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Christmas doings. --We believe the great majority of our inhabitants behaved themselves with propriety on Christmas day; or, if otherwise, had sufficient regard for the public peace to keep remote from view. The exceptions generally found themselves brought face to face with the police, and a dozen or fifteen jolly boys spent their Christmas night in the dreary dungeons of the watch- house. They made a picturesque show at the Mayor's Court yesterday; dirty faces, swollen optics, bandagomposed collectively a study for the artist or the philanthropist. Every one had his excuse ready. "Had a pretty high Christmas, your Honor, and was took up." "Just come out of the hospital, sir, and was recommended to take a little spirits, and t patiently awaiting their doom. "I am going to discharge you from here," said the Mayor; "but you must recollect that Christmas will furnish you no excuse for getting drunk hereafter, and if you are brought here again I will put every one of you t
"Merry Christmas." --With all the disadvantages and drawbacks of the times, Christmas day witnessed many pleasant reunions and family gatherings, and many hearts were made glad by the kindly offerings of the season. The weather was delightful, and old and young found the means of rational enjoyment, except those whose memories rankle with rooted sorrow implanted by the new blood- thirsty policy of the Godless politicians of the North.
Christmas present. --Despite the blockade, our readers will be enabled to procure their usual supplies of Confections, Cakes, and Jellies, for the Christmas holidays, at Antonio's fashionable and popular saloon, on Main street. All who need supplies, will not fail to give him a call before purchasing. de 24 --t.