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hardness of the times, there never was a more extensive or recherche stock of Christmas goods in the city. As a sort of guide to the reader for things appropriar Clay, formerly Verandah Hotel, has oysters, game of all kinds. And what is Christmas without these? W. R. Polk, 173 Broad street, corner of Sixth, has the fiines and whisky. The latter, mixed with eggs and sugar, produce a well-known Christmas beverage. B. Catogni, No. 51 Main street, has figs, raisins, citron, ChrChristmas toys and fire-works. This is the place for Santa Claus to get the worth of his money. Darby & Gentry, north side Main, between Ninth and Tenth streets, lay, has wine, rum, brandy and whiskies. Good things to have about the house Christmas times. Zimmer & Co., No. 17 Main street, have all kinds of confectioneryelegant assortment. A. H. Christian &Co. have a beautiful collection of Christmas books and presents, juvenile books, dressing cases, port-folios, &c. A.
Commencing Christmas in advance. --A white woman, named Frances Smith, who was brought into the lower station-house on Wednesday evening in a perfectly helpless condition, was arraigned before Mayor Saunders yesterday for drunkenness. She admitted that she had taken a dram, but was not intoxicated. She made a piteous appeal for a release, stating that she would never be brought before him again if excused this time. The Mayor admonished and dismissed her. J. B. Vaughan, a small man with grey hair and a moustache dyed jet black, was charged with having been drunk in the street. It appeared that he was found by Major Claiborne leaning against a lamp post, and was subsequently arrested. In consideration of the fact that this was his first appearance, the Mayor discharged him, with a warning against a repetition of his offence. R. W. Starke was also charged with getting drunk and laying down to take a nap in the streets. He is a man apparently of about forty years; g