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LOCAL DXRS0TO&Y.
CHURCHES.
Baptist, Rev. 0. B. Brown, 10th street, be
tween E and F.
Baptist, Rev. Mr. Samson, E street, between
6th and 7th.
Baptist, Rev. Mr. Davis, corner of 4th street
and Virginia avenue.
Baptist, Shiloh, Elder Robert C. Leachman,
on Virginia avenue, near 4j street.
Catholic, St Patrick's, Rev. Mr. Mathews,
F street, between 9th and 10th streets.
Catholic, St. Mathew's, Rev. John P. Done
Ian, corner of H and 15th streets.
Catholic, St. Peter's, Rev. Mr. Van Horseigh,
2d street, between C and D, Capitol hill.
Friends, I street, bewteen 18th and 19th.
Lutheran, English, Rev. Dr. Muller, corner
of 11th and H streets.
Lutheran, German, Rev. Mr. Borcher, corner
of G and 20th streets.
Methodist, Ebenezer, Rev. Messrs. Ege and
Hansonn, 4th street, between F and G, navy
yard.
Methodist Foundry, Rev. Mr. Tarring and T.
A. Morgan, corner of 14th and G streets.
Methodist, Wesley chapel, Rev. N. Wilson,
corner of F and 5th streets.
Methodist, McKendree chapel. Rev. Mr. Ee
cleston, Mass. avenue, between 9th and 10th.
Methodist Protestant, Rev. Mr. Matchett, 9ih
street, between E and F.
Methodist Protestant, Rev. Mr. Murray,
pastor, Odd-Fellows Hall, navy yard.
Presbyterian, Rev. Dr. Laurie, F street, be
tween 14th and 15th.
1st Presbyterian, Rev. Mr. Sprole, 4* street,
between C and D.
2d Presbyterian, Rev. Mr. Knox, corner of
H street and New York avenue.
4th Presbyterian, Rev. J. C. Smith, 9th street,
between G and H.
Christ, Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Bean, G street,
between 6th and 7th, navy yard.
St. John's, Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Pyne, cor
ner of 16th and H streets.
Trinity, Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Stringfellow,
5th street, between Louisiana avenue and E
street.
Ephiphany, Episcopal Rev. Mr. French, G
street, between 13th and 14th.
Ascension, Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Gilliss, H st.
between 9th and 10th, temporarily occupying ,
McLeod's school room, 9th street between G
andH.
Unitarian, Rev. Mr. , corner of D and
6th streets.
African, Union Bethel, M. E., Rev. Adam S.
Driver, M between 15th and 16th streets.
African, Israel, M. E., Henry C. Turner, near
the Capitol.
First Presbyterian, (colored,) J. F. Cook,
15th, between I and K streets.
First Baptist, (colored,) William Williams,
corner of I and 19th streets.
MASONIC.
Federal Lodge, No. 1?room corner of 12th
street and Pennsylvania auenue ; regular night
of meeting, first Monday in every month.
Naval Lodge, No. 4?room Masonic hall,
navy yard: regular night of meeting, first
Saturday in every month.
Potomac Lodge, No. 5, Georgetown?room
in Bridge street, opposite Union Hotel; regular
night of meeting, fourth Friday in every month.
Lebanon Lodge No. 7?room corner of 12th
street and Penn. avenue, third story ; regular
meeting, first Friday in every month.
New Jerusalem Lodge, No. 9?room on C
street, between 6th and 4? streets; regular
meeting, first and third Thursdays in every
month.
Hiram Lodge, No. 10?room over West mar- ,
ket, 1st ward; regular meeting first Wednes- 1
day in every month.
Grand Lodge of District of Columbia?annu
al communication first Tuesday in November; ?
semi-annual, first Tuesday in May. Installa
tion meeting, St. John's day, 27th December.
I. O. O. F.
Central Lodge, No. 1.?room City Hall; night
of regular meeting, Friday.
Washington Lodge, No. 6?room City Hall;
night of regular meeting, Tuesday.
Eastern Lodge, No. 7?occupies a room in
Masonic hall, navy yard; night of regular meet
ing, Friday.
Potomac Lodge, No. 8?Odd Fellows' hall,
Alexandria; regular night of meeting, Friday.
Harmony Lodge, No. 9?Odd Fellows' hall,
corner of 7th and G streets, navy yard; regular
night of meeting, Monday.
Columbia Lodge, No. 10?room City Ilall; 1
regular night of meeting, Thursday.
Union Lodge, No. 11?Odd Fellows' hall,
navy yard; regular night of meeting, Wednes
day.
Friendship Lodge, No. 12?room over West
market, first ward; night of regular meeting,
Thursday.
Covenant Lodge, No. 13?Odd Fellows' hall,
Jefferson street, Georgetown ; regular night of
meeting, Monday.
Mount Vernon Lodge, No. 14?room old Ma
sonic hall, Alexandria; regular night of meet
ing, Tuesday.
Beacon Lodge, No. 15?room City Hall ; re
gular night of meeting, Monday.
Columbian Encampment No. 1?room City
hall; regular night of meeting last Wednesday
in every uioiith.
Marley Encampment, No. 2?Odd Fellows'
hall, Alexandria; regular niglits of meeting,
second and fourth Mondays in every month.
Mount Hisgah Encampment, No. 3?Odd
Fellows' hall, Georgetown; regular nights of
meeting, Is' and 3d Tuesday in every month.
Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia
meets annually on the second Monday in No
vember, and quarterly on the necond Monday*
of January, April, July, and October.
I. O. R. M.
Powhattan Tribp, No. 1?room on C street;
regular night of meeting, every Tuesday.
Osceola Tribe, No. 2, Alexandria?room
Odd-Fellow's Hall; regular night of meeting,
every Wednesday.
Anacostia Tribe, No.3?Room Odd-Fellow's
Hall, Navy Yard; regular night of meeting,
every Thursday.
CIRCULATING LIBRARIES.
Washington Library?room on 11th street,
between Pennsylvania and D street; open daily
from 3 to 5 o'clock, p. m.
Jefferson Apprentices' Library Association?
room west wing City hall, open every Wednes
day and Saturday evenings, from 7 to 9 p. m.
Washington Literary and Debating Society
?meets every Thursday evening, at the ses
sion room of the Baptist church, 10th street.
Vine Lyceum Society?meets weekly over
the Washington Library, 11th street. j
Washington Benevolent Society?meets at
tbsir ball on G, between 6th and 7th streets,
the firit Tuesday in every month. i
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Firemen's Insurance Company of George
town and Washington?office in the hall of t c
Perseverance Fire Company's building, Centre
Market square. Jas. Adams President; ex*
ander Mclntirc, Secretary.
Franklin Insurance Company?office corner
of 7th and D streets, next door to the 1
Bank. G. C. Grammer, President; cnaries
Bradly, Secretary. _
Potomac Fire Insurance Company?office on
Bridge street, Georgetown. John Kurtz, I resi
dent ; Henry King, Secretary.
FIRE COMPANIES.
Union?located at the corner of H and U)th
streets; regular night of meeting, the ~d Tues
day in every month. W. B. Magruder, Pre&t.
Franklin?located on 14th street, near 1 enn
svlvania avenue -/regular night of meeting, the
first Tuesday in every mouth. Robert Coltman,
President. , _ . ?
Perseverance?located on Pennsylvania ave
nue, Centre market square; regular night ot
meeting the first Thursday in every month. C.
Buckingham, President.
Northern Liberties?located on the corner of
Massachusetts avenue and 8tl? streets ; regular
night of meeting, the first Wednesday in every
month. John Y. Bryant, President. |
Island?located on Maryland avenue, be
tween 10th and 11th streets; regular night ot
meeting, the in every month. Win.
Lloyd, President.
Columbia?iocated on South Capitol street,
near the Capitol; regular night of meeting the
first Thursday in every month. James Adams,
President.
Anacostia?located on Virginia avenue and
L street south; regular night of meeting the
first Friday in every month. Thos. Thornly,
President.
ARMORIES.
Washington Light Infantry?west wing City
Hall, third story ; regular night of meeting, the
first Monday in every m^nth.
Columbian Artillery?west wing City Iiall;
regular night of meeting the
in every month.
National Blues?east wing City hall; regular
night of meeting, first Monday in every month.
Mechanical Riflemen?east wing City Hall;
regular night of meeting, the second Monday
in every month.
Union Guards?hall of the Union engine
house; regular night of meeting, the first
Wednesday in every month.
MEETING OF COURTS.
Supreme Court of the United States, first
Monday in December. ' , ,
Circuit Courts, in Washington county, fourth
Monday in March and third Monday in October.
Criminal Courts,in Washington county, first
Monday in March, third Monday in June, and
first Monday in December.
Circuit Courts, in Alexandria county, D. C.,
first Monday in May, and first Monday in Oc
tober.
Criminal Courts, in Alexandria county, D. C,
first Monday in April anu first Monday in No
vember.
BANKS.
Bank of Washington?corner of Louisiana
avenue and C 6treet?discount day, Tuesday.
Wm. Gunton, President; Jas. Adams, Cashier.
Bank of the Metropolis?Pennsylvania ave
nue, between F and G streets, opposite the
Treasury Department?discount day, Friday.
John P. Van Ness, President; Richard Smith,
Cashier. _ ,
Patriotic Bank?7th street, between C and
D streets?discount day, Wednesday. G.
C. Grammer, President; Chauncey Bestor,
Cashier. _
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, Georgetown,
Southeast corner of Bridge and Congress sts.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
" Here silver pence ure turn'd to golden pounds."
SPLENDID LOTTERIES.
4LEXANDRIA SCHEMES
FOR JULY, 1845.
Class 28, for 1843. !
To be drawn in Alexandria, D. C., on Saturday,
July 12, 1845.
CAPITALS:
30,000 Dollars I 10,000 Dollars
5,000 " I 2'8'20 "
100 Prizes of $1,000.
& c. &c- ^c.
78 numbers?13 drawn ballots.
Tickcts only $10? Halves $5?Quarters $2 50.
Certificates of packages of 26 whole ticket3 $130
Do do 25 half do b.?
Do do 26 quarter do 32 50
""CLASS 29, FOR 1845.
To be drawn in Alexandria, D. C., on Saturday,
July 19th, 1845.
GRAND CAPITALS!
1 prize of $40,000 I 1 prize of $3,008
1 do. 15,000 50 do. 1,000
] do. 8,000 1 50 do. 500
1 do. 5,000 60 do. 300
&c. ' &c. &c.
LOWEST PRIZE $12.
Tickets $10?Halves $5?Quarters $2 50.
Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets $140
Do do 25 half do 70
Do do 25 quarter do 35
Orders for Tickets and Shares and Certificates oj
Packages, in the above splendid Lotteries, will re
ceive the most prompt attention, and an official
account of each draicing sent immediately after it
is over to all who ord?r from KIRKW00D
One door cast of Brown's Hotel,
Washington, D. C.
CABINET MAKING AND
UNDERTAKING.
On F. beticeen Wth and 14//i streets, north side.
'! HE SUBSCRIBER, thankful for past favors
I he" has received, hopes for a continuance ol
the same; he is always prepared to execute any
work in the above line He has on hand a good
assortment of FURNITURE, which he will sell
on the most reasonable terms. Old Furniture
repaired and Varnished
? * The subscriber is always prepared to execute
all orders in the Undertaking line. Funerals wil
be attended to at the shortest notice, and most
i reasonable terms. All orders from the country
| promptly attended to. Hearses and Hacks always
| ?? JAMES E W. THOMPSON.
June 21 l_
HOUSE AND SIGN ORNAMENTAL
j PAINTING, GLAZING, #c,
I J, H. H~ILTON
INFORMS the public that he carries on the
above business, in all its various branches.
ID* Orders left at Mr. Rodier's, Bridge street,
Georgetown, near the bridge, or at Mr..J..L- ?
Thompson'*, F between 13th and 14th streets,
Washington, will be duly attended to.
J. H. H.1s price* will be reasonable, ana work
executed promptly, with the best of materials and
workmanship. 0
June 81 3m 2
?. SUMMER UOOJDts.
OWEN, EVANS & CO., MERCHANT TAIL
oils, b<;g leave to anuounce to tiieir friends
and the public generally, that they have just open
ed their supply of
SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting of a carcful selection, made by one of
the firm, from the latest importations of English
and Fmich Cloths, Cassimeres, Drillings, Vest
mgs, &c., an examination of which is respectfully
solicited.
Store on Pennsylvania avenue, between Fuller'*
and Galabrun's Hotels.
June 7 tf 1
BARGAINS! !
riLEPHANE'S NEW STORE IS THE PLACE
V TO GET GREAT BARGAINS.?I am sell
ing Shell Side Combs at only 25 cents
Shell Tuck Combs 50 to 100, Buffalo do. 16 cents
Hair Brushes 25 cents, Jet Shawl Pins 8 cents
Jet and Hair Pins 12' per pair, Jet Buttons 6 cb.
a dozen
Warranted Silver Pencils 20cts., Silver Thimbles
25 cents
Scissors 12j per pair, Tooth Brushes 10 cents
Motto Seals 8 cents, Purses 8 cents
Jet Coat Buttons 10 cents per dozen
Slates 8 cents, Cigar Cases 50, formerly 10?
Razor Strops 35 cents, Fans 6 cents to 100
Shoe Brushes 20 cents, Suspenders 10 cents.
Together with many other goods which will be
sold very low, at
CLEPHANE'S FANCY DEPOT,
Penn. avenue, 3 doors east of 10th street.
June 7 tf 1
FRESH MEATS! !
THE Citizens of Washington will recollect that
they can obtain
FRESH BEEF, LAMB, and VEAL,
On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at the PRO
VISION STORE, on the Southwest corner of
Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth streets.
P. CROWLEY.
June 7 ' tf 1
first Ward confectionery.
JACOB BRODBECK
D ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Wash
xl? ington, that he keeps constantly on hand an
extensive assortment of
CONFECTIONER Y, and SODA and MINERAL
WATERS.
ICE CREAMS of superior flavor can be had at
all times, and in any quantity.
U33 Parties supplied on reasonable terms.
J. B. has his rooms for the receptiom of com
pany genteelly fitted up. Ladies and gentlemen
are respectfully requested to give him a call.
June 7 _______ 3m 1
BOOTS AND SH OES.
IN STORE, and for sale at very LOW PRICES,
a good assortment of BOOTS and SHOES?
consisting, in part, of
Mens' Calf and Morocco Boots, Bootees, and
Nullifies.
Ladies' Morocco and Kid Ties, Slippers, and
Buskins.
Boys' Boots, Bootees, and Brogans.
Misses' Boots, Buskins, and Ties.
Together with servants and childrens' Shoes.
JNO. SEXSMITH.
P. S. I have a few pairs of Ladies' Shoes a little
out of style, which will be sold at from 25 to 50
cents per pair.
June 7 tf ' 1
"hats a t reduce iTprices.
JOHN MAGUIRE, Seventh street, opposite the
Patriotic Bank, has on hand, and is manufac
turing Hats of every description, of Spring and
Summer style, of the most approved finish, which
he will sell as low as any establishment in the
Union.
He would call the attention of the public to a
large stock of Hats of past fashions, which he will
sell at a great sacrifice to close them; among
which are Nutria, Beaver, Russia, Moleskin, Silk,
and Fur Hats.
Leghorn, Palm Leaf, Sennet, Pearl Blue, and
White Summer Hats, very cheap.
June 7 tf 1
"LETTER PRESS PfilNTiG,"
AT TIIE
SIGN OF THE YANKEE CARD PRESS.
T BARNARD, BOOK and JOB PRINTER,
? Pennsylvania avenue, corner of 11th street.
books, pamphlets, CIRCULARS,
HANDBILLS, CHECKS, INVITATIONS,
BILLHEADS, BLANKS, LABELS, kc.
Lower than the usual rates.
All who are in want of CARDS?business or
visiting?are requested to call and examine my
specimens j prices one-half the usual rate.
June 7 tf l
CHINA, "GLASS, AND QUEENS
WARE.
THE subscribers have opened an assortment of
the above articles, in the Store ONE DOOR
EAST ol Mr. J. T. Ryon &. Brs., Louisiana ave
nue, between 6th and 7th streets, and will sell as
LOW AS CAN BE PURCHASED IN THE
DISTRICT.
They will likewise constantly keep on hand
choice GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
Will the Ladies call and see our goods in the
Crockery line?
H. J. GOULD & CO.
June 7 tf 1
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
SEVENTH, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF D ST.,
Opposite the Patriotic Bank.
T C. WEIGH MANN, Merchant Tailor, will
?I ? cut and make clothing for gentlemen and boys
in the most approved and FASHIONABLE style,
on reasonable terms.
He respectfully solicits a share of patronage.
J. C. W. has now, and will constantly keep on
hand, an extensive variety of ready made clothing,
of the best workmanship, which he is enabled to
sell as low as any other establishment in the city.
He invites the public to call and see his stock.
7 3m 1
marble y a rd,
Corner of E and Ninth sis., Washington, D. C.
WM, A GRIFFITH would respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally, that he
has on hand a choice collection of Marble Mantles,
Monuments, Tombs, and Head Stones; also Free
stone. He is prepared to execute all kinds of
work on the most reasonable terms.
N. B. All orders thankfully received, and neatly
cxecnted.
June 7 tf 1
P A I N T S TO R E.
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS.
"?J/1A KEGS of Pure White Lead?in oil
*'UU 250 Gallons Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil
200 Boxes of Window Glass
French and English Plate of various sizes
Emerald, Paris, Chrome, and Imperial Greens?
dry and ground in Oil
Paint and Whitewash Brusdcs, of various kinds
Coach, Capal, Furniture, Mustin, and Japan
Varnishes
A constant supply of FRESH PINE OIL ; also
Sperm, Solar, and Lard Oils
Lamp Wicks and Glasses?as usual?
For sale on the best terms, by
O. WHITTLESEY,
C street, Todd's Building.
June 7 tf 1
FAMILY GBOCERIHS.
S HOLMES, on Seventh Street, nearly opposite the Patriotic Bank, has oti
? hand a choice atock of FAMILY GROCERIES^iz :
SUGARS.
New Orleans ; Porto Rico
SPICES.
Pimento; Pepper; Cinnamon
Muscovado; White, Brown, and'clove9; Ginger; Nutmegs;
i * I ??l flrtsl LIn?rnn r. MflPA (r)7)1DI</ Mill 1 f IIO-V/1 1 < ft / /
Clarified Havana
Loaf and Lump; and Maple.
M0U1SSES.
Porto Rico; Cuba ; New Orleans
Sugar House; Sugar Syrup
New Iberia Syrup
St. Croix do
TEAS.
Gun Powder; Imperial
Young Hyson; Ola Hyson
Hyson Skin; Black
COFFEE.
Sack
Mocha: Java; Maracaibo
Cuba: Laguira; Angustora
Rio; St. Domingo
Mace, ground, and unground
FRUITS.
Box, Layer, Keg, and
Raisiu9
Currents; Prunes ; Figs
Dried Plums and Apples
S1VEETJHE.1TS.
Peaches, Pine Apple, Lime and
Citron Jellies, &c.
SUNDRIES.
Pickles ; Catsups ; Sardines
Olives and Capers; Anchovies
Sapsago and Pine Apple Cheese
HONEY.
Cuba and White Comb
Flour; Oat and Corn Meal
Bacon; Choice Hams
Dried Beef and Tongue
FISH.
Mackerel; Shad; Herring
Salmon; Cod
Pearl Barley; Macaroni
Vermacelli, &c.
CANDLES.
Patent and Common Sperm
Adamantine; Roman and Mould
Common and Fancy SOAPS
TOBACCO.
Fine Cut and Plug
Cigars in great variety
For Prices and (Quality, call and examine for yourselves.
June 7
OIL.
Sperm; Whale; Patent
1 Lard; Salad, &c., &c.
if
BUILDING MATERIALS
T""; SUBSCRIBER keep, eon^anU, ?? ;and
? knob locks, latches, bolts, screws, parliament
and common hinges, sash pullies, jack, fore
smoothing, and other planes. '
House-keeping Articles.?American and English
cutlery, pots, ovens, skillets, kettles, shovels and
k lte*w?sh; sweeping, scrubbing, and dust
i liui'68' r ' ')U,ckets> bow'9 and trays?with
a collection of useful and fancy articles, too nu
rs i:zxularizc',vhich are ?""ed
June 7?1 GEO. SAVAGE.
CALL AT THE
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
On the West side of Seventh Street, between
D and E.
TyHERE the Subscriber, thankful for past
, fa*0") is still offering inducements to the
public, in the articles of BOOTS AMD SHOES
nf.Kr happy to have his friends and 'the
public to call, as his stock is " Hard to beat"
cither in quality or price. ' '
June 7 ' C"ARLES PASCOE.
NEW AUCTION. STORED
TJOTLLER, DONN &. CO. would beg leave to
JJ announce that, having obtained a license for
sales at auction, they have converted their spacious
rooms over their house-furnishing store for that
purpose; they would therefore offer their services
to sell real or personal property, stocks, &c. Thcv
will bestow especial attention to the arranging and
disposal of furniture at private houses. Havimr
been engaged in business in this city for the last
fourteen years, they would refer 1o the community
generally Good references will be given, if re
quired, m Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York or
Boston. They earnestly solicit a share of public
patronage, and will endeavor to discharge the
fidelity01 IC nCW VOCation with Plomptness and
Liberal advances will at all times be made on
S?? r wl}en consigned for public sale.
ih \ fKW,Su itlobe understood by our customers
that the above arrangement will not interfere with
^Uir?USf. h,ng bu9ines9> as we shall continue
to beep the same extensive assortment of housc
lurniohing. articles as heretofore, and be always
pleased to dispose of them on reasonable terms.
r?? . JIOTELER, DOi\N & CO.
?Ju-? 7 tf l
DISS'S)
CHVSJ0?HER GIrVo Plabi and 0mament<il
V Plasterer, corner of 131 and C street south
continues to execute all work in his line with
neatness and despatch.
r n A-9K? 1 ok?n flom deceased persons in Plaster
of Paris, for Painters or Sculptors.
ipr*Alabaster Ornaments cleaned and repaired
June 7 tf 2
CIGAR, TOBACCO, it SNi/FF
DEPOT.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.?Exclusively
M m the above business, consequently persons
wishing to purchase any article in the above line
can be accommodated on as reasonable, terms as
in any city in the Union. Having a large and
varied assortment of Cigars, Tobacco, and Snuff
the undersigned is confident whoever will favor
him with a call cannot go out without purchasing
satisfactorily. In store at present?
oz'nnn ?esa.lia .Cigars> different brands?genuine
25,000 Constantia do do
25,000 Fanny Ellslcr do do
25,000 Lanorma do do
25,000 Elpariso do do
25,000 Justo Sunz, (Principe.) do
100,000 Cigars of various brands
100 Boxes Sup. Chewing Tobacco, very low
50 Boxes Small Plug do do
Snuff of the most superior kinds.
All goods warranted; if not as represented the
Jioncy returned.
WM. H. WINTER, No. 6 East of
Coleman's, Penn. avenue?sign Jim Crow
?? _ tf 1
CHEAP CLOTH ING H
Cheap as the Cheapest, and as Good
as the Best!
J L. f-ASSIDY, Corner of Pennsylvania avenue
" ? and Sixth street, opposite Coleman's Hotel,
respectlully asks a call from all who wish to obtain
a good article ot CLOTHING, at prices as low
is the same quality of goods can be obtained in
Washington. An excellent assortment of ready
made clothing always on hand, and every variety
Df wearing apparel made up to order, at the short
est notice, by the best workmen, and a perfect fit
warranted in all cases.
His stock of Summer Goods is well assorted,
and he feels sure he can satisfy, in every respect,
all who may patronize him.
June 7 tf 1
SHOES? SHOJES! f SHOES!77
OF all kinds, on hand, and MADE TO ORDER
at priccs
LOW, LOWER, lowest, ?=?$
At the Fashionable store, Eighth street, near the
General Post Office.
IIENRY JANNEY.
Juno 7 tf 1
COPPER PLATE PRINTING.
THE subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his
friends, and the public, for the liberal patron
age so kindly bestowed upon him. He assures
them that he will continue to exert himself to the
best of his abilities to please. Having had much
experience in Card Printing, great attention will be
given to have them done in a ncat and elegant style,
and on moderate terms.
iOffice south side Pennsylvania avenue, between
12th and 13th streets, and directly opposite to Mr.
Travers.' P. S. Don't forget the JVb.
N. B. Brass plates furnished, and all kinds of
marking, wood engraving, &c., done by
JOHN CULLUM.
Orders received at Mr. Wm. F. Bayly's station
ery warehouse, Penn. avenue, near 11th street.
June 7 x
NORTHERN LIBERTIES
CHEAP HARDWARE, GROCERY, AND
FLOUR STORE,
Comer of 9t/i and I streets.
CHAS. P. WANNALL keeps constantly on hand
an assortment of
HARDWARE, GROCERIES, and FLOUR,
Which he will sell as cheap as can be purchased
in the city.
June 7 tf 1
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, BY
C. H. VAN- FATTEN, IK. D.
Pennsylvania Avenue, a few doors west of Brown's
Hotel.
June 7 tf 1
" JOSEPH H. DANIEL.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Pennsylvania Avenue, Three Doors West of
Brown's Hotel,
WOULD respectfully call the attention of the
citizens, and strangers visiting Washington,
to his large and complete assortment of CLOTHS,
CASS1MERES, Sf VESTING S, of the latest and
most fashionable styles. Also, a large assortment
of Drad 'Ita, and all other goods suitable for Sum
raer Coats; with a variety of light Cassimeres,
Drillings, &c., suitable for Pantaloons. All of
which he will make up in the most fashionable
style, aud on as reasonable terms as any other cs*
tablishment in the District.
Also, a large assortment of Stocks, Scarfs,
Gloves, Suspenders, &c., of the latest styles.
June 7 tf 1
FANS! FANS!! FANS!!!
AMD
GLOVES, COMBS, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY.
S PARKER, Pennsylvania avenue, between 9th
. and 10th streets, keeps constantly on hand an
extensive assortment of Gloves, Combs, Hair Blush
es, and Perfumery, of the choicest quality.
S. P. has just received a fresh supply of Luton's
fine extracts for the handkerchief, genuine German
Cologne, Hair Oil, Moellc de Boeuf, and Fancy
Soaps; also large and small jars of Guerlain s
Shaving Cream.
S. P. has just received a lot of splendid FANS,
which he will sell cheap.
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and examine his stock.
June 7 tf 1
JUST RECEIVED
FRESH GROCERIES.
CONSISTING, in part, viz: Gunpowder, Impe
rial, Young Hyson, Old Hyson, and other Teas,
of the very best quality.
Java, Laguira, Maracaibo, and Rio Coffee
Porto Rico and Orleans Sugars
Crushed and Loaf do
Pure Sperm and other Oils
Sperm and Mould Candles
Fancy and Common Soaps
Flour, Bacon, and Lard. Together with all
other articles in his line.
The above goods have been selected with care,
and will be sold at the verv lowest prices.
JNO. SEXSMITH,
Between 9th and 10th sts., Penn. avenue.
June 7 tf 1
SEED AND AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS.
; Store on Pennsylvania avenue, next to Delany's
, Drug Store.
JD. BOTELER returns hit thanks to his friends
? l'or past favors, and now solicits a share of their
! patronage. He has now in store a general assort
! ment of Garden and Flower Seeds, Ploughs of va
< rious descriptions, and castings, Cultivators, Straw
! Cutters, and Corn and Cob Crushers, Wheat Fans,,
i and all kinds of Garden tools. A general assort
I ment of Hardware and Cutlery suitable for Build
ers, House-keepers, and Farmers. All of which
will be sold low for cash, at his store, near the
corner of Penn. avenue and 4\ street, next door to
M. Delany's Drug Store.
June 7 tf 1
S3-NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
THE subscriber has removed from Pennsylvania
avenue to a store on SEVENTH STREET,
next door to Mr. L. Harbaugh's grocery store, and
third door above the National Intelligencer office,
where he invites his old friends and the public to
give him a call, and examine his stock of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
DRILLINGS, -
And other goods suitable for the season.
Gentlemen who prefer furnishing their own
goods, can have them cut and mads up in the most
fashionable manner, at the shortest notice, very
cheap, for the cash.
THOS. F. HARKNESS
June 7 tf 1
CONFECTIONERY, .
SOUTH SIDE OF PENN. AVENUE,
Between 9/A and \0th streets.
MORELL fit MILLER would respectfully inform
the public that they are now prepared to man
ufacture and sell the best quality ot CANDY at
the low price of sixteen cents per pound, whole
sale; retail, at the lowest Baltimore prices.
They will keep a general assortment of Confec
tionei"y, Fruit, Cakes, &{c.
Also, Ice Cream, Lemonade, and Soda Water.
MortWs Mtdicated Boneset and Sarsaparilla Cough
Candy. This Candy lias been extensively used in
this city and vicinity for nearly two years, and the
testimony of hundreds of individuals, both resident
and visiters, could be produced certifying to its
medicinal properties.
Also, Morell's celebrated Worm Candy, warrant
ed a certain cure for worms in children and adults.
Those who wish to purchase the above named
articles are respectfully invited to call.
June 7 tf 1

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