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The Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - October 24, 1885, Cincinnati, Ohio Grand Opera-Hcuse, EMMA g “MIXIADO.”! Wednciii«yl,lffttinee, i«<ilfojatuunbal». Fridnsr Night, Monday, October W. Monday, Tuesdiy, Wednesday and Thursday,\nd Saturday Matinae. iGUturday Night, I    Ti Morma, roTAtcr*. -ry % THE OUTSKIRT. What Our .Nekhbors are X Saying and Doing. Spicy Notes of More or Lesa In-terest. Collected by our ^ Reporters. COVIHOTOH. ” J. J. IlopkinN hsK IxH'n ves^l wUh police power* fvir IVxme lilo* k. y ' The funeral©^ ll.e a;.Tfi mofhcr r»t Mr S’m, Mt^iraw will take place thii nini^inir Ix'wia Braicr4le war iaili-d la«t night for aaic kwping. He liua l>een trvliig wr «ev-eral «íév^ to kill lii;niK‘lf. Mrn, jiidije O'Harw »1k» faati lieen tIbI-ing llie fattiiijr of the Itev. John Worrell, of New York, hax rrtuma*! home. The funeral of Mis* Fanny Ihexiius took place ftom tl^e'MotitirOf «íod church, her lopr brotlien* acting aa poll-lx'arers. I,eave «ubarríiitiona, ad%-crtiaementa, Item* of news or other mattera for the Tai/-■KBAM at Tonnuie Williama’, No. 405 Scott street.    « The hor'«c atto<‘tie(l to the wagon of Mr. iTuw. Mill* took frigfit on* Main (.rn-et ye*-ferday and ran otT, badly im»<hing the , wrag«»n. y    There seems to he a difTerence of opinion '    in «“garri to thcrotite the Kentfickv rail- '* ' poa»l diall tak^ in gt>itig;throu*li (.’Oytngton lothe.rivey. ,    ‘^'4    ] .’i' , Mrs. ÍÍ«shatter, the mothierof Slfr. Hias. ijelsbauyr. (^4liis city, die<l at the home of h#r *on-m-fflw, t’Uss. Fectér, in Nrw¡>ort, yeeterday evening. Eaquirc J. P. Tarvin is courttiwl to his bed with a severe coM. and in all [iroba-bllity will not be ahle to attend to his busj-nes* for .«,*veral day*.    . ,1    Go    to L. Young’*, (4)8 Madison avenue, and get forty pontiiis of fancy dour for $1, a good cigar for one cent, i »tlier gixals low, down. Headquarters for Héno tea. t’hirken thie\e* have licena)j)er.iting *ur'‘ sessfuHy for the pa.t few vvtrks in the mdgliU r ick, d of Klevcnth and Stevens atrcet*. ' It i.s rlainHsi" that the < hiCkcn*. an* i    sirhjily iujun-d and left to hlei*<l to death, t-    Mr. John I..., Fnrt^T will, p'li fhe fir>f pf- the mnntit. take the plaic in the coiinly clerk’s office nia<lc *a am hy the Vc»ig?ia-tionof Mr. Kd Kciitri^ .Mr Heniz li i.s («.fn j apfstimpil by Cd'ector 1'aviil.oii to take | tlie place of Mr Wisid Ü«'>wcn,    ' ■ ■"'J herc Ls h6 doiibi but w haf the ordinance jffl'Sod 'by the city co!iri' ¡l at it-s l:r<t nx i t-^ ing in fcgar.l to the k<-ntuckv t cntral railroad goil g o t’incinb'aii. a til can>c,a ;.n*at deal of fro! he. ¡isa great inuny |s-o|ia*. owning pn>|s*rte iilon,t Un* pro|« «eci.r.ntte say that thcv will h^h; it in the courfs. MIJbPOHD. The !n,nsiral an 1.literary entcr!.ainnient and oyster snp{i, r af 1 he-M 1. < h ir< hlti't . evening, find» r tne a.t.' s o; the Yomig h*ij|>le s uti, >11, w '..s li ■.iieeesv ; Tlic follow ing progntniMie w a. l.nely rcm'lered PROOitASMK—1*A« i. 1. Optniim.Servi<s*.,i-..\ ....... v.l’rayrr, =    '    ,K»*v.    1»    '    Vnma*. ; • ,    2. Recititión............."Th»    hUck..inUh » .Story.' H I. HruuMiii. S. V»M*«1 pnet ............................‘'Rp«l»‘«*meil,'' eisst. K. JobnsuD, Mrs. Van<*e. 4. FluU* solo  ...........- "I'oika Brilliante,” fUttord t obb. j ‘ ' 5. Bewlint;.---------- .../‘The    Voyage    of Life,'* i    Prof.    S.    T. Dud. «. Comet (■‘•to............“Bennciful laleof th« Sea. John Millitian. 7. Ifeariing.....................“ o kery Setting • Hen," K. D. Man.ord. 5. VoC»! Trio  .........  “O,    Kn>tIewSea." ■    Mím    .\nn« hi.t.ui* K. D. Uaynei. A , C. <;hrisU;i>her. Intcnniaaion of Five .Miuutck (Inly. PAKT II    *    * 1. BteiuUoa "Dnthbeil of Henedict .Arnold,*' narrnee Harvey, Z Flute Solo   “Lui U dl lammermoor.' tllflord S. Voral I»uet...........•..“The    A)|iine llenisman," Miw Anna Moanu.    Mrs D < Vaa»e 4. Reading..,., i "The luely of l*rovence,'’ SIU« Myra t.ns no. S Voeal Solo ,    Ihe tis>maii k WedCiug m>nt.’' E. I) Hayiic* C. flaaoSolo  . •■ Whi»|irtiiigs of the Wiriili».” Mr* Frank lioftou. 7. Recitation  -"«.'harge at Valley Mailuy," lU.vwaDl (ibt b A. Vocal Quartet  ........ '(lathering    Home.*' Ml** Anna .MouuU,    Mr* P < Vanrv, t U. Sanford. A. C. rhrlatopher NEWFOBT. Mrs. M'm. Newman ha* rcturne»! from a visit to l.uro}>e. Freddie, the six year-old son of Hr F. A f>avi*. fell ye.ster.iay and fracture»! hi.s kii«e    '    '    J Rev. Wm Hall, of .Mnysville Ky., has rr-reived ara 1 to the pa.MoraU'of the Madi-*fn-street • brisliun » iiun*h. ■Mr* < ita-l.-* f.eid.auer die I yesterday afterrnK»n tit her i n i Law s Mr. ( baríes Fediteri r •iidenc , o.i i ront strut. Johnti;.. aged fnur, m,:i of Mr. John teriiiye.-, of Cemf.t! avemi'*, f»*ll from a *1ie»l y. St rday aftirnie.n and liruke Li* right arm    ’ Janif» Richard, formerly of H»rfer’* ndltng nt¡l!, har»»¿ene,¡ a len rtora at lot York *irrst. and »an furnisli h.apatroi* with tlie la». t»*as, collee and toba»*c*j in the market. Tiic Kn»tnirer i* a iittle too prematnre in annoon ing t'lat .'udgc Makiblam will order aa’oi» 1- lie ta»eti on the ouestion of enii.soliilutio t of NrW|ort, lielle ue and iHiyPm at an «arlydate There will hr»l liav* to lie an act by thel gislature. At the Pn**byu ran t'hunh lomolT-twr nmrning a jwrinon will be delivered hy Hr. J. L Met\»s*. ot I aijvi If. Kv. In *^le ven-iiiK R» v W. nilit of Ahhland. Ky., will deliver his popular le* ture, "The Tab-ernai le * Th* re will l»e attnw live music by the t boir at both wrvice*». MILLoRUBiJKO. H Gilpin «.f \Si:it« r -. t. Iowa, was in the cilT the week • n legal b ;*iiie*>. r'rank cki ly died i'hurwiay evening fre‘n tiie in un»*!» ne. i»«s| from falling Kiaie in the H wen coi 11 a k t b and fkinj) id start foi* Min-nea|«iHs ,th.* codling'week, whirh pLee tliev exjiecf to make ihtir futu^ l.ome. kiairi st ort is.i.o v, as always lot te»l iq the niiod*'. of ' the eng ne* r^nd louncil. That máknw ii y» rv »ii < e It t»i hiiild to. • GilirofTey foi ud that the *h»»me of his ehildiitssi' iiH» n»»»re sisiymg qua l es than Btic»ever V He wdf no-aeurrcaiiuo over hi« ohf runnt. r CUMMHfSVIHLS. Hr. Adams l a* iuomsI tiHsiborn, O. A fiHtr ' w.ignii will bestaiiunidal Oamp W; s'ongti n Mis"Mie:elo' Hoffiier street, Is visiting irie ,d* in iianiilton.H Huneyntfsit a r* i' i IngIn lig' I»*! «tr^ets, W 111 hair Mew a d w .Ha i.ef I w ek. Thf e gia't I '»» k»‘ • ii •arlv nitlit feet ♦ail, iia>t.e i Koi-io-o . iioiw Iowa, skated ut iht Spring '»to e a'tiue, riiiii Iwht idght. Lieut ne.iiiitigvr i    La    k    again    at lh>- Tmth Hoinit    atilio.i    i.iont,    l>n. ♦ ’Ill rr lilt b e ti» sfernsl to f'orry tile rAlHXOUNT Mr. and Mr l/ e‘.ni!l*r of Ft. I’atil Mlnti., are n* ;n*g Mr «Mu; IJkLu i rt* id *rhe >• » ' r 1 ^ Bf. I!'»'.iT titura <-hur<*h mny.dup '*    ‘    t*    »» n a Mr. <ir.eses Wile id not ahiini'ul.    , Iha aiann |r. j bni ‘JJ i call d eiigtn» €»'*n«njr    '    tlit» r< « »ier of Mr Joliosi n 'Ir    oit    mttm%    Ti.e    ahum Vaa rwustd by ta.    rue    iridiif p?:hd. wacnih. O I» TP I CJI .dk. N" , 41 West Bifth St., Fountain Square. 0|>er», Ft» Id ami Marine iíIbmc*. Telt scopca, Mi erteeiM“ S, iJa'oroeteiW. Theimouie e >ie liral Iwt e I a, Ma-.{lc'« lantera* Ann-wur I hoto-líTkpbtc ouisis, Aribit.cb»’, Eoginei'ts', tnd riurvcyor» wupplit». BARGAIN ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOOOE! 98 West Fifth Street—FALL OF 1885—Bet. Vine and Haoe. SICHT ■» PRH'El.I'srino not irlfle with your eye» a l««t •lit,t neve- retum*. D»'; n<>* hn.r.-OhiwM* Hmt are lo ►tiiied t ijour »>| n fro»» Pnxp* l*n»ssl deHlers. iiifu fHyr lAnt*» án ’ *i'}*< rf r fiu illlrta »s»«vWne t give my >pi «•-I8c| ^ «ml Kye-<»biairf«i> Vi te repetat o:i- Our store is now stocked with perfect mountains of Pall and Winter Clothing, thousinds of heavy suits, and overcoats all our own make Small expenses and manufacturing our own goods enables us to sell well made goods at lo v prices Atlantic Garden! liWlRQK iILAMSF.R, PmprietoK Grand Concert Every Evening BY -' 032700RDXA 0BCSB8TRA, And MH» . «IN( I.AIk and HI. HTOHE.N, thacvfe bratM 0)>i*ra'ie DueltUt».    lO-2-.a* > Men’T Department    Pants    Department ^ $4 wiR buy akin>Dgtaan’ai»uit,i><iaiHrelycbaafi SOc. *;£«, fl 00. |1 26 and |1 60 wUi buy good at W.    >1    alroiig    Men‘a    Fanta. t > will lie the price nf a Unioii Caacimere Rnlt. ft to, |2 00, |2 2-'>, |2 so, U 76 and |3 00 will lie Uuiild Ii*j ch«>i»|>atf7    ‘ a ; Ihw price of DtM*a Pant». • $, fiOwUl '•>*} sn All wotvkm i aiwl mere Suit r j fg m, fa r>,M 60 aiHl »'■ 00 wfll be the prtcr of f,>rmerprii-e. *!2 uO._    ...    Imported    i’orkartvw    WorMod    PanU. llJSOwllltmy a fine OOrkamw Suit; former prfív», tl6onit jyjo. A Urge variety of Rnclluh, French and Oermaa Worsted <’ork!vr«>w. In ail colora. tUrti and <Mt-away Frock. Thvse •uita were made by a eua- . tom tailor during the dull afvaonathali tbcir i value. AH th* above Pania arc aold at 46c on the dollar M former price*. SCO odd f^u at fiOc on the doller. 160 odd V«rt* lor tJSc to II 25.    ’    . Tbcw are from Broken Molt. Boy’s Departnaent Wis tiffer gft-at drlv»» Ih Moya' Mch<*>l'Mutla up lo the K>th of Heptcmlicr. Hi fore uklng Ihremory, Hnltt 11 40. fl O'*. 02. 02    92    V,. up to IT, These good. *:v have rv d need 07)4 per cent.    ^ F»wiU boy an All Woolen iorkwtew Mult; former price, 17 Sa r 60 will buy the flneet Boy'a Siiii we bate In thehouac; former prfav, 116. Rrty a Pants. 60c to 01 M. ' In tbla departUK'Ut we ofR r the greate»! Induce-ncnta. rvimptorv Silt Of Ovaeosts. W'v now oiief a fuCl line of Fail and WTatev Hverroaia of our own make ut the lowest iKMithlo prlir*.    ,    ; < ‘htrwhllla Overr-oaU fmm Ol 'A 16, up toflH Mcltofi (n-ercoata 06. OS. OH* Hsaver Ovcnnats, Mark. Mtic add bmwii. from to, fio. 113. ftk and upward Far Beavers % W, 012, and up ?« fl Fine rorkxrrew and DUgooat W<»raird Over cnat* 110, ttZ. 915. ltd. 5. BDBDORFER & CD., ManiifactnrerB of Clotliing V Merchant Tailora. BIG DB.IVES IlST iUli i tm. lÉnm. & t At J. H. DOHS & CD., 478 cf3 480 'SJLA.'LN S*rX^E3ErF, Plain and Striped 10-4 PlanneL from $1 to $1.60 per dos. Red Shaker Flannel, 3Cc, 36c and 40c per yar 1. Red and Grey Twilled 1 Unnel, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c. Best Quality Ladies Cloth, 75c and 85c. Brocaded Velvets, all colors, 50c, 65c and 75c. Plain Velveis, 40c, 5Dc, 66c, 75c, $1. Colored Silk velvets, $1 per yard.    .    ■    ^ Camel Hair Shirts and Drawerr, $1, $1.50, $2.* Red Knit Shirts and Drawers, 5óc, 75c, 81, 81.25, $1.50. BLA.TSri5.ETS! t    ImmenBe    AMortmcnt at Low Fncei. Canton Flannels, 5c, 6 l-4c, 7 l-2o. 8 1-3,10,12. Colcred Cantons, all colors, 12 1-2 J. '    ' ComiortersfromSl to $4. Very ueavy. > We guarantee goods as repreieated and the lowest pricea. J. :b;. o-oxxs c*? oo., 470 Axxd 480 ZkXain. Street. Court House Foroitore Store! ..    »V' Clnsing-Diit Sale! THE STOCK ANB FIXTURES ; ■    )    OK TIIK WKLI, KSDWN IwibF. BonthwBBt Corner Fifth end Walnut Streeta, roxsimKo or    '. Bold and Silver Watchaa, Riamanda, BUvarwara, Jawalry, flea. The above atock wiU be aold without reaerve or limit to the higheat bidier UNDER THE HAMMER, commencing THIS DAY, and continue each day untU Stock and Pixtv^ are diapoeed of. io-22,n,2i    E.    DAHLHEIMER.    Auctionoor. CORRECT STYLES NOW READY -AT THE- Art* thf LATF/*T and GUKATE-T ar hicv*- j of |»erfe< ti»*n in the art of piano i tiiakiiii They }*o-»sm5 lu'anH'. rvt>|in«B. and piinty of tone V» an extent fbuiid in no other, and    “s, i FAR f<rRPA.^'*ING ALL OTIIKR.S. ThF elpgaive of design and finish rhal-Hnge* etiin|»an-i t with t!»e nio*’ arfmtic work of onr pro^'revsive age. W e ran a.ld to all tliin the qualitiea of a lovely touch andphet; m .al <lurahiLtj\ D. S. JOHNSTON & CO., 46 ud 48 P0U«TiIN°8)UiBE. Wholevale and Retail luwleni In Siangan, t'hiikrdnx, M«th inhek. Em<‘rson"Vurt¿ Anon aiwi otL^r TUu»», . j\ -t-AXD the MAT HLH»^- JOHNSTON ORCAN8J To Pot Down Frauil. CZrCINlTATZ COMPAITT, Race and Arcade, Merling&Risher The Committee of 100 ia in need of additional fbuds for the- tucceaa-fbl proaeo*jtioD of peraona guilty of f; a ida in Rcgiitrsticm and Election. Ti •/ there OTe‘aek that every person deaironw cf oontrlbu» ting tothJi worthy end uball aead what he can, however email the amount, to PROPRIETORS. “QUEENA" FciMoi' Conek Qneena Is etqnMIe: It k pertmfoo. It k thaQMrtl M all prrpwraUntM r‘« Inivtiinl. It gfvwevel vriy apiM arenrv u* toe skin wlthoul the dlaagiw-*l»l«'p«lDty efeet of ail »Kb-rO now oa ml* U b*. be o an*iTM»t »7 tnrtuuail ■ leading ehem-leu. Wayne 4 Dtckory. «rfa<* proAouna* Uab aolutelv free from injurtou* MiUtanma and perfectly tarmleaa Tmi«l ao.! applied al our eip««nt Toilet Parlor, free of ebaige. Aim JULIUS DEXTER, Tre»«’r, lfL207t. St. Paul I* 4 viavv    IVI a «ww ^    ------- a full line of i,rw Paee Beautif^tnc Bm*! ...______________    'ín4m l. fl V'rtiikk Kenmver PtiUnga. Mol**.r(«rk •I’.e*. Medl'iated Rubber Faeebtoea W.l h.alibon ;L* i«i» > WAS BZC: 'a eae B 1» »»n war r aa |.»eer »>ili <h 1 a e a * ' 0 211 3, u.*rvel«i«.lv a u > nCXZaXalDXt , I t'» - I'I a llkve lea. tuperfluoua Hair removed Fewder, hnugi. brenadla». 1 nviHM. and evrrytfcltM known to artrmv ii>r makllig lediM heauiáful , Lad *1 prmaenadlng. atuTI'Inflt <*r vWUag the I It» a e ecrdially Invited b»r*fl at w Htrkm. where they wtll find i-lenaaat draaatng euoma ter the rearranrenM-nt of their lolleta. Pullw ledy atteodanie « II ready at all tlinet durtuf fae day a’ld g' iiitill alne o'ekicfc la ahirtr f».e*a whtther |»iirrhaaeaaf« nwdeor net lead .two <eiit aump I'd (in ular or rail at f .    FoMI'tJAX    TOILfT    PARLOM. 30* V» Fourth atnwt. nest door la Imady'a fVa- rinnatt. o N It *>prela1 atu-utiM gfvea la fhea ^ forofwrna ballt raevptlona, maUucea dm. gaeeineota ma le la advi » - he' a a »a ta 1 » , I I 111 t,e '.    1 s'l m 111 I • . . of    0    I    11 ul. » ni- * d' tm.    a to ' > ' 0 M»r<. hlrau I - JNUKn. * k k ra V* 2T lljf in w .Mr a '' • I e . nal a I Pi'T; i vteemma'i laiivnn <. WAPPi-NsTnx 4 cx>.. ruoiw c4 Hi WÜRUÍZtH 4 BROit od^'ith ! Thta aaruvy la pmpMvu U* uiMvrtiMMi ««m m|f|. tmaiaihu. utv Uáai»mealB vrliwiiuturiMiMt. tur» luiru»!.»! isiitcwfu hy rultway and eaama rtiuipaiilua. babka. law hrwo. lumuamae «mi|«. BHa. hielKuaa houMW and ImtlvMuail VlUei. rr.i, «.Ifiviry and dallvae lugtU»*a irua aayakMo la the ttiihm t •eeemioml. urn la all «dtkm n Third el iSd qMlNWll.(k r Warrawaruit. 4bM yemetlva, LUOT. MaBT LaStelUMi, i ^ ^ READ OUR PRICES: - ’ Bed Room Sets, - - - - $12.50 Marble Top Bed Room Sets, 24.00 Parlor Suits, - - - ■• -. 35.00 other Goods at Same Proportion. ^ □TTlj J. WANGELIN, 373, 37E, and SI, bet. 3tli Á C jurt. Fine Electro Flaied Wares. INFORMATION! DUHME & CO now diaplny in their    - The,4M.ddtve«P"entof e©o ' u1¡i.ntSe r»le    litiiilaUrq S COmplOt6 lino of tHj    Brands    of    ELECTRO    t'»* ft* mkn< lAhlrwi m    Oil    «I.ic*    ta»« tre.ili SILVER-PLATED TABLEWARES,and are aeUing^ e'lu. prdw    .    nfro w«ra.r »t » »fB'.imdir /T.    r eutioeeietab 'an-o Hi-!-«. d e e».»i*iit'e ev I;» T« I •*. fa piw themat Rcaaonable Pricea.    mqu a v^» .u.. . « , a . n «in ip.d e*J », MOla a Very altia ' Ha « r »»h ‘Ulow L>; lu .iL let Uir d' ««'ptt. II,    I a I 'pi r‘ »Mt' d»at T «'iNarta a    M>hH i. pply ic *uie« that I r r p <1 a b e ai;d ¡<eriu*u btty v*uh abvd. All PromineLt lanniactnrers Represented, IDTTSCBCXI db 00.» B'O’uxrtlA azi.cS. *VKrAlzi.út« Manufacturers of S^rlirg Silver Tablewares and Fine Gold Jewelry. Wholesale and RuiAil Dealcrj in Diamonds and Watches. DUHME &, CO. Established Almost Half a Century. .“'■A' . AMbkEMEBTS. THE PRINCESS ROLLER SKATING ACADEMY! linn, Clinton and Everett Sts. GRAND OPENING Tuesday Evening, October 27. Tvo Eaaes! Icilc C.eit'B'ly t fiMK'ral Kkatlng unl.l 11 1» Tb»* leit »■ o p*»d rtnk ia Am»rlra. I,a»* pair» I la i« >' kl »i It Fk.ut. ,Tl>aiii«»t»nrlM>-In Ul y H*S4tl LDWFRICEB at HUHME & CO.'S. VINE STREET OPERA HOUSE. EXTRA r.RAKIIPl RMIK.MAN' l>TO MORIiOW IM’NHAV) AT 22k< A.M* »> I' M Mo I a S rlal'v I bn»r>“''V o V»»fá»'»t* •«n»< dial»», . a c.'ra Ulrv Arla», n» c I b nuxi a».. *, Lovviy Frmal».'    a».. tpv .«u....., SARAH'S supper: *a» Toeaday, Thurvlay, %iunlay arvl FINE ELECTRO-PLATED TABLEWARES. Eeet Triple-PUtod Fruit Knivei - |1 per doren. Beat Tripie-PIated Dinner Knivea ei per do en. ^ Beat Triple-Plated Forka . . . $i per doaen. Beat T.iple-Plitcd Butter D ahea b4 each. 4 Beat Triple-P ated Cavtera ... $6 each. Best Triple-PIafcd Cake Baaketa Si ea h. Peat Trip’e-Piated loe Piccheni - 19 e ich. B/at Tr.| l3-Plated Salvera - - - 83 eac'*. Beat Triple-Plated Ovatrr Diahea 84 ca h. Beat Triple-Plated Tea Seta - • 8fO eaoa. TiigiiiLrr with a Unt** «lU e <un of otbar articlaa at vary low |<rh ai. DUHME & CD.. Fourth and Walnut. MaUm faoilay 16 2 HAVUN’S THEATER. ‘ TOX1UII7. MR. A.Mi MR.. TOIXTY aaZZT*, In U.* arm mi.s.iai »«tti>'dy XI Z7 *r T o rtf’a t Kaw *ongr, hin <* lb at. A»", .'axl Hun'ay tbt Tbom|»*h Cq a .< <>». la MIK aLO latik rj ARKla MI'UKI'M IN RoRIMOXb UPRkA fl Hol’HR-Cvarraftamoiiaandavaryavaatng (Turing Ihr wact. Ull ■lay I tomady Cumimay ta ibt laugbabtv n>n><»«t) iM ^fCoLLABS ABD CUFFS. Two mainuimta turto llalk. Adartmlon only MaudaOrti    ocJ»4t BSlX70B:*flM «ro«ei>la V’wfVwrMoaa rx—r ORICKST ON THK HEARTH and LEND ME FIVE SHILLINCS 1 tf GRAND OPERA HOUSE! Oreof th’ ÜMt ruya twf Prv oa ad Imta' Tha tdv •iw'vmi All thia »vov% Mala‘.a a da ad y ■ aw’diy '’•ol jr Cv lmu.a a <4«M > Urtmd Cu. lia I »*!• la o 0 <■ The Latest, Best and Cheapest, ALLMAN & BRO., Ma 066 Wwt Plft StiwI, Vo. 888 Omtnd Rill a I, iktndif Tille ul BH Me lilu Ct ileome SI. sa, DS. S4.    OS. LINCOLN'S INN pOUST SUILOIilO 377 Main Street. Ctnolnnal. N. I. UkALY, • ■ Ilfshh, Comfort, Conreoknoa. Ka|»id TnoMít. n>cap Farra Houbla Track, on theC.. H. 4 li. aiM Cm C-, fk A I. Kailrua»la T OT'CS 801125 FEET! $350 WITHOUT I If TEREST I. ■LdVlw ■■    pWl'uilom    Prira. Cooi|*Urta Abairact Frwa *«11 TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS CASH, BalanM 11.50 par wawk, $9.60 par Bmath, 110.50 tvvry ttinw iiM*iitia. Full warrMtF dasd and inaiadiatc pomaalua gtvtn npuo paymaut «M |'Ak Comamlillon Tieketi BeilDce tlie Cm! Ip 7 Canto a Mpl PnrdMarn of lota, ballding during tba prwnt yatof, wrtll ha (ontlahml with • FEtR RAILSOAP TICKET OOOD KlBONE YEAX rUC.. H. 4 D. or Uaa Um Kaibee*. Lou, WslM fwt, only I3M. Ooly |>5 fwah. MtUtioa without loirreH. g^FREE Kailmed Ttrkria will bo famiaiwd for rxaiuiiution ol tb* proptrly, FlaU of th* town a«d full inlomietios son bo obuliwd by vollltig at iha oAco o| BOFINGER & HOPKINS. N. W. Cor. Fourth and Elm Sta. Cincinnati, O. FOR SALE. ! riM PfOferty m CoBsft BUI A lot «oa«alalmi abMl two mvm •»♦ :a»wl. *wo h*«w»a oow r. u»l i Imt 6- |wr am ih wv it t rw*. aa M • irwil of all kiwla ♦»>'i-ar » ,• .a.» Iu ,»<iiw a. »/l*)i 1. asm, f H* 0 'lu of P. P. CAfUi, Pouitk and \ ÜM Ola. ety ill ba J. GETTLER. 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