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A WATER FIFE burst at the corner of Tine street and klamilton Road, ;ester day afternoon. . . THE Board cif Councilmen meets next Monday; the Board Of Ali lerMea next 'Wednesday. t ' . , , THE miirriage of Miss Ella T. Epp ly to dr. H. J. Hoover ia announced for the 241h inst. at St. Paul's M. E. Church. COUNCILIHIN PORTER, WhO lost his robe night before last, recovered it yes terday titrough Col. Suelbaker'e means. THE ordinances to estaialish the grade of Nixon street and Lickrun pike was passed in the Board of Aldermen yester day. THE time for receiving bids for che m1-1 cal engines was extended to the 21st, by the Board of-Fire Commissioners, yes terday. - A PETITIONWSS tend ill the Board of Fire Conimissionere fór the reinstate ment of D. IL Miller as Captain of N q, 10. . . . PEor. SHEPPARD, of the Chicago Uni versity, delivers a vourse of leetureit ItHd readings at lit. Auburn Institute next week. . 1 . SEvicitAL petitions of wants were or. dered tiled by the Board of Fire Com missioners. and bills amounting to $82 50 were ordered tiled. BUFFALO BILL and Kit Carson, jr., weie on the streets yesterday and to-day in their trappers' costume and attracted a large shake of attention. lit the Board of Fire Commissioners yesterday, bilis amounting to $2,063.65 wit ordered paid. This butu does not include the weekly pay-roll. THE revival meetings are still in pro gresii at the 'Central Christian church, tlie Rev. H. W. Everest having consented to remain a few days longer. THE hop to be given by the police force tor the relief of the family of tbe late Captain Farrell will probably be held on the tat of April, in Exposition Halt. THE exhibition of drawings at thO Me chanics' Institute School of Design closes to-night. No one Who has not seeu these drawings should tail to do so. MR- JGD. BARNES, Assistant Chief of the St. Louis 'Fire Department, arrived in the city yesterday aiternoon and wtil spend a snort time inspecting out Fitti Department. AN upright boiler exploded at 44 Elm street yesterday, hurting no one bat do ing about $400 worth of damage. The end of the boiler. was forced entirely through the roof. THE marriage of Mr. CLL. Bowman, of the City W ater-works, to Miss Lou. Y a lma, is announced. Tne friends of Mr, llowman are to-day extending hearty congratulations to him. Iiiragniso lot the Friendly Sone of St. Patrick at heir' hall, 114 West Fourth street, at 8 o'clock this evenlog, tor the distribution of tickets and tranisaction of other important business.. - Miss V. NIETERT was the recepient yesterday ot a beautiful and most artisti cally wrought fruit card basket frau her sister, Kiss ERMA Nietert, in commemo. ration of tier twentietn birth-day. ' ' DE. Ju Lite Wm, nominated for School Trtistee in the Fifteenth Ward, is a yoting physician of education and stand ing, who wilt make a good official. , It twill take a strong man to defeat him. ErunArm DixoN pleaded not guilty Ibis morning in the Police Court to the charge of stealing au express wagon val ued at $30, from one John Logan. BIS ease was continued till next Tuesday. Bonds, $200. ONE ot the lamp-posts in front of the Grand Rotel was broken oft by a baggage-wagon backing against it last even ing, and falling, across the sidewalk smashed the plate-glass window oppo site to atoms. Junoit STORER and other prominent laymeu are expected to deliver brief ad dresses at St. John's Church, Seventh and Plum, where thethird of the series of mission services will be held at three o'clock to-morrow afternoon. IN the Board of Fire Commissioners Chief Megrue and Mr. Weber were ap pointed to -contract with C. Abrons & Co. for a new engine at $4,500, providing that he take the two old engines of No. 7 and 10 for part pay, at $1,10U. CHARLES NiguAuS, Frank Gérteson end Albert Berm, three of the bloods, engaged in a lively row at a cooper shop raear the Mohawk Bridge, and lor hurt ling bricks at the beads a the employes of the shop were lined $25 and costa each du the Police Court this morning. THE contract to construct Street Rail Toad Route. No. 13 was awarded to Dr. A. E. Jones, in the Board of Aldermen yesteiday. The contract must now re. k!eive the-concurrence of Council in or der to Mt the obligation ot the city. JOHN MARSHALL, alias "MOce118111 ;she, was arrested yesterday by Oiliest Mead tor steaiing a pair of shoes irom usiathan's shoe storeion Central avenue, and was convicted in the Police Court this morning of the charge. Thirty days and $2.5. Law HUNT, of Covington, Ind., was elraiidenced out ot $45 yesterday after inoon at the 1., C. & L. depot. The game wee the same old and successful oue, that ot borrowing money and giving pre tended gold coin as sectirity foribe 4oan. N o arrests. , THE Fire Department is in need of the cleaning ot the vault of Engine-house o. 4, repairing ot Engine No.8, oats tor og.1, 8, 16, and 10; a chair for Engine ouse No. 8, three miles compound tele graph wire, and a railling and counter at the,,,t; blot's. Mee. . i , EH. KEOGAN, a young man,was arrest td yesterday at Mat. Ryan's pork-house tor taking it horse and buggy from a &itching-post, and on being arraigned in Abe Police Court this morning was bound isiver to the (fraud Jury. Ili default of $200-he was committed. '. JOHN GABEL, in the Police Court this planing pleaded not guilty to a charge lof stealing from Mr. Porter's buggy a !buffalo robe worth Wit. The Judge, how 'ever, deemed him guilty, and sentenced hill. to thirty days in the Work-house and ti pay a line ot $200, . THE following transfers were con tirmed at the Board of Fire Commis Wooers' meeting yesterday: Ephraim Stewart', from No. 1 to No. 10; Jai. Mad. alock, trom No- 10 to No. 1; John Wilson and Henry Spiltmieir, Iran pipemen to Captains, in their reepective Cotnponies; and,Charies Gilman, from the telegraph office toNo. 14. - .. - , ftEraligu!O tn the Voile? Uourt.this.olorn-1 nreet, Debweeq rium woe' pr!tt t,guLri4 I C4 , VW. u'reav Jropular oaae a vs, our, 1 Last TWO 1.0.11onnaneet8 , , - - ete911,31.4, twostQrs frame, frgra I illit7-10-4;.:.. ...... atituv ,au :11:31st.u.ws.1 as Lauv.AkTkru,A11:27,2117.411::ijUittaylWaio .. 1 Irel.Attytt lor ulo&. I 011b74, toti-et,f1 , , - . . Wm. ilairroN was arrested yester day on a warrant for steatleg a pair of boots, a sli:ver watch and some money, amounting in all to SA from a saloon& keeper named Charley Itedman. He was arraigned In the police Court this morn ing, and wit; materialize'on the seatence of 30 days and a line of $20.0.. , Rim D. H. Mooan conducted tbe union !prayer meeting in Association bell to day at noon. This evening a union young people's prayer meeting will he held, conducted by Rev. E. McHugh., To-morrow at 4:30 P. al. tbe conversa tional Bible class of the Association will be held, and at MO o'clock a goapel meet !lug will be held la the ball. Tax election of officers of the Thalia Dramatic Assoclatiou, held last night, rebutted in' the following choice: Prefil;1 dent, A. Dayis; Vice President, J. llen chicks; Secretary and Treasurer, 1.1 Smith; Stage Manager, Patrick Tully ! Committee on Cast, J. DeRose, A. O. W. Whitford and Alias A. Long; Uusteeai J. Reynolds, J. Hendricks and IL ! MR. JAMES SmITEI insists that fraud was used in counting the votes in the Convention on Thursdity, aud that he really received 147 Ýotesenotigh to nolitò incite Min ta the oillee for which hi was seeking, that of City Treaeurer; To make sure of the matter he has secured the affidavits ol several men ifho counted the votes awl who agree to tha atm ber. AIRS. Allsatcx walked home from the' St. Jobu'e Methouist Church spelling niatch last eveuing with a brae W abridged dictionary under her arta,bay-. Ina won it at the spelling mateh by spell ing down all those present. Air. Swei-' gart was her last opponent on the floor, add the contest was a liery warm and enthusiastic cue, The eveuing's enter tainment MUD a decided succese in every Particular. ' IN the ClitePs dice a pair of sleeve buttons and a pipe are awaitiug identifi cation. Tbe pipe is a plain meerschaum with a straight amber mouth-plece, slightly colored, and has been in 'nee. The sleeve-buttons are qf brass. with a stone representing a square tower upou a large rock. Any in formatiou of owner ship to these articles Is requested to be lett with Colonel Snelbaker. Tux following ordinances tO appropri ate were passed in the Board ot Alder men yesterday: $226 17 from General Fund in favor of Boyle and. Boulger to pay ..a Judgment obtained against the city; $2,02 trom General Fund for in dexing dedication of atreets and alleys; $2,8e3 44 from General Fund to pay assess ! nient of Henry Pearce' on Lane street; $425 from General Fund tor opening Baud alley. The ordinances were passed. Tux lolleWing ordinances to appropri ate money were passed in the Board of Aldermen yesterday: $1,300 from the General Fund to pay Leila Fichter for damages, by reason of the, change of grade ot Browne street; WOO pay Ed mund Murphy for damages by reason of the Change ot grade ot Montgomery road; 4230 tram the General Fluid to pay Dan iel Clifford for damages by reason of the change of grade of Martin street; $100 from the General Fund to pay Gerhard Kamp' for- damages by reason of ever flow. A GRAND spelling match Is to come off at Pixe's for the benefit of the Y. Al. C. A. The proscenium boxes have been en, gaged by 1dr. John Shillito and Air. Elli ott H. Pendleton for the ()evasion. The following well-known gentlemen will en ter the list for spelling hpuors Hon. G. W. C. Johnston, Hon. M. B. Bagans, Hon. Judge Cox, Hon. Jos. H. Barrett, Rev. D. 11. Bram, Rev. -D. W, Rhodes, Col. Lewis Weitzel, Chas. F. Wilataph, :Wm. 4. DaViti, A. A. Clerks Gee, E. Revolt. Stephen Coles, L. C.1Weir, M. S. Glenn 11. F. Thompson, N.B. Jones, C. W. Ito'wland, Wm. J. Arnie!, 'Wm. M unarm, George, W. Fackler, Jos. 'W. Wilshire, Wm. J Breed.; Charles B. Wilby; E. P. Bradstreet, Saninel Reid, Wm. Alean,ti Col. O. H. bleffroy C. W. Rhodes, P. H. Burt, A. Id. Burt. Et. Worthington C. W. Cole,- Geo. R. Sage, Thornton 31.9 Hinkle, Owen Owens, W. E. Cochran; J. 11. Cheever, O. N. Busb, Clement Othaber, Abner L.-Frazer, Geo.1 W. Ward, Capt. C. M.' Holloway.. A. P.! Kern, C. H. Gould, Geo. W.Jones, Jacob b. Burnet, John E. Hatch,-Junies B. Wh om, Hobert Simpson Mom E. le. Noyes, Major Lloyd, Si. P. Covington, IL Stoller, E. S. Throop. J. W. Warring ton, Jabez M. Waters, How Ozro J. Dodds, Joseph. Kinsey, W. S. Capeller, F. W. Dunham. Judge Tapie willnro neunce the words from Webster's Una bridged.. The Newport Barracks' Band is to turnisb music. Street, Cloqn4ng ' The report of tbe Street-cleaning De partment of 1871 nos been issued in neat pamphlet form. The following extracts show the result ot the year,e work: The tete' amount placed. to the credit ot the Street-cleaning Departmeut dur ing the year was $137,185 SO, viz: Taxes and borrowed money, $128,196 90, and re ceipts for extra 'hauling, sale of scrap, fills made anff paid for, sale of manure, horses, repairing tools and keeping offi cers, norses, 8,98$ 90.. The total expen ditures amonnted to $188,861 08, corn poled of the following items: Debt in. eurred previous to the beginning of the year 1874 and paid this year 811,205 99; tor pay-rolle, 104,300 56; to 1. W. lintel). en, by order of Council, $572; salary of Superintendent, $2,000; for borse-leed, 13,878 tit; apparatus, 2,222 70; horses, hoeing and harness, 2,880 ll stable and stable repairs, ;701 09; miscellaneous supplies, 1,490 43, and contingencies, $109 98. There are170 wagons and 22 carts, all told. The otable contains 83 horses and 7 mules all fit tor service. Deb?, 8 horses h'ave been purchased outright-- 1885 00 fer the lot; 8 have been sold in good icondition, 6 others exchanged or. sold, rewlizing in. the aggregate $946 80. Although the apparent condition of tbe horses is excellent, it must be remembered- that many are voteranti, hav,ing been in constant service since tee origia of this Department, and are old. and lie-, ble to be unlit for use at any time. No : deaths have occurred, and no dangerous diseases or accidents reached the stable. The price of feed is fully 33 per 'cent. greater than lasty.ear. The cost of keeping each horse per day is 82.72 cents; last year it was 81.4 cents. From the total expenditures, as pre viously shown, there should be de , ducted ;945 80, sale of horses; 3,979 19 sale of street dirt, etc., and , placed in.Treaeury to credit of this fund; Icost of keeping officers, horses aud re. pairing toolo tor Board of improvements, 45,819 28; amount et old debt paid this !year,411,205 99; and money due for title made and not paid for, 49,017 77-1n Order, to show the , net cost of cleaning the streets for the year, whieb is 107,893 65. Net cost tor 18;8 was $127, 904 9i. ,The work performed by Ole Depart ment was the collecting and depositing at different places ol 80,650 tondo of dirt and 94,602 loads of ashes; 8,249 loado ol garbage were eollected anti delivered to the city contractors at their boats; 6,974 loads of engage were taken from cateti Moans at the expense of the Sewerege Commission,. but hauled away, at our Tbe report shows a considerable re duction of the expenses' of last year. Auilding Permits. The following permit to erect now buildings. were ;issued, during the last twenty-tour hours: Shepherd, two-stery frame, front north side Ninth, between Freeman and lapilli, An ninth side pf Court, be tween Harriet street' and McLean ire Ono; ostimated costs WO. James itridley, to repair house on Fifth street, betweeif Flunk street alid Centro! avenue. due. Budike & Co., two-story brick stable, bernpr ol Dudley anti Wade ots.; estimated OestS $1,020. , Amusement, Woors's TBILyncit.--Thore will be it "Nock and Neck" matinee te-day, and lélr. Stetson will make his laid appear mice this evening. Next Monday even ing the famous and popular Wallace Sio-' ters will begin an engagement at this house, and present, during the week, some of their moat pleasing specialties. OPICRA.HOUSE. and troupe will give another cheap matp Mee to-day, and appear for the last time this evening, when Scouts of the Plains will be rooted. , IR-ortolan, Record. - Eliza Wagner, 21 years, convulsions. , Michael Clifford, 59 years, dropsy. lith IC Barlow, 14 months, whooping cough. Joint L1. idetirouning, 10 tuontlis, ho9Ping ough. Mary E. Corbett, fig months, debility. Mary Shielqs, lb months, eougolition of brain, Anna Parker, 80 years, dropsy. Lucy Wig, 5 years. Chalies A Mame. 80 years, aneurism. Although there was a large migration Of laboring people from the United States to Europe last year, the total number being about 80,000, and circumstances do not promise to be any better in our coun try in 1815 than they were in 1874, still a large migration from Europe ja expected next spring and summer. Many thou sands of people in Germany, the German provinces of Russia Hungary, Servia upd are 'dissatisfied where they are, and they will come to the New WOW, believing that business is better in the Ilississippi Valley than where they are, and trusting tor improvement in the luture. 4.. fte.j A letter from a New York lawyer says: "Mr. Everts is thoroughly in ear nest, and has, think, maul' more than a prolessional confidence iu Mr. Beecher's (mac He told a friend ot mine on Fri day that he thinks the jury is with him uo vv.." 2he Weeitig Mar. The priisent number ol Wxxxix STAR contains leading editorials ou Some Facts in Our Civilization; The Rarity of Christian Charity; Outrageoua Villainy Exposed; France Hopefully Re publican; Matters in Japan; Railway Statistics; As Nre bupposed, 8;0'4, ttc.; also,the Latest News by !Telegraph; a Summary ot the News of the Past Week; Progress of the Tilton-Beecher Trial; Intereeting Correspondence; Book and Magazine Reviews; several columns of Odds and Ends; Personals; Humorous Gossip; Poetry; several abort stories; numerous spicy editorial paragraphs; Religious lutelligence; a large amount of matter of local interest: interesting Congressional and Legislative Matters; "Uatherings for Graugers; Agricultu ral, Literary and bcientitic- Reading; a full Market and Financial Report, toc4 Price 4 cents, In wrappers, ready for mailing. FRom Oeo. W. Vi Hard. 181 West Fourth street. we have E. Buttexiek & Co.'s complete catalogue for the spriug of 1875. It will be clobely and critically examined by all the ladlea who are for. tuaate enough to procure a copy. - FULL NUMMI& While Dr. Price's, True Flavoring Itxtracts ere full measure, oiher extracte aresbort near ly one-half what they are said to oontain, ar t eased to look large to deceive the eolumner. The most of the so-called, two ounoe flavoring extracts bold but oneoand one-quarter ounces, the four ounce less Ulan three ounces, while Dr; Price's are full measure just as represent ed, etrong and pure. One trial will prove tbat the bottles bold one-half more then others pur porting to be the same else, aud tbe extraota are ot the strongest and moot atural fiavor. T O. O. F.ABBRICAN LODGE, No. 170. IsOn Tuesday bveulog next the Lodge will meet at o'clock. Ladies and friends of the Lodge who pmpose taking an aetive part in the Willing 0. O. F. Fair are cordially In vited to nieet with the Fair Committee at 8 o'cleek F. IL Bv order of tile Lodge. 10 W. B MOOltti.EAD, Per. See'''. A O. H.-.Witiows' and Orphans' Belief As 21. sedation meet TO- HORHOW (Sunday) At' LitHOON. at Hibernia HMI. at 2 e'elock P. AL A full attendance is requested. Ail members of thedifferent divisions desirous of becoming members are invited to attend. PATICICH Pres ..T.Sun8 ()WELL', See'y. BUTTERICK'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Of American and European PATTERNS FOR SPRING. JUST RECEIVED. sar Send tor a CopY maned tree D. S. BLAKE, General Agent, Cor. Fourth and Elm. IIMMIPOMINOIMMEIMEMMEMEO HATS. H A TS. COAN'S SPRING STYLES. .WOW BEADY, Popular Prices. 92 FOURTH ST., OPPOBITE l'ObTOFFICE It I kttotykkiiiiii,iii ;I; "tali grAbli mtailuittatm 111111M JO 3 . . . - . . 1,,,,, i 41,9',,, 111111111 , .1C2;1111trt Vas nglif ,,'w,11,1 tIZtil'i :f 40-r-F.,-7; ,,dt,l, ',4,',,;,,,,;!;,,,--v-1-A0--,-4-:,. -4--,,,,I.k,t, lip', .1,',...., r ,,,,t,.., ,, . ,-- ,:e);!,,..,L., 1,44:tptz,a ' . ..,,,,, , , -s,-,,- 16 4 ---. -,, ----...i,;....k- 4, ) 'Ai CrTP3-10- , , . , . , .,,,,t , ,,,,.,,,..; ---ratilltsfAb -.... SO ...It, kr...,,,- , cr 4' 0.,..1,47,:--7-.:,-,-,,'-;,,,,,4.--r: :-.----, ;:,icv ,-, '-i$141Aft 0 . ---:---- - Elltita't , --- rcra rolis -- - ,- , If..701:Ncl MEN attending the trigh Sellixfir. 1 lniertriediate und Priva e tclioolsot Cin cinnati 8110tilti a04111i170 a Aollogi Rtiaineue Edu cation et the abote College. Persuno (Mei& of thin e4v vre invited ta write fur College Ch. ettlar tor BilltiEN EtiS and Ttlegra, h Ettlica, tam'. Fannin call with your sons fib ENS ANT. fillotA'rTON At 1)xli AN College, Pike'w Opel a-.11ouise. liou't tail to write lor College i'liAert, ' - ' ' ' , . It , . , - , . it:. ,:--4...-''-- , ,,,,,:- ,,,-tVii.-1....,;f: .. -!.. ,...i.L, -. - - .0,z3: t,,z1:,-..7:,-A., tl; - 44 i-:-.- --- , ty. ..,,,,, ---, 1 ,17r,70 N2 - - , A ' , . s.,-, -- çi-44,,1 , IMIKILkIfftlItt - Vtit. 00, stlwar -1114112c To , COL LEO( LL 019 MO 1 , .1;21111 4',',, ' k ., , Nii 1? 's ltfl Inpit' 111.' "Tt "I'''' i 4E4-arri ,d,t-: ,;"'t;-,-(g-,t..N.T,,,4 -v--.1':r.;,;.: yr: A p,r,i,l'tA 1 ti. ;-,04!,;2 , 'Or 'I t-va!5)7'11. qli MI i5f.16,!',243,.. . ,.. , ,, ii, ., f''',Aa''';'-'3."--."-n -,.Fyl",".....".:0"..4' ' , ,,, Ç,,,.4;. '.1;'--..."1110P'.-tb, 6, ) 4 firktrr---7--70A:''' - -- - eh --, P-. I t. ''''''',-,' - - --:90141" 61'i"....:,-g, PrCra: t: Ii0-11SÌ 1110-6!---;. ' Don't In ly your Spring Plothing with out first visiting JAMES WILDE, Jrs, SC.00's Great Popular Sale S.W. or, Elourth aud RILOO streets, L. d, Uopkins' old stand.' Their prices aim below New York wholesale figures, and their Cloth ing is relia,ble and out in latest Now York Fashions. - JANES WILDE, JR.. & CO 9 9 ' New York and elliearrO. An Extd.less Variety AT BUTTERI,CE'S-, 181 West Fourtk Street 24 Door arosr Race Street, CALL OR SEND FOR SPRING CATALOGIJA GEO., NV. WILLA.M),, General Agent. ,,3,i0r. y 1r E , 50 cEip,,ToTrfAxr.eac,jnoth wiwlio By tbe nee of Nitmue Oxide or Lengbing Gas, 'pia, es-fe and 'mullein; anteetetio. - $10 I:" SIT Ur ;Egli Li!wer On Bub 11w, unrth sgo GREAT WESTERN DENTAL ÇO., 116 'West Sixth Street. DR. J. ORBIBBY DON0011. Dentbst. A. 0 RI) PROM A. BALLARD, LIMBER MERCHANT. Cuto.00, May18,1870. I put in ten March Patent Grates (with Iron Mantehol in two new houses I built enMachigan Avenue, in the spring of 180. During the Win ter of 1880 anti 1870 lire wee used an most, if not all, ot the griktell, in which was burned cell., soft and hard coal, with tue most stilleatery reeulte. I have in other houses in this city most all other kinds of grates, none of which I consider equal 'to the March Patent. In point of convenadnee when not in use, it is unsur passed. The cAmstruction for setting is very sample. and remains perfect blue title. itionuacturecl alai for sale 1.1; Ci S. ItANICIN iSD CO., Arelliteetural Iron Works. no:14'1,11y Pearl. near Plant st. Cie., O. HOME NADE 11111Eititi EMPIRE BAKE1Zt, S80 W. Sixth street. itob13-2mbtuitThl 11DAINTER'S MANILTAL,A Complete Ptac 1 Seal Guide to ill liranches of Painting, its., 60 cents. r ook of Alphabets for Fainters, Drauattamem Sm., 60 cents. book of Scrolls and Ornaments, al. atclunaker suppewel ere' Manuals W cents. &an-makers' WAAL 96 cents. Model Let,t,vr W l'ilttical Rules for writing littera; deeds, receipt's, tuoitgages, ge. ge. Price Epo cent's. Any et ma above sent on receipt of price, post-psi& Acidrem ALSRED Bookseller, M0 Central avenue, CiricinnttOs OP las571 y-Tit-Mt T u I riCOITI;BSIONAL. Hometrathie PkArians. Dr. W. 0. PEND Ealr, Office, No. 247 Seventh Street. Office lioursFrom 7 to 9 .4. 9f., 1 to 9 IL and 7 to 9 F. IL Residence. 894 Richmond tit. firer' Ophthannie end Aural Institute, for diseases of the Eye and Esr. corner Mound and heventh streets, burgeon in (Marge-- T. P. WILSON, NI. D. W W E ft. 10.1. E0., s. w. Con Seventh and John Sts. Office NoursFrom 7 to 9 .å. M., 1 to 8 and 6to81.14. 1)r. lianitra Iioward2 I.D1SIPASES OF WOMEN.) No. 22 Barr street, Clue lutist, O. - Moe bolus, tq 12. feb12-1y ilire nate Me floss, DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN, No. 272 West Seventh st., near John. Office hourn, k) 12, and 2:89 to 4. tebtNiy DAIS. 13 IjCIC e.S1 ettANIK, 80t Race St., Cincinnati, O. At Homo-8 to 0 M., 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 P. 34. Brs. Holcombe 4S0 Beckwith, Ita West Fourth St. Office HoursDr. Holcombe: 8 to 10 A. k. and 8 to 4 P. M. Da Beckwith: 10 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 8 P. M. Joint Hours: 10 to 11, A. 31. DR. O. W LOUNS'11.1.1tY, Residence, and Office, S. Mr. Con Seventh and Mound t14 Office flours-0 to 10 .1t. 24; 8 to SPM.;03ito8P.M. Drs. SLOSSON 8o BRONSON, - N. E. Cor. Eighth and Elie Sts Office liottreErout '1, to le A.. k to 8 and 8toeP.14. Drs. iiradford. Me ()homey, 170 West Fourth Street. OFFICE HOURS: FROM 10 M. TO 4 F. M. Dr. T. C. ifradterd tit hoof from 10 e. m. to 1 p, Dr. Á. 4J. MeCheimey at home from 1 te 4 p. m. de12-ly Dentist& DR. TAVT, Den-tint, Emani DENTAL MOISTER, JOLT' Wvoict IroAarth Street, de14-1y, CINONNAT, O. W. W. WOODWARD, Dentist, 114 Sixth Street, bet. Vine anti kite e 1.1 Citioluonti. O. ja2.6o1 1.11E1CRW. Dentist, - - OFFICR AND RESIDENCE: ' de26.8m No.113 W. Seventh St. IL A Srtll'i'H, -1)., Dentist, , , No. 60 W.E15.1: SEVENTH ST. , AttorneVA O. 13. Attorney at.Latv, No.14:10 Walnut Street. .T. CII.,A.pk.-31trir, ATTORNEY AT LAW. - OrFICE t Vito WALNUT ST. 1-1,11( A.'. RILEY, A tiorn 57 and Conn sepor a.4 Lam, N.O. 21 Park Itów, New. York. re"Collectione promptly made in parte of we East. do3141, 30 No 9 O. 7 ! " D' to Lc tars, tolls - wet- 0 uies watt, op Bei speo -pp- Depp 2 r, W V? au , toe BALM, Mci ASI:111 CI 13 a Ind Marl (1' ASE111 - Tic furti 589 Burr OREN, T, John. t 41. o le y N LE, , 8 P. 31. Poo ---- with, sold ON A Id' The A. M. is WA Box( Tool Yo A 1 At awl four 4.; 8 to lze 50N, of NV stry-LEs "!,!'!"' SAVE YOUR MONEY! BUY YOUR ILATti ON RENDLEY; R62 Fifth Street. TO ORDER, FROM MEDIUM TO FINEST GRADES. FULL LINES IN STOCK, Of our own Manufacture. WILSON BROS., 79 Fourth Street, CINCINNATf, (PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE). And Nos. IR and 09 Washington itt Wogs" ' - Ite90-4.s,MaThi ADECKER BUMMERS, &WAR Grand, used but a short tilne, will be sold at a bargain. We also offer a number of good second hand Pianos low for cash or easy peyment& A U. BALD IN tt Cot, , itli West Fourth sti. !Wily Organs and Talley Gem Pianos. it Julf-ly-TutThpi SQUARE Ford. Witte & Co., Bankers and Brokers, No 9 'Coat Third Street, between liwin and Sycamore. : INTEREST PAID ON Dgrosrrs. For 8 months, 4 per cent, per annum 6 For b menthe par, cent. per anomie. For 12 montka; 11 pet ceeb Ftr nUSI: TNEALER8 in Foreign Exchange, Agents 0 Jit the Royal Mail Pouter from ew Xork to London, Faris, dm. rtirMoney to Loan ht any sums. from 28,090 to vit,000 on 1ong time at 1 Dor emit, Lic97-11,,h. To Oh t4ceart and Lake FISH! Received Wok every day. Orden 158- osilhated aed promptly filled at low eat market rates. boo Air 4310, tiE.1 '01STRIS. Pep?) Co.'s Oyotr Dopot, 286 West Sixth Street. REDUCED 1tAWES. ThiszaeXitsixd Ito'ute. BALT NMI 6 Sa 00 ASHEN (AUX 609 mall-tt REPUCED RATES. -a--- I:Baltimore and Ohio Marietta and Cincinnati Railroads. -- IPROlt CINCINNATI TO -WASHINGTON. $ le. BALTIMORE, $10. 111.11..ADSLPIIIA, 212. , NEW YORK, $15 25. Tickets, sleeping oaf smommodationa and further mtortuation can be obtained at No. 2 Burnet House, and at 1'1am-street Depot. T. R. SHARI'. W. W. PEABODY,' t al. el 2.., B. & IL.R. Gen nupt. M. & iro17-411 By Hemmelgarn Cu. The Mineral-Water Factory of B. Born & Poo No. 632 Walnut street, and all buildings maappurtenances belonguag thereto will On sold at Public Auction, commeneing ON EASTER MONDAY, March 23th, 11175, at 9 o'clock, M., on the premises. The whole stock and fixtures of the Mineral. water Factory, Fountains, Kettles, Bailer. -Boxes, Bottles. Horses, W agons and Harness, Tools. AlliCot tho Factory Building and wel ling House, including ground leivie. A !so, after the conclusion of the above sale, four lots in Mount Plem.ant, viz.: Lots, No. 21, 22 and 36 and 3ti in J. & J. McMackin's subdi vision, fronting 46 fest on Ferry street, and be.. respeetively 14,1 and 142 feet deep. HERM. MARCK WORTH, - ina12-6t,12,13,20,27&29 Att'y at LIM. Coal! Coal! ,,mt,0 Hocking Valley Coal, Jaeksan and Vinton Co. Coal,. And Ohio Cannel Coal. 14. atLa OL ES AL E and RETAIL AT LOWELiT MARKET'ILATES ,m, TJI18 COAT. HAt3 NO SUPERIOR IN THE market for Cooking., Grates and Steam Pur poses.. To large consumers and manufactureri are prepared to BIWA, NIT' quantity by the month or year, at uniform rates- "Give this Coal trral.", Orders promptly Shed. General Office on Harrison venue, near Brighton.Stailou, M, C. Raifroad. Brauth ou Northwest tor. Seoond,and Untral ave.. Brigliton Coal Elevator Co., - S. 1.4 'CAUPDELL, Agent. ticive..am,Ttis P. o. BOX 84 Celebrate:it California Liniment, rritE, most astemishing discovery of the age, cum any case,o, weak or lame back or any case of neuralgia, 'rheumatism, and stress on. hosted feet; there is auy case of these complaints I fail in I will iefulid, the money, lor am, established live -years hese and have recommended this Liniment, fit hun dreds of bases, not fulled in one. On receipt el prioe,. Sect will- sand a box to anywdOress. Each box contains full direction& EttAsiTtie IsOollke-box 1S0, . , iltaSEkoi, SHIRTS AMUSEMENTS. - , i WOOD'S THEATER. 0. JI,i0auLsirt kituagea Last Twto Periormeeet4 of, , - Mho hi T. STrTS,ON Iwthe sensational dratna, , PSCIC Ali NECK. MATINEE at & EVENING at it Next weekWALLACE SISTERS la )IINel, NIE,S LUCK. Pike9pi Opertuaiouse 1 W. P. 00i)! ..... pOSITITELT LAST PERFORMANCUS. I --- . 1NOTHER NEW SENSATIONAL DRAMAZ IIIWIIALO DUAL . And KIT CAUS031, JIL, In the original play, by II. Robbins, Tali SCOUTS elf I'llthi ' 1 FLAWS, never yet presented in Cincinnati. Replete with exciting 11000438 and thrilling ad 1 ventures Ube hiatinee on Ss nighty Afternooss. Reserved nests at the Rex Oates malt-lit J..E. FREY,i DEALER, AND SRLPFER OF FRESH .1 L a k xi- is hi!' , Vegetables and fruit la Season. skir Depot125 And 12T We4t Fifth street, OtAtmelIativijitio esa18-1m,S,Ts &Th. IITAPLEWOOD! Joseph P. Mills' Subdivision, Beiweem ' j liortweli unð Wyoming, On tha 0,, H. and D. attd Dayton Short-11ns Ita hoods. Avenona and eittewat la are grade and gravoloticand shattod nith tint over to yenta' growth. Luta tor oal,4 .p or information and plata apply to J. E. LoRMANY, it Comer Ninth and CA3ntrui avenue. ., Pilsener Iier at the 'antic Garden. ..s.126 cita.aNNATI, Aug 00875. 1 Special Railroad Notice. ON itnd atter this date all Vassenper al Freight business of the White Water Yalta Railroad will be done bola the L C. & L Lie., pot, Geo. L. Baumann, . IL hf. Bmreort, , : Supt. L C. a L, R. R. Supt. W. W. V. R. Inee-ef Monumentmo a Specialty. AMERICAN GRANITES. , TfroaTER of Scotch Granite Monumental- I and Idtatuary irclui ItitititRED WHITE. t dell-ly 254 258, RIO and 24 W. Fifth et. F 5 Fon, SALE Ol REST-, NT. AUBYJRN 11 RESIDENCENearly new frame, two-otor house of 12 moms, bath,room, water, gss. an ail modern improvements; corner lot, lint fee frost by 170 deep, with fine yard, fruit en shade trees, Located ou Oak street near tit residence of Meuse. bhillite and Bullock. an within five minutes' walk of the sucet tors For furtner particulars apply to JiLE ' CLAISIE, el Dickson, Clark CO3111'4)1101 at. ; 1141-41. ' ' . 1 Cincinnati Type Foundry Co.i - 0. wELJA Treasurer, ' Nes VIES liTILE11 , seirThe tgpe, ter Ws paper comes hum ( roundrY 1VrOTICE.--The, partnership existing bet 111 Henry C. Choste and Mowry Verrig w ' inatolved October lett PBS. ipaS-litM&S HENRI" VARWIG.. ' To.OTICEThe undersigned has bees dui ' appointed and quadded as Assignee nord Geiser. All persons having claims) against said ltseignor will present same to the ' the undersigned. aud all persons indebted to t him wilt niake payment to the undersigned alt, ' ' his...dice. N9 IS West Court streeh '14 mail-314 Fit ANIL BB,U.S Lit, Assignee, ! 1VOTICILApplication will be made to Viet IN Governor of Ohio, on theist day of April Itilk for the pardon of Augustus T. Corey,.whis . was indieted, tried, convicted and sentenced., to the Penitentiary of Ohio, at the term of No-'i' ,vember in the year IRO, by the Court of Cein-c mon Piens of Hamilton County..0bio, for the ' crimes. charged agoluat him of btcgiory, fiLi ; WOOS 888168rett 6,484 an 6096, for 5 years for each Amite charged., Melting together teeti . years. fegrt-ht,S4c ! V. EUROPEAN RESTAURANT- - : 1St Vine Street, , . (bet. 4th and Gth ids.) .. . , Best Meals for the Money in the City. ff SPLENDID DININEU FOB, 93 CENTS.i . mati-lin FRANK KUHL, Proprietor. .!t' 110 O'l'ICE.--L. G. Mead anti S. C. Mead willl' iti take notice that on the 15th, of February, 11,75, Lee Bomberger. Nathan Bloom, Jaen) k, . Bomberger, B. lies, Julius; Bomberger and Angelo Hellman. partners 83 Baniberger,i, Bloom Cog filed their petition against theuti . in the Superior Court of chunimati (No.1 31,0001, to recover a judgment agoinst Mem in-c dividottily for $105.03 mid interolg from Hui . 15th, ISM, upon au, .inotxtiment In writing,. tuk follows. to- wtt: 4165 OE One day after date we promise to:... -. pay to S. M. Stewart, or onier, the sum of olio hundred and sixty-five 11-100 (toilers for value received of him this lith day of March, ltliki W'itneittin hand and seal. L. G. & S. C. MEAD, (Seal), 4. Indorsed "S. Morgan litewart,t, which in.4 strument is held and owned by said, llomber-C.! ger, Bloom & Co. Said L. G. Head and e. C4 , Meatt will be required to answer said petition ' on or bolero the oth day of May, 1E4,5. , JACO!. sBitODER, - ' , Attorney for Bomberger, bloom et el. ti moll-IRS , -1-EGAI...Hapiliton County Common Pleas., :-..LA Bo. 44,903Charlotte bleeding et al, vs, Jelin &Crowell anti Eliza, Crowell et ahThts , . above named defendants are hereby notified., ', that on November Itit, h. D., 1874, the plaint.; . ins, the sole heirs at law of, Toter Crowe& de-t's ceased, illed their certain pctstion,in the above! . . 'entitled cause ag..instt said deft dents mutt . l'hootiore Crowell, the solo administrator of the! . estate of Teter Crowell. deceased. socking midi . Traying tohave the plaintiffs title quieted adi , against the-claim of said John i. and Eliza ' Crowell- in and -to. certain real estate or, which said intestate died, seized as of an es. t tate in fee simple and in said petition portion rlarly, described,,. of which the ulaintiffe , . are owners in possession, and being (1)1 . 1 a certain sixty-live seta tract laf .section 1111, township 2, and second fractiona range in klainiiton county, conveyed, to said. ' Teter Crowell by S. ll. killer bv deed recorded . in Book t9, page 158; (2) the'west 014 feet front of the east half of lot No. ill on the origi.1,,, nal plater the village of llarrison, in sald cella.. - ' ty; (a) a certain fifty-four roil tract of land sit uate in Green township, in said county, in tli northwest quartet of seetion ilso township. P. j and second fractional range, conveyed to isant Teter Crowell by Henry Slionert 15y deed te- . corded in Book No. 4013. page 81. The petitioa ' further seeites that there will' be no personal ' estate for ti istributam assonirthe heirs or siiiti intestate; that John Se Crowell reeeived as ati-1 vancenithate from said. yeter Crowell siertaini motleys, amountiag, prmeipal anti interest IA . 41,atis 84. - Plaintiffirfurther pray fora perpetual injune,N ', lion, agantst, said Riser Crowell to enjoin aim further prosecution of a certain, pt0000ding itti ' atiaolisawit-.in cause lite Mond ol saidCourto wherein she is plaintiff and said John D..I ! 'Crowell' is defendant, and in wbit h attel real' estate itas been' attached as tbu 'pope. ty of'. ' lhayidthdetiCollit rtAasreptaorra'ybeeirlogfio:rsdaa6rntudrhonÁadisy.ebAseempririliie:stilatellitt: ::.'. ' John .e. a uCkilea Crowell. 'appear anti 'Plead tdi aid 4. eti t ion, 041 A, 0, fff13,it derive will be taken, as prayedfoi, . l' J. BIDDLE b WIL DISNEY, . ' , , , ,.. - Atty's tor l'ittildribi ' I '' s CINCIANATit rtb 01.1V-44 log-Ot3f$ - . . . . , , . . 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