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FR1HERK will b? found at the extrusive wan; R. rooms of the subscriber, on .Seventh street, oppo site Exchange Bank of Selden, Withers, 4 Co., the moat magnificent Parlor Furniture, of richest rose wood, oak, walnut, and mahogany, upholstered iu the best manner, with French brooatelle, plush, and hair cloth Also, elegant Cottage Chamber Furniture, euamel led and beautifully ornamented. Mahogany and walnut Wardrobes, Bureaus, Wash closeta, and ltedsteads ?>f erery variety and style. Dining room Furniture of every description. Chairs of all kinds and qualities. Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and riJiowa; together with a geuerul ttud rery ex tensivei aaMrUnent of articles in the houae-furnishiug j ne, all of which will be sold on the most favorable terms, and at the lowest prices, for cash or unproved paper. ' * N. M. McGREGOR, No. 680 North Seventh street, opp. Exchange Bank Seldeu, Withers, A Co. *10 v 18?ed.'lm DAVID A BAIRD, PAPER-IIANGER AND UPHOLSTERER, 491, Eiyhth Sirttt, >mw I'enn. Avenue, HAS ou hand an extensive and splendid assort ment of i>apur-hungingH, including gold, autin, and common papers ; also, gold, velvet and gold, and common borders, together with a groat variety of panel pupers of every description: consisting of r rench,- walnut, rose-wood, munle, oak, and pine, with all their various mouldings and ornumeuts, which he pu * up in the most workmanlike iiiunner, und guar antees satisfaction to all who may please to honor him with their putronnge. Also on hand, gold und transparent, and white and hud hnen shades, also picture cords and tassels of erery description. nov. 18?fltuwtf. WM. M. SHUNTER & CO., No. 38, op posito Centre Market, l)etween Seventh und Ki?htti streets, have on hand (which have been pur chased recently) one of the largest and most attract ive stocks of Foreign and Domestic Dry (Jo.>ds to be found in any retail establishment south of New 1 ork, comprising in part the following, viz: 60 piece* French Merino, in ull of the most desira ble co ors, such us royal purples, brown, green, mode, tan, inuzarene blue, skv blue, crimson, scarlet, "!? a splendid stock of blacks, of ull qualities, uny of which we will offer very cheap for cash, or to such customers as pav us very promptly. 60 pieces of splendid new style Plaid French Merino, comprising (beyond doubt) the largest stock, and the most beautiful assortment to be found iu the District; and we advise any lady iu wunt of a handsome l'laid Dress to look at ours before purchasing. a-u!!? Pieces fanoj, plaid, brocade, plum, and striped Silks, from fifty cents up, uny of which wo will sell very cheap for ensh. 60 pieces rich, glossy, black Silks, comprising tho assortment in the city?some very good bluck Silks at seventy-five oents. 60 nieces black Bombazines und Alpacas, und at very low prices. Our stock of Mourning Goods is very large, and well assorted, und families in wunt of large quantities of black goods of any one kind will always be able to supply their wants at our store, and at the very lowest retail prices any where; in fact our stock of Dress Goods is full and complete, from a flp calico up, and is well worthy to be ex amined by any about purchasing goods iu our line of business. SHAWLS, SHAWLS, SHAWLS. In this department we can show the greatest va riety of any other house in this citv; and as we pay very particular attention to the shawl trade, we gen erally have u great variety of styles, not to bo found elsewhere. In our assortment'will be found a full stock of Brocha long and square Shawls, from $0 to ftf6; and a very extensive assortment of heavy wool len, plaid, long and square Shawls, from |2 up. Carpeting*, Oil-Cloth*, &c. We also have on hand, a very choice assortment of Three-ply and Ingrain Carpeting, which we will of fer very cheup for the money. W. M. S1IUSTER A CO. _ nov 13?eolit [Nat. Int., and News.] CENTS FOR GLOVES.?I have this day opened my second lot of 82 dozen supe rior Kid Gloves, which I will sell at the above price. Nos. from 0^ to 8, in black, white, and colored. I take pleasure in reoommendiug the above to my customers, as I know them to be equal, and indeed superior, to many of the gloves sold in this city for 76 and 87 cents. ALSO, Sole agent in this place for Jouvin's beautifully fitting and unrivalled French Gloves, price 87 cents. RUTH A. PEACO, nov 18?dat No. 12 Centre Market Space. Reduction in gas fixturkn. - We are now 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 A Co., Phila delphia, and includo all of" their patterns. Owing to a reduction in pricc of Gas Fixtures, we are now prepared to furnish them at u less rate than they have ever yet beeu sold here or elsewhere. To keep pace with the above improvement the price of gas tul ?ng has been materially reduced, ana our increased facilities warrants us in saying that we are prepared and can execute any work we may under take cheaper and better than any other establishment in this city. J. W. THOMI'SON A BRO., Plumbing and Gas Fitting Establishment, Pennsylvania avenue, south side, nov 18--dUan. 1 btw. loth and 11th sts. NEW CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE^ THE subscriber* respectfully inform their friends and the public generally that they have opeued a Cigar and Tobacco Store on Sevenlh, between G and H streets, No. 420, where may be found all the choice brands of Cigars and Tobacco. Their motto is to please, and all they ask is a trial, nov 13?lw* BUCHLT A CONNELL. /CHARLES C. TUCKER, Washington, Attorney and Agent for Claims, and Commission er of Deeds for all the States; revolutionary, naval, in valid, and half-pay pensions obtained; also bounty land tor services in all the wars in which the United States have been engaged and for the services of volunteers is the Texaa Revolution of 188?. Having oopiee of all the muster-rolls of the Texaa Revolution, he is prepared to give prompt attention to the claims of all who served, and of the heirs of those who died or were killed while, in the aervioe. Offioe and residence, No. 618 Maryland avenue, nov 13?dAwly 14 II* SIMS, Practical Plumber, Ner> M ? enth street, near the Bridge, opposite Centre Market, Wa hington, D. C.?Lift and Force l'umps. Hydraulic Rams, Hydrants, Fountains, Bathing Tubs and Shower Bath Fixtures, Marble Wash Basins, Water Closets, Iron Sinks, Cojipcr Boilers, Ac., of every description, put up on the inoet approved prin ciples. tw Will remove, on the 20th instant, at the old stand. Seventh street, opposite Intelligencer office. nov i??tf * E am now opening a magnificent y? assortment of Fancy Goods, of English, French, German and American manufacture, em bracing many thins* (for presents, and at prices cal culated to please all. We enumerate, in part: Jewel Caskets, Albums, Cabas, Mantel Ornament*, Shell Boskets, I'ort-Monnaies.of pearl, shell, silver, velvet, calf, and morocco; Card Cases, Work Boxes, Porta ble I)esk h, Combs and Brushes of every description, Sewing Birds Jet Ornaments, Perfumes," Money Belts, A coordeons, Sharing Cases, Razors, Pocket knives Ac. Also, constantly on hand, Gold and Silver Watches, and all kind* of Jewelry, Clocks, Ac., together with many thing* not necesaary to enumerate, and to which the attention of the public i* invited. DOWNS A HUTCHINSON, No. 428 Penn. Avenue, near Four-and-a-half *t. aov 18?eo8t THE Kacle Gas-Fitting and Plnmhini Establishment, on the comer of Oth street am Pennaylvania avenue, are now receiving the finest assortment of Chandelier* and Gaa Fixtures ever of fered to the citizens of Wsshington, and st the same time "cheaper than the cheapest." AH that ia ne cessary is to give n eall to he convinced of this fact. Tlie superior facilities of this house enables them to sell their ^oods snd do work at a less rate than any of the retailers of this city. Thankful for the vory liberal patronage of the citi *en* of Waahington snd vicinity, the proprietor as sures them that with the addition of a number of the best ga? fitter* and plumbers of Philadelphia and New ? ork to his present large forre, be will be able to do all work in both branches in the most superior style, and, aa before stated, cheaper than the chenp ?st JNO. REESE. nov 18? HA LT1MORE A DVERTISEMENTS. AMERICAN BOOK STORE. WILLIAM S. CROWLEY, Bookseller snd Sta tioner, No. IW Baltimore street, near Calvert, opposite Carroll Hall, keeps constantly on hand a complete assortment of Books, in every department of literature. Also, Blsnk Book*. School Book*, letter Paper, Cap Paper, Fen*, Ink, Envelope*, and every variety of Fancy and Staple Stationery. All the new book* received a* soon s* published. For sale, wholesale and retail, at the very lowest price*. Subscription* received for all the Papers and Mag HT Agent (or the "American Organ," and all the American Books and Papers published. nov 18 JACOB WEAVER, Cabinet Makor and Undertaker of Fnaerala, At short notice. No. 21 ROSS Street, near Entaw, Baltimore. nov 18 THE PEOPLE*!* safety fund. A MOS HUNT, Collector and General A (rent, of and residence No. 61 North A strict, Caui it a b 0. Weed, E*q.t who u uow at the nock Creek Foundry, near Georgetown D. , ?') Agent for the Empire State and Rensselaer Fire Insurance Companies, and the American Mutual Life Insurance Company of New Haren, Connecticut, Profeasor Hillimui), President; Dr. S. C. Busey, Med ical Examiner. Mf Insuraucc promptly and safely done on liberal ana rtaminabU terms. N. U. Orders through the city post office will meet prompt attention. nov 18?ly Rothwb^ eers and Commission Merchants, Lou isiana avenue, opposite the Hank of Washington will give attendance to all business commitUxf to'their chaise, and will make sales by auction of all descrip tions of property, real or personal. They rcspecfullv aohc.t . .hare of the patron.? of the public ' ' 1 lioy ure uow opening and urruiiirinir for sale an extensive assortment of K HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, of %SSSSSS&S. WhiCL thCy iUViU! "lC UtU!ntion They have on hand n supply of ?> i AISLES ANb ONIONS, ^Purchased in Boston, and will shortly be provided ? , . POTATOES. All of which will be disposed of ut private sale, nor 18?2aw2m EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION I More New <>ood??Cheaper than ever. frnv\TT^us !??buc,wd' by caIli?<? "t R 75' 8eVenth Streetl third <loor f20,000 worth of rich and choice AN(?X AND ?TAPLE DRV GOODS; tow ther with a very large and complete assortment Pihi ' ^ i1'8' UWn?. H*ts Cups, Bonnets, and Ribbons; just received, und will be sold at unheard-of low prices, for cash. 1: would cmunerato in part-beautiftil Plaid Silks, at BO and 62)^ cents, usual price 75 and 87 cents Also, some very superior Plaid Silks, from 75 rents * ?i very rich lustre black Gros de Rhine Silks, Irom 50 cents to #1 SO; ladies' French Cloak Cloths of every shade, with trimmings to match; French Merinos, all wool and twilled on both sides, of every hV,? A It CV,nU' .S18"'1! I"1cu *' 00; v*>n yards Co burg Cloths (good imitation of French Merinos) of every shade, from 25 to 60 cents; very rich all wool I laid Merinos and Raw Silks, at 60 and Ii2j^ cents ^S,nriPweiT6 c?n,8U,ld *1,w: beautiful Alpaca "! ,a"l? und 87 X cents; 1 piece yard !l ?'"Ick. Silk Velvet, extra cheap; 1,500 yards plain de Laines, of all colors, at 8 cents, richly worth twelve; 2,000 yards figured de Laines, at ten and U cents usual price 12%und 18% cents; 2,500 yards figured de Laines, ut 10 ccnts; these would be cheap at cents; 1,200 yards very fine French Ginghams, ut 12 and lb cents, usuul price 10 and 25 cents ; 1 000 yards good fast eolored Ginghams, at IIV. worth 10 cunts; 6,000 yards yard-wide Furniture Calico, at0)/ cents, richly worth 10; 20 yards good fust colored Cat bnfi rtut ' 20^afd8 5ood b'onched and brown Cot Um for |1 00; a great variety of beautiful new style C'al S?? 10 ?*n"; 2 bales good and heavy J ard-wide brown Cotton, at 6W" und 8 cents richlv worth 8 and 10 cents ; 8,(100 yards good bleached and brown Cotton, at 5 cents, worth ti.V cents; 1 cuse black and white English Prints, atOVeents, ?orth 8 ? good black and white, and plain black do Laines,' irom 12>? cents up; second mourning plaid Meri nos and raw Silks, very cheap. A very large assort me lit of ? LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS At extremely low prices. 26 pieces good Woollen rlanncMs, at 12J^ cents. 100 pieces all Wool Flun m 'j . .cvt:ry co'or- fmm 2<? to 75 cents. 25 pieces I laid Iiinsevs, 12}^ to 81 ^ cents. 15 pieces Peni tentiary I laid Cottons. Tickings from 5 to 25 cents. Table Cloths and Diapers very cheap. 100 dozen Huckaback Towels, ut cents, worth 10. 15 pieces good Kentucky Jeans, at 16 cents, worth 25; 60 pieces good Cassinets, from 25 cents up to 75. 15 pieces very heavy Country Cloth, suitable for negro 2le1V 5 pieces line black Cuaaimere, at fl 00, worth fl 50. tine black and fancy colored Cloths very cheap. 60 pieces new style Fancy Cassimeres, at verj low prices. A good assortment of Boys' Wear very cheap. 160 dozen prime country knit Socks! ?t 26 cents per pair. 20 dozen ladies' black lambs' hwl T.' at 'f f"1":, worth SW- 100 dozen black, white, and slate Cotton Hose, at tiV ccnts per pair. Ladies' black and colored Kid Gloves from 81 cents to 76. Ladies' embroidered muslin "r,d <*nt8. ??>d from that up to (1 25 Thread lace Collars at 6 W' and 12 ct*. Also, embroidered Swiss and cambric Collars at every price. Gents' Cravats, Stocks, Collars, Kid Olovea, Suspenders, Undershirts, and Drawers, and locket Handkerchiefs in great variety and very cheap. \Y Into and colored Spool Cotton at 12W cte. per doze l. Also, in store, a complete stock of BOOTS AND SHOES! Among which may be found, Ladies' Morocco Slip pers and Ties, at 50 and ccnts. Ladies' Moroc co Boojeew, at 75 ccnts, worth *1 00. Ladies' mo 8Wo1 skin Buskins, from fl 00 to fl 2o. Ladies foxed and tipped Gaiters, black | and colored, very cheap. B<?ys' and youths' .rood ii fS' fror" 60. to fl 25. Boys'and youths' Boota, at all prices, dents' Oxford Ties and Congress (falters, cheop. Mens good Hhoes, froin 76 cents to I , ' ' ^<M>d ,nd ^lf from fl 60 II J; kL Mfns Tel7 heaTy ?n<1 superior Hungarian Boots, from f2 60 to f.3 6il. Misses' and chiWrens' Shoes, of every kind and mmlity, at all prices. A lot rice fa8h'oned }ioot? *nd Shoes, at half the original The above named, with an endlnrn 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 rxatmno my stock before purchasing elsewhere co","dent I can save them at Feast ten per cent, in their purchases. Be particular and remember the place RICHARD G. HYATT'S, v n ? 875 fleTen,h street, third door abnrc I. W. U.r-Country merchants and others, bilvinz to sell again, will find they also can save money )>y rail ing on me. R fl H im.v 1(?8t ^AI?Y.*ADE CLOt*IINT5^ HE subscriber wishes to osll particular atten tion to his stock of Boys' and Men s Resdy-made blowing, 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 large, select, and very '-?"d"'r "f <-?ssimei>s, and Veatings, which he will be happy to make up in the most fash ionable style at short notice, and the lowest possible njrutT*, for ouh. inTito! T*!*1 'ttention to the most beau tiftil Overcoat, of tfie latest Paris fashion, made up expressly for exhibition. w ?.o v J HIGGLES, No. 688 North 7th street, opnositv Exchange Bank nor. 18?eo?t Whfc?, * Co. T^?! Kj1*1? Agency nnd Conveyancer. Hfc undersigned, having resided In Washington for the last twenty-four years, and b<*n? well acquainted with the cifizens, particularly the lanre Gernian |s>pulation of Washington city, offers his services to persons desiring to purchase' or sell Real F-itete, or to rent and w.llect the rente. 4c. He has now in*nr r*tb,e bouses, varying in price from ??5* V *?' !, !?'? Wlth Tny vnc"nt '?ts, eligibly situ Wr building, at all prices. ^^irdmii;,^ i? ready at all times to prepare Deeds, Diwds of Trust, I>eods of Release, Lews Articles of Agreement, Powers of Attorney, in the to^^Ii'rtv and to examine titles U) property. Charges miKlernte in sll cases i. , OEOR(;K STOCK, Agent, nor if?1m No. 465 Eighth sL between D. and E. LUMBER I LTTMBEitl 1 C^OaOOO Ff?ET. AlbnnT Pine vvfVVv lumber 4-4 to 12-4 6,i>00 feet cherry f>-4 to 12-4 6,000 do do 4-4 and 6-8 j" w"luut coffin boards, first quality 6,000 do do 4-4 to 12-4, wide and clear 10,000 do ash 4-4 to 16-4, of the best kind 6,000 do poplar 4-4 Juat received and for sale by J. B. WAHD A BRO., ... , Twelfth street and canal _DOT (Int, Star, A Bait. Clip.??>t) 1% 'a<'I'?>P edition of Evangelical i." Alliance I rise Esaav on Infidelity; by Rey Thomas I'carson. 60 cents. Family 1 'rayera for Morning and Evening Use; by the Rev. John Swete, D. I>. 60 cents Family Expoaitiona, on St. John and St. Jude; by Rev. E. Bickersteth. 60 cenU. * Memoir of Josiah Pratt; by his sons, f I 60 Jennie Morrison, or the "Discipline of Life. 76 oetitn. ^Memoirs of Celebrated Characters; by Umartine. Memoirs of Napoleon, His Court, and Family ? a vols. f4. ? For sale by / GRAY A BALLANTYNE, noT 18 498 Seventh street. j T I.HPORTANT FROM CUBA. HIN dajr opening another lot of fkose genuine Cuba Ciswrs which have heretofore given such general satisfaction. I ? S. R. SYLVESTER, I Druggist, corner of 11 th street and Penn. av. noy 14 FiAS thr^ ^*ry Owe lilac, with M. back building, on F street north, (JtoTita.) half a aonare east o? the Patent Officc The houseis handsomely finished, and contains fourteen or fifteen nwms, supplied with gas and water. AMv to noT 18 J. 8. HOLLINOSHKAD GILMANS' Hair Dye has made its ap> peurauce In our city, vwy much to the gratifi cation of our young beaux who wear red whiskers or mustachios. Gentlemen ure now seen going into our hair-dressing saloons with hair, whiskers, urastachios, and eyebrows of all imaginable colon, and in ttre minutes they will appear on the street having them entirely changed, and decidedly improved by a lus trous black, obtained by using Oilman's Dye.?Nor fullt lit mid. For tale by Z. D. OILMAN, Chemist, no* 18 Washington city. HOME REMEDIES. ?The Compouud Cherry Pectoral is the best und surest, and most palatable cough remedy ever offered to the pub lic ; it will euro the worst cold or cough possible, and is the only article that will afford rebel to consump tives without hastening their end. Try it, und you will be convinced. Price 25 and 60 cents per bottle. The Hub Couuh Candy is ulso an excellent and very palatable medicated compound, and is well adapted to children and others who ure prejudiced to mcdicine in other forms. Price ?""? 26 cents per puckage. For sale at J. B. MOORE'S 'Druggist, Pcnn. avenue, opposite 7 buildings. Ijov 13?eo8t TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT AT No. 373. ARRIVAL of the lurgest Stock of Goods in the Northern Liberties. Buy where you can buy cheapest, and you will surely go to R. B. HALL'S GREAT CHEAP CASH STORE. To my numerous friends who have patronized me so liberully, I tender thanks for past favors?to them I need say nothing?fucts spenk louder thau words. To those who have uot favored ine with a call, I would say. cull und see, and satisfy yourselves, that you may indeed save money by purchasing at my store, where you will find that the goods not only compure with, but exceed, any in point of STYLE and CHEAPNESS ever offered in this murket. The stock consists in part of the following: Good black Silk, only 25 cents. Plain and figured De Luines, a cents, original cost 12 cents. Yard wide Merino ut the unheard of price of 12 cents. Fine, all wool, plain De Laines, 81 cents, worth 50. Good 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, 38 cents, worth 50. Beautiful figured De Laines 10 cents, usual price 25. Long Undersleeves, only 6 cents. Infants' Em broidered Waists, 87 cents, worth 75. Very good Chemisettes, IB oents. A large assortment of Ladies' Collars, at f> cents. Cambric Flouncing, 81 cents, original cost 42 cents. Good styles of Calico, at 4 ana 5 cents. Fast-colored Calicoes, 0 cents, worth In. Ladies' Handkerchiefs, ut the low price of 4 cts. Indies' Kid Gloves, only 25 cents. Also, a large as sortment of Ladies' and Gentlemens' black, white, and colored Kid Gloves, warranted the best in the country. Black and colored Hose und half Hose, 6 cents. Very fino black, white, and colored Hose, 12 cents, wortli 25. Woollen Hannels, at 12 cents. Very fine do. at 18, worth 81. Silk wurp Flannel, very fine und cheap. Ladies' worsted Mitts, 4 cents. A large assortment of plaid and other ribbons, from G to 7o cents. Patent leather Belts, only t! cents. Persons in want of Calico for comforts, can get 25 yards for if 1. All wool Cassimere, 50 cents, original cost 75 cts. Very good Cussinets at the unprecedented price of 18 cents. Fine ermine Cloth, 20 cents, worth 87. Fine Towels. 0 cents. Gentlemen's silk Cravats, .25 cents. Boys' silk Pocket handkerchiefs, 12 cents. Gentlemen's do. 25 cents, worth 50. Gentlemen's do. colored bordered linen do., 18 cents, worth 87. Very large fast-colored plaid do., 10 cents, worth 25. Gentlemen's fine Shirt Bosoms, 25 and 50 cents. Gentlemen's Drawers and Undershirts, from 37 cents up. Ladies' Vests, extra cheap. Blankets from 50 cents to $8. Pins, 3 cents per paper. Needles, 2 cents do. Colored and white Spool Cotton, 12 cents per dozen. Gentlemen's lined liurlin Gloves, 12 cents, worth 87. Gentlemen's lined leather Gloves, 12 oents, worth 87. 1 have also u good assortment of GENTLEMEN AND BOYS' HATS ANI) CAPS, from 12 cents up. In my WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT will be found yard-wide Bleached Cotton, 0 cts., worth 10. Fine Shirting do. at 5J^ cents. Yard wide do. 10 cents, worth 12W. 4-4 very fine do. 12 cents, worth 18. 4-4 Bleached Sheuti'ng, 10 cents, worth 12. Yard-wide Unbleached Cotton, 6 eeiks, worth 10. Very fine do., 8 cents, worth 10. Good Apron Check, 8 cents. Unbleached Canton Flannel only 8 cents. In my BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT will be found an endless variety of Ladies', Gentle men's, and Children's Boots, Shoes, Slippers, and Ghuters, comprising all the new and desirable styles that have been introduced this season, consisting in part of Misses Slippers, 25 cents. Ladies' Gaiters, 91. Very line do., new style, 91 75, sold in other bouses at 92 50. Misses Colored Gaiters, 82 and 75 cents. Misses Patent Leather Boots, U2 cents. In dies' Kid Boots, R7 cents, worth 91 25. Ladies' Pa tent-leather Buskins, 75 cents, worth 91 25. Gen tlemen's Heavy Boots, 91 #0, worth 92 50. Boys' Boots, very good, 91. Mens' and Bovs' Broguns," in great variety. Gentlemen's fine Calf Boots, war ranted. Hungarian Hunting Boots. Double-sole and upper "W ater-praof Boots. Napoleon Kipskin Bouts, very cheap. It is impossible to enumerate all the bargains I liave to offer. Purchasers will, therefore, please call und see (or themselves, as 1 feel great confidence in promising them many unsurpassed advantages in their selections. Don't forget the store with green awning posts in front H. B. IALl, . No. 878 Seventh street, 4th door above I. nov 18?eoSt LAW AND CLAIM AGENCY. THE undersigned will continue to practioe in the various on iris, of this District, ana attend to the prosecution of all classes of claims against the gov ernment He will also attend to the unfinished agen cy business of Vespasian Ellis, Esq. FERDINAND M0ULT0N, Washington City. F. Moulton, Esq. is authorized to close up all my business connected with claims upou the govern ment. nor 1#?It V. ELLIS. WOOD, COAL, AND LIME. BUSHELS Wood-burnt Lime, which is burnt of white stone, and is well calculated for plastering, and, indeed, for any building purposes. This limo is in good order, and I would invite all those using the article to come and examine for themselves and try its qualities. Also on hand the best qualities of White and Red ash Coal, Hickory, Oak, and Pine Wood ; all of which will be sold as low as the market will afford. WILLIAM WARDER, Corner 12th and C streets, No. 640. nov 18?dim CUMBERLAND COAL.-We have on the J wharf a cargo of the Cumberland C and Iron Company's superior coal. Consumers of Cumberland coal would do well to try this article, which we will deliver carefully screened in all cases. W. E. WATERS k CO., j nov 19?St Office corner of C and 12th sts. Extensive wood yaRDrJ-The sub scriber, having purchnsed the ent're stock of Wood of Captain James W. White, so king and fa vorably known to the citizens of Washington, as an upright dealer in the article of Wood, begs leave to announce to the customers i>f his predecessor, and tlie citizens generally, that he intends to continue the business at the old stand on Canal street, a few yards cast of Seventh street bridge, where he will endeavor to hs've at all times a full supply of all kinds of fire wood, of the best quality, at the most reasonable prices. His customers msy always depend on getting a good article and honest measure. nov 18?8m THOS. S^BUTLER. ANOTHER opportunity will be olTrrrd to those persons who have not laid in their i winter's supply of Coal to do so, at twenty-five cents ' ? ton lower tnan the market nrice.-by taking it from , the vessels upon their arrival. The coal will be from i Philadelphia, and of the best qualities, both red and ' white ash, egg size. Orders should be left at our yard immediately on ftth, between D and E streets. ? ! Terms cash?2,240 lbs. to the ton. | _nov 18?8t YOIINO k MOORE. Bmam aldwin's steam i utoiiy. ~co? tractors and builders can be supplied at all | times with Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Balnsters, and Newels, of oak, walnut, maple. mah<igany, and . yellow pine; also, all kinds of scroll and fancy saw ing and turning, and all other work which the first class steam machinery can execute. Factory cornrr Indiana avenue and Third street, east of City Hall. nov 13?3taw3m C. CHOATE, Copper, Leccher, Bleeder, and Chiropedist, keeps cimstant j lyon hand a good supply of the very best Swed ish leeches. None applied but those'that are war ranted fresh and he?luiy. Physicians in the country can be supplied st the shortest notice. Corns re moved without pain or drawing blood, and instant relief produced Mr. Croats does not practise any humbug: his charges are moderate, and he can be commanded at any time. Residence, Louisiana Avenue, No. 46, near .Sixth street.. nov 18??olm PINKING, AND UMBRELLAS 7 The~snb scriber continues to pink ruffles, flounces, spronsj capes, talmas, searfe, jnsevs, Ac., at the shoH est notice. Umbrellas and parasols repaired. A general assort ment of umbrellas fbr sale, by DANIEL PIERCE, No. 267, Pennsylvania aT., near 12th street nor 18 FOR SALE OR LEASE.?a number of nn improved lots for sale or lease, located in various parts of the oity. U. WARD, nov 18?dtf W. RICH AND ELEGANT PURS, rUHT received. 25 per cent, lower than 90 ever offered in this city. The subscriber would respectfully invite the stieution of the Ladissof Wuti inpton uud its environs to call and examine his large and beautiful ussortment of FUB8, combining all the i fashions of the forthcoming season, which, In splendor and richness, cannot be surpassed. Also, a number of superb CARRIAGE ROBES. P A line lot of UMBRELLAS, of all sixes, to be dis posed of very cheap. A large stock of Children aud Infants Fancy GOODS always on baud, made from the best mate rials. and at exceedingly low prices. His late new style of IIATisfbr gentlemen has been ulreudy stamped as the ne plus ultra, and he only makes mention of it to say that the price, as hereto fore, for the very best, is only $4. J. T. EVANS, nov 18?lw No. 288, Pennsylvania svsnue. | THE SECOND EXHIBITION OF THE METROPOLITAN MECHANICS IN. STITUTE, | For the Promotion and Encouragement of Manufactures, Commerce, and the Mechanic and Useful Arts, WILL be opened at the city of Washington on Thursday, the 8th day or February, 185ft, in the new and splendid hall of the Smithsonian Insti tution, which is one of the most magniliccnt rooms in the United States. To this Exhibition the Manufacturers, Mechanics, Artists, Inventors, and all others desiring to display the results of their labor, skill, ingenuity, and taste, from all portions of the Union, are cordially invited to contribute. The Muchinery Department will be under the charge of a special superintendent. Steam-power, fixtures, lubor, Ac., will be given free of expense. All intending to exhibit are requested to give no tice at as early a day as possible. Goods should be accompanied with a proiier invoice. The committee, therefore, feel tliat. iu inviting con tributions, from all portions of the Union to the See orul Krhihiiionof the M?trvpt>lU*n Mechanist' InatituU, 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 adaptation to the purposes fur which they may lie iutended. They would respectfully solicit from the Ladies those specimens or elegant liandiwork which hereto fore have formed so attractive and important a fea ture of these displays. It is propescd to submit all such contributions to a committee of ladies, and to sward to articles of merit premiums of jewelry, Ac., suited to the tastes of the fair exhibitors. The liall will be opened for the reception of goods on Monday, the 2'Jth day of January, and on the evening of Thursday, the 8th of February, at seven o'clock, the Exhibition will be formally opened for the reception of visiters, and coutinue open about four weeks. No article debited after Saturday night, 3d of February, can be entered upon the Judges^ Lists for competition or premium except such as the commit tee shall be satisfied were dispatched from u 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 charge until Tuesday night, Oth of Feb ruary. at 10 o'clock; after which time depositors will be subject to a charge of from SO cents to $1 00 for each article deposited. Apprentices aud 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, tho name of the maker aud inventor, (if known,) and the name of tho depositor; a copy of which label must be ftirnished the clerk at the time of bringing the goods for entry on the record. Prices may Tie affixed or not, at the option of the exhibitor. Depositors, at the time of entnr, will rcosive n ticket of title to their goods, which ticket will also admit them to the exhibition at all times when open to the public. N. if. Goods should be addressed as follows " Ex hibition of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, Washington, 1). C.," and should have the nature of I the articles and the name of the party sending them I distinctly marked on the packages. They should also be accompanied by a detailed invoice. Circulars containing detailed instructions will be forwarded, and uny information given on application to the corresponding secretary, to whom aft commu nications on the business of the Institution should be addressed. nov 18-?3taw6w FREE EXHIBITION. ~ | VANNERSON'S DAGUERREAN SALOON. Improved Stereoscopic Likenesses. T>it yrtaUtt improcemnU ectr meuU in tli? Photo graphic Art. DAGUERREOTYPES ON PAPER And in Oil Colors, far exceeding any style of portrai ture ever offered to the public, and at a small cost. This establishment possesses many advantages over others in this city, having a sky-light with over 200 feet of glass, and "thereby enabling the artist to make likenesses of childron almost instantaneously. Portraits are made in this establishment from A. M. to sun set, aud equally well in cloudy as fair weather, except of children. No likenesses but the best will be sold st this gal lery, as he intends every picture which he gives to be a lasting advertisement of his work. Particular 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 ouly in this city st VANNERSON'S, No. 4t(J and *28, over Lane A Tucker's nor 18?tf building, Pennsylvania avenue. REED BROTHERS, Carpenters, Con tractors, and Builders, has for SALE or RENT, just finished, one of the most complete finished two story and attic frame Houses, with kitchen, in the First Wsrd, on K, between Twenty-sixth and Twenty seventh streets, that the ward contains. The house contains seven large rooms, with folding-doors, clo sets, ward-robes, Ac., with a large wood-nouse, yard, and private alley. For particulars inquire of REED BROTHERS, at shop, on 14th street, near the corner of 14th and F streets, N. and W? Washington city, D. C., or Dick son King's, Georgetown, D. C. noy ?>?M TusiSat_8t^_J|^^B^ PARKER'S Fancy and Perfumery Store. We are just opening a large and fresh supply of Fine Fresh Toilette Article*, wnich our customer* will And, as usual, to be the very best article im ported. PARKER'S Fancy, Couib, and Perfumery Store, Pennsylvania aveuue, under National llotel. ?2*18?fltif AS. CAlfNKR, Draper and Tailor, ? Morflt's Building, Four-and-nnd-a-balf street, respectfully informs his friends and the citiiens of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, that he keeps always on hand a choice selection of the best ana most popular makes of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Veatings, together with a good supply of the best Trimmings, and will mnke to order fpriuente in the most elegant manner, (plain or fancy,) to please the tastes of all who may favor him with a call. N. B. Prices moderate, and terms cash. nov 18?eolm K^JYS* WHEEL-BARROWS, Air Pis ? tols, Building Blocks, Boxes of Tools, Games, Magic lanterns, Ac., at LAMMOND'S, nov 18??o81 Seventh street. GEORGETOWN ADVERTINEMKNTft. WIDE AWAKE - At the old established boot and shoe factory, High street, where may be found a large and fashionable assortment of Boots and Shoes, comprising every variety <?f style aud quality, and at the very lowest market prices. Especial attention is invited to the following; /V 0*nUemm * Fine calf Boota Fine calf double soled Fear Naughts Fine calf Cougrcaa Shoes Fine calf Munroes Fine calf Oxford Ties fbr La lir?? Whole ten colored Gaiters Wholo Black Gaiters Fur Mi?t* - Blsck and colored Gaiters Blsck Morocco Boots Boys, youths, and servants Shoes, coarse and fine 60u pairs children* Boota, Shoes, and Ankle Ties, of all colors snd sites Boots snd Shoes made to order of the beet material and workmanship, and at the shortest notice. nov 18?lm THOMAS BANGS. WELCH A WILSON, Merchant Tailors, Bridge street, One door east of Bank of Commerce, Georgetown. nov II?It WM. C. MAGEE, Merchant Tailor, and general dealer ia GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. Bridge street, between Pntomac and High streets, Georgetown. noy 18?ly MUTTER I 1HI TTER I BITTF.RI?Ju.t MB received. snd for sale wholesale and retail, a prime lot of Goshen and Glades Butter; also, a fresh supply of roll Butter every week from Ixmdoun county Virginia, at No. M, C. B. RICK'S Provision Store, High street, between First and Second, and at stall No. 2, Market-bouse. N. B.?Hotel snd txmrding-bnusa proprietors will do well to call and examine my stock before pur chasing elsewhere. nor 18?lm ?1ABINET nndT ndertnking Bnsl^M la I Estill continued at the catablishment of,??'late Willism King, Congress street, between the Canal and Water street, when all orders will meet with prompt attention. nov 18?8w ONE CUKE FOB ON* DISEASE. A'*u> ami iuUrtdiuy duouotry in vtytUbU medicine. | kKSHLKK'S AaU-ueriodic or Fever and -*-* a^ul Pills, are a certain cure for all that class of malarious and periodic complaints known aa and fever, fever aud ague, dumb ague, irrejrularitv in women, 4c. Ac., without the aid of those noxious aruj^uauaily relied upon, vii: calomel, arsenic, or Alter many yean' patient experiment and research aa a pharmaceutist, the undersigned candidly believes that he haa perfected a remedy for the above and kin dred complaints, which will cure at least ninety-live flUMI out of every hundred. lie feels, verv sensibly, that this sounds boastful and chimerical, but he hus now used it, under his own observation, upon more than one thousuud severe cases without one failure Before asking the ounlideuce of the public, how ever and without making any drafts upon its credu hty, the mveutor of this medicine desires to show that his statements are not those of a reckless and unprin cipled man. We therefore ask attention to the follow ing joint certificate from the Hon. William A. Newell j ?' '"t?, mernbor of Congress from New Jersey' and A. D. Newell, M. D.,au eminently successful sur geon und physician, of New Brunswick, N. J. To Phyticiam and the Public. "Havingextensively used 'Dealer's Anti-periodic or Fever and Ague Pills,' in our practice, we take pleasure in stuting thus publicly our experience of their efficacy. We have uitcd them in hundreds of cuses of lever and ague, and have never known a per son to have a second chill after commencing with ss? l, 88 th7 contain no salt of arsenic or qui nine, the former of which sometimes operates so dele ^"^7 *? accumulative poison, we consider them a safe and valuable remedy, that ought to be within reach of every family that is liable to chill* and fever. slf? T0nvbrett,r^ wo deem " proper to Hay, that wo have been made acquainted witu the composition of these pills, and find them strictly a scientific preparation. Moreover, us they are urewared by an apothecary of more than twenty years' ilctive ?"f?> that they are^lilfullv ^m" }?* if 7?" r earnestly commend them to the no tice of the profession, and believe they will euro after ull usual remedies have failed." WM. A. NEWELL. M. D. .. . ? A. 1). NEWELL, M. I). In their own State both these gentlemen liuve on extensive practice, and enjoy, to an enviable decree the confidence of the public. There thev woulrf nhl tain universal credit. w L we d^ire ^prewsset every citizen of the United States with our truthful ness and good faith, wo subjoin the following note from a gentleman known and revereuced throughout ie Union?the Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen, D. Aote frvrn the Ilwi. Theodore Frelinffhuyeen. oflirTv n P^'Siional cliuracter and reputation ofDrs. Newell, above named, and the esteem tn which Mr' De*Uer. ?? held in this State, I take pleasure in stating that any representa tions made by them arc, worth /of mibic^flden^e " V 1, theo. frelinghuysen Nkw Brunswick, N. J., Jan. 24, 1854. U>o floods of quack mcdicines with which the country has been deluged, and which have proved so uniformly worthless, the discoverer of this remedy hus lonij hesitated to come before the public. Ilavinir regard for his character, he has been unwilling to be ?n mm th the pretenders who, undertaking ?> cure all complaints with one remedy, miserably fail to cure any; and he lms feared that the public, which h iu?n? ? r 8')aniele8s|v deceive^ woufd deny hiin "'?'P'' however, tliat the above cer tifacates pve him a title to ita confidence and uttou turn while making tlie following statement: z/jvj j" t our the following peculiar* oThers ^ by whlch il " distinguished from ?f ?De>M"4't Anti-Periodic Pill*. fallfble antf^rl" II"""ltedV8pecifici ttud in Jallible anti-periodic power, by which they neutralixe r OOD,,t,intly-recurriug attacks which characterize fever and ague. The law by ivhich the vswr" lttW of thu (li?oa?e thus manifest fjreat activitv anH power, they are^et perfectly burrE A wefl ,*r on?y ^thoutnin? ^ *?,ay ,uk,C P*1 q""?tities nbt effect of an^kind 'len0C' bUt With?Ut OEgSfSi s" k?"r'"io" 4th. They may be taken without regard to a a* sex ' ?,n a J??rney as safely as ^fhome' ious also ^ D? y anti-periodic, but anti-bil quiiine1^7 COntnin no Bttlt of mercury, arsenic, or Advantages of D<?hUr\ Fever and Ague Remedy. ''18 not ['quid. There is no danger of loss by evaporation, or bv coming in contact with clothing Ji 'portable. A dozen boxes inay*be Put in a Seidlitz powder box. One box may be sent sfsasmss: Uniu" f,,r 8ix ^nta ex^ 38v?5srh "f 10 th08u ')lace8 2d. It is tasteless and without odor. All other ^taken wUhdimTr hrc W'frand n?<"eoa?, and difficulty by children or delicate per , ?e*!1,er,? AnO-periodic or Fever and Ague Pills, may be procured at wholesale or retail of ,e r,,u' CHARLES D. DESHLEK. Agent , 341 Broadway, New York 1rice II per box; or, for the convenience of those rCTldmg where it has not been introduced as v?L it will beturwanled by mail, prepaid, Ui anv one *n closing 84 letter-stamps, in any part of tlie United 3?*sUinXCe'>t ?r*'Kon ?ni3 California; or to these for *?d nor IS?ly FOR SALE~I lOMTERY and PapcrBBB , (from the best manufacturers,) at 868 * i^/ivt'jpp08"? "le Exchange Bank. I . MOORK, upholsterer and paper hanr er, has just received a large and eleirant uwirtinmilni go<>ds of the latest style, comprising? Window Cornices, Curtain goods and trimminn dow Shades, bull and* white hoiklstssl^ Chamber Easy Chairs, 1'ew und other Cuahioaa, Ac. Also, a variety of Paner Hangings, of new and fashionable patterns suitable for parlors, draw ing-rooms, halls, passages, and chambers; together with Borders, Cofumna, Views, Statues, Fire Screens, Ac. D. MOORE makes to order, in tlie beat manner, Window and Bed Curtains, Caipcta, Cushions, Feather Beds, Curled Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Yenitian Blinds; and all work in tbe Upholstering and Paper Hanging buainees promptly attended to. Steamboat and ship cabins furnished. Booms, Ac., paltered at short notice. mrv 18?*t Fruit and ornamental trek* i JAMES W. ORAY, Ball's Pood, Fairiiei.l county, Connecticut, cultivates one of the moat ex tensive and well-established Fruit Nnrawies in the country, grown from the most healthy and thrifty stocks, thereby producing the finest quality of trees, and embracing all the choicest varieties of every Una of frnit adapted to this climate, viz ( Apple, Tear, Peach, Plum, Cherry, Apricot, Nec tarine, and Quinee Trrea. Grape Vines?Isabella and Catawba ; Oeaae, Car rant, and Raspberry Bushes, and StrawbOTiy Plants, of the best imported varieties. Alstn Ornamental Trees, such as Balsam, Bftix?, Fir, White Pine, Tsmarisk, Hemlock, Sonr Maple, Arbor-VIt?, Ac., Ac. A large variety of Dwarf Pears on imported Quinoe stocks. Orders may be left with RUSSEL QUAY, who can be seen at 260 Eighth street, or at Gray A Bal lantyne's Book Store, 498 Seventh street: also, with JOHN W. BREWER, Columbia Pike, three miles from the Long Bridge, Alexandria oonnty, Va, nov 18?8t Agency in Washington city WILLIAM H. HULL, (for several year* km Examiner in the Pension Office,) will attend to the prosecution of claims against the Government, such as Bounty Lands, Pensions, Back -aud Extra Pay, Ac. Refer to Hon. L. P. Waldo, Commissioner of Pen sions, Hon. John Wilton, Commissioner General Ijand Office, and to the Heads of Di'iisrtmeiltl and Bureaus generally. nov 18?ly (gJOUTHERN MILITARY ACAOMY O Lottery. GRAND SCHEME. Class Q?T? be drawn November 80. Oirs Pnin to Twarrrr Tirttars I And remember, ?wry prise drawn / 10,000 Tickft?~SOI Prizes t CAPITALS. lof. 115,000 1 of. 6.000 1 of. 4,000 lof. 8,000 lof. 2,000 1 of. 1 ,#00 lot 1,100 6 of $1,000 6,000 In all, 601 Prizes, amounting to.... 900,000 Tickets $10?Halve* and Quarters in proportion. Every Prize drawn at each drawing. Bill* on all solvent banks taken at par. All communications strictly confidential. SAMUEL SWAN. Agent and Manafpr, Sign of the Bronze Lions. montooksrt, Alabama. dot 1*?dAwly C HILTON & LATHAM, Attorneys and Councilors at Law. Ottos over tteldea, WiUwrs, A Ce.'? H^nW DOT 18 8. 8. WILLIAM*, Attorney and C ounsellor at Law. Office over Bullion, Withers, A Co.'# H?uk aov 18 ' " JOHN If. CRAIG, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Office over Banking 1 louse of Heldeu, Withers, A Co. nor 18 Iambi j. miller, (latk or VIRGINIA,) General and Seal Estate Agent, Washington, D. G., Gives special attention to claims before Congress or the various Departments, collection of claims, nego tiating loans, purchase or sale of teal estate, land war rants. Ac. Office over banking honse of Helden, Withers, A Co. Residence No. 8, Union How, F street, near Seventh, nov 18 CHARLES WEBSTER, ruinut, 0 street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. nov 18 f. aTtucker, Merchant Tailor, National Hotel, Washington, D. C. nov 18?8m JOHN M. McCALLA, Attorney at Law and General A<ent. Office ut the corner of Sixth street and Louisiaua Avenue, Washington city. \ nor U?tf? :? . -T >"<?? .? ???? Painting and Glazing. M. T. PARKER, House and Sign Painter, and U lazier, Louisuna ave nue, No. 60, between Sixth and Seventh streets. Kesidenoe C street, near 11a nk of Washington, between Sixth and Seventh streets. nov 18?8tif nov 18 J. S. HOLLINGSHEAD, NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, Duvall's Building, IVnn. avenue, near Four-and-a-half street. WILLIAM T. EVANS, Corner of II and Seventh streets. Drugs, Chemicals and Fancy Articles. Prescriptions carefully compounded day and night ,nov 18?dlw ~M>OARPING.?Mm. HOMEN'S has accommo JL9 dation for several boarders. Residence North A street, second door east of the Old Capitol, nov 12?dlw "[^TIGHT-SCHOOL WILL COMMENCE 1? on Monday, the 18th instant, at the School House on the corner of Fourteenth and G streets. For terms, apply as above. nor 18?lw SAMUEL KELLY, Teacher. LUMBER. THE subscribers having established themselves in the Lumber business, at the old stand of Wm. Bird, corner Sixth and B streets, are prepared to furnish all articles in the trade on fkvoruble terms. They solicit a share of public patronage, nov 18?eotf GEO. W. GARRETT A CO. WILLLAM TUCKER, Merchant Tat. lor; No. 426 Pennsylvania avenue, takes this method of informing his friends and the public gen erally that he has in store a large and complete as sortment of , CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS of very superior qualities, selected with great cure, ami which cannot fail to please the taste of the most fastidious. All of which 1 am prepared to make up at the shortest notice, and in the best and most ap proved styles, aDd at prices that cannot fail to suit the most economical. N. B. A few of the latest and most approved styles of Over Gunnents in store, ready for exhibition. nov 18?eodlmif FOR RENT, b two story frame Honse. with a Store, situated corner of Fourth and East Capitol streets, Capitol llill. It is eligibly lo cated for a grocery store. Terms moderate. Apply on the premises or next door. nov 18?lw H. GILMAN'S pare Senna Figs! ? A most palatable, safe, and effectual reme dy for constipation of the bowels, nervous or sick head-ache, and all that train of unpleasant symptom* induced by a state of habitual oostiveness. Prepared and sold, wholesale or retail, by VT. H. GILMAN, Chemist and Apothecary, 442 Penn. arenuc, corner Four-and-a-half street. Price 25 cents a box. nov 18?6tif CABINET FURNITURE AND HOUSE famishing goods generally, both new and sec ond-hand.?The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a lam and varied aaaortment of new and sec ond-hand Furniture, and Housekeeping Goods, which he win sell on the"very beet of terms. As extensive assortment of seasonable articles now on hand, dive him aa early call. ROBT. ISRAEL, No. 805, south side Penn. avenne, between Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets. nor 18 Religious Book Depository. dlRAT * BALLANTYNE, 498 Seventh st., DT (two doors above Odd Fellows hall,) Washing ton, D. C., have the only depository in this city, the publications of the?' American Bible 8ociety, Methodist Book Concern, Robert Carter A Brothers, Gould A Lincoln, ' Presbyterian Board, Anssnoan Tract Society, Evsngteliest Knowledge Society, American Sunday School Union, New England and Massachusetts Sabbath School Societies: and all the principal religious publishers. Also, a flISTORICALfAND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. It is, therefore, apparent that their stock of Stand ard Theological Wonts and general Religious litera ture must be unequalled. They always keep an extenaive assortment of all the Hymn Books used in the different churches, flunily and pocket Bibles and Prayer Books, in plain and superb bindings. Their assortment of sttractive and choice JUVENILE BOOKS, suitable for gifts and Sunday School Libraries, is very extensive. School Books, of all the kinds used in the city and oountry schools, at the lowest priccs. Blank Books, staple and fancy stationery.' Pocket Knives, Porte-monnaies, Portfolios, Writing Desks. Gold Pens, Ac. A liberal discount will be allowed to ministers and wholesale purchasers. nov 18?8t FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE STORE, No. 84, Oppoaite Centre Market, THE subscriber respectfully calls the attention of the public genera Mr to his NEW STOCK of GOODS, just received. They comprise all kinds, from French importations to the best description of home made articles, suitable for ladies and gentlemen of the most fastidious taste. The ball season having fairly commenced, he espe cially invites ladies to csll and examine a beautiful assortment of Fawct Surma, which cannot fkil to please. A great variety of superb Trunks, Carpet Bafts, and Valises, at exceedingly low prices. ' D. R. WALL. JH. JOHNSON, Famllv Grocer, corner ? of Seventh and E streets. No. 48i?, is being con stantly supplied with fresh Family Groceries of all kinds, to which he respectfully solicits the patronage of his friends. nov 18?IT ?|D YOU wish a fine salt of Hair f?Try " MOORE'S Improved Tricopberous?it is the only article that will produce a growth of Hair, as a number of persons can testify. As a toilet article it baa no superior; it renders the hair soft and glossy, removes dandruff and scruff, Ac. Price 2fi cents per bottle, or five for $1. Moore's Rxeelsior Soap DentifHee is warranted to be the best preparation for cleansing the teeth and month, for purifying the breath, hardening the gnms, and preventing decay, now extant. It contains no acid or gritty substances, nor is in any way injnri ous. I'noe 9# Cents per jar. For sale at J. B. MOORE'S, Chemist, Penn. avenue, opposite Seven Ruildinrs. nov 1ft?8teo " I General Agency Office, "Co Inmbia Place " Seventh street, Washington, V. C.?Claims for Bounty Land, applications for tension by the widows and minor heir* of sol diers killed (or who died) in the United States service in anv war since 17V0, (including the Florida and other Indian wars, the war of 181*, and the late war with Mexico;) applications Iter Penaion by tho widows And heir* of nil Revolutionary soldi cm; Monev Claims against the vsrious Departments of the Government and before Congress: and claims for extra pay frir Army and Navy In Catiftirnla and Oregon from 1840 to 1882, prosecuted by F. E. HASSLER, General Agent N. H.?Land Warrants and I-and Scrip bought and ?ola. nov lV-tf