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A Paper To-Morrow.
' . The Pun Pun will make IU nppeertnos
m aruftl to-morrow mornlnf.
. Th first "HiwWi lddrtM" of the
Pmit Fiim will be received wits oordial p
probation.' It's in nproper vein, and iti merit
" will be appredated by a hvorable judgment.
The warmth of the weloome to the Carrier at
he proffers the address ahonid be in inverse
proportion to thoeoldneii of theiearotiefiraftf.
Remember the Carrier, who brings you the
- ppor in doipite of the severity of the weather.
Old Year Dead—Last Words.
"The warm no Is filling, the bleak wind U walling.
The bar bongos or sighing, the pels flowers art
dring: - . , "
And Dm ysar .
It ljrlSS." . :V
It hat been eaid by one of the reviews that
the dying often dream of their habitual oacu
petloni, and oonstruot an imaginary present
from the put. Dr. Armstrong departed de
livering medio! preoepti. Napoleon fonght
one battle over again, and the teat wordi he
muttered, were, "Ttlt d'armn." lord Ten
terdan, who passed straight from the judg
ment seat to his death-bed, fancied himself
still presiding at at trial, and expired, saying,
Gentlemen of the Jury, yon will now consider
jour verdict." Dr. Adams, the author of the
JfosMeAaWovMw, Imagined himself inaohool
distributing praiae and oenBure among hit
pupils. "But It grows dark," he said, "the
boys may dismiss;" and Instantly died. "Vy
friends," said Vontenelle, a short time before
he died, "I haTe no pain, only a little diffi
culty in keeping up life." Others evinoe their
Individual character. Washington said, "Ii,
la well." The elder Adams whispered, "In
dependence forever;" the younger Adams, "Ii
is'the last of earth." Jefferson, "I resign mj
eoul to God, and my daughter to my country."
Harrison, "I wish you to understand the true
principles of government; I wish them car
ried out; I aak nothing more." Webster, ' I
still lire." Taylor, "I have endeavored to
do my duty." franklin, "A dying man can
do nothing easy." John Randolph, "Re
morse." Byron, "I must Bleep now." Law.
renoe, "Dont give up the ship." Grotios,
"Be serious." Burns, "Don't let that
awkward equad Are over my grave." Sir
Walter Scott, "I feel as if I were to be myseli
again." .: Neander, "Bister, I am weary, lei
us go home.'' Sir Thomas Moore, (asceod
ing the scaffold,) "I pray you, see me safe up,
aid for my coming down, let me shift for my
self." General Lopes, "Adieu, my beloved
Cube; adieu, my brethren." , John Brown,
"I am always ready; don't detain me long."
Old eighteen hundred and fifty-nine ex
claimed, ae retiring on Its last slide, coasting
down hill, "Brery tub on its own bottom."
THE WATCHING WESLEYANS.
Saturday night the Methodist Churches all
over the world were open, to watch the old year
out and the new one in to watch and pray at
the death and the birth. ' All of na welcome the
coming and speed the parting guest. Good
. .it the old .and wejoome. ihe oensui veer. At
midnight strange mystic hour as Mi s. Stowe
termed it, when the veil between the frail
pieient and the eternal future grows thin, the
worshipers were on their knees in silent prayer.
THE FIRST SABBATH OF 1860.
weekly winding up required by the human
msohlne. Blessed and hallowed is the Sab
bath day. Bat when the year's halt comes,
we should on this jubilee week, while walk
ing In the orypts of life, in the language ol
Longfellow, hear the organ and the chanting
of the choir in the great Cathedral above up
and fear not to mount through the open dooi
from which we see the light stream when
some friend goes up before us, by the narroe
staircase of the grave that leads us out of thi
uncertain twilight into the serene mansions o(
the life eternal.
THE YOUNG AND THE OLD.
Now that we have passed the conjunction ol
two epoohs, the end and the beginning of thi
year, let us be reminded of and derive in
struction from a reflection of Coleridge: "1
have often thought what a melancholy world
this would be without children, and what sn
inhuman world without the aged."
The Penny Press for the New Year.
We remind business men and houe keep re
of their opportunity to embark with the New
Tear 2s new engagements of support and to
eonragemCitt of the Phut Paisa. Our a in
has been and is, to furnish at a trifling expente
to the friends of the paper,' though at heavy
expenditures and constant anxieties of the
conductors, a proper paper for the household;
to unite the Intellectual and the useful; to he
the type of the community in which it clroi
lates; to tell Its character as well as Its condi
tion iu tastes as well as its necessities; to Ic
the map whereon are traoed out tendenoiri
and destinies; the chart to direct the traveli t
and the settler to safe and pleasant harborage,
or to divert them from the shoala and quick,
sands of social degradation. It designs to In
euloate for your homes, and at yourfire-sidt
sentiments of propriety, and not in tones ol
contamination ; to indicate your prosperity
in your business features, and be the chronicler
of your advancement. We look for a very
Urge subscription list and a liberal advertising
"To-day Ethan Must go to Work Again!"
We say to those whose fortunes have been
washed away from them, to do as Xthan Stone,
an old pioneer citiaen of Cincinnati, did. Be
had made a oontract with the Commissioner
of Hamilton County to build a bridge ovir
Mlllcreek.'. The contract required that the
bridge should stand a certain length of time
before the Commissioners would receive it, in
order to test, Its strength. The bridge, which
eoat quite a large sum of money, daring a
iood was floated from its place and bone
down the Ohio river. Next day Mr. Stone
wrote to his brother, in New Hampshire,
'Last night the wind and flood carried away
atl my fortune. To-day, I than must go to
So, discouraged business men; do ye. .Let
act adversity disarm your energy; but build
a aew bridge over the millcreek of your mis
fortune. ; Stert with a new year, (with new
The Exiles from Madison County, Ky.
, Fear having taken possession of the minds
of slaveholders In and about Madlsoh County,
Ky., that the colony of anti-slavery school
teachers and mtnisters clustered there a nu
cleus started by an anti-slavery Kentnokian
Rev. Jhn G. Fee the whole party, con
sisting of twelve men, eight of them with
families the whole amounting to thtrty-stx
in number, tnoluding the grey-headed and the
infant at the breast were caused to leave
their settlement at Berea, near Riohmond, the
county seat, and the party came to this oity
on Friday night. This inseotrlty was caused
by the apprehensions really entertained, that
another John Brown raid might ensue frcm
the party who were preaching and teachirg
sohool in the heart of Madison. . This eounly
Is situated iu the middle portion of the State,
and lies on the Waters of Kentucky River,
which skirts it on the north and west
bounded on the north ty Fayette and Clark,
east by Eitell, south by Laurel and Rock
oastle, Garrard and Jessamine. Madison, is
one of the largest counties In the State.
Richmond Is the county seat, and Is about
fifty miles from Frankfort It was at Boones
borough, in this county, that Daniel Boone,
the pioneer, built the first fort ever erected In
Kentnoky, and made the first permanent set
tlement of the State in 1775.
Two of the exiled teachers and preachers
were offered an opportunity, and last night
occupied Mr. Conway's pulpit in this city.
A Rev. Mr. Boughton, formerly of Oberlln
Theological Sohool, related succinctly the
origin and hlsto of the settlement, and the
temper and need of the neighborhood. His
words were kindly as to thoso whose fears and
feelings of Insecurity caused their expulsion.
No upbraiding or complaint was made at what
had been done; he, as did a Mr. Reed who
spoke, expressed a hope that as the good of
Kentuokians was their only aim, that as they
were opposed to the use of arms or force, and
in favor only of love, and of doing good, by
schools, by instruction in the bible, and by a
good example in the mechanic arts, that they
might be permitted to return. "
They were bold to say that the result of their
remaining in Kentucky would be to aid, as
rapidly as possible, the amelioration and final
abolition of slavery, but not by force; their
absenoe, they think, is ten tines as eOcacious
preaching as their presence. The sohool that
is olosed, the church that is ' unoceopled, the
tin of love broken, the ehlldren weeping be
cause they have lost their sohoolmaster, are
olamorous testimonials that their, return is
needed. They declared that their expulsion
was not from causes of hot heads, but after
the most protracted and earnest reflection of
legislators and other men of charaoter. The
good men of Kentuoky had given their judg
ment that they shonld leave and they bowed
to the providential interposition Which would
result in awakening Northern men to a work
of Christian duty, and Kentucky and the South
to a realization of their true situation.
The Water Rent Bills.
A new tariff of rates for water rent having
been adopted by the Trustees of the Water
works, the bills falling due to-day, and here
after, until further ordere ', will be charged
per annum as follows, vis: Families occupy
ing a house containing one or two rooms $4;
three or four rooms $5; five or six rooms fft;
seven or eight rooms $8; nine or ten rooms
e;, ui.imm-w mums $10; thirteen or
fourteen rooms $11; fifteen or sixteen rooms
$12; seventeen or eighteen rooms $13; nine
teen or twenty rooms $14. Houses containing
more than twenty rooms to be charged at the
rate of 50 cents for each additional room.
Houses now ocoupied by more than one family
to beoharged at the above rates for one family,
and $2 each for every additional family.
Boarding-bouses to pay the same rates as
above, for honses containing the same number
of rooms, and the following additional rates,
to-wlt: Seven to twelve rooms $3; thirteen
to twenty $6; teenty-oue to thirty $12; thirty
one to forty $20. Public baths, warm, $10
each tub; cold, $5; private, warm, $5; cold,
$3; water-closets, public houses, $5; private,
$3; urinals to be assessed. Plugs or hoee
hydrants, for washing side walks, $3 for each
house of twenty-five feet front or lets, and
for all fronts exceeding twent-five feet 12
oentsper foot additional; comer buildings to be
charged at the above rates for both fronts; plugs
for gardens end other purposes to be assessed;
barber-shops, $2 each chair; stables, $2 eaob
stall; oarriage, baggy or wagon, $1 each; each
work horse, $1; street troughs for horses, $5;
bakeries for each barrel of flour consumed,
1 cent; ooffee-houses,from $5 to $20; restaurants,
from $5 to $25; fountains, jets, to be assessed;
stores, offioea and sleeping rooms, from $2 to
$10; smith shops, eaoh forge, $2; brlek-work,
10 cents per thousand briok; plastering, i)i
oents for each bushel of lime aied; stone
work, 8 cents per peroh; private and parish
aohools, asylums and churohes, to be assessed
from $2 to $10; steam engines to be assessed
by the tables, according to size of boilers,
extent of fire surface, pressure of steam, size
and velocity of engines, etc.; and for every
fifty hands employed, an additional charge of
f 6; or the amount shall be determined by the
meter, and paid for at the rate of 1J cents
per hundred gallons; manufactories, hotels,
distilleries, tanneriee, slaughter-houses, brewe
ries, and all other large consumers, to pay at
the rate of IX cents per hundred gallons
the amount to be determined by the estimation
of the' superintendent or surveyor, or by meter.
Saint Toodles' Day.
The demoralised Influence of the modernly
conducted custom of receiving an army of
tillers on New Year's Day must come to an
end, or we will become a race of Toodles.
This Is St. Toodles Day. We beg of sensible
people to dethrone the Idol, and receive visit
ors without making both parties inebriates.
American men and women observe the golden
mean Temperanoe. We honor the ladies who
break through the custom in their practice to
day, by repudiating the demijohn contain leg
We do not counsel the giving of a cold re
ception, by spreading a repast outside the
front door, but let the cheer be warm the re
freshment be a beverage one that does not
Inebriate. . , '
Two Paasoss Bobst to Diith. The clothes
of Margaret Goolin, a chambermaid, caught
fire a day or two since, In New York, and an
other woman, Margaret Dunlevy, in attempt
ing to extinguish the flames with her own
garments, was burnt to death.
A child five years of age, Michael H. Haley,
was burnt to death on the same day In the
same city, his clothes having caught fire from
A Maxdai.4 Mabia Hsaoisxa Bauds.
The hand of the heroine of a novel is always
mall. ' Whatever' the size of the lady; 'she
must have a tiny hand. ThIs the novelist
gives her by prescriptive right, and as a nec
essary mark of beauty. We suppose thsy go
upon the same principle that the Chinese do
In relation to a lady's foot And yet our
Christiana ridicule the Pagan taste of the gen
try of the Oelestian Empire.
Bat why should a small hand be accounted
a characteristic of beantyT If we rightly un
derstand the matter, a hand, or foot, or nose,
in order to look well, should be in doe pro
portion to the rest of the body. It is not the
smallness of the limb that makes it beautiful,
but the Jott relations It bears to the other
parts. A small hand,, therefore, unless it be
upon a small person, Is an absolute deformity;
and the novelists, while they think themselves
beautifying their heroines by giving them
tiny hands, are making them absolute frights.
They ore for the most port, tall and person
able ladles as one would meet with on a sum
mer's day; but they have the most contempti
ble little hands with which any poor creature
was ever disfigured, r i .
Death or .a. Tbksxablb Niqxbss. On
Wednesday a remarkable colored woman
named Mary Johnson, disd at her residence,
corner of Emory and Columbia-streets. Her
age wee reckoned at one hundred and three
years, as she was born in the year 1738, when
George Washington was a young man twenty
four years old, snd long before solence had
dreamed of patting to work her powerful
agenoles for steam and telegraph. The most
remarkable feature of her life Is, that she never
was a servant of General Washington. .
Hamdsobi Bridal Pbbsbwts. M. Rosen, a
Jewish banker of Warsaw, has recently pre
sented his two daughters, who were married
at Leipsie one to a Hamburg manufacturer,
the other to a London merchant with a dowry
of $500,030 eaoh. .
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
feet eight inehes by the pier mark, and stand
ing. Mercury 40 deg. in the sun, still in
tensely oold. - !
Pittsbubo, December 31 P. M. River
about stationary, without any change sinoe
noon. Weather clear and very oold
St. Lours, December 31 P. M River
falling slowly. The ice commenced running
this morning. The underwriters forbade sny
boat to start up or down, except on their own
responsibility. Weather dear and oold. The
meroury was down to sero this morning.
Louisvillb, December 11 P. M. River rlsi
ing slowly, with seven feet six Inches in the
oanal. Floating loe is fast accumulating,
threatening to cbitruot navigation. Weather
olearand yery cold. The mercury at eight
o'clock this morning was eight degrees above
ssro. - .
The Ohio River, whtoh we reported ss
el owlr decUnln on Frid7, in tbe Iwt Usn, be
came stationary during tbe night, and before morn
ing u ilowly ewelliag. The water oontlnnwt to
aecead ilowlynd wae last erenlng etill coming up
very (radnallr the Increase in ToTume for the pre
vlona twentj-foor houra being about eighteen or
The weather has been exceedingly cold sinoe onr
laat, and freezing harit, forming adore-Ice and in
ereaelng the Tolume of that which ii pauisg down
the atream. The liyerwaa auite full of ice on Satur
day and more ao yeeterday, large telds floating by
No boats are departing for the nr-per porta, and
fram appearance! laat night one wonld judge none
wonld leTe for any point to-day. Toe ferriM bad
Seat difficulty in making their tripe, and were de.
Ined eometlmee for nearly on hour In making their
way from chore to skore.
BoilneM was dull on the Leree laat Saturday, with
few offerings, thoae on the South prellminatlng. Tbe
rate were aa fol Iowa:
Fittaburg-Untton, 7Se.: Molaaaes. 7e.j Wblikj
Mo.; Flour, 80c. : Pork and Lard, 4lo.s Found
Freights. I.to. per lno Ilia.
NaahTille-Wbisky, per brl., Mo.) Ale, 30c.; Found
freighta, l.t20o. per 100 I be.
8t. Louie Hmyt Found Freight, 26c. per 100 lba.:
Whisky ui 011,650, per brl.;HtOTee, 25o.; Ale, 60c.
New Orleans Whiaky and Oil 90c; Floor, Mo.: Pork
79c.; Bacon, Batter, Jbeee, 4c; 86c. per 100 lot.;
Keg Lard. 20aj Empty Barrel,, 26c., Horses, f 10 per
head; JPouna tWehu, am.
Abbivau. Jaoob 8 trader, Loo liTille; Bottona,
Portsmouth; Queen of the Wut, New Orleani; Prl
oreea, Madinon; Ellen Gray, Kanawha: H. JTltehusu.
Uemphia; Virginia Home, Neville.
Bipabtubes. 8llver Wave, New Orleans; Vigo,
do.; LnneStar, do.; Switzerland, do.; Dunbar, Brani
Tlllej Priori,,, Hadlaon; Bottona, Portsmouth: Ja
oob S trader, Louiirille; Virginia Home, Neville.
A. A.' Eyster, Clooks, Watches snd
Jewtlry, Noe. Ml and 171 Western-row.
v T" i0,000 Ambrotypes and Melainorypes
can be bad at tbe Broadway Gallery for Holiday
f-9 Daguerreon Qallery. south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, oyer Hannaford's
drng-atore. Pictures taken and nt in good eases
for twenty cei. te. Warranted to please.
UHALLBN-OOHOON.-On Thursday evening,
Deo, :e, at the reaidence of the bride's mother, bj
the Bar. James Cfaallen, of Philadelphia, James B,
Ohallen and Laura A. Cohoon, both of this elty.
dropay, after a painful and protracted illness, Levi
W Holabird. in tbe thirtieth year of bie axe.
The fuoeral will take place from the reaidenoe of
bis auut, Mrs. A. B. UoUblrd, No. 275 Weat Fourth
street, to-morrow (Tueedar) morning, at 9 o'oloek.
Hit frlenda and those of tbe family are Invited to
MOBRT.80N.-On Friday, llooember SO, of conges
tion of tbe brain, Robert Morrison, aged nineteen
years, elz months and four dayt,son of Elisabeth
Qoesln and atep-aon of Jaoob Qostln. .
HUOaES.-B'O. 30. Israel, fed fear veers and
nine months, sou of Israel sod Buth Hughes.
GA8EY.-In this city, on Friday evening. Dee. SO,
at ten minutes after s o'clock, Joshua Casey, in tbe
forty third year of his age.
O ATE9. December 81, of inflammation of the
bowele, Harry L. Gates, aged tlx months and twenty,
The friends of the famllyare respectfully Invited
to attend hit funeral to-day, id, at 1 o'clock P. M
without further notice, at the residence of the pa
rents. No. 4 West Kigbth
There is no Doubt
YOU CAN GST WHAT YOU WANT AT "'
100 West Fourth-street.
For a New-Year Present,
1(K WEST FOURTH-STREHT,
Is the place to find a suitable and useful selection.
Closing Out at Cost!
Collars and Sets
r Are now selling VXBY LOW at
'100 WEST 170VRTH-ST., '
A very useful Present for Haw-Year. deJltf
FOR THE CHEAPEST '
Ia the eity, go to
elelOtf Xs. SU Tiftb-etreet, near Wasters row
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SPECIAL NOTICES. 4
posTorrrmn. Ctwchhuti, Vks. , tasf.-"
sw5rON MONDAY, JUMUAKV 8.
tbar " I860, this offlos will open at the uaual
hour, olose at It A. tt re-open at Sand eloeeat I
P. M. Haial J. h. TATTIES, P. M,
VJ INO of CINOINHATI Tl. A. A
0H4.PTIR, No. i, THIS (MondsyJ IVIM- V
INO, Jauuary 2. I8fl. A full attendance Is AA
desired. ja?a1 B. WHlTCOMB, Bto'y.
I. O. O. F THE MEMBERS
7, 1. O. u. r.. are hereby notified to ..3S h Tt
meet at tbelr rail TUESDAY M(HM-i7tfi,, I
INO, Januarys, lc0, at iX o'oloek, to!;
attend tha funeral ot onr deceased - wr" .
Brother, L. W. Holabird. Mem bars of othr Lodges
are retpeotfully invited. By order of tbe N. O.
jaib' PRO. A. STINGER, Per. fleo.
saVTE BELIEVE OUR ASSORT-If-
MINT of choice Far tie the best In tbe
city. Beoent arrlrala of very line Bab Is Kit make it
Of all the cheaper gradee of Tors we hare a great
variety, and a great many kinds of ...
CHILDREN'S FUR8, . 1
Bootable for holiday gifts. Tbey are going on" at very
W. ',- odd&co., ,
" ' ' . '. , ..." Batters and Furriers,
delWf ' ' 144 Main-street.
?7CHIKBt,AIN9 AND FROST
fctW, ED rBKT.-Palmer'e Vegetable Oosmetio
Lotion Is the never-falling remedy for these great
annoyances. It not only effects a complete ears,
often by one thorough application, but it deoreasee
the liability to a return of the same difficulty. For
aals by drnggista generally.
, SOLON PALMER, Agent,
da ' ' Ho. 3S West Fourth-street.
ySLf OmuiKKiTif Deo. 17, 18M.-Mr. S. Palmer
Deardlrs forae fite years since I received a terere
iniurr on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
I have been greatly annoyed by a outanrous disease
oa the earns. After utlng various lemedlee without
success, 1 was Induoed to try your Vegetable Oos
metio Lotion, and am bappy in Informing you that
the use of half a bottle hat left my arm at smooth
and free from disease as Its mate, . .
Gratefully yours, "
JOHN W. SANEKUOWBB.
. No. MS West Third-atreet.
For sals by drtiggiits everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Uoemetlo Lotion, and accept of
nothing else. fiOLON PALMKK, Agent.
de2 Mo. IS Weet Fourth-street, 01ncmnatl, O.
Of nos or tan Ohio arc iiississim E. B. Co., 1
Cincinnati, November 11, 1890. f
NOTICE-FOR THE CONVE-
HIKNUK or tnippere, the Ohio and Missis-
slppi Hall road Company have eetabllahed an Onto at
ho. 46 Publio Landing, where throngb rates can be
obtained at all times on freights for Bt. Louis or
points oeyono. t, IjUuuu,
de7am General Freight Agent.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL PIS-
OOVBBY ia acknowledged br tha moat em.
nent phyelciana, and br tbe most careful druggists
uircugnout toe u nitea states, to oe tne moat enectuai
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent ourea, than
any preparation known to the profession, Scrofula,
Salt Bbeum, Erysipelas, Bcald-head, soelv eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions tor the cure of ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and rnnnlng nloera, is given in
the pamphlet with each bottle. For eale br J OHM D.
PARlT SDIBB. EOKlTElM A OO., and GEUKQE
M.DIXON. Price SI. tepl9-ay
VC OKB RAILROAD
COMPANY OF OINOIN
MATI.B.W. corner of Third
and Bace-streats, Ootober,
15. IAA0. This road la now win
if, ,I1,rT,1f .' ten ,m'nnee, from 6:10 A. M. nn
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
front Wood to Lawrence-street, and weatward on
Fourth-etreet to Smith, and on Fifth-etreet to
Wooi...'ilti,,wlu lea bear in mind that the
cars will invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping for passengers.
oclS-tT JAMES J. BOBBINS, President.
Y. M. M. L.
Of Baiter, Hart 4 Oook. i
Wm. C. Vanderbilt,
Of David GibeonaOo.
, OOBBK8PONDINQ SECRETARY,
Wltb Harrison A Hooper.
J. .T. JTIcDoarell,
With Commercial Bank.
, , TBEABTJBEB,
H. G. Hubbard,
With Oaylord, Bon A Oo. .
Joseph . Woodrufl,
With PearwnAOo.; ,
Joliu n. Wilson,
Of Wilson, Xggleston A Co.
William J. Torrence,
With T. 8. Dngan Co. 7
Jos. II. Chapman.
With Wynne, Hajnea Oo.
I At a maas meeting of the Independent party, held
n the Leoture-rnom or Meohaulot' Inttltute, on
ridav evening, Deoembsr 16, the foregoing were
unanimously nominated as the candidates of the
party, to be voted for at the election. Tuesday, Jan
uary a I860. JOHN W. DODLEI, Obairman.
Jab. W. Vihtob, Secretary. del9tf
Every Family should possess one
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L ADD, WEBSTER & C0.'S
. . First Premium ,
THESE MACHINES ARB CAPABLE
of performing every variety of family tewing,
from the finest muslin to the thickset and coarstet of
oloths, and with equal perfection.
We have lately taken tbe
y.-:.':i.,: AT THB
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Pennsylvania 8tate Fair, PhUa, ;
New York ftate Fair, Albany;
Kentucky State Fair, Lexington j
Seaboard Agricultural Fair, .
" HOBFOLK, YA.,
And at many County fairs throughout tbe country.
Call and Examine Them.
T.. SALESROOMS. .
So. St WIST FOOBTH-BTBIBT, Cincinnati; .
J. D.WILLI AMB, Lexington, Ky.t ;
P. Ib lOSKETT, LonlsTills, Ky. I '
H. O. LINDSAY, BuddeU'a Mills, ly. ;
: T. B. BANEIN, Oyothlana, Ky.
B. I. OABPKNTXB, Paris, Ky, .
W. H. WIBI, Uayavllls, Ky. . ' ;
J. W. WILLIAK8, HathvUle,TenB. , js4
,lti ' ,
I HAVE THIS DAT ASSOCIATED WITH
main the Lumber Butln-st OHAB. 8. BM1TH,
under tbe firm nssas of THUS. H..WBA8NAB i
OO. Thankful to my friends for paat favors, 1 would
solicit eonttnuenoe of thai rpstronags for tbe fl rat
jedo . ... w THOS. HTwiASniB
FOR JHE HOLIDAYS!
THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE NEW
YBAB is the time to buy a
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing MaeWne,
And thus emaaolpate yonr wife from the slavery of
tbe needle. Buy tbe best, which the American In
stitute of Mew York have deolded to be
And have awarded it tha .
. . . OOLD MDAL
Tbe following article, from tbe New York Tribune
will show Wheeler A Wilton to be tar in advance of
oompetlng machines ss to number sold :
"The number of machines sold last year by the
leading manufacturers le enormous, for tbs twelve
month ending July, Wheeler A Wilson sold. 15,774
J. at. Bit) gar A Uo..m..M...M.MM........9,t'iS
Orover A Bakr.......,..8,82S
Burtholf A Oo.....,........m.,.h.,. 712
LeavlttA Oo.m.. .. tu
Yookls A LyoB.wM..,ww.,,.M Sal
Thla statement la obtained from the books of
XUaa Howe, Jr., to whom each nunuteotorer pays a
license for tbe ttitoh.
We present the (blowing " . '.V,.;
" The tubetltutlon of the rotary movement of the
' hook ' l.r the reciprocating motion or tbe shuttle
Is the latest grand Improvement on the Sawing Ma
chine, and it is tbat which now glvea Wheeler A
Wilson's its decided advantage overother Machines.
Hereover, for economy of power, ease of manage
ment, variety of adaptation and apeed of execution,
it no doubt surpasses all others for family use."
. . BEY. D. W. GLABK, D. D.,
i :. Editor of Ladles' Bepoeitory.
' " My little daughter, of nine years, takes onr ma
chine (vV heeler A Wilton's) apart, oils It and puta it
in plaoe. easily and readily adjusts its parts, and per
forms with it all ordinary work. .She oan make aer
own dresses, Including hemming, gathering and
setting in the sleeves. Pour months' use in my fam
ily has made It a necessity and a luxury." I
. BBV. OHA8. B. B0YHT0H.
" We use tbe Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine,
and can lay in regard to it that it It without a rival.
Mo other Machine exceeda It in its adaptation to all
purposes of domestic rue." -Bolentlfie American.
"We have personally examined the various ma
chines before tte publio, with an anxious desire to
flaoe before our readers reliable information. As
he result of such examination, we unbesitatingiy
recommend Wheeler A Wilson's Hewing Machines
as the machine for family use." Western Christian
Advocate. ., . 4. ' i
In addition to aueh testimony, we refer
to the 40,000 families and manufacturers
to whom we have sold, and to the follow
intr well-known persons of this dry, now
aslng onr Haohlneei j
Mrs. Lain Anderson, . Mrs. Beth Brant, j
Mrs. Wm. Keaor. Mrs. Jason Kvans,
Mrs. 0. K. Bhoenbener, Mrs. James B. Smith,
Mrs. Adam N. Biddle, Mrs. Wilson K. Nixon,
Mrs. John L. Btetlmut, Mrs. Joseph W. Wayne,
Mrs. Mllea Ureenwaod, Mrs. B 8. Carpenter,. ,
Mrs. Stonier Matthews, Mrs. Major MoOrea, I ' .
Mrs. P. B. wilher, Mrs. Judge Hoadly, .
Mrt. Jas. P. Kllbreatb, Mrs. Henry 0. Lord,
Mrs. Joseph 0. Butler, Mrs. 8. 8. L'l'ommedleu,
Mrt. Oharlet B. Wolff, Mrs. Samuel Stokee, ...i -Mrt.
J.Sleylu, Mrs Jot. Longwerth.
Mrt. Dr. Woodward, : Mrs. Rev. D. W. Clark.
Mrt. Dr. Oomegyi, Mrt. Bev. L. Bwormitedt,
Mrt. Wm. Hellew, Mrt. Rev. 0. B. Bqynton,
Mrt. Geo. D. Winchell, Mrt. Kev. Geo. 0. Eoblnton,
Mrs. Thos. W. Bpragus, Mrs. Bev. (Jbas. Jeiqgtley.
We deliver Machines at ths bouse of tha par
ehater, send a lady to instruct in its use, and wgy.
rant and keep In order for three years. j
Call during the Holidays at our office, , '
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE, I
NO. 77 FOURTH-STREET.
WM. SUMNER & CO.
tde23h) , '
RBMOVAL.-H- S. MILES HAS RE
MOVED to No. SI Main street, and will con
tinue the General Auction and Commltslnn busl
nis, under ths firm name of H. 8. MILES A CO.
Thankful to my friends for past favors, I continue
to solicit consignments of merchandise of every de
scription. Liberal advances made on consignments.
Country orders filled at private sulo at the lowest
Begulai sales will be held on Tuesdays and Thurs
days of each week. H. 8. MILKS.
OO-PABTlIEBSUIP.-The nndunlgned have this
day entered into a co-partnorsMp for tlie transaction
of a Uetierrl Auction aud ('ominlation nutlueas, un
der the Brut nsme of ii. 8. MILES A CO.
, M , H. 8. MILES,
laM T. S. BOQKBS.
A USEFUL ARTICLE.
SPALDING'S ' i
A LARGE LOT JUST SSCBIVEd
" Ths trade supplied at j , t
APPLEGATE & M
STATIONERS it BOOK8LI,ER9,
' No. 4S MAlN-STBEETs ;( ';' ',
USEFUL IN EVERY DOUSE FOB
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware, Ao, '
Wholesale Depot, No. SO Piatt street. Now York.
Address HIHBT 0. HPALDiNO A 00.,
. Bob No. 8,600, Mew York.
Put np for Dealers In Oases containing four, einh
and twelve doten a beautiful Lithograph BUi'V.
Card accompanying each package.
NEW HAMS DAVIS'9 DIAMOND
BHA.ND Just ent of smoke; also, sew Dried
Beef and Beef Tonsuss, just received ana for sale bv
deiO FEBGCBON, Corner Ninth and U -
whisky be go
, Ooraw Kin
nth and Yke. ,
OYSTER'S. Lota of 'am, and of the fit. at
quality at FIBGTJBON'8, ...
del . . Corner Ninth and Tina.
GOOD BLACK. OOLQNG TEAS, at jo
deJO Nos. Sit and 831 Main-strV .
EXTRA FINE TOTJNQ HYSON TEA' t
atoOcsntsperlb.,at f OOLTEB'H. '
Nos. 819 and 821 Maln-strw
P"Jj" OLD GOVERNMENT JA VA
OOIIHat - - OOLTIB'R, ,
VERY IINB MOCHA AND RIO tx i?"
IM at .. .. OOLTBl'8, .
d Nos.aitand Ml Main-street.
"VEW HAMS. New tufar-oursd nams
Xl John8hayjbest-at OOLTIB'8,
de80 Noa.8sad8M Malu-etrs i.
Q.BNT8' FRENCH BOOOTS, ,
FBINOH SHOES AND OAITEH8,
' FBINOH BLIPPIBB .
Just reoalvsd by XxWeas.eaUtSBnSr.e39
" ' - ' J.H. DCTgOs
;ds;i-;.r WsBtFonrtbIrssi ,'
Jf ECONOMY I A
J- Save the Pieces 1
IRISH AND 6C0TCH WHISKr. Noih
ing can be raore pleasant of a oold winter's
night than a good Irish or Scotch Whisky Pun Ii
ana nowhere can better whisky bs got than at
.i i ' ;.
- No. UNoMl
','.- -. BV
MAIsTBY'S SUPERIOR J
: NO. l, ,,
,f ; , Maltby's Celebrated j
..in- i i' , H. ScM.
H. &; He's.
as. m.s. ;:r: ,::-
C. si M.'ft, :-:
s Ne Fins Ultras,
0. 8. M.
0. 8. M.V '
;-;J'- C. 8. Na's.
FRYING, ; ;
And you will not T disappointed. MALTBT'S
OYSMB8 are all warranted. .
lOaOOO " Xxx
; X .$l10Jfp.OO In
Cofrrisin tbe ntlre stock of 0. Lewis, at the
tea!, directly opposite the Postoffioe. Beoolleot,
they , .
MUST BE GOLD!
del Own H. O. GILBERT, Assignee.
FAMILY BIBLES !
;;; ; i . JVBT opened by
f v . T . .-ij
Mcore, Wilstach, Keys 4 Co.,
With or without Clasps! also a variety bf plainer
etyVis, and an assortment of "
and Pocket Bjbles
- Prayer Books and
i ,. flymn BoolUaJ
In flne-lndlngs and with Clasps, suitable for Now.
Tsar Pi esentt, received and far aals at lotrllgores,
whelws. to and retail by ;; 'J
Moo) :e, Wilstacli, Keys k Co.,
' 35 Wert FourtD-atreetj'
dtSlb ' Between Main and j
' : ' Hi AY : GIFTS I
tin have jusi received new
W w : a OOD8 by txpress, and onr ataonment of
- -v, IiA0IK6 FTJH.8,
Oonslsttns; of -
Hadswo'erBnr Kasle v
. SLtmmm mauaeais -
I ,. 1nad aU IHIak B.VI.I
' - - A'lUh, Mberisui, Msalnel, eVe-j
Is oomplete ana nnaeuslly Inviting . Ws bsve a fresv1
CHIUDB.KN'8 FCKS. i
ALBO fnr Gloves, Oellart, Bobes, Fnr Ooats. Ao.
ws invite all snrcbasertoe . i'
To cUI and make selections from onr ttoAof nesfoi ?j
and seasonable i resents, which ws offer at vew low 7-t
Prie 0. B. CAMP& C0.,
delttf We. 05 Weet ThtrsVstreet,
Pesush Orcrasurd, Voahlo6ea7, hmrtfar
City ftoel SrraeauM Oenlsj. ;
m-erriB ARTS DELIVERING THE ABOVB
WW -..itttaaar Coal from tha boats in azmlUnt '
) , ' arovMf 1 1 ui vvw mh wit.
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