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1 WEDNEODAY. ...... ....APRIL 14 .LAHGEST CIRCULATION LI THE CITY. ' pg EA 2 LW PliBLA4t, 1401414 trlitettot ATI. NI cinesatty, April 14.Nomi. Tair or clear to-iiay and toniorrow, and probably hula warmer. .8 111. "1' ' ' LOCAL JIREETLES. . -11. - SENATOR O. P. MoaroN, of Indiana, is .,,11, - al tite Grand Hotel. 4 .1 - ! THE Board of Education organizes on ' - 2 'Moatiay atternoou next. - ; ., - TOR fences around the Burnet Work - 1.1- ; house lot are to be removed. . -: !-- . Tux first block of granite on the new .4 ,,, , , , Commie-house Building was laid to-day 4 - ' illt tive miuutes to 12 o'clock. ..t a ; , 1 . . I ',I Ila. JouN WAGNER, the recently ', .1 elected Wharfomuster, it'its tendered his ..t. rebignation as Market-master. ,t,-, 1,1, ,' Ale. Al. Bisuor, formerly a resident of 1.,., , 1 , s Cincinnati, but more recently of Atlanta, 1f!.... l-i , Ga., is vieitiug iriends here. ., -. ! , , TUN Board ot Aldermen organize this 1 ,, ?,, 'satiation. Meesrs. Sutton, Jacobs and 1,.-i.,:-, '1 s Reis and Candidates lor Preeident. '"!'7,s. '1 ,' i TREAbliRER-ELRCT figovPsky is tO SS,--i '1, ' Baille the duties ul his value to-morrow. t " I , i Mr. Philip Huila will probably be his ,,-, . assistant. 111- , !ii ': , i Tux marriage of Mr. Wm. Dodds and ,',... vi ,- I Miss Jennie Chamberlain, of Rochester, .',.-: ,1 I loi. Y., is aunounced for one week front :-- 1 ; ' ta.morrow. 1,-,'. I 4 - NUMBER of births in the city during the le 'nth of larch, 850, ol which 180 ' ' were males and 1,70 females, and but live , -- , ' . of them colored. A Nxw feature of the match mania le 'V!' 1 i '. . developed by the announcement of- a 6,pronouncing match" at Trinity M. E. ;,,-11 11 - Church on Friday night. .''...A, .1 - ' i, o , , -THERE were 421 deaths in the city '-': if during the Inman of March. seven ot ,Q;'' which were from violence and twelve "YL, ' from oid age, and 103 under one year.. -St.', il A .1IARTIIA WAbIlINGTON sOCiAL IS tO 'P I' I be given at the Luveland Settow-bouse . ', 9 11 to-utorrow eveuing, the holies and gen ...it 1, if ti tlenten appeai log in Colonial cesteine. ss,4, THE I'ark Board has authorized the oi - .: ' . ,-1 1i erection ot a music-stand in Burnet .0, 4,' 4 '4 4, Wocuis; also, the planting ol about $400 ,,,,,N i:. . . , . worth ot evei greens et Ine park eutrauee .4.., II of Eden Park. , i,. ' J.:M. HANSON, Esq., reeently appointed i,f.,:11 1 ' Assistant becretar) of the Water-works Board. declined to accept the position. '1, - - ,' Ile is very comfortably situated us Chief v Clerk in the ituyor.is oleo. - Tuomas GiLitor Was lodged in the ; ' Third-etreet blation last night on a - charge of stealing a pig !rein an I. it C. treiget car. Tins moronic se the Police t.ourt he had his case coutinueu. . , 1. , MR. JOHN SIMPKINbON, having been or , -,-, dared by his caysicians to go ahroad for , ,-. 1" , , Ills health. has resigned his poeitions on ,','.., , the different Boards of which lie was a ;'-.4.4. , member, and will leave nt a few days. IN the Board of Health yesterday drug , bilis to toe amount ot $3,422 30 were ,..,--!, read for the tirst time, whica included all .0., those contracted Gering the last, three , '11. ' , . mouths, aud two for the lust six mouths. JAMEs JONES was accused by his wife ,... of coot-nu-thy atu3ing her. James was brought before the predence of the ,11ig ,!,'1 - ' Terror,' this morning and sent to the oo, , - York-house tor a 3-1days' term, and in , ,,-, additiou to pay a one ot $25. ,,,i,,, 1HE Ludlow Base-ball Club. organ , , in t- teed itist eveniug by the election of the follooing Directors: C. il. Blackburn, Smith Isi. Dawes, W. J. Sandford, G. W. ','',- ' McCoy, A. S. Ltitilow, C. Bentley, Jas. :7-,'1,11- , - ' Burr, Geo. B. Ellatd, B. F. DeButte. --- - A VERY meager docker hi the Police Court tiliS morning, and nothing ot in teieSt cowing Up. IS cuseS I tirlinken-- , ,,,4,,, , ness and disOnierty coinitict were tried; 7; Ai' ' Sof Rosana and battery, and 17 of a mis cellaneous character. The Court wad ',1;:-, in bebsiOn two hour& JouN iluetat was finally arraigned in the Police Court this morning chargett ,'',;.: with the grand larceny of a gold ovatell worth about $50, the property of On Berger. Burke had pawned the watcu , fro tor $20. lie was buena over to the Court At- . ..-,... of Connuue Pteas under bonds of $500., v, 1 - Jamos O'CoNlsoa, Wm. Kelly and Eu , , , .11,3 geite Beynoids vtere arrested by ()dicers Conway and Gleason about 4 o'clock firs znorniug tor highway robbery. At tile corner u f A rchstreet and Broadway they ,,,',-,6 . tweet througb Chas. Morris, appropro ,, . . sting his money, hat aud other value :', - - likes. IT Is proposed to sell the narrow strip ,.,, of Eden Park, running from the Shelter '', ' house to tit. Adams, and thus Wain '-:'Ij ,,. . , RiealiS to buy a strip of Bettis Mug wit ich naturally belongs to the Park, and , .t.'f Wkiich is necessary in order to make. a ,,t, I piece tor Court street to run without ,,,.. undei 'tubing the avenue soutti ot the ';10. Park. . HICHARD PAROLL, Of 3101itgonlery, O., tient a dispateti to Colonel Sne-baker ',"-' , this morning that a party of burglars cut ' ..k.,.'1, open his Said last night at that place and ootained $.5J0. A descriptiou el them has been given to Officer Quinn, who thinks be will capture Ms gaine to-day. Tbe ,,, 1 , party started for this city ou the Ma '"1.'. 1 ,. - rietta Road last niglit. - ..e , , THE Board of Park Commissioners re s -.. . ceived the annual report of the receipts and expenditures. The total receipts , Co- ' . amount to $77.871 89. 'file expenditures ,,. A , in lull amount, to 70,866 61, ot which sutu $32,626,68 were given out for Eden Pars; $22,003 81 tor Burnet Woods, and $3,994 78 i,1!, ' ' for the Davidson Fountain. There is a - bulance of $1,004 78 on hand. , :... , ,.,. 'THE eleventh annual reunion of the , . - . . -,r-t r '.: Tale Club Was held at the Grand Motel loot evening. Professor Tim cher was present and niatte an in. .:11 - terésting and Appropriate address on ;,-, '1. " ' ' Tale as It tided to be and is now. Re L .: ,,, . ; marks were alio made by Judge Taft, 1:,:- ' Dr. Morris. Dr. Richards and others, and ,, ,', , interesting letters read from several "1. 71' ' krotessors of the Cullege and others of , ' ' '' ' 1 . - the graduates. , . ,r- r - ' ONE Of the foremen at the King's Moun tain tunnel, on the Southern Railway, who robbed of $280 reoently, and the ,, Workmen last Thursday seiziog the sus',.-.', , ., rioted party, suspended him by the neck , .., . to a limb until he was ready to confess. . '' , 110 was tben taken down, his centession ' -- received by proper witneeses. and he , . seas taken to the County Jail and deliv ' 1 - cred to the authorities. -, .-i: , - ' JANE irtstiza, Sarah Saunders and . ., ' , . Menrietta,Lewls, tbree colored women, ,., . -,,'1 4 ,. , ' were arraigned In the Police Court this ' ' morning on the charge of stealing two ,. pair ot ladies' hose from IL Lazarus' . ' stand in Court-street market. Jane being , , , 1he principal in the tot WaS convicted, and rent to the Work.house for a term of :, '., ZO days. , Sarah and Henrietta were die , i, - r zitiesed. . . ,.., , , , MICHAEL 'AUERBACH, arrested.On the , . , 29th of March on the charge of carrying , , 1. ' concealed weapons, and soon after for , .. - , . grand Jarceny, Dad his case called up in - - s- i , -i . , , 'the Police Court this morning. Michael '' ' ' , :Wall charged with having stolen a silver , ';, 1. -- :Mounted pistol on the 24th of March - ' . - , from.-the office of Captain Messerole, and .. , ,,' . alb MI be from the safe. tio evidence ' .. 1,' -Woo hewn that he was guilty,and he . , '1, . , was accordingly dismissed - oh both , . How Wild Butt itaitted a Wilder Crowd. This morning a Wild bull got separated from a drove of Texas oattie being drivep through the oity, aud not (nit. on a tour through the principal thoroughfares. About a dozen of the crack drovers of the city were detailed to capture him sad bringhint in, and the seenes that ensiled were decidedly amusing and somewhat exciting. The bull, after a qulet gallop of a dozer blooks, cooled down and waited for his pursuers.' They came up considerably out of breath, but with a large amouot of bluster and bravadoovilich showed clearly that they well not afraid of the bull. Tile bull caind" up with perlect caiinness, aud some pereous were so foolieh as to suppose that this showed that he was not atraid of them. The re suit 'proved that these persons were right. The bull stood still. So did his pureuers. Then there was a private caucus, to which the bull was not invited. Ile did not like this. He resented it. He invited himself. Then there was not a caucus. Teen the bull shook his head. So did the pursuers. They were in dif. ferent localitiesone in a doorway, an other behind a telegraph poles aud an other wider a barrel. They considered. They called across the street to each other, "Waat are you timid olio The other said, "What are you afraid of?" Theirthey aaid, "Let'e lasso ilimP Then they said, Agreedi pie do it." But no oue was exactly ready. Each one was out of practice. The bull lis tened mid smiled. He walked calmly toward eaca one separately, and offered hie horns for the lasso. Each One sepa rately ran as be never ran before. Finally, by some mischance, in the ex citement, a rope full over his horns. It was immediately fastened to a telegraph pole. But the bull didn't mind about that. he just went on and directly there was no rope about his horns. Then imprecations came fast and fear ful. Shouts of laughter also. The bull stopped on the corner of Sixth and Wal nut. So did about oue thousand per Sone. When be turned toward the northwest cerner exactly 2i30 persons ran wand 750 laughed. Wheu be looked toward the northeast oorner 25U ran and those op posite lituLthed louder. Several men en gaged in the exercise of throwing harm less lassoes alter him, and once alio ceeded in getting the rope over his tuil, but it did not stay there. Then be started toward the crowd, and they ran. An old woman, with a basket of eggs on her head, fell over, so did the basket. Thou he looked the other way and a man out of his wagon. When he looked up all the people in the second story screamed and drew back from the windows and let down the curtaine. Of all the crowd the men with the ropes showed the most agiillyin ru nettle.. At last the bull was caught. A man with a long stick had out a rope and be walked under it. 'hien there was cheer 'lig. The rope was large and new, and it held him. It vas attached to a lour. horse wagon, and, at this writing, the bun is being dragged away and the mail who held out the rope is Wiping the cold sweat away and being crowned victor by the admiring throng in an adjoining saloon. LATER. At the corner of Sycamore and Sev lite rope was unlastened from the wagon, and the bull attacked the horses. The matter now became serious, and the efforts of the crowd were turned to the defense of the team and destruction of tile bull. One horse was badly gored in the side and in the head by tile bull, but was fin ally got out of the way, and tbe rope, which was still around the animal's head fasteuett to a Jainp-post. Another rope was got round his body and legs and be was thrown down and finally killed with ,1 au as, and hauled oil in a wagon. Sev-1 eral men were injured by ruuning over each other in the crowd. THOS. J. LANDER, of Maryland, has filed his petition in the United States Court against Daniel DeCamp, L. DeCamp and Michael Levy, claiming 40,000 damages for the violation of a patent on mail-bags. The patent was obtained Iday Oth, 1859, and renéwed May leth, 1873. Petitioner claims that deiendants, who live in this city, have made and sold fifty thousand of the bags., realizing $20,000 profit. .40 I. do,m,,,. Building Permits. The following permits were issued since our last report: J. Alh, two-story brick at 183 Laurel street. J. W. Moss, remodel 290 East Sixth street; estimated cost, $5U0. J. Stricker, brick wall at corner Ninth and Din streets. Cou !try it Maloney, brick and frame pottery, on Dayton, opposite Whiteman street: estimated cost. $4,5l0. L. Marc, repair 63 Clinton street; es timated cost, 4;23. Wm. Kopp, deposit material at No. 90 Botts street. George Mulhert, alter church on Wal nut street, near Ninth; estimated cost A. W. Fisher, three-story brick,. at No. 14 Liberty street; estimated cost $000. Ordelinundt tt Shubert, deposit mate rial on Logan, near Gre. n street. A. Ureuve, two and a half story brick, on Dandridge street; estimated cost $4,500. Sophia Greuve, two and a half story brick, on Dandridge street; estimated cost $4,500. Jac. Benninger, kitchen, at No. 12 Browne strtet; estimated cost $1,200. Russia having exhausted her forests, is looking to the coal beds of Western China for fuel. Philadelphia has 10,000 Jews in her midst, buL oniy one in her prisons, and that for a trivial offense. 2he Weekty a ft. FIr CPCOOF7 THE WEEKLY STAR tor this week, nOw ready, contains leading editorials on Sir Thomas Itiore and Present Reform ers, England and Ruin, Let theoPeople Take Notice, Mr. Lick's Inconsiderate Vireue, The New Interest Law in North Carolina, Poisoned. by Hemlock, Eco le siasticism, &c. The latest news by tele graph, the current news of the past week, "Gleanings tor Grangers, progress of the Tilton-Beecher trial, interesting local news, Poetry, several columns of gen eral news hems, Odds and Ends, Hu. morons Gossip, Om. Several short in teretting stories, spicy editorial para graphs, Personals, Spring Fashions, a large einoUllt of interesting Literary, Agricultural and Scientific reading, to gether with a full and complete Home and Foreign liarket and Financial Re port, ate, tibc. - Price 4 cents In wrappers, ready Sior , Go To lima's, 77 West Fifth street, and get a fresh shad for 25 to 50 cents apiece, arriving daily. 'Monuments tt ISpeetalty. AMERICAN. GRANITES. : varowm" of Soot& . Granite. Monnmeitte, A. and Matsui front Italy. ' ALFRED WHITE, . dell-ly ' . , ' WV et,4 mut 24 Walltal Ilto, . , , ....,... , SPRINGHATS. The yirifest Variety to baleot from at se26-1y,W&S Fl ph and Cenfrat Arvenua TO ORDER, FROM MEDIUM TO FINEST (i LUDES. FULL LINES IN STOCK, Of bur own laanutoolum WILSON BROS., 79 Fourth Street, MUNN ATE, (PIKE'S OPERA. HOUSE). And .No4. 67 and 69 Wastunsrton Chkago Ite20-1y.b.M at W4 G- IV. Manufacturer of Mattresses and nodding A' ND DEALER IN WOVEN WIRE AND 1-1 ail the New Style Spring Bed Bottoms, No. Ibki W. Fifth et., Cincinnati O. FAMW apl-gmW,FitM1(1-2mw Wholesale Millinery DEVOU CO., 187 Race St. OPEN TO-DAY New Straw Goods. El egant Flowers, Ribbons, Laces, .lze kir Large line of roomed Goods. DEVOU It CO., 187 Et.ee Cin'tt. LETTING No. 18. 0 EALED PROPOSALS WILL BE nECEIV kitiD by the Board of Trustees of the Cincin nati Southern Railerfty, until MONDAY, A gril 2.11,11, 1875, at 12 o'clock noon, for the coumletion of the tiraduation anti kinsonrv on Section 79, Division D, and Sections 80, 81. 82, 83, 81, 85, 90. 91, 92, 93, and 94, Division "E, Cincinnati southern Railway, in Pulaski County, Ky. Profiles and specifications can be seen at No. 5 (loom No. 4), West Ihird street, Cincin nati, O. Th Board reserves. the right to relent any or all bids. By order of the Roaril. lari,Es GREEN Toon, President. Tao& EOVETT, Consulting Engineer. nia31-W&Stapll BOYS' HATS its" AL P..11 Ig.am 4..16 ma TUE LARGEST VARIETY. HENDLEY'S se26-1y,WAS Filth and Central Avenue. Notice to Water Consumers. CITY WATER-WORKS OFfICE,? Aram 12, 1875. I You are hereby notified that the Water Rent for the April War. er ts now due and prtyable at this 011ie. All hills paid after the Mb. and on or before the 25th lust., will be subject ta a discount of 6 per cent. By order of the Board. an18-11t J. GRETETER, Secretary. ap14-4t . PEMM1MMM6AM1M21 I I GIFT S. DuHritt,& coil COR. FOURTH AND WALNUT. NTOTICE.ATTENTION, MEMBERR, A. 111 O. IL W.Meeting to institutm a nevi lodge at, northwest corner of 8ixtli and Mato streets. Covington. WEDNESDAY EVENDSG, at 7 o'clock, precisely. '1 -OTICE.-At a meeting of the Keystone llase-ball Club last Saturday even imr, the bowing officers were elected: T. Dinsdble, President; IL Tope, Secretary; J. Aubke, Treasurer, T. Dinsitale, Captain. limy are uow ready to receive challenges. Addres4. r'. liollenkaulp, corner Mulberry anti Main streets. it A O. U. W.All members or Damon Lodge, n, No. 442, A. O. U. W., are requested to meet at their hall. a. e con Ninth and Plum, on THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, at 7:se o'clock, for approval of By-laws. This oilier pays 112,000 to the heirs of a neceased member. Any one wishing to join can obtain full porno Mars from Dr. J. 1 CILLEY. ne W. Eighth street, or or ROIVE, E. t.RDEF, Recorder, 188 Vine street. , It W"TEDYOUTo call at the Globe Fthoe ctore, PI) Vine street, one door south of Fifth street, opposite the Fountain, and buy custom made boots and shoes at very tow prices. ap14-et UOUNDLOW PRICESAt the Globe Shoe 12 Store, MI Vine street, one door south of ine street. opposite the Fountain, ladies', mis-es' ami Child ren's, gent s', boys' and youths, custom made boots and 611,108 at astonishing low prim. ap14-St FIRST CLASS BOOTS RFIODFLIEHItcR and Shoes for spring wear. k&BROTHER. Z I every style, made to or.-- Ar-rQNR 52 toNi' dner at short notice. Work WEST SIXTH . i on lined ,itt low . prices. .1iTHEEl:.404; COME AND SEE. mit727-',.0iSAW T, EGAL NOTICENotiee to whom it may coneern.Three trunks and oentents be longing to Mrs. Leach, will be sold to pay oheiges, on the 21st day of April, A. D.. 1875. Stored witb J. Collins. No 4.,0 West Fifth at., Cincinnati. it JESSE COLLINS. Coffin's Celebrated California Liniment, 01HE most astonishing discovery of the age, wilt ours any case of weak or lame back or any ease of neuralgia, rheumatism, and stress on frosted feet; if there is any case of these complaints fail in will refund the money, for I am established five years here and have recoramended this Liniment in hun dreds kof oases, not failed in one. On receipt of pric,e, SOe., will send a box to any address. Each box contains full direction& Eft AS1111:1 LOFFIN, Look-box latpringlield. Ohio. feSS-13in I READ THIS TWICE Ommemko "THE PEOPilt;i5 LEDGER" contains NO Continued Stories, 8 Large Page', 48 Colimins of Choice Miscellaneous Reeding Matter every week, together with articles from the pens of such well-known writers as NABBY, OLIVER 01'110, SYLVANIA; COBB, Jr., MISS AL Carr, WILL CARLTON, J. T. TROW BRIDGE, MARK TWAIN, to. send "Me People's Ledg er" to any address every week for three months, on trial, on receipt of only 50 CENTS., "The People's Ledger" is an old establisbed and reliable weekly paper, published every Saturday, and is yery popular throuhout tlas ICA and Middle Status. Address, : .1 RERIANN K. CURTIS, Publisher, 10-8PiLf lisal6011091104thAilkilip , THE WASHINGTON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Of New 'York,. ; .1 .- SPATE OP onto, IMmoiaNOB Derszesinnr, COLnumus, ifebrnarylótlit 10Ph WIIIIREAS, The WASIIINgTik LIFE IN Ala ANLE.COMPAN Y. located at Now Yorir, the State of New York, Ms Med in this oiliee a sworn statement, by the proper di cers thereof, showing ite condition and bust nese, and bas compiled in al respecte with the laws of this State, relating te Litt)11131111411M Companlea organised by the act et toupees, or by or under the laws of any miter States of the gulled States: Now therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Wil liam 14. Church,Superintonticat of Insuranae of the State of Ohio,. do hereby certify that said Company is authorized to transact its appropri ate business, Lhe Insurance In this butte, in accordance with law, during the current year. The condition and business of said,Company at tha date of such statement (December altit, 1,874) mhown am toilmcm: Amount, or Joint Stock or guarantee Capital paid up , 2122,000 00 Aggregate amount of adulated BOLS 4,02.024 4t Unadmitted Aseets amounting to 215,000. Aggregate amount of Liabilities, In cluding 48,644030 for re-insurance reserve , 8,114,051 01 Amount of .Ineotue for preceding, year iu cash L240,510 42 Ammo t kxpeintitures tor the pre cediug year in pion 7f6,227 47 wititess whereof, I have koreuntosubseribed any IMMO, and caumed the beg of my oakum , to bo- Waxed, the day anti year afore 'written. it,11EAJA C111:11ICIL Sup't . ntier date April the President writes as We have this day rewired a earthiest or. the valuation of our policies by ale New York, lusuriume I.apartment., upon ilie standard or 1;01111CCUCAIL (act tuuies 4 per cent.), the highest. standard ot reserve maul, ed in auy part el the country. lite result m gratifying la theex treate to the ()flours aud managers of WASIIINGTON, mut will be to every one in terested la the Company. The ligurcs are as lollows: Actual investments. s4,160.826 40 ' Ileierred anti uvalti premiums 2M,70, , Gross assets Deo. 81, 1874 ' 14,418,024 44 Citsti mserved tor policies, tea AC1,11144100 atortalit,y, 4 por cont. interest O3,04-1,t9J Liabilities Lir elatin 64,840 OJ 14,018,030 Oa SUIV118 Lig regards policy holders $404,894 4t If from this we tteduet capital 4120,Que eo -- We have diviaible surplus of i4.80,Alli 44 From this it appears that, without ever hav ing mitmal pitying it dividend, the Washington has attained Lin proud position ta Virsi, The actual investments cover all out standing obligations of every sort, Includdig tue capital stock. baund, After ample reservation for all such obirmtions, upon tiii 1140)&4 recognized stand ard." to make a yearly dividend salistactury to policy holders. Th 8 is a strong, an enviable position, one at tained bY few, Very few companies, anti when Indy understood and appreciated must increase the pubdc conlidence in this steriing company, whose policies are as gad as a hend of United Slide& PILAAN OF 131USINESS. PliE3111)31S REQL;11tED IS CASH. DIV IUEN D6 PAID ANN IJALLY AbbET6 ARE HELD IN CASii. PuLiCIE6 AllE. PAID IN cAsrr. Agents desirous of canvassing for tois com pany and all persons wishing insurance or further information will please address Tii(33.1.elkl!, Greneral Agents 122 Vine Ntreet. Ted MediumMrs. M. Smith, Ted Medi um. limodu 2, 100 lb est Fourth at. mad-tt . EUROPEAN RSTAURANT AN D Inning Room, 181 VIN 2, STREET. Best MCftia for the Money in the City SPLENDID DINNER, FOR V.1 LiNTS. Mad-41111 FRANK MUHL. Proprietor. COME AND SEE 'The liew and Attractive Goods at the C302N1.9r STORE, - 80 West Fifth Street, (Formerly Queen City Dollar Store.) spis-imo P JO 1:1 P A 1.1 11 , MAN UFACTURER OF Saddleq, Harness, Collars. 4S:e., No. 30 East Fifth St, de18-11,F,M&W CINCINNATI, 0. AT STEVENS' ,I)001E STORE, 89 West Fourth street. all the New Books, Magazines, latest styles of Ladies' Fine Papers, Visiting Cards, Alburtis, roeket Books, Memorandum. Books, Chromos, Illuminated Mottoes, etc., etc. All are welcome to inspect the stock whether wishing to purchase or not. tja,8-1r,?(Wtfl 13FILTULI ION The Most Efficacious Virtue FROM PETROLEUM. Because wounded nature rapidly restores it self when thoroughly protected from atmos pneric action. Science acknowledges a perfect application in COSMOLINE. No rancidity or decomposition. Healing without the slightest irritation or smarting. Leh Veil no sears. Ma SULTS ARE ASTOUNDING! Any inflammation. old and corrupt sores, eruptions and sloughing wounds yield to it,. It is nature's faithful ally in the struggle. For Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises, Boils, -Blisters, Chafing, Poisons, Bites, Piles. Itching Tetter, Salt Rheum, Rheumatiem, Neuralgia, Mumps, Sore Throat, Coughing, Frosted Limbs, (Imp ped Skin. Whoever Once ries Beconimends THE POMADE OF COSMOLINt is equally wonderful in Its tonic. detergent and healthful action on the glands and hair. Unlike animal or vegetable pomades. which absorb oxygen, decompose. generate beat and destroy the hair, this never becotnes rancid nor loses its rieli per fume. it cures all scalp diseases, keeps the hair soft, glossy and free from gum. IlifcW Ask for PLAIN GOSMOLINE or for CObaL014INE POMADE; SO cents a bottle, with the above trade mark and name of R.. 4 HOUGHTON CO.. Philadelphia. Sold by Druggists Conerally matzu-ly,st.tw T ItIAL.Stote of Ohio, liamilton County 1J Charles H. Foote vs. Sophia Foote. No. 44,0106.To Sophia Foote: You are hereby noti. : tied that the said plaintiff will take the dep. osition of witnesses in 'this action, at the oiliee of Jas. P. Betts, iu the town of.Carthage, Jasper county, Missouri, on the Ist,dity of May,. A. D., 1675, between the hours of 10 A, M. and 6 P. M., with authority to adjourn from tiny to autigleued devoeition. have been token. cgAli IL FOOTAI B. NMI, Attorney, - ' ,A,PJAhltik1,616s , - 11014-6tWe Twenty-fiftlt rridtrrim r)for --or THIC--.. Or MAINE. Principal face Boston. 0.mmmM - OFFICERS: , HENRY S. WASHBURN President WHLTINS HOLISTES,....Secretary CHARLES H. BREWt.R..Assit Setrelory E. A. WARFIELD Sup't of Agencies e 1 Nat Assets Dom 81, ma, were A1,116,281 el' Rtme vod ia 183, for premiums. . ... 44880,101 80 Received for filtered,. 4a8,S118 14-;- 2,408,609 14 DISBUItStMlillglit 314. Death tosses$403,1431 03 Paid for Sur re ntler ed 886t910 33 ' Patti Ittatiis Premiums. 1113,731 AI, , . Paid matur'd Zadowm'ts 111,000 03 Total amountreistrued Policy twitters .,-31,119.3321.41 Metlicit FUed 24,113,14 Lonmilssies to Al ttenetatious of Loin missions Salaries of Mears 422,01113 ARouts and Clerk..., Advertising auid ail ether mg-muses Taxes and Licenses 19,607 41.15'111.(144 78 -- Net Assets Dec. 81, 1874 $7,V81,901 1 INVESTED AS POLL!) WS: Cash on band tI73,185 Do ited Stabee Seco rittes 110,8of r5tate and tounty Bowls it 3,811 50 Loans Oil Bond and Mortgage 4,815X4 8h Loans and Coliateral 50 it, rmate 275,000 Premium Notes on Polleies in force 2,818,400 lit Balance title trout Agents (secured) 55,705 10 Net Assets Os above). 87,884804 eb Add Deterred Segal-annual and Quarter by Premiums aud Preinuaula due and not yet reperaed 608,74t 81 Accrued and Inlet due interest 8;0.212 Oa ----- Gross Assets Dee. at, 88,1574,1AI 48 Ratio of Assets to ,Liabilities........$125 to $100 - , . . . INSURANCR .4.06011INT-. Policies issued and reinstated 6,132 Insuring - ..,....... 114,505,0s0 No. in tome Dee. 31, UM ....... ..., 24753 insuring . . 149,207,310 , Assets. 19,000,000 50 ,Lirpiii,, 4 per cent. rtberve 15..0.0o0 Oi Surplus. 0,1 per cent- reserve. 1.1. 0.000 00 I MOM, 2,i400.04 00 INTEREST REirEIPTS MOILE THAN PAY ALL LOSSES.. . Interest received in 1c74,... ' 1558,3'48 '14 Losses paid iu 3,874 . 44,631 00 Excess of interest in HU fiti4,907 74 ILESULT8 IN 1814. Increase in Assets ;1,000.003 00 Increase in Policies in force 2,950 Increase in Policies issued over 1818 1,8S1 increase in lashranoti in Ione 10,000,000 00 - The Union Mutual Life Insurance Company has paid ita poucy-lioitters since orgeniza tion For Losses S2,497009 85 For DIVIti0131.1& :4906,9 9 Total paid Policy-holders $0,SKISS 88 Total paid Polloy-boldors $1124K200 88 - While the new business of nearly all the leading Life Companies tor Ili74 shows a do, ereaso tit 101k5O nor cunt., than of the Union Mutual shvws an ilicatimis of 42 per cent, The past experience of this Company having been favorable, it still issues poticies on fe males without extra charge. Agents of COM panies who have discontinued mese netts or mint lives, are invited to place them with 'this Agency. - No perplexing restrictions on trav el, residence or occupation This Company. grants a more liberal pol icy to these par ioulars thah any other old Company. Certificate from tbe Ohio Insurance De partment for 1875. STATE OP OHIO, INSURANCE DEPAIPPMRNT9 COLUMBUS, March 1, 1878. WHEREAS, The UNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN Y, located at Augusta in the State of Maine (Olive tors' 0111CA3. Boston, Massachusetts), has flied in this office a sworn statement by the proper officers thereof, showing its condition and busi ness, and has &implied in ail respects with the laws of this State, relating to Life Insurance Companies, organized by act of Congress, or by or under the JEWS Of SUP Other OtatA, the united States: Now. therefore, in pursuance of laW, I, Wm. F. Church, Superintendent of Insurance of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that said Com pany is authorited to transact IA appmpriate busineas of Life Insurance in this State, in ac cordance with law, during the current year. The condition and business of said Company at the date of such statement Wee. 81, Mit) b shown as follows:. Aggregate amount of admitted as- bete, including the sum of 92414- 466 89 in premium notes and loans held by the Company on policies in force 98,706,690 00 Unadmitted matte, amounting to 9;,6,165 10. Aggregate amount of Liabilities uwiuding 91.011,860 for re-in- ' ' suranee ref erve.. 7,128,180 00 Amount of income for the pieced- ing yoar, including 94;i6.090 in premium notes 2,408,700 74 Atiount of Expeuditures for the preeeding year in cash 1,165,049 00 Amount of premium now expendi tures for the pmeeding year 490,901 00 In witness whereof, I kave hereunto subscribed my name, and canoed the Seal of my oilive to be Wised. the day and year above wri9- ten. tsx.s.L.1 ' W3L 'CHURCH. ' Supeidutendent Liberal Contracts made with men kit good recordsnone others need apply. Previous experience in this business not necessary. ' - OHIO DEPARTMENT, Corner of Fourth and Raee Sts., CINCINNATI. , , , SAMUEL W. JOHNSON Manager. W. W. SEYMOUR, Cashier., . . mA0,tubillSo WOOD' .1 8 THEATER. Jd.n.06 Imams success of the young actor, FILAINIK FRAYNE,L. In his truly sensational drama by Vinton ' Tityleure, Esq., entitled SI. SLOCUM. EVERY EVEN rN3 and Saturday Matinee. :: Next week. the eminent actor Mr. E. DA VICE l'ORT. ' ' Bentfit Monumental Society L O. O. F. ' z CrILLUENWOOJD ELA,Iala TEMPERANCE FAIR .7! POSITIVELY TILE LAST DAY.",!, Sale of Merchandise and Fancy Article. !, AT AUCTION, , THIS DAY, from a to 5 atm from 8 to 10 P. 24-, LUNCH to-day from 11 A. 5L to 10 R. M., by the "Attie ei Cincinnati. lt REDUCED RATES. Pun-Handle Itoute. NEW YORK .414 00 Pli ILA OE LPRIA AV ot, SAL Pi Al . ... .... .. 6 00, WASILIAUTOIM . 6 00, , REDUCED RATES VIA The lialtimore stud 40h ' AND-- Marietta and. Cincinnati Railroad Co.. WABBiNGTON, BALTIMORE, PI DELPITIA, S12. NEW YORK, Sla Tickets good until Used. Tioaatd, ;deciding cur accommodations and further information can be obtained at No. Burnet !louse, and at Plum-street Depot. --- T. R. BHA Itr, W. W. rEanotty9 st. of T., B. it 0. R. R. Gen. opt. L. it C. ; OP ' AMUSEMENTS. , MIO.E. prtorEesroNAL. RAILROADS. f itotteopaikkT Pityaketax& , , D. 13. 31. D., ' ite47 WE'ti OEVENTLI (J. Unice lionteti to 10 A. AL; 2 to 4 P. M:ri. Evening. ap8-61no .1 NV' M. 0 NV N S, 31. 13., s. W. Cot. Seveuth and John Sta. OThee HoursFrout 7 to 2 A. Pd.,. 1 to 8 aukk eto8P.M. Dr. 3Elmirtt IIoward, DISEASES OF WOMEN. t No. 22 Barr street, Cincinnati, O. Mee 'lours. 9 to 12. 10124 y - Dr. o 31. G ostg, DISEASES OF WOMEN' AND UJILDREN, No.272 West bovanth at., near John. 0Ene hours. 9 to 12 aud 2:30 to 4. teb12-iy Drs. DILTILVIC ektAlin, 805 Race St., Cincinnati, O. At Honr-8 to 9 A. to 8 audit 8 P. It, Drs. liolcombe De,ckwith, 148 West irourth fit 01 lice HoursDr. Holcombe: to 10 A. lif and 8 to 4 r. Dr. Beckwith: Leto 18 A. 14, and 2 be 8 P.M. Joint Hours: 10 toIl A. M. - DIL O. W. LOUNSBUILY, Residence and Oillos, S. W. COM tievonth andl Mound sun Vince iloura-..-8 to IQ A. Ai.; 2 us , P Al.; b to tip.1d. - - Drs. SLOSSON & BRONSON,- N. E. Cor. Eighth and Elm ata. - Office HoursErma to10 A. 411., 1 to 3,and. etoar.M. . 1.1r. W. G-. P1:411N11:31:31,1.', Office, No. 211 Seventh lotreet. Office lloureProm 7 to 8 A. M., I to 2 P. At. and 7 to 2 P. IL Itunidenee. irt4 itichmond et. ifga. Ophthalmic and Aural Institute, forl; clibeases of tha Eye and Ear, Lahti' Mound F., and neveuth streets. burgeon in Charge. !,-1; I?. WILSON, 31. Drs. Bradford & Meebebitey, 170 West Fourth Street. OFFICE HOITRS: FROM Ilk A.11. TO 4 P.M. Dr. T. G Bradford at house from 10 a. m. to I p. in. Dr. A. C. MeLhesnay at home from 1 tO 4 p. m. da12.15, , - ,1)1Plitallt. a 'TAFT, Dentist, EDITOR DENTAL REGISTER, 117 West Fourth Street, de14-ly CINCINNATI. O. W. AV. WOODWAIW, Deatsti IVO. 114 Sixth Kraut, bet. Vino and liana Cincinuati.O. Jaa-tita tiorneva Clarence Morris' ATTOliNEY AT LAW, ! ROOM 6, No. El WEST TRIM) STREET., 4 a. CILLAPSITY, , ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE : M30 WALNUT ST.. 1114-1N1Or A. rtix,Enc. , Attorney and Counsellor at Law, i No. 21 Park Row, New York-, , gereolleetione promptly made tn. all parta of uto East- de81,0 Sui-.;ts-o ribe .1 tehibotacribe:74 --FOE . . "FAT CONTRIBUTOR'S" PAPER!, Now is the time to subscribe ler the Cincinnati Saturday Night! FAT CONTRIBUTOR." Editor. The Best Literary and ilumoroue Family Jour...1 , nal publishes la 440040. , , I SUBSCRIPTION OM a Teal I , Peatage Pain by the Publisher. , - - Eacb subscriber from and after this date wilt revolve as a glft,a magnificent engraving. littitt inches. from the -celebrated MI painting Rudeaug. erti tied THE LANDSCAPE STUDYJ , represents o beautifur forest scene, end ei young artist reclining beneath a tree making love to a eoy young country girl leaning over is neighboring keno. The engraving Mon heavy plate mtper. suitable for training. aud form oruntneut to any homo. It will be sent through the uost-ollice, safely efleasen tO etitA - subbariber who sends TWO DOLLAR:, to - 3LINTILIZ PUBLISHER OF SATURDAY NIGHV - Ý. 0. boa istg. . tuolanat4 oe Mmifn tt 31 ; :4. liMm , .., . , , , . ,,, ,, . , , , , . . , . .. , . . . '' ''''' '' . . - ' ' . . ' '''' '' .- ' ' - - '- ' - ,-,... --, , , . , . . . . .:,,:,' 1 - ' , i t . 1ALIGEST I - . Po E A ,,-, 1 Taw or el , , , 4 probably s it ,,, , . '."'4i i ..!, '' ' . ' - SENATOR ., . ', '' ,, al Lite Ural 41, 3 - ! THE Boa I, i,,,''.. : - . ' ' - ' 31oaday ati .; - - TILE fent: - ',' ; - house lot al ,:r-1.1 ,- . ' - - THE Bret ,,,, , 4 .. , , , Custom-11ot -4 1 . , , ' at live mitt' .'.-',' 1 , 11E. Jot .t. - elected Wit , , , , ,.. 1 , resignation , 3,, 1 i , ME. Al. B '.,;,. , 1 ,,.. ,, -'incinnati, ';'..., !-! , Ga., is visi ..;...!i, ! , '2. - TILE Boa 1 ,;;; . ?:. ants t noon. ;,,'1',-, ! ; '; Reis and el -!'7, ,1 ,' TREAsVit -!' :1 Stime tbe d t '; , l , i 31r. Pliiiip ":- '' assistant. ;1' ,;' - ' , Tux mai ..,.. .,9 ,- 1 31,116s deuni .'.,., vi i II. Y., is at , , ,L, - 1 ; te-literrovi. ,:. I 4 . :,.; i NUMBER the in mt,11 t ,. , , 'were males '-,,,,' ' of thew col F.!, ,, 1 , A NEW fe ",i'f , 1 i '. - developed 6,pronounci ; ,,-" il - .-..,v, .1 - Church on i4 , , - THERE v. 4;ç1..; 11 daring the ,..., Viliell Wel, "Y i , yt - from oid ag il A 3IARrt -,...,,,,,. i be given to . ', 9 1,1 to-worrew 1 ..,..4 4, , 14 :I ttenten app , 9,4, ;I '4, .,., i THE l'ar , I . ,- i, erection o f$,,,,, 4 4, 4. NV noos; ali '.1;!:.. ' worth ot eV ..4.1 f' of Eden Pa J.31.11At. ,,, k,!.,.;';'- ' Assiatant t Board. duct ..; ,..,, , - , - - Ile is very , ' v tylerk in Litt ,,--- , ' . - THOMAS i, ; . ' Third-tit1Jc - barge of s treigitt car. , 1..ourt he h9 '';', . 31u. J01111 .'''' dared by hi , ,-- ',"" his health. J r.4(''.', the ditforen ;',..4., , member, au IN the Bo ' v bilis to tuf read for the 4 , -.. , those conit '-' ,' mouths, au( -,,,, JAtiEs Jo ,... of cont,itiL. .,..,,,. ; brought hel , A,' , ' Terror" th v.-voi i , - 1,Vork-houN, , zv,, , , additiou to ":.!:, 'I HE Ltm ',,'', .,,,, 'zed last ev V.. lotto A nig J timith Isi. II ' '' ' McCoy. A. 7 ''' . ' Barr, Geo. J ,.,-.--, , A VERY it Court this !blest coint , , ,. , nem. and di ; ii- 1 of assault ,,,..t eellatieous :,.',.;', , in bebSiOn t JouN lin ,,,i, ., the Police ,'''';' with the gr worth abut -4, Berger. Bi -;,r iv ter 4420. Ile A 4L. of Conituou , v,, :' - JAMES 0' :13 gene heynt Conway an morning 1( corner of A went throl ' - ,i,,,, ,.,. . suing his i --- - Idea. IT Is pro! 4 ' - of Eden Pa ,, , '-,,,'f house to 1 v. , means to , ; which natu ,,t, I , Sv Sich is ii, place tor t v, undei main ,.;;14',. Park. . .. EtcHARD sent a dim ,,,. ,,-, . this mornii ' L.1";, ' open his sii outained ti been given be wit! cat ,,, , party start -,,,, rtetta Boat , 1,.e, , , THE Boa 1, ' neived the and expen ' CI'. . amount to: -, , , ';',..4 in toll amo . . lik2,628,68 m S22,003 81 h. i,!, ' tor the Dm y-, - . . - balance of .,,, . 1. - 'THE elel '.:1:,'-t r , Tale Clut Hotel las - cher was , - lerésting ''' ... ' ' Yale as II - t, - .. . ; marks we l'-,:: ' 3.)r. Morris '' ,'. , interestini -, krotessore ' ' ' - - the raduti ,vr- r 1 : - - g ''- , - ' ONE Of tl lain tuntu I. wits Tubb( :, , - - , Workinen i ,.:,. , , , reefed par . - - to a limb ' ' , 110 was tb ' teceived b , ,' . as taken - ared to the . . ' .7. , JANIE ir, . '' ' . Ilenrietta, '., -'-'' , - were arrai ' e morning of .. ; pair ot Is ' ' stand in Ci Ihe princii , v.- and sent t( :- '.. ZO days. I - i. .- Missed. ,-- , , , 11ICHAE1 ' . . 29th of kia '' -, ' ' concealed , ,, .. -- . grand lam - , v , , ;; 'the Police , w 9A charg ,, - - ,'.. '. , :Mounted - - . - , ,routthe Oi - , ,4.' Sib $151 tli ' . '',' -Was show , . ,,, a . was ace( -, : . charges. , , . , ; ; , tt , , - mmamnow e NSON,-- to 3,and. to 2 P. At. mond bt, , itute, fork,. ,; Mouu,11, largo :1; , I retateY1 , , !O 4 P. lit, a. m. to 1 'A from 1 to . ' de12-ly , - - 1. ,A, fat , breet, TI. ' ' 4; Deatsti tnd Ratio t tsrl.$ , NV, : , , , ST11EET.; -1 " , 11JT ST.. ' , i York. - k all porta I, (1v81.41. Ji136 . . 4 - amen at the King's Moun- ers, Lugiand and num, Let theoreople ,-.-417irly,I.;;ci'SLZ,,i-fitGi,-iiiiiii-ild-obio. Any inflammation. old anc corrupt sores, umouulug v,,..1,:ms log 11,-111 .. . - ' - Take Notice, Mr. Lick's Inconsiderate eruptions and sloughing wounds yield to it It suranee reform. , 7,tkt,180, nu b 'FAT CONTRIBUTOR'S" PAPEHP ' , : the Southern 'Railway, I fee3-13to I Vireue, The b e w Interest Law in North is nature,s faithful ally in the struggle. For Amouot of income for the 1 $289 reuently, and the Carolina, Poisoned by Hemlock, Ecole- Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises, Roils, Blisters, ing year, including te.h.LOO et. in , . . . , , , , . 'hursday seizing the sus- . Chafing, Poisons, Bites, Piles. Itching Tetter, PreMIUM )2"05 2,408,100 74 ' Now Is the time to subscribe for the '. '' siasticism, &Q. The latest news by tele spended him by the neck graph, the current news of the past week, Salt Rheum, Rheumattem, Neuralgia, Mumps, Amount of Expenditures for the , ,, , , he was ready to confess. "Gleanings for Grangers," progress of READ THIS TWICE Sore Throat, Coughing, Frosted Limbs, Chap- preeedlug year in cash ped Skin. Amount of premium now expend!: 1,165,049 00 ri-:- ! umemnati Saturday Night! '' ken down, his cóniession the Triton-Beecher trial, interesting local tures for the moceding year 490 MOO Dper witneases, and he news, Poetry, several columns of gen- . , Whoever Once flies It Beeenimends IL In witness whereof, I kave hereunto subs'eribed FAT CONTRIBUTOE." Editor. ,-, ie County Jail and deliV- --- , , THE POMADE OF COSMOLINE is equally my name, and ceased the seat of my oiling .. , . orities. eral news items, Odds and Ends, Hu. ; morons Gossip, as. Several short in- oTHE PEOPLE;i LEDGER" contains NO wonderful in ite sortie. detergent and healthful to be &nixed. tne daf and Year above WrIt The Best Literary and liumoroue Faintly Jour...1 ., Sarah Saunders and action on the glands and hair. Unlike animal ten. nal published Os Aniertesi, , -i terest g , p y d t rial pare in stories s le e i o Continued Stories, 8 Large Pagee,48 Colimins h t dd th b - ------' ' ' ' WIL F.'CHITECIL ' ' 4, three colored women, graphs, Personals, Spring Fashions, a or vegetable pomades. which aosorb oxygen, rgE 41,3 decompose. generate ea aa essroy e air, , , . Supegiiitendent SUBSCRIPTION ' OM a Teal in the Pollee Court this ,,, o o ee see NAMUR i Ch I Mi II Reading Matter every this never becoines rancid nor loses its rich per- .. . . , - . . , . . . large amount of interasting Liter r charge of stealing two - a " k to th ith article& from the pens of . Agricultural and Scientific reading, to- wee , ge er w fume. it cures all scalp diseases, keeps the Liberal Contracts made with men I i Pontage Pain by the Publisher. ,, 5-, !' ' ' hose from Li. Lazarus hair soft, glossy and free Irons gum. . --,- - . ... , ,,i.' - treet markeL Jane being h well-known writers as NESBY OLIVER gether with a fUll and complete Home tun , . oggm Ask for PLAIN COSMOLINE or for ot good records-none others need Each subsc riber from and after this date wilt . - the act was convicted, and Foreign Harlot find Financial Jim OP110, SYLVENUS COBB, Jr., MISS AL- CObALOLINE POMADE; 50 cents a bottle, . F apply. Previous experience in this receive as a giii,a magnificent engraving, 19.41 . ' . Work.house for a term of port,. asci, &O. , - . Gorr, WILL CARLTON, J. T. TROW Price 4 cents In wrappers, ready Sir BRIDGE, MARK TWAIN, do. with the above traue mark and name of E. . HOUGHTON Is CO.. Philadelphia. , business not necessary. incites, from the -celebrated oil painting eel and Henrietta were die- Sold by Druggists Conerally Rudeaug ertitled . mailing. . . - - THE LANDSCAPE STUDIr.! . , 5ENBACII, arrested. on the . trl will send "Me People's Ledg - tnaW-iv,S&W ' OHIO DEPARTMENTI.,101nrgrerLers auttneagiti.fuLturtrenl,att: . ,, a the charge of carrying , GO TO KEITH'S, 'II West Fifth street, er" to any address every week for T EGALState of Ohio, Hamilton County , . . - ' love to a coy young country girl leaning over o , pone, and soon after for and get a fresh shad for 25 to 50 cents three months, on trial, Con receipt of ,tj Charles Ii. Foote vs. Sophia Foote. No. Corner of Fourth and Raee Sts neighboring Imago 'The engraving is on heavy ' , bad big ease called up in ItPlenes arriving Mtn'', ' only 50 CENTS. 4-4,1;106.-To sophia Foote: You are hereby noti- , , .. . 't plate paper. suitable for training. and will . , tied that the said plaintiff will take the dep. - t this morning. Michael CINCINNATI: , , ', in an ornament to any home. It will be wilt ' r th having stoien a silver Di - ouumentois a ISpeolaity. "The People's Ledger" Is an old established coition of witnesses In 'this action, at the - - - ' , thrioniugh the post-office, safely en'eased, tO entAL -:- . , Mee of Jas. P. Betts, itt the town of.carthage, - ' ' ' ' ' -- subscriber wile sends TWO iniLLAILO to' - .4 l On the 24th of March ' ' and reliable weekly paper, publlehed every Jasper county, Missouri, on the Ist,day of May, , , ; , ... .. 4-- , . , ' . ;.".. . , .. :. .,. . , .. f Captain liesserole, and AMERICAN GRANITES. : Saturday, and is very popular throuhout tire A.D.,1075, between the Were of 10 A. M. and - -- ,' i , , A.. IVIINTILIZ GRISIVOI4 a the safe. No evidence 6 P. M., with authority to adjourn from day to A, 1.11d notanuilltl"altalÁttraED WHITE. 1 TIIPORTICit of Scotch , Granite. Monumental. IL IL and MiddleStato . Address, . - , , , : de, 'mail mulls gasoartione hive been token. , SAMUEL W4 JOHNSON Manager; , , ; -, , , , ,,. ,, ,, ,,IF. - , ',; , it be' was gulity,and he ;ly , diszaissed z ell both .,. , - , . CHAS, IL FOOTE, . ' . - - , ,' ' ' , ,' , -PUBLISHER OF SATURDAY NIGHVJ- , ibi REEKON L CURTIS, Publisher, , . B. Noma, Attorney, , , - . , :- - 1, IV VII QUIVILIATTD ' Caottar ,- - P.O. boa vbs. -.: . tanobulati,q -. - ' , , . , . . - ' . ''', ' . ' . ' ' . "I 47 . ' '' Igil 1180 " 11114 "I Walt I. 11 11t 104MALV li 0. 111 &IOW, St..010 tOL144111100 ANNA Mik Untie , , . j ' ... ' '. ' V 114444 t W . " . " P" A IIIVU'LlibL "lanaUt. , ... ', . 1 '''' idelt-til ', : - - - - '' . ' . . ,,., , . , , . , , . , . . ., . ,. , . ,, , ,, . , , , ., , , , ..p -.? ,', , ',', -,1.' :.' '', ''', ', :'-', ,:,,,.. ' -- 4 ',- '- cl ' ' ' ' LI' ' -.''' 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' - wEPNE8DA.y. ...... ....APRIL 14 through the oity, aud sot out. ou a tour ' 1 - Of New 'York,. . p-ir.,...--4- -,. ,.-' --, -awr-p-irl 'mamma sweets of the young actor. .. . .; !, :- thrall trh I ha tkrinnirtal Intnts21,rhicaluada . 1.1Q19P1 A a 41 rya a-4.; Fwa a - --.. . w-n -EF. .& 'KT wr limn. A ItriaTiri I , as ...RI v an through the principal thdroughlares. I 1 1"1 I M-11":".-1-'-" "I" MU.' FILAINIK FRANNIE 1 b011t a dozen of the crack drovers of the se26-1y,W&S Filois and Celli rat Arvenna SPATZ OP OBIO, INOURANOB DeNtaeiteer,1 I - In hie truly eausational drama by Vinton W; t .LAEGEST CIECLIATION IN THE CITY. city were tietailed to capture him sad COLVMHU, ifebroarY 1601 1015. bring hilts in, and the scenes that ensiled IXTUEREAS, The W ASHINVIIA LIFE N - --or Tityleure, hoe., entitled were decidedly amusing and somewhat Q T.D Q ctlitANLE.L,OMPAN Y. located at Now , Yorir, the State ot New York, Me tiled in ' SI. SLOCUM. n EVERY E VEN rNG and Baturdav Matinee. , me. ' ot sliirit LA4t1101S excitintr SHIRT , . , , , . , . . - - . . , . , . ,, , , , . . simsl, t , 4. Nio ,110117407 viwo, DEVOUnkre 51,, idt ii , 14 MILLINritY I filo lit 1,''r' 69.1 :,,,1 ,,Q1 fi. WES1 .4- 6