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THE PRESS:
AUDI W. fBANCISOO. JOES D. OALDWILL.
anrroas aa tioraMvoM. i , i . . r
WEDNK8DAY.
..DKCKHBKU 91
Grand Union Meeting.
Chriitmu and New Year's art at hanJ-r
Congressmen, please elect a Speaker at onoe,'
and oem home I The people wlih to hold a
Union meeting with you during the holiday!
not one of the i tately, pretentious, cold and
formal kindgotten np to order but a real
re-union a soul-braoing, heart-expanding,
thanlugiring Union. Your Taluable services
in upholding the national oharseter, your
Union-loring tentimentt expressed in debate,
will not be mentioned, if you are too modest
to endure oommendation. The bickerings and
foulfc-findings, the diitruit and denunciations
uttered and manlfefted in such ungenerous
phrases, aod with intemperate rlolenoe, will
be overlooked not eren mentioned in eensare
their Mmeiubranee, even, will be supplanted
by confldenoe and encouragement. 'After the
New Year's feitirHies we desire to. hear of no
mot? ditunion speeches, and of no more Union
meetings.
Let oar Ropreeentetivee understand that
their wives and sweetheart are for Union, now
and forever. Let there be during the holidays
a grand Union meeting in every distriet of
every State in this Union.
These festivities are not seotlonal matters.
Ho whose coming was the commencement of a
great Union movement the brotherhood of
man will Impart a Ohrlstmas spirit of good
will to all. , . .. .
obbibli Discovisr A Mar Bciiid Alivs.
The Albion (Mich.) Revieir says that a man by
Hie name ol George Sawyer died, as was snp
posed, in a spasm, sous time last Spring,
lie was burled alive. Not loog tlnoe some of
bis friends wishing to remove his body disin
terred him. They fonnd him lying on hi
fane, hit hand in his hair, with great handfuli
torn oat, and bis grave clothes all torn to
pieces. '
CITY NEWS.
Poocht Pickiso. Mrs. E. B. Strong had
her pocket pioked yesterday in the Fifth
street market, of a porte-monnsie containing
leveral dollars all the money she had by
some one of the "light fingered gentry" who
infeit the city. ..,
Boeolirt or Smith-strum. The residence
of James Burger, located on Smith-street,
near fourth, was burglariously entered, night
before kit, by tome fellows who. In their
awkwardness, made a snmcent noise to awaken
the inmates. They that thwarted their owa
plans and deoamped without carrying with
them any thing of value. .
As Old Mar Sckiovs'lt iRsirtin sv x Fail
A man named Joseph Gould, aged nearlj
sixty, in consequence of ths slippery state ol
the sidewalk, fall at the corner of Third and
Broadway, yesterday morning, and broke his
lee. besides otherwise seriously Injuring him
self. He was taken up and driven . to his
residence in the upper part of Broadway, by
some persons who were in hit company at
the time of the accident. . . . .
KORAWAT MaBRIAQK AT TUB BVRMIT HoDSI.
A couple arrived at the Burnet House last
sight, from Kentucky, and in great haste de
aired to be provided with a marriage license
and a minister. The girl was loveable as are
most of the dark-eyed daughters of our sister
btate, and was beloved. Iter father's frowns
were not half a match for the smiles of her
lover, and laughing at the remonstrances and
commands of one, she returned the passion of
the other, and determined to be his at any
risk and was made to then and there.
(Shockiro Agcoidikt ALittls GirlBubht
to Diath. A little girl aged four years,
daughter of John Connelly, residing on YV ebb
street, near Smith, was burnt to death yester
day afternoon about four o'clock. The mother
of the child had left it alone in the room for
a few moments, when, in an attempt to put
novae coal on the fire, its clothes caught. Be
i'ire its screams reached the mother's ear and
brought her to its side, the child was but a
horrible mass of chirred flesh, quivering w t'o
the pang of a parting farewell to life. The
acoident caused an alarm of fire; but although
iho hoaeo oaught, no material damage was
done. ,
... n tt i
Tat Wsathrr. The soft snow that fell du
ring the greater part ol Monday night wa
l'roien firmly about noon yesterday- the
weathor having tamed quite cold. Last even
ing it was freezing hard, and every thing was
wintry. The sleighing and skating are now
quite good fur this Isiitude, and outward ob
jects bear the semblance of more Northern
eliuie.
C 4 4 -
Settlors Acciorrt to a , Lima Gist. A
little girl, whose name we were unable to
learn, was run over by a cart on Western-row,
near David-street, yesterday afternoon, and
quite seriously Injured. Her left arm and
several of her ribs .were broken, white her
bead was very badly bruised. She was taken
to the residence of her parents en the last
named street, where her Injuries were attended
to by a neighboring physician. J
RltIT8 FOB LtOSKKtr AT THS MiYOR'3 Ot-
vie. The report of the Mayor's Clerk to the
City Auditor for the week ending yesterday,
ttbuivs license receipts to the amount c
derived from the following sources : ' .
Ki press wagons-,...
OUI01DIU1S...HH.
Kibi billons aud Balls.
II urkstere...
Peddlers.....
Total
fey M
Pomci Cocar. There were twenty-nine
eases examined before Judge Lowe yesterday
morning, but they were not very important.
We relate one or two as examples of the busi
ness tbtt occupied the Polios Court during its
seseion yesterday, ;
A fellow named Wm. Lee became involved
in a difficulty on the wharf with another man
named John Reedy, day before yesterday, and
track him with a stick of wood, whiok in
jured him quite severely. Lee was sentenced
to (he dungeon of the County Jail for a term
of five days.
Francis Henry was arrested, night before.,
last npoa a ohargaof indulging in the despica
ble bastness of abating his family , and , was
lined by Judge Lowe taree dollars and eWt.
, i , Ui,i
Mas Ssvimlt Bsatm ADt Boaaap-A
man named Joseph Elsenheimer was takes
up at the corner of Rice end Twelfth, at an
eitrty hour yesterday morning, quite Insensible
and half covered with snow. After be bad re
covered sufficiently to five an aocouttt of him
self, he'.remembered that while on the; way, to
hit residenoe, on Bockeye-street, he was as
tailed by etoouple of ea who knocked him
down, and beside beating him quite severely,
without anv crevocation hati-i rnhtiiul'
him of the little money he'happenwd Ho'haVe'j
about him, lert mm in ths condition In which
he was found. His face and head awetoith
severely bruised and hit body injured quite
osiiiy; out as ne cannot leu wno nts assau
ants were, it is likely, they wUt escape the
pmtishmentthey so frefily rflerlt,'
' Accidsst to a Bov.--A boy about fourteen
years of age, named Dunlsf, had bis lex broken
vesterday evening, by hevjsf ;1t caoghtoneW
t a mmA tiSla SWuK.a" V iu..l.t 1u1'
iiri. tJMBts LilA. tTtJ.. TtvC.
.:; -a. rXi r .W
.V'-l nHww " - - W.MfW,,..mufP
wound was immediate stttanded to. .
e ease 11 fit)
. see see see seeee see. eswsaee ase i Itl 4Hl
4 Of)
eeeeetveeeeweewMeiteMA 27 ON
11 fall
iseoea ts es as eaos at at iwiimm a ae hiiwimi 4 W'
'; Acciorrt. Professor John Locke, we regret
to learn, slipped and fell, in the yard of his
private residence, en George-street, between
Cutter and Linn, a day or two ago, and dis
located Us left tnouiaer.
1 Board or City Immovihrvts. At the
regular semi-weekly meeting of the Board of
City Improvements, yesterday morning, toe
Clerk was directed to transmit to the City
Auditor the following estimate necessary for
the department, for the month of January,
180":
Cleaning 8lreett... ............,..,.....,........ 11,800
Salaries................... ............., 319
Be pairing Culverts and Bridge..,............. 300
ToUl. .....
M 91 13.S19
An extension 'of further time, until 1st of
June, ibou, was recommended to J. w. uam
oron to oomplete his oontraot for building
sewers on Liberty-street from Vine to Baoe.
Also, for paving sidewalks on J.1 Deity-sweet
from Western-row to Pendleton, and for pav
ing the sidewalks on 'Water-street from Smith
to vine. Adjourned.
Adiu' Exrius CoiirART. Adams' Express
Company have our thanks for New York, Phil
adelphia, Baltimore, St. Louis and New Or
leans papers of the latest dates. . ;; .
. i i
UMPAin LtTTsas. The following is list of
letters detained for non-payment of postage at
the Postoffloe, in this eity, December 20:
Madame Blanche, New Orleans. La.
Mr. W. M. A. Gryden, Claves. Hamilton Vo., O.
J. D.Pratt A Oo.. Baltimore, Md.
Daolel Pettlner, Hew York city.
Nsw Mail Roots to California. The
letter mails from the Cincinnati Postofflce for
California will hereafter be sent by the' Over
land Mall via St. Louis.
Firs Last Nioht. A one-story frame build
ing, located on Providence-street, above
Liberty, and oooupied by Andrew Dreidel at a
spice mill, was burnt to the ground last night
about ten o'clock. It is not known how the
fire originated, but the loss will not, in all
probability, exceed $300, which we believe is
fully covered by insurance. :
DIED.
KK1CLSR-On Monday, ths 19th inat.. of acarlst
fevnr, John O., infant eon of John and Karah Keeler.
JTaneml from the residence or his fathsr. south
west corner of John end Pavid-etreets, to-day, the
Hit, at two o'clock. The friends of the family are
invited.
FURNISHING GOODS
AND
Fancy Articles for the Holidays,
-AT-
Jas. Richardson's,
100 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
d2l -o Between Baoe and Vliie.
INDIES' SKIRTS!
Corsets and Underwear.
Itecelved tail day a very choice assortment of
Watch-spring Extension Skirts,. ,"
RICHARD SON'S,
100 West Fourth-street,
ds21c
BITWEXN TIKE AND BACK.
HOME INTEREST.
9 A. A. Eytter, Clocks, Watches
Jewelry, Doe. Ml and 171 Weetern-row,
and
iZS&-At the Broadway Gallery, No. 8
Broadway., ' . ,
Superior Plate Ambrotypes at the
Broadway Gallery.
Eitra Ferrotypes at the Broadway Gal
lery, Mo. M.
tTDuring the holidays, Carpenter, No. 20
Weet Fifth-street, will be prepared to supply the
public with any amount of Siaphanotypes. These
pictures are superior to any other known. Go and
get one. v ,
8B Friel k MoG aire's establishment, 206
Walnut-street, was crowded yesterday with those
waiting Winter Clothing. These popnlsr Drapers
and Tailors are determined to lead all competition,
and take special pains lu rendering satisfaction to
those who call on them.
: ff3f" The annual donation of Tea Canisters,
as adopted by Moore A Chester In 1831, will con..
mence at tooth-east corner Fifth and Walnut, on
Friday next. ; ' doalc
jfQirt Book Salc Crowds are visiting
the Olft Book Kstablitbmant.JS Weet Fourth-street,
and the general expression Is. "I have got the worth
of my money." This it necessarily to, at the books
art eold at the lowest retail price, aod a gift of some
description, from BTty cents t one hondnd dollars,
Is gl rea with each, at the time ef tale: This Is a rare
chance offered to buy you Books for Holiday Pres
ents. . ' - deflb
Bemember that Bannan k , Lyons,
south-east corner of Sixth end Sycamore, are pre
pared to supply the finest Ohiittmas Meats ever eeen
in or opt of market. They will please these who tavor
them with a call. Drop In. .. .
fif Ust Eowa't Cooqb Casdt For tale
by John D. Park, corner of Fourth end Walnut.
Mince-meat for your Christmas mluoe
plee. Venison, beef-tongue and beef talnce-iueatt,
Ton can rely on John Bunt for a choice trtlcle.
9For Christmas Presents go to Albert
Boss's, south-west corner of Eighth -street and weet
era-row.
Crouch's Gallery, No. 61 Wert Fourth
street, Is the place for cheep pletoree.' Tea eente
will procure them, do and get one.
: Daguerrean Oallery, south-west eor
aer of Hlxth end Weetera-rcw, Over Haauaford'i
drug -store. Ploturee token and ut In good caaet
folj twenty ee. te. Warranted to please,
- Vinrr. flhnlna 'Vmrill Vlnnr f IV.
Lowest ratee, delivered without char(. Bend lu
jrohr orders to the mill, at 0., H. and D. R. R.
JAMES K. BUBIN, Agent.
Oats. Shorts and Mlddlines alarsvs on
nand. Trade supplied at lowest rates.
" JAMKH K. HTJBIH, Agent.
ytM Strangers and eUiaens requiring gifts
aud presents, or ;
Traveling Cases, .
j Dressing Oases,
I Traveling Bags,
1. Bkh Press Hair-pins, ,
. . . Bleh aud Beautiful Kane,
shell Uonibs,
Elegant Pocket Knives,
j Carved Pearl Card-cases,
j , , , Carved Pearl Porte-monaaies, ,
ft ' Needle Books and Cases,
furnished Portfolios,
tlttet Bracelets, Buckles aud glides, . .
' j
Stereoscopes aad Views, . .
Ladles' Bass and Porls-mannaiM.
I Ladles' Work-boxes,
' I Opsra-slasM,
Rich aud Elegant Carters,
Beantifnl Cabas, -
, Beautiful fans,
Ladles' Dressing Cases, ,
I Ladles' Writing Desks,
Parses, Scissors, Bason, Bhawl Pins, Brooches,
Bracelets, Perfumery, Bonge, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Jfoilel Powder, Hair Dye, Hair Oils, Brnehea, I'etnbs,
Fnta Doaps, Ac., should visit
-"OHM D. PARK'S Bauarof Fancy.
N. I.
corner of "jvand Walnut-streets.
FINE GOLD JEWELRY
IMPORTED.
S. W. coK Main & Fowth-sts i
Invitee the Inspection of the public to fats display
of flneOold Imported Jewelry, oomprlslrg all the
newest patterns to be found abroad, consisting of
ETRUSCAN,
ENAMELLED, .
TURQUOISE, I
GARNET.
, 1 1 ; AHETUTTST, '
r CORAL, and.
V .' . PEARL.
Full aid half-sals, Bracelets, Mecklaoee, Chains,
Chatelaines. Brooches, Kar Rings, Lockets, Boaif
Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Ac, Ac.
PINK AND 11 ED CORAL BETS)
lF' Maples.)
FULL OARNET 8ETSI : i
(From Lelpslo.)
BLACK ENABIELLRD JKWEIJRY.
ALSO MI USUAL A880BTUINT OF
Ricli Paris Fancy Articles.
t oeitw
FOR TUB CHEAPEST
HATS, CAPS & FURS
in toe eiiy, go to
delOtf No. Fiftbtreet, near Western-row.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
CALEDONIAN CLUB THE
nu.mh.ni of tha tlaladonlan (Jlilb will mast
in Hie Tap-room or the o'aldonlau Hhadi, 199 vine
street, THIS (Wednesday) KVKN1NQ, December 21,
lA'it. , de2la
IP I NTH FURS.
WE BELIEVE OUR ASSORT
MENT of eholea Fnn Is tha best in the
city. Recent arrival! of very flue liable aete make it
verr complete.
or all the cheaper gradee of Fnrs we have a great
variety, and a great many kinds of
CHILDRENS' FURS,
Suitable for holiday gifts, The; are going off at very
low prices,
Untters and Farriers,
delflf 144 Main-street.
Orrica or ths obio Ako snasisstrpi B. B. Co., 1
C'inclnnnti. November 21. 1S59. .4
(V5S-NOTICIi FOR THE CONVB
MKNOE of shlpners, the Ohio and Mlsalt-
nippi itsiiroaa vompsuy nave muioihuou kd uimuv si.
Iio si', Public Landing, where throuqh rates can be
obtatued at all titups on freiglits for Bt. Louis or
points Deyotia. t. uuuun,
urncs liirni Hiavi Kaiusoad Co.,')
Olnclnnatl, Nor. 29, 18&9. i
THE ANNUAL MEETING UP
th Htockholdsra of this Uomnmnr will be
,l7.t th. nffipj nf th. (V.niBjuiv. In tha oitv of uin
clauati, on TUE8DAT, 27th December, Inst., for the
purpose Of eieslieg twelve uinctors w nrvo iob eu
uing year, end for the traniautloo of such other
mnv b ni-Mented. 'The nolle will ba
Opened at 10 o'clock A. M. end close at 2 P. M.
ny oruer oi me ireeianne.
de8tt D. 0. A. DAVKtJPOBT, Treasurer.
KENNEDA'S MEDICAL DIS-
fmVCRV is acknowledged bv the most em-
nent physicians, and by the most careful druiglet
tliroughoat the United Status, to be the moet effectual
biood-puriner ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cure., than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt llheum, Kryslpelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by few bottle., and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
end explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated aore
legs, ana otner corrupt snu running uicers, u bit.u 1u
the pamphlet with each bottle, for sale by JOHN P.
PABK. BUIBB.KOKSTJ.W CO., and GKOBOB
M.OIXON. Price 81. eep!9-ay
OFFICE OF
THE PASSE N-
OKBEAILBOAD
UOMPAMT Or UIKUIN-
MATI.H. W. comer of Third
and Baoe-etreets. October.
16. IBM. This road is now nMn flr will ttMrt.
at intervals of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Tblrd-stVeet
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
rourth-street to smith, and on rifth-etreet to
Wood. Oitixene Will nlaaaa twu.r In mind that tha
ears will Invariably cross interacting streets before
OC1J-U
JAMK8 J. BOBBIXS, President.
Tub CiscmwiTr Okpuaw Aswvm, 1
ASYtVM, 1
r 19, 1849. i
JRS-IN
uincinnsti, ueceniDer 1
NEbsBH. EDITORS
UBipr accordance with our annnal custom, we de
sine to Invite the attention of our frlenda and the pub
lic during the approaching Holidays, to our unusually
Urge and intereitlng family. It gives us great
pleusnre to acknowledge that a generous public have
heretofore minemberea thee orphans, and have con
tributed appropriately to their eojuyiueut. May we
not, therefore, confidently rely on the continued
favor and benefactions of all who feel an intorent In
these boineleesouesentnuted toourcare. -
Donations of Clothing, Provisions and Sundrite
may be sent to the Asylum, on Klm-street, sbov
Fourteenth. Donations in money will be gratefully
received by aire. POLL0OK V) I LHON, No. 8S4 Weat
Dixin-iireet, ana ore. lit is ill J-KUBAIH-U, 221
Weat Fonrth-stniet. during the comlne week.
del9-aw
dj oruer oi tne Board or managers.
IT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST. The article that cures almost'
without fall every species of eruptions of the face
bands, or other parts of the body. Is your face die
figured with pimples or an Irritating eruption of any
kind; have yon contracted that most troublesome
disease, Barber's Itch; are yon troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; have you tny annoying,
Irritating, itching, inflamed eruption ef any kind;
go at once and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
evidence In Its favor, that will put to rest all doubts
of Its efficacy In the ours of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. Aftereoomlng sailifled that the Lotion
Is ho hnmbng, procure a bottle and use It, anil you
will be satisfied that the half bus not been said In its
favor that might he.
Price SO cents, or slx"bottlee tor J2 50.
i SOLON PALMES, Ayent.
aoan No. & West Tonrth -street
iY. M. M. X.
A8SOOIATIOU.
INDEPENDENT TICKET.
PBKBIDENT,
- Theodore Cook, .
Of Baker, Hart A Cook.
VI0B-PBB6IDKNT,
Win. C. Vanderbilt,
Of David Gibson A Co.
COHBE8PON D1NO 8BCBETABY,
, ; Wm. Stewart,
With Harrison k Hooper.
, HECORpiNO 8KUBKTABT,
' J. J. McDowell,
With Commercial Bank.
TREA8CBEB, .
H. G Hubbard,
II rith-ttreet. -DIBKOT0K8,
Wm. Crichtoii,
With Oaylord, Bon A Co.
Joseph , Woodruff,
With Pearson A Co.
John III; Wilton, ,
Of Wilson, Iggleston (Jo. '
William J. Torreiice,
With T. 8. DuianAOo.
Jos. B. Chapman,
With Wynne, Ualnes A Co
A c a mass meeting of the Independent party, sold
In the Lecture-room ol Mecbanios' ln.tltnte, on
Ttldav evening, December l, the foregoing were
unanimously nominated as the caadldatee of tut
party, to be voted for at the election. Tuesdsv. Jan
nary t, 180 JOHN W. DUDLKY, Cbalrmsu.
Jas. W.Vikios, gecretary. itolvtf
SWKBT OIDKBt-A SPLENDID ARTI
cle of Sweet Uidsr, warrantml enre, I not rooelved
"tig' 4M.ny4n.&'
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
DELAND, -GOSSAGE
& v
GUYLER,
;
West Fourth-st.
Have marked down s taige vsilety of
SEASONABLE GOODS
For Clirf.tma Preseiils,
-CONBI8TINO OK-
i ..... . .... 1 I
Embroideries and Lace Good,
Merinoes, Delaines and
.Cashmeres,
Cloaks and Shawls, : : ' ' ':
; Silks and Bobfs, .1, ,
. Gloves, Hosiery, Ac.,
FOR IW-yfliR'S DIRS!
Elegant Trimmed Lace 8eia, bnibroidered
Collar and (Sleeves, Hplaadid fa us,
Rich material for Oenla'
,. Dressing. Qowaa, .
PULTE DE CHEVRES,
KKDUOKD TO 13 CRNTtf.
They have arrauged a large variety of RKUN ANTS
npou their Anuual
CHEAP TABLES!
Which are offered much BKLOW OUST. '
' r. Ji I "i ,
DEJiAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITB PIKB'S OPIBA-HOUaB.
'v' ' iden-WThSJ
Standard Poets,
Fine Bibles, '
Portfolios and
Albums,
ca-o to
APPLEGATE & C0.'S
Xo. 13 MAIN-STREET.
. de21c1
HOI dIDAY HATS
i New Styles Soft Hats.
New Styles Feuch Casslmere HaU.
New Styles Dress Hals.
New Styles. Cloth and Plus!) Caps.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
KO. 149 UAIN-8TBBIT,
de3l '" '' ' " One door bolow fourth.'
OYSTERS
For the Holt'lays. j; :ii
253, 258, 253,
Walnut-street, Walnut-street, .
CINCINNATI.
The Ovaters sold at this Hotue are snnerlor to ani
lu this market. Prices, as usual, moderate, ...
deilftial i. TODD, Ag't for Hatch, Mann At Co,
Holiday Presents!
TOY STOVES,
Full Trimmed, , ,'
Wholesale and Retail. ' ' '
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
I NOVELTY IRON WORKS,
elj . 3S3 WE8T ?OtJRTH-8TRKBT.
tzr CaiLat :Jm
0 EAST FOETH-STREET,
FOB
Looking Cllasscs!
PICTURE FRAMES.
They are for salt at .
j ,Very Low Price'p.'1 ' 1
J. . C. . CO WPLAND,
dt-2lnwy
iMASOisrrc.'
, ' ,' Antleiit York Bite. . f
GRAND FE4T OP, OBSERVANCE,
THS APPROACHING PE3TIVAI OP
ths anniversary of Mt. lohn the Ban! 1st will be
observed by the Maaonic Kraternlty rf Cincinnati
and vicinity, on TUKUDAY EVENING, the 2;th
Inst., at 7 o'olock, in ttaaonic Hall, corner of
iniruauu naiuiu-siraeis, wueu ail ureturenln good
standing In the Fraternity an cordially aad frater
nally Invited to be preeent, and participate lo the
festivities of the occasion. '
oansa or ixsaoiun.
1st Installation of ths officers or sll the Lodgoi In
tha eltv. '
MUrand Banquet, al which a series ef regular
."M. iuui . wiuiw wpfi,,iais vu ins occasion
Will H KlfOU,
By order of the -edges. 1 : '"
,,,, HOWARD MATTHKW8,"i . ! i
' .tOHN u. 80OTT,
K, T. (OAKSOW, ICommltU.
WILLIAM LBB,
8. F. BAMS1ELMAN,
KOBQI H. WOLF.
Tickets tl.
tobehadof the Commute, and Joseph
B. Covert, Tyler.
. desilt
(S r- TODD'S s
ftff ; maqniiu noxuu . lrr.
12ft uCARX00NS;0P CHILDREN'S
JlsJV Moroooo-aeeled Boots; . '
i lao cartoons of Children's Fanoy.lieeled Boots;
,000 pairs ef Women's Pegged Uoal Boots, eu.tom-
ssads, at 79 cents a pair. I., .. H
, In ttoreaniPJliatleby , niji ' r ..l.. r. .
ii .wft,9M.Hfniilsoi!
d2iam U Pearl-ttrtet,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS..
AIIB41I OF COMPETITION!
COALrOIL LA31PS
Coiuiilele at 9 1 per Dozen, ' '
And Coal Oil at Manufacturers' Prices,
Gray, Hemingray & BrotlierB,
deJIaw . 40 EAST COLUitlBIA-ST.'
R. ' C. & CO.
NEW AND ELEGANTLY
niufltrated,'
Printed, and
Bound
BOOKS
-F(JKTH
HOLIDAYS!
i ' FOR SALE BY
; ROBERT CLARKE e CO.
THE S0N03 OF SCOTLAND.
Adapted to their appropriate Melodies, with Piano
forte accoinpaulninnts. by U. f. Qraham and
! others. Illustrated with Historical, Biographi
cal, aud Critical Notices. By Geo. F. Graham.
In three volumes, bound In etuart plaid, l'rice
' hi 24.
MOORE'S IRISH MELODIES.
With Symphonies aud acsompanimenta, by Sir John
gtuveneon. Muslin doe.; i vols.; elugantly bound
' with sppropriate .emblems, in green and gold,
rrlce t 00
., - RAPHAEL'S MADONNAS. . .
With thirteen Photograph Illnitrations of the Ma
. donnae. Kjconted in the beet style, by Hufnagel.
: The printing ie lu fine antique type, ou tinted
1 paper. Huperblr boSiod in Turkey Morocco. I
: vol. 4to. Price flJ M. -'
' GOLDSMITH'S POETICAL WORKS.
Edited, and with a Life, by Wllluiolt. Iltusl rated
i by Blrket Foster.'amlaplendidlyjrinted in colors.
Small 4to cloth, price 13, or morocco antiaue or
, gilt, $7 80.
REYNARD THE FOX.
After the Version of Ooethe. By Thomas J. Arnold,
with Ml Illustrations from thsdesisnsof Wllhelm
' Von Kaulbach. 1 rot. 8vo. kteautlfully printed.
i on the nnest tinlea paper; ciotn,giitfsi;aio
' rocco 55; morocco extra $7,
MOORE'S LALLA ROOKU. ;
With Ultiatratlons by Gnorge Thomas, Mckrraglll,
Ac. Sio cloth, price (ft, or morocco antiquo or
gilt t; M. : . -
Wc nave also on our counters the works of Froecotl.
I Irving, Bancroft, Motley, Ballam, Hume, Olb
, boo, bcott, Dickens, and all the etandurd Ameri
can, English aud French authors. In suitable
' styles of binding for Christmas and New If ear's
.;i gifts.: , . . , . . ,
, i BUNYAN'S PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
With a I'reface by Ber. 0. Klngsley, and 120 Ulustra
trations, from original designs, by Charles Ben
' tint. A m ariUtan- tin liandanma vol. in va.
I rious styles of binding; cloth $6; morocco iO;
I morocoo extra piu.
; THE WAVERLY GALLERY. '
Being a series of Engraved Illustrations of Portraits
oi unaraotere in sir nailer bcou a itomaucea,
One elegant vol. 8vo ; with three steel Engrav.
lugs, Morocco extra (and antique) rich atyls $10.
THE LOWER RHINE.
From Rotterdam to Mayenas. Decribed by HEN BY
MAYHEW, and Illustrated with 2 eteel plates
; oy jsirxei eoeier. Bmaueto. cioin, price e..
CHRISTMAS WITH THE POETS.
A collection of Songs, Carols, and Descriptive Verses
k fmiing, to m jeariTaioi unristma.9. Amoei'
, lisbed with 63 tinted illustrations by Blrket rot
ter. Vat large vol. 8vo., moat exquisitely printed.
: Morocco extra $10; oloth gilt 7 SO. .
THE RIVERS AND LAKES OF SCRIP-
.. . TURE. , . ,,,.. ....
By the Bev, H. K. Tweedle, D. D., quarto cloth.
rnce p.. .
RHYMES AND ROUNDELAYS "
In praise of a Country Llfs. Adorned with 6$ Pic
lures, dj mraet iw: email sto., ciotu,
BEATIIE'S .MlfrSTREL.' '
With S6 iltuitrattons. By hi. :et Foitor. 8niftll4to.
.ntt. i a i . a4
i UIUall fl Ib3 VI U IllVrVWU flla -
A LARGE STOCK OF JUVENILES,"'
T..lHl.n . Y. ..r U .1 . V. a I. . & K ,1
gar, Ouizot, Adams, Millock, Leslie, Mavue Reid,
Harryat, and a host of other friends of youth. Also,
an extensive and rich aaiortnient of
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS,'! :l 1
1..l. m4 Cm.. D . U .. ,. . . . .J .
Unite variety of works on Theoloar aud Science, be.
siue an auunaani variety oi
' FANCY STATIONERY ' '
Including Back-eaMmon Board., ttnaswoiid Fliak..
Papiermaone Work-boxes, ParIermache Writing
Deaks; Facer Weights. Gold Pens. Paint Boxea.
Domino, Draughts, do, .
Robert Clarke & Co.
55 West Fourth-street.
fde21a
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS-CHEAPER
thaj ever. Great sacrifice of Pianos, Melo
dcon.. Violoncellos. Violins. Guitars. Banio Htiiags.
Trimmings, Ac, during ths Holidays. Helling al
luuper cent, less mail any otner nouae iu mis iw,
end flrst-clnss inetruments at that. Do not buy en
Instrument until vou have called at No. 227 Fifth-
street, second door eaet of I'lnm, south side. -
um i ixnu at ddu.
Piano Makers, aud Dealers iu First-class Instru-
nisnts. deSI ti 1
THE BEST
I BECAUSE THE MOST USEFUL' -
CHRISTMAS GIFT
For a Lad j It one of , :
WIIjSOJST'S
j CLOAKS.
1 i
LOTH CWATa-S,
1 " At urratir Ktancea meet, as" ' ' '
WILSON'S'"'
i'.Jt , : , 78 West Fcnrth-ltreet,
VELVET CLOAKS
I ' j-. At Ocst and Less than Coat, at . .h ' ..
i -r ' '. -mi WILSON'S, I.i
, Vi. ' 78 West Foerth-street !
OPERACLOAKS,
' I KnpecUllyaJaitt'dforChrlstmuOtfts,at ,
I. ,. a , . '; ' WILSON'S. ,
78 West Foiirtb-streel ,
., ir.lv
MISSES' CLOAKS,
For Christmas Gifts, at
r. VT JJf uvuwur.i-avf
i SHAWLS,
i . At Half-price, for ChrUtmas aifts, at I- j.
i : ' !' w i :i . .:..v t (. i WILSON'S,
i I t ! ' .;.j;ii..n mi is West fonrtlt-strsel.
I -r,a un f.i'l In i '
BON'N E TS ,
Aa I Millinery i Coeds of every dwcrlptlon, t Half.
prise for Holiday Prsssnts, at ... " .;,,, ,
! WIL80K'fl,
aea . llblSMaw Weet yourth-strest.
,
-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
i,,,,,,
TO OUR PATRONS
A 4 0.1 '1
W I WOULD SAY. THAT OUR 8TOCE
nrflna Wati-haa. Jawalrv and Bllvsr Wars
sow full and complete. Thankful for the very lib-'
eral and generous patronage which has been ex-
teudeu 10 oureetauijauuivui. lurwui. iuuu .weu..
Ire yetrs, we take this method of Inviting our
friends.aud the public generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselves lu a far better condltioa
now man turuioi ,u piva ,u.. auvmt lastiuiuus
Wettg leave to call attentiou to a new article
Jewelry made from the new.mstal. Alumlnuas,
brought from Paris by one of oar firm, who has
lately returned.
Onr .tore is well supplied with valuable article.,
snitabls for presents for the approaching holiday..
The damage to our Hllver-ware Manufactory by tne
late fire la now fully repaired, and all we now neej
to keep op its vitality fa plenty of. orders, Ws are
erepand to DU the same with dispatoh, and wa
promise full satisfaction to all who may please to
favor us with their calls.
E. A D. K1N8KT, U Weet Flflh-street.
The highest price paid for old BllverOoloof all .
kinds. i . . ; uo3U-anif
BEGOS & SMTH,
' No. C West Fourtti-strett, ;:
Bering ruflttea their Store, have' filled It with the
i j i i most extenaivs assortment of -
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
SILVER WARE, FINE JEWELRY
'' -AND- . , ;
JPlNGTT goods
Ever brought to the Western country. These Goods
are HSW, selected by one of their Arm. jaet re
turned from Mew York many articles of direct Im
portation from Kurope.
Don't fail to give them a can, ifyou want a Gold
or Oliver Watch, Silver or Plated Tea Bet, Diamond
or other line ltlng, or any article usually kept In
Jewelry Stores. They now have the UK WEST and
LAKGIHT aeaortment in the city. dol8ljal-gdp
Christmas Gifts!
WE HAVE JUS r RECEIVED NEW .
GOODS by Kipran, ami onr assortment of
LADIESVFURS,
Conalitlngof
Huilsen's Day Sable i " ' "i: i .
Stone Marten)
. . Canada and Slink gable' i '
'. Fitch, Siberian. Sa.alrrel, dkc.s
Is oomplete and unusually inviting. We have a great -variety
of nice and handsome sets of
CHILDREN'S FURS.
: ALBO-Fur Otoves. Ol liars, Bobes, Fur duals, Ac,
i We invite all purchasers of ' .
CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
To call and make selections from onr stock of nsefnl
and seasonable presents, which we offer at Tew low
prices.
C. B. CAMP & cp.,' w r
deliltf . . Ner5 West Tblrdtrset.
Assignee's Sale!
li. :i
: .
GREAT BARGAINS!
t.'.'-.l .'U''
: , I .1 .,-.("
SIO.OOO IN
i ;.;,r.t ii ...(
CLOAKS!
, . r.t.,j . , , .,, . .... . i
' t... I, .... 1,
1. 1. ''
1 $10,000 In
MOURNING GOODS
1 $10,000 In1
, Dress o Trimmings!
Comprising tli entire stock cf 0. Utwhi, at ths
Bazaar, directly opposite the. Postofflce. Recollect,
ther ' '
, MUST BE SOLD!
delOtm" 1 a. O. GILBERT, Assignee. 1
I ;il . l! :. .. !. . 1
r. 1 f . ;
V, Ill
CbHstmas
! ,l , mi, - - J : , .i: : 1 . .. ii :l .: '
i-ii- .1 BUY .. .r I
yB,;pOTii:&:ei).f;
n lv:!V First Premium ;l . "
1 I i-v. )
9
WHICH, FOR DURABILITY, BBAUtY '
and slmnltaltv of oonstrnctlaa andefflclana i'v
In working, are unesinaled by any, ;,; .
deiotial :H Went Fours h.at reel.
i I '' S : 3 .i; it. l h
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
fRKAT BARGAINS IN TINE GOLD
and Hllvnr WatnliMH luid Ann .fawslrv.i-nn.la.-
ing of- , .,, . , ... , ,.-
EtroiCHu, Ooral, Lava, Pearl, Garnet and , ; ' .',,
' i Turquols, Pins, Ear-rings, Bracelets, Ac. . .a i
ALSO-A.IW as-ortmeDt or Hllver and Platsl- ',
ware,consistlngof
Tea-asts, CiisaUers,. . i'. ' i' '' j ..hi '.ieiai-
; tomtnunlov-ware, Cake-Baskets, '-' '
i ; j : Castors, Cups, Qoblets, Liquor Stands. , , . j . , )
. Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac; "
N. D.-ThS best plated Tea-sets ' cad be bought
from it to ISJ per set. Also, Silver Spoons and
low pries of 1 80 per ounce, at ' "'
! '' ' ' WM. OtVEN'S,"?'1:1
deltbw ' H. W. corner Fourth aud Main-streets. .
H. X Or- H 1"
- i. - LARD JlL. ' .
MORE LIQHTf, if t
BFRNINQ FLUID. 7 ,' , .,
-"m,.. ii MOST LIQET. ,..j:t,.:
Trfl 0 0D COAL OILl i
)' BEXTER COAL OIU ;
BEST COAT, OIL. ; V
Tot sals by
delfiaw i
010. at. DIXOK, Druggl.t,
N. JS. oor. fifth and Main-streets.
j , , ' 'I!.-. .. 1
iCtenulne Glycerine Lotion,
a n miDSTisr BV av.t xt iitvib '
il. Cures cbapped handrand roughness of (lie saint
also srometes the growth of the hair.
j 'JJS". . KjiUM, Prngslst, ' ' '
deltaw . N. K. coi . Fifth arid Main-streets. '
! Oils. -
; ' ..l-i .fi - ' !. . .i
Of BRLS. Bleaobed Castor Oil; I' Vii
JmW 10 do. Hut Oil : ,-.'....;, j mi
. I SOdo. Tannera' Oil: - . f-l'f im'- i V. I:
i, . 10 do. PnreitpeimOtlf
' , , 5 do. Olive OIL ' .
i for tale by OIO. M. DIXOJ. DroggUt, U"
deltaw M. I. nor. rifth and Main -atrests
.1
i I
Soau! Soap!
25
BOXES Candle teren rears old. rer
i iiu no. uastiie. --atoniea, - t .
Its) do. Palm, U, Hand 1; ,
'Jh An. Ponclna. " ''
iH.a general assortment of Fancy Soap, for
UUlng.
uav. oi. uuufl, uruggist,
B. M. oor. Flflli and WalH-.irfe'.,
leiiww
,". j ' Bay Bum.
K1RE3H DISTILLED BAY-ROM .VOR
sale br the bottle or SittlotiJ'
DSTAaVD SCAN LAN A IK.. Dl-nsvlale.' "
de20o
I
S. X, oor. Vourih and Main streets,

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