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THE PRESS;
ANDT W. FBAN0I800. JOHN D. OALDWBLL
ioitobi urn raoraiaToas. ' i fi
TUKtMSAY ....
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Both Houses of Congress.
Tut Siiiati. Tb Deraooratio Senator froia
Olio, Mr. Pngh, yesterday In apaeca ova,
hauled Mr. Iverion and Mr. Quit, Benaton
rsapeotfully from Georgia and Cllforni, and
discharged heavy and email shot at Uitarvala,
upon the advew wln of hi party iilral);y
taking hit gam on the. wing. A piquant
oolloquUl debate ensued.' The Commlttaa te
inrMtigate th Harper Ferry dlffioulty ver
allowed to employ a elerk.
Houaa.JIickmau and singleton draw from
each other aou strong admissions; the South
erner thraaUnlug diiunioo ani foreshadowing
that Col. Jefferson Darin, of Wit., might
a gain load armies to battle. Jeff, might possi
bly l.ad, bnt we doubt whether any army
wonld risk their net-la and tnaroh with 10
flimsy a pretext for a oauaa against the Federal
troops. After three ballot, In two f which
Mr. Sherman needed but four more TOtM.to be
elected, the Houa adjourned.
Disorganization.
The Democracy are disorganized, having
no regular eandidate in the United States
House of RepresentaUvea. On the twelfth
ballot yesterday, Mr. Booook withdrew his
name. On a previous ballot Mr. Sherman
had received 112, Mr. Booook 85, Mr. Boteler
21 votes, and soatterlng 12. The laaoeeding
ballot for Mr. Shermau waa 112, Mr. Booook
19, Mr. Boteler 29 votes, and the balance
scattering. The thirteenth ballot was taken
with but little change In the rote, and the
House adjourned. '. '..rV.v!
General Scott for President.
At a mass Union meeting, in New York
City, yesterday, Wwpield Soott, of New
York, was nominated for the Presidency."
CITY NEWS.
Unarm.. Those looking for useful presents
for Christmas and New Year's, are referred to
iho advertisement of Henry Ware. '
Cavagna'b Otstsbs. Let it be remembered
that Cavagna, No. 31 West Fifth-street, has
the best oysters brought to this city. .Those
who want delicious oysters ean not do better
than go to 31 West Fifth-street ' '
CONFEOTIOHERIES V OR TUB HOLIDAYS. Nick
Morris, No. 261 Baoe-atreet, between Sixth
and Soventh, la prepared to famish families
and Christmas parties with rare confection
eries, upon the shortest notice. Those who
lavor him with a eall will not regret it,
Cloaks. If any husband desires to make
hia wife an acceptable present and where is
(be one who does not? he should invest in
. one of the elegant, yet cheap eloaks sold at
Wilson's, No. 79 West Fourth-street. See ad
vertisement. '
Pbockidihob or thi County CouMibsionibs.
At their regular session, yesterday morning,
the Cointy Commissioners passed sundry
orders, amounting in the aggregate to $22302.
No other business of importance waa trans
acted. "' '" "
Christmas Otstbab. Every peraon will
want flee oysters for Christmas, and we refer
every person to Robert Orr, No. 11 West
lifth-sireet. He la tola agent for Maltby's
anequaled Baltimore bivalves, and warrants
oatlltaoiion given to every one who favors him
with their patronage.
Fibi Yestebdat Afternoob. About two
o'clock yesterday afternoon a fire broke out at
No. 329 Sixth-rtreet, whioh partially con
sumed the building. It was an old frame
house, tcoupied by a man named H. Johnson.
The loss will not'exceed three hundred dol
lars, nj'on which there was no Insurance.
Th PrnwiM's Festival. The Pioneers
Society have determined to celebrate the 70th
anniversary of the settlement of Cincinnati by
a supper, to be given at the Veranda on Mon
day next, the 26tb lust'. Th affair promises
to be one of more than ordinary Interest, and
the Society will doubtless enjoy their memo
lie of the olden time to the full extent, that
their obildren will feel interested In the rela
tion of their reminiscences.
COSCEBT AT THB WeBT.ETAKFeMALE Coi.LIOI.
The Olee Claw of the Wesley an Female Col
lege promise the friends of that iosutiition
an excellent entertainment, in a concert, to be
given this evening at the Collage Chapel,
onder the direotion of Prefesaor Smith. , The
class is quite large, and ha attained a great
degree of musical proficiency, while the pro
gramme, whioh has been carefully selected,
we doubt not will be finely rendered. ,
BORULART AND ATTEMPTED. EOBBSR?) IN
Fifth -street. Night before last some
scoundrel feloniously entered the second
story of the building No. 26 West Fifth street,
with tho iutention, it is thought, of by thiB
loothod reaobiog the auction room of Wilklns
Jc Walter. They found a lad in the house,
who they Intimidated with their threats, aad
pursued their way; but at last abandoned
their project, carrying nothing with them save
an old coat which belonged to the lad.
Fair roe the Behrfit or the Sisters of
Meict. Th fair for th benefit of the Sisters
of Morov, which opened last night at the Me
lodeon Hall, was largely attended. The pro
ceeds are to be devoted to the purchase of a
j.ieca of property, where these oharity-dis-pebsing
sisters may have larger opportunity
to pursue th objects of their institution; and
we heartily hoe that daring the fortnight
through which the fair will continue, all who
are interested in the eduoation of the poor, th
relief of the siok and th distressed, and the
protection these self-denying sisters are able
to offer to females "bo are In want of homes,
may be induced, by these means, to assist in
laudable an enterprise.
Arotbrr ',or Lipe's Tragedies A Woman
Dies i a Express Waoor or Her Wat to
ths IIosriTAL. A woman named Harriet
Black was driven to the Commercial Hospital,
yesterday, in an express wagon, and to the
ustonishment of the persons who conveyed her
thither, when they took her from the vehicle,
they found nothing aavt th inanimate clay
which but a short time before had: been the
abode of a soul. The deoeaaed waa thirty
eizht rears of aire, and bad been married al
most one-half of that time. . Her husband,
bowover. deserted her a rear or two ago." and
stone then she ha been compelled to earn a
abslstence as best she might.
Coroner Carey , held an Inquest upon, the
b)dy yesterday evening.and the jury rendered
verdlot of death from want and privation.'
Uroiwit RoBBKT. A man named Eiferl,
who resides in Kamtcra Couaty, Kentucky, a
tbort-disUnoe (torn Covington, was taken up
ia a senseless condition by some policemen,
aud carried to the Ninth-street Station-home.
After partial raeovtrr he stated that h
, was In tail Wagon, aad on the way bom
when be wa assaulted about half-peat ten
o'clock oo the corner of George and Linn-
ireo'.j, by some fellows who straek him with
a .lur.fr -shot, knocking him senseless, after
whioh they robbed blw of six or eight dol
larsall the money he had and then left him
upon th aldewalk In the condition in which
he waa found by th police. His head was
severely bruised a if by th stroke of son
blunt Instrument, and his body was otherwise
severely lrjured. Hs doe not know who the
lir;i Mere, and it ie probable that, legally, at
leair, this outrage may aever meet with th
panlihmeat it deterrst.
AMUSEMENTS.
'Pua's OKSKi-HOcax.- Tsa Ixooxstabt
last night draw to the Opera-honx. one or the finest
audleneesever assembled at thleeatabli.hinut, and
Mr. Murdoch' impenonatlou of "Youug Mirabel"
n(ul. The ulay wwl off with SDlrit, and
profwi aa enlorUiuiiKdl whrft might be rtpeUwl
with prulll. To-ulglit Mr. U. will appear aa "Al
frmi Erlyu" in Bulwer's beautiful plar of StONET,
tbe jwrfuraiur coauliiuf with tlt lU(hablii farce
Of Tua Tuoulm,
""Wood's TBiAtta. Muale Mitchell ia atill
the center of attraction at Wood'a, and will appear
this evening as "ABmoderu" Id the popular drama
entitled Satin Pian. Hor reprewntatlon of this
part Is one of her beat, and will doubtless draw, a it
always don, a full houw. The pregramme will con-
cna wun miLiv,rHi UAio win thi uitKina
aii. i .-J ,., . i ,
National TBSiTER.r-Mrs. Farren offers to
night, for the entertainment of the habltnei of the
liational.a new wlar entitled Wowaa's Paaits, in
connaetloa with tut ungbable protean rare, A Dv.
uisa Oood Joki, In which ranule flu will person
ily the principal part. The bill is an eaoellsnt one,
and webave little doubt that the frienda of this lailr
and her aoeompllilud daughter wilt avail themselves
of theopportunlu of wltneetiug It.
BwfTH A Nixon's Ham. The Arotlo Pano
raraa In all its cold and Northern beauty Is still on
exhibition at tbis placo,an excelleut eutertalumeat
fur these wintry erenibge, aud well oaloulated to
make one contented wllh the weather. It lea doe
fialntlng and ibould be teen by all who are, or hare
n luterested la the exploration of tba late Dr.
Kane. . ,.! ' ' . .
PotiOB Court. Forty-one persohs were b
Aira thaPolina Court veaterdav morulnf. but
there, was very little business of more than
ordinary interest. We give the finale of a
conple of cases which have heretofore been
related In our columns.
Emma Moore, charged with the lareeny of
six dollars from a man who was Induced by
her frailty to aocotnpany him to the atoisra
Vamour in which she resided, was sentenced to
hard labor at the Coanty Jail for a term of two
months.
A fellow named Patrick Clark, who belongs
to that large and contemptible olass who are
In the habit of abusing their f am ilea, was ar
rested on Saturday sight last, and confined in
the station-house, upon a charge of having
assaulted his wife. He appeared before Judge
Lowe yesterday morning, and was sentenced
to pay the costs of the prosecution, and to be
confined in the dungeon of the County Jail
and fed on bread and water for a term of five
days. , '
The oaseof Annie Richmond, who is charged
with harboring persons of elastic ohaatity, waa
examined yesterday before a jury. The prose
cuting witness, Isaac Frost, we believe, did
not appear, and the testimony whioh wss elio
lted failed to impress the entire jury as suf
ficient to conviot the defendant, and they
were diacharged at ten o'olock last night, the
ballot standing seven for acquittal and five
for conviction. The oase will be reheard on
Friday next. .
Receipts ami Expirditdres op thi Citt
Ddrino the Past Werk. From the books in
theoffic of the City Auditor we take the fol
lowing exhibit of the receipts and expendi
tures of the city for the week ending on Sat
urday last:
RECEIPTS.
General Fund.
Watch Vuml
Light Fund
Fire Department Fund ,.
Sinking fund
S306 6.1
4,000 00
634 00
4,(lO 00
l.Mi 70
Total I10.47JM
DISBURSEMENTS.
Qeneral Fnnd
Watch Fund
Superior Court Fund ...
Light Fund
Fire Department Fund -
PollceOourt and City Prison...
Total
)12, 0
MsRDEBurjs Assault. A man named Danle
Eahn waa arrested day before yesterday on a
warrant issusd at th Instance of a Mr. Frank,
who charges him with assault with intent te
kill. It appears that Eahn and a lad named
Henry Frank beoame involved In a quarrel on
Monday of last week, at Benckenateln's Oar
den, and while F. wa on hla way home K.
struck him upon th head with a bowlder tied
in a handkerchief, and Injured him so severely
that it la hardly expected he ean reoover.
Eahn was committed, in default of bail to the
amount of $1,600, for his appearance on
Thnraday nxt. -
' " '
Unpaid Letters. The following la a list of
letters detained for non-payment of postage at
the Postoffioe, in this city, December 19:
John Torrie, attorney at law, Lynchburg, O.
Wm. F. Tlieliden, Memphis, Tenn.
James MoMilly, Cblllicothe, 0.
John Martin, Lonisvllle, Ky. - , '
Jacob Houck, Baltimore, Md.
BelemusIIayden, Uteres, 0.
A. aipser, Natchei, Miss.
A. L. DeOaylsr, Loveland, 0.
Margaret Doneger, Defiance, 0. '
Klcbard Olalrboro,01nwood,Towa.
Wm. Beeket, Hamilton, 0.
Uriah Baroktr, Harden Bow, Mass,
J. T. Bryant, Thorntown, Boone llouaty, Ind.
. Madam BarbaBlrkl, Milwaukle, Wie.
Jewelbt. Beggs & Smith, No. 6, West
Fourth-street, have a large assortment of gold
and silver watohes, breat-pina, diamond
rings, and gold and silver ware of every de
scription, which they offer to their customers
on most favorable terms. Their stock is cf a
select character, and comprises much that is
suitable fur holiday offerings.
4.S86 2!
3,814 2h
82 Hi
623 64
3,011 67
37S 36
HOME INTEREST.
pir A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Watches and
Jewelry, oi. J41 and 271 Western-row,
Use Howe's Cough Candt Fur tale
by Job.u D. Park, comer of Fourth and Walnut,
"Buy your Ambrotypes at No. 68 Broad
way.
sT-Uet your Photographs at th liroadway
Gallery.
Get your
Christmas Pictures at the
Broadway Qallery.
Fancy Cases, at one-third the ptice
cnargei at other galleries, at the Broadway Oalliery.
Holiday-Importations at Eilas'i, 16
West fourth-street.
Holiday Jewelry at Ellai's, 16 West
Fourth-street,
fif Christmas (lift at less than Eastern
ericee at Silas's, 16 West Foiinb-etttet.
ffiTFln Jewelry, cheap for cash, at Eliaa's,
It West Foarth-atreet.
Pur Silver Spoons
and Forks, at
Elias'e, 16 West Fourth-street.
BbT Great assortment of Plated Ware at
Xllas'a, 16 Weet Fourth -itrt.
Fine R. R. Watches at Ella',
1
West Fourth -Street. .
&Get your Watches and Clooks repaired
at Kllas'i,16 West Fourth -street. . ,
: fit" The Best and Cheapest Pioturxs are
tobebadstUiihop'sUallery, Mo. is Weet Fourth
street. .
; pilr Mince-meat for your Chrlstmaa minoa
lilee. ' Vealeon, beef-tongo and beef mlnce-meats.
Too can rely ou John Hunt for a choice article.
-ii . ,i.
' teVFor Christmas Praaanta go to Albert
Buss's, eouth-weet oornor of Bbjbth-street and Western-row.
' :
' T- Crouoh's Gallery, No. OS Wast Fourth
street, is th place for cheap pbturei. Tea cents
wilt procure them. Ou and get one,
' Daguerrean Gallarv, (oath-wast oor
uer of Sixth and Westera-row, over Rannaford's
dnig-stor. Pictures taken and nt ia good eaaes
for twenty ce-ts. ' Warranted to fleas.
. AT It is a well sstablithed faot that
Bpragee 4'Co., son ffc -east Corner of Fonrth aod
Vlns, hive tba best stock of Clothing in the city.
Tbxe wanting superior Clothing, at a fair price,
can get it at Barague Oo.'s. Bemomber the above
aat and act In aceordaaee.
MARRIED.
MAOItb-BtttOOTT Pecemlier 14, W by tile
kov. vr. iyiar, at at. .lentfe s t'onrcn, oaiavia, n.
Y., Henry M. MtGill, Kii or Oovlngton, Ky., to
Mies Harah Gllicott. iliughter of John B. Illloott,
Ksq., of tbe former plane.
DINOESB-WILMOTTC- On Wednesday morn
Ina. Sac. 14, IW, by Ber. O.T. Flaudere. at the res
idence ol the bride e fttber, Sir, J, K. Dlngessto
lle Angle Wllmotle, oaly dangbter of air, Geoege
wumotte, an oi tnucitr.
DIED.
' PINMRT-On Sfindar. TJerember 18. at 9 o'clock
A. II., Annie, wile of S. B. Plnney, In the 2Hth year
of her age. 1
Funeral from ber mother-in-law's roaldence, 196
Beyentn-eireet, tnts morning at v o ciocx A. ai.
'' COLLINS At Msreeldenoe In Brownie;, Ky., on
Bis funeral will take place from his late reeirtenoe
to-day at i.H o'cioca. rrienus are lniitea to attend,
FLANNBHY On Sundar, Uth init., of dropsy,
Marie Flauuery, wife of P. r'annerr. agfd 47.
FINE GOLD JEWELRY
.1 '
S.W. cor. Main & Forth-fls ,
Invites the Inspection of the public to his display
of VlheOoM Imported Jewelry, comprlili g all the
newest patterns to be found abroad, consist lug of ;
ETRUSCAN,
j ENAMELLED,
t TURQUOISE,
! GARNET,
-AMETHYST,
. ! . PEARL.
Full aad naif-sets. Bracelets, Necklaces, Chains,
Ohalelalnis, Brooches, Sat Blugj, Lookets, Scarf
Pins, Blear Buttoui, Studs, to., te.
PINK AND BED CORAL. HKT9(
(From Naples.)
FUI.I. GARNET 9ETB)
; (From iieipslc.)
BLACK ENAWELLKU JKWKLRV.
! AL30 MY USUAL ASSORTMENT OF '
Rich Paris Fancy Articles.
i oei7-aw
FOR THE CHEAPEST '
HATS, CAPS & FURS
In tb city, go to -
dalOtf Mo. 362 Fifth-street, near Western-row,
i IMPORTED.
i -.' . 'J ' '' ." .'' ' ' s ''
ni urn mww
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FINE FURS1
WE BELIEVE OUR ASSORT
MENT of choice Fnrs Is tbe best In the
city. Recent snivels of rery fine Sable sets maks it
very complete.
Of all the cheaper grades of Furs we hare a great
rarlety, and a great many kinds of
CHILDREN'S' FURS,
Suitable for holiday gifts. They are going off at Tory
low prices.
DODDeVOO.!
Batters and Furriers, -de!9tf
144 Main-street.
Orrics or tb Onto akd jUississirn U. R. Co., 1
.11 1 . .J V . 1 ..1 1 OKI. f
VIIKIUUII.I, Kin SU1 IWI 1, I
NOTICE. sVOR THE CONVE
NIENCE of skinners, the Oblo and Missis-
slppl Bilr
ddI Railroad ComoanyhaTe establlihed an Office at
No. 46 Public Landlntr. where throuah rates can ba
obtained at all times on freights for St. Lonis or
points beyond. : T. LOUGH,
dc7am General Freight Agent,
urrios IsiTTta Miami Kailboad Co.,1
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
th. Stockholder, of this GomnanY will ba
aid at tbe ornce of the Comrjanr. In th. citv of Cln.
clnnati, on TDlSDAY,27tb December, Inst., for the
pnrpose or electing twelve uireciore 10 serre cne en
suing year, and tor tbe transaction of such other
busluess as may be presented. The polls will be
opened at 10 o'clock A. M. and close at 3 P. M.
By order of tbe President.
dBfltt D. Q, DAVKNPORT, Tressnrer.
fcKENNEDVS MEDICAL DIS
rasr OOVIBT ie acknowledged by the most em
nent physicians, and by tbe most careful drnirgiete
througbont tbe IJiiiLeil States, to N the most effectual
Ulooil -purifier ever known, aud to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
toy preparation known to the profossion. Scrofula,
.Salt Kbeiirn. Kryaicelat, Scald, hesd. scaly emotion.
of whatsoever nature, are enred by a tew bottles, and
tbe system restored to fall strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directioDefor tbscureof ulcerated sore
legs, enu o Hereon upland running ulcere, is given tn
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOUN D.
PAKK, SUIKB.KUKHTBIN t (10. , and OKOKQB
M.prxOr), Prlcegl. upl-ay
Tax CtMcivniTi OarusH Asti.ch,
Cincinnati, December 19, ISM. t
MESSRS. EDITORS -IN
i a U) Invite theatlantion of our friends and tiiAniili.
lie during the approaching Holidays, to our unusually
large and interasting lamily, Jt gives us great
Eltasure to acknowledge that a generous public naTo
eretofore remembered these orphans, and have con
tributed nppropriatvly to their enjoyment. May we
not, therefore, confldentlr relv on tba continued
favor and benefactions of all who feel an interest iu
tnese nomeiess ones entrusted to onr care, -
Donations of Clothing, Provisions and Hundrlss
may be sent to the Asylum, on Elm-street, above
Fourteenth. Donations tn money will be gratefully
received by Mrs. POLLOCK Vi 1LSON, No. 884 West
Hixth-street, and Nrs. HENHV 1'KOIlASt'O. 321
West Fourth. ctrPot. dnriiiE the comins wenk.
delv-aw
uf orqer oi tne Board or Managers,
IT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAflT.-The article that cures almost
without fall every species of eruptions of the face
bands, or other parts of the body. Is your face dis
figured with pimples oran Irritating eruption of any
kind; have you contracted that mbst troublesome
disease, 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 once and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amonntof
evidence In its favor, that will pnt to rest all doubts
of Its efficacy io the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satisfied that tbe Lotion
is no humbug, proonre a bottle and nsslt, and you
will be satleSed that tbe half has not been said in Its
favor that might be.
Price SO cents, or sii bottles for 12 50.
EOIiOH PALMIB, Agent,
' no30 No. 36 West Fourth -street
Y. M. M. .L.
ASSOCIATION.
INDEPENDENT TICKET.
PRESIDENT, j ,
Theodore Cook,
Of Baiter, Bart t (look,
VIGI-PBKSIDKHT, '
Win. C. "Vanderbill,
Of David Gibson t Co. '
COBRE8P0ND1NQ HKCJ1ITABT,
Win. Stewart, ,
With Harrison A Hooper.
KI0OBD1N0 SSOBITABX, ,
J. J. WcDowell,
,. With Oommerclal Bank. ' "'
TBKA8UBKB, ,
S. G. Hubbard,
21 Flfth-ilreet. I
DIBEOTOBS, ". ' -
. Win. Crichton,
. . With Oaylord, Son k Co. , '
Joseph C. Woodrufl
With Pearson Co.
John Wlhon,
Of Wiliou, Iggleston Co., '
William J. Torrence,
With T. 8. Dusn0oi ' -.
. Jos. B. Chapman, 1
. - ' With Wynne, Balaee t Oo.
At a mass mesting of (hs TndependVlt varty, held
Friday evesiog, December 16, tbe foregoing wore
unanimously uomiuated as the candidates of the
party, to be voted for at the election, Tuesday, Jan
uary , 1W. JOHN W. DVDLXZ, Chairman.
it. W. TUfwa, eorsury. delvti
NEW j; ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE BEST
BECAUB8 THE MOST VJfiEFUL.
CHRISTMAS GUI'
i 'i . t , . -
. -a. . For Lady U oo of k
WILSON'S
CLOTH . CLOAKS,
- Af Orsatly Tied uced Prices, at ",
; " ' " Wilson's
7a West i"oiirlh stret.
VELVET CLOAKS
At OVst aud Less than Cost, at t ui.
WILSON'S,
' : T8 West ronrtb-etreel. '
OPERACLOAKS,
Especially adapted for Christmas Oifts, St 1
WILSON'S, '
' ' 78 West rourtb-slrrel.
MISSES' CLOAKS,
r rA ni.ii.iM.B mrs mt . '.,
' ' " WILSON'S,
M West fourth-street.
SHAW L S,
! At Half-price, for Chrlstmaa Oifts, at v . i
' WILSON'S,
: 1 7i West Fourth-street. :
BO NfETS,
And Millinery Goods of every description, at lislf
prlce for Holiday Prnsetoti. at v ' '
, . " ' WILSON'S,
detua '78 Weet Ponrtb-stroet.
USEFUL
Christmas Presents
-FOE THE , , '('.','
AGED, MIDDLE-AGED & YOUTH
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HENRY WARE,
OPTICIAN AND INSTRUMENT MAKEB,
No. 7 West Fourth-street,
(Opposite th High Steeple.)
N. B.-Establl.hed la 1838.
ds20a
Pure Sperm-Oil.
PURE SPERM OIL, PREPARED EX
PBE88LI for Sewing Machines and other
fine Machinery, . Constantly on hand.
RDWABI) 80ANLAN 00., Drnmrists,
de2io U.S.. cor. Fourth and Main-streets.
Pure Deodorized Coal-Oil.
PURE COAL-OIL, FROM THE BEST
Mannfaotnrsrs, constantly on hand.
EDWABD BOANLAN St CO., Druggists,
de20o - N. E, corner of Fourth and ilatn-sts.
Bay Rum.
UIRESH DISTILLED BAY-RUM, FOR
at' tale by the bottle or gallon.
BDWABD SCAN LAN CO.
Drnealsta.
de20c
M, I. cor. Fourth and Main-streets.
BENZINE
, , . -WILL M08I-
POSITIVELY CLEAN
GIoTes,
Silk4
Velveti,
. Ribbons,
Cloth, -
Oil Faintiugs.
engravings,
Furniture, &c.
BENZINE
. IsKconoairal,
BENZINE
Is More Certain,
benzine; ,
Is Less Troublesome, Ac, ,
than any other artiole erer inTentcd for cleansing
all the acovo, and many other articles from Grease,
Paint, Cosl-smcke, Dirt, ic, .
try. ,
THE BENZINE,
As prepared by ,
BUIBK, I0K8TEIH k CO.,
Opposite the Postodfce.
del
Glycamyl of Roses
IS A MOST BEAUTIFUL AND EFFEC
TUAL reined r for ' i
Chapped Ilahd,
V Chapped Face,
r. , Sore Lips, Ac.
Itj mlnr.iit itid rtuoihlntf BroDtrl1tg. vrMHa lha
kin in a hMltfay condition. tui ,rnilr It laft.
eo0la an, ,a.s,; g tj 1 EI, itO R STEIN CO., -
ueiso - "r uppoeit sua roetome.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
OfV GROSS SPALDING'S PREPARED
JMtW OLTJIfor aile by
BUIBI, ECK8TKIH CO..
deltte Opposite the Postoffiee
CHRISTMAS GOODSI JOHN BATES
bas on band a ebolce varl.ty of Ituanes for tbe
approacblDEfestiveeeaeoD. Hometbioj for all I Ls
dies and gentlemen, large folks and little folks: snob
.n.w RAt.in.. Vlffi.flnrrant.. Prune.. Nnflr.flitrnn.
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Plns-apalee, Jellies
and Preaerves, Lobeiere, Balmon and Hardinee,
Or.t.rs, Fresh, Core. Bplced and PIcklMl, Jjloglau
and Gelatiue, Fine Brandies, Maderla, Port, Sherry,
Oatawba and Oharapagae Winee, Jamaica Ram.
Scotch and Irish vVhlakr, Ac Gentlemen will sleaM
not forget that thecholoset Havana Cif are are to be
baa ai national ineeier nnnaieg, oroamors-street
D0M1NT-11 BRLS. PRIME HOMINY.
MM. Joit received and lor sale br
9. SHIKN. ,
20Eut TbTrU-.treet.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 8,000 pound
prim Bnokwheat Flour at wholesale and retail
br I4lh f aBJEIK, N Sasl Xalrattreet,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CHEAP TABLES
-A T
WEATHERBY'S,
VINE AND RACE-STS.,
' !:;C" i;
; COMMENCING ' a ;-
MONDAY, DECEMBER 19.
GRAND DISPLAY
. : "ds.'f i- r . ,a -,-
-or- -
Cheap Diy (Hoods !
AND ANOTHER
REDUCTION IN PRICPS.
; SAMPLES OF ALL GOODS
Opened Out for Inspection,
. i
AND
Prices 'Attached to Each Articla .
PLAIN FIGURES.
, ; !-. , . .- ..
'' FOB TBK '
H 0 L ID A Y S !
Chas. S. Weatherby,
; No. 113 Fifth-street, .
BETWEEN VINE AND RA0E-8TREETS.
' . .. Idelicj ,
" 'Tia bettor to laugh than be sighing."
Presents for the Holidays!
Auction Sale Stupendous!
102 Fourth's! , opposite the Fostoffice.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
' EXTRAORDINARY V ,
S40.000 "Worth
OF FINE AND RARE GOLD ,
, , From tbe late Arm of (
BALL; TIFFANY & DAYENPORT
Importers aud ftlauufucturera of For
ela and American Jewelry, 388
and 368 Broadway, N. Y.
PRESETS FOR THB H0I,tD ATM, '
PHK8ENT8 FOR THI HOLIDAYS, ..
PRESENTS FOR THK UOL1DATS,
PRESENTS FOR THI HOLIDAYS,
PRESENTS FOB THI HOLIDAYS, .
' THB .
UOsT BEAUTIFUL AS60U'IHlEN'i',
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
HOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMKNT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL AHSORTmENT,
HOST BEAUTIFUL AS80RTMENT
. OF .
watch ks, Diamonds add Bit ace lets, .
WATdUES, DIAUOND8 AND BRACELETS,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS, .
WATOBES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
YY atuuks, juiaravnue ana snAiJC.UB.iEf,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBlKM,
PlfXllLS, OPALS AND RITBiRS,
PEA KliS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
0ORAL8, WOHAUJ AND TORQIIOI8,
CORALS WOSAIO AND 'lOBi, U01S,
CORALS M0SA1O AND TORI U0I8,
CORALS' BIOSAIO AND T08C U01H,
CORALS, MOSAIJ AND T0HQUO18,
CARBUNCLES, AMITHIST8 A TRUSTILK
CARBUNCLES, AMlfHISTS A TRUSTILK
OARBUNOLES, AMITHI8T8 A TRUHTILE
(JARBUNCLaS, AM ITHIaTS A TRUSTILK
CARBUNCLES, AMITHISTS t TBUSIILE
SETS FOR THB MILLION, . , ,
SEtB FOR THK MILLION,
8BT8 FOB TBI MILLION,
SETS FOB THE MILLION,
SETS FOR TUB MILLION,
AND BRACTF.L8 TO MATCH,
AND BRA.TELS TO HATCH,
AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
JEWELRY 0 EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ;
JEWELRY OF EVBtlV DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
OF
MAGNIFICENT A RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT A RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT A RRUHKHOHB PATTERNS,
: MAGNIFICENT A RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
-MAGNIFICENT ARKOHIROHK PATTERNS,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, , '. . ";r
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, i i. .- ' ')
OOOD8 NOW OH EXHIBITION,.. . ,.,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, '
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, :'; : ' '
4 . THE . ,') n.W- . I
LADIES ARE INVITED TO UALl'
LADIES ARI INVITED TO CALL,
" LADIES ARM INVITED TO OAL l !
T A Tal 17U A III! I UUITITM T 1 a i f
LADIES ARB INVITED TO CALL,
ir i. nnnna WARRANTED
.1
ALL O00D8 WARRANTED
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
Xr.i. noons WARRANTED
i 1.-J"
ALL GOOD WARRANTED1! t'.'---.',
AB REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALM,
AS) REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALU,
; ., AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF 8ALK,
... j ..AS BEPRKSE vTED AT TIME OF SALE,
A8 REPRESENTED AT TIM! OF BALK,
SALES POSITIVE, ' , ..',.
SALES POSITIVE. . . - .., .
SALES POSITIVE.
SALES POSITIVE. - H '
BALajQ rUBJilta
H. M. DAVERPOBT,
dsl.g .
Evergreens 1 ! - Evergreens ! !
; CiiTlstmas Trees, Wreathing, &c.
D Tf f MM m SC U MJ M m H WJ ejja
faoyttslNA M .w Ho. m WalnutHtrees.
RIMOVAL . E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, bas removed to 172 Vine-street, suesr
aeveistheysositethe (lasomee. ncft-tna
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TO OUR PATRONS
WE WOULD BAY THAT OUR STOCK
orflne Watelies, Jewelrr and Silrer Ware'
Dow lull and complete. Tbaufetul for tbe veil lib
eral and gf-neroos patronage wbtoh bas been ea
tendod to onr eetabllihinent for more than tw.ntj-'
fire years, we take this method of invitlns our
friends, and the public generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselves lit a far better conditio,
now then formerly, to fie, their moat fastidious
'?i?ief' tn nail attantion to a -new artlcl
jewelry, mde from the new melaT, Altuninnnt,
Drought from Paris by oue of onr firm, who hsi 4
oir "tore1 U 'v. oil sbpallel with valnsbto artloles,
siiltaWs for presents for the approaoblng holidars.
The damage to our Silver-ware llanntaetory by the
late fire Is now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep np its vitality is plenty or orders. We are
preparvd to fill the aame with dispatch, and we
promise full satisfaction to all who may pleas to .
favor as with their calls.
" B. A U. EINSEY, Jl Weal Fifth-street.
Tbe! highest prioepald for old allver Coin of all
klude, noao-amf .
BEGGS & SMITH,
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Having reOtted their Store, hare filled It wllh tba
i , ; moet extensive assortment of .
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
SILV ER WARE, FIN K J EH ELItV
-AND-
&AJSTGTr QpODS
Ever broii.ht to the Western conutrv. These Goods
are NEW, selected br one of their Arm. jnet re
turned from New York many articles of direct Im
portation from Europe. ' .
Don't fall to give them a call, Ifyou want a Gold
or Silver Watch, Silrer or Plated Tea Set, Diamond
or other fine King, or any article usually kept in
Jewelry Sloree. They now have tbe NEWEST and
tiAUUKs r aaeoriuumt in tne city. uemtjai-rap
Christmas Gifts!
w
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED 1 NEW
GOODS by Sxpieti, aud onr assortment of
LADIES' FURS,
Consisting of '
Uudaou'a Bay Bible) .
Stone Marten )
Canada and Mink HHble)
- Flrch, Slberlnni Saalrrel, &o,
Is complete and unusually Inviting. We hare a great
variety of nice and handsome sets of .
CHILDREN'S FURS.
ALSO-Fnr Glovei, Cellars, Robes, Far Ooats, Ao.
, We Invite all purchasers of ,
CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
To call and make selections from onr stook of nsefnl
and seasonable presents, which we effer at Tew low
prices.
0. B. CAMP & CO.,
delMf ' No. H Wear Tbtrd-atrret. -
Assignee's Sale!
GREAT BARGAINS!
SIO.OOO IN
CLOAKS!
$10,000 XlOL ,.,
HOUBNINO GOODS
$10,000 in ;i 1 , -
Dress Trimmings!
Comprising toe entire stock of 0. Lewis, at tba
Bazaar, directly opposite tbe Fostoffice. Beoolleot,
they
MUST BE SOLD!
delOam IL O. GILBERT, Aislgnee.
BOOKS FOR THE nOLIDiVS
GIFT" BOOK
ESTABLISHMENT
LOCATED PERMANENTLY. '
No. 18 WEST FOURTH.STREET,
Neat to Smith A Nlxon'e Hall. '
OWING TO TflETJIIPAKALLELEDSUC
(JESH we have met with for the last month, we
have leased the spacious and elegant stors, No. 2
Weet Fourth-street, and bave made (teat additione
to our stock of Books and Jeaelry, and are now pre
pared to offer greater inducements than ever. We
hare a splendid assortment of Annual Albams and
Gift Books for Holiday presents, in' rich and superb
bindings, elegantly illustrated. All Books sold at
tbe lowest retail price. i .
A SPLENDID GIFT,
Worth from fifty ceals to $100, will be given with
every Book sold.
Presents to be Given Away i
Patent Lever Gold Watches, worth...,,.,... f 100 each.
Ladies' Gold Hunting (Jases, worth 90 each.
Ladies' Solid Gold Chains, worth...., II each.
Sliver Watches, worth trom lib to 25 each.
Oild Neck Chains, worth. 12 each.
Gold Bracelets, worth ; 10 saob.
Bete ol Jowolry, worth from 10 to 20 each.
Bets Holid Hilver Teaspoons, worth 10 saob.
Bilk Dresses, worth,.,... 25 each.
ALSO A variety of useful snd valuable articiea
not .numerated above, worth from fifty cents to too.
A. A. RBf.I.EY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller, 28 West Fourth,
deWbw
GREAT BARGAINS IN FINE GOLD
and Oliver Watches and fine Jewelry, oonslit.
Ing of J , 1
Etruscan, Coral, Lava, Jtarl, Garnet and
' " Torquole, Pins, Ear-rings, Bracelets, Ac, '
ALSO A fine aetortment of Hilver and Plated
ware, constating ol -,
Tea-sets, Urns, Waiter?,
Communion-war, Cake-Baikets, " - '" :.":;
Castors, Clips, Goblets, Liquor Stand. -
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Act-., ue.-
M. B The best plated Tea-seta eaa be bought
from U to S82 per set. Also, Oliver Dpoon and
Forks, warranted euual to coin, will be sold at th
low price of II 80 per ounce, at
WM. OWEN'S, '
del9bw M. W. corner Fonrth and Main-streets.'
J.CTOWEIeMCO.
HOIJDAY HAT t
'THE LATK8T 8TTLEI
NO. 149 HAIN-BTSIKT,
delO
On door brtlow Fosuth.
NEW FRUITS l-LAYER RAISINS, IN
boxes, half-boxes and qnarter-boxee, Seedlee
Baleins, Kew Candled Citron, Mew Currants, and
every thing else for miking your mine-meat, pud-
dings, Ac.
juan i.nvueun, vroner,
oe is
Comer Slnth and Vine-street.
SWEET CIDER t A SPLENDID ARTI
cle of Sweet Older, warranted enre, just received
and for sal by juun fkhuuhuh, urooer,
de 10
Corner Hinth and Yine-etrseMi
Q
TSTER8 I ' 0TSTER8 1 1 : 0T8TERS 1 1 1
Put op especially for the holidays They are
great big rat fellow, and the best thing that thvrcit
lor a "uooa vanetua. xmner
JOHN EERGL'SON. Gtwnr.
d19
Corner Nlnta and Vlif-stveit.

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