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T HE PR ESS.
ANDY W. JBANCI800.-. WHS CALDWELL.
.... . BD1T0SSAIMI riOFUUU.
-3n
THURKDaY..
..UECKAIBKK SW
To Advertisers.
TtoTtniwf ae atimtlaementi Is snob as
10 aultvlti Imn mlsiii Saul ta favnra 1m
"'T.!rL P?!J? T? J6"
handed In at an early nour each dat.
.., , . . ,. f . , , . .
The Holiday Rush of Advertisers.
. We have given at all tinman Abundance of
' i IreadAg Latter on t&is 'page, and will do 10
again iaafewdys,,.. Ti(,esros(ind establish
' moots advertising tn bur columns are busy as
..bees, Oupatjoni wll,plafo iuduJge aa for
allowing advertisers to orowd out news and
editorial. We will, in a short time, give oar
reade.-s our usual snioyvariety. j
Another Union Meeting.
niversary
o.1he settlement of Clno.'nnati, in
this olty", pn Monday evening, the 26th init.
This is a suitable' ocoaaion for surviving pio
neers of Kentucky,' who may be able to at
tend, to 'unite with oar . Old Folks at Some,
on this spot, where a Kentuokian was a pro
prietor of the 'town first laid out, and which
was settled by an adventurous few who left
the shores of the present town of Haysrllle,
Kj the ehUling winter winds sweeping over
the floating ice, well nigh, arresting the pro
gress of their Jwge, which reached these shore;
December .26, or as Vctf ilus said, on the
28 th, 1788. - i
Wero.are''man,y se'rVivoVs of the volunteers
; grKqntu6ky '6'ssrved,,o,mpaJgns in the
1 Indian and late wars, who made common oeuie
with Ohio, who should greet the Baekeye pio
neer again, and In tju American Cnion style
Tefresh each, other Jth .renunUbea'oea of the
(Jays of true hospitality and brotherly love.
Let there be a Union" meeting. Remember
Tort 'Washington. ' Honor the name, and
heed his farewel words, , 'Xet your Union and
. ' brotherly affection be perpetual.
' ' ' '"
The Sovereign State and the Whole
Union.
.., ,7he spirit and tendency, of. measures must
, betaken Into account by those legislating for
- thirty three- States' of tsriouk'tetefests. The
power of number mast not smother a regard
. for the minority." . '"...,'.'"
""Ihe disousslohs now "pending" in Congress
will, after aHf advance the true interest of the
whole Union: advising tbe North on entering
upon , the administration of the great funotiosB
in "their hands,'as a majority, that bold speech
' " aid Site jrp,tes will be mad by the South
not only against determinate acts of infidelity
' ' to her interests, bat to disloyal and unfrater
nal sentiments spoken'.'.', let ui be' advised by
Wiautiio fThat whatever measures have
a tendency to disBdlv the Union, or oonlri
bate to violate or lessen the sovereign aathor-
Uy, oughtto he'wndereilaaMhostile to tbo
,lDftX and Independence of Aiieriea, and the
author of them treated accordingly."
We believe Mr. CoKwm's eipositlon of the
' sentiments' of the voters of the North has satis
fied many members of the South that all par
ties in the North bordially love the Union.
CITY NEWS.
f 'J
jS9"Iadd, Webster A Co.'s sewing machine
, .jaiue mostasemi as. weaaa appropriate pres
ent for the season. 80 West Foarth-street.
EnioiDS bt Sbowhiho A Mart Tiesd ok
F iav QaiBBiu Throws Huisilf wio the
Ctaxh.A man named John Eolisberger, re
siding on Vine-street Hill, opposite Billiod's
Brewery, left his home day before yesterday
afternoon and went to Cumminsville, where,
after writing a letter to a lode to whioh he
belonged in this city, chrew himself into the
oaual and was drowned. The oiroamstahcet
connected with the affair, so far as we could
' ;;arn them, were briefly as follows:
' .. About eighteen .months ago he married a
woman who bad been divorced from her hu
'.' badibd since, then hog led quite a wretched
lifo,- He had considerable property, and her
.'.hildren, some of whom are almost adult,
causeoV him considerable trouble on this au
count, while she, hjs letter stated, seemed to
be actuated, in her union with him, more
from avarioe than love. These domeatio dif
ficulties have long weighed upon his mind
and at last became unbearable; and he deter-
ij "nedirid. himself of the- misery through
which he was compelled to 'pass by seeking
peace in a future iis. j i ? ,
He thereforo went to Cumminsville, and
, after atating his parpose . and the causes
which led him to the act, In the letter to
?W?h ire .have, referred, .h threw himieif
;, into the Miami Canal and was drowned. Cor
osar Caroy held an inquest upon the body
vesierJay afternoon, and the jury returned a
verdiot in acordanoe With the facts we have
related. - -
, iKitiiiaLE.CAgs or Dkstitutioh AMD Pasmri
'fioK A Babi Boau m 4 Makqse. A pbvi-
olan-of our asqnaintance was called upon
kboutone o'clook yesterday morning, to at-
. tnd a woman named Blira Hannas, who was
uff-.ring under the pain of maternity ,and fol
J owing bia messenger With all the haste that
was possible, he was taken to" a stable on Fifth
street, between Main and amuse,. a
' to there he found that oartorliinn ,h .i.
... . ready taken place, and the woman was lying
: upon the floor, without a particle of covering"
, v. t nw, ana eo one near to care
for her.
He aroused some persons who lived near.
vcinug uivui , turn cironmsianoes, asked
mem to taae ner m, bnt thev refused. i-Ue
then went to his residence, and from sons
, kind-hearted persons who occupy the, saiua
building procured some, bed-clolhing, ' and
with them he returned and by his endeavor?
in all probability, saved tbe woman and her
. newly-born infant from being froaen to deatb.
After making them quite as comfortable as
' the nature, of the-cue-would oermit. ha kft
thotn, tmll as soon as It could be obtained;
' iirocured a ticket of admission to' the Commer
.;:oial Hospital, ana drove .them thither, the
woman has been married, bat her hasbaad
' ' didd'aboiit three thodtUa siro. leavrflor hir
penniless and dependent, in her nnfoitaaate
condition, npon tie charity of the world
Both tbe mother and babe, thanks ta the x
OTllous of tie physfcisa, are well as conlsV be
, expoeted, and likely, iUU War to be Mm
, I'Plledtoendure the life Which has rreatfJ
them so rudely. This Is but an Isolated case
mi me aestivation with which we are sur-
rouoaea; ana although Immanlty shudders at
i - ,tn,inougat tnat, snob thinas should ocour iu
a great city, the city laughs on as If misery
tt n-ix uvwjiui'jyg lie' Junjiuiianrjl.
EI Dkscsiit Upon
Bsotaai:
k Aoout taavo'clock this: mornin a "dascent"
was made by' the Police on a temple of Venae,
on v luo-eirrui bovvs DlXtn, 01 WDloh
tbe notorious Jalia Oye is the presiding
priestess. Six of the leaser divinities were
- mkea Into onstody bui'tite chaste vestal Julia
tsmpea pat oi areerntrpoe.
" jrfi'WtiW 'to''ezamine Ladd. WAm-
Jtm VI. f. -I ..VI r L 0 m
i
CITY NEWS. LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
'a mat after tbey were sold hU ion, according to
f,"!t5fIAll.WwuU.ltlll proceeds ,aamlilir.g.
statement m that he lot over $r,SK) t w ha-
I ley's.andfSOO or $l,W0 at Sterlings, a. F Hlhler
Suit Aoaikrt a Gimblino Hopsi. S. U.
Blbler n. J. B. Whaler. This was an action on trial
before Judge Htonr to recover an amount of money
stated In tbe potition at 12.000, alleged to haTe been
lost br the son of the nlaintiff at the mmhliDf honw
I-oUIm defendant.- . Hlt.ler In hie eiamlnalloi
siatea tnatm lMcemoer. TfT, and Jannary, 1838, be
sent bitapoto(Jinotnna(l wlb sever! luad.of cattle,
among the retitnelien head of Chriiiroaa beef,
and that after tbej were sold hie son, according to
tfiatifladAtsomn l.uata. Hajt&tad th.fintlreamnntit
of hie louat Whaley at between $l,sooaod V,000.
Mr. Hterllng, on behalf of defense, testified that he
(tad seen H. play faro at several place, and that, the
alter bad borroked JflU from Mm, which be never
paid. Hibler said this money was part l SHOO which
be had lost at the eame time.
a The arsutaeut Is not through. s , 1 '
COMMON PLEAS.
Jcdohixts Smith A Gilbert vs. E. B.
Boeder and Isaac Bates. In this case, referred to In
lait report, a rerdlct was returned against Boeder as
principal and Bates as miret. for 812, 5.
Jndgmenti without tbe Int rventlmof a jnrr were
rendered afalnst tbe defendant Id the following
cases:
A. G, Borty. tbe ua. . Dumagea $4,460 67. Raw
son t. Co. ta. the same. Damages $2,T80 Lafivette
Banking Oompany ti tbe aame. Judgment for Srt.SOO.1
Biron Joios Mallo JaneDairye P. Bugera.
Thia was a prosecution under tbe bastardy act. A
verdict of guilty was returned, and a judgment for
3M entered against defendant. "
Biroai Junoi QoLitha The case of the State
against f. Nortn,on Indictment for attempting a
rape on a colored woman named Hardy, has sot yet
terminated. .. .......
1
AMUSEMENTS.
PiKi'a,0iB-0Bs. Mr. Murdoch
peateu nil cnaste, eloquent and acnolarlr imnenoaa
tion orilAMUT last nlebt, to a large and fashk
fght. to a large an
fashionable
anDear ax
audience.
To nigbt Mr. .Murdoch will
BoTer," I
PaitrooaV
the comedy. of Wj Oats. Theiarceor
lortaKUEkT will close the performance.
Natioxal-Thsatib. To-nieht is tb last?
bnt one of the engagement of Fannie Fitr. Knrrtn;
the aooomDliihed actraaa. and hap mothir. and (uav
offer an excellent entertaintnelit, , cowlsttna of
(VonAa's Pirils, in which Mrs. fan-en will appear
aa "Pauline," and the Basrace Boom, in which
t'auule peraonatei "Olarlaee,"
Woon's Thsatii. Maggie Mitobell offer
-nurht tbenlar dranatliad from Mr Houthwnrth'a
story of Thb Hn dm Hamp, and we shall expect her
Impersonation of "Capltola Black" to draw full
honeea. The performance will conclude with Tun
Laoi's SraATaGEX, in which she will also appear,.
Smith t Nixox's Hall The Arctic Patio
rama continues to draw excellent audiences. It will
be exhibited bnt three nights longer.
COVINGTON NEWS.
Cikooit Court The creator portion of the
day was occupied In tbe conclnsion of the trial of
Jeeee Maasie. for passing counterfeit muntw. The
jury, after a long time occupied in- weighing the
jeuoe.. retnrneu a reraici or -not guilty. '; too
e of The Oonimonwealth tb. Korthmuir. in which
the defendant was lndl:ted for nuiaanoe, was trM,
and a line ot'lS Inflicted. After transacting a small
amount of euully business the Court adjourned. .
Hiavt Fiks. John Easiin. for disorderly
conduct, was fined 123 by Mayor Foley, yesterday.
RIVER NEWS.
Tbe rier was at a stand all of yesterday,
and remained so last oTenlug, but the probability1 'U
that It will beglh tb decline today. There is abund
ance of water, and to spare, for boats of tbe lagest
size from here to tbe mouth.
The weather continues cold, but was low so venter
day thai on Tuesday afternoon. We have no ic
here as yet, bnt as it is floating past points less ttiau
one hundred and forty milee above, we shall, if the
present temperature continue, hare it ' before the
close oi ineweeu.
The Landing was not active yesterday, freight to
the upper parts beieg light, and those for the South
not anuuuaut. Bates are unchanged.
MARRIED.
KNIGHT BOWiAHD At the Spencer House, ou
the 20th Init,, by the Bev. 8. D. Clayton, Grant
Knight, Bi and Hiss M.J. Bowland,both of Jesas
mine County, Ky.
DIED.
,
MQ YER-On Wednesday, December 21, at K o'clock
AM, at her residence., No. U5 Longworth-street,
Mrs. Susan A. Uoyer, in tbe 61st year of her age. ,
OABDNEB-Of lung fever, December 1J, at Alle
gheny City, Pcnn., Xliiabeth Gardner, formerly of
ihis city. , : i , .
FINE COLD JEWELRI
IMPORTED.!
S. W. cor. Main &Fourtlists.,
InTltea the Inspection of the' public to his display
of Vine Gold Imported Jewelry, onmprisi' g alt the
newest patterns to be fonnd abroad, consisting of ;
ETRUSCAN, y
v?. ar a hctt i?n i
' ' j TURQUOISE,
' GARNET,
. . i. . cr .. .AMETHVST,; .
COP A I,, and
V : i. !,, PEARI.
Full aad hall-sen, Bracelets, Necklaces, Chains,
Ohalelalnss, Brooches, Ear Binge,' Locket, Scat!
Fins, Sleeve Buttons, Stnds, to., Ac.
PINK AND RED CORAL MKTHt
tff- ,11, Maples.)
PrjT.Tj OARMKT SKTSt
(from telpsic.)
BLACK feaiAMELLKD JKWKLRV.
''lALSO UT 1)80 AL ASHOBTMKNT U C -
Riclv 'Paris Fancy Articles.
' ' aen-aw
FURNISHING GOODS
-AND-
Fancys Articles for the Holidays,
, i ':mT-:
Jas. Uieliardson's,
T. .- " -J i .
' iWi WEST KOURTII-STREET,
i1a.ff " 1 1 " Bedween Riitji and Vine.
LADIES' SKIRTS!
' Corsets anil Underwear.
" Bebelved this day a very choloe assortment ot . .
Watch-spring Extensipa Skirts,
100 West Fourth-street,
.: JeWc::.'::';:'"' ' but ween, yft'k and back
; ; FOR THE CHEAPEST
LADIES? FURS
In the eltjr, to lo
Hendley's,
delOtf No. SMrirth -street, near Weetern-row,
SPECIAL JfOTICESe
JPIN E jB tJ H & !
W&isEjLIEVE OVA ASSORT.
WL- MIKI'ef eboloe Fare la the best In tbe
je Fare la the best In the
very flue Sable sets make it
city. Becent arrival
MS 01
vary nmiUMt.
vi an
the cheaper grades of Furs we bavr a 'great
vari.ty, and a great many kinds of
I '. - CHIT.nRRMtw . arrrns
.a.Mi'jlUaTiruViuiiiJiaAsrim
. .
;'.:ZTV:W
ASSOCIATION!
-By-
BEV. GEO. C. ROBINSON,
THIS EVENiNC,
Thursday, llec. 90v 1899.
' EVBBY TUB ON ITS OWN BOTTOM."
" ADMISSION... ."l-'..-'fWKNTT-rIVB CENTS.
- ..sjrrica iiiTiLa Miami Kaiuoio Oo.,l
OitjClunati, Nov. W, 18. J
(WsS-THE ATiUAl MEETING OF
IBav tbe Htoekliolden of tbls Company will be
held at tbe office of tbe Company, In the oity of Oin
ciqnati.ou IUK80AI, 37th December, Inst., for the
purpose of electing twelve Directors to serve tbe en
suing year, and for the transaction of each other
buaiueee aa may be preeented. Tbe polls will be
opened at 10 o'clock A. At. end close at i P, M. . ,,,
By order of tbe Presidont. f" ' '"lf- ' ' 1
i deStr :itt D. O. A. DAVENPORT, Treasurer.'
Orricsor TneOHiOAaDaiissiKeiprrU. H. Oo.,l
'Uinolnnati. Noyemberl. 1SS9. I
"NOTICJ-'OK THE CONVE-.
HIKNOKofshlppera, the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad Oompany hare established an Office at
ho. 46 Public Landtna. where through rates oan be
obtained at all time ou freights for Bt. Louis or
points beyond.
T. T,nimn
noam
Oeneral Freight Agent'. 1
FKICE OF TBE PASSEK
OKBHAILKOAD
tOuU'ANT OF C1NCIN
N All. ti. W. oorner of Third
and itaoe-atreeta. October.
'.V , , i """w open. Uri will start,
at interval; of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. tin'
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
6?n,,iWt!?"1 f.I'wreno.,trBet, and westward on
te U'? .'t t0?,ml n- nd 1 'ifth:street to
Wood. Ultijtens will please bear In mlndtbat the
care will invariably croaa interaeotlng streets before
stoppiust for passengers,
cia-tt JAMBS J, BOBBINS, President.
IT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST. The article that euros almost
without fail every ssjeciea" of eruptions of the faoe
bands, or other parte of the bodyj la your face dis
figared with plinplea or an irritating eruption aiany
kiwi; have yon contracted' that most troublesome
disease, Barber's Itohj are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; have yon 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 amount of
evidence in its favor, that will put to rest all double
of Itseflicacy in the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
Is no humbug, procure a bottle and nseit,and you
IU be satisfied that the half has not been said In its
favor that might be. ,, . . , ..
Price AO cents, orsix bottles for 250. .. i
- tRILON FALMKR, Agent.
Do30 No. 36 West Fourth street .
;'YM;'M.-r..::'-
ASSOCIATION.
INDEPENPEPT T ' TICKET.
Theodore Cook, -
' '' OrBaker, HartAOoosl.
VICE-PBB8IDKNT, -
Win. V. Vanderbilt,
Of Bavfd Gibson A Co. ' '
COBBE8PONC1KO SKOSETABT,
, Wm. Stewart, .
With Harrison A Hooper.
BECiBDlNG EEGBETABV,
.1. J. McDowell,
With Commercial Bank. - ... -TBEASl'BEB,.!
S. O. Uubbard,
''21 FTth-ttnet. ' .. m
. .. ... .. DIBRi'TOBS, '
Wm; Crichton,
, '. With Gaylord, Son A Oo.
Joseph . Woodriill, '
With Pearion A Co. ' '
Johu HI. Wilton, ,v .
Of Wilson, Kggltston 1 Do. ;
William J. Torrence,
WithT.S. DuganCo.'.
' Jos. II. Chapman, '
With Wynne, Halues A Uo.
At a mass meeting of the Indenmdfcht tiartv. hpM
In the Lecture-r om of Mechanics'; tnstl'ute, ou
Frldav evening. December Hi. the f'reaolna were
unanimously nominated as tne candidates of the
aarty. to he voted f.'r at the election, Tuesday. Jan
uary 3, 10, JOHN W. DUDLEr, Chairman.
jab. w. vinton, nocretary. dl9tr
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Holiday Books!
TOY BOOKS,
JUVENILE BOOKS,
ALBUMS, PORTFOLIOS, CHESS MEN,
And other Gifts for the Season, at i . . -C.
A. PARTRIDGE'S,, j '
No. 107 Main-street, above Third.
J de!2 "
FOR PSENTS
A FINE CHANCE, A3 WE ARB CLOS
INQ onLthe stock at greatly reduced nrices.
, Stereoscopic Groups,
Only Thlrty-fiT Onta.
STEREOSCOPES,
Very Fine, New Style Boxes."
Engravings, Paintings, Scc,
Neatly Framed. . "
Birds, Shell, &c., .
" ' Selsoted Expressly lor the
HOLIDAYS !
BONTE &8CX).,
d22o
184 WalnuUstreet.
Q.ENTS' FKENCH B00OTS, '
FEKNCHSnOES AND GAITERS.
.. VBENCH 8L1PPCB8,
Just received by Kipreas. . . . ...
J. H. DETIR8,
de M West Fonrth-etreet.
CHRISTMAS
TKAB.
COMBS' BUT ONCE A
TOYS! TOYS!! TOYS!!!
For the little folks, at Kibby's Notion Store, 322
Broadway, between Seventh and Sow-streets. I ani
cloning out my stock of Toys at cost. Also, my stock
in i rimming, anu nuuune at renuoeu pnoPH.
- deXiu - lafiiir A, K. KIBBT.
Tf A 80 NIC QUICK-STEP, A3
PER
A.'Jai FOKMBD tlV Mftltor'B Ranit. 1tli an
eleeaat . Uthograph of the "new . Masonic
Bnlldina.
svrlc 00 cents
JiMt- i.nlillHhfd'1
7
- .... . . ... .
68 Wm,, Konrth-ntrwK
l
al! tlst ft Bdlldays.' ,y are
NEW ADVJERTISEMENTS.
FORCED SALE
-or-
noi iEI -a Klr.CuiJ
IT
Unhcard-of Trices!
THE LEASE OF OUR STORK,, No. 76
Fonrth-street, being nearly out, we are about
to concentrate our trade al
Bo. 64 West Fourth-street,
(Second Floor,!
And tberelore offer the following JPianoat the prides 1
annexed No rarlatlon In prices, and Duthlng but
Basil will be received; . . .
Mica. SEU'OAT
18 6 ootaTeChlckerlng....! S3mj 21
a 6 .Si octave full rouud Chlckerlug... 'HO
21 67a octave' full ronnd l b lckerlng...t 3M) 2' 5
7 octave exira finished Btodarl'a.. m 2M
7 octave Htodart's, ronnd corner,. 3.' 'in
t 6J.otv8to(iri's,.rouud comer... -SaA. : 2i5
, ,1 6J4 octave Btodart's round corner,.. Stat ZV
I 6s octavbDnhham, ettra flnUh,,,. - m
I octave Dnnharo, tonnd from.... D00 i " 240
2,7 octave.now scale Dun (jam, extra 375 . 2V0
4 extra full finished 7 octaves.... 3Nt 350
I extra carved, with fretwork, 7 oc... 4M t tV
1 extra earved, with-mouldlug. 7 oc. & Ho
, 2 large round cornera.iToo. tulald..n 32.5 225
1 large round 7 octave plain 300 ' 215
4 V octaves, small round.......... MU , 185
I . - ".'. 'It fl tl0- Oil '. t)
1 Parlor Grand, Hallet 4 Camton...8SMI i $376"
LPiu-lor arand. OhlfJteriqg,.......,... m
sWJThebove will be sold at these rates until
New Years.
Terms, dtxmlx.
1 EVerj" Plario Ptallv Warranted.
smth & Nixon,
No, 64 Fourth-st., Second Floor,
Aiitl ' TO" Fourth-sirret,' First Flooiv
MLTBY' S
HOLIDAY
Ct 17) Alcj mim
UllJOsiliS
The . tJndersinel will . tie , lit. receipt,
i- i.. .- ! , per-tlie i , r
ADAMS EXPRESS, ,
Of an inexhaustible supply of
Mallby's Celekated aind tTnrivaled
CAN'.; OYSTERS,
" 'PTJT UP ESPECIALLY'
FOR THE UOL1D11S,
j i-i ... ... . i , i ,
. . -. OF THE-., -
Choicest of Oysters, ..
'.Excellent Flavor,
Superior Quality,
AND OF EXTRA , SIZE f!
Will bo warranted as fresh and sweet as when taken
i from their briny beds.
The Ne Plua Ultra of Oysters,
. , i ..... , . ., Ii.. : . , .. :
; Triple Selects, i
' ' BR ANDE D "CV'si'M."
Will be surprisingly largo, and of the most delicious
' ' flavor. j
r i
Orders left' at ,toe old established: Depot,
: No. 11 West Fifth-street,
At any time before, or on'Christmas' Day,' or during
' the Holidays, will secure every one a full supply f
- - THE FINES! BIVALVES;
Frer brought to the Queen City. Orders solloltod
and promptly filled. Don't fail to leave your ordei s
in tlnus., , , '
ROBERT ORB, Sole Agent,
d22o . - .11 West Fifth-street.
BONNETSJ.:::.
::-;BONiVETS!
-ALSO-
13
AT GREAT BARGAINS!
Flowers, r , . ,
t Teathiers, ' .
,:. Ribbons and .
3. i '..,' '
Millinery Goods,
tT AT COST. JSk
Wishing to reduce the stock, we' have mark til
down tbe piioe of Bonnets to
One Half of the Original Cost!
S.&BL0NG.
R0.106f EST FOURTH-ST.
' '- . ' . deMcl
MARSEILLES
DANCING S O I RE E
. ,!'!. a.i!
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE!,
Monday Erealna, January , ISflO.
COMMITTEE OF ABBANOEMKST8.
A. WatklnsT A. M. Dabarrls.
J. Hnmaa.
(Jattaln Perry,
William MorrU,
William Jones,
V. Htrader,
J. Kelley.
J. P. Ditcbson,'
i . ju. marsn,
R. Richardson,
P. Rebel, .
A. farkersou,
Captain Junta.
VLOOIl MANAGERS,
James WortUington,
W.O.Forrest,
P. M.fl,i,l . .
nnton rrice, ,
J.T. Kelley,
Ultchson,
H. Price,
H. W. Moore.
William Haekett, Chief,
W.T). o'rre.t,
W.8.Lowery,
P. HcOiiade, im
1. H. Rliinl.rB
F. F, Watson, AsslsUnt.
Tickets IS, (supeer tnoloded,) admitting a Gentle
man and two Ladies, which cao be procured of Mr.
Barbart-Treaenrer of the Opera house, and at all this
pnnmpaii music auiras, aim as tne uoor.
ton i i . ! 1 i, .n
rpHB LADIK9 OF TrTrJ-fmST PRES
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
IIOLIDAYESINTSi
DELAND, ; : h
GOSSAGE &
CPYLER,
til r, "o' !.
West Fourlli-st.
.i i
HaTe marked (tyyjp lwgd fartiytr of
SEASONABLE; GOODS
For Chri5tinai Presents,
-coKsiHTiiio 6V-"'"" r
' " -r-- !
Embroideries and Lace Goods,
. . Mcrlnocs, Delaines and '-"'
Cloaks and Shawls, ' . i ,
Silks and pobesJ(. J ;
- CloVes, Hosiery, tic.,
FOR MHEARf GIFTS!
Kleaaut Trimmed Laee Heta, Kmbroldered
Collars and sjleewes, Hplendld Fans, '
Rich Material for Gents'
,,,.Preasinsj09vnrf,,,.
POULT DE CHEVRES,
REDCCED TO 19 OKNTS. :
They have arranged a large variety of REM N AS ID
upon tholr Annual, , , ,.i
CHEAP TABLES!
. Which are offered much BEL0? COST.
t.l. .. . - -II . ' oSiJ
..'III ll'--
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYIER,
74 West Fourth-street.
' OPPOSITE PIKE'S 0PEHA-E0U8K.
. . Ideil-WThSJ
CHRISTMAS
BRADLEY & WEBB,
147 Maiii:street
Bavs a hu ge assortment of
WRITING DESKS,
"VVorls: Boxes
BACKGAMMON BOAUDS,
STEREOSCOPE SI
chess-boards.
, Chess and Checker Men,
C.OLD PES,
CARD CASES, PlRSEt?,
LEATHER GOODS.
PORTABLE WRITING DESK?,;
GERMAN GAMES FOR CHILDREN,
. &C. .&C. &c.i
BRADLEY & WEBB,
deiZo 11 ' l4r MAIN-STREET.
Papier-mache Goods
ii ,, j : tn ..i , 'in-,-
(. . . 1 1 .
WRITING DESKS!
Work-boxes, ... ..-.,
'- Chefia-boards,',
. Stereoscopes, &c.
.: : , A FINK ASSORT JIENT .AT
BRADLEY & WEBB'S,
deiHe ' ' 4 MAIN.HTKEF.T.
GERMAN GAMES
FOR OHILDREN.
.' ' ; , '.-;" - tt
AN CNUiUAI.lt lAKOH ASSORTMENT OK
BRADLEY tSt WEBB
dettc " J4T MAIN-STBEET.
masonic;
Ancient York Rltr, j
GRAND FEAST OF OBSERVANii:.
THE ArPROACHINa FB3TIVAL r;F
the anniversarr of Ht, John the Baptist will I
obaerved bv tbe Maaonlo Fraternltvof Olnolni'iil
and vlciulty, on TUKSDAY VNINO. the -j:
Inst., at 7. o'clock, in llasoiile Ball, cornertiuf
Tnini ana vtaiDiii-Biraeie.vinen ail Dretnnm In (!.
staSillng in the fraternity are cordially and fnyi r
nally invlieil to be prevent, and parllclpiae in ihe
IVIilVlllM til IHC VIXHIUU,
' oanaa aajtuniiavii
1st Installation of the officers ot all the lodges,
2d Omni Bananet. at which a earine of met
toaats and short addresses appropriate to ti ie ooea
win neRivou. ' , .
' By order ot the TiOdKes.
HOWARD MATTHEWS,
W. 0. MIDDLETON,
JOHN o l!OIT. i ... . .
H.T.OAnsrf!, Oommli:
urii.TituiVf . 1
V x alMldlU UBS
O. F. HANKLMAU,
UKVBUK H. VYOLV. 'J ' , ''-
Tloketejl tobehadof the UommUte, and Ju.
Pi W?W, IJICI. ... .. t . tlVjl I t
SWEET OIPEBIr-A. fiPiiENDID ART
ele of Sweet Older, warrnnU.il ngre, inet recelv
and for sale hy .1. JOHN If EKOtfsdN, Orocir.
rdeW ... ..oruurMiilliand Tlnetrewti
aTVI
OMINt. 12BRL8. PRIMB HdMINYj
aval m . Im - - - fr, L.
f. . av tsusj laivwi iw awu avm SMasO uj - . (
deaob 't'mP?OEl.;Tairdp.Er?.1;
.
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h
d
in
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TO OUE PATRONS
it ,'.t.i l VI '. ' 'I ilVO'
WE WOULD BAT THAT OUR BTOCli.
arHha WWrrhfnr'wefr a'ilfl'Hilvi.r Ware
now full aad ecairlelai-.IMiankful for the verj lib
fle year, we .laae iaia -aimnim ui iuviiiiih 'ir
frlt.nUa.aqil tie gu.bI(: genoral ly. to continue their
UvorsTMltli fiir,eles lo,.' j rar better condition
now than foimorly, to' pieaso tneir most fastidious
Weleg feaVe to'oell'tittenTfop o a new article
jewelry, made from the new metal. Alumluna,
bronht frou. Paris by one of our arm, who has
iJ. i.'sall snnalledwlth Talnable articles.
snitableforpraswM.for the approachlpg holldava.
The darnaRe to .our oiivr-wiw uaurimtiuiy vj i..
lateire.Js now fully r"Pirel,.aua nil we now need
to keep up II" vitality is plenty oi orders. We aro
prepared to fill the samo with dispatch, and we
S ramies full satisfaction to all w0 may please to
ivor ns with their ca Is.
Si. X V. SLlfsni!. I , Z4 whi e llin-airpi-i.
The highest price paid for old Oliver (Join of all
kinds. .- i f "ii noO-anil
BEGGS & SMITH,
. No. 6 West Fourth-slreel,
Ratine reltted their Htore.hare filled It with the
' ' " ' Qoat extensive ajsqrtnientbf '
Fine Gold and Silver WatcheB,
SILVER WARE, FWE JEWELRY
-t-ahj). ... ' ' a1;.
JPjSLNG'V GaVOOJDS
vei
ara
reVhrongfit't'd fiie We'sie'rn' Oodhtry. . These Oooda
a KKW, selected by one' of; their. flrm, Just r-
tnrnad from Mew TOr.
ira many aruvie. VI uirect ua-i
aortation from urone. ...
Don't rah to give then! a call, Ifyon want a Gold
or Oliver Watch, 8ilver or Plated Tea (Jpt, Dlamonit
or otner one nine, or any article , usually sent in
3
Jewelry Ktores. Ttaey now Save the KW Kni am
LAnUKn i asHoritiicnt in tne ciiy. qeiaijai-'np
Christinas Gifts
17"B HAVE JUST RKCKIVKD NEW
w OOUDSby Express, and Our assortment o
LADIES' FURS;
Oonsuitiogof
Hudson's Bny Sable)
. Stone MBi-cent
Canada suid Mink Snble '
flitch, Siberian, 8aUrrols
Is complete and nncsnally Inviting We bare a grs
variety of nice and handsome sets of " " ' .
CHILDREN'S FURS.
ALBO-Fnr Gloves, Cellars, Bobes, Tut Coats,
ii i -j We Invite all purchasers of ;
CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
To call and make Selections from our .took of use!
and seasonable presents, which we offer at vew It
prices. .. .. . ...
0. B. CAMP & CO., j
deWf " No. 9.1 Vest Thlrd-streM,
Assignee's Sale!!
GREAT BARGAINS!
i "t .... -. "
SIO.OOO IN
CLOAKS!
$io,oob in
IIODRNING GOODS
$10,000 In
Dress Trimmings!
Vl---.- !- M . .T I .
Comprising tbe entire stock of G. Lewis, at ths
Bicaar, directly opposite tbe Postofflce, Recollect,
they
MUST BE SOLD!
delOam H. O. GILBERT, Assignee.
REAT IN FIJl'E GOLD
W and Pilvnr Watches nnJ fine Jowoiry, coutlat
ing Of;;;. ; - ... .: . - ; :
JBtruicau, Coral, Lava, Pearl, flarnet and
. ' Torqunls, Pius, Ear-rings, bracelets, Ac.
AL80-A fine as-ortment of-Silver and Plated
ware, conslatlog of- r
Tea-sets, Vres, WsiilelV,
i Conimuiilon-ware, C'ake-Bsakets, if
Caetors,-CHps, Goblets, Liquor StaBds.
!.i i ... knives, lorks, Spoons', Ac .
N. H-Tbe best plated Tea-sets ' oan be bonght
from iU to 5.12 per set. Also, Silver Spoons and
Forks, warranted -equal to coin, will be sold at tbe
)ow price of f I So per ounos, at
WM. OWEN'S.
deliihw . i H. W. oorner Fourth and Main-streets.
F O R
Standard Poets, -'
' ' Fine Bibles. 1 '
i,. ......I, ..Pprtfolioand
. -x .Albums,
GO TO
fU'Ml Jtt I t'salllM I'M ilia M tl
A PPL E G AT E & C O.'S,
- i0i 43 MAIN-STREET.
f ' . (dalloj . ' '
TODD'S
ViONUM BOHUM '
;;0 Y S T E RS
. i:. ' syr the UoiMaj!. ' t
253, S 53, Q 5 3,
., i Walnut-street, Walntit'-street,
V'i 'V'''" "CINCtN'MATIJ' -
The Oysters sold at' this honse Vreeiipertor to any
In this market. Prloee, as usual, tnnilerate.
' dtiilftial J. TODD, Ag (tor II iTh, ilann A Co.
1HBJD OF CWlPETiiiOA!
COAIOIL LAMPS
Complete at 4 per trocen,
r.r '" .'IT;- f; ii f
- And Goal' Oil at' Vtanfaotniers Prloee.
I1IDAY PRBlWS,
Gray, HemLngray& Birotlierfl, '
. d3law
30 BA8T COtJVTlDlAT.
HOLIDAY HATS
I.,,,.. ! iK
sat a ,s ejat s Viss t vjatjiaw,,
v 3 J a '.tw mytee.Sott Hats.
NewWyWs Vtmth Casslmerc llats.V
-. it. 'A .. f i-llW: A... . ' X
v.
J. c. towers"$"co.,

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