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Cincinnati Commercial (Newspaper) - April 15, 1870, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati commercial. Friday april 15. 1870 was discovered rather the for there was nothing left but. New York. Rocha returned a a mystery exp Alai a the fior Trout colonel Fisk cop Nln trea Anre found a a Lail sex Pisa Ion Holiday Observance a mob it Piliero the missing broker a. No ale Bible society Anair Ersary paita against brie. Ipi Cul Tiro ram to Thi co a Cut. New York april 14.�?Captain Laffey to sixty ninth regiment James Stewart r. A. Brasil Roddy the Blok a Ralth and Dan. E sey who were arrested in Connecticut the other Day at the Kerrigan Tuohey fight fizzle have returned to Toon. They were bailed in l,060 each by the Hon. W. A. Callighan. Andy Lennon tiny Hes Alan and kit Burns who escaped at the time have also returned. Their friends have paid their fines for them. There is still a gang the new York roughs lodged in the jail in Bridgeport and guarded by militia. They have no friends and no sympathizers. The penalty for engaging in a prize Fleet in connect tout is imprisonment in the state prison for not beyond five years and for being the ground As a Spectator imprisonment for two years. The prisoners Are held for refusing to pay fines Aud for disturbing the peace. The tug which the new yorkers reached Milford has been lib eled by the Revenue officers and is detained at Bridgeport. George Call an engraver whose place business was at no. 3 Crosby Street and who resided at the Corner seventy fifth Street and second Avenne mysteriously disappeared the 1st december last but was seen it is said the 3d, la a car Riding up town. He did not visit his Home however after the 1st. His wife gave notice his disappear amp Doe and efforts were made by the police and his friends to discover some Trace him but without Suo Oess and the Case was set Down As another the mysteries new York. Ten Days after the , the wife removed from the apartments and they have been Uno coupled Ever since. On tuesday some boys were play id hide and go seek in the Yard the House and the hiding place one could not be discovered. They went to the door one the water Clos to suppose nov he was inside and failing to open the door looked through a knot Bole and saw a Man sitting the seat. The alarm was instantly Given the door broken open ands he withered body a Man Skeleton one skin and Bones. The lobbing was nearly intact and in one the pockets were found some papers by which the body was supposed to be that the missing Man. It is supposed that the evening the 3d december when deceased was seen Riding up town he must have entered the closet which closed with Quot a Spring and died suddenly for medical men say he most have been dead quite four months. As he arts and very weak some suppose that he was unable to Rise and was Frozen to death As the night deem Bor 3 was very cold. Jar nos Fisk jr., paraded at the head the ninth a i sent by Moonlight this evening. The regiment marched Down fifth Avenue and was cheered by thousands people. Colonel Fisk wore a gorgeous uniform and was covered with bouquets. The discovery Gold Coin Staten Island has created much excitement. More discoveries Are reported to Day and it is believed that Captain kiddos treasure has been found at last. Whs1 associated press Telk orams. New York april 14.�?an explosion occurred in the extensive kerosene Oil refinery Corner eighth and Warren streets Jersey City at Midnight. The fire spread rapidly and two men Bandy escaped with their lives. Fortunately the flames were subdued before they reached the great tanks Aud a conflagration prevented. The boiler the steam tug William Wells blew up this morning while lying at port Johnson Coal a liar opposite Staten Island killing the Captain fireman and a deck hand breaking the leg the Engineer and badly scalding the Steward. The names the Crew were Maurice Roach Cape Ain Walter Scott Engineer Maurice a it Aeb. Jr., Steward Joseph Donlun deck hand. The fireman same is unknown. The Steamer Indian has arrived from Glasgow. Oswald Otic Dorfer editor the Staats Zeit ung was to Day chosen by the legislature a Regent the University. The prod Uoo and Stock exchanges and Gold room is Well As pity offices will All he dosed to Morrow which is a partial Holiday. Cape. Gadsden formerly the. Arago a passenger the City Brussels writes to a Friend a i this City that the vessel was All right Aud would reach Liverpool about May 1. Tjie a fender Bremen sailed to Day. She took out $"�0,000 in Gold. A number labourers who had struck for higher wages and been replaced by others made an attack their successors in Bergen the s morning and Susoe eded in driving them fran the work. They attempted the same game in Jersey City but were repulsed by Tho police. The son Lopez who is studying Law to this Ltd qty refuses to believe the reports the death a a Pius father. To claims that the report from Libon was manifestly to offset tie news that Lopez had turned his pursuers. the boiler explosion the tugboat William Wells four out five persons Board were killed. Tho names the dead Are mat Rioe Roach Captain Walter coff Engineer Charles Mcknight and William Dolan. Maurice Rotoli jr., was badly injured but will recover. To Pavs the Engineer went to sleep without turning Oft steam. All aboard were asleep at the time. Two new Palace cars with spacious piazzas at the end have b in placed the Road Between Jersey City and Chicago. The a Clio Ouer e Nily Curtis from Matanzas lost overboard four men who were furling the flying Jib in a a role. A heavy sea running Ren Herod it impossible to save them. Bishop Odenheimer has issued a pastoral letter to the clergy and laity the diocese new Jersey recommending Roll eco Lons for the jews in various churches in the diocese. Thomas the Wall Street operator who quietly walked off the other Day with some 16.000 in Kansas Bond is still miss ing. He appears to have been the party who previously swindled the Union Pacific Railroad messes. Kassau life co., Aud Bailey Laug life co., out Large amounts. Tie workingmen a Colorado co operative association Start for Denver May 2. The fifty fourth anniversary the female Bibb 8ociety was celebrated to Day. Oue Hundred and sixty actions were yesterday commenced in the Passaic county n. J.,United state circuit coun against the Erie Railroad for alleged overcharges in freight age. Three steamers seized by government were sold at a chm to Day realizing $23,000. In the cae Perry tried for murder watchman Hayes in Brooklyn the jury brought in this evening a verdict guilty murder in the second degree. Sentence was deferred to give prisoners counsel Elmo to file a Bill exceptions. The Francisca earthquake in non lie 2d. Prom the san Francisco Alta april 3.j precisely at 11 clock 48 minutes and 9j$ seconds yesterday Lorenzo i tills City was visited with a Sharp vigorous earthquake which passed off doing to damage. Of course it was productive the usual excitement which attend the most trifling cases this phenomenon. Thai was More particularly noticeable where Large nun Bersoff persons were congregated As in the courts the merchants Exchange the Customhouse and Post Difloe. The Stampede at each these places was As usual Hasty and precipitate but nil fears very soon subsided and business was so soon resumed that it Cau hardly be said it was even interrupted. Horses Are very sensitive As to earthquakes and an unusual nuts Tutor runaways occurred. The animals plunged jumped Reckley sly. But nothing serious and transpired. At the custom House the Stirek was found to be much advantage to . Phelps a it had the effect routing a Host political office seekers by whom he was being interviewed. Prior to the Shook the barometer was observed to fall very rapidly Aud it had rained for about two hours previously. After the Shock the rain fell More copiously. The first Shock lasted just Long enough to Start people frown their Homes to the streets where tiny we to in expectation the second and failing to Exorie Yrtti a Ftp Lockly returned to thu Voe tetons. Tho Only damages were by collisions vehicles Fofiu Abed to Staino ded horses but nothing otherwise do broken windows Worth mentioning scarcely any plastering cracked a nothing More Tau might have been done by two three boys throwing pebbles by a Little Pinch Frost. It left so Little impression that the at at the matinee performances at the theater was As great As if there had been no Shook. Persona walking use at Cefe did not feel it and would have ask sask a Aura were exit eur Quot a i a iwo Tauv the cases Throe Tion the so Oslo a a. 18 re is being insisted seconds and even 1 to be a Earth upon while those who Proi. less than quake Sharps a say that it was re. Rom one second and that the a brat a Vic West to East., the excitement was marked by Many Amu inf incidents. A gentleman last night said Quot the chinese seem to stand them bests i saw $ negro Montgomery Street who absolutely turned White and seemed perfectly bewildered not knowing whether to stand run lie Down. At the same time a chinaman who had been cleaning windows the fourth Story a House close by looked with As Little concern As if nothing had occurred. He viewed the crowds who thronged the streets with All the complacency a Superior being whom nothing could have injured. Some cried out a John you had better leave there an advice which merely Eliol Ted a smile from the chinaman a i from the new York Post april 12. J the Legal tender Case. The supreme court the United states was yesterday the Soene a discuss Lon the tone which was not becoming to the highest Judi Olal tribunal the nation. A motion was made again to postpone the argument the cases Denning and Latham against the United states involving the Validity the Legal tender in its application to debts contracted before its passage. The chief Justice remarked that these cases had been passed last year because the question which they turn had been directly argued and was to be decided in the Case Hepburn against Griswold and that the decision in the latter Case Sloe rendered controlled the former cases. The attorney general who represents the United states in the Caso now pending a bowed to the decision the court a a when Justice Miller remarked that the statement the chief ans too was his own and not the the court and that Tor himself he had no recollection any such agreement As that these cases should be controlled by that already decided. Justlie Davis also declared for himself and justices Strong and 8wayne, a at that end the Bench a that they were bound by no such understanding that the Only question now was whether the argument should be postponed and that they would consent to no postponement beyond monday next. The court ton consulted together in private and set Down the argument for monday next. If the supreme court itself thus trifles with its n judgments and May reopen them whenever its membership happens to be changed what conf Deooe can it expect the country to feel in them 1 if a solemn Deolson that court a question which concerns the business interests thousands citizens and materially affects the Ordett the nation itself pronounced after two years elaborate discuss Lon and reflection Oan be overthrown within three months by a new appointment two made by the executive while the question is prominently before the country where is the Independence the judiciary in what respects Are its decrees removed from political influence f what is to hinder the actual a a packing a the court by any future president its reorganization by any future majority in Congress that May be unprincipled enough to turn this bad precedent to party use Here is a momentous question one Deolden by a lace the court five judges against three. One the majority has resigned two new judges Are added and within a few weeks it is reconsidered by a vote five judges against four. Suppose Quot that it is reversed by the same vote which decision will be the Law the land the Only result will be to unsettle the Pullo mind and to destroy the authority the court and the final at least the next decision the same question will depend the ability one the other party the paper Money question to fill the next Vao Anoy the Bench. Shall the supreme court become the prize and instrument party politics ? Public opinion is. As a whole satisfied with the decision in the Case Hepburn against Griswold that Congress has no Power to make irredeemable paper a Legal tender for debts contracted in Coin. That decision had a important effect in strengthening our National credit an effect already lost in part since the Vanilla lion the court has lowered the Price our buds in Europe and that greenbacks Here. It removed from politics an economical question and if it is reversed that question will confuse our politics again and give demagogues the Opportunity to Appeal to prejudice and ignorance against established financial principles. The establishment the right a majority in Congress at will to debase the currency and so diminish All debts Public and private will be the strongest encouragement aver yet Given to the party repudiation. In fact the oases pending Are claims against the United states for debts incurred before the Legal tender was passed. If these debts Oan be paid in depreciated to it Aper what National obligations Are sacred How do such debts differ from National Bonds issued when there was no currency but com what answer shall be made to men who declaim against the in Justice discriminating in favor the bondholders and paving them in Gold while we pay the rest our obligations Inen rred under the same implied pledge in an inferior Money if the debts due in 1861, when there was no Dollar but Gold Are paid in paper what pretence Oan we p a in Gold the Money borrowed in 1862 and afterwards upon the five Twenty Bonds when the Only Dollar received for them was paper the effects such action As that now taken and threatened the character the court Aud the Publio credit Are strongly and fully stated by the commercial and financial Chiron Lole saturday last and if any our readers have a doubt a9 to the dangers it they will do Well to procure that journal Aud outsider its arguments. In fast the injury Likely to be done to the country by opening the Way for unlimited paper issues and the ruin the Publio credit by a party majority in Congress Are secondary to the injury it must suffer from a Sacri Floe the Caracter and standing the court itself. Whatever May be the convictions the members the court As to their personal duty however there is one Rule action which they Are bound by the fundamental principles the judiciary to apply and that is that no one shall sit Tho Bench in the trial a Case who has a direct interest in the decision. Justice Bradley is a stockholder the Camden and Amboy Railroad to was the time when this question was first decided and still is counsel to that corporation in the former Ca parity be is Pecunia Rily interested in the Case for the obligation that company to pay Gold for its old mortgage Bonds depends it in the latter Onia Clov he has. Perhaps a still stronger because a professional interest in the maintenance the opinion to i Ipoh he is understood to have committed himself. The country has a right to demand the court that the question the application the Legal tender to previous contracts if argued and decided again shall be argued and decided by the court without the presence Justice Bradley. If As is reported the position Justice Strong in the Pennsylvania railway company is substantially similar the court is bound also to sit without him. _ mrs. Or. Flary Walker creates another sensation. The Terrebonne la Patriot has the following the 24th inst., one our esteemed fellow citizens Houma Charles Meier esq., jeweler main Street was quietly seated in Che smoking car appropriated to gentlemen for such purposes when very unexpectedly mrs. Or. Major Mary Walker seated Distant from him some seven eight scats accosted him abruptly in presence a end full gentlemen a a sir i wish you to throw away that Cigar. I wish to learn you better manners than to smoke in the presence a . Meier paid no attention to her not wishing to attain a notoriety by coming in conflict insulting the person As he supposed from the voice it must be a female at the same time adjudged himself grossly insulted by what he termed a a pm sri the doctor finding that . Meier still persisted in his luxury Emo Jug very deliberately snatched the Cigar from his month and threw it oat the car and returned to her scat. About the moment a texan lit his pipe. The doctor noticing As she supposed a Unai Euver to ride rough shod Over her views the situation at once repaired to his seat Aud tried to play the dictator to him Bat in this attempt she was not so successful As the texan held to his pipe and to his rights like a Brave dog fighting for his Bone. He politely informed her a the bad paid his fare had a perfect right to be and smoke where he was Aud that tie car was placed there for the accommodation gentlemen addicted to . Meier being somewhat stimulated by the nerve the texan remarked �?omr., Madam miss whatever you Are please pay me for my Cigar you have thrown out the without doing so another say in the premises she made a sudden exit. A nil agony. From the Lexington to Down Down Down during the whole Niue years Radical Rule tie proudest freest most enlightened prosperous and Happy nation the Globe in 1860. The lowest basest poorest most utterly brutalized and enslaved. In 1870 Cotton fit id Uig Cera legislating for Tho descendants the Washington Randolph Hampton and Lees a Pennsylvania Nigger be fouling the scat Pickens and Puok Noy the supreme Bench South Orol Lua a Nigger Barber sprawling his Boorish x Mark to the legislative enactments Louisiana As lieutenant governor and president the state Senate a Nigger Cabin boy signing the commissions congressmen sheriffs and circuit judges As Secretary the state Mississippi and a Thi Evish Nigger preacher grinning and combing his Lousy Wool in the place Onoe filled by the hero statesman and Patriot Jefferson Davis in the United states Senate so called. Whilst a leprous ulcer eaten senator and sex governor congratulates his associate blackguard and the country the change god the ruined and desolate was Ever a people so fallen before men the North re a the South Amer Loans countrymen fr-., slaves awake arise shake off your Felt few a a f9ee the truth give the hellions Letha re i Texe horrid change a Little Long who a be wr0ti�b no Gabriel in All the lease a a Quot a a id spilt his mighty wide diverse though by a Raul enough Tooter can Ever sound a blast pm death to resurrect us froth the tenfold Quot a use and damnation to which we re doomed your dastardly trucking and yielding to feb death deserving conspirators who have usurped the government cease your infamous Tempo izing your Orl Nging and fawning set your face like stubborn steel against them and All their accursed schemes. Remember that they Are your enemies the enemies the Republic enemies the Constitution sworn foes Liberty foes god and common humanity encouraging them a a conciliating them is tampering with your own destruction they must be overthrown annihilated you we and our country Are eternally undone _ Washington correspondent new York the Polar expedition. Or. Hayes has been Here for some Days past lobbying against the appropriation $100.000 for Captain Halls expedition to the Polar sea. The doctor is not a Good lobbyist. He called upon a distinguished off Loial to solicit his influence against the appropriation when the following dialogue took place official what Are your Objet tons doctor to Captain Hall . Hayes he is incompetent is not a nautical Man. To be sure he has resided among the Esqui Maux Bat that does not make him competent to command a sea going vessel. Off Loial do Yoi propose to organize another expedition Polar Seaward . Haves Well yes some my friends thought asking Aid for the Parps be. Certainly the expedition ought to be commanded by a nautical Man. Off Loial is it Tobe a Nantisa expedition . Hayes most certainly. A general conversation some ten my notes Here interposed Shefi the Oross examination was resumed As follows off Loial doctor How do you propose to reach the North pole . Hayes i should take a Small steam vessel to some Point where i would Plant a Small Colony As a rendezvous Aud then proceed Overland to the Polar sea taking a couple whaleboat alone sledges drawn by dogs. Official doctor done to you think Captain Hall is entitled to some credit for the discovery the Fate sir John Franklin after All others had failed ? . Hayes Well yes. Captain Hall is an energetic and worthy person. Official yes he is certainly a worthy Man. He has done More for Polar exploration. According to the Means furnished him than All others put together and therefore he deserves encouragement instead detraction. This ended he conversation. Exit . Hayes. The doctor appeared before the appropriation committee the House to Day and made a statement similar to the one he made last week before the Senate committee foreign relations concerning the proposed expedition to the Rotio regions. Captain Hall was also before the committee to urge his project an appropriation $100,000 to fit out an expedition. Or. Hayes disclaimed any feeling against the proposition Captain Hall. If an expedition was sent out by the government he wanted to see it made a Success. He argued that it should be entirely nautical and not undertake to make explorations by land. As there was no Bill Resolution before the committee the subject no action was taken. Dead it i Reading amp a. From the new York Sun Gen. Grant no dead head. We have received from Troy a prepaid Telegram dated april 10. Informing us that the return from Gen. Thomas a funeral president Grant and his party paid their fare both ways. This Telegram does not come from an officer the Railroad but from a professional gentleman great Eminence. Assuming that this information is Oor Reot and that the president and his companions have finally paid the Hudson River Railroad company for transporting them from new York to Troy and Back the next question is Why did they refuse to pay conductor Stevens their Way up the River thursday night ? was it because they then supposed they had an off Loial right to travel As dead Heads was it because in changing their elot bes for the journey they had left their Money at Home by Accident if the former was the reason it is encouraging to find that reflection brought them to the determination to pay their passage like gentlemen. If the latter we can imagine that they borrowed at Troy the funds which they had failed to take with them and thus became Able to pay for their tickets. In either Case it is agreeable to be told that they paid at last but it is unpleasant to reflect that such a ridiculous complication occurred when the president was business so solemn As attending the funeral George h. Thomas. Mark Twain having been engaged to conduct a new department in the Galaxy with the first a copy a for the May number sends the following Charlo Teristi letter to the editor Buffalo april 2. Or. F. P. Church editor the Galaxy dear sir a my own paper the Buffalo express does not occupy my entire time and therefore i accept your offer and from the present time Forward will edit and conduct a a department agriculture in the Galaxy Magazine. I thank you for leaving to me the selection a department and in choosing that agriculture i feel that my judgment has answered your highest expectations. I have not made this Choice at haphazard. After Oare Fui Survey Tho ground i saw that the subject agriculture had been wholly overlooked by the magazines the Day As a sensational Lopion and that All that was necessary for us to do was to enter in and seize this Rich Opportunity. For Rune is secured to us. Nothing can prevent such a consummation. Id this Virgin soil i will insert a reaping Hook that shall Blossom like the Rose upon this tailless desert i will launch a triumphal Barge in this deep mine a affluence will i Plant a sturdy tree Prosperity whose fragrance shall slake the hunger the naked and whose sheltering branches shall stretch abroad until they Wash the shores the remotest lands Earth. I never Oan touch the subject agriculture without getting excited. But you understand what a mean. Under the Hend a memoranda a i shall take hold this neglected topic and by Means a series farming and grazing articles bloodcurdling interest will proceed to lilt the subject agriculture into the first rank literary respectability. Herewith please find my manuscript for your May number. Mark Twain. P. S. I have no practical knowledge agriculture but that need not interfere. You May have noticed that the less i know about a subject the More Confidence i have and the More new Light i throw it. A the effect gilding All the decorative statues sovereigns in the Royal gallery at Westminster a says the athenaeum a a Postiy work which has been executed within the past few months is so far satisfactory that the Brilliant White the Marble figures no longer interferes with the colouring . A Olises a pictures the Walls and is splendid where All is superlatively gorgeous. At present notwithstanding the use Gold somewhat dimmed to its brilliancy the states look rather hard and Metal Lio but As few things the sort approach old gilding in Richness and sobriety lord if the persons in charge can be persuaded to let time take effect the figures the result will certainly be a glorious treat to lovers Ocolor in the coming preferred specials. Photographs country residences ac., by Charles Waldack. It is 28 West fourth Street. Improved Rembrandt photographs at Leon Van looks 148 West fourth Street. Mh22-tf-Tufstsups 81 and upward for filling Teeth with pure Gold warranted for five years. $10 to $20 for an paper lower set Teeth warranted to give entire satisfaction. Fifty cents for extracting one tooth without pain by the use pure nitrous oxide Gas. At the Ohio steam dental company a office 255 Walnut St. Mh8-Eodtf-ps Cincinnati children c Ark i age a and Hobby horse factory the Only factory to the City. Buy your child a Carriage at the factory where you can make a selection among hundreds and save from $3 to $10. Wholesale nod retail Saleroom s. W. Cor. Of fourth Aud main Sis. Factory Ceu Trai av., below second St. Send for catalogue mhi2-tf-ps p. Marqua amp co. Marriages. Wilson wednesday april 13, 1870, at a a a a a a a Henry Wilson Mauzy Bich Richmond ind., by Rev. H. Wilton j. Henry Wilson esq., College Hill o., to Lizzie mond ind. Deaths. Wedding and visiting cards Xieu erased in the newest styles. Monograms and Fine stationery. Plain initiating free. Heeler 4t Curry fe23-tf is 208 West fourth Street 8a Andrews a at warm Springs North Carolina saturday april 9, consumption William w., Aon r. H. And Eliza Andrews and grandson we. White in his 16th year. Funeral at 2 clock Friday 15th inst., from the residence his parents and grandparents in Wyoming. Justice april 13, William l. Justice aged 18 years. Funeral from his late residence 439 Richmond St this Day at 2 clock. Friends the family Are invited. Murphy thursday april 14, Mary h. Murphy a tuft Charit 8 0 Murphy god 26 to amp is. Friends will attend the funeral at 2, clock afternoon from 437 Court St apl5-2t via pm fwd no p. W. Strader near Owens w a a 13tl1 april Edgar d. Larkin son we Larkin. Funeral from Wesley cs5s.p,�?o�?~ Feto pm a Quot la the . Quot , ap."1 the brain George infant son Ana Mary Raresheid. Aged 7 months and 22 Msj # due notice funeral will be Glen Cambridge City ind and chamber Borg a pap0r�?o please wednesday morning at so Slock William Johnston a native Pumfre Tahire Scotland aged 49 years. Funeral this Friday afternoon at 2 clock Frota his late residence. 91 East fifth it. Friends the family Are requested to attend without further notice. Beaty thursday morning april 14, at 9h clock Little Minnie the beloved and Only daughter Powhattan tend Mary c. Beaty aged 3 years and 9 months. 1 dear Minnie thy journey Here was Short a till Jesus bid thee come and Bright Angels welcomed thee up to their shining Home. A Hud Promise Bright and fair for a abort season Given Sweet Blossom Tho tree god called up to Bloom in heaven. August a raw legs. Due notice funeral will be Given. Mcnicolt�?0n wednesday. April 13, m70, at Flo Olock p.m., at her late residence no. 59 Woodward St., mrs. Ellen Mcnicoll. A native Scotland in the 75th year her age. Jar funeral will take place from Asbury Chapel Webster St., this morning at 9 clock. Friends Are invited to attend. Marshall in St. Louis at the residence fit his brother we. D. Marshall the 13th inst., . Hugh g. Marshall in the 37th year his age. T j a Pittsburg papers copy fete a Buckton Riu Covington april 12 tit5 minutes. Before 9 clock p. M., consumption Louisa daughter Sarah a and the late Abraham Buckton aged 15 years 3ajflf%ths and 12 Days. 4 at the main Street E. Church Friday 15th, at 2 clock p. Friends be family Are respectfully invited to attend without further notice ap4-2t wanted girl to Cook Wash and Iron for a Small family. Must come recommended. Apply at 372 Fourth at. It to. O. a Del pm Enca Irp a mint no. 53. Regular meeting this Friday evening at 71� clock. Patriarchs having regalia being aug to this Encampment will please return them this evening it Thos. H. Harvey 8�ribe. Mai Inico special communication Miami Lodge no. 46, f. And a. M., Tali Friday evening at 7h clock for work in f. C. Degree. Julij . Campbell sey members Hansel Mann commander. No. 16, k. T., ertl meet at their Asylum for Drill this evening at7 clock. It f. Leavitt. Recorder. Constellation division h. Of All members Are invited to meet at 13 Barr Street thi8 Friday evening at 6s clock to visit cum Mansville division. It Bible Chapel. Sermon at 2 clock this Day the 1837th anniversary the crucifixion. Sunday morning the resurrection by Summerbell. It to capitalists and business men. The whole half interest in a old established respectable manufacturing business having a Lar a and profitable Trade is offered for Sale advantageous terms. Address a. B., this office. Apl3-3t Robbrt Howg. Wake Hubbell. A a be Hubbell successors to Hubbell Swasey it co., importers Aud dealers in foreign and Domestic liquors Noa. 23, 25 and 27 Sycamore Street Cincinnati Ohio.? Fel-6m-Eod Buckeye club the bar and Restad rant privileges the Buckeye Conree for 1870, will be let to the highest bidder at the 8t Nicholas hotel tuesday evening april 22, at 8 clock. The executive committee Reserve the right to reject All bids. order the executive committee apl5-5t. G. Bruce Sec a the members the Cigar makers protective Union no. 4, will assemble at workmen shall to Day at 1 clock p. M., precisely to attend the funeral their late brother Craft Maii Paul Delgado. John Walters press to. Vat. Hoxha user Sec a. It to furniture and hardware dealers we would respectfully inform our friends and patrons that the fire the evening the 12th inst., to Lech Destruge our founder buildings Aud contents will net serine Isis interfere with our business As we have made temporary arrangements to manufacture with other parties until our buildings and machinery Are reconstructed it that in tie Coune a few Days we shall be Able Jar Supply our customers As before. Knecht ii Kempf proprietors Pace six Iron founder a 195 Wade St. Apl4-5t-5p we again Call the attention the chief police to the vulgar display in the up stairs Brauch the Kane try opera House. There is an excellent Field for the police Force up chronicle. Notice to Railroad companies. The attention Railroad superintendents is called to the fact that a King a the a Butler county Deal cation Cincinnati chronicle office procures Railroad passes under false pretences and offers them for Sale. A shoo Fly done to Bodder j. N. Davis. 5p-lt John wet Orborn. Raised moved and Reed no. 587 Trout St. N. Jack screws for hire. It tto uhes xxx pall attention Smoky chimneys la. Stephens practical grate a Mantle Aud Range setter paving cementing Cia Lern building Aud All kinds work pertaining to the Trade. Residence no. 192 Richmond Street Between Mound Aud Cutter. It apl0-5t-sumthfsu5p notice. All policy writers Are hereby notified Call the City tailor and have their Means res taken for suit striped clot bes. As they will soon be assigned quarters in the work House they should Call promptly and secure a Good fit. It Birds. Just arrived a Fine lot imported canaries also a Fine lot South american parrots goldfinches bul finches Linnet Blok Birds. Thrushes 4tc. Chas. K8pich, ap4-2l �3 e. Fourth St. Ohio Cement Felting co., office 38 West third St., in masonic Temple where orders will be received for Covi ring steam boiler pipes Drums . A perfect Liou conduct heat and will save from Twenty to Twenty five per cent fuel it t. S. Caldwell it Bros. Notice. a Okvic u. S. Internal Rev bub first c Lection District state Ohl if. It Cincinnati april 15,1870. As required under Section 19 an to provide internal Revenue to support the government and to pay interest the Public debt approved june 30. 1864, a amended March 2,1867, i hereby give Public notice to All concerned that the assessors annual list for this District for 1870, embracing tax income 1869, carriages billiard table watches and plate is now in my hand and said taxes Are now payable. If not paid within ten Days from this Date the penalties prescribed by Law will be enforced v Lewis Wei Tekl. Apl4-3tthffesa collector. Notice is hereby Given that from this Date the Central National Bank will be consolidated with the first National Bank this City. Depositors and others having claims will present them for payment at the counter the first National Bank. Assets having been transferred debtors will please make payment there. R William Hooper president. H. Coats cashier. April i 1870._ Al caution. The Public Are cautioned against negotiating $62,000 Kansas Pacific first mortgage f seven per cent. Boons ,. Quot Rinoa. 677, 3,310 to 3,350, inclusive and 6,001 to 6,020, inclusive the same having been Obra Ned by Frau d Dabney Morgan a co., ap4-3t-5p 33 Exchange Flaco new York. Laces embroideries &0. Novel tips in laces and embroideries Hamburg edgings Plain and lace trimmed e t smash ribbons Roian sashes. John Shillito a co., lol 103 and 105 West fourth Street it paper hangings. s. Holmes amp no. 171 main Street Cincinnati o., manufacturers importers wholesale and retail dealers in paper hangings and window shades. The oldest establishment the Trade in the country. A established in 1819. Largest Stock Aud lowest prices. S. Holmes is son te22-36ttuf 171 main St bet fourth and fifth its. Carpets Oil cloths amp a. Spring 1s70. Spring 1870. Glen Echo carpet Mills gebmart0w5, Philadelphia. Mccallum crease amp Sloan manufacturers 9 warehouse 509 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. We invite the attention the Trade to our new and Choice designs in this celebrated make goods. M49callijm, crease amp Sloan importers and jobbers carpeting oilcloth matting a. Warehouse 509 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. The attention buyers 1s directed to our Large and Well selected Stock foreign amp Domestic carpeting. _iuh7-33?Mwkf-5p corp orations offic Marist to and Cincinnati Railroad co., 1 a As organize Cincinnati april 14, 1870. According to a Resolution passed at a special meeting the stockholders the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad company As reorganized held the 31st March 1870, a adjourned meeting said stockholders will be held at the office the company in the City Cincinnati Friday april 29, a. D. 1870, at 12 clock m., for the purpose voting the acceptance an the general Assembly the state Ohio entitled an to Amend an to authorize Railroad companies to increase their Oapl tal Stock and Issue Bonds in certain cases passed april 9,1863,�?� and passed april 12, a. D. 1870, and upon a proposal to Issue a series Bonds secured by a third mortgage the Road and income with voting towers to the holders such Bonds As provided for y said not. Apl5-3tp Chas. F. Low Secretary. Office the gin., Ham. And Dayton r. R. Co., i Cincinnati april 7, 1870. Notice to annual meeting the stockholders this com Eany will be held at their office in Cincinnati tues a the 3d Day May Between the hours 9 and 10 in the morning and the Simual election directors will be held the same Day and at the same place Between the hours 10 in the morning and 3 in the afternoon. Ap8-Ftu-tt f. H. Short Sec a. Foytick is hereby Given to Tuli 1&Quot stockholders that an election for officers the Morris Heywood Timber bending company will be held monday May 2, at their office no. 122 e. Second St Cincinnati John c. Morris Levi Heywood Chas. Heywood s. Barrett apl-3tf and j. Waters incorporator. At office Cincinnati Insuk Anck co., Cincinnati april 12, j870. It the annual meeting the stockholders held monday Panl 11, 1870, the following were elected to serve As directors the ensuing year g. W. Williams Wilma Resor d. Woodrow Michael Eckert c. W. Rowland a. H. Andrews g. W. Mcalpin Henry Lewis at a subsequent meeting Day Gao. W. Williams was president t. Bishop club mint Bohling solicitor. Apl4-2t John Kauffman Quot George Shillito Gardner Phipps Matthew Addy Jos. H. Rogers we. Lowry c. C. Reakirt. The directors held this unanimously re elected Surveyor and Henby we. H. Calvert. A Secretary. I. R. Co., it Ril 12. 1870, j office the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton r. Cincinnati april notice the directors this company have declared a dividend 4 per cent., free tax payable in Cash after the 25th inst. The Transfer books will be closed from the 13th to the 23d last., inclusive. F. H. Short Reify. Api3-3t fico Little Miami Railroad co., j Cincinnati. April 8, 1870. A dividend fifteen per cent the capital Stock this company has been declared payable la the Stock the company in shares fifty dollars each. Stock scrip will be issued for any portion less than fifty dollars to Bear no dividends until consolidated into full shares. The Stock Transfer books will be closed the 20th april a and dividend Stock As above made and after the 30th april. Chas. P. Cassilly. Ap9 1w Secretary. Bijj sinless cards. Baltimore Bridge co., 8up�?Tt Benj. H. Latrobe consulting Engineer. Principal office no. 49 Lexington St., Baltimore my. A trought Ikon Drudge wrought Iron trestle work and viaducts Fink suspension trusses triangular trusses quadrangular trusses and composite Bridge Wood and Iron at All kinds. Also. Roofs any Span. Aul in wanted. Wanted boards in the Vicinity Cincinnati from two to four Miles from the Post office Tor gent wife Aud son must be in a very genteel place and pleasantly situated also would require Stab pc room for two three horses and two carriages with Board for Driver. If a desirable situation can be found the advertiser will expert to pay liberally. This is a Nice Opportunity for some genteel people who want More family for company and at. The ame time get handsomely paid. None need answer unless they can comply with the above requirements. Address h. B., care commercial office with real name and look tips. Api4-2t-5p dry goods amp a. Tuesday april 19 commencing at 9 clock a. M., $ a Or. Acton will 8bll through Mours. James h. Laws a 00., auctioneers a credit thirty Days his a entire Stock foreign and Domestic a dry goods a White goods notions amp a. At his store no. 103 / Pearl Street. This is one the largest and most attractive stocks dry goods Yot offered in this Market. Many the goods such As linens Linen Cambric handkerchiefs &c., being Bis own importation and should command the attention the Trade. The Sale is without Reserve and will be continued until the entire Stock is closed. Goods can be examined monday previous to the Sale. C. Acton no. 103 Pearl St., a Iii to to. »pl2-4ttufrsutu-5p new publications. Dickens new novel entitled a 4 flt the mysteries Edwin Drood a is published in no. So a a a k a c Apple tons journal As a is up plumb int and furnished Gratis to All subscribers Tho journal. The mysteries Edwin dr00d is issued abroad in monthly numbers and instead dividing the parts into several weekly instalments we shall publish each monthly number As soon As Reo Elved Complete in one Issue the journal printing it at a a supplement. Price 10c. A number $4 per Annam. A a i. Appleton amp co., publishers. For Sale by All news agents. It Legal. Given that the subscribers have been appointed and qualified As administrators the estate James Wilder late Hamilton county deceased. John Todd Harriet s. Hie att Olive Brown. Dated at Cincinnati this 8th Day april 1870 ap8-3tf notice. In pursuance an order the probate court Hamilton county. Ohio i will offer for Sale at Publio auction the 9th Day 3iay, a. D. 1870, at 11 clock a. M., at the Rotunda the court House said count the following described real estate situate in the county Hamilton and state Ohio 3 a tract land commencing at the Northeast Corner James Street and fifth Avenue Quinn a division Camp Washington running thence North Wardly 1�2 feet along the East Side said Avenue thence East Wardly at right angles with said Avenue and parallel with the bearing James Street to the Tow path the Miami canal thence South Wardly along said Tow path to a Point at which said Tow path intersects a line corresponding with the North Side James Street thence Wes Wardly along said line and at right angles with said Avenue to the place beginning. Being Block in said division. Appraised at $28.000. Also. Lot no. 211 said division situate the West Side fourth Avenue 66 feet South the Southwest Corner Charles Street and fourth Avenue being 33 feet in front fourth Avenue and running Back Wes Wardly 100 feet Between parallel lines. Appraised at $700. Also All lot no. 214 said division being 31 fast in front the East Side fifth Avenue and extending Back eastward Day at right angles with said Avenue and Between parallel lines to the Tow path Tho Miami canal. Appraised at $630. Also lots 215 and 216 said division each which said lots measures 33 feet in front the East Side fifth Avenue and extends Back eastward la to Tho Tow path the Miami canal. Appraised at $693 each. Terms Sale Oue third Cash balance in one and two years with interest the deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon the premises. Moses Swansby Assignee Louis Jacob. For Robt k land Mann att is. Cincinnati. April 6, 1870. Ap8-4fcf Bushman Bros. Amp co., a firm formed for the purpose doing business in Ohio plaintiffs against in. Berger and a Schmidt Whoso first names Are unknown to plaintiff partners defendants. The defendants Are notified hereby that tha plaintiffs the 17th Day february 1870, filed to Weir petition against them in the Superior court the City Cincinnati the object and Ray prof which is to judgment against the defendants for the sum $387 18 with interest thereon from the 2d Day August 1869, upon which claim an attachment has been issued and property the defendants seized. Defendants Are required to answer before monday the 9th Day May. 1870. Ii v. Abraham attorneys for plaintiffs. Cincinnati april 1, 1870. Al it fihe state Ohio Jami in ton a county. Caspar Gams plaintiff is. John bueller Wilhelmina Schwarz and Mary Eilbeck. Superior court Cincinnati no. 25.737. Notice the defendants in the above Case will take notice that the said Caspar Gams has the 15th Day february 1870, filed in the above court his petition against them wherein he claims that John Buehler. On the 2d Day october 1866, executed and delivered to Gottfried Koehler k co.,his promissory secured the same by mortgage All that part Block 5, Laid out by Gen. James Findlay l c. K i. L., Ludlow being lot 31 in said Block 5, As now subdivided fronting 25 feet Mulberry St., by 105 feet deep to Peete St., in Cincinnati Hamilton con nov Ohio and the improvements thereon. That this mortgage was duly recorded but not paid when due at any time thereafter that g. Koehler k co. Endorsed and assigned said note and mortgage to this plaintiff and that Wilhelmina Schwarz and Mary Check claim an interest in said property. He prays that they be made parties that said mortgage May be foreclosed the said real estate ordered to be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment the Lien thereon and for such other Ana further Relief As to the court May seem fit. The defendants Are requested to answer to the saw petition before March 21, a. D. Jab qam8 harm. Marckworth atty. Xnhl8-6tf proposals proposals for Coal. Is at i proposals for 6,000 Bush Fps test for the county infirm a Fly delivered the Bank the canal at Carth a Rlee ived until the 15th inst., at the Agoras Frederick pf1estkr. 351 main St. To commence delivering by the 15th May. A pm

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