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' ANDY W. FBANODJOO,'- JOHN D. OALDWBLL.
iditou am nopurou. -
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"Every Tub on Its Own Bottom."
' Every gurioni parson who bss been in ahopa
whero tubs mo ma.de !a graat numbers must
know that their flret disposition, to rmwh t
merchantable market, it to stow them away ia
nests, th largest containing tho next imaller
within it, and to on until the small tub
ii on top. Bat the wholesale merchant sells
the tubs to dealers. The tubs, by , this inter
position of the middle men, are parcelled
around one eaob in the household of most of
the people in our land. Yet In the cloaeta or
garrets of largo reiidenoes there is not room
plaoe eaoh tub on its own bottom, and they
very fraternally nestle together; It ii when
the poor washer-woman gets to work that the
tub goes ia for speed on its bottom. The
, self-reliance of a tub.lts independence, its use
fulness during the whole days' wash has never
been made the theme of an epic, but as lexi
cographers toll as that the word lotion seems
to be allied to the Greek word bathot, It might
argue in a publio speaker or writer a ludicrous
descent from the elevated to the mean, to
plaoe a tub on its own bottom, on the publio
...
Locke advises us to
"Find on whet foundation s proposition bottoms."
And it is our duty to attend with the numer
ous friends of the T. M. M. library Associa
tion, at Smith A Nixon's Hall to-night, to
hear a reverend divine of our beloved "Union,"
on the topio, "Every Tub on its own Bottom."
We confess to an excited eurioeity la expec
tation, and without intending to interfere with
the Rev. George C. Robinson's lecture, ' we
throw out a small "tub to the whale" be
fore the big fish heaves in sight.
Hen have bet and lost their bottom dollar
on what the jockeys oall a horse of good bot
tom; Do Banty, the myth of the Atlantic Tele
graph line, laid his wire on the bottom of the
sea, and sailors and married people say that
"Two Captains oan't command on one bot
tom," but the broad ground is to be covered
to-night not with the trail of a serpent, but
with "A Tale of the Tub."
Shakspeare's character of "Bottom" has a
singular revelation in Midtummer Niglu'i
Dream, but we must forego the Opera Home
one night to see, for once, "livery Tub on its
Own Bottom."
The same deer-stealing "Will," caused one
of his astute personages of the play to cry out
"I do see the bottom of J ustlce shallow I"
Let us see where the tubs stand.
The "Fenny Press" being established on a
firm foundation, we will be glad for the people
to find that our Tub is on its own Bottom, and
we are ready to do a heavy day's washing
cheap for cash ; advertising and subscription
is a brisk business at our Tub-mill consider
well your standing, each of you, and let
"Every Tub stand on its own Bottom."
The Closing Year.
The moralist tells us that, in their progress,
the years do not go from us, but we from them,
stepping from the old to the new, and alwaji
leaving behind us some baggage, no longer
serviceable on the march. Look baok along
the way we have trodden; there they stand,
' every one In his place, holding fast all that
was left in trust with them. , Some keep onr
childhood, some our youth, and all have
something of ours which they will give up for
either bribe nor prayer the opinions cast
way, the hopes that went with us no further,
the cares that have eucoessors, and the follies
outgrown, to be reviewed by memory and
,. called up for evidence some day.
Now that we are but a few paces from the
threshold of an incoming year, it may be well
to lighten our shoulders of a worthless portion
ol our load that we have needlessly encum
bered ourselves with, at least to fetch a pause
at this season to think over our first thoughts,
to count the cost of some of our investment's
In the world's goods, and deoide now, if we
'' have not paid too dear for our whistles.
Some of our side-pockets have stowed iu
them the trash of politics or adulterated food
to feed or poison the soul. Let us only think
at' the close -of the year what is oar special
duty and fitness, and determine the path we
and our house shall tread during the next
year. ' If meditation is the soul's perspective
glass, now is the time to bring it into requisi
tion as meditation is the tongne of the son
and the language of our spirit. Now is the
time to turn over a new leaf in reading' the
book of life through our own spectacles, and
not through other people's eyes. .
Denies He is Dead.
a Pittsburg,
Penn., affirms that we killed him off, instead
of one of his workmen, in a single artiole,
some time last week, and wishes us to state
that he ia still alive. Theparaftranhxeferrins
to the acoident, in our news colum ns was to
muoh mixed up that we do not deem it im
probable. Mr. S't. life was typographically
sacrificed. . As he assures us, however, he is
not dead, we are bound to believe him; hold
ing it as we do, one of the inalienable rights
of men that they shall be considered alive
until they are proved otherwise. Therefore
in the absence of any such evidenoe we will
certainly admit thatj Sohuchman may yet pos
sibly be out of his grave; though if we had
consigned him thereto, as the types may have
done, we could aotby any means assist or aid
is his resurrection.
The President's Message.
We content ourselves with an abstract of
the President's Message furnished yesterday
morning in telegraph columns. The exclu
sion of every other article In a dally paper tf
admit such heavily freighted documents;whio)
are seldom read, hi a custom more honored
tn the breach than In the observance. Th
ream has been given already; we decline U
jffer the skim milk to oar readers. '
Congressional.
The House made an ineffectual effort to elect
Speaker. ' The Democracy, with at view of
concession to the South Americans, divided
their vote on Mr. Maynard, of Tennessee
conservative Whig Sherman obtaining his
usual yott within four of a) majority. The
Senate meets to-morrow. , Senator Douglas
will be ia his seat.
Senator Seward.
Senator yesterday at New
fork in tbe stssunsr JLrago He is reported to
have reset red grand reception. . ' ,
' ' K ' v ..! '.J i m.A "
The Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph.
Messrs, Gamewell A Co. have exhibited the
working process, and explained to our city
officials and the tax-payers, the importance Of
their Patent Fire-alarm and Polio Telegraph,
last night, and they proposed to furnish all the
material and workmanship, and complete ia
readiness for operation within tix months af
ter eontract, 85 signal stations, 13 alarm bells
and 5 police stations, connected by 110 miles
of wire the whole to be the most complete
one In the world for $60,000; two-thirds
cash down, the remaining two-sixths in one
and two years. , Now, the patentees want to
sell, and we are not unwilling to bay.
They offer a high ignre as their maximum;
$60,000 is their asking prioe. There are
many of the Counoilmen who esteem these
figures unreasonably high. We believe the
city ought to have the advantages offered;
but; at the round prioe of $50,000, that would
be a fair price- If the Gamewell Company
will come to that figure at once, we have no
doubt a contraot can be cloaed on Wednesday
night " : :
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sa
Reduced Water Taxes.
The trustees of the Water Works will, on
the 1st of January, present their bills to small
conanmers at reduced rates. Those of three
rooms who hitherto paid $7 per year will now
pay only $4; so in proportion. Good news
this to the poor people. The design is to re
duce the total receipts for the coming year
$50,000. There is one class of consumers who
will find their bills Increased. We mean thoso
who use very large quantities of water in tho
manufacturing or other business. The use of
water meters has demonstrated that the ex-
penaea of carrying on the laying down of pipe
and building englnea, have been paid by
men of small earnings. While those who
make money liberally have not paid their fair
proportion. Water to large consumers, hotels
and other large establishments will hereafter
pay 17 cents a thousand gallons.
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City Council—Last Night's Proceedings.
The City Solicitor was directed to inquire
Into the legality of occupation bv the Little Miami
Railroad Company, for a second track on Fulton
street, in the Seventeenth Ward the reeidenti re
monstrating against me program oi me improve
mentand if satisfied that the double track is legally
a nuisance, to take proper aleps to enjoin the same.
SELF-SUPPORTING POOR.
A communication from Hr. Wm. J. Flan brought
the notice of the Mew Haven plan of a self-supporting
Alms-house and farm before the Board. .Re
ferred to Committee on City Infirmary.
FINANCES.
The January monthly appropriations were made.
$133, claim assumed by city, judgment for Hal pin
vs. Gilbert; paid.
LINN-STREET.
Another vote was taken to have Linn-street
opened. Eighteen members enrolled their names in
favor of legal condemnation of the part unopened,
but a two-third vote waa not obtained.
CITY'S PORTION OF GAS-PIPE.
The recommendation of etreets in which to lav
four thousand feet of leading gas-pipe, the city's
portion lor law, neretotore puoiianea oy us, was ap.
SETTLING WITH AN EXWHARF-MASTER.
The Finance Committee were instructed to make
a nnal settlement with Friend Durrell, on his pay'
mentoiS179.
ONE HALF OR TWO THIRDS—FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH.
IGBAFH.
A discussion ensned on accAntlsff the nronosition
of John N. Gamewell A Co., for $H),0O0, to put np,
full and complete, with transfer of patent rights,
without restriction for all municipal purposes, of his
American Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph for the
City of Cincinnati. Hr. Boas favored the resolution,
agreeing to the purchase if citiaens and insurance
companies would pay one third of the purchase
money. Mr. Weasner's substitute requires them to
contribute one half of the expense.
Mr. Snodgrass favored a reference of the subject
back to Committee to confer with the Insurance
Companies and report what subscription they will
make.
The whole subject was laid on the table, and made
tne oraer lor next
ORDINANCES TO GRADE AND PAVE.
Ordinances were passed to pave with boulders:
Findlay-street from the west line of Campbell;
Birtwt hi tiiv uriuge uior mo uiiaiui uauai.
Findlay-street from Western-row to the Miami
Uaoal.
Clark-street from Baymiller-atreet to Freeman
street.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
BsroBi Judge Mallon. Wilson A Egleson
vs. &. ingrain ana oiners. -inis was a motion to ap
point a receiver to take possession of a distillery below
Millcreek. It was taken under advisement.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Egan vs. Lumsden A McQovern.
The jury
were discharged by Judge Hoadly without agreeing
to a verdict. An application to allow more man $1
per diem to each juror was disallowed. The jury fee
PROBATE COURT.
Slaves Emancipated. Four mulatto women,
Cella Allen, aged 5e years, F lora Swope, aged SI years,
Belle Allen, aged 26 years, and Flora Jane Allen, age J
22 years, were manumitted by their owner, B, Mont
gomery, of Louisville.
Bill.. A man named Arming, brought up from
Btorrs Township late on the previous night, charged
with assault and battery, on giving 3uO bail for his
appearance waa released.
laeAHiTT. W ilbelni Krlschpuhl was alleged to be
inaane. It appeared in testimony that he was 47 years
of age, that he was a native of Nimburg, and during
the last four mouths had become deranged from in
temperance. He was sent to tbe Asylum.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, December 28.
HOUSE. Mr. Morris, of 111., obtained tho
floor, but yielded to Mr. Bust, of 4rk., who said
that several years ago he made a pledge to his con
stituents that he would never again engage in a sec
tional debate. Recent events af an AvtronpHin.r.
character have absolved blm from that pledge, lie
alluded to tbe atrocities of John Brown's raid, am)
wo uutmwnj BHgrunstuna 01 me AOrtn On the
rights or the South, He spoke of the infamous char
acter of Helper's book, bnt tbe nen-alave holders of
the South have no sympathy with such doctrines,
and his appeal to them will be nnheeded; yet that
imaniuu wiu& um ueen loaorsea ny tue candidate
of the Republicans for Speaker, and the whole ante
cedent of that gentleman are in perfect keeping
with this act. He has been unlformlr consnlfniiu.
and is intensely sectional. No man has been more
intolerant to tne Boutn, and he owed bis present
nomination, less to his ability or his accomplish
ments as a statesman, than to his hostility to tbe
South. He invited ns to scrntlniui hi. mini l
have done so. Me alluded to Mr. Sherman's course
on the Kansas Bill, and the Army Appropriation
Bill or the 34th Congress. He spoke of tbe objects
of the Republican Party, characterizing them a
Mr. Dunn, of lnd., called the gentleman to order,
as he violated propriety by using the term, treasona-
uio. ns sum, it tne ei
be to the other side oi
epithet is applied to any it must
of the House.
nr. nuas reenmea.and rnnirwMl thA nniu,
,and renewed the proposition
that the conservative members select candidate for
Sneaker from the Dmocrata. or tin, Tkamrpa .i
a candidate from them and both nnita nn .nfh .
candidate,
jui. w, ui imiv, miu mat us wumu nut as nego
tiable of any such business.
Mr. Hindman, of Ark., remarked, nor would he be
thus transferred by his fellow Democrats. Ifanr
person outside or tne Democratic party be selected
he would exercise bis own judgment whether he
wonld vote for him or not,
Mr. Noell, of Mo.,declared bis readiness to vote
for any one selected from the other side for tbe sake
gi organization.
Mr. Cox said that be would vote for any antl-Le.
comptonwho may be selected, but his duty to bis
constituents and bis own sentiments would not per
mit him to vote for any one of the South Americans,
who are not only opposed to all doctrines of tbe
Democratic nartr. hut tnivli ins Miiain... u,.nK...
Mr. Hindman wished to organize the House on
conservative basis and was willing to vote for any
SSHr2ntiT,mn J" ??Pp"ltion to the Bepnbllcan
part. The parly towhlch he belonged waa for the
good of the country. L Applause. 1
Mr. Bust said there must be some concession; there
oMdo'atfor800tllra0,,p,,U1',, Whom be
leoompton and English-Bill Democrat should be
?Jl???ip1a550f.te S!".- Th (entloman from
UhlotOoxl had stated his InamurAi. ,un.
voting for a Booth American, and excused himself
said Mr. Hill. "We can get along without hlui.,!
tor uut ai.iuK aiu auu ouiniorc m mat m.v
ILaughter.L ion will not make a Speaker on tbe
basis of the proposition offered, because this is not
the time. Mr. Hill remarked that he understood
air. vox toaay mat ne looaeo on me noutnern oppo
sition and the Republican party as identified in onnn.
altlon to the Democratic party. Mr. Cox meant as
tue saatw oi slavery in Territories and tne admission
of States. He understood the Southern opposition
advocate Intervention by Congress to protect slavery,
and the Republican party as claiming the exerrlse
Congressional power to prohibit slavery in tbe Terri.
tories. These parties are In favor of re -opening this
agitating Question in Congress, while the Democratic
party says to both, non-iaterventlon.
Mr, Rrabson said he understood there was a party
here willtnt Id support men in theSeiith who went
not Know-Nothings In order to test It he had
nominated Mr. Maynard, of Tenn. Be had done
this ou his own responsibility. Mr. Maynard was
outside of all organisation, and waa a national and
conservative man.
Mr. MuBae asked whether all the political friends
of Hr. Brabson would vote for Mr, Maynard.
Mr, Brabson could only speak for himself. .
The roll waa called, and during the voting num
bers of explanations were made.
Mr. Ashmore stated he waa the first Democrat who
had abandoned Booock, and he had done so In the
hope of effecting an organisation. He would now
vote for Mr. Maynard.
Mr. Florence I am opposed, as I am first, last and
all the time to sectional organi&atioto, such as rrn
ressnted by the other side of the House. I am wil
ling tn cast mv vote for a conservative man to aro
mote the organisation, in order to pass the appro
priation bills, wbicb my friends on the other side are
sensitive about. I vote for Mr. Maynard.
Mr. Haskina said he waa conservative in prfsol
des, and should vote now as horetofore, for John
Ihennaa. whose Union sentiments met his entire
approbation.
jir
mr?
, English asked if he had not voted for Mr. Gil-
Mr, Haskin replied he had voted tor Mr, Gilmer
because In the Tmrty.ttltb congress be stood along
side of himself and Mr, Sherman, in opposition to
tne iiecompton policy or tne Administration, which
Mr. Knsllsh sought to cover uo bv a bill which in
his opinion waa the meanest bill before the last Con
gress. (Laughter.
Mr. English called attention to the fact that Hr.
Gilmer himself voted for the Kngliiu bill. Laugh-
rer.j
Mr. Hasktn replied that when Mr. Gilmer voted
for It. he stated that it waa a shlllv-shallv. nameb-
tn by, nasty kind of a bill. Great laugbter.J
nr. uogan, wnencaueu, stutea mat luasmucnas
waa not willinar to narticinate in makinn this a
general slaughter-house of the North-western Democ
racy, ne votea ior jur, uocock.
Mr. HoRae said several members of the American
larty having voted against Mr. Maynard, he should
lo the same, and voted for Mr. Soott.
Mr. Morris, of 111., bad voted for Baoock. Million.
and others, but thought his colleague (Mr. McOler
nand), had not had his full strength tested, and now
voted for blm.
Mr. Scott voted for Maynard on the assarance that
was an Old-line Whig, and not belonging to the
American rarty.
Mr. Burnett wished to know whether Mr. Mar.
nard belonged to the American organization.
Mr. Brabson replied that Maynard was one of
the Fillmore electors, but never belonged to the
American order
Several Democrats briefly gave reasons why they
voted for Maynard. The discussion continued, and
Republicans kept calling them to oraer.
Mr. Morris, of 111., referred to a remark made by
him at the last session, that the Administration
would break down and find they were carrying too
much weight. The Administration waa rotten, and
had no more affiliation with the Democracy than
darkness with light, and virtuo with vice. The
President has again thrust In our faces his Territo
rial policy, and has advanced several steps from his
former position, which waa bad enough. He bad
made a high bid for the nomination at Charleston.
He was glad the President had looked forward to the
perpetuation of his power, and was ready to bow at
any sectional altar to obtain his ends.
At three o'clock he gave way for a ballot, which
resulted as follows: Twenty-third ballot Whole
number, 208; necessary to a choice, 105; Sherman,
101; Maynard, 69; remainder scattering. Adjourned.
Four Days Later from Europe—Arrival
of the Arago.
Nkw Yobr, December 28. The Bteamshlp
Arago arrived this evening from Havre and South
ampton, bringing London dates of the 14th Inst.,
being four days later than previously received
Among her passengers Is Senator Howard, who met
with a grand reception, the firing of guns, Ac.
The snip Monmouth, from Fleetwood, bound for
Savannah, has been wrecked. The crew were saved.
Lord YVoodbouse has been selected as the second
plenipotentiary of England to tbe European Congress.
Marshall Bandall, the French Minister of War, has
resigned.
The Moors had made two attacks on the Spanish
redoubts in Morocco, and bad been repulsed, losing
300 killed and 1,000 wounded. Tbe Spaniards lost 70
killed and 300 wounded.
The Canada arrived at Qneenstown on the lith Inst
The Liverpool breadstuffs market generally has a
declining tendency. The sales of all articles were
unimportant. Prices easier but quotations un
changed. Provisions firm.
Bichardson A Spence quote ' breadstuffs dull,
sales unimportant; prices easier but unchanged for
all articles other than Corn, which is firm.
Beef dull but steady. Pork dull but quiet. lard
dull, quotations nominal. Tallow, sales unimpor
tant. Sugar firm.
London, December 14. Consols are quoted at 9SX
9JH for ex- dividend.
From Washington.
Washington, December 28. The Mayor has
offered a reward of 600 for the arrest of John Essex
and Charles Palkenhorn, charged with the murder of
Mr. Raborg, of Philadelphia.
Gov. Wise, iu his last Richmond speech, broadly
intimated that when the Virginia military recently
marched past the White House the President did not
even notice them. As this remark of tbe Governor
occasions some comment here, it may not be amiss
to say that tt President was not at home at the
time, and did not know until he read the speech that
troops had passed the White House. The President
is unifomly marked in hlsattentlon to all visitors.
The speech of Mr. Morris, of 111., to-day, in part
condemnatory of the President and his administra
tion, was made against the wishes of Mr. Douglas
and other Democratic members of the Illinois dele
gation, who avow their desire to promote the har
of the party.
River News.
St. Louis, December 28. The river is still
rising. The total rise since Saturday night, ia two
feet ten inches. There is about six feet in the
channel to Cairo. It is generally believed tbe gorges
below will give way to-night. Weather quite warm
and cloudy, with indications of rain.
Louisville, December 28, P. M. The river
la rising slowly, with 7 feet 6 inches In the canal
Cloudy, portending rain,
Pittsburgh, December 28, P. M. There is
no change in the river since noon. Weather cold.
Mysterious Murder in Indiana.
Indianapolis, Deoember 28. A man named
Edward OU was found dead in Pogue's Creek, in tbe
eastern part of tbe city tbis morning. Upon exam
ination it was found ho had been shot twice through
the body.
The Coroner held an inquest on the body to-day,
but the facts elicited gave no clue to tbe murderer.
Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad.
Philadelphia, Docember 23 The Board
or Directors of the Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad
met to-day, and appointed a committee to confer
with the committee of the New York bondholders,
now iu suasion. SJ'itti
Murder.
Zanesvillb, December 28. A younir man,
nameu xnoniaa Conner waa stanoeo and instantly
killed at a diinking house near Blaudy's Machine
works last night. Several arrests have been made.
MARRIED
TAPPI N BTU ART. On the 20th July, at the res.
ldeuce of Cart. Uildretb. liinwood Honse. bv Esouire
J. T. Clark, Mr. T. B. Tappln to Miss Mollis E.
Btnart.
DIED.
HYDE. Wednesday morning. December 2S. of
consumption, Joun uyae, ageo niteen years and nve
montns.
KIMBAIjIj. On Sunday evening, December lr, In
ayetie iounty, unio, mr. josepn ttimuaii, iorme
f this city, in the eighty-third year of his age.
LOUIS. On Sunday. December 25th. Juliet, wife
of Adolph Louis, aged thirty-four years and three
montns.
TAGG.-At St. John's Hospital, on Tuesday. Dec.
27, Patrick Tagg.
a
to
of
There
is no
YOU CAN GIT WHAT TOO WANT AT
RICHARDSON'S
FURNISHING DEPOT!
100 West Fourth-street,
Lde28c1
For a New-Year Present,
RICHARD SON'S,
IIMI WJUST FOUKTH-STREItT,
Is ths place to find a suitable and rueful se'eotion,
jdeZ8c
Closing Out at Cost!
Embroideries, " , ,
Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Collars and Sets
Are now selling YEBY LOW at
RICHARDSON'S
lOO WEST FOURTH-ST., ,
A very useful Present for New-Tear. do28o
FOR THE CHEAPEST
LADIES' PURS
, In the olty, go to
Hendleys,
deiotf No. 262 Flfth-itroet, near Western-row.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
JFXNJn FlaTJFLEI!
asfaWB BEjXIEVE OUR ASSORT.
VJ MINTof ehoios for tto the best in the
city. Beoent arrivals of very floe liable sets make It
very complete. .
Of aU the cheaper grades of far; we have a great
variety, and a great many kinds of -
CIIILDRENS' FURS,
Suitable for holiday gifts. Tbey are going off at very
low prices.
' DODDcVCO.s
Hatters and Furriers,
J44 Main-street.
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aSrMASONIC NOTlCEv-TWEN-
IX-T TIETH AHNIVERBABY of CIS-
' A
ClilJSATI JSNUAM1
Templars. Special 1
ATI KNOAMP MBNT, No. 8, of Kn ghU'VV
-Special Meeting orijincinnan . tyin
.. tf.. a PLlnlT IT V til X I VI. ' -
Dec; 80, at T o'clock.
All Rir KnlffbK are name-
ularly requested to attend, in order to assist in the
AiAhrtfnn nt nnr TwAnti.th Anniversary. The Or
der of Knight of tbe Red Cross will be i oonfered and
a banquet spread. OJ order or tne si. m. . v.
L. CAMERON, Recorder. '
aezvu-
f6?"I. O. O. F. THE
and Members of IRAN
ulTLODOK, Mo. 4, 1. O. O. F., I
OFFICERS
hereby notifleel to attend a regular irtmi. tj - 'f
annual meeting of their Lodge 1HI8 'aftftl'
iiuurauayi jbVlliaiDlu, uroeiuoer y,
ior tne election of
ftflOa and uavmflnt of doei.
Alio for the election of ttu-e LodM f mitew and on
Clerk to Trnatedia () J. H. flABT, Boo. Sec.
I. O. O. F. THE RUGUIiAR
nf I'MVBrilAI. IPi-.rTMrfe r nnjllf Ha .vtfo -tf.
iv i-i .a w ill v i.. t,i fama
(Thursday) EVENING, Dec. 29, at 7
o'clock, for thA AlARtlon of nfHoAra and
IVs A. M. u. .. will am IIOIU
payment f dues, () 8. ROBIHSON, Fer. Sec. .
AasCHILBI,AIN8 AND FROST
ikL? KO FEIST. Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetlo
Lotion is the never-falling remedy for these great
annoyancee. It not only effects a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but ft decreases
the liability to a return of the same difficulty. or
sale by druggists generally. ... ,j. ,
SOLON PALMtft', Agent, ' :
de29 " : No. 36 West Fourth-street.
EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
ImmATi. Deo. 17. 18S9- Mr. B. Palmer
UoarSlr: Some five Tears aincal received a severe
injury ou my leu arm, near tne eioow, since wmeo
I nave been greatly annoyed by a cutaneous disease
on tbe same. After using various temedies without
success, 1 waa induced to try your Vegetable Dos
nietio Lotion, and am happy in Informing yon that
the use of half a bottle has left my arm as smooth
and free from disease as its mate.
Gratefully yours, '
JOHN W. DANENUOWIR.'
No. 146 West Third-street.
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetio Lotion, and aooept of
nothing else. SOLON PALMKK, Agent.
de2v Mo. at West Fourth-street, Cincinnati, O.
M9I. O. R.- M.-
tjj7 and Members of '
STTo. B. Mj, will kindle t
M. THE CHIEFS
WYANDOT TRIBE. No.
u, A. v. j. in., w,n aiii'iiv .uo uvuuim n iu ud
Wigwam THIS SLEEP (29th). at the 7th Bun, for
election of Chiefs for six moons and payment of
wampum, deftr 0. B. BETTB, Ch. of Becorda.
.t. n n 11 VH n ,hA
Orrici or the Ohio aid Mississippi B. B. Co., I
Cincinnati, November ill. 1859. J
3nNOTICEFOR THE CONVE
Per N IENCE of shippers, the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad Company have established an Office at
no, 40 ruuiio uauuiug, wuerv turuuKu raws van uu
obtained at all timeB on freights for St. Louts or
points beyond.
T. LOTJOH.
ae7am
General Freight Agent.
KENNEDY'S MEDIC AIi DIS-
OOVEBY is acknowledged by the most em-
UOUI puyBlUiBUB, auu hi .uo uiua, Mumui ui ii A " k"
throughout tbe United States, to be the most effectual
blood.mirifier ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Borofula,
It Bbeum, urysipelas, BcaiQ-neau, scaiy eruptions
whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions lor theonreof ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcers, ia given in
tbe pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
PABK, SUIBB, KOKSXEIN CO., and GKOBGE
UJaok. iTicesi. septa-ay
M-SOPFICE OF TBE PAS8EN.
Nf GBJt BAILBUAU
COMPANY OF CIHCIN
NATI.B.W.cornerof Third
and Bace-streets. October.
15, 18M.-Thia road Is now open. Oars will start,
av intervals ui wu uiiuueai. irnm a xn a. m . un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Oitisens will please bear in mind that the
cars will invariably cross Intersecting streets before
oclS-l
-n
JAMK8 J. BOBBINS, President.
Y. M. M. L.
ASSOCIATION.
INDEPENDENT TICKET.
e PBKSISKNT, ,
Theodore Cook,
Or Baker, Hart Cook.
VlCE-PBESIDKNT,
Wm. C. Vandcrbilt,
Of David Gibson ft Co.
UOBBKbPOHDIMQ BKCBKTABY,
Wm. Stewart,
With Harrison ft Hooper.
' BEOOBDINCi 8E0BBTARY,
J. J. McDowell,
With Commercial Bank. . .
TBEASUBEB,
8. Ct. Hubbard,
21 Fifth-street.
DIBROTOBS,
Wm. Crichton,
' With Gaylord, Bon ft Co.;
Joseph . Woodruff,
With Pearson ft Co.;
Jolm JT1. Wilson,
Of Wilson, Xggleston ft Co.
William J. Torreiice,
WithT.S.DnganftOo.
Jos. B. Chapman,
. With Wynne, Balues ft Co.
At a mass meotlnsr of the Indenendant ttnrtv. IiaIiI
in the Lecture-room of Mechanics' Institute, on
Friday evening, December 16, tbe foregoing were
unanimously nominated as the candidates of tbe
party, to be voted tor at tne ejection, Tuesday, Jan.
uary 3, I860. JOHN W. DDDLKI, Cuairm an.
j as. w. viHTOH, oecretary. uei'Jtr
Y. M. M. L.
ASSOCIATION!
XaGGtVLTG
-By-
'1
THURSDAY EVENING,
Dec. 9, 1839.
' "J6VJJBT T0B ON ITS OWN BOTTOM."
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
ADMI88IOH TV7ENTT-FIV1 OBN.
deattti
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
tvUNsTAbLiS B bALE. Uy virtue or an
J exeoution, to me directed, I will soil, on SAT
URDAY, the 7th day of January, 18M1, at 10 o'clock
A. H.. at the innctlonof Ann-straetand the Miami
Canal, the following goods and obattels, to-wit:
The canal-boat PKINilKHfl. hor annaral and flx-
tnres, taken under the water-craft law, at the suit of
j. at n. nenwa ei at. iu. jJUttaAtiU.uonsiaoie.c
juictMoaa a, ioo. . . oeaitt
IOPFEE. 200 bags fair to prims Eioj 60
w ao. cantos, in store ana ior saie ny
LINK, BABLY KBOBLL,
de2tf No. 25 Main-street,
FRUITS. 100 bctaheta Dried Apples; 100
boxes MB Baltlns I 1(0 half do. do. i 500 drums
figs; 30 pkgs. Prunes aud Ourranta. In store and
fer sale by . , JjIUlC, UMtLl m KKOSLiL,
eewi no. zo main-street,
luv au in aiuin nuu ivf wnits ut
1,1 NRV. HANLY A KROELL.
detf '
Mo. 28 Main-street.
piORDAQK. 200 oases Manilla Rope, all
Biaes. in store aua ior laio or
LINK, HANLY i KROELL,
deJttf ' ! - No. 2,1 Main-street,
wwrnAnvv trtnii! RN.v.t. rr.. v.- tt--i
am vvim,-TiAM iuub, a.w
w T eri, Half Bnshels, Clothes Pins, Ao.. In great
gfjN D R I E S Almonds, Braiils, Filberts,
Teas, Tobaccos, Bpioel, 8. O. Soda, White Lead,
Dyestulfs, Mails, Tarns, Battings, Hoaps, Candles,
Cigari, Lead, Bhot.Ao. In store and for sale by ,
Tftrieiy, m liifilSt lAnU A.nuiaJULl'0,
lUeUVtf , - i.-; . Mo. 20 altAla-BtreeU
NEW - JWVttTlsmEmS;
V
Wr
CHEAP TABLES
i-li
AT
WEATHEBBY'S,
' a,- "a ;
I ,West Filth-street, ; '
between: vine and bace-streets.
GRAND DISPLAY
OF .
CHEAP DRY GOODS!
AND ANOTHER i
Reduction in Prices!
SAMPLES OF ALL
' GOODS!
Opened Out for Inspection.
AND '
PRICES ATTACHED
TO EACH ARTICLE
-IN-
Plain Figures!
BARGAINS FOR THE
HOLIDAYS!
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 112 Fifth-street,
between vine and race-streets.
IdeJSb ,
1!
1 JIVJUUJL1JL1 A K
DELAM),
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER,
U L-aJ
"West ITourtli-st.
Have jnat received a large and varied assortment of
NEW GOODS
Bought especially for our sales of
NEW-YEAR GIFTS!
. -in- -;
Elegant Silks and Robes,
Cloaks, Shawls and Scarfs,
Embroideries and Lace Goods,
Gloves and Hosiery,
Cloths, Casslmeres & Testings,
Printed and Plain Mcrinoes
All-wool Delaines and Plaids,
Fans, Hoop-skirts, tc
A BEAUTIFUL ABSOBTUENT OF ' .'
. - , . . . .1 c
Trimmed Lace Sets
ESPECIALLY FOR PRESENTS.
A large assortment of BKMNANT8 from all de
partments, arranged on our annual ;-l
CHEAP TABLES
j Will be offered mnchBULOW P08T,i;.
DELAND; GOSSAGE .& CUYLE&,
74 Went Fourth-street.
OFFOSIl I PIKE'S OPIBA-HOU8K. :.
MS41 .
Holiday jPresents
TOY STOVES
Full Trimmed.
. Wholesale and Retail. '
ADAMS & PECKOVER
; NOVELTY IRON WORKS, '
deilj 833 WE8T FOUBTH-BTBKIT,
Table Batter at Wholesale.
"DRIMB 10 CUOICB
TABLE BUTTBR
JS. at 16 to SO cents,
Liberal receipts ererr da, by
express and railroad,
Batter nercnant,
1M Fourth -street, corner of Elm,
de2Se
affcTSTERS
FOR
CHRI8TMAB DOM'T
forget to aend In rour orders for those
rs for those snlendld
Orstersat
annuuBun tt,
Oom rUlnthand Vlne-atree '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
t fi kv
TO 0TT& PATRONS
irOttb 8AT THAT OUR STOCK
T rf tM Watohea. Jewelry .and Silver War?;.
now roll and complete. Thanarai lorinevery iidi
anl, Baetavamns' patronage wnicn naa oeen ex-
tended
AndAft to our establishi
our eetabliihuent for more tnan twenty-
'Bto years. w' take this
friends, and the publio generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselves in far bettor condition
now than formerly, to please their most fastidious
metnou Ui iuyiiiuh our
ancles. . .'., . .. .
Weveg teave to cbu atujuuuu vo a hhwwi.
ewelry, made from the new metal. Aluminum,
hronnht from Paris by one of oar firm, who has
lately returned. . . -- -
Our store is well supplied with valuable artloles,
suitable for presents for the approaching holidays.
The damage tO our nilTcr-waio AxauuiavMjrjr uy
late Bra ia now fully repaired, and all we now need:
to keep up Its vitality i" V""f ' "5
nril to fill the same with dispaieh, and
promise full satlslactlou to ait. wno may piease to
with their calls.
r . 1 .!..... 1 A A,
... Ji, tX lit JLiHUUlf V ' DDI aauu-Dvavi'v.
The highest price paid for old BilTer Coin of all
av trv VIUUVT OA Waist Tlfrh .saiaua
kinds.
BEGGS & SMITH,
No, .6 West Fourth-street,
Baying refitted their Store, hare filled It with tha
,', ' most eztenalye assortment oi ,
Fine Gold and SUver Watches,
SILVER WARE, FINE JEWEiRI
Vrair hroneht to ths Western country. These Goods
are NEW, selected by one of their Arm, just re
turned from New York many articles of direct Im
portation irom jcnrope. . ' t , .
Don't fail to triya them a call, if you want a Gold
or Silver Watch, Stiver or Plated Tea Bet, Diamond
or otber fine Jims., or any article usually lopi in
Jewelry stores, iney now nave toe nun ao t aim
La KliltBT assortm not in inecity. udijijbi-ip
HOLIDAY GIFTS !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED HEW
GOODS by jSxpreau, and onr assortment of
. ., LADIES' FURS,
Oonsiatlnaof
Hudson's Buy Sable )
mone marten . . , t,
, Canndstand Mink Sable; .
Kltoh, tslberiiuit Sojulrrelt Ve.
f f-nmnlAta and nnnaiiallv Inviting. We have a areat
variety of nice and handsome sets of
. , CHILDREN'S FVKS
ALSO Fur Gloves, Dollars, Robes, Fnr Coats, Ac.
We invite all purchasers of.
' HOLIDAY GISTS, "
To call and make selections from onr Btook of useful
and seasonable presents, which we otter at vew low
prices.- - ' ' '' ' 1
V. U. yJH.SQ.tr esc uu., .
del6tf No. OS West Third-street.
Assignee Sale!
GREAT BARGAINS!
SIO.OOO I3ST
CLOAKS!
$10,000 in
lIOlIBMGCiOODS
' $10,000 In
Dress Trimmintgs!
Comprising the entire "stock of O. Lewis, at the
Baraar, directly opposito the Postoffice. Becollect,
they
MUST BE SOLD!
delOam H. O. GILBERT, Agalgnce.
'I 'Tis better to laugh than be aighing."
Presents for the Holidays !
Auction Sale Stupendous!
102 Fourth-st., opposite the Postoffice.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
EXTRA0RDINARY1
S4a600 Worth
K t OF FINE AND RARE GOLD . ' :
I.-' ' From the late firm of : ' .
BALL, TJFFANY & DAVENPORT
Iuiportera tttid Manufnotorere of For
elsjn and American Jewelry, 30tt
. , and 368 Broadway, N. V.
PREoKtlTB FOB THB HOLIDAYS,
PBKSENT8 FOB THB HOLIDAYS, '
PRESENTS FOB THB HOLIDAYS,
fllKMi.l 1UU JttlJII milliVAIB,
PBE8HMIS FOB THB HOLIDAYS,
MOST BIATJTIFUL ABSOBTMINT,
M0T BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
; . ,. MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
j M08T BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
. MOST BBAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
: . , , .; Of
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
WATUHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACK LKTS, .
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
WATOHES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
WATGUES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RTJBIBH,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
PEARLS, 0PA18 AND RUBIES,
I,. .. , i PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
00BAL8. M08AIO AND TORQUOI8,
COBiLS, HOHAIO AND TORC U018,
CORALS MOSAIO ASD TORt UOlS,
OOBALH MOSAIC AND TORC UOIS,
OORaLS, MOHAI0 AND TORQUOIS,
CARBUNCLES, AMITHI8TS 4 THU8TILK
:J OARBUNOLES, AMITHISTS & TBU8TILB
8ABBUNCLES, AMITHISTS TBUSTI LK
ABBUNOLKS, AMITHIsTS A TBU8TILK
?- CARBUNCLES, AMITHISTS A TBU8TILK
BET8 FOB THB MILLION,
SETS FOB THB MILLION, -8ETB
FOB THB MILLION, . -:, :. m :
SETS FOR THB MILLION,
BETS FOR THB MILLION, .
..ma: AND BRACTEL8 TO MATCH,
AND BBAoTBLS TO MATCH,
AND BBA0TEL8 TO MATCH,
AND BRA0TBL8 TO MATCH,
AND BRACTEL8 TO MATCH,
JEWELRY OF EVERT DESCRIPTION",
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, .
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, . ,
, .... OF i : ' '
MAGNIFICENT A BEOHEBOHH PATTERNS,
" MAGNIFICENT BEOHEROHK PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT A BBCHEBOHM PATTERNS,
" MAGNIFICENT BEOHEROHK PATTERNS,
: MAGNIFICENT ft BEOHEUOUB PATTKBN8,
GOOD8 NOW ON EXHIBITION, , ,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS MW ON EXHIBITION, " .
, . ... TBS
' A '.m LADIES ARB INVITED TO OALL,
i " LADIES ARB INVITED TO CALL,
, LADIES ARB INVITED TO CALL,
i .. ' ' . LADIES ARB INVITED TO CALL,
. , ji LADIES ABB INVITED TO CALL,
ALL GOODS' WARRANTED . " ; , ', ;
ALL GOODS WARRANTED " ' - ' ,
ALL GOODS WARRANTED . ..
ALL GOODS WARRANTED . . :'
AUb WHJUDa WABBANTKD
l AS BEPBE8ENTED AT
-W AS BEPRE8ENTED AT
' . . ; S "
1MB OF BALK,
1MB OF BALE,
1MB OF BALK,
AS BEPBE8ENTED AT '
V
AS BEPREHE MTED
I AT '
imai ur balk,
AS BKPBEBENIID AT TIM1 OF SALE,
BALES POSITIVE.! f , .ftK -. -v
SALES POSITIVE. ."'.. ' ' ' 1 -
SALES POSITIVE. " A V. .
SALES POSITIVE. 'i ' . - i - . ' I
BALIS POSITIVE. . '' ' ..i. t
H. M, DAVENPORT, :
4tl9g'
iV . 1 s. i n ;v .

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