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"WAHT8," "FOB BALI," "TO IKT,""L08I,"
"royI)clHhifOOlOBn, poaprlng five 11km
or lew, two lrjWtlW. twenty -five cents; ' - i '
WANTED To mIT and,. bay, valuable
Christmas and Hew Year's presents. Double
ntr? book-keeping sokolarshlps Id Bacon', West
rn Ohio and.tjuudy College. Good for day and
Teniae study.' Alerter is saved by Buying. aodIv
at TUTTLE'd exchange office, Sycamore Ad ThlYtL
de2b, , . r , y. E. AOKLEf.
want -boarding lu a private family
tan minutes' walk of Front and JoKn-etreel
, nreet wmuai, Olnclnnnatl postoffloe. de2obj
WAHTED-SIIUATION By . yoaf
man of geod addressees ' eeaietant book
keeper. Good reftrenoe given. Adireai J.O. MoD.,
tit this Aftl. - . ,. TTTT- . . jul,
at tnli office.
WANTED BAKERS One loaf bread
Baker that nnderetandaoottfeetlonery. Apply
al No. 21, corner front and Sycamore-streets. .
i ldo24bl , -
WANTS D A BITUATION-Ai n
gineer, Has a Government license. Beat
or cttr reference given. Addres AVNGINXBR, thli
office. . - delHb'
help for situations
w v or any kind can all
Jwave be had at a moment's
nonce, by appiyjot
Dg at go. oo jtaat TMrd-alreet. base-
Express .office. ' Mo
charge to servant. . .
enpTfr-S-Clerks', book-keejieTi;' sales-"
ww ' men, bar-keepers, portere, coopers, oarpen.
ten, mechanics, laborer! and others, can find situa
tions, at the, Merchants' (Jierka Keg la try Oifioe, IM
Walnut-street. ' de26awT "HAMatlO; '
WANTED-lk E N A large somber of
w actlre, Indnatrlooa men can And agreeable
and atlhe same time, lucrative employment in the
sale of' eonie new and popular book and Map.
These work are written by the best historians and
authora known to the civilized world ; hence their
popularity. Come and examine for yonreelvee be
fore engaging In the sale of other publications. : -.
-' . : MACK K. BABN1TZ, Publisher, . .
deltr - M Weal fourth-street, Cincinnati.
OR SALE The Furniture and irood
oi w Btaruiiig.none ooinga gooo ouem
satechean for cash. The bouse
rooms aud kltob.ee, with, every thing necessary for
carrvtnu on the business. Kent 1400 ner rear.
portion apply, at Mo. 163, East Third-street, Tor
litis wawk onfy.
FOR SALE GROCERY A gdod oharioe
for business, on reasonable terms, a well located
grocery aland with stock aud fixtures. Address Box
1793, foatolnca. de24aw
"E10R RENT ROOMS Two or four rooms
JL for rent A
Hmlth and John.
Apply at 318 Fifth -street, between
ItlOR SALE CHEAP A desirable RESL
. DBNUE, two-story frame, six rooms, good out
buildings, situated" on lligh-street, Oxford, Ohio,
near the Female Inatstute and depot.- Apply aoou
to the owner, A. .0. DYAS, at .No. 177 Sycanuiro
Ktrif t.pincUnatl,!or PATTOIf f L.IDDI1K1 Hq.h
West Third-street, Olnciunati. del8feod
lpJtL,8AIiEr;,10.T9We Hotter, (pime
M 'OmoteiTtAUt.i at cms of the tteateat'storea
lu the cityHoj 357 West BixiU-atrect-whoWnale
and retail. Also Buckwheat Flour, pure Maple Bu
gar aud prime Holiday Oytra, Ac. All warranted
ropisnf ed. ,. , ";, -l , , , BTpMONT,
de23awr,.:.;.i i D. JtkKtHltM-
1 rnea'can be aooommodated with
lated with board and
: board Dd
comfortable rooms at the Central Hotel, No,42C
Main-street, near Eighth. The bouse has just been
t iieuirai ixuiet, xiu,'Mti.
ntted-ujMn legant,style, and therjttmoalalteation
paid t&Kueata "Terms moderate, ..wl jdettb
"TOR RENTi "
'15 1 :"' . I J i r - . , r I . T
TMOR RENT-KOOatS'iood suite of rooms
-L wltB:-savcW5l8I1WraDV' Sfniur. Kenl
(IS per month, payable lu advance. Koferenoe re
quired. Apply at No;iffij Iiongworth-stteet. de86b
FpR ' EEHT ROOiaS A Wplef fine
rooms to let wltb board, t No,, 3lt.Sycaraote-
atreesj . neieresce requireqi , n i n H"-"7
. OOR RENT HOUSE A convenient and
JL comfortable thrce-atory brick dwelllog, 8,
i:tna aii nmu. ajm K(j-ry-tiia
Vtroil.-wltli 111 rooms, gas, cistern, and all fmproYa-
ournaa oimuju. ami Eejxr!uivwpr4'-
ment8,!-Heht low to a nrei'euwe.iei
tenant ! Apply al
f OST DOG-flO REWARD Dr. 'Kane's
JLt Eaontroaux Bog Toodleiulck,; Any person who
. will returu the sauw shall. receive tue uuoverewaru.
ahMt) i- i. i . , , D.U. JiAUU. I
TOUNB-tJIHSnRAKCB 51 :0LICY 0
, baueahaW furniture awl.cJothlg, expires May
t wliM(ti$b(towneron-bave iae-aauke tViajUluiat
,,D. B CADY &CO.',;
"flf AVE ICR SALE A, LARGE, ASSORT-
iM the M4 Stand, corner ot Flflh and Walurtbtits,
' ' (lle3bWl: C.' ."DO T HflPQ" !
M IlItJSIOAK CO'
,UIAN08 AT A SACRIFICE, I tola, ithls
W 'until tue 1st or January, lllti,, i
I wilt sell Pit
I win sell riaaoe lor casn gutr, at
uticof .Ut;WIU liapc4.aur,opelle
Luy. Et'en those who do pot warn I
.. ..t .. ,.u , hi th.t knw-M a
Uie time tti" buy. I5Tl rent, and" lrt- tlriSent pay
for the Ulaaet i: .iniiiiu i. u. ..aigiiuii, i
iio.72 West Fourth-street.;
jyP'yj'11!??? MelodeopinjHypyr j)W
OW, IF EVER. As my neighbor! afe
oBerina great tnotioemetitnor
. cash, and as 1 am not Willing that
,! my friends, and customers should
1 fnH 'tn kn u ted as to Brlce. I would
'".ot, that t will not he nndentolri In ' l. 'i
",'any bonse :ln Cincinnati. I will still rent, and lkt
the rout pay for the Piano, at West H-njirth .street,
- ' r nnrrwrm. .1
.. . Derwt tor MelMeons anir HarraonltuBS. -1 aoi
1aTASONIC QUICK-STEP, A& PER-
ATJL FOBMGDbyUenter'a Band, wlthau
eleuant lilhograph of the new Masonic J
, so caput, just lopiiaaeua
ixi-be. it na ,i errpn un?M aacrlnca or
Vloiius. uuiwrs.anjo Btrlnga, Trim
other House in this city, aud first-class loatrumeuta
r tiouso in una city, ana nrst-ciass loatrumeuta
ntti Do noti liny an, instruaient udtU.you liajve
rd at No. m Fifth-street, second door aait o
n, south side. UKITT1NO A BB0
Plane MtfteYsi and Sealeri in Firat-clasa Instru
., mental . ,, ... , ,r i deaitf
JAM AUY 2. 1S60.
UQMM1TTKB OF ABBANGEMKNTS.
. Mlltnn Prl..
n litiauii nneaen,'tineT, ' ri' JVWaUonJ Assistant.
, ?hlippW,l00tu.e(l,i admitting aOontlfl'
wu uaaiea. waicanaa ba nroourad, K nr.
principal music atorea, all
ao at the do
' deM .
.(lual. l,r,it ,1 IfL I't!lt4m
Jtllt ! ll'' : yl'tlti, rM
Cpnvple At.if.jei; Joze.n,
IS iiil.tln'l '" Kairautl; till 1t -flMtiltltJH)lltta(f
'Gray; HeMingray &: Bratli6rr3;;
-!--. v mi ..(al
TJints LrTiM.i-i,Tb6 followinp; ie a Hst of
letter! detained tor non-payment or postage at
the oatoffloe, in thli elty, beoembor Jl:
Messrs. Kdward.Irea A Oo., Boatoji., , a
Joha Foggitt,Ohlllioothe, Ohio.' ' ':
J. Ooneyr(l)aahler, Nashrljle, Tenn,
CITY NEWS. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS---For the
CITY NEWS. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS---For the Penny Press by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
West Fourth-street, December 24.
" ' Barometer. ' " Thermosneter.
J- A,. M.mvmmmmmi;...mmm J9.S6 . .j 11
f. :..w.M u
tV-' 1 A. . . .n
. ,r i VMNiuusr At, teov. .-
am " ' " B"8'. Ihermometer.
7 a (atatteetaa sW.44 14
12 M..rA,i.i,.,..,...MM...,.. . .... .. 41
K.k. ......29.17 f.lTi:''1.i
Rivviox of thi Woodwaid Alohwal Abso-
oiiTioa. The Fifth Annnal Reunion of tbe
Woodward High Sehool Alumnal Auoclntioa
wi4 ll'u'!' -xiai.ioijw xiatt, u .vjuw
street, between' Tlfth! and' Sixth, to-tnorrow
evening. ' t ' ;
Pomoi" Court. TieVe 'ware ilztuea' cases
before Judge Low on Satarday morulas, all
of which were nnlmportant, .-
Mary Foley, who mi onarged witn tteaitna;
twenty-flve yards of muslin de latne, was
deemed goilty and sentenced to giz months'
Imprisonment la the County Jail. - '
Htmikial. Mr. Crapsey, the Clerk of the
Probate Cpurjt, during the week ending Sat
urday last, issued fortj-nine marriage lioenaes,
against JrWenty-seTen during, tbe week pre-
ionki FustitIl. The Pioneerr cel
ebrate the Seventieth Anniversary of Inei seW
tlement of the eity with, a banaue, to take
place this evening at the Veranda. The ez
eraises will doubtless be interesting and the
company Urge, . . ,
' . i' i
ti PeOOHDIKOS Off THI COOMTT COaUHlSIONBaB.
At their session on Saturday last the Oounty
Commissioners passed orders amounting in
the aggregate to $974 84, of whioh. $743 90
were paid, to, John Goodrich for bridge at Por
ter's1 Wis. 1 , . )
Kotfee was Hvpo K an Appeal in thCjEber
aele Road case. ,
-"i ii, i i. . i j :; r;-, ! 'j.
Tai Gbsax. Rush. Notwithatapding the
grerftiateWakonet's EldelalBr Chtutmas
Oysters on Satordayeyerjbody waa,Auppyed,
and additional jflpiilies are again arriving to
day at the depot, 203 Western-row, above
Fifth, and also at the eastern-depot, 58 West
Sixth-street,:! :-.... i hj rf.il :w?i- r.j:.
' , :t ,;
DgitlOaTU TO TBI COLOMBDS Dkmocratio
CoavsiytiO' The Democrat! fn-tha different
wards aud townships in this oounty meet to
morrow night, for, the purpose of electing
delegate to the Columbus Convention. .
A-filTTLal, JBfjV BrjENT TO DsMTH 1 WlST
Point, Ind. A little boy named Kloer, whose
parentt reside at West ?oint, Indiana, was
hllnr...tt..i,.rt,lfr. nn Tn..,i... nf laa week-.
t he died in a few hours afterward. ; uqr
'a temporsry absenoetf-riis motUr'his
olotliei.tasght niKutbeorettopuld be ex
tinguefWVfts tWtnti rsMt4that It
was iarpOBsible for; himi.Jo reooy,C. y u i'!'
before yesterday, wbea near the corner oi Syc
amore, was thrown from: his horse and t)i9
skull was sn badly fractured that it is thought
he, can not recover. The unforrnnate man
was. edhveyed to his residence) ; la . Colerain
Township in a oarrisge. u -i,v. i
'.Vr'sa(n.llt. ,!,) iuf!, l,-i:,j.' !
Prisoh. Jair, add Hospital. In the City
Trtaonat the close of the week, there were 134
-prisoners, (69 of them females,) against T22
tne pxevioui.weelt., Ipnriog the 'week Od pns
onerawere.dlsehafged,! , v, . . . ...
; In the County Jail there were V lunatios;
20 females; 2 on bread and water; 13 on chain-
'A thi Cettkercial ffiifcplfalk heitons vJtore
admitted during the week; IS discharged; 0
oorn, ana i aiea Mary uoone.
In the Hospital last evening 173 patients
At the olo80 of the past week there was one
oase oi small-pox in the Pest-house. j
' i.. .i : t,. I
Thi Lati Aooidiit on Thibd-btbikt-i-feaoiSRVs
fBMisij-Onatwriiif tost Conner
Carehtiu asfibqaesl upon the Iroafy st.ZIIeli
Hamilton, the negro woman who was burnt to
death on Friday light. ' Some circumstances
oonneoted with the affair throw an atmosphere
."tWrfVilii atyW i Whictt snemed WidrinWiate
her paramour, Abram Miller,' butxhe evidence
whioh was elipited, before the jury entirely
exculpated him from hlame. The woman
was subjeiUto epileptic tits, and, also, iptem-;
perabs in Jier habits, and It was thought she
had been burnt tc death ttpilt? sbtTerirfi from
fit. The jury returned a verdiot of acci
dental burning. r i I
v v. , w t i-i
Chbistmab FmiYAi,, Exibcibes at tub Ph
Gbim Missjos . Sunday School. The Christ
mas Featfralot PilgrW Mtssion Sunday,
Schools took place on Saturday morning at
the eorner.of Fifth and Locke-streets. .Rev.
thies of the children, and also interested tbe
tesohers and ofljoers. A bountiful repast had
been1 spYesd, and after this bad' oeeVdiscassed
by the children, they departed highly de
lighted with the entertainment.
The music, under the direotion of Professor
Charles Schoppeh-io, was quite gofcd, and con
sisted of ohants, hymns, songs, Arc, some of
which 1 had been prepare expressT for tbe
occasion. Altogether the exercises were inter
esting, alia passed oft In the most agreeable
'tnregufar weekly meitTrfg of the ClrMnnatl
Hortioultaral Society, held day before yester
day, the debabs upon the question "Does the
cultivation of the Pear promise to be remuner
ative ,u,tfcl locality 4;fH,eontinuedJLrvid ad
dresses were delivered by Messrs. Howartb,
Heaver, PleMon. Taylor , jtn.d, ,Haseltine.
These gentlemen all seemed to agree that this
locally, ,sthe hope of he.feai, espeoially the
dwarfs, when planted, with A good drainage
ana aepm, ana a moderate nobness of soil
liennne, Early Catharine, Flemish Beauty.
NlpoIeoh;Qlout, Moroeau, Winter 'Nelisapd
Louise Bonne, were second best -f a j
i The subject of the Pear was made the matter
dfth debate wxtatotdf ; " .. I ..
,i'iiv'Aii"vit'''riii '' " ' '"''''';,.'''. j
' ' CflTiaTVlH 1 PHMHirTAinw.4 Th MtViktti..
) WlflSHiJJ MMWM BII1W
V0OK Hi l9B.-rrV t PAMM I W
Rehberg, while riding along Court-street
olfthe reotifjlhg departiheht 'of'tnei WlMMtr)
y., w.hiu.1 riEv, uiruuuu. uiie oi
hejn Itpber, prfssejiiUd Aim, ,on; Saturday
last, wlih a handsome eold-heahed cane, al m.
AHttaotriaJ of.itheur .teepeetiaad eiteemi. At-
usma time ue persons oonneoted wltn the
stira .en Jyoawre-itreet presented hlna with
SHtanie silver Ditcher.! . Sir. ,:P. resnenrled..
ihBPsiog. tbem inahappyjnaoner for the'
eyiuouVwiaiM rnarmot their esteem:
OX PiBtratiok)n MalriritreBt. ntWterhterl
last, with a mainlfleent silk nmhmlla. Mr.
J, B;n?ldly-rrtarle W pTetehtatfn speech,
wxldh W8i:ifeponded to in good style by tbe
"Sto6 wJoWIigh Sohtol
ftrffetxtstteerNPriiialpie, ftoftnv T. D.
do. on behalf
. . . :
spjreoh. Professor DrUir. pX thf ,feviMto4
High Sohool, was present, and also audiesied
tlui nnnll. 1 1 ' ' I ,
Teacher-Her Trials and 8tiflerln,rs
U the Metropolis. - - - '-TT
i.ljf'flrt'Wjrw' r1 fTJOi
Large olties seem to be, from their very na
ture, Xhtf pfeeesf inf whioh. to commit sresrkH
oriam aill sU ar.oftlhe'lheeJerVi&eTiJ
tbe deepest tragedlH of life are enacted.!
This is not I trail . -for it has Ioe? jilnce been
established asa faot, that menBre true to
their natures and themselves only when alone,
and that hypocrisy and deceit always enter in
company with the second party. In solitude
it Is impossible for a man to wrong any but
himself, and if he does that it Is little matter;
but when persons congregate the wrong is
always done to those who are the weakest, and
therefore the least able to suffer it. -
Heartleeaness is universal, and whenever
two individuals meet each other, it appears to
be Inevitable that one most suffer from the eon
taot. Cities therefore are most productive of
orinie, simply beoauie more persons meet In
them; but the oountry village, however small,
hits In it the same elements, and is likely at
any hour to produoe a drama that will t"Ue
tne jetvuuea, worm wnan it is known aid its
different soenes have been rehearsed. '
Something over a vear ago a voung and
intellectual girf, who had graduated with the
highest) honor st one of our High SohoCls,
thrown entirely upon her own resources for a
uveunood, after receiving a certificate from
ourchool Board td the effH that "she wm A
eompetbaft end worthy teaeasrwas offsreaj
situation In a little town some miles north of
this city, and she entered at onse upon her
auues.- . ... . , . "; . r
Her heart was still joyous with youth, and
her nature ardent, fresh and. buoyant: llvalv
and witty In oonversation,but withal modest and
renned, sue soon won ner way into the esteem
of all she met and took that place in society
to which, by her talents and attainments, she
seemed to have been so admirably fitted. : .
, Here she met a young man and like all
women, felt somewhat nattered by the atten
tion bestowed upon her. He seemed generous
and was courteous, and with, these qualities
her fancy combined honor, until at length
idealising what she knew of him he came to
be' regarded., by her at least, as Hamlet wis
by Ophelia S the class ef fashion And the
mould of form."
He saw the attachment she had formed
and with goodness in his voice and smile, but
with deoeit and villainy lurking under both,
he soon won his way into the Innermost temple
of her heart. Under the promise of marriage
he assailed her chastity, and by a cunning
whioh seemed frankness, and a heartlessness
that seemed kindness, he at length induced
her to place in his keeping the one pearl which
to all women is beyond price.
Her ruin dated from that moment. After a
liaison has been once formed, it is bard indeed
to break it off, and as long as a woman can be
Induced to believe a man honorable, no matter
what his excuse, no matter what hie fault, the
former will' find' one who will believe ' the
latter, one who will pardon it. " '
It is needless to say that tbe promisrof
mrfrriage was not kept, but how to record that
which follows is indeed a task. Her misfor
tune w-not thai) 7whiob ii usually the lot of
the betrayed one, and maternity was not the
result of her fall. It was something more
terrible still, and the blow fell upon her with
a force whioh makes it almost a wonder that
she survived; for he imparted to her a con
tagion that interrupted the regular funotions of
nature to such an extent that before she was
fully aware of her Condition, she was com
pelled to leave her duties to seek for health.
f A'n advertisement In one of 'eure'ty ftspers,
whioh promised . her., immediate reJle.r and a
speedy obrej-lndneed hw to come to this oity
and give a, physician whose name, for reas6ns
that are evident, ' we withhold the sum of
twenty dollars, all the money sho had, being
assured that under. blSjCM she wodld soon be
enabled to resume jiar place among hef pupils,
As might have been expected, she wis duped
the seoond timet ' and nice August last, al
though .under bis treatmeut -all the ..time, she
his Bot Is Vet experienced the Bltghtestim
! pwerhent, bpfe on th contrary, baaj been
growing worse. Hercondltion at length oame
to be sOoktAaOtirwanpoiilble felertohide
it from tbe gate of the world; her pride vonlij
not allow her to ask for sympathy or aid from
a society she . knew would abhor and loathe
her when'the truth wee known, and she re
turned to this place. , ' " :' ' ;
On Tuesday morning she took her breakfast
-et'tbe-expense of the eity, at the Hammond-
street- oiation-nonse, ana tola ner story to s
member of" thepeiiee forest who kindly as
sisted) her and procured a certificate of admis
sion Into the Commercial Hospital, where she
Is now lying; suffering extremely both in mind
andhody..: -: , '. . .vi "k
'W Oat story, which Is but a simple relation of
an event, carries with ft its own moral;' " It ii
true in every particular, and it is not neces
sary for us to say here that the heroine of this
terrible drama deserves the sympathy of sll
who have hearts and love Justice. '
Murderous Cutting Affray lu Lodge
street Arrest of the Perpetrator aud
Condition of the Wounded Man.
On Saturday night last, Lodge-street, which
has obtained a most unenviable notoriety, be
ing crimsoned-staisep) throughput, a, greater
pact of its length by the bleeder persons who
have been either killed or mnroVred upon It,
was made the. scene ftf a desperate affray,
whioh -'may if it has not already result it
the death of one of the parties. :': "
It appears that a man named. Joseph Con
nelly visited a bagnio- In "that locality, kept
ffawrftefcm JatgOtlne of ehilAteof
the house, whonv ie first abused , and, after
ward. drawing a bowie-knife , threatening to
kill.;.'. ' I ... ' . ..' :., ,.; ;,
Michael Whalen, a friend to the girl with
whom Connelly .had the difficulty, espoused
her quarrel, and fro in words' the 'men soon
came to blows." Paring the melee Connelly
used his knife with apparently the most
desdiy Intent, and oqt Whaten several, times,
and to moh. an extent , that it watt at first
thought impossible for' him td recover. '1
The Wonndd man,- however,' Was 'eon vey ed
vryd&v'er'2l oartly3 dres'sed ano?ren
dered qaltaji ae tomfertiibje !aj the olrcum
sUnoeswqnld allow. , Late yesterday even
ing he was still alive, but, in a, very otitjcal
oonditlon, and it is still quite possible that he
may not recover.' ; "' ; ':' 'i;-
Connelly was Immediately arrested and Con
veyed to tbe Ninth- street Station-house. The
excitement in ,the neighborhood for a time
was intense, and drew a large, crowd to tbe
bloodyioene. .,. 'T."' ",""'''! :
Qbibbyatiob or CtfBiBTMAS. Christmas will
generally be observed to-day. when the bank-
ing-hbuies, the Merchants'. Exchange, the,
iiutMiioB, ,u. iuuiio utuuee, auu must ,o( tie
business houses will be olCsed. .; Yesterday
wsa observed in the way of dinners, and the
Burnet and Spenoer furnished genuine bas
qnets to their gueBta. We; saw their fails f
lot and we do not think they eeqld be tur
passe4 inywhersv '';:n:u i , ,,,;',,'
7 th ; iW-pHTiied,-1
M4 tbe tables Wereborthened with fish, game.
vegeiaoiw, conieanonerr na tmu 01 wy.
various ornaments verv .beautiful and appro-
priali4;hiseh.LTfie riJeitMitdlar and ih-
Hited, MlUhed the jMvmtifuh rapant rand, wore1
excessive ,t tneir. praise or.itn jwpeetive
laadlords.'.iiii'r i,.i' t. .i,t - it- u.ut Jfi
""Had we smveerws should be fried to bnblliK.
lA.'i.t. ' .. ., i .'. J -;, r ."-I
1inp,1oiis.M,iarsiO neift.ooieifc we inani an
the leading neteli fortoVltetjCnsi tne bson,
wamur street, maaiion sma' otnarjifltiiset'
onierrMisrjnas; dinners to-aay,
K.'i ThB; JjpDOS-BTBBST SaopfTiHw AArPi
D1TION OF THI WOPIBSP UIBI,. UlSrSilBom
toa,4haryaag eourteeau shot in a bagnio tin
tLedgehaleeeiriotkFfiday, at a late hps, last
evening was still lying ilaA.veryidngrous
condition, and her ptrysioiati 'thinks she oeo
riofWcoveh'-'Alonio Tanpin. the would-be"
'rnirtaerer; Is still at large. ""I-"1' j
SbbIoA 'aXidxiit tiOH a T'trLL. A mm
named , Dqrcbester, aecidentallyjell to, the
sldewajk,'0j tpBrlh-tteeet, ne'er jEtaoeyester
day. afieraooav A serioasly .fraotired , til
kMMni rfUHiM'etfl a. Wwwasti Vlri.,vM J
One of those extraordinary ehanifbs, for which
the latitude ef this oltv ie remarkable, oe.
euned on Sunday momlngj the' thermometer
having fallen between three and eight o'clock
a period of Ave hours onlyabout fifty de
grees. Persons went to bed when it was bit
ter cold, with the. air. full of frost, and awoke
to see the water running In streams from the
house-tops and to feel the atmosphere of early
spring upon their cheeks. 4.
I S ; t ...
Abrest or a Bubolab. A. mat) named
Henry Ape was arrested yesterday morning
about five o'olock, in the act of 'burglariously
entering the establishment of August Frei, lo
cated some place, on .Fifth-street. He was
committed to the Hammond-street station
house, and will have a hearing this morning
before Jadge Lowe. .-.
Abt Matte Eat Henry W. Derby, late of
this oity, purchased, on Thursday, at euotlon,
in New York, Barbee's statue of the Fisher
Girl, whose value is estimated at 5,000, for
$2,760. Mr. D. Is to place the statue in the
Duiseldorf Gallery. ; '.,,'
Almost a Fib. A fire was discovered : last
evening, about seven o'olock, In the cellar of
the house on the south-east eorner of Fourth
and, Sycamore, but some persona who were
near, burst open the door and extinguished It
before any damage had been done.
Thi Sisrrias or Mbrot Fiib, The fair of
the Sisters of Mercy, at Melodeon Hall, daring
the past week, was well , attended, and the
reoelpti were quite encouraging. ' It will be
continued over .the ooming week, and we hope
the attendance will continue; for the purpose,
for whioh the fair Is held is one that should
solicit the sympathise of all benevolent Christ
ian minds. I' i . i . ... . .
Thi Body of aBabi Fouitd--ii a Cabpbt
Sack. Some lads who were playing about the
saw-mill of Mr. Yanoe. in the Seventeenth'
Ward yesterday morning, discovered a carpel
sack, which, upon opening, they found to
oontein an Infant boy. Coroner Carey was
informed of the fact, and made an investiga
tion of the affair, but the testimony failed to
throw any light upon either the birth ordeatb
of the ohiidV 'The supposition, however, Is,
that the mother placed it there for . the pun
pose of destroying, at the same time, its lift,
and the evidence of her shame, s-.i .
- '. - , : . . ,.- I
Abbbstbd fob Pooibt Pickino. A man
named James Walden was arrested yesterday
and ponfiaed In the Pearl-street Station-house,
upon a charge of pioking pockets. Eight
porte-monnales were found upon his person,
and the extraordinary sum of six dollars..
y . i i' , . .":
Mah KiobuD Dow With a Sloboshot
An old man named Welsh was knocked down
with, .a- slnngshot, while . waJklng along
Sausage-row at ku early hour Saturday morn.
iHg, by .another named Dennis Bruner, and
seriously injured. B. was arrested and com
mitted to the Hammond-street Station-house.
Pike's ' Opiba Hoitsb, The' Midsuhmbe
NroHT's Dbbiw, the moat beautiful fclry tale In any
language, will be performed at the Opera-house this
atternopn, at half-ttMt twa o'clock, and eTery even
ing during the week. The play wll i be put u pon the
atage In the moat elegant atyle; all the properties are
nw and finished, the miie,en-acene admirable, and
"Ohion,"aplAddfs Frootpriui nitanla," and this
tactwlll besiiflicleotto Induce every one to see the
play, whllethe miachievoua "Puck" In the' hands or
that sweet little apecjmeu of artistic natnralneaa,
Vlo a Crocker, will of Itself, we doubt not, give he
audience aa much pleasure aa it will he able to enjoy
at one time. All of Mendelssohn's beautiful music
will also be produced, and the whole will form ao
.nU"f inm!m 'S1' o wver orShakapearp or poetry
should fall to wilneta. - ,-: - ' "
Woop's TasiATiB. The management at this
cosy establlahment have also determfned to give two
performances to-day, afternoon and evening. In
(he afternoon a dramatization of Uie Arabian Sights
story of Au Baba will be produced, la connection
7ltbJt "?Sd uuleu entitled Kbim kiMoia's HoiS.
tp whioh that mythical personage will introduce all
the children present and glw the foyeVlFthe
eveuliig a new looal ptoce1, entitled Taa Ohio Oibls,
aud the grand Oriental spectacle of Blue Biabd will
be offered. - These nieces Iiava hnn nMnui .
great cost and care and will be placed upon the etaoe
fle admirable atyle. ii .
J!I4toha, 5fHBATBa.-J-Jean Marie Daven
port, the acoomplished and finished artiste, makes
her appearance at this estaMlBhraent thla evening,
In the new and ruuch-adiiiired play MmallumoS!
This h an admirable drama, and caJcnlated to show
the wonderful .finish thlaexoelleoTarHlste -hat at
pei tslalreiwla any Arawtwa srtltlBTil'tn.aiaTt-
wiueu iv iui ittiieBC exienc. 11 rtti. rarw. miu n
Smith k Nixon's Hall'. The Arctio Pano
rama will be exhibited at tl,l Athll.l,m0n, .r.
Hernoon, add In the evening the little musical won.
Ider, Mary McVlcker, will appear in connection with
the popular tenor, Henry Binlrea.'. v Z,
or thi Ass its
-Bipobi ov ihb IiAtb Tbustes -Pursuant to an or
df,L(,,b.e (i")rVr'Ror' "M Presented by Mr, Beein
.ihihMitthS 1"" !es1l.whenos obtained
riVri,.i.':"Ik7:'y S "eent anowlm
oveiu,her, 18S9, and
the increase and decrease in each lt
alsttractqf tl.aonsh aocbunt i
-WtflMloaah acbuit.-r: .iTA
ii appear, troiu surement So. 1, on tbe asset aide,
were sealed! that tbe, remaining 13,000,000 had beeu
carefully looked Into, theirlactua' or oontlngSntTalue
zyr' . "!' "Sf "f"tT "f " ptogreaamaae in tneir
iHtefcJ1'!0 " Weraton Into cash we retarded
either by we lw's delay In suite now pending, or by
an nnwilllnanMi nn ia n.rt nr ,h. iC, -..."(
rt. Htat.il .u. A....r.) t-.w . V. . .
S8.06 fb,jm ",i1i,ir "rowut low, value; that.their
Dual yield would Send on many oontingenciea and
numerouandtedieufrtlawn)tte. '.a t .
otatemerrt S. a Shows tnAMitt! bht 8l,2 ..POO
of llahilltiee has gone through the popoeea of llqulda.
tlon-the remainder belngr In a a,ta,te of forwardness,
preparatory to flual aettlemeptr Moat of the claims
have oeendqly examined and registered, ' '
. i"6 S5f h sooodnt explains recelpta and expend!
ttiret. ' The money waa alwaya depoaltcd on behalf
of the truat, and interest earned had been duly ered
lie. ,'TBe Truateea had not Indiriduaily tisid the
motiey of the trust, and depositee wore uada only
with firms known to be aoif, r , r? '
The revenues of the trust for rerlu, Inter.
sneclnl oroflui tntttlA. wapm
, uivtdenda,, coupon aollecteu, a id
. yipertaaa,. including sums for"
V?h.tru"?? b" an uoderatandlug, has chaffed
Snwa' W-WII?"n-d fi?onfibiutIes
thatalirioet.il the waate for law aud ii&M ekpensea
Sttadhmen't lul?e r0?!1" rtorB "H'ea under
it appeared from the account that Bt.nii.uut
li "2 ilo 1fAt"ouaj4 out hundred and sixty.
uu,.,, iiu uwu receireu py ine trnatee
whit in office. The nominal losses charged toliuui
1a"0.nw,.rS,,t?tea.,St 59i2 Wi 'he liabilltlea re-
. '. . . T'J0". u",lact w omer accounta, tiu,
ail 91, (not jet disposed vf). -Oaah reaUMd from the
atioye assets, S83.870 58. Handed ovor, $4,473,828 41.
The documents are ordarecVoe Ale.
J. MoWllllAiriHTs. M. McWfllTams. Before Judge
SJorer and aivrpcoor S,500 placed far, invest
ploatwlih defendant, Verdiot for plajnliff. . t(
Cabs! taiDBD H The Trustees
of Miloreek Township va. Mount, late Treasurer, and
others, hts sectrrltiea. Oase before reported. , Jttdgo
uaiHiaiaaaMia.wi'liff. Mtrv.in. th, o
i of Butler,
trieu icr, an assault witn (ntant to
C an lUtlUlIt with intant in nnmmi, .... .hi
jurr uui utiD aoie to s
accused let out on bail
t bejel ablet5agreeweriscfarged,au4 the
. , The Ohio eontinnes to fall at this point, hav
ing declined since our laat i.aue about thirty inches.
Ice la reuu.lna fteall in, the river, and on Saturday
ierv wats eve.yroap
OBU but the araat an
ere waa evej.y jKoepeot of a speedy close ef navlga.
i thermometer haying rii
iconnuMl riTep men and
aa auaaea cpaag oi yeateraay
rins risea about aiaty dearaea-
enoouraged rirer men and Induced them to believe
the-etreaui would aoen be oletwr again., T
tinues troubleeome, and yesterday the New
OovlDgUa 'toritea trialde ttstj Aripa wlthidi
naving.aeTaaai timee steen loaaea la taa ice, a-
Business at the lanf log was dull on Saturday!, of
course, out treign,isepBwaiiy lor new urieans, were
f,nmerous, sod two .steamers,, heavily frelghled. left
n the evening Tor that port. A cotrple orhoete alao
started for Nashville, but tbe Eovrhutlle packet' did
not go out.
win aoor rot 4 tie lea. and baa already
t tbtnSIt she Show And lee In our streets,
had tbe efft
and to diminlah the dM-Hnn nf thn Ohln.
nfhbi 'bMupA-Bt. Louis, W. I. Maclay, Boston,
Boatooa, Buperlpr, Courier, Alma, J. 8. Prlngle, Ar
gonaut, 8. P. Hlbheri, hlo Mo. 1, Swallow, We
nona, Lebtnon, Iodine. Jeaea K. Bell unci Lehlah
are detained trere at preaont by the tee, -but will aoon
be rJleved.lf this weather cqalinua. t i; .
. Thi rateaef fllghkare nefiiinally j Mlois: i
rrelgbt ISAtoer jdOlbe. H V 1 ..i i .j
Nashyllle-Wbiaky, per brl 40c.; Ale, SOm Bound
aaeyseBaassiai.per iw lea
I frelvhU. 25c ner loallie
belli Btokea, SSo.i Ale, 60o'
New Orleana Whisky and Oil Mo; Floor, 60c.: Pork
. ierv t .frOMalaiiairf.
RIVER NEWS. Monetary and Commercial.
The large payment! ot three days were
promptly met on Saturday, as they usually are In
this city;'th only protest being ot auch parties aa
. nw .tpHini tu laac. op nietr papttr,anjBaa up.
accldept. Money pa la hevy demand,, and the
maraeiaioee, out noi.eppocB ao aewasauticipaua,
NotwithrtartllBf tbeenBrcltT oftJntrerioT, Eastern
Exchauge advaaeed H at aa early hoar of the nSorn
tlmore and Boston except in paVilcmarlnstancee.
Gold waa atlll scarce, and tlrVdilferent orders front
oountry Btaks could not it ailed, put dealers were
willing to pay SOo.ta hi. and eharttlnn Mnramlum
Buaiaeaawaa brisk throughout Saturday, ia all de
New Tnrk RltthL
Kew t)r learn Blgbt.....
aclirav unain BndArw.nt miflhuM . D
evinced much dullaeaa, and tended downward, while
Bogs were deprmetd and docllntd li2W. per cent
Aawe bare already stated, to day being observed
aa Chriatmas,all the banks and banktag-tiouso will
be cloaed. r i
The Import and KipoWs ot various article dur
ing the twenty-lour hours ending Saturday noon,
were: . .
1"po,2 ":TI?nr 731 brU i Whisky, 1,560 harries;
Corn, 2,271 bushels; Wheat, t,62 bushels; Oata, 3,li
busbela; Barley, 3,716 bnshela; Hoga, W. head; Pork
and Bacon, lis) brla.Hs.OOO lbs.: Sugar, 121 bhda ;
Mplaasea, l,3V htU.; Ooffee, l,21j bat;.; Apples, i07
fr'ai Butter, M, kegs; Cheese, Jj boxes; Pota.
toes, Ibrls. ' : . ,.
lxppBT8.-Flour, 2 brle.1 Whisky,' M)T brla.,
Oata, l.voo; Pork and Bacon, 91; tierces. 43; brls. 10
Sugar, 78 httda.; Molaasea, 137 hhda., OolTee. 804 bage
Apples, 17 brla.) Butter, 74 kegs; Cheese, Ml boaea
Potatoes, lu brla.; 1 sll,' m brla . , " .
Friday'a New York Tribune observe ia regard to
Thursday 'a Monetary matters:
There it considerable activity In loans, but the
aupply of Money on call al 67 per cent, appears to bt
suuicient to meet all demands. The preparations for
payfng for thy new Stale loan, and tbe proposed issue
orTreaaury Noteaadde temporarily to the wests of
the street, but the disbursements of the State and ot
the Oorernment will very soon distribute these
amounts again. In Paper the current rate Jt 7 per
oent. inside of six months, bnt some prominent
namea, at short maturity, atlll go at 6 per cent;
The Banks are accommodating their dealera freely;
Signaturce.exceptlqg such aa are flrst olass, Continue
to be paused with considerable difficulty.
There being no paoket oo Saturday, there Is little
r.?J?.lhlnF.aoillla 9'gB Bills. Sterling Is 108
IWX. i'rencs aiJ.174. -
The same number ot the Time remarks concern
ing dry goods in New York:
w o i have never been able to chronicle a better pros,
pict for the manufacturing Interest generally, at the
c,u!? ?f Jir "oa't.thau at the present time. Not
withaUndiug the near approach of the holidays, and
the general inventorying, the business in domestic
cotton baa been large. The leading dlatributors
have made contracts far fhtttr delivery to such so
extent aa to Influence tha market decidedly, and
This refers to colored goods more particularly, such
rji Denims and Stripes, which have advanced Mo. per
yard, and the sales at the East and lu tbla market
.... -,,...,,,. . i.m,a several inousano
packages.,. Bleached 4,'ottong are well sold hp, aud
no stock ia apparent, although we suote no-advance '
rn uing uiotns aito nave maintained tbe advanw
noilced the beginning of the month, without accura
nlation. Heavy HheHtlnira and Stills arA firm and
printing uiotha alto have maintained the advanoe
noilced the betrlonlnff of tha month witt,,,,,
nlation. Heavy Shentlnga and Drills are firm and
the exnorr trade of the week h
the export' trade of the week baa reached the large
aggregate of B76 packagoe-and all styles of Oottdo
"'1 witn auiao tow exceptions, appear to be in
gilt stock, and the promise of the future ia Hatter
log. The Wool trade ha not lieen large, but more
BrmneBs lsrneniretMIn view of the high price of
Wool and the small stock carried over the past sea
son, it, .."
Saturday's St. Louis Democrat thin speak pf Fri
day laat: . , . ., . . .,
Qoletnessralgosatth Banks to-day. Thi offer
ings hare been ateater than the supply, all week
jnd long time tills, particularly, meet Srlth Utttf
favor, even at say 3per eent. off for 4 tnr.ni i hs. fit
?S:nt,'!?.i,.i:i?Jcatce.'i,nd,om4 wh0 "Wo Sight on
rat. On New Orleana it la Srm at iX prero, Gold
cannot be bought under 1 per oent. prern;
. a Buying. SelUng.
, aartoW U&li ' '
-. - SOtJi V : ..
Thonih jhe' demand tor Flow Was Moderate on
Saturday, bolder were very Arm, and etiked hither
prices. The demand for Whisky was good and the
market ate adv. Molaaaea Waa dull and Hi,.. i.
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 24.
u r.t5K-Th, demhd waa but moderate lo day.
if t.?1?.'' mln,'n great flrmneas.ard generalli
and Sell dnVlawnfa
. vmiSKI-'tUe deaa
tlrni: aales of barrels at 2Kg4o:vthe latter
rate for that from wagon.
HUQS-Hevy reoeipts and but a limited demand
aim unw, ut,iutlt(f UU 1W U, at.
tfliv uww averiufiiig in) io. at..,
379 head veraglng 160 lb, at...
- o i:
i a eesteptM 6 01'
. m ifimiu A 86
.. .......,. sou
83 head, averaging las lb. at....
310 hear) averaging, iw lb at,..
200 bead averaging 170 lbs, at ,
The recelnta were 9 ono bjtail .
PB0V1SI0N8-The market waa dull, and mess
Pork waa offered with considerable freedom at I In ie
(21640! tO.000 pounds buikSidea uT1 Tjic ' to be
?.i!T?r?0MVir,t 'P barrel and Mercaa Lard at
toaiOHo.; 76 do. at ilJic, without barr.lsand """
Plecoa groeu Meat, at 7c. lor light Side, anj7i
7 4-5. fox Hams. ..-
OnOOJtBISS-Molasses dull, and,ffered freely
at 46c. Sugar inactive at bXaaMf. Cogue un
changed . " ,' .,
1 -Te is an smptoved demand, aad price
are tending upward, but. not uuoubly higher; sale
of 2.7M hnsbels good white at 1 1 S3. i '
OOBN-The maiket oqatinues Brui, with a good
demand at 50c. in bulk. .
iPAIttrlbl,markef to j4nU.n'iffpea have e
olined to 6061C: sales of bushels al 8X1 1,100
do. it i hulk, at oOHp,: 3,01 doat Stic. . ',: ' '
BYB The markdtla firm, with an active demand
aad light receipt. . We uuotW at II. , . .
B A ULKY There la atetter demapd.aJ .-l
are unchanged from our last qiwtaJtoi.. aileaof sou
bushel good fail at68o. - T.TT?., .57
aitovT?"1 1" Hi "
9c. for gO'id fall Wosteru Keeirve, aud 4o. for sum-
??.!!. T3alryatl0,o.; loodo. Putnam FarmdT
atdlo.i lOOdo. Nutmog at ISo.; ao Ws New York
Phne-apple at JWc. . t , . ...
BUrrKU-The market la dutfowlng? t large ra
oeipts, but prices anaunchanged,
APPLKS-Tho market is firm, with a good demand
at II 762 7ft per barrel.
POTATOK8 There Is a good demand, and prices
ure atesdy1 at f 1 .60 per parrel for prime Neahaunocka
CliOYKB SKKD-Tlie'mdrket 'ls dI, and prices
have dfcltoed tcvAs 6534 70 for sarks aud barrels:
S M - "-'3i ,4d' 1 Ti 20 sacks at
LINSEED OIL-Prices have advan'oed To. per gal
lon; It, may now be Quoted at 596O0. ; r
wiW aod at Bo 40,
".V" "ft J i- "-iave-T.I
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 24. HOME INTEREST.
Ertte;' ClooltB, Watohes land
Jewelry. No. Ml and 271 Western-row. ' . v. -
Holiday tmportations at Elias's. 16
West Fourth-street. - ",: ., i ,. i. , . ...
Holiday Jewelry at Elias's, 18 West
Foarth-street. .',...' -
. - . ',
ff";Chritmka Gifts at. less than' Eastern
prleeS at (Ilea's, IS Wt roarik-atreeO it MVy
- ' i ' 1 i i I a ,. i.n
t&-Fint Jewelry, cheap for esu,t BHas's,
16 West Fourth-street.
.'I.i "T ' i ,i
.jar Pure Silver Spoons and Forks, at
niekltfg West Fourth-street. Y IhjIH,i v..t v
f" Great assortment of Plated Ware at
Kllas's, 16 Weat' Fourthtreat.. ;.' . 1 1 :.'.... ,
Fine R. 'R;1 Watohes at Elias's, 16
West Fourth-street, 'j ',' , , ','.,
: STGet your Watches and Clocks repaired
at Klias'a, 14 West Fourth-street. ' ' '
j&T' Pietores every trial, at the Broadway
1 1 h .ni.'a.
;. n,ii ii
$3 Beautiful faricy eases, 'with superior
plate ferrotype, at the firosdwar Qallery, No. 56, be-
low.tMkeTi y ":. 1 ; " ;
j&"Tot Christmas Presents go to Albert
BoM'SiiSfufh-jpreetorner of F lghth-ttreel'an'a'vWBt-ern-row.
,., PloluxoJ for' TenCentican be had at
Crouch's Galleryjaj.es West Fdurth-ltreAt.' fkiy
perHBiis invited to Ml sad see fit Uemsslvaif !
ai l I
!de4ewj:j m'rt i'i:t.'.A ;
?. ' ,..ii-"-)'i;:p:':: i
U .fit. . r.
AsT Datuerresn OaUsrV. sow
nsr pf sTUth and Westora-rovf, ovif Hannaford's
dnrg-stoT Pictures take, and at la goo cases
for twenty 'ce:; re.'- Wartapted to'pleaae.:, j1 .
iariadiee, remember tjriatjalaaim
tftetia Elixir Is a sore car for Jnflathmatioa of the
womb; th kidners, and varied aadjU diseaaes fca-
(H.arto.trteBl",",'"",,' ' ",' " "-' '' I
th Elixir I a bo(oU sptclnfl' for ftmali disease.,
and ffftaen' year of ptaetlo Ittnve it to be tie
twa'peat sjidjteidijclne uow..lirJjri th public, for
the disc 'Specified; ln:4yerlnem'eni.'W shother
colurhn.', T dr1, sale at' principal office, Noi 144 West.L
otaiu-etraes, auu aa;iMaiug swxva ipimi, .uuuku-j
dttihe city ahoVoeuntry . One dollar, per bottle;.
' ;4ll ahould know that Madame Kill Oonghtnd
Liver Balaaat neiet tall to ,cur''cU, ,oagbai
cramps, 'billons colic,' palps In the backia, breast,
fine and disease or thsi.UT.e.tc.nlv'flnekDks
Bflvayrttla. .11 lllf - mtii.i,iil .'I,
For sals at 'Ike 'office, Xovm Wast Slith-slrMt,
by Druggist generally tbNUghOtttcllj sal obuh
f awaralaeel a m fi lias
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 24. HOME INTEREST. AUCTION SALES
tW WTLLrAHB-Hallia.ranniaWna- rrannf U V..t
Third-atreet-Variety 8ale-4a TUESDAY MOBN.
aasurtuientof JeweVy.asry'oUnieTf Aaeor Booka,
Srlmler.aDif.p.t nine o'clock, a iara.MC
assurtinentofJewelry.AiOyolumeaiof Aaaorted Books,
pu Electrify In. Machine; Oalyanjo BatUry.AndJa "
At half-past 111 Vclof--,,ke oT Wllow fffone:
. .'iniyintr iiaciilne;.ulvanlo Misery,
i 'TulSTliii ii f '"ii ' '
I rhJXSS, iSlJ)x -i'l fSSnlA Ve,ttn
Thursday. UeA . A ... ..LLOtja, Anetwnee. ;
" 1Mb better to laugh than
FreseittiV to iti&'noU&fal
Auction 8ale S(yeiidon!
102 Fourth-st, oppoajte the "Postofflc.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE '
' v , EXTBAORDiNAETl . . ; '
OP FINK AND RABB GOLD '
- u ii -jt ii
From th latk firm of
BALL, TIFFANY ti DATENPOBT
Importers and MrtnaroctareTB-er For
elge and American Jewelry, 3SU
yad a6S Breadvray, W. V. -; -
PRSSF.NTS1 FOR Tris HOLlIf AYS, . , j '
PRItSKNTS FOR TBI HOLIDAYS. ' : ' '
PRKHKNT8 FOR THE HOLIDAYS! ' '
PRK3ENTS FOR THE) HOLIDAYS
PUKSDMTS FOB THB HOLIDAY!' " -
y ..'V; '' ' : -THI - t ' ' "
'' BBAOTIFTJI, ASSORTM RNT,
Si Ainavnr i'sj AonuiirnKni.
JSS iKARTliTlJJ, ASSORtSkNT
081 BaACTIFUL ASsOBTMENT,
- or '- J
WATCHKS,DI4M0Nr8 AND BRACELETS,
WATUHK8, DIAMOtrlilS AND BRACELETS
WAfOHKS, DUaONDB AND BRAOkLRTS
S4ISS52' MAM0ND8 AND BRACKLBT8, '
WAT0HB8, DlAMONDgAND BBAOELBITS;
...... PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
" ' EBL8,0PALU ANDKCBIlcH,
j .jJEABLH, OPALS AND BUBiKS,
.;,-: , .-.PKAItLS,0PaL9ANDHUBIRS;
" V" : PSARLB, OPALS AND RVBIE9 '.
0ORAL8, MOBAIO'A-ND TOBQU018, ,
OORALS, MOHA10 AND 'I'ORQUOIS,
CORALS, MOSA10 AND TOBQfJQiS,
OORAfci, HOSAIO AND TOhQCOlSv ' ' ,
OiSfkL8, MOsAIOASIDTOBQDOl5, - ' -'
ApARBtlNOLkff, AWITHISTS k TRU8T1LK
UARBUNOLES; AttlTHlSTS A TRIISTILE
SETS FOB THE MILLION.
"SOS f."S AEfl BiitttlUN,
bkt FoM.tsi millioh!
AND BRACTEL8 TO MATflR.
AND BRAOTEL8 TO MATCH,:
AND BBACTEL8 TO MATOH
AND B&AOTKLS TO HATOI1
AND BUAUTELS TO MATCH.
JKWKLKY OF I
JEWELRY Or V
VH.RT PKsCRIPTfOrT - :
VERY DKSCRlPTfON- ' ' f:
r.VKRY drhoritin:-' -
JEWELRY OF EVE8Y tKS(RlPTION,
JKWiiLBX OF EVERY, DESCKiPIIOIii .
'J ji ' OF .. i . .-
SSKEiSKI4188i51Sai ?4XX5"K8. '
MAGNIFICENT A BKCHERCHUi PATTERNS,
(KK)D8 NOW ON EXHIBITION,. ) ,.' . '
HI)8 NOWON KXH1BITION, -CuJ : v . ;
DS NOWeN1 EXHIBTlONr; '..t v ii :Aii , ,
D8 NOWON EXHIBITION,' . ".- . . I
CiOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, I : -: '
RB INVITED TO CALL,
I ABIES AKN INVITED TO CALL!
A.DIES ARE INVITED TO CALL!
1 . A TI Bid A r an W xvl WT rmm .a aean n .
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
tLL GOODS WARRANTED 1 '
LC GOODS WARRANTED '
A LL GOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOODe WARRANTED
AS RIPRESENTKD at
. AS REPRESENT RD At
.. u AS REPERSKN'Ttll at
TIMB OF BALE,
TIME OF SALE
TIMS OF SALE
TIME OF SALE,
-- .," tAJs BBPRKSi
1' AS REPRESENTED AT TJMH OF BALK
H.S.LKS POSITIVE. '.-J.il
8ALKS POSITIVE, V.
SALES J06ITlV&r,K ; tr.-.f ds-Kaj.t'.V
SALES POSlTIVav fi! . ? i
SALES POSITIVE. . . i ;,' .
ti DAVBNlORTr Z
,'.i Aealgnee. 1
BOOKS FOR TDEtllOLlDlfn
" LOCATED5 PERM ANKNTLT.
HL' US !. WEST,. FOUR! U-STREET,
A'aw'?!' Hiff.(l(, ;, ;,.
WiN(J, 10 THE TJNPABALLtlLED SUC
Vr CESS we'have met with, for the last month, we
have leased the spa'Ions avra elegant store. No. 2
Vest Fourth-street, aad have made great additions
tn our stock of Books and Jea elryand are bow ptv
arwl to offer (reater inducements than ever. Wu
Ii tve a splendid .ssaortment.of.,Annul Albums and
lift Books far Holiday presents, in rich and suporb
iudingn, elegantly Ulusfrated. All Books sold at
lie lowest retail price. -ii. t .....
A SPLENDID GIFT,
i Worth from fifty pant t Hod, will be given with
ovary Book sold. 1 i ,
' Preiwts b (ijirei Away:
("ahirit; Wver Oold Watches, jirorth.......,1. BIOS each.
Ladies'' Gold Hunting Cases, worth ...,. awach.
Ladies' Solid Gold Chains, worth .IS each.
.silver Watchoa. worth from.........,...i.i to Vi each.
Hold Neck Chalna, worth. ..Mu...fc. ,. M each.
Hold Bracelets, worth ....,.......v 10 each.
4ets ot Jewelry, worth from ., 110 to 36 each.
seta Solid.SilveV TaspoonswoxtlrA... 10 each.
' ilk Dresses, worth.....-.,,.-. as each.
ALSO-A variety of useful and valuable article
not enumerated above, worth from fifty cents to 160.
A. A. KKM.KY,
taublaberpdOin,Booksell' - VlFoorthi
v, , .. delBbr'r - -i r
Vf ADAMS ELLIS, H. D., HAS FOUND
t-TJa, at laat just what the Ladle have long needed
ind looked for In vain, the Sterlne Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all dla
tase of a TJtetine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of tbe Womb, Painful Menatrn
ttion, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cur
is cuarranteed by the use of from two to five bottle
jf the Elixir, ot any disease whaUTer "of the Gener
ative and Urinary Orcrarta. of male or female, as
ipaneroi now ions sianuing. rrice pi per uoirie.
maaame aatitis catta particniar aitention ro tnt
foUowiug Oard of one of tha moat prominent trru
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
ziata of Cincinnati.
"TO THB PDBLIOIHD THB LlOISB ID1 PlBTlCOIjlH.
We, tha undersigned, are not tn the habit of giving
inr name to Patent MedlolnAa: bat knowinsr well th
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Klivir.-wa ohaarfnilv ttortitnmAnil it L all fentale
suffering free Female Dlteavse of any kind; it la
pureiyi vegetable, aud In no case can do Injury, we
eay to all try, and pur word for It, yon will find n
: . uttjL, urtiKin,
Cornet 'of Fifth and Baoe-atreeta."
SLLIS'S . SPANISH , SIMU
LATING' OOGH ANDi LIVER BALSAM
without tall, wataa In the Breaat. Back.
oiue or AiimDa: twugna, void, Hoarseness, utn
U.U, UnUNUti 1A.UIOUV.J, wwt-
Bbeumatlim, Billion (Jhollc, Cramp
)n,lt7 U a (
if?' 'In' any
in tsowwt, xuituee,
irtpetlte, and ia Pain-
enrtaln cure, and arivee
an of the abb disease
it wui give reuei
mtv minute, and a aernta-
neat: cart by the
ef t bottle. enryMoeaU
ehaaa that everV nenon can get It,
B.-For sale ty-V. D BaLL. Druggist, ooroer
and rifth-strr: J.' D. PARK, eoraerof
And WalnntrSCIRB; ECKSTEfN A
K a nn, nv
'rpa.anu aourEujunrt liiutvoun. ooruer
'aniTslathi PA Tit REIN L tl IS. corner at
Kigntnaaa frovrnarr. anoi nuwispwniin
DOj corner of Main and ' Fourth) and Madame
BLLI8, 144 Weat Sixt-ptreet. eaJ7-y
tnaL r,; HaVt'trirl'? Wri rlU im 1
ailoi. Devoked to Fin, bn
Itll. BiMS exclusively. ...
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L A r"' "lOOalE Yii n'
f.. lT,y tT aaanj- .v;a.w w .
T yt AHD OIROULAft BAVi.KIIiS,
...... I.k. aasLWatiar" hneelawalLSI.
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Stall a H jaiitat SEW MiMtiil m. II , ...i, ;
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