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THE PRESS.
1HDT W. FBA.N0I800. JOBN 0. OA LD WELL.
ID ITORS AND PBOMU. T"M.
FRIDAY...
.OKCliMHKR a
Death of Thomas De Quincey.
By the arrival of the last steamer, tho death
of one of tbe moit dlstinguithed thinker and
writers of tha lima, Tioiua Da Qoucit, beat
known, perhaps, by hit Oonemon of an En
jlu Opium Exitr, aa anaounoed to tho world,
tho literary part of which can ill-miUin his
lot.
Of the purely analytic minds of tho ago,
Di Qcinoit'b wm, peradventure, tho first; bat
from a poouliar temperament, somewhat akin
to that of Colibidos, ha has noTor produced a
truly complete work. Ho dearly Joyed to
write in fragments, and these are among the
best of their kind; bat tbe possibilities of his
profound intellect and bis rery broad cultiva
tion he never revealed In substantial form. His
greatest grta'tnesi. if we may so apeak, is his
suggestivenesi: for in his powerful pages we
see how eapable he Is of doing more than he
ever has done
Di Quixckt was probably one of the best,
it may be the beat of 8 reek scholars, sinoe
he alone of all men on British soil oonld have
addressed, had oeoaslon required, his fellow
countrymen, in the language of Dbmob
thikcj. But after all what is fame T The telegraph
annonnoet through tbe columns of last even
tog's Times, that "Dr. Qcikcit, the opium
eater, is dead."
Still, to those who bave read Di Qoiict,
und hung in rapture over his Inspired pages,
he is all that he sought to be; for sympathy
revMtls to the mind of the scholar the creative
that lies uncreated in the outward form.
CITY NEWS.
COLUMOH OR TBI LlTTLS MllMt RalLIOlD.
A down freight train, heavily laden with hog,
from the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad,
and an up train belonging to the Oinoinnati,
Wilmington and Zanesville road, eame in col
lision yesterday about one o'olook, at Pendle
ton, three miles above the city, and did con
siderable damage to both the train) and their
freight, though, luckily, no person was in
jured. We are not advised of the circumstan
ces that led to the accident, but learn tht
tho loss will reaoh $1,500 or $2,001).
A Locomotive and a oouple of cars belonging
to one of the trains, were almost wholly
wrecked, and a number of hogs were killed
and others badly injured. These trains use
tbe road la common with those upon the Little
Miami Railroad, and it is thought, although
no one seemed to be able to give a satisfactory
aocouut of tbe matter, that the mistake oo
ourred by the delay of one of the trains in
ooncequence of tbe fall of snow. -
Whjcemcb A Wilson's Siwing Machines.
Of all articles of use or ornament, .suitable
for holiday gifts, we know of none more ap
propriate aa a present from a husband to his
wife than a sewing machine, and from all the
great variety offered, we can safely say that
those who purchase the above mentioned one
will never regret it. We have used one for
nearly two years in our family, and have beeu
led to regard it as an indispensible attache to
tbe household outfit in fact now only wonder
how tbe domestic affairs were ever admin
istered without it. The work of this machine
is unexceptionable; it is simple in construc
tion, easily managed, and altogether partic
ularly adapted to family sewing. Read te
tiaionials in advertisement on first page.
Tbi Liti Charoc ok Assault Against a
PolicsuiN. James franklin, the policeman
who was charged before Justice Bell, a few
days ago, with assaulting Henry Holtkamp, a
teamster, was examined yesterday, and held
to bail in the sum of $100 for his appearance
at the next term of the Court of Common Pleas.
Franklin, it will be remembered, dragged the
teamster from his hone and arrested him upon
a charge of obstructing the traok of the Cin
cinnati Street Railroad Company while be was
driving down Western-row. The street was
quite ioy, and Holtkamp asserts that it was
impossible for him to leave the track without
endangering his vehicle or tbe lives of his
horses.
Kxcblsiob Coal Oils. As a contestant for
publio patronage in the sale of burning and
lubricstingoils, the Kanawha Company, whose
head quarters are at No. 97 Walnut-street,
Cincinnati, are fully confident of success.
Read their oard and make a trial by a pur
abase.. Mr. A. 6. Hodges Is Treasurer of the
Company, and being a methodical business
man, orders sent his agency, it may be confi
dently relied upon, will be filled as satifac
torily as if the purchase was made in person.
He is the proprietor of the Frankfort Com
monwealth, Ky., and has been its oonductor
or many years.
Fair of tbi Sistibs or Mbbov. The Fair
for tbe benefit ef the Sisters of Mercy, at the
Melodeon Hall, is progressing admirably. It
has been well attended thus far, and, from
appearances, seems to be likely to produce a
large sum, which they intend to devote to the
benevolent object of purchasing a piece of
property upon which to found an institute,
that they may he the better able to oare for
those who seek their protection. The purpose
is a noble one, and. their endeavors deserve
the approval find support of all classes of elt
Iieni. Bubnrt Hovsi Saloon. This saloon and
restaurant,oonducted upon the Eastern method,
is meeting success commensurate with Wil
kerson's endeavors to please. Susiness men
can there have all kinds of game, fish, 4c,
rerved at a moment's warning, and in a style
that the most fastidious epicures can not com
plain of.
Display or Show Miat. A numbe of our
butcher's paraded the streets yesterday in
wagons, with large quantities of show meat,
comprising every thing in tbis line that people
eat, from bears to beeves. Tho display will
take place to-morrrow at the Lower Market,
and thus far promises to be very fine.
Canistib Distribution. To-day Pendery
A Co., north-west eorner of Fifth and Walnnt,
will begin to distribute among their patrons
two thousand tea canisters. The distribution
will be continued nntil the whole number has
been distributed. Don't be too late.
Bcin Housk BaTH-RooMS-Slnee the re
fitting of the above bath-rooms, their patros
nge has steadily increaaed, so that at present
they are visited to a greater extent than an;
other ertablishment in the city. .,.( ... .
Christmas Gipts Maltst's Otstim. If
you want to be happy and make your friends
comfortable and happy daring Christmas, send
them a can of Maltby'i holiday oysters.
nnppiuess is sure 10 loiiow.
Bow 11 ITS. Bargains in fashionable milli
nery are offored at No. 108 West Fourth-street,
at tbe store of 6. H. Blong. The stock is be
ing sold at cost, as will be seen by rotieo In
anotner oommn.
T.tk I rrva t t A fai-CTA IUMhn..i .1 I...
I reused dolls, jewelry, Ac, suitable for Christ
mas gifts, can be found at the North-east
e-irner of Fifth and Smith-streets.
Pianos. A rare chance to buy a piano at
loty figures is now offered1 by Smith Nixon.
See advertisement " ' ' ,'. '
Holiday Gifts f bat cam) ArfkielATls.
A can of Maltby'i justly celebrated Baltimore
oiters.
AMUSEMENTS.
Fist's OrssA lijiss. John O'Keefe's lively
comedrnf Wild Oats, with Mr. Mnr4oelin HBovart"
dr quite a larg andince loth Oiwra-liouse last
night, and If wh uuy mixi from tli'-lr demonalra
ilonsdelitibtcdlt fiuoienMly. - Toufght Mr. M.tnkes
a Iwnetttaud anaonnces Huoro's tbrillinuplayof the
(itMKSTEa. The "Beverly" of Mr. Murdock, like all
his impersonations, is chaste and scholarly, and as
we renioraber it, one of tho most thrilling we have
ever seen. The performance clotes with Shakspeare's
capital, thoiiKk uu gallant comedy of TamikO tki
Shrew, iu which the beueficiaris will appear as "i'e
truchlo." . ' ',
Wood's Thiatir. The pretty, petite and
piquant blonde, Magfie Hitched, still shines from
the dramatio Armament at Wood's, and charms
nightly with her Inster large crowds or her admirers
To nlsbtshe takes a farewell benefit, and aa she Is at
the meridian offeror with thebabltuoa of tbis es
tablishment, she will, of course, be complimented
with a fujl house. Tni Hiddm Band and Tin
jrsKaca srv, in bctu ef wnlcn she will appear, con
stitute tbe evening's entertainment, and form a bill
of considerable mag netlo power. '
National Thiatir, The smallest audience
we ever witnessed at this Theater, we regret to say,
was present last vonltig to see .Mrs. Farren and her
dananter Fannie Fitz, in the play of Woman's fKaii,s
ami the enmodr of Tus Babbaok Boom.
Tbe fair Fannie, whom we saw for the flrat time,
Is clever and promising, aod meals whatehe may be
more than she etlncee present ability. Like all
young artistes, she la orttde and uneven, and yet she
does some things capitally, and ie a rery natural In
her act at times that we oan withold our admiration
of her.
We look to see her a distinguished eommedienne
at no distant day, unless she be spoiled by her
mother's teachings.
This evening la set apart for Mrs. Tama's benefit,
thelait of her engagement, and we hope she and her
daughter will bare a better house.
bMiTa & Nixon's Hall The Arotio Pano
rama which is still on exhibition at Smith A Nixon's
Ball, continues to draw fine audiences. It will with
draw after this week, so that all wno desire to wit
ness this excellent painting, will be compelled to do
so immediately. The historic Internet which sur
rounds tbe scenos it represents, together with its at
traction as a work of art. render it worthy a vitit
from all who read Dr. Kane s narrative of bis expe
dition to the Polar tea.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Tbi Firrt Fbivuiois. Wiggins vs. Good.
A lengthened opinion was delivered by Judge Storer
in tbis case a controversy in relation to tbe wharf
property between Broadway and Main-Street and
a certain interest owned by the parties in tbe
ferry-boats.
It Is ordered that tbe Commissioners heretofore
appointed shall report to tbis Conn ti e value of the
eutire property now owned by the parties connected
with this ferry. It ia admitted no portion it susotp
libleof division, and it is, therefore, decreed an es
timate should be plaoed upon all.
When the valuation is returned, either party, if
the other conseuts, may take the whole at a valua
tion, and fir the moiety ol tbe purchase money iliu
to the otber, ahtll pay one-rifth csbu one fifth iu
sixth months, one-filth ib twelve UHnth,cue-ftf!li
in eighteen months, and one-tilth in twenti-lour
months, with six pr cent interval on deferred pay
ments. If the parties can not agree that either (ball
take, then they may bid against each otber, and he
who shall bid tlie largest sum ovr tha valuation
may take the properly uu the same terms jf to caeti,
credit and security. If uosuch l id lsuiada. tbe pro
perty may be old on the terms above described.
Uiblerva. Wluiley Mr. Mare addressed the Jury
for defense, and 11 r. Httrroa lor pl.iiutifT
A sealed verdict will be returord this morning.
Bl'ILDISO a iiiCI 1'BACK. Johu Clitic)' VS. T. J.
Stephens, This an action tried before Jutce
Spencer to recover a balauce of about ?HV altece-l t
oe due on a contract for building the r.icv track rear
Carthago, aud liU'i for extra work. The dfeudi.l
ii, listed that no extra work vai done. 'e a lius :
ted that the falancn was due o lb original
contract, but claimed that the plain -ia' baa not com
pleted the work within the time agreed 01,; I list he
ielayed it lor u period -f ue.irly two luoume, tbe de
fendant thereby sustaining damage at the r.teol
St,tHj . a month, which he set off ae.tinst the baian
UH, and clitimtd tor"Ver the different.,
lu reply it waanrperl, on th pirt of the p'.aititifl.
that the delay fo tiui h the work wu ncoas.oned by a
uon-coiiipliattceby tlied"rennaiit to p-ifonn Ins con
tract in lolaliuu to meotiiig his pavuituls.
Several witne-uea culled by the defendant testified
that they would bave yii-u for the use of the track
during the time of the delay at the rule of from Si:)
tol,i a 11 lb. The Jury returned a verdict for
plaintiff tortus.
COMMON PLEAS.
Osiminal BirsiNuss Tbe State vs. J:uiif
Morton. Tbe defendant vtrn found guilty of attempt
ing ti commit a rape cm a coloted Woman named
Hardy.
TThe sale of Mr. To man's large an. I
jplenJid collection of paintings, whioh are
now on view it Pike's Opera Building, will
commence tbis afternoon at twit 0 clock, and
will be continued in tbe evenihg at seven
o'olook under the direction of Mr. Graff. It
is confldentally believed that tbis, as a whole,
has nut been surpassed in beauty, merit ur
value by any collection of modern paintings
nitnerto ottered tor sale in tnis city. 10 tnoo
who are looking far beautiful and appropriate
gifts for the holidays now at hnnd, or a fine
picture wnerewun to adorn the library or
drawing room, the present sale will afford an
unequalled oportunity. The gallery will be
open to visitors until tbe time of sale.
MARRIED.
ranRIVGTON-BARNES.-OnWedneadaymorn.
ing, December 21, by tha Key. H 8. Oelvills, in the
Methodist EoiH-onal Church. Brooklyn, camnbell
County, Kentucky, Mr. Homer C. Farrington and
[Charge Enquirer.]
DIED.
PARR On tbe Ki inst.. of inflamatlon of the
brain, Elizabeth Ann, daughter of John C. aud
Emily Parr, aged 19 month".
The friends of the family are Invited to attend the
funeral this afternoon at 2'clock, at 654 fifth-street.
FINE GOLD JEWELRY
IMPORTED.
wm. mm mum
S. W. cor. Main & Fourtfa-sts ,
Invitee the Inspection of the pnbllo to his display
ot Kino Gold Imported Jewelry, oomprljlug all tbe
newest patterns to be found abroad, consisting of
ETRUSCAN,
ENAMEIXED,
TUKQJJOISE,
GARNET,
AMETHYST,
COH aud
PEARl.
Full sad half-sets, Uraoelsts, Kecklaoss, Chains,
Olaatelainea, Brooches, Eat Blngs, Lockets, Scarf
Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, 4c, Ac.
PINK AND RED COHAI. SETS;
(F' ,m Naples.)
FULL OARNET HKTSt
(From Let pule.)
BLACK ENAMELLED JEWELRY.
:AL80 MY USUAL AB90BTMKNT OF
Rich Paris Fancy Articles.
del7-aw
FURNISHING GOODS
-ANP-
Fancy Articles for thf Holidays,
-AT-
Jas. Richardson's,
lOO WEST FOURTH-STREET,
d?l-e Between Race and Vine.
LADIES' SKIRTS!
Corsets and Underwear.
! Itecelvedthlsday a very choice imortiuent of
: Watch-spring FAtension Skirts,
RICHARD SON'S,
100 West Fourth-street,
d21e
BKTWKEK VINE AND DACE.
KOH THE CHEAPEST
LADIES' PURS
In tbe elty, go to
HencHey's,
detotf No. a62lftb-street,iier Western-row.
0f9THE MEMBEHM OK
EftS? CINHATI BNOAtdPMENT ...
Nil 21. 1. II n. V.. nr.. M.,nutul tn .
CIN
atlond aregniar mretinit tnis Krlday -
evenlnaj, December 23d, at "'clock. '5,ifM
of duea. By order.
dpJJ W, M. HCBBKLL, scribe.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
OUR OFFICE WILL BE
closed on MONDAY. 26th inst. Persons
wliuee notes mature on that day will please attend to
them on Saturday. 21 tn, laejapj K. 4 UU
PINE FTJRSi
WE BELIEVE OUR ASSORT
MENT of choice Furs Is the best In the
city Recent arrivals of very noe oable sets make it
very complete.
Of all the cheaper grades of Furs we heTS a great
variety, and a great many kinds of . . .
CHILDHENS' KUR9,
Suitable for holiday gifts. They are going off at very
low prices.
DODD&CO.t
' Batter and Furriers,
dsWf 144 Main-street,
I. O. O. F. THE OFFICERS
and Members of MAHKE-
UttAB ENCAMPMENT. No. .12. are !-iiS'-.
hereby notified to attend a Bcxolar jSLJgvi
Moeting of tho Encampment, THIS -Xf7.1ir
IFrllnvl V.VKMNU.Ttoo. 23.lt58.at7 -ftV
o'clock, for the election of officers and payment of
ties. itieicio-j w. r. pwaifltoormq
1X11 AS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST. The article that oures almost
without fall every species of eruptions of the face
bands, or otber parts of the body. Is your lace dis
figured with pimple or an Irritating eruption of any
kind; have you contracted that most troublesome
disease, Barber's Itch; are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; have you any annoying,
irritating, Itching, Infl iraed 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 doubts
of ita efficacy In the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
is no humbug, procure a bottle and use It, and yon
will be satisfied that the half has not been said in Its
favor that might be.
Price 90 cente, or six bottles for $3 50.
SOLON PALMES, Agent,
now Ko. Wast Fourth-street.
times ov tie Ohio aid Jdiasiasirri B. B Co.,
I IDClUDMUt nDtfiUllifr awaits.
KOTICE-FOR THECOMV
inncinnan, novemner si, iej.
IVE-
NIVSK of hinoera. tbe Ohio and Minis.
aippi Kailmad Company bave established an Office at
No 46 Public Lauding, where tbrouah rates can be
obtatued at all times on freights for St. Lonia or
points beyond. T. LOI GU,
de7am General Freight Agent.
I'rrics Lirvn MiAm KAii-aoaB Co.,1
Cincinnati, Kcv. IN.ISW. J
AiaTHC WM'AI- MEETING OF
aSsS" the tr. It holders of this Company will be
bpia at tberlVr . f tlie I'ompauy.in lb city of Ctn
clnnati. on II aSD.Vi , JTth liecembar, init., for the
porpoe of electiuc twelve Plrector to serve the en
cuing rear, and f r the tranaactinn of such other
bnsinees ai may be preaeotitl. The polls will be
opened at 10 o cl ck A. l and cloee at 2 P. M.
Br order of the l'rident.
u,:t D Q. A. liAVKyrOttr. Treasurer.
Y. M. M. L. ASSOCIATION.
RALLY ! RALLY!
INDEPENDENTS!
(V-AM. MEMBERS OK THE
rftST ISr'KPENrEST TaKTY rs rjTitt
to lui- t in the l '.ur B.va f Its JlerfcAiK' 1.
nti.t. THIS km- V.Sl.Vu, at ti d'cMotk.
V larye attenitauc i revTie'.nl.
Bv cruer f the Vmuitt. deaa
i. JL JL UMIATIOS.
T A MASS MEETI G OtV
THE INPEPFSPKNT. bel.1 l tbe Me-
:ii,.u.c.' In-tiiu-eca Monnav eveniig le.tnil-er lis
the folluaiii i,anie of pi-reon ere n.(i-1, and
they are reepe tlul y re sied to act u ili'Jillif
totiiniittee Utiiing tnecampaogn :
James U. Laws,
G Brast9s. .ir..
iv. si. w.-Himm,
11 II GadJis,
A. Torreii-H,
A. B. Kiittoiman,
J cm Wri.lu,
J. Wtera,
W. M White,
J. I,. McDonald,
I B. Wlnta.
Thoniaa S. Itoyuo,
O. W. tin lurd,
T. B till" in ,
W. M. McOrew,
Frank Davis,
W. U. Laws,
Wm McUougal,
Jas. O. ladings,
Ueo. W. Jones,
W . t;ubrBer,
I). Gresory,
Tom WnnD,
G. W. ffraier,
Maisr all J
W tu. M Cars.
E. . Ma4-r n,
i. 11 Vilnrton.
Stephen K Bunco,
Ja . B Tbtnpson,
J no. L. Pub,
Ch Corwau.
pben Att.arn,
Ben. tir:-n,
Tim. Hntcarl,
E. D eanndsra,
J. H. Lenta )t.,
Geo. 8. Blown,
J. E. Hlnks,
Henry W. Sage,
A. N. backett,
J. SI. olbcrtacn,
W. O. Haskine,
. L. Tfaomas,
i. A. Ulddl'ton,
Frank Morris,
U. C. Woodnutt,
r rank juongias,
ito. V. Meyers,
T. M. M. L.
ASSOCIATION!
Lecture
BY
REV. GEO. C. ROBINSON,
THURSDAY EVENING,
Dec. 99, 1859.
1 KVEBT TUB ON ITS OWN BOTIOM."
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
ADMISSION..
TWENTY-FrVE CENT8.
de32ttj
Y. M. M. Uu
ASSOCIATION.
INDEPENDENT TICKET.
I'BKSIDKNT,
Theodore Cook,
Of Baker, Hart A Oook.
VICE-PRESIDENT,
r... tit -...iB.K;ie
aaa. .aaaiiva will.
Of David Gibson A Oo.
(JORRKSPONDIMO 8BOBETABY,
Win. Stewart,
With Harrison A Hooper.
RKOOEDING 8K0KGTABY.
J. J. IflcDowcll,
With Commercial Bank.
TBEASUItKR,
Ci. Hubbard,
21 ri'th-strect.
DIUEOTOH8,
Win. Crichton,
With Oaylord, Bon A Co.
.Joseph . Woodruil,
With Pearion A Co.;
.Folm AVilson,
Of Wilson, Kgglenton tc Co.
Wi in J. Torrciicc, .
With T. 8. DaganACo.
Jon. II. Chapman,
With Wynne, Haines A Co.
A 1 a mase mooting ot the Independent party, held
In the Lecture-room of Mechauica' institute, on
Friday evening, December lf, the foregoing were
unanimously nominated as tne candidates of tbe
party, tu lie votea tr at tno (Mention, inesaay, J an
uary3, 1,V( JOHN W, VVDLK.Y, Cbairnian.
Jab. A'. Vinton, Secretary. delUtf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Fine Cbiistmis and New Year's
flHK UKDERSIONED HAS A FINE
wilecttoa of CM "I'd ' octave Plaoos on hand, of
which every tine wouia maae a very nanasomo pres
ent for tlio coming Holidays. He will anil ut a low
price, and on oasv terms; half cash, and bslauce on
time, lie also repairs, tunes, ami rebuffs Piauos on
roasonnuic terms. juun niti 1 1 int..
Piano MHker.rKnal-st.. second diMirfrom Vina.
P. ti. my friends, and the publio In general, are
hereby Informed tiiat I am not iu buttinees counoo
tlon with tbe house of Brittlng A Brother, on Klflb
tt set, and my respective enstomera will therefore
can at. my oiq piece on venai-sireei, near vine,
de23W t. M
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MALT BY!S
HOLIDAY
The Underiignerl will be In receipt,
per the
ADAMS EXPRESS,
Of an iuexhaujtible supplj of
Maltby's Celebrated and Unrivaled
CAN OYSTERS,
PUT VP ESPECIALLY
FOR XnE HOLIDAYS
OF THE
Choicest of Oysters,
Excellent Flavor,
Superior Quality,
AND OF EXTRA SIZE ;
Tl; ts vrarrantod ae fresh and saetB,vtben taken J
frfm their briny beds.
The rVe Plin Ultra of Oysteri.
Triple Selects,
BRANDED "C. S. M."
Will be enrprUinajly largo, and of the most deliclotil
flavor.
Orders left at the old esUblisbod Depot,
No-llWestrifth-street,
At any time before, or on Christmas Day, or during
the Holidays, will secure every one a full supply of
THE FIKESI BIVALVES
Tver brought to the Queen City. Orders solicited
and promptly filled. Don't fail to leave your ordeia
in time.
ROBERT ORR, Sole Agent,
deSIo
11 Wert Firth-street.
BOAXETS!
BONNETS!
BONNETS!
-AISO-
AT GREAT BARGAINS!
Flowers,
Feathers,
Ribbons and
Millinery Goods,
iAT COST.
Wishing to rednce tbe stock, vre buve mar kid
down tbe price ot Bonnets to
One naif of the Original Cost!
S. H. BLONG,
N0.106WEST FOURTH-ST.
le23cj
Excelsior
PARAFFINE OILS!
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Oll'enalve Odor, at
NO- 97
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O.
WE INVITE A OOMPARATINE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
In America.
W We warrant onrOila to be equal, If not stipe
riorjto any in the mat ket.
aKsT We invite those in the city and vicinity to
call aod examine for themselves,
afcay- Ko nersons ordering from a dlstanre. satis.
faction guaranteed in all cases. Address
V. K. HAHKJN, Agent, or I
A. G. HUDGBn, Treaanrer,
Kanawha C. 0. Si. Oil Man. Co.,
de23 91 Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
CHRISTMAS DINNER
FOR THE EKT1IEL CHILDREN.
riUE OFFICERS AND TEACHERS OF
M. the Bethel Babtiath School design getting una
Cnrlbtoias Dlunnr for the children under their
oharge, on MONDAY, December 26. They expect to
nave lour nunureu to nve nunoreu cnuaren to pro
vide for, which, of cotiree, will require a large sup
ply of the thing necessary to the enjovment of such
an occasion. In view of (lie fact, wo have thought
It well lo solicit from tbe Irleuda of our school such
donations of provisions, cake i, candies, Ac., as thoy
may feel disposed to ive, and we assure them they
Dave It in meir power toauo, to tne enjoymom oi a
class of children, many of whom frequently lack tbe
common necessaries of life.
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