ANDY W. FBABCISOO. JOHN D. OAL
WBNBDA Y: .
1 I L JL. -A-Sjp-A-H
St. John's Day—Free Masons.
The Orir ef 7m Mesoiw. AaU themselves
?. UatXJirth-d7, to inUU the officers ol their
Lodges. The chaitwiat of the Apostle and
-jMoompiallhinhr'hll' DiWd Master,
An th seet thai a had th oati of, tba
cruoifllrio'ifcVf'th ttsociatU of till nam
with of-mclwit Jmkttrnity of Fret
and Aooepted Huoni peculiarly Interesting.
Whan St. John i4 jttftlaad gnat age, It is
reported he fwble. that ha eould not
Alk tg.fbe awernbles-of thahurqhho
therefore earned hintielf to he camSdinby
yonng men." He was" no longer able to lay
muchlmt' Tie'cnAaaly-rpted tW words,
T"UU,oAnarev,IpT one Another." nO kei
ing 'asked why he ooniuntly repeated thia'
one saying, ha replied, "Became, it. is tie'
cothrfiind ef thd Ikifd; and eaoaghii done if
.this H done." 'Thee irorSi shortl Hav en
echo noljflBroifglloar earoonntryr - tT". j
This charitable and: sotrl, orgi!iation ex
tendi over tbA whoU United States, and, while
aecfiotaal feHa g.appeeri n the ehurohef and
in Congress, may prove th wt bond of uniou.
VMayaUtha ions, of neace ' l(-.
Their etery greci Improve, ' j
Till diKord through the nation cesae,
- n Ana with. wort belOT."" ---toi " j
Masonry ii represented as opening' a new
. temple to man, and ereoti a new altar abort
all prejudice, and dissensions and selfishness -a
temple dedloated to friendship,. Lots, and
Trath, where men of all partita are taught to
lay auide their differences and their hypocrisy,
and meet on the eommoo ground of truth and
oharity. , The lodges are designed to "be the
asylums of peace and lore; political or reli
gious diipnteaean never enter there.and within
their peaoe-inspiring walls uien 'of antagonis
tioal faith meet as brothers, and bind them
selves by solemn tows to fulfill the Chrittian
law of Iota, and to do good to all men, at
they have opportunity or ability.
'The reason of the seoreoy of 'theVnlVereal
language of the order is, that thereby a per
petual bond df 'anion' Arid' 'amity results
among. the .members.
t "Speed on, ye faithful brother! 1 speed ! ,
And bh eelngi with you go,
Still aid the wfdow In hernaed,
., , And soothe the orphan's woe I. r
Still by the heart-tick stranger's side,'
With words of kindneas'stay, , J
And bid the deep and troubled tide
, Of sorrow pass away a ' 1
. ' Y generous bend I long may yon stand. "
The greybeard and the youth I
Shoulder lo shoulder, hand to hand, "
In Honor, Virtue, Tmth !
President and Half a Congress.
The Presi dent's message was read in tbe
Senate yesterday. " He denies the power of
Congress to intervene in the disposition rf
,'alaTorytn the ' Territories. Ho claims that
the Courts are (o determine this subjeot. Sen
ulor Jeff. Davis, animadverted upon .this posi
tion of the President, and urged that Con greet
should intervene for right of slaveholders in
tho Territories, After the reading of the meg
aago the Senate, not having any printer, ad-
journed until Friday., (wj ... :..v ,
We present a short lummary of the pbinte
of the President's Heasage part on the first
, The Message was not even read in. the
House, It remaining, disorganised. It was
proposed to elect a Speaker for ten days, that
the - Poaloffiee appropriations Jnight bt made-
- , . '. . . '
- not me proposition was not received. The
., twenty-seeond ballot resulted in Sherman
laektng four votes ol being elected Speaker.
Delegates to the Columbus democratic
The Democracy of this city and oounty held
"meerlngs In the different Wardi sndTown
' ships, last night, for the purpose of eleotiDg
delegates te the Columbus Convention, to be
held on Thursday, January 6. .The delegates
were instrooted to vote for delegates to the
Charleston Contention who were favorable to
the nomination of Douglas for the Presidency.
' The following are all the Wards that were
. beard from at the time of going to press:
Tint Ward P. Foxj alternate, E. A. Fer
guson. BeoondWard J. feell Pollock.' ' '
I! Third Ward J. Connellyk' . i
Fourth Ward G.W.C.Johniton.
Fifth Ward-W. 6. Halpin;
Sixth Ward J. B. Mallory
Eighth Ward J. Q'Dowd. 1 ,
-kt:u tit i a at - '
Tenth Ward ,
Eleventh Ward John Vandiok: Alternate,
Twelfth Ward J. Eilers, V. EiohenUub.
i Thirteenth WardD. Hannan; alternate,
Hugh Campbell. ,
Fourteenth Ward B. P. ChurohilL i
Fifteenth Ward John Sean.
Sixteenth Ward T. 0. Tiernon.
, Seventeenth Ward r- , r,
:C. . a - - i :- niA) x .
;t What We Eat, and Whom We Marry,
. The IiratlU pf this eity adverts to the pro
po'sed legal interdiction by Kentucky, of the
marriage of cousins, and submits tome perti
nent reflections upon the subject, Illustrating
' its views by reference to the significant fact
that the vigorous race of Israel has existed for
thirty-three oentoriss, a healthy, moral, in
telligent, sober and industrious people. It
i Attributes t this almost, miracolons - nAiional
peculiarity to their observance of the laws of
Hoses, in their marriage, to their rests and
pleasures, and much to their food.. Tbe
' writer favors a soientlfio Investigation fato the
, Sales in oar markets, that the purchaser may
' be protected from diseased meat or flesh ofun-
XleSA . Coasts. What we ant and hnm
. uimtrj nrv 4uoibiQui oi imponanoa. .
Death of an Ex-Congressman.
Hon. Timothy Jenkins, a distinguished law.
, yer of Central New York, djed at Martins
' burg, in that State, on Saturday last.' ' He was
ora In Barre, Mass.; January 29, 1799. He
fommenoed the praetiee of law i' Oneida
, ConDty, K. Y., and was District Attorney
therein until he resigned the office on being
' eleeted a Representative In Congress. He
served in that body daring 1846-8 and 1851-2,
' . Fiai IN Woicistii, Mass. On the night
of the 82d inst., a fire broke out In the oard
factory building of T. K. Eerie A Co., In Wor
cestei, which wat partially destroyed, with a
aamber of sewing machines owned by Thoa.
Xarle, ho about lf ,0M, partially iniure
Death of an Ex-Congressman. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVith CONGRESS—1st SESSION,
BKHATJt ThAPresldeBt's annual message
wu Drongni in oy invrmiaeni'i etecreiarr.' ,
Mr. iTemon, of 0. , mored that it be reed.
Mr. ColleaMr, ol Vrbject ,. tbe iinderUod.
las emoDg the Scnstore ni that ao kualneaa shonld
be done durluf the Uhrlitmaa week.
Tbe qnretlon vu debated by Messrs, Darle, Fes-
eudvn, Bayard, and others, wbeu the motion of Mr.
Irereon prevailed. Yeas 28; naies 13.
" Tl n0 8tC TTCIftF y Of I It? BflflAW th)B lrlftsi HTrBWSll(fvr-
' M. CIlDguiaa, of N. C, proposed to postpone the
consideration to wesaa unlH January 3.
Sir. Bright, of Indiana, said it would be better to
adopt the usual course, lie mored that the menage
r tifl u SrTfolldei , as theSehate oad'
'Bo priate yet- - r r- ' . . -r
Thla eoorse was parauad, and the Onate adjourned
till rriday. I
HOUS. Tbi message of thp President was
recetTed. ' i. j n ,-i 1 .
, tr. John Oochraoe, of Ke York, maved that It
be laid on tbe table until the Houseeffecteah organ,
iiatlon. ' - "' ''h i' 'J 1 p '''
' Jtr Oralge, of Ksrth Carvllna, moved , to amend
theaotioaau that the meiaage be received and read,
Mr. Cochrane accepted the amendment. - ' ' -
- Moch noltement prarailed, the Bepublicaa aim
kersealUngfor iba yeas and. aays.,, - . . ., ,
Jt call of the House was ordered.
Mr. Htantoa, of Ohfo, argued that' there wu nd
precedent for reading the message when the House
"Mrra'gin1 withdrew his amendment, and tbe
6riglnal motion was agreed to. .
'MrvalEiith, of Va.,lhen lasumed bia remarks on
theslavary ujaeetioe, referring to iu history for years
past, and causing numerous long extracts to be read
la luppoftof hla position. - , -
Mr: Houston, of Ala., offered alresolutlon propos
ing. Ateraporary. Speaker lot ten days, notumg to
be done in tne meantime except me -te
nees thdncieecies aad liabilities of the Post.
efUca Department, when the office shall become va.
cant and ih House proceed to the election of a
Speaker ' 1
. T)bBepub!reaa aide Objected to the iutroduotloa
of the reeolution. .
u. u . t. bfinwn that the ob-
jeotioa came from the republicans, who pretena
(reataympatnyior lueuovurumemiuaii "TIT"'
but are not willing to adopt a moasure w.''
to their relief. 1 n,.
Mr. Weehburne, of 111., said they would acdet,'"'
reeolution if John tiberutau'e name was lnerrteu
lhA hlATik .
Mr. Washburn, of Ms.,- wished it to be known thai
the Republicans want to elert a Bpeaker for the wnole
The roll of the House was then baited, preliminary
tr a vote for Hpeaker. v '
, the Home ibeu proceeded to the twenty-second
ballot, with the following result: Whole number ol
votes 208. Necessary to a choice 105. Sherman 101;
Scott, of C'aL, W; Houston 14; Gllmanlt; Bovock U;
Uaclay 12; scattering ii. Adjourned..
. Cbtttinuatto of Report from First Pagt.
He had good reason to believe, until re
cently, that he would have beeu able to announce
our difficulties with Ureat Britain as Uually ad
justed in a manner bonoiably aud satisfactorily to
butb parties. 1'roru causos, nowever. which tireat
Britain had nut anticipated, she had not mt com
pleted the treaty arrangements with Honduras and
Mcaragua, and in pursuance of tbe understanding
of the two governments. It Is, nevertheless, conn
deotly expected that this will shortly be accom
plished. In relation to the San Juan difficulty, he
entertained no doubt ot the validity of Our title; lie
was happy to state that what was telt to Oeuerul
Scott's discretion , could not have boen plaoed in
batter bauds. General Scott has successfully ac
c mpiisued his tmssiorr, aud there was no loiiferany
reason t apprehend the culliojoit of the reipoctive
torces during the iiendiugol u. gutlaiious. Ilu speaks
with regret ofthe unimproved condition of Mfluirs in
Mexico. Uo speaks on the subject at length. Out1
rus of the worn descriDtkm. he Buvs.tue coiuuiit'
tod on persons aud property, aud there ieecarcely
any form of injnry which has not been suffered l y
our citizens there during a lew years ruut.
We are noiiiiually at peace with Hoxico, but as far
a the luteicsts ot out coiniuerce uud our cilizgus
there in any private rapneity are concerned, we
might as well be at war. II r. Mcl.aue, iu August
last, wrote: "I hope the President will feel autuor
ited to ask from Uongress for power to enter Mnxicp
with military torces at the call of the eoustittitioual
authorities in ardcr to protect our citizens and
triy rights. Unless such power Is conferred upon
him, the evils must increase," and the Preside it
adds, "i have been reluctantly led to the same opin
ion, and 1 feel bound to announce this conclusion to
Uougress. Ibis is a Question which relates to the
future m well as to the past and the present. The
aiUwui.'b bereuuirfa and wuicn interests all com
mercial countries, is that which should belong oul)
to this Government to render, not ouly by virtue of
our neighborhood to Mexico, but by virtue also ot
our established policy, which is inconsistent with
me intervention oi any European power iu the do
mestic concerns of that Kopublic, aud for the reasons
staled, the President recommends the passage of a
law authorising him to employ such a military force
to eutnr Mexico for tbe purpose of obtaiuiug Indem
nity for the luluiv. ijhuulu volunteers be selected,
such a force could be eaxilrraised hi this country
among tbose who sympathize with the sufferings of
our fellowrcilizens iu Mexico, and with the uubappy
condition of that country.
Huch an accession to the forces of the Gonstitntional
Government would enable it soon to reach the
tie lecomuieads the establishment of military post
across the Mexican Una in Bouora and Uhlhttahua,
for the protection of the lives and property or Ameri
cans against Indian depredations. lie recommends
the establishment uf a temporal government iu
Arlionla. - ,.,
He thiakstbe provisions of tbe recent treaty with
Nicaragua can not fail to be satisfactory.
He recommends a law anthorizingtheeniployiuent
of a naval force (or the purpose of protecting Ameri
cans passing by the Panama, Nicaragua anuTehaun
tepec routes, and again recommends that authority
be given to employ the naval force to protect Ameri
can commerce against the seizure aad confiscation
py Mexico and the Bpanlah American Hiatus'
. He refers to the failure ofthe Postofnce appropria
tion, and recommends the passage of a bill at the
earliest possible day, to pay the amonnt due the con
tractors, with the interest, and also to make the
necessary appropriations for the Postolnce Depart
ment for the current year. "
He reeommends a railroad to the Paciflo, for the
reasons which he has heretofore gi ven. 1
lie says that It appears from tbe report of the Sec
retary of the Treasury thai it is extremely doubtrul
wbetber we shall be able to pasa through the pres
ent and next fiscal year without additional revenue,
should a denctency occur, be recommends that the
necessary revenue be raised by an increase of the
present dnties on Imports.
In conclusion he recommends to the just liberality
of Uougress the local interests of the District of Co
lumbia. If additional demands are ereated upon the Treas
ury by tbe legislation of the present Congress, pro
visions must be made to meet them by such an in
crease In the tariff duties as may be required for that
purpose. In atiah event, he respectfully refers Con-
Jress to his last report contaiuing the views of the
lepartment on that subject.
As no provision has been made for the permanent
redomptlon of any portion of the twenty millions
Treasury notes, aud as the authority for issuing
them will expire on the3)thaf June next, it will b
neoeesary for Congress to extend tbe law for that
purpose for anothsr period.
WASHrsoToit, Deoembor 27. The proposals
for the remainder or the !20.000 Treasury notes
were opened to-day.: The bids amounted to about
t675,0o. The sum of 8ia),tXi was taken at CM per
cent., and the balance will be distributed pro ratit
among the other bidders, who all offered 6 percent.
I iXhe tjecretary of the Treasury in bis report dose not
doubt that tbe actual receipts into the Treasury
for the present and next tiecaf year will be fully eotial
to the estimates. If the appropriations made at thu
f resent session do not exceed the amount contained
n the astiiuales, it is believed that they can be met
with the ordinary and extraordinary receipts alreadv
provided by law. The estimated balance that will be
in the Treasury on the 30tb of June next Is only
13.(30,000, and leaves no margin foradditlonal appro
priations. If, theretere. tbe impropriations should
sxoeed the estimates or Congress should determine to
provide within this period lor the payment of any
portion of the public debt, it will become necessary
to make provision for such contingencies.
The steamer Anacosta. which hastily left Wash
ington several days ago, has nothing to do with tho
Maryland oyster difficulties, as surmised, but is on
secret Government service, tho nature of which can
not be ascertained, hhe Is fully armed. "
Beuaior Brown, of Miss., iutimatsd to-day his In
tention to attack that part or the President's Mes
sage which suggests the judiciary a proper tribunal
to afford an adequate remedy in cases of Interference
with tbe rigbt of a master to bis slave in the terri
tories, instead of recommending Congressional ac
tion for protection.
Tbe Postmaster General givos an interesting ac.'
couutof the affaire of his departniont. He advocates
Various reforms and trusts that Congress will either
give Its exprees sanction to the specific contract for
carrying the mails between Portland and Hew Or
leans by voting the necessary appropriation, or will
Indicate for tbe department such a course of admin
istering as shall warrant it in closing with some one
of tbe proposals which have been received and now
held under advisement.
He urges action to secure suitable postoffices In
NewYerkand Philadelphia, and recommends the
repeal of the clause of the act of l&'e, which declares
that in forwarding tbe mail to foreign countries the
preference shall be given to an Annerlcau overfoieigu
steamships departing from thbsume port for the same
destination within three days ot each other. ,
Dispatch Is the highest consideration In tbe mis
sion of this department, and hence that legislation
which provides for retard lug iustead of accelerating
the mails may be safely pronounced at least extraor
dinary In lis character. The Poetotflce Department,
according to the theory of its organization, must b
self-sustaining, and because of the peculiar charac
ter of its fuctions, should not beacharge on the com
Ho advocates the abolition ofthe franking priv
ilege, and the substitution of prepayment by stamps,
when the abuses wuld fall where they belong, on
the Government oflioials, by whom they were perpe
trated. . ,
The Secretary of the Navy, lio speaking of the sue.
ceasful termination ofthe Paraguay expedition, says
tli at the coet for maintaining the seven purcbssed
vessels in commission Is not much greater thau I hat
of maintaining a single stesm-frigate. Their acqui
sition enables tbe department to adopt mure e Ulcieut
measures for the suppresison of the African slave
trade. Since tho commencement of tbe present Ad
ministration, twenty steam vessels have been added
to the Navy, and therefore renews his recommenda
tion of a stilt further increase of the Navy. J nstesd
of perpetuating old vessels, or expending millions in
the construction of a few large shlpv, it is earnestly
roeommended to prosecute with vigor the lino of
policy which has been adopted by Congress, and add
a much larger number of steamships, which can be
uiHintatnetl at a comparatively small cost.
It is a source of extreme regret and mortification
that we are now at times obliged to sit by pasalvoly
and see in some forslgo countries Amerioau citizens
Imprisoned, plundered and murdered, because the,
mu,t a as uot tue mean te protect or retirees
He urges an Innrease In the marine, medical
I tiuiiH of thm rtarfiiiiH aviuasirotii dutiDsT th But TtwrJ
ClMUsll I Mrts)'
I - . . . - .. . . " ..7.
Ambrose 'w. ThomDson nnrooses securlns a very
valuable transit "depot and naval awtion, and coal
privlleses, in the Province or UblrlUl,'aMlrJi aai
liofon tba Atlautwaiid another on -the facirjc side.
The gecrotarr of War saya of the .(irnw. . that of
nearly W,9O0 men, not more than 11,010 are 'availa
ble for active service iu the field, aad arw ecatlornd
nm u.iTU of three milliona snnare ml Im. Sr
hone to makatoca alteration In the disposition of
troops next season as will prevent anTTepstitlonur
tneuutrnnue In luture on me southern aon JUexloan
border. jHa reoonituenda the enlistment (If laea for
a mountnil coree lor six montni. peainuini In Mar.
r rn actum paiwn inuisnn, niirmss isptore pwin
to innmauai pro-wvee, mnt m rHH tutu uuxseuum
hlp,-tha dlecipliiM, auid, l point of economy great
auvaataiiea accrue w tn cuumry. n, leoosnnsuqi
a provision for retiring, aisabied and f nnrm ofdeere,
itieaauretvt iiiaaaaiug jli
II la not deemed advisable
jw " ie
iti speaks favorably of bMch-lohdig arsaav 'Jt
does sot- appear neaesmry to xemest any oonsld
rable. appropriations for additional masonry work
forfortffltWRns. T,,,f' ' ' ' ' j.-'-
rJ tubas arsnot etroac-enoogh etlar m good de
tent- againat shipping may. whoa an emergency
arises, be reiuforced at a small expense by earthen
haitarlea nroDfcrlV combined wtthtlieia lor-mtitaal
lustKxrt, and oi.saohuteut as to glvs.au .aggregate
SIUUHUSUI VI sumigu, jwnoi , . , .
Thn armrln Utah remains inactive; SUrT Stands in
in attitude of s menacing force toward a eei)uered
aad iuIIsa people. H is satisfied that the preserva
tion of rlaht and lattice through th meant of any
Jurisprudence known or noofntsed by the people, of
ne united states, is impossible in mat territory.
. There Is, in the present attitade of affairs, scarcely
any necosslty for tne presence of troops there, and
they will be otherwise disposed of dqriag the ooming
The abora named RecretarfoS rto wherein Ihey
have largely reduced thefr estimate and expenditures
aaoumpaied with pre vioas yoars -. . ..,.,-...
. ihe tsocroury ot the Ulterior says mat uunng ins
five auartors cntlins In Hentember. the sale of land
yielded over 1,I07,0IJ0, and' S,S17,000 acr located
with bouni.y warrants. Among the several., recom
mendations it that a law be passed In a spirit Ot lib
erality, to toe settlers on anocoupitm wiu,-itvw,ut
to eacb two yeeurs frosa the date of flllag bis.declam y
atory staument, wituln which to make nil proof
and pay for hla land, aad, at the same time, making
it lnciimuentou tne rrasraoni to vser jor-puviN saie
by proclamation, all lai.ds that may have, been eur
vuved by tbe authority of Congress, at any time
within two years after tVe plat of or"verhave been
approved. -" "jv '
ueaiso uggeats a uariuer wr pxeveuuiig irauus.
(ll tltiugs considered, our relations with the Various
'tilAIl HUM LUUtlDUCQ null, , luv na IU a
,1 'Bciuiy tionaitlou.
!! ets to add tUat cVBclal doortments furnish
ifflcuSt evidence to justiV the belief that the most
IVrocions abs." 01 murder an d rapia charged to the
?nt,tiliia',aue have bean in reality committed
T. -rivf.. mn wearing the aisguise oi Indians
.ameUorate the condi
llossures have been
tion of the Indians. . Jhe-poffcy now w to-gawer
L 11 l?tl S ttcurred for a
the nsceesary expense whicn wu,
census, reiiuiriug ts,iivii n thB.Pi
it is believed both wist andjust tocoi 'Rf
lion tu tlm pitreh A.li.lrtbuUuu U,' ;-
i ultural wltfoe u( auvU varieties of Plaut-Jds, cut-'
lings, 4c, us Imvenot already been inl."f' J?
ii.ri.nnin . H Mom mends an bodtoL rtation to
provide ouuveuientaceommudatious fur. thO, vourts
uf.the Ciiited States in Nea-York.'
',' BnAacfiVp'PiPita .in hoLahd, Tho Ba5
liBh joiirnuJs're'po'rt tbst'itf consequence bfthe
upptecedont&dlj brisk slate of the publishing
trade,. the demand for paper has grown to." an
extent uniitiua.iiy;disprpportioped to the' sup
ply, and Ibpiaanufaoturerahave oonsbquently
been compelled, to mak considerable ad
vance in pripes,, ' ,. ,' ,' . .',',"''''"'.' '
WIHK-aOtVLY.-On the 35th inst., by the tev.
Archbishop Ptucell, Mr. Thomas wise, br Lebanon,
Ohio, to MrtHtUrgareAJLoliyi of the same place.
inrinns! Titnsdav monjtrgi iu,
tughteiof Itich. U. and &ry.,&"0,r'
o years, f-Ur tnnnths Sud thirte; aA':
ageu two years, t"ur ni'iainB " "iv mtiLnA ti
The friends of the family are invited to." '
luneral this day at twu o'clock, from q. tJoi
street, withpnt further notieir, , , , to
BIELEY.-On Monday, the JCth Inst.',' at 'twj'".
nilDtitee past seven A. M., in this oity, Hat. J 'u
W. Kieley aed fifty years and six days. ' -
The funeral, services will be held at the resideuo
of his father, llobert liieley, No. 341 West Eighth
street, today , 2Mb, at too o'clock: The friends of
the family are respectfully invited to attend .. .
PKAU. Monday evening, of inflammation of th
liver, Philip I'fau, iu his sixty-ninth year.
His funeral will take place this afternoon at two
o'clock, to which the friends of the -family are in
vited to attend without further notice. , ,.
There is no Donbt
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hsjr-OFlKlCE OF TBE
OOMl'ANY OK O1N0IN
NATI.H.W.cornerofThlrd and Itace. streets. October.
lft, IsMi.-This road Is now open. Cars will (tart,
at intervals of ten minute, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
rourth-Btreot to Hmitb, and on Fifth-atreet to
Wood. ClitiaonB will ploase bear in mind that the
cars will Invariably cross intersecting street before
stopping for passengers.
ooli-tf JAMES J. BOBBINg. President.
WE BELIEVE OUR ASSORT.
WENT Of chftjpe Fnrs fa fth tu.. In Ih.
Recent arrivals of very Hue Sable sets make It
Of nil the cheaper grade of Furs we have a treat
va.icty, and a great many kinds of
BtUtalile for holiday sifts. They ar going off at very
DODD Sc. CO.,
Batters and Furriers,
deltf'- 144 Maia-street.
IT HAM KEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST. The article that cures almost
without fail every species of eruptions of the fase
band, or other part of the body. Is your face dls
figured with pimples or an Irritating ernptlon of any
kind; have yon contracted that most troublesome
disease, Barber' Itch; are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; have yon any annoying,
Irritating, Itching. Infiarued eruption of any kind;
go at once aud obtain a pamphlet describing the
effort) of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amonnt of
evidence in its favor, that will put to rest all do'-'jts
of its efficacy in the our of all kind 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 ha not been said In Its
favor that uilfht be.
. Price .'iQJmiiIi, or six bottles for II 50.
SOLON PALMES, Agent,
""30 . No. U West Fourth-tret.
I. CX O. FTHE OFFICERS
and mimhm nf Rfti.vas
11 .A' ". "'taveiMiebr.irr'-tSfe.
m ,""'avineiwsiiarqorteriymfet-3k.J'i. , J
rra t JeXodjr will , held TUIHfejt,
ll ednesdsjrTAfBlllNO.Deo. 28. at "W?'
o iocs, for election of offloers and earment of dnea
A.' "i."! ."""""anca s espeataliv requested. By order
oft he Lodge. (deMa'j
nm, ss, ra L, SIKH. Bee.
t F. THE tiUGULAR
Tf a. MtRIOAN Lniiiii k
iro, I, o.
. f Ktghth-st. and Weetern-row. TlUUSJsSf
i WedneedaylJC VTttl 1 N8. Pea.
tSSfi.1??.!01"?1 effloerw and psynnnrof
alHsPl fil IB! Pirn an la jsiMsises U.B, Ows
' ,7i!?',"1,t, November 11, ISmT
,i.2.I.5N,95 o ehiPlW, th Oble and Missis
obi,aintdatii.tiMa mip toijbii&toTiXZ
SPECIAL NOTICES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Meff r!8 .wvVt j'orraj s tJ'f ! ! In i
"S'fr brrfVtwe titi n' yl'l5rr'l, etn
ti'i rn 7t 't(iM.r) firta'-r Iwji .em v. '"ur.c
'(i,i' on'fq ,i s-Minf'! u f rr.i r-f'A I. 'ti'
ion (hf ..:ltiriittfi enrp rtr" fV , t,in t
H hrff tufiTtS Oi sa.fl fl'-';l v VV 'Nt n't1 Ji
n-wcntt f1i pVnr-l .'-('?!( Tl'o'' o'''f Tt'(' i
W I nr" Wt-Slir) fwi ,-"r "ui'ill '
"- '"''svof1 :.ia'f ers ,vi ',,!w va it M '
.nor fn ITirf h''IT ifr1 it flTIt.l hr;H (; !
T ffone wnfi 'I'oi f I '"sw y'mi CfWlJ
trtm O J 'mitt; rtl.rr at.i ivvr. ilat, inaKtinsan
fif hovf: Knu tiff 't .''iVH
ii'.KTfTi: f it'i-Tiuff rWf h i' hfit ,riin.v
BETWEEN . VINE ' AND'1 H ACB-STItBlTfl.
CHEAP ,DRY GOODS!
ll'"lOt"i,T 'rl' - TO'ti't . VI''
I,' 111 l.i
SAMPLE SO f , A L L
Opened Out for inspection,
t- ll'l'll it (I
BARGAINS FOR THE
-I l'H'n is
. No. 112
VINB AND ,BAC.15raXRliJSTS.
,(..,' IdsMbl ,.,,. ,, v.,, - ,
-'- Ms, .M'.-X.;
IX PEl'Ey DEXT TICK E t .
'..... .;t : t : PBIHIDINT, .' '...,
, Theodore Cook, '
' j , , OrBaiter, Hart ACook.' ' .
' ,'ll(yiOK-PBB8IDK5T, . , "': " ' ,
Win. C. VaiKlcrbili; .
. Of David Glbaort A Oo'. '
" OOBEKSPONJDINO 8IlCKTABT, ' '
. Wra. . Stewart, J : . : 1
i . i. . With Harrison A Hooper. .. . .
. RIOOBDINO BBOBETARr. . ,.
J. J. IfloDowella
:,' With Commercial Bank." ' '
; S. O. Uubbard, :
- 213Tlfth-street. , -ii .
'. , DIBK0T0B8,.' . .'.( '..t.r '.
Win. Crichton, , ,
, With Gaylord, Ion 4 Co.; " :
Joseph C. Woodrufl
With Pearson Co.: '.
John. M. Wilson,!
Of Wilson, Kggleston A Oo. .
William J. Torrence,
'" WithT.B.Dtujan AOo. . .1,
L".Vii Jos. Jt. Chapman,
' With Wynne, Haines A Co. ,
At a mass meeting of the Independent party, held
In the Lecture-room of Mechanics' Institute, on
Friday evening, December IS, tbe foregoing wero
unanimously nominated a th candidates of th
party, to be voted for at th election, Tuesday, Jan
nary 3, 1MO. JOHN W. DCDLKT, Chairman.
. Jsa. W. Tihtoh, Beretry. demtf
: Y. M. M: L.
- Dec. ?9,1S99. ", .:
:' - ' 'i " .; i. ' t i
" BVEBT TUB OK ITS OWN BOTTOM." i :
. . i -l. '.i T 1 " , " l ' '
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
ADMI88I0M..- .TWENTI-FIVI OBNT". .
WOT,, , .ATOHttaOiTs
mmmmmmm ' -Stiuil ll
Have jnst received a..lrg and varied sssortroeot of
Bought especially tor our sale of
r 4 tilt twk rlF a VT1,I
Elegant Silks and Robes,
Ooaks, Shawls and Scarfs,
EmDi-olderies and lacfeoods,
, ,o,' r Gloves and Hosiery.
Cloths, Cassimeres testings.
rriiiieu ana Plain Merlnoes,
AU-irooI Deiainsn(I Wfilds.
,ians, Uoop-sklrts, &e.
A BSATJTIf TJIi A880BTMEHT OF
A large aesortmsaStrt'liEjJSANTS frffif all de-
partinebti, arranged on oaf anaual .ti vt ni ' ns
-...A ii, H-iri ,71'fi i
Will be offered much' BELOW O0MVrTm
it -y.n fr't i ",fin 'i n'l'u ar?T-vtif.
del and, " doss AGii a l;tj ylEr;
i'l-. " i ,.y , j f;-T' l ri '. f nr l '
'"Tl better to laugh than be sighing.",
tu i a . 7'.,- 7 i"1 ' 'iiivir eriT-v.v
Presents for ;the;H0Uday8!
t'bas. -i'i i''1'. in " i'iiiu
I0 FnurtU-dty opposltij th' Poitoffice.
' " ' p f 1 - J. it I ,KKUi,lA I I'
ASSIGNEE'S SALE .
""' 'Fromtnalenrfh'or'yV11'-'1' j
BALL, TIFFANJ. & DAVENPORT
Impni'ierS nnd niflnnfnctu'rer' efl For.
eln And Amerlcnn Jewelry1) 366 ' !
, ., ausl aH Broadway, Ji. y.-.
IttFtKNT8 FOB THB HOUDAtS, '' " !
ra Sean to ron iniij uuliu&vb,
PB.K8KNT8 FOB THB HOLIDAYS,
PUR9BNTB FOR THB HOLIDAV8,'"
nstOAn: svt,Aiifli ovJu.u'Ajn,,,,, ,., ,, ,,,,
JHJ8 ,,., , , ,: ! "
MOST BKA0TIFDL ASSORTMENT,
M0I.T BBADTIFUIi ASSORTMENT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT:
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
'MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
.'.r'i,.i OF" '''' ' i"''-. i
WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND flRAnm.TTTH,
WATOBES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS, I t
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS, I
DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS, '
PUABIS,,0PAL8 AND BnBIHS,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUB. BH,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEARLS, OEALti AMD BUJB1H9
UUKALS, B1U8A1U A HI) TIIHOUOIS, ,', .,,,. ,
OORALB, MOBA1Q AND TQKQUOIH, , ' j
CORALS, MO8A10 AMD TOBQUOlH, 1'"' ' 1 ' "
OORALB, MOSAIC AND TOhQUOIS, . I
CORALS, MCWAIO AND T0BQUOI8, 1 ' ) i,
OARDUNCL1C8, AMITHI8TS A TRUSTILB
,. CARBUNCLES, AMITHIBTS A TRUSTILB
CARBUNCLES, AMITHIBTS A TRUSTILB
CARBUNOLKS, AM1THIST8 A TRUSTILB
CARBUNCLES, AMITHIBTS A TRUSTILB
BF.TB FOR THB MfllLION, ' "" -;
SETS FOR THB MILLION,'-' "' :
8STS FOR THB MILLION,,,),. vi.i j
SETS FOB THB MILLION , . ," ' ' '
BETS FOB THB MILLION, " " ,
uii,ti.-.J .t' i.,i.i r.il SH JnAtJ2JSX.B Ttt-elATtJ
"'AND BHAOTkLS TO MATuH!
.,AU J (.1
rVT.u Tf Ia a m
AMU BHAOTKLS TO MATUH,
AND BRACT JCLS TO MAT
JEWELRY OF EVERT DK80RLPTION,
JEWELRY OF KVERT DESORLPTION .
tl Ml FT O.IJJU 1 J M ATBItll IS uoxj m rilUXli
JEWELRY OF ETBllY DESORIPTION ' "
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESORIPTION; . 4 .
' " '....:.0f.ui..it..'. fu,.,'i
MAGNIFICENT BEOHBROHB PATTERNS,
MAONIFIOBNT A BKUFIBHOHB PATTERNS
,1 MAONIFICBNV AKKCHKBUHB PATTERNS!
, MAONIFICEMT A BECUHSROHB PATTERNS
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, -"' ! e
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, ,. tl
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION!'- -1
GOODS NOW ON BXHJbITION, I ,'..i tl, , , .
GOODS NOW ON HXIUBJTION, i
' ' THB .. ' .
' LADIES ARB INVITED TO OALL,
LADIES ARB INVITED TO CALL!
v . -i LADIES ARW INVITED TO CALL;
, LADIES ARB INVITED TO CAl!
1 LADIES ARB INVITBD TO CALL,
all gooSJ ABBAS3R ' ' -
ALL GOODS w ARRANGED i I... ;.i :
ALL GOODS WARRANTED " . , ,1
ALL GOODS WARKANYKD . , ,
ALL QOODs WABI1AN1 BD . I
AS RUPltKBENTKD AT f 131 B OF SALE,
BALES P08ITIVB. .. . ... . v , , . ,
BALES PONIT1VB. u U:A-t?..
BALES POBITIVB.iv.' ..I. :.. j.-. vt-
BALES POSITIVE. . ",i , : .; 1 " -
'ivii. . ., . ; . , ...
11.1 . ia:,L, 1
M II. IM. UAVKrvfOKT, I
'-' t.'. AwlgnsM.'
il, t .a :.. WSolesals and Retail. 1 .;i: .
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
NOVELTY IRON WORKS,
deilf "TO WB8T FODBTH-BTHBBT.
. Table Baiter at Wholesale. -
IJRIMK TO CHOICE TABLE BUTTKIl
- at IS to JO cents. Liberal receipt everr day br
)M Fourth sttrst, corner of Elm.
i i.. AS BBPRE8BNTVD AT TIMB OF 8ALB,
AS REPBKHENTWD AT TIME OF HALE
- AS REPRESENT?!) AT TIME OF HALK
a a t innfA lwl1 a. L-l n iT TIMH iim uitn'
XXrtWLt 'SaT'that otm stock
or fine wotanset ewetrr ana Bilrer Ware'
now foil and oomolete. Thankful for the nn Hh.
'era! aad gvnerosm patreimxe wnleb bas' been ex
J?deJcJcjj's.Mlju;hiut, for nwethan twenty
TrecSrsvT' tnfs method of inviting our
iriairaar'Puiw wpuuin igppptpur,,w vontmue tneir
favor, fosllng otirsalfssv iu.a .far, Mtet cundltioa
now than formerly, to please fl)elr most fastidious
kliv! leaje.tocall attengiwMa a as- artiel
iewelry, made from the' new nietaiy Alumlnunt,
brought from Pari; br a f oar firm, who has
lauir rwturaea,, r n;.,-r, tiiei
Mtua wtuiAupAiwB. sua jwuaMesvt isles.
ul table for eretjenti
mtsior tne approaching holldars.
The daraaaator er-8ilrMar Manufactory by th.
late nre is now iuut rapaiiea. aua ail we now nt
trr reaalred. and. all we now need
to asep up iu vital
amy is sisntysi ora.rsr We
nrenarea to un tne same wiiiiuispaicn, and v
trea to nn t
lie full satis
promise tun osuibibcbuu so ai wee i
favor us with their cai
tit . vt lUsttUH west Fifth -street.
The hlahest price-paid for old Bilrer Coin of all
?hiia.hra;v.-pir"T- r' itvivit" oso-amf
,Nos (Fewest Foiirth-street,
1,1 I Ti'J'l it tf'i p. ,4. I ! T
Having rentted their Store, hare Oiled It with the
'. ssost extenslre SAtwrtmsnt of '"''.
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
SILVER WARE. FINE JEWELRY
''.. ' .1. -AHD-. '.-.P : i., i
Ever brougut 'to the Woitern country'.' Thee Oood
are NEW, (elected liy one of their flrm, just re
turned from Nfljv Yarit, siaiiir article of dltect Im
IMrtation from Europe.
' Don tall to. give them a call, lryoa want a Gold
uf Silver Watch. Silver or. Plated Ta Met. niiisnnn
or. other .fine ijiog, or any article usually kept iu
veweirr mores, jueynow uave tu MSWEol'and
I.AB(jKrn'artuieutlu tliecity. , del3tjel-2dp
Twl 0OUD9 hy Expret.li aud our assortment of
. LADIES' FUB9,
If udstB'e'3ny tjabte). ,i,
Canada adrl Mink Snblet
v ir-" ft,,,,,, Siberian, Saulrrel,
Is complete aad unusually Inviting. We have a great
variety of nice aud handsome sets of
n "' CHILDttRN'S VVVLS,
'AXStf-Fir Olores, Collars, Bobes, Fur Coats, te.
We Intlte all purchasers oi !,
:,;';'';. holiday gifts. :,'.,-
To call and make selections from our stoek of useful
and seasonable presents, which we offer at vew low
prices."''" ' ..i
c. u. camp & co ; ,
d9l6f,,,iai ,,.i-No. 95 Wear Third-street.
' .(( ttl
te. ,.,..M i.i
101 ll(J (iO(M)S
bom Wising tne'enfire stock of A. 'Lewis, at th
Baxaar, directly opposite tbe Postolnce. Kecolleot,
theri" '.,'.' i,,, i .).(.. ii..(,
MUST- BE SOLD!
dotOt.hr H. O. fcTT,BERt. Aitaigilee.
' 'X " '
' Vrev from bffiiBlvc Odor,' At
i.pIU I I..,,.,... -" .
WE INVIIB 4 COMPARATINB TRI
AL' wltn Any msnnfticturlng establishment
sT-We warrant eiivOllstn hj, mm.! . ir nr. ..
rioryo any iu th market. 1 , , . ,
JOr re' 'nvlte those Iu :the city and Ticinlty to
call and examine for themselves.
0M 'Bo vjersona orrlnrlntf frnm a ilUan.. ......
tetlo fraarsnteed in all cases. Address t r
m j. iu hahkin. Agent, r.it i. I
v-'i. d, HOIMJEM, Treasurer 5
Kanawha 0. 0. M. Oil Man. Oo.,
deM 1 j '07 WMnnt-etreet.Clnelnnatl.
JRBAT BARaAINrJ IKTINE OOLD
1 pusvwa jr.ivuea. nuu nao ueiveiry, consist-
pe VT .1 ,1, p., ,. ti ,1 I 1 1, , , , , r,
Btruvcan, Coral, Lara, Pearl, Garnet and
'. 'v '.' Tpratiort, pins, Kar-rngs, Braoelels, Ao'. '
, AL80 A floe assortment of Silver and Plated-
ware, consisting ot- . ...
Tea-asts, Urns,, Walters, 1:, ,.,,..,. ,.
CommuQlon-ware, Cake-Baskets, ' '
r j i , () Castors, Cups, Goblets, IiKuor Stands. , ,,
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac.
.' N." B. The best plated Tea-sets can be bought
from (24 to Jaa per sot. Also, Silver Spoons and
Fork, warranted, equal to coin, wiH be sold at- thi
low price of II 80 per ounce, at
r"-- 'tWM; OWEN'S,
tjel9bw 1 M..W corner Fourth and Main-streets.
i'.-i ','.,1! . s in 'i 1. . ;
. !. i... . ' v -. r
;NewMylM Sott Haln.
WW;!"1; Kreucit Canslmere ;nt.
i -New Stylet Clotn aiid' Pliish Caps.
J. C. TOWERS & CO;,
i , AIN-8TBKBT,
e door below Fourth
0 Y ST ERS
lnTtl,?.w. ,d1aMn" bon" sresniierior ro anr
lni ! pK?rkf "",lal niodarate.
. deJIftlal J.TODD, A' t fur Hatch. Mann fl
UNI A BODLir,
"'' MAJTtf-OTtrM OF
nuu VIUVULAK BAW MILLS, 1
Corner Jjoha nael Water
PHflSMX INSURANCE COMPANY,
, .. '" '' ' or . .1 . , , .,,
Hartford, Conneotiout. ;r '
Capital, t)400,000 A.aete, 9347.TA1.
Devoted to Fire business exolnslTelft j .
" Li Br k nr ina
Ptm AD JR5?M AND BRANDIES
-- FOB THE HOLIDAYS. A lars suvolr of va
rious description of old Wlnss and BYanXlfat '
. deit " Qomw of Ninth "vi!5la
NEW HAM-JUST ' K BOETVEDXnB
for sal at. . FEROITSON'B, .
i: .1 1. I 'Corner Slntfi Sid ffinZglti..
. forget to ssnd tA your orders fortlinin splendid
PAR Af FINE
w gM- m 9
353,', -Q53;, ,353,
! ceM .- ) . .! Cora r ltlnfb And Tlns-streeti,
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