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THERE will be fouad lit tbe extensive ware
rooms of the subscriber, on Seventh struct, ora>o
site Exchange Bank of Seidell, Withers, A Co., the
most magnificent Parlor Furniture, of richest rose
wood, oak, walnut, and mahogany, upholstered in the
be&l manner, with Fr nch brucatelle, plush, and hair
Also, elegant Cottage Chamber Furniture, enamel
led and beautifully ornamented.
Mahogany and walnut Wardrobes, bureaus, Wash
closets, and Bedsteads of every variety and style.
Dining room Furniture of every description.
Chairs of all kinds and qualities.
Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Feather lieds, Bolsters
and l'iliows; together with u general and very ex
pensive assortment of articles in the house-furnishing 1
w ue, all of which will he sold 011 the most favorable
terms, and at the lowest prices, for cash or approved
No. 580 North Seventh street,
opp. Exchange Bank Seldeu, Withers, A Co.
kiv 13?ed3ni
481, Eighth Strtrt, near I'enn. Acenue,
HAH on hand an extensive and splendid assort
ment of ]iaper-hnng>ngs, including Bold, sutiu,
and common papers ; also, gold, velvet and gold, and
ooraiuou borders, together wilh 11 great vuriety of
panel papers of every description: consisting of
French, walnut, rose-wood, maple, ouk, and pine, with
ull their various mouldings una oruuments, which he
pu v up in the most workmanlike manner, and guar
antees satisfaction to all who may please to honor him
with their putrouage.
Also on tiuud, gold uud transparent, and white and
buff linen shades, also picture cords and tussols of
every description. nov. 13?Stawtf.
W" m7 M. WHUSTERaTc^N^ 38" op
posite Centre Market, between Seventh and
Eighth streets, have on hand (which lmve been pur
chased recently) one of the largest and most uttruct
ive stocks of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods to
be found in any retail establishment south of New
York, comprising in part the following, viz:
60 p'ecew French Merino, in all of the most desira
ble oo'ors, such us royal purples, brown, green,
?node, tan, muzurcne blue, sky blue, crimson, scarlet,
und a splendid stock of blacks, of ull qualities, any
of whicu we will offer very cheap for cusu, or to such
customers as pay us very promptly.
SOpiccesof splendid new style Plaid French Merino,
comprising (beyond doubt) the largest stock, and the
most beautiful assortment to be found in the District:
and we advise any lady in wunt of a handsome Plaid
Dress to look ut ours before purchasing.
200 pieces fancy, plaid, brocade, plain, and stri|>cd
Bilks, from fifty cents up, any of which we will sell
very choap for cash.
50 pieces rich, glossy, black Silks, comprising the
largest assortment in tne city?some very good black
Silks at seventy-five cents.
(50 pieces black Bombazines and Alpacas, and at
very low prices. Our stock of Mourning Goods is
very large, and well assorted, and families in want of
large quantities of bluck goods of uny one kind will
alwuys be able to supply their wants ut our store,
u id ut the very lowest retail prices any where; in
fact our stock of Dress Goods is full mid complete,
from a fip calico up, and is woll worthy to be ex
a nineil by any about purchasing goods in our line of
In this department we can show tho greatest va
riety of any other house in this city; and as we pay
very particular attention to tho shawl trade, we gen
erally have a great variety of styles, not to be found
elsewhere. In our assortment will be found a full
stock of Brocha long und squuro Shawls, from $5 to
$35; und a very extensive assortment of heavy wool
len, plaid, long and square Shawls, from >2 up.
Carpetings, Oil-Cloths, Ac.
We also have on hand, a very choice assortment, of
Three-ply and Ingrain Carpeting, which we will of
fer very cheap for the money.
nov 18?eoOt [Nat. Int., and News.]
4*0 CENTS FOR GLOVES.?I liuvc this
Yf/w day opened my second lot of 82 dozen supe
rior Kid Gloves, whicn 1 will sell ut tho above price.
Nos. from 03^ to 8, in black, white, and colorcd.
I take pleasure in recommending the above to my
customers, as I know them to be equal, and indeed
superior, to many of the gloves sola in this city for
75 and 87 cents.
Sole agent in this place for Jouvin's beautifully
fitting and unrivalled French Gloves, price 87 ocuts.
nor lft~d3t No. 19 Centre Murket Space.
We are uow receiving the largest stock of Gas
Fivtures ever offered in this city, comprising every
variety of style and finish. They have been selected
from the celebrated factory of Cornelius & Co., Phila
delphia, and include all of their patterns.
Owing to a reduction in price of Gas Fixtures, we
aro now prepared to furnish them at a loss rate than
they have ever yet been sold here or elsewhere.
To keep pacc with the above improvement the price
of gas tuning has been materially reduced, una our
increased facilities warrants us in saying that we are
prepared and can execute any work we may under
take chsapcr and better than uny other establishment
in this city.
Plumbing und Gas Fitting Establishment,
Pennsylvania avenue, south side,
nov 18?dtJan. 1 btw. 10th and 11th (its.
fWlHE subscribers respectfully inform their friends
Jl and the public generally that they have opened
a Cigar and Tobacco Store on Seventh, between G
arid 11 streets, No. 480, where may be found all the
choice brands of Cigars und Tobacco.
Their motto is to please, and all they ask is a trial.
nov 18?lw* BPCHLY A CONNELL.
CHARLES C. TUCKER, Washington,
Attorney and Agent for Claims, and Commission
er of Deeds for all the States; revolutionary, naval, iu
valid, and half-pay pensions obtained; also bounty land
for services in all the wars in which the United States
have been engaged, and for the services of volunteers
in the Texas Revolution of 1*88. Having copies of
all the muster-rolls of the Texas Revolution, he is
prepared to give prompt attention to the claims of all
who served, and of the heira of those who died or
were killed while in the service.
Office and residence, No. 618 Maryland avenue,
nov 18?-uAwly
? 4 H. SIMS, Practical Plumber, Sev
I ? wuli street, near tho Bridge, opposite Centre
Market, Wa hington, I). C.?Lifl and Force Pumps,
Hydraulic Rams, Hydrants, Fountains, Bathing Tubs
arid Shower Bath" Fixtures, Marble Wash Basins,
Water Closets, Iron Sinks, Copper Boilers, Ac., of
every description, put up on the most approved prin
XW Will remove, on the 20th instant, at the old
stand, Seventh street, opposite Intelligencer office.
nov 18?tf
IfTE arc now opening a magnificent
j w assortment of Fancy Goods, of English,
French, German and American manufacture, em
bracing many things for presents, slid at pricas cal
culated to please a". We enumerate, in part; Jewel
Caskets, Albums, Cabas, Mantel Ornaments, Shell
Baskets, Port-Monuaiea of pearl, shell, silver, velvet,
cslt and moroeoo; Card Cases, Work Boxea, Porta
ble Desks, Combs and Brushes of every description,
Sewing Dirds, Jet Ornament*, PerfUmes, Money Belts,
Accord eons, Shaving Cases, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Also, constantly on hand. Gold and Silver Watches,
and all kinds of Jewelry, Clocks, Ac., together with
many things not necessary to enumerate, and to
which the attention of the public is invited.
No. 428 I'enn. Avenue, near Four-and-a-half st.
nor 18?eo8t
rrtlfK I'.aile Gas-Fitting and Plumbing
? Establishment, on tho corner of Gth street and
Pennsylvania avenue are now receiving the finest
assortment of Chandeliers and Gas Fixtures ever of
fered to the citizens of Washington, and at tbe same
time " cheaper than the cheapest." All that la ne
cessary is to give a call to be convinced of this (act.
The superior facilities of this house enables them to
sell their goods and do work at a less rate than any
of the retailers of this city.
Thankful for the rery liberal patronage of the citi
zens of Washington and vicinity, ths proprietor as
sures them that with the addition of a number of the
best gss fitters and plumbers of Philadelphia and
New Yortato his present large forcc, he will be able
to do all work iu both branches in the most superior
style, and, as before stated, cheaper than the cheap
est. JNO. REESE,
nor 18?
WILLIAM 8. CROWLEY, Bookseller snd Sta
tioner, No. 148 Baltimore street, noar Calvert,
opposite Carroll Hall, keeps constantly on hand a
complete assortment of Books, in every department
of literature.
Also, Wank Ilooks. School Books, letter Paper, Cap
Paper, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, and every variety of
Fancy and Staple Stationery.
All the new books rooeived as soon as published.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at the very lowest |
Subscriptions received for all the Papers and Mag
axines published.
Agent, for the "American Organ," and all the
American Books and Papers published.
nor 13
Cabinet Maker and Undertaker of Funerals,
At short notice,
No. 81 ROSS Street, near Eutaw,
Baltimore. nor 18
A HyWl Collector and General Agent, ot
fr;.. ,.?* *nt' residence No. 61 North A street, Caul
tol HilL (euoceasor to I. C. Weed. Esq., who is now
?, si t,r?eJj Foundry, near Georgetow n. D.
j ,) Agent for the Empire State and Rensselaer Fire
Insurance Companies, and the American Mutual Life
Insurance Company of New Ilaven. Connecticut,
1 rofessor Wlliman, President; Dr. H. C. Busey, Med
ical Examiner. J
H-v? Insurance promptly and safely done on liberal
aiul reaiuitiMe terms.
N. H. Orders through the city post office will
meet prompt attention.
nov 18?ly
Roth well <v iihown, auction.
eers aud Commission Merchants, Lou
isiana avenue, opposite the Bunk of Washington will
give attendance to all business committed to'their
charge, and will make sales by auction of ull descrip
tions of property, real or personal. They re.uecfully
solicit It aliure ot the patronage of the public.
' "u? ttro now opening ana arranging for sale an
extensive assortment of
Of every variety, to which they invite the attention
of persons furnishing.
Thoy have on hand a supply of
will bhortly be provided
All of which will be disposed of at private salo.
nov 18?2aw2m
More New (.oodg?Cheaper than ever.
GREAT bargains to bo had, by calling at R. O.
HYATT'S, No. 875, Seventh street, third door
above I street.
|2'?,ooo worth of rich and chsice
together with a very large atid complete assortment
of Boots, Shoes, Brogaus, Hat*. Caps, Bonnets, and
Ribbons ; just received, and will be sold at unheard-of
low prices, for cash.
I would enumerate in part?beautiful Plaid Silks,
at fit) and 62^ cents, usual price 75 and 87 cent*.
Also, some very suoerior Plaid Silks, front 75 cents
to $1 00; very rich lustre black Gros do Rhine Silks,
from 60 cents to $1 6o; ladies' French Cloak Cloths,
of every shade, with trimminjga to match; French j
Merinos, all wool and twilled on both sides, of every
color, at 76 cents, usual prico $1 00; 1,000 yards Co
burg Cloths (good imitation of French Merinos) of
every shade, from 26 to 60 cents; very rich all wool
I laid Merinos and Raw Silks, at 60 and 6'iU cents,
regular price 76 cents and *1 00; beautiful Alpaca I
and Gala Plaids, at 25 and 87% cents; 1 piece yard
wide Black Silk Velvet, extra cheap; 1,500 yards
plain de Laincs, of all colors, at 8 cents, richly worth
twelve; 2,(>00 yards figured do Laincs, at ten and
12 cents, usual price 18# and 18^ cents; 2.600 yards
figured de Laities, at IS cents; these would be cheap
at 25 cents ; 1,200 yards, very fine French Ginghams,
at 12 and 10 cents, usual price 16 and 26 cents; 1,000
yards good fast colored Ginghams, at 6V. worth 10
cents; 6,000 yards yard-wide Kurniture Calico, at (!>/
cent*, richly worth 10; 20 yards good fast colored Cal
ico, for $1 00; 20 yards good bleached and brown Cot
ton for *1 00; a great variety of beautiful new style Cal
icoes, from ti3*4 to 12^ cents ; 2 bales good and heavy
yard-wide brown Cotton, at 6% and 8 oents, richly
worth 8 and 10 cent*; 8,000 yards good bleached and
brown Cotton, at 5 cents, worth ? V ceuts; 1 case
black and white English Prints, at 6V ceuts, worth 8 ?
;ood bluck and white, and plain black de Laincs'
rain 12j,? cents up; sccond mourning plaid Meri
nos and raw Silks, very cheap. A very large assort
ment of
At extremely low prices. 25 pieces good Woollon
Flannels, at 12W cents. 100 pieces all Wool Flan
nels, of every color, from 20 to 76 cents. 26 pieces
Plaid Linsevs, 12}<f to 81}{ ceuts. 16 pieces Peni
tentiary Plaid Cottons. Tickings from 5 to 26 oents.
Table Cloths and Diapers very cheap. 100 dozen
Huckaback Towels, at 6% cents, worth 10. 15 pieces
good Kentucky Jeans, at 10 cents, worth 25. 50
pieces good Cassinets, from 25 cents up to 75. 15
pieces very heavy Country Cloth, suitable for negro
men. 5 pieces fine black Cassimere, at $1 00, worth
II 60. Fine black and fancy colored Cloths, very
cheap. 50 pieces new style Fancy Cassimeres, at
very low prices. A good assortment of Boys' Wear,
very cheap. 150 dozen prime country knit Sock#,
at 25 cents per pair. 20 dozen ladies' black lambs'
wool Hose, at 25 ceuts, worth 37100 dozen
black, white, and slate Cotton Hose, at (i^ cents
per pair. Ladies' black and colored Kid Gloves
from 81 cents to 76. Ladies' embroidered munlin
Underslecves, at and 12UT cents, and frain that
up to $1 25. Thread lace Collars at <V and 12 cts.
Also, embroidered Swiss and cambric Collars at
every price. Gents' Cravats, Stooks, Collars, Kid
Gloves, Suspenders, Undershirts, and Drawers, and
Pocket Handkerchiefs in great variety and verv
chcap. White and colored Spool Cotton at lSW cts.
per doze >. Also, in store, a complete stock of
Among which may be found, Ladies' Morocco Slin
|>ers and Ties, at 60 ottd 02^ cents. Ladies* Moroc
co Boojees, at 76 cents, worth II 00. Ladies' mo
rocco, goat, calf, and seal skin Btiskius, from 111 Oo
to|l 25. Ladies' foxed and tipped Gaiters, black
and colored, very cheap. Boys' and youths' good
Shoes, from 60 cents to |1 26. Boys' and youths'
Boots, at all prices. Gents' Oxford Ties ond Con grew
Gaiters, cheap. Mens' good Shoes, from 75 cents to
II 26. Men's jjood kip and calf Boots, from |1 60
to 44 00. Mens very heavy and superior Hungarian
Boots, from $2 60 to $3 60. MittHiV and chilaremi'
Shoes, of every kind ond ouolity, ttt all prices. A lot
of old fashioned Boots ana Shoes, at half the original
price. *
The above-named, with an endless variety of other
goods, too tedious to mention, will be sold at very
reduced prices, for cash.
I would invito all in want of cheap goods, to call
and examine my stock before pnrchasing elsewhere,
as I nm confident I can save them at least teu pet
cent. in their purchases.
Be particular and remember the place.
No. 875 Seventh street, third door above I.
N. B.?Country merchants and others, buying to
sell again, will find they also can novo money by call
ing on me. R. Q. H.
nov 18?8t
TOHE subscriber wishes to All particular atten
* ',ou ?<> his stock of Boys' aud Men's Ready-msde
Clothing, which must be closed out at cost for cash and
no humbug, as hereafter he intends to drop this branch
of his business. He has also a largs, select, and Ten
handsome suck of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vesting
which be will be happy to make up in the most fiA'
lonable style at short notice, and the lowest possible
figures, for cssh.
?J*0'*1 "Mention to the most bcan
tiftil Overcoat, of the latest Paris fashion, made up
exprwMilj for exhibition. *
No. 628 North 7th street, opposite Exchonge Bank
of Seidell, Withers, A Co.
nov. IS?ooftt [Int.]
Heal Estate Agency and Conveyancer.
rWIHE undersigned, having resided in Washington
* for the last twentv-four years, and bang well
acquainted with the citizens, particularly the lorire
German population of Washington city, offers Ins
services to person* desiring to purchase or sell Resl
Estate, or to rent and collect the rents. Ac. Ha baa now
.T^dc8lr?,b'e housc?. varying iu price from
. ? to W.060- with many vacant lots, eligibly situ
%r building, at all prices.
Thelindcrsigued is ready at all times to prepare
Deeds, Deeds of Trust, Deeds of Release. teEeS
Articles of Agreement, Powers of Attorney, in the
^nmrlirh UnK"?K?'. ?"d to examine titles
to property. Chiip? moderate in all canea
- 1*~lm No. 466 Eighth st. between D. and E.
50,000 lumber 4-4 tuli*''"*
6,000 Teet cherry 6-4 to 12-4
6,000 do do 4-4 aud 6-8
3? w?,nut cuftin bords, first quality
6,000 do do 4-4 to 12-i, wide and clear
a? 1" l?-?. of the best kind
6,<KX) do poplar 4-4
Just received and for sale by
... _ Twelfth street and canal i
nor 18?lw (Int., Star, A Bait. Clip.--80
]%J BOOKS.?Choap edition of Evangelical j
Ti Al,i*nce ,nx* Essay on Infidelity; by Rev
Thomas Pearson. 00 cents. I
JSSi!BRS v""
Memoir of Josish Pratt; by his sons. |] no.
Jeanie Morrison, or the "Discipline iff Life 76
ccnts. '
11^"?'" of CelebraM Chamcters; by Umsrtine.
v^emnlrs of Napoleon, His Court, and Family; 2
For sale by
- n0TI? 4B8 Seventh street.
CU,;nV,lS?A?!"> TOBACCO.-I roapectftilly ;
a?orlm.n.* trh;. R,tp"*,,|n the public to an extensive !
assortment of C igars and Tobacco The qualities can- I
m. wilTn!?"^ G.il? rae * ?nd '"m 1
I"" ' ,e w,thout P"rchssing. Mr store is |
Zoft.&'tr,r'ak "v*n""' ^ ^ 1
nov 18?l,n ^ M TAB,'EMa^. Tohaooonist
- 11 , ,, J- S HOLLINOSHKAD. I
II or sale by
ILMAN8 Hair Dye baa in tide iU ap
\M peawnee in oar city, very muoh to the gratff
cation of our young buaui who wear red whisker* or
UWUchios. Gentlemen are now sueii going into our
llnd ^h"UR "'P01}? with t*ir. whiskers, mueUchiou,
minu^. .^W" ^1 luwgiMble colore, and in five
^ ".'"J w'^ appear ou street having them
tmnl^ "L"40?? -' *?? dec'dedly improved by a lui>
H^U by UBin^ Oilman'# Dye.?Sor
For aule by Z. D. OILMAN, Chemist,
Washington city.
UOaiE REMEDIES.-The"Compound
. , riT 1 'ectorul in the best and surest, and
most palatable cough remedy over ottered to the pub
lic; it will cure the worat cold or cough possible, und
to the only article that will afford rel&f to consump
tives without husteuing their end. Try it, and you
wi. ,?0UTi2.ce<'- ,'nce ar' and 50 cents per bottle.
1 ue liKUH Couuh Candy in also un excellent and
very palatable mcdioatcd compound, aud in well
adapted to children and others who are prejudiced to
medicine in other forms. Price 1$V and 25 cents
per package. For sale at
^ ? J- W. MOORE'S
nov 18 l!1*1' avenue, opposite 7 buildings.
tremendous excitement at
No. 373. i
ARRIVAL of the largest Stock of Goods iu the
Northern Liberties.
buy where you cun buy cheapest, and you will
surely go to
Jo niy numerous friends who have patronized me
so liberally, I tender thanks for past favors?to them
II need say nothing?facts speak louder than words,
io those who have uot favored me with a call, I
would say, call and see, und satisfy yourselves, that
you may indeed save money by purchasing at my
store, where you will fiud tliat the goods not only
compare with, but exceed, any iu point of STYLE
and CI1LAI'MCSS ever offerer! in this market. The
stock consists in part of the following:
Good black Silk, only 25 cents, l'lain and figured
Del.aines, 8 cents, original cost 12 cents. Vard
wide Merino at the unheard of price of 12 cents
Jyne al wool, plain.l>e Luiiic*, 31 cents, worth 60. i
Uood Alpaca, only 12 cents. Fine Persian Cloths, of
every shade, 12 cents, worth 25. Lupin's best French
Merinos, all wool, 75 cents. Very fine new style
Cashmere, 33 cents, worth 60. beautiful figured i?c I
Lames 10 cents, usual price 25.
Long Undersleeves, only 0 cents. Infants' Em
broidered Waists, 37 cents, worth 75. Very good
Chemisettes, 18 cents. A large assortment of Ladies' I
Collars, at 0 cents. Cambric Flouncing, 81 cents, !
original cost 42 cents. Good styles of Calico, ut 4 i
and di cents. Fast-colored Culicoes, 0 cents, worth
10. Laniex Handkerchiefs, at the low price of 4 eta.
Ladies Kid Gloves, only 25 cents. Also, a large as- !
sortmout of Ludiea' and Gentlemens' black, white,
and colored hid Gloves, warranted the best in the
country, lllack and colored Hose and half Hose, #
cents. V erv fine black, white, and colored Hose, 12
cents, worth 25. Woollen Hunnels, at 12 cents.
Very fine do at 18, worth 81. Silk warp Flannel,
very fine and cheap. Ladies' worsted Mitts, 4 cents.
A large assortment of plaid and other ribbons, from
b to 75 cent*. Patent leather belts, only 8 cents.
1 ersous in want of Calico for comforts, can get 25
yards for $1. *
All wool Cassimere, 50 cents, original cost 76 cts.
Very good Cassincts at the unprecedented price of 18
cents, tine erimno Cloth, 20 cents, worth 87. Fine
towels, 6 cents.
, "r/'rTJ3 H.ilk, Cravats, 25 cents. Boys' silk
I ocktt handkerchiefs, 12 cents. Geutlemen's do "ft
cents worth 50. Gentlemen's do LloT^d LorderTd
nlalS ' in Ce", ' W?rtlh 87' Ver-v '"W fast-colored
plaid do., 10 cents, worth 26. Gentlemen's lino Shirt
bosouis, 2o and 50 ceuts. Gentlemen's Drawers and
cheap " 87 CelltB UP' Ludius' Ve8t3> extra
blankets from 50 ceuts to fft. Pins, 3 cents per i
paper Needles, 2 cants do. Colored and white
Spool Cotton, 12 ceuts per dozen. Gentlemen's lined
burhn Gloves, 12 ccnts, worth 37. Gentlemen's lined
leather Gloves, 12 cents, worth 87.
assortment of GENTLEMEN
AND bOi b HA1S AND CAPS, from 12 cents up.
in my *
will be found yard-wido bleached Cotton,? cts., worth
10. line Shirting do. at 6yt ccnts. Yard wide do.
10 cents, worth Hu. 4-4 very fine do. 12 cents,
worthy 19. 4-4 bleached Sheating, lo celts, worth
in Unbleached Cotton, 6 ceSs, worth
'!'? verj- fine do 8 cents, worth 10. Good Apron
Check, 8 cents. Unbleached Canton Flannel only 6
cents. In mv J
will be found an endless variety of Ladies', Gentle
men s, and Children s Boots, Shoes, Slippers, and
Gaiters, comprising all the new and desirable styles
bat have beau introduced this season, consisting in
part of Misses Slippers, 25 ceuts. Ladies' Gaiters
? 7J"l??do;'.?ew *' 75, sold in other
houses at 60. Mitses Colored Guityrs, (52 and 75
cents. Misses I atent Leather boots, 62 ccnts. La
3 .Kl;i Iioj;,\fi7 ccn's. *i 25. Ladies' Pa
tent-leather buskins, 76 cents, worth >1 25. Gen
tlemen s Heavy Boots, f l fio, worth #3 50. Bovs'
boots, very good, *1. Mens' and Bor.' Browns in
great variety. Gentlemen's fine Calf boots, War
ranted. Hungarian Hunting Boots. Double-sole
Bwu' N"Heon Kipaki"
h?!t'r itDi?M'b^ ^ enumer?t' a? <be bargains I
have to offer Purchasers will, therefore, please call
confidence in
nU"'y UMUrp*^ i?
^Don't forget the store with fr*a awning^u in
No-f8 Seventh street, 4th'doi)r above' I.
nov 13?eo8t
THE undersigned will oontiuu* to practice in the
|variouH courts of this District, and attend to tho
probation of all cbasea of clainu a^afn^ tbe^ov
ernment. He will also attend to the unfinished agen
cy business of Vospasian ElUs, Esq. *
F Monlton, Es<p is anth.'rir?l^<?ci^np^'l'f'my
both*, connected with claims upon thePgorern
nov 1??ly V. ELLIS.
2*000?USHEI'N ^Wood-burnt Lime, which
white stone, and is well
TiPi^U'rin^' -nd' ftjr,tnT
purposes. This lime is in good order, and I would
invite all those using the article to come and examino
for themselves aud try it* qualities. ?
..h rJ.T n?itUe ?f White and Red
UkUfc /l i?l0k?!7' ??l Fine W.kk1 ; all of
which will be sold as low as the market will afford
nov 18?dim rBer ^ ? N"' "
I^UniERLAirD COAL-We hav, on ^
''U wharf a cargo of the Cumberland Coal and Iron
L" 3"per nr ??*L Owumere of Cumberland
coal would do well to try this srticle, which we will
deliver carefully scrceued in all cases.
nov 10??t Office corner of C and 12th sts.
E*Inb!8lhVf; Wm,U The iub
W??l ?r. '. 7 Purcj|Med the entire stock of
w C p ,un r""*11 W" Wh,,4> ?" long ,ud fa
iT JD0.WD.to ?*>? "tiseos of Washington, as an
upright dealer in the article of Wood, beg" live ^
announce to the customers of his predecessor and the
bSZLZTA ** b* intends r^!nr?t
tms.neas at the old stand on Canal street a few yards
east of Seventh street bridge, where he will endeavor
wo!^L of* ihl ^7 * *UPP'-V "" kind? "f
of,I,^? ^7* quality, at fhe most reasonable
nov 1??3m THOS. a BUTLER.
another opportunity WilThe o?b^d
~~ t,""\ Persons who have uot laid in tliefr
* ! ^ * ?"pply of Coal to do so, at twenty-five cents
s ton lower than the market price, by taking it from
the vessels npon their arrival. The n?i u-iff i. !?
Philadelphia, and iif the best qualities, both red and
?l?!d he left.tour
yard Immediately no ?th, between D and E streets
Terms caah-i,240 I be. to the ton
_nov 13?8t VOCNO A MOORE.
tractom and bnild<*ra can he supplied at nil
^CVrith,l>0T'^ hllnd*> M.mkiinSbSm
and Newels, of (Mlk, walnut, maple, ?SZ?d'
yellow pine J also, all kinds of scroll and ^icv'san
ing and turning and all other work which the first
class steam machinery can execute
ly on hand a good supnly o/uie very best Nwe<l
ranJriws' hw ? iT 6,1 b,,t 'hat are war
ranted IVeah and healtKy. Phyaicians in the ctmnfrv
can be sui>phi!d at tho shortest notice. Corns n
moved without pain or drawing bl.HHl, and instant
SXrtrtl Mr Cm,AT" n<?t Phictise lulv
Lou",iana Avenue, No. 4fl, near Sixth
nor 18?enl in
* senber oontinoes to pink ruffle* flouni??
estruotic^P<*' *Carf'1' kc > 11"- short
Umbrellas snd parasols renaired. A general assort
ment of umbrellas for sale by aasort
v I'rthCE,
nov 18 ' ennsylvania av., near 12th street.
pOH SALL OK LEASE.?A number of itn
" , "npj'oyed loU for sale or lease, located in varioua
parts of tiie city. IT Wtitf
nov 18?dtf WARD.
For (lie Promotion und Encourutfcmeut of
Manufactures, Commerce, and (he
Mechanic aud Useful Art*,
WILL be opened at the citv of WushingLou ou
Thursday, the ?lh day of Ftbiuury. Js&t>, in
the now and splendid hall or the Smithsonian Insti
tution, which is one of the most uiiiguilioeut room* in j
the United Suites.
To this Exhibition the Manufacturers, Mechanics,
Artiste, Inventors, and all others desiring to displuy 1
the results of their lubor, skill, ingenuity, and taste, I
from uU portion* of the Union, uro cordially invited
to contribute.
The Machinery Department will be under the I
charge of u special superintendent. H(etun-powvr, ,
fixtures, labor, Ac., will be givon free of expense.
AH intending to exhibit are requested to give no- 1
tiee at as early a day as possible. Goods should be
acoouipauicd with a proper invoice.
The committee, therefore, feel that, in inviting con
tributions, from all jKirlions of the Union to the Stc
uiul JiMtitiou o/ tluf Mt tnr/AjhtiiK Ma/iaiti'v' JntUiuk,
they are offering to the producer of excellent articles
a valuable opportunity of making known to the
whole country their novelty and utility, the superior
style of their workmanship, and their xduptatlou to
the purposes for which they uiuv be Intended.
Tliev would respectfully solicit from the Ladies
those specimens of elegant handiwork which hereto
fore have formed so attractive aud important a fea
ture of these displays. It is proposed to submit nil
such contributions to a committee of ladies, and to
award to articles of merit premiums of jewelry, Ac.,
suited to the tastes of the fair exhibitors.
The hall will be 0]<encd for the reception of poods
on Monday, the 20th day of January, aud oil the
evening of Thursday, tliu't-th of February, at seven
o'clock, the Exhibition will be formully opened for
the reception of visiters, and continue open about
four weeks.
_ No artielc deposited after Saturday night, !)d of
February, can be entered upon tho Judges' Lists for
competition or premium except such us the commit
tee shall be satisfied were dispatched from a distance
in time to have reached the hall by that day, but
failed to arrive from unavoidable detention.
Articles designed for exhibition only will be re
ceived free of cnargu until Tuesday night, nth of Feb
ruary, at 10 o'clock; after which time depositors will
be subject to a charge of from 50 cents to 00 for
eueli article deposited.
Apprentices and minors who contribute articles of
their own make or invention shall specify their age
and the time they may have served at their business.
All articles deposited for competition and premium
must be of American manufacture, conspicuously
labelled with appropriate names, the name of the
maker and inventor, (if known,) and the name of the
depositor; a copy of which label must be furnished
the clerk at the time of bringing the goods for entry
on the record. Prices may bo affixed or not, at the
option of the exhibitor.
Depositors, at the time of entry, will receive a
ticket of title to their goods, whicfi ticket will ulso
udmit them to the exhibition at all times when open
to the public.
N. B. Goods should be addressed a* follows " Ex
hibition of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute,
Washington, 1). C.," and should have the nature of
the urticles and tho nainn of the party sending them
distinctly markud on the packages, 'l'liey shou'd
also be accompanied by a detailed invoice.
Circulars containing detailed instructions will be
forwarded, and any information given on application
to the corresponding secretary, to whom all commu
nications on the business of' the Institution should
be addressed. nov 1.'!?!Jta\v8w
Improved Stereoscopic Likenesses.
7he yriaUtl improcenent tver made in the Photo
graphic Art.
And in Oil Colors, far exceeding any style of portrai
ture ever offered to the public, and at a snpill cost.
1'his establishment possesses many advantages
over others in this city, having a skylight with over
20o feet of glass, and thereby enabling the artist to
make likenesses of children almost instantaneously.
Portraits are made in this ?establishment from
A. M. to sun set, and equally well in cloudy as fair
weather, except of children. "
No likenesses but tho best will be sold at this gal
lery, as he intends every picture which he gives to
be a lasting advertisement of his work.
? I'*I?cul,,r attention will be paid to copying Paint
ings, Engravings, Statuary, and Daguerreotypes. For
taking these copies he has an instrument made for
the purpose, and used only in this citv nt
no. 424 and 428, over Lane & Tucker's
nor 18-?tf building, Pennsylvania s venue.
PEIO LET.?A comfortable three-stray brick dwcl
M. ling in good repair, surrounded Br fine shade
trees, nnd having a pump of excellent water in the
yard, situated on K streetnoith, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets west, immediately opposite
rninklin Square. Rent f25 per month. Possession
may be had immediately.
Applv to J. c. MeKF.LDEV,
No. 116, F st. north, bet. 6th uud 7lh sis. west,
nov 18?tf
MARKER S I nncjr und Perfumery Store.
* ? e are just opening a huge nnd fresh supply
of Fine Fresh Toilette Articles, which our cutttomem
will find, as usual, to be Uie vorv best article im
ported. PARKKRS
Fancy, Comb, and Perfumerv Store,
Pennsylvania avenue, under Naiioiiul Hotel,
nov 13?8yf
A. vi* JDraller ??<l Tailor,
? Morflt s Building, Foiir-and-and-n-half street
respectfully informs his friends and the oitisen* of
Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, that he
koeips always on hand a choice selection of the best
and most popular makes of Cloths. Cassimcrc*, und
\ estings, .together with u good supply of the Inst
Trimmings, and will make to order giimicuts in the
most elegant manuer, f plain or fancy,) to plenr-e the
taste* of all who may favor him with' a call.
N. 11. Prices moderate, and terms cash,
nov 18?eolm
M t'FEIUOR Watches, Diamond, und
Jewelry, Silverware, Ac ?H. O.
HOOD, at No. 418 Pennsylvania avenue, between
Four-and-a-half aud Sixth streeU, keeps on baud
and is constantly receiving direct, from the Im
porters and manufacturers, the most bMtattd Ttme
II ntchtu, rich and fashionable Jewelry set with
splondid Diamonds, Itnhv, I'esrf, Oaiwet, Osmeo
Mosaic, and a varietv of other cbuu* rami
Also, pure Silver Spoons, Forks, Ladles, Knives,
Goblets, and all other kinds of Silverware, togetW
with a great variety of other articles usimlly kept in
a jewelry store. All of which be will sell at from 10
to 98 per cent, below the old established liigh-r'-je
?bone in this city, and at least as low as at any other
establishment in tiie United States.
Sign of tho Large Spread Eoyle.
N. B. Fine wstchea carefully repaired by a supe
rior and competent workman. New jewelry manu
factured to order, and all work wsrraiiti-d
nov 18?tf
| MM tola, Building Blocks, Box.- of Tools, (lames,
Magic Lanterns, Ac., at LAMMOND'S
| ""V U~eo3t Se^nl^lr^r
WIDE AM AKK? At the old estttblishcd
boot aud shoe factory, High street, where msv
i be found n lartfc and fitffhiojinblc nfwortnipnt of II<k?ta?
} *'"1 Shoes, comprising every varietv of stvle ami
| quality, and st the very low est market prices.
I Especial attention is invited to the following:
J-iir (JerUlt tn<n?
Fine calf Boots
Fine calf double soled Fear Naughts
Fine calf Congress Shoes
Fine calf Monroes
Fine calf Oxford Tics
fur IstAitt?
Whole tan colored Oaitcrs
Whole Black Gaiters
For -
Blaek and colored Gaiters
Black Morocco Boots
rouths, snd servants Shoes, coarse and fine
600 pairs ehildrens Boots, Shoes, and Ankle Ties, of
all colors and nir.es
Boots snd Shrs>s made to order of the best materia I
and workmanship, and at the shortest notice
nov 18?lm THOMAS BANGS.
Merchant Tailors, Bridge street,
Oue door oast of Bank at Commerce, Georgetown.
nov 13?ly
W?. c. HAGEEf '
Merchant Tnilor, and general dealer in
Bridge street, between Potomac and High streets,
nov 13?ly
received, and for sale wholesale and retail a
prime lot of Goshen and Glades Butter; also, a fresh
supply af roll Butter every week from Loudoun county
Virginia, at
? . . ? C. B. RICE'S
Provision Store, High street, between First and
* ?> N?. 9, Mnrket-hfinse.
a StTl ? *, pmprieUirs will
no well U) call and ciftmine my M-ock before imr
cnnwinp el?cwherf?. hof 18?1?n
iABINEl" nnd I'ntlertaking Business is
J still continued at tho esh.blishment of the late
William King, Congress strew, hetweeu the rann|
and Water street, where all orders will meet with
prompt attention. nov 18?Sw
aud fcv?r, lever a ^ thtt aid ?f those nonoua
dn~J;"PO?. V- **?+ ?'OT
than oue thousand Severe casts without oue fiulurt
lii-Aira asking the couttdenco ot the public, how
ever and without making any drafts uihid its or?d""
liiv 'the inventor of this medicine deairea to show that
7'y Phyakiun* the ' .
?? Having extensively used ' Deshler'* Anti-periodic
nine, the former <3 which sometimes opetaUs so dele
| teriouslj as HuaccunmlativciHJ'son.wcconM lli tUu
a sale and valuable remedy, ihat ought to bei will m ]
1 -each of every family that is Liable to chills aud fever.
| Vfour passional brethren we deemjt Puerto
i aav that we have been made acquainted with the
' composition of tliese pills, and tiud them strictly a
mtntilit prejMiratio*- Moreover, as they are prepartd
by an'apothecary of inoro tiian twenty J**?. u"
I . ^rieuee, we Can vouch that they are Ailfullv corn
pounded. Wo earnestly commend then, to the no
I tice of the profession, and believe they Will cure after
' all usual remedies have Mled." NKWRLL M D
A. 1>. NEWELL, M. I>.
In their own State both these gentlemen have an
extensive practice, and enjoy, U> ail enviable degree,
the coiilldeiico of'the public. There they wouM^ob
tain universal credit. But as we desire to pixpossi ss
every citizen of the United States with our truthful
ness and irood faith, we subjoin the following note
from a gentleman known and reverenced tlirouglio
l the Uuwn the Hon. Theodore I- relinghuysen, LL. D.
Xut<- from the Jfon. ThfJore FrMn'jhuyien.
"From the professional ciiuracter and refutation
of Drs. Newell, above named, Iand the esteem in wluc
S,f ^pie^ure W *2#thit any represent,;
tions made by them JS?SSr.''
Nbw BhCnswick, N. J., Jan. 1851
Owner to the floods of ipiack medicines with which
the country has been deluged, and which hare proved
so uniformly worthless, the discoverer of this remedy
has long hesitated to couia befoie tho public. Uaving
regard for his character, he has been .unw lllitig
classed Willi the pretenders who, undertaking to euro
all complaints with one remedy.miBcrabiy tail to curt
any, and he has feared that the public, which lab
been so often shamelessly deceived, would deny hi
its attention. He relies, however, that the above oer
titietttes give him a title to _iU confidence and atten
tion while making the following statement: t
We claim for our remedy the following p^nhon
tU* aud adcaiUutrc* by which it is distinguished irom
others. _
l'icaliuiitUti of Anti-Pornnlia Pill*.
1st. They exert a marked, specillc, and almost in
fallible anti-periodic power, by which they neutralize
the periodical aud constantly-recurring attacks which
characterize fever and auue Thelawby winch the
remedy acts overpowers the law of the diHcnsi .
"d "While tliev thus manifest great activity ami
power, they arc vet perfectly harmless. A well per
son (even if an infant) may take great quantities not
only without inconvenience, but without seeming
ellect of any kind. ,
:M. They never disagree with the weakest stomach,
almost instantly restore appetite,and break up that
distressing sense of bodily prostration which always
; acooiupaiiioa Una disease.
4th. They may bo taken without regard to age, box,
I diet, or drink, aud on a journey as safety as at hoine.
,'ith. They are uot only auti-periodic, but anti-DU
' ions also.
mli. They contain no aalt ol mercury, araemc, or
AdcaiUf fS of DtshUr't Fevtr aiul A'juc Rrtnedy.
1 st. It is not liquid. There is no danger of loss by
I evaporation, or by coming in contact with clothing.
?. It is perfectly portable. A dozen boxes may be
put in a Seidlit* powder box. One box niuy be sent
bv mail to aov part of the Union for six cents, ex
cept California or Oregon, or to those places tor
1 twelve cento. .
"d. It is tasteless and without odor. All othei
remedies for the disease ai-e bitter and nauseons, and
ure taken with difficulty by children or delicate per
"' ueshler's Anti-periodic or Fever and Ague Pills,
mav be procured at wholesale or retiuL of
* 1 ClIABLES 1>. DESIILER, Agent.
341 Briadway, New Y ork.
Price |1 per box; or, for the eonvcuicuoe of those
residing where it has not been introduced as yet, it
will be forwarded by Wail Repaid, 1Ui anyoue cii
closing 34 letter-stamps. m **]) l?rt of the Lnikd
1 Stales cxcept Oregvu aud Californai; or to these for
yp" ? liberal discount to dealers, and delivered in
: New York city free of expense.
nov 18?ly -
_ FOlt SAI.K !
rPIfOTiHTKRY and I'nin-r
(fW>m tlie best manufacturer*.) at 8.?8 Kevenui
' Ktrw-t, <>pt>osIte the Kxchange Hank.
IMHxIlASS MOOKE, uphol?ten rnnd |>ap?T hang
er has just received a large aud elegant assortment i t
1 roods of the latrat etyle, oouipriHing?
I Window Cornice*, Carta in goods and triuinungr,
Gimua, Loops, Cords aud Tasa? fc, l i ingcs Cmtaan
bauclsaiid elasnN Binga, Picture oord and tassils,
i Hair seatiaii. Webbing, Sofa and Chair Springs,
CuriedUai^Feathers, Khncks, Ac. All kinds of in
side Blinds, Vcnitian Blinds wide and narrow slata;
Patent Bced Blinds, Paper Blinds, Transparent W in
dow Shade*, buft ami white liollMld VJT bhadea.
Brass Fixture and Rotlera'lHr 3had^, Eumiture
Od Cloths, Table Covers, Col*. Ilmr, awTSMIUok Mat
tress, UlMikfta. IllUiws, ls.in.gw, I^rler, and
tllvuubor Kaar Chairs, Pew and <rth? Cushions, *o.
I Also, a variety of Paiier Hangings, ot new ?n<1
fashionable pstt'eros suitable for parlor*, draw
lap-rooms, halls, poB*a(re??. ""d chanibers ; U*eU?er
?Tth Borders, Columns, V lews, Starnes, f ire Screens,
i kc. . ,
i> MOOKE ntak(*? tnord?r, in the beat manner.
Window ami Bed Curtains. CsnwU, Cushions,
! Kentber B?sls, C'nrlfd Hair and Shuck Mattreasea.
! Veuituu Blinds; and all work in the Upho atonnp
and Paper Hanging business promptly attended to.
Steamboat and ship cabins furnished. Kooms,
i he.. pa|?'red at short notice.
? BCV 1^--^ , .
. JAMES W. (IB \Y, Balls Pond, I airfield
1 ounntv, t'onnccticut, cultivates one of the most ex
tensive and Mcll-rwtahliab. d Fruit Ntireerie* mtbe
country, growu from the i[Hit healthy slid Wrtfli
1 stocks, thereby pnalocing tha linest (jualitr of trees,
| and embracing all tlie rhoici st vurietK-sof every kiud
of ft-nit adapted lo this climaU-, vii:
I Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Cherry, Aprioot, Ncc
i tariue, and Quince Trrea.
Oraia- Vines- Isalielln and Catswba ; Ooose, Cur
| rant, and Kaaplierrv Buahea, and Strawberry Plants,
j of the beat imported varieties.
Also, Oruauteutal Trres, such as BuUsm, Spnrte,
Fir, Whit* l'ine, Tamarisk, Hemlock, Sugar Maple,
Arbor-Vitir, Ac., Ac.
! A large variety of Dwarf Pears on imported quince
Onhrs mav lie I ??CI with Bl SSEL ("1A\, who
' ran be seen ot iiM Eighth strei-t, or at (.ray A Hs
i lanty lie's Book Store, 4H8 Seventh street; also, with
i JOHN W. BIVKWEH, Columbia Pike, three miles
from the Long Bridge, Alexandria county, Va.
dot 18?3t ?
A. W1U.IAM II. HULL, (for several years an
Kxaniiner in the Pension OlHce,) wiU attend to the
prosecution of claims againet the Government, such
aa lkmuty l^nds, Pensions, Hack and Extr* Pay,
*'ilofcr to Hon. L. P. Waldo, Commissioner of Pon
aiona Hon. John W'ilt?>n, Commissioner OencrsJ
Land Oflice, ami to the tloads of Departments and
Bureaus generally.
nov I 1V ___________
Class O.?T? be drawn November 8o.
On* Pbizk to Tw*!?tt Ti< *?t* I
And remember, #W?f pri** *lrmvn .
Id,(MM) Tickets?.101 Hrixos 1
1 of.
1 of.
1 of.
, t 8,(XX)
o < m |A
1 of..
1 of..
1 of.
b of H.OW.
5,1 HS)
In all, WM Prizes, amounting to..,. |?o,oyo
Tickets HO- Hahre* and (itinrt.-rs m pmpoj^.
Kverv Prl*e drawn at each drawing.
Bills on nil solvent hsnks taken nt par. t
All aotrimnnleatlons strietlv' ponfldrntinl.
SAMUEL SWAN, Agent and Msnsprr.
Sign of the Bronze Lions.
Montoom kkt, Alabama. uov 18 dAwly
The Northwo nod Kwbuu Mail is opened at 8
o'clock A. M-, aud lmlf past JKM.j clones at 4 P.
M. und 9 P. M.
Tlio Great Southern Mail la opened at s A. M., aud
closes at ti P. M. The Southern Mail, ae tar South as
Wilmiugtou, North Carolina, arrive. at half paat ? P.
M., cloaca ut 9 P. M,
The Northwestern Mail U open at half past 1 p. M.,
closes ut 8 P. M.
The Western Mail is open at 8 o clock A. M., olosea
at 8 1'. M.
The Norfolk Mail arrives at 11 o'clock P. M., close*
at 'i P. M., daily, except Sundays.
Tlui California Muil, direct, closes here on the 8d
uud 18th of ouch month, at 2 P. M.
Warreiiton Mail arrives at 11 A. M., closes at 10
A. M.
Warren toil Springs arrives at 11 A. M., closes at
10 A. M. and D P. M.
Leave Washington for Baltimore at 0 aud half past
8 o'clock A. M., und 8 uud & o'clock P. M. The nrst
und fourth trains connect with the North.
I>eave Baltimore for Washington ut half past 4
und 9 o'clock A. M., and 6 and 8 o'clock P. M. The
first und second trains connect with the Orange aud
Alexandria cars.
Leaves Washington for Baltimore and the North
at 5 o'clock P. M.; for the South, at 7 o'clock P. M.
Attorneys aud Counsellors at Law.
Otlice over Selden, Withers, A Ce.'s Dank.
uov 18
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Office over Selden, Withers, A Co.'s Bank
nov 13
Attorney aud Counsellor at Law,
Office over Banking Bouse of Selden, Withers, A Co.
nov 13
(i.ate ok vikuinia,)
General and Real Estate Agent,
Washington, D. C'.,
Gives special attention to claims bcfore'Congrcss or
the various Depurtiuents, collection of cluiuS nego
tiating loans, purchase or sale of real estate, luu'd war
runts, Ac.
Office over bunking house of Selden, Withers, A Co.
K^;r No. 8, Union Itow, F street, near Seventh.
0 street, between Fourth und Fifth streets.
nov 13
Merchant Tailor, National Hotel,
Washington, D. C.
nov 13?3m
Attorney at Law aud General Agent.
Office at the corner of Sixth street and Louisiana
Avenue, Washington city.
uov 13?tf
Painting and Glazing.
House und Sign Painter, aud Gluzier, Louisana are
urns, .No. 0c, between Sixth and Seveuth afreets.
Residence C street, near Bank of Washington, between
Sixth and Seventh streets.
uov 13?Stii"
Duvall's Building.
Penn. avenue, near Four-and-a-half street
nov 18
Comer of II aud Seventh streets.
Drugs,.Chemicals and Fancy Articles. Prescriptions
carefully compounded day and uiffht.
I?0|V,RI)fI^G. - Mn,'HOME.VS has accommo
" , ??t",n f,)r, several boarders. Residence North
A street, second door east of the Old Capitol
uov 12?dlw r
?n Monday, the 13th instant, ut the School
House on the corner of Fourteenth und G streets
*or terms, apply an ubove.
nov 18-1 w SAMUEL KELLY, Teacher.
F^UE subscribers huving established themselves
* J" '''? Lumber business. ut the old stand of
Win. Bird, corner Sixth uud B street.., are prepared
to Airmail all articles in the trade on favorable tonne
they solicit a share of public patronarc.
hot 13?notf GEO. W OARRKTT i CO.
" , J"1}. *J?- i,2(t Pennsylvania avenue, takes tins
me hod of lutorming his friends and the public gen -
eially that he has in store a Urge aud complete as
sortment of. K
of very superior qualities, selected with great care
and which cannot fail to please the taste of the moat
fet.diuus. AU of which f am prepared to
the shortoet notice, and in the best and most ap
proved styles, aud at prices that cannot fail to suit
the most economical.
N. B. A few of the latest and most approved styles
of Over Garments in store, ready fcr exhibition,
nov It?codlmif
I^OR RENT, a two story Triune House,
,. T? , 4 "lore, situated corner of Fourth ana
Last ( npitol streets, Cspitol Hill. It is eligibly lo
cated for a grocery store. Terms moderate Apply
on the premise* or next door. nov II fw
WH. GILMAN'S pure Senna Figst?
? A most palatable, safe, and effectual reme
dy tor constipation of the bowels, nervous or sick
head-ache, und all that train of unpleasant sympton*
induced bv a state of habitual costivcness. Prepared
and sold) wholesale or retail, by
^ , W. H. OILMAN,
Chemist and Apotheoarr, 44'2 Penn.
i?r;^ "" Four-und-a-half street.
I rice 25 cents a box.
hot 18?<tif
CA?inJF aftd hovu.
V-/ furnishing goods generally. both new snd scc
ond-haad?Tfca undersigned keeps constantly on
band a laivu and varied aasortniaot of new and sec
ond-hjuid Furwiure, aiid Housekeeping Goods, which
he will sell on the very best of terms.
An extensive assortment of seasonable articles now
on hand. Give him aa early rail
No. south side Penn. avenue,
between Four-and-a-half and Huth streets.
nov 18
Religions Rook Depository.
f 1 RAY A BALLANTYNE, 40? Seventh at..
V* (two doors above Odd Fellows ball,) Washing
!?"' only depository in this city*
the publications of the
American Bible Society,
Methodist Rook Concwn,
Robert Carter A Brothers,
Gould A Lincoln,
l'resbvterian Boanl,
American Tract Society,
Evangelical Knowledge Sooietv,
American Sunday School Union,
New England and Massachusetts Sabbath
School Societies;
and nil the principal religious publishers. Also a
great variety of '
. xt that their stock of Stand
ard Theological Works and general Religious Litem
lure umat he une<|ualled.
ttJPu* n'T.llv? *" extensive asaortment of all
the Hyinri Booka used in the different churches, family
snd node*: Bibles and Prayer Books, in plain and
superb bindings. 1
Their assortment of attractive and choice
suitable for gifts and Sunday School Librarise, ia
very extensive.
School Hooks, of all the kinds used in the city and
country schools, at the lowest prices.
Ill ank Books, ntaple nnd fancy stationery.
Pocket Knives, I'ortcmonmUes, Portfolios, Writimr
Desks, Oold Pens, Ao.
A liberal discount will be allowed to ministers and
wholesale purchasers.
nov 18?It
No. 84, Opposite Centre Msrket,
rpHEsuWn^ napectAiUy call* the attention
nfiinnnl i PVb ^ronVrnliK to hi? *SW STOCK
Jxtsssajsa? ?*
The ball senson having fairly commenced lie eane
assortment of *axcy Surrtas, which cannot fail to
p. R. WALL.
?fa Fnmiljr Gr*eer, corner
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