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Cincinnati Commercial (Newspaper) - February 17, 1877, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati commercial. Saturday. February 17. 1877. Board of councilmen Iury or a Waif to Twidy Lii us question in de Nitoly postponed some talk about a ties error a Bike Western Hills the seams Rise Street Emil Lite icon Kerry Riley knows something about Honey Flor putting it la rough. The Board of councilman went to work with thirty fear Rob Fri rest Mlay afternoon and the president or. J. W. Fitzgerald la the chair. Journal approved without loading. From tub b. P. W. An ordinance to appropriate $17.041 20 for water Wotka purpose was passed under suspension of the rules ayes 40. to establish Grados were passed As Fot lows a feet Evans sea West Evans alleys end to change the Grade or South Wermiel Alley from s Point 360 feet North of Mulberry Street. The ordinance to Suri ionize bids for rebuilding the Kemper Lane Budge a a i do year 37. Mauk it so oat of Hail Oad. Tho ordinance to permit right of Way through the streets and a Leys of the City tor the Cincinnati and to . Yunwu r Tiwi it i it ii tin. Thyl Portsmouth a narrow gnus railway was taken up. The streets to to parsed Tai Ong Are Railroad. Main and Mccullough Stree a and Malieya. The charter to for thirty years. On motion the ordinance were re tired to the commuter. On to a earn railroads. Law and contracts and the solicitor. A i he Board concurred in the Resolution to contract with Isaac Raveson Lor flagging sidewalks. Sew Biko. The plan recommended by the Board of Public works for improving Plum. Perry Longworth. Fifth sixth and George streets by severing was concurred in unanimously. C03fkkknch with the police commissioners. A communication was received from the Hoard of Polico commissioners notifying this Board that the conference meeting of the uniformity of compensation for City services would take pianos on tuesday afternoon next. On motion of or. Connolly the president of this Board was appointed to represent it at the copy Estenos. Cite Pope but. The solicitors report of the property owned by the City was received it describes All thu property a Wood by the City As far As it is possible to dec Ertuly the same and is on tile for Reter Euce to the Filce of the solicitor. Kor out of the special committee of Tab Gas question. Captain Wise submitted the following report which was read by the clerk a a your select committee appointed for the purpose of acquiring such additional information As would in any was tend toward a More thorough understanding of the merits of the proposition now rending looking to a to Mech ate Rcd notion in the which the Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke company is now authorized to charge tor Cas beg leave to report that it being an admitted fact that the affairs of thu company Are holy and economically managed and that a contract should be upon terms fairly and reasonably remunerative Dermot it advisable to determine beyond fort tier question tho percentage of profit which the Gas company would probably earn at the Filce named and Lor this purpose selected three entire a disinterested and Well known experienced accountants. Messes. Davenport ramp Anil Watters a it examine the books and accounts of the Gas company and report upon ibis Point so essential to an intelligent conclusion. Which report is new with submitted. As a Bill bearing upon this subject is now pending in the state legislature and there is a material difference in the opinion of our citizens As to the once at which a new contract should now be we respectfully recommend that the whole subject be indefinitely postponed. A James s. Wise a a a. Flu Gubaton Quot John j. Quot Cincinnati. February 6, 1877. Messes. Davenport ramp and Watters Quot gentlemen the special committee of the City Connell having under consideration the proposal of the Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke company assenting to a immediate reduction in the Price of Gas to $2, with five per cent off making $1 90 net to private Consumers Hud $1 72.9 to Public lamps desiring additional information bearing upon tins question have selected you As experts to examine the books of said company Aud report to this committee the probable profits to be derived by the company at the figures above named. A a Al mtg taking As the basis of said estimate tho present capital Stock of the company at its Par value and the deliveries of Gas and working expenses for the past year. Quot second in addition to the foregoing taking into consideration the sum relinquished by the company during the unexpired term of the present contract. A a third in addition to the foregoing taking into consideration the aver Hgo Market value of the Stock the probable rate of profit to tho present Holder from the earnings of the company. Quot James 8. Wise Quot Cincinnati february 15,1877. Quot messes. Wise. Eggleston Wolf Abbuhl Aud Smith special committee Quot gentlemen in accordance with the request contained in your communication of february the 5rh, a Cony of which is herewith enclosed the undersigned have the Nonor to state that from a very full and care Ful examination of the books of the Cincinnati Gas Light Aud Coke company we Aro Able to report As follows Viz Quot first that at the Price stated two dollars with five per cent discount Malrine $1 90 to private Consumers and the present Price. 1 72.9# to Public lamps with delivery of , and working the same As last year the probable profits or be Cincinnati Gas com pay a will tie 11 86-100 percent on the Par value of its Ospital Stook. A a second that taking into consideration the sum relinquished by the Gas company Nunn the unexpired term of the present old tract the a it Costance of the pending proposition would be equivalent to continuing the present contract until its termination and then making a new contract for a period of seven years to furnish Gas to private Consumers at a 79 23-28 net per thousand feet. Quot i Hudz that taking into consideration the average Market value of the Stock for the past Sevon years the acceptance of the pending proposition would bring to tho present holders of Stock but six per cent on their investment. Very respectfully Quot a. O. A. Davenport Quot James Watters a 8. W. Ramp the question was on indefinite postponement and on this the vote stood ayes Abbihl. Hauer. Benninger. Best. Brunson Burnham. Caldwell. Ai Rigen Connolly. Dolt Drake Duffy. Eggleston. Cike Gray. Grossius Grothe our Ren Mack Potter. Riley Terr Schwier a Verne. Wise or. President 25. No is by Kraan Carr. Clarke Engelke Bekiri Neke. Kiel Borth kit or Lorton masters Lii Ley j. Robinson Rogers Rover Sadler Reolle Boislard to Tan Ion wulieck�?20. Not voting Hogan Smith Stephens Wilson wolf�?5. Kew risk Byoir. Under suspension of the rules the select committee consisting of the trustees of the Twenty first and Twenty second weds and the solicitor reported in favor of the a ease recommended by the Board of Public works tor a Reservoir of the lot 560 by 360 feet hot Ween Purcell Avenue and Casadine Avenue owned by Geo. F. Meyers at $1.200 per year which is 6 per cent on the valuation�?$20,000. Or. Gray moved to refer the subject to the commit Tea on Law and contracts in connection with the City solicitor. Thin was opposed by or. J. C. Riley. Lie stated that tho subject had been thoroughly investigated by the Board of Public works and by All the committees of the Hoard having such matters before them. It had been a foie conned for two years Aud was badgered about without definite action. Tho Sita in question is preferred by tho citizens and tax payers on tho Western Hills said by tho Board of Public works As the lust and most suitable for the purpose of a Reservoir and it would simply be useless for the opposition to or to defeat it in tho interest of the Good use site which is not regarded either As desirable or practicable for the purpose in View. In his opinion it would be the Best policy to leaser the property now. And not w All four or five yearn in which time the property will be i Only enhanced in value Moio i Bun doubled pc haps. The people on tho Western Hills must have water and now is the time to commence making provision for supplying it. Major spoke in favor of the report. Lie said the Hilts were thick y settled and the people wanted water Iio regarded tho property As quite reasonable in Price. Or. Lodor asked him what it was Worth per acre. Major Ito Himeon replied that he thought about $6.000. Or Loders done to you know it is Only Worth about $2,009 per a Crew major Robinsons i do not 1 Only know that sales have been irregular. I think the property belongs to the Catholic Church but i am a or. Fitzgerald him a i know it does Sot. Major Robinsons All right. T know the people up there wit water and have been org log it tor some time past and 1 regard the proposition is Ron Couable. Or. Cd at urged the acceptance of the report. He said that the people on the Western Bills Are entitled to water and this Hoard should Como to a fair decision on tha question. The proposition is fair. And. Therefore it should he fairly met. Or. Loder was in of tho reference. He doubted if the property is Worth w hat it is represented. Or. the chair to or Ilo Xun to oppose the recommendation of the committee not on the a round of preventing the people from getting water at on poem is grounds. He stated that two years ago the Niau bought the property for $2,000 an acre and now reserves a lit tie Cornero it we Ca he offers the City at the modest sum to $6,000 per acre i he would like to know where else property had so increased in value in this City he ridiculed the Purchase of the Markley farm and Drew a parallel let ecu it and the Prce eni pro Osit Lon and he not think that Council ready to give or. Meyers $0,000 in acre for Bis Little Patch of the Western Hills that he bought on his own easy terms a Tew years ago. A or himself he said he never would vote again for the Mchase of any property by the City except regularly condemned. He said there is not a Dollar in City Treasury Aud yet gentlemen mire this Pinchass or lease. He would like to know what the people on the Hills have not that we live that is. That they Are taxed for. They ate not taxed tor water but we Are. He thought ther asked too much of c Council to Purchase or. Meyers property at Bis Price they asked Donnell to do collectively what no sensible Man would do individually. My Jor Robinson a in the pout that they the under consideration was the pick of the pro pity of the Lull Ami could not be Hau fur any such Price us $2,000 por a err. _ or. Carr said he supposed it was now useless for any member to say another word on to subject. Tho gentleman who pushes All the Moriber to tho w All had spoken the Fiat had gone Forth. To had told them to was bitten of the Markley Faliu but they were All bitten on that and yet Thot was no Roaseu Why the present site should not to secured. Or. Grossius hoped Council would give them people water on the Lull because they done to allow them to sell be it it a up there. Laughter or. J. C. Riley desired to reply to the remarks about to Price of the property. To could not see Flint the original Cost had anything to do with it the question. The real question is. What can the property be had for bowl and to is is at acted by the once d upon it. Or. Carr moved to Lefoi the whole subject Back to the b. F. A. Which was carried. A Mon Ion to Anjou in was lost ayes 12. Nays 28. A cull of the House was ordered forty five Inoa Ibers answered to the Call. A second motion to and Journ was lost Yea 11. Nays 32. Further proceed Toga under the cad were dispensed Wimb. Air. Gay claimed the floor Bat the chair Cooj izod or. Burnham who wanted to introduce the ordinance to extend the sedans Vehe Street Railroad Bat or. Gray was not going to be and moved to adjourn which was lost yeas 17. Nays 28-Market-space8. Or. A Bibl called for the special order for 5 i o clock the ordinance defining the Market spare of the City which extends the Market from elder Street to Findlay Street. It was passed under suspension of the re loss yeas 38. Street Railroad Extension. The ordinance already passed by the Board of aldermen to extend the to Edams Volle Street Railroad wee taken from the Calendar to the infinite disgust of Terry Roey. Or. Gray moved to refer to the committee on Law and contracts in connection with the solicitor. Or. J. C. Riiel thought it had been sufficiently referred. And that it should be acted on now. Or. Carr took the same it Oei Tion. Terry Riley observed that Uon oof the railroads would get his vote they were a parcel of swindlers anyhow so he called for the solicitor. Or. Feck put in a modest appearance and Terry riddled him with one silos which the chair ruled out of order As not pertinent. Terry replied Quot so it was out of order to Tako the ordinance out of the Middle of the Calendar which the chair ruled a Olio ago. As ail right Quot and then Tony blazed up and blazed away generally against the Street railroads As swindles and monopolies. He said if it was a poor drayman or sex Piess Ian or Hack oian the City would make him pay License but a Street Railroad company a big bloated corporation goes Scot free. There was a disposition in the crowded chamber to laugh at Terry for his earnestness and the bitterness of his invectives hut he the members laugh ant of the other Side of the Mouth by a Little statement in the following words Quot gentlemen May Lanah As much As they please Bat i know that Money was paid to nut the eighth Street route through a a and he Kuciw them Aud there were members on Tom floor who dare not vote against rhe present ordinance or. Reo Tnger arose to for the names of Mem Bers who took Money but the chair not give his Effort to obtain the inform Ion very much encouragement and or. Renninger took his seat full of purpose to see further about it. Or. Abbihl wanted the ordinance referred to the solicitor. He was opposed to granting any farther Street sri Road privileges till tho companies were compelled to pay car License and keep the streets in repair. Pending further action a motion to adjourn prevailed. Deaths. Booth the funeral of the late mrs. Elizabeth Booth Wilt take place from the fifth Sheet a Bastian Church to Morrow sunday afternoon at 2 of Olock. Bastl Ktie a to Chicago february 16, at the residence of her son in Law w. H. Ryan. 1183 Indiana Avenue or. Martha Bartlett in the 80th year other age. Remains to be taken to Louisville. Kentucky. Goldsmith on Friday. February 16. 5 ., Isabella aged 21 months daughter of Moses and Louise Goldsmith. Funeral sunday. February 18, at 10 ., from parents Home 640hi Elm Street. The of Node of the family Are reaped lady invited to attend. Be, february 16, at 41 ., of apoplexy Hemet a. Wile of fran Kun Gregg aged 43 years end 6 Mouths. Funeral at40 ., sunday february 18. From her late residence. No. 9 Bank Street. Friends Are invited to attend v fel7-2t Henderson a at Youngstown Ohio february 11, Ralph la Nisan. Son of j. L and Mary w. Head Roou aged 0 months of inflammation of the bowels. The remains were take to Oberlin fat a Burts Klankey on Friday. February 16. At 3 40 of clock ., of meningitis miss Jalia Klanke aged 17 years 7 months and s Days. Funeral Iron residence of parents. No. 14 Fuller Street it. Adams on sunday february 18, at 2 For leads invited to attend. Fel7-2t he fid february 10. After a Brief illness Stark r. Reed of Batesville Arkansas aged 70 years. Or. Reed was formerly a resident of Cincinnati and Well known to Many of oar old citizens. 8ellfr8�?thursday afternoon february 16. 8t 4 of clock Jane a. Widow of the late Jacob Sellers to the 45th year of her age. Funeral saturday afternoon at 3 of clock from Trinity episcopal Chamch. Co Lugton. Friends of the family invited without myth of notice.3 Thom a8�?febiuary 15, at 6 ., J. Thomas aged go Vears. 4 funeral from first presbyterian Church saturday. 17th, at 1 Fiends invited. Religious notices. In in Ley E. Church Clinton Street a Between inn Aud to Morrow at 11 And 7 h ., by the pastor toe Rev. C. W. Re Shell sunday school aty we Everybody is invited. Come and bring your neighbors Witt you it a fifth presbyterian Church ooh Neil f Clark and Johp its. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Resident physicians for tue Cincinnati annual competitive examinations for the Looes of resident physicians in the Cino Lunati Hospital were concluded lost evening and the following gentlemen were duly elected by the a Toff John Wright James t. Spinning Oscar Dunn 0. T. Enough James t. Heady and John Maxwell of the Miami medical College and William Walker of the medical College of Ohio. The Young gentlemen named Are students in their respective colleges and take their place in the Hospital As Quot iut Ernea Quot Urner the direction of the medical staff of the institution. In the United states court yesterday Henry Schwessinger entered a plea of guilty to the indictment charging him with Selling unstamped matches. The governments attorney Ollied the first count and upon the others the jury returned a verdict in accordance with the plea. Judge swing sentenced the defendant to Paya Fine of $50 and posts of prosecution. A Partt named George Thomas agent has solicited a number of subscriptions in the Vicinity of Buffalo West Virginia for a paper called the Captain Charles a. Johnson of Buffalo is one of his Many victims. He is a fraud. Wonders of modern science. The perfect accuracy with which scientists Are enabled to deduce the Moet minute particulars in their Sev Cral departments appears almost miraculous if we View it in the Light of the a after Ages. Take for example the electro magnetic Telegraph the greatest invention of the age. Is it not a marvelous degree of accuracy which enables an operator to exactly locate a fracture in a submarine Cabin nearly three thousand Matfes Long our venerable Quot clerk of the weather has become so thoroughly familiar with those most wayward elements of nature that he can accurately predict their movements. He can sit in Washington and foretell what the weather will be to Morrow in Florida or new York As Well As if several Hundred Miles not intervene Between him Aud the places named. And so in All departments of modern science what is required is the knowledge of certain sign. From these the scientists deduce accurate conclusions regardless of distance. A few fossils sent to the expert geologist enable him to accurately determine the Rock formation from which they were taken. He can de cube it to you As perfectly As it a Cleft of it Weie lying on his table. To also the chemist can determine the Constitution of the Sun As accurately As if that luminary were not niner Julve million Miles from his Laboratory. The san sends certain Over the Quot infinitude of space and the chemist classifies them by passing them through the Spectroscope. Only the presence of certain substances could produce these signs. So also in medical science diseases have certain unmistakable signs or symptoms and by reason of this fact. Or. Pierce of the worlds dispensary has been enabled to originate and perfect a system of determining with the greatest accuracy the nature of chronic diseases without seeing and personally examining Lus patients. He has spared neither fails nor expense to associate with himself As the a acuity of the worlds dispensary a Large number of medical gentlemen of rare attainments and skills graduates from some of the most famous medical colleges and universities of both Europe Aud America. By Aid of or. Pierces system of diagnosis these physicians and surgeons annually treat with the most Gratifying Success Many thousands of invalids without Ever seeing them in person. In recognizing diseases without a personal examination of the patient they claim to assess no miraculous Powers. They attain their knowledge of the patients disease by the practical application of Well established principles of modern science to tho practice of Medicine. And it is to the accuracy with which this system has endowed them that they owe their almost world wide reputation for the skillful treatment of All lingering or chronic affections. Tuts system of practice Aud the marvelous Success which has been attained through it demonstrate the fact that diseases display certain Phenomena which being subjected to scientific analysis or synthesis furnish abundant Aud unmistakable data to guide the judgment of the skillful practitioner aright in determining the nature of diseased conditions. The amp est resources tor treating lingering or chronic diseases and the greatest skill Are thus placed within the easy reach of every invalid however Distant he or she May reside from the physicians making the treatment of such affections a specially. To peculiarities of this scientific system of practice Are fully cup Irinod in tho appendix of the Quot Peoples common sense Cal adviser a a Book of Over 900 Large paces which is so popular As to have reached As Leof almost 100,000 copies within a few months of its first publication. It is sent Post paid by the author to any address of. Receipt of $1 50. Address r. V. Fierce d., worlds dispensary Buffalo n. _ it in the Gnosis at the Windsor Are among the Best in the land. They have been drawn there by the carefulness of the proprietors shown toward them and Many make this House their Home during the summer and Winter. It is Cool in summer and its thorough ventilation obviates the Many dangers resulting trom improper heat during the Winter. Hundreds of wealthy people spend a portion of the year there where they May have easy Access to the mouse meets of the City. No better place can be found than the Windsor on fifth Avenue Between forty sixth and forty seventh streets. Now York. A it it in for bronchial asthmatic and pulmonary complaints and coughs and colds Quot Broin s Jironec Nal troches a Manifest remarkable curative properties. Fcl7-3t-17.20.q2lq a. B. Morey at 11 And 7 30 At 2>2 Sunday school it St. Paul A Church. Cor. Seventh and Smith a tsp preaching to Morrow at. 11 And 7h By the pastor Rev. H. B. Ridgaway , sunday school at 2a 6ervioe of song after evening Sermon. I it View i v and Jerusalem f Church. Cor. John fourth its. Usual services to Morrow morning at 11 of clock. Rev. E. A. Beaman will preach. 8ut>je 4 of discourse Quot the building of spiritual temples i All Are w eve until presbyterian Church Broad Way. Sue Lees to Morrow by the Rev. Z. M. Humphrey dj>., at 11 And 7 It first Prush Tekian Church fourth St. North Side. Bet. Main and Walnut. Rev. Geo. B. By Echer pastor. Rabbath school at 9a Presch inst at 11 And 71� Beats free. It Central Christian Church. Ninth St. Bet. Plum and Central Avenue. W. T. Moors motor. I caching to Morrow at 11 And 7 30 Subject morning Quot creation and re creation a a evening Quot the gospel it United presbyterian St., Between race and Elm. Church. Sixth Rev. W. H. French. D.d., pastor will preach to Morrow at ll1 a.and 7 Rev. N. C. Mcdill will preach at it to 8. Monday. Tuesday and wednesday evenings of next week. You Are invited. It a Ion Robinsons Are minister. S in it or the doctrine second Sermon Ival work Many Aro in meaning of atone Tabernacle co Grega opera House. Heary M Day morning the atone of sacrificial offering for note in these Days of up eclat anxiously inquiring concerning meet what is the scripture Truh concerning sacrificial offering for sin in what l lation does the death of Jesus stand to the Law of go and the Aiu of Mant How Are men saved by the a a a Ood of and in what sense la his blood applied t the Quot washing away of sins and the cleansing of the Inman soul which of the Many interpret ions of thy cd our of is the Correct one and How shall that connect interpretation to determined in a word what Paul mean Beu be answered the question of tho Jailer at Philippi and said a believe on tho lord Jesus Christ and Thon Shalt be saved a a and Gentile Are invited to hear. The music is con plated by professor c. M. Currier with select band id fifteen instruments. Programme of sacred song r. Voluntary orchestra. 2. Quot come Thon fount of every 3. Offertory a orchestra 4. Quot from i Enlund a icy 5. Quot come a quote disconsolate we cordially invite All who Are not in the Cuti Chest and All who feel that they Are not Welcome to the Church and All Olio do not believe the churches us i As sceptics infidels unbelievers of All sort we cow ally invite you to come and hear our ministry and Elter into our Fellowship for it is written Quot Como with of and we will do Yon it Vine Street congregational Church services will be held this Church on Sun Day february 18. Sermon morning and Everidg by the Rev. Or. Smith of Oberlin. Seats free and All Are in voted. It seventh St. Congregational Church vices to Morrow at 11 A us 7 30 All Are invited. It Stian Church Morrow morning a Ilbert of Baltimore of Victory a and for seats free. All be services. It Richmond Street cd Corner Cutter. Preaching and evening by elder Alfred a . Morning theme Quot the Fiu the evening Quot the Star of Beth Are cordially invited to attend the niversal1st Church pm Tom St., bet. Fourth and fifth. Rev. J. A Nirav Bailey. 11 ., topic. Quot our Trae a 45 ., the fourth lecture to Young people on a a a is Phemy against the holy ghost or the unpardonable the text will be fully explained and god out father be relieved from the imputation of or give Ness and tyranny. Fe7-2t i7 first unitarian Church. Cor. 8ixtii and Mound Ste. Item. J. L. Jones Western unitarian Secretary i caches at 11 of clock in Quot the economies of re Ivlou a evening at 7 30 of clock on Quot the religion of seats free to All. Fel7-2t in ninth St. Baptist i v at 11 By Rev. H. W. Duncan. D.ij., and an address at 7 30 By major g. W. Ingalls. It it. Auburn Baptist Ino to Morrow at 114>�?Tclock, by the pastor Rev. Chis. A. Hayden. Sunday school at 3 at 7�a Trinity E. Chuchi bet. Race and Elm. Rev. We 1st. Who has Labord succession India and Africa will Are Ali 1 and evening and enter upon ase to continue during the week announced. Everybody invited. . A a Come see a live Happy school. To ninth Street Taylor the evangel in America England i Morrow morning is of special services 3d further As May be sunday school at 2 30 och Tyks flt hand game. Delicacies for Lent. California Salmon Brook Trout fresh Stind Aud All varieties of the finny tribe from the lakes and Rivers of the North and Atlantic Ocean. 0. 8. Malt Bjo a first class Baltimore oysters in cans and bulk. Wild ducks and Jack snipe. Orders solicited and promptly filled guaranteeing to our patrons the Benefit of Law prices. Hobt. Orr tic of. 115 West sixth by South Side near a amp be. It dry goods. James it. Laws at co., <3-003349 merchants. Dry commission sole agents for Middleport Woolen Mills Gold medal jeans wa1,l City jeans Carrollton Wool n Mills jeans fe6-7t-5p pure Gold Jean caul Hollton jeans. Educational. Bishop Hellmuth colleges London Ontario. Canada Ifford the highest intellectual and Christian education to a he sons and daughters of gentlemen. At very moderate charges. The colleges Are one mile apart and Are both supplied with an Able staff of experienced resident european teachers. College boys. $250 per annul including ail charges. Hellmuth ladies College. $350 per annul. Reduction to clergymen. Yearly scholarships on very advantageous terms. Principal and chaplain Rev. H. F. Darnell . Jol7-62tsa books. Stationery frs. In not a in a a a a Vav Vav Vav Robert Clarke amp weekly bulletin of new Boehls Philosoph goal discussions. By Chauncey Wright. $3 50. The convict s Leisure hour series. By Auerbach. $1 26. The childhood of the English people. By e. 8. A imitate. $1 25. Selex tons a Tom the writings of lord Macaulay. Edited by tre Vaimau. $2 50. A Rule to in ivs travels and adventures in Central Asia. By Frd. Burnaby. $2 50 love in 1 it guess. By Euen w. Piney. Paper 60o cloth. $1 50. Life in South Africa. By lady Barker. $1. St driven. By Mary Lealy. $1. Weavers and a Eft. By Finias a Eddiw. 26o. Anna Warwick. By Georgina T Raik. 60o. The fatal secret. By mrs. South Worth. $1 75. Widome. From the French of Alphonse due Iet. $1 50. Contribution. To the historical society of Montana. Vol. I. Fresh supplies of some other babies. Magazines. a journal tor Manoh. A Brilliant serial novel excellent Cliart stories picture sane descriptions of places in the old world romantic delightful poems charming essays. And the new traditions 50e. Anna s of a baby cloth i paper. 50c. A Wilo of Windsor. By Anna Gaa Koil Coth. $1. Than Xii blossoms. By Biet Harte. $1 25. The Barton Experiment by the author of Paier. 50c cloth. $1, courtship to 1720 Aud 1860. By Hawley smart. . A drama by Tennyson. $1. Flower and Thorn. By t. B. Aidrich. $150. Paper 50c Helen s $1. C7 an assortment of devotional books for the lenten season. So books sent by mail Post paid on receipt of Price. Robert Clarke amp co., publisher bookseller and statto Norf g5 West fourth Street. It pkg stink. Harvard University Cambridge mass. Harvard for admission will hereafter be held on the three Days following the last wednesday in june at Cambridge and at Cincin Nati and on the three Days following the last wednes Day in september at Cambridge Only. For details procure the circular concerning admission to the Coll eve. The elective courses of study in Harvard College a descriptive list of which May be had on application will hereafter be open to persons not less Thau Twenty Oue years of age. Who shall satisfy the faculty of their fit Ness to Pui sue the particular courses they elect although they have not passed the usual examination for admission and therefore can not be candidates for the degree of Bachelor of arts. Letters on this subject should be addressed to professor c. J. White registrar Cambridge mass. Lawrence scientific five courses of study in this school which Lead to a degree t Vilien Giuder. Mining Engineer or Bachelor of science Are All henceforth four years in length. Examinations for admission occur at the same times Aud places As the examinations for admission to Harvard College. Law who hold no degree in arts or science must hereafter pass an examination for admission to this school in latin in Blackstone a Oom Ruenta nes. And in English. For latin French May he substituted or some other language by Especial permission for All persons who enter after the current year the course of Sanuy for the degree will be three years in length. The admission examination will be held in june both at Cambridge and at Cincinnati in the autumn at Cambridge Only. For details see the circular of tho school. Medical who hold no degree in arts or a Oierce must hereafter pass an examination for admission to this school in Larin in the elements of physics and in English French or German will be accepted instead of latin. The course of instruction covers three full academic years the year beg Muing on the thursday following the last wednesday september and ending on tho last leones any in Juno. The admission examination will be held in june both at Boston and at Cincinnati in september at Boston Only. Dental and after september. 1870, the course of instruction in this school extends Over two full academic years and the division of the 7ear into a Winter session and a Spring or summer session ceases. Examinations for examinations which were held for the first time in 1874, Are a part of the regular work of the Ulvi a site. They will be in 18/7, during the first fortnight in june simultaneously at Cambridge new York Aud Cincinnati. F or Infozina ton address the set teary of the local committee at 5 in Aik Square Boston go fifth Avenue new York or 309 w. Fourth us. Cincinnati. For information concerning any of the above departments of the University or concerning the Divi Pitr school tho Bushy institution school of agriculture or the degrees of ., . And s d., address j. W. Harris Secretary Cambridge mass. De23-13t-Sa vib Gotine Hill cure rheumatism by Ingvale ., october 12, 1870. Or. H. R. St tors dear sir fifteen years ago last fall i was taken sick with rheumatism was to move until the next april. From Toat time until Rhine years ago this fall i suffered everything with rheumatism. there would be weeks at a time that 1 could not sep one step. These Atia oks were quite often. I suffered everything that t Man could. Over three years ago last Spring i commenced taking veget1ne. And followed it up until i had taken seven bottles. Have had no rheumatism since that tune. I always advise every one who is troubled with rheumatism to try Vega Tine and not suffer for years of i have done. Tuis Etc Lemeut is gratuitous As far As or. Stevens is concerned. Yours. Ac., Albert Crooker firm of a. Crooner a co., druggists and apothecaries. Western lands a Home Ain to farm o of your own classes at 9 30 it Fergus Street Christian Church n. Macleod pastor. Preaching at 11 ., Aud 7 30 Evening subject review of a Sermon on Eph. In and a a a one lord. One Faith one it Bible Chapel sum at 11 and 71�. Attend and ing to tho ancient can Rob. Bell preaches a preaching Accord it Ren to Aljy Mound at Ibarr Ste. Rev. O. A. Hills Church. Cor. D.d., pastor. Services at ii And 7 is Sabbath so Looi at 2l Oc4-tf-8a third pre8by1krian Church seventh Street Between i inn and Baymiller. Rev. J. P. E. Kumler pastor. Services Ai 11 . And 7 Fel 2-tf-Sa preferred special. Cincinnati orchestra full Reed band Michael Brand conductor every sunday afternoon and evening at the Lookout House it is Frank Harff proper. At Stevens Book store All the new novels magazines latest styles of visiting cards and Fine note papers Blank books child Retro books teachers bibles books for Lent amp a. 39 West fourth Street. Fel5-5t-ps we have now received another in voice of decorated Tea sets at $5 for set of forty six pieces also chamber sets at $4 50, of All colors. The twice of our Plain Continental goblets has been reduced to 90c per dozen. F. 8chultze a co., fe7-2t-ps no 72 Vav. Fourth St. No lady a toilet Complete unless there lie the fragrant Soa Odon unto the breath Sweet doors it imparts the Gums a Ruby redness soon assume the Teeth Quick rival Alabaster tint Aud seem As pearls set in a Coral vase. Fcl7 3t-17,20.22-ps or. Wll born cod liver Oil and need no longer Dreitz to take that great specific Lor consumption asthma and threatening coughs cod liver Oil As prepared by or. Wellbor it is ribbed of the nauseating taste and also embodies a preparation of the phosphate of Lime giving nature the very article required to Aid the Healing qualities of the Oil. And to i Creato where disease has destroyed. This article also funds a remarkable tonic and will cause weak and debilitated persons to become Strong and robust. It is for 6ate by All respect Atile a Truge str throughout the country and should be kept 111 every family for Cove Ienco of instant use on the first appearance of coughs or irritation of the Linss. Manufactured Only a. B. Wll Dob chemist Boston. Sold by All druggists. Fel7-3t-pe-17,20,22 society notice. Literary club meeting this evening. C. A. Merrill clerk. It the Friendly sons of St. Patrick will meet at their rooms. No. 114 w. Of Arlo St. Saturday evening. February 17. At 8 of clock Ebarp. All members Are requested to attend. It rout. H. Brown rec. Sec a. Old Volunteer irem rns Lufft association will meet to night. Ets to the anniversary. Bit. A �?1 to receive tick come Ull. Albert Paddack. Becky. Notice a. Corns bunions bad nails cured without pain drawing blood or use of acids by or. Pits i eld 143 w. Fourth St. Satisfaction guaranteed la All cases. Consultation free. A lt-5p. Board of Jrade. There will be a a Nett no at the rooms of the Board of it eat 11 i ., this Day to take into consider Al in the propriety of Reo omme uding the adoption of the so cawed Quot Daylight members and others interested in the matter Are invited to attend. It j. F. Blackburn Sec a. Aurora Iron and company Stock for Sale by a co. Lt-5p manufacturers attention. Employment wanted for about Liff to 150 boys at the Hoase of Refuge after february 1. 1877, with Good shops Power it acc. Applications May be to the committee on labor r. A. Holden g7 Vine St. John Minor 31 Walnut St. John Webb jb., 154 w. Fifth St. Or h. A. Monfort. Superintendent at the institution. Fel5-6t5p a in gift try years the Vega talk Ultimo Mary Balsam of Cutler Bros. A co., Bostoni stands unrivalled for coughs colds and consumption. Sold in Cincinnati by Allen a co. Sam a cigarette. Lamei que. A new cigarette. Perique and vanity fair mixture. Quite equal to a Cigar and at Oue Reuth the Cost. Unlike ail others. Provided with mouthpiece to avoid direct Contact of the Teeth and in Neon lining of the Cheeks with tho tobacco while the entire Quantity of tobacco is consumed. Packed in to foil and gotten up with the same care and attention that characterizes All the productions of on factory. Highest Centennial award. Sample by mail 15 cents ask your dealer for our goods. Five prize medals. We. S. Kimball amp co., Rochester n. Wholesale agents. Voige Winter 159 main St., John c. Davis 166 Vine St., Cincinnati. O. Fel3-gl marriage. Abbott Rowell on the 14th of Feu Rubiy. By the Rev. Or. Duncan. J. P. Abbott of Cleveland and m168 Mollie Rowohl. Of Cincinnati. Cleveland papers please Dunllam-1 Ubas Nieft a at Winton place tuesday evening. February 13. 1877, by Rev. I. F. Convey 65r. Frank w. Dunham to miss Bebe f. Thrasher. Alloney Dormer at Richmond Lulia Ivi on the morning of the i5tli mat., by the re. Or. Wakefield Rector St. a Church. Or. Jumes Wilda to Roney assistant editor of the Richmond Teh Quot ram. To Ilise Mary e. Dormer. All of Richmond. N the line of a. Great Railroad with Good Inar Kots both East and West. Now is the time to secure it. Mild climate Fertile soil Best country for Stock raising in the United states. Books maps full information also Quot the Pio near Quot sent free to All parts of the world. Address o. F. Davis land com. U. P. R. A. Fel7-4t8a Omaha neb. Insurance. Ceril Floate of compliance. State of Ohio insurance department Columbus. January 31. 1877., whereas the Jefferson insurance company located at St. Louis in the state of Missouri has filed in this office a sworn statement by tho proper officers thereof showing its contrition find business and has complied in All respects with the Laws of this state relating to fire insurance companies incorporated by other states of the United states now. Therefore in pursuance of Law. I William Hill superintendent of insurance of the site of Ohio do hereby certify that said company is authorized to transact its appropriate business of fire insurance in this state in aver dance with Law during the current year. The condition Anu business or said company at the Date of such statement december 31, 187g is shown As follows aggregate amount of available assets $209,535 48 aggregate amount of liabilities except capita including re insurance. 40,293 04 net assets. $229.242 44 amount of actual Paia up capital. 200,000 00 table of contents the Mountain Region of North Carolina by Christian Reid with 7 illustrations. Love or study. By E. W. S. With 3 illustrations. A Cherry a novel f baps. . By Helen b. Mothers Autho of a comin thro the Rye Quot Quot As comes up the a. With illustration by c. S. Keith it. The Young doctor. By Ellen w. Piney. The 8ingek�?Ts error. By Howard Glyndon. Charles mackay�?T6 by a. H. Guernsey. The Tower of Perc Emont. X. By Georg Sand. In weariness. By mrs. S. M. B. Platt. Giorgione s Venice. By Charlotte Adams. Quot son by Mary Wager Fisher. The defences of constantinople. By Geo. M. Towle. With an 1 Ilustr Tiou. Out of London. Chapter i. By Julian Hawthorne. Cult tre heroes of the ancient americans. By John t. Short. A floridian Island. By H. Jaqueta. Editor�?T8 table or. Schliemann a discover Aai the function of criticism growth of Art Cutora in America Why should we sympathy Leo with Russia 1 new books. Prole 25c per number subscription Price $3 per annul in a Vanoe. Subscriptions received for any length of time at the same rate. D. Appleton amp co., Publ Uhera new York. It the popular science monthly conducted by e. L. To Tomans. Contents of the a Larch number i. Education As a science. Ii. La Ii. By Alexander Bain by vests time. Rhonda Tim is a disease of the blood. The blood in this is Esse is found to contain an excess of fibrin. Veoet1ne Acta by converting the blood from its diseased condition to a healthy circulation. Veo Etin e regulates the bowels which is very important in this complaint. One bottle of veg Etine will give Relief Bat to effect a permanent care it must be taken regu arly and May Tako several bottles especially an cases of Long standing. Veo Etin e is sold by All druggists. Try it and your verdict will be the same As that of thousands before you who say Quot i never Lound so Enoch Relief As from the use of veg Etine a which is composed exclusively of harks roots and herbs. V e g e t in e so Nice to Tako. Peabody mass., Webster Street. November 14, 1876. Or. H. R. Stevens dear sir i had always been troubled with the hip complaint from childhood but no sores appeared till i was 16 years of age Thieu the sores to told gather in clusters Aud break out into one. 1 suffered everything. The physicians in this place said it. Would not do to Hoal up the pores. I tried Many Recti Odies different physicians a nil received no Benefit i was i had not walked a Stop for two years. I was recommended to try Veo Etin e. Alter taking two or three bottles of Veo Etine these sores discharged fearful quantifies of matter which left in a weak Date. But i begun to feel Oetter. I commenced to take the veg Etine in August and Between thanksgiving and i Lariat oils was Able to walk around a and visit Griir Liboris. Veg Etine must do a great Cleanser nud purifier of the blood. It is such a Good Medicine so Nice to take i think that if parties afflicted with to Crof Ulous Humours would Only take the veg Etine they would never regret it. Yours respectfully Hattie to. Boynton. Veg Etine is composed of roots barks and herbs. It is very pleasant to take every child a Loeb la v b o Vej t i int b. Nothing equal to it. A / it South 6aleh, mass., november 14, 1870. My. H. R. Stevens dear 8ir---i have been troubled with Scro Nln canker and liver complaint for three years. Nothing Ever to any Good until i commenced using tho veg Etine. I am now getting first rate and a till using a he veg Etine. I consider there is nothing equal to it for such complaints. Can heartily recommend it to everybody. Yours truly mrs. Lizzie Packard no. 16 Lagrange St., South to Alein Al ass. Formation of raindrops and Hallstone. Prof. Osborne Roy holds. Illustrated Iii. On tho study of biology. By prof. T. H. Huxley. In. How the Earth was regarded in old times. From the French of Fla Marion. Illus rated v. How tho Earth was explored in 1870. From judge Dalys address. I. Is the Moon a dead planet by Edmond net san f. K. A. S. Vii. Size of the principal telescopes of the world. Viii. The journeying a and dispersal of and Mala. In. The Early Alan of North America. By a amp Grote. X. By ogre phial 8ketch of Thomas Edward. With portrait i. . Xii. Editors table biology in common schools a Sousae questions answered prof. Morsels Leo Turey Bain of education. Literary notices. Tyndall s fragment of science Tol Houseni a technological dictionary w rights Principia or basis of social science Braden apr Bern of problems Mansfield a anal navigation Minot s land Buda Ami game Buda of new England the Andes and the Amazon it Etc. Norulak Milf Cellas aut Arctic icebergs animals and steam engines prof. Dana on on the origin of Prairies Al be tire Sinai car feeding habits of Wood ants How Reo rites were regarded in Olden times education in the Public schools of Massachusetts the plasticity of Loo Jyce notes. Terms $5 per annul postage Freo or 50 cents per number. Appletov8 journal and the popular science monthly together for $7 20 per annul postage prepaid by the publishers. It Appleton a Cut a publishers 549 and 551 Broadway new York. The for Galaxy mar of ii 8urplua. $29.242 44 amount of income for the year in Cash. 87,649 73 amount of expenditures for tho year in Cash. 60.137 18 in witness the eur i have Hereunto subscribe name find caused the Seal of office to Beal be affixed the Day and year above written. W. D. Hill superintendent s. F. Covington agent at Cincinnati. O. Lt-5p corporation. Cincinnati and Baltimore r. R. Co. A Cincinnati. February 10.1877. J 11he annual meeting of the Stock. Holders of this company for election of directors will be held at. Their office Southwest Comer of fourth Aud Plum its. Cincinnati on wednesday february 21, at 1 of clock Fel3-eodtillfe21 Chas. F. Low. Sec a. Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad 1 a reorganized it office of Secretary. Cincinnati feb. 10, 1877. The annual meeting of the stockholders or this company for election of directors. Will lie held at their office. In this City on wednesday february 21. At 12 of clock noon. Fel3-iodtillfe2l Chas. F. Low. Sec a. S not brokers. Note broker. To stocks Bonds and notes bought and sold Oft commission. 8 special attention Given to negotiating Loans. Lutie Miami Gas Street Railto a and City insurance stocks tor Sale by le7-2t r. E. Dun la p. 88 w. Third St. For rent. For rent. That Well known property s. E. Cor. Of ninth Ana we Alnut its. J. Masters. Fel6-3t--5p 8 East thud St., up stairs. Jex fcut3r Ixo a be. Exe to Trixy Capri , by to Jinks and wagons belonging to Ilievs Latoof the h. Niemeyer will be Olfred at private Cal at s50 and 561 Walnut St. I fell-151 Justina Niemeyer executrix. Bankruptcy. District court of the United states Southern District of Ohio. In bankruptcy no. 1681. In the matter of Joseph t. Matthews bankrupt. The creditors of said bankrupt Are notified that he has filed his petition in this court praying for a final discharge from All his debts provable under the bankrupt act and tho acts amendatory thereof and said creditors Are required to appear at a court of bankruptcy to be held before at office. No. 6 e. Third St., , on the 12th Day of March 1877, at 10 o clock ., Aud show canse it any they have Why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Flamen Ball Register in dated at Cincinnati february 16, 1877. Fel7-3i-Sa Ignec. District court of the United states District of Ken tack. In tho matter of John Gatliu in bankruptcy. The undersigned hereby gives notice of his a ointment As Assignee of John Martin adjudged a bankrupt upon his own pet Tiou. David n. Commin Oore ass. Moulton. Johnson a Levy. Attorneys. Cincinnati. Feb Navy 9. 1877._fel07r-Sa Legal. V Oto Chi �8hkreby go Lek that a Tiff so la in Scriber has Beed appointed and qualified As administrator de Bonis non with the will annexed on the estate of Dell Cameron late of Hamilton county a. J. Clark administrator. Cincinnati february 2, a. D. 1877. Fo3-3tsa veg Etine eradicates every kind of humor and restores the entire system of a healthy condition. Vestine a for eradicating All impurities of the blood from the system it has no equal. It Lias never Fai de to effect a cure giving tone Anil strength to the system debit rated by disease. Veg Etine prepared by Al. R Stevens Boston mass. Veg Etine now Heady. Contents. The English peerage. By. E. C. Grenville misanthrope. By Julia Mccarthy a Wordsworth a corrections. By Titus Munson do Une Juno Femme Enron Gabbie do Florence. By E. W. tinsel. A Gold-mjnkb�?T3 Lovic Story. In five cbaptek8. By Henry . Shall punishment punish a if enunciation. By Kate question. By a. H. Lassie a complaint. By t. By Ivan Beethoven. By Sidney dramatic canons. By Frederick evening party with the cossacks of Llie Don. By David Drift Wood. By Philip scientific nebulae. By the editor. Sheldon amp company lt-5p 8 hurray Street n. By Mary l. by Chauncey Hickox. Eastern w miscellaneous. Murray a Bucu Candy. Ask your druggist. Fel7-2t -5pl D. Williamson ill be Olad to see All his old Cus is sold by All druggists and dealers. Tel 4-2t-5v Docsa a a steamship. Inman Lin e3 Alii St amers for Queenstown and Liverpool sailing from new York As follows City of , March 3. 8 00 City of Bri . March 17. 6 30 City of Berlin saturday. 6arch 24. 1 00 City of , March 31, 6 30 City of , april 7,12 30 A Skenzera will find Thesa steamers tastefully fitted up Aud the state rooms Large and perfectly ventilated. Tiie saloons Are the entire Width of the vessel and situated where their is least noise and motion greatly lessening the liability to sea sickness smoking rooms ladies boudoir piano Fortes and libraries Bath rooms. Barbera a shop electric Beils spacious promenade de rfcs a. Southerly course during the ice season. A a rates of passage�?$80 and $100. Gold according to Accomma Silati u. All having equal Saloon privileges. Round trip tickets�?$145 and $175, Gold. Steerage to and from All Points a reduced rates. Joh q. Dalk agent. 15 Broadway. New y0rk, or g. H. Bussing a co. Kepler a co. Jos. A. a co., Cincinnati. Ioll-4m state line. New York to Glasgow Liverpool dub Lin. Belfast and Londonderry from pier 42 North River toot of canal St As follow state of . February 22 state of , March 8 state of pknn8ylva Day March 15 first . $60. $65 and $70, according to accommodations Orturo tickets $125. Second Cabin $45 return tickets. $80. Steerage at lowest rates. Apply to Aurion Baldwin a co., agents no 72 , n. Y., or to a Klinc Khamleu Park lire we by. Cor. Race and thirteenth sts., Cincinnati Ohio agents. Only direct line to France. Flthe gun Kra transatlantic company a x mail a teams Between new y Ork Aud Invie calling at Plymouth g. For the Landing of passengers will sail from pier no. 42, Noil River toot of mor Tun St., Ovest alternate saturday begin ten with Canada. . Heb. 24, 2 For particulars address Louis de Bebian agent no. 55 Broadway or la blot a co., 6 w. Froats. Agents for can Cunati. Ike Lyos ki�510val8. Removal t. C. Bradford. M. Do a 315 rack Street West s de South of ninth or. Pc Ciao office hours Iron 10 To 1 Ja28-i5t Eod towers and wends St 35 West Pearl Street. Lt-5p a a a for offs. On receipt of 20 cents we will mail to any add Roas a set of our original a amt fair a Frog after March x. Will have ready two new subject when the entire Sot will be mailed on receipt o a 30 con to. W. A. K pm h All a co. I Herloss tobacco works. Lit Rochester n. T. Lew. Bomfim opens his new lunch and Sample rooms this morn 1 no. At 10 of clock at 21 w. Fourth to. Opposite the merchants Exchange. His rooms the elegantly fitted up. Would be pleased to see Bis friends Aud tho Public. A grand old lunch will be set. Lt-5p Martin Kane opens his new Saloon . wad nut and sixth sts., at 6p.11. To Day. On sunday morning at 9 of Olock. He welcomes ids friends Toa grand lunch roast pig. Toast Turkey Turtle soup lobster salad Lamb girls and All the Del Cados of the season. Fe7-2t-5p piano. Organ. A. The Yeury Best pianos in America that surpass and outsell All others Are the celebrated kitting a pianos. The Manhattan pi-1_ Anos Calen Berg a Vau pelts gift Anos. Central pianos and the b Eli Nino a diehls piano. Britt no a Royal organs that eclipse All other. Plano and organs sold on no it Ashly payment from $15 upward. Piano and Organ buyers will save their Money by the hundreds of dollars by Bovine from us and get the very finest Inatsu Yiente Ovule at that. Piano for vat at trom �8 to u5 Ting amp boo. Firat class piano and Organ . And le�4. Inst in Smilor. And Aole an Nta for ibo Al it ova Pranos Cornet of fifth and Plum Sta fe5-Eod-tf Decker Brothers pianos. In addition to these unrivalled i Stottl mints we offer n line is in of Piam i. Including the favorite Valley Gem and a Venrie Gay of Standard new York make at the most favourable prices and terms. D. H. Baldwin amp co., 158 West fourth St. A Large let of Stey organs just received. Nome styles especially suited Ier Home and churl r _ buy tho Stock piano. It is the Best. Call and Slife a full Stock at Albert a Kelly say it s. W. Cor. Fourth and Elia Street

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