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It J I 1 1 , 'THE DAILY STAR. - aåTETRDA1; JUNE 12 LARGEST CIIICULATIoN IM THE CITY. . WBArBBB ir itzDicriatim ' , i,. - IIINOINNAI4 Saturdiy, JIMA IINoOn It will probably remain clear or fair, to-day ' sod te-morrow. ..,..---......... - '. ; - .1,0fAZ BBBYITIES. . ' - I A RESOIJUTION WW1 adopted in tbe Peara of Aldermen yesterday to supply the Davidson Fountain with ice for the -bandit of the public. - i DARWIN COLYIN, a young lad residing ,, 'with his parents on Gilbert avenue,Wal - 'put Iiills, has been missing from his - , Tome since Thursday. , Tux Union Church in Camp Washing . - "cin, which has been sold to the Metho-- , psi Episoopal Church, will be dedica Ved at 8 P. hi. to-morrow. ' i THE Friendly Sons of St.-Patrick will 'sleet this evening to take action on the . death of Ex-President Robert Hill, A lull attendanoe is requested. .. 1, Ix the Board ol Aldermen yesterday ein ordinance was passed to Improve Bellevue avenue from Auburn avenue io ' :--- Goodman street at a cost of 529,902 '20. 1 AT the meeting of the Board of Alder-' Teen yesterday an ordinance WAS passed ea protect the Fire Department, and Invest the Chief and Aseistants with tannin police powers. . I Mite- A. Wm:mu:YEN of Philadel , gala, and Preeideut of the Women's Nit , tional Temperanee League, will preach eine evening at the Walnut Hills Meth diet Church. - NAT KENNEDY; eighteen years old, , - lett her home at 29 Perry street, yester day, with a bundle in her hand, since ben she has not been heard -of.. The Police have been intormed. l Tux officers and members of the Grand Envision Sons of Temperanoè and the pubordinate Divisions meet this evening et the Odd-fellowe, Temple, to pay a last pribute to the memory oi the late John Sundry. - GEN. HICKENLOOPER yesterday ap geared before the Committee on Light land stated that the former Committee pads the contract under which the Gas Company is supplying . gas, planting lamp-posts, eto. , - A nun was discovered ebout 9 o'cloct laat night in the roof of the laundry on Wm eorner of Seventh and Plum streets. The lames were extinguished by an en . Peke The lose amounts to about Oa So alarm was sounded. , p Tam Board of Aldermen yesterday re Mitred to a special committee of three, III 00111100,4011 with the Solicitor, a reso lution oi the' Board of Improvements recommending the sale of the lot known as Lim Burnet Work-house lot, belonging ' la the oity, situated on Bellevue avenue, . , between Oak street and Auburn avenue. AT the rooms of the Y. M. C. A. the fallowing meetings will take place this evening and to-morrw atternoon and evening t Young Men's Uoion Prayer Meeting, led by Rev. R. IL Leopard, this evening, begiuning at 7:45. At CIO P. IL Sunday a class for Christian worjr ors, and at 746 tile usual Gospel and Inquiry Meeting Is held In the large hall. 1 Teta residence of an old man named C. D. Watier ,ii a mdcbinist and model maker, at 60 Longworth street, was en- , , tiered by a thief during his absence, and P50 and about the same-amount in notes . taken trom behind IDS bureau looking glass, where he had deposited It in a tin box. An entranoe had been effected by a ladder through a rear window. No .61:Seete. - .. . , 1 JUDGE Swim, of the United States trórt Yesterday sentenced John Priee, Was MIMS for telling counterfeit money, t6 three Years in- tre3 pepiten glary and a line of POO and costs. lie ' Pao sentenced Isaac 0. Treeman, in Bated for passing counterfeit money, to ' goo yeare imprisonment and 0, ffne of End costs. . DB. H. R. LENDERMAN, Director of ffints of the country, was at the Gibson Bosse last night. Congressman Sayler wait present, laboring to convinoe him Pat Cinoinnati should be the plaoe ter - Ithe location of the new mint. ite re aming here for several days, and will visit Indianapolis, Louisville, Chicago, - 1111. Louis and Omaha. ALENANDER IlimILTDN, known in reli ned nikeles, tiled yesterday of consumi gm ibt, his residence, No. 210 Richmond street. Mr. Hamilton, before there were log railroads, was a manager of stages ,,,,. le this city. Later he connected him oil with the Little Miami Railway Com y, acting tor several years as ticket ' nt. His funeral will take piaci from E late residenoe at 2 P. M. to-morrow. ' Tun examination of pupils in A grade, hatermediate, will commence on Monday the following order: Monday, geogra ley and rules; Tuesday, problems and Mug; Wednesday, grammar aud mu ; Thursday, mental exeroises. The , other grades of the Intermediate schools Pill he examined at tile same time. The Eautminations in tile Distriet Schools , OW commence one week from next Mon 1.11Å ' v,, .' , ' - P attrriNd was held last evening by libe Cincinnati lied Box Base-ball Clu,b, - . at Which they looted the following al lots Mad players: John Kathman, Prost. , fens; George Essig, Vice President and itswain; H. Penneman,- Secretary and aseurer; Jelin Katliman, pitehert ' II. enneman, catcher; Geo. Essig, short flap; M. Sigel, first base; John Mulligan, ;Td base; Tom Meagher, third Num; amer , center tield; John SwaddY, light lield; Oscar WIIIIA08, left natl. , AT the meeting of the Board of Alder neao yesterday the following ordinances ' !ererepassed: To appropriate 0,470 for , rty condemned to open Park ate - ' CPMount Hope; $03,600 to .defray city peesses for the months ot April, May pi June, 1876; $1,476 to pay for toot ' ridge at Wade street; $2,997 58 to pay ' '' yet broken stone lor McMillan street, - -. for contract with John T. Wright; 0'4- . . 111 05 OE account of Gest street contract ' - Pith Frost, Stearns & Co. - , v TRU driver' of a wagon belonging to Aadtpregg & Roth, yesterday afternoon . )1 1 t 4 o'clook drove a team into 'the river - Otto foot of Bresid way street for the e of watering them., In trying to . trrthem around they got entangled , . the &ernes., and getting beyond , depth floated down the stream un , Ter tbe guards of a steamboat. One of . The horses was drowned. Some men - miseuecr the- other by Jumping into the - Inter and cutting the harness. ' '. tent following is the programme for '' Ph Eden Park concert to be conduoted " lig Prof. G. Seideasticker, beginning this eon at It o'clock: L Overture, , tell, Anber; I. Aria, opera Le , ' pee de Nuremberg, Adam r & Popu - Potpourri, Martha, Plotow; 4. Con - Alert. Gallop. Spring, -Blade: L Over rere; taritrina,- Wallace; 2. Grand Be. setioue, Aida, Verdi; (compiled and sr. ..osed by 0, ht. Currier); 8. Concert r Lingementt litrants; Ponta. Leeoeq. lialL D'UchANAN, Pretident of the Wood of Direetors of the Boring Grove Poreeterý moot orepiy Se the Auditor 4Wlit W the UAW& the above Asset) lotion, on the grounds that the institution was established for the publio good, deriving no benefit there from. that the United States Govern ment' owns a. portion' ot these grounds and kept in order by the institution .without expense to the Government; and that the Legislature of Ohio, in granting the charter, provided that all receipts be applied exclusively to pay the necessary expenses. The total which the Board claims should be returned is 961,61fi 94. BELLTHFULNESS , A distinguished Physician says! " After a careful examination of Dr Price's Cream Ba king Powder, 1 am satisfied that it is a whole some and valuable preparation, with which bread and other articles may be prepared suit able to a weakened and disordered digestion. have introduced it among my patients, and have yet to learn of the first instance where a convalescent patient could not indulge in warm biscuits made with it and feel the bet ter for IL Sour milk and Saleratus will not, 1 hope, be longer used to polilon the stomach and corrupt the blood." Dr. Price's Special voring Extracts, as well as his Cresin Baking Powder, have gained their popularity and ex tensive sale from their perfect purity and un varying quality. , ROBINSON'S GREAT SHOW.. , T E .GREATEST, GRANDEST, BEST, And eonfeseed by the Public and Prose the I , EMI gillift Gil Till WORLIII Containing the most wonderful novelties that a vast fortune can command from every dime in EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND AMERICA I JOHN ROBINSON'S rr : World's Exposition! EMBRACING A MONSTER HERD OF LIVING 'ELEPHANTS, A MOST COMPLETE MENACERIEp AQUARIUM AND monELexncus, and Inclined Plane Railroad to attend sale will be furnished free of charge .., by the Auctioneers. fit k . tr4,t, 1 - - ' A rams Lmgca will be on the ground. Title perfect. For Plats and e(rIP( Nol ft it:: further particulars call on li ' , s. ' 1 1,4141, t HEMMELGARN & CO., 448 Main, Street) A. C. HORTON, 68 West Third street. . ,, --- ' . Jc12-2t WILL EXHIBIT IN CINCIININTA.rrit At the foot ot LINCOLN AVENUE (Freeman , Street)? MONDAY, JAME 14011 AIM CONTINUE oNE WEEK ONLY. " The Greatest Show on Earth, 9 le the universal verdict accorded this monster .concern, and it is without a rifal In the annals of tbe amulement world. MONDAY, JUNE i4thl 1759 Will begin a carnival week yinparalieled in the history of popillar entertainments. Doors Copen at 1 and 1T P. M. Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents. tmtainD TABLES.- SIGNIFICANT NOTICE. Billiard Table Manufacturing. CIERTAIN VENDERS OF BILLIARD WARLS (whose similarity of mune may possibly ensnare the unwary) having audit, (noway advertised themselves as "the largest in the world" (which they probably aro as humbugs, certainly not as mailers of Bill lard Tables, their entire premises eomprising a quarter section in the roar end of a stens, "entrance In the alley;17, this is to inform the public that the only ANUFACTURER OF BILLIARD TABLES in the city of Cincinnati is the old reliable Arm, The J. M. Brunswick & Balks Company, 24,0. 0, so and JV West itialh Strew, And that they are not reeponsiblefor, nor con nected with. the hoax aforesaid. They are yet to be found. as hitherto for the bast twenty yetzs, at their Aloes connected with their Mammoth Steam Factory, at the above address, where they are always pleased to meet intend ing purchasers and their old friends and cus tomers. This is the only place In the city where their business is cominetect, and persons need ing anything in their line eau not be too vigi lant in avokting specious representations, cal culated to deoteve, nor too careful in noting tbeeorreet address. This firm enjoys the ABSOLUTE AND SOLE RIGHT to eel' the famous PHELAN & COL LEN DER PATENT COMBINATION CUSH IONS (whiell have the .undisputed reputation of being THE ONLY durable and accurate Billiard Cushions-8144:1:i the Northwest and South. They can, Dot obtained anywhere else in Cincinnati, and vertisemente or state-. moots conflicting with this fact are flagrant falsehoods. , , The Standard Novelty Table (so much ad mired) IA their own patent, and they reserve the exolusive rent to make them. Don't mistake the number, name and street. Tke J. 11. Bretswkk & Balks Company, , 10 and 12 W. Sixth St., bet. Main-and: Vaijint Stn. nein Anti, O . , ' 131( 3LIIVIMA taGI-ATLN Az C0.9 448 Main Street, and 33 V A C 0 ri IT 0 W No. ,Q8 West Third Street, ItEAL EsTATE AGEavurs Zic AITCYrIONBEIUS. Zoological Rfarden! S50 CASH AN-D $5.0 A YEAR, OR $1. PER WEEK WILL BUY A 1-1 IVI M CONTINUED SALE OF 162 LOTS IN TALLANT'S SUBliIVISION, Adjoining the Fine Residence of Bon. kinleS Li Haven, pis- IF Co 3IR, 911 A.-Sr MNIT , IMMEDIATELY OPPOSITE the ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN on the NORTH A T'...11 C T LO,N. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE .15, .A. 1 0 0 C 0 C , WM be sold at Auction, on the premises, Z62 Lots, varying in size from 100 to 200 feet depth. Good Schools and Churches convenient. Access by Mount Auburn and Inclined Plane Railroad. - TERMSOnly $50 cash and $50 each year, or only $1 per week until paid for, with interest at 6 per cent., payable' annutlly. Every Lot offered I will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder. $10 will be .required ois" Rata ,1 o Ea A issftesall on". rm 11-.6 aolta Virl.mta Ivo Mrrran rihnrn On each Lot as a deposit to secure the pale. Tickets by Mount Auburn RATS. .A.LEI TEEM LATEST STYLES STRAW, SILK and FELT ILATS,, MARTIN'S, 42 FIFIEL STREET. A large stook of STRAW RATS of every, site, quality and style, for men's and boys wear, resolved this week. lt CITIZENS' INSURANCE CO-. FIRE ANE; MARINE Southeast Corner Third and 'Walnut Streets, titnotaisati, Obi Assets $124,619 75 Liabilities 2,945 46 Capital and Surplus --CACI,' 29 LEWIS GLENN, President. JNO. B. ABEENATHY, Secretary. J. R. BALE, Surveyor. Din 30Cgrt5ItS: A. ERKIWBRVILIZR, 'LIMB GLENN, Geo. W. Sumor, J3. ElatiN. JAMBI MO KINSIIAN, Wit ITN, P. IdARMET, GIO H. PROOTZU JAME IL LAWS. jo8-4t,Tu,Th,SEM WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN OOLD. DACOSTA'S RADICAL CURE for Dyspepsia at fectually curie constipatkon, heartburn. water brash, low spirite, lOS8 of appetite, assists di gestion, tones up the storaachoand as a hver regulator has no equal. A few doses will re lieve, and little perseverance permanently cure the worst cases. J. D. PARK & SONS, Comer Fourth and Walnut, Cinel nnnati, O. dandies and Fruits. bir SOCINIIES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, &c., intending to give Picnics or other enter tainments can be supplied with pure American and French oandies, oranges, lemone, &e., by WM. FISCHER, southeast corner Sixth and Walnut streets. Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled. my19-3ni, MIAMI VAILLEY SAVINGS BANK. 38 West Third. 'treat (In Masonic Temple). ÐEPOSIDAS aro requested to aend in their books between theist and tOth of July, that the interest due them may be entered therein. All money deposited on Or before July let draws interest at the rate of 6 per eent. per an num from that date. W. B. DODDS, Treaslr. EAINTER'S MANUALA Complete free tical Goble to all Branehes of fainting, , 50 centla hook of Alphabets for Painters, Drauxlitinnen, &e., be cents. Book of Scrolls and Ornamente, M. Watchmaker snd Jewel ers' Mandel. 50 cents. fiqap-Makers, Manual, 95 emits. Model Letter Writerk Practical Rides for writing letters, deets, receipts, mortgages, wills, &e.. &e. Price 50 dente. Any of the above sent on receipt or prim, post-paid. Addles' ALFRED WA Bookseller, 219 Central avenbe, Cincinnati, O. ana-ly-Th.84 Tu 1 STYLISH HATS THE Pi,A0E TO BUit THEE, HENDLEY'S, FIFTH NEAR CENTRAL HOU& me26-!yWaS Solder:2 Celebrated Bitter Cordial IMPARTS i3TEENGTH TO Tale STOMACH, vitality to the bowels, stotiritý to the liver and hea'th to the kidneys. As a tonic it is superior to &DI other compound, and 16 & curative &gap t for dyspepsia, nervosa& debility and prostra tao, diarrhoea, fever and ague, loss of appetite, sleeplessnese, nausea, toot is sourpuss& los sale by dt uggiste rineranys at SI per lapt. tie JOICif 1046114N, General Agent. apS-10t,Th,b,Tu Q0r, blith twoa atout Mee , REAL ESTATE AUCTION SALES. --AND-- Alt viir FRUIT PRESS. A G- NTSWANT TO SELL BROWN KNECHT & KEMPF'S Improved American FRUIT AND JELLY PRESS, 'With Patent Detachable Cup, (Patented May 11, um.) The Ou ly Complete Jelly Press Made, AND OUTSELLS ALL OTHERS. Our Improved Patent Cup iA the ONLY PER FORATED CUP MADE WITH A TIN BOT TOM to prevent She Beetle and pulp from get ting into the Juice of tile fruit; andcan be read ily lifted off to remove the pulp and cleanse lt. ONLY.. OIL EACH. , Every Faintly wants one. Liberal Discounts to the Trade aud Agents. Bend for troilism and terms. BROWNt KNECHT KENPF, MOB- UM AND 191 WADE liTRENT, OHIO, Bole Proprietors and Manufacturers of the Im pmved American Fruit and Jelly Press, with Patent Detachable Cap with tin bottom. Jelo-StahltS - e JMUJEIADI-1'EAINT Steamship Agency. i DASSEHOER TICKETS BY ALL THE Drinsinai steamers sailing from blew -York to Liverpool, London alio Paris, Steerage and 11110011 at very Iast rates, payable In Currency. FEED. WITTE, Jr., & CO No. 9 Bast Third sireet, Cinoinnati, O. Dewl-tv,TudThl Ldook rut 'This riALT, and examine tbe best WINDOW ki SEIADIZ, sold at ei 75 per pair, cott miffs, at Matt CASON'S, Yourth ettftt, oppo site Grand Hotel. Wail Paper of an styles 5 Fla CZNI. Lisa it, teen at ant ntber stgre ikkh city, .:. ANDREW" Á. M 10.14SON, ' ' enocesaor le Ittrwbod Mlicson, . No, tr,0 West ou street, Oppotite Grand Motel, duns lusher& 4,TuTh,M1 LOW SHOES AT L9W PRICES For Gentlemen and Boys; Just the thing tor the, hot weather, at rorrEws Shoe Store, 156 West Fifth streets it --Children's Carriages. 'rho Chen Rent and 13emt Improved Clot,bwrinsters and Wilsons, 84daveri"Adoioderl' andtWArTrItrireLlit , otrevt. keiElo luta21-8m,Sal , , , - ' "'s t , , MILLINERY., J., "WiE1313, jr., , , 154 Wild Fifth treet, JUST RETULZIED FROM NEW YORK the third time this season, and now åpening the latest styles ot Parasols and Millinery Goods, Black ham White, Drab and Blaok French Chip Bats, by the case, dozen, or single bat. A beautiful assortment of Fine French Flow ers. Corset, Hat, Sash and Bonnet Ribbon in every shade and color by the box, piece or yard. All Bilk Windsor Ties, We; Straw Goods from Mc each to' the finest grades to baled from. Milliners supplied at lowest prices. J. WEBB, Jr., 154 Fifth et. la , '10!,413;?z, ,Iii,,, zi.otar.ii,i141m . , 41;1 !, 4 Ltzt 1; Earl i 1LI, '..,, d 111.1f: '1,11 i HI, I i'rqj 1 11; 11 11'111 11 .1', ,' ' T'It4, ItiK 11 1,1 ' itbrliTirlq. '' fli I'l :at ,' 14 065 I I . lisMI;,! ,L1 iqt e 1 i 1,11 i , 101' ' t It 61 lop ,1,,,t - ,-,...114 11, nii,430 ill i;: , flirt 4 1 .4. eq,.: latti- I i 11 I , t 71 ita II ,!ti 1..tC tte ;41 1. o1,1 IQ, i 1,11 1 10;.t , 111 II lop '111!.& 4,11:11.4304 tor4 4 ;pk. 11 ra 'CC tte ;41 4.1 1.11111h141111 0,4 ..4...;10111r 1 ukriAJ-bm-claw MIA1VII VALLEY SAVINGS BANK, 38 W. Third St.. North Side. (Between Walnut and Main, la the Masonic , Temple.) . - CHARTERED under the LaW3 of the State, October 28th. Ma Deposits of ONE DOLLAR and upward re ceived and interest paid thereon. Vt. B. DODDS, Treasurer.- my22-11m,S,M&W USE NICIIOLS' PATENT WASHING NADE EASY ! S C) r14 S 41L P Ask Your Grocer for It. NICHOLS' PATENT SOAP COMPANY, Ell and 80 Canal street, Dear Vine. ap11-20t88t IV s EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY, Col Baca and Longivorth. je12-115t,Myr SYlIACIISE COAL, EXCELLENT FOR FAMILY USE, AT OUR ELEVAToR, at Se per buena; Delivered at 10e per beehel. YOUGHIOG RENY, CAMPBELL'S CREEIL ARO CANNEL - Also for Bale at the LOVahT RATES. A.. tic Cr.W.Ttoss, U5 Vine street, . Northwest corner Fifth and Mound, Florator, Fifth and Freeman. . ' ap24-6mS,TuStTh GRIFTITHS' CENTRAL TEA STORE, N. W. COIL FIFT11 & CENTRAL AVENUE, WHERE YOU CAN GET Good Strong Black Teas, at 40e, 60e, 80e and $1 per pound. Good Green Teas, at 60c, 80c and $1 per pound. Choice Green and Black Teas, at 80c and $1 per pound. Best Japan Teas, $1 per pound. Dealer in Fancy and Staple Groceries, and the Best Brands of Family Flour. R. GRIFFITHS, N. Cor. Fifth & Central Av. apW-8bnau,ThIcS GEO, a MILLER & SONS; 19 and 21 WEST SEVENTH STREET. CAJEI3EtIAA311- New and Elegant Styles fa the Greatest Variety. - We Patent BIDE-SPAR WAGONS a specialty. ' mylp-thStu REDUCED RATES VIA 'rhe 13altimore and Ohio , Alin Marietta anti Ciaeinnati Raitioad Ce. WiARINGTÖN, $10. $10. PHILAIDELPITIA. $11. t IILW YORK, IL Tickets good nutillUmed. Tlek, sieeping secommedatIone and further 1 formation ean be obtained at No. Burnet Ouse, and M Plipn-etreet Depot. T. IL SHARP, - W. Vir. P1DADDDY, AL of T., B. It O. It. IL Gen. Supt. IL It C. lielg-tfl REDUCED RATES. Pan-Iiandle IL loute. 1411 YORK PR ADIMIRiA $14 00 .10 00 BA TIMOR& 6 00 ill ASIIIIi(i1014 0 00 niall-tf JAROS fume havq been realised lit Wall street front mall investmeitie la SLock rIvileges. IOU sbares ut isny rods bought au deposit of taBO. Pamphlele giving method of operating tre SIMPSON DkRBAGILL , - - P. O. Box SIM Bankers and , 6i 14964way, Cor.01 in ottoes, Ifew York. , AMtTSEMENTS. Grand fitittera-Iionne , THURSDAY, FRIDAYJ and SATURDAY, and SATURDA1 MATINEE. PiMITIVELY LAST PERFORMANCES;, Tony Pastor's , Mar Troupe 1', ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. ' ' ENTIRE CHANGE 0 if pliOGRAmmal: ,i a El7MIWYTICIIINGE S11QW,d All the Stars aprp5oacrilauAleitin their eelebrato4 MATINEE SATURDAY. Reserved Seats at Hawley's. MT. AUBURN GARDEN.) GRAND OPENING CONCERT) SUNDAY,JUNEISUI,1875,1 BY GliMMANIA 13ANId ' BEIDENSTICKER Leader. Cart leave Fifth and Main for the Inelinedk Plane, taking passengers to within two squarW of the Garden. It J. B. N ILEB, Prop'r. Opening of a Bununer-Oardeni, pins EVENING I will o: en Iny Gardoul I with the Liberty Cornet Baud. ,Lverybodpi is respectfully Invited by C. HALM ER,.Proprietor, it No. 819 W. Sixth at., bet. John and Stnith.1 TO PICNICHERS THE NICEST THING TO TARE FOR A.' LUNCH IS SNIDER'S MIXED OAKES OR Mixed Fancy Biscults. terb Try them. myS9-ttliaTit uctilo ATTJENTION 1 PICNIC COMMITTEES 8 'CALLED TO THE BEAUTFFUL GROVNI of the Harietta and Cincinnati Railroad, Oakley,12 milos trOM Cincinnati. The groun are well shaded, and good water la plentit To add to these attractions, a fine Ganda Nattorm &lid sheltering Buildings havejus been eroded. These improvement make the moat pleasant Grove in the vicinity of Cm einnati. For terms (which are very re able) apply to W. H. LANKASTER. M. of T. M. and C. R. R., Corner Pearl and Central avenue. my26-W&S,tf - WA AffAto A vintultesp unnAnti LonA Pt We offer a number of second hand PP twos cheap for cash or on easy monthlyl payments. D. H. BALDWrN & COL., ' 158 'W. Fourth street,. ' ja15-1y-Tualbt8 Spiral. Spring Mattresses' Made to order tar 1 ' -11 EN DOLLARS, ' 1 , (it.' -A11,, Bend for s Doloripthe ' , v. lov Circular. il - P. Z BECISTig ,, 502 Vine Street, i I All Work Warranted. . CINCINNATI, CP:1 j438-6m.Th.B1M - Go where, you can get goo(i Clothing. , Where?' fivitY.tPÉIAGUE &CO.'S CORNER FOURTH AND VINE. ap27-211 LAO 13 AIN IA, , . Wags and Iron Pavement PRICES GREATLY REDUCEIV THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 'MADC lam' EXCELLED EY ANY FOE DURA4 111 BIL1TY, appearanee, and ILO. Bee Sin..1 an's Buildings, on Vine and Fifth streets Mitchell it nantinelsberg Furniture Co. Budd ing, on Fourth streotL McMicken Buildings o mn street; tmioes Block on Front street, a many others. Manufactured by , ti e S IZANKIN CO.,' Architectural Irma Works, - no8-TukS,ly Smith side Pearl st. near Plum. f.; TO ORDER; FROM MNDIUM TO FINEST (MAMA; FULL LINES IN STOC. ko Of our own Manufacture. i 1 WILSON.13110oi'.. 79 Fourth Streot r , 1 CINCINNATI, (PIKE0SOPERA HOUSE); And Itios. and 09 Washington Chicagie, Lft204YAMAW1. , - ray24-8m-TuTh&S - . -N T EGAD NOTICILSusan R. Knox, of Newk i ILA York City, will take notice that on the 8 ' day of July, A. Di ISIS, the depositions of Samuel G. Cabe!), and divers other witnesP will be taken on behalf of the plaintiff, and t said defendant S. G. Cabe U. to be used as old., deuce on the trial of a cause pending in th Superior Court of Cincinnati, Ohio, No. 81.511 wherein Flora B. Cabe II is plaintiff and th said Susan R. Knox and others are defendanteal at the office of J. J. Coombs, corner of Ill Seventh streets, Washington City, D. C., tween the hours of eight o'elock A. ht. and a olclocX P. M. of said day, and the taking of the same will be adjourned from day to day, b- tween the same hours, tgitil completed. - 4 J. W. & G. D. KEY and !S ' BROWN & DUSTIN', ' il jelbdtill Attorneys tin Plaintiff. s. I :off B. R. STEVENS IRON 411(ail ItA Iftlaulda ft' triort sictiZr47 A ha ,......., Jr- nuages, Cabs. Omnibu 4 JIM :31e4glitti kat"? ure Wagobs, WA are eoliths at exesediusly low rates. Rep mg done at 'Sort notâce, ani kt. Amp Rricelk Iv 111. ; 1 , . . . 0 . ... . -, . ., , ... .. . 1 : ' , '' : , - - - .. , , . . - . , , . 4 . , " , ',' - - ,:, ,t ,, , 1 ,' , TITE - 8,. ' DATUM - 'titaaitil ..- -,4 WA Out .-2:.. i It will p ' : 1 - t-, awl to-mot , . . ; ,... -,,. , -- I IL torst .' 4 ,.. t Beard of '1, ,,, the Davit i,,,,4 -, tenelit ol ,, , , I DARWI .. : i . With hie 1 ' : , 1, '' lout 111111 ' t ', 1 Nkomo sin, Tux 111 , 4. ' - ' Non whic I, - - pits Epla : .!,, atto at 8 k ,,-;' ' , ' t Tux Fr tweet this , death of lad etten -,;, ,' t ' - ' 1- l, ix the , , plu ordin 4 diellevue '.'t-'' .- 4 . ' : Goodmat ' '1., l ' t , , r AT the ,,, ' - '' wen yeet C,,,- ''., , . te protec i - 4. . . invest Ili -!.;-;: l ' aartain p ;. ,.,,,,!-. ." . 1. 111, , to:Likes-add Would Te , 4 , , ,i,, . , . thie even - '-, - diet Oliu t ! 1 F v,,,.. 4 - NAT II t t I tett her b l',C ', . day with , , P '... 4 1 when she '' -i. - .-- .1 Police ha I. 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