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VOLUME II. WASHINGTON, I). C. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1844. ? NUMBERf)
PUBLISHED DAILY AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. By JOHN T. TOWERS. Office on Sixth Street, four doors south of Penn. Avenue. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I square 1 day - ?0 50 1 do 2 days - 62 do 3 do - 75 do I week 1 25 do 2 weeks 2 25 I square ) month $3 5ft 1 do 2 months 5 00 1 do 3 do 7 00 I do 6 do 12 00 1 do 1 year 24 00 Business cards $5 per annum. _ionger advertisements at equally favorable rales. jo?5* Ten lines or less to make a square.<^33 tf:hms oe subscription. The Standard will be delivered to subscribers in the District at ten cents per week, payable to the carriers; or, when preferable, they can pay at the oflice for a longer period. Subscribers will be fur nished, by mail, ten weeks for one dollar; and in no case will the paper be continued beyond the time paid for. Single eppies two cents. A Weekly edition of the WHIG STANDARD for country circulation is published every Monday morn ing, at FIFTY CENTS to December first, in advance! DONOHO & WARNER, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS, WASHINGTON, D. C. Office on D, between Ninth and Tenth streets, aug 24 CHARLES S. WALLACH, attorney and counsellor, NO. 0, WEST WING, CITY HALL. nov (I?ly TAMES J. DICK INS, Attorney and Counsellor at ?l l.aiv, practices in the Supreme Court of the United j States, the several courts of the District of Columbia, prosecutes claims before Congress, and the several Departments of the General Government; and in j general does all business requiring an Agent or At- j toriiey. Office No. 4, west wing of the City Hall. ] nnv 27-ly j EI. A. CULV F.RWELL. Collector and Agent, . otters his services to his friends and the public generally for the collection of accounts.and any agen cy business they muy be pleased to favor him with, promising prompt action and speedy returns. Re3i d.'.noe an ilth street, between G and H street3, oppo site McLe"d Academy, where" four or five gentlemen can be acconiodotcd with board, without lodging, feb 13?tf 771i,:!iT P. AN DICKSON, Bookbinder and Paper , Ruler, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, Binding and Machine Ruling, ol any kind or pattern, neatly and promptly executed, and on as good terras as any other establishment in the Dis trict. , _ "ov fi W?\\V HOOKIUNDERY. ILLIAM U. NALLEY would respectfully in form his friends and the public, that he has opened a Bookbindery on Pennsylvania avenue, next uoor to Bcers's Temperance Hotel. He would request those who have books to bind to give him a call, where lie may always be found ready to execute all orders lett with him. aP 17 6m A PHILADELPHIA BIRD CAGES. ixN extensive assortment of Mocking and Canary Birds Cages just received, and for sale at manufac turer's prices. JAMES M. DORSE11, iSnutl", Tobacco, and Fancy Goods Store, Mar 2!) Pa. A v. No. It, cast of Gadsby's Hotel. WHITE LEAD. LIXSEED OIL, PUTTY. &>e. r A KEGS White Lead, HO Gallons Linseed Oil, ??)U bill) Founds Putty, put up in bladders, 50 Boxes Window Glass, from by 10 to I I by 22. Just received and lor sale low. for cash, or to punc tual customers, by C. H. JAMES, ap j7 corner 14th and E steet3. cheap printing, wrapping, and wri n TING PAPERS J HINTING Paper, colored medium for book co vers, shoe wrapping paper, white wrapping do. for apothecaries, tea paper,envelop paper, cap and letter paper ruled and plain, various qualities; cap paper, niiwl, for W MS per ream. fjj-fxtly. m 16 Penn. avenue. four doors west ol I lib st. i OHN A. BLAKE, Bookbinder,'Paper Ruler, and ? ) Blank Book manufacturer, south side of Pennsyl vania avenue, near 14th street, and opposite 1 ul)er s City Hotel (up stairs). Blank books ol all desenp tions manufactured to order, old books rebound, maps mounted and varnished, and all kinds ol Ijncy binding executed in the neatest manner and at rea 8<>nVkTsLV1PROVED PATENT LEAF HOLD ER or TEMPORARY BIN DER, ol all the various size's with or without locks, will be furnished in any quantity and in any styleof binding desired,^at whole sale prices. TT DARHY'S li.TAETTV.ER, OK, Universal geographical diciion a i;V?Containing a description of the empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Cities, 1 owns, *0!^> Sous Harbors, Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Gapes, &c. in the known world ; with the Government, Customs, and Manners of the inhabitants, the extent, bounda ries and natural productions of each country, and - the trade, manufactures, and curiosities of the cities ami towns. Third edition, with ample additions and imoroveinents. By Win. Darby. 1 rice #3 51) per copy, containing about 1,000 pages. Jhe work con tains the name of every county included in the cen sus of IritO, with the elements of their population re spectively, which will be found in the tables under the head of the States. For sale at the bookstore of may 30? Cor. Ilth street and Penn. av D THE AMERICAN LABORER, FVO'l'ED to the cause of Protection to Home Industry; embracing the Arguments, Reports and Speeches of the ablest Civilians of the United Mates n favor of the Policy of Protection to American La nor W ith the Statistics of Production in the I nitcd Slates, kr... Kc. In monthly parts, and now for the i.rsl time published complete it. one volume, '"ce, *1. Just received and lor sale at the corner of Ilth '-.Via""1 K- FARNHAM. mice. DR. SWA YNE, DEA R SIR : feci my self duty bound to give a certificate of the cure of one of the _ niosl aggravated ("tinea of dis eased Lungs, whi< h hns ever been placed upon record. It was that ol Valentine Chapman, who was sent to this Institution under the care of a very respectable Physician, who. after a long and faitliful atteudan irnve him out an beyond the reach of tlte healing art. Having heard of the astonishing effects of your Compound Syrup of W Ml her ru in curing < "ought, Colds, Con ' sumption. Difficulty of Breath ing, pain and soreness ol the Breast, Asthma, Whooping cough, Bronchitis, and all dis eases of the Breast and I.ung*, I concluded to get a bot tie at my own expense, which gave some relief: being encouraged from that circumstance, lollowcd it up unli a perfect cure was performed and,he ?man returned to **> & ?r U,. Al,n! i!S. near WW. i> s The Stewaril of the above Institution is a man ot undoubted integrity, well known in the neighborhood of Philadelphia, and would be pleased to give any inlorma tion in re lilt ion to the above euse. fcT Remember Dr. SWAYNE'S Office,N. \\ . corner of 8th and Race street, Philadelphia- , Bk Cautious to ask for the original I)r. S waync s Com pound, Syrup of Wild Chirry, ? all other ,?rat??? trom this valuable tree are fictitious and counteifeit. Pre pared only by Dr. Swayne, whose office has been re moved to the N. W. Comer of 8th and Race streets, 1 hil udelphia. AGENTS It FARN HAM, Washington, D. C.; G. M. SO PHO RON, Georgetown, D. C.; W VI STABLtR A exai.drm; [) C ; Toy & Cormick. Norfolk, Va.; v; ? Davis No. 251 Baltimore st.. Rev. Isaac P. Cook, No. f> Baltimore st., and Stabler & Canby, Pratt st. J\horf, Bait.; I'. M. Cohen <Sr ( o. ( harlesion, S. C., I e>^JU Johnson, Richmond, Va.; Luther C. White, Shiptiev & Wheller, St. Augustine, Fa., J. S. Morns ? Co.! Louisville, Ky.; Seth \Y. Roberts, Water ?i. Mobile, . - eeiHo-om Alabama. T> GIRLHOOD AND WOMANHOOD. I )Y the author of Woman in America.?1 his work I Ls intended to show the effects of a right training ol the mind. The pictures are diawn from human nature, and exhibit varieties of female character as seen in childhood, and followed by ? full dc\elop mcnt in womanhood. Just published and forsale at lhjeI|2-kSt0ie ? Corner of 11th st. and Penn. av. QENTLEMJMTS FURNISHING AR TICLES. "ITTEhave received from Philadelphia an ex en VV tensive invoice of Wearing Apparel, tobcsoUl cheaper than ever-for instance: Shirts, with linen bosoms and wristbands, for 81) cents, Do super with long bosoms and Byron collars, su - able for summer wear, lor 61 85-jujf the same arn cle they ask you #2 511 for m other diggins , per do all linen, for *3 ! What! all linen, for $3? I Why, they charge $5 elsewhere?they must bes com ! mon and coarse. No, they a.nt, c.thor-cal1 and | see-they speaK for themselves Bosoms, for 12,, 18 \ 25, 37.',, and 30 cents; Collars, at 1-., 18,, an 25 cents, worth 50 cents ; Do. super do. French, at 1 r?1 -md 50 cents. Summer Stocks, ce.tus io'rth 75 cents. Black Italian gift CW-jB.tejm, Gloves, and Hosiery, with a large assortment of Sum mcr Clothing at Northern pnc.s. [g & H(JNT I mav9 Pcnn. avenue, near 11th_ st. mHbT^NlT^^Cm^ 6' ,"DTheCTe7t' _L just received. Also, on hand . No. ? ' or parties tried by their acts ; No. 2. I he ^urrencj , No. 3. The Tariff; Ne. 4. Life of Henry CHay, No. 5 Political Abolition. , ? . NOTICE.?Committees, clubs, and all persons de sirous of obtaining these tracts, are.requested to scna their orders with remittance to R. 1; ARNHAM,cor tier of 11th street and Pennsylvania aX?"uc' , Ineton or to GREELY & McELRATH, Tribune ollce, New York, who will promptly forward thetn to any part of the Union, as may be d'^d- He mittances by mail, post paid or free, at the r'sk arc. authorized by law to uok.; jan 3o" " Bookseller. cor.lUli st. and Penn. Av. THE AGE OF BRASS, OR THE FUJI n dynasty. Containing the political morals of certain political characters fa satire in six cantos, by Nobody No thing of Nowhere, a member ol the Younfe Mens Whig Convention, 1840. Price 12!. cents. Just re rCmayCJ\and ^ ^ ^ R> *'ARN,IAIVl MANESCA'S FRENCH COURSE, an Oral Sys 1VJ tein of Teaching Living Languages, i lustra ed by a practical course of lesions in the J rench through the medium of the English, by Jean Maiicsca, lottiUi edition, revised. For sale by R FARNHAM, corner 11th street and Pcnn. av. Where may be found all the French School books now in use, and sold at very low prices. ^ THE PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED W STATES. . ITH NOTICES of other portion ?; of America, by S G- Goodrich, author of Peter Parley's Tales, for the use of schools. The main purpose or the work is to furnish a full, accurate, and just history of the Western Continent, which may attract and render this subject a common school study throughout the land While, therefore, it is full, in point of matter, it is so arranged as to be easily mastered by he pupil and without excessive demands upon the attention ol the teacher. It will be remarked that the work is largely illustrated with engravings ol scenes and in cidents together with port.aiU, plans, and maps, de signed to convey correct ideas of men and things, and ?it the same time taking care that the history shall be studied with accurate pographical notions. Also THE PICTORIAL HIS TORY of FRANCE, nnon the same plan, and by the same author. lust received and lor sale ailh?.Bu??kHa"dMbtat,0n' Craiig?>rC (>t Corner 11th st. and Penn. av. aug* ?? n BIN TING AND WRITING PAPERS of every f quality and size made to order, an< Hold -t n.an ufaeturers' prices. 11 ? * A,v. ? ' corner II th ?t. and Penn. ar. Every Man his own Physician fl y JJYOTT'S III Family Medicuits CHEST. I :r mOTT'S FAMILY MEDICINE CHESTS, containing Hie Sixteen Standard Preparations, of which T. VV. DYOTT, M. I)., is sole proprietor. Chest No. 1, contains a? follows, with full direction! for using attached to each article, viz.: 12 boxes Dyott's Anti-Bilious Pills,. ... 25 #3 00 fl Maliy's Plaster Cloth, small size, ... 25 1 50 2 Maliy's Plaster Cloth, middle size, ... 50 1 00 1 Maliy's Plaster Cloth, large size, ... 1 00 2 Robertson's Elixir of Health, .... I 50 3 00 2 Robertson's Veg. Nervous Cordial, 1 50 3 00 1 Godbold's Veg. Balm of Life, 1 00 2 Robertson's Gout and Rheu. Drops . 2 00 4 00 2 Robertson's Stomachic bitters, ... 1 00 2 00 2 Dyott's Veg. Tonic. Bitters, .... 1 00 2 00 2 Dyott's Veg. Purg. Compound. ... 1 00 2 00 3 Dyott's Circassian Eye Water 25 75 2 Vieker's Tetter Ointment, 37i 75 1 Tissot's Rheumatic Drops, 2 00 2 Vieker's Embrocation, 25 50 2 Robertson's Worm Destroying Lozenges 50 1 00 2 Dyott's Toothache Drops 25 50 2 Dyott's Patent Itch Ointment, .... 50 1 00 The whole amounting to <f!30 00 Disct. for (.'ash, 33J, making Cheat No. 1, . . . $20 00 Contents twice the above in Chest No. 2, . . . 40 00 Contents three times the above in No. 3, . . (50 00 Remember these are the Forty Years tested Medical Preparations. In the contents of each Medicine Chest will be found a remedy for every disease which the human body is subject to. It is for these, and these only, that we hold ourselves accountable for the performance of that for which they are set forth ; and 6o highly pa tronized and recommended by all classes of our fellow citizens; and in case of failure, where they are used agreeably to the directions, the money will he returned kv applying at the Fountain Head. No. 132 North Second Street, Philadelphia. T. W. DYOTT & SONS. o> For further particulars, see Dyott's Oracle or lie vlth. Copies of which ran be had cratis, by apply ing at the office, No. 133 NORTH SECOND Street, or of such persons as keep the above medicines for sale. Each article to be had separate. For sale, in Wrbhjngton, at the Bookstore of R. FARN HAM, corner of 11th street ami Pennsylvania avenue, uml at the most reepectable drug stores in the District. nov 2 COME AND SEE, AND JIWGF. FOR YOUR & SELVES, At the nfw yokk commission store, Pennsylvania avenue, a few doors eas of t 'olemnn's Na tional Hotel, where you will find a large and handsome assortment of all kinds of goods, which iiave been select ed with great care in Now York lor cash, which vve will sell at prices exactly to suit the times. We name in port Coats, Pantaloons, and Vests, ai all prices ; black Italian and Fancy Silk Cravats cheap, silk, satin, and oiiier Scarfs very low, pocket I land kerehiels, satin 1'ies, Stocks of all kinds at great bargains. Shirts. Collars, and^Bosoms cheap, Gum Suspenders of all kinds from 12? toTScents, Gloves of all kinds and prices, men's cotton half Hose, Velvet, Cloth, and Glazed Caps, very low. Mahogany, Rosewood, and oiliet fancy Workboxes, limey Soaps o. every kind, superior Kazors, tab'e Cloths, Knives and Forks, very low, Britannia tea and table Spoons, c rying Knives and Forks, cheap, Rosewood and Aluple writing Desks, steel Pens by the gross, Blacking by the dozen, superior brass anil woodwork Clocks by the case or other wise, double and single barrel Guns, very cheap, ladies' line gold Pencils, Oncra Glasses, fine quarto Bibles, &e. and all kinds of goods usually found in such a:i establish ment, not necessary to mention. To persons wanting any gooes in our line, they will do well to call before purchasing elsewhere, as vve are determined to sell ut the lowest New York prices, and no mistake. ^ qctia LEWIS & HUNT. W IS! Eli CLOTHING AT FIVE I'l.K CENT \ 1'HO FIT! jfxT WM. MARSHALL'S old established stores lor Bargains! 1,001) Coats 1,000 Pair of Pants 1,000 Vests I have now on hand the largest and handsomest assort ment of Fashionable Clothing ever offered in this city, which I will sell lor cash, at ;> per cent profit. The goods having been all bought lor cash, in New \ork, at great sacrifices, enables me to offer them at such low prices as scarcely to be credited without examining for yourselves I am selling Coats and Punts for about the samo price you would Imve lo pay for the cloth at retail, by winch means you will save the making. Also, a large and handsome assortment of Gentlemen's articles, viz ? Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, Suspenders, Scarts, Stocks, Gioves, Socks, Cops,<tc. Aic. Also, a large and handsome assortment of fine English and French Cloths and Cassimeres, Stilt and Satin Vest nigs, rich Cut Silk Vesting*, latest style. With a good assortment of figured and plain Beaver and Pilot clotus, for over coats, all of which 1 win make to order, for the same price as ihe Clothing sold out of my store. The fit and the material warranted, with the best workmanship, and cut in the most fashionable style hv the best cutters m the I luted States. V\ .M. .MAS! I ALLS Auction and Commission Store. Pennsylvania ave nue, between 9ih and 10th streets, and at my t ailoring Establishment, 8 doors east of Coleman's (late Gadsby's) Hotel,corner of the alley leading to Walker Kimmel s stables. octl j TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS. ___ O MEMBERS OF CONGftESd AM) PER SONS TRAVELLING.?1 have on hand a large and handsome assortment of leather travelling trunks, which 1 will sell at a very reduced price. They arcol the first quality of materials and workmanship, and about twenty live per cent, less than any other store in the city.'1 Persons will do well to call and examine my assortment belore purchasing elsewhere. WM. MARSHALL, Auction and Commission Store, Pennsylvania ave nue, between 0th and 10th streets. June 18-ot CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER. HAVING removed to the house lately occupied by .Ambrose Lynch, E q. the subscriber is prepared to execute all work in the Cabinet lino, lie is pre pared in every way for Undertaking, having Cooling Boards and Ice Coolers, which are necessary at this season of the year to prevent unpleasant sine.I. tie lias Biers and Palls lor carrying. I Icatses and Carri ages furnished at a short notice, U is his inteution to keep on hand a number oi ready-made Coffins ol all sizes and qualities lor those who may require im mediate interment His establishment can easily be found by inquiring for the sign of the ' Hrst and Last," ilh street, botweeu G and II streets, near the Patent Office. jj 23 PETER CALLAN. T TC0.1L I COAL!! COAL!!! HE SUBSCRIBERS have now on hand, and will continue to receivc, a superior article of ANTHRA CITE COAL from John L. Butler & Co. This coal is mined near Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, and is known in this city as the celebrated Butler Coal, which has been highly recommended by all who have used it, as will he seen by the highly respectable cer tificates annexed : I used coal lut>t winter, which I purchased of Meiers. John Pettibone &. Co., and it gave entile satisfaction. YV. VV. S EATON. Patent Office, May 31, 1844. Gentlemen : The Coal that you furnished for the Patent Office during this last spring provod very excellent; and I used the same kind which was delivered at my house. It proved in both cases highly satisfactory. H. L. ELLSWORTH. Messrs. J. Pettibone & Co., Washington. Office Secretary Senate, Juno 1,184*. Messrs Pcttiboue & Co. furnished a small quantu.^ oi Coal for the furnaces of the north portion of the Capitol, and it w as reported to be of a good quality. They also furnished at a reasonable price for my own private use, during the last winter, several tons of tho same kind of Coal, and 1 was entirely satisfied with it, finding but little dust from its use, and but little else remainingtnan ashes, there being scarcely any clinker left. W. HICKEY. Washington, June25th, 1844. Gentlemen : Having used your Coal, I can cheerfully recommend it as being of superior quality for easy ignition and culinary purposes. Respectfully, J. Pettibone & Co. WM SKIRV1NG May 31, 1844. I purchased Butler Coal from John Pettibone & Co. last fall and found it a very suporior article. W. LENOX. May 25, 1844. I purchased last year, from Messrs. John Pettibone Co., what he called the Butler Coal. I never used a finer arlicle of fuel. When I can find the Butler Coal, 1 shall not inquire for any other kind, for I am persuaded there is none better. JAMES HOBaN. Daavili.e, Penn. August 2, 1843. I have bought of Messrs. Butler & Co some hundred tons of their Anthracite Coal, and sold lo persons for dif ferent uses, and used considerable of it myself. For burning in stoves and grates, I do pronounce it as good Coal as I ever have made use of; and every person to whom I have sold the Coal say they have never used anything they liked better. JOHN C. GRIER. We can produco many other certificates in accord ance with the above. J. PETTIBONE &. Co. N. B. Peraons who want their Coal low, will please send in their orders immediately, as it will ad vance in price, owing to the great demand for manu facturing purposes. We can furnish at short notice any quantity of Hickory, Oak, and Pine Wood, at a small advance, for cash. Orders received by William Harrover, Grate and Stove manufacturer, 7ih street, and Jaines Skiiving, Stove and Grate manufacturer, 10th street, Washing ton city. Those who find it inconvenient to call in person, by sending their orders through the Post office will be punctually attended to, or at our ollicc on 14th street, near the canal, by the subscribors. augl3 JOHN PETTIBONE & Co. R~ SCHOOL BOOKSt $i. . FARNHAM, corner of 1 Ith s'reel and Pennsyl vania avenue, would invite the attention of booksellers, country merchants, teachers and others, to his slock of School Books, <Vc. at very reduced prices. All of the most popular school books, nanmd below, aro constantly on hand. Others, not on hand, if ordered will be prompt ly procured, provided they are to be found. GEOGRAPHIES : Mitchell, Olney, Worcester, Par ley, Malte Brun, Burritt, Woodbridge, Willard, <fcc. GRAM .VIARS : Smith, Murray, Cowley, Levizac, Bol mar, Gould. Adams, Kirkham, Cleaveland, Callot, An drews Sloddard, Goodrich, Greer, Frost, Fish, Algier, &.C. RFADING BOOKS: Pierpont, Worcester, Blake, Sandors, Lovell, Emerson. Ray, Murray, Cobb, Abbott, Miss Bobbins, Miss Tuthill, Goodrich, Sigourney, <fec. SPELLING BOOKS: Webster, Emerson, Town, Gallaudeit, Sanders, Bontley, Pickct, Cobb, Hazen, Par ley, Com ley, &c. PHILOSOPHIES: Blake, Comstock, Swift, Gale, Olmstead, Phelps, Jones, Parker, Aborcrombie, Way land, &c. ARITHMETICS: Smith, Einorson, Leannrd,Colburn' Davies, Cobb, Parley, Adams, Welsh, Pike, &e. CHEMISTRIES: Comstock, Blake, Bock, Jones, Lin coln, 1'urncr, Phelps. HISTORIES: Parley, Frost, Grimshaw, Goodrich, Hale, Pennock, Goldsmith, Tytlor, Bobbins, Robinson, Willard, &c. < ASTRONOMIES: Burritt, Guy, Olmstead, Blake, Whitwell, &c. Also,on the best terms, the Book of Common Prayer, of all sizes and styles; quarto and small Bibles; juvenile books of the best character; togeihcr wilh the books of the American Sunday School Union and tho Episcopal Sun day School l.'nioii. Also, Blank-books, Paper, Ink, Slates. Quills, and the greatest variety of Steel Pens to be found in this country, at wholesale and retail. ocllO ATT TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. X\ E would hereby inform all persons interested, that we ore milking up h superior lot of fashionable FALL and WiNTliK. CLOTHING, of the most approved styles ulid workmanship, and will guaranty to sell 5 per cent, cheaper than any oilier establishment in the District.? Although we have not 1,0U0 piece* of this and 1,1)00 do. of another left over for seasons, we still have, and will keep, a pood assortment of fashionable Overcoats, Dress and Frock Coats, Vests, and Funis, of all kinds. Also.an assortment of Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Drawers, Under shirts, line silk and satin Scarfs and Ties, Gloves, Sus penders, <8sc., at our auction storo, Pennsylvania Avenue, near lltli street. LEWIS At HU.V1, Auctioneers. N. B. 1 take this method to inform all my old custom ers and the public, that I have made an engagement to superintend the clothing department lor Messrs. Lewis At Hunt, and pledge myself tli.it all their clothing shall bo made well and hi good style. 1 would return my thanks to my old customer-, and ask the continuance of their favors at Lewis At Hunt's, where they will be attended to as heretofore, Centlsmen wishing to furnish their own goods run have them made and trimmed in stylo and at low prices, warranted to (it. EVAN HUGHES, At Lewis A-. Hunt's Auction Store, oct 31 Fenn. Avenue, near 11th street. rp ,1T IT JGaIx. X HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has reopened at the old stand, and has just received a large assortment of prime Havana and Principe Scgars, best Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuti's, &.c. all of which were selected in New York with great care, and are conj tidently recommended as being equal to any now in the country. Gentlemen in want of good Cigars can rely on getting the genuine article by calling at the "CIGAR DIVAN," Pennsylvania avenue, between 4} and tith streets. J. M. DORSET!'. Dthe cash system. RY GOODS! DRY GOODS !! DRY GOODS!!! A great reduction in prices !?143 packages splendid Fall Coods just received at reduced priced, for cash only, at HALL <fe BROTHER'S opposite Centre Market, be tween 7th and 8th sts. We have now BOtiramenced the cash business, and liave reduced the prices of Dry Goods to a much lower standard than lias ever before been fixed upon the same quality in this market. Our ntock consists, in part, of: 25 pieces rich fall Silks, at 62 conts 25 do extra do at 75 cents and 91 22 do black and blue black Silk, very cheap ALPACCAS AND BOMBASINS 15 piece* fine black and colored Alpaeeas, at 45 cts. 75 do superfine black and colored Alpaccas, at5<), 62, 75 cents, and $ 1 30 do stripe black and blue black, at 50 and 62 cts. 45 do Bombasine, exceedingly cheap MOUSSE LINES DE LAINE, CASHMERE D'E COSSE, AND CRAPE DE SOIE. 60 pieccs changeable Moussclines do Laine, at 20 eta. 150 do extra rich do do at 31,37, 50, and 62 cent* 135 do rich Cashmere d'Ecosse, at 37,50,62, 75, J1 SHAWLS. 20 8-4 rich embroidered Thibet Shawls 20 8-4 plain Thibot Shawls, with silk fringes 20 8-4 black and colored Silk Shawls GINGHAMS. 50 piece? Manchester Ginghams, cheap LINENCAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, KID GLOVES, AND HOSIERY 85 dozen ladies' Linencambric Hdkfs. at 12 cents 65 do superfine do at 25 cents 35 do hemstitched do at 50, 62, and 75 cents 30 do ladies'Kid G'oves, at 37, 50, and 62 cents 65 do do black and white Cotton Hose, very fine, at 12 cents 75 do ladies' superfine black and white do at 18 and 25 cents 10G do ladies'Cashmere ribbed and plain do at 25, 37, 50, and 62 cents WHITE GOODS. 35 pieccs lino white Cambrics, at 20 and 25 cents 60 do superfine do do at 31 and 37 do 20 do fine Swiss Muslins, at 31, 37, and 50 do LINEN GOODS. 100 pieces Irish Linens, at 31, 37, and 50 cents 45 do table Diapers, at 50 and 62 do 100 do 3 4 fine Hcckaback Diapers, at 16 do 150 do Crash, at 6,8, and 10 cants FLANNELS AND CASS1NLTS. 500 pieces Cassinets, at 37, 50, 62, and 75 cewts 200 do Flannels, at 25, 31, and 37 cents DOMESTIC GOODS. 8,000 yards 4 4 heavy brown Cottons, at 6 cents 5,000 do 3 4 bleached do do (1,000 vlu !>c-i tj utility- A'a. 7 8 No. 1 Osnnfotirg, 10 cts. 5,0(10 do Calico, good quality, at 6 rents 8,000 do superfine Chintz Calico, at 10 and 12 cents 2,000 do plaid penitentiary Cottons, very cheap 5,000 do Full Cloths 2,000 do Negro Blankets CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES, AND VESTINGS. 75 pieccs extra fine black, blue, olive, and invisible green Cloths 100 do Cassinieres, extra fine, plain, plaid, striped 65 do Voslings, satins, velvets, ami eashmeres Which we will have made up to order by one of the best Tailors the country can produce : fits guarantied in all caseb. A LIST OF PRICES. Fine dress coat, black cloth and other colored cloths $16 Superfine dress coat, do do do 18 Drees coat, best West of England and French Cloths, lined through with silk, Ijom $22 to 25 PanLs of fine black Cassimcro 5 Pants of superfino do 7 Pants of stripe and plaid $5, 6, 7 Black satin vest* 4 do do bostquality 5 Velvet vests , 5 250 gentlemen'* Silk Handkerchief* 20 dozon do Gloves 30 do t-alin and bombasin Stock* 20 do black lustring and other Cravats. AH those who want good and cheap goods will please favor ua with a call. We pledgo ourselves to sell good* cheaper than any other merchant in the Disirict. ?ep24 HALL BROTHER. VEM TLLY BLINDS! VEJflTMA' BLLVPS ' WILLIAM NOELL, thankful for past favors, begs leave most respectfully to inform his former customers and the public generally, that ho still con tinues to manufacture all kinds of INSIDE VEN1 T1AN BLINDS, all colors and sizes, suitable for public and private edifices. Also, painted Window Shades, dilicrent patterns and prices; Linen and com mon Curtains, furnished to order; FANCY BLINDS, all 3izes and very clicap, and everything appertaining to screening windows. Worsted Cord, Tassels and Bindings, ail colors. VV. N. would say to all those who are in want of any of the above articles, just to give him a call and they shall be accommodated Old Blinds repainted and repaired, and all orders thankfully received and Sromptly attended to. Call at the sign of tho MAM lOTH BLIND, between 12th and 13th streets, south side of Pennsylvania avenue. jel 1-tf F BOOKS: BOOKS! BOOKS! REDERICK the Great and his Times, by Tho mas Campbell; Anthon's Classical Dictionary; Ler erelt's and Doncgon's Lexicon*; Jean Manesca's French Cour.-e; Anthon's ai d Jacob'# Greek Read er j Anthon's Caesar, Sallust, and a large assortment of classical works; Jay's Morning and Evening; Ex ercises, Bishop Ives's Manual of Prayer; Bicker stett's, Thornton's, and other family Prayer Books ; a large assortment of Bibles aud Episcopal Prayer Books, elegantly bound in Turkey, Morocco, and other binding; Methodist Hymn Books and Pious Songs; Catholic Prayer Books, elegantly bound id Turkey, Morocco, imitation binding, gill, also in plain sheep binding; Doway Bible* and Testaments; the Explanation of the Mass ; the Way of the Cross ; Sinner's Guide ; Elevation of the Soul, and other de votional works, Rosaries, and Prayer Pictures. For sale at GARRET ANDERSON'S, may 21-tf Penn. av., btw 11th and 12th streets j HENRY CLAY KNIVES? tl UST received, a very superior lot of Pearl and Buck Penknives, of the llcnry Clay pattern. Also, a general assortment of fine Cutlery, such an Razors, Penknives, Scissors, Erasers, &c., together with fancy and staple Stationery in the greatest va riety, and at the lowest prices. For sale by WM. F. BAYLY-, Stationer, may 1- Ponn. av. btw. 11th & 13th atresia.