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The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - December 2, 1888, Cincinnati, Ohio THE OINOINNATI TELEGRAM. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 2. 1888. Pnbllflhod by tlia T2ISG31AM    CO., Clftce, 31 Lcrgyrorth Stiwst ' AMUSEMENT DIRECTORY. ORAÍíD.................................. W. J. SCANLA!f. Mrsic Hall.............<    incinnati    Orchkrtra.'8,.................,........ .Chas.    L.    UAVrsi. Hki (Tc’s Mihscmmek Nkíht'.s Dream. J*Ei il'LE'S.................VaL’DEVILLK    CO.HPANY. Ha KRIS ’........................................................ skipi'eh by The DiRHr of the .Moon. TTIE 'Aa.MJAKD.........................DotTBI.E Hi .L. K m{l \. Middleton Ei.EVE.’f-FooT Giant. £i»ui^Oi.iCAi,Garden se\ cow and Calf. THE weather. Warhinuto.n, DecembeJ- .1.—i’or Ohio fnir, Oij liy'it inllu oil the taken; wurmtr ii'uujj), ilf'i oniirui KouihiO'ntf'i iy. It In tiuw loore than probable that the flemorratie hbU'O at the comini; ses.-bin lAíil ¡iun' ijie NDriiiTer oili or some aíiui lar measure provitjiilis for the afliuis.sion, a SiAies, oí -Moiuena,': liakota, Nevi; Me.Yico. and Wasn.npton Territory. Tuis ipovemeni wil/1 be reiied on to lake tli»^ wind uní of th ''lí-puolic.Hi sail, aun give the Detno.craoy the advantage of wiialever .seiuimept can be evolved front siivh a hioveinont. It Ib not liKely that the ivebunlihan ‘Senate will pass RUi'h aoili. It wib moré likely admit li.iKoi'a and \Vasnin<non I'erri.iory, and ]e .ve Uie other two out fur the present. In the days tieiohe the war wneti tU" qiifstipn ot political preponderance.was Jea. m,'iy i on botii sides, it was the custom to admit 'm« U'niii and one Democratic Stale at a tune, if the .Senatft ami liou-e were conlroiied by opfiosite parties. For e.xantple Flori la and Iowa ^M fe admitted in one bill. Neither po-litii'.u party, however, is sutticienily im ueii wKu the smnt of fairness to Cl na'.'e ihiiiL's this way it it controls huil. oratD'hes oi <. omrress. i tiK in I'D.Miral cerciitoiiies of Presiden: ilarris .n vvid oe e.aborale beyond f'r>- . c. nt.-and 'A’.t-hin_Gon will b -ti led wi;|) n-j'.i-nti;,' It^ oh, the 4tb of M,;i ti a- It iD'Ver ' w is before. A liGte ot me untsi if na-u'-.ven tne liepublicans aR'-m ipDic'-.a.Dm of the beauty of b. in_' on ¡tie ii>i-ie. The flrat, that be is a Deinoorat, and the aecond, and most powerful, that bia la e brotber, Hon. John W.-Stevenson, was one of the leading men in bis party, and was. on u.any occasions diametrically opposed to Harrison in ibe Senate.*’ Stevenson had soinething of a career. He was a son of Andrew Siavenaon, of Virginia, wbo beld tbe Speakership of Congress Idliger than anybody else, and was .Minister to tbeCour' of St. James, be.sides being the coiibdential adviser of President Jackson in leference to all th# national bank troubles; and was biinNelf Siatr Legislator, State Senator, Congressman, Lieutenant-Governor, Governor, Unit d Slates Senator, and finally President of me Convention in t Incin-nati that nominated Hanuock in 1S8U. “This talk in the papers of late abonl Sirooked’ poker gamos and ‘brace’ faro in this city and Newport is all rot,” said a disircuntled gambler to ttíe Walker and Talker today. “Why, there is not a single crooked game running in either city. The only faro banks running are across tbe river, and they’re on the square. There are a great many poker rooms iu operation, several in our tirst-cl.iss hoieis, and 1 could pick out a score wUiiiii I wo squares on Vine street, and tliey, loo, are on the square. Iij makes me tired to read aoout what an ‘old sport’ or a 'refonin'd gambler’ has to -ay about the devices for deecine suckers. If suck’ rs were so pleniiiul and so easily tleeced, as the papers would b ive the public b lieve, whyTs it that more raid' aré not made? Do you think that m ill who has heen tricked out of his money won't kick? hy, the first ihiiu' he would do would be to complain to the police. A “Another thins that makes me tired is the talks about the ‘raki-o ’ in poaer games. You would miuk the pniprietors of poker rooms wprAiliiionaires. Niue ifmes out of ten a llati to get his irame started must ‘stake’ iiiree or fopr piay-ers. and if ti ov lose, as Tome;ofthein ipevitaDlv uj I t, to the outsiders in the ' I game, the Gike-o i ha.s to ba pretty ' ' b-avy.'let me tell you, to siana it. But as I said before, the worst rot is the talk auotii ‘b*-aee’games. Only the slickest of the .slick ate convers intWith the successful . evices for ciiealing, and he hiiist be an artist to pra<-llce his tricks without detection; and do you think lor a inomyiu that there are any atiraclimis .for 'Uch a proles'ional in a town like mis, where all piayinir is taboneu? not niuoh. There is more m ney for him in the small towns, where ,ne can play for a day or two and when he lia.s squeezed everyiiody -dry. he i;uu skip. I'oker plavers in a city like thiS are too lly for crooked wo.k.” _ NEW YORK III p'lD of rir. .m .i I m 'V vv r w.m pr.ii'i u-i to triv suits are not as Junes look at ■ il ideas, ami are heavv damages. ■k.e i-.i-e w.i.s a notable eicep-.'loi'L’ii it o er "1 Lreat encour-: aro i':t <if luvdni'e .suiibrs; it i.iig wuiif Do:ore us like will he s en .1. i.i'i. I'ltn \ till' r ;h p'i ti'.o : w'a ' th 1 «•■■■ I'a hi- 1 W n. N v If DU I 'lla- .•D<-’; - i 1 school: to e.4 in D Jl uoui_r. With i toé f.; m ling i.uiRUie-s ro '.d; t I wtii'Ui. tiD-re u ili rio d ia-uuy in securing .'I'. • we    '    . ' 1' D'j 11/ an t >v I q.. n-'ws 11 u 1 I'uarv. ‘"Nil ■■ in ijc in I y;r i‘-r I' ihn. ■ T —7— L’la la ’ is T ' UPS- r - i in IS •s i'l 1 D. ) itic; 1*1. .1 we lMve 1 anaiia js w jrtqy_ U WO;.’ I ■ 1 il r it-.*-.    .*    uTassinentIs s I-ut itiTsm. T.icv I ■> I- a t I', lb wiil il i\ e It ' In li.uirti.'His ijr Said a citizen of Maryland w'ho is well aciju tinted with Fred Douglass: “It is a coincidence that Fred Douglass, who is now a pronunent VVoinan Suiiragist,, boru aud rai-ed iu a Sia e wher womeu voted for many t ears." * “In Maryland?” “Yes In Marvland nn to about IfMO unmarried women w ho were the owner-o:    es:a:e in tlieir own names were voters and lliev exercis d the rights of fr.iiicmse. I'licre was a jironertv ijuali* iicatiori as to men. every voter oeing r*-- • juirra to own nrooerty to the amouiit ol .Í1.JU. but a woman to vote had to be a real e-'ale own r." “How d.d itie experiment work?" “Oh, oretfy well; I nave heard the voter, if a wid.ivv. lisuilly voted as her husband wyuid have done if alive.” V ♦ The [..a Tosca stick is conspicuous for its abstMD-e on Fourth street, but one or two of t»*ird.i niv m liueiis hav ng \en-lurcil out with It. Thevare picuiresijUe ; w iieii g. ai pfnUy earned and will cer-i tatmy be au improvement ou the pug ’ XI og, i    ■    ' ' “rollector Bishop, what’s new in In-' ternai Uevcriue allAirs?’’- "t riday wa- liie l)igge?>t i*lav wo h.ave ever tiad iii ttus District diider* my au-tiuiii.s r.uiou.. We collecte.t {'T'ó,tlUü on Ul.U U.tV.” “Ho.v do you ai'Cuniit for it?”-' “ Wc. i. iti'c ij.iy b-fore w’.f, Th inksciv-iiig I'av. and took in notitiiig. Tiicn tliere ;ust nupi'eiii d to be a tug;UemaiKÍ Tur wliifk \ ;iiui ‘nt er*.’’ ‘■\\ nat was your next largest day?" ‘T chti'; tell you ih il. V\> often take in'gi’.inn or .s.,n.oii(i a ilay. and the aver- gi* IH H iiiil .stn.i.oii. .\no‘tier itiing; inert-are mors m* ii taking uut lii-onHe.s fur tne sal- of o.-umrf th:Hi be-f*; e. I'iiC we.H!c-r 1-colder ami iiuttei sd>ari-r. W ■ ¡--iiol six lict-n-<--s tin-inoriii I g, and gi-n--r i;. V we lon’l ie.sue more limn two a m'*’''fi." P H I L A D E L P H I A THE ^ CABINET! c H I C A C O I L 0 U 1 s “Witk irrave •epeot they’ll rise, and in their rlirtnir ■erm PILLARS or 8X.\TE; deep on their front* engraven DELIBKR.ATION, PUBLIC CARE.” B e’ll not gitese at their N.^MBS; the list to ezhanated. We’re to dojust now with thn Are Toar Wages Low?^ ire Toa Clotbed For tbe Wiater? Are Toor Reats High?' Is Tour Boy, Also? ' ‘ OUR OWN CELEBRATED MAKE OP “ WE SELL AT -t-s-t- THE * LOWEST ♦ LIVING ‘ PRICES: They’re M.4DE and SOLD by OURSELVES ONLY; tUVyVe a CREDIT to our REPUTATION and a GENUINE SAtlSF’ACTION to the purchaser. ^rScnd lor Samples and Seli-Measurement Rnlea. BROWNING, K1NG&CO. 76 and 78 West Fourtli St JAMES UTLNON, ¡Hanager. STé PAUL OMAHA K A N 8 A 8 C I T Y M I L W A U K E E C I N C I N N A T I BEFORE YOU BUY A STOVE IT WILL PAY YOU TO WRITE FOR CIRCULAR OR CALL ON VICTOR KNECHT, 195 to 203 Wade Streat, Cincinnati, 0., Sole Mnniifacturer of the Extra Heavy Heatiug Stove “JUMBO,” the most popular heater in the market. iift'BÜr ^tffices, Factories, Saloons, Dm? Stores, Restaurants, Public Buildings, Ac., Ac., heated at a reduced cost bv the “JUMB )” Slove. A DISGRACED YOUTH shop on Centrnl avenue for 125. and the other at Waketieni's for S20; also a X’alu-i able gold watch and other jewelrv at va-¡ rious placea, where they had been much leas 1    r    u/ I i    uMi I pledged by young Oahorn at Will T, Osborn, of Walnut Hills, ¡ than meir value.    . It w:is further ascertained that tie bov Gone Wrong, The Boy Beeins By Robbing Hia Mother of Valui^.ble Jewelry, Then Purch.'ises a liarge Amount of Jewelry ou His Kather’fi Ae-eouiii and Skips to Chicago With Ed Wright. itri' -riz*-. ■ . «»• - .\.u*r. ■ irie- ‘•h*^ is not *r :t ' - I n*K r> i-ti iw--v-r. luR-*il to -'1 ”1    111 - t- . lU s a.* ■:.« -'.Iglll JOURNAlISTIG CritoTNUTS That Have ticen Taficoed By the Telegram SialT L:, k il , in i ‘.;i 1 *iiN t:;at {'■ ii'te ■vv-rtf ijyvpr '1 r:A'.F “-n d lii ‘•1 ! r- I 1 ;iif. *'\ u ,(j I “I *i I ••il-•M U* •■K. |. “ill.-- (I ■ -I." II I ” .1’ I'liiid.” ■'V U ),U c IJ.* la:r.. fine-|iMi»i* 1 ID i;> wa -rr ■■ 1 V •- ,c . * d 1 V, - f 1.- 'lo m* d iq. I .,1'. r M,ll Hi'- .1 I I II , II g." .n<-1.-’ * 'in'- I •! and •' r'.n.i I i\(-d .1* A D- Ha I , r.l, cl " I ’ (IIXTSV V I ) tnn -i'**ii.-, ' rpiid 11 , ¡ul-bel geali Another young man, a victim of fast living, has gone wrong. Anothir heart-broken mother lingers between life and ueaib in a palatial reai-qeiice on WaUuu iltlta. ,\u iridiilgent father, bowed with humiliation and grinf, is aaekliig uia niis.s- I mg boy and end* avoriug to cover up his wrong-doing» by a liberal expenauure of moiiev among h.s victim*. VVm. T. ()-born, a bright lad of sevon-toeu years, son of .Mr. Thomas H. Oa-norn. -enior mctniirr of the wholesale mulinory linn of Osborn, Hutchins A lluiit. at llJij W--t Fourth etroet, was taken into the firm as atock-ke per a war ago. He gave promix'' of rising to a promi-iieiii po-amn in nin mercantile world. Die fond par ntn had mapped out a nriliiant futitre lur their hoy, and the bad fitted him-elf up eleganilv at di er-ent chitbing bouses—all oQ bis father's account. Sien» were at once taken to locate the young ra-iciil, and it wa» learned tnat he and VVriglit had started for Chicago Tup.sday night laat. The aiithoritie.s there have been tel — graphed to and no paina or expense will be apared to apprehend them and, if caught, young Osborn, at least will be aent to a reform achool. Mrs. Osborn ia lying very ill at her home, 37 Oak street. Walnut Hills, from the eifects of the shock incidental to the discovery of her son’s latest escapade. "BOOZE," And Its EITect I'poii Ortaiu Scrvnnta of“l’nele Sam.” There never were so many mall clerks drunk Baiuiday uight in Cincinnati, as tuere were night. Some of them could hardly write iheir names when they went to the office to gel their pay. Two of the fra-l»*rnily out on a little "teur" went Into Boedeker«reituurant, on .Main etreet, and while In the bar one of them called a maa a liar. Me had struck a Fourth Ward crowd, aud SnodiU Fru-ty was among ilioin. Hnoudy made for the iwn mail clerk-s aud both Of them would have paid dc irly for their fresh-uess tiiid noi Uoedeaer sprung over tbe bar and liuer'ereil. As It w-is the mail clerks wi-re bun-licd out doorfc lii snort order and forced to couclude tbetr spree lu quieter quarters. AMl’ftEMK.NTS. fitli'T, re.liziiig tliat some day it would liceom i.eccss.iry for turn to atep a-ide and fiUce ni.s sun at the head of    w    w me liini, duvoie.1 hiiu»elf to hia boy'» rtd Viiru'e iiieni. I no Coy, alas, ft-ll In with had oom-p.tuy—young men nke him»e!f of woll-lu'ito ami indulgent parents, and was otmii seen freqiu-ming place» of had re-[)U.«. His ji.irei! » wore k* pt in ignor-’.nice of his amiDiiK until one morning a ■'iUule of iimiith» *sirice, Mrs. Gsnorn usiioverod mat h r valuable watch and iMimonds had im hd stolen. I'm, limiter w»» placed lu tho hand» of (.'etoc.lives, w no f ni mi tho va* u ihlo» iu a w a vrv vs^iom i ww ».• n ■ puwn snop. ami :.-.trim*l that young < k. AA V LAN 51-'MltUlOO TO-d&y. born hud pawm-o tht-in for a inlling ''dutaday aud Haiurday, Alyln Jusltn in his new comedy, 111» parents w erei-urnf>letely overcome *’Olie of tho witii uriof on le.ilmug that tlieir buy w,»s .Ni xtwe^a EVERY EVENING. Sunday, Wsdnesday and Saturday at i M i/mrtceni Revival of i-liakespeare's Kalry Com *dy. “.MIU ■ SIJ.M.MFR Mu d I S DoK \ .M." A yood rv-arved seat for a cents. Next Sunday Night—Bolossy Klraify’i Math las eaudorf.    2-7t 'PcOPLE’8 THEATER, Matmee» tod.iy, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and sntiirday, N«>la«ii’»Ur itMl Vandovi lef'«mlilnni*w Geiicrivl iidmlsslou, 26c; he-»! re-erie J scats, 60o. .Next aunduy    luuttiiee,    "The    Nit hi Owls."    2.71 ctivc >P"1 in It, Hid U I -1-. Vi u. • d « ■ 11 h .-I h i,*N. in vs I I’I*.' Id! iiim fi I i-l* *1 I w , I . 1-. il,-* o i'll I 1 I ■X'lilUlte tta id of ill I'Ki well"- very .e' . Ill islie 1 Dl'llg. D - I It iMiieh. ur- H w-t- ill! ‘ -m y of it. •Vlii Is pa- '•■red ' Iiv r . ; III 00(1 \ l ll.lti le-ltig ill reil III .>. Sa; 1 lu ilie I O'J- .ally (■ ■ d*Thi ii*)f wish id Im, ■ *' u '!■* 'Miinre revolver." !TO'rH¿PH BOOK. I. !id e'cf* ;.,n I '•    * i t»SII,. !1    ' !* ,    I,'ill .s. Si,.** . a-L.'ier here, fur H.imsun will m Sl*e ly I HiU iV il '■III, the I’imsiiin I rot^fC c On In '.u U Ui im J’., I'li lor’e oruelty, •aai I we reuauus: j hie wrtw ua« Pweu gtveu a aivoroe. tne lliiof, uud, fui tner, that hia lll-goneu giiiiia Ints DO n c ¡ilainlored ou wouian uml gaming. Ill» pruisii.;iilun of repentence ptie-Vrtih'd, and he wa , rntiiined at the store ana torgiven i,y niH p.irrtnia. ibatead ol r iorrniiig, liowcver, ho be-ciinie more lecki.-»» than Sjefore, atnl together with hi.s boon Roiiipanion», a young liebr w and a voting man niiined j Ivi Wngtii, liviiig witii hi» aunt, u well ¡ to ilo lady of \\ tt luu Hill», began to ‘-do j tbe town" for ail ihev were worth. Thev u*somiei|d«d the ranee, wnore U ' IS said tlioy mew in euusiUerable moiiey. l.Ael l iiesiiay <>e lorn igid Wright (Us-apjieareU from in,, miy. Ihe-Hine ii.iv Mr. <i»born wa* pre-Miited will, »everal large lull*■-one for |IMI finrh Hus-hII, thu Arcado Jcwol, r, (or ditiiioiDi nii/s purchased by hla eon, w ho ha-l ordered the bill* sent to liiB f.tlher. Mr. • rsiioiii. with the nnsisUrico of a friend, lin e»i|ifHU'd and found owe of i>b* nugs pawued at btauiau'i pawn* Old Stock.” V Hunch of K«yH." + HARRIS’ THEATER! + This Afternuoh apd Freuiay, ihe lamsh. log Hiieoess, » I r» r» m x> nv lUk DIG Hr UK ThK MoiiN. Best seats '& ueuU. Next week -"IIcmkI-man lillml" COMIIVO! THK HUI.AT POULTRYSHOW -AT- MXJiSIO mXTjJJt l»M linHf.R l‘i TO lot Tn WEAKMCMr;fMnr;::W I U - I ill.. nH,|lr....f».lyS..«7. >"■« mnnli- <1 , rtr | will M-nu » »!i<i(l<lr ti.sti» iwelfSj «S. -e.inliw full |«rU,'iiiBr« (m Iíoím c«i«, frss uf •11- >- AUdrM PmOT, r. 0. POWLIR, Moedua, Oonn. aw.v-ljr«ea'Aw« GRAND ^ SLAUGHTER ^ SALE CLOAKS AND WBAPS $10,000 Worth of Lftdiei’ uid Ohildre&’s lUEim! SgAwORIFIOSD. On arconnt of the enlld winter we have been able to eeenre, from eevfral lea<iinK mannlaotnrera, a large lot ot tbe VERY LATESf STYLES ol LAUIES’and UHILDREN’S CLOAKS at lea* than SOo ou the dollar. We shall put them on sale TO-JRORROW, and *ell them at anch ridieuloiisly low prices that it will be astonishing; and not for one day enly, but as long as they last» and please bear it in mind» we do not sell GOATS AND CALL THEM WOLVES! At $5.00 ■ 1 *^([1 Tf r n Elegant Plain, Plaid and Striped Newmarkets» fall fronts» nT V I fl|| V-ahape, putted back, bell sieves, with or without girdles, All-Wool Fancy Stripe, Platd ai)d Plain Newmarkets» gome with capes, others plain, others nicely trimmed» coat $7.50, $5.60, $0.75; all auw$6> At $9.75 At $19.50 At $18.50 cost ng $0.75, $12.60 and $18.50; now $7.50. Elegant Newmarkets, 'in all the leading colors, bine, red, brown, tan, latest shapes and styles, costing $15, now $0.75. Very fine Seal Plush Wraps, very fine satin lining, soma trimmed with braid, some with balls or spikes or beaver halls, cost ing Irom $25, $80 and $82.60; aii now $18.50i. Extra Bargain in a luto fine English Seal Plush Cloaks, 40 inches long, fine satin lining, worth $22 and $25; re« d pced to $18,50. ITSrWMARZETS. Medium and Dark Colored Striped Newmarkets, cost $5; reduced to $2.75. .\ll-WooI Brown Striped, Plaited Rack Newmarkets; reduced llrom $0.50 to $3.05. Ladies* Vest F’tont Jackets, tailor made, cost $15, lor $7.60. Special Bargains in Ladies’Jackets at $1.19, $2.75, $3.75 and $5. Very Fine Quality oi English Seal Plush, with Bell Sleeves, cost $21.50; go lor $15. All the Child's Cloaks Rednoed. SABOAUTS. lOc for Swansdown; cost 45c, 10c lor Child's Wool Scsris; cost 85o. 25u lor Boys’ Plusb Gape; with Astrakhan Band, Salin lined; cost 75o. $1 or Nubia Mulls; cost $1.50. 82 I'or !»eul Plusb Mude;cost $3. ml.25 ior Black Plush Muflis; cost $2. 49c lor Black F'ur MufiTs. 35c or Child’s .Astrakhan Muffs. BIG B.AHGAIN8 IN DOLLS. aSAéSS JS^SL217 SALS. Heavy Plated aii<l Solid Gold Rings, Plain, Engraved, Chased and with fine Sets,ilie stock of'an Eastern firm I itai lately latied, will be sold at one-bulf and one-third of cost. Riimsat 10c to $-5; cost irom 50c to $12.50. Every style made. Thousands of Pins, Bracelets, CniT-Buttons, Scsri-l'ins, and Fancy Jl welry of every descriptioa at one-hal o cost. BARGAINS IN SILK MUFFLERS. ZZTZtA SIZE FL7SS OLOAZS III fine qiinliry, sizes 44 to 48, costinn $35 to $37.50; go now or $28.50. English Seal Plush Wraps, satin lined, long front; reduced from $17.60 to $12.50. Seal Plush Wraps, satin lined, seal ball trimming, Mndjeska shapsi reduced lrom"$21.50 to $15. English Seal Plusb Jackets; reduced irom $10.50 to $12.50. We have the best $26 Plnsh Cloak ill the city. Big Bargains in Misses’ Newmarkets, BABGFAZ2T8. 25c for Ladies* Black Alpine Hats^ good quality; cost $1. 85c or I he Spa Felt Hat. lOc for Trimmed Sailor Hats. 10c for Children’s Trimmed Felt Hats, 6c lor Children’s Satin Hats. 26c or Boys’Scurfs, iu Glass Box. 25c for Men's Scaris, in Glass Box. 50c lor Men's Scsrfit, in Glass Box. 25c for Men’s Suspenders, in Glas# Box, and finer ones up to $1.50. See Our Ohildrea’i Fliuh Caps. 30c for good black Fleece-lined Hose. $1.88 lor Men’s Cardigan Jackets; cost $3. eOt; lor Men’s Cardigan Jackets; oosi $L25. Big Sargaiai in Flannel Sliirte. 35o lor Children's Helmet Caps. 47c tor Exira Quality Men^ Shirta 50o lor Natural Wool uliderweav that cost 75c. $1.40 lor Silk Umbrella with Gold Head, worth $‘2, BARG.AINS IN HANDKERCHIEFS. PAPENBROCK'S PAPENBROGX’S. ':si GBAITD OFEimTa •> A T* TIKKID ’> CRYSTAL HALL! Tlifi CRYSTAL HALL is Haiim Its Graiil OpÉfli WEDiESDAY NEXT! Wo are getting ready for basiness and InvU# the ladles and grnilemen ol this city and the snrronudlng oonntry to come and luupert one of the largest displays of the kind la this city, consisting of FRENCH and DOMKiTIO CHINA. IU)Y\li W(Hl( KeTEH, I.MPORTED CUT GLASS (which w* will inuke a specialty of, and sell cheaper than any honse tn the city). BUSQUE OUN.AMKNT». IVORY ORNAMENTS tsnme-thing II. w). PIANO LAMPS, HANGING LAMPS and STANDING IjA MP4 *« every description, PLATED SILVERWARE and Cl ILKRY o every niak* evsr seirt in this country; CLOt RS from the cheapest to th# finest imported goods; FKENCIl PLUHH GOODS, styles and psitcrns never seen in this city beiore; BOHF..MI AN POfTERY goods, th* finest shown In this oliy; SMOKING STANDS, Irom tbe ohsspest w> I he ftiirst. to suit tbe rich as well as th* working men; LK VTHF.ll GOODS too unuierou# to mention—-In isos every-I hiiig, the like of which ha* nsvsr been shown in oae store ef this city b#ft»re. UDIESI SPECIAL NOTICE TO YOU I I Den’i iniss visiting the CRYSTAL HALL    ■•*•» se every visitor wdl receive a GRANII •OUYEMIR as a memento o the opening e> th# Crystal Hall, and of It* being Che finest and grsndsst stors and having th# largest display aud sslllug tbe ohsapest goods In this elty» CRYSTAL HALLf four^'^smet. Ladles, be sare and remsmber th* Soaveblf •• Opening *1 theCryeial Hail aest Wedneeday. •ha OratoS

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