AKDT W. MANGUICO. . JOHM D. 01LDWI1L.
Thriftiness of Trade.
Oar great city ii active in its channels of
business. Our columns Indicate where brisk;
profitable trade! can be made. Necessarily
our reading matter it compressed to accom
modate our advertiser.
We have additional Foreign Newt by the
America, three day later news by the Vandtr
bill, and still one day later nets- by the North
AmorUan. We specially note that Count
Mercier has been appointed French Ambas
sador to Washington, to succeed Mons. Bar
tigos, who goes to Holland. Mr. Ward, Amw
ican Minister, has returned .from Japan. A
JapitDBO ErubKMj is to visit this country in
February. The European Congress is to as
semble at Faris,on the 5th of January. Lord
Cowiey is to represent England.
JSB- A. A. Ejster, Clocks) Watohej and
Jewelry, Nos. 341 and J71 Wsstarn-row. '
,K3- Usi Howa's Oocok Oahdt For sale
hf John D. Park, corns of Fourth and Walnut.
,2STbb Bask ot Savikgb, Sixth-btheet.
9mli small JiOisj and receives small Deposits. .
jJksT- Hilld&jr- (asportations at Ellas's, 18
West Fourth-street. ..- . -
yZF Holiday Jewelry at Elias's, 1 West
Fourth-street, ; ' J ' ' ' '
Christmas (lifts at less than Eastern
lrtcs at Klias's, 16 West Fonrh-street.
;t"Flne Jewelry, cheap for oah, at Elian's,
1 e West Fourth-street.
jS9Pure Silver Spoons and Forks, at
Wias's, 16 West Fourth-street.
Great assortment of Plated Ware at
Klitis'l. 16 West Fonrth-streat.
dsT-Fine R. R. Watohes at Elias's, Id
West Fourtb-itrset. ' -
JSf Got your Watohes and Clooki repaired
itt Bliss's, 1 West Fourth street.
3 For Christmas Ferrotypes, the only
place li the Broadway Onllery, at Ho. K.
JfetTFor Christinas Present" go to Albert
Sjss's, south-west corner of Eighth -street and Wsst-
JO" Ciouoh's fiallery, No. 63 West Fourth
street, is the plat for cheap pictures. Tea cents
will procure them, do and get one.
pOflug family groups taken in superior
.tfle at the Broadway Gallery, No. J8 Broadway, be
luw Lower Market.
Dagnerrean Gallery, south-west oor-
mr of tiixtb and Western-row, over Hanaaford's
Irus-store. Pic torn taken and nt in good oases
fur twenty ee-fct. Warranted to please.
Hannan A Lyons, those good-looking
butchers on South-east corner Sixth and Sycamore,
will lie ready to supply their customers and the public
generally, with some of the fattest Christmas meat
theyliave ever seen. Whoa In want of meat of any
kind give Hannan & Lyons a call.
pT Every one is speaking or thinking of
Christmas, Froil A McGulre, Fashionable Merchant
Tailors, 25C. Walnut-street, my to those who want to
inakoaflneprosontto their brothor or friend, that
. they will furnish the required articles for less money
than any other firm In the city.
JS&TDq not forget that Carpenter's Diaphan
otypes are superior to anything of the kind oyer
before placed in view of the public. If you wish to
make an agreeable Christmas present, go to Carpen
ter' Gallery, No. 20 West Sixth-street, and procure
;SSf It is for the interest of all to know the
fact that Madame Ellis's Stimulating Cough and
Liver Balsam invariably cures coughs, colds, cramp
4c, bilious chollc and affections of the liver. Also,
that this Balsam is one of the best family medicine,
known . So advertisement In another column.
Important fur the women to know the
fact that Madame litis1 TJterin Elixir is a sure cure
for all diseases peculiar to their sex. And when I
these diseases women have become prematurely old,,
the Kliilr restores to them youth and health, and
The universal favor the Elixir every where meets
is unparalleled in the annals of medicine. Overtime
thousand Lotties, having been -sold in Cincinnati
alone In the nut three months. Bead advertisement
in another column.
WOLFF STEAKKL On Thursday, thelStblnst..
ty lildi-r 8. Malta, at the gronm's residence, in Wesi
L'ormiton, Ky Mr. Henry Wolff to Alias Caroline
morslng.Deoemlier 17, at SI A
M ,of scarlet fevor, Laura Jane, daughter of Benja
iuiu L. and Eliza Jane Fox, aged J years, II months
VANUOKN-Cn Friday evening, at 11 o'clock, at
Xo. 121 Cutter-street, Margaret, daughter of Cornel
ius and Eunice Vanhorn, aged 23 years.
TUKIfLl-Un the 16th fust.,. Amelia A. D. Tuffll,
t lie youngest child of Christian and Ursula Tuffll,
iil 1 year and lOmonths.
TBATEBAS On batnrday evening, December 17,
Ht i o'clock, Kogene Tratebas, aged 27 years.
Ills funeral will take place from the residence of
l.iuanilii'. Biloy. at No. iti Longworth-strset, this
morning, December 19, at 10 o'clock A. 11. Ols
friends and tbs friends of the family are respectfully
iarited to attend.
PINE GOLD JEWELRY
S. W. cor. Main"Fowth-at8 ,
Invites tkeiuspeetton of the pubUe te bis displee;
it rineOold Isnported Jewelry, eomprfslng all the
nowc't patterns to be found abroad, consisting of
ETRUSCAN, ' ' - " . . ;
' GARNET, ' '
, . , , . CORAf - and
Full end kalf-seta, Bracelets, Hscklaees, Chains,
O iatolaloes, flrooehis. Far Binge, Loekets, Bcsrf
Plus, Blneve Buttons, Rtnils, Ac, 4c.
TINK AND RRD COH AJi BBTfi
TVIAj OARNKt SETBi '
Ill, ( ii BNAMKLLBD JBWBLRY.
ALSO MY USUAL A880BTM INT OF
Ricli Paris Fancy, ArticleB,
FOR THE CHEAPEST
HAT8. CAPS & FURS
al - ia A
An tut vi J t v u
FI3ST33 FU jEXfitl
WE BELIEVE OUK ASSORT-
MENT of choim Fori is the best in the
city. Becent arrivals of very Hue bable sets make it
or all the cheaper giadee of Furs we have a great
variety, and a great many klude of
Suitable for holiday gifts, They are going off at very
low prices. . -.,
' ' Batters and Furriers, '
delltf ' ' ' 144 Main-street.
NOTICE. THE MEMBERS
nftliSil Ptri.-lr'. Rrtmun Clhollo BeiSV-
olent Society are reaueated to meet In the basement
of the Cathedral at oue o'clock THIS AFTTliNOON,
to make arrangements to attend the fnoersiof Time,
thy McCarthy, which will teks placo at hie resilience,
on the corner 'of Sixth and Wmtern-rnw, at two
o'clock P.M. ' WM OKOOUJCGAN, Secretary.
urrioa liitrLS Miami Haii-koad Co., I
ftSTHE ANKUAIs MEETING OP
IpStr the Stockholders of this Company will be
nelTat the office Of the Company, in the city of Cin
cinnati, on TUk-BDA t", 27th December, intt., for the
purpose of eleotin twelve Directors to serve the en
suing year, and for the tranaaetion of such other
bnsinMS as may be present&l. The -polls will be
opened at 10 o'olock A. at. and slose at I P, U.
VlUUIUIIttfcl, HUT. V, too.
TIIE A MS U A I, MEETING
oyoraerortne Praaldent. '
deAtt D. 0. A. DAVBNPOHT, Treasurer.
Tat Cincinnati OaraaN Asylum, )
Cincinnati. Deoember 19. 18W. J
Jf? MEsSRM, EDITORS IN
car accoraance witn our annual custom, weao
tire to Invite the at ten tion of our friends and the pub
lic during theapproachlug Holidays, to our unusually
large and luterewtiug funiily. It gives us great
gleasure to acknowledge that a generous public navs
ert-tofore remembered iheworphans, and have con
tributed appropriately to their enjoyment, .slay we
not, therefore, confidently rely on the continued
favor and benefactions of all who foel an Interest in
tneae homeless oust entrusted to our oare.
Donation of Clothing, Provisions and Sundries
may be sent to the Asylum, on Elm-street, above
Fourteenth. Donations in money will be gratefully
received by Mrs. POLLOCK V 1L80N, No. 384 Wont
Bixtn-atreet, ana jurs. mnui muiiAstju, m
vr eec s ounn-srreer, aunnx me coming wees.
delt-sw By order of the Board of Managers.
IT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
tPtSt? AT LAST. -The article that cures almost
without fall every speoles of eruptions of the face
hands, or other parte of the body. Is your face dis
figured with pimples or an Irritating eruption of any
kind; hare yon contrasted that most troublesome
diseass, Barber's Itch; are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere! have you any annoying,
irritating, Itching, Inflamed eruption of any kind;
go at onoe and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
evidence lu Ita favor, that will put to rest all doubts
oflttefflcaoyla theoureof all kinds of eutansous
dlsesses. After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
it no humbug, procure a bottle and use it, and you
will be latlsood that the half has not been said In Its
favor that might be.
Price so cents, or six bottles tor 81 flO.
SOLON PALMKK, Agent,
nood No. 3 Went reorth-atiwt.
ltr O'NEIL HAS BEEN FOREMAN
ITJle for ten years for Mr. J. Eshelby, late of Mo.
10 Hlith.straat. and is successor to him in the
manufacturing of the celebrated
EeUelby Hair-lined Boots.
From his longexperieneeinthe cutting and get
ting np of the above article, he hopes to give entire
satisfaction to those who may favor him with their
Remember No. tlMN flFTH-STBEF.T. two doors
west of Plum, is the only place to get a PJBf X.'T
Liauies uair-iinea uooie, ana an aiouaui dwib.
Shoes and Oontnreas Gaiters, made for ladies' and
gentlemen's wear, warranted,
P. S.-I feel confident that Mr. O'Nell will give
equal sanitation iu the manufacturing of tbs Hair.
liUfU BVUH ,U 1 UIU.HUBUU mbum luillliir
ment of them for the last six years, and I am satis
fied that no man can maks them as well.
del3CW JAMAH EBHUliJII.
Y. M. M. L.
Of Baker, Hart & Cook.
Win. C. Vanderbilt1,
Of Pavid Gibson A Co.
With Harrison A Hooper.
.1. J. ITIcDowell,
With Commercial Bank.
S. H. Hubbard,
With Oaylord, Son A Co.
Joseph V. W oothuli;
With Pearson ft Co.
Of Wilson, Eggleston A Co.
William J. Torreiice,
With J.S.Dugaa ft Co.
Jan. B. Chapman,
With Wynne, Haloes ft Co.
A i a nul uMtlnat of the Independent party, held
In the Leoture-rnom of Mechanlos' institute, on
Friday evening, December 16, the foregoing wete
imanimniwl nominated as the candidates of the
J arty, to be vottd for at the election, Tuesday, inly
,!'(!. JOHN W. DUDLEY, Chairman.
JAM. TV . TjnTUHi DWIoioiy. wm
Is More Certain,
la Leas Troublesome, Ac.
Than any other article evor invented for cleansing
all the above, and many other articles from Grease,
Taint, Coal-smoke, Dirt, Ac,
Aj prepared by . .
Ael9e Otpoilte the Potto (Bee.
Glycamyl of Roses
IS A MOST BEAUTIFUL AND EFFEC
TUAL remedrfor '
. Sore Lips, Sec.
Its eminent and eoolhing properties preserve the
akin in a healthy condition, and render it soft,
smooin ana isir. rreparen or
8UIBK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
dcMo ' ' Opposite the Fostoffice.
Spalding's Prepared Gluo.
s5, GROSS SPALDING'S PREPARED
BLUB, for sa'e by
BTJIRB, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
41M Opposite tbe Postoffles,
NEW ' ADVERTISEMENTS.
' " '111 better to laugh than be sighing."
Presents for the Holidays!
Auction Sale Stupendous!
.'-,-.. . v Tr , , ,
lO'l Fuuilli-at-, opposite the Poatoftice.
OF FINE AND BABE GOLD ... :
From the late firm of , ,i
BALL, TICFAN.T A DAVENPORT,
Importers and Manufacturers of
lotelgn and Amei loan Jewelry, . -'
SM and 3 Broadway, Kew Tork,-
PRESltHTg FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
PttKSENTS FOB THE HOLIDAYS,
PRITHKNTH FOR TBM HULIDAV8,
PKKSENTO FOB TBI HOLIDAYS,
MOST BKATJTIFTJlj ASSORTMENT,
M0T BBATJTirpii ASSORTMENT,
MOST BRATJTIPrli ASSORTMENT,
M08II BEACTirUL ASSORTMENT,
WATCHE9, TJIAMOKDS AND BBAOKLETg,
WATOHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS, .
WATCH KS, DIAMONDS AND BRACELET, .
WAT0I1K3, DIAMONDS AMD BBACKLET8,
PKARLS, OPALS AND RnB8,
PKARL8, opals and bobikS,
PBABL3, OPALS AND RHB' K,
Pi A ULS, OPALS AND RUBIBH,
CORALS, M0SAIO AND T0RQJJO18, . r
COltAtS, MOSAIC AND T0RQC01S, '
OOUALM, M08A1O AND TOBQCOiS,
COBALk, U08A1U AND T0BQOOIU, ' .
OARBCN01K8, AMITHI8TS ATRTJ8TILI
CARBTJNOLES AMIT H I8T8 A TRCSTILB
CARBUNCLES, AMI THISTS A TRtSTlLJ
CABBDNOLaS, AUITBIflTH A THTJ8TILE
SKT8 FOB THB MILLION,
SET 3 FOR THB MILLION,
8KT8 FOR THB MILLION,
SETS FOR THE MILLION,
AND BRACTS LS TO MATCH,
AND BBA' TKL8 TO MATCH,
AND BKACTELS TO MATCH,
AND BBaOTELS TO MATOH,
JEWELRY OF BVKRY DESCRIPTION,
JKWELBY OF EVERY DKSORIPTION,
JEWELRY OF ICVBBY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EYE BY DESURIPTION,
MAGNIFICENT A RECHEBOHB PATTKRN8,
MAQNIFIOENT A RKOHEROHE PATTERNS,
. MAONIFICENV AREOMKROHB PATTBRN8,
MAGNIFICENT A REOHKROHE PATTERNS,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
. THE .
LADIES ABE INVITED TO CALL,
LAP IKS ARK INVITED TO CALL,
LADIES AB INVITED TO CALL,
LADIES ARE INVITED TO CALL,
ALL 0O0D8 WARRANTED
ALL OOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
. AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF BALI,
AS REPRESENTED AT TIMK OF BALE,
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALK,
AS BEPBKSEMTEI) AT TIMK OF SALE,
BALES POSITIVE. .
B. I. DAVENPORT,
DIARIES FOR 1860
BRADLEY & WEBB,
Invite the Atteiitiou of Purchaser to
their Assortment of
Which (hey believe la the Largest and
Cheapest In the City.
A VERY LaRQE assortment or
Rosewood, Mahogany and
Ifer sale br .
BRADLEY h. WEBB,
Games for Children!
A YIRY 6UFER10R- ASSORTMENT OF
New and Elegant Sly leu
For sale bf ,
BRADLEY & WEBB,
mm MEN AND CIIi;88 BOARDS.
AN UKEQUAIED ASSORTMENT. '
Wot mU by
BRADLEY & WEBB,
NEW FRUITS l-Ii A YER RAISINS, IN
boxes, balf-boies and qaartsr-boxee, Seedless
Raisins, New Cnndlecl Citron, New Currants, anil
everr thing slse for maklnvTonr mines-meat, pud
dlngs.Ac. . JOKHTBRQCBON, UrocorT
ls l Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
SWEET CIDER I A SPLENDID ARTI
ole of Sveet Older, warranted par., just received
and for sale br JOHS KEKCiUSON, Grocer,
de 1 Corntr Mlnth and Vln.-str.cts.
OYSTERS 1 OYSTERS!! OYSTKRS ! 1
Put np espcolally for the holidays. Tlmr aro
?:ret big fat fellows, and Hie best thing that tlire
or a "Good Christinas Dlnnor."
JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer,
do!9 ('urii.r Ninth anil Vlue-strwts.
BTJCK-WHEAT PLOUR 5,000 pounds
prime Dnckwhnnt Flour nt wholesale Slid retail
by delbl F, SUUEN,30 JtustlhUd-street,
A T- '
, ', i ' . t ' i , : i'
! )'! .' .-;i; 1 ,, ; ."I
VINE AND RACE-ST8.,
.i COMMENCIN Q Si , ! -
MONDAY, DECEMBER 19.
. -OF- ...
Cheap Dry Goods !
AND ANOTBIR .. s ' .
B EDUCTION IN PRIOFsi'
SAMPLES OF ALL GOODS
Opened Out for Inspection,
A iS 0 .
Prices Attached to Each Article
. ' . IN
:' FOB THE
Chas. S. Weatkerby,
No. 113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINK AND RAOB-BTREETS.
BOOKS FOR THB HOLIDAYS
No. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
, ' Next to Bmlth A NUon'l Ball.
OWING TO THE UNPARALLELED SUC
CESS we hare met with for the last month, we
have leased the spacious and elsgunt store. No. 3
W est Fourth-street, aad bare made great additions
to our stock of Books and Jeaelrr, and are now pre
pared to offer greater Inducements than STer. We
hare a splendid assortment of Annual Albums and
Gift Books for Holiday presents, In rich and soperb
bindings, elegantly Illustrated. All Books told at
the lowest retail price.
A SPLENDID GIFT,
Worth from fifty cents to $100, will beglrenwllb
every Book sold.
Presents to be Given Awayi
Patent L.v.i Gold Watcbes, worth S100 each.
Ladles' Gold Bunting Cases, worth.,,,..... SO each.
Ladies' Solid Gold Chains, worth 18 eaob.
Sllrer Watches, worth Ironi...-,....,..lS to 85 each.
Gold Neok Chains, worth 12 each.
Gold Bracelets, worth 10 eaob,
Sets ol Jewelry, worth from 1 10 to 39 each.
Sets Solid Hllrvr Teaspoons, worth..,,,...,. 10 each.
Silk Dresses, wonli.,........ WIHIII.IMI ,m.m 3d each.
ALSO A variety of useful and valuable artlolrs
notonnmtrated abovo, worth from fifty oents to 190.
A. A. KKl.LKY,
, . Publisher and 01ft Bookssller, 21 West fourth.
GREAT BAR3AINS IN FINE SOLD
and Silver Wstcies and fine Jewelry, consist
Xtrntoan, Coral, Lava, Pearl, Garnet and '
Torouois, fine Ear-rings, Bracelets, to.
ALBO A fine as'ortatent of Silver and Plated
ware, consisting of-lea-sets,
. Castors, Ones, Goblets, Lienor Stands. 1
Knives, Forks, Spoons, ftc. '
N, B.-Tbe best plated Tea-seU can be bought
from tH to 132 per set. Also, Silver Spoons and
Forks; warranted equal to coin, will be sold at the
low prise of 1 7ft psr ounce, at .
del9bw N. W. cornsr Fourth and Maln-streots.
, r r
Comprising the entire stock of 0, Lewis, at lb
Basaar. directly opposite the Postofflce, Becollect,
MUST BE SOLD!
dolOam H. O. GILBERT, Aealgnce.
CHRISTMAS GOOD81-J0HN BATES
has on hand a choice variety of luxuries for the
anproaohlngfesllvo season. Something for all I La
ilius anil gi ntlomeu, large folks and little folks; sucb
as upw RaMns, Fls, Cnrrsnu, Prunes, Nuts, Citron,
fresh r.sohos, Strawberries anil Plue-apples, Jellies
and Priisnrreii, Lobslots, Salmon anil Hardlnes,
Oysters, Fresh, Ooro. Bpiced and Plcklnl, IsiDglasa
snd Gelatine, Floe Branillos.Madoriu, Port, Sborry,
Catawba and Ulisuiuagne Winoa, Janislca Bum,
Scotch aud Irish Whisky, 4c. Gentlemen will please
not (brant that the choicest Havana Cigars ar. lo be
had at National Theater Building, Sycamore-street.
RIGKBV. MALLORV &; CO.'S
,. ' i
' FOR THE COMING
A TREASURE OK BEAUTY,
Book of BaDliael's Madoiinas.
With thirteen Photograph Illustrations of the Ma.
aonnas. a,seouiva m mo vxmi i.j'iut y uuiuaavi.
The priming is in fine antique type, oo tinted
paper. Superbly bound in Turkey Alorocoo. 1
vol. Ito. frice 512 w.
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Of Distinguished Engllsli & American
, FEMALE POETS. -
Introduction by Henry Onpple, A. M. Rlehly Illua.
. trated with a hundred Sieel Engravings, eie
cntsd In tbo Unit stylo i f tbe art; mostly fi out
original designs, by eminent artiste, 1 vol.,
royal Wo., Turkey antiauo. Price (12 40. ..
GALLERY Off FAMOUS.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN POETS.
With an Introduction by Benry Oopple, A, J U.
Blohly IllUHtrated with a hundred ttteel Ed
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From Jacob Cats and liobert Farley, with Aphor
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Being a series of Engraved Illustrations of Portraits
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Being an Aooount of the Habits and Geographical
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One elegant vol., 4to lllnstrnted throughout Kythe
most emlivnt artists. iloatitifuUy printed on
the Anost tinted paper. In morocco extra, $10;
burns' poems and soncv. '
An entirely new edition, illustrated throughout by
tbe most eminent artists. I very elegmnt vol,,
ito., calf, gilt, $d orn raorocoo, gilt, $9
MILLER'S POETICAL' LANGUAGE OF
Or, the Pilgrimage of Love. 1 vol,, 2mo., beauti
fully colored plnUs, and oonnd in ranrocceoxtra,
rich style, a Ml; or, bound In silk, gilt edges,
ww' ! XXV.
CHRISTMAS WITH THE POETS.
A colleotlon of Songs, Carols, and Desoriptive Verses,
relating to the Festival of Chrltmae. Jtoi.
helllshed with 63 tlutod Illustrations by Birket
Foster. One largo vol., 8vo., most exquisitely
printed. Morocco extra. (12.
Illustrated edition; collocted and arrangsd by the
author. Ilium ruled with 71 designs, engraved In
the higbnt style of art. from dosigns by Birket
, -Foster, Harrison Weir, William Harvey, J. Fen.
nid, F. B. Plckorsjlll, and other eminent artists,
and a portrait from a drawing by Lawrence. I
. vol.. Svo., cloth, gilt edgos, gj do. do., full tree
. marble, calf, gilt edges, $'; do. do., antique mo
rocco, gilt edges, l.
MBS. JAMESON'S LEGENDS OF
The Saints arid Martyrs
As represented In Christian art; forming the first
series of Ssored and Legendary Art, 2 volumes,
squsro orown&vo., cloth, 7 fit).
ytTIn addition to the above mny be found th'
Stsndard Authors In every dnpartmupt of Mteiatnrc
and all styles of Binding, tugethnr with all the new
Jttvenilos and Toy Books.
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.,
No. 145 MAIN-STREET.
WB WOULD SAY THAT OUR STOOK
of fine Watohes, Jewelry and Stiver Ware 1
now fall and complete. Thankful for the vsry lib-
1 1 ... m.trnnM wkith ham k... &v .
tended to our establishment for more than twenty,
fire years, si take this method of Inviting our
friends, and tbepublio generally, to continue rhelr -li
no than formerly, to please th.lr mcut fastidious
We b-g leave to call attention t a new artiele
jewelry, made from- the new metal. Aluminum,
brought from Paris by one of our Him, who hss
lately returned. ' ,) ; , ,f .
enitsble for presents for ths apprpsohing holidays,
The damage to our Bilver-waro Manufactory by the
late fire Is now fully repaired, and all we now need
10 keep up Its vitality Is plsuty of orders. We are
prepared to fill the same with dlspetoh, and we
promise full satisfaction to all who may please to .
iavor us with their calls.
jc .4 D. K18EY, U West Tifth-street.
The highest price paid for old Silver Coin of all '
Unils. ... , - . noTO-amf '
BEGOS & SMITH,
: ! )fo. 6 Wf&t Fourtn-streei,
Having refitted their Store, have filled It with the
most extensive assortment of : "
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
SILVER WARE, FIXE JEWELRY
'" - " ' -AND- ' '
Kvsr brought to the Western country. ' These Qoods
are KEW, aelected by oue of their firm, just re'
turned from New. York many articles of direet lm-
portatlon from Europe. ... ; 1
Don't fail to give thein a call, lfyon want a field '
or Silver Watoh, Silver or Plated Tea Set, Diamond -.
or other fine IHbi.or any article usnally kept In
Jewelry Stores. They now have the NEW EST and
liAKUKBl' assortment in tue eity. aeiauai-rae
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED . NEW
GOODS by Expresj, and our assortioent of
... Consisting of
Hudson' Bay gable I
Stone War ten )
' Cnnada and Blink Snble J . .
Fitch, Hlberlnn, (ssjnlrreli See.,
I. ioninlit.e and nnusnallv Inviting. We have 1 great
variety of nice and bandsoiuo sots of
, ALSO-Fur Qlovos, Collars, Bobes, Fur Coats, Ac.
r We Invite alt purchasers of
To cull and make seloctioss from our stock of nseftil
aud seasonable presents, which wo offer at vew low
prleesv. ' - 1 -
C. B. CAMP & CO., '
dciotf rjo. 08 West Thlrd-elreet. '
WHEELER & WILSON'S
KO. 77 FOURTH-STREET,
.''it . .,
. What more appropriate Christmas prsesntean you
make than a Wheeler 4 Wilson Sewing Mschlne,
which everybody now admits to be TUB Hsohlne,
and which does the work of day lu one hour, mak
lng home pleasant tbe balsnee of yonr lives. Every
family must have one, and It la economy to buy ths
In the West we have Jusjt taken thp First
Premium at the
,.. .,,,,-wr- ....
t J Indiana,
AMD ALSO AX THB
At' St.' Louis aud Chicago,
' A ) - ' . -
Where we received, beeldea the First l're.
mlnai, n 8100 SILVER PITCHER, a the
beat Family Machine. '
In addition to each leatlraonyi we refer
te the 40,000 faaalllea and mannfaoturera
to whom we hare sold, and to the follow
ln well-known persona of thte eity, now
nslnsT our Machines)
Mrs. Lara Anderson, Mrs. Both Evans,
Mrs. Wm. fiesor. Mrs. Jason Kvuus,
Mrs. 0. IC Shoenberser, Mrs. James K. Bmlth.
Mrs. Adam N. HiUdle, Mr. Wilson K. Nlxoo, -Mrs.
John L. Stotinius, Mrs. Joseph W. Wayuo,
Mrs. Miles Ureonwaod, Mrs. H 8. Carpenter,
Mrs. StsnleyMstthews, Mrs, Major McOres, -Mrs.
P. B. Wilber, ' Mra.Judato ltoadly, . '
Mrs. .Ths. P. Kilbreatb, Mis. Henry 0. Lord, '
Mrs. Joseph C. llutkr, Mrs. H. B. 'H omiuodlsu,
Mrs. Charles II. Wolft, Mrs. Samuel Stokes,
Mrs. J. Bloviu, Mrs. Jos. Lougworth,
Mrs. Dr. Woodward, Mrs. Mev. I. W. Clark.
Mrs. Pr. Oomegys, Mrs. llev. I,. Hwormstndt,
Mrs. Wm. Hellow, Mrs. Kev. 0. B, Boyuton ,
Mrs. Goo. D. Winchsll, Mm, ltev. Oon. C. lioblnson,
Mrs. Ihos. W. jbpraguo, Mrs. Itev. Uhas. Kingsley.
Gentlemen who design lo surprise tliolr families
with a Machine will please leave their names in
time to. have tueui ready lo send early Christmas
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
dello riKB'8 OPKRA-nOTJSK.
THE LAISST STYLE!
. '"' ,jfi 'T i -f H
MO. 149 MAIH-8TBB1T,
' One door below Fourth.
Holiday Gifts, &c.
WB INVITE ATTENTION TO TEK
large and beautiful assortment of FANCY
GOODB, whioh we have just received Tor the Holi
days . Bohemian Bottles, Psarl Jewel Casksts, Bo
hemian Caskets, Pearl Curd Caess, Bohemian Boxes,
Pearl Porte-monnalei, Bohemian Pun Boxes, Pearl
Inlaid Brushes, Ac for sle aj very low prlose.
AIiBIST B08t). Drnnist. --I
de W fl. W. for, aignh-st. and Western-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
THIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS TOW
na'eby Al.TlSItT BOBS, Druggist,
dell f. W. cor, Klshth-st. and Western-rew,
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