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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - January 18, 1833, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 m  BY V. P. Bi<AlR,>  ciry OF wAmm^wm.  vaatifH or TMB  n»ilv paprr, pet'àiinum..............¡fid  ...,«io.............J 00  W^liV.-. '......rfo.....................S 50  Fm- than u ¡/jtmr  Í)Ai!y, per lonnth,........................i oo  Seini'Wcckíy, tío......................... .y ¿q  Hübscript-oMto thtt Weekly fw lew tlinh » yt»r, wiH not be rccdted. ' « • ' '  íBitK ro» AnrKA-rtiiivn. Twelr«»lities, w leas, tfréee in«ertion»,.. .Jíl 00  Kveiy tóditiotial inserllim,................O 25  Lonçer »«Ivertiseftifiiti chiirpd îi» proportion A îiberaJ d¡sc«iint mude to those who ad^-eftíse by the ycAT.  .4/1 paymtni» t» be rtttde in ttdmnre. Those who h»*e not an opportunity of pftyhig* otherwise, may remit by m«a, at'our rak, poslugt paid. Tlie Postmaster's ccrtiiicate of giich rernlttfince, «hall b« a  Krcdenck«burg wifl be passed between 2 »nd 4 o'clock, P. M.; a Turnpike Uoad is now conslructing between those places.  Ptsseng-ers« for the Sonthem, Houthweweni, und Western States, will find this the best und most ex-  To i^áiHliern, ^oiithweffrcni, nntf __ Western TraTcner«.  rHlHE ncwandiplcr.cfid jteam Bo&t SYDNEY-will commence runninir between Washing, ton Oity and Potoihac Creek, i»íil», on the 1st day  ANcSok rüírT  [VOL. II-JÎO. ISO.  FKIOAY, JAIVUARY IS, 1883.  PECK« & weti^Fiiiiirf«  Souilt-westem vr miJdle route UniUsd States Mad Coaches. fHlH»>:F. times a week, each ' JL way, between Frederick»-|hnrff, Va.,and Lexington, North iCar^ma bj ville, Cumberland Courl-liouse Siilney Collegpc, fiix I'otirt-tlwiac,  .lumcstown to Lexinjfton, N. Carolina.  Kunning-in conncxMMt witli th* Steam-Boat Syd-iiry* and ll«itropc4itan line of Starca, which nm daily between Frederiekabini;: and Washingtoit City. ' Itetween Le)|in|(ton, N. C.anilMilledg«>iUe, Geo., tkiii, the South-wectem Mail Stage Rottle, runa, via Saiiaburv. Concord »nd Cbarlotto, N. C., Yorkville, Unkwir^'**ttww-<?<iiirt*ott«e, imd AM>eviUc B. C. P^terabnrr, Wa«hil1|;toi^ Greensbon^, attd Ea-tonton to MilUdgeviile, Georgis; at th''S place it is strain connected with the Metropolitan Line from Milledgevillu to New Orleans, via Macnn, Fo»*t Mitchell, Montgomery, Blakeley, Mobile, Pasca-gtnila, and thencc acrosa the Lakes to New Orleans.  Passengei-s from Wasliington City, wishing to take Pkcks & Wax,iron0'a route, ahotild leave there OH Sundays, Tuesdays, ami 1'bursday.s, at 10 A. M. They will arrire in Fredericksburg, by 5 P. M., andean proceed the same evening, or next moi-ning, at their option.  Passenger», going from the South to the North, wishing to Like Peck» & Wellford's line, nhould be careful to cnlor «»ly f»rLexington, N.C., where they will stay ovor nifflit, an»l, starting next morning, (Moniiiiys, Wrdnestlays a;Hl Saturdays,) nri-ive in Fredericksburg in 3} day», and in Washington in 4—being hadf a day "less, ilnd Philadelphia ill 5, being a day Icsa than by any other route.  A reference CO any Map of the United States, will show that Pecki & Wellford's route passes over the middle ground, between the wi«le water» and marshy ground.^ «»f tlie lower country, and the ^vint s, precipices ¡iiwl uneven roads of the mountain route.  Pecks & Wellford's Coaches are all new, of Uie best Troy manufncture, and cnlculated to carry nine inside and five outside passenger»; their horses and drivei s are not «irpassetl by those on any other route in t1)« country.  The Route'liea excellent natural roads, and  the Tavern acc^moilations are very good. Distance travelled ^r d:iy, from 70 to 80 miles, allowing full and aiifficient time for sleep eve»7 night and for rest and refreshments every day.  The HoutI»-Western line is crossed in Virginia, at Gardner's i^. Koatls. by the line between Richmond and Orange Court-Hou«c< at George's T'vern, by that leading from Richmowl to Sc.»ttsviUe, Char-Jottesville, Staunton, and the Virginia Springs and •t Langhorn's Tavern, by the line between Richmond and Lynchburgt in N. C., it iscriwsed at Milton, by tlie r»ne between Wan-cnton and Danville 5 at Greensboro', by the line between Raleigh, Statcs-  *iae,lcc. via Chapel Hill, Hillsboro, and Salem? at «•y^ury, linesdivccg« to Raleigh, Wadesboro, O.i^ raw, lincolnton ami Statesville; at Charlotte, it is crosse<l by the line to Camden and Uience to Columbia, Charleston, S. 8., and lines also run to Fayette-Tille, StatesviUe, &C.5 at Yorkville, it is crossed by the line between Columbia awl Lincolnton? at Iau-rens Court-House, bv the line between Columbia and Mtmcottihe; at AhbeVille, by a Ihic nmning in connection with this to Augusta, likewise by a liu® to GreeusviUe; at Petersburg, Washington, Greensboro', an.l Katont<Mi, lines also diverge from, or cross this route.  Time from Fredericksburg to Greensboro', North Cal•o!in:^ days, 258 miles. Fare #18.  Time from Fredericksburg to I.exington, North Ca:-olina, 4 days. 293 mU^s. Fare $20 50.  a:^About 7 cents per mile. 'iSme fi-om Washington Citv to I.exington, 4i d.\V8, Time from Washington City to MillcdgevjUe, CJeirt^a, days.  •nme from Milledgeville, Georgia, to Fredwcks-bitfg, Vft., tbys.  rime fi-oni Milledgeville, f^eo., to Washmgton f!ifv, 8 davs.  the proprietors.  J. B. BRADLEY, Agent,  Wasliington City. arj^Piienlx Stage Offic;, next dwr to Gadsby's llutel. Auffrt«<;.:;0.—d  peditíous route. It connects daily at Fi-cderick»-burg with the main Soutliem line, via Richmond,  nia Springs, Guyandotte, Maysville, I.o«iisvilIe, 8tc. to New Orleans.  A <i{u7v Jnt (in addition té thè Itfail Line) will be nin between Richmond and Potomac Creek for the accommodadon of Ladies, Children, aiid others, who may prefer it.  The own«!i9 nf th nr Tn!iiìM|Jinjiii titT» wpiirrrif no  order.  Thie Steam Boat Sydhej' is n(4 in speed,  elegance, or accommodation.  JAMES GUY, (Japtain.  March 23—<13t&2awtf.  Two l^ifics mail Coacheii  ruR BALTIMORE, Via jMncdSlerf Columbioy and lorA,  ONE through in 24 hours, and to Washington City  _________ 30 hours, leaves Tomlin-  son's oflice, i]i;4 Market street, above 8th, an<l No. 28 South Third street, daily at 12 o'clock, noon.— The other will Icaiie the'siimc offices daily nt half past 6 A. M. I.odge at York and arrive at Ualtimo«» next c'*?»" 'o «linner.  't'hese .inca will have the advantage of all others leaving thin city, as tjiey cross the Susquehanna Uy thcCoIiiniliia Bridge, and the whole route bcingovcr i gQod stone turnpike.  'I'he piopnetiirs of these lines nave put on fn-st tate stJigcs and horses, and careful drivers, and wilt use evfjy exertion to pleas« the public.  For seats apply as above, at No. 284 Market slreet, and 28 South Third street, Philadelphia.  AI ba}jg.ige, parcels and boxes at the owner's risk. January 5—d  ^AlUlJtili I DOCTOR WARREN'S  H MERCHANT TAILOR, C'AWTAA  AS recelvc<I hi. Pall GOODS, W which ht . _ FIXTURE  ■entan onler to England lattSprkig : at the? »»liuibl« remedy for all affections of the  same time, and by mme conveyance, two Kngliah ' ^«PiAle in all the principal cities and  made Coat«, a Dress, und a Frock COnt, a pair of * m t^ United States.  I\'ofi.ic€ to X'ravrllers  •Splendid Red Cafichea  Eclipse Line Post Coaches DAILY for Baltimore, through in ONE DAY, via New London X Roads, crossing the Susquehanna at Port Deposit, on the Permanewt Bridge. The roatl is in fine order, and accomnMwlation excellent. For st-ats apply at the General United States Mail tJouch Office, No. 28, South TiriRD strwef, opposite Congress Hall. Passengers will Ite let down at any of tlic Hotels in th i city. Extras furnisbed, day or night.  GEORGE CARTER, Agent.  For JAMES REESIDE and others, Proprietors.  Pliilatlelphia, Jan. 5—<l  r. SI. Mail Coach for I%eir ITork.  Passengers art eUowedto sleep untU 5 o'eloclft Ji. M.  'I%rou^h in 12 hmn.  United SUies' Mail I I CoMh, with a Guard, l^ves the Oflice, No. 28 south Third street, Daily, at hajf past 2 o'clock, p. M. via. Frankfoid, Bristol, Trenton, Princeton, Kingston, New Brwnswick, Bridgetown, ElL-cabeth Town, Newark and Jersey City.  The public are respectfully informed, tliat from the expense the Proprietors have gone to, in placing on able Horses, good Coaches and careful Drivers, tltat this Line, ibrsafcty and speitdy conveyance, is not surpassed by any in the Union.  0:^Specie, Boxes and Package» of every des-criptitni, will be taken under the CMP* of th« Guard, promptly delivered at their place« of (lestiiu-  ant tion.  ]\otiee to Eastern, i^ortlicrB nM Southern VraTellers  Furseats, npply at our OfSce, No. 28 south Third street, oppow^e Congress Hrill, late Judd's Hotel. All l»aggago at the Owner'rf risk.  GEORGE ( ARTER, Agent, l or J. REEDSlDESc Co. Proprietors. Private Cm 1 ians, or four hoi se Coaches furnished to any p: ft ot the United Sti.te8. lM^iladelpll•l^ Jan. 5--d_  PASiiENtiERS FOR PHII.ADELPHIA, •A-.-ew^ectfulh i iformed that the NEW ECLIPSE l,INK,«»ne<l'iiy BEtTZHoovm, Beesii.f. ^ Co., composed «f sjilemlid "Blue and Red Troy Built .Siifi'tv CoacUc«," is now in full oner.-»tion, Icatring tile Indian Queen Hoiel Baltimore, daily, at 3 o'clock A. M., ci-ossing tl»e Susijtathanna at Port Deposit, on a peruiiuient and covered in idge, ami amving in I'liilailelphifttiie some cTcniiig? wliere Passentters »re hwre of obtaining seatn without delay, foi New  York. , ,  To ¡iccommodatr, Nortliern Passengers, tiie I ro-i»rii tors, have at a conaiderable expense, placed ijew und splondi'l Coaches, rs»tc tc*flaa, ."UkI skilful ami accommodating drivers, on the ub©v<i Lme, which for »peed, aecurity and comfoi*, vies w«« any Jjne or Lines in the |Jmon ...  fa?seng«rsfor the above Line can have their seats «eewtid al the Pliwnix Stage Qflice, loving Wi ^i-ingttmal/^P. M., and nmnii« thtOugU to Bidti,  •jiiorc in6veh<»«ir«.  Tlse »»any advantage which thw Lme po8se.s»es conmined with every attention on tlie part of all con-«« todwith i tM accomnnHlate, it it to be hoped ■v-'ill secure for it the patronage of a generous s»nd discertuiigl'uldic.  Die AccompHHtation Line for FnxnKaicKSBvao andUnHiawKto ianow nmning, leaving Alexandria .e very otltcr day at 5 o'clock.  For scuts in tlvc ki»ovc Lines, as well w m he •'■Blue Sureties" for Baltimore, at 8 and 10 oWttk A Af. and 2 P. M., please, enquiw at the PIicbuix Stag« «»fiicc an4 at StrviUier'K  *' A Stitfic leaves Wahliinjiton at half past 9 o'cl M. hall p:ist3 P. M., fwr Alexandriai and iuminf,, leaven the latter place at p o'clock A.M. and 3 P. >Lt cit>S3i«g Uie rotom:ic at the I.ong Jlridgc.VYalkcr'e Vciry thm hliortening U»e route ii oin.) to «i niiU's.  j4. ii WHITE, Agent.  BEf^Ta^HOOTEK êc €o'M  BLUE SAFETY COACHES" ^ _ ^"iONTINlJE »0 run diiriiiç ^^ «l'c Suniiucr season at 4  _ o'clock, A. M. (ti» meet the Phi-  ^CÔI Indelphia boat.) A. M. and 2 P. M. anil the fiirrlh line, at the ojnion of the gi ncrou» patrons of the Phœpi« I«"*, who are re»pccifu!ly can Honed agiiinst n " certain description 0 Coaches," (inintfni of dark a grccii, as 1« (t«-ct:!Ìvi> )l.e4e not on iheir guard. Pli^aie leok at the door, and " Phœntx Une, JBeltzhoover ami Co." matk«d Iheieon will be a euarantee of the '' UmlBlut Safdij. ' " C. J. WHITE, Agent JiHi« 29_d f'^r die Projiricioi?  o'clock  rc-  ]Vo$iec to iiiouiher« Travellers.  l*.\SSEiiGERS fortheSputli are res]>ecUu]ly infornie^ that a of stage* will go iftto ope-^ ^^ r.ition »n PrUUv, the 9thinstant.  iTISTciaigett'» Hotel, Alexandria, every other du' al 5 o'clock, A. M. .-wid arriving at PreJencks-liu'jir t atly the sam-i aHeynoon—and vicc versa.  Comfrrtahle Troy-bwU Coaches first rate twins, and skilf.il drivars» are placed on thit i-oute and ev > lyattenti»M> wUUie pAid to tlic comfort »mil convcn!-  "TttSilS'i^ve Alexandria dailyat Wclock,  French liansiiaee.  m^ONS. ABADIE r,e«pi;ctfully thanks the I-a-|wP dies and GcNntlemeu of tjiis Citv, for the Hb-eral^twmage bestowed on hiw for the last three year»; and takes the liberty to inform them that he /;pntinue.i to give lessons in 1"kt.xch and Lati», at hi« i^oQl ri»oms, in private families, academies, and in the neighboring towns, onverj- moderate terms.  An Evening School will be opened next week, Yrom 7 to 9 o'clock, at $6 ihillartfor 24 lessons, if the number of scholars be sutHcien't. On the same terms, Mr. AnxniE will attend private families« and acadcmics.  No deduction wUl be made for lost lessons. Apply at LKTOunwo'H, Pennsylvania Avenue, oijpbsite Gatlsby's Hotel.  August 18.—2awSat&Tu______ __  THE KNICKERBOCKKR; Or, New York Monthly Magazine.  T^O. 1, tliia day published—Containing:  ^ 1. latroduciion. 3. Song. 3. A Rumble (by Paulding.) 4. The Moss Rose. 5. political Economy. 6. The Arctic Lover. 7. Laconios. 9, Monboddoniaua. 9. A Belle's Philosophy. 10. Ilorw Germanic«. 11. Gipseys of Granada. 12. .\Ieiroir of Sands. 13- Poetiy of the Esquimaux. V4. l.iteraiy Notices. 15. Thcltalian Opera. 16. The Drama. '  Published monthly in numbers of 64 pages 8vo. e >ch. Terms, four doljai-s per annum. Jan 14 THOMPSON & IIOMANS,  "baiwiNO  »HAWING FROil nature, and Paiming, tauglit in eight Lesspnsi Bv Mrs, BOURNE-Also Wjoc work. If satlafaction is not given, no re muncralipn will be expected. Specimens of the Work to be seen, and terms made known at ^irs Doyne's, and K. R. Stabler's, Pennsylvania Avenue, and L. Kervaml'a, Seven Building».  Jan. 16—3t»  RNCYCLOPKDiA AMERICAN\\.  ÏENCYCLOPEDIA AMCRICANA, Vol. 12, con i dttctíd by F, Lieber, E. ìViggleworth and r. G. Bi-adford, price in boards P 50 per volume? in shWep oxtr^ ÌS; complete «tt» furnithed to or-  Pant* and Vest, frron the leading Tailor in Lmidon,' varying sliglitly from the paat fashions. Hk stock a gi-neral and extenaive. Orders executed at diort notice, in superior sty'«, at liia Store next to Brown'a hotel, I'ennsylvania Avemie. P. S. As there are some new entcm and kinds tff^ ijloth compriwd in the above amortment, the fol'fi'Htierff lowing are named able^  RuMell's Brown,  Hai-rington Beaver, -----------------------,................................................  Green and Orleans Brown.- Also, very sMperi«** P* ®|»ln»on that it is one of the most valuable reme.  and fancy striped Cassimeres, and a complete as-«»ortmentof Fancy articles, including some thing» new. Oct. 29—dtf.  ^ci in diseases for whici it is recommended.  In uaip. It4 effects are safe »^na samm^ mali, . litd in moct cage« effectual, in the cure of tl»c (Us-  YOUNG LADIES * If!^. , , . ^ ,  IVesterii AAiaii«>tnv 1 « ' «lercfore, take pleasure xn recommending U  V iieaaemy, j| ^It afflicted Witìi Cooghs of any «kaciW  ^erof mk and I Slr^», jrmmmgtiéL ''^¿m^à^ttìi» rneAiSS^m pr^e^àg^  saniti* ■■».^iT.jii' riiif - '-ni-'' "__.1 MI .e. •> *  T  IH* ntnAâeà àFiié» Aèademy wiP he rewimed ral and public benefit.  _. on Montlay the 27th of August Miss YOUNG  has taken the hotise where her school is locate^!, and is making preparation for the extension of her estabrisbment. She has b^en so fortunate as to obtain from New-York the co-operation of a native French Ia<ly, who has had five years exp-.'rience in teaching the French language, and who ha» been engaged for the last three yea« in a higidy respectable Seminary in that city.  Her recommendations f^r chnracter and qiialificA-tions arc such as to entitle her to the greatest confidence. She will he engaged in the school daily? and in connexion with her regular instructions in the principl-f^s of the language, she will hear as many of the general studios of the school recitcd in French as will be fiund practicabl<\ It will be her aim to induce her pupils to speak Fi-ench, and for the promotion of this object, propi-r regtdalions will be enforced.  The English department eoibj-aces all the elemen-t.'u^' and higlier branches of t ducation, accornmodu-ted to female academies.  Three or tour boarding sohiilars can be received, who will h.ave the advantage of hearing an.l sptuk-ing French, as the mother of Miss Houel, a re-(«pectablc Parisian lady, will reside in the family, and will unite her efforts with tl'ose of her daughter, for the practical advancement of the pupils in the I'rciich department.  Terms—payable quartei ly i n advance. Twelve weeks complete tlie quarter. For boarding and instiuction in English and  French, for the scholastic year,............f 170 00  Bedding and washing, exti-a charges, or siipplitd by parents.  For day scliolara in Engli-ih,...............10 00  Preparatory class,..........................5 00  Frencli....................................5 OO  Drawing, by a well aualified tcacher,.........5 00  A general review of the studies will take place tlie last week of every ntonth, when parents who are ilesirous, can witness the exorcises. Aug 14- tf  REFERENCES. |1t'WARRE||'S Coiigh Drops.—A new remedy for Coughs, CoWs, Influenza*, &c. has oe«« pi«pared and brought forward by James '«fen» M. D. of Cincinnati. From expej-iertce, •^^^««onwaend It t* the public aa a most excellent The Well known ch.iracter of Dr. War-  DI8SOLUTION OF PARINERSHIP.  The firm of LOVEJOY & DENHAM, is thi<» day dissolved by mutual consent.  JOHN N. LOVEJOY, Z. W. DENHAM.  co-partisership.  The underairaed Itavc entered into partnership in the Itodkbinding buuness, to be conducted under the nam« of HftoKean & Co.  JAMAS P. McKEAN% JQHN N. LOVEJOY. N. B. Book Binding and Ruling will be executrd by them in the beaiatvle and <U the shortest jiotice. Jan 10—3t*  liist .ry of Si>aiw and Paring, Vol. 3, f^m the A.'Mf'i^rÄi^it;,;; iiTtime.f^ ^inet Cyclopedia of Dn I^er.>«ce Ticet^ta  mare, at lOoVliH.k : rclofnmg, u.lllMrve V^imff- ^ „f „i^w of the two ftrat  Legüilativc assembKes of Fiaiice^ by Evenne Du-  niont, of Genova, 1 vol. 8 vo. pp. 75.  Jsw 14 THOMPSON & UOI|ANS  '"'S^Äi^re^t the Phénix St.ge OfHce  WHITE, Agent  l§elect Classical Netuinary.  ON H stieel between 17th and ISth, and near tí»e War Department, will be continued under the superintendence of the subscriber. No exertion will be wanting to maintain its past character? and, by enlarging the course of study, adopting some new modes of instruction, and limiting the ntim-ber of pupik, superior results may be anticipated. Mons. Leon will continue to give instruction in French, and other modern bnguages may be pur-aued,. if tlesired. As preparatory to college, and advanced standing therein, as welt as to the requisitions of mercantile life, the senuiuuy holds out peculiar advantages. The course of study Üu-ougliout will be thorough and comprehensive, and the gov. ernment mild and effective. Hefevences-«. SILAS H. HII.L.  Hon. Mr. Cass, Hon. Mr. Woodbury, I^y. Dr. Chapin, Rev. Mr. Post, Thomas Sewall, M. V. Pi-of. Wm, Ruggles. Washington, Oct. 25—tawtf  WASHINGTO-M female academv.  fMlHE duties of this Seminary will be resumed JL on Monday next, the 7th of January. Young Ladies desirous of acquiring a knowledge of Music, can receive instruction on the Piano, separate from the other duties of the Academy.  The rapid progress made by the pupils of tljis Iiistitution, in the various branches taught, is the best evidence of the attention wliich is paid to their instruction, and of the merits of the system pursued.  E. B. MtLLS, Jan 4-dlin PrinciDal.  Female Academy.  Mrs. HENDEUSON'8 Female Academy will be ppenci aii usi^l f^n the first Monday in September. The arrangements for the cnsiiing year for instruction are more ample tjian berctofoi-e, and tlu- mo»t fuitUful, untiring devotion will be given to do ju«tice to the conhdcnce reposed in the School.  Thiü is the fourth year of its existence, and Mrs. Ill idt-rson can with pleasure refer to a great number of parents for tlicu- judgment of tlie merit of the institution.  Tetm*—payable in advance. For Boavdio^ an4 instiuction in English stu<lies for the aeholaAticyear, $150.  VVash'uig and Bedding extra charges. French and Drawing with Pain*ing, taught by tlie best masters, each per quarter, Í5.  Music on the Piano, with use of instruments, per quarter, $12.  For Day Scholars the prices of tuition are from 5 to 8 and 10 doUim per quarter.  No pupil to be entered for less tlian a quarter.  REFfiUENCES. Rev. Dr. lAurie,Wash'tn, Rev. Dr. Keith, Al--xand'a, Rev. Mr. jUawley, do. Rev. Mr. Post, Waah'ton, Rev. Mr. Ryhmd, do. Rev. Mr. Gurley, do. Mr.-lustice McLean, Ohio, Philemon Chew, Maryl'il, Com. Rogcj-s, R- H- Hendei-son, Leesb'g  F. S. Key, paq, Hon. Mr. Hubbanl, N. II.  Doctor Fred. May, Capt Shubrick, U. S. N. Messrs. Qales & Seaton, |t Smith, Eü.i.U. S. B-tn^i Coi. Gardnejs Assistant Postmaster Gcnei*al,  Lewis U. Machen, F.sq. Robert Lstkie, Esq,  l-Jon. Ben.C. H»wara, Md. Doctor Wm. Jones, Hon. C. F. Mcrcer, Va. I'ishey T4iompson, Esq. Com. Wanington,Norfolk Dr. Jas.*C. Hall, Norfolk. Angust 9.—tl2awtlOct&.cptl5Dec.  HOTICE ia hereby gi%'en tliat the subscriber will make application for the renewal of his Pc.^ ent for the manufacture of Hollow or Gutter Barred Gridirons with reflectors and dripping pans at the enduing setsion of Congress,  T., MUSSEY, 'Dec, 4—lamSmsw. New I^^ndon, Conn.  FOR RENT.  A COMFORTABLE two sti-oy brink liouse^ on New York Avenne, near the Navy Depart-ment The house is in complete repair, and well suited for a genteel family. Enquire of F. S. Evans at the Treasury Department. Dec. 7—eodSt  'J^ENTLEMKN'S Wigs and Toupet^ of the ^lif ven'first quality, received from Quirk's much cef^naed Wig l^toty. New York. Alao, a few buttles of Essence of Tyre,^ paasade Oil Rose, Russia Oil, and Butler's Tooth Powder? all of the veiy best quality. For iaieby L. SIIEPPARD,  At hit Hair ^vingt and Rkxvr Shi-  ting BttaUuhment, between Col. MeCa^ty*» ^ aha M*. Strothe/'s Hotel, Fonntjfhonia Avmue.  (Signed by) HON. J. BURNE TT,  Late Member of the United State Sen^e.  REV. DAVID ROOT, Late Pastor Second Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati.  JOHN 11. GROESBECK, ESQ. HENRY B. FUNK. JOHN SULLIVAN. Cincinnati, Sept 26, 1832.  Sold by WILLIAM GUNTON Dru^ght,! Only assent for the District af Columbia.  LIN NE AN BOT AN IC GARDEN AN D  NURSElllES, Near New Tork^ JVm. Price^ <5* Sons, Proprietors.  fM^ HE New (iatalogiics of this Estab-ft lishmtnt, compribing Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, and (ireen House Plants, with reduced pf-ices, may he ohtuined ffrutis fiwn the subscriber, and orders lcf\ with tliem, or sent by mail, will rcceive prompt attention, and the articles will be shipped from Ncv.' York to any port designated. The great extent of ti lis Establishment, top^ther with the superior accuracy ^^^ ^ ^^ mainta'ned in every department, and the large hi/c j^atröiw of the trees, &c. which can be furnished applicants, ' dannot fad to afford great advantages to tl;os» who cesire supplies. TfIO.VIPSONS & HOMANS, Jan. I.—6t Agents, ^Vashington.  7*0 the Friendi of Literutvre and  ^ LYCEUM hat been establlsli«d in Washington College, mt*efc<lufily of Waillington, Penn-• J . trustee» are anxloua to make tlie  Oihintt as extemfive as pOMtble.  thanWVir for any cohtrib"t3ona of MmerMs, Fossih, Ciyatala, ShelH P«lpef«ctiona.  ap^hne^ Rock, Isumm,  »»W', Fc«thc«ij erel7 1feii»d of prepared Insccts, BmTs, Animals, Flowers, Vegetables. Snakes, Fish, &C. &C.? Paintings of any kind. Also, Antiquities, Indian Relics, specimens of Curious Art and Mechanism? Foi-eign Articles of any kind? and in short, any thing suitardc for a public or private cabinet or museum.  Contributions will be th.inkfully received by Mr. McKcnnan, Member of Congress, at Mr. Ilarbaugh's, on 7tli Street, and iminediatelv forw.-^rdefl. ' Jan. 5~3tif  DESIGN FOR THE NEW-YORlv CUSTOM HOUSE.  TaEAIURY Dbpahtmkst, January 1, 1833.  CON<«RGSS ha\ing nvitlioriKcd the construction of a new Custom lloiisf :4t New-York, and a site having bi'pn selected, cnibrAciii;^ ifi«» ground occupied by ihc pres«ii» one, a suilalde Design for the iiiieudud edifice it desired.  The building will front on three sireel«. via : 83 feet OK Wall (sfreei, on the SohiIi, the like extent on Fine itrcft on the North, and 188 feet on Nassau Ftieet on (he West. On the Eaut it «vill be hounded by an alley of about 10 feet. It is proposed to be built of marble.  A f.remium of $300 will be given for the Design which shall be selected, ¡i i* r<.'qu««(ed that an estimate of th«l:o»l may accoi»|>any the Design, and (hat betth may be transmitted 10 the Secretary i»f the Treasury, oa or before the I st of March.  It m to be otwerved (hat the level of Pine street is 8 feet 6 incites above (hat of Wail street.  LOUIS McLANE,  Jan. 2~3(aw 6»r See'r^f of the Treas'y.  T  Q^ce of the Commissioners under the Convention with Denmark^ fi^ashinglou,  December 19, 1832. HE Board of Commissioners liad hoped to  __close the adjustment of Claims under the  Cpnvention with Denmark di)ring their present ses-sioii, but having received several applications for rehearing and being anxious to afford to claimants every possible chance of establishing their claims, in those cases, aiid in others ^vhere there was a deficiency of proof,—have determined to adjourn until tlie first day of March, 1833, and as there ii> but one month after th;it periotl allowed by law for the final settlement of Claims and distribution of the funds, it has become necesary to orde-, and  NoUce is hereby given, ^ that no appUeytlon for re-hearing or fur filing original or supnlemenlal memo-rialu, or the introduction of proof will be releivtd after the first day of March, 1833.  By order, ROBERT FULTON, Secretai". Those papers in which the form^v orders hav«.-been published will insiM.^ tjig „^ove weeklv, until "'"f/rst of March, 1833. Dec. 21—lawtMl  TO invalids, DYSPEpfjCS, aKi) OTHERS.  Acclebi-ated Phvsician who h.a8 been educated in some of the best Eut opean Institutions, and has had many years practice in Ilospitalsiuid privittej liut has become reduced, has consentetl to ofVer as a Specific, a prepamtion of Medicine, which has cured tlie following complaints, in many thousand cases;— Dyspepsia i.i all \U forms—a hardness of food on tlie stomach—sourness ofstonip.ch; costivenrss; pain in the stomach and side ; sick he.id-ache j dropsey colds; bilious aflections; (all bilious habits are more thoroughly cleansed by its use;) any complaint of the chest is fcffectu'dly removed by it.—Wlu n taken in incipient fevers it ahv.iys excites per.spiiation, and res-ores hralth. Thousands of certificates and aflir-might bs produced, but on<* trial will convince the most incredulous of its virtues. It is pleasant to the tiste, and does not intei-fere with exercise.  For sale, at the Dnig Store of  J«"- ___\VM. GUNTON.  New Ji'pothecary and Drug Store. fjBpiHE Subscriber has just opened an Aj>othecaiy  JL and Drug, establishment on the corner of F and 12th Streets, wliere he has a complete assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuff«, Fancy Arti-cles, Perfumery, &c. superior chewing Tobacco, and Havana Segars. He hopes, by a strict attention to his business, to receive a share of the public pa-troiage.  ALSO—On hand, very superior winter strained lamp oil. IIORACE M. MIDDLF.TON, 9—3t ___  Comp'jund Chlorine Tnoth Wash.  IN addition to the many encomiums on this useful article, heretofore published from distinguished tnembers of the Vacuity, the following recently received are given.  From Benjamin Sillinum, M. D., LL. D., Prof.  Chem:Miii., 8cc. in Yale College, &c. Sic.  Messrs. Lowe & Reed: Gentlemen—I return vou my thanks for the bottles of Conr\pound Chioiinc Tooth Wash which I have i«eceived, and which I cannot doubt will prove beneficial, as the ingredients named by you, and confirmed by Mr. Haye.% are all salutary in regañí to the object in view.  I remallé, gentletnen, yours, respectfully.  B. SILLIMAN.  - From Landon R. Cabell, M. D.  The subscriber has used for some tinw Lowe and Reed's Tooth Wash, forcleansing and preB.;rving the teeth and gums, and for cleansing the mouth, and can with confidence and pleasure recommend it ;is possessing, in Uic highest degree, all the properties ascribed to it,  (Signed) LANDON R, CABELI,.  Lynchburg, Va. July 5th, 1832.  The above recominendaüon of Dr. Cabell was likewise subscribed to by Ilev. Messrs. Resdand Smith, and also by E. Fletcher and J. E. Martin, Esqrs. of Lynchburg.  Twenty boxes of this vahiablg compound, just received by i-oDD & CO.  Jan. IJ —Í2t  HATS, BOOTS, & SHOES.  The subscribers beg leave to inform the gentle, men and ladies of Washington mid its vicinitv,  Ctalms under the lute French Treaty. ¡■^UE undersigned, holding tlie office of Auditor  _ in the chy of Paris, and hy education a Coun-  stllor at Law, offers his services to those American citizens interested in the late Treaty, who are utuk-r the necessity of collecting evidence from the De-, partments of the French iiovernment. The impor-1 g t ince of this duty is well known to the claimants, '  and Was lately again announced by the Minister of the United States. The peculiar advantages possessed by the undersigned, in conscquence of his official relations, for every matter connected with searches in the several Bureaux, arc well known to the Atwerican Legation.  On the subject of these advanta^s, and for the private character and st:mdiiig of the umlersigned, he rclers (by permission) to the Hon. Mr. Uives, now returned to the United States.  In order to facilitate his communications, he has arranged a correspondence witli Antony Laussat, Esq. of the city of Philadelphia. All persons wish-  that they have, in addition to their foriner stock of HATS, BOOTS, and SHOES, this day received a fresh supply of Gentlem-in's and Ladies'INDIAN RUBUEU SHOES, lined and bound with fur, wur-1 anted to preserve the feet fi-om cold and wet; a!so, the following Fancy articles:  Hair, Cloth, Hat, Tooth, Crumb, and Hearth Brushes.  Soiiii, Shaving, Frcnch, Fancy, and Castilian  Otto Rose Sor.p, Transparent do., Pc rsian do. Ceylon do. Jessamine do. Persian Otto of Rose do. Lavendar Water, German French, and English Cologne Water.  Ladies* Pocket Books, Needle and Card Cases. A new at id splendid assortment ofl»idies' Toilette Brushes.  Gentlemen's Pocket Book:;, best Russian Leather. ALSO—A spen did assortment of Gentlemen's Velvet and English Satip Stocks, foi-med on the bristle foundation.  Daily expecitd— A large assortment <if I.adies', Misses, and Chil  ing to avail themselves of his services are requested | Jren's BOOTS and SHOES, made in the best PWIa to address their K-lters, post paid, to that gt:nileinun. i clel;)hia style.  The promptest attention will, in every case, be giTj: AI.SO—from 10 to 15 dozen h^it Phlbdclpliia en to the requests of correspondents. 'I'he advan- ^ Calf Skins, for making Gentlemen's Boots, and Wur-tages of the undersigned, and his restvlence on the ; „int^d not to break. Keeps conslantiv employed spot, will enable him to execute all commissions on | the best wo.kmen, and will fill all ordei^ comnutted  I to them nt the shortest pasaible notice. I Have constantly on hand the best FRENCH MO-: ROGCO, black and colored. Also, best English Kids, black and colored, of every description. Fin-eat Black Las'iiigs, &c.  ; All of which will be sold low for cash, or to dend of 3 per cent on the capital stock of this ; P'<»ctual customei-s.  • ' I. - GRIFFIN TILLEY,  Varnnm's Row, one door east of Dr. Slabler's Apothecary Store, Penn. Avenue.  the most moderate and liberal terms.  LUCIEN MECHIN, of Paris.  Dec. 22—eod2m  ov THK ÀI cr BO POLIS,  ______2d January, 1833.  yj^HE Board of Directors have rcclared a clivi-  Bankforthe lust half yeivr ending ihe 31st Dccem-. ber last, which will be payable on or after the 7th instant. GEO. THOMAS, Cashisr.  Jan 3—eo3w  FOR SALE,  I HAT fine throe story Brick HOUSE, the residence of the Hon. L. Caas, Secretary of Ww, ii^mily, during the last Session of Congi'css; situated on loth, between E and P Streets. Likewise tlie House at present occupied by the subscriber, nearly opposite. One hall the purchase money would be taken in improved property in the West ern Country.  JOSIAH BOS WORTH.  W.ishington, Not. ? 30. 1R32—tawSmcp 5  N. B. Gentlemen wishing Military Hats, or anv • other bind, can be accommodated with any shape or ' fom^ in the best Philadel hia or New York style, bv leaving their onlers with the subscribers. Dec, 29—w3w  (Intel. & Tel ]  ---1 „,  «00 WAí^'TlíO.  WE wish to purchase two luindrcd Negroes of both sexes, from 12 to 25 years of age, field hands, also mechanics of every description.  Persons hrvving such to dispose of would do well to give IU» a Cull, as we are determined t-» give higher prices for slaves than any purchtis^r who is novt, or may hereafter come, into'thiü mai ket f HE SUBSCRIBER has a beautiful lot of fancy ¡ communications promptly .nttended to. We JL dress articles, just opetied, and on »ix'.e. at can at ¡ill times be found at onr i-esideñce, west end his store, acljoining Browii'a ftòtd, received from tlie house of J, SiH, Chesnut street, Vjhiladelphiaj among thetn arc the following article)^ viz; i  Superioriinen Shirti^ l'I^in» inserted, and nifiled; ! Bilk Shirty a new article« superkv heavy black Silk Cravats; Lmen CoIUth English Silk Pock«t Hand kerchiefs; superior Stocki, Suspender«, md í^oves; f^lk travelling Cansi fancy Silk half Imse, ol^arioiis colora. SAMUEL DITTY,  Dcc. 31—tí Merchant Tailoi-.  Dukesti'eet, Alesandria. D C.  FRANKLIN & ARMFIELD. Dec. 31 dkccptf  STATE UIGHTS.  Jiut tiublùbcd, all'I l'or «aio by CU.\L£ A. CO.  ArAMI'HLKT. '-aiiiaiiiinx itip %'ìr«rtiiia ao<l Kantacky R* -»oluiiuii» of 17'J8 all'I 1799. wit^ Jeif.jrsWii oriCiBal draft ttier<iof; aiau Madhwu'i RejKiri, niiti Oatboun's AMroM, nad Ih.- Refcoluiiaiui «f tlio aevaral Stutes ia rfllatÌMj|i ^ut« RicbU, nidi olber dncuiufìtit«—tbo whiile eninpilad SìiouUi Oaruliaiau. Prie» 96 c«at«. / JmS  JaiiUarj 1», likw. >  PROPOSAI.S ih'aicd and endorsut wi-l be le-ccivcd at this oftce, until the ft-.M i f Mr-ih next,, to mahufacture and deliver at the N«») Yanl, Washington, D. C. abmit 120,000 ^ioun^U of the I>c8t qmility, American Iron, for makmg the Mower and Stream anchors following, via:  From 28 to 30,000 Ibi. for 2 Bower and 2 Stream anchor« for ships of the lit'«.  From 37-4» 40,000 !b«. for 4 Bower awl 2 Stream anchors for frigates.  From 47 to 50,000 lbs. for 10 Bower and 5 Stream anchors for sloofis of war.  The shapes and «limensions of the bars for th« anchors of the several staes, must be miwle to conform to the models and drawings which will be fur-niahed to Ihe Contractors (or that purpose, atnl by which the Iron, on <lelivery, will be irapectetl—it must also be testeci to the ^eptance ai^ Mdiifac-tion of the Comnutmling Officer of the aforesaid Navy Yanl.  The Contractor musi commenoe delivering the Iron by the first of May, and complete the dleiivery of the Nvhole quantity on, or before the 3lst Oeto-ber, 1833.  Ten pep cent, will be reaerved «from each pay ment to be made, es collateral security,-^ ll^ition to the bond which will be rcqoit^, at^ not b« paid until the whole quantity w d^liveiNed, i.ii^ct. ed and tesUd, unless apemalty authiiHstd hy the Board of Navy Commissionera.  To be published twicc a week in th« Globus Kat, Intelligencer, United States'Talegim^ EMtwm Ar-gua, New Hampshire Patriot, Commercid «i^t«, Hartford Timesi ProvMcnoe Fat^» Ntw York Standard, Pennwhranian, Dahlmore Repubfiean, Wchmond Enquirej«, Norfolk Beacon, Cincimiati Republican.  ^\GESTOR PHILADKL^  ^-p PASSENGERS in «ir Lin«a  ^or Baltimore will have a |n«-fcrence, if those who uke their seats the day previous, can have their places secure in the Mail Stages, by the Turnpike, and direct routes to Philadelphia. Apply at our office, adjoining Brown's Hotel.  THO. COOKENDORFER,  Jan. 16-gw___Atr^nt.  PHiE.MX STAGE LINES. Blue Saffjji Coaches, T EAVE tlie Offices m Washington and Balti-JLi more, at half past 8 o'clock, A. M. and 2 o'clock, P. M.  Passengers for Philadelphia, can seeure their aeata :nthe Eclipse. Line, owr.cd by Recside, Bcltzhoover, & Co. by appIyinpT at the S!.ige OlHce at Gadabv'a, in Washmgton. The Eclipse Line runs ]tl»rough in a  <lav. JAMES PASSETIV.i5i«/.  J;in. 10.—ot .  NOTICE TO SOUTHEItN TRAVELLER^ fl^HE RAIL ROAD fiom Petersburg, Va. to  JL the Roanoke river, in North Cai-ohna, ih m complete operation as far as Hicksford, 41 mile».— By this line, persons going South, can travel to Fay-etteville by the Rail Road, and over the best road in that part of the country in first rate postcoachei, pass ng through Halifax, Enfield and Raleigh, or •I'arboro. From Hicksford a line of post coaehea also runs to Lawrenceville, Boydtun and Hafifax Coiii-t House, in Virginia. Both lines, during the winler, ruii but three times a week.  J. SQUIRES, Ag't.  Petersburg, Jan.-6, 1833.—dim.  NOTICE.  E hav<i this day soUl out our whole right and . _ interest in the Book and Staiionaiy Estab-lisliment conducte4 in this city in our name, to Mr.  TAYLOR, by wJiom the Store and Cii«)Uadnf Library will hereafter be con^hicted.  J*»- 12. COALE fc CO.  N1EVV GOODS. "iru^T received by the subscriber, at No. 3, Vai« niim's Row, the following articles, via. Good Black Bombazine,  Do do Stuffs, Fancy Gauze and other-Ribbons, Fancy Tuck Combs, Side Combs, Fancy Belting, Black Italian Ltistring, Black and Colored Satin, Fancy Gauze Handkerchiefs, Black Silk do. Black Silk Velvet, Fancy Prints,  Blue, Black, and Colored Cloths, Cassin etts,—a good assortment. White and l?ed Flannels, Black' and Colored Italian Crape, Bobbinet and Thread Lace« With a general a.s5«>rtment of Domestic arrfi other Goods, suitable to the season, which he will sell low for Cash, or to punctual customers.  ROB' r F. MII.LARD.  J;\n 17—d3t  THlfliOOK OF BEAiriY; nnHE BOOK OF BKAUTV ; by ^3u» L. K. Lai-Jon, with Jj, ninolpcn liiglily fiiii»lic«t ^^nvTiivinj», by Ileulh.  Tili« vi.Iiiim; ik l>y iar tiie ui«!>t hcauUful t^nuveair «var  A Cb'.v cn[»ici, oijlv, tUiä «ia> rfl3r,!vcil from London, by  TH0311'S0N AiHOMA.Va. Also—  JOHN.SO.\'S senAI'.S. N... 4, tojlriy» <lii|| c«re atvny. I.AW3 OF .MARVLAND-CiiMPLKTB SKT.  For Miii by F T.iVI.Olt, Kivcn lioor* nf OmUi v'».  ACOMPLKTK ^KT OF TIIÜ l„tWM OFarAUVI.AND, iu two (ju'irtu miU (1%'t: ocdtvo vtibunes, pre}iaretl by Ktlty, Atlornoy at i.:r.v, ««iilcr Ihn uutliürily of Hi« I^gitfaturi;; cna-t:.iiiiiiir, »It'll, ibu ori^'iaal Cliurter, i^illt uii Kiiglitb tr«n4lnliun; ill'! i'lll iif Uiglils atid Coaüiliitiou of Kto !?t.ile, a» originally 'iiio|itr-(l by Ilia Coiivf iitioii, with »nvcrul alttraiions by actiof AtiRc;jib!y; the Articlet uf Ciinfeil urn Unit, Arc. ¿ee —^ftri>iif ly bouiit!. wiib Uli Index; Uio whole ia (■''''I'^ct oiilct, |<i-i«o farty li.i.'I^Ts. J|.,nlC  BOOKS AND STATIONKttV.  Ì7I TAYLOR. Iia':, and will koi^p coiistaally oil haw), a good ^ • u^iiuriiueut ol'  ItiiW, M<;dical aod MiscdhneoHs Buofts, In evnry i<i.-|iarimci'l ol lilcraliirc «ml etience ; ScIkmiI IS>» k#, .'.c.mnit Itinkji, ¿kc. &c. ; whii^h, lo'ethtir with a l;iri:a D>iiturt-iv.nitC •!'Siatioui^ry nf nil i«io<l». Fancy Arii.iei«, Mufic. Ac. tVc. will bo »oUI iho lou'fìit Nortlifirii itricra, al itin olii »land of t;o;iU! <tii«J Co-.-ipaiiy, »"»«u ilotir« o ist ofGaJtby'» Hotel Jiimmry \G  notICK] ~ '  All persons indebted to the late firm of COALE & Co are hereby requested to make isnmedi-ate pavment of tiieir accounts. Per.-iona residing i;» the District, and having accounts .^f^-uat the firm or ag'.in.st the estatt; of the late Edward J. C'o:dc are alsoi'cqucstcii to present them eAriy us possible.  jJt the lyaxUuigwn ^'Jisiftnibly EU iri CAUU.Sl rcspcctfullv informs bis frieada J and the public, that his dancing school is open  at the above place, where he will teach dancing and  waltziiig, &c. on the most reasonable terms. L. C. will attend at AciuU-iuies and private house.'*. Applv at the .\ssombly ItMjms. Oct. 16—dif [Intel.}  JOURNEYMAN BLACKSMITH wanted. A good ban 1 will find emj)luyment and liberal w by iipplviiig totlie .-iUbscriber on Louisiana Av enue, neai-ninUi »ti-cft west.  C. BUCKINGHAM.  Washinjictua, DvC. 3, 1832.'-6__  I^STRAYbD away iVain tin; subKctiber nei^rly  opposi'.'.'Gii-dsby'a Hut«i, Pennaylvawa Avine door below \Viu. IJl^ckwell's, a light pi .J  E  m»e, one  COAV, with n star in her foreheatl, m wtll as rcci I-lecled, hiTivy with calf, and aged about ii or 10 vcars, and v.i'i' weigii -ibont 4N) pounds. A br rive Doìl -rs will be given for h'r delivcn- nt mf housi. TilORNTOiV ALEXANDHR.  Jan. 12, 1833-31 _ _ ■  EHOlU of Mijor Gerierid Alexander Macomb» by George H. Richards, captain in the late war.  Harrooiiioe or Christian Melodica and  other poe-ns: bv Bettncr, M. D. Just puh-  lUhcd, for isale by THOMPSON & IIOMANS.  lost, ' ^  Yesterday, the 15th instant, between Mr. Fuller's Stable and Georgetown, a R&d M»-rocco I'ocket Book, containing a few Receipt^ and a cerlific.'ite. Tlie finder shall be liberal.yreii^ÌBnied by returning it to me. GEORGE HOPKINS. ' Jan. 16—3t At the Mansion Ì|ot«l   

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