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0f Don't forret that the Penny
(Prei the medium through wWeh to
make tnown'jcurjw'inti! AdTertUe
ments of flue. Udm, sancije, Inserted
WA5TBD A-RIi-T wh andiron
.. ,n ' .r Veetwork In a small
family, about half amil outside ol the city limit.
, ! W'T at-Wo. East Third-street. i , n
' IANTED-MRI,-If '' d.0'en girl, de
.'iSrtf 0 ort.'wb.o ean"do-wunrBg, Ironlaf
e rnelTiootewoik,applletto K , at the Pre.
Cmce, she can hear of a situation right on. ds28h
an old man of
llmllimSS'-. Beenlresagood room, with
7 .'.?? od bad. with olaaoflnaaa and com
fort. Address U, AjJ Penny Press Cmce. do2b
froa tha country, to work about a atora and
, to drive an express wagon. Addreet JCXPatBttt), at
tha office of the Penny Treat. : down
vat family, to do chamber-work, by a yooag
woman, who can glva tha keat of raferenee. Ad
own M. B. 0. , care of Frees OIBca. de2gb
WANTED HELP Immediately, a man
to go to market and make himself generally
uaaful about a house; Also, Female Bervante for
Tariona situations in city and oonntry. Apply at tha
General Intelligence Agency, Ho. mi Western-row.
-i de28b -, A. D. 0AB80N A CO.
WANTED C LKR K A Clerk with a
. eaplul of from $50 to laiO can hear of a good
situation, by applyiog at tha General Intelligence
- Alain.?, xiv. do western-row,
"'. aeMt A. D. OABHOM i CO.
man can aeenre a one-half interest In a
' tit1n that will pay at least (2,000 per annum.
Only iioocath capital required. Apply to BALK A
WANTS D PRINTER A good lobar
printer, who la competent to take oharga of
a connlry offloe can hear of a situation by applying
at this offloe between 11 and li o'clock to-day. Bin
. gle men preferred. de27b
. ... Ptont Feslrr Cook ia wanted immediately,
at the Pining Saloon. No. 8 East fonrth.it. . d27b
WANTED PARTNER A good business
man with a caah capital of from $M0 to $1,000
as partner In a good paying buslneaa. Addreaa for
: further particulars FAUTNEU, United States Hotel.
WANTED TO KENT On or two gen
tlemen to rant a furnished front room, sec
ond flear, in a prirate family, where there neither
children or boarders. The room will be kept in tha
best ot ordor. Location central. Address X. L. M,
tills offloe.- .- .... de27b
WAN TED Reliable help for- situations
of any kind can always be had at a moment'!
nonce, oy applying at a o. eo least Thiru-street, base
sent story, next tojra1aini' Express offloe. Mo
charge to servants.
t, 1' : deaiam
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, sales
men, bur-keepers, porters, coopers, canpen
tare, mechanics, laborers and others, can find situa
tions at the Merchants' Clerks llegistry Offloe, 128
Walnut-street, ,,- fde26awl HALE A CO.
WANTED M E N A large number of
active, industrious men oan find agreeable
and at tha aame time lucrative employment in tha
sale of some new and popular Hooka and Maps.
The work are written by tha beet historian aud
authors known to the civilized world ; fcenoe their
popularity, uome ana examine lor yourselves ne-
. tore engaging in tna sale or other publications.
mlvil . bakhix, Furnisher,
18 Wast fourth-street, (Jlncluaati.
terest in a complete Job Office, in a flourishing
town in Ohio. Terms easy. ' Inquire at the Frank
lin Tyye Veundory, Ho. 168 Vine-street, Cincinnati,
Ohio. ' ; de2fb
north -west corner of Western-row and Front
street, immediately. -: do27b
F- OR SALE QROOERY A good ehanoe
for business, on reaaonable terms, a well located
grocery stand with stock and fixtures, Addreaa Box
1793, foe to Dice. - doMaw
IjlOR SALE Choice Table Butter, prime
. 1 1 Oheoee, Fruit, Ac, at one of the neatest stores
in' tbeeity-No. 3S7 West Slxth-atreet-wholesale
and retail. Alio Bnokwbeat Flour, pure Maple Bn
gar and prime Holiday Oysters, Ao. All warranted
, pt represented. ' ' D. STOBttONT, :
.. defflaw ,". . D. LAKEMAN. '
BOARDING A gentleman and hla wife,
or two single gentlemen, oan be accommodated
with board In a prirate family, at Mo. 78 George
street.. Terme moderate. . , . - .. deSib
BOARDING. Single gentlemen or ladiei
or famlllea oan be accommodated with Board.
Ing, at No. 134 Sycamore-street. de-b
r OS'IV-A Pearl Porte-monnalo, containing
JLA tbirty-ali dollars, some where on Fifth-street,
between Western-row and Walnut-street. Tha
Under will, be liberally rewarded by leaving It at
thiaomce. ,., , denb
fcl 0 V N D A STRAY HO-Tho owner
, .K can have It by calling at Patrick Gltlnen's, In
the Seventeenth Ward, opposite tha Catholic (Jlmrch,
proving property and paying ohargea. de28b
FOR RENT Two tmall ROOMS, at No.
27 Weatern-row. Inquire on the second floor,
JB. until, the 1st of January, 1880,
5W BBm
I aaaaliaisi'
- i win sen nanus ior casn only,
trices that will induce nv ana
buy. Kven those who de not want
one at nreaentwlll find ttiatnnvl.
the time to buy. I will rent, and let the rent pay
for the Piano. 0. M. MDKUH,
.. No. 7JWestFourth.street. '
. The largegt stock of Melodeona in the city. de21
1J0W, IF EVER. As my neighbor! are
offering great Inducements for
cash, and as I am not willing that
. my friend and easterners should
fail to be suited as to price, I Mould
say that L will nut ba undersold hv
' any house in Cincinnati. I will still rent, and let
tha rent pay for tha Piano, at M Weet Fonrrh-atreet.
Depot lor Itelodepni and Harmonlaw deal
FORMED by Mooter's Band, with an tyw.
eiesant lithograph of the new
Mason leu
ouiioing. irice ou cents.
Jnst nuhllsheda
I imrDin t S
West Vourth-atreat.-
tA a. AM 1 t A M
- iuhii BTDi, viqnt BliCriQCtj OI
riauofl , tneioaeons, vioioncollot
Violins, Quitarn, iltvnjo Strings, Trim-
' Minns Ur ilnelnn 1. . 11 .11 J
u iir """"s xioiiuayi.
" iL iT ' vr gil',.MU Dr,l,c,M inrnmts
at that, Do not bay An Instrument until yon hm
culled At Wo. 227 Fifth-street, " nd dofi JJt of
Piano Uakera, and Dealers in First-claes jnstm
menta. Mlti
i is v u l
. GREAT ". ; "
Next la- Smith Nixon's Hall.
0B8S we bare met with for tbe last month, we
hare leased the spacious and elegant store, No. 38
Weet Fourth-street, and have made great additions
to onr stoc of Books and Jewelry, and are now pre
pared to offe srreater inducements than ever. We
BM" 'plendld assortment of Annual Albums and
Girt Books for Holiday presents, In rich and snperb
bindings, elegantly Illustrated. All Books sold at
the lowest retail price. .
Worth from fifty cent U $100, will be given with
-every nook old ...
Presents to fee GiTen Away.
tFatont lever GWld Watches, worth,.... loo aaoh.
adiea' ((olid Qol.1 Ofiatne, worth-.,..... 18 each
1 SUri'ia w'i-! worth trOT.gjla te
void Neck tibalna, worth... ....,..,. 1J eaoh
Gold Bracelets, worth....M.-M...... Jo eaoh.
Ben ot Jewelry, worth from.-........ io to is eaoh
Sets Solid Bllrer Teaspoons, worth. ..... lo eaoh
..Silk Dreatea, worth jssach.
1 ' AL80 A variety of useful and valuable article!
act enti nerated above, worth from fifty oenta to io.
D..V.11 v t n i il-.. liTl .r .
Ir yon want a servant, adrertiae la '
Ir yon want a bona, advertise In'- ' "" '
V''?"- 'WtE PENltY FUBM.
Ir yon want) to cell anything, advertise In
'.. , .-, J ;, . - THE-PENNY P&ESS.
Ir yon want to boy" anything, advertise In '
!: :'"!' ' p'(.- TUB FENNY PHJSS8.
U fact, every want npplled 'by adSrertlsing in
JET-Pennv' Pregg Wlio .had everw
moratng t the Counting-room ; door.
Only m cent,- ."- ;i--1 ;-
"Oompobt." Tha adrertlier who desired
hli antwer 'tent W'Comfrt,"' through' tht
poswmoe, wiu nna a number ol oommnntoa
tlom tor1 hint at Piisi Counting-room. 1
Piociiwgoa or thi Codktt Comhihioms.
At tha regular teeslon of the County Commis
sioner! yeeterday morning, a tingle order wag
naised. amounting to t.M). . Anrt fmm
nobnsineg of importance waa transacted. -
n , - ? - 11
Dog't bb too Lata Ara yon awara that
Pen dory k Co., north-west oorner of Fifth and
WTalnat, are distributing gratnltomly among
their ouatomeri two thoneand tea oannittera?
Call toon, buy a pound of tea and secure one.
Tai 8iMLi65 Cir. Thli popular oap, the
most attf aotive of all othors, oan ba found at
B. R. Alley's, No. 41 Broadway, below
Cnflimhia.. whnrik tha V.aa-V.nAma k 1.---
aooaitomed to pnrohase their fine eiik dreaB
, - - ,i 1 aj pi ,
. eVThomai Johmton gelli at auotlon this
day, Wednesday, Deoember 28, oommenoing
at COU ArelrutV. 119. 11- tit TlnMl.' Qk.
and Brogans. Also twenty oaies of American
Tit. . . .
x-uia,., ooatammg one nanarea . pacKsges
eaoh.--1 ' " 11 1 .-4
Til SaoHrioifo bi Commnso. We are
reauested to state that tha aselvnaa'a nr
jewelry will be continued the balance ef the
weei, at, 110. tti2 west r?ourtn-BWeet, opposite
the postoffioe, . See advertiiement in another
eolumn. - -:
Mmtihg or thi Tbdbtiis or tbi MoMiokin
Univibsixt. The new Board ef Truitees of
the MoMioken University have been called
together by the Mayor, and will hold their
first meeting in the Council Chamber, on Fri
day' afternoon, at two. o'olook.; ,,
Miroantu.1 Libia RT Liotcrbs. Re v. Geo.
C. Robinson, of Union Chapel, 1 wilt deliver
the next lecture before the Association to
morrow evening, Deoember 29, at Smith A
Nixon'i Hall. ;
Tbe subject is "Every Tab on its own Bot
torn."' V , i i'i . . , i i, i.;.
MiTioBorwidit, ' Obsirvatiobb For . the
flmny Dreu, by Henry Wsre, Optiolan. No. 7
West Fourth. street, December 27. '"' '
O'olock, Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A, nl.M.H-.4.w..ti,,.W.6a t i" 1 1 , , 30
M ..., ...,,9. 73 81
P. M .,... J.3 34
Bb ib Tiki. Madame Burnett, who now
presides at Bnrnett'i popular confectionery,
at No. 164 Fifth-street, is making extensive
arrangements for New Tear's Day. " She will
have a fine array, of, all that's attractive in the
confeotionery lino, and will fill all orders for
private parties or public festivals. 1 '
( w 1 i , ' j1 A ' ' !-
", UrAiB Lbttiij! The following is a list of
letters detained for non-payment of postage at
the Postoffioe, in this city, Deoember 27:
Margaret liseds, Wllllamsbn'rg, Clermont . County
Ohio. - J - '
James Horriion, hewllle, Bichland County, 0.
Mr. Geo. B. Ames, Belvldere, 111. ''
t Mrs. B. B. Leonard, East Cleveland, Ohio. , ', ' . '
. . , i , e i i
A Gihirous Labdlord. Colonel GeoflVoy,
the gentlemanly proprietor, gave his attache
a sumptuous repast on Mqoday evening, and
complimented them' with a number of bottles
of his choicest Wine. "At the close they re
turned him a unanimous vote of thanks,
wishing him all the happiness that, by any
possibility, can be crowded into the life of a
single individual.
- "Tbb Ladibs' Cabibbto- Gbih'Mi the title
of a very attractive compilation of. pieces in
poetry and prose, by Virginia, de Forrest,
published by A. A. Kelley, at No. 28 West
Fourth-street: A present accompanies all
books sold by him; and as bis stock comprises
the finest of annuals, albums, and standard
works, those seeking holiday gifts should
visit the gift book store. 1 "
' ' ' ' '
i : 1 1 r, -- a i' ;
, Fuib .Yistbbdat Mobbibs. A tjt broke
ont yesterday morning, about three o'elook, In
a bakery on Tine-street, between Fifth and
Sixth, but was quenched before any material
damnge had been done.-' '
About eight o'olook yesterday, a oar pen tor
shop on Liberty-street, between Vine and
Walnut, waa dleeovered to be on fire, bat It
was ertlDguiihed without loss to any very
Cbbistmab Pbibihtatioh. The students of
the Ohio Medical College presented Albany
Packham, the Dean of the Institution, with a
splendid gold watch and ohaln. The presenta
tion speech was delivered, in behalf of the
students, by Mr. Anderson, of Mississippi, and
was very seat and appropriate; Mr. P. re
sponded in hisutnal witty style, assuring them
that the mark of their esteem was not neces
sary to cause them to be remembered , thanking
them for it, and hoping that he should long
continue to merit their approbation.
Bot's Habd Tbbbiblt Mamblbd bt tbb
DiecBABOsor a Pistol. A lad about ten years
of age, named S. Peter Eadeltmuth, whose
parents reside on Freeman-street, near Clinton,
was seriooily injured day before yesterday, by
the premature discharge or a pistol. He was
engaged, at the time of the accident, in load
ing the weapon, and his left hand happened
to be direotly over it muztle when it went off,
the entire oontent passing through his left
hand, which was shattered so badly that am
putation was deemed necessary and, of eourse,
Polios Codbt. Business was quite) dull
yesterday morning before Judge Lowe, only
seventeen oases being called. These were
persons of the most ordinary oh&raoter, and a
greater portion of them were disposed ef in a
summary manner, tbe remainder being eon
tinned for' further hearing. The following
having before been mentioned in onr columns,
for thiareaen deserves a paragraph now.( :
Henry Ape, who, it will be remembered,
burglariously entered Frey's Kxohange, on
Fifth-street, between Vine and Walnut, was
deemed guilty of the charge and held in the
sum of $760 for b' appearanoe before tbe next
term of the Conrt of Common Pleas.
A Evangelical Taiir A Fbllow Stbau
A Biblb raoic a Cboboii PvLrrr. It Is not of
ten that we are called upon to record the rob
bery of a church; for no matter how fat thieves
may have lost their regard for society, they
seem to hare retained their rwpeot for the
sanotnary. Some soamp, however, a few days
ago, entered the High-street Baptist Church
and stole therefrom the pulpit Bible. He
probably took that whioh he most needed, and
may possibly learn from its nages that he ha
been guilty of a flagrant violation of one of
its most important commandments. Bis code
of morals may be much improved by ft peru-i
sal of the artiole he has stolen; but at the
Trustees of the Church are desirous of again
besoming possessed of the lost copy, they
oner to present anoinsr to tnt uiar ir oe will
return it, ; : .: ' 'i .V '.),.., v..-.-,
s-v-- - : . . us i: i ' .
;-j . ; - ""j:;:. t '
CITY NEWS. Installation of Newly-Elected officers
CITY NEWS. Installation of Newly-Elected officers of Masonic Lodges — Festival Last
CITY NEWS. Installation of Newly-Elected officers of Masonic Lodges — Festival Last Night.
A large number of tha member of Eodget
of thla city, ant yUitJeg brethren of the
"MjiUe. Tio'-attended at Maaonla HaU last
night, to partloipata ia the installation of tha
officers elect o-the -tare a Maeonie Loagei of
Several offisere of the Grand Lodge; of Ohio
wara In attendance,, iro. William B. Dodd,
Past Grand Master, presiding. Broi. Theo.
WIm, Fast Grand Maeter, of Grajd Lodge
of Kentucky, and A. Q. Hodges, Grand Trea
inrer of Grand Lodge of Kentucky, were in
troduced and received with maionlo honor.
Bro. Jacob, Graff acted, w Master of Cere
monies, when P. G. M, Doddi, Installed Into
offiea tha new offieiera rit: " ' '' ': ' -' ,
Mear, W. M.iGeorgaH. Wolff, S. W.; Joseph
M. Hontton; J.' W.t Jon. K. Smith, Tr.j Cba.
R. Jolger, Sao'yj Jonathan T. Borne, S. D.
Israel Jonee, J.-D.j Joseph B. Corert, Tyler.
Miami Loda: Ifo, 40. Oeorare T. Jonaa. W.
M.; John S. Hoffman, 8. W.; Hiram Pngh. J,
TIT -.. Mill .. ... . Jl . -
W.'j William MoCammt.il, Tr.j Jdhn'C, Parr.
Beo'y. JosephiH; flestmanrB. D.t Henry
Barnes, ( D.; Henry David, Charity Com.)
H.Franklia, Tyler. " ' '
uuoytt Lodgt, No. Sl-Wm. 0. Middle-
ton, W. M,; T.. T. . Eecklar. B. VT.- H. H.
Wagoner, J. W.; Joseph Draper, Tr.j Thoe. Z.
RUey.Beo'y.; Albert S. Smith, 0. D. Lewis
Seasongoed, J. D.f John MoHenry, Tyler.
vinraiiKin ' Lioayt, jvo. -189, tioward
Matthews, W,. M,; T. R. Blakemore. S. W.i
George W. Gets, J. W.; Leopold Barkhardt,
Tr.j Jackson, Blane, Seo'y.; James T. Irwin, S.
D.; Job. H. Hewes, J. W.; Silas M. Barrett,
Tyler.- -. 1
McMillan Lodg, No. 141. Cornelius Moore,
W. M.; JoseDh D. Thoinnson. H. W.i Hnr
C. MoGrew, J. W.; John Scott, Tr.s Lyonrgus
u,l- "OI v BuuurwBuu, o.
D.j Benjamin Funk, J. D.; Edward Lippen
cott, Tyler. -'
Cynthia Lodge, No. 156. Samuel H. Rlden
our, W. M. John W. Layman, S. W.t Nathan
Luokey, J. W.j Charles Brown, Tr.j Jothna
Wadsworth, Seo'y.; William Weidner, 8. D.;
Wm. A. Clark, J. D.j C.B. Asplnwall, Tyler.
Maiutlnmn Udg; No. 208. Max T. Mack,
W. M.j Charles Pohlmeyer, B. W.j Henry
Bohling, J.W.; Edward Klstner, Tr.j Nioho
laa Book, Seo'y.; B. Bettmann, S. D.j F. A.
Dosman, J. D.; C. F. Hanselmann, Tyler.
After these services, attended by Mentor's
Band discoursing maiio, the brethren repaired
to the Verandah opposite, and participated in
Bro. Enoch T. Carson acting as President,
and John L. Vattier and John D. Caldwell,
G. Scc'y of G. L. of 0., Vice-Presidents.'
The following regular toasts were read and
responded to; at Intervals the American Band
discoursed enlivening musio. ..... .
1. Thi DAT we Oitiaaare Although tbe hand of
Old Father Tlme'e dial indicates "low twelve," yet
'tie now, and ever will be with the craft, the hour of
refreshment, when they shall meet together in their
annual fraternal re-unions, and the brethren
tbroughout the entire universe shall Join In the
grand chorus, first sang by angel tongues, f'Peace
on Earth, good will to men." , ,
Response by Bro. E. S. Lippitt.
J. Ti Aoita whiob wativa, thi AoiorPao
obbm Ann Impeovimkst May Masonry ever be
fonad tree to her obaraeteria fonnertimee, the pat
ron and promoter of the Arts and Uoiences.
-f -Response by Bro. D. Qulnn. ' yj f ;
a. inn uk.nu jjodb or uaio uo-exiaieni wiin
theorganiaatlon of onr State Government; may they
be of equal perpetuity.. .,---
Response by Bro. Wm. B. Dodds.
4. Thi QsAsn Lonoi or Kmtockt We greet her
aa a faithful co-laborer Id tha building of the Tem
ple; may her labors be rewarded.
Response by Bro. Theo. M. Wise, P. G. M.
Ky. '-
K Thi Oiaho Cossistkbot or Ohio, with hib
Maomivioent Htaita or Thibti-thbbb Sigeeis,
and Oua Gtoaiooi BaruBuo with bib Thibtt
thbee BrATia Coincident in mystio numbers, alike
their grandeur and their power lies in their un
broken onion. May they endure in fraternal unity,
undisturbed by internal discord, nutli this earth
"eh til roll away as a scroll," and Time shall be no
: Response by Bro. E. T. Carson.
"t. Thi Hassiio Loioks or Ciicoinnati Perfect In
their mystic number (seven): may they aleo ba per
fect In their work, and may they occupy the prom
inent position of first among the moral aad benev
olent Institutions with which the city Is blsaaed.
' Response by Bro, Cornelias Moore. '
7. TroxAtt-aodVflrttand most estimable gift to
man. may the Hods of Masonry ever be her most
chlvalrons protectory, , ,.
' Response by Bro. 3. L. Vattier.
The Grand Master of the State, M. W.
Horace Mi Stokos, living at Lebanon, where
similar festivities were being enjoyed by the
brethren In Warren County, the following
telegraphic dispatches were transmitted and
reoeivedt ; "'''-u .' '. i
' The workmen of the Temple In Cincinnati to their
brethren in the ferata of Lebanon greeting; pre
pare your work as did the craftsmen ol old, that
when it comes to ba set up in tbe temple, It may pre
sent the Impress of toe Grand Master. ,
The hewers la the forests of Lebanon to the build
ers In Cincinnati. Onr work has heretofore received
the commendation of tbe overseers; may the blocks
you ofler, united with the timber we furnish, be fit
ted In a temple mere glorious and enduring than
that of Solomon, and lias It, receive tha approbation
of the Supreme Grand Maater-we greet yon frater
nally, - . i -.- - ..... ..
The Grand Master was toasted; ' Burn's
adieu sung, and the brethren ' parted in harmony.
Fatal Accident A Attacbki or ax Ex-
Coroner Care was yesterday morning called
upon to hold an inquest on the body of a
man named George Kls, who wm found at
the foot of a flight of stairs leading from the
sidewalk to the area under the building, on
Third-street, occupied by Adams's Express
' The evidence taken before the jury failed to
throw any light direotly upon the death of
Mr. K., but the circumstances led them to
conclude that it was accidental. Althongh a
man of exceedingly temperate habits, he had
dined with some friends on Monday, and be
came partially inebriated, and some time
during the evening, it is thought, in passing
down-the stairs, fell, and , alighting upon his
head, caused the fracture of the spinal column
whioh produced his death. ' -
One cf the porters about the establishment
stumbled over the body about ten o'olook, but
supposing, in the dark, that it was a deer,
whioh are often placed there, paid no atten
tion to It, nntil yesterday morning, when the
body was discovered. Ibis is tie only cir
cumstance from whioh they were able to judge
ef tbe time of the accident, which must have
occurred early in the evening.
- The deceased was about thirty-five years of
age, and haa a wife and two ehildren residing
IngSteubenvllle, in this State. He had been
for a considerable length of time connected
with Adams's Express Company as a messen
ger, and waa highly esteemed by all who knew
Bdrns. James Burns was taken Into the Court
room yesterday fcrthe purpose of receiving his'
sentence, having been for tbe second time
found guilty of murder. Jndge Mallon, over
ruled the motion for a new trial, stating that
although It would have been more satisfactory
to the Court if the grade of homicide bad been
made more dear, still the prisoner had been
oonvioted by two juries, and he was satisfied
that the verdict was a righteous one. .
When asked what he had to say why sen
tence cf death should not be passed upon him,
the prisoner said that he did not commit the
murder. The Court then scntenoed Burns to
be imprisoned in the Jail of Hamilton County
until Friday, the 10th day ef March next, and
pon that day, between the hours of 10 and 2,
to be taken to the place of execution and hang
by the neck until dead.
The prisoner heard the sentence without any
emotion, and his face was wholly expression
less when it was pronounced. He was evi
dently prepared for and received it with an
indlfferenoe that seemed almost stoical. -
No. 10 East Foubtb-btbibt. J. Graff A
Co. sell this morning at ten o'clock, at No. 10
East Fourth-street, a variety ofmsntle clocks,
and some fine guns, Ac ...; . . . c
Pita's OriBt-BOOBB--ShRke'rieare's won.
derful creation Thi MiHrssti Nioht's Dnttai
contlnuea to draw large and brilliant nnllenctu, and
deeervadif, for ooMtyuad with t0 bukmiful language
of the poets, we hare the euggeetione of the unlet,
who bja wrougat-roto aa muck reality an pwurBU
the wonderful fancies and Imaglnarr ptctirrraof his
author la stj,la -which -most, be at-eqia bjappra-
We have nnL nor do we erpeet to, We, space ia
which- wspeast of tbe play aa we e.uleV wish, and
therefore e.comneUeq to, gonflneuref to. gen
eralities, i -
Of the rapresenisiioa of "Pack" by Viola Crocker,
Whom wa he aao ap twta eAnfannA'Ml with Brtha
Stanley, we have before spoken, but" hardly aa she
deserved. It la a protean protrayal or -varied beauty.
wdiou every one should, witoese. Her -ensea are me
quluteaeeD.ce of ciassio grace and animated loveli
ness. and she saeme to ba & kind of natlta emaodl.
meaivf painting, poetryemd statuary, while tha in.
telUgeat light that beama from feer eyas, and the
imllee which play npon her featuraa, produced by
tha true Promethean Are from Heaven geniua-ap-peat
to rfndertwiW reality, fit fi what the 111.
sion would induce us to believe She waa-the laugh
lagMercoryefafalrylUag." .
Miss Prootor'a "Tltanla'r la admirable, Mrs. Con
way e "Oberon" excellent, Mr. Dsvidge'S "Bottom"
capital, and The Midsuhhib Nioht's DaBAH-eave
ine oiaei gaiters met some of tbe Amazons
sentation of a magnntoaot creiitloi. it will be re
seated this svening, ..i - j. ,..,!
Woon'l THEiTlR. The in 1,1 nlav an.
titled Tei Ohio Onus, drawanlte a large audience
to this cosy establishment last night, and 1 put upon
the stage in the Usual excellent etde of the manager.
The Oriental spectacle,- Blob Beam, baa also re
ceived the greateet attention, and the scenery and
properties are worthy tbe place and tha play. Both
these pieces will be repeated this evening, and de
serve the continued sncoess which they have thus far
National Tbbatib. The audience last
P". t,ti National was quite Urge and intel
lectual. The new play, MEasatLiaaci. was per
formed better than previously, aad the character of
'LeoiiloArnauld" la admirably calculated to show
flllHB Davennort'e wnnHarftil mm. -nH flnl.h u-
do not remember to have witnessed, since we last
saw thla lady, so perfectlr chaste and pollnhed aa
iu,jraiBuuuui mm iuim ui tqe "viscountess u urDy."
particularly the cloeing scene of the fourth act. It
r !? p'ly "ll,t'c as to be natural, which, aftepall,
lathe highest aot. The play will be presented this
evenlng.and followed by the farce of Bam Batca.
Emits A Nixon's Hall. Quite a large au
dience assembled at Smith Nixon's Hall last night,
to hear the child-wonder, Mary MoVicker. Uae is
really a phenomenon, and her imitations, voioe,
mauuer and exeoullon are all in their way exoallent
she will appear to-night for the last time. '
Bobvs. Jamea Burns was brought up for sentence
yeeterday, upon conviction of murder In the flr.t
degree. The prisoner looked greatly emaciated.
Judge Mallon overruled tha motion for a new trial.
The prisoner waa then asked If he had auything to
say why tha sentence of the law should not be passed
upon hla.
Burns replied-l have nothing to any, except that
lam not guilty. I'll say tbat to tbs last
The Court then proceeded to pass sentence: "The
sentence is that you be imprisoned in the Jailor Ham
ilton County nntil Friday, tbe 30th da; of March
next, and that on that day, between the hours of IK
and VI o'olock, you be taken by the Sheriff of Bam.
iltou County to tbe place cf execution, and there lb
baDged by the neck until jou are dead,"
Tbe prisoner then resumed bis aeat ' Ha seemed
prepared for the result, and did not at that time
betray any signs of emotion. In a few momentsafter.
ward he waa taken back to jail.
Sektenub or Imphisonhekt roa Lira on Wh,
BicKLEY.-Upon the motion for a new trial in the
cae, ,f Wm. Beckley, convicted of murder in the
second degree, a large number ef affidavits were
presented among them ous purporting to have been
mtf bT ,h" Principal witness, Jenny Bowers, in
which thoafflaut stated that her taatimonyon the
trial waa false.-. .-,
Jenny Bowers herself appeared in propria persona,
and denied that she had ever made this affidavit.
An affidavit of Amanda Lindsay, fixing the shoot
oa, another party, was also read. A second
alHdavit waa made by the same party, contradicting
the first.
Judge Mallon overruled the notion for a new trial.
The prisoner, when aaked if be had anything to
say why sentence should aot be passed, replied that he
did not suppose It would be necessary to say any
thing. Judge Mallon then proceeded: "The sentence of
the Court is that yon be imprisoned in tbe Peniten
tiary, in the Btate of Ohio, during the remainder of
your life, be kept at bard labor, and that yon pay the
costs of this prosecution."- - -
The following prisoners were sentenced by Jndge
Collins: John Han negan and James ford, robbery,
Are years each in tbe Penitentiary: Jaraos Morton,
assault with intent to commit a tape, three years:
Baldwin Smith, assault and battery, ten days in the
Jail and SI5V fine; Oeorge Washington.potty larceny,
one day in jail. On a second case Judge Mallon
sentenced the prisoner to three months in Jail.
Boabd or Citt ItfPEOViHiitTs. At the reg
ular semi-hebdomedal meeting of the Board
of City Improvements, hsld yesterday morn
ing, leading gas-pipe was located on Martin
street from Pearl-street, 998 feet east; on
Ellen-street from the angle of said street to
Mary-street, 200 feet; on Plum-street from
Second to Third, 608 foeti -on Sixth-street
from . the . east side , of. Freeman to Carr, 550
feet;, on Sycamore-streot from Mulberry to
Doroey, 500 feet; on Twalfth-street- froth
Western-row to West Plum-street, 315 feet;
on May-street from Walnut to Vine; 437 feet;
on . 01ay-stret. from. Thirteenth . to . Allison,
&ftn feat
' The Commissioner' ot the Eastern ' District
was authorised to have the gutters of Kemper
lsne opened, at a cost not to exceed $50, Ad
journed. '
. , -;l 1
Rkdbiptb AT TBI Ma tor's Ovfiob Dorinq
tbb Past Wbkk. The weekly report 'of the
Mayor's Clerk, Charles S. Betts, to the City
Auditor, shows license reoeipts during' the
week ending yesterday to the amount of $42
derived from the following sources : ;
Drays $3 K
Express Wagons , 1 50
Omnibuses..... ... ; 1 00
Exhibitions and Balls - 27 no
Hucksters.,.. 3 00
Peddlers 6 00
(4! 00
: Receipts add ExPEKnrrrjBBS or tbb Citt
Dobihq tbb Past Wbek. From the books ia
the office of the City Auditor we take the fol
lowing exhibit of the reoeipts and expendi
tures of the city for the week ending on Sat
urday last:
General Fnnd
Light Fund....
Fire Denartment Fund..,
Bt55 7
470 00
1,041 18
69 00
Sinking Fnnd
Total i
Watch Fnnd
Superior Court Fund .......
Fire Department Fund
Police Conrt and City Prison.,......,
General Fnnd.....
92,105 76
I , Total,...i...,......
96,618 39
eeesestetesaeeeie testis)
150 16
3tt 00
9M 00
812 91
94.880 36
port yesterday, bnt ao slowly aa to cause no uneasi
ness respecting navigation, lee was fixating freely
down the river, bat the late warm weather ba ran
dered It to thin and rotten that It presents little op
position to the steamers, which oan get along easily
at present.
The Landing bore an animated appearance yester
day. The city wharf waa lined with boats, the ma
jority of them destined for Southern porta. Freights
are offered in fair quantities, but mostly for the
South, at previous figures.
The weather Is without particular variation from
thatwe have previously noticed warm and melting
during the day and f reeling, though not very oold.at
The Louisville and Bt. Louie mailt were behind
time last evening, and nptothe hoar of mld-nlglit
bad not arrived.
Abbivals. Switzerland, New Orleans; Kadlson,
do.; Prioress, Madison; Jaoob Strader. Louisville;
Virginia Home, Neville.
Depastures. Jacob Strader, LouurrlllejPrlorest,
Madison; Bostona, Portsmouth; Courier, Wheeling;
I. S. Prlngle, New Orleans; Virginia Home, Neville;
South America, Pittsburg.
Monetary and Commercial,
Eastern Exchange with tome dealers was
scarcer yesterday than oa Saturday; most of the
dealers being short or tnpply, and paying 9s40e.,
while they were selling all they could raise at H
pram. At the close of the day Bankers bought at
46o. of some houses who happened to have a little
surplus of Kxohange.
Monetary matters were a little easier than last
week, but the demand remained very active and an
exoest of tha means at tbe Banking-house!. ,
The demaad for Cold waa large, and could not be
met at H prem. Dealers vere offering 40c. for (Join
without obtaining any amount of consequence.
Iowa, Missouri and Illinois paper was heavier than
it had been, and waa advanced M by some of the
Broken; tbe buying rate belnglJaiaiK die.
Business was quite aotive in Thlrll-itreet, and Mo
ney made at before to go a great wayt.
Flour waa in limited requaat yesterday, and the
market quiet, while Whisky was In good demand but
nucbanged. No alteration in Grains, tliouii b W heat
waa tending upward. Provisions of all kinds de
clined, holaors being desirous of realizing. Hogs
were anil, and pricea lover in oonseqnence of the
heavy receipts; the market, after the sale of 1,770
bead, closing irregular. .
The Imports and Rxporta ol various articles dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending Balnrday noon,
were: .- t .
9Mfai:s.-Flour, 1,46 lijIs.jWUsky, 2,306 barrle
faewfaiSea Seiihaaai beal, I .eat hnaa. sis " AaTaOT
fcnsheie; Barley, S,IW bosbele; Hon, 16,907 head.
rorasna naeoa.i aw pries; Mjwa,u,,igm, en
hhds.i Sfolassee, i,2i& Slit.; -JonW7-bt Apple,
eitbrU i Butter, 130 kegs; Cheese, 76i boxes) ota
toee,4ll brla.: Salt, Ai brls.
'ltKr.-riW Mje, here WMikr. I, VI Wis.,
Hogs, 22T Bead; Pork and BwMu, 41S shds.: tierce,
400; hrli. l,o; b xe, Bngar,. HI htada.;Me
laaees.128 bbla.; Coffee, U4 baaiAplea) Sea brls.;
Butter, He) keg.; CUMwe, IJM boxva; Silt, SSbrls.
The total imports Newi Toih loclooUng the
Dry- Oood table in' our lest seper, if
acainsr. aaram week last Daceaober. The
Exports of Domestte- Produoa aatd .Mlaoeiianaons
Quods are IZJll.iw, aaalnst $1.111,418 same week
last season. The Specie Export f 131,442, agalnat
$76,6leemevea, laat aaaaennn') rl-
Monday's New fork Times say's in regard to Bator
dap ,.'-"JviV-iii, .ni( yinvjo !lSM
- Ihe'market for Money daring the week worked
utetly, with good employment both-in Blsoounts
nud Loans on demand, tb latter being placed by
note of tbe Urge lenders hp per cent, higher than
il lata oa miscellaiMone collateral with tbe lirekera.
Phe general rule, however, ia percent., with an easy
anpniy-attheieloaaef tbewerk -avtsooitntar rv7ser
cent., with no largs' pressure ontalde- of Bank ef
utrietly prime mercantile paper. In the Forelga
fcfrtbanges a iargs baslneaa early . in i tbe weaken
Southern drawn Bills on London, at 10MA)ti. aad
I'arU 16.20 15.18V, while standard drawers here aro
huldlng at7.l7iaf.16M on Paris.
FLODB The demand It limited and the market
unlet. The aalee were confined to 480 barrels extra
Hi 96 60.- ,.Mi J .' ''! yKV
WHUiKX-flo change in toe uariet; tae demaad
Is good: aalee of I.OUO barrels, yesterday and to day,
it. 2xa2JSc, the latter rate for wagon. .i,
HUGS The market baa been volt dull slnoe our
last, under the operation of largs reeetptt, and prioee
are lower; light selling as low as J 75, and 800 lbs.
itvsrages not saleable at over i l(va 26, Tba re-ot-lpta,
since tlatnrdayadd op 10,000 head- Thvaafce
weret . , .i ) . -i -. --.i
.IK) head, dividing en ISO lbs. at.................. S6Q0 IS
n-0 head averaging 180 11)4. at s 00
m head averaging lorlfO lbs..atYf.ym4- 0 w
I' 0 head averaging 136 lb. af.;.-'...... ......... It
m head averaging 170 lbs. at 6 W
head averaging 10 lbs. at., sssfs itwsatefsgeaiajH taar-
I0 head averaging 1! lbs. St..i S 00
I HI head averaging VH lbs. at.. ......i,.n.....,.. S 00
The market closed Irregular. ,
PROVISIONS There was an increased disposi
tion to nail todi4V. Mod nrlces of all articles declined.
II use Pork was offered quite freely at (IS, and (00
oarreis som at tnis rata, duik meats aeounea
With sales of 400,011 pounds at Sand Sc., for January
and February delivery. Lard was oiferet very freely
100., but buyers- wlthdrewj and offered W&HS.C.
Hacondull: Sides offvredatvHe.) Shoulder nominal;
luo hhda. Clear Sides sold at 10c, to be delivered Feb
ruary 1. 9,000 pieoea green Meats sold at 47ic. for
Shoulders; M97c.for Hides, and 7X73e. for Hams,
Uelug a decline of Hi$!4c. The market cloeed heavy
oud nnaettled somewhat: 200 barrels rump Pork told
nt $11. ... 1 ,.i,.- ' ' ,
OliOOBKlES-The market Is Quiet, and the de
mand but limited. Sugar at 89o. Molasses at 4K&
47c, and Coffee 1MSI8C. A private dispatch from
New Orleans, dated to-day, reports Molasses Mo.
higher, and in active demand, whioh will increase
the firmness of holders her.
W UB AX-Ibe market is aulat; but prices are Arm
at Si 2ai K (or, prims white, and Jl lSftl 20 for
prime red. " ' 1 T
COHN There It a good demand, and prices are
tending upward. We Quote it at M2o. la bulk.
OATS The market contlnuos dull, and prices are
nucbanged: salee of 600 bushels, in bulk, at 60c; 1,200
do. ataic , and 800 do. In sacks at 62o. ' '
BTB The demand is aotive, with light receipts,
and prices are tirm at 81. . . . ,
UAKLKY The market Is dull; we have no change
0 notice in price since onr last quotations: tales of
HiO bushels choice fall at 76c.; 600 do. prime do., at
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Depot, at 740.; 1,400
do. at 700.! 500 do. good Barley Malt at 70c. -
OliKEBE The market is tlriu, with an active do
mand: sales of400 boxes fall Wee tern Keeerve at Ho.;
mm up. as y?tc., aua iuv uo. at vac.
BUTTKB The market is dull, and prices are on
changed. '
CLoVEK SEED The market la dull, but we have
no change to notice in prices since our laat quota
tions; sales ,ofW barrels at ft 70. -
Niw Tobk Mabket, December 27-P. M. Flonr
very firm and quiet: sales of 4,700 barrels, at 15 11
m 20 for superfine State; to 36t6 40 for extra 8tate;
S, MM 26 for sueerllne Western: S9 85715 40 for
common to medium extra Weetern; 6 5oe5W 76 for
Inferior to good abipplng branda extra round-noop
Oblo market closing quiet and firm. Canadian
Flour unchanged: sales of 300 barrels at $6 30A 60
for common to choice extra. Bye Fkur..1s in fair
rahueet at $3 VXH 40. Wheat is qulot And Arm:
les of SO0 bnshels, at, 91 26 for Milwankle Club;
91 60 for white Michigan. Bye uiet and arm at too.
barley very quiet and firm-at 76ti6c. Corn heavy
and lower: sales of 32,000 bushels, at 82&a. for in
ferior to prime new white and yellow. OaUl firmer
at 45X47e., Including 15,0(0 bushels Stabs a 47c.
Whisky heavy and lower: sales or 36(1 brls. at 3f'H
I7oolosing BtvT at 26X5. Pork dnll-amd decliu
Ing: sales of 350 brls., at $16 06ai6 OCX fur meee;
$11 62 for prime. Beef unchanged: sale of 176 brls.,
at S44 60 for country prime; SS6 60 for country
mess; 95V 60 for repacked meee, and f 10 lioftll for
extra mess. Dreaeed JHogs firm at 7&7Ao. Beef
Horns qu let aad suatly, at $14 60 for Westen 1. Prime
mess Beef nominal at 17(ai. Cut Meats quietand
steady, at ,6Jo. fqj Shpaiilersan(liaS)tP. for
Hams.' Bacon . dull and unchanged. Lard un
changed: aalesdf 260 barrels at WH3!04c., and 510
kearsat tail2Uc. Butter miiet and uno'hansed. at
ll16o. for uhlo,' aad 16g2to.--for Stabs. Cheese
steauy at vtglilsc. uuitou uriu: mmivm ui jtwo ueies.
Sugar firm and active: New Orleans at SMc; Mus
covado at77?is,. .Coffee, quiet at VH&UXc.t iMo
lasses Arm at 62e. '! , . . . -.
, Citt, Council. On aooount of tme time con
sumed In dlcutslht tb street rallroadl question at
the two previous meetings, a tfreatamiMimt of unim
portant business had accumulated, and the approxi
mating close of the year rendered it nacessary that
it should be disposed of immediately.- Fa r this reason
the consideration of tho street railroad ordinance
waa tempor rily postponed. Xbe following was tbe
principal business transacted: I
Mr. Cambron ottered a resolution whit h was unan
imously adopted, asking the Legislature to release
the Attorney of Kenton ;Connty frosn attending
County Court In the city of Covington. ,
i.Otk motion the City Olork was authorized to issue
city orders to all persons holding; claims against ,the
city, wherever allowed. '
An ordinance waa passed providing for tke adding
of the annual eleotion on the first Saturday of Jan.
""'communication from' tlie' Grahd'Js.'ry of tbe
County, now in session, was received, reouaimending
the City Couneil to provide for a chain-gang. Ke
lerrudtoaselectcomuiitteeot three.
The Council refuted to remit or reduce tbe flne re
cently imposed upon Ulptain Kirtley, foe assault and
battery. Adjourned.
Fobtbrk IjcvrsTiatJioN or tbb Umbnt Ib
fanticdb. Our authoriti es are exhibiting alaudable
determination to ascertain the mother of the infant
recently left at tbe door of Mr. Keith, on Garrard
street. Teeterday the body was dlsintercd, to obtain
the opinion - of competent physiolaae whether it
perished from cold, or wiaa already dead before
being placed there, and also determine the cause of
its death, should the latter bypotheete be correct. A
partial examination waa maun yesterday, and it wilt
be concluded thla morning. Certain parties are con
fident that Its maternity can he discovered, and they
are determined to bring tbe guilty party or parties
to justice. 4 ... . . .
Cibouit Court. Several small criminal
cases were tried in the forenoon, all of which were
dismltsed.' In the afternoon Pat. Duffey plead guilty
to a oharga of petit larceny, having stole a piece cf
timber, and was sentenced to reoedve four leAbet on
thi, flam nark, and Thome Fl,alev. charatod with
burglary, was convicted and sentenced to a term in
tbt penitentiary. b f
Lbctubs. The second lecture in tha- courae,
for the benefit of Trinity Church, -waa delivered at
Odd Fellows' Hall, lat night, Or Bev. Kingston
Ooddard. His snlueot, "Christian .Manliness,'7 waa
nbly discussed, and listened to with great attention
by a large audience. , . , . t ,
:' Polios Cotjbt. Three) persons were fined
(3, each, by Mayor Foley yeeterda r morning, for
having too high an appreciation of . thaic duties on
Christmas. Si . , ., .., . . ; 's
Washington Abtii.lkkt Con Paitt. The
meik'bera of this company, and all pentone friendly
to its objeots, are requested to meet at' the Court
house tills evening, at seven o'clock, an business of
importance will be transacted.
Complete at t t per Peen,
And Coal Oil at Vanufaoturtra Prices.
i " 1 , .. ' n
Gray, HemingTay & Brothers,
deilaw ' 30 BAST COLTJMDBIAT. 1
tsr Call at ;..us:
.. 1 . -t . ti . ' 1 , (.;',t sT
Y .', .. ,-' -ob-;; .' . ( ,'.'. : !
Looking lasses!
iTheysreforsaieat,;i---!'''"n : ' ,,,". .
Very Lo-w Prices!
1 ; ' . u21awl- vi
1L intr', fciotllisrWal
Jewelry. Nos. MI and 171 Western -row.
. ,f
parlor Christmas PresenU go to Albert
1p9 Pictures fop-Xa Cents can be had at
ijrouchlt OaTldry, e. 8 We Fonrth-street.'- Bvery
porson is Invited to eall an j tA for Ikemssliee.
IdeJiaw-)- i i I'M a "
0f Dagnerrea'n' Saneryghth-irast eor
ucr cf Sixth ana Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Pictnree taken and Vi la (bod eases
twenty c. ts. yajrantadtopUaaa. ,
" .' .. . : ; ....
fSf SoaWHwe Nsw-The m style of
Picture Just Introduced by Carpenter, 'at Ho. 20 West
ifth-ttreet, li all tha rage,, I aa-Diaphaaoty pe is
uuequaled- To brilliancy end depth of tone, They
make a very suitable holiday present.'
pt Tbb MqrjThsre is nothing like
being In thaaexle, ion to be unfashionable nowa
days, when Frlsl k McOuire, He. Its Walnut-street,
the latest -styles of Clothing aeehaeply, is cer
tainly unpardonable. Jiut -eaxassme their saperh
. , J.v ',. u -.- i ' 11 t
" r'i - - P.- II,
TheTnVa'ef Paintings at Pike's
Opera Building will take place this svening at T
o'olock. Boms of the finest Pictures of the whole
collection remain tbe oflkred, aha will be en ex
tslbltlos uetll the' hoar of tale. Beaienber Leigh
Hunt's motto,,!" Hang a pioturw in f our room." , , .
ivr -.i' . 1 1 " ' 1 ' 1 .''-.' . vvi'l'd
Ppera. and Bridal Fans, . ,.,
Pearl Stick, white Silk, plain 1 1". ' . . .....
Pearl Stlok, white 811k embroidered;
: ' Pearl Stick, white Bilk silvered ; '
", " Pearl Stick, Parchment Painted ;
rory HHck BroadFaa, white, red, Mo and Bisk Silk
Ivory Stick Silvered, spangled, ambroldered Silk
Ivory Stick, elegaatlx painted, Silk; ....
, . Sandal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all colors ( ,
Hair pint, blue and gold, coral and gold;
' Head Dresses, hlue and gold, oOral and gold; '
' 1 " ' Card Cases, plain and served pearl Shell ,
I'orte-monnaiea, with chain; leather, silver, velvet ;
' Stereoscopes and Tlews 1 -i,'- - -,- ..
. Steal Bracelets and Brooches ; .. j . ,
, Steal Buckles and Slides -,
, Ooral Necklace and Ties; '
'; ' txau oabxbbs.
fust recelVei, a Bhe of elegant luuitlcs;. "-'
With Bow! Bosettet, and 1 Embroidery ;.'.-- 1
: White, Bins, Pink and Crimson Sill ;.,,,.. '
Drab, Lavender, Green and Straw-colored Bilk ; .
.... Silk, Velvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread.
Is a Ladies' Drees "an ralt"withont beautiful
flartera? " JOHN D. PAKK, '
" ' B. 10. oorner1 of Fourth and Walnut-street.
deledF ,--iiV" In.-. 1 , 1 - ? -.-, -,
$& Strangers and'citiiens requiring gifts
and presents, or .., ,. . .
fravellug Cates, ,.,
' Dressing Cases, 11 ' "
" ' '"''Traveling Bag,"' ' 1 .v"-- ' -
1't -ml -ihi. Bich Drtss Balrvlns, "'i '
vi In i' 1)1 ' u-i 111..111 BioKand Beautiful Fans,
.-.I. m'-m'w ...I , I,,.-, hell,Cobsv ,,
Slogan r, Pocket Knives, , .,
Carved Pearl Card-ca, , , '
,1 f (JstV-VMl Tearl Porte-monnateKi !""
''' ' Keedle Books and Cases, ' 'i
ill ,0 m -,1!) -in. 11; h vi, Inraished Portfolios,
Steel Bracelets, BucMm and Slides,, !j '
,'-, BtereoaoopM an View,. ,
li --Jir.i Iadlsnd Porte-meunales,
.' Lauiaj' Work-boxea,
,il:ml,,i -';-0p(lm.l1u,1' .'
'Mck'aatl 'Aecaht Cskrteas,'" "'"i " " 1 ' "" '
Beautiful Oabssi '" ';iii'-'"' "f '
:. ii" n " Beaitlfol Fans, ' i,,:i-:.-
i'iiU -nil ,i,ladlee'Drasing Cwset, ,..
,-,) ,', -a-dle?' Writing Desks,
Pro-tee,. Scitsore, Baiors, , Shawl Pins. Brooches,
Braceieta', Perfumery, Bouge, Parisian Pearl Drops,
toilet PowderVBalr liye, Hair Oils, Brushes, Combs,
TIB Soaps, ., Should visit "'
l'.tn--JOHN D. PAJtlt'8 Baraarof Fancy,
,n corner of Fourth tad Walnut-streets.
,, IdeltdWl
CO. Assignee's Sale of Drugs, fto. 'Will be
eold at 'Auction on THDIHUAY at-OBNiMO, Deo.
U. aa lu u ciwk, vy vruvi ui iiiq. rrouuie uourt, m
the eto lately WCnpled ' by SntJtei A. Griffith 0
il Broadway, a geueial etock ot Wrogs. O.'.Sstware'r
bbop Furniture, Soda Fountain, 40,
Terma-All suma wnder S50, ctjh : j0 ,nd upward,
note at ninety days, with "PPWyvd ,v. V , ,
' . ...I iiiiu ri.Ass Bneaor iJmith A. Grlmth.
dett JAUOB O gAyf, Auctioneer.
A BHBA.K8 A CO., jae.rooma Hos. 61 and
Mttin-street.-Tbere. ilt u, Oatlogue Hale
Hoots and Shoes, to, ,oU Auotion, on THCBH
DAi, Dec. 29, irfji without reeerve, tooloae sundry
oonsifrnmonts, ttoresftf and S9 Main-street. Cin
cinnati, Olil;.s f o. BBA-BHBABa t, CO. Bala
,-oiiimence t ,.!, o'clock,
1 Torma-Ossh. ' All goods not equal to sample to
ileilntMi., jJoBlownee afierthrtedaye. dey
WILLIJHfcV-8ale-rooms 2?andM East Third
street. Catalogue Bale of Rosewood and Maliogsnv
at 2i o'clock, tO.OOil feet Koeoirood Yeueert, 16,0(10
do. Crotch mahogany Veneers.
Tbe attention of the trade la called to- this sale,
The Mahogany Is long and wide crotch and enrl.
The Rosewood k superroT article.
, Terms AU. turns over, Bid), two to four months
under, Caah. dea A HfciLLUQQ, Auctioneer.
Balet-roomt No, 33 Main-street. Bundrie
Auction, to close consignment. Will sell, on
'l UOKHDAK MCBN1NO, Deo. 2, at 9 o'clock, ,C00
worth of fine assorted Gold Jewelry, comprising
luge variety : three tats fine tllver-plstod Tea Set.
ix pieces each.
ALBO-At 11 o'clock precisely 10 cases Kip and
f ait Bootai 40 box Pearl Biarchi u do. Palm
Hoap; ts brls. Smoking Tobsceo; 40 do. Cider Vin
egar t M mats Java Cone. Bale positive.
deSg , H.b.MlLKO, Auctioneer,
A CO. Balet-room No. 18 East Tmirth-atreet.
Second and Final 8le of Oil Paintings. On
WBDNKSDAT EVENING, December ii, at seven
o'clock, we will tell in Pike's Opera Building, a large
and splendid oelleotion of Oil Paintings, which here
been selected with great care, and on tnemost favor
able occasions, in France and Germany, during the
past year, and importwl from Europe recently by Mr.
u. A. Toluien, comprising valuable original pictures
by eminent living artists, and flne copies of some
the most celebrated pictures by old masters, now In
the different galleries of Europe, Among the sub
jects may be found Groups and Fignres, life-eiw;
Historic! Babjeeta.-Conversational Pieces, Archi
tectural and Btreot Views In different European citlm.
Marine Vie we, Game, Brail and Flower PIccm,
Landscape, Ac. with a great variety of else auit
style, subject and Bnish, the whole forming, It is be
lieved, on of the best collections sver offered in this
city.. Tbe attention of the lorert of good picture
respectfully invited to thla sale. '
Gallery open to the publio day and evening, from
Monday morning uutll tbe time of sale.
do - - JAOOB QBAFF, AnctlcBeeV.
iTat-- CO., ealet-roem No. le East Fourth-street.
Elegant Mantle Clocks and Fine Guns. Will be sold
at Auction, on WEDHKSOAY MORNING, Deoem
ber 28, at ten o'clock, at No id Kaat Fonrth street,
fourteen very tlrgant Mantle Clocks, with Shades;
twenty Double-barrel (Inns, some very tna one,
lo be told in lots to suit purchasers.
le07 JACOB QBAFF, Auctioneer.
D. K. CADY & CO. ::
M.-M. i
. MlHTef-
: Cluriistiuas Presents,
At the Old BUnd, corner of Fifth, and Walnnt-sls.
i . LdelSbw
:: A. OA.Rl)
W M. P. JHKWSON, of ' thelate firm
slon, Stock and Bill Brokerage baalneat, at their eld
offloe, No. 3K, Basement Maannlo Building, Third-
street. Heaollcita a contlnuanoeof the bnaln bere-
tofore so liberally bestowed on the eld flrra.- 'neHiMie'
,vi - .- . . ooTjTeb's, '
de2t ' . ; ' . Not.au and S21MaIn-strel.
1 1 u , 1
FOR RAISINS, .: currants, citron
H 0TB, go to COtTEB'8,
deM - - No.3l9apdWlMaiB-etreet
, . OOLTBB'8,' ..
dett Koe. 3I and Ml Maia-etreL
JB PTCKLR8. Am., an to OOLTBB'e).
deM Mo. SIP and Ml Main-street.
024 Moe. SIS aad HI Main-street.
osJB aad UI Malg -street.

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