, John D. Thompson, Wm. E. Haynes,
George W. Roberts, John P. Allshlre, Jas.
W. Newman, John G. Thompson, C, D.
Martin, John O'Neal, J. W. Barrett, T. J.
Ktnney, Clements, Henry Bolil, John
8chreiner, D. McCornvllle, C. C. Lewis, C.
N. Smick, K. S. Shields, D. R. Paige, N. L.
Johnson, R. K. . Paige, L. O. Coleman, W
W. Armstrong, J. J. Farley.
Committee on resolutions from districts
one to twenty: J. M. Dawson, Tbeo. Cook,
Durbin Ward, Dennis Dwver,T. J. Godfrey,
D. H. Conningor, L. W. Hig.dns, L. Willes,
George W. Morgan, Warren P. Noble, J.
L. Vance, E. F. Buckingham, F. H. Routh
ard, J. G. Menser, S. W. McMv.llen, Charles
W. Allen, A. McGregor, S. B. Eshelman,
R. 0. Roke, Virgil P. Kline. ;
The Convention reassembled at 2 p. m.
and the Committee on Permanent Organi
zation reported for Chairman George L.
Converse, qf Franklin, and for Secretary,
William J. Gleason, of Cuyahoga; assist
ants, C. N. Allen, of Belmont; S. N. Mc
Millen, of Washington; E. D. Dodds, of
Lucas; J. K. Newcomer, of Champaign; R.
J. Caffev. '
The Chair appointed Henry Bohn, Judge
George H. Seney and Si. Huffman to escort
Mr. Converse to the stage He adopted the
speech of Hurd as bis sentiment. He re
ferred to the cordon of camps surrounding
Washington during the election of 187b",
and denounced Hayes as a fraudnlent Pres
ident He said Sherman expected to get
into the White House by ballot manipula
tions. He refeired to the Davis Treasury inves
tigation and the discrepancies found.
At 2:30 the Chairman had not appeared.
General L. M. Meilly, Secretary of the
State Central Committee moved that Dr.
James A. Norton act as Temporary Chair
The Committee on Permanent Organiza
tion then reported..
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THURMAN.
. The Committee on . Resolutions reported
instructing for Thurman, requesting the
District delegates to vote for Liin; adopt-
ing the nnit rnle in the State, and tbe two
third rule in the National Convention. The
resolutions are brief. During tbe waiting
for tbe Committee on Creden'iala John
McSweeney addressed the Convention.
Gen. Durbln Ward was called in to speak
next, Gen. Geo. W. Morgan afterward fill
ing in the time.
The Committee on Credentials are in
a turmoil over contests. The Resolndon
Committee are ready but not allowed to
They All Departed By Dif
An Ohio Doctor Who
Disastrous Fire This Morninj
FIRE AT CENTRAL CITT.
Specials to the Etar. : . -
Denver, May ft The Winnebago mill
and thaft-house, located in the Winnebago
Mine, near Central City, was burned yes
terday afternoon. Loss, $7,000; insurance,
' .. STOOD IN FRONT OF HIS GUN.
St. Joseph, Mo., May ft A fatal acci
dent occurred at Ettieville, Gentry County,
yesterday, by which a sou of George Felts
iost his life. He was on a hunting expedi
tion, and carelessly pulled his gun toward
bim by the muzzle, discharging the con
tents into tbe right side of bis abdomen.
, t THREE PLAYED-OUT TEXANS.
Galveston, Tex., May ft Yesterday a
stranger, name unknown, suicided by
shooting himself through tbe head. He
could not be identified. The man bad a
small' sum of money and is supposed to
have been a sail-r, .
At Bonham, yesterday, an old bachelor,
W. S. Harris, who has been working one
year on a farm near Ragsdule, in that coun
ty, suicided by cutting his throat with a
At Austin, yesterday, Henry Story killed
himself by drinking one hundred glasses of
whisky iu twenty-four hours.
AN OHIO DOCTOR DROWNED.
Pittsburg, Pa., May ft At Wheeling
early this morning Dr. Gost, Jr., son of Dr.
Ezra Gost, of Warren, Ohio, fell overboard
from the steamer C W. Batchelor and was
drowned. 'He was intoxicated at the time.
SUICIDE OF A FORGER,
Detroit, May 6. Albert! Shaw, a re
spected voung professional man of Reed
Citv, detected in a forgery of mortgages,
was arrested, and shot himself dead while
sitting in the Prosecuting Attorney's office
at Hersey to-day. He left a . note saying
that others were implicated, -but would not
say who they were.
BEAUTIFUL GIRL' J BODY FOUND.
National Associated Press to the Star.
Chicago, May 6. The body of a beauti
ful young lady was found naked yesterday
in a ditch on the Austin Road, six miles
from the city, 'ihe Coroner held an in
quest. No marks of violence were percep
tible and the verdict was that she was sup
posed tu be an escaped lunatic.
' STEAM YACHTS AND BOATS BURNED.
Rochester, N. Y., May ft A fire at Ca
yuga Village yesterday destroyed the boat
house, two steam yachts, eight Bulling and
eight row b'lats. Loss over $8 000. "The
fire is supposed to have originated from the
sparks of a locomotive.
. DISASTROUS GAS EXPLOSION.
At FowlersviUe, Livingston County, yes
terday, the handsome residence of B. F,
Doiuo was burned with its contents. The
tire was caused by the explosion of gus
made by a portable machine on the premi
ses. Loss 40,0UO.
. , A CALAMIIOUS ELECTRIC LIGHT.
Cleveland, O., May ft At 1:30 o'clock
this morning the George Worthington
block, containing tbe brush Electric Light
business, W.J. Morgan &Co., lithograph
ers, A. N. Kellogg, newspaper printing,
and the Cleveland Daily Anzeiger, took
fire and totally destroyed, ihe loss is at
CHARGED WITH AN INFAMOUS CRIME.
New York, May ft Geo. Dietz, aged
thirty-eight, is charged with an infamous
crime. His daughter Amelia, not yet fif
teen, and his wife, Wilhelmena, are the
complainants. The former acknowledges
that tier father had free uently cohabitated
with her for the past four years, and her
mother was aware of what had occurred.
The father has been held in $2,000 bail.
' killed by an explosion.
Jersey City, May ft Lawrence Zeberger,
a workman, was killed last night by an ex
plosion in a fire-works factory in Greene
ville. FIGHT BETWEEN KINER8 AND PROSPECTORS.
Leadvii.le, Col., May ft Advices fiom
Gunnison state that Stevens & Lei tor's com
pany of prospectors came in collision with
a company of miners at Highland City, and
several men were killed. Ii is said that
Stevens & Letter's men were trying to jump
claims. ..: ,
BIG BOSTON FIRE THIS M0RNINO.
Boston, May ft A fire broke out at 7:30
this morning in a five-story building on
the corner ot Win thi op Square and Otis
street, ihe occupants were Simons, Hatch
& Whidden, who occupied the lower floor,
and Whitten, Burdett & Young, clothiers,
who occupied the four upper floors. Tne
fire originated on the fifth floor from an
unknown cause, and was discovered by
some employes going to work.' The loss to
the building, which is owned by the heirs
of J. M. Bebee, is estimated at $60,000, and
insured for $ld5,000.'
Whitteu, Burdett & Young's loss is es
timated at $45,500, fully covered by in
surance. Simons, H:tch & Whidden lose
$10,000 by water. The two upper stories
KILLED BY A-PRISONER. -
' Elmira,' New Yobk, May ft George
Nickt-lvay, principal keeper of the State
Ueformatorv. this city, was staDceo and 1
tantlv killed this morning by a prisoner
named Edward Simmons, who is serving a
term lor burglary .j
! CONTINUED FROM SEVEETH PAGE. .
The Committee on Rales of Order report
ed several slight changes.
vr. riiober. ol the Houtn Indiana con
ference, was appointed to lead the devo
tional exercises to-morrow.
Bishop SiniDsou announced that the
Committee on Ecumenical Council would
meet at St. Paul's Church at 2 p. m. The
Doxology was sung, and the benediction
pronounced by Rev. M. Lemon.
The Convention in the interest of educa
tion met at St. Paul's Church this afternoon
and organized by electing 10. C. Haven,
Chancellor "f the Syraouse University tem
porary Chairman, and Mr. Comfort Secre
tary. Dr. Foss led in prayer.
The Ci airman announced the object of
the meeting and the Secretary read the re
port of the Committee on. Organization as
follows: Bish p, R. & Foster; Vice Presi
dents, A. Martin, J. Evens, C. D. Foss and
O. Mercry; Secretary, C. T. Comfort; As
sistant Secretaries, C!. T. Whitney and P.
A. Shaffer; Treasurer, L. M. Walteis.
Local Committee G. H. Moore, T. S. Hoyt,
H. B. Ridcawav. A. J. NasL G. W. Hamer.
ine secretaries were appointed a Com-
m 1 1 tee on urder ol .Business and slips ot
paper were scattered through the audience
upon winch the names of tbe delegates
present were written and tbe name of the
institution they represented. A roll was
niuue up irom these suds.
wr. foss was Uien called upon and made
an address apon the subject of reducing
educational movements of the Church to a
system and tiie placing of the institutions
upon a Detter looting financially. .
Opera glasses are used in the gallery.
The attendance at the Conference is in
Much confusion seemed to prevail during-'
renuuig oi journal. ,
1: -i , -
Dr. Lannham has been a delegate to sev
en consecutive General Conferences.
Hon. Will Cumback took his seat as a
delegate iu tbe place of Dr. Goodwin, de
ceased. . i ,
Some of the colored delegates favor the
eiecti m ot one ol their own color to the
A formal reception to the British and
Irish Wesleyan Conference will be given
this evening at 5 'A o clock, at St. Paul's M
E. Church, corner of Seventh and Smith
A reception will be tendered the M. E.
Church South and M. E, Church of Canada
on fnday evening of this week.
Dr. Lowrle, of the Cincinnati Conference
who, for the past three years has been edi
tor of the Divine Life, an international
monthly published in New York, was a vis,
nor at tne couierence tins morning.
Revs. Wm. McArthur, F. McDonald and
Wm. McMillan, Fraternal Delegates from
the British and Irish W eslevan Churches,
w ill address the Conference at St. Paul M
E. Church thin evening. The public will
, Bishop Simpson will preside at the Edu
cational Convention at St. Paul's Church
this afternoon. Chancellor E. O. Haven is
expected to deliver an address on the con
dili n of the educational institutions under
control of the Church, and Rev. Wm.
Arthor, of Great Britain, will also speak.
Dr. Hare, who conducted the devotional
exercises this morning, is one of the strong
men of the New York Conference. His
appointments have been among the
best uie Church bad to give. Almost
everv roan has some especial peculiarity.
Dr. Hare has his a lover of a gobd horse
and very few men own and drive better
horses than he. After the toil of study or
pastoral duties, an hour behind a Dexter
Over tome Hudson River roads is spent in
most pleasant and restful recreation.
The moat prominent candidates for the
office of Bishop are Dr. J. M. Walden, Dr.
uvrus w. ross, J. x tliirst, rl. W. Warren,
Dr. O. W. Fowler and Dr. Wm. Nust. C.
Curry )s a candidate for editor of the New
York Christian Advocate, and Dr. J. P.
Newman for Missionary Secretary. Dr.
Hoyt and J. J. Hight will probably be re
tained as edit t and assistant editor of the
Western Christian Advocate, and Dr.
Hitchcock will be re-elected book agent. If
Dr. Walden is elected Bithop, W. 8. Pren
tice, of Springfield. III., will t robahlv re
ceive Dr. Walden's present position.
OH A STXHC&
Ihe Stove Holders of Davis ft Co. is the
The stove molders at W. C. Davis & Co.,
on Third and Smith streets, where over two
hundred men are employed, struck to-duy
for an advance of ten per cent.
The strike threatens to become universal
Park, at 50 Fountain Square, makes a
specialty of dressmaking.
Diamond Mixed Gloss Paint, mixed
ready for immediate use, in any shade or
color desired, put npin packages from half
pints to barrels, and warranted superior to
any paint known to the trade, 'ihe gloss
being parr, of tbe body, which makes it su
perior for outside or inside work, the
weathfer can nor-penetrate the permanent.
oiWike surface; neither is it affected by
scrubbing or washing. None genuine with
out it bears our name and number of fac
tory. J. W. Walker's Bbos. & Co.,
162 and 154 Court street, Cincinnati
r) WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THE CIN
CINNATI Soda and Mineral Water Works
iiereby-gives notice that tin-v bave complied with
all the provisions of the Act passed April 9th,
1880, relating to the manufacture of mineral water,
etc., and that the bottles which they use iu their
said buii nen are marked aa follows:" " Cincinnati
Soda& Mineral Water Works. J. H. Overdiulc,
Henry VerhHe, John Alwes, Rewwer b Kus
Kamp, 8iefert& Hudiphol, and k'rauk Fuchs."
Any lerson who unlawfully uses, or has in their
posseniou any of said battles will be prosecuted
according to law.
Cincinnati Soda & Mineral Water Works,
By KNUWENER A VERHAUE.
mo WHOM IT M AY CONCERN: Messrs. itxa-
X ling, Huemnann A Co. hereby give notice that
tuer bave complied with all the provision of the
act pa&sed April 9, 18S0, relating ta the manufac
ture of.minerl water, etc., and that Uie bottles
which they use in their tuid business are marked
as follows "Krusling, Huuman A Co.." "fl.
Hick&Ca," "Bick A itclbel," "Stuck A Bueh
ler." "Stuck tteingrave,".,,Buffen," "K. 4H."
Any person! who unlawfully usa or have said
bottles in tlielr possession, will be prosecuted ac
cording to law.
mtt-m KBU3UN0, HCE8M ANN CO,
GRAND I This Evening,
LAST NIGHT BUT THREE OF
W. H. POWElt'S T T
Paragon Comedy Company
in tne brilliant and delightful eomey, . '
Friday night, Hay 7 Benefit oi Harry Lewi
Extra performance Sunday Night
Monday night. May 10 Mm Ada Gray. ; '
PIKE'S OFEBA HOUSE.
Sunday Evening;, May Oi
N G ERSOLL
W1U deliver bis New Lecture, .
"What Mast We Do to be, SavedP
Aboundlmr with his inimitable Humor. exauU
site Pathos, brilliant Imagery and masterly iuveo-
Prices SO and 75c No extra charge tor Re
served seats, now on sale at Box Office.
ALE OF SEATS FOR "SAINTS AND SIW-
NER5" will commence at the Box Office
TO-DAY, Mf Cth. Office open from a. m.
to o p. m. j
HEUCK'S OPEBA-llOUSE. r
A Medley of Mirth, Music and Fun. ' '
THE TRAGEDIANS OF KALAMAZOO.
In the Musical Farce Comedy, In three acts, enti
lieu, u l it sitiuuij iiAi:
' Or Boy and Glrla Asrain!
Illustrated by the SMARTEST BOYS IN THH
CLASS, assisted by the Famous BOSTON FE
Keservea seats at rerry & Morton's, icz vine (b
Admission 15, 25 and SO cents,
Monday. May 10 Nick Roberts' Spanish Stu
dents' Humpty Dumpty. Double Specialty
College of Mnsic-'Masio Hall.
CHORUS OF -3,000,
Saturday Afternoon and Eve
ning, May 8th.
Admission ..85 Cents,
Ticket Office, John Church & Co. 's.
The Great and Only Variety
Show in the City.
Entire Change of Programme.
JTJLE3 TISSOT and bis Wonderful Automa
tons, and a Strong OHo.
Grand matinee to-day at 2:80 pro.
HICKEY'S POOL ROOM
Lexington and Lonisrille Bares.
Witn additional attractions for sea
son 1880. Hooking- and Place (Jon
178 VINE ST., Opp. Arcade.
F H, A. N K SMITH,
Loan O f f i o e,
N. E. Con Sixth and Vine si, Clnoimiatl, O.
Money advanced on Diamonds, Gola and Silver
Watches, Jewelry and Clothing. A large variety
of the above articles always for sale at one ball
I WATCHES TS
I Jewelry ol every description ot finest quali
ty and bottom prices in great variety, at
FOR RENT-HOUSK-A XEWLY-FUttNISHED
house in Home City, thirty-five minutes' ride
from the eity, and a deJnblc residence or health
and convenience, cousieting of six rcx mis, coal
house, wash-house and all modern conveniences,
Adilress 8. W. C, this office, or call on MR. GEO.
McINTYRE, Home City.
A F. OSTERROTH.
yi.No. 453 Main street
Hints made to order
and satisfaction guaranteed.
PARTIES DESIRING CHEAP CLOTHING
should go to T. HURLEY'S, 130 Monmouth
sireet, Newport. Kv.
TJT A fPQ -THE LATEST 8TYLE8 A!
Ha A Oi BTROBEL'S, 27S Freeman ave
nue, between Richmond and Court sis.
Pimples, Fleshworms, Black
heads, Moles, Liver Spots, Su
perfluous Hairs, Freckles,
Wrinkles, and all eruptions
permanently cured by Prot
CAMERON, 131 John street
Call at once, or send 3 stamps
GOOD PHOTOORAPH8 AND FERREOTYPEg
made in all kinds of weather at KLKLLY'i
Gallery. 1M W. 6th at bet Kim and Plum.
; WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
TIT ANTEDTO BUY A copy of Johnsons En
V v cvcmpeoia. Address J. u. T.
Daily Star of-
lice. Cincinnati, O.
FOR 8ALE SHOES At II. WEBER'S. MO West
Fifth street, and at Branch Store, 699 West
Eighth street 1 he best styles of Boou and Shoes
in the city for the least money. . .
LOST BOY Five yonni old, left home of hie
parents, No. 17 Adams street, yesterday morn
ing. Wore blue pantaloors, check waist, striped
stoenings name of Jac b Mnllaner. Any infop..
m.itiou left with b'l parents at the above addri
will be thankfully received. .It
TUCKER After a long illness, borne with
Chri.4'.'.-irt fortitude and patience. May lib, at 6:31
a. m., George W. Tuoter, in tbe 7sd yest of bit
Funeial will take place from his late residence.
No. 26 Clinton street, on Saturday, l,ay 8ih, at
e'eloek. Friends are invited. Burial private.