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J EVENING STAR.
Office of the ??Daily Evening Star," 6th ^.onthofPen^Bvenne. Weekly Calendar. pSCDIBKa. T" ?ui?i*y Monday W _ l.u ..... 8UX. RISES. ,4 UM Wedne? lay k Thursday Friday iaturJay ? 7.24 7.24 7.24 7.26 7.25 7.2A 7.25 SETS. 4.36 436 436 4.35 435 4.35 4.35 MOOIfmiUB. 6.17 7.22 8.29 936 1040 11.40 morn. William Tucker, with such as ?met ? he may employ, it authorized to re ',r> subscribers and advertisements for the . r^y E rrxxng Star." Mr. Tucker mil wait txn the citizens for their patronage, and should & encouragement already given the paper be ex v, >i H* publication will be made permanent. ur Burns will wait on the citizens of George Vtn. fj- TYrtmt wishing to be served with the " Eve.vtvq ;,4i- r U leave their names and address at James Kelly's Jrffd, A. Tate * noir ll?/i strtet, John Mt'ls't Brown's fytr!. or at J<>* Shit ingtrm'* Odenn Building. " jitcertueMen/* can be I'ft at the above places. Local Affairs* j?~In this page we intend to publish the of discount, prepared by one of our inkers, list of different arrivals, and the ,-iteof the flour and produce market, as well a the latest telegraph despatches. jjgf The paper we issued a few days ago i,vi a Ml' too much margin?this has not oaite enough. We hope to rectify all defects in subsequent publications. jiaf Our Courts are sitting, but the busi es with which they are engaged is not of a wy interesting character. There are cases t; be tried in the Criminal Court which will sffvnl material for discussion among outside j .rori. EST We learn that J. B. Bensel, esq., the zpntlemanly Treasurer of the National Thea tre, is about to leave our city to enter upon another and a different field of labor?that of Deputy Sheriff of New York city. Mr. B. Trill take with him the confidence of his numerous friends here on his departure and the best wishes for his future welfare. 1 taring the short stay of Mr. B. amongst us, le has, by his uniformly polite and gentle manly deportment gathered around him a '. irge circle of friends by whom his absent will be regretted. C^The acts pasted by the Councils rela ting to the firemen and their apparatus seem to have given offence to s-'me of the compa nies. What part of the law is objectionable we are unable to say, as we have not seen a enpy of it; but we will endeavor to obtain one and lay it before our readers as early as ju-sible. 5^ Our city is well supplied with amuse B?nt, and strangers need not suffer with tie blues" for want of it. The National Theatre is filled nightly with Ivluiirers of the Ballet. Alboni met with a r;~M reception on Tuesday night. We hear ' .hat the 44 Infant Drummer" who is still going ?a ?? four years old," is in the city, but what V.wl of houses he delights, or whether he de V.jhts any, we cannot say. In addition to ? "array of talent," we have some Fairs l going on where those who feel disposed to be writable sometimes attend and find amuse fcetit io assisting those who assist the poor. S&* If you want to get good and desirable \v ponds, groceries, clothing, &e., look ;-r the advertisements in <*ur columns to-day. fooT W e have worked off a large edition of i-j paper, and shall keep some in reserve, r -4 rihers who do not receive their paper * P ease let us know, as the routes are new 'be carriers. man thnt now-a days will writs AiiJ not pre-pay bis leit*r, I' *?r?r tlun tbe l.?-athens are, ^ hat don't know any better; '? ?1 if you take a fine tooth comb, And rake down u all creation," 1 ""ouldu t find a meaner man >n thi< h?'re mighty nation." STOVES' STOVES! i " ' l at his stor* on II, between Gth ( 114 ? U ?Kvet*. a tine ai*?ortun*ut of :*TO^ i<S, UN* ' t?> ?hM-h particular attention is called. * * ?o i>r?*pui?rd to execute auv WL*?t ia hi* line [%iam dec 16 CLOVES! GL9VES! GLOVES! K ^ ^UiE 11 has now a sto?k of Ladies' and gen [' t f" -VKid ami all kind* of tlloves, in all colors n?iic..cf Baku's make, with our stamp in them. Combs! Combs! Combs! \ xr- dutiful assortment of Vt ri* Shell and Buffalo English Horn, Buffal'.sfcd sbell dreaa t " tevtli Comb?. * I [air Brushes!! Hair Brushes! ! '? 'L' Aau-rioan and French Hair Brushes in 100j Tooib and nail Brushes in great vari ***? ?e?p. rjwfry; Perfumery ! ! rerfumery ! ! > fu.ni pvrrv flower that blossoms, at 50 k " HfHi tiennan co ogne. very line fr**h cold. : **? mu*k. Low's brown Windsor Wathing Soap* Shaving Materials. | ? line webavetsken prcat pains to haT? at L SharinG Crum. and Military fchaving ^ a K H vrni7/i,aaa muuury I :r r 10 department of our tride we par ^ ?** -he attention of gentlemen who shave ap,KER s Fancy and Perfume Store, Int Under National Hotel. shall be r-jeeivicg ourstfjck for " ? ? ? dee lb HOME. Home'? not merely four square wall*, Though with pictures hang and gilded; Home is where affection calls? Filled with shrines the heart hath builded; Home!?go watch the faithful dove, Sailing 'neath the beaten above us; Home is where there's ono to lovel Home is where theie's one to lore us! Home's not merely roof and room; It needs something to endear it; Home is where the heart can bloom; Where there's some lip tr> cbeer it; What is home, with none to meet ? None to welcome, none to greet us? Home is sweet?and only sweet? Where there's one we lore to meet ust Habit.?"I trust everything, under God," said Lord Brougham, 44 to habit, upon which in all ages, the law-giver as well as the school master has mainly placed his reliance; habit, which makes everything easy, and casts all difficulties upon a deviation from a wonted course. Make sobriety a habit, and intem perance will be hateful; make prudence a habit, and reckless profligacy will be as con trary to the child, grown or adult, as the most atrocious crimes are to any of your lord ships. Give a child the habit of sacredly re garding truth; of carefully respecting the property of others; of scrupulously abstain ing from all acts of improvidence which in volve him in distress, and he will just as like ly think of rushing into an element in which he cannot breathe, as of lying, or cheating, or stealing." It may be well for some of our thea tre and concert-going people to consider how fashionable they are, according to the exist ing standard of fashion. The Home Journal (ever au fait in all matters pertaining to fash ion,) it may be interest to our lady readers to know, announces that "throwing boquets up on the stage" is now pronounced not the thing " by those whose example, in such mat ters, is law. It has been overdone, not by the public, the editor thinks, but by the profes sional ovation-stimulators. Then, as to opera-glasses, Mr. Willis says; 44 the time was when the display of one in our cou cert rooms was something like, in its effect upon the spectators, an order of nobility. The time is, when to be without one is a sort of distinction." Then again, as to bonnets and head-dresses, what our oracle says should be heard, and respected by all who are anx ious to keep within the mystic circle of the 44 exacting goddess." 44 The time was," we are told, 44when all the ladies at a grand con cert, or in the boxes of a theatre, were in full dress." The time is, when bonnets are in (on) the majority. Lyon, of New YorK, is somewhat of a lion among bugs. Read his advertisement in the Tribune : 'Oft ii the stilly night, Ere slumber^chains have bound me, The Ix-dbi'go and the roactie* have . n thousands come around nit?; In rain I'd t irn, I couldn't sli-ep, The rack I seemed t? lie on, Till I killed tbeni all, botd gr atand smill. With lowder bought of Lyon. No. 4J4 lWiuwav. Headdresses, lace, and fan cy Cap*.?I have just received t'ro*n th* Nortn a new aud eiioice assortment of the above articles, which 1 invite toe ladies to call and examine? Fine Cbin-de Head Dresses Luce Coiffu^r Caps M >ry S?e vart Caps Opera and Fancy Caps A. TATE, Age-'t, d<* 15 Penn. eve. btw. 10th and 11th sts. 1 RICH FURSFOR LADIES. 'ODD Sl CO. particularly iuvite the attention of . the ladies of the Metropolis and vicinity, to th ir rich and valuable stock of FUK 0"H)I>S. The assort meut comprises th* richest and finest descriptions of? KOYAL ERMINE, HUDSON'S DAY SABLES, BAUM AND STONE MARTIN. F TCI1 MARTIN, CHINCHILLA. CANADIAN MINK. BLACK LYNX: In fact every article in the trade recognized by taste and fashion, are beautifully repr-sented at thfir Sales Rooms, and sold at satisfactory prices, at Brown's Mar ble Building. Pennsylvania avenue. dec 16 ALL HAIL! ALL HAIL!! WC. CHOtTE HAS LATBLY DISCOVERED a an all-healing SALNE, which wil cure Corns, Bunious. Warts, Ac., Ac. The remedy is safe and sure. No canterizing substance is used. Residence 4*^ street, one house north of Pennsylva nia avenue. Pec 16 PARKER'SF AN CY STORE. ACARD.?Havingjust returned home with the largest assortment of USEFUL AND FANCY AR TICLE8 ever opened in "Washington city, we invite our customers to look at our stock, as we can now afford them at twenty five per cent.less than former prices, as we now import most of our best goods direct. Our Extr.-cts we can now afford to sell at ffty cents per bottle?former prices, seventy five cents; our Gloves, Razors, and Razor Straps,. nd shaving material, also are manufactured for our trade, and need no praise from us. ?s the public already know tht-m. Our Toil ette article* gener all v are unsurpassed, and our prices have been grea ly reduced. l'ARKERS'S Fancy and Perfumery Store, dec 16 und<-r National Hotel. SHAWLS OF EVERY KIND. WE have this day received the following, which we are determined to sell cheaper than the same :an be bought here or elsewhere: 120 Bay fctate und Waterlett Mills long" Shawls, from $1,50 to $15. 100 square Shawls, all prices 250 Terkary, Cashmere, and printed Shawls, all prices 20 Cashmere long Shawls, very superior and cheap 75 Crape 8hawls, plain and embroidered, white and colored. YERBY A MILLER, corner of 7th street and Penn. avenue, dec 16 Miss Dermott's New Building. AD1E8' CLOAKS AND CAPKf?, with~a splendid assortment of Cloak Cloths, and all the various shades, Wide Mantilla Velvets, Brochv Crape, Bay State, and Printed Cashmere Sha wis, just received attbe Dry (iood.Store of MAXWELL. SEARS * COLLEY, dec 4 Penn av, between9tn and 10th sts. M. T. PARKER, " House and Sign Painter and Glazier* RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public generally, that he is prepared to execute woi k in bis profession as punctually an 1 at as reasonable rates as It can be done in Washington. Orders left at his room on Louisiana avenue, between 6tb and 7th sts , or at hie residence on C street, rea ? of bis room.! wjll rer^iee pfwpt ?ttwHon. dec 14 Advantage* of Advertising. The New York Tribune thus sets forth the advantages of making one's wants known by advertisements in a newspaper: 44 If you want a house, there is no need of running all over the city, incommoding hun dreds of families by a long list of questions, i or by overrunning their rooms. If you want a house, write a brief description of such a one as you would like, and advertise it You will not wait long before the house will come to you ; and thus you will save time, strength, and annoyance to yourself and others. ?4 If you have a house to let, a bill at the door may be seen by a hundred persons in a day; an advertisement in the Tribune will be seen in the same period by a hundred thou and. Therefore, advertise; for nine out of ten who want houses search the newspapers first. 44 If you want a servant, advertise just as you would for a house, stating what qualifica tions you require, etc. Then, instead of hunting through the town, and getting a poor stick at last, you may sit still, and select from those who will call upon you, the very one you wanted. 44 If you want a place as servant, apprentice, or journeyman, don't wander day after day from house to house and shop to shop, bur, for the mere trifle charged for such notices, tell the whole world what you can do, and where you can be found. Your days of idle ness will soon be numbered. Men don't go about hunting up laborers; they look in the papers, and save themselves the time and the trouble of travel. 44 If you want board, you need not stop at a hundred deors to be told that they are full, or climb uncounted stairs to find that the rooms don't suit. Advertise; tell what rooms and prices and location you desire, aud the next day open your auswers and take choice of a dozen first-rate places. 44 Those who want boarders scarcely need advice ; they have long since ceased to depend upon friendly recommendations and door piates; but they might improve in their notices by more particular explanation of their accom modations, prices, etc. 44 If you wish to sell more goods this year than you ever did before, advertise more. The unparalleled success of those merchants and traders who have kept their names aud their goods before the people, is a lesson not to be disregarded by any one who depends upon public patronage tor a living. TLe best cus tomers are those who find out what they want before they leave home, and these are the ones who invariably look in the newspaper to see where the article is to be found. 44 If you want a steamboat or a poodle dog, a thousand laborers or an errant boy; if you want anything whatever that you do not know just where to tiud, or do not choose to run after, advertise your wants, and ninety-nine times in a hundied you will be gladly terved at your door, far cheaper and better than by any other known process. " The daily newspaper is the estallis'ied me dium of exchange between mind in d mind in regard to nearly all the wauts of lne, and its usefulness is extending among all classes with snrprising rapidity. Everybody reads the morning paper, from the millionaire over his cott'ee, to the African who has just pol ished his honor's boots?and no part of the paper gives so fiesh, varied, and comprehen sive pictures of the city and the uge as the advertisements." Anecdote of Finn.?Finn was once a wit ness for the prosecution in a case before the Common Pleas of Boston, and his testimony was so direct and conclusive, that a couusel for the defence thought it necessary to dis credit him. The fallowing dialogue ensued : 44 Mr. Finn, you live in street, do you?" 44 Yes?I do." 44 Ilave you lived there a great while?" 44 Several years." 44 Does not a female live there under your protection?" 44 There does." 44 Does she bear your name ?" 44 She is certainly known in the neighbor hood by the name of Mrs. Finn." 44Is she your wife?" 44No: we were never legally married." 44 That will do sir. I have nothing more to ask." 44 But I have something more to answer, sir," replied Mr. Finn, with spirit. 44 The Mrs. Fiun of whom you have been pleased to speak with such levity, is my mother?and I have known but one man base enough to breathe aught against her. You, sir, can guess who he is. True, she is under my protection. She protected me through my infancy and childhood, and it is but paying a small portion of the debt I owe her, to do as much for her in her old age." The baffled counsel had not another word to say.?Botton Bee. Embroideries.?i wi-h to call the atten tion ot' the ladies to my stock ef the ab vve good*, wmch will compare with any*in the city in style and price? Lace and Muslin Chemisettes Do do Collars Do do Sleeves Muslin Caps and Cuffs Cambric Chemisettes and S'eeve* Do Collars and Caps A?TATE, Agent. A new and splendid assortment of Mouminy Good*. dec 4? HfeNBY KUHL RESPECTFULLY inform* his patrons and the pub lic, that his NEW RESTAUR ANT is now open, aud he will endearor to keep every article that his custo mers may desire, of the best quality. Oysters in every style, soups, tc , Ac. at all hours. The Bar is supplied with the most approved brands of Wine*, Liquors, and Cigars. Soups and Oysters supplied to families. dec 4 Penn. At. north side, bet. 12th k IJth sts. DR. D A R z E~T TI'? JUNO COKPIAL OR PROCREATlVJfi CORDIAL.?A certain remedy in all cases irapotency. fcarreonesn, flour alleus difficult or painful menstruation, and all oiseases arising from debilitation of the system where an impulse or a resto rative is required. For sale by 8. R. SYLVESTER, Dealer in all the popular patent medicines of the day, corner of 6th and II sts. dec 15?co2w [Intel.. Rep., Union. Metrop.j f\R. MARCH XSI'S UTERINE CATIIOLICON. f The character of the above is now fully establish as being able to cure nine tenths of ail Uterine Dis eases. Prioe $3 per bottle. For sale by S. R. SYLVESTER, far 1? t Pru^M. cor. of fttfc and H sts. LADIES' DBE88 GOODS. ^VC AXWELL, SEARS * COLLET, at the Ne%o Dry 1*1 Oood Store, Fennijlruiit avenue, between 9th and 10th streets, have just opened a splendid stock of? Rich Brocade and Plain Bilks Rich French Cashmeres and De Ulow English and French Mvrinoe*?some of the fashion able tan colon, which will be offered at reduced prices Rich Lustre Black Silks Can ten Cloths, Alpacas and Bombasines To which they invite the citizens and strangers to call and examine befope purchasing, as we will offer great bargains. Don't forget the New Dry Oood Store. dec 16 AC KEREL, SALMON, CODFISH* White Plato, *e. 50 bbls. small No. 3 Mackerel 10 bbls. No. 1 Mackerel 10 U bbls. No. 1 do 20 kitts No. 1 Mackerel, expressly for fiunily use 1 do fine family Salmon ? 2,500 lbs. Grand Bank Codfish 50 boxes No.l Scaled Herrings 8 V. bbls. White Fish 8 Vl-bbls. do 25 bbls. Connecticut Herrings Just received and for sale by dec 16 SAMUEL BACON ? CO. ALL TA8TES 8TJITED. THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully call the atten tion of members of Congress, strangers visiting the city, and the public generally, to his large assort ment of BOOTS AND SHOES on hand of his own manufacture, also trom the most celebrated boot-makers of New York, Newark, Philadelphia and Baltimore, consisting of quilted bottom, cork sole, and double-sole Boots for winter wear; also Opera and Dress Boots, But toned Gaitors, patent Congress Hoots, Detached uaitors, Glaze Shoes. French Walking Shoes, Paris Pumps, Toil et Slippers. Calf skin and Gum Shoes; also youths and servant's Boots and Shoes, and Slippers of every de scription. To my old customers I would say. that I am fully prepared to make work of every kind to order at the shortest notice of the very test material and by the best workmen in a style which cannot be surpassed by any similar establishment in this or any other city in the Union. All measured work warranted to fit. Please call and examine for yourselves at the Fashion able Boot and Shoe Store, Brown's Marble Hotel. JOHN MILLS, dec 16 Fashinable Boot Maker. EMBERS OF CONGRESS, Stran. gera, and others will please notice that the subscribers have removed to their new store, (sign of the Golden Eagle,) three doors west of the one they formerly occupied, and have opened an assortment of superior Gold Watches, Diamond, and other rich Jewel ry, Silver War.-, Ac., which, for fineness of quality, style, and cheapness, is not surpassed in this country. Watches, Chronometers, Ac. repaired with the utmost care. M. W. GALT A BRO. Sis*n of the Golden Eagle. Penn. ave. dec 16 between 9th and 10th sts. ELCH BUTTER, FRUIT, 4c, 65 tu' 8 choice Welch Dairy Butter 200 whole, half, and quarter boxes Bunch Raisins 10 cases Preserved Canton Ginger 10 do Genoa Citron and assorted Sweetmeats 6 casks Currants 25 boxes Italian Macaroni and Vermicelli 25 baskets fresh Salad Oil 1U0 boxes fn*sh Sardines 2 cases fr-sh Prunes, in glass and in fancy boxes 1 000 lbs. Languedoc and Bordeaux soft-shell Almond Cnrrie Powder, Arrow Root, Rose, Lemon, Orange, and Peach Water, Cologne, Extracts, <tc. ALSO 50 barrels Genesee white wheat Family Flour 3,000 lbs. hulled Buckwheat, Ac. Now landing and for sale by dec 16 MTDDLETON A BEALL. W G1 AU TIER'S HERB CANDY, FOR T Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, &.???This invaluable Candy has been prepared at the suggestion of one of our most eminent physicians, and hat the extraordinary pioperty of immediately relieving coughs, colds, hoarseness, d ffictdty of breathing, bronchitis, asthma, and husl:iness of the throat. It operates by dis solving the congealed phlegm, consequently causing a free expectoration. . Those who are troubled with that unpleasant tickling in the throat which deprives them ef rest night aftei night by the incessant cough which it provokes, will, by u-ing this candy, find immediate relief. This Candy is composed of six simple ingredients, prin cipally of herbs, which are known to be very efficacious in the cure of diseases resulting from colds, and some of which, being rather nauseous in their natural s ate, would deter many from resorting to them; but when made into candy become palatable without losin| any of their valuable medicinal properties. The subscriber, in presenting this candy to public noiic \ wishes it to be expressly understood that he doe? not claim for it any miraculous curing properties, not does he present it with a long string of certificates of re commendations, although he might do so, as nume rous have been tendered him by those who have re ceived great benefit from its use, hut be prefers that the true merits of the Candy should be its own com mendation. The Medical Faculty of this city have been pleased to give it a very favorable notice, and invariably recom metid it to their patients as one of the best articles ol tfte kind. Price 12% cents per stick. Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and retail, by C. GACTIER. A La Ville De Paris, dec 16 Corner of Penn. avenue and 11th street. USEFUL AND VAEI0US. WE have this day received the following, to which we call the attention of our friends, our customers, and the public generally: 10 pieces Table Damask, all grades 50 dozen Table Napkins, all prices 125 do Towels, from 12^ cents up ? 7.? pieces all widths 8heetings, very cheap 50 do pillow ca<ie Cottons 5oO do Bleached Cottons, all prices and makes 500 do fancy Prints, all grades 20 do black Alpacas, to sell at twelve cents 20 do black Prints, to sell at 6^4 75 do heavy fulled Cloths, for (servants 75 do plaid country LinFeys 250 do Mousselines de Lainel2V4 cents .'400 do Mourselines de Laine, 16% and 25 cents 100 do Penty plaid Cottons 100 do heavy Osnaburgs 100 Linen Table-cloths, bleached and brown 25 pieces Iluekaback. for towellings, Ac. 50 do bee? Russia Diapers. With a full, general, and complete assortment of all kinds of Dry Goods. YERBY k MILLER, Corner ?f'th street and Penn. avenue, dec 16 Miss Dermott's new building. CHEESE, CODFISH, MACKEREL, Ac, Now landing? 30 quintals Grand Bank Codfish 75 barrels Eastport Pickled Herrings 100 boxes scaled Smoked Herrings 65 barrels and half barrels Noe. 1.2,3, and 4 Mackerel 25 kits of 25 each Family Mackerel 1 tierce Pickled Salmon 10,700 lbs. Eastern Dairy Cheese. AL?0, 5.000 superior canvassed old 8houlder Bacon 2.000 lbs. new Sugar-cured Hams For sale by [dec 161 MIDDLETON k BEALL. TO THE AFFLICTED. DR* GRAEFFNEL'S GERMAN CTPRIEAN J ULAP, the safest, most speedy, and effectual rem edy ever discovered for the cure of Ghonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture of the Urethra, Ac. Price $1 per bottle. Just received and for sale by 8. R. 8YLVE8TER, dee 16 Druargist and Apothecary, cor. 6th and H sts. CLOAKS, XAHTILLA8, kc. WE have by express? 10 Kapo eon Cloaks 5 Cloth 8almas 10 Union, very pretty 13 Circulars, nice article 5 Le Grance, new and pretty 5 Circulars, with sleeves 5 Embroidered Chenese 5 Gahrielle, very choice The whole very cheap. YERBY A MILLER, corner of 7th street and Pennsylvania avenue, ? dec 15 Mids Dermott's >ew Building. DR. COAiVERsi lGVIGuRAXlfcU CORDIAL, for genital debility, weakness, impotency, noc turnal emissions, incootinenoe. Ac. Price $2 per bottle. For sale bv 8. K. SYLVESTER. Druggis* ?*'! A^fTihrctrr, win rof 6th snd H sts. 1*?2w P. A. TUCK EH, merchant tailor, e i ? emu* national hotel, u prepare*, iQ hw usual stvls, to sun&lr his customers and the public with the variola articles of wearing apparel appertaining to a rentla nw wardrobe * I Member* of Coarres* and stranger*, rid tins the rite 0411 examine his goods, consist ing of Cloths of various grade*, colors, and man u fee tures, and all so rig of Cassi meres, V? ting*, Ac. dec 16 ieiATnrg r. mrpp. imcgAwr taii? D street between Tth and 8th streets. HAS Just received a choice assortment of ??,. make* of cloths, corsisting of: Cashmeres ami lancy ? elvet?. Also. * , ?*'?<? ?Icr?, Fupnulm, ghtrtu, kr. to which he invites th* attention of his ctt?ftomJ*. and the public generally. He will offer goods so low that they can't fail to please those who wish to purchase s good article. He is determined to spare no neinaTT endeavoring to please. m ALL GARMENTS made st hi* establishment are warren ted to rir? ?? tire satisfaction. To those who purchase their rooni from stores, he would say that they can hare "hem mad* in the best manner and at the shortest notice All work entrusted to him will be done promotlr and in the best manner. ^ Punctuality being the life of trade he is determined to stand by tbat motto, trusting to his friends and tha public to sustain him. P. 8. A lot of Over coats for sale low. [dec 16 G?? aBtL;T?KR- c 150 boxes Go?bcn Oeese 36 tubs and fit kin Butter 25 boxes English Dairy Chesse 2,500 lbs. prime Family Buckwheat Flour 50 boxes Starch ?A do* *n Preston A Merrill's Yeast Powdeie 2* do Babbitt's do ?JO boxes ground Coffee 60 lbs. Nutmeg* 25 dosen Mustard, ^ and ^ cases 20 boxes pure Pepper, ground 10 doxen pure Cayenne Pepper 15 boxes Hull A Son s Toilet sosp 20 do Baker's Cocoa and Chocolate 10 do low-price do 76 dozen Corn Brooms 12 bales Patent Taine 30 nests Willow Bosket* 50 dozen Mnnniila and Cotton Cords 50 gross Mate he* Now landing rrom New York, per schconer* Fair *nd Aningtou, anj for sale wholesale and retail by dec 16 SAM'L BACON A CO. CHAMPAGNE WISE-, BRANDY, Liqoors, Ac.?Just received a large suppy ot Champagne \Nines. direct importations fromllavr? 175 baskets Quarts, and pints, iu perfect order, of high grade* and selected brands, f?r tl.is market. Heidseick's, Boker's, Verxnnay Bocha's. Moelt's, MacSaturne Inoys, Ac. Also, a few half pipes of old superior pure Brandies Otard's, Hennessey's, Old Londou lkx-k, Jean Louis, Martel, and A. heii^uette Krandica WINES. Madeira, Pale snd Brown Sherries , Old Jamaica Hum. Holland Gin, Sparkling Hock Stein VMue, Chateau Margeau Claret, St. Julian, Maraschino, and Curracoa and Annisved Cordials English Pickles. Brown Stout and English Ale, Ac. Chow-Cbow, Sardines. Ac. For m)e by GEO. k THOS. PAKKElt k CO. dec 16? Oppoejfe Brown's Hotel. YOUTHS', BOYS', AND CHILL REITS' Fashionable Ready Nude Clothing and Outfitting Establishment* WALL k STEPHENS, Pennsylvania avenue, be tween 9th and 10th streets, first door east of the Iron Hall, would re>pectfully invit- parents and guar dians to rheir original and only Boys' Clothing and Out fitting Establishment in this city,*where they will find the largest and most extensive assortment of Boy*' Winter Clothing of all grades and qualities ever offered in this city, consisting of Over Coats. Jackets Pantaloon, Vests, Shirts, Drawers. Socks, Suspenders, Belts, Hat*, Caps, Shoes. Ac., Ac., which we will sell cheaper than similar goods can be bought in this city, and warrant to please in all ca?es. dec 16 GEORGE W. COCHRAN, Wholesale and v etail Cigarand Tobaceo Tealer, SEVENTH STREET. BETWEEN I) AJU? E. KEEPS constantly on hand the largest assortment of SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBAC O, CKAkS, L'FF, and every other article kept by the trade to be be found in the city, to which he calls the attention of dealers, as it is his determination to sell at the lowest Northern prices. Ail goods warranted as represented or no sale. dee 16 \EW ASD CHEAP FASCY STORE. il Just received a further supp'y of Com he, Brush es, Porte Monai-*.*. fine French and Spanish Fans, Scis sor.*, Lad es' Work Boxes, l'la iug Cards, French and Germau Toys, Dominoes. Bay Rum, kr. and for sale by A. LAMM ON D. 7th street, two doors below E. A liberal discount made to those that buy to sell again. dec 16 VTEW oOODS,KEW WOODS!?We have il ju*t receiv?-d from New York (and Philadelphia splendid assr.rtment of new Goods, cont-isting in part of 600 yard* plaid raw Silks, 37J/<j cents 600 do do very rich 700 do 24 inch plnid French Silks, 50eents 800 do do piaiu I'oit ?Je S?>ie do. very cheap 850 do do plain irlsFsa do do 900 do do rept Silks do do 1000 do do turc Satins do 850 do verv rich brocade Silks 1100 do 24. *117. 32, arid 3 i incii blaek Silks 650 do 24 and 7 inch mourning black Silks 350 d* 30 iuch blnck turc Satins 600 do plain and broc.de Shk?. for evening dresses 450 do colored and black w ate ml Mlk n 400 do corded Silks and ntiu for lonnets 1500 do new style Paris M'?u*edc|aines 2000 do liandwjme Mous? delaines ?t 12J.? cents 1200 do plain Mousselines, all colors 1500 do French Merinos, aU shades 1800 do Coburg Cloth*, variety of colors 1600 do Black Alpa?eas. some extra fine 1400 do Lupin ltombasins. great bargains 600 pieces new style liibnrd-. 300 yards ?'<-! embroidered Cloaking 400 do 3 4 do do 500 do 7 4 plain Cloth for Indies' cloaks 1000 do sack Flannels, assort" d colors 30 white embroidered Cra[>e Shawls very rich 60 long Broch* Shawls 76 do Bay State do 25 Scarfs do 60 square Broche Shawns 50 plain and embrosi'-ml Shawl* with Mlk fringes 25 silk and cloth Mantles, Gimpts and Fringes, of all kinds 5 cartons fine embroidered Handkerchiefs 10 do bordered clear tswn do 50 dotcn fine linen cambric do BLANKETS. 22 pairs 13-4 Blankets, very superior 30 do 124 do do 40 do 114 do do 60 do 10-4 do do 200 do servsnt's do de Variety o? Cloths, Csss'mcres, and Testings 10 pieces silk ward Flnnne's 160 do white, red, and veilow Flannels 9000 yards curtain Calico, some fir-t-rste at 6^ cents 4000 do Calico, good at 4 c>-ut< S-'KJO oo Bedtick ing, some iro"d at 6^' cents 100 pieces very superior full Cloth* 6000 yards bleached and brown Domestics Cas'inets and Kentucky Jeans Linen Table Damasks Rus ia ard Huckaback Diapers Men's silk and lambsw<*ol shirts snd Drswsss Ladies' Merino Vests 20 pieces very rich Damssk f >r enrtains d0 do curtain Muslins Damask and watered M<r?nes. CARPETS. 60 pieces best quality ingrain Carpets 60 do 3-, ly <!*> 25 do very rich velvet do 36 do tapestry Brussels <lo 100 Rugs, some very handsome 30 piec s hemp < arpets. We respectfully invite porehaswi cf Dry to A ?or us with s call before pnrena-ing. as we(n?*r??ty *? sell much eheam than they can be bad else wb*reia the District. HALL A BROTHlSt d^e