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00- Office of the "Daily Evening Star," 6fch etreet sen til of Penn. arenne. m _ _ Weekly Calendar. ?< a December. BIN. ' MOON BIB Eft. RISES. 1 SITS. 26 Sunday ! 'Si i Meoday 28 Tuesday 29 Wednesday 30 Thursday ~ 31 Friday 1 Saturday J 7.23 7.25 7.25 7.24 7.24 7.24 7.23 4.35 morn. 4.35 12.34 436 ! 1.26 4.36 1 2.19 436 ! " C.ll U.37 ! 4.10 4.37 409 tgsB Mr. William Ticker, with such at sutance as he may employ, it authorized to re ceive subscribers and advertisements for the "Daily E<eriwg Star." Mr. BcbISwill wait on tkt citizens of Georgetown. QzT Persons wishing to be served with Vte " Evex i>(; Star" icil Icare their nanus arnl wJdress at James K'Uy's 1 ft ward, Bishop's jieriod c<il s'ote adjoining WiU'irtTs, A. Tate's nearWih .street, J. JIL'Ls's Union's il'M, James Huuer's &h street, or at Jon Shit ingtf/n's (jilem Ikiikling. Adcertisemrnts ran fje b/t it tJ*r. altore p'suxs. Local Affairs. jjg^Tlic lectures at the Smithsonian In stitution are well attended by citiiena and strangers notwithstanding the unfavorable f-tate of the weather and the paths leading to the building. These lectures are truly intellectual treats, beiug open and free fer all who desire to hear them. X@T* The National Theatre was crowded last night to witness the performance of Hackett in Sir John Falstaff. All who at- < ten?Ie?l seemed to be well satisfied with the , performance. To night he appears in two 1 favorite characters and we have no doubt j but that it will attract another large audi- ! eueo. Serious Ciiabge.?A woman named Eliza Watsou was taken before Justice Beck yes terday, charged with throwing vitriol, or some liquid ot' a like nature, in the face of C. A. Stewart injuring him severely- Ati the examination yesterday it wns stated that Kliza's mother was a white woman. It is supposed that the evidence of Stewart, who is a colored man, will net be taken against her in this case. We are not sufficient \ *> "lamed in the law" to decide; but we presume that Justice Beck will endeavor to do so at the further examination. Highway Robbery.?Two negroes were whipped at the watch house this morning f>r beating and robbing a young man on the Bladeiisburg road. Six were concerned in the robbery, but two only have as yet been arrested by officers Willett and Adams. Jfcgp John Meath was sent to jail yester day morning for an assault and battery upon four persons at Brown's Hotel* The assault was unprovoked. The journal of the central watch house gives the names of six persons who went therefor lodging. Four negroes were taken there for being out after hours ; they were discharged by the captain of the guard. A negress named Charlotte Lindsly, an old customer, was found drunk in the street; *he was sent to the workhouse this morn ing. Three little boys were taken for en tering the Theatre ty means of a false key. Two were taken out by their father, and one was sent to the workhouse. "What will you take ? asked the sheriff of the culprit he was about to hang. 44 Not a drop," was the quaint reply of the crimi nal. What is justice ? A pair of scales in which the actions of mankind ?nre often weighed, the true weight being sometimes bought up by power and wealth, while others that are incorrect are substituted. 4,A mechanic his labor will often discard, If the rate of his pay he dislikes ; But a clock?and its case is uncommonly hard? Will continue to work though it strikes." t?*Take Notice.?Are you dry or hungry? why call at Uncle Jemmy whore the best fried ?5 ten ran be had a." well as oyster soup. Ilis oyster Mother pies are hard to beat, and the inanni-r in his beefsteaks, chops, 1c. are cooked i> a caution '?? the hungry. Ilis ale is of superior kind. Our nd Wkw lodgers, furnishes meals at short noiice at ?njr time freiu - ^ until 11 P. M. Suppers ** ^'1 fur respectable ladies and gentlemen. He | * riril. quiet, and genteel house. dec 28?1 w I'ncke Jemmy's Friem>. gbakdmilitary andcivicballT I HK Committee of Arrangements take pleasure in ' *nnoun.-ia_' that the Annual Ball of the WASII J'TOX LIGHT INFANTRY* will take place on I , f Ae I'M of January, at Jackson Halt. I * |t L?the intention of the company to conduct this L;;s?ilar to thoe<e given in former years, the com ,Jh>m ji proper to state that a supper will be r"u?hnl by a competent caterer, and every effort r* * made to make it equal to any ball ever given PA* company. 4*kets to be had at the usual places. JOSEPH It. TATE, JOHN ?. TUCKER, JAMES KELLY, JOHN W. MEAD, JUDSON 0. WAKNER, James e. powers. J. K. MARSOLETTI, J. F. MITCHELL, JAMES A. KING, !*? w c Committee of Arrangement*. ^ ?- Kir*, Treasurer. dec 21 A IEMPEXANCE JOKE I Joe Harrison was a whole-souled, merry fellow, and very fond of a glass. After liv ing in Neir Orleans for many years, lie came to the eooeiasion to visit an old uncle, away up in Massachusetts, whom he had not seen for many years. Now, there is a difference between New Orleans and Mas - t sachusetts, in regard to the use of ardeut spirits; ard when Joe arrived there and found all the people run mad about temper ance, he felt bad, thinking, with the old song, that " keeping the spirits up by pour ing the spirits down,"was one of the best ways to make time pass, and began to fear indeed, that he was in a pickle. But on the morning after bis arrival, the old man and his sons being out at work, his aunt cauie to him and said? " Joe, you have been living in the south and no doubt are in the habit of taking a little something to drink at about eleven o'clock. Now 1 keep some here for medi cal purposes, but let no one know it, as my husband wauts to set the boys a good example." Joe promised, and thinking he cauld get no more that day, took, as he expressed it, 44 a regular buster." After that, he walked out to the stable, aud who should he meet but his uncle. 44 Well, Joe," says he, " I expect you are accustomed to drink something in New Or leans, but you fiud us all temperance here, and for the rake of my sons, I don't let them know that I have any brandy about; but I just keep a little here for n?y rheum atism. Will you accept a little ?" Joe signified his readiness, and took an other big horn. Then continuing his walk he came to where the boys were hauling rails. After conversing awhile, one of his cousins.said? "Joe, I expect you would like to have a drink, and as the old folks are down on liquor, we keep some out here to help us on with our work." Out came a little bottle, and down they sat; and lie says that by the time he went home to dioner, he was as tight as he well j could be, and all from visiting a temperance family. In ?'Israeli's Curiosities of Litera ture we fiud the following passage showing the temper with which religious controversy was conducted in the 16th century : 44Calvin was less tolerable, for he had no Melancthou. His adversaries are never others than knaves, lunatics, drunkards and . assassins. Sometimes they are character ized by the familiar appellatives of bulls, asses, cats, and dogs. By him Catholic and Lutheran are alike hated. Yet, after having given vent to this virulent humor, he fre quently boasts of his mi'dtess. When he reads over his writings he tells us that he is astonished at its forbearance, but, this he adds, is the duty of every Christian! At the same time he generally finishes with 4 Do you hear, you dog?' 4 Do you hear, you madman V " The money disbursed by Louis Na poleon during his month's tour, exceeds thirty-one millions of francs, or a million and a quarter sterling. " Shooting Case.?A row occurred on Fri day evening, at an oyster cellar at the northwest corner of Third and Chesnut sts., Philadelphia, in which Singleton A. Mercer wai somewhat injured about the head. It ap pears that there was a great noise and con fusion on the premises about 1 o'clock in the morning. During the excitement a pis tol was fired. The watchman on the beat made an effort to enter the cellar, but was compelled to burst open the door before he could effect his purpose. Upon entering the saloon, the officer found Mr. Mercer lying upon the floor and bleeding considerably from a wound in his head. Two men, named Win. Buck and Edward McCann, were ar rested for participating in the disturbance. Blood was found upon his clothes. Mercer was examined before the mayor. He said be had been shot in the head. It is, we be lieve, a general impression, that the wound in Mr. Mercer's head was caused by a blow from a stick, and that the shot he received was in the neck.?Pennsylvanian JBST* In the scale of pleasure, the lowest are sensual delights, which are succeeded by the more enlarged views and gay por traiture of a lively imagination; and these give way to the sublimer pleasures of rea son, which discover the cause and designs, the form, connection and symetry of things, and fill the mind with the contemplation ?f intellectual beauty, order and truth. t " * The number of bibles weekly sold in Cincinnatti, is said to be enormous, much greater than any would suppose from the condition of morals in that city. Like other precious volumes they are no doubt largely purchased but little read, their buyers be lieving they perform a sacred obligation by gainiug possession of them, without feeling any necessity of becoming acquainted with their contents. " Taets Hi* Bout."?The best joke that we have heard related of the believers in " spiritual knockings,*' is told of a nlati in Norfolk county, in this State, who a few weeks since visited the house of a neighbor ing farmer, and as soon as the dishes were removed from the supper table, proposed to have a "sitting" with, the family in the kitchen, to see if his dear guardian angel, St. Luke, would not make some new revela tion. After sitting in death-like silence for about ten minutes, some one hinted the possibility of the gentleman's being mistaken about his receiving communications from St. Luke; whereupon the spiritualist brought his fist down upon the table with decided emphasis, and exclaimed? "Gentlemen, I know that I've had com munications from my dear guardian angel, St. Luke. Yes you may laugh as much as you like, but St. Luke is in the room neoicl Ves, his blessed spirit is here ! I feel some thing ueow in my tr-eou sere! Yes! I?0! ah! ki-yi! ki-yi! take him eout! take him eout.r' A>d here the gentleman leaped from his chair, grasped with both hands that portion of his pantaloons which is usually worn thinnest, and begged the spectators in the most piteous tones, to "take him eout, or he should die on the spot." Requesting the ladies to leave the room, the gentlemen present made an examination of the spiritualist's pantaloons, and found them to contain a mouse, that by the still ness of the company, had been induced to leave his quarters and search for crumbs upon the floor. It is not known whether the gentleman still believes that he is watched over by his friend St. Luke, as he now avoids all spirit ual assemblies, and is immediately silenced whenever he attempts to introduce the sub ject of spiritual knockings, by the mischiev ous boys exclaiming: "Take him eout! take him e-o-u-t!"? ttoston Museum. Avoid loud talking and laughing in the street. -#?* The Clay monument at Pottsville, Pa., is progressing rapidly, and it is said will be finished by the 4th of July next. ? 3^" A teaspoonful of horse-radish, put into a pan of milk will preserve the milk sweet for several days either in the open air or in the cellar, while other milk will turn quite sour. <?*- _ fi^*"Well, l'at, which is the way to Bur lington?' "How did ye^know me name was1 Pat?" "O, I guessed it." "Thin, be the powers if ye air so good at guessing ye'd better guess the way to Burlington I" -?#? It was a wise sayingof Burke, that "rage and phrenzy will pull down more in half an hour, than prudence, deliberation, and fore sight, can build up in a hundred years." " Dang me if I don't believe the world's a wheelbarrow," said a jolly inebriate, as he rolled along the pavement, " and I'm the wheel revolving on a haxis. Now I'm in tke mud," said he, as he fell headlong in the gutter, " and now I'm on dryland," as he fetched up on the curb stone. Ilis conclud ing remarks, as his boots followed his head down an open cellar way was, " now the wheel is broken, and the wehicle is out of repair." English Manners.?The boorishness of American manners is frequently discussed by travellers with severity. The following is a little illustration of British genius in the same line: "It is not three months since an English man, to all outward appearance a gentle man, was in great danger of getting sound ly thrashed by his fellow travellers lor per sisting in stretching one leg on the seat op posite him, and letting -e other dangle out ot the window of a railway carriage in which two ladies were seated. This dis creditable affair took place between Leipzec and Magdeburg, and the only excuse which i can be made for the principle actor in it was his youth and inexperience." Cause of Insanivy.?Dr. Ilowe has ex arnined almost the entire number of cases of idiocy known in Massachusetts, and the result is, in all but four instances, he fouud the parents of all those idiots were either intemperate, addicted to sensual vices, scrofulous, pre disposed to insanity, or had inter-married with blood relations. Mortality in the Cities.?During the week ending on Monday last, there were 329 deaths in New York, 168 in Philadel phia, 104 in Baltimore, and 77 in Boston. This is a small increase over the number for the previous week in all the cities ex cept Boston. In Cincinnati during the month of November there were 233 deaths. The Board of Health of that city have re solved to publish hereafter monthly reports of the deaths occurring there. DR. MARC HI SI'S UTERINE CATHOLJ - COS. The cbaracier of the above is now luliy e*utb ish d as being able to cure nine-tenths of ail Uterine Diseases. Price $2 per bottle. For sale by S. R. SYLYKSTifiK, dec II Chemist and Druggist, cor. of tftb and ete.II 1U JOHNSTON PROCLAIMS TO THE :AFFLICTED that he has discovered the most <*ttain, speedy and efft*?ctms plan of treating SECRET DISEASES that has ever yet been presented to the world. By his pl&a. founded on observation made in the Hospital* of Europe and Antrim. h?? will insure A CURE IN TWO DATS, 0E N? CH ARGE. iVo Mercury nr Nauseous Drugs used. Weakness. Low of Organic Powers, l'ains in the Loins. Disease of the Kidneys, Affections of the Headv Throat, Nose and Skin, Constitutional Debility, and all those horrK affections arising from a Certain Se cret ilabit of Youth, that solitary practice, more fatal to ite rictims than the song of the Syren* to the ma rinorsof Ulysses?blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering Marriaic?, ete.. impossible. A CURE WARRANTED. OR NO CHARGE. Young Men especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweep* to an untimely grave thou sands of young men or the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who m;ght otherwise have entraifc ed listening Senates with the thunders oi eloquence, or waked toecstacy the living lyre, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, should immediately consult Dr. J.. and he restored to perfect health. Uflice. No. 7 South Frederick street,Baltimore, Mary land. on the left hand side, going from Baltimore street, wren doers from the corner. Be particular in observing the naiae and number, or you will mistake the place. DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. London. Graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges of the United States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the Hospitals of Ijondon, Paris, Phil adelphia.and elsew here, has effected s >iue of the most astonishing cures that were ever knowu. Many trou bled with ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sound#, and bashful ness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured im mediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have iujured them selves by private and improper indulgences. thatj/iciW and solitary habit, which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either business or society. Tliesu are some of the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the Back and lauibs, l'ains in the llead. Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Functions. General Debility, Symp toms of Consumption, &c., <tc. Mentally.?The fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas. Depression of Spirits, Evil Foreliodings, Aversion of Society, Self Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, kc.f are some of the evils prinluced. NERVOUS DEBILITY. Weakness of the system, Nervous Debility and pre mature decay generally arise from the destructive ha bit of youth, that solitary practice se fatal to the health ful existence of man, and it is the young who are most apt to become its Victims, from an ignorance of the dangers to which they subject themselves. Parents and Guardians are often mi.-led with respect to the cause or source of disease in their sous and wards. Alas! how often do they ascribe to other causes the wastiug of the frame, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys pepsia, Indigestion, deraogemcntof the Nervous Sys tem, Cough, and Symptoms of Consumption; also those serious Mental effccts. such as loss of Memory, Depression of Spirits, or peculiar fits of Melancholy, when the truth is, they have been caused by indulg ing in Pernicious but alluring practices, destructive to both Body and Mind. Thus are swept from exist ence thousands who might have been of use to their Country, a pleasure to their friends, and ornament* to Soeiety. DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS. This grand and important Remedy has restored strength and vigor to thousands of the most debilita ted individuals, muny who had lost all hopes, and been abandoned to die. By it? complete invigoration of the Nervous System, the whole faculties become restored to their proper power and functions, and the fallen fabric of life is raised up to beauty, consistency ?nd duration, upon the ruins of an emaciated and premature decline, to sound and pristine health. Oh, how happy have hundreds of misguided youth* l>een made, who have been suddenly restored to health from the devastations of those terrific maladies which re sult from indiscretion 1 Such persous, before contem plating MARRIAGE. should reflect that a sound mind ?nd body are the most necessary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed, without this, the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to tlie view; the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the melancholy reflection that the hap piness of another becomes blighted with our own. Let no false delicacy prevent you, hut apply immediately. He who places himself under the care of Dr. Johii stonmay religiously confide in his honor as a Gen tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a Phy sician. TO STRANGERS. The many thousands cured at this institution within th? last ten yea is, and the numerous imi>ortant Sur gical Operations pert. .nied by Dr. J., witnessed by the Reporters of the papers a o many other persons, no tices of which have appeared ^uin and again l>efore the public, is a sufficient guara ly that the afflicted will find a skilful and honorable phys. ;an. dec 27 ?(Itf STOVES! STOVES! JOSEPH HODGSON at his store on H. between Olli and 7 lb streets, a fine assortment of STOVE."', TINWARE, Ac. to which particular attention is called. J. H. is also prepared to execute any work in his line of business dec 16 ~ GLOVES '. GLOVES! GLOVES ! S PARKER has now a stock of Ladies' and ? gentlemensr Kid and all kind* of Gloves, in ail colors and in all No. of Bajou's make, witli our stamp in them. Combs! Combs! Combs! A most beautiful assortment of Pi ris Shell and Buff alo Dress Tuck.Guubs, Euglish Horn, liuffaloandshell dressng and ivory tine teeth Combs. Hair Brushes! Ilair Brushes! Hair Brushes ! English, American and French Hair Brushes in 100 new paterns; Tooth and nail Brushes in great variety?very cheap. Perfumery ! Perfumery ! ! Perfumery ! ! Extracts from every flower that blossoms, at 50 cents per bottle. Real German co'ogue, very fin? fresh cold cream, rose, musk, Low's brown \V indsor Washing Soaps. Shaving Materials. In this lino we have taken great pains to have at all t mcs, Fresh ShavinB Cream, and Military Shaving Cakes. Indeed in this depariment of our trade we particularly invite the attention of gentle men who shave themselves. PARKER'S Fancy and PerfumeStore, Under National Hotel. P. S. In ten days we shall be receiving our stock for he holidays. dec lt3 I^MBROIDERIKS.?1 wi-h to call the at j teation ot tae ladies to my htock ?t the ab>ve goods, which will compare with any in the city in style and pri<?? Lace ana Muslin Chemisettes Do do Collars Do do Slee?es Muslin Caps and Cuffs Cambric Chemisettes and S eeves Do Collars and Caps A. TATE, Agent. A new and splendid assortment of Mt^minydoods. Dr. darzettfs juno cordial or PROCREATiVJS CORDIAL.?A certain remedy iu all cases inipotency, barrenness, flour alieus dif scult or painful menstruation, and all uiseases aris: ing from debilitation of the system where an impulse, or a restorative i? required. For sale by 8. R. SYLVESTER, Dealer in all the popular patent medicines of the day, corner of Gth and II sts. dec 15?eo2w [Intel.. Rep., Union, Metrop.J IF YOU ABE IN S" OF FANCY GOODS, OR TOTS suitable for llOL DAY PRKSEaTj?, 'or Ladies' Fremh Fans tie Cork Shoe Soles, do not forget to eall at LAMMOND S 7th street Fancy More. dec 1$- eo3t second doorlei? w E. % " RICH not FOB TJwq niff Topi) St, CO. particularly in rite the sttsntlie a# the ladies of the Metropolis mod rid nit ncn end raluable stock of FCR OOOl ta??*?omprv?ea th*? richest sad I BO? A I. ERMINE, HUDSON'S BAY SABLB8, BAU* AND STOX KMA RTT N, FITCH MARTTlf. CHINCHILLA. CANADIAN MINK, BLACK LYNX: In fact every article in the trade reeogniied br teste and fashion, are beautifully represented at tMr ***? Rooms, and sold at satisfactory prices, at Brown's Mah ble Building. Pennsylvania avenue. dee HI HEADDRESlfel, LACS, AID fit. C*P? ?1 ***? Just reemredfrom the a new and choice assortment of the a bore which Iinvite the ladies to call and eZnainv? Fine Chinele Head Dresses I-ace Coiffuer Caps Mary Stewart Caps Opera and Fancy Caps is ^A-T.ATSi *#r?. P?M. are btw. lotb and llth ste. A. PARKER'S FANCY STORE. a ?Baring just returned home with the tiFV of USEFUL AND FANCY AB 11CLES ever opened in Washington city, we iorite onr customer. u> look at our stock, as we an " them at twenty fire per o nt.lees th.n farmer price- H we now- import most of our best goods direct. Our txtr cte we can now efford to sell at fifty cents eer Kottle?former prices, seventy five eentss our OloJT Razors. and Rasor Si raps, <-nd sharing material are manufactured for onr tn.de, and need no from us. ss the public already know them OartwT ette article. *ene,al| r .re uusurpsss< d, and* hare been jrrea ly reduced. . . PARKlCRS'S Fancy and Perfninety National Hntel. I F. A. TUCKER, merchant tailor* t'XDBR NATIONAL HOTEL, S FULLY pre(wre y iu h,s usual st?le, to anslt hit. customers and the public with the rarioa* wesring arP*rel appertain ng to a rentle ?r Irobe ? ? ? Mem*.,, of Coninrss and strangers. rlsitinr the sitr are invited to call and examine his *o?l? D? . . . *??*? ennsin ing of Cloths of various grades, colors, and aassM tunas, and all sorts of Cassi ineres, Vetlnc*. Ae. dee M Rm HfcNRY KXTHL ^PESFro^Y inform* hi* patrons and the pub lie, that lus ME H JtJUsTAfit A AT Is now o?e* auu he will endeavor to keep every article that hise?t^ mers may desire, of the best quality. Oysters in every style, soups. &c Ac at >11 La.. ofWin^r Kurp,,e^ th? approred bran* of \\ m?s, Liquors, and Cigars. Sou|t s and Oysters supplied to fsmilies. dec 4 gw^Ar- north side, bet. 12th A 18th its IGNATIUS F, MUDD, MERCHANT TAILOR. D afreet between 7th and 8th stres HAS jurt received a choice assortment of all makes of cloths, consisting of: Cassimers, Vesting Silks, Cashmeres and Velvets. Also, 4- i /LPDw *' rra.vats* 0,cve*? Suspenders, Shifts, Ac. to winch he invites ih? attention of his cutomer'a. and the public senerally. He will offer roods so low that they can t fail (o please those who wish toi a good artioie. He is determined to spare no endeavoring to please. ALL GARMEXT8 made at his establishment are warrented to rirs e? tire satisfaction. To those who purchase their roods from stores, he would say that they can hare them made in the best manner and at the shortest notice All work entrusted to him will be done pttxnntlr and in the best manner. Punctuality b. ing the life of trade, he Is determine* to stand by that motto, trusting to his friends and the puhnc to sustain him. _ P. S. A lot of urer ooats for sale low. [dec 10 G'SfflfiTO*' mmmmmmi. 150 boxes Goshen Cheese 35 tubs and firkin Butter 125 boxes English Dairy Chesse 2.500 lbs. prime Family Buckwheat Flonr o() boxes Starch 25 do* -it Preston A Merrill's Yeast Powder* '-o do Babbitt's j0 1*0 boxes ground Coffee 60 lbs. Nutmegs 25 dozen Mustard, and a 20 boxes pure Pepper, grouud 10 dozenpureCayeuue Pepper 15 boxes Hull A Son.s Toilet soep 20 do Baker's Cocoa and Chocolate 10 do low-price do 75 dozen Corn Brooms 12 bales Patent Twine 30 nests Willow Baskets 50 dozen Mannilla and Cotton Cords 50 gross Male lies Now landing trom New York, per schoOnem FWlf fax and Arlington, and for sale wholeaale and iwtail by SAM! BACON A CO CHA3IPAG N E WIRES BRANDT, Liqaors, Ae<?.lust received a large supply ot Champagne Wines, direct imporianona fromMarre? *75 baskets, quarts, and | iuts, in p*-rf?*ct order, of high grades and selected branda, fur this j Jleidseick's, looker's, Verzanay Bocha s. Moclt's. MacSaturoe Inoys, Ac. Also, a few haH pipes of old superior pur** Otard's, Hennessey's, Old l/tndon Dock, Jean Lonis. Martel, and A. Seiirnutte Brandies WINES. Madeira. Pale ?nd Hrown Sherries Old Jamaica Rum. Holland Gin, Sparkling Hock Stein Wine, Chateau War genu Claret. St. Juliaj], Maraschino, and Curraooa Anniseed Cordials English Pickles. Brown Stout and Engli-h Ale, Ae. Chow-Chow, Sardines, Ac. For sale by GEO. A TIIOS. PARKER A 00. dec lf>? ^ Op|tf?>ire Brown's Hotel. YOUTHS', BOYS', AND CH1LUREN8' Fashionable Ready Made Clothing nmd Ontfiltlng^ Establishment. "1\^ALL A KTKI'HKNg, Pennsylvania arenoe, hn> T T tween 9th and loth streets, first door east of the Iron Hall, would re?peetfully inrit** patents and gttar* diaus to their original and only Boys' Clothing and Ont> tittin?r Establishment in this city, where they will find the largest and niot>t extensive assortment of Boy^ Winter Clo'liinir ?-f all jrrades and qualities erer offered in this city, consisting of Or??r Coets. Jackets Pantaloon, Vests, hhirt-s, Diawers. Nsrks, Suspenders, Belts, llata, Caps, Shoes. Ac., Ac., which we will sell cheaper than similar g<?Mls can be bought in this city, and warrant to please in all c%?es. dee 16 GEORGE W. COCHRAN, Wholesale and b etail Cigarand Tobaeoo ftiltr, tkVEXTH bTEEET, HtTW t?S D Al?l> *, KEEI*S eonstnntlv on hand the largest assortment of SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBAC O. CI<*AKB, OA L'KK. and ererjr other article kept by the trad# to lie la: touud in the city, to which he calls the attention of dealers, as it is his determination te sell at the Invest Northern prices. All goods warranted as represented or nr> sale. dee M VEWANDCHBAPFAHCT STORK. ^ i Just received a further supply of Coin he, Brnsb* vs. Porte Monaies, flue French and Spanish Fans, Seis sfjrs. Ladies' Work Boxes, Pla ing Cards, French and German Toys, Dominoes, Bay Rum, Ac. and tot sals by A. LAWM0ND. 7th street, two doors below K. #t}~ A liberal discount made to those that hay fm sell again. _____ deelt SHAWLS OF EVERT KIND. IIrE hare this day rerelred the t>I1ewimr, which we ff are determined to sell cheaper than the ;an leboujrht ben-or else whose: 120 Bay ?tate and Watcrlett Mills long*! $1.50 to $15. 100 square Shawls, all prices *250 Terkary, Cashmere.and printed Shawls, ah prfae 'JO Cashmere long chawls, very superiore*4efc?p g 76 Crape Shawls, plain and cmbroi whiteaad colored. Y1RBYA WILi.an corner of 7th street snd Pvan., dec lfi Miss Dermott's New LAD1KS' CLOAKS AHDCAPKf, with a spleodiiaseorcmentof Clowk Clorha, and all (ha rarious shades. Wide Mantilla Velvets, Brotha Bay .^tate, and Printed Cashmere Sha wis, jast: at the 1>Tj Good Store of MAXWELL. SKAKS A COLLKY, drf 4 Pen a ar, between Ms and HHh '