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. TBAHOISOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL.
SmiroaS A!ttiioralTcrM.- "
MONDAY', .
DKCJtMffKIt'' ifl
Happy Christmas!
; Happe CbriMtsM to kill Let theiaeNrii
the Psssr Fsim a New Year's wslcinie'.lti
an enlarged list of p&trcps for Iho New Tear
Happy Christmas! The Speakership.
The Representstires 0 ht, people In the
Congress of the Unlfed States lave not yet
chosen i Speaker,
There ere trar? expectations entertained
that lone memboljoj pJfoe without pairing
off, will eanae Mr."&Biffirs'eIeotion, who on
theMlM'of Bat ardlael bt foasM,f
eleitiW fiiiifrlWliiiwI itideni$ latef
mined to remain t their, post during the holi
day week, av-the House Adjoufnel to meet
A City's Birth-day Anniversary.
Tho 'old folks of '(he did i6ek. raeef tA'&is
oltr; to-'alght. to exonange remembrances of
tbi nonee tiseVAtfi VVefreSfSa CefV
ent by calling np'remialeoeaeet of early life
and hablte In the West.' Thrfoeoaalon ie famished-
si a o.m&ab
came to ClnaimiaU 'arfd Oaio'preelooe'to the
4th Of July, 181?. -Thoie: wW.r inayrattenS,
will come in modern apparel for the fashions
have wonderfully changed.1 ''vvt
PIONEER REMINISCENCES.
or man-tua-raakers,
blaeknnlthi or- saddlers. ' The
men dreeeed in mooasini, leather breeches,
leggins, llniey hen'tfog-snirl, all home made,
The women dressed In limey petticoats, and
)insy or linen gowns, oosrte shoes, etoekings,
handkerchiefs and bwekakin gloveeyif any.
If there were any buokles, rings, buttons or
rufflee, they were the relies of old times fan
ily pieces, from parents ' or ; grand-parents.
They would alight before a leg eabin at early
candle-light, in the. backwoods times, from
horses caparisoned with old saddles, old bridles
hlarrejnf fr,f MSH WW
striDg, perhaps for a girth.
To-night they will alight from' comfortable
street railroad ears in frontf Ure Mfjoajc
of massive free-stone bfoeks, by ' the
skill of anshHeetand artieaas shaped into an
ediuoe pf, strength and beeunponalqtdp
natedr to the , sns of charity the frwlla
sons by William McMatiM, one Of the
1VJp wkvsea airijsbserenpnyear ageat
nherJutite oF (JlncfuaaCj sfoy tlifc rifglt
celebrate,.. The, parr at,t)je( Vepudah,
be of the descendants of the Spartan 1
will
band
.who isttlejl Uie.-Weat.. andaien .will oome
fjioirfoj tjeiduk .hfukt grrollilgs,
house-raising's snd harvest parties. Who Bad
"hated jmi ssfcowwaft" tjse lazy few known
by the nlok-nlme" of "fawreSiee." Those
wil oome, who .balUjup manlfharcerrin
the .aeWeBMBts, y maiipg.Jlji.Iietfy,1;
liar unoomfor table by theUongue-lashing"
the pithy' epithet' "the bread rounds."" In
those days if a.man or woman was glyen to
tattling aad elahdeVinf ter nefghboiyfte was
furnished, by -eomiion coaeesit, with a kind of
patent-ihtto,,sa - whatever, sbppleased
without being believed. Her tongue was then
said to be harmless,' er to'be no scandal' ;The
early days were those of hospitality, 'The
pioneers lived, worked, fought, feasted and
anfffjj4. together in eordial hariif. w Let the
cordial days of good feeling and neighborly
regard again return. V r' , , '
The noble remnants of the sterling men and
" wmen-of 'the Old1 stock are worth, ,lopkir,g at
shaking hands with, and we hope the Jqalors
will catch the jsparkle of -tkeW eye) the spirit
of their ohaming) simplehearted, joyous faces
' reflecting their souto of honor These occa
sions are growing , ssdryWtoresting. Death
1 thins the ranks rapidly,' and our opportunities
to mtngle with ths Pioneers are soon to pass
away.
THE SYMMES TRACT.
As this reminiscence brings us baok to le
tiat Judge Bymiib oonoluded contract wijh'
j tba (kmmissbnersrof. the JJajted Siaj8fTrtas
fi ul fcrie iwienumbejof aeyrl
fronting on , the ,Ohip,jbetween the Miamiis.
In 1788,Mathus Dsn mah of New Jersey, took
atfidnVMS fia'dts'the seoW;
i ' section upon whioh Oinoinnatias.bee built.
' Ketaining one-third ot this particular locality,
he sold one-third-W, Bobkbi pATTKHSpn,of
Lexington,
tho remainder to John
mixos.
TBS TOWf fif ISAKTUUfaLt
Tbe threeabout kagust b88aeed to
lay
hOttt
rn.on.tbp. IBofc.wJiich.was, d
IgnsM
otth
ot which they proposed to have a road
tut
from Lexington, Ify., to be connected
1 ddl,&Ltitkl..:iUUJi-AjXMk M. J.J
jected town LosantiWle, whwhf troih Gr3
om Greek,
Latin and French' words used, meant, VBl
uth
in
bis vi
Jley, in those days the boms of
Indians, was called "thi elthg1rtKSouje4';
from the murder of the whites. I'iison!
and
while absent frOM hb part was killed. IsiAti.
This vs
Jiirotow, the "survey or, bonjlrt hlr Tin isW
share, aad, after retnmlnf to tiaesioni , on
preseitown of. Maysville,Wterl; from i,a
jlac' for;the broJeeted'esaoUvlile $aftj !4thj
grM&SbffitV YotmrJif tbls
.. 1 il7r'6f fotiji ,TM,lhtr
i they acrisai.oai.iha. 2Qihor,,he l&tb, th,
vent 'eelbrated Is' Ohe wortky -ef -ma kerl
" 'attention by onr eitiiens. V" 11
THE PIONEER SNTTLERS.
., h i ,9p e. Jth of ovenjer previous, M uo
' Bsj. STititahad arrived ai the moutls'of thb
LltUe iliaml-the teiwnl.'sietilemeht oi tbe
r, '. ,'Oh'io., At Colombia hlf ,'pSrty was Hih"
Stitss, Johm Stives Gaio, Jiitsa H. BiiisY,
DAmsti' SnosuAsaay Ovis Davwy three
tu wfc'inon aid theit inndretvtai vevsl pei eon r
whose names are not recorded. The Lc Ban-
" ' ttrille.Jpsrt'led.'.by: tuDLO'v, 'trOBtlated of
Jis'0aifwiti, Wti. MoiliiitK, ,r0n
Vlkc iUiflrT. CiLoVitat, 8vitiami'rV iiib;
rfiMr,.' MdokSv, ' 'Hshrv liiHosaT,' JosaVii
. '. ToBsroH,'N6AB.flADoi,j(;:te;i0Daus 'i of;
. . Diiist, Siiosjtiss s, Sib' BiACXRORK, gcorr
TatvssesJoHir POKTsa, Faaiicie HiaosTr,
' Mavthsw Powlbb and Eva 8hsu.st. 0ther
parties mast have followed in a few sjaye as,,
ea.the Tth ottWtutdf sjfter
Wafl, is an out dooatioa loUvir,er dlsvoied
of by lottery to thirty of these early adventurers,
who agreed to become actual settlers
and build at least eiWY eejhaouie
twenty feet sqaare.on tie rro&t oHhelr lots.
THE FIRST LOT HOLDERS.
These loUsweft JeeHlflBn-
Broadiray, mostly on each side of Bje'amore,
from Front-stret up to Third, and were thus
distributed I Say eight in-lots to a square,
commenoing at Front and Main, the present
Cincinnati Insnranoe Company corner; 77,
John PotejJ0,. Baniy JUnseyj .V-&ooti
Traverse; 61, Isaac Freeman; on Sjosmore
street, 83, Benjamin Dumont; Second-street,
54, Jesse Stewart; ' Main-street, 79, Joel Wil
liams;' opposite) Madison House, 78, Daniel
Shoemaker; ,oa the bloek between Sycamore
and Broadway,' Front-street and Syoampre,
271, Wri'DavisonJ Jfli Davld MeClever; 2, Mr.
White; 1, Spenoer Hoese corner, Samuel
Blackburn; Broadway, 8, Joseph Thornton;
4, John Vance, , Broadway and Second;. 21,
Second and , Sycamore,: Jonas Mensun; 28,
Sycamore and Yestreen, Mathew Oammellf
James Dumont drew i, north-west corner of
Second and Broadway; Mr. Fulton, No. 6, the
present south-west, corner of Lower Market
and Broadway; Elijah Martin, No. 7, now site
of Market-house on Broadway; 8 and 9, up
to Third, west side of Broadway, to Isaao
Van Metre and Thomas Gesso; S4 and S3, on
east side of Sycamore, from Third to Lower
Market, 1 to - James Cammel ; and Samuel
Mooney; 32, where Market stands, east .side
Sycamore, to James Carpenter; 31 and 30 to
Noah Bad gley and ; James MeOonnsi; 66,
west side Sycamore, where Baxter's ware
house is, to, Henry Beohtle; 67, 'south-west
ooraer . rear! . and Sycamore, to Kionard
Stewart; ;68, .S. V. air A.Co.'s corner, to
Luther Kitche'l; the ' Manchester Building
lot, south-west corner Sycamore and Third, to
Ephiajm .Kibby., Each.pf these drew a two-
acre out-lot above Sixth-street, east of Main.
The present condition of moral and social
improvement ol Cincinnati had its foundation
in the good character of cur pioneer. The
late comers nave ..completed a valuable work.
Honor to Vinoinnau. Jionor. to the. pioneers.
The Position of the South.
The South has relied upon the compromises
of the Constitution, and has opposed the leg
islative provisos ano absratftiqni cf the North
with a degree of earnestness natural to her
position, and which the North itself, perhaps,
would have ' displayed,; if a reversal of the
conditions bf the two . sections ' of the Union
eould have taken place; The North presses
an abstraction because it is" in obedienee to
certain sentiments in behalf of human' free
dom and human rights entertained by thote
relieved from the cares and responsibilities of
the slave institution, i This is opposed at the
South, becanse, as H'msvCijit said, the South
feels that, when once ; legislation on the sub
ject of ilavery begins, there is no seeing .where
it is to end. Assert your power in the terri
tories to-day, and in spite of all the protestA-tiqusr-and
the North is not wanting ln.,'mai
ing proteatations that they have no purpote
of extending 'it to he' Sonthern'' States what
security ean they' give them that " a new sect
will not arise with ffTltw version of the Con
stitution or wltn something above or below the
Ootutflutioh't Th'lcb.'.'siikn' autfiriie ,'1nem. to
euty their' notions into the besoms of the
slave-holding States, and endeavor to emanci
pate from bondage all, the slaves there ? The
oitb MoH. tliftt'b, security, lies in deny
ing at the threshold the . right to touch the
subject of slavery. ' She said, "begin, and who
can' tell where you jrtll end f; Let one genera
tion begin and assert the doctrine for the mo
ment, .forbearing as . they may be in order to
seen re their present objects, their.' successors
may arise with- new iiotions And new- princl
pies, and be w expositions qf the Constitution
and laws of nature, and carry -those notions
and new'pflnciplos'lnto the bosom of the slave
holding States.,"..--';--, , ;-n ., Jj:.. 'i . '
Universal Religious Liberty.
The discussions on politics, more especially
upon relations of sections of our1 country, is
woil calculated, to enforce a liberality of sen-
tlrhent on ether eubjectB. - The stera exsntiot s .
of sectarians re fast losing their -power, and
groa'Ur.'cVaarity' .prevails toward the religious
viewti of men. ;pthe trne Aweriean doctrine on
this subject is, in the langitage of Washington,
Ihakvery-piaai eonductinghjiBsclf as a
good '.eitiaen, :'and being' accountable 'tfOed'
alone for his religious ouinionf. oncht in he
protected 'In Worshipping the Deity according
tetae-dietatesxn nu.own oonsstenoe,"
Impobtatioh or Afbicans The tStweoail
Veinkftfto', ' published. ; fct '.'MiswtastjJpl'.' Cityi
learns from good authority that'1 a Cargo of
African elajves is ezneeted in the ship hland
Harbor the latter part of tbe present month.
,Ttey" will,, If they' arrive be lafded with
oat' any attempt at sepiesy, the oonslghtes
trusting ito the sentiment predominant in Mis
sissippi as to the necessity oi. inoreasing the
number of laborers, for a trifttnpha! acquittal
1b the event of, Government prosecution.
1 i '
,ijl'il-,lr rtl f.,r, I. , .
' CpKBoUni, Gaia.--Tke Professor, (0. TVi
UoJines,) speaks ol the"pbor relation,' when be.
last saw her, as being- clad, "dot in absolute
black, brts in Stuff with specks of white; as
.. -1- , . ,L., tm .1. . .
Wiioa ta iy aJf Iff vaerw were)1 evwjr more
,Kiris', Jeft .t,a)gb' ;w' w; 'tier we're pin -,
noiee tB one' nignt oi nev.aeipair, tnrongn
which1 a ray of pe might find ite way (to arr
aderer-. i,ifii -- ',.t ''" ' ',' ,.,' j
.i. nil lull : MwH!)Pwaww"
COVINGTON NEWS.
l.tv..iftj j wijii.i. . in.
i a auha iMfuii .i'Do-iw us i.wt oiiir.
erdy mfl5nluistitlue, o'cUxi, a female chllA,'
bent fortf-eliht by ore old,.wm) found un the. dooj;
at ftp uf the, nous of. Mx.iKJefh, who; real Joe on Car-rard-street,
near decond. It nail been left there o
ebaiiniglit reioe,ti soiae .pn.uukoown, aid
notwitBatandtnc tbe aevadty.of the Meather, w,
ittiltilr clad.l VVsifWBldtiil(aa da4 tyW. oomTi
pteieiy iruzeu. ,,1,1,,
Taua Bills Fobiib M"QjUliff$foi
TheOrabd1 'Jury, oe Saturday last, found..!
Durma'y ana granqu
xceuy against fat noian sua
boys who entered thenramluii,
Thomas Findlar, the
Thpioi
of Mrt
Boyn,
, en rtfth-e treat, a fear weats ago and
robuedjherof.a apull ampnnt.of money. They were-
rpVeri befarsl the Wcdlt Ooflft.'daV tsfoVe 'yesterday i
auiaftei Keartei.:th erWenc the jury failed 10,
asrae. They wflllje tried asaln tfj.day. A bill of hit,
dktuient waa found' against H. H Miller" for keept
log. a tippiinf-nuutie,, pna one against Bin. littler
ifctswkKNrtBgWwWr,.., L. x: ..', ,.. i ',l
'.f"iA.,k.:Po4kWeWe'''be:
firmed by the phalrnua, of the Kelief Committee,
that uiinog tue -iwe weese enamg in TDunaay
liut, relief waa grantoilito h7ly-eveouwrnillel. Three
hundred .bushel ,of Q01 n4: M Ueen dii-
lributed..tt..it, ii, i ' t,-.ii i 1 , ,m k. ,,.,. ,.. ,
, ;rCrOkkt' rioiSo. We- anaerstaad that a
coaqtuy nun who came, here to emuy (IbrHlmaa hail
his pockerrelferod of 'iDdul'fM'ib the market 014
Lkctub. Rev. Kingston (loddard- lectures
KUdil-reitowa nan lQ-nirrow Ulglil. Snhjectt
JfcViitlanMaAlllieae,''!!. v itr ,,.,.) ' ,
1 . PaoitOTan.-J-Captalfi W. S.' Nock, of tbe In
dependent (Kf. Roretw, trd bwm appoiuted Oulolet
aa3 ad io.Joreri)nr Moms,-:' r , .11
... PoLlCi COWT-J-Three taetranU, Clara Vil
auti. Jnhn Darlsind Marr (Tlarke word sent tonrlaoii
for twenty, days eerb,. by ,the ,Msyor, on Saturday
lauiHiii,,
COVINGTON NEWS. NEWPORT NEWS.
- ,'OauiaTUAawiOur. tiriooLual business bouses
wllt' Ue eloeett.toiliviiiaiMttoitvikati.iOur; mefcliantt
,nd others may hare au oppoluaUJI teiWbieeli
l hruima la aa apptoriie matiusr, '
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
The Yacht Wanderer.
cBos4)ir, Saturdky, December "24. The
rwotu' mcht Wanderer, which cleared tram E-
fjtnnnmk u.ht Wuiderer. which claAmd I'ram Sa-
Tcnl4 iTme-tlBie since, without the fcnowledg of
fiwownst w Krnwja oen. td trmuerer lania
na 8rutM)h In charge ol Captain Martin, for tbe
coast of Arrlca, MttHKe on Doara a cargo oi eiarei.
Hue tonched at liorei and took on boauL two I'or-
tugueie woniet' Captain Martin subaeauehU'sent
aauor for proflilum, taking with him the chroiiom.
ter and charts.
. .. I. , i. W-1 . . 1- . . . .... ., ..1
All u auimuiw mi. i niiuu imv lunvo. av"
under weigh, and ateerinn lor the American coaat
bore up for this pert. W alton slate, that ha km,
carried off from Baraonnh against li la wilr, and that
tlajlUvaMaaaMUiueiL. nainiu. JhAji.Ptaln.SKSL
name M Lincoln I". Pallen.or llatli, jnaino. me
jmt a bom in ouargo-oi tne u aiita ira
The Wanderer lelt Savannah : under the follow
On tho l.Mh or October laat Lincoln Patton. under
titwasiauawdnaaieef SanicVllHrtln, jntjiftenmn
on board the Wanderer, then lying Below Haf nhifalr,
to aaaiat in taking on noaro proTiaione ana water.
Hoooafww Faltea came- oa board himnelt, together
with dward vaiDoti, tne pilot, anu uaptain j. n.
Black, ihlppiuc agent. He immediately oallrd all
hands to gi t under weigh, and drawjug a rerohrer
wore he would shoot any on who refined to
work -or attempted to Interrupt kii moTemenU.
Ha alai threatened tha ehlDDinn annt and nllot with
death If ther attempted to lfe the TeaaeL Home of
tha craw who knew h e Diane, loaded two aucea ot
cannon with grape, and armed themaelfaa to enforce
fatten'! oraera airaiiiac Kuoaa wno nao oeen idodom
bv false areteneee to com on board. One.half of the
crew were carried oil affalnst their will. .. , ..
The orew of the Wanderer, ten In number, hare
been committed to jail. The reuse! remains in charge
oi tne auiiwriuee . - , -
From Washington.
Washisotoic, December 25 The following
h the ballot taken brthe Honae Inal erening: Twen.
tf-trat ballot-Mr. Sherman, 100; Mr Bocock, 20;
nr. wiimer, I7j nr. uotuton. it; air. iuaciar, v; mr.
Paris, 11. scattering among nineteen candidates, S3,
Whole number rotea 2G&, receeaary to eholoe,10t.
No person luring receired the number neceaaarj,
the House without transacting anj other bnalueat
adjonrutd till Mondar.' . ...
Steamer Vixen burnt—two lives lost.
The steamer Vixen, bound from Pittsburg
to HC bonis, was burned this mernina. .
witlmatedat JiOOu), tl.fiOOof wbioh lain
The loaa
I is
,nd
cargo and
tn.QOU in Ihd boat,
Penn.. and Geo. SI,
McSherer, of Browtrlile,
Ott, school teacher of Ljnch-
bnrg, Va.( were burned to doath
Two coal t
iats, owned lr Bunert gmlth, tof
k at Point Washington, MIm.,' on
, eunk
thurauay laat, Joseph Lrdick, oi Pittsburg, and
John Jlaxter, ot Jeuersonriue, were urowneu.
River News,
S.r. Lorri, December 25. Biver has risen
one footslnco idftoidar.. The ice Ja not so lieary.
Tbe ateimer Diligent ;14 safe: Ihe passemera bare
been .taken usborir, theft position atone time wasrerr
oritical. Weather mild and thawing rapidly, with
ludicatiens of ralu.
l.onievuLf. December 25 P. M. Rirer fttlllna
lowly; serea feet one inch in the canal.. Weather
clQudr, mild and thawing. Mercury 49 deg. attP.
m. . 4aaicauuneoi raiw ,. , ,i. i ,-, .-
Found Murdered.
Bocbbstib, N. T., December 24. Mr. Pier
pont Dyer, a much-esteemed and wealthy citizen of
Afblon, Orleans County, was found mnrdered, last
night, In hit store, where he lived. Patrick Calllgau
has been arrested on suspicion of baring committed
the murder. ; . ' - " -. -, t'
New York Bank Statement.
NswTosK.December 24. The Bank ratu'rns
are not all la, but the estimates show an Increase in
Loam of feQO.OOO, and a decrease in Specie or the same
amount.- -. . . I I ... . I
Personal.
BosToK. December 24. Colonel Benjamin
Loring, an aged and well-known eitleeu, died to-day,
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
, Aaanriul-rBoaloBB.PoTtsmouthi.Wenona, Nash.
Vine; Prioress, Madison! Swallow, Marietta; Bupe.
rlor, lioulanile; Virginia Home, rtentie.p
DF.piRTnaiil. Prloreai. Madison: Llffhtfoot. Naah.
no
vllle; Conewago, do.; Virginia Home, Kerllle; Mon.
arch, Dew Orleans; ArgyTe, do.; Alma, do.
MARRIED
-- by M.
Moorcs, Mr. K. Neal to Miss Mary Frances Soards,
all of this city. . , . ' : .
BAiiCOM- LONOtNECKtB On Thursday eVen
lug, December J2, 1855, by the Ber.Jr'm. L. Hypes,
Mr. Goorse Bascom add MlsS Mary K. Lonienecker.
ajj of thjc.Ity..f ,,' , '. .
DIED.
-At 10 o'clock. A. M.. 34th Inut .
tn thin cltr. of nulmonarr cnnimrnntlnn. PntAt rtnn.
Orer Aptlegate, aged twenty-one years, four months T
and twelve anye. .
rnemnerai serrices win oensu at tne residence oi
bia mother, 4M West Nlutb-atreet, on Tuesday, 27th
lint , precisely at iC o'clock A. M. All I he friends of
the family are reepectfully lnrited to attend. :
' SUITU-On the 23d Inst., in Nuwnort. Kr.. at
o'clock M.. of consnmptiop, Mrs. Susanna smith,
wife of Nathaniel Smith, aged thirty-one yean.
Stiiia not r;PoMeni6tr 'Hesitate not!
7 FAIL NOT! :
.To examine the Urge and varied stock of
Cientlcmen's, Ladies', and Children
FURNISHING GOODS!
".'ii' . ; '. '. -at- ' .''
RICHARD SOJV'S,
ivw wesi f ounn-streei,
era firatafilsiiiB Cooda &r jwlltnsw at t,ntv
PltIQJfi8. . .,1 ',; ... : ; , ' de24b
ujcwarpson's;
;igsj WEST FOUPTH-8TREET, j
18 TUB PLACE TO SELfiOt .
Cristmas'sentri anirl'ui,,,
,.::!,":,;;, ::;v, v, sp-oww Bins,
Apthi stock fs the Ikrgesf and trie PRICES THfi
MJitu.'IMUHrWi.,u ft ,u . . Ue2l
" FOR THE GUEAPE'flll
LAP,IES?;:;F.0
ts'U ' -ii; JaVUO CleJii KH M .,,1.1,
deW -','ii ko.J62Fhh-treot,heMW'eStern.roir,
3T
US
1
SPECIAL NOTICES.
. (i,, ...i .. ,. 1 CmomdAfl, JJecejnuer U, lJV, t
ON MONDAY. m DECEMBER. SB.
tSJ . (Christmas,) tbls offlco will One at khe,
nauat hour and close at ft A. M.: reopen at fi and
IT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST, The article that cures atnW
without fcil every species of, eruptions i of 'the face
hands, or other'eartif of tha Mr.nliwnf,fcn HI..
rniwlVjn)Vsnir.r!
ainu.unTe yon oomraoxeoj tnatiuoatiltrouuusoine,
uwaso, jaruur itcd
I'arSyikt trbuWed -With fetter
on thefeandat; elsewhere; bsjee yoa any annoying,
lrrttaung, itching, inuamed eruption of any fc nd;
go, ai 'ottos" isajl' f UW i)t! jlahlef.llesWW Hf.
efleitvol Sime!djOtloavaddalinAv aawut t (if
is no humKuk.i'roiO:re a bottle and aan-it! arid Ivhl
wlU se satlaled that the naif U Ueeo" said ih 1U
1:eiltfftVlaelriiheSm.ji 'i-mctl A.ri 31 ',...1.' 1
tot ".rr.'fr , 1,1..,., . ,-T" .ie
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., V. M MMnl. A,altf Kjftfli r,fWU fUM in m-,. 1 1 .'4
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tin MODaI
ms or the Alsoclaaorf lll
claUi
.ObTfi
itwr 'ccirrfsmi
irfcasa SpOuT
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M0NrJy,Vuaw5,IHew:
Qrdet df the Poald
rs7
"-F-.ji ui lu.i I I,.,. I
! " 1 CriAw saa'av Vottiniea. ! u '
''"''TJIneittnatn Deo, tx iSM.7
VJ iChamber are heceby' notlfled that tVe Mr
olinuia' Ewhaogewlll be closed on MQNtlAY, thS
acth lint.. By wrJer.of ihe . X f
1 deMb , ,,tt 1 ,
,1 1 ,11 n, oia.i,a. ecreiairy
I'lii.nTm CiMciNiATf Paj'iiAjt Anti
: 1 uincinuau, uecemijer 10.. Is.'
M E HbRSi Ill'kK!4LtkJ
accordance Villi oViraimrtal raietooi.
ire 10 invite the attenlioli'of our friend in thamili.
116 during tlie approaching Holidays, to our tuiusuaHV
large and IntereitiiiK fiimiiy. It gives tr greet
Eifunure w utMuwiHiuo i nab a aeiiemua pilDHC liaru
eretoforeremembereil I bene orphans, and have con
tributed appropriately to their enjoyment. M Ay we
furor nud benefactions or all who feel an interost in
thenehomslessoueisentrusted toonreare.' " I 1
, Donations of Ulothliig,"Proilons arid Horiilrlea
may be sent to the Asylum, osr Kim-etreet. above
Vourteenth. rfnnations In Tenn-nt will iia Btfnlli,
receired br Sfre. POLLOCK W ll.Sltft HA ZAAVJufi
SPECIAL NOTICES.
).( F.-THJii MEMBERS
lmeitavI,odie No. ITS, 1.
ci. r a., mtiAini eo atienn ifie .- vit
mm irHmt-iaumi meennven nun.7Ar-i'v
.- . - . 7 . ...... .'-.r .
PaT KVH&INe. Uo. 2 at tq'clock, 'hfc-fifa?
forfteelMUoiruronlceitdUvmeut :
lIna" ' imeu. Aninunnvrer, necreuuy.
I. O. ). V. THE OtWICERS
and member! of Ohio Lodffe v
..I T ft It li- .Mhinh, NnlullnH .'-iH&.L "fc-
to attend a regular eenii-annual meet-Sris?
IUM Ol IUO AiUUHO UU DlUn lA I ATE...' f,VtV
IMG. Deceutlix H, at o'clock, fr the i . , ' ' .
efdctlOb of rffticeri and Sarmniit tf dues',-4 "
TO THE, OFFICERS A"D
Memhara of Fidelltr Lodnre No. 71. 1. O. O,
UrotlTAiHi Ynh uta rMtieHteri "to meet' at ronf
Halloa MONDAY VKNlMOi OeoemberSS, for tbe
election ol eftlceVa end paiment of dees. All mem
bora of the Lodge ere respectfully Invited to be pres
ent. - (deJS) W. I). DALTON, Bee. Secretary,
i i ..t.J, Uharge Hpqulrer).. i ; i
AT' MASS MEETI rl G OF
TBE INDEPENDENTS, held St tbe. He-
chkulcs Institute on Monday erasing, December 19,
an B
eae
llvr
the followlna nameaef Deraona wen aufseeted. and
ft
tne louowing same
they. are -reapeotlnll
reitiieeu-u w aoi as uaarosaing
Uomtnlttee during
- James U. Laws,
tiring the campaign
lu .
O. Brattaeetw.ir., c
a. m. urahaai-, .. i::: ,
..H. D. G,ldii.
Marshall W. sage,,
Wm. M. Clark,. "7
A. Torrenoe, " -- E. W. Maeterson,
A.B. Rutterman. :. ;, J.O. Wllkeraoo.
os Wrtght, :i ., ; ; , ,. Stephen B. Burton, .;
. : rt nvvili uuu. u i uuuiueuiii
W. M.White.'1 ' 'I "-' Jno. h. Pugb, .....
J. L. McDonald. : t !-! C'has. Oorneau, , , '
J). 8.,Whlte.. ,' ; ... . Bteplieu AUiearu,
' ThotriaaS. Korea.-- Ben. Haroeion.
ifr.W. Ballard, - '- Tim. Habbard,, a
T. isaiawin.
,11. Saunden, .
W. M. McOrew,
V.. L. ........ I
Lewis jr..
Frank IlAvis.
1 ueo. o. orown,
.fcB.BIcke..,
. Henry W, Sage,,
A.N.Sscketf,
. J. M.Onloertaoni . j
,, if, O.HMkiu.,.., '
.' : X. h, Thotiiae, '
ft A. Middletou," '7
. Vrauk Morrli. -
- W.4I. Lawir. t'i
Wm. McDougaU ,
Jas. O. Iddlngs,
" Geo. w. Jtonea.
,-,W. Jbeenberger
V. Groirory, . .
Tom Wanrj, -
u r u .
j Krauk Douglaj
H.C.Wooduutt, ",'
de23o.
I, X
Jno. N. Meyors,
IT. M. M. L. . '
ASSOCIATION!
nil
1 .
-BT-
'Hied
REV, GEO. C. ROB W,
.a, .vj ... - .t.-i t p... Ui a,. ;i j, m j - , ;
rvnt;.-:t t -i.-.v i:t st ? Ht ,a.:n
Dec. 9, 1839. : i
i: ti:i.ii't Ha.,-.- i..7t;l a
v- . ,t-.vriai . ..,7:iij i;s.,c--.).-i:i
ia t.?ii''.l?l?ji'ojf ITS OWfl BpfTOM.'.'
SMITH & NIXON'S, HALL.
ADMISSION,
J.iTWENTY'riVal OKNTS,
i 1 1
111 MJ lUL'MU 11 t'EJil I JllUIVIti
- u s-jtrSbIDINT, .tint-.-a ,i..-'l
I,"".! . .Tliicpdorc Cooky '
,i i.. ., 1 Or Baker, Hart Cook..,-,' ''
j .,...' . (......VIOE-PBSSIPKIHV '
- Wm. C. VanderbiltV
Of DariaOlbsbnaOo. r - -y- .
COttBEpPONDWa BKUBErARY, -''im -'
I 1
With Harrison A Hoope. . ,' .. ,
RKOUKDMW- SECBKTABy ,
J . 1 McDo we 1 1 ,
1 .U
, With Commercial Bauk.
' H " " TnlCAStltVIR.
t ,
TBEASUBEB,
ilj.ii.'.)
S. Hulibard,
-' .' v: Fifth-street. U , ... 1 .1
H)IBK0TOB8, , ,. .b..t- (
" XVM, Crichtoh,;- '
With Gajjp,rd, Son a Co. "
a Joseph ,. IVoodrull,
1... : i-.WlttorearjoB4Co.ls '',,,
1 Johu II. Wlhon,
I ; '' Ojf' Wiitoii, Kgglwton 4 Co. ' ''''
1 Villiaiu J. Torreiice.
,ii.,t. ., iWlthT.8.DuauCo. ,
' 1 Jos. B. Chapman,
' With Wiafli, Haines 4 Co.1 ""' ,
" k t'a mass riitotlilg of the Indepandebt 'party, held
In the Lecture-room of Mechanic' Institute on
Friday evening, Decemoer 16, the foregoipt were
tinanimoiuly nominated as the candidates of the
party, to be voved for at the election, Tuesday,- Jan.,
nary s, u., , up. w . vuuun 1, vuairm ap
1 3 Ja. Wt .Visioa. Secretary.
,delif
4
Otridx or tsi onro.Ase nissisatrri H. B, e,i
1
uincj
nclnnati, November ill, I8ftd. f
K I'OR THE CONVE-.
sIdpi Ballruad'Oompauy Uave established an Office A
n ikniie rr nmnerra. ttuvtrniMMnn MtMia.
liti, 46 Public Landing, wiere through rales can te
outainea at ail times on ireignts lor nt. bonis or
points beyondi
1. LOUGIIl
007am. ,1 ,
General Freight Agent. .
vrrioa LiVtis Miami HAvtao'An Uo.,i 1
- it Olncipnatli NerlJa, 18S9, f ,
THE ANHiUAli MKETiUQil
-he Htockholdera of thii Comnanvwlll 1,
held at the ofneo of the Company. In the citv of CId.
VlfrMM An'V0'S8IA,ki Uetembei, inst., for the
purpose 01 etecung (waive directors o serve the ens
suing year, and for the transaction: of srch btbeV
buaiueae ns may be presented-. "The' ojls, will be
owened at 10 oroioca A: a. ana OWSftat A (n.
.. &t,dl,rf f D 0 A.'; IfAtBKPOBfi Treasurer. -
'i,7linl KIM, , , ,1 I ,,i u,,n ...
KENNEDY '8 HBDIGAI, 018.
OOVKBT iaacknowledsed bv thnmont ena.
ieut physicians, and by the most careful drutrgbtn
throughout tbe united States, to be themoet effectual
nfoan.mirineT erer Known, anet to nave reuerAii men-
sunenng, anai eueoteu more sermaneni 1
onree. than
inv nrtinaration
anown u too proic
proieeslont' 'Scrofula,
ialt BbeumvurywipeeU) ecaia-neaa, eoeir, ernationi
t wnaueeeei nature, are ciukhi uy a row potties, ana
itbes'UiU',),for6.d t0 strength and Vigor. Full1
and explicit aireciionsiur tne'eureor'uicereosore
legs, and other oorrapt ana raunt ng oioersi is
nln
the umnhlet with each bottle. For Bale br J
Nil.
MJHUQN flriceS),,,
rABIi, Buiaa.iungiaia a uu., ana utuuuB
ni'J a; til in u,,"!""'-
ofFICtS !OKsTlB PASHEn".'
OKR RAILriOAH"'!-
tmnPAWT .OWilUKMUUM-a,
itrtikT,s.iVt.cortior'j;iurii ,
and uace-streeta. October-
la. 1809. rnie roaa it now inn. iw. iiiiiirf
at Intervale ef ten jsinutoe, from 5:30 A. M. uh.
yrraia ei leiieMiiutes, rrom 6:30 A. M. uh.
fecteTea
b-SWMittt.auilth.jandTionijrilUtatreeti U,
KcUrth
ibjW4a UaenwianUaw Jbear In, njiiid that ttht
4ia4ai.tT vitliiiAMllftei BOBBIN!,, J-eaaWMnt.'1.
vi'Hi Jua:iflfu ulB iif' 'i ' ,1 1 1 I'1
1 J)St:Ji 1 '
art j,;06 .aqfrrmo'l
iirll"10 J W-l0.elltiH Httitii-I I "I
oWaewgriieaee falwb1s.yjScgrett
var.WttimMJdl . I
CUILUftJEaa' tURS, " J of
StdMbtefotfaniidesrjlfe).
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pOB BEST QROCEBIKS XA.IQ.jd
'MirtlSrtttitnilst bidioiu rnCOLTSB'U, ,f
SWEET CIDER G0'TO"'"ve
edl
I 1 , vvsvl Hi la Os ' 1A
deW'i.l.i-! v nMoSi'JlSaadmMaia-atreet.
sftiiV rfsiisniu trim
SA'rfTflNKR
(jl.TUit'a .1,1
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nugyi fiaiu-etreelj t
.Jdl''BOOTK;1 EOOS'AND LARI trn4H
m euiuatia adl toiwM.vmmvt'ifiA.K'zS'V
lu " m iwvnrs mr tnoee splendid I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
-roit TUK-
RbbertClarJje&
srf 1-i
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Jva ii
flfa.llr. n 'ifr??
! , - '- tl !(
3 :1t
:t i ;tr, y seuiijpwu s tucuwh;.! . ...
Illustrated by Mllllas, Cnswlck, Mac Use ana oilier.
Beautifully printed on tinted paper. Svo.ulotn
, iextra, amorocco extra or anthrae, Js.- K.
GaUeiry uf DiaUngulsheoV English and
Amerloan Semae s?oetsr , . l; 7
Vltbaq Introductory Essay by Prof.Ooppee. Printed
' '6n-,oned paper and -magnlflcentfy Illustrated
' with 100 steel engravings, mostly from original,
designs, by distinguished artists, and executed in
the highest stile of art.- Imperial Hvo.t richly
bound in morocco gilt or antique, $12 MU. . .
T" ;,'.', llrtdnigpniery's, potiaa,';.
Edited by Bev. Bobert A. Wllmott Illustrated with
designs by Foster, Wolf, Gilbert, Ac. Kn Braved
. 7by the Brothers Dnlilol, and beautifully printed
"on tinted paper. 8ro. cloth extra. Hsi- iiiotooco.
-' extra onuuique, 1 a.
Sabbath Bells, : tti
(JUmfrd by ths Foete.. BIchly illustrated-. - frlce,
,.-cothil,75;mqro.cco3.7.'.-' ,.. : , -, .
..V.Ppeof the,irbode:,f;, l;:.
Passages from the Pop t. descriptive of Foreet Scenei,
. erofnsely-.illustrtedl.r,ioiLlothfi (J Tai Tur
-.key, 13 13., t,,,. , ",, ,''-
i -Jiongfellow'a JPoeae..
Beautifully illustrated by Gilbert. 1 large Ho. vol.
AuMijee olptb 7; aatlaus morocco lid. , 1 "V-C
- Shsltspeare'e Merchant or Venice a
Illustrated by llt'rket Foster and olhere", in the style
, of Oiay's Elegy, . Extra cloth $1 M,; morocco
8; calf, elegant, J5. - i ' 3 - - "ji
'a f'-iyym'mnitn.,dh-':-"
Drawn and colored from 'Nature.'' By "Mrs. fjj Ml
. Badges with aa Introductory by Mr, Xull. HI.
, . goutney. 1 Vol, large folfo, with ii pages colored
- ' Ithntr.tloan . Turkey moroooo Bios antiaue mo-
:soece,fis.ti; ... ,;, ,. ,,...
Lallao, oohh, ., ,1?J-
Beautifully prlntod by Evans, on tinted paper. II--
Itntrated with tuoerb wood enirMlnir.. frAita d-
:ielgB4byAHarTeyj eter, and other". ro, jiphly
s gut,uoui, v, morocco, gut ox, 1(4110. tie, ja. ....
I.a Foutalue.,.: '.'.)
Fables. Illustrated by Orandeville. Translated by
- B. Wnsbt, jr. Tinted paper, Svo, Turkey.mo
.triocoe.llliWwrooeoaiiUiJua,,) w ; illlu,,. , n
'. if 1 1 Raphael's Madonnas, i - .-.-
Thirteen photograph illustrations of 'he Malonnra,
as executed in the highest style of art, by Hufna-
- gei,wria iiinstnuiooa eompuea ny. jan.ea.ryrvalk
i ear, ,4t0b. superbly, bouudiiu morooeo extra, or
... anluue, 12, .... " ''
Dies irae, . . . 1 a:
.in. I i
lu Thirteen Original Versions. By Abrahsm Ooles.
svo,, aorocoo, gt or antique, Jt. . i , .rv.
."' ILitrUTBATED ,' AIBUMS.
Thick Drawing Paper, with Illmtratlobl and Tth.
gray Inge, splendidly bnrthd in rich morocco arid
gilt edges, arabesque p itterns, medium size. $10;
uBMir, q, .cap, 00, -. in, imtne.in musnn,' rj
gilt, medlem, $; dstny, tAM e,3 74,.
ly
A large stock of ..
..mi
,,,.,.( .JUVENILES.,-.
tSolndlng the Works of Bdgeworih, Abbott, Edgar,
, l umiuh Auiiua, ..tuivuK, .liBsue, mayne iteiu,
Marryatt, and a host af other frltOds of yonlll.''
"' ' ' "-Aiso-'5-" ' ,J" "'
Au extensive and rich assortment of , , .,
f BIBLE8 AN D TESTAM ENTS,,
Psalms and Hymns. Prayers. Betmona. and an In.
fluite variety of Works on Thoology and Science,', .
' ' ALSO- ' ,,,..
A full supply of li " i-- t m , 1 a, 1' av
." ""'FiilicV' StaticSnerv ' t
''including-
Forte. mcnnales.
Hit ,1,1.'!'
wora-ooxee,
rrriltu
ugDeakSi 1 ' .. t.l
tii 1 1aper..ntves,. , 11. . ,
t
uueesnen,,
flliL T.),liK:
Back-gammon Boards, 1 , u . , ,
Card Uasea. Dominoes.
.1 , . , Water Paints, . i ,
(..'.tint ,u. ua K?""'ua
Paper Vergiits, AS.; Ac.
,n -i :IM-..,i ,.
-.1 :
R OBTs' CLARKE -"co.,
' 55 Wfcst Fdtirthistrfeet.1 '
" '-' a ' deXei a" ' -i. '
Glycerole of Arnida;
fllHIS REMEDY1 FOR' IRTTISES," CUTS,
-,i Bunts, Dcalds, Bheumallo. Painei Aa.,ls un-
rtraied,, l-.very
in case it acclde
hvery family should have it at band for use
euts. rrepareaana lop sale ny
'I'
8DIBB, KOKBIKLS A 00.,
Opposite the Postofllce.
de26o
Brown's Broncliial Troches.
lO -B,6W'i. BROWN'S . KRONCHIAL
-sa-Vr Troches receired and for sale by , ,
de2Sc-
a ... yppoBite tne tostpulce.'
,.jH. f lliVfi OL
.'Unit.
, 1 , .,
100
CASES OLIVE OIL.
QUARTS
and pints, receired and for sale by 1
BUIBB, BOKSTEIH A-00.. !
' ' Qapoeite the PostoUoe.
:Sl5fr.
; lVIarshmallow Drops.
t Ofl 30XES ' JBEfiH. MARSHMAL
MMWW DB0P8 receired and for sale by
. 1, , BUIBB. KCKSmS A UO.,'' I
'Meaio '-I 'Opposite the Poatocoi:
Benzlne-KiTdrBloTe8. T
"" 1 ttA 1
Tr ID GIAVEty WritIN CLEANED WXTH
Aa. BeBiine; look as welpaj new.. . Try It, aa ure-
pared br
BUIBB, KOKbTKIN AGO.
de2f,-ct
Opposite thS
US POStofflcai
Havana Cigars
111 111. in .,'.. . A. . in ,
W1
HAVtB
JUST RECEIVED AN-
. U-l'HKH-etlMnlfil hs m . imIoI IbM.ri.
ueuiueuir me oest nre-osnt Cigars sold In lbs Unitt
Btatcs.
1 AbtiO A full assortment pi all the best i
geuuine BaranaH Imported. For sale by
.'J "f " BUIBB, BOKBTBtN
brandK of
A. tin
'U3-cO Mil I
Opposite the PostoflW a.
1 1.
qhllbjatn Lotton.
-At REMEDY 1 FOR - .FR03TED ..PEET,
Uhllblains.Ac. .Psepand and for eale b;
"dvUr''1
Yr"i fr- urr or we V ..4'
it Eiunpi AlJX a KjJ.f
OppoMHty-tliB Pbntoflpf
H01JDA "WLWS
'" I gxtllij., ,1-y,
"0 V i ,i.J
.1 l-...k. i..n
.ii'ii.atid i.J oi
i,.HI lln ,lt u f',j,tllliJ
New Styles French CasslmeWHi
nw sill iir',tlLw.JmAi ,ww'.;
,1 , ,. it "rV Bve agrees nuia.'",
... ...i, o, taut 1, .n,. t,, al.lt
.1 .
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deSt. liinil Mi , ei, hi tja-door belowi Vourt
it:,Ml,K 11 .i.w-r-rn, , 1 W:ff
iOTjrirfSSei ?Br 'IrWaJA r'SPOS on hi
,wt loii.BTorji one v
eriVroV'tHeeOnrlnl
Drlce and on eaar
time. Ho also repairs, times, ar
reasonabli
!"". J .1-1,1
J0H6
no
aKer,uaiiar-st.,seol
' mrnini.' Mim-
lends,' iHd the ;
anioi
nasesl tiuSI A, itB Ana t, Jb,.i.u. . .
oi lb.steViMhisis.iiA rvonl . .
!Mdb;
call my old place on Uanal-street, ueak Viloat
CUWEiOLD'1' WINES' AND 1 BKAJDI A
' JiIHK UO,'LIIJA.Ytf.A!lMrwauply,of .J
iHiWilescrlniiouioi1 old Wines aiiTBrVtle", at'
'.iie2i nltr erneri NlntbiaaeaneMtriU-, .
' ' k. s pviifiiiuiia'u
Evv"i7AMJtJsT,' isJ&mi vt di7'!an d
il Ustze.lA
mt- l,Kl.WW)lw,aull,ypelljtreMl y
Meuaio,
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WB WOULfllSlT fBiT OUR STOCK
r One Watches, Jewelry and e)ilvrr Wars 1
now full and complete. Thankful for the very lib
eral ana generooe petreaege -w-hieb Iwa eeea 1
tendedSDiBar.eembliabment for more leant'
re years, we take, this method of luvltlng our
friends, and the publlo generally, te eontinue their
favors, feeling oiireetrea la. a- far better condition
now than foimerly. to pleaa. their moet fastidious
fancies. " ' ' '' r "' ' ' " J '-.'., a . 1
We beg leare to call attention., to a new article
Jewelry, made from the new metal. Aluminum, .
SjfM-te-MJ--wr '''';''""",
Our store Is'well.anpilled with .ralnable artlolee,
suitable for preaeutt rorlthpproahing holidaye.
The damage io our Bilrer-ware Manumctory by tbe
late fire Is now fully repaired,- and all we now need
rre'VWM
promise full satisfaction to all who may please, to,
favor US with tbelr caih.' ' -
K. A D. KIN8BT, M West Fifth-street.
Tbe AJguastnrice paid- (be. W ' Uoln T all
kieda, -t n030-amf f
BEGGS & SIPTH,
" No." if West Fourth-streets : V
Having refitted their qtore.liave filled It with tbe
,, most extenalve assortment of ., ...
Fine Gold and SUyer Watches,
SILVER-WARE, FUSE JEWELRY
.' -r::"f;'.'i-Ar-;; .
FAKTCTSr GOODS
nor brought to the Western eonatry, Theae doods
are KEW, selected by- one ot their Armr jost rei
turned from Mew York many articles of direct Im
portation from Europe.
Don't fall to give them a call, If Ton Vrant a Gobi
or Oliver Watch, Hire or- Plated Tea.4Ut, Diamonu
other-(Ihe'BIng, or aoyartlole aeoally kept in
n 11 waa i' ami
doiaijal.ldp-
LAKQICHT assortment in the olty.
Christinas Gifts!
4 . ) oil-. si ; 4 q o :i iiaa
U HAVE JUS I RECEIVED NEW
.. ,0OyD8 by Expresj, and our assortment of ,
ConehXing of
Htidaon'a Bay SaUej ; "'J .".''-.i.
. Stone Marten r
" 't u"i Cariudo, ettld Mloli 8atiieV-.': '
rtr;ii n Flteh, 8lberlaa8eulrirliiko;,
Is complete and unusually inritlog- We here a great
variety of nice and handsome eeta of ' -
CHILDREN'S FURS.
AL80-Fur Glovos.'Ooilars. Bobes, Fur Coats, o.
' Welnvlteall purehasera of . - - ' ' ,;
CHRISTMAS GIFTS,
To call and make selections from our stock of useful
and seasonable presents-, which we offer at rew low
prloess-ii 1 1 1 :,., ..
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No. 03 Wees Thl'rd-istreet. '
T77T7
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T
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GREAT .BARGAINS!
lo'ibob ,iosr
CLOAKS! :
$10i000 111
GOODS
$10,000 la.
A
t
1 ii 1 1 1 1 .i
' 1 1 A. VI V
DresS'lTrijttamings!
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Comprising the entire .etosk , at, Q, Lewis, at lh
laiaar,. directly opposite the Postofllce, Keoolleui,
.they,; ' "' - - "
MUST BE SOLD!
delOam-H, O: GIEBERT.Aislernee.
PARAFFINE OILS!
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Walnut-street, Cincinnati, 0.
7"E INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
riorjto any in the mai ket.
eXtr We inrlte those la tbe olty and vicinity to
call. and examine for themselves.
spar o persons ordering from a distance, sells.
ractioDguaranteed in all oasea. Address
n P. It. HASKIN, Ajflenr, or 1 J
A. u. huiiukm, Treaenrer. '
, t luaunnuit vj. w. m. t
Tr u n t u i
. Oil, Han. Co.,
It 1 1 , 97 Whlnut-street,.Ulncinnatl.
IlOtlDAMSIl
laEAii aAROAusiiiF- Fjiyi oold
and Bilrer Watches and fine Jewelry, consist,
ing of i u
ALSO A fine asortment of Silver and Plated"
ware, -consisting of , -; , n
Tea setinii, Waiters- -i i t ..i I'
Communion-ware, Cake-Baaketsr,
Castors, Caps, sDblats,Jrtsor gtamii.,, 1
i.ii
, ..4M,W, y,M, OIIWI1B, AO.
K. B Thtf
. The test
plated Tea-sets can be bought
r-eet. Also. l!r Jio
from tS4-.to43S-tser.aet. Also, llrer 8noenMnd
(rwi,,.w,iiwiw wjuai iucoiu
ow price of SI SO per ouuee, at
equal to coin, will be sold., at tbe
WMiOWEN.
de!9bw " W. W. corner" Fourth and' Main-streets
I",
O Y S T E R S.
CINCINMATI. .
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tin ; Piktitatf
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TOY STOVES.
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JuSt retslvob be KxnreSSn 11 ,(,:.. ,
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niw it , it SB West FoOrtl
'eVel HII I VU.MMit MsiS.,
JSA aa,a,iJwi arirsrsiST, ATTOIttlc'
ta I A. A. t in suirsrSSST, ATTOrfflsty'
Stttet.

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