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Loral AfTalr9.
I'Lf
ShouM to-morrow prove to be a
i ; day, hundreds of our fellow citizens
. ... %Wit the Executive mansion to congra
. do < ur worthy Chief Magistrate upon
; ? u.ij.iy condition of our country, and
io. their respect for an honest and faith*
i*i' j.ublic servant. Everything of a politi
1 character is forgotten upon occasions
ueli as this, and all parties combined to
...icr their respects to the President of
United States.
The Merry Wives of Windsor is to
e p rfornied at the National Theatre to
:0ht. auJ a crowded house may be reason
ejcpected, in consequence of the ap
m\.ace of Hackett as Sir John Falstaff,
Mis-eo ritzpatrick and Lonsdale as the
?\Ie:ry Wives."
C J" As yet nothing of importance sufB
attract large crowds to the galleries
'? i-- iloutes of Congress, has occupied the
- on of either house ; though before
- tiusc of the session, there may be some
-iortant business, fine speaking, and
>wd^d galleries.
a^he Aztec children are now hold"
- ukIi- levees at "Iron Hall." They are
' :o he a great curiosity. We cannot
; .is from observation, as we have not yet
-a .hem.
f :f V c have heard much complaint of
' of disgraceful acts of rowdies who have
yet escaped the officers. The officers
requently charged with negligence by
who do not consider that they
-U omnipresent. The recent acts of
~ . < ;u the First Ward ; the breaking of
* y.:, handles, etc., have brought out many
leumrks as " I wonder why they are
T^. Led?" 4? Where are the watch
Now if the citizens realy wish to
i * of rowdies, they must assist the
r" ;a bringing them to justice, and
i:'y perform their duty as good citi
- bv giving information whenever they
7 ^ -/artks concerncd in these out
r -Jt ins acts.
la the Criminal Court Yesterday
- ? .-a shields was found guilty of stealing a
- raid centanced to eighteen months in
^ penitentiary.
' Uoinas King, charged with stealing a
"ti oi dour, was tried and acquitted.
The watch house has been clear of
? i and rowdies for a day or two past,
ouly inmates last night were two per
? who went there for lodgings.
Paso&ama?The Wirtbftoft omiw*
pondent of the Baltimore Clipper comes
down on the "thunder a?4 lightening" of
this magnificent painting. It wet* well for
the writer to understand the first principles
of this imitation of the power* of Jove be
fore he attempt! to explain. "Hit rooling
ball, and sheet-iron thunder, and burnt
rosin," are not found in Odd Fellow's Hall.
Tjie truth is, the thunder is natural, and
unequalled, surpassing anything ever ex
hibited in Washington; now amid the
mountain peaks in storm and lightening
coming with wild terific crash, leaping with
mad fiery wye from craf to crag shaking the
world! now calmly dying away upon the
ear like the gentle murmurs of the mighty
ocean when the storm hath ceased. It is
truly sublime I *
Adams & Co's Exprsss.?The ship Fan
ny sailed from Boston on Friday for Aus
tralia, with a large number of passengers.
The Times says:?" Among them we see
the name of Mr. Mowton, of the great
Express house of Adams & Go. He goes
out to establish a branch of their extensive
banking and express concern, which has
now extended from Boston ov er three con
tinents. When Mr. Adams commenced
running with his siogle trunk between
Botson and New York, no man could have
been wild enough to predict the results
which hare all grown out of industry, per
severance, promptness, politeness, and libe
ral advertising.
RiGDfurm Hbadqu4*tem or YoLuittisa*,
Washington, Die. 30,1852.
In accordance with an invitation received
from the Committee of Arrangements for
the * Inauguration of the Equestrian Sta
tue of General Andrew Jackson*' on the 8th
day of January next, the Regiment of Vol
unteers will assemble on the usual parade
greund, in front of the City Hall, at nine
o'clock A. M. on that day, for which the
I officers commanding companies will give
the neoessary orders.
The ocoasion in an especial tianner in
vites the cheerful co-operation of the mili
tary, since it directs the attention of the
American people to the erection of a statue
to endure for ages commemorative of the
genius and valor of a soldier whose extra
ordinary deeds in arms were even surpassed
by his ardent love of the country, so well
illustrated by his memorable declaration,
which is now, and will ever remain a watch
word with every friend of his country:
" The Union must be preserved!"
By order of the Colonel Commanding:
JAMES A. TAIT, adjutaut.
I dec 81?
Roat'eWonderful Dagatrreotypea.
Go to Roofs! No mutter whether
It be clear er cloudj weather.
Still, with equal truth he trace#
Multitudes of levely faces!
Root's Gallery, Pennsylvania avenue, near Seventh
street. dec 30?
S9* Take JTottee.?Are you dry or hungry ?
If so, why call at Ukclb Jsmxt where the beet Med
oysters can be had aa well as oyster soup. His oyster
and other plea are hard to beat, and the manner in
which his bee&teaka, chops, Ac. are cooked Is a caution
to the hungry. His ale ia of superior kind. Our
Mend takes lodgers, finishes meals at short noiice at
any time from T o'clock A. M. until 11 P. M. Suppers
can be had for respectable ladies and gentlemen. He
keeps a civil, quiet, and genteel house.
dee 28?lw Ukcu Juror's F*ifio>.
GRAND ITIUTABY AND CIVIC BALL.
THE Committee of Arrangements take pleasure in
announcing that the Annual Ball of the WASH
INGTON LIGHT INFANTRY will take place on
MomUy nighty tht 10& ?/ January, at JadetM* Ball.
Aa it is the intention cf the company to conduct this
Ball similar to thoee given la former years, the com
mittee deem it proper to atate that a supper will be
famished by a competent caterer, and every effort
will be made to make it equal to any ball ever given
by the company.
Tickets $2, to be had at the usual places.
JOSEPH B. TATE,
JOHN F. TUCKER,
JAMES KELLY,
JOHN W. MEAD,
JUDSON 0. WARNER,
JAMES E. POWERS,
J. R. KAR80LETTI,
J. V. MITCHELL,
JAMES A. KING,
Committee ef Arrangements.
Wm. W. S. Ksaa, Treasurer. dee 21
AWS'I PATENT PURIFIED
Sperm Oil.?
This oil, for brilliancy, durability, and purity aa a
light, aad for lubricating purposes, whether applied
to the delicate works ef a watch er the moat ponde?
roue machinery, surpasses any oil now known.
It is warranted net to gum, being entirely deprived
of that substance, which ao seriously iipMf the ra
pid movement of all kinds of machinery; and for
burning it la cheaper and better than any oleaginous
substance now in use.
While it aflbrda a light superior to gaaoreamphine,
it is afeo free from the dangerous explosive quality
of the latter, being solely sperm oil purified.
So pure is this oil that R will not freeae at any de
gree of cold knows within the limits of the United
Statea; having thereby ia this, ae in every other par
ticular, an advantage over the beat sperm oil as now
used.
After derating many years in experimenting with
the various ells, for thepurpoee of overcoming their
impuriUea aa at present fabricated, the undersigned
aosures the public that he has succeeded in producing
the " ne plus ultra " of oil*. He offers it as superior
to any known oil In tne world, for the purpoeea of
burning and lubricating, and invokes the scientific
of all oountriaa to teat tt and pronounce their opinion
satisfied that all will agree that it is the finest oil
ever offered for sale.
WILLIAM D. TOWNSEND, Philadelphia.
For sale by A. HATCH, jr., in the rear of Brown's
Hotel; aad also by wfeoleaale at the comer of 15th
and J afreet*, by H- J>. WALBWDGfc
foreign items.
"The steamer Franklin, with Southampton
and Havre dates of the 13th, and Pari* dale*
of the 12th, put in at Halifax, the 29th in
stant, short of coal.
She brings 24 passengers. The steamer
Washington left S rathampton on the 13th
for New .York. The Asia Arrived at Liver
pool at 10, a. m., on the 12th, The
steamer from "Brazil arrived at Southamp*
ton as the Franklin came out.
The opinion was gaining ground that the
English Ministry would be compelled to re
sign.
Business in the manufacturing districts
was'active.
Continental news unimportant.
The Franklin brings no later Liverpool
markets than those brought by the Canada,
having sailed on Monday morning.
Mr. Livingston, the American Consul at
Halifax, died here on^last Snnday.
FRENCH EMPIRE.
"Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 29, 1852.
Despatches have gone out from the State
Department directing Mr. Bives to acknowl*
edge the Empire as the Government de facto
of France.
[Of course this Government cannot do
otherwise than acknowledge whatever form
of government any of the great nations of
Europe choose to adopt.]
GREAT RISE IN THE OHIO AT CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Dec. 29.?The river is now
rising at the rate of 3 inches per hour, and
is only 12 feet below the great flood of 1847.
The damage done along tlie river, both above
and below, is very great. A large amount
of meat has been submerged.
LATER.
Cincinnati, Dec. 29.?Evening.?The
river is now stationary. It is 10 feet below
the flood of 1832. It will be falling to
night. Advices from the valleys of the Big
and Little Miami, Sciota, and White Water
river and other streams have been received.
Great loss of property is reported. A large
amount of corn has been carried away, hogs,
drowned, and mill dams destroyed.
NATIONAL THEATRE.
Mh. E. A. MARSHALL Sole Lessee.
BENEFIT and last appearance of
MR. HACKETT,
On which occasion he will perform
FALSTAFF IN LOVE.
Last night but one of Miss FITZPATRICK who will
appear as Mrs. Ford and as Katharine.
THIS EVENING, December 31,
Will be performed Shakspeare's varied and well-eon
trasted characters, in his most humorous Comedy,
entitled
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR,
OR, FALSTAFF OUTWITTED.
The whole to conclude with Shakspeare's Comedy, in
three act*, entitled
KATIIERINE AND PETRUCHIO,
OS, TAMIXG OF THE 8HREW.
STOVES! STOVES!
JOSEPH HODGSON at his store on H, between
6th and 7 th streets, a fine assortment of STOVES,
TINWARE, Ac. to which particular attention is called.
J. H. is also prepared to execute any work in his
line of business. dec 16
EW GOODS, NEW GOODS X?We have
just received from New York and Philadelphia a
splendid assortment of new Gcols, consisting in part
of?
600 yardf plaid raw Silks, 37^ cents
600 do do very rich
700 do 24 inch plaid French Silks, 50 cents
800 do do plain Polt de Sole do. very cheap
850 do do plain glassa do do
900 do do rept Silks do do
1000 do do ture Satins do
850 do very rich brocade Silks
1100 do 24, 27,32, and 36 inch black Silks
660 do 24 and 27 inch mourning blaok Silks
350 de 30 inch black turc Satins
600 do plain and brocade Silks for evening dree
450 do colored and black watered Silks
400 do corded Silks and Satin-' for bonnets
1500 do new style Paris Mousedelaines
3000 do handsome Mousedelainea at 12% cents
1300 do plain Mousse lines, all colors
1500 do French Merinos, all shades
1800 do Coburg Cloths, variety of colors
1600 do Blaok Alpaccas, some extra fine
1400 do Lupin Bombasine, great bargains
600 pieoae new style Ribands
800 yards 64 embroidered Cloaking
400 do 3-4 do do
600 do 7-4 plain Cloth tor ladies' cloaks
1000 do sack Fiaan?ls, assorted colors
30 white embroidered Crape Shawls very rich
503U>ng Broche Shawls
f 75 do Bay State do
25 Scarfs do
60 square Broche Shawls
50 plain and embroidered Shawls with silk fringes
25 silk and cloth Mantlss, Gimps, and Fringes, of
all kinds
5 cartons fine embroidered Handkerchiefs
10 do bordered clear ladies do
60 dozen fine linen cambric do
22 pairs 13-4 Blankets, very superior
30 do 12-4 do do
40 do 11-4 do do
50 do 10-4 do do
300 do ^?want's do de
Varii tof it Cloths, Cassimeres, and Yes tings
10 piece; i ward Flannels
150 do \,xiite, red, and yellow Flannels
8000 yards curtain Calico, some first-rate at 6^ cents
4000 do Calico, good at 4 cents
2500 do Bedticking, some good at 6% cents
100 pieces very superior full Cloths
5000 yards bleached and brown Domestics
Cassiuots and Kentacky Jeans
Linen Table Damask
Russia and Huckaback Diapers
Men's silk and iamb* wool Shirts and Drawers
Ladies' Merino Vests
20 pieces very rich Damask for curtains
30 do curtain Mualins
Damask and watered Morenes.
CARPETS.
50 pieces best quality ingrain Carpets
50 do 3-ply do
25 do very rich velvet do
35 do tapestry Brussels do
100 Rags, some very handsome
30 pieces hemp Carpets.
We respectfully invite purchasers of Dry Goods to
fcvor us with a call before purchasing, as we guaran
ty to sell much cheaper than they can be had else
where in the District. HALL A BROTHER
dee 16?
EADWAT8 HEADY BEkSDISS,
N08. 1,1, AND 3. ? * v "
AM bo jmptnd u to htnaoBiu and act is uni
sou with each other. Taken separately or to
gether, they will instantly atop pain, speedily remove
Disease, and quickly cure its cause. No pain can ex
ist, or Disease afflict the system while under their
influence.
R. R. R.?No. 1.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Is the first and only remedy ever recorded in the
Medical History of the World, that has stopped the
most violent pains in a few seconds! It will Btop the
MOST SXVXU PAIX3 IN nn KIJTCTE8 OK LESS, and Will
cure the most obstinate and painful Rheumatic, Ner
tous, Neuralgic and Billions complaints in a few
hours, Internal and External.
It never fkils in giving instant ease to the most
tormenting and agonising pains.
It has eured, in ninety eases out of a hundred?
Rheumatism in four hours; Neuralgia in one hour:
Croup in ten minutes; Diarrhoea in fifteen minutes;
Toothache in one seoond; Spasm in fire minutes;
Cramps in fire minutes; Sick Headache in fifteen
minutes; Chill Fever in fifteen minutes; Chillblains in
fire minutes; Sore Throat in four hours; Influenza in
one hour.
Spinal Complaints, Stiff Joints, Strains, Bruises,
Cuts, Wounds, Frost Bites, Cholera Morbus, Dysen
tery, Tic Doloreux, and all other complaints where
there is severe pains, Radway's Relief will instantly
stop the pain and quickly cure the disease.?
SICK HE AD ACHE.?Radway's Ready Relief will
stop the most distressing pains in a few minutes,
and prevent renewed attaeks. It will cleanse and
sweetens the stomach, and neutralize the poisonous
adds of the system.
RHEUMATISM CASES CURED.?In the year 1851,
Radway's Ready Relief cured 20,000 cases of Rheuta
tism in New York; 20,000 cares of Rheumatism in
Boston; 20,000 eases of Rheumatism in Philadephia.
5,000 cases in Michigan; 5,000 cases of Rheumatism
in Illinois.
So quick is Radway's Ready Relief in curing Rheu
matism, that nine patients out of every ten are re
lieved from all pain in a few minutes after the first
application; we hare known as many as twenty per
sons in a day, who have called at our office in their
carriages to have the Relief applied by us, and in
riFTZEic mlsutes have walked away rejoicing that they
have bean able once mere to walk alone without the
aid of stiok or crutch.
Price of R. R. Relief, 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1 per
bottle. Each bottle to be genuine must bear the fac'
simile signature of Radwat <fc Co. Sold by Druggists
everywhere.
R. R. R.?No. 2.
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
For the quick cure of all Chronic and Scrofulous
Diseases. It Is powerful, searching, and pleasant; it
cleanses and purifies the blood from all Scrofulous
Humors; it resolves away from the bones and muscles
all diseased deposits; it electrifies the fluids and solids
with health and strength.
It is warranted to oure?Scrofula; Ilumore; Can.
cere; Tumors; Rickets; Salt Rheum; Broncbital Tu
mors; White Swelling; Syphilis; Epilepsy; Jaundice;
Ulcers; Fever Sores; Hacking Dry Cough.
In either of the above named Diseases
WE GUARANTEE
thatjthe patient will experience Its powerful, soothing,
beneficial effects in a few hours after taking it.
CONSUMPTIVE PATIENTS
will experience immediate relief after taking three
doses
IT IS DAILY PERFORMING MIRACLES.
In ten minutes after taking a dose of this pleasant
remedy, the week and sickly invalid feels its electri
cal agency thrilling through every cell and cavern of
the system, imparting health and strength to every
organ, nerVe, and secretory vessel In the body.
Price of R. R. R. No. 2, One Dollar per bottle. *
Sold only by the authorized agents.
R. R. R. No. 3.
RADWAY'S REGULATORS.
Mild and pleasant in their operation to regulate the
Bowles, and cleanse the system from all Putrid and
Acrimonious Humors.
Good at all Times, Time Five Hours.
Small doses Regtllate, Large doses Purge.
Taken in doses from one to eight, they will cure
Costiveness, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Measles, Liv
er Complaint, Dyspepsia, Constipation of tho Bowels,
Heart Burn, Small Pox, Kidney Complaint.
Fzvuts of all Kwds.?Typhoid, Pneumonia, Scar
let, Typhus, Yellow, and Billions, and In all cases
where the system Is out of order, a dose of the Regula
tors will regulate the Bowels, give tone and energy to
the Liver, and restore the natural health.
Three Regulators Is an ordinary dose, and will empty
the Bowels of their refase matter In a few hours.
1st. They cleanse the stomach from all foetid or
diseased humors and leave it sweet, clean, pure, and
healthy. .
2d. They produce upon the skin a free p erspiration,
open the pores, and give a regular and healthy action
to the skin.
3d. They purge from the skin the secretions, the
bowels, the stomach, and every function in the sys
tem, all morbid and unhealthy humors.
In serious cases, where prompt and Immediate sc.
tion Is required, and a general operation of the bowels
demanded.
Five to eight Regulators will produce the most be
nefida 1 effects In all Fevers, Scarlet, Typhus, or Bll.
lious. Take from one to three Regulators every hour
until a free and powerful evacuation is produced.
Radway's Regulators are pure, safe, quick, power
ful, but mild and pleasant in their operation.
Pries of Radway's Regulators 25 cents per box, con
taining 30 Regulators.
R. R. R. sold by Chas. Stott k Co., Espey k Morri
son, and by 'he druggist generally. dec 30?
Philadelphia Type and Stereotype Foundry.
rpjus subscriber would call the attention of Printers
I to the greatly reduced prices of the present list,
"fhey now offer
Pica at 30 eta.
Small Pica 32 "
Long Primer 34 "
Bourgeois- -37 "
Brevier *2 "
Minion 43 eta.
Nonpareil 58 "
Agate 72 4<
Pearl 1 08 "
Diamond 1 60 "
Determined to spare no expense in making their
establishment as perfect as possible, they have re
cently got up a complete set of the justly celebrated
scotch-Cut Lsttdl. from Diamond to English, to
which they particularly ieviu attention.
Having lately made numerous additions to their
stock of Fancy Tvpes. Borders, Ornament*, 4c., their
assortment is now unrivalled in the United States;
and their improved methods of casting, and of pre
paring metal, enable them to furnish orders in a
manner to insure satifaction. .
Printing Presses, Cases, Stands, Chases, Gallevs,
Printing Ink, and every article used in a printing of
fice, constantly on hand, at the lowest rates.
Second-hand Press ee, and Type used only in sterco
tTlSSat5i^SfMisic, Labels, Ac., Ac., stereo
typed with correctness and despatch.
KB. Specimen Books will be^toPnntrti! who
wish to make order*. 1*. JOHNW> A CO^
dec 3^? >o. 8 Sansom street.
, . RICH FUB8F0K LADIES.
T?iS^u.^?s^d*^ ta?* *v ?*???? of
m?ffi?l?SgS?c>mt "d T <^pa?
HUDSON'S BAY SABLES,
BAUH AND STONE MARTIN,
FiTCH MARTIN, CHINCHILLA -
r , f CANADIAN MINK. BLACK LYNX;
?rtJek ln *?*? recogni.ed by taste
and fashion, are beautifully represented at thei- <s*w.
*ii!?nd *pf Et *^tl8&cto*T prices, at Brown s M?r
ble Building. Pennsylvania avenue. dee la
HEAD DRESSES, LACE. ASD s\ak
cJr CaP*J~I ilAT* Jnst received from the North
a new and choice assortment of the above article*
which Iinrite the ladies to call and examine
Fine Chinele Head Dresses ' '
Lace Coiffuer Caps
Mary Stewart Caps
Opera and Fancy Caps
. , A. TATE, Agent.
d>c 16 Penn. are, btw. loth and llth ats.
PARKER'S FANCY 8T0RE,
AC ARD?Havingjust returned borne with the
I M80rt??nt of USEFUL AND FANCY AH
?T??Ptn?1 in ^MWngton city, we invite our
twTttV^nt?* at 0Ur 8tock' M we wn now afford
them at twenty Ave per cent. less than former price* h<
Ext?^tt 2f?rt m08t 0f 0ur 1)681 good!' Our
S*t?fSrt!? can now afford to sell at fiftv cents p<
^ntyflTe cents; our Gloves
?'r!fa , ps' "nd sharing material. a!?o
are manufactured for our trade, and need no praise
from us, as the public already know them. Our Toil
tSL'SSTJETT^8re?n8UrPa*? d. and our prices
hare been grea'ly reduced. ^
. PAllK'ERS'S Fancy mil Perfumery Store.
-<iecla ut,J-r National Ilcil
H
F. A. TUCKER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
I a IXVSM NATIONAL HOT LI,
?? L prepu,<> ln his usual stvle. to supplr
his customers and the public with the ratio!
m?w?SK.mg *PP*rel aW*"aiI'-?K '? a gmtfc
?r^ hfJitS 1C?nnn!SV'ld str*?Sere> ^siting thi- city
?f! to ,ca11 ??nme hi? poods. count
ing of Cloths of various grades, eolors, and manatu, .
tures, and all sorts of Ca^imeres. Vesting*, Ac. dee 1?;
HENRY KTJHL
T> ESPECTFULLY informs his patrons and the nub
XL lie, that his NEW HESTAL'RAXTL? now o^a
and he will endeavor to keep every article that hixcu?tr?
mers may desire, of the best quality.
r5^.Vl?.t.T<"T,.l?|,^.Wtc 'A<:- a,?" tours.
?Ar t ? 8uPPlled *3 the most approved brand*
of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
Soups and Oysters supplied to families.
_dec_4 Penn. Av. north side. bet. 12th A 13th st?.
IGNATIUS F. HUDD, MERCHANT TAILOR
D street between Tth and 8tli street*!
AS just receivwi a choice assortment of all the
makes of cloths, consisting of:
Cassimers, \ estings, Silks, Cashmeres and fancy
\ elrets. Also, 3
Gent's. Cravats, Glcvcs, Suspenders, Shirts, Ac
h*mv,tes Mention of his customer s
K^nerallv. He will 0|,er ^ s0 low
that they can t fail to please those who wish topurchaf#
a good article. lie is determined to spare no rains in
endeavoring to please.
ALL GARMENTS
made at hi? establishment are warrented to jrivc eu
Ure satisfaction. To those who purcha;-e their iroods
from stores, he would 8ay that they ran have them
made in the be*t manner and at the shortest notiee
All work entrusted to him will be done promptly
and In the beet manner.
Punctuality being the life of trade, he is determined
to stand by that motto, trusting to his friends and the
public to sustain him.
P. 8. A lot of Over-coats for sale low. {dec 1G
GTK;Ycer' cheese, bick
150 boxes Goshen Cheese
35 tubs and firkin Butter
25 boxes English Dairv Che&se
2,500 lbs. prime Family buckwheat Flour '
60 boxes Starch
? * McrriU's Yeast Powders
2d do Babbitt's do
20 boxes ground Coffee
60 lbs. Nutmegs
25 doten Mustard, % and y. cases
JO boxes pure Pepper, ground
10 dozen pure Cayenne Pepper
15 boxes Hull <4: Son,s Toilet soap
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 CortL
50 gross Matches
Now landing irom New York, per schooners Fair
lax and Arlington, and for sale wholesale aud retail hr
deglS SAM'L B ACON k CO. '
CHAMPAGNE Wiarrcsi, BRANDY',
Ac.?Just reo* ved a Urge supj> v
of Champagne Wines, direct impo: ations fromllavr. ?
175 baskets, quarts, and pint*,, in perfect = order, ot
high grades and selected brand*, lor this mark. t.
Ileidseick's, Boker's, 'V'erzanaj'
Bocha's, Moelt's, MacSaturne Inoys, Ac.
Also, a few half-pipes of old superior pure Brandies
Otard's, Hennessey's, Old London Dock, Jean Louip.
Martel, and A. Seignette Brandiea.
WINES.
Madeira, Pale and Brv.wn Sherries
Old Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, Sparkling Hock
Stein Wine, Chateau Margeau
Claret, St. Julian, Maraschino, and Curracoa and
Anniseed Cordials
English Pickles, Brown Stout and English Ale. kc
Chow-Chow, Sardines. Ac. For sale bv
GEO. A THOS. PARKER & CO.
dec 16? Opposite Brown's Hotel.
YOUTHS', BOYS', AND CHILDRENS
Fashionable Ready Made Clothing and
Outfitting Establishment.
ALL k 8TEPUENS, Pennsylvania avenue, be
, . tween 9th and 10th streets, first doorea>tof thp
Iron Hall, would respectfully invite parents and guar
dians to their original and only Boys' Clothing and Out
fitting Establishment in this city, where they wfll And
the largest and most extensive assortment of Boy?
Winter Clothing of all grades and qualities eve/ offered
ln this city, consisting of Over Coats, Jackets Pantaloon,
Yeats, Shirts, Drawere. Socks, Suspenders, Belts, Hat;,
Caps, Shoes, Ac., Ac., which we will fell cheaper thsn
similar goods can be bought in this city, and wannul
to please in all cases. ' dec K>
GEORGE W. COCHRAN,
Wholesale and Betail Cigarand Tobaceo lealer,
SEVENTH 8TEEET, BETWEEN D AM* L.
KEEPS constantly on hand the largest fuaortmt ntoi
8M0KTN0 AND CHEWING TOBAC 0. CIWAR?.
SNUFF, and erery other article kept by the trade to be
be found in the city, to which he calls the attention ol
dealers, as it is his determination to tell at the l<Swf?t
Northern prices. All goods warranted aa represented
or no sale. der 1G
VEW AND CHEAP FANCY STORE.
jLi Just received a further supply of Com hs, Brush
es, Porte Monetae, fine French and fpanibh Fan*, set*
K>rs, Ladies' Work Boxes, Plaving Cards, French an 1
Qerman Toys, Dominoes, Bay Rum, Ac. and for sale by
A. LAMMOND,
7th street, two doors below F
!?? A liberal discount made to those that buy to
sell again. der- i1
SHAWLS OF EVERY KIND.
WE hare this day received the following, which we
are determined to sell cheaper than the sam?
;an be bought here or elsewhere:
120 Bay btate and Wateriett Mills l^cg' chawls,f
p.,50 to $15.
Iu0 square Shawls, all prices
250 Terkary, Cashmere,and printed Sha?lB. a
20 Cashmere long Shawls, very superiora?d
75 Cri<pe Shawls, plain and ett>brt>i
?lored. YERBY k MILLER. '
corner of 7th street and f*enn. avenue,
dec 1C Miss DermottV New Buildiu/;.
Ladies* cloaks and cAFEsT*iih ?
splendid assortment of Cloak Cloths, and all the
rarious shades, Wide Mantilla Velrete, Brocha. Crap?i.
Jay State, and Printed Cashmere Sha wis, just recHrt d
it the Dry Good Store of
MAXWELL, SEARS A COLLET,
dec 4 Penn a?, between 9th and 10th
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