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I.,' "Iris BEsT HATED, TA LE ,WAREI SATITHDAY - JULY 10 , public religious services in Robinson's ' IN CINCINNATI, . - Opera-house to-morrowSunday morn- y- pr s 0 .0 0 (3 - LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TIIE CITY. at 11 o'clock, and continue them N107 PATITEartNS! Low preicus: loung each Sabbath morning during the AT LAKE CHAUTAUQUA! imice aiiii1141 - SP4DONS9 vox3as st , summer mouths, or until cool weather' 'MERE IS NO INLAND WATERING A .11 I A Imp rd ' THE Any STAR. VA JULY 10 SATITIMAY LARGU,ST CIRCULATION IN TIIE CITY. ' ..:',BOCAL BREVITIES. , . , TH11 Board of Aldermen has paesed a "," 'restitution authorizing the Mayor to or der the doge muzzled. ' ' - THE Board of Trade resolution on ' Buena Vista stone were indorsed by the Afflormen last evening. REv.-J. S. CUADWICK, Of Louisville, - wilt deliver the opening sermon at the Camp-tbeeting, near Loveland, next " Tuesday- , ," THE'old case of James S. Vine against the Andes insurance Company has been ." settled by the delendaut agreeing to pay the judgment given by the last jury and the voste. - . Tux stable of Mrs. E. Tonnies, who - keeps a grocery at the corner of German street and Walker Mill road, Twenty first, ward, was entered last night and a set of harness stelen. JoHN Laxa, charged with forging the sigeature nu note tor$33, was arraigned .in the Police Court this morning and had bis ease continued till next Wednesday. - Lis bail was fixed at VW. Tux Council Committee on Water. works investigation 'failed to obtain a ..quorunt Met night on actount of the ab sence oi the short-hand .reporter. Ad journed to meet Tuesday evening. Tux City Solicitor inlormed the Alder luau last evening that the Fourth of July appropriations were illegal, and the Al - pdernienwill now probably zo down in tbeir pockets for their share 6-f that $250. J. C. PRESCOTT, J. O. Sigan, F. M. -Cozad, T. M. Breeden and E. Mitchell have organized the Western Railway and Construction Company. The cap!- . tut stoek le $400,000, divided into $100 -shares each. EDDIE VANDERLIES, an eight year old boy, was run over,by a milk wagon yes Iterday a,teritoon, on Wade street, be , tweet' Elm and Canal. and received some ,bevere injuries. The driver of the wagon was not arrested. Tux trotting race of mile and a half beats, three in five, at the Carthage k'air Grounito yesterday- afternoon, between , Jake Keauber's "Little Jbe," Lew. Ben ' utnger's "Joe Lawrence," and J. Pin . "Horse Sheer Girl," was woa by -"Joe Lawrence." , "Tux City Solicitor bas deolded that the pollee force deed not come under the operatitni of the Worthington law, as - ' tee cobtract with them wins made previ ous to the passage of that taw. They will therefore be given- their back pay for May and the first bait of June. Ilxv. S. K. LEAVITT will lead the Young Blea's Prayer-meeting this evening,, at 8 o'clock. Tee Christian Workers meet at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon, to discuss an interesting subject. The Gospel meet ing to-morrow evening will be addressed by Sainnel J. Lowry and C. IV. Cole. BRYANT'S MINSTRELS give their clos. ing perlormances tt.-day. There will bo tee usual matinee this afternoon, and with the evening's entertainment Omit engagemeet wilt terminate. Their visit ' lune has b::en highly successful in every way, and allerds proof of their universal popularity. A LITTLEthree year old daughter of , Lieutenant James Sargent, of tee TWen tyIirsI, Ward Station,while crossing the - street et die corner of Freeman and Sar gent streets, last evening, was run over by a street car and horribly mangled. both of her legs Were 80 badly crushed as to render amputation necessary, and it le thouget that, sue can not, recover., TIIE alarm of fire from Box 96, at 9:30 o'clock, IN' LIS in response to a bre DI Henry Reinhardt's tailor shop, No. 589 , Race street, above Liberty. The lire Was , caused by the explosion of a gasoline lamp, aud would have become dangerous bad it not ,been tor a Mr. Feldman, who burst open thu door and threw the burn Aug lamp into Lite street. The fire was :putout before tee, arrival of the engines. Loss tattling. -, THE fuueral 'of Mary Koehl, the un fortunate woman who hung herself at Reading, took place yesterday morning, -attended by most ol the grown popula tion ot the village. Rev. George Bach-man, pastor of tee Lutheran Church, , held the funeral services. All the young men specified in the letter were pelt-bearers. Ben. Lichtenberg, her lover, took his plaCe at the head of the coffin, but wee soon overeome by ids grief and . hadto be takeu away. , The design or these services IS to reaen ample and comfortable accommodations Olin be "1"" '10"1" Tint Board of Aldermen has waged a as far as possible that large class of peo- had as at Lake Chautauqua this season. Ail restitution authorizing the Mayor to or- pie who are not in regular attendance the old hotels have been enlarged and im- iho : WA 1011 do, tho don, o. lod upon church services. and to instruct 13.mvOLand, a large and magnificent hotel jam - A wssiON containing the tell-year old son anti eight-year old daughter or Mr. Bode, Treasurer of Sycamore township, - came in collision with another vehicle at the corner of Buckeye and Vine streets last evening, and the children were thrown out, receiving serious 'Wu ries. They were taken to Ur. Fishburit's residence and their itljul les atteuded. to. The cause of the eminent was the run ming away of the horse attached to the, -wagon iu which they were riding. WILLIAM GERKEMEIER2 section handl on the M. tt C. Railroad was killed yes terdHy afternoon by a gravel train near , East tAmminsville Station. lie waif en-1 gaged in tightening the bolts that attach the rails, and stepped hack to let an up soing 'train pass by, when he was run ' over by the gravel train backing down. Bis head was severedirom the body, which was terribly mutilated. Coroner Maley held an inquest, and a verdict was returned in accordance with the facts above. censuring the road for run ping trains backward at the rate of Of , teen miles an hour. Gerkemeier was 49 years of age and leaves a wife and one Tbe deceased will be interred this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Spring ' Grove Cemetery. Balm-Dan. - The long antiolpated game between , the Stars and the Lud lows will take place on the grounds of the latter club, at bali-past three o'clock, this afternoon. If the weather is favorable a great crowd will no doubt be present, and as there has been talk of serious disturbances, - , Sheriff Percival will have a special de . tail of men on hand to preserve the peacte. -1dr. Walsh, the trst baseman of the Olympics of Louisville, has been chosen as Umpire by the Captains of the two nines.- The Covington street railroad - pub an additional number of cars 'upon its line to accommodate the travel to and1rOm the grounds. - Pool selling was lively at the Gibson House last night, the Ludlows at first - being the favorites at odds of $50 to $40, - but the last pools sold at $100 to $70 in favor of the Stars. The following are the names and striking order of both - clubs: ' totdloweBaker, r.1 Warner, e. s.; ' ad; Jones, lst; Mason, 2c1; Burke, f.; Taylor, c.; Williams, p.; Stiles, e. Y.; Abberdu and Walker substitutes; Jones. Captain. Stare---Cummings, e. a.' Maley, I. f.; Prather, o.; Buchanan Cf.; Ernst, lst; Streit, 2d; Shoup, 8d; 'Moog, p; Snod grass, r. f.; Hanks and Sommers, substi tutes; Ernst, Captain, , - , 1 veGuilo. d,....,,,,.t.yesAru I moolroutw , lot We deal:s1 I from him l'Ouottiry tuteei Ernst, captain, 1 --, mow, ,avtabzist 11 . Sobertafiele Congrogation The Tabernacle Congregation, Rev, Henry A.,Moote, pastor:will resume , public religious services in Robinson's Opera-house to-morrowSunday morn. lug at 11 o'clock, and continue them on each Sabbath morning during the sumtuer menthe, or until cool weather, when two Sabbath eervices will be held. The design of these services IS to reach as far as possible that large class of peo ple who are not in regular attendance upon church services, and to instruct and benefit and elevate the people by a omewhat more popular demonseration ot the lesson of Gospel truth and of life. In addition to these public services, the Congregation will engage, daily, in a general home missionary work among the poor, the sick, the neglected, the sorrowing and the sinful of our city. The Congregational singing, at the public services, w be led, as is an titmice& by a band of brass and reed instruments. and will be a grand and au attractive feature in the public gather ings. ,Spetseer C. Reeves Explains. Mr. S. C. Reeves explains that in the excursion of the bth he had nothing to do with the dining arrangements, that part being rented out to another party, and as he did not get the receipts, of course he could not be expected to re turn the money to persons who paid for their dinner and were too backward to step up and eat. lite Worthington Late Dodge Killed. The Board of Aldermen yesterday af ternoon quietly tispatched and interred President FitzgerahPs scheme tor evad ing the Worthington law, in regard to the Board of Improvement bills, by in. definitely postponing action on the reso lutions, only two members voting against the postponement. The plan of the proposed dodge, as adopted last week by the Board of Coun cilmen, was, it will be remembered, to pay the laborers under the Board of Im provements dobble wages until their claims against the Board had been liqui dated. 1 Building Permits. The following permits were issued since our last report: George Pfeil, repair three-story brick on corner of Sixth and Sycamore streets; estimated cost, M. ' J. C. Roth, two-story brick at No. 10 Oehler street; estimated cost, $7,000. E. Troy, repair two-story brick on Au burn avenue; estimated cost, 8500. . Marriage let co itses The following marriage licensee were issaed since our last.report: Jacob Fritz and Kate Barce. Nicholas Ludwig and Emma Rust. L. 31.1Iilmor and Sallie M. Cleminer. Alek. 31. Smith and Iva N. Crain. Jacob Schleaz and Louisa Hem Oliver Switzer and Kittie Farrell. - Pat McCalfcry and 3Iaggie Murray. Jos. B. Eveslage and Bridget Clancgy. Thos. Carr and kiary A. Butler. Mortuary Becord Bernard Buschmoller, 27 years, Germany. Antonio Rosenacker, 42 years, Germany. Anton Loreker, 11 months, city. , Catherine Westeraaturn, 0 years, city. Joanna nacho, 17 mouths, city. Nary Butler. 02 years, Irelano.. - ' Andrew Holt, 23 years, Pennsylvania. E. K. Shrews ury. 25 years, Pennsylvattia. Robert Pettus, years, Tennessee. Win. Thompson, xf years. Wheeling, W. Va. Anna Tilieleman, 8 mouths, city. Berman Webling, 3 months, city. Henry D. Huntington, 14 months, city.. - Taeresia Gokens, 2U years, city. Ella P. E. Lerman, 5 years, city. Elizabeth Bauer, 14 111011L118. CitY , r ' Alice Met;ann, 44 years, Ireland. 2he Weekty Star. This week's WEEKLY STAR la nOW ready. It contains the usual amount of intcresling newsy and spicy - editorial paragaphs, leading editorials on Japan; the .National Birthday; the Mexipan Frontier; Long Trials, &e. The conclu sion of the Tilton-Beecher trial; how the Fourth was kept here and elsewhere; the latest news by telegraph; a brief summary of tho news of thei past week; crop: prospects; correspondence trent several different points; a large amount of local matter of general interest; re ligious intelligence; several short inter esting stories. Odds and Ends;liumor ous Gossip, Poetry, Personals, historical and biographical sketches, literary and scientific reading, itc., together with a full and complete Rome and Foreign Market and Financial Report. Price 4 cents in wrappers, ready for mailing. CONSTIPATION. The peculiar virtues of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is shown in cases where there is a tendency to Constipation, food tu which it is used is more easily digested and acts as a natural aperient to the bowels, overcoming acidity of tho stomach and flatulency. Let those who are dyspeptic eat food made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and see how easily it is digested. We know of this powder, and also Dr. Price's Special Flavor.. logs, Lemon, Ste and do not hesitate to in dorse them. PROPOSALS. LETTING- INTO. 2,f.t. QEALED Proposals will be received by tbe Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Southern Railway until TUESDAY, August 10, 1S16, at 11 &clock, noon, for the foundations and ma sonry ot a railway bridge over tne Tennessee river. on the line of the Cincinnati Southern Radioed, near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Plans and specifications can be seen at No. 70 West Third street, Cincinnati. Printed forms must be used, and directed to the Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Southern Rail way, No.10 West Third street, Cincinnati, O. The Board reserves tbe right to reject any or all bids., By order of the Board, - MILES GREENWOOD, Piesident. Taos. D. Lovim, Consulting Engineer. Lly10-13410,11&24 REFRIGERATORS. JOS. W. WAYNE'S Patent Self-Ventilating REFRIGERATORS. W011-knOWn to be the Best and meat Reliable in Bee.. FAMILY SIZE, FROM $12 UPWARD. ICE CHEM, FROM $7 50 UPWARD. Depot: 211 W. Fifth Street, BETWEEN ELM AND BLUM. Pe' Illustrated Price List Sent Free jo26-iinSISGTh CARRIAGES. GEO, 0. MILLER & SONS, 19 and 2! WEST SEVENTH STREET. ,1MI. E.MIM C A I:3- S; New and Elegant StyTes in the Greatest Variety. no- Patent SIDE-SPAR WAGONS a sPeGuilA 4...."INaSATu I yv11U11 1,W ti PtVy06.1,11 tVITIV,!:13 11111 WU uu.ile 1 PLACE in the Unit Ant States where such LAKE CHAUTAUQUA. ITOW 11011 'IN CINCINNATI, . E s 0, 0 co co Li AZ LAKE CHAUTAUQUA! 'MERE IS NO INLAND WATERING PLACE in the Unitmd States where such ample and comfortable accomniodations OAD be had as at Lake Chautauqua this season. Ail the old hotels have been enlarged and im proved, audit large and magnificent hotel (the Kent House) has. been erected at Lake View Station sin& buil season. This is a first-class house in every respect, having water in every room, stationary wash-stands, gas throughout, and every convenience calculated to make a visit realty comfortable. A number of neat cottages have been erected at this point, and will bo for rent to those desiring to have rooms detached, taking their meals at the hotels. Boarding can be hail at from SIO to $14 per week, according to location. The hotels with out exception, set first-class tables, and' a per sonal inspection of the houses at Grifilth's Point, Fluvanna, Bennis Point, Jamestown and Lake View, will satisfy any one that the attractions of this charming resort have not been overdrawn. In order to accommodate the summer travel to Lake Chautauqua, two extra Pullman Pal ace Sleeping Coaches, in addition to the regu lar line, have been put in service, and will be run for the special convenienee of the Lake business. All the hotels are regularly opened for the season, and many Cincinnatians are now en loying the delightful weather of this highland Lake. Excursion tickets are DOW OD sale at all offices of the Atlantic and Great Western Rail road in Cincinnati, at 614 for round trip, good until September 80. Investigate this matter before eeeiding where you will spend the hot summer months. Illustrated descriptive pamphlets can be had at ail offices of the road. Tickets from Cincinnati to Now York at low est reduced rates, good until used, with the privilege of stopping over at Lake Chautauqua or any other point, are on sale at-No. 4 Burnet House, 118 Vine street, and at the ticket Oleo, Grand Hotel. D. E. HOLMES. Gen'l South'n iset. W. B. SHATTUC, Gong Pass'r Ag't. It NOTICES. ST. JOHN'S P. E. CHURCHCor. Seventh and Plum streets, Rev. P. B. Morgan, Pas ior. Services at li o'clock A. lit. and 8 P. M. The public are cordially invited. It lkTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENThat the IA undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as assignee of John Knapp, and that creditors will please present J. R. VON kiliGUEIIN. 300 ACRES OF TIMBERED LAND FOR SALE distant 38 miles from Cincinnati, on the Southern Reihvad. The land is rich, and easily cultivated. Call on FOX & BIRD, Attorneys, corner Main and Sixth streets, Cincinnati. .13,9-2t Candles and Fruits. tbr SOCIETIES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, itc., intending to give Picnics or other. enter tainments can be supplied with pure American and French candies, oranges, lemons, tic., by WM. FISCHER, southeast c,orner Sixth and Walnut streets. Orders respectfully solicited and promptly Riled. my19-3m,,WitS Mr. Alfred White 1A TOULD present his compliments taLADIBS V V and GENTLEMEN, and be happy to have them examine the Granite Statues of " Hope" and the " Angel Gabriel," now being seulp: tured at his rooms, No. 251 West Fifth Street. decli -I y 9111E bargulas of the hour for ladies, fine chip hats, reduced to the unparalleled price of one dollar each. We would call at tention to the luvisinie Toilet Powder. which protects the complexion and gives a lustrous whitenesq, as it cleanses the skis of freckles, moth patches or pimples. bliss, QUINLAN, 191 Fourth street. it WANTEDALL THATContetup late Pro V ouring homes in tine suburbs of t he city to call tiplit the undersigned, who will take pleasure in taxing soon out, free of expense, to the Linwood Land Company's subdivisions, of nearly 100 acres, at Linwood, one of the most desirable subitrbs of the city, on the Little Miami Railroad, but men miles froin the corner of Fourth and W alnut streets. This Company's second sub division contains the most desirable. building sites ever offered for sale, as a subdivision, in this vicinity. Streets will be graded and grav eled, and shade trees set out in front of viten lot, all free of expense to pnrehasers; prices low; payments easy. RHIN J. BOOKER, See,y. Moe n. e. cor. Fourth and Walnut sta. :0-10t-S,M&Thl WANTEDLOOK TO YOUR INTEREST Economy is the road to wealth. You can save money by buying your boots, shoes, gaiters or slippers of S. MARX, 230 West Fifth st. ile sells good boots for men for $1 75, good shoes for 75e, good gaiters from 75c to $1, good side Moe shoes for lidies for $1 50, good buskins for tOc. good slippers for 35c, good colored shoes for children from 15 to 75o a pair; ip short, you can form no idea how much cheaper you can, buy there than elsewhere. Ile' receives daily Job lots of custom-made bootz. and shoes which he sells at half the usual price; therel'ore, go there before yon buy elsewhere. To avoid mistakes, S. MARX has placed a big wire sign over his store. Look for it. "RIGHT YOR SALE." TII EXCLUSIVE RIGHT UOR WILLIAMS' PATENT WILDING, r GAME and SEWING TABLE, is offer e'd to those wishing to manufacture. Will ex change for desirable Real Estate, free from encumbrances. Address G. H. WILLIAM& Patentee, jy9-tt P. O. Box US, Albany, N. Y. COSMOLINE. H efk,?. tz aL-ti nosik 12 11 - PUT ON S 0 Li. N" Because wounded nature restores it self when thoroughly protected from Minos pneric action. Science acknowledges a perfect application in COSSIOLINE.- No rancidity or decomposition. Healing without the slightest irritation or smarting. beeves no scam ES. SULTS ARS ARTOLINDIN4A1 , Any indamtnation old and corrupt sores, eruptions anti sloughing wounds yield to it It is nature's faithful ally in the struggle. For Cum, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises, Boils, Blisters, lballog, Poisons, Bites, Piles. Itching Tetter, !tlait Rheum, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Mumps, Sore Throat, Coughing, ITOALSd LIMPS. Chap ped Skin. , Whoever Uses It Recommends It. THE .POMADE OF COSMOLIN never be comes rancid nor loses its rich perfume. It cures all scalp disemes, keept the hair soft, lioigrand free Irona gum. Aalt for PI. AIN COSAIOLINIC or for COsitOLINE POMADE; 60 cent", a bottle with tbe above trade inark and name of HOUGHTON It CO., on label. Sold by Druggists Conerally inoo-imaw r 4 -;410' . - , )i , ,, , ".; , 00 ' vtdo 14:1 1 , , 1 not 10r1511;?,-: V1111101. 4. i4; ----- FURNISHING GOODS. s , iii, tutt.Nar? illic9 aiiiiists4, TA .1 I ell A .14), 1' tk "USD FOR PRICE LISL" ' my25-801-TuThite TO ORDER, FROM MEDIUM. TO FINEST GRADES. FULL LINES IN STOCki 01 our own Manufaotitre. ILSON BROS., 79 Foarth Street, CINCINNATI, (PIK E'S OP ERA HOUSE). Ncia. 67 and 69 Wasliipitioa aL, Chicago Ite20.1y.S.MANVI TEAS. GRIFFITHS' CENTRAL TEA STORE, N. IV. COIL FIFTH &CENTRAL AVENUE, WOULD CALL ATTEN,TION OF Consumers of Teas that be bast just received a fresh importation of those well-known and popular grades of Teas which he always keeps on handt and is !tow offering them at reduced prices, at wholesale and retail. Choice Assam Tea, something now. Dealer in Fancy And Staple Groceries, and the Best BrandS of Family Flour. R. GRIFFITHS, N. W. Core Fifth Central Av. ap20-8m,M,ThatS FINANCIAL. T ARGN sums have been realized in Wall ILA street from small investments in Stock Privileges. 100 shares of any stock bought on deposit of S303. Pamphlets (flying method of operating free. StMPSON DARRAGH & CO., P.O. Box 4170. Bankers and Brokers. 84 Broadway, Con of Wall street, New York. MIAMI ' VALLEY SAVINGS BANK 38 W. Third St., North Side. (Between Walnut and Main, in the Masonic Temple.) CHARTERED tinder the Laws ot the State, October 28th, 1868. Deposits ot ONE DOLLAR and upward re. (wired and interest paid thereon. W. It. DODDS, Treasurer. nar22-Sm,S.MAW. MATTRESSES. mmoloomomiikwar,Okonimow,.',....S.O.,Wwftwoftww Spiral Spritg Mattresses - T EMN DtOc "LIA U tit 10 Send for a Deocriptiee Circular. , P. BECEEL - 502 Vine Street, AUWork Warranted. - CINCINNATI, 0. ie3-6m.Th,S&M BITTER CORDIAL. Studer's Celebrated Bitter Cordial IMPARTS STRENGTH TO THE STOMACII, vitality to the bowels, activity to the liver and health to the kidneys. As a tonic it is superior to auy other compound, find as a curative agent for dyspepsia, nervous debility and prostra tio, diarrhoea, fever and ague,loss of appetite, sleeplessness, names, tke., it is unsurpassed. For sale by cituggists generally, at Si per bot tle. JOHN KE KSH AN, General Agent. ap15-80t,Th,S,Tu tor. Sixth and Walnut sta. PROFESSIONAL. Htneopathki Physician. 1). M011,110W, M. 13., 247 WEST SEVENTH ST., Cincinnati, O. Wine Houra-8 to 10 A. M.; 2.to 4 P. M.; Evening. W 0 W N S, S. W. Cor. Seventh and John Ste. Office HouraIrrom to 9 A. M., 1 to 8 atid Oto8P.M. Dr Minitra Howard, LISISEASES OF WOMEN. 138 John street, Cincinnati, O. Office hours, 9 to it febia-ly DR. D. W. LOUNSBURY, Residence and Office, 8. W. Con Seventh and MOUntl stn. Moe tiours.-8 to 10 A. M.; 2 to 4P21.;(iiito8P.M. . Drs. SLOSSON & BRONSON, N. E. Con Eighth and Elm ata. Wilco HoursFrom '11i to 10 A. IL, 1 to 5 and 0 to 0 P. al. Mr' Ophthalmic and Aural Institute, for diseases of the Eye and Ear. corner Mound and beventh streets. burgeon in (Astro-- M. P. WELSON, M.. D. Dr& Bradford 61 McChesney, Office 88 W. Seventh Street. OFFICE ROMS: FROM 114 A. M. TO 4 1 M. Dr. T. C. Bradford at home from 10 a. m. to 1 m. Dr. A. C. McChesney at home from 1 to 4 p. m. delf-Iy Detatistau n M ÐenEisit, 298 471n. e street, three doors above Eighth street. DR. a. TAFT, Dentist, EDITOR DENTAL, REGISTER, UV West Fourth Street, ' CINCINNATI. O. Attorneva 1-11E.INT itlir A.. rtzir.Ælr, Attorney and Counsollor at Law. No. 21 Park Row, New York. --- terColleetions promptly made in all parts of Um East. - daU-tif , , SHIRTS - FLATAD BEST, PLATED' TABLE-WAREI Nxoye, PATI'rEUNS! LOW PRICES! SPQOINTS, V4:3313,3aS IKNI-VIES;. DUHME & CO Goldsmiths and Silv'ersthiths WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, FOURTH AND WALNUT. , uz-2t,The,s1 EDucATIoNAL. MIAMI MEDICAL COLLEGE Or CINCINNATI. The Regular Session will Com. menet, Oct. 19 1SVS Circulars now ready. Address, JOHN A. MURPHY, D., Dean. WBL IL TAYLOR, Id. D., HILLSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE, HhILLS B0110, O., organized in 1839. as Oat land Seminary. The grounds are beautiful, the ouse is spacious and comfortable.. Edu cation is sound and thorough; advantages in Music particularly good. IlleB-Send for Catalogue. The fall 4ession begins Sept. lith JOS. MIL MATTHEWS, President. HON. JEO. 41, SMITH, Pres't Trustee& jelli-MS WATER-RENT. , OFFICE CITY WATER-WORKS, N. E. Con. EIGHTH AND pENTRAL AVE. Notice to Water-Consumem. A LL WATER-RENT BILLS which became 11. due on the 1st instant are entitled to a dis count of FIVE PER CENT., if the same are paid on or before the 15th Instant at the odic. Parties wishing to avail themselves of this discount, who have not yet received their bills, will please bring their last receipts or the hy drant number with them to the 011ie 1y8-fit GRIJETER, See'y TONIC ELIXIII. fpliMULA FOR;g8tWONI;11.109 tiCliffEnpittptstrrA. 11 MCA VEMEN't,Ol LiEDICSIDLID.EXTR ACV! REEEEACWOOMUONTAINIpiE CONCENTRATEDVUTO Eridi TED FR OtiatiVI 8131 - 1 1 "I RAWLEAti MEA ExL Canis. kl (Sir Francis Randolph's process.) Prot. Oxalate iron. $ I. Alkaloids of Cinchona. 5'1. Pepsin Saooharated 5. Ext. Diosip$ Dooð $ I. Ithei Turk 5 L IIIIS MEDILINEISTAKESCrp trt,tiplANS:1ORTHOoti UR aN$1 GESTION6:tONSTI PAT' MIDI itE,ADACHEr,Ptl,t;IFMAttltHRIR . BUD 0 EKTVIMACHAellTh ,tiVEPtille 810011DistAsEsAgts orici, Ergre, CkNERAEAROtYRATION,pr N 0 ' IN:VAROROtrattil01.81A ' 1 011 S ALV 81 11;1114kettUR , 1 ARbtOti Si nit t ID;t PR il '' a I SI,,A -"' .rr my20-5m-dZtw I WALL PAPER, 8co. at 910his! , rIALL and examine thee best wrbmow J SHADES, sold at 0 75 per pair coit rLsyz, at MA HOBSON'S, Fourth attset,'oppo site Grand Hotel. Wail Paper of ail styles 25 nu corr. 1.2150 than at any other store in the city. ANDREW A. MARGESON, Successor to Harwood & Idargeson, No. MO West Fourth street, Opposite Grand Hotel, Cincinnati. Ona27-.Tu.Th.tfl LEGAL.. A TTACIIMENT NOTICE.Mache 8s Busch1-1. in g vs. Ran ilorres.Before Thomas Evitt, J. P., Cincinnati township, Hamilton eAminty, Ohio. On the 84 day of June, 1875, the above named Justice issued an attachment in above named action for 21,16 M ACHE a EUSCHING. CINCINNATI, AMC 23d, 1E715. je26-8t8 T EGAL..Henry Baum bas been sued by JU Mahan& Baum in the Court of Common Pleas, Hamilton comity, Ohio, for a divorce for gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty. Unless he answorin six weeks from this date the petition will be taken as true. C. E. ARNOLD, Attonimy for Plaintiff. June 19, 1875. Je1941t$ "KTOTIC undersigned incorporators of IA the Cincinnati and Clifton Inciined Plane Railroad Company, hereby give notice that the books lot receiving subscriptions to the capital stock of said company will be opened at the of fice of Messrs. Paxton & Warrington, 21 West Third street. in the city of Cincinnati, Hamil ton county. Ohio, on the 20th day of July, 1875, at 10 o'clock A. M. BRIGGS S.. CUNNINGHAM. W. J. LIPPINCOTT, BENJAMIN F. EVANS, JOSIAH. L. KECK, E. W. CUNNINGHAM, , Incorporators. Juneatb,.1815. Je19-5t8 kEGAL.The State of Ohio, Hamilton coun ty, S.S.--Court of Common Pleas. No. 46,669. oreeJoseph Gasser, plaintiff, vs.. Maggie Gasser, defendant. Said defesdant, Maggie Gasser, is hereby notified that said plaintiff, Joseph Gasser, on the 8th day cf July,1815, filed his petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton county, in the State of Ohio. wak ing for a divorce; and for cause alleges adul tery; that she must answer said petition by the 21st day of August, .11115, or a decree will be taken by plaintiff against her. EMANUEL L. WERR, jy11)fitS Attorney for Flaintle. T FGAL.--11. M. Bishop,&0o., a firm formed js for the purpose of tisrrying on business within tho State of Ohio, plaintiffs, vs. J. T. James, defendant. Before F. A. Johnson, Jus tice of the Peace, of Cincinnati township, Ham ilton ceunty, State of Ohio. The defendant will take notice that he has been sued before F. A. Johnson, Justice of the Peace, ot Cincinnati township, Hamilton coun ty, State of Ohio, by the plaintiffs. to recover the sum of Vet ftf, for merchandise sold and delivered; and that on the uSth day ot June, A. D. 1675, said Justice of the Peace issued an order of attachment in the above action, and attached a lot of groceries anti merchandise belonging to defendant. The said cause is set for hearing on the Ilth day of August, A. D. Mb, at le o'clock A. M. M. BISHOP & CO., Plaintiff& C. B. Simitsu, Attorney. Jy10-8t3 A DMINISTRATOE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.--In pursuance of an order granted by the Probate Court of Hamilton county, Ohio. I will offer for sale, at public auction, on the 19th day of July, MS, at 10 o'clock A. M., in the rotunda of the Court house, in slid coluity,the following real estate: Situate in the county of Hamilton, and kfitown on a plat of subdivision of T. and C. Neave in Storrs township. now part of Cincinnati, as lot number 1,:5, being .5 feet on Walker Mill road, and 100 feet on German street. Appraised at four thousand dollars, subject to the dower of Elizabeth Tennis of one hun dred and twenty &hare pei year payabte semi annually. Terms of SamOne-third cash in hand on day of sale, one-lhird in one year, and one third in two years, with six per motion inter est per annnm, the payment to be secured by mortgage upon the preuilees sold. ELI ZA B E TONE'S, Administratrix. May 20, , je19,t.648,10 'Type; Foinidry Co. C. ,WELLS, Treasurer, - 201 VINE STREET.. , XI?. The type for title paper comes front thlf. Foundry. ARM' - t 4 5 ANIUSEMENTK Wood'osiCheater JOIrN HAVLIN Business Manager.' - - , BR.YNT'S MINSTRELS GRAND MATINEE TO-DAT. ' Great oneness of J. NIf McAndrews' Ethi opian Sketch, entitled t - , 'UNCLE EP DREAM' IntroducIng the entire company. '! 11 Pion e'er Picnic,- August Ilthu TUE ANNUAL PICNIC Miami and Whitewater Valley Pioneer ASSOCIATION, WILL BX HEI.D AT ' '" - Munro Grove, Saturday, Aug. Parties wanting Rotreahment Stand add Amusements, address it DR. J. C. MociCIRE, Harrison, , Sunday Com. and Eng. copy It and ch. Sril PIANOS. . - Those desiring to RENT PIANOS will always find a good assortment at reason able prices. We offer also a number et good second-hand Pianos at low pricose for cash or easy payments. D BALDWIN C0.9158 W. Fourth sired,- , Decker Brom, Unrivaled Planes. RAILROADS. FRESH AIR! FRESH AIR! HO! 'FOR THE COUNTRY! i DURING THE SUMMER THE . MI EMIT ELM WILL RUN , , SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAIN 3a; 11 ALAI. Stopping at all way points, leaving Cincinnati WO A. M., arriving at Aurora at VAS A- M. Returning leave Auroral P. M., arriving AS Cincinnati 6:16 P. M. Ticketa and information at Depot foot of MIR street. R. T. BRYDON, Deng-PasPr Aes. c. W. FARIS. Ticket Agent. jelS-Vaatif LAUNDRIES, &a , , WASHING MADE EASY !., USE NICHOLS' PATICNT , S 1B1 AV..- - ' Ask Your Grocer for NICHOLS' PATENT SOAP COMPttElft, ea and El Canaan. near Vise. ap1T-26tS&W , EXCELSIOR- STEAM" LAUNDRY- - 9' Car. Race and' Longworth. Je12-15t,MW ' MISCELLANEOUS. Igit, - - Cough-Worn Victims , , : - whose lungs are racked aid tom with par. - oxyems which threaten to choke them. find mire and speedy relief in the use of DR. MORRIM" , SYRUP OF TAR, WILD CHERILT ANO HOREHOUND. It is the greatest modern die- covery for all (Releases of the lungs and throat. Is a sure specific for CROUP and WHOOPING . ' UGH...Ask for Morris' Syrup, take no other,. rialoize 10 cents. J. D. PARK 4 SON , Fourth and Walnut,: Cincinnati, O., and C. ' H. Wehming, Covington, Ky. , jelt-Tu,Tit&S,tilje10. t-. HATS. STYLISH HATS 1 THE PLACE To WIT THEE, HENDLEY'S, FIFTH, NEAR CENTRAL AVENUE. se214y,W858 COAL. SYRACHE COAL, EXCELLENT FOR FAMILY USE,: AT OMR ELEVATORLat So per bushel; Delivered sit lee per bushe YOUGHIOGHENY, - , ' . CAMPBELL'S (MEEK, AND CANNEL. Also tor sale M the LOWEST RATE& A.. Ar Gr W.. Itos xi; 116 Vine street, , Northwest earner Fifth and Monad, Elevator:, V ilth and Trammel. sp$1-6m sad &Th IRON WORKS. ILABA:13 13A.IND Glass and Iron Pavement. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HAUL EOT EXCELLED BY ANT FOR DUEA. MLITT, appearance, and use. See San. s Buildings, on Vine and Fifth streets' Mitcbell & Rsinmeleberg Furniture Co. build ing. on Fourth street; kfc Mickel' Buildings on Nein street; Resor's Block on Front street, and many others. Manufactured by C. IS. ItANICIN CO. Architectural Iron Works, , , eonth side Pearl et. near PIIITIL ' , BOOKS AND STATIONERY.- MGAINTER'S klANUAL.--A Complete Praos. JU Deal Guide to all Branches of Painting. Reg 50 cents. Rook of Alphabets for Paillt0111. Dranwhtemen, Re., 00 Gen W. Book of Serolld and Ornaments, , atchmakor aind ers' Manual. 50 meta. Soap-makers' Manual, 26 cents. Model Letrer Writer. Practical Ruled for writing letters, deeds, receipts, mortgage& wills, ate., Re. PrICA3 50 cents. Any'of the above sent on receipt of p nost.paid Address ALFRED WA Illtrliflt Bookseller, 210 Central avenue, Cinclausli. , taig-lpril.bon91 Es;. , liths , , tanager. 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