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FRIDAY JANUARY 15 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY. 111 ule Expressly tor the btar.l Cincinnati, Friday, Jan. 15 Noon. It will probably remain talr andcl to-day, with perhaps incrcasjd clondiuess lo-inoriuw, and growing gradually warmer. Tbk trial of George Black, one ot the alloyed express ruboers, is sei tor Satur luy. - Mrs. Knibsel, of 605 Elm street, foil on tue toy pavement, lust eveniug, re ceiving very severe injuries. Tub Y. M. C. A. free concert last night filled tiie ball to,overflowiUi$, and wus a tomplele success Iu every particular. AlloI the engines at the Water-works except the Suieiua and Combination are idle, as the lower reservoir is lull of waier, and there is no place to pump into. The Clifton Hall entertainment has fceeu posiponed to. tlie 19. Ii hint., on account of the death ot Mrs. Hubert Uosea. , Tub Deacons and Trustees of the TJniuii lluplist Churoh have requested Kev. Alugee to temporarily suspeud his pastoral work, . Thb wedding of Mr. Gus Strauss, ol Lexiugtou, Ky., and Miss itachul Kiefer, oi this city, was celebrated at tlio St. Nicholas, lust evening. A phukkkn man fell through the ice Into the caual last uight, and was, pulled out by a reporter ol tue Enquirer, w ho is bow in search of employment. Thb attendance at Christ Episcopal Church lust nigut was larger tliau at any previous meeting, and manifested a growing interest in this new departure in the Vuurcu. Thb Jubilee 6ingers of Fisk Univers ity, .Nashville, Tumi., are to nive a series of concerts at Pike's, consisting oi sac red songs lrom those ot their people, oummencing Jlonduy evening uext. Kkv.Luthkk Taylor, one ot the prom ineul luelbouist m.uislers ot lndiuua, will spend uext Sabbath in the city, uud will occupy ihe pulpUol Wesley Cuapel, the -mother 21. . Church ol Cincinnati. Tub Ciuciunail Club having closed its career us uclub, has generously divided the amount in the treasury between tue Cincinnati Orphan Asylum and the Home of the Friendless, giving to each 1110 77. Thb Friends of Inquiry held their meeimg at JJopklu's Hail lust night, and after the discussion ot the question, de cided to rent the hull at the north-east corner of Fifth and Central Avenue lor their luture meetings. Hespkria Ekcampmbnt No. 37. I. O. O. F., has installed tne iollowing officers: Theodore iiurdeu, Cniel Patriarch; ii. J. Blarney, Senior Warden; i. S. Tuuiliti Bon, Junior Warden; Joshua Harden, liigh Priest; Charles P.Overeud, Scribe; Jonn Hobiusvin, Treasurer. A medical Kenlleuiun of the city was recently employed by Coroner Malcy to xoid a post-inortem examination on that scalp, concerning wbicu so much mys tery was manufactured by some of the papers of the city, und tnis gentleman yesterday presented a bill to Judge Mui dock, who relused to 'allow it on the rrinnnil that tnu law reierred to nost- inortern examinations of bodies and not minute fragments. Mrs. Pkrkins' suit against her hus fcaud for alimony bus been compromitied. Bbe having been allowed a sum sufficient to satisfy her. Mrs. Perk, us is now liv ing with her relatives in Butler county. Sue is on most friendly terms with tne family ot Mr. Clare, Mrs. Clare baviuu visited her since the tragedy, and urged her to visit them. She lias also been in vited by the family ol Mr. Perkins' broth er to make her home with tliein. Tub Finance Committee, iu their meeting yesterday, opened bids for the tiriiilineoi the city's annual report -lor 1874. but recommended the Council the mutter of awarding it to the lowest bid der. The ordinance to contract witii JHuirh (Jamnbell lor constructing the lloi no street sewer was, aner some dis cussion, recommended to Council to con tract, tor the same. On motion the con tract with the Ttiird National Bank ol receiviug the city's deposits was re newed. The stock men ot the West had their filth annual minion lust uwbt, at the Avenue ( Biock-vards) Hotel, Colonel 11 H. Duvis, proprietor, nlticfuthig as host. Among those on Hand w ejf Robert Willi, of Coniiersville, Indiana; Ross Perkins. KuHuville: Van JJver. Urueusburtr: A. r. Kirk, Washington C. 11., Ohio; William Wilson, Indianapolis, Indiana; ciiurie. Khonemus, lleesville; H. Biair, Shelby ville. Ind.: J. J. Otirlis. Wuldron; G. W Marshall. Covinuton; S.nieoii liodsou Hillsburo, Ohio, und several others ol the noted Westui u stocK men. Thb followinir is the calendar of the TI. S. Circuit uud District Com t belor, Judge Swing: Feb. 2d to 6th, jury cases in Ciicuil Court: t eb. uth, cases in iiaiiu ruutcv: Feb. H.'a to loth, jury cases: Feb lUiii uud 17th, indictments; reo. Diih In SUih. iurv cases in Uistrict Cou t; Feb, IM lo iiSih, aitnnrulfy onset.; 11 arch 1st to 6th. ciiunceiy cases. When a ouuse is rescued in its order, if nu totiiis I foi either party appeal:, it will he dismissed it counsel lor but one party uip.ar, 1 Will be snbjjct to such order as he muy Desire, unless in uautr case me vyuui lliuil otherwise direct. The Iollowing named gentlemen have ligued the cul lor tue iniiiguaium meet rns? ut Pike's to-morrow niirlii: James 11 Laws & Co.. it. M. Bishop & Co., A. Elk eubrecuer. Luther Parker, Edmund Dex ter, Babbitt, ilarkuess & Co.. A. 11. Bueher, M'ilis, Johnson & Co.,'Dr. J. J. fJuinn, ii. Bioch & Sons, J. L. Minor, Jonn Sbillito & Co., C. M. lloiloway, J. B. Grant, Wm. B. Cussidy, Jus. W. Gull', H. B. Loder, C. B. Murray, James c. Hopple & Co., J. N. Sibley, FreioergA "VVoikuro, Marinet & Co., Walsh. Brooks A Kellogg, S. J. Tlioiupsou, Wm. Cliflord Jleff, B. G. Stall & Co., Gneitle Bros., and many others. , Among the speakers announced are lion. Job. E. Sievenson, lion. O. J. Dodds, Hou.D. Thew Wright, Jiou. George 11. Pendleton, Hon. Fred. Uussaurek. The marriage of Miss Ida Wise, sec ond daughter or ue. ur, iyhb, iu uti"j Bernheim, a member of a well-known Srm of ibis city, took place at the Plum bireet Telnple lust evening. Tue ceremony was performed by Dr. Lllien thul, in the presence or a ver large assemblage bom families of the leading Israelites of the oily. The wed. Olng festivities, owing lo the recent al flict.on of tlie lainily by the death of Mrs. Wise, were ol an iulorinul nut ui e and attended by compurutively few ol the friends of the lani'ly ; but the pres ents were very numerous and ot a very ..tiu ..l uiulily umironiiale order. The busbund was attended at the altar l, mr. and Mis. Levi, his uncle and .;,,.i uiwi lirldH by her brother-ln. lw, Mr. Beiijamni May, ami Mrs. Muy, k.,. mIoimi- Tn vnuna uouulu leave the cnv this wek fur u lour ol a few weeks' ii u in won to JaUgiiiH, iiiuutor uew Thb Bprlng Grove Avenue Railroad Coiupanv has elected the Iollowing ofll cersi Uikctors &. S. Bates, T. F. Kek ert, K. B. Hopple, James Hopple, sr., .InnSuia Hntinla ti- Hpurv Cultlweil. 1111(1 Charles V. Uoss. rue uouru oiganizeu by the election of E. S. Hates as Piesi- dent; Becreiury,Henry niiuweii; ne urer, U. B. hopple. '1 be Iollowing were elected officers of the Avenue Railroad Ciimpanvi President, R. B. Hopple; Sec retarv. Henry Caldwell: Treasurer, K. U. Hopple j Superintendent, E. S. i ales. The Board of Fire Commissioners transacted the following remaining bus'. neseTyesterday uilerour time ol going to press: A Committee consisting ol Chiet .Meiirue and Mr. Weber, were appointed to receive proposals lor the erection ot n new house, costing no more than $1(100, on the city lot on Sycamore street near seventn. rue committee on inemieai Engines reported in favor of the Babcock us the lowest bidder, although it was not superior to the Champion iu point of ef ficiency. A motion lo discuss the fore going was curried and the mutter de terred until Thursday two weeks. Car ried. The churges against Mr. Peters were, dismissed unanimously. The Board on mntion resolved itself into a committee together with the Chief in or der to visit the lactory of Alli ens & Co., and there discuss the matter of exchang ing the old ten's enirine, Miles Green-' wood, for a new engine of improved und smaller pattern. A mketing of the Board of Directors of the Comity Infirmary wus held j ester day, and the following pending business disposed of: The Clerk was instructed to advertise for proposals to furnish fresh beel for one year. On motion, Al bert Khetiisli, of Spencer township, wus received into the Infirmary, and the Su perintendent instructed to confer with the Township Trustees accordingly. The President and Superintendent were au thorized to purchase from tin; Cleft' Mine Works a length of 12-inch drain pipe at 75 cents per loot. A committee consist ing ol the President and Attorney ol the Board, were a, pointed lo secure lrom tue portion of Storrs township not annexed to the city such funds us are due the Township annexed lor the support oi the poor. Tue same coinmiitee us also in structed to demand ol the Clerk of Sub. school District iSo. 7, Millcreek Town ship, the transfer of such State school funds as are duo the County Intirmury under the law. Mr. J. D. Torry, orNew York, yester day commenced suit iu the Chancery Court, to be released from certain notes given Mr. Geo. Weuer for $14,gJ0. Mr. Torry it appears bad dvnnced certain sums ot money to the Great EtiBtei Cir cus, looking to the slock us security. Previous tu September last Mr. Weber became the creditor of llaiulit & Co., owners ol the circus to the amount ot $11,000, and about the time the en cits was going into winter quarters at Lebanon, he sued them lor the amount, and threat ened to attach the show property. A compromise was agreed on among l orry, Weber and the Huight brothers, whccl.y it was agreed that n lorry would eive Mr. Weber his individual notes lor $14,- 000, Weber would release ail claims winch tie held against llaig. t & Co. Mr. 1oit did execute his notes us agreed upon ami delivered them to Weber in escrow, bin Mr. Webor never released llaiuhl & Co. Since his assignment, his ass giiecs have altempied to negotiate lorry's Holes, which would muke him liable on them, May Slusicnl iVf iiiiil. The part rehearsals of the Festival Chorus continue to be held at Meludcun Hull as follows: Fo- men's vo.cis on I'bursday eveninus at ii o clock; lor women's voices ou Saturday alternootis ut 3 o'clock. These rehearsals are of ihe greatest importance, anu uu mciuuers nouiu muse an enoi t, lo ancuu mem regularly, iiiakiui; uo other engagements which will interfere with tlieui. Jr, Slurgan't t'oci f. The . second orstan concert proven equally a success with the tirst. If Mr. Morgan were not so inorouniy accus tomed to applause, ho would certainty leel llutlored at the enthusiasm bis per formances created last nigut. The vocal iiurt of the piogrammo wus also executed witu skill, encores oein demanded lrom both Mrs. Aluol.er ami AlisR Du Pelurum. These Indies lire en gaged to sinif at the regular services ol 1110 SecoilU cniiicu nereaiwi-. AH 1 fit t . "Wood's Thkathk There was a good audience lnsl evening ill the lii'st prod uc lion of "Samson." The play was elc- gantly mounted, all'i):dii, anoiher in stance ol the ureal liberality and enter. urine of Miinaaer Mucuuley and of the laste and skill of soenic artist Alaeiler. Air. Pope bus uh the udvitHinges of n line physique, a commanding air, und a noweriul. sonorous, ami well-truiui'd voice, to enable It.iu to irive u s iijslac lorv pnrirayal of the '-lle.o of Gaza.' Sliss L.zisie Piersoii's irraeel'ul und spir, ited iiilerpreliilion of Delilah deserves Hie highest praise. Mr. Burrei i as "Prince Lumeck," Mr liHi lon as 'Zamlires," aud Air. Lord us 'Munoith," bliowod ibenisCiVes fully e(iial to the proper rendition of their respective parts. "Sauu-ou'' will be re peated tins evening. A J .11 K II . The weather to-day is clear nnd cool. The liver fell ten inches during ihe past twenty-four hours. Nine luet uud ten incites iu Uie channel. The river coutinires to fall at Pitts burg, wiiu three feet and six inches to day. Thermometer 3 deureoH above zero. Tho steamboat Iliinliiiirtoii is lwg in a dangerous condition on the riverbaiik, opposite the Little Miami depot. She is surrounded with ice, uud is sinking slowly. Unless something is done .to suve her, she will be a badly split-up case of steuurioat. A Kood many boats are on the bank at Portsmouth. ODDS ASD MUDS. Ihe sword mar pierto thotiaivor, (tone wails in time amy auver: T e mind alone, woi tn stucl and stone, Xuuv keeps men tree forever. . . Death from night mare is rare, but it has occurred. Virxiuia is the banner State for pea nuts aud Ohio for statesmen. The bullion' product ol Nevada, ior 187a, is estimated at (j0,000,0u0. in Lie Hull women apply every uuy iui positions us street car conductors. il is announced, tunt a iuhu ui iu,ouu for the ceuieuuiul regattas is to be rais ed. ... Beware of the recoil of elmut indulg ences; we mav break our nedss over iuu orange peel oi 'our own throwing down. iilllOld, J. ft., 18 a Oolllioriuuit) piuue. , A uiuii leceuily tried lo distribute liw oaves oi bread to the poor, uud could omv dispose oi hnif ol nis slock. In Texas tuey uiing a man wueu no re fuses to marry the gul wnose hand ne has souKut, and tue poor lelluw is geuer- ally very ulad to net od so llghlly. A Western paper, uusuuuiug uuuei, iniorins us renueis that one ol the par ties "was seriously wounded in ihe breast, while his opponent hied iu the air." The Praying' women's Tempcranoe Union of Worcester luiuishes tne fire men of ;bat city with hot cutiee atevei.y tne, the uim being lo loiestall the do main! lor intoxicating beverages. A St. Louis boy, Hardly ou. oi uis pet- ticouts, sio.e tour nunureu uonars iroui his uiotuer, the other day, und had spent one huuured and nineteen dollars ol il lor coiiiectioiiary, wine, gay clonics, etc., beiorene wus ciiUjhl. A wile iu Spiiiunoid, mass., saw ner husband walsiug itu auouier woman, and ui once .started for the liver lo drown bersell. On the wuy she cuanged ner mind, got a pistol, sought the une.iu ing pair, und lorced conlessiou uud re pentance uuuer a rmcut ui iuouuh deutu buys the Nation: "We have never inoiuiuauoi mo present day who udvo caied uniiiniied issues ol paper money wuo bud not a queer look uuuul lus eye. il is uiidouoteuiy a sign iu our tunes ui some cerebral uisturuauoe, however slight." lue British Society ol Arts recently otleicd in prizes ol &)0 eacu lur essays ou Inc deveioptueul ol iniproveu means lor tue ecoiiuniiC use oi icul in pr.wtie dwellings. Tueie were es. s.iys subinilleu, not one ol wuicu Was deemed wuriny of a prizj, or even ot la voiaule uienl.oii. . vv iliiess ihis itoiu the London Times: It .s desired lo pluce two j oung ladies, aged iwe.ve uud fourteen, vei y stipng .ma heuiiuy, unuer u laity who uppioves oi uud Will iiioroughly und duly admin ister me oucuor jod. lernis most he- erul. Aduress F. G-, Post Office, Hamp ton, .UlUUlCoC.V. F.fiy-iour generals' widows drjiiv pen sions Horn tiie Uuiieu blulcs. Wueii tue peus.ou paid tue widows of brigu- diei-iteueruis, $.io.a nionlii, was oilereu lo ttio widow oi or.ive Wen. iUeade, sue very emphatically dei lined to lece.ve It, be cuti.ie it was more luau lual paid to Mrs. riesidciii, Lincoui. Tue b.oux cuy, la., .Jouruul was ob.iued to issue an explanatory and ..noiosetic caiu tue oihcr dai , owing to a oiuuder ot too lureuiun in lue compos ii, tc room, by wuicu uu uccouul ui tue marriage ol two luuhiy respectuuio citi- nens oi Des Jiouies wus puoiisiicu uuuer ,ue beau ol "Cnine." A l.ostou woiuuu bus lor some time uau us uer only couipunious in her house niie, ecu doi;s lrom luree inonins to nve y carts oid, but sue uoes not sueui lo have aeuted luein very well, lor turee have jusl died, and iuu society ior vuc i-re- vctifioii, KC, nnuiiig uie oiueis .t unu euiuciateu, uus Killed luree more. Tue Bruokit n Argus thinks mut Heav en's best gul l iiiun is the woman wuo snow s just AUeu unu wuei e a "boo-uoo" otigtii lo come iu. Jilis. Beecuer suould iahe note oi th.s. Jurors ure iiillueiiceu uy weil tuned uoo-boos. As Mrs. Tilton aileUus court perhaps a boo-hoo urrung ud i r two voices wuuid have slill more influence. a new cuprice among the fashionable is einuroideieu blue, silk cosiumes ein ormuercd in tne ino'sl brilliant uud oi luulesi colors. Some of Worth's new est importations are in tuts style, uud it is lo oe admitted luamie siv ie is very eieiuiui. On New Year's some ol these new lobes were Worn and greatly ad mired. Don't bo ashamed, my lad, if you have u natch on your eiuow; it is no iu rk ol d.sZiiice. ilspeaUsweil ior your indus irius mother. For our pari, we w ould lat.ier see a dozen palcues on your mutuus than to uuve you do a bad or mean action, or to four a prolaue or vut in- w ord nroceed iroui your lips. Six weeus oljunety and uissipation will bring us to Lent. Tuen a period ol lasting and pi ayer extending over lorty davs und nixuLs. Tuen another six weeks of lesuviiy and wo have spring agtiin. Witu spring come pieparanoiis lor Kurapeati lours uud suinmer wuu iiDiiu.s iu ihe couuiry. Tue winter lasiiionabie season here is short begin- ing later aud culminating earner every year. Social Blnli. It Is wonderlul how birds love the companionship of men. Even the Indian recognizes this liking, and puts uti his poind for the purple mariiii; the colored man ot tue bouui iu line manner seis up a calubasu, while in our villages ure seen martin houses, often evincing taste in their construction. Bui the Ameri can swallows lormeriy sept aiooi irom men, and in the lur West the martin still, as of old, -builds in hollow trees. borne oi our migratory onus are seen with us in winter. This is explained by the agricultural hnbits of mes. Wherever agriculture flourishes, so will insects, uud the He Ids of the husbandman Hie thus attractive to the birds who come tnl I her with their sweet voices and good deeds. Now this laotdoes, in time, greatly modify the migration impulse. The bird is a frequent vis tor to our gat dens in winter, thofigh not in large nuin- oers. ne now nnus iooa in me lurvio oi these insects which aie the pests of the farm; und it is pleasant to watch -him peeinnir around I a llies aud under ledges and rails lor his lood. The fashionable extravagance for col lecting artistic porceleun gratifies itself w im lue decorated piuies oi ctuiia u.ai now bang upon the walls amidst the rurest paintings on canvas, a towers puinled by'liurten, aud nguresbyBes che ornament luese bangiu. plates; and nrst-cluss artists desiirn the beuutilul quaint figures, heads, landscapes, liuils. and Mower-pieces lotnid on me ornament al porcelain imported by connoisseurs. The current number ol Tub Wkkkly tar. now ready, contains the latest news by telegrapn, a luminary oi vne news of the past week. Congressional and Legislative proceedings, Humorous Gossip, Od.is aud Ends, Personals, He- liitiotie Intelligence, i'oetr,corresponu- ence, tasliiou sews, Liiierary iteviews, Jtc; also, lending Editorials on "What Human Nature Teaches," "About Our N'avv," "Conlessing the Trum," "tue Faroe at New Orleaus," "The Right ol Revolution," "Cuba,'' "Man and Machin ery," "Capital and Lauor," "(.oiomzu tioii,"&c: The Beecher-Tilton Suit: Tne Transit of Venus; Conquered ut Lust; A Brave Servant unl; ureal writers as Convergers; A Singular Story; The Col ored King; Convict Women of England; The 0.tieen Mother: A Love Story; An cieut und Modern Gliosis; Alfonso XII, King ol Spain. Financial und Market Reports. Together with n large amount of Morul, Literary, Agricultural and Sci entific rending. Price Four Cents, In wrappers, at the couuter, ivady tor mullinit. It I ED. , STEVENSON At 3:05o'clock A. M.. Thiir. (lav, .January 14. 873, Hubert bteveutou, in Ihe BO.li yearof his njc Kunei al lrom Ins Into residence. No. 604 West Seventh street, ou Saturday, January l"th, a, i o'clock P. M. rricuus are invited. ja.4-at Tr emendous and Unequaled Sacri fice in Men's and Boys' Clothing, at the great sale in .C. Hopkins' Old Store, S..W. Cor- W 1 1 1 ner rourtn ana Race Streets. ames Wilde, Jr., & Co., New York and Chicago. tlt-tol AMUSEMENTS.. SPECIAL SALE Before Taking Stock. GREAT VARIETY' Hamburg Edgings, FIXE TVORJC, AT LOWEST PRICES. Some tir. at Bargains in RIBBONS, aris Underwear, Skirts, Chemise, Sight Dresses. . LeBOUTILLIER &BR0S. 194 and M Wfst Fourth Street. PROFESSIONAL.. Under (his head Ave only insert tlie cards of those Known to be of goud etaudiug Iu Ihiir proresbion Drs. Bradford & McChebney, 110 West fourth Street OFFICE IlOl'KS: FROM IU A. W. TO i P. M Dr. T. C titadford al home from 10 . m. to 1 p. m. Ut. A. C. Alulbesney al home from 1 to 4 p. m. aeii-iy Dll. J. TAFT, Dentist, EDITOR DENTAL REGISTER, 117 West Fourth Street, d4-ly CIKC1NNATI. O. W. AV. WOODWARD, Dciitst. O. 114 Fixth Street, bet Vine and Raoe, JN Cirjciunati, O. Dr. A. BEltitY, Dentist, OFFICE AMD RESIDENCE: de25-Sm No. 118 W. Seventh 8x. II. It. SMITH, M. D., Dtntiht, No, 80 WEST SEVENTH ST. Gr. U. 1IOLLIST 1J It, Attornev at Law, . IVo. XitSO Walnut Street. ImliB-jrl DUBlilN WARD. T. Q. 1JILDEBRANT. 8AM L W. PKOBASCO. WARD, HILbfcBRAM 4 PROBASCO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. NO. 8i WEST THIRD el'.. CINCINNATI, O I'lompt attcuuou given to ail ouamosa in- trubted w lueir care. , iHau-wmaiu J. T. CHAPSEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFJ'.E ! X30 WALNUT ST. IIEISltY A.. RILEY Attorney and Connullor at Law, No. 21 Park Kow, New York, BSCollcctions pruuiptlv made in all parts 01 tne MSI. ueoi-u A Good Sturjf. A eood nneoilote is aiven in a journal published ill Nttiicy.-uie authenticity of vvuicll 18 guaruiiieeu. nankins luui, n PruHHian prefect in the iiiniexed prov inces of Alsaue and Lorraine was visit. iiiji ihe dioereut lovulilies over wuiuii uq liud nulhuritv. On imsitiiisc throuiih a small village In Lorraine, he asked tho old priest tu show uiin over the uiiurcu, and espied a silver rai in a oae iiiku over the altar, lie immediately asked what it mount. The good lather replied that many years ngo tne village had heun overrun with ram, and us u lust resort the people clolibed together und ottered a rai iu solid silver, iiie size, to ihe Vir gin, since which lime hut lew vermin hud been seen. i)o vou mean fd say that they believe even to ibis day that un oflei'ing of a sil ver 111 MIX can nee tue vouuiry mm ver mint" 'I am afraid not," quoth the good father. ''Men havo urown impious now- ...ia. tuit I am i.e!uaded ttiai um iney helieve it, mty ould i re this lime have offered a silver Prwsoiuu, life sine, at we altar of the V ire In." The prelect looked hard at the old cure, turned on his heui, and strode out of ihe odiuue. Hon Iloston Oirla Stop the Street Cars. The Boston Tim,:s has heeu "tolling talcs out oi boliooi," nud we fcive the f,.i lowuijj ior ine boiieiit o. our own lair Site Biood on tne corner ol Washington and Wi-iier streets; her lithe uud grace tul bodv wai eucoiupuftsed in uu uuiple vMiiin soul skin; upon her head uercued a sniiuv iiat, and upon the hat a uii d of a species uiiKiiowii in tuis cnine. a jiiu v.-u hall cuvurud uu oval tace, ooiuiiik jtir.t low eiiottgii to hide a pair ol pouiing IIMS. IlllUOr WUICU U W,ui yvni.j icciu, uiidoubU'dly mutual, was now uud llieu v.sibie. llor nose was aquiline, her eyes dark, lustrous aud tuougutl'u , her skin vvuile, and ner uoie uu u.ie u uomivu. uloiiii; on Ihe cur a conductor, wUo,"like mobt OOllUUClortu oou.uirn.ee iu n nouie- bidy wished to ride. She molioned wuh tier gloved uand, iheu her Uuiniy silk uinlirella sawed the air all lo uo pur pose. .Dropping bolh, with a gesture or despair, she sualched ott;her ri(fut glove and nisened her lore and big finger be tween her cherry Jipej iney pucKereu uiouiid ihein; Ihe nostrils diluted; Ihe mellow eyeballs glu.ed; tho cheeks pulled,1 thou collapsed: and a short, Hh.ill ti imIo rem tue air. The couduc-. im- iiiinned aud so did the tiny creuiure. dropping her Jjand so quickly thai no one out our argus-eyeu repot ie. .an mc L'uilly periieltuioiV liul she gained her poini. The car was slopped, und iu a tvvinkliiiir she wus rn und out of sight. Our liosiou girls Know a thing or iwo; wuen they whistle, they whisile to some nuriiose, liul it ain't every girl lual can give that sciuulifiu whistle between the hngcrs. G. W. HAltltlS, Manufacturer of Mattreses und Bedding: AND DKAI.KK IN WOVEN W1UE AN D it 1 1 the New Myle SprhiK Ued Iloitoins, No. IhJ V. t lllll St., CinciullHH J. inau-ijrmnn TLu dnnirer Iu. the kissini of tba ba hies is. that Uiuttivria may he given to 53? a ntild lorui wiat ho (or ZoT" o:!'-' ?''IJS? UB " 0t A Pacilie const editor really wished to say something very complimentary ubout uu "interior" voiiiemporury, but his com positor made him remark ihal the peri odical in question stood "iu the lrout rank of .lul'-nor Journals," und now ihe would-be llulleier wears bullet-prool underclothing, aud uoes bis wriliug in, trenched behind a leather bed la the ti.rm. i, air back of his lodging-house. while iiis irale inland colleague stands uu aid with a brace oi revolvers auu a I his euituiiai sauotuia, liMKAL HilMIMi WOKkS. Mb 1 rll Avyiu' Key's Creek Coal. FOU Dtonm punmees H h W3 equal, and for gtate aud range it cau uoi be uxcxlled Ja3-6t,F,M&vy woodo. Williams ca. o. n w. Tinru sr. FALL., 1874 MILLINERY DEVOU ft CO.. IS". Usee St.. Cincinnati. We are receivinx the new slylesol all flats. uoiinetN x wwvn am Kiubona. JUilhuers dud Merviiauts can uud isrire variety of inui invd ilals aud Bonnets 'ut tlie lowest casli Jyn-lyM W&F-ifltwi.rlces. READ THIS TWICE "THE PEOPLE'S LEDGER" contains NO Continued Stories, 8 Large 1'Bges, 48 Columns of Choice Miscellaneous Heading Matter every week, together with articles from the pint of such well-known writers as NASliY, OL1 VEH Ol'ilC, SYLVAN US COBB, Jr., MJ63 AL COIT. WILL CARLTON. J. T. XiMJW JJUlUGt, MARK TWAIN, to. 3PI will send 'The People's Ledg et" to any address evary week tor three months, on trial, on receipt of only 50 CENTS. "Thb People's Ledger" is aa oM established and rellablo weekly pnpjr, published every Satunlay, and ! very popular throughout the M. F. and Middle Stales. AiUfress, llbRMANN K. CURTIS, Publisher, dcHMm.w ho.it School 8k, Boston. Mass. WOOD'S THEATER, itt?' FRIDAY EVENING, January 16, BENEFIT and last uiglit but one of Mr. CIIA.UJL.es POPJB, , lo the grand and sublime tragedy, SAMSON, Prodwxl with new ana beautiful scenery, mo cliiiuieal cUV-cta, ainiointiueuts, Ac Saturday ISainson Matinee. Monday next, Jot. Murphy, iu Maun-t.ru. If Pike's Opera-Hoitse. THE JUBILEE SINCERS! OF- Fisk 'University, Nashville, Tennessee, WILL give Concerts tror.t tlie Sacred Pongs of tlieir people the iollowingdaes; Jdou day Evening, January IS; Frmay hveuing, January t; tntuniay Aflernoon Matinee, Juu tiury ii. Ucncrul AUmismou. 00c.; Ueserved s-ca s, lue. 'lo bo seemed al Dobnieyer & Kcw liull'n, to W. rotirih St. UaU-St-,l,15.ll8,19,ilO,ai&3S) BED COMFORTS Having: a large lot on hand, we will offer them for ten days at A DISCOUNT OP TEN PER CENT, oft the PRESENT VERY LOW PRICES. The Mitchell & Kammelsharg Furniture Co., Nos. 107, 109, 111 and 113 YY. Fourth St. Idell-Sm.FArMj AT STKVUNS BOOK STOKE, 89 W. Fourth, botli ut wholesale aud retail, everything iu Uie trade, Iioui a Ctulopcdia lo a School I rnnor t ion! a JJauK Le.l(,'er to a Lady's Lnvelopo. Whatever you nay wuut, write to or visit llieiu. v beuever oii want am ISooks, send a list, and liny will annex Clieir prices thereMh ' lu all dpariiiients o. 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Kennedy & Co. sued hiin for ilio Sinn .rtioii f, him fur rent, and niliiciied for that sum certain chattel properly beloiiK inz to hiln. Boiore Edw. Gilliifaii, J. i for Cincinnati TownHhip. The cane is set for trial on tlie 12ih dav of February, M at 8 o elock A. Al., at ouice or a m ouoi.ee, .v .. . street. Cjueiunati, Ohio. . ...v TAINTEIt'8 X. I ATTACHMENT. Artaline Klanke, by her next friend, piaiulitt', agaiu9t W. il. Al. ftiiihoney.dei,nuaut.-m the 14th day of De wuiberflS74, F. A. Johnson, a Justice of the Peace of Cincinnati jowuBinp, i.nin.iiuu County, Ohio, issued nr. order oi altachnieut for tne sum ox cue uuuurcu uuuuid. Ji. A A lv 1 , AHurney, r.X W.lhiid St Cincinnati. January 8ib, 18U ias-8tF A (rLd J Supply Co. Uf JSSSl Hanufac.,,,- r. mm&MsSMm balers ui M ANU AI- House and sign painting, grutuing, varnishiug, polishing, kiilsoiiiiniug, papering, .lettering, staining, gilOuig, gliiy.ing. silvenug, glass staining, an alysis of colors, liarinouy, eoutrant, &c., 60 ets. 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