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THE sleighing is geed in the city, but better ou Spring Wove avenue. Onto LonnE K. of P., celebrates its 4th anniversary on Monday evening next. THE whiskey dealers are still excited over the pending tax-bill. Prime are DR. BONNER is suffering from tho er leote of a severe tail ou the lyy pave ment. ' THE water in the new reservoir has beet at fifteen feet for some days and no brealtit have ocourred. THE Cincinnati Miennerchoir gave their annual private masquerade ball at Turner Hall last night. W, H. Day businese Inanswer foi hir. John T. rtmond, who appeifs at Wood's next wee , is in the city; THE Y. M. C. A. flail was crowded last evening, on the occasion of their free concert, given by the Mozart Musical So Clay. CAPTAIN Jonxsaw is giving excellent satistaction as ecting Chief of Police, both by his excellent management of affairs and by his universal courtesy.. Jonx HUNT lived on Court street. Yes terday be threw a plate at his father's bead. Now be lives at St. John's lodging-house. MoralNeter throw plates When ehairs are plenty. THE Police drill at Expoeitien Hall yesterday afternoon was a brilliant litIO Gess. One alumired aud seventy-six pd. vates of the niglit tore. with a full com plement of officers, wore in line. Miss CLARA COLLETT. daughter of Rev. T. Collett, of St. John's M. E. Church, was last evening married to Mr. J. Roberts, of Dayton, O. A large number of guests from Dayton were present. , THE Cotnmittee appointed by the Trial teea of 'Miami University to look after the interests of that institution, has de cided to call Mr. Herbert Spetater to the oiliest of Principal Of the University at Qxford. KIERSTED, who has been visiting Memphis tor a IOW days, was escorted to the depot In that city last evening by the Memphis Chief of Police Athy, Clio! of Pollee Ring, of Vicksburg, anti Detective Pinkerton. AMUSEMENT seekers should remember the entertainment of the Shakespeare Club, given by James E. Murdoch, at Melodeon Hail. to-aight. To people el culture nothing can afford more real pleasure. Let the house be thronged. THE docket of the Police Court was re markably light this morning, and devoid of anything of interest. Only five new . and 'even continued cases were disposed of. Court was in session about fifty minutea. John Logan, charged with be ing a common thief, was the only Work- , house soutence-00 days. THE pork-packers on Wednesday de cided to relieve Mr. Maxwell from ob taining statements of their business and publishing the same in his 'text year's report, but yesterday fearing he might feel badly over it, they passed a resolu tion saying it was not because they didn't have confidence in him, but be cause there vvere other fellows at it, aud lie would thus be saved the trouble. IdEssits. RYA & Bads. claim that their wort done ou Court etreet has been un d3rmeasured, so aa to wrong them out of $6,000, and they appeal in support of this allegation to the measurement of their own Engineer as compared with that of the City Eistimating Engineer. The mat ter is being inveetigated by a special committee. NE& J. IV. MILLs, wife of the senior member of the firm of Mills, Spelinaire & Co., was very badly burned yesterday afternoon by her clothing taking lire from the fire in a grate near which she was at work upon some light dress fab ric. Her clothing was nearly all buyned off and her agonies were of the most in- , tense nature. She is still living, but Abe attending physicians give it as their Opinion that she can not survive during the ensuing twenty-lour Ileum THE Mount Auburn Washington Tea Party managers have appointed the tol lowing committees, officers, etc.: Man agers of TablesMrs. A. D. Bullock, Mrs. A. H. Hinkle, Mrs. Jason Evans, Mrs. Heury Handy Mrs. Judge lit ood tuff, Ifirs. Jethro lifitchell, Mrs. George F. Davis, Mrs. LE Thane Miller, Mrs. F. B. Reeder, Mrs. G. B. Hollister, Mrs. IL A. Holden, Mrs. W. M. Ramsey, Mrs. Adolph Wood. Decorating Committee Mrs. E. F. Noyes, Mrs. A. 14. Perry, Miss Alice McGutley, Miss Lillie Johnson, Miss Mary Lee. General Committee Mrs. Matthew Addy, Mrs. Judge Mallon. Mrs. J. L. Talbot. TreasurerMrs. Harry R. Smith. Secretary-31nd Al . phone Taft. WOOD'S THEATRIL"Kit the Arkansas Traveler', is drawing remarkably well at , this house, and Mr. Chantrau's eligage meat proves to be, in all respect a, a very successful one. Miss Nellie Pierson's performance of the dual parts of "Mary Redding" and the daughter "Agee," is very pleasing and commeudable. Mr. Cravens negro delineation is as usual perlect and very amusing. The play will be repeated this evening. , American Soddy In Roam , A correspondent writes from Rome, :an. la, as follows: The dramatic soiree given the dav before yesterday by the American scUlptor, Storey, at the Bar berimi Palace, was a charming success. Two pieces were periormed with great spiritPlanche's 'Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady" and "1795: a Prophetic Dream," by Rilosaa pseudonym adopt ed by a glinted statury and equestrian, Mme. Homer, who is witaout a rival in the hunting field after the Roman fox hounds. 1 he piece of Rilosasince such is the name was very amusing. ' The scene is laid in the British Muse 'nutria 1795, where the mummies awake and feel the necessity of making them . selves familiar with the events of tbe pc tied. The costumes were very t riginal, and well designed by air. Riehmond. The piece was preceded by an overture of the maestro Ben Trovato, another do . titious tame, behind which a talented mualcian conceals'himself. Tbe atnateur actors all deserve prairie, being Mr. Vic tor Paget, the young son of the English Embassador, a limit of twelve yeara old, whose costume was perfect, and who played his part w ith astonishing spirit anti Of-possession Miss Storey and Mrs. Lascelles, witio were warmly ap plauded, Messrs. littihmond, Sturgee, Charles Plowdens Storey, turd Don Carlo Dandle'. - - , , - MURDER Ilt .1111101' DEGRZA the Verdict in the .itttler Cos& , The crowds that have thronred' the Court room itild corridors during to-day have been greater than at any other, time during the trial., Expectation ran high early this morning, and conjecturce as to tile verdict that would be brought in were freely made. Bets were ireely offered by some of the crowd that that the jury would disagree land fail to lied a verdint. The general opinion as expressed was that the first hour was enough to determine the case and that it they would not agree in that time they could not agree at all. It was generally supposed that the jury had disagreed, or well) tumble to uutte upon a verdict owing to the tength ot time tney staid out. The charges of the Court were speoltio tO the point, and embraced and covered every circum stance that could be taken into eoneld eration. It was trot then probable or even poseible that the jury fulled to readily understaild them. These conclusions, however, wore all at limit. About 11 o'ciock word was received that the jury hid agreed upon a verdict and were ready to report. The prisouer was lu the Court-rootn at the time. When the announcement was made be turned a trifle paler and caught his breath in a quick, convulsive manner, but managed to obtain his self-control in a degree Wore the jury lu charge of the Deputy came in. When the jury entered, the silence of death reigned in the room, white was not broken until the Clerk asked wheth er the jury had agreed upon a verdict. terenien reptjed Mkt they had found thd weenie?, George Raper, guilty of murder in tile MIA degree, as charged lu the indictment. ' Thie result was eviderrtly unexpected by t be prisoner, whose former demeanor had no doubt been caused by suspense rather thau fear. Ile started violently , and turned deathly pale, and looked auout him in a tremulous and agitated manner. , , Ills eyes grew wild and almost fierce in their look. and it WILE3 lotted ueoeseary to slipper', hint on his, feet when taking him Gut of the Court-room end batik to his coil. Locked up in his cell in the Comity Jail, he refused to talk to our reporter, any more than to declare that he was an innocent man, who land been made to stiller for others crimes. Ile is evidently in that condition, how ever, wherirthe tiuth will realiy be toned Irma him by his terrible situa tion and the kuowledge of his coming doom., under the legislative enactment passed yeterday, prohibiting more thiin one trial in criminal oases, there le but little belie of the present vertliet being set aside. It is liot probable however that Rufer or his counsel entertain any serious idea of another trial being granted to him. There were live bellow takeu in the jury-room alter retirement tor consulta tion. The first stood seven tor neirder in tue first degree, four for murder an the second degree and one blank. The next ballot stood eight for a ver dict of murder in the liret degree and lour for the second degree. In each of the next two ballots the majority gained one, and in the fifth and last ballot two, which made the twelve votes and se cured the verdict. - The Doctor Jim lioch investivatioh The Committee of Investigation into the Dr. Had lock case la eomplianee with Mr. TWOS' request, held another meet ing yesterday intim office ot the Board of Health.. The testimony taken was that of Messrs. Reibetz, Taxis, Heister, Voege ler, Ott, Fratz, Wilson and Had lock him Self. Mr. Taxis testified that he had taken up several ' prescriptions. Mr. Keibetz stated he bad been in Mr. TaXile eni-! ploy now tor ten years; during that time Dr. Hadlock had never offered hint O. D. P. prescriptions in the payment for ar ticles tor bis own use, out if the state ment ol you (Dr. Hadlock) giviug a dif (event preseription than the medicine gotten is mei Mr. Taxis tore them ,up; I sawliitn; never sent teem to the city for payment. Mr. L. Heister testified about the 'same as published heretofore. Dr. liadlock also made his oft repeated vindicative statement again. Mr. Voegeler stated that Mr. Heister at (nib time in Fratz's store said that id r. Taxis had torn up the prescriptions. Henry Heister, brotiar of Lewis, testified that he knew these things were going on in Mr. Taxis store. That, he (Dr. Hadlock) got eigars and whisky last summer and paid Ito-there with O. D. P. prescriptions, which Mr. Keibetz took. Keibetz at one time told my brother that such things would got Mr. Taxis into trouble. Mr. Ott testified that be knew that, these things occurred in Mr. Taxis, store; was in there when tbey occurred; never saw him tear up mice prescrip tions; beard Keibetz say to Lew Heisler that it would get Taxis iuto trouble; remember that Mr. Taxis re marked about it once "Oh, never mind, it won't last Jong; vfl not appoint him again ;" have seen Dr. Hadlock get cigars anti write a prescription, and say, ,,Lew, I goes thid will cover it." After a few more immaterial state ments made by witnesses, the Committee adjourned to take the matter under adViselnent. the 'colored laborer Is Indispensable tO Southern prosperity, and the white peo pie underetand this. Why is it, then, that every provocation ia resentedupen the poor colored intople? "It Is because their former masters have not forgotten the days of slavery, because be can not bear to see those who were once slaves now free, and exercis ing the rights of citizenship. There is the rub, and therefore the colored man will need protection until the white peo ple become reconciled to liberty and re construction. If this is denied, great suf fering Will fall on them, and great injury will result to the South, and Iresh disaster may come to the whole country. Tile Injuries Inflicted on the colored people of the ,Sout since the war will make a dark and bloody page of history of which no American will be proud. I would rather not dwell upon It now; let us rather look to the vomit and try to stop the flow of blood. "Let us appeal to the people of the country, North and South. to agree at Weston Wig that the olanghter of inno cent colored' people intuit be stopped. Every man killed is a loss to the country. Every laborer driven trom the field le a reduction of crops and profit, and a loss. of property to the country, and especially to the South. "What would have become of the South since thewar if freedmen bad not been there to raise the great cotton crop that have brought the South and ber white land-holders up from the condi tion of destiunion they were in to the emnparative prosperity they now enjoy? What wouid have beeome of the Nation, financially, without the cotton crop tor exportation? This continued violence against tho colored man is an attack up On the prosperity of the.South and el the country. 61t Wips capital and enterprise out of the South. Louisiana ought to be, as she is by nature. one of the richest States in the Union, but look at her now, with her fields abandoned, her great city of South ern and Westeru cummerco sitting idle, while the river alinually bieaking through negleeteelevees, desohites one ot the richest valleys iu the world. "If the planters of Louisiana could stop killing their own tenants, whose labor supports them, long enough to re build their levees and reclaim their plantations it would be worth millions to them wattle country. If violence pre veils la Louisiana and elsewhere it may become a fixed condition, and IL may then spread and Involve the whole Soutn, and paralyze the prosperity of that see Lion, and tho whole country. Already thousands of laboring people' are driven from their houses or lands they have cleared and cultivated, and there Is no telling where Buell things may mid." Mortuary Record. ' Wal. S. McGinnis, 21 years, variola. t has. alutseitier, LO ears. variela. Mary Iteiring, 1 week, premature birth. Sarah It. Nen hail. aa yt. ars, tumor of brain. Vnt. Schrum', 2 years, meningitis. W. J. iterbers, 5 w,eks, erysipelas. A atm Graham, 78 years, old age. 1110el Bakewel 20 years, dysentery. Infant Klatittp, stillborn. Mrs. J. R. Bisholi, aged 02 years, pneumonia. Win. J. Farnham. aged 14 mouths, meningt tis. FAL Corry, aged 14 years, paralysis. Rosales gtable, aged 4 weeks, convulsions. Wm. W eller, aged 4, years, piithisis, Infant Cons ley. stillborn. Wm. Homan, alias Worth, aged 28 yenta, hemorrhage. Wm. hank, aged months, convulsions. Maria l'ettkriger, aged ik) years, lallaullua thin of liver. rederik a Wienes, aged 56 years, enteritis. John ruthoff, aged lb 111011tii14, John L. eastericamp, aged 6 weeks, broil. chats. 2he Weekly blur. The current number Rho WEEKLY STAR 1101V ready, contains the latest news by telegraph, a suinmary of the news ot the past week, Congressional and Legislative matters, and leading edi torials on The Future of Labor. The Pa , trolls and the Lawyers, Toe Washington ' of Italy, Reform of the District School, ...Religious Trouble in Brazil, The Finan cial Triumph of France, Tea and Coffee to the Rescue, More Gigantio Villainy, itc., also; Book and Magazine Review, Religious Intelligence, Interesting Ste ries, Odds and Ends, Humorous. Gossip Personals, The Tilton-Beecher Suit, Cor respondence Poetry...Local and Subur ban Ilona L'iterary Scientgc and Agri cultural Raeading, Financial and Market RepoM &a. itc. Price 4tc. Wrappers ready for mailing. ROBL ORR & 115 W. Sitth St, South Side, len Rao, Are selling FiRsT.CLA SS OYSTERS In cans, Imp. and by the gallon, quart or Out, at HARD-TIME PRICES. Also, all the De Ilea cics of the .10;N NY TRIBE," caught in the Lakes and Rivers of the North and Atlantic Ocean. Igar Grocers and Daily Market men will do weii to call before purchasing 06ewhere. Vq37A asKirtment constantly on band. Shipping orders tilled at lowest market rawb. 11013T. Onn Sz, CO., 116 11. Sixth St., South Side, Near Race. Orders solicited and promptly filled, guaran teelog to our patrons the benelit of our lowest oleos. tob12-1t Colonel Ito bort Barton's Speseh. The following from Col, Harlan's ex cellent speech, is worthy the careful consideration of all thinking people. "The causes which have brought us to gether should be paintul to the heart of every lover of Ws country. The most aerious problem now confronting the people of the United Sfates is the pres ervation of order in the South. The con dition Utile, people of Lettialana and some other parte of the South presents a ques tion more important than any mere partisan consideration or any question of relative privileges or advantages as citizens. It is a question of life ordeath; our race is suppliont at tbe feet of the Nation, asking the American people tor protection from lawless violence. They. ask for the first natural rights, the rights to HY for protection against proscription, perseetition, wounding and death. NV hatever may be the other facts; whatever may be the legal power of the National Government, or the character el those controlling the State Govern ment, dispute as you may about theme things. it Can not be denied that the col ored people are I lie sufferersthe inno cent, helpless sufferers at the hands of violence.. Whenever and whatever quar rels arise, whoever is to blame when it comes to blows, the poor, defenseless col ored man and his innocent family must bear the burden of suffering, starvation, Woodshed and death. Why is this? If the -white people of the South are. wronged and provoked bv bad government; ii it is true that they are excited to deeds of blood by tho ras cality of carpet-baggers, why don't they visit their anger upon those who exclie it? If they are robbed and oppressed by Men in authority. why don't they titri'ie such men? Why, lieu thus proNoked, do thev fall back and attack the poor colored men? It can not be. want M. courage. tor the Southern people have proVed thettiseives brave to-a !atilt- It .etin not be the dietate of self-interest. for 4:3- W HARMS', Manufacturer oI Mattresses and I3edding A ND DEALER IN WOVEN WIRE AND -1 ail the Now style Spring Ded Bottoms, No. ists W. Fifth at, Cincinnati O. tic41-1y1,MAW New, Departxpre 0,M 1.) P P P A. it , MAN UFACTURER OF Saddles Harness, Collars, &e., No. 30 East Filth St., de1S-ly,F,M CINCINNATI, O. CI-A-L4rr II4C) U S Ititx-Z Per Day! , Sixth and Main Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. II UM & CRAWFORD, late of the Hum. met Louse, having purchased the Galt liouse, beg leave to announce to the old pa tmns of both halms that i hey are refurnishing and refitting the Galt 'louse in good style, Ikea ale determined to make it the b st Hotel in the city for the money. ja22-1m,V,M&W T EGAL.--To Elizabeth Owen whose placeof .11,4 residence is unknown. bile believed to be Liverpool, England, is notided thatJohn Owen did, on the lith day of February, 1815 le his petition in the 01)tem tt the Clerk of the Court of CO111111011 Pleas, within and for the county of Hamilton, State of Ohio. charging the said Elizabeth Owen with adultery with one Radi ant rimy, awl others, and desertion and wid th! absence for more than three years last past, and a-king that lie may be divorced from said Elizabeth Owen, Vii lielk pi Sidon will be for how lug on awl:1th dity.of March, 1576. Dated this l2tii day of February it,46. JOBli OWEN. D. firitrultEve; his Attorney. tob12-0tV )A INTER'S 1;1 AN UALDouse ano sign -1 l'alutilig graining. varniAing, polishing, illsoinining, pa i.eri lettorieg. staining, gilding, glazing, silvering, g:ass staining, auuty,-is ot colors, herincuy, contrast, etc., JO as. hook of A linialiets, SO. Semite aad Orna ments, CI. tarpenter's biennia, 50. Watch maker and Jeweler 60. Soap-maker's, 25. Lightning Calculator, 2;). Hunter and Trap per's Guide, 20. Of booksellers, or by mail. 4 LIAN & CO.. 110 Naatiau AL. 24. X. ttig1-81111 ritOrESSIONAL. :Homeopathie Physielana, DR. O. Ws LOUISTSBVItY, Residence and Office, 8. W. Car. Seventh anti 31ettml ets. Oak Iloure-8 to 10 À. AL; V to P AL; O,;i to 8 P. M. Drs. SLOSSON a BRONSON, N. E. Cor. Eighth sod Bta. Mee lioursFroni lh to 10 A. 11,1 to and AtobP.M. tiferr Ophthalmic and Aura Institute, for diseases of the Eyti and Ear. coriler Itiound and coventh streets. burgeon in Charge M. P. 'WILSON, M. IX Dr. C. CROPPER, Homeopathist, , 191 Vine Streot.' Office noursFroin b to 10 it. snd to V P. IS1. W At. 0 W N S, 3.1. 3D., 13. W. Con Seventh and John Ste. Office HoareFrom to A. M., 1 to 8 and fitosP.M. Dr. Elmira. -Y. toward,. DISkIASES OF WoMEN.3 - No. 22 Barr street, Ono toilet O. Office boors, V to 12. lebteely 1)r ,liato M. Goss, DISEASES OF WOMEN JED CHILDREN, No. 279 West Seventh et., near John. Mee hours, 9 to 12, and 2:90 to1.. teb12-ty Drts. MICK Sz., CLIANIE, MS Ram St., Cincinnati, O. At Domo-8 to 9 A. 3f., 1 to 8 and to 8 P. 3,c Drs. liolcontho & Bekwith, 143 West Fourth St. Oilico HoursDr. Holcombe: 8 to 10 A. 34. and 8 to 4 P. M. Dr. Beckwith: 10 to 12 A. 3L and ft 8 P. M. Joint Hours: 10 to 11 A. M. Dr. W. G. PEINDEILIC, 0111ce, No. 247 Sovonth Street. Mee Ifouralerom 1 to 8 A. M., 1 to 2 P. M. and 1 to 9 P. M. Residence, liOlitkhniond Drs. Bradford & McChesney, 170 Weal: Fourth Strcet, OFFICE HOURS: FROM 10 A. M. TO 4 P. 31. Dr. T. C. itradford at home from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Dr. A. C. McChesney at home from 1 to 4 is HU de12-ly Dentists?. Dit. .1. TAFT, Dentist, EDITOR DENTAL REGISTER, 117 West Irourth Stre. et, de14-ly CINCINNATI. O. W. W. 'WOODWARD, Ded st, NTinlelitnittlytilt.ho.Street, bet. Vine ittildatacein. Dentist, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE: detiO4m No. 118 W. Seventh St. H. It. SMITH, M. D., Dentist, No. SO wusr SEVENTII ST. - Agtornrva Oi B. Attorney at Law, No. U30 Walnut Street. 3. CRAPISIIY9 ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE : IMO WALNUT FL II11,11SIVY A..' ILIILIEY, Attorney and eouneeltor at Law, No. 21 Park Row, New York. legr-Collection" promptly made In An parta of too East, deettf pRoBLEN How to Prol)are tho delicious beverage of Sea or toffee! SOLVED --By the use of our distilling tes aud coffee potst or our blicetro Silver Urns witi removanto Bub's! of solid porcelaia. MAANINt.i, 140111148uN 4,0q ja22-lin,nrm 64 Fountain Square. 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AT STEVENS' BOOgSTORE ! Fourth St. (next to St, Paul's.) Thermometers. variety of styles. The most reliable laetroulents, Diaries. A Large Assortment. Prices Marked Down. IFOALCourt of Common Pleas for Ham L ton ,county--Illailts Mertz vs. Adolph rciirtz--Nn, 45,584. The above named Adolph Mertz will take notice that on Saturday, Feb ruary 6, MTh, the said Maria Mertz 1141e4 her petition in said (mita against him; that the, substancAl of said petition is that the said par ties were lawfully married in Switzerland, and that in July, 1811, the said defendant did desert said plaintiff, and ha remained wilfully ab. sent howl her ever since; that said defendant is a non-residentof said county, and the pre or of aid petition le for divorce and other relief., MA it IA E UTZ. GORDON STOUR, Attorneys. feb12-4tr l; EGAL.fitate of Ohio, Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas-.-East End !habi Association, No.2, of OilMln against Francis J. Diss, Esther Dies, IL B.. Piers On, Andrew Davis sodaAura Davis, his wile, DefendantsCase No. 48,556.The de-, Jendants, Andrew Davis and Laura Davis, h s wife, non-residents of the State of Obio, will take notice that said East End Building Asso-' elation, No. 2. of Cincinnati, did on the 18,h, day of April, A. D.1814. file its originnl peti tion, and did tithe 28d day of December, A. D. iiie its amended petition in stile case, in sant Court,- against them' the ohloct and pruyer of said lutaon is to' foreolose a MOr6- gue againot said defendants on the following I deeeribeil premises, viz: being parts of lots Nos. 17 and lti of Clinton's subdivision made by John Burgoyne, situate in the southeast eor nes of section 16, town 8, fractioual range:, kiiicreek township. county of lianniton, State of Ohio; beginning at a point in the south line of said BettiOn 16 three chaina anti four hilts westwardly tom the southeast cos ter of mild section at a stake; thence north 28 'deg. 07 min. E. 8.68 chains to a stake; thence north 66 deg. 58 min. west 2.60 chains toe stake; thence south 86 deg 06 min. Ivest 4.04 chains to a stake; thenee south i5 deg. 85 min. E. Lit chains to a Stak0 in section hue' thenee along ' section nue south 6'9 deg. 17 mio.1E. 8.02 chains 1 to place of beginning, eontaining one and I one-third sores of land, heing the same' premises conveyed to F. J. Dios by Andrew Duets, by deed. reoorded May 1861100K ak8, page 141, Hamilton County Become. Also, the following deseribed real estate, viz: Beginning at the northeast comer of George t,aruenter's lot, in the center ol Llinton avenue; thence eastwardiv along the miter of Clinton avenue, suuth 411 deg. 56 min. east 110.24 feet, eouth 84 deg. 57 min. eamt 24.28 feet to the nortbwest writer of John Smith's now owned hy J. Diss; thence south 28 deg. 01 min. W.18.) feet, to a corner of the lot here tofore conveyed by Andrew Davis to F. J. Dies; thence South 66 deg. 58 min. west 1131,8 to maid George Carnenter's east line; thence with said east line ninth 86 deg. 06 min. east 222.4 feet to place ot beginning, containing 66-100 of an acre. being the buill0 pi faunae heretoihre conveyed to J. Diss by Andrew Davis, by deed retorded December zist, A. D. 1868 Book 861, page 850, Hamilton County Itecords. Also, the following real estate, commencing in the center et Burnett 'avenue and rutin lug thence at right atlidell with said avenue with , said weetwitrilly along tue south line of said I section 16, 229 82-100 feet to the southeast cur ner of .otaid first above described lot; thence 1 northwardly along the line of eltd Iota herein described to the center of Clinton avenue 481,' 9-100 feet; theno eastwardly along the center of Clinton avenue 1,6 feet. more or less. to the 1 center of Burnett ilitelnie; thence soutilwat dly along, the center of leaflets 6Venile 8:4 2-10 feet to place of beginning, containing one acre' of ground, ht ing the same premises conveyed 1 to F. J. Dies by John hmith. by deed rotorded iu Book 854, page z70, 111411111Lull Wunty Rec ords. That saki defendants are hereby notified that , they are required to answer or demur to said i petition on or bemire the :.0th day of March, A. i D. 1671, or a judgment and becree tor sale of said premises and forecl,suse of said tnortgage on said premises will be taken as against them.. JOHN A. T KlItiBLE; ja22-elF Attorney for Plaintiff. 293. John ii1. Wiltsee, 295. TINDIALTAIKEILZ, Nos. 293 AND 296 WEST SIXTH STREET Mr. Witteee la assisted by bla two sone, and clerk. one of whom eau always biound at the calico NIGI1T Ot DAY. mh3-1v Monuments u S'peetialty AMERICAN' GRANITES. fdPORTER of Fenteh Granite Monuments. 1. ant) tomMutry from Judy. ALFRED WHIT& : ðell-ly OM, 263,150 and in W. Fifth et. Cindunati Type Foundry Co., ! 0. WELLS, Treasurer, NO Yin STREET. - , !tarn() tyPe for this Ram comes trout this touodry AIVECTSEMBN TS. WOOD'S THEATER.. 4s Vaintague Ir.14 FRIDAY KVENINO, February 12, last nthlit but one of the populal Character Actor, MR. V. S. eitANFILAU, Ai KIT KEDDING, in hie original Americas drama, KIT; Or, Tholvkansas Traveler. Fawn lay, at 2 o'cloalt, "kir' MATINEE. Monday. Feb. it, Julia Itayaanal aa Ga. 64311011 1 t SHAKESPEARE CLUE JAMES E. MURDOCH TO-NIG-IITs, FRIDAY EVENING, February Reminiscences of Booth, Ma. cready, etc., etc. Tickets 60 wigs. For sale at Robert Clarke SS Co. awl at tee door. AlEWDEON IIALL,:"Fourth and Walnut. 91.1. EXHIBITIONGEN VIRAL HOOKER'S Great Picture of the Battle of LookoniS wintain will oontinue for a short time only, . at WiswelPs Art Gallery, 10 West Fourits street, opposite Pike's Opera-house. This Is the onlv great picture of a Wmtert battle won by Western sololurs, anti this will no its only ekilibition in tins part of the emu try. . Doors open fmin 0 A. M. to 9 P. M. Annut tamm, 25 cents. . fele-St GILMORE. PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSEs Tuesday & Wednesday Evenings, 23ct csoid 24k -- TWO GRAND CONCERTS -BY- GILMORE'S FAMOUS 22traegiment Band -ANDGrand Concert Organization OP NEW YORK, INCLUDING MISS EMMA, C. THURSBY, A young and charming Prima Donna of extra ortimary inimical ability. Mr. M. ARBUCKLE, . The famous Comet Player, Mr. E. A. LEFEBRE, -The oelebrated bazophone Anil gegen' other eminent soloists. under the direction of Mr. P. S. Gilmore, rrojeeter and fieneral Diree.or et Um GREAT MUSICAL ellIBIIEES. The following programmes, comprisidg theiee seleetions from the works of the great masters, will be performed: TUE DAT EVENING. ll'iltaillAMME: PART'. Weber I. Overture, 00beron," tido.coe's Band. Sedo ler Saxophone, leantasie Lei ebro Mr. E. A. Lefebre. 8. Invitation a la Douse, (Concert Valse Bantu), ..Weber Gliwice's Band. 4. Air and Vartations for Voire Proeh Aliso Ennna C. Thursby. 11, Yid:taste, l'rovhete" Aleyerbedr , tildnere's Band. PART 8. Overture, "Der Freniehutz." Weber Gihnortes Baud. 7. Bolo for Comet, "Air and V ariations," Berio4 Mr. M. Arbuckle. 8. Grand Selection, Mi4111113 of the Operas" Mozart ilmore's Band. 9. Echo Song, with Flute Obigato Bishop Anse Emma C. Thursby. (The Flute obligate played by Air. Urania.) 10. nehiller "Festival Marob," Me) erbeer Glimere'ealanti. WEDNESDAY EVENING. illOGUAltiktE: ' PART Overture, olatinhausor," Wagner - G ismure's Aland. & Bolo for !Saxophone. "Norma frantaato,11 Mr. E. A. Le Mitre. , 8. Ogsnd Selection, Lobengrin," Wagner Gillum e's Menu. a Aria, from the Creation, "With Verdure Mayan Miss Emma C. Thursby. , 6. Paraphrase) tie Concert, ...Loney," ,Nesvadha Gilmore's Band. PART ti. 6. Overhire, "William 'Pell," Rossini tithuore's Mend. Bolo for Cornet, "si tu iSatvais," Bane - Mr. M. Arbuckle. - 8. Divertimento, on Airs from the Oner&S, .1doyerbeer Gilmore's Band. 9. Air and Valise' for Vole Rode Emma C. 10. Overture, on Themes) from the Operas of Mozart., Suppe Gliwore's Band. -- CONDUCTOR P. t4. GILMORE). ICKET8, ONE DOLLAR.. including re served scat. For sale at thurtilita allude Mom. NOTICE.--The hand is now making o tour of the principal Eastern and Western ales. eta their way to Louisville, Ky., to 1111 an engager men t in the latter city ou the 27lb of Pobinary, in aid of tho Public Library of Kentucky. tielii-igt-itA4-114 A DMINliTRATIONNotiee is hereby given I. that the undersigned ints been nOP0.111,04 end qualiadd administrator ue bonis non of the estate of Jacob SebneiLer, late of Mimi iton entity, Lthio. deceased. GOTTLIEB RERNEN. ANNt tterney. Citiou4NATI, February 11, 187.5. 101)12-81 - -DOAD NOTICE.--Notice is hereby given jt that a petition will be presenlui to the t.,onitidesionars of liatailton County, at their next sossion. to be held on the first MON DA r in March, A. D. 167S, praying for the vaostion co so much of the road leading front a point on the west bank of the Little Anatol 'liver, on the farm of John Zunistein, in Spumes Town ship, to the Madisonville & Camaro turnpike as hes east of the read leading front tbe Indian Ripple to Montauk, for tho reason that the construction of the same bus been abandoned, and the Battle has become useless to the publics JOHN ZOM611.1ti AND tailLits, fe5-4t,LP , Petitioners. ' WTOTICE.--Cyrus 31. Williams and Mary t 111 Williams. his wife, and Autry S. Gliding. residents of the State of New York, are hereby notified that Oa the 22d day of Jilintartr, Elisha W..a.ndt.ews, tiled. in the tderk'a dice of the Court of Common Pleats of lialuiltott Comity his petition praying tor the foreclosure of a mortgage mute by C. M. W Matins and wife to Itary Williatas, aud assigned to plaintiff upon the following real estate in said county, viz: litoeks Nos. ta and ati. hi the United States Bane babdivision of lots,' front mg each thtrty feet on the Mara Side Or Eighth street,. between Broadway and street and extending back northwardly to the Canal Basin and. tne same premises eon,. etwitt to said 'Cyrus M. Withauts by Chu Williams by deeti recorded in Book page 2b4. of the lianditon County Records. bald mortgage was given tO Secure a mote for the Sine of five thou and dollen dated July la, INV; pay able one year after date, with seven. per cent intereet. Plaintiff einnns a Mimeo for ;5,01.0 mid 'oven per tient. interest from Jolt, tit lbth MI. anti also for the sum paid to rwition sa,d p, peaty, from the Baia 01 and for toe taxes paid thereon. liefeudants are required to answer oft or bos tore the Wit& day, of March, 11576. .. tAti.LINS & IIERRON A t tortioya for CINOISNA'fl. Jan. 22. 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