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terns in the city, and at a low price. Jesse J. Underhill, Seventh street, between Main and Franklin, agent for Boston paper-collar and cuff manufactory. John Blair, No. 58 Main street, has fine family groceries brandies, wines 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, Christmas 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, has ladies' and misses' boots and shoes of the latest styles.--Ladies, go put your, feet in them. J. B. Wood, Marshall and Fifth streets, has perfumery, and hair tonies that will make the hair grow on an old hair trunk. Charles L. Todd, corner Sixth and Clay, 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 confectionery, fore