TWO M KXOBIAI. T A BUTTS. In the wall of tbe right facade of tbe First Presbyterian Church, and which is now obscured obscured by the condemned business building, is a marble tablet bearing the following lu-acription lu-acription lu-acription : Sarred To the Memory I9HA EL, LUDLOW. ' Oae et tlie Ihrigioal Proprietors of Cincinnati. Who iM-Dartt-d iM-Dartt-d iM-Dartt-d iM-Dartt-d iM-Dartt-d thia Lift, at j Ludlow Marion. January 11, A. !., lao. j I la tue awb year of his aae. j . The second tablet Is placed in tbe east wall of the church, and bears the following iu-scripUont iu-scripUont iu-scripUont In Memory of JAMES WADeV i who died on the 7ta.day ot t let.. A, D., 17VS. I NICHOLAS EV.KETT WADE. f who died on the Sim oay ot Nov.. A. IX. Itsa. j SAKAU KVKKETT WADE, wbe died ea tbe loth day of lire.. A. D ITS. I eTE-Ut eTE-Ut eTE-Ut W ADE. who died ea the Kd day of lc., A. IX. 17S. t NOAH W ALK, I who died on the th day of Oct., A. D., laws, ehUorea et David E. and Mary Waoa, . alao. 1 MARY WADE, consort of David E. Wade, ' whe died oo the ttta day ot April. A. IK, Mil. When the old cemetery connected with the little church was desecrated by the march of progresa a few of the rough tombstones were left, untouched, and when the present First Presbyterian Church was erected in lo47 the tablets mentioned above were inserted inserted in the walls out of consideration for memory of tbe original owner of tbe church property, who bad so generously helped the pioneer church, and the children and wife of David E. Wade, who waa oneof the organizers of the first congregation. But few people in Cincinnati know that anch relic of okineer days are within the very heart of the city, and When the mausoleum above mentioned is opened valuable reiica of tbe days when tbe Queen Citv was in her swaddling clothes Will, in au probability, ne aisciueea.