BATUJtDAV-- DECEMBER. 34
'Alt annlvwsejrfei are proltffo of reaolleotioni
their ererj return awakening ' memories
vents bora ilnee their previous eemmemora
tlom. Of all days, Chriitmai as the most Im
presses, the worthiest an4 tba best, deserves
an observance) of some sort from ell. ,
, One need not be a ChriUft Injjui.'ardinary
understanding of the term, to weloome, to love
and, rererenot Christmas end ) sympathize in
soul with the recorded saorifioe It was designed
to make memorable. There is a higher oreed
than dogmas yield, a nobler faith than refers
to fast. -
Calvary stands for the cause of right and
truth and good, the offering of love, the Im
molation of self for others, and though the
oruoiBxlon were fable, its influence would
not be lost. '
Were the good Jesus a myth alone, his
written life would be a record of glory and a
model for imitation. God or man or lotion,
he shines more resplendent on the eross than
the proudest Emperor on his throne. No epio
has snob, a hero; no blind bard of Solo could
so thrill os with his song as does the reading
of that suffering and that saorifioe.
From every point of view -His life was beau
tiful, Bis death ublimeat of the sublime. No
one, be he saint or sinner, believer Or infidel,
who does not love him. Every true man,
every hero, every gentleman imitates, though
never so remotely, that bright example, aud
4 as be approaches its greatness, is, in proportion,
On Christmas it behooves us all to do some
thing worthy of Him, because worthy of our
selves. . It may not be wuoh, bat the least is
earnest of slneerity, of a spirit struggling
toward the good, of an aspiration in the soul.
The truest approval of the outward is the
Inward conformity; the bast token of appre
ciation, the harmonious thought. , We are
weak and erring all, and little is expsoted of
us; bnt if we rise above ourselves we, in so far,
are god-like as we are bnt human In oar fall.
. Many Christmases have come a thousand
it may seem, in this sad and shadowed world,
Sisyphian struggle with our destiny and none
may have brought peace or comfort or resig
nation even. We may have seen, and doubt
less have, the few dear props on which we
leaned give way, the few fond joys depart that
made oar only Heaven, as the years orept by;
but still it is noble to struggle and pleasant to
believe we are better than we were born.
There is a spiritual pride in this, and a oomo
lat ion even without hope of reward.
fie true to thyself, all Nature teaches; be
thy own doer and Uty own prophet, and thy
exalted heart will sing hymns to thee such as
no temple-walls ever eohoed. ' Recall the
past and its glory, and live the truer for thy
suffering, and though thou be wretched, thou
oan'st not be degraded below the level Nature
and Destiny have assigned thee for a purpose
we may not divine.
Christmas. CITY NEWS.
Probable Murder in a Bagnio—Young
and Handsome Lorette Shot by a
About seven 6'clock, yesterday evening, a
man named Alonzo Tappin, who resides in
Newport, and is a pilot on the steamboat
Alma, went to a bagnio on .Lodge-street, kept
by a woman named Matilda Noble, with whom
he had an engagement to go sleighing, He
had no vehicle, however, and was somewhat
intoxicated sufficient apparently to render
The woman was in her room is the aot of
dressing herself, when he entered, and draw
ing a revolver, he said he intended to shoot her
lorer. She replied, in a jocular tone, that it
would be diffioult to do, as she did not happen
to have any such incumbrance, although at
the same time, she was considerably alarmed
at his appearance, for ho pointed the pistol
toward her, and she was fearful that he in
intended her some bodily harm.
At this moment a young and handsome
girl,named Clara Thompion, an inmate of the
establishment, entered the room and was in
formed by Matilda, that "Alon" was going to
shoot her. Clara replied, "Pshaw, he wouldn't
shoot anybody," at the same time playfully
kioking the pistol, which he still held in his
Ho then deliberately pointed the weapon
toward the new-oomer, Clara, and fired, ihe
ball taking offeot in the right side of the un
fortunate girl. She fell to the floor, crying
out that she was killed, while Tappin, seating
hiinielf npon a chair, coolly placed the re
volver in his pooket. Clara then arose and
rushed down stairs, but was immediately fol
lowed by Matilda, who conveyed her to her
room, during which .time Toppin left the
hon;e find made his escape.
A pbysioian was Instantly summoned, who
probed the wound, but failed to find the ball.
The injury is a severe one, and, as the in
ternal hemorrhage, at latest accounts, was
very great, It is not at all probable the girl
POLICI COUET FlXiLSJ OF IH1 LiTg Ci8 OF
Kiipiho a Disbifutabli House. There were
eighteen oases before Judge Lowe, yesterday,
bat none of them was of sufficient importance
for publication, save, perhaps, one, the chtrgo
against Annie Richmond, for harboring wo
men of elastic chastity. This case, it will be
remembered, was examined before a jury on
Tuesday last, but they were unable to agree
Another jury was impanneled yesterday,
and after a careful hearing of the testimony
and a very short absence, returned a vsrdiot
of guilty as charged in the indictment. A
motion was made for a new trial, upon the
ground that the jury had been illegally im
(innneled, but this was overruled by the Judge,
who sentenced the defendant to undergo an im
prisonment of twenty days in the City Prison
and psy a fins of $5u and the costs of prose
Maw Roj Ovib iid Seriously, Pbobabuy
Fatallv, Injcbkd. Some horses attached to a
beer-wagon ran away yesterday morning.oear
the corner of Seventh and Mound-streets, wheii
the driver, whose name we were unable to
learn, leaped from his seat, and, overtaking,
placed himself In front of the animals, think
ing that he would be able, by throwing up
his hands and shouting, to stop them. Ills
demonstrations, however, failed in their pur
pose, and the horses dashed against and kicked
him down, while the wheels of the vehicle to
which they were attached, passed diredtly over
. face, breaking his jaw, and crushing his head
iu a horrible manne-. He was taken to bis
residence, near Binckenatein's Garden, wholly
senseless, and with but little hope of ultimate
recovery from his wounds.
Holiday Otstirs The ohief advantage of
oysters over other food is that out does not
weary of them, eat them as much as he may.
Especially is this true of Maltby's Balti
more oysters, sold in each profusion and
perfection by Robert Orr, No. 11 West
Fifth-street. We have , lived on bi
vslres more then half our life, but
until we ate those Malt by brings to this mar
n4 80 Jeo.B't Idea of theexcelleneo
of the artiele. Orr can be depended on; be
never sells an oyster that is not fresh, julov,
rich, fat and luscious, and all epicures should
the choicest of food. 4 , '
- "m ii 3 ."
Pmoai.. John S. Toof, Esq., the ellv
editor of the Memhls Bulletin! was In the eit
yesterday, In cimpany with one of the dark
eved daufhtars of nnr ititufl.i. i
, - , . . - . wuum ov
had married in Louisville. The life of
journalist reeas mucn to make It bearable
but, we doubt not, the smiles and kisses of his
KAvlv.mad. li-.rtA bIII II. . . .
j im I... v.wtvii uib, aaa inns
enable him to endure its ills. May not even
iud mnmiow oi sorrow lau across in pathway
t.f this itAiin! . K.l .1. - ..-
upoe their anion remain forever in their heart.
1fl I..J 1 1. ... .11 Y-1 . - .V 1 M I . . . . '
et of wtdds J Mortal, i
New vo thi Oixoihsmti Stisst Rail
road. The Cincinnati Street-Railroad Com
pany, yesterday, received a new ear from
Philadelphia, which is a great Improvement
upon those heretofore used in this city. The
wheels are higher, the ear about three hundred
pounds lighter than tne otners, ana is tar
nished with a stave which keeps the atmos
phere at a drawing-room temperature, thns
rendering it at once convenient ana coimon
OBLINOIR-McOHKSKBT-On Thnreclav aton
ing, December , bv Bar. J. J, White. T. J. Obllnger
ana Hiss Marr L, McChesney, all of this city.
nunia-naiiiAiia-uii me aza mil., or tue
Rev. 0. W. Stars, Mr. D. a. Worth to Miss Eate
Walters, all or this city.
ntJf.STC On ThnradiT mnrafnr. At half Dftat Ave
o'clock, Thomas Bodley, son cf Charles A. and Phebe
Ann unite, aged seven monins.
COX Ofi-nneaiitlnB of the brain. December 22. ISM.
at 7.S o'clock, P. at., Joseph fi., son of B. M. and
bucinaa v. uo. aged is yeira, 4 moniue ana iu aays.
RKATH,KV-On Thundav mornlDC. 2i Inst. at
US o'clock, of dieeasa of the heart, Kikaboth Brad
ley, youngest daughter of JUarla Bradley, aged 16
CLAKOET On Friday morning, December 23, of
mailman! aora tnroat. mile tumu. m. uiancer. tue
only daughter of John F. and Mary Ann B. Ubancy,
aged 14 ysars, 7 months and 1 day.
uer mnerai win laaa piaoeai ner nneie e, oamiiei
B. Judd. No. S89 Water-street, on Bandar morning.
at 9 o'clock precisely, when it will proceed to the
Morris Chapel. Tba friends of thefamily are respect
fully invited to attend.
Rew xork and tit. Lome papers please copy.
Stand not! Fonder not! Hesitate not!
AND ABOVE ALL
To examine tbe large and varied stock of
Geutlemeu'8, Ladies' and Children's
100 West Fourth-street,
Where nrst-clasa Goods are 'selling at LOW
NOW IS THE TIME
100 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
IS TBI PLACE TO SELECT
Christmas Presents and
As the stock Is the largest aud the 1'KICKS TI1K
LOWEST IN THE 01TY.
FOR THE CHEAPEST
In the city, go to
deldtr No. aM riftbtreet, near Western-row.
ftySTAT A MASS MEET! NG OK
IAbfr THE INDKPKNDENTH, held at the Me
chanics' Institute oa Monday evening, December l:,
tbe following names of persons were anggrsted, and
tlieyare respv tlully requested to act aaCanvossing
viuuiuiiiiae auring ine ctunpaign
Jamea II. Laws,
O Brashears, jr.,
Marshall W. Bage,
K w. Maatrreon,
Stephen R. Burton,
Jno. B. Thompson,
J do. L. Pago,
K. D. Uanndera,
J. H. Lewis.jr.,
Ueo. 8. Brown,
1. K. Hicks,
Henry W. Sage,
A. N. Sarkctt,
J. SI. (Inlbortaon,
W. 0. Hasklne,
. L. Thomas,
O. A. Mlddlton,
n. ju uranani,
U. D. Oaddls,
A. B. Kntternian,
W. I. White.
J. L. McDonald,
D. 8. White.
Thomas S. Boyae,
II. W. Ballard,
W. M. McQrew,
W. U. Lawa,
Jaa. C. Iddings,
Ueo. W. Jonea,
0. W. Fraaer,
H. t). Woodnatt,
jno. N. Meyers,
Y. M. M. L.
Dec. 90, 18.79.
"EVEBY TUB ON ITS OWN BOTTOM."
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
ADMISSION- -.M.-TWENTY-KIVE CENTS.
Y. M. M. Ij.
Of Baker, Hart A Hook.
Win. C. Vanderbilf.
Uf David Gibson A Co. '
With Harrisou A Hooper.
.1. J. illeUowell,
With Oommerciul Bank.
. ii. Hubbard,
With Oaylord, Son & Co.
Joseph . Woodruff,
With Pearion A Co.;
John M. Wilson,
' ,'..0.r.VV'",0,, leton A Co.
William J. Tor r nte,
Joh. D. Chapman,
. . : , ttiiu njnne, aainesat uo,
A ' a muss meeting ot the Independent party MU
in Ilia Lecture-room of Mechanics' lutlllule ou
'riday avaning, December 16, tha fiegoiug wro
unanimously nominated a too candiditus of I bo
party, to ba voted for at the election, Tuesday, Jan
tun Ll0.' JOHN W. DUDLEY, Chairman.
Jin. W. YtMTOM. Secretary. del9if
ftaty ITHAS BEEN DISCOVERED
Wla? AT LAST, The article that cures almost
without fall every species of eruptions of tbe face
hands, or other parts of the body. Is your face die
flgared with pimples or an irriUtlug eruption of any
kind; bava yon contracted that moat troublesome
disease, Barber's Itcb; are you troubled with Tetter
on tba hands, or elsewhere; have yon any annoying,
irritating, itching, inflame eruption of any kind;
go at one and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects of Palmar'a Lotion, and giving an amount of
videnoa In its favsr, that will put to rest all double
ofltaeBcaoy Id tha oare of all kinds or cutaneous
disease, After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
Is no hueibog, procure a bottle and use it, and you
will ba satlsoed that the hulf has not bean said Iu its
favor that might be.
Price 34 Mat, or six bottles for f IM.
. . MU'iON riLMIU, Acaat, ;
- Mai M Wtt torfe-strat,
OUR OFFICE VTIIX BE
closed on MONDAY. Kth Inst. Paraona
whoa notes mature on that day will please attend to
mem on Baturuay.ntn. uezjuj tt.tl.Lm d w.
Y. BI. M. J ASSOCIATION.
Tha Booms of the Association will haclnw.il
on aiuriDAi, Decern Der us, (unrlalmas,; and on
mun lai, January a, mew lenr i.j
de24d By Order of tha Board,
-. Chambib or Coimnacr.,1
Cincinnati, Dec. a. 18S9. f
t?9THE MEMBERS OF THE
IflD Chamber are hereby notified that tha Mar.
ouauts' Exobauge will be closed en MONDAY, Ihe
uui nipt, bj oruer oi ine nuara.
. de24b B. BMITn, BecreUry,
08ABnATH.SJIIOOI, A N M.
' VEBBABY.-TheSsbbath Schools In con
nection with the Central Presbyterian Church, cor
ner of Mound and Barr-streets, will meet there TO
MOKBUW AFTERNOON at S o'clock precisely.
Good speakers will be in attendance to address
Parents of the children and friends of Sabbath
Schools are earnestly Invited to attend. de24a
Choice Tea Seta, 44 pieces, at
Ii: Silver-nlated Outnre at A; RH....
plated Oake Baskets at Si. Either of these articles
WOUld make a bnailtifnl and li.nrnl IHirlalmu Pm..
ent, . They can ba found at UUNTlMJrON'8, No.
lie Main-street, deila
f8olid Silver Pie Knives, Fruit
IPCb? . Knives, Butter Knives, Sngar Sifters,
forks, o. Also a floe assortment of Silver-plated
Cupsoau be found at HUNTINGTON'S, 119 Main
WE BELIEVE OUR ASSORT.
MRNT nf phnlm Vh I. ,hj luu. 1 .K.
city. Recent arrivals of verv flue Hull In saia rnuku it
Of all the cheaper grades of Fnrs wo bavs a graat
variety, and a great many kinds of
Suitable for holiday gifts. Tliey are going oft" at very
DODD At CO.,
Hatters and Fnrriers,
urrioa tiiTTiK aiiAisi Kanaoan Co.,1
Olnciunati, Nov. 29. IfW. I
THE ANNUAL. MEETING OP
the Stockhnldara of till. fViTiinanv will ha
ueiu at ine onice oi tue twrupuny, in tne city or Uin.
clnnati, on TUESDAY, 27tb December, inet., for the
PUrnose of eleclinir tWHlvn DlrAf-tiira tOMArva Ihn .n.
suing year, and for the transaction ofsucli other
busiuosa as may be presented. The polls will be
opcupd at 10 o'clui k A. M. and close at 2 P. M.
vj oruer oi mo i-rosiaont.
de8tt D a. A. DAVENPORT, Treasurer.
Til Cincinnati Orphan Asylum, 1
Cincinnati, December l'J, 1S9. J
aSa MESSRS, EDITOHS IN
SPSm? in.nnlana n-1 1 1 1 n,i..n.H.I ..
sireto Invite tbe attention of our frlendsand trie pub-
iu uui iuh mo aiipniacumif nouuays, 10 our unusually
large aud interesting family. It gives ua great
Eleasure to acknowlJge that a generous piibllcliave
eretoforeremembereu theseorphaus, and have con.
tribuled appropriately to their enjoyment. May we
not. thorefure. confldentlv tmIv nn tht rni,t,iiA
favor and benofactions of all who feel an interest iu
iivee uomeitas ouca eoirusieu to our care.
Donations of Glothlnff. Provision, and Mnn.lrltu.
may be sent to the Asylum, ou El m-streot, above
muiiwiim, ivmiiivuB m jiioDy win db grateiuiiy
received by Mrs. POLLOCK W ILSON, No. S84 West
Sixth-street, and Mrs. HENRY PBOBASCO, 221
west rourtn-streot, oiirine the coming week,
deltl-aw By order of the Board of Managers.
orncE or tui uiiio an Mississippi B, K. Co., I
Cincinnati, November M, 18A9. I
(ES NOTICE. FOR THE CONVE-
MV3 . r I I . . . . . . ....
m imi niajiua ui snippera, ine unto ana Missis
sippi Bailroad Company have established an Office at
No. 46 Public Landing, where through rates can be
obtained at all times ou frvigtits for St. Louis or
points beyond. T. LOUGH,
""am Ueneral freight Agent.
WOODWARD HIGH SCHOOL ALLUM
K it, 1 liHnltl iTTnw i
cure tickets for the Bennionon' tbe l7lh Inst., of o'
W Harper, D.W. linch, 8. t. Oaskey.and C. W.
A FRESH SUPPLY
a- n. m -a. t
A. A. KELLEY,
NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-ST.
A PRESENT WITH EVERY BOOK.
FOR BEST FAMILY FLOUR GO TO
Nos. 3I arid 381 Main-street.
OR BEST GROCERIES TO TO
Nos. 319 and Ml Main-street.
tTIOR RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON
NUTH, goto OOLTEB'8,
leji4 Nos. 319 and 821 Maln-atreat.
FOR SWEET CIDER GO TO
le24 Nos. 319 and 821 Maln-atreet.
E10R BEST OYSTERS, SARDINES,
aV P1CKLB8, Ao.,goto COLTKB'H,
'I'M Nos. 319 and 321 Main-street.
FOR .BI'TTEB, EGGS AND LARD go to
021 Noa. 319 and 321 Main-street.
FINK OLD WINES AND BRANDIES
FOR THE HOLIDAYS. A large supply of va
rious descriptions of old Wines and Brandies, at
. a2 Uoruer of Ninth and Vlne-streota.
TrEW HAM J IJ ST RECEIVED AND
i- for sale at KLKOl'SON'S,
Iei4 Conner Ninth and Vlne-stroety.
OYSTERS FOR CHRISTMAS DON'T
forget to send In your orders for those splendid
Oystorsat FEBOCSON'S, .
de24 (lornnr Hlnth and VIna-streets.
New Stiles Soft Hats.
New Styles Freuch Casslmere Hats.
New Styles Dress Hats.
New Stjlea Cloth aud Plush Caps.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
NO. 149 AIN-STBBKT,
ie2l s door below Fourth'
Fine Christmas and New Year's
THR UNDERSIGNED HAS A FINE
-SL aalection Of A9i and 7 nntava PUiia. nn 1 j
wbioli every one would make a very handsome ores
ant for the coming Holidays. He will sell at low
price, and on easy terms; half cash, and balance on
time. He also repairs, tunes, ard rebaffs Piauos on
reasonable terms. JOHN BB1TTIN0 .
Piano Maker, Oanal-st., second door from Vina
. P. e). My friends, and the publlo in neneral I a'ra
hereby Informed that I am not In buslneas conneo.
tion with the house of Brltling A Brother, on Fifth,
street, and niy raapectlve customers will therefor
call at my old tlaoeon Canal-atrest, near Vine.
de23aw j d
Q.ENTS' FRENCH BOOOTS,
FRENCH SHOES AND GAITEBS,
Just received by Kiproas.
J. H. DETERS,
63 West Fourth-street.
REMOVAL . E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, baa removed to 272 Vlue-stroet near
Svanlh.oapoalU tha aa llltlnn n- n
WILLIAM OISNEY, ATTORNEY
ahaaf - earn nl
Bavs marked down a large variety of
For Chrisitinaii ri'esent,
Embrolderlcs and lace Goods,
Merlnoes, Delaines and
Cloaks and Shawls,
Gloves, Hosiery, Sc.,
FOR MER'S mil
Kleaant Triinmed Laoe Seta, Embroidered
Collars and Sleeves, Hpleodid Fnnsi,
Kleh nintrrlnl for flonlH
POULT DE CHEVRES,
RKIIUCKD TO I.1 ORNTf,
Tbey bavoai rangi-d a lare variety of IIEMN ANT8
upon their Annual
Which are offered much BKLOW COST.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPP0S1TX TIKI'S OPERA-fiOtlSK.
The iruderalrnil will be Iu receipt,
. Of au inexhaustible supply of
Maltby's Celebrated and Unrivaled
PUT UP ESPECIALLY
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
OF THE ,
Choicest of Oysters,
AKD OF EXT&A SIZE;
Will be warranted as fresh and sweet at when taken
from thstr briny beds.
The Ke Plue Ultra of Oysters,
BRANDED "C. S. M."
Will be surprisingly large, sud of the most delicious
Orders left at the old established Depot,
At any time before, or on Christmas Day, or daring
iuo aouaays, win seenre every one a full supply of
THE FINEST BIVALVES
Fver brought to Ihe Uueen City. Orders solicited
and promptly Ailed. Don't fail to leave your ordera
ROBERT ORB, Sole Agent,
de22a 11 Went Fifth-street.
AT GREAT BARGAINS!
Wlsblmg to reduce the stock, we have marked
down tba prloe of Bonnets to
One Half of the Original Costl
NO. 106 WEST FOURTH-ST.
mi ASQUERADE OOSTDMES-HRS. O.
aunnnis, or no. m Bixtn-etraet.
would respeetfully Inform the publlo that she
has, In conneotiun with Mn Toledo's (late of
nawi aruupa; saaieiui wararooe, removed to
her new office. t No. 70 aTlfth-atraat. kin..
Walnut and Tine-street, where she will be happy to
see her former patrons, to whom she can offer the
room apianuio aaeonmem oi oostumes. de!7-am
BONNET I BONNETS I HEAD-DRESS-kg
I HHDHI89t8 1 Ao.-Bellia. offahaaaaa
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