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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - December 18, 1838, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 KDITKD UY FRANCIS P. BLAIÍl.  IJLAni iV JOHN C. RIVKS,  FRANGIS I'  IMíOrHlKiOH^ VM) l'unUSHl.US.  VKÜMS  ).,,!*■ i'M- . iiv "I"'  i'i,' It'.-is ilfui a yf;ir. f I ¡i(-i ii< iiii'i , !Hi'A i l,lv (i-ijicr. fiy (tir >i i)r  " ¡iir 1. f)-iliMH í) Vf.ir, ' II ii!f-; •■r iinT, .:,i¿ic-HÍiinui fíliiln": lUiliiii; ihof ■HM, < ¡ lirllillX lirio, '' ''  r'ui»"'ri¡i!ion!t 10 ilv l'.nlv ("m I'"-" ili.ih i-'i, cr i" il ,,>i.|,ly lor i<."»H lll.iii (iMir lili'iillit, ^^ Iil ii ': 1)1' r» i !íl • v li. ri iiHcnber» III íy lil < imiIiiiih- 'tii ir i > ¡il an v ni.i  |iH ihe tfioe lliry h.ivf rri'piv«- I t(ii"ii ; / ri:il ¡•■i!l Vliiwrt who 8ulis<Tit)n tor ii yr:tr, nn.i'lo iii>l lii' i!, 1 ri''iiií< ("r'ii. i a «li-ToiinniiHin "s iii ihi- ''n l m ii, '-i' -i-i!-. '-i !!.rrH iiii'll'ticy licr lí,.'. , .»;>• i i • m'  IU\' FS.  u < > í t I ) 1 ■  ,OV--r.NEí> i'OO Ml'CH.'  ¡■KICK« K)H Al) V  -I, thi'.c  VOÎ.. Vin....N() 161.  TUESDAY NiGMT, DECEMBER 18, I8:i8.     t. .11    ;, r .t'IviTlifCin ii'H i-.li,ir'-    ,• 1 Ih jT      .K 11    l.crai .li-^r.>1.1.1 niii-t'- !" i    h'.-.' ui      .1Í'    ; .ii/inniN lu l'c ni,nil- f 11    '          , ,,i,|liilV 'il |,Uil, ' "''il-.    1 . 1'          n.,; r..-«'    li: 1- l'-l ■      Ihl ' Il    i, ,, ..lili!, 11.' ,1 siiiih imil O'.    ' l|.l C.V      (.i'-li    ,!r;i II'!':/! irill '''    ,1,1,1. Il II m/ , ■      nr '1    ¡'•t. jiniinli., ' v f rli/:rii:p    H     f .vtiulfn  iir  ¡>. ,t li/n  ! i: \ \ 1 ' I i;oM w \sfii\(; lo.N ¡o  I ' ilAlíUlsnwiMÍ^^-THUOUGU IN  1 HAY. — 0,1 ai.il .'liin Aloiidav, lht> )7ih íhí-I. ilu,-HA í;riMOi:f: AND Sil^UUHilAN-■ XA RAIIJÍm M» W.li  MKRV, ."vr. , H< n,lllll^ L;;vi n.h-r  Kdsr .Soap  Wairr.  f .vtiulfn  iir  V I:, ti,'. ,1 vil',"  ¡>. ,t li/n  SI KA M BOAT LÌ NI-: FCR PUlLAnF.r.PÍÍIA.  TflK Pu! Ii(; ar(> r^'-' -Ttíiil-I ly mlortiu'(!, ilial ¡lu- v\ ( n.hi^ n!p;ht lino, Will tic dÎM-on-unufii atHT tíiUirdav iipx', 1-t Di'comlif i, milil furih.T iH'iiff. ■ T. tìilKPPKlU), A'.'fiii. j5aiiimc)iv, Doc. l-dOi  FOR NORFOLK. Thf Mrnini r COI.U.MnLX 11, nt'irr tin- PJth insiatil, ci;, IcaviDr: Wa-^liiii','!-i-i or) ival ()!' I u'  Li  .1 VI  H,  iniiiii;  ■\'Ct I  •ly al  hele  10  o'ciiii !: Bv Î:  (|narl'  ^'riiv < v. ly (lay at a (iiiailcr lui'mi' 111  liif' iih)tn:iifi, airivr at  o'cJock in the atirriiüon. Dor l'A — li I 111*  |). C. IL  1 A l'FS' ACADI-'.MV -The 'Jf this (I'-i'tntinn, locaii'd  ; Ifavins Wa>h-Vi'ilf al>ui!l twd  nOPtDLKfl,  Siipcniiicri'l'tit.  tcini of  Frifrii!'.-.  s>'C(>iii at iho  m ^  iiiakf liut (UK: trip a w Saiiirdays, a! Ixi oVIi'cl:. or alt>.T ih far- from BüUiininc. Roinniin'j, v :!! Icavi^ N^'rfolk on Tije'-iiav', at "> (ri h'clc, n¡ ait t iIìi-aViivai <>r the l'i rlsini'iü!» rais. Passage and /hrr §6.  JAMES AflTCKELi., Ma^t-r.  THF PI K DM O N T Oi: ..'.^/»aSCiUTllWFSf-Fl! M AIL  LLS L l<-avr> Fi cdi'i irK-hui ."adLX.î:55îïVirt:mia, tur ihc S.mth, Oc i. -1 IT ih'' I'vcn days, 2, 4, (!, 8, Li, .\v>vfii,l-i'i  ,11!',! 1.)ei:pi¡i!>fr Ihc (idd davs, L 'L -"i, Sift ¡>  fvrrv iii-ht. F'are to Mdli-dgfvdlc  Leave-' Mdledjevdic lor the Nnrih tho odd ifav-^ iif uciiiî'cr, and Ihe even days hi N>'vciii'ier and Drc'iiiher. Oct C  liiisrii  ASHINGTON BRANCH RAlLPvOAD. The Passptigfr irains on thi^ road wdi daily start a.« follows, viz;  FROM WASiUNGTON FOR BALTIMORF,  At G o'clocK", a. in. and ai 4i o'idi.rk, n. rn. FROM BALTIMORE FOR WASHINGTON-, At '.) o'clock, a. m. and at 4 o'clorlc, p. m.  Pa->t:n?ers by the morn.nc train, if procr. dni? wcstwaidly, can coiinrct with the AVe-;ern train ^ :i ihv Raltimorc and Ohio mil road at the Relav ho;i reach Frederick in time for the W' -t'' u 'tr.'j'-s that leave there at P2 fi'ci.'ck, mnui, or Harfi r" Ferry, in time for the evening train to Winciii -icr while p?<^engers travelliii-^i castwinliy arc co:;-veyed throa^h to Philndelphia u'l'hou; y  4fiennon at BaUimore, reachins; Pniiad. Ipiv.i ui time for the evening line to New York; and ihn> accomplishing ihi? journey from Wa-h:n'j:!-'n to New York in one day.  Under no circumstances whatever can thet'a'n be delayed beyond the hour fi.xed for .■-tartin?. It is, therefore, respectfully sujcested t'liit pi-.-nu:''! procure thi-ir tickets the pri.'vi(>u;. even ins; t'' c!-,'-hle them to do which, the office will b'Miept op» n t;':! half past seven o'clock, p. m. Bv order.  May 14 SAMUEL STETTINIU.?, At'. ro.  Oliurcii, I'liNt Ward, will c ^iinicncr on Monday, Dcccinli-r :i.i.  L'' Stem H. Gii(;;a!i, widl known as a successful tc.irlicr (>f hi-- ii.-vtivc lontjiie, (I'l'i nch,) has Ivcn rii;'n;:rd as PrnfcsMir of Modem Larifjuaijes.  voliti;: ;.i-ritlein;i¡i, a íira'iuale, of ¡¡oud moral cliniac,!"r, and l!l~^tinï'ui-^líel| ^cholardiip, has bci-n ' en:: 'ip I as Ti'^îclier of Ancii'iu Lani^iiases and Chr - ii >1 I .ilei alurc  t^nniiion P>!anchps fif Etinh.sh Literature per (¡urtr-ter - - . . ^f, r,(i  For tlic and hi;;her Mathetriaiics,  (ciihe-- or l-oiii,) . - . -HT;)  l''or i!i'itucM' ti in Ftciu'li, Sjiatu-h, or [laiiati, s.i p. 1 ijiiai 1er eac!i, exi';i.  Tiiitii'ti as u-ual, payahle monthly in p.dvpii.-». No M-ho ar r'l-eived lor les.-- i( rrti il:an o h o'larii'i-. Nuiiil.er to be limited.  It \-, i!l Ik- pcir-civcd that the price of tuition h."!,-b'-en adv.inced. The only apology i-, the advan-tiìLT--- at tins -clioi.; can tu-ver br» aífoidrd at the low pi ce (ix'-tl by the former {iropriclor. Tins advance has b'vn made in nccordance wilh tin-wi'-hrs of iuanv id" die ¡latrons—not widiin^ their childicn lo he rducal.-:(i tlie expense of atiy bin ■hem^idveN'. Nov —e<i'.?w  OR'ril AMFRIOAN TRU.ST AND BANK-L\G COMPANY, .V,.. •>(;, n'ull Sina, Am/.i  York—Capital ¿iriO.niifbdod,—This inNlitutioa ha,-b-.-(.n ori'aiii/cd under the ^'cneral banking law i-f ihc ^ita!-'l'I Neiv York. Its capital tiity iii':-Imn-iot dollars—twti mdiion.--of whicli have becii suiiscrihed.  Il i.as biiiited it-- caj.ital fur five year- to tr n iiul-lii'ns oí' didi<ir>, l'Ili' half ot'whtch i-. lo l_>e secnr( i! on i'lindi and lui r!t:a:M's of (ee simple rt-ai otat- , and liie other tiali in ca-li or public stocks.  Tiic company is->ues it., stock lor cash, S'al.' st'ic!;,s-, oi' bonds secured bv mortgage, or iinincuni-bert-d r''ai esiate. y\jiplical:oüs to lie addressed to l!ie .Sec'Uid f>>s!iicr.  ;i!liNr'i[ I'FRFU:  I'lVi-r.- Uosf> .•.:,i,f!i Taibin'^ a',d ib iiand' Aillli'ii'l -.Ti'l IÎm-^" (;ir,,m Ainandine f r the biuuL  Hi'¡ra'-i', !'',iriiii'r, and Mi'ntel\ Cojorrnr Watfi P.i'i 'i^'o iiic 0|i..n", ami Piiibcoiiu\ lor the (lair b'i::'rri(.r I'oiiiai!'-, in ooi - arni roils I'lare'-, « 'old < Ireaia, ( Jnt. i lare's Extracts I.ip Salvi', in iiand-ouie po'--f'ri-am i.evitivr, ti,t u-c aHrr 'having Litbiic's Toih'.t  I.ubiu-'.'. La.vrudi-r Water, Fionda Water ALMt,  Pocket-book;, Piir-cs, Hhavins; Pi<ix" ;  Brushes of all iiitids  Ta viol's siipeti'ir .Shavin;; f-îoap  H.indi'tson":, and Emcr-on's Ra/ ir f-'trop.v, (5.-c.  E. IL C. IL JAMES, I^t 14:h slr.'i t a- d Pa. av.  Navv AOI'NT'S Ori-'ici-, iViishhigtryn, I). C. D r. 10, IHIM. ROpr).SU,S Wld tie received a! this o¡;!.( until the aOtli instant, f.ir liirnishin" bu-ih«  f'ííí'^n F .Su I ),'.(', Il le r ¡icrs K m v.'.-j.aiCi , pi'riodica ui.!\ f'.i'.f .irc'iuiit,. due .11 ' <■ ii'L'l.i, ih.sl ht' ex pei't ; to ÍK- t .SCI il lu .laiiii,!! II" toiM' i|. . " ;;:aie.-i, .ind w any bu -.ine-, p!aCi''¡ l'i lus lie , rril Io Inm m P;.b..iielp  inform proprietor-. <fi 5, A'c. alili oiiirr-^, v> ho Soijlh C.uolina and be m Chailc-^loii ih<' u liieiice to make ihc I be happy to allrlld to i.iii'f . Accoiinis can lia, l'i lo the care of iV r,-. Courier oHic.e, GI'loRiiE OATlCs, :ibl Che.-liiu. - I. Phibiilt lpi,i'!. 1 Dr. J. S, I'.irtiett, Albion Oitice, •M-;, (iaie- iV Scaion, Wadiin':ton WilliiiiU n A Co. Cliailrslon, 3. C  .i.i\i  use of  Blank: IP.'ÍÍ».  D.'c  tlie Navy at ihi,- •.talion, all the Siaiiotiery, -, lie. that niiy fie reipiired during the vear  lit—dl'ii) (Nat. Intel.)  iV.-vv A(: = ìl'iisìiiniffnn. I).  W^ROPO'iAI.S win ly utili! th'- -ibih 11,-  1 e of th- N,(vy at th: and Vrf'c'allies iIkii t-y.-ar  NT's ' Ifi'u ;K, i\ Dfr. 10, iHibb  l-'C received at this oliice t. lor futnishin'„' for the ■ station, all thi' lu'sh P,e,.>t iv hi' r''i|airi' ! durmió the  .\at. liii'-l.^  it,  AMEi;iC \N ALMANAC FOR I'^'Ub-H. ''"niaiiiii-g till- ii-ual amount of vaUiabie cdinmercial. ]iobtiral, lii'lnncal, slatisii"al, aii'l ■-cientilic, mforinaiion, for saie by b'. 'J'AYf.OR, (an additi Miai siipplv t'.i > dav reecivi>d.) ))Mce ( ni-'loltai; b can be re,'idi'v transiüilied by mad. Dec 10  IJPERIOR LL'i'TE I PA PER.—Just receiv-cd bv the sch(.oner PreM.huit, 120 reams of Rutler's extra supeifiu'- Sa'in fmi-^hed White Vellum Lftirr Paper, ¡.'lit atid ruled on three side,-, iTU'de exprcs-ly to order, and to i-e h.id on'y at Sta-  ti-iner's Hall. W. FISCllEli.  Dec 10 [Ad'.'I  WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD Transportation D.'-'.i-i.t,  December L'-, I,■^37.  fT is respectfuily made known that u: cbaiuli-, or other commoduit.s receiveti at this Dtp-.' for delivery in thi.s city, or to be Ibrwarvl.-'i to I5:\i-tiinore, or to points on liie bn,' of the road,'.•.'M hereai'ier be subject to the I'onco.vin;^ re'.;uhmoi:>, >.< which thoie irtere.sied will plt-a^o take untice ;  l-^!, The freight and charge:; "ii all coods ci signed to individuals in this c;iy or v!i-;i.r-. luusi be paid before their removal from n e Ijepoi 2d, Commudities olicred ¡or transporia':on ■ be distinctly marl;ed, and be accompaii'ed by ; list, in liupiicaie, of the number and dc,-(-; .piion ( packages to be forwarded, the t.ame of tne c, .'¡isnre, and of the party forwarding the samr otherwis'; ihcy cannot be received.  The Company will not be responsible f' r dama'j arising from leakage or breakage, nor wii' they i. resp(-,ns!>)le for damage alleged to h ve been n reived by any iiood>; or t'iomiMiKbiiesu an-poitcti b ihein, unless the claim sh.iil be made bi-ibic lie reinov.ll of the goo'is fr'Un the i/t-pot. ¡''iirthe! if goods which shall have been trau,-,p',-: on road be not received or taken away by dieir <c,-: iisiieis or turners, un the day ol' tiieu ar;iv.<! ; I Hi-Depot, the Co.npany will not -i»' ie,-poii-¡h'; f i or pay anv claims for lo.-,.; or d,imai;c v.-lr:ch r..,: he -sustained by such eouds; in other words, ; goods, a- a'.iove described, be permitied [<■ r"ma in or on i!.e cars on the raib.vay, i r at ihe D-oi ; oae (sr more nighl.-i alter ¡heir arrival, they',..: leiiiaiii so at the exclusive risk of the o','. nets cull-;giiC!.- .  The :u;,,i-s for r'"-.;--iving auti delivei..;_' , . ': Will, until further i'lOiict', l:e from 'J a. ui. n-.' 4 p. m. By ordei', De i.; SAM. RTETTINIUS, Aicnt.  g-^LAYING (""ARDS.--W. FISCHi'Hi b.a<  W open'-'d a very e.vtcn-.ive '-uppiv ( f the be>t P'ayinL' CanU inade in the counti v. Th" arratit'e-mentv wh'cli he has ma-!e with thv dilferent maniilac-tnrer- while .t t'ne Noith, etmlde; hui. to -ell il.em quit'' as low, if n It b's<;, ih;m the same (pu-.i-f/ <-nn „,, , , , , . I bi-piuc!!a>ed for else.vhere in the Dl^lrlc!. Sold  Lie lerms upon which this company make their | ^nd retail at Sruioner's Hall.  i Dec 10 [Adv]  Mc.-^-M,--. A. S.  Ch.irk'.'-lou, S.  c;. O. refers New Yorl-;; M (Jiiv; and A. S, dec bt  CAIU). - ENObM! 'l'UCIvElî, Mkiicha'.-t Tailor, (of the l.ile brm ot Tiickcr and 'i'lmmp: ÍU1,) leave lo ;;ntiotiiiC(.- to hi.- old c,u--ttuncr-, and the (luMic his piepatalniíi aU'l ability to' ei vc them, as bh merh', with all article.«; in his bill', t'l the most supeiior quality. Nov ;;o—dlw  ,'FRENCH r.ANGUAviE AND LITERA 'i'L'líE.—Prof-ssor Mkktrk, fortnerly of Ya.le Coilct'"', Professor of iMod^rn Lan^Miag's in Co-bimbian ("ollege, honorary member of T. D. and Hampden Sidney, lie^s leave to nc'iuaint llie cin/. n~of Wa-hiiu'iou and viemily ih.it he has (f-iimcd hi", instruction in 'he above buKMUit'c. lboi(.'>soi Meier,' fer!-: propi! (.!' the mjci.."s, which ha-< attended hi-cHoit.^ to render his pupils con-ver^:^'lt '.vidi a. l,in"ua"e'o ¡ndispeii-.ably retjiiisii'-' in piib-^hed si'Ciel\. I'roliv-s.tr Meieie',<; moil' of luitii.n conn.-el.; i!-,. theorepcai wi'ii the pra'-tical pli'l--; althou:?!! b ' iloe- not po.-.-e-the sci-ret  of tea.r-iiuip a l?n2:ua'îe i,i six, twfdv. or ei'^hteen le. :m(|-, Ik hns it in his power fo alirid::: ■ the siiidy and render it |i!i-asant ami proiiiable.  Rkpfrknck'í—Hin. Mr. Forsyih, Hon. Mr. Panldiiii;, Hon Mr. R'-nion, Hon. Mr. Ellsworth, W.isliinrrton city; Pienjamin Hallowed, ("^i]. Ale.x atidi la; Thomas (? nehie, e-ii. E-blor ol the Richmond Eii(|uir»'r; fît. R<'v. Bi-h'ip B. T. Ondi-rdonk, Rev. S imu'd H. Turner, D. D. H/m. Gi'leon Lee, New York; ti e Faculty of Yale College, his Excellency W. Ellsworth, Governor of Connecticut, Hon. Mr. Ndes, Ac.  For term«, Ac. applications in wr tinir are re-'iue>ted ¡'1 b«^ left at ihe Fancy store <if Mr. Fischer, oral the boolr^tore nf G. Anders'iii or F. Tayloi, Pennsvlvania avenue. Nov H—Im  INEP. AL WATi:RS._ !5rdb.id water ~n bill-, and lia!! bhls. direct from the spiin;;; do. in b'fPiles, c.arboii.'Ueil at the spnn::; Saratiiga \Vai< r m (]t-.; Soda W'ater iVom the ioutiiain, at D"C I2i TODD'S DiUS Store.  4 MI'RIi:;AN state papers.—The r.ub-j  '-¡iher has 'or Sitie at his stor-', opposite tlie! Genaral Po-,t OI[i<'.', sets of the American Stale] l'a)>Ms n!:il v(-!umes lobo. !  All the Lan -, Docum-'iit-, and Journals of Con-, '^p-, < lioiii 1774 lo ihi-. lime.  licKi-iei . of Debites, and I'obiical Registers,' aLo, a col,'"c.lion of \siluahle Law Boolts. |  Tiî'-re are in the >io'e a number of Mi-cella-p( .lis Books winch will be sold at very reduced' pric<'s. Cil .ORGE TEMPLEMAN.  i b'c rt—  arn:ii'.zeHicnU are as lib-'ral a.»; those of any corp rabon m liie Slate.  ofl'lCKRS.  JO.Si'^ITl D. BEERS, Pi.'sident. JOH.\ LORLMLR GRAHAM, Coun.-ellor. WALTER MEAD, Ca.^hier. DANIEL E TYLEE, S:>coud Cashier. WiLLIA.M P. POWEP', Notary.  PiKK'..'ron:.  Ptier Siuyves;.r:t,  .'\:isiia G. Phelp-, Tnomas L. Servoss, Ji bn I.. Ciraham, William P. Hallett, Valeiiiine G. Hall, William Stebbins, Hftiiy H. Leed-, Gilbert Allen, Thomas G. Taimage, C.-urilandt Palmer.  J( .-eph D. Beer<, Tii, ir.a-- E. Davi-, Gi'orL'e [>. Sironc;, John il. Peteis, ■ Riibeii Dv-'.m, Jo;raihan Tro'.ter, < 'tiar'es 1 loyi. J:ini. s n. Aiiirray, Heniy IL Fllioit, (ìlMibah Hobae,-, Damei E. Tvb e, Henry Y..i  Sheldon Thomp>on, Eric counlv.  S.iiaiiel Wblà' Oi), Eri».- county.  Wad'.in^ton lliint, Nia;;aia cuuniy.  Davi,! E. i'Iv.tii-:, Gcrii'-._-e ci.uinty.  Wi-liam iv. Strong, Ontano county.  VtMbam M. 01iv< r, Y'ates oounly.  Samut 1 D. Wai'.cer, Baltimore.  Jamt; Erwiii, New Orleans.  Nov 8—biii  ;^RENCH LES.SONS.—xMons. A BADI E, pu  pii of the N'ormai Schooi in Paris, has die: ho'.or :o iiift rm .he larìi'.s and gentlemen in tlus city, Gb'i-ri;..'lown and .-lie-viindria, that he continue-1 lo Ulve 'e.-Suiis in his ov.ri i.ative lansuage, al bis: ; io"i;is, or iti private iamilies or academiesat a mo-~ i di ra:e pi ice, winch will he rtiduceii to those formrd ' I iti f i,, aCt'ord:n'.i to the riumber.  Evenn,^'-c.ii'io! '.vili be open from .') liil 7, arili I fluir. till io o'cioclc, p. m.  Aj'ply Dr. V/atkm.-':-, cornei oi'4i Street and ■ P..'nn>y 1 vani.'i avenne, or at Fo-v-ett'.-j, lately M:.-. ^ I L'-ti inno'.--, i,ppo- !t.' GaiM'-,'s h'Cel. ^  ; i Abadn "- Fn-ncb Gi-,iminar aial Ctairscof Frenc h i l .it'.'rature, t'jr sale m ali the ho. k suirtin ihi:ì '.C!iv. Nov2H—eolm  ENGLISH BOOKS.—Ju.t receive.l and bir s..de ai MOI! ilb'iiON'S Book-tore, four 'biors we t of P.r"\<'n's Hoiel,  Tni- Lonti^'Ts' Commonplace P...ok, or Mucel-lane, IIS C"!'ccpi'ris -¡i Hi-iorv, t^riiicisms, Bio'.'ra-phv, Po. trv, p.iid R..maiic'.', in 2 v..Is. London edi-  tlO.'!.  Proverbial Pbdosonin', a Book ot' 'J'houuh's and Ar-jurnen or:<.'iu,iiiv tieat.-d bv Mariiii Fari|nhar Tupper. e.-'j. AL .A. .l.omlon eiiiiioii.  'Ihe Biuiii oi'the Carioon-, bv the Rev. R. Cai-termolc, B. D. th'- eniiiavini;s by Wan en, han.!-somelv bound in calf, gili, 1 vu'. Lon.lon ctipy.  Mechanics i.>f I-'luid-- ¡'or Practical Men, com-{irisins; Hydrostai.'cs, de.'-criptive and construclive, the whole liujsiratetl by numen-us example.- and nppropnafc diagrams, l.iy Alexander J,imies"n, LL. D. Dec 10  LEG A NT AND FASHIONABLE BOOTS "^J AND SHOES—Sijrn of the Mammoth Golden Root^-JOSEPH B. FORD, Pennsylvania avenue, nearly oppo-iie Bmwn's Hofl, ha.s received, by die 1,1 e-,| importations from France, his usual supply ul I''reiich Calfskins and French Morocco, a portion of which he has made into .splendid Boots and Shoe.s, and is pr( pared to make to order any article in Ins line in a ¡.lyle warranted erjual to any in this or any other country.  J. B. F. olfers to the ladies rc-i(h'nt and visiting the Metropoli:*, the Adlowiriii, superior of their kind, viz:  Gaiter B lots, of any varif ly, with a beautiful assortment of colored Satin Ture, with coloreil Morocco to suit, tor making Gailer Boots. Ladies can have any color they wi-h to match their  dr..-- .  Chn-nna Wat. r-proof Boots bncd with fur, a rni'St d,':.irab'e article f<'r winter.  Al'-o, the (Imbed Silk Boots and Buskin.«, wilh cork -(i!'-'l Boois atid Shoes made liaht and elastic.  Sbpp:-rv, of every van-" y, (or halls and evenine; parili s, wiih all otlier arucles u.sually kept in a fashional'le shoe e-tablishment.  To ihr 1,'eiiilemen J. B !•". would particularly re-marl; that he is, m every way, pref>ai"ed to fit them with Ib'iiiri and Shoes in the neate^t and mo.-,t fashionable manner. A.Ì1 the work of his ei-tablish-ment IS ¡nvari,ibly made of French Calf and Morocco Skins, with Spanish Stdes; and having sue-c<'( ded wilh great c;ue and attention in iretting lasts peif<'Ctly ada[ited in the shape of the human loot, and in securii,;: the .services of Mr. James Parsons, (who-e superiority in cutting and fiiting IS so Kcnerallv acknowledeied,) he can, wilh the i;reatest confnlence, recommend his establishment to the patronaire of tiie public. Dtc 7—dlwif  n U.SBY & DUVALL, MrricuANT Taipors, (SLi one door easl (,f Gadshy's liotel, Pennsylvania avniie, have on hand, of Ihe latest importati.,ns, a larpe and general assortment of Superfine Cloths, Ca-simeres, and Veslinjis, which they will make up to otiler m the most ia-hionablc and superior s'yle.  They liavi' also on iiand a great variety of fancy article.H for t;enllemen'.< wear, such, as  English Silk, Merino, Flannel, au(l Cotton  Shirl.s and Drawers Buckskin Ve.'-I.s  Ready made Linen and Cotton Shirts Pocki't Handkerchiefs, Stocks Cravats, Gloves, Suv;p<'nders Silk and Merino half Hose, Umbrellas Dressing Gowns, Bosoms, Collars, Aic. The above good.s have been purchased from some of the first impor'ing hou:-eH in New York, Philaflelphia, and Baltimore, and will be .sold on as good terms as they can be Ixnighl in the District.  Member,-; of Congress, citizens, and titrangers, are respectfully invited to give us a call. Nov 2H~3taw3w  VERY VALlJAtiLE THREE inOR^ HOUSE.—On Raiurday, the 2r»th instant, ai, 4 o'clock, p. m. I shall sell to the h ;;hest bidder, public auction, in front of the pn lar'^es, th.nt v,-r\ valuable ihiee ,'-lor\ bn. k buialin;; witii ihr<'e sto-y l)ack hiiildin^s anacbe.l, all t,.' b.i -lc, an-i civered with -l.itc, and r.ow o( .-Ujiied by Mr.-. K'-iUirdy a-, a boardin:;diou-e. Thi> v.ilu.ilili- |'i"i','riy Ironis o« p'onr-and-a-halt ■ tn el, a!,.i h,is twenly loot alley along the wh.'le depth of the l"t, (li'j' feet,) w< ll paved, atid is wiitiin h!iy yaidsol Pennsylva  nia avenue, h decid. hie houses in this ciiy privale re.-idence, and proving pans of OUI ci; mak<; a p<>od and s.-ili.- ¡i well to attend thn sale.  Terms at sa'e, and p July next, If^.'!!). Dec 17—ei'ditd-  III  )u.> of I lie mo-f desira-boatding-houi-e or a one 11 the mo't im-ticnileinen wi.'hinc; to iiiciit of money, will dr»  a'  G  LACK LACE VEIL"^.—Just received, 2-haiid.-o;ne Blacic Veil--.  Dec I()~3i BRADLEY it CATLTT.  ENTLEMEN'S HOSE AND HALF-HOSii—  r)0 ilozen brown c- tton Hall'-H.i.'e .'iO do gray merino do 2.') do black silk tio  2,^ do white do do  2') ilo yarn, country knit, dr,  Ju-t received by  Dec 10—31 BRADLEY CATLE n\  C^ILOAK CLOTHS AND MERINOS—Just  J received —  li) jiieces hatui-ome Cloak Cloths dti leal IVenc'n Merini.-.  Dec 1U—lit BRA DLEY & CATLETT.  l't>TATIONS.—The i'ocket Cimpanion, nice 124 ci-nis,) translannir iho.-e word-, phiase-. maxims, an 1 ijiioiaiion-, (roin the Latin and l-'ieii(.h lannnages, &c. wdiudi are in general use in pillile bieralure atid conversaiion, mviiiz al.-o then pronunciations- accoriima; to the l-ái:íli-h orthi'7r,ipby, ju.-l rereived (ly F. T.VYLOR.  .■\i-o, everv vaiiety ol large and pocket Diciioti-' Deci  ^jlU'vViCYOR'S CO.MPASS.—At priva'e-.al.-a veiy superitir Cornpas--, divided to half de-izii es; tone c iiiie and spirit level for pliirnbinir th" -ii:bt-. it IS hanii-orni'ly pacice.l in a box and warraiitr.l coireri. EDW. DYER.  Df c b— i';]i  NGLISH BOOKS.—Thi.s day received for sale by F. TAYI.OR— Miller's Hisioiy, Philo.-ophical illustrations, in 4 vol- ; Loid BrMUgbam'.-Speidies, in 4 vols, with Hi-torical Introductions, and a Critical Disstrta-tation upon the Floiiuence ol' the Ancients; Lor,i Bacoi.'s Complete Wotk-, 2 large vols.; Macpher-son's Annal- of Commerce, 4 vols, (juartc.; John-,-oil's Dictionary, 2 ijuarto volumes, being a verbatim reprint of the or dinal work; Adam Smith','; Wcahh of Nations, c(implete in 1 vol.; Miscellaneous Works of Edwani Gibbon, 1 vol.; Stapple-lon's Ptiliiic.il Life of Canninc, '5 vols.; Oxford Engiish Prize E-says, fk vols ; D'lsraeli's Curiosities of Literature, tne 5 vols, complete it 1; Gibbon's Rome, Hume and Smollet, and Robertson's Historic:^! Work.-, each complete in one large handsome volume.  Books imported to order from London and Paris.  Dec 8  RS. CLIFTON, from Baltimore, has selected from the last arrivals in New York, a choice as.sorfment of French Fancy Goods, expressly for the Washington market, con.sisting of  Ricli new style of shaded .striped Mousse lines de Laincx  Bbick grounded Moasseline.s de Laine»; Plain blue black do  Shalley.s, white satin striped, suitable for evening dres,scs Shalleys, colored gronnd  Do mourning Striped Silks, embroidered do Gros de Afrique, all colors Rich embroidered Satins, Brocade* for evening dres.ses  Shaded Satins, French Chintzes Embroidered French Shawls, Velvet Mantilla Embroidered Stockings, black and white Uenl lilack and white net Glove.* Kid Gloves, blue, pink, green, and dark colors Thread Lace.s, Valenciennes do Black do for trimmings, dres.se,s, and mantilla; French Embroideries, Collars, Capes, Cuffs, &c Pocket Handkerchiefs, difTerent .styles -ALo, 2 cases of Paris Millinery, consisting of Velvet Hats, Turbans, Caps, Toques., French Flowers  Feathers, Birds of Paradise, <S:.c. With a great variety of rich Shawls, Blanket do.j all of which will be opened on Wedne,sday, the 12th December, at Mrs. CUMMING'S, Pennsylvania avenue, south side, between 9ih and 10th streets. Dec 6—d2w  g.^'iARM FOR SALE.—For sale, a small farm, coiitainini; one iiundred and twtn'y-fSve actes, about tiiree miles east of the Capitol, cro:«s-iu'^ ihe Aniu'ustia brulge, lying dircctly on the main  /ilHO.MAS H. BOWEN, Merchant Tailor ■ one door east of Brown'.s Hotel, Pennsylva nia avenue, keeps constantly on hand an assort ment (d' the best Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, and every other article in his l:ne of busine.ss, which he invites members of Congress, citizens and stranger to call and examine Dec 3—eolw  E  will be stilli at whole;-.lie an.i ii'tail, by b,i atH'oinie.; agent for the restrict, W. FISCHER. Nov 27  UR GLOl'E.—l'ersi,ns tlcsirous to j this valuable and excertlmcly popular work, would do well t.i sit ¡) in at StaMoner's Hal! and examine it, aiul wheic ■-ul.-.-riber-i wol piea>e to c.ill and take up their nuiniferi, from 13 to 20 inclusive, wiiich have JU^t ncei. received. Pncc tu subscribers only 12à ceni- a number, and which may be disconiitr.ied al any lime, by {jiving two weeks iioiice U) W. FISCHER,  Nov 15 Sole Asent b'r the District.  RAILROAD BETWEEN BALTLMORi PHILADELPHIA.  AN  TiVWE .1 DJY. r^HE United States Mail Tram leave tbe.iep. i,  a Pratt street, Baltimore, daily, at halt' past 'J j o'clt>ck, a. m. after the arrival of the cai.^ fmiii ; Waihmgton city. Passengers duic at Wibuington, and continue on in tht.^ same cars, pas- over tb" . .^plentlid via-luct (just completed) over tb.e Schuvl- i kill, and arrive at ihe depot in Market .stre^-i, Ph:l;i | ileiphia, al 4 o'clock, always in tune for the e.t ' iiig cars p) New York". !  The Evening Train leaves, the sruuc ilcpoi. Piatt j .-'reel, every evening, except Suinlays, at h.ilf past i 7 o'clock, or immediately at'ter ihe .rrival <.f lie' Washington ciiy, the Y'o'k, Pa. and We.-t,'i ii car-. | ra-seiigers take the cars, which are in wai'mg alc-n^side, sup al Havre-de-Grace, and th'-n ta'iti' . Ihe ni;,'ht cars, which are arranu'Ctl wi'h beiih- an.! | Ciller Cull vt^iiiences for the most comforial .t; ri;.''.>!'j: , si ep; arrive in Phtlatb Iphia, at the dc-p 't in ALu - | kei -»T'-t-i, without the lea'-t di.-iuil'ance i;i liieir ' re-t, in full time ft..r the early line to New Yoik. I The regulation adopted by this compan" lor the | care of bagease meets with universal aj proba- , ticn, as ii reUeve.s ihe pu-sensers of a 1 tri ubK- in | relation t.) it. j  The cars for the ac'-ommodation (d' ladie.s and children are pravitlud wilh retiring rooms, ami attended by female servants.  A. CRAV/FORD. Agent, Dcc 8—eo6l Bal:inioie.  WINTER ARR ANG EM!•:N T. SSSHR  TWICE A WEEK FOR NORFuL.K, PORTSMOUTH, PETERSBURG, AND RlClLMOND. ^N and af'er Frulay, the 7th in.-iatit, the sfeiuii-boat AL.\P>AMA, Capt. Suttim, will l,'a\c B.iltimore evt ry M.uulav .■.rel Friday, at oVIoc!:, p. rn. for th-' above places; reiunotiLr, will leavc Norfolk and Pori.-mouth evi.ry Sutulav ;'.nd We.l-ii.'-day evening. This arran'/e.neni i.^ cocjirutc to 'Huirsday, the 3d January, uide-^ i-o'-ncr inter-rupicd by ice in the Pai,ip-co, when thev will leave Baltinioie ever) Thur>day only. If the navigation be obstructed by ice, they w;U leave Ann.ipu-b-the same day, or as ioon a- the Mag.'s ¡-.rrivc ftoni Baltimore.  This boat runs in coimecti'm with the poru-nP'Uth Railroad, via Wibningion, to CI .'. !...-t,.ii, iitid by the James Rivtr Louts iti Peter.-buig iiii,! Ivichniond.  Pa--ace and fare to or from Baltimore and An-11 p:'iis, JAMES FERGUSSON,  H Dec. 3, lo^t». AavuL  I),-c (■—.1tl-tJ  ^^NGLISH LETTER PAPER—A laigc sup ^A ply just opened by F. TAYLOR, cmpri-'in',' vi'.'ht ditferent vitrietits. Also, nnmber i'» -o /ciitiw, eiari(iei.i, and opaque, ytry s." . .,. ... - .  DfC li  h NO'i'i ¡l''.!L re. jnt teMofthtt unnvalled virtue of -¿ .Á Wio Evans's Aletiicmes—Dy spep-.ia—ilie ear;^'' laii'.biii:.—Mr. J. Mcivenzie, 11G .S'anpin /Mre-"!, a- aíjbcied with tl.e above complaint bit ..'n \.ai.-. u lii.-:' iia'ap.icitatei! him at intervals for Ule pt'll' -d 0¡' SIX '^■C.•lr.-, in <iHend,::g to hi- i.', U:-l-ne - r£: i.>;e.' lo i.crfect healiti, under liie .-aiutaiy tieatnie'.t ot Dr. Wm. Evan;-.  '.i'iie principal sympioa.s were—a sense of lensititi and i.ippres-ion alter eaiitii;, di-lres-uiíí ain 111 tne pi i ot the stoinach, nausea, impaired appe-tue, uiiUiiiu .ss, palpitatii'ii ot the heart, ijreat deb; lity and emaciation, tkpie-.-^ion of spirits, distu.'-l . t-d i-(.-st, .-oiiietime.-a bilious vomiting aiul pain in the right .-I'le, an extreme degree of languor aiul fainiiie.-s, any endeavor to pursue his busines.-cau-iir/ irnmediaie exhaustion and weaiine-s.  Mr. McKeirzie is tlaily attending his busine i. and none ol ihe, above .-\ inptoms have recurr d since he u.-etl the medicine. He is now a str(' g a.itl heaithy man. He reported to myriads of reip dies, but they weie all ineliectual. He is willing to :iive any iniorination lo the atllictctl le.-pectin:: ihe iiii.-liniable l.'eiielil ren.lereil lo huii by the usi cf Dr. Win. Evan-'s medicine. |  Alii-; NTS. j  "Ll-yvVIS JOFINSON. \V.',.-!iingfoii, 1). C. ! Mr. DUV ,L, Richrniind, Va. I  H. Hi-.^SKY, K!n'.i -treet, Char^'sion. S. O .  '^i^.'^EW POOivS.—Ju.'t published, and this ihiy | j received for -ale at Siationer's Hall, the Wa-vi iley Novels, with the author's bi-l corrtctions and additions, cúmplele in live vtduaies, neatly bound.  The Onlv D.iugliler, a ilomestic story, eiiiled by the author of th'- Suhaliern, (S:c. in two volumes. She dwelt amid the unlrodtlen waj'.'<  Be-:de the sprin'j;s of Dove, A iMaid whom there were none to pr.^ise, Anil very few to love. Cli.arcodl Sk( tciies; or. Scenes in a Metropolis; byJti.-eph C. Neal, v.ith illustrations by Davi I C. Johiist.n; thittl tililion, complete in one vtdume. I).c i;5. ^ _ _ W. FISCHER.^  •i^"! FAV P.oolv.—The Only Daughter, a domes-X"« 'a-, sit.i V, ediietl by the author td' Ihe Subaltern, ivc. ju-r received loríale by F. TAYLOR, or b r circubiiion am.inK the sub.scnbers lo the \Va-veilcy t.'irculaiiii;; Library, immediately east of Gad.-b-y's.  Also, anew etiriion of the Waverley Novels, complete m five volumes, with the aulhorAs last coireciioiis and addait.'ns.  A new ctiitioii of Charcoal Sketches. Dec 13  '%T0T1<.E —Projiosals wdl be rece.ved at the olTic ot' the Cornmi->-ary General o! Piir-ciia-es, in b'hilailelphia, to furnish maP ii:;!.- ft i inakiim a;my cloihi;.^;, ¡'..r the year li-311, aint for sundry .uticics ready made,as htrealii.'r unurn'-raled, VI/:  Blue Cloih f'-'l ." ¡d..', dye,! in indigoj, antl in iIp: wool.  Su y B ue K'-r-Unbleach.-li Ct Fl.iiiiiel of C il Canioii Fiaiiiit  LNNE'S BLACKSTONE.—Th< most important par s .iif Black.-tone'.-- Commentaries, reduced to <iuesiions and an-wers, by Asa Kinnie. Just received by F. TAY'LOR,  c  "^ORK SOLES—Cork Sol-.-.--, c-.)vered wilh llann' !, for i;cet)ing the feel tiry arel warm; a supply of all siz'.s for sale ai TODD'S Drug store. Nov 21—-hn  g "1 1 lALLENGEBLACKING—Ju-t receiveda ^ ! laigi- (|iiatitiiy of NL-ist-:,"-; ininiitabli> Chal-ie,n;e i:h;c.in^, the !„st he h.is ever mad.>, which |  j ly, and atljoining the District of Columbia. Tnis land IS very susceptible of improvement, as clover and plaster ai.t.- well on it. The soil is adapted to the Krowih of tobacco, wheat, corn, rye, etc. and , wo.-^ild make a good dairy farm, having a spring j of first rale water thai never fails even in the | severest drought, and a suflicieiU qaanlity of stone (clo-e at hamt) to buiid a dairy sixteen feel square. Tliereis a young orchaid of first rate fruit, such a-apples, pear.«;, peaches, plums, etc. The improvements aie two small lenemenis, which, with a little expense, may be made very cornlbrtable; a barn forty by ihirty-l'our feet, sixteen feet pitch, underpinned with slcne, awd nearly new. There is fifteen or eixhleen acres of meadow land, which, wilh very liiilc expense, may be made first rate. It is deemed unnecesvary to .say any thing more, as il is presumed iiiose wha wish to purchase will examine and judge for iheinselves. An indisputable title will be given upon the payment of the purcha.-e money.  Any inlbrmalitm respecting the above land can be had on application to John B. Brook, e-ip Upper Maril.orough, Mil. or lo the sub-criber in Bladens-burg. THOS. BALDWIN.  N. B. I will sell with the farm all the necessary apparatu'ii for carrying on a small farm, siay wagon and hor-es, ploughs, harrow.s, cultivators, harness, axes, hi'e-, etc. Dec G—-eod2w  ,in "iVi'ii  on the 1st . DYER, h uciioneer.  CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.—JuM re-  Ct.  /eit  200 [iiece-."assorti li iirtiadclolh-L'lO il.) ca--iiner'>s The above \viil !:■>• s iM io',',', an.I ar."j:< in I-1 a[)¡ir'-ved maki-.  N.iv 30-3i lUlADLEY ci CATLETT  ol tlie  fEW NOVELS, (te —Jusi published, and for sale by AV. M. MORRISON, 4 douts westof Brown's Ip'tel, the Ibllowing, viz:  The Poetical 'Works of Sir Walter Scott, complété m six vobimcs.  Althea Vernon, or the Embr'oidered Harulker-ciii.'f, lo which is adtied Henrieita Han isou, tu' thi' ['lue (b.Pon Umbreila, by Aliss Lesce, auilnir o! Pt ncil Siie'ches.  Four ^'eais m Parar^uay, cornprisingan accoiuit of ih :t Reptihlic initier ti.e G 'Veinnii ni ol the Dictai. r Franc!a,bv G P. and W. H. Kobeitson.  l'c.c Heir of Selvvood, by ihe nulhore.-s ot Motlui- :mii1 Dautiht'»rs, P.n Money, iL-e..  ' - v R lymontl antl oiher taies, by the aulhor.'S;  u; ». • ■ ivu'l Diiu'nmrs, Dec 12  v, fi-4 W!il.'. 'o;-. Shiriiin.':, wnic. 'Il a.'id Wo.ii, 7-'s wi'.le. , 3- 1 w.de. Unbiea'jiied Coti.irt Drilling, 3-'} wide.  Do do do 7-8 wiile.  Bleaciied tlo do 3-4 witle.  Uniforrtr Caps fur Drasroons.  Do tlo Artiilf.ry and Infantry. Pompous AVhite.  Do Scarlet. Hair Plume.-. Banils and Tas-els. Aiguilelte. , (while and yellow.) Worsietl Sashes (crimson antl yellow.) Shoulder .Straps for ,-\rtiilerv.  Do do Iriiantry.  Bra>s do do Drairoons.  Ep.iulcites, Non-commissioned, Staff, Infai'i.-v, aii'i Artillery.  b'oraue C,ip.; I'or Ii.faiitry and Ariillery.  Do do Di'a-^tions. L a c e d B o o t e e s — p a I r s. Leather Slock-. Woollen Half-Slocking-. Plates and Tuli|)s fo. Dragoon Caps. Infaniiy Cap Bii-^'e-, Plates und Tulip.-. Artillery Cap Plaic;- ;i:i 1 X Cannon. Feüiiií Axc:>. Halchels. Drums.  AV'^all and. Common Tents, H t ra p p t n g K n a ¡isac : -.  Vv or.-teti Btriiling and Cord, oí all kind.-^, and Prus-ian Lace.  (Th:- «luantity and number of these artitdes will be tielermined hereal'ter.)  Casks and Cooperage for one year, frori: 1st April. Is39.  The whole ate to be domeUic manutactured material-.  ^ PdU"rn- of all the lequircl Cotton and AVollen Cloth-,, antl ariicle.s are tIep.'Stted iii lue Conimis-sary G, rieral'.i Oliice, m this cuy, lor fxarni,iatioii. Samples of any of the Woollen and Cotton Cloths, will be sent to any manufacturer, on applic.\lion lo this odice, (by mail) and such ird'ormaiion in relation to the good.s r.s may be desired. ^ Th<r Bot.-.ees are to be of eight .-^izes, ami the Caps of five sizes. The sizes and proportions of sizes will be siaietl in the contracts. On ihe samples an.l patterns exiiibited, the contracts will be i'outuled and inspeciions made, and no article will be receiveti that rs inferior in ih*' material or work'-manship. tu thaï d'.ies not corresp(.>rul in every I'e-,speci wp.h the pattern on which a contract is founded. The supplies are to be delivceti al tl.e Uniictl States Arsenal, near Philadelphia, for inspection, in etjual monthly portions, aiul the coii-firacis are to be fuiiilled on ur betbre thü 1st day ol Julv, l«3y.  Tne piopo-als niiist be writin-.', sealetl an.l eii-'iarsed " Proposal>," antl must readi tiie oiiicc of the Comiiii.-sary Cel.eral of Purcba.-es on or bc-tc.re the 7ih Janoa y, Security will be te-  quireti f. r the fulfilment of contiacis.  C. IRVINE, Ct )iimt;.'..i/'f/ (îencnil of I'urcli¡¡sci. t.;om.mis.sarv gkl.nkral.'s opptck,  Phiiadtlvhia, Ihcmlxr 1. I.SJ'r. Dec ly-- eoa"í7Jí  fgio INVALIDS.—The -;»b-:cnber a;iaiii iuvifc.  13 public a'len'ion to his lari'c i'stabli-'.iinctit at Iiiiliari Key, in Tropii al I-'ioi Mia, u-hich vva-erectcl fi>r the e;\pie-s purp i.'-e of I'ltriii-diiiu'corn!..rtr blc acctii.iiiioi'aiions to travelbncj invalids who ricti .i warm, dry, and pleasant asylum ilnrin? the v.-inier, or a mild, equable, and re-'ora'i/ te.r.pi-uitur'-■dirou:^hout ihe yea. , i ir inc ciiaracterisin j; i he-nometia t f the peculiarly tavorablc climaie of all Sonil-.ern Flt rida, the subscriber refers lo the wntiiiKs of Doctor IL Perrine, in ihe Medical and Agricultural peri(Hbcals, which show th:'.t it combines more natural, social, and political advantages, tor the restorative re.sort of our sickly voyagers, ihati France or I'aly, Columbia or Cuba, or any other portion of the world. For the facts which shov; that Indian Key is ihe most desirable site at present .settled in Souther-n Floii !'.i'"c: the ;.greea-bic ;iCt;oipmodaiioii of invalids, the subscriber relet-^ e.-pecia I ly to E Wu.i.iAMs, esq. o; Bo-t'r, T. J. S.-mitii of this islet, and oihcr gentlemen wht have parsed a season t.n tliis ilelightful litire islantl, For other lietails, he refers to his former adve>--ti^emenl in the Globe of last February lOlli to 2r>ih He now merely atlds that his price for bc.ardin^, with a sin:dc room ami servant's attention, will not f xc-'cd one dollar and fii'ly cents a day, and that a club of twenty et-iitlcmen can be accommodated al thirty dollars a month each.  SAMUEL A. SPENCER.  .UPERIOR BRUSHES.—The most exltmsive asst.rlmenl td' the bi;:t English and French Brusiies ,s consiantlv kept for sale, on ihe mo,-t reast.liable t< rms,at Fi'-cheu's Fancy Store, where ia.iii s and uenlbman cau be s'aited with Brushes of the lo.lowiim descripli'm: Ivory Hair Brushes Ro-evv.)ud tlo. do. inlaid i-atinwood tlo. do, do. Maliogany do. do. do. Ro-ewt.od Curl do. Mahogany Fleih do. Ivory aiul bone Teeth do.  Ivory, ebony, rosewood, and btme Shaving Brushes, with badger's hair and Russia bristle Ivory and bone Nail Brushes Comb atid Piale Brushes Poonah Brushes  Artist's Brushe.'-', sable and camel's hair Salde and camel's hair Brushes, short and long,  round and flat, of every size. Dec G W. FISCHER.  1 NGLISH AND AMERICAN ANNUALS  _ W. FISCHER requests the attention of ladies  and sientlemen to his extensive variety of Annuals for 1h39, and other interesting and beautifu 1 hooks for Christmas and new year's presents, (received this day,) consisting in part ef  lleaih's Book of Beauty, with 12 platps Heath's Picturesque Annual 20 do Heath's Keepsake 12 do  Heatli's Beauty's Costume 12 do  The Waverly Keepsake 60 do  Italy, Francti, and Switzerland 43 do The Oriental Annual 18 do  The Imperial  Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Book. Ackerman's Forget Me Not. The Book of Flower-. The Young Lady's Annual. The do do Gift. The Token and Atlantic Souvenir. The Gift, by Miss Leslie. The Violel, do do The Lily. Chri-tmas Tales.  Flora's Interpreter, by Mrs. Hale. Juvenile Forget Me Not. The Lady's Cabinet Album. The Religious Souvenir, by Mrs. Sigourney. Tales, in verse, by MaryHowitt. Italy, a Poem, by Rogers. The Young Man's Guide. The Cabinet of Biography, comprising Memoirs and characteristic Anecdotes, wilh 14 plates.  The Humorous Annual, with intertsting Fables and authentic Anecdotes.  The Odd Volume, a collection of odds and endf, in prose and ver.<e, by an Odd Fellow, for 1839.  Unfi'ding Beauties—ihe most beautiful illustra-'K ns of flowers and fruits ever published in this country.  "In eastern lands they talk in flowers. Am' they tell in a garland iheir loves and care.'; E.ich bhe-som thatbloornsin theirgardenbowers, On its leaves a mystic language bears." Dec 15—2aw2w  XTENSIVE .-ALEdl' Rlr.H ANDFASH-K'NAinj-: FU!;Nrr('i;E.^-Will be -old on Wedn"sday tue 21),h .lav of D'''"mii('r in-iant, commencing at h.dl' past 10 o'clock", A. M., at the residcnre of General Graiiot, F, near 21st -trret, f fair, if not, ihc nex: fair day thereaner, hi.s plendid furniture con-isitinE: of very superior Sax->ny Impenal Oai pet-, (:li'(;atit Cifecian Mahogany Chairs, Soia aiel Ottoinan, covered with criin-on silk plush, Inrye French Mantel, pier Mirrors, rich Mantel Lamp-, < h ::ant Cmsol Table with Egyptian marble lop, <% litre Table with marble top, fine toned C^hick.nin^ !'i:ino, Stool and Masic Stand, with variou:, other article, of Drawing Room Furniture, very hand-ome P>erlin Iron Grates. Also, very superi(;r Vied ro-^n funitrure, consisting of elegant Dressirii: Bureau ; wilii fine Mirror ; and marble lops, i-'jicio-rd Wa,-h-tands wilh marble tops, Mahoirany Bcd-tead'--, fine Hair Matras-se-, Feather Beds and Pailias-e-, Imperial 3 ply (Jarpets, Mahogany W.Trdrobc.s, d'C. Ac. The whwleof the above furniture wa5 made to order in the very best .style, a larp.; part h,us been in use but a short time and wa- made m Philatlelphi,\.  Also, the very cl-gant Table Furniture, consisting of a lar^e dinner ic rvice of Plated Ware; two sets of Dinner Porcelain; one very rich Des.-ert Set vice; Tea Sell to match the whole, import"(l from Paris, a white and gold Tea .Sett; mie India Din.ler Sell, together with a<j'iantiiy of rich Cm Glass,  A large a-S'<nment of Kitchen Furniture, Stoves, (fee. with Furniture b r S'-rvanl-.  A small stock' of rioK-e WiiKs anil Liquors, viz: Madeira, various Icind- in I'ottles; very f it! French Brandy in bottles; choice Whi-key, " Ruaux Ori of Rye;" Bottles and Dcmijoim-, iV". A-c. iVc.  Terms of sale all siim-td and urnter ■^,'>0 cash, over ft,')!), and not exce,- imcr ■^"-'00 a credit of sixty lays, tivrr $200 a crrdo of ninety day-; approved, endoi'scd negoti ible rioT.; will he n'luired. The house will be open lor bie e.xaininalH'ii of the Furniture, &c. un Monday, the 2lih instant, fri nì 10 to 2 o'clock. ' EDWARD DYER,  Dec 17—dis Auctioneer.  ILITARY LA\VS OF THE UNITED STATES.—The .•ccond ctlitiou of the Military Laws of the United .Slates is just piibli.shed by the subscri ler, and is oiR red for sa'", al his Bookstore, oppo-iie th'' General Post Oiiice. It contains all the most important of the leMnluiions of the old Congress rclatins; to th«' army, (rom 1774 to 1789. .Mso, th'' i'onstilution ol the United States, the Rules and Articles id War, and all the ads and resolutions of Congress relating to the army, the marine corps, ihc volunteers ami militia from 1789 to July, 1836.  All the officers who have used the first edition of this work have teiiified it-» its great usefulness. That edilion, as well a^; this second edition, was compiled by (b'b Triieman Cross, Asssistant duartermaster Genera! United. Slates Army. The War DepaiImeni has patronize I this work, and it may be safely salti tha' no ofiicr should be without a copy, to-which he ctml.l refer; more e-:pecially the officers cf the mditia and volunteers, lor fronx it they soon gain ,i knowleiisrc i !" their relativo i^hts when called into .-ervice with !he army.  Dec 17 GEORGE TEMPLEMAN.  . 1)  20 GO 40 20 or.  ^ G. KNELLER AND CO. have in store a general assortment of Madeira, Pale, Gokl, antl Brown Sherry, Port, Swevt Malaga, Muscat and Claret WINES, pale and dark Brandy, Holland Gin, and Oltl Rye Whiskey, in hogsheads, quarter casks, antl India barrels. Likewise 140 dozen Oltl Madeira 100 do pale and brown Sherry do Old Port do St. Julien Medcc tlo Vindc Grave  do Rhenish Wines, difierent btand.s do Heickheimer do Burguntiy do Chateau Mar?eaux 20 haskcis Sparkling; Hock 10 do Neckar Wine 120 hampers Champagne, various brands, su-  pe.nor quality 80 tlozen Old Htdland Gin, superior quality 100 do Cognac Brandy, pale and dark 30 do Dutch Cordials, superior quality 2n do Muscat  20 cases West India and Havana Preserve.*^ 2.') boxes Olives 1.5 (do Brandy Fiuit 50 kegs Malaga Grapes 25,000 Havana Cigars 200 boxes best Raisins 20 diums Figs With a variety of other articles, all of v/hich will be -ol.} low. All orders for any of the above articles will be securely packctl for transportation lo any part oi the cuunlry, if required. Dtv. 12—Gi  I EW BOOKS^-^The'Only Daughter, a domestic story, by the author tif The Subalicrn, etc. in two volume;, this day received at  GARREr ANDER-iON'S Book, Statioiii-ry and Fancy Store, Pcnn. avenue, between 11th apt} 12 h Hmny.  1,950 PAIRS OF MACKINAC BLANKETS.  War Dkpart.mknt, Office /ndian .Affairs, Dcc- 4. 1838. n:«EALED PROPOSALS wril be received at this ^^ Oliice until 12 o'clock, m. on the 24ih day of December instant, for furnishing on« thou.sand nine huntlred and fifty pairs of Mackinac Blanketi, of the following (juality and description, viz:  975 pairs of three point Blankets, which shall be sixty-two by seventy-two inches, and weighing eighl pounds per pair; and  975 pairs of two and a half points, to be sixty-six by lifty-iwo inches, and to weigh six and a half pounds per pair.  The quality of the Blankets, as lo finish and material shall be of the best, according to the British Government standard of Mackinac Blankets, a sample of which may be seen al this office. Those furni.-hei musl conform to the descriftiiou and the sample. They musl be .securely packed, and delivered on ship board, in a suitable condition for transportation by sea, at any time, on request, after thiee days notice, a reasonable lirne, as maybe agreed, being allowed for their importation. An agent of this department will attend to inspect and receive them, and ¡»uperintend their shipment.  A decision on the bids will be made at the War Department, io soon as pr.iclicable, after the said 24ih instant. Other things being equal, bids for the whole quantity will be considered entitled to preference. The privilege of rejecting all the bids is re.-erved to the United Slates.  Payment will be made .so soon after the reception of the articles as shall be convenient, by requisi^ turn on the Treasury Department.  Letters containing proposals must te addressed to the undersigned, and be endorsed " Proposals for Mackinac Blankets."  T. HARTLEY CRAWFORD, Ceinmisiioner of Indian Affairs.  To be publi.shed three time.s a week, until the 24th instant, in the Globe, Pennsylvanian, and New Yotk Evening Po.si, and receipted bills .sent to this office for payment. T. H. C. Com.  Dec 6 ______  GREAT BARGAIN will be sold in a high-ly improved farm of 50 acres, suitably divided in lots, siudtled with every variety of fruit of the choicest varieties, and handsomely located in a liealihy c-.uniry, of choice society, eight miles from Wa-hington, and a good turnpike to the farm. There is a comt'virtoble two story dwelling, stabling, carriage, cow, chop, smoke, corn and every other necessary outhouse, with a large dairy and never failing spring near the centre of the farm. There is a large market garden, abundantly stowed with choice fruits, currant.s, goosberries, strawberries, raspberries, and an entire square of the most luxuriant asparagus. The whole under a new and substantial post and rail fence, and southeast exposure admirably adapted to the growth of mulberry.  Gentlemen wishing to purchase a great bargain on accommodating terms, aie referred for particulars to John N. Lovejoy, in the Treasury Department, or Middlelon and Beale, Pennsylvania avenue, Washington, D. C.  Dec 15—2aw3w—[Int.A, Met.]  C-i ENUINE AND SUPERIOR WINES.—The jf sub.scriber, having betn long engacetl in Ihc rmportalion of the mo-t approved brautls of the Wines of the Island d' Madeira ai»tl of Spain, nnd having receiveil tlurn;'.; the pa-l .-pring, nnde; i/ie-ct«/orders, a large ad'Jitioiial supply, i- now e. a-bled to offer one of the largc-si and most extei.- . " selections of fine old Wines of the same descr > within the United Slates.  They are of the highest and appicv  grades of those Wines, and warranted pure as i , ported; coniisting of—  Vintages of l,?2n Imported last spring, andbot-" 1825 lied during the autumn; " 1830 f now in fine order for im-" 1832 J mediate use. Vintages of 1828^ Imported .-ome years since, 1829 > ant! no\.' in fine tiottle or-atrd 18303 der, for iHiinediaie use. The brands principal I '/ J. HowMid, March & Co.  am) of siiekkh:s. Vintages of 1810' 1815 1817 1820 1833 1825 and 1827J  The above Wines arc .securely packed in boxe,? of one and two dozen each, adapting Ihcm foe safe transportation to any distance.  Sample boxes, of one and two dozen each, and containing an a.stsortment of the various kinds of Wines, will be lurnrshed at the same relative rales.  Ai.sj r.\ SToRi-:,  A few ba>-kets extra .superior Champagne Old Tinta Matleira Superior Burgundy Madeira Red Hermitage, veryol.t  And real old Cognac Brandy, Otard and Seig-netle brands, genuine as imported, in boxes of 1 and 2 dozen each, and in demijohns.  WALTER SMITH, Corner of Water and Potomac streeta. Georgetown, Dec. 1, 1838,—d4w3taw2m  Gold, pale, and brown, of choice biTnds of Xeres, "Yrarti," and Romano.  ^3u,t)00_i0,000. VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, For the benefit of the Mechanical Benevrlt^ini Society ot Noriollv. Class No. 7, for 1838. To be drawn at Alexandria, Va. I'U Saturday December 22, 1838.  capitals.  $30,000—$10,000—$G,000—$5,00U—^4,000 $2,500—$2,000—$l,747i—25' piizes of $1,000 25 do. of $500—28 do. of $300,  Tickets only $10, halves $5, quarters $2 50. Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets, $130 Do do 25 half do 65  Do do 25 quarter do 32 50  THOMAS FLETCHER,  [l.lte OF nashvili>k, tennessee,]  attornkv at law, Has settled at Natchez, Mississippi. He refers to the Hon. Felix Grundy, Attorney General of the United Stales, Washington City, and to John Campbell, Treasurer of tha Uaiud Slates.  ITOCKS FOR SALE.—Bank of Washington; Bank of Metropolis; City Corporation 6 per cent.; Canal Stock. Apply to  W. W. CORCORAN, Who will purchase drafts on any part of the Union on the best lerms. Dec 15—3t  RON CUES rs__I have just received an addi-  __ lional supply of Asbestos Fire Proof Chests; squaie wrought Iron Chests, said to be, and no doubt are, the best yet manufactured. Gentlemen wanting such articles, to receive their valuable books and papers, will please give me a call. They can be shipped to any iection of the country, and will be sold low for cash.  EDWARD DYER, Auction and Commission Merchant.  Dec 15—31  "1EAS0N TICKETS.—Two season tickefs to the Naiional Theatre may be had at a low jrrice if early application be made al Siationer's Hall. Dec 15  R. KENNEDY'S NEW NOVEL—Rob of I^Jl 'h® Bowl, a Legend of St. Inigoes, by th« author of Horseshoe Robinson, Swallow Barn, &c was received this morning for sale by F. TAY ! LOR. Alsto, a new number of Oliver Twist, and the sixih part of Boz'.s Sketches. D^c 17  EW MAP OF MISSOURI—Just published (1838) by Cotton and Smith, hhowing the  MERLNO AND LAMBSWOOL SHIRTS! , , . ^ u^  AND DRAWERS.—Opened to-i!ay— , township .surveys, distances, Ac. is this day re-100 pairs luuibswool and menno drawers | cetved, price Già cents, for sale by F. TAYLOR 100 tlo do do ihirfs  100 bro. wove cotton drawers  mv 30-^31 BRADLEY CATLETrj  who has for sale a law and valuable collection of the latest Ma|Ks and biases of every kind. Dec 15  $35,294—$10,00—100 prizes of $1,000. VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY. For the benefit of the Monongalia Academy. Class No. 7, for 1838. To be drawn al Alexandria, Va. on Saturday, December 29, 1838.  «rillunt schemk.  Capital $35,294—$10,it00—$5,000—$3,000— $1,573—100 prize.s of $1,000—115 of $300—66 of $100, &c.  Tickets only $10, halves $5, quarters yi 50. Certificates of packaiies ol 2G whole ticket-,, $140 Do do ' 2G half d'; 70  Do do 2Gquaiter do 35  Orders for tickets and ¡^hares or ccrtilicate-s of packages in the above Magnilicent S ' ''tnes, will receive the moist prompt atteiuion, ami an official account of each drav.'ing sent immediately after it is over, to all who order from  R. FRANCE, Nov 21—cp2aw3w Wash nat m city.  MOUSSELINES DE LAINES, MAZEPPA SHALLEYS, ci-c.—I have on hantl— 20 dre.s.s'patlerns Salin Luxons, light colors 20 dn do do mode colors  20 do do Mousselines de Laines, supe-rior (juality  15 do do Mazeppa Shalleys, light colors A1.S0, a greai varieiy of Mousselines tle Laines, • from 50 cents lo a yard. D. CLAGETT. Dec 8—3t  L' XDIES' HOSÏERY.—  20 dozen cmbroidered white Silk H ..se 10 do open do work - do 10 do dtriy-while nbbed do do a veig  superior article 10 do black knottetl tlo 10 do white do 10 do plain do do  20 do black do do  On hand and will be .sidti low by __Dec8—3t D. CL .t.ETl\  E TOCaUEVlLLE'S DEMOCRACY IN  D  ^ AMERICA, |reo«iyed by  -An a.'fdilional supply thi'j day  F. TAYLOR,   

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