ANDY W. FBAN0I8C0. JOtfV OALDWILL.
.- i ' - ro'TOMA""'or'.t?iHi,i j
Our New Advertisements.
The pressure of alvertissnunta on our col
umn UU morning, necessitates . the'emisslon
of considerable reading matter. We ire grat
ilsd with the continued patronage of our
friends, and think that fixpgluMia" of new
advertisements prove wMloiivelv:tbjst oor
Hurts to aiakt tbe PuMT.FiHsa. j popular
journal are fully appreciate.!,
Our New Advertisements. CITY NEWS.
Losr.--Sea advertisement of "lost watoh"
ia auotatr column. ; " 'i
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bMRirr's Suia 6r Bin Estati. The
tfherirTs gales of real estate were vtrj well
attended yesterday, but, notwithstanding tbe
property offered was vftiueoie, none wm sold,
- - ,. , ' ;
i Pbooiedmos or vs Oopntt OouiitsBioNEas.
At the regular teuton of tbe County Conmls
sioner., held yesterday morning, order were
passed amounting, in the aggregate, to $220 82.
Mo other business ef iniportaoo was transuctsd.
aiCTioaotooioit,' Obsisvitioss For the
fenny Vest, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
West Fourth-street, Oeoember l&v , (.- ..
O'clock. Barometer. '
7 A. M..MH ...W...2.fl3
SP M.... ..M'J
UKriiD Imra.-The following la ai list of
letters' dotalned for non-payment of pontage at
the Fostomce, In this oity, December 15t .
O. H. Blldebrend, Baltimore, H.l. .
Mtttn. Hailman, Bahhn A Co., Pittsburg, Feu a.
M. Brook, Detroit, Mich.
Win. Corey, Millertliurg, 0. . u '
A. Shaffer, Greenville, O. 'n .
ChaUATIO EfTKBTAINHMT TO A CHlSttULt
PoHPoaa The Thalia, an amateur dramatio
society, gate a performanoe of 7A Lady of
Lyotu in German laat evening, at Arbiter Hall,
for tbe benefit of the destitute European -emigrants
who arrive in this .oity, and netted the
sum of $150 for that purpose ' 'i ; .
. PartT Lakont. A youag girl' named
Eiudu Moore, qnite fair and Tery. frail, was
arrested by Otlicers West -fciui Conger last
night and committed to tbe Ninth-street
Station-house on a charge of petty Iareeny.
She met a yonngman. on Fifth-street who was
induced by the qualities we have named to
aooompany her to a home of llt-repnte, where
she robbed him of six dollars. Be informed
the officers of the fact, and when they .arretted
her the money waa found upon her person.
She will have a hearing this morning before
8 .i. ; ur, hA?i
ATTiurt at StrioiDi m a STiTios-HOtrSB.
A ma named Darid Coats, arrested night be
fortrtsw for drankennesi and disorderly con
dootjj'and plaoe' I- tk; Bimmohd-jtreet
Station-house, attempted to hang natnaelf in
one ofthe cells by fastening hia handkerchief
with a slip-knot about bis throat to one of the
iron bars. v .
The noise hs siauo waUehokiag attracted
the attention of tie keepenf whqcbaiod him
from. his perilous position, but not oeforo the
unfortunate man was purple lo the faje, and
nearly on the shores, ot-the Stygian stream
An hour and abundance of cold water restored
tbeprisener, and reconoiled hlmj as the Wer
tbesians would say, to,, health, In pain little
' longer, the hsary atmosphere of this tellmal
planet.. -,:: y
Poun OomrT. Eighteen eases were exam
ined at the Police Court yesterday morning,
. before Judge Lowe. Siest of tbesa ware quite.
uuiumtiiiug, nun wuh vug vi in u pvcjuivvt w
be of tnffieient importance-to autboriie a re
cital, i .- ., I r- '
A German woman named,5jhftra . Ketch
. wap arraignea on aeQiajrge oi jranoBiaroeny.
It appeared that an acquaintance named Val
entine Bash visited her at her residence at
' the head of Sim-street, day before yesterday,
and before his departure she managed to re
lieve nim or waton worts: about toorw
and money to the amount of $33. He caused
her to be take into custody, and, being
deemed guilty of the charge, was committed
to Jail to answer the ohartre at tbe next term
f tbe Court of Common Pleas, -In default ef
baa to tbo amount of ?:0.
A follow named O'Donnell was picked up
night before last by some, of tbe polioe in a
halt'-ioebriateU condition, and flourishing a
very heavy slung-sbot. They carried him to
the ptation-bouse, and yesterday werning pre
ferred a charge against hteVf oarrying con
iealtd weapris, and Jail ge" Lowe punished
the offense by fining him $11) and costs,
u.i day Bcaoot CoRCtST at ArionTOHAPFt .
I he eonoertof the pupils of the Sunday 8cho. 1
connected with Asbury Chapel, on Webster
street, near Main, w&i largely attended las:
night, and passed oft epparently to the entire'
satisfaction of all the parties eonosraed. Tb
music, compared with that, which is niiiallj
heard, at places of this kind, was excellent,
anl gave eridesoeof considerable oultifation
Vte should do Injustice to tome should we
attempt to 'partlcalarize, and where all wat
good this is unnecessary. .We, therefore,
refriiirj from epeoifying, and publish the pro
gramme, whiob, was finely rendered in ever
f'u " .
l!iir.g.... ..'...............'...Br (be School
l'ia),or.,....H. M...Uy Bev, A. I'm
Obonu............ .lty the CU"Ir
Aildrew JntruJuclliin Uy Wtn. L. bhepuiir1
flnglDr .Ur tbe ncIiokI
Quartette, By 41 law 6lry Flurtlmra uurt Kltln l
I'H'.igiiuiBii, una Miw3t. George K, Steams ami
S .wilting 'True Mourre of Iteform," Br Allen ?p.r
PUnu 8.1I0...... ....By Wm. L. f heppanl
Pum, By 41 in EUaHnliboll tad Ur. Jno. Karaptne
Ohuriit.... - ........ ... By the Choir
ypoakini; "Wbu Lovoe Me Bt ' By (Jua. in
Quartette, By Minse graina Baughmitn and Sarah
Tiiuiua), and Meisra. M. B. ilngans and (iuorge j.
Uont.,.. ....By aim Veil and Mrs. Bnrdul
Vlanngolo ....By Protesiwr (hrnld
p,lrlo(r-"Uoth Hlden' .......... By John B. tbilllp-
Nolo from "The i.Teition,"Br M Its Fannie Shopparft
ii:trtetto, By Mlanoa XII ITubhell auU Kltula
. Bangbmq,and Ueears. Uerman Uaechjg ami J oh 11
KaiDsing.' ........ M m . ,
n 1. : . mtw u...u T : 1 1A u .1 ' i. r
Trio BfMwtf, Olbhone, Ramping and Applstoii.
B-)UdtUott......... By Kbt. J, T. Bail
Ibb Lire XivrH-BT. SHoonae ArrHAV
Af)0!TTii ok CoBB.-0n Mouday last we gave
' an amount of h99'.lny affray that 'occurred
00 Saturday evening in a brothel on Ninth
otreet, necr Bsymillei', in which A young man
uuuioil Eugene Tratebedwas seriously injured,
If a shot from epistol in the hands of Pollock
iViln Cobb. Tbe nfljir came up yesterdoy
in tho Police Court, and was carefully ex
amined In all Its bearings before Judge
Lawe, 1 f I
The entire occurrence, as detailed by the
witnesses, wat similar to the statement we
gave of it, and but one or two new points were
United. It appears that Cobb had taken tbe
woman about whom the difficulty originated
at sleigh-riding, and this ao incensed
TnUebaa that ha assaulted, hit rival And
kunokea Bin aoirn.-vooo awtia enori ui
tiape through tbe . back door, bat it was
Dckod, and 00 turning, saw his assailant
ivpproacbicg hltn with a large bouie
koife or dagger in his hand, when he drew a
itjl and tbot hint. '' " ' '
It was also In evidence that T. had in
. informed a friend of bis, before he entered
- 'at nous, tuv aa inienuen 10 1111 v., auu toe
j Judge, thinking a eate ef self-defense had
'4on clearly made oiit.'-diwharted the de-
The wounded oian is still, we understand,
. lyiri in a critieal eoD'lition. The ball, which
entered at the templo, seems to have passed
tbrautb the skull and lodged in snch a posi
tion tti-t his physicians have that far been
unable to remove it. What will be tbe result
f thia uif .rtuoate affair- it Is diffieolt to de
innnino, but tit the take of at least one of the
. rartioipsats, weeonld wleh it night not prove
fated. . .. .:...?rt;..;i, 1
A. A. ByiUr, Clocks, Watcht and
Jewelry. No. Ml anil 171 Westem-row, :r
.- ,i i ' '
Una Howa'a Oopo Oat For sale
! by Jolin I). Park, corner of Fourth and Walnnt. (
1 fit" For Fiist-olaw Ambsottpib Every
body t UtU Ih Broadway Osllary, at Mo. 98.'
For torlsttfias "Presents go to Albert
Boat's, south-west eonwr of Eighth-street and Western-row.
p0- The rare and beautiful Birds to be
sold on Saturday morning, at iH o'olock, eaa be teen
to-day at the store, Ho. 18 Beat Fourth-street,
Saperlor Fancy Cases, with quarter
plat Plotnres, at the Broadway Gallery, at one-third
the price charged at other Galleries. Beoolleel,
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p9 DiiPHAHOTTf i. This ttyle of Plo
tnre, tbe meet satisfactory yet Introdnoed, Is having
a big ran at Carpenter's, No, 10 Fifth .street, be
tween Main and Walnut, north side.
This morning, at 9 o'olook, J. Graff
A Oo. will sell, at their store, No. II Kast Fourth
atreet, an Invoice of Millinery Goods of tblt season's
purchase. See advertisement.
i$S Dagaerrean Gallery, south-west sor
rier of Sixth and Wtetern-row, over Hannafcrd't
drag-store. Plotnree takes and ut In good ewes
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
Opera and Bridal Fans. . . .
Pearl Stick, white Silk, plain; ,
l'earl Stick, white Silk embroidered ; s
, Parl Stick, white 811k sllrered ;
Purl Htlr.k. Pirohmeut Painted :
Ivory Stick Broad l'au, white, red, blneandPlnkSllkt
Ivory Stick Silvered, spangled, embroidered Mia
Ivory Stick, elegantly painted. Silk ;
Handal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all colore
Balr Pins, bine and golU ooral and (old ;
Bead Dresses, blue and gold, oora! and gold ;
rrd Uum. elaln and carved near! shell .
Porte-monnalM, with chain, leather, sliver, velvet;
Stereotcopee ana views;
Steel Bracelets and Brooches ;
Steel Buckles and Slidrt;
, Coral Necklaces and Ties ;
Just rereired, a line of elegant Ilastlcs ;
With Bovrt, Bosettee, and in Kmbroldery ;
Whita. Ulna. Pink and Crimson Silk :
Drab, Lavender, Green and Straw-colored Silk;
Silk, Velvet, Ala, jtai-isKin ana inreaa.
"au talt" without beautiful
JOHN D. PARK,
N. E. corner of fourth and Walnnt-streets.
The One-aeam Cap. A very neat,
; new style, for lonthi and Tonng Men. .
DOIID OC vo.t
Hatters and fnrrlera,
delotf 114 Main-street.
Our Moleskin Silk Hat For stjle
and quality, as a genteel Drees Hat, can
not be tat in the world. DODO & CO.,
HatterS and farriers,
delirtf 144 Main-street.
THE SEAMLESS CAP.
Another Invoice to. day by Express. ,
deltdlp No. lit Walnut-ttreet.
' Independents, Kallyl
ffZIW All members nf the Independ.
yitjtfi? ent party are rvqneeted to meet at the
Lecture Boom, In tbe basement ofthe Hecbantct'
Institute, THLb (Vridav) KVENINO. at 7H o'clock.
UUyorderot (delft) "CuMMITTEI"
NO. 119 MAIN-STREET.
Thle la tha locAtion of Huntinaton's larat
ouie Taralshins and (3hint-stor, on the weal eldt-
of Alain, below Fourth-sireet. The Olir Bailroad
can land pawengera within a few hundred fett ef the
store, andgoooa are delivered, free of ebarae. In any
part of tbe city. Onr reader who want good urti
at lnv nncea. should a Ive them a cal (. Thev keen
a very la rite stock or aeeiraoie gooas, wnien tney war.
rant to pleaeepurohaeea. - delt-lt
I. O. O. F. THE OPFIt EK9
and mem here of PRILAMCT..
PUUtf ENCAMPMENT, No. 69, I. V.
O. F., are hereby notlBeil to atind tbe
Semi-annual mretint; of the Encamp
ment, xiliBtvrioay) a.vcftinu, ih- '
cember 1, lor the elect ion of officers and payment ol
dues. By order of the U. P.
del6a J. H. UHRBAT, Scribe.
Times oopy and charee Press.
I. O. O. V. WILDEY EN-
CAMPM1KT. No. 1. I. O.
.The offlcera and luemhers of this
Kncampnwnc are nque.ura 10 auctu
ih mauler aefni.itnniinl meeting on
THIS (Kiidarl EVEmINC, December
1, at 7 o'clook, for tbe election of offlwa and pay
ment of duel. GEO. A. PKTKK, Hcrlbe.
d16a ' charge Timea.
urrtoc Lit ris tun Kailioao Co., 1
3)' i:" Cincinnati. Nov. it. Iu. 1
THE ANXUAI, MEETING OP
the Stockholders of this Cnmnanr will bt
ETaidat tha office of the Comnanv. in the citr uf Cin
cinnati, on TUESDAY, 87th December, lUft., tor the
purpose 01 electing iweire uirectora 10 serve tne en
suing year, and for the transaction of such other
bnalneaa as niay be prewnted. Tbe polls wilt be
opened at 10 o'clock A. .11. and close at i P. 11.
By order of the President. '
JJe6tt 1. 0. A. DAVKN PORT, Treasurer.
Orrtrsor ruttosto An sitssisstrpi B. R, o.. t
vinviuui I'uiruiiFri gi irr, 1
NIBNCEof sblnners. the Ohio and IHlsals-
Tppi Ktllrouri Company have established nn OHlce a
rn 4) mom i.uuuiuK, lvuvrv iiiiuiiKu rnMii van ue
olita.iiel at ail times on freights for St. Louis 01
polute boyooil. ., T. LOVOU,
deTam ; . Beneril k'relght Aitent.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
f ' EXAMINATIONS,""
ewgWITH CHARTS AND UK-
W& HOItlPTIONSof Character, inillcaMng the
Occupation or Prolesslon In lite in which ea eh per
son may beet succeed and be most useful and happy,
by Wr. U, Mil A.o, no. ounn-siirer.
OKFICE Off TBE PASWEN
COffPANV OF 01NCIN-
aud fWe-Mtreot. October
15, MW.-Thie rnaa la now open. Cars will .tart,
at intervals of ten- mlnntea, from tr.io A. M. un
til mi'lalght, runiu eastward on Thlrd-etreol
from Wood to LawreiiCB ttreet, and weatward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Tllth-etreet to
Wood. CitiMua will plenee bear In mind that the
care will invariably crust iutenecttng atreeta before
stoppina for paasenirerH.
t)f3fM E R C II A NTS KROM THK
VCS COONTRT who vlett Cincinnati abonld
not fail to pnrcbaeea few doaen KILANKLIH AL
MANACS. The franklin Almanac and Diary for
l-lli la nieotlng with nn enormous eale. Tar mtle, by
tbe slndlc oopy or by the tlosen, by B. 1. HAN FORD,
at his pttblicai bin ortlce, up staira,N. B. corner or
t'ourtb and walnut-ittreett. Price, Dingle copy, 2.',
cents ; $2 IA per doen. d2bw
KENNED 1 'S MEDICAID DIS
COVERT ia acknowledged l. Hunutam.
neut phyticians, and by the mont carehil druggists
iiirouHuuiiL .inuuiuw bmh, to iniiaemoecenM3iuai
blood-purilier ever known, and to have relieved more
aitn'erlug, and effected more permanent enrea, thai,
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt BhenuiiKryetpeias, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
or whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottle., and
the syeteui restored to full strength and victor. Pull
and explicit directions for the cure of nlcerated eore
lexa, and other corrupt and running ulcers, is given in
the pamphlet with each bottle, for sale by JOHN D.
PARK, SHIRR, ECKSTEIN A CO., and GBORGE
H. DIXON. Price tX .. ' epI9-.y
ITH AS BEEN DISCOVERED
KJ AT LAST.-The article that enres almost
without fall ei 'ry hpcclai of ernptlons of the face
hands, or other parla of the body, li your face dis
figured with pluip'ee or an Irritating ernption of any
ktnil; have yon contracted that moat troublesome
diaeaas, Barlwr'a Itch; are yen troubled with Tetter
06 tbe hands, or elsewhere; bare yon any annoying,
Irritating; itching, Intlameil eruption of any kind;
go at once and obtain a -pamvhlet describing the
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
evidence in ila fhvor, that will put to rest all donbta
of UaeBcacy In the cure of all kluda of cutaneous
diseases. After becjiBliigeitlsaed that tbe Lotion
Is no humbug, procure a bottle and nae It, and yon
1 will be lall.tied that Iho half has not been said In 1U
( favor (hit might be. '. "' .
I Pike Wtauie, orsii bottles lor 1 3 si.
r,',' L' 1 SOLON PALMER, Aest,'.
J boiu " " ' K..WestlFourtb-rt.
DIARIES FOB I860
' ;,:;'. .;;.; ;;;
BRADtEY & WEBB,
Invite the Attention of Furehaser to
' their AstoTtment of '
for 1000, r "i
Which they believe la the I-arg;et and
Cheapest In the City.
Idsltotod) - ,
A VERY LAKGE ASSOBTMEKT OF
Rosewood, Mahogany and
Papier Macho .
BRADLEY & WEBB,
deliceod . 147 MAIN-STR.EKT.
Games for Children!
A VKBY SPPKR10B ASSORTMENT OF
.ew and Elegant Styles)
for sals by ' '
BRADLEY & WEBB,
deleceud 147 iUAlN-STKKET.
CHESS MEN AM) i llVM BOARDS.
I 1 1 -'t
AN CNEQUALB0 ASSORTMENT.
BRADLEY & WEBB,
It; T & 0.
FOB THE .., - .
'v.. ' !. s-. , ,.t ..-.' t. ! ;
We Invito attention to onr torteusrve, choie and
elegant assortment of ; . : . -.
Suitable for old and young, rich and poor, grave and
gay, philosopher and unlearned, merry and tad.
We have ' " ' ; , .
Of foot and fanoy ; Story Books and Books of Sol
ence; Books with gilt edges and with white edges;
Books bound in nsat muslin, bound. In sheep, bound
In calf, half bound in oalf and bound in morocco
Books of beauty and plain books ; rich Books and
neat Books; Poets and Historians.
BOOKS FOR YOUTH,"
Of ali altee, styles and prices. Abbott, ATdgeworth,
and a multitude of other friends of youth. Books
with numerous Engravings, and without. -
Bibles and Testaments,"
Psalms and flimns, Prayers, Sarmont, and an In
finite variety of worka on Tbeolojy and Science. ''
la Hhnndaut farletr, including Puper, Pens, Pen
cils,' Papeterl Writing Desks, Paper-cntters, ami
every thing else neceesary to a complete assortment.
Boards and Men of all site), ttyles and prices, and
many otber articles, too numerous to mention.
Robert Clarke & Co.
. . . .4
55 West Fourth-street. r:
lard oil. 1 ..... ,
( mo rk light. "
. bcrniso fluid. , ,
most liqiit. ; ;
QOOD COiAL 01 Lj.
BETTER COAL OIL. 1
BEST COAL OIL. '
jrorsaleky GEO. AI. DIXON, Druggist,'
daltiaw N. B. cor. Fifth and Maln-atreets.
Genuine Glycerine Lotion,
AS PREPARED BY GEO, M. DIXON,
cures chapped ba.ds aud roughness of the skin;
also promote, the growth of tlie hair. , .
r UKO. N. DIXON, Drngrfftt, '
dnlf.aw 1 N. K. cor. Fifth and Main-streets.
)fh BRLS. Bleached Castor Oil j ' .' ', ;' .
JkF 10 do. Nut Oil :
iOdo Tanners1 Oil: .
; . IOdo. Pnre Hprrm Oil :. , ,
do. Olive oil. ,
For sale by tIBO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
delAaw N. B. cor. Fifth and Main-streets.
n BOXES Candia, seven yean old, vorj
, IWI 00. Castile, " Mottled :" ,
1 loodo. Palm. H, X and I ; ' ' '
26 do. Ponolue. ; . .
Also, a general assorlmt.t ef Feti'v Soap, fur re
tailing. OK. . M. DIXON, firusgi.t,
deloaw - " M. . oor. Fifth and Malu-.treeU.
' .t:-i. ,!; a suie 1
NEW 1 Afi VERTISEME1VTS.
For the Little Folks.
THESE INDESTRUCTIBLE BLOCKS
hnvn been nreoared for tha esDeelal benefit of
hnvn been prepared for tbe espeelal benefit of
Little Children. Tney will prove a constant souse.
of pleasure and prolll,
' "B Is for Bailees round at oan be, ' ! ,
And also for Bloeks, you can aeailyte.."
Price in alsc'tstrla,t-w-.w--,S:?
. : ; ' GEO. S. BLANCHAEI).
del-o ' 89 West sVonrihtre(t.'
NE W 6 AMES FOB THE HOLIDAYS.
The Oame of Yankee Land. '
Tbe Oame of School la an Upreetr. ''
The Oame of Olpaey fortwne Teller,
" ' The Oame of Yonng Peddler.. ,. ' -'
' The Oame of Jnok at All Trade.,
' Tha Game of Comical Domlnoea. '- -"
The Oame of Tlpaey Philosopher, '
AL80-A new supply of the celebrated Oame of '
Peter Coddles Trip to New York,
i THREE GAMES IN ONE.
PrtosMo. - " . .. -'. "
GEO. S. BLANCHARD,
del8-8 3d West Fourth-atreet.
WE HAVE JTST RECEIVED NEW
GOODS by Express, and our assortment of
' LADIES' FURS,
Consisting of ,
Hud.oa'a Bay 8able
. , Canada and Itlink Sable J ' i
. Fitch, 8lberlant Htulrrfli Ao.,
Is complete and unusually Inviting. We have a great
variety of nice and handsome seta of , ,
A LSO-Fur Gloves, Collars, Bobes, Fur Coats, 1c.
; We Invite all purchasers of
To call and make selections from our itook of um fill
and seasonablo presents, which we offer at vew low
. C. B. CAMP & CO.,
delStf ' 1 No. 98 Weal Thlrd-.treet.
WHEELER & 'WILSON'S
SO. IT FOURTH-STREET,
' Cinoinnati.' Oho.
, .What more appropriate Christmas present oan you
make tban a Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine,
whloh everybody now admits tons TBI! Machine,
and which does the work of a day In one hour, mak
ing home pleasant tbe balance of your lives. Every
family must bare one, and It is economy to bny the
best..,..-., .-r v , . V1 ...,. t,
In the West we have Just taken tbe First
Preaslnm at the -,, ' . ,.. fr;
: .... .... 7 "I r Ulinola and, ; ,
- m . !,:,,, , -a - ,,a, Missouri,
. ..t,,, ... ,.. AND AtSO AT THK ;
; At 81. Lonls and tliicago,
Where we received, bealdea the Flrat Pre
mium, a 4100 HI1.VEK FITt'HKK, n tbe
beat FnmliT Machine. ' ... 'J'
Ia addition to aneh lekllmony, we refer
to tbe 40,000 families nnil maaufacmrer.
to whom we have sold, tusd to the follow
lat well-known persons of this eity, now
slosj our Machines 1 ( , ... !;..- : :. ' '. ''
Mrs. Lars Andorson, Mrs. Hsth Kvaus, ;
Mrs. Wm. Bseor. Mr a. Jason Kvaos,
Mrs. O. K.Shoenbersor, Mrs. James B. Smith,
Mrs. Adam N. Riddle, Wrs. Wllaon K. Nixon,
Mrs. John L. Stetlmna, Mrs. Joeeph W. Wayne,
Mrs. Miles Ureenwaod, Mr.. H S. Carpenter, . .
Mrs. Stanley Mattbows, Mrs. Mnjor McCrea,
Mrs. P. B. Wilber, Mrs.Judgo lloadly, .
Mrs. Jaa. P. Kllbreath, Mrs. Houry 11. Lord, .
Mrs. Joseph II Butler, Mrs. M. S. Ii'Mommndlstla
Mrs. Charles B. Wolff, Mrs. Haninel Stokes.
Mrs. J, Slevln, Mrs. Jos, l.ongwertn,
Mrs. I)r. Woodward, Mrs. Rev. D. W. Clark, -Mrs.
Dr. Comegys, Mrs. Dev. L. Swormstedt,
Mr. Wm. Sullew, Mre. Rev. C. B. Boynton,
Mrs. Geo. S. W inchell, Mrs. Bev, Geo 0. Kobimon,
Mrs. Tbos, W. Kprugue, Mrs. Bev, Obat. K lngsley.
Gentlemen who design to surprise their families
with a Machine will please leave their namot In
time to have tbent ready to send early Christmas
morning. , . .. .. . . . .,.,,
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
dellic 1 , PIKB'8 0PBBA-HOC8B.
C1IEAFEU THAN THE CHEAPEST.
Great Attraction aud Cireat Bargains
1 , ! at Wholesale1 aud BetaU.
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liABflB AND PLKI)ID ASSOKTMKNT
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NEW AND FINE GOODS,
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Jold and Silver Watches, . ! '
' Silver and Plated Ware,
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A largs aaaertmsnt of new styles and line Jewelry
just received, expressly Tor the , , f,, , ,
HOLIDAY T HADE.
Allot which will be sold cheap for cash, by . ., ;,
HENRY P. ELIAS,
10 West Fourth-8tret3ft";;
deio BET. MAIM AHD WALNUT.; ,1. ,.
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No. 112 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
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HE HAS DECIDED THAT WIFE
SHOULD HiVE A
GROVER & BAKER
FOB 0HBISTMA8. '"'"
Offlee 08 Wett Fourth-ttreet, Clnolnnatl, 0
KEAD HOME TESTIMONY:
OmoismATi, February 16, 1859. .
We have used one of "Graver 1 Baker's" -Sewing
Maobinee In onr family for nearly two yenrs. Wo
bare dune a 1 kinds of sewiog upon Ittbat is reuulred
to be done in a large family, and it has worked to
our entire satl.faction in erery roapeot, It baa never
been out of repair, thouah In alewst daily um. The
seam la as strong aud durable as any cloth oau be
made, There Is no duiHoulty about the teoalon ofthe
luread tbe omul and the cuaisoei work emails' well.
We have given it a moat thorough trial, and we cor
dially recommend It to all at a machine which basno
superior. (Signed,) HE V. CMAUNCEf GILES.
No. 1 H Aa.HON-ST., ClPOINKATt, Oot. tt, W. ',
. Mxtsas. ObovibA Baxia-Gsntlsmsu: It Isneerly
three years aioce my family had oueof yonres(a.
lent Sewing Machines lu use. During that time h .y
have bad an opportunity of seelug several omer
klude. and though tbey sossest many good oualilies,
yet for family nae, my wile and daughter, prefer your
machine to any others In ths city. Believe me to re
main, gentlemen, Tours reepeotluliy, .
(Signed,) KV, JUUH ARB OBAT. ,;
!.' ' ' i' '."'l . .' Oo'OBsaSB. 1S59.-'
Genti-I have bad three years experience with one
Of your Sewing Machines, and ttav. always found It
reliable It stlches most beautifully, and la ao easily
managed thai my little girl, six years old. can work
it with perfect ease. Long live the inventor, say I,
; (Signed.) lours, truly, MBS.Q a.tsOMSTOuK.. .
J. :'' . "ici?iiTiJ)otober.ia5v.'
Messrs. Grover A Baker Gents: Having used on. of
your Sewlug Machines for ths last two yean, (during
which time I have tries several other kinds, ' I take
pleasure lu adding my testimony to tbe great supe
riorlty of your manufacture, over any other that has
thus far oome under my notioe.
, (Sinned,) - Very respectfully,
' MBS. OH AS. g. KBl tOOO, acseveVth-street..;.
T - t '- CwolaMAlt, Octobers. USJ. .
Messrs. Grover A Baker-Gent: I bare used one of
rour rewlng Maohlnes for the last elgbteon months,
both in the manufacture of fine and heavy material,
and It baa slveu entire satisfaction, and I cheerfully
recommend them to any poreou wanting a good
tnaobine. (Signed,) " Keipeerfnlly yonrs,
MKS. JOHN 1). MISflK.aw West Sixth-street.' .
Theondersicoed. Olersvmen of VArlf.ua dennmina.
tlons, having purchased and used In onr famHIee.
urover a tuners veieurateu V A ail Lit Ha, WING
M AG1IINB," tnke pleasure In recommnediog It ae
an instrument fully oombinln. the eeientiaia nfn
good Machine. Its beautiful simplicity, easo of
uiauHfteuieub, auu lueairouKlu auq emsiicuy 01 It
stitch, unite to render it a Machine unsurpassed by
any in the market, and one wbioh we feel contliliint
will give satisfaction to all who may purchase it.
- Bev. B. W. Chidlaw, A. M ,
t ':') ri Itev. J, Cbuster ,.
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Rev. Wm. Perkins,' r". 'I
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l - Bev. A. Blake, 0. 1) , ?
' " Itev. K. 0. Bonsiui, A. M. .: '
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The lollowlug la an extract froth tbe report of Ih..
Commltteo on Sewing Machines, at tbe late Seabcaid
Agricultural Fair, held at Norfolk, Va. TlietVm.
mMtee was compo.ed of three uf I he best niscblnl.l
In Virginia: '"
"After a thorough in.pectlon of all the Bev lug
Machlnee on exhibition, it is our opinion that I In.
Grover A Baker Sewing raachino ia the beet fur all
purposes, viz: Family noil Uenea) Work." . t
SIkdoiI,) J. B. PENDLETON,
eup't Machinery, Roa beard and Roanoke B. It.
. S.T. QAM).,
gtip't Seaboard and Itnauoke B. li.
a. R oAVinM.
Biip't Atlautlelron Works, and U, S. Inspect! r of
;;' .'''.caIud.' '-V' ;v
From the very tottering manner lit which .,ui
Machines have been received by the public, (refill
lnglnthe sale of upward of Thirty Thomon.l. vi
arc led to believe that our endeavors to nianufiu ' r.
a "reliable machine'' have been appreciated.
take this opportunity to remark that this policy ' J3
be nncbanged, and that every Machine told by k.' '.
shall not hesitate to warrant in evnry respect.
delfth OBOVEB A BAKE It 6T M.
Holiday, Gifts, &c. ;
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S INVITE ATTENTION . TO Ti.
lura-e and neautil'ul aaMirtntAut nl Vk
GOODS, which we have just roo4iri.il for the t ,
days. Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel Vasketi.. i
hemltn Ueaketa, Pearl Card Cases, Bohemian II
Pearl Porte-monnales, Bohemian Puff Boxea, 1'.
Inlaid Brushes, Ao. For sale at very low prioiw . .
j ,. v.1.' ALBEUT BOSS, Tlrugglst,
deli H. W. cor. Klghth-st, and Weetern-i-. . '!
! Spalding's PreparedlHTJ
ARTIOLE TS r
ja. tela br
ALBRRT BOSH, Druggist,
dels H. W. cor. Rihth-st. and Wealern-r..
- Choice Table Butter. - V
W XFrT? WDTi TI V vveavoe fT 1.-,- 1 "
mMi thirty tubs choice Table Batter.. For tab I
J08BPH G. rlOTJBSI,
" Commission Butter Merohant,' s '
'delc ' ' '. No. IBS Wett Folrthslr.:.i, '
GROOERI SB, Ao Choice Staple h
Fancy Groceries, Foreign Fruits and i '
Dried Anelea and Peaches. Provisions. Oonntrw r, '
itnof , with .very artiole uaually kept In a first-rl .t;
nnop, lriiu f,oi, Hum uhwhv lu . nr.1-ri
Hmmh. ,Va.lllaa aiiaintUil ! nnantlll.a n ...1.
the lowest market tales. Goods delivered to t'
customers promptly. Mo charge for cartaee. "
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... eel. i i h -a .j , Mos. am andizi AUin-strtet
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IQ OUP ATE0N3
WK MULVbILV'-IBW 6t& STOCK
of line Washes, Jewelry and Sliver Wan
now run ami complete. Tnanaiiu tor the very lib
eral and geaetoot patronage welch baa been ea
J ended, m.otireetabll.hment for more than twenty,
ite years, we take tlrte method of' Inviting Mr
friends, and the public generally, to continue their
favor., fcellug ourtelrc In a fur better condition
now thau formerly, to please their meet fastidious
fancies. . ' -. -I
h yVe beg leave to call attention to a new artiole
Jewelry, made from' the new metal, Alnnrlousc,
brought from Parla by en. eg ear firm, who bat
lately returned. ;
.Our store la well supplied with valuable artlclet.
tntuble for presents for the approaching holidays.
The damage to onr Silver-war. Mannfaotory by the
late fin Is now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep up iw vitality is plenty or orders. We at
!ireparvd to fill the same with dispatch,- and we
iromitemll eatlsfaotloa to all who. may pieaae to
avor us with their calls. ' ;.
I. A U. KIKSRT, U West Fifth-street.
Tbe highest price paid for eld Silver Coin of all
kinds. :. ' no30-amf
BEGOS & SMITH,
NOs 6 West Fouflli-slrefl,
Having rentted their Store; haW nllel It with ti..
., . most extensive assortment of r
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
SILVER WARE, FINE JEWELRY
Iter brotsiht to tbe Western oouiitrv. These Goods
are KKW, seleoted by one of their Arm, Just re-
tnrnearrom new x orar-many articles ol direct Im
portation from Europe.
Don't fall to give them a call, Ifyou want a Gold
or Sliver Watch, Silver or Plated Tea Set, Diamond
or other Sue King, or any artiole usually kept In
iewelry Stores, They now have the NEWEST and,
iABGKST assortment in theclty. : del3tjal-dp
HOLIDAY hat i
' j. THE LATEST STYLEf J
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dels , One door below Fourth.
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Is undeniably a "handy thing to have in the bouse,"
especially when ny sewing Is required, ,lt it gcot
at all limes, '" '"
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.oJlIjvip ilia in 6Ri)En,"
And when." out of order," you have an opportnnlty
lo reflect upon how n ally useful it Is when In run
ning order. Still, It Is probably much', better ta
have a ,:
SEWING MACHINE ,
that Is net too liable to become disarranged, and
that oan be relied upon to perform good sewing " st
the shortest notice, with neatness and dls pateb."
After several years' experience lu the use of Sew.
lag Machines, I have been Induced to give. In to
entirely Impartial and disinterested manner, (of
coarse,) my opinion of what a' "'' t : ."
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vs i-. v ' Should ,berAj
i.- bi,u y.:.- Aud would add that l ii.l. i ;;
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
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Save, we thluk, sncoeadad la producing ao article
that oonformt tn It : ' '' '
, l it shouTd be well, mads, simple In Its construc
tion, and easily kept In order. , ' :
J, 1 1 should make a tight look-stltoh, alike oa bottt
tides of ths material
8, It should sew any kind anl all ratartals that
oan te sewed. : ; ,..
4. It should be able to use ootton thread, or silk
directly from ths spool, , ' ','
.'.A. It should be able to sew bom ooarts to fine, audi
from thick to thin, with rapidity, and wlthtut
dunging the tension. . , , 'i,i l'
6. It sbonld be able ta make tbe tension greater or
less on both the under and upper threads, and with
uniformity. ' ' . "'
,' t, It should have a. sraAt9i(t peedjei, ooar no uues
sunt lUbls to break. , . f , , s ,
f. the needle sliould have a perpeuulcuUt tuutlou.
this is absolutely necessary for heavy Vfork.
. t. It should , be .capable of taking In the largeet
pieces ef work.
-..lu. It should be able to bind with a binder, ben
with a hemmer i should stitch, fell runand gather.
Jl. 1 1 should be always ready to urk. -'
it 11 should be capable of tutiug the same site or
thread ou bth sides of the work, and of using dif.
leretit colored thread or silk, above or below, to oor.
respoud with any two colors of cloth to be nailed.
. 13. It shunld be able to make a long or short stitch.
' li. It should be able to fatten off the seam, and
commence sewing tightly at tbe Brat stitch.',,
14." It sbonld ruu easily and make but little noise.
lC.lt should bare a wheel-feed', none others are
in coustant contact with thAwork, . ,7',
,'. i". It should not be liable to get out of order.
18. It should not be liable to break the thread or
skip stitcbes,;-j (' ) '-j
in. It should nut be necessary to nse the screw.
.driver wreiirh 10 stt I lie needle. -
' ,'JO. It should not lie liable to ollt.tbe'iiperalor'a
dress. .-i ' i 71 . .
51. It should not forma ridge oh the unVlertlde,
nor ravel out, nor be wasteful of. thread, as li tha
case witb all chalu-atltcb machines'."
i ti. It.ahould not be "more trouble than It is
worth. 'I i-i
G-ot xTolg Boat.
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No." 80 . West Pourth-Btreet,
UBTWEEN VINE AVD WAtHVT,
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Lexington, Ky.t ; Buddell l MUIs. Ay.
Cynthlana, Ky.i , : Cbillioothe, Ohln;
Zanervllle, Ohio i ' ' ' Vlnesnses, lad.;
, Indianapolis, Ind. - . noatit
CL AIRVOYANT AND HEALING M K .
UM-Has removed t, Mo. 14 SUlb-ttr el, Ave
doors wssl of Weeurm-row, tenia tidv. , UaluO .--"a
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