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Mini ticguti and pfnUar ftiU^itnl In , all coMfrrnioi* utritr' Gmaham'* Maqasink ru*i \yN<?YV IS | ill; I 1Mb. you mV SI B8CIM i BKKS < ? . /- t Graham'* Auiciicoit Alonllily If"* ItHi, I Commenced a new volume wilt) l? January number. I lU lung and auneMiuJ nicer, *>' <U rommeii'a- < maul until ilia Israelii lour abw^ * ctcculaiiiMi I a icaeding by itu.uaaud* any . <# ' I'logaumr in livo counlry, i. (crti.^ ?* gll0.t */ #?ni? "ace of ila groal i and inervaainu merit a. lb* | ufi^er haa 11 ui hla |*><a- I - i. ,?d r i.,^ ..1.1 ? i. *il..o lia Irua'a that nu aa-uraace^ ar* inceaaary Ill" determination to maiuluili II. preaeut ix riLlnu ^' l all l''? rival penodlcal* I of the country. The rn.^'iou1 ^ "oouenlly iluriii( < the la.t year, of audi n,u ? Bryant, Cooper, Dana, i j I'auIJiug, Imrigfellow Poilman, Neal, Maiicur, Ax., i of high r?'|<utati II III 11? literary world, at regular ConIrdrurori, in addition * ttitf prrViou* llat. embracing | I tin tiiat iiauie. in tli?ti.itioii, la vulluunl guarantee | thai lli? work will aaulmue to be the principal uiedl- I uIII ol couiUiuulc oil between the u-it author, and i the public. t Ciialiam .M gtuuie ha* been. t'roui it* ealahltati- I mi nt, mure lit u ?njr other, tha favorite periodical ol i III* people of lac United Stale. Though it* plan i doe* nut rnuely aiclude aiticlea of the ino.t important charcaei, Mich a* have Blackwood and aoiue other forest) journal* to iheir high influence and re- i putailoo, i.a toga* tie devoted to what la uauallv term- | ed light iiu-ialurr. It ta diatinguiahed from other i uhhr j,e.i.? iA .miliar aunt try the litet art and aitletlal iu.Hi of it* content*. While thoacol other woika tie luikiiowo or aiiotiy tn<>u>, I he contributor* lo I hie are die uioet eiinne?t author* of our ag. and country ; the very creator*, founder, of our National Literature h.|*M u.ly it w celahraied aa coulanting tha cboiceal production, ol'the lineal leuiale writer. ol the liuie, kvery nuuihei coulaiu. geuia which may he appealed to with pride by tha ara, ua vindicating their intellect-j -I ' -- I . __ ,h., I haul . Magazine has it-gulariy engaged a bell*f cul^i , ol Writer- than auy other magazine , that since it* j Ubllsiiuteril It tiaa been the pioneer in magazine liter j mure , and that the coninbulor*of"G'ruA,nii" have, bjr their able contribution*, guru a higher nauoflal char j acter to periodical literature iu ihr United Stale* tliau it ever tie tore |>a.vutJ. W nh rucb a Ital ol writer* a* our page* eztnhil, we may challenge the criticism ol Euro|ie. 'l'here I* no magazine abroad that 11naetit. any thing lilt* >u<h an array ol euiiiirin writer* aa i Jaiiiea Feuiuior* Cooper, W. C. Bryant, lion. Jatuea K I'euld mg, It. H. Dana, II. W. Longfellow, Nathaniel Hawthorn*, J C. Neal, Henry W. Herbert, June* Kuaeei I.owell, Charle* leiuio Hull.nan, Hon K. I'. Conrad, II. T. Turkeruian, Allred B Street, L i Adr*. Amelia B. Welby, Mai Srugwiclt, Mra. tiigumey, ,\lia. .Mary Clever*, Mr* Ann S Stephen*, Mi*, tiro-.ka, Mr*. Oagix-d, Ml*. Kmtiurry, Mr* Seba Smith, Mr* Auuan, Mr*. Nichols, Mr*. Pmraon, Mr* Wortlnnglon, Mo* Hand. Misa llervey, and other*. Many uauir. of like celebrity are necrs-anly uoilttrd lor waut of apata. While the uioil able writer* of the country ar? engaged a* |wriuariei>lci>uiril>titoraloUrah,iui'* Magazine. Vva ate now prepared to give the light JirrcUon to the talent* of our aitnla, and are resolved that a noiwtuii toiu shall be alricily preserved in "Graham." Herealter we aiiall place in ibe engraver*1 hand* none but American picture*. Our own country abound* wi>h the /iue.l icenrty in the world. It it tall of historical aaaocialioua, of thrilling int. reel, and on every hand subject* *l*rt lip, tit lor the painter'* pencil and the engraver'* burin. Every fiatriutu icntimenl urge* the *clection of national subject* lor the pen and pencil, and we feai aaaured thai the American public will sustain the enterprise. AMERICAN BATTLE GROUNDS. Giving correct picture* taken on the spot, of the place* iu which the mo*( rtmarkablt battUs have been fought. Theae engraving* will he of the highest or-11 der ol art ; anil we in a v mention, tint in older lo en-11 eurr a peimaiieiicy in elegance, lor winch ihise designs j have already become reiehrated, w? have eDgaged Mr |< HMILLIE fur three yearv on American Scenes and j i Incident*. PREMIUM PICTURES AND ENGRAVINGS In addition to this, we have entered into a perms- ' nenl engagement with the house of Kawden, Wright and Hatch, of New York, for a supply of most exqui- 1 aite pictures, among which we inay mention a series oielegant | INDIAN AND PRAIRIE SCENES, i Got up in most magmliceiit aiyle, and representing , froUl sketches taken from nature, the most beautiful scenery ol uur Western country. Our southern views I engraved by the same house, which have become So , j widely (sipular, will also be continued. The exqui- < i site female head* engraved by this firm-"-atnong which ' we may instance liiat of Mis. Stephens, which hss , never been equaled in this country?will he lurther j supplied by Messrs R. W. and II., whose facilities ( ! and talentB, in their line of art are unrivahd in ihe world. We may safely say that we have all the best ' artists employed on "Graham." OUR PORTR.11T GALLERY < Occupies the time of several accomplished artists, i> among whom are Welch and Wulier, G. Parker, and t oihers. Portraits of Authors is a feature originated I [ by the proprietor of Graham, and successfully carried 1 | out. We defy any competition in this branch. ' SARTAIN'S ELEGANT MEEEOTINTS. L Mr. Sartain will furnish us, for the New Volume, a series of his magnificent mezzotints. One trill ap- ' ptar in January. We need not say to the reader" of ' Graham, that ihese brilliant pictures excel any mez- 1 3 Zotints ever issued in America, and his finest efforts B have apjieared in this work. I Flowers colored from nature, truthfully drawn by 11 ' an able nrtist, to take place in a department got up ft-1v pressly for the ladies, for the new Volume, embrac-, ' inutile latest fashions, new styles of needle work, &c., iii:., Willi letters on topics connected with It-male ina teresta. will also form a feature m the New Volume. comic and numerous sketches. Mr J. C Neal, E. A. Poe, H. H. Weld and others, will furnish a aeiiea of amusing sketches which will lie handsomely illustrated by Croome, ur Darley. We sha I ?l?u have hits at fashionable liie in letters from t abro , written by F. J. Grund, Ecq., Consul to Antwerp, who will also furnish us, with the earlDat literary t mergence, and short notices ol'New works, prior to their appearance here in the shape of reprints, j This will give "Graham" a position to adjust ihe value of foreign works before the purchaser here has been doped by puffs paid for bv interested publishers EDITORIAL AND CRITICAL DEPARTMENT.?The Editorial Department will continue to r embrace notes on current literature, and reviews of e all new American or foreign works of general interest >1 or value. The criticisiua of Gratuun's Magazine are b acknowledged in all purls of the country to be supe- l> riur in acumen, honesty and indepi ndenee to those of ri any coteuiporaries.? Greater ?cope will be given to w this depaitmeot of the work, and topics on all subjects a 1 likely to attract attention will be fearlessly discussed. " In this departmenl we shall give a chapter on fashionable gossip eneli month, hitting oil' the follies of the T fashionable world tor the amusement of our lady read- K ers , and, for the gentlemen, Frank Forrester has a promised us hints on sports and pastimes, a feature L which we have no doubt will be of interest to many o j thousands of our readers. We have also made arrangements for a large supply of Original Afusie, with 1 eminent composers, so that we shall present in the J next volume u most ample musical department, suited 0 to the wants of a very large number of ladies, and of value, in itselfn|unl to (he substiplion to "Graham." a TERMS. .Single conies, CI ner annum in advance. Clubs, '2 " A5 " " w r, ii l0 < " II ? M ? " Any Postmaster, or other |>erson, wishing lo see a " copy, as a i//rrimrn will lie furnished l>y addressing the w publisher, |sisl paid. ? GEORGE 11 GRAHAM. ? A pill 17, No. !W Chesniit Street, 1'lnl. ; THE U. STATES NAUTICAL MAGAZINE, ( 'po bo published nil ?lie first of eveiy month, edited by a Lieutenant of the U. 8. Navy?each num- a bar lo bavo GI octavo page*, on lino paper, in good, '' clear type?for four dollars per annum. No. I, for March, IHlfi, m Ibis day received by the <1 subscriber, ami Way l>? crammed at his bookstore.? Its contents are, Prospectus, England, and the, (tight of Search; Commodore Perry, with a plate; Sir Fiau- it i ts Drake; Gibraltar; Lightning at Sea; Coast Sur V \ey of France; Island discovered; Notices to Mariners; Improved Capstan ; Iron Life Boat ; Steamer (I Pnnceton, Gallantry of a young officer; Naval In- , telngence ; tribute to a deceased officer; advertinements. F. TAYLOR, Rooksetler, C march 20 Washington City. ^ A ME Kit AN COALS. A Report, to the Navy y il Department of the United Mtatrt oo Amenean g Cnrtln, by Prof. W. R- Johnaon I vol. of 000 pages, filled nitb Tabular Statistics, l?ing the re*?ll ot H riesof kiperimcn'* to determine the respective ml _ comparative sallies of different kind* of Coal for the p ! different purpose for which fuel is employed. ; I march 71 V TAYLOR fc m # Prospectus or a temperance paper, To bt published ffatify, to iki ( Uy 0/ ffashtoglon. The Temperance cause, 111 the DieuvM of Columbia, >>d speedily in this city, baa attained that high and derated position which its mints were sure, sooner ir later, to secure toll No longer regarded as a risionary scheme, nor the cherished oflhpriBg of some rild entbualatt, it is marchiiik on with raptu strides, reeling down in its course the erilf which have de uged, and the crimes which have disgraced, our and ; many are daily Hockiug lu lie standard, and :i|>erieociiig the blessing* and the lieuehta which It s so well calculated to bestow and to secure. The proud and the humble, the talented and the gnoisut, the rich aud the poor, all classes, all grades, icre and elsewhere, must tie brought to lee I Its power, ick now ledge ite usefulness, and rejoice lu Ita success To accomplish this object, so much to bo desired, it Is brleived that a paper devoted to the Temperance sure, free flout sectarian or party prejudices, boldly end fesilessly advocating lis principles for their moral ind virtuous lendeucy, will be the moat effectual. With this view, wa propose to publish in this city 1 wrekly paper, to make it a source of amusement to the hrrslds circle, and a means of spreading far ami aide the real benefits which the Temperance cause avny wncrt CIITIU wmi n. In ili columns will be found weekly account of ike Jiff, rent Temperance Societies of Ibe District, ml General Meeting held here and elsewhere, and every iiietiu adopted io render it en important auxiliary to the Temperance cause In order ileal the paper may be an acceptable and useful visiter in the family circle, attention will be paid to the popular lilcialure of the day, and articles of a high mural and literary nature wdl be fouud to grace its columns A ayu. pMS of the proceedings in Cougrrs*, as well as the current uews ot the day, will a.ao he given The ediloaial departrueut will he conducted by a gentleman of kliowu real slid ability. 'terms: Tribe printed on tine super-royal psper, weekly. To residents of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, the pa|>er will be delivered at 12 cenia per month. Mailed papers at CM) per all num. payable on the receipt of the first number. The publication will commence as soon as 1,00C subscribers shall have been ohtaiued. V j Gentlemen to whom a pruepeclus is sent will please u-r esrrliou in obtaining subscribers Thu pno|a*clus will be called for about the first of April , aisl the gentleman having the largest numner ol subscribers will bave the privilege of giving Ibe pupei au appropriate name -ice i Lviunc ivuilllliV i, rvv I'HE mm: Al EX VMI.M.Il \M> KK( OKL) MEDICAL SCIENCE. IjMMTED bj Robert M. Huston, M !>., Profeesor i j ?r Materia .Medical ami j(eiM3/-|tl Tberopcurlica, in the JciIt-1mm) Medical College, l'letitienl ol Ui? Philadelphia Mrdi< al Society, one of the. Pliysiciuui to (he Philadelphia Hospital, ulc., &.c , Ac., Ac. The aupport hitherto eccorded lo the K*junuer liar nduced the present Editor lo undertake lU manageuieul, and ilia arrangement by which lie hope* ilie value of that journal will, for the future he materially increased A main and distinguished feature of Uie work will be at heretofore, the publication of the Cluneal Lecture* delivered in Una city, and id Europe, with rrporla Irom the Hoapilala and Dupalisarira of Philadelphia. Original coiuniiiuicatioiia ol real value contributed by aome of Uie most eminent men iu the prolusion, will appear frooi tins lo nine. The biographical Department will be materially enlarged, aad in luture Critial and Analytical Review* of the piouunent Medical Publications in Ureal Hnlaio, on the cuiitiiient of Europe arid in tins country will be regularly given In the Editorial Department all subjects connected therewith of a practical nature, from all the journals Foreign and Domestic, prepared wilu the greatest care, will occupy a large space in each number. The Medical Kiaminer will thus oiler a complete Record of Medical Science; and from the short intervals of publication, 'two weeks' the profession will be put in immediate puelessioa of eveiy fact of importance, on the arrival of the steamer*. During the past year Clinical l-ectures by Pmfestors (vhoniel, Koux, Reston, Hugluer, of Paris; Horner, Mdchrll, Fancoast, Mutter, Dr Randolph, W. Poymen, Johnson, and Clyrne, of Philadelphia ; and Professor W. P. Johnson, of Washington, D. C., hare been published , also, the Cluneal Reports from bv.l.,l.l?fc? P.nn.vl.on,. IA/i||,? I l/Mnitul. LUO I "" "'r'"' * / ' ? ?-! 'I mid the Philadelphia Dispensary. It contains a variety of original papers from many of the most distinguished physicians of the United States ; a panaian Correspondence, a complete Biographical Record of all the new medical publications, numerous Editorials on the principal medical topics of the day, including a series of article* on the condition of the Medical Department of the Navy, together with a complete Retrospect of the progress of Medicine, Surgery, and Collateral Sciences, during the past year. The Examiner ia published every alternate Saturlay, at three dollars a year, invariably in advance it is printed ou thick white paper, with clear new ype, double column, imperial octavo. Postmasters franks can be obtained for remittances. This Journal is subj?ct to newspaper postage only. The live back volumes may be had bound, at reiuccd prices. Orders, post paid, addressed to Thos. C. Clarke, Philadelphia, office of the Public Despatch, will be promptly supplied. 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Allison on Taste?new edition?with corrections nd improvements; by Abraham Wills, A. M. Just received by Dec.!)? F. TAYLOR. I'll E AMERICAN HOUSE OA REENTER A Treatise upon Architecture, Cornices and Mouldigs, Framing doors, windows and stairs?together /ith the in??l important nrinciolcs of Praetirnl metry- by 11.(5. Hatfield, Architect1?1 volume, nth .1<X) engravings, price %2 25. Jus* published hy F. TAYLOR. slIAl'MAN ON KEVERS?Lectures on the more important eruptive levers, hemorrhages, ml dropsies, and on gout and rheumatism, delivered a the University of Pennsylvania, by N. Chapman, 1. I). I volume octavo, just published and this ay received for sale by F. TAYLOR. Also, Lectures by the same author, on the more inportant diseases of the Thoracic and Abdominal 'iseera, I vol oi tavo, 1M4. nov 18?3t \N AS I \HIH; oi t Doctrine ot the Resurree tion of the Hoily, rationally ami Keripturally nnsidered Hy George Rush, professor ol Hebrew lew York University. revolutionary orders of general WASHINGTON issued during the years lbs,'mi, I '82, published in 1 vol. For aale by F.TAYLOR. nov 1?St ujtiW'KI.I.ANIF" Of SVI>NKT .' 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Members of tbe Stale legislatures will also lintl it serviceable ill tbe per- Q lorinance of their legislative duties, and occasionally B even tlie older uiowbers of (Jmyresa will Itud it a r convenient lefereuce. lL CoULalns ? insaa of one. itaal uailleiunilarv Jrci aloua worthy the amotion of every on* deaiioua of becoming acquainted with the Cougruaaloual practice of the country , also the tulea of both 1 louaea of Congo >aa, Jelloraoii'a Manual of Parliamentary Practice, H Constitution of the Untied Stales, Declaration of lu- M de|>eiidence, (giving lull iud?ie? of all of thru lor the purpose of affording easy and inatain relereucc) and much oilier useful iiiloriiiaiion. Per sale by K. TAYLOR, Bookseller, dec 5 linuimllalely eaat of (iadsby'a Hotel. AGENCY AT WASHINGTON. AMOS KENDALL and JOHN K. KENDALL oiler their set vices to such as may have busuiesa with the Government of the following description! m ' Obtaining contracts from the Poet Office and othel Executive Departments. 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'I'A k LOR Also, "The Principles of Political Economy,'' by McCulloch, author of McCulloch's Commercial Dictionary? 1 vol. London, 1843; Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations," edited by McCulloch? 1 vol ; "Koreign Taritfa?their Injurious Kifert* on British Manufactures, with Proposed Remedies"?London, cl Lfittj ? "Tate's Modern Cambist ?a Manual of Foreign ' Kxcbanges in the different operations of Exchange ^ and Bullion, containing also the late alterations in the Monetary System of Frankfort on the Main"?I vol. 'l liondon, ln-43; ? " Political Philosophy"?by Henry Ixjrd Brougham?part second, London, 1843, 1 vol. Oct.; w " The New I'ariil', (British,) with the Amendments and New Clauses ; with tlio old Duties; amounts re ceived on each Article ; new Corn Duties, flic."? London, 1W43 ; ' " Kisdell's Industry of Nations"?2 vols. Ixindon. ~ " The Political Life of Edmund Burke," by Rev. el George Croly?2 vols. London ; "Sir Robert Peel and his Era"?1 vol. London, L 1813 ; C "Sheridan's Speeches"?3 vols. London, 1842; T " The Commercial Adjuster?bringing the Money, H Weights, Measures, 4tc. of all Nations of the World 0 to the Standard of the United States"?New York, L 1843; H " Stock Tables?exhibiting the Worth of different A Percentages, interest payable semi annually or quar L terly; redeemable at the end of from one to fifty years, to realize to the purchaser from three to ten per cent, per annum"?1 vol. quarto, New York, / 1M43; ,y . b< NEW MUSIC. fl JUST received the following pieces of New Music, at the old established Store, two doors east of c, 12th street, Pennsylvania avenue. W.FISCHER. Oh, come to me?by F. A. Rawlings. My happy hotne?by J. Blockiey. The promised hour?for the guitar?by O. H. , Derworl. Sound, sound our horns?from "Amelie"?for the f* guitar. Corinthian Walts. ^ Souvenir de varsovie valse?by A. Henselt. L'Aragotiaise valse?by D. F. E. Auber. Gabriclsky's six polonaises?arranged for two >' flutes. Kuffner's light do do do do Berbignier's airs?from La Dame Blanche,do do Wless' studio on modulation?for the flute. e Walkier's airs?from La Bayadere?arranged for two flutes. oct 26 b pAPTAIN MARRYATT'S NEW WORK ? vV Travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet in California, Sonorn, and Western Texas, by Captain -i Marryatt. This day received (Harpers'cheap edition) J and for sale by F. TAYLOR, rriee 15 cents. p MY. 16?tf is I MUHSSA R l"SCil RON 1CLES?translated into F r tfnnli.h miiril,.!*' in nn? Ir.r,,.. vollim.. I- 6' Homely bound, with many cngravingg?price three ^ dollars. , Also, the same work in the original French, im poited t'roin Paiiahy F. Taylor. Ireland and the Irish, by J. G. Khol, author of Rus- ' sja anil the Russians?cheap edition, complete for 15 cents. Thirty Years among the Players in England and 81 America, by J. Cowell, Comedian, written by himself, I vol. Scenes and Scenery in the Sandwich Islands and in Central America, by J. J. Jarves, 1 vol. with en- J graving*. F. TAYLOR. a H at NEW MUSIC. tc JUST RECEIVED, the following pieces of New ' Music at the old established store two doors east oflillh street, Pennsylvania avenue. w. WTHtB ' The Foresters?Words from ancient poetry Tyrollenne?Music by Donizetti re Thy Heart is my Home?By Phillips ci The Cot where wc weie Born?By the Hutchinson pi Family F Excelsior?By the Hutchinson Family K Cape Ann? do do do at The Poor Savoyard?By W. H. Montgomery mi The Sninl nf Krin'a Mm Itv John II The Parting Fnenda?By Kdw. L. WTnte th There wan a Time?By Jon. Philip Knight pi The Cross Old Bachelor?By C. Ii. Rodwell w The night helore the Bridal?By George Lindley fu In the Cold Stilly Night? By Sir Henry K. Bishop W Pasting away?by Edw. J. Neilnon at 1 have gamed on the lace ot tha lovely?by Stephen tr C. Massing. no Cudjo's wild liunt by the Ethiopian Serenadera p-. Knickerbocker walti?1>T Lamer ] Periiherlon walti?by Jarnea Heolnn t Three grand waltzes?by E. L. White al On-kabye walti Me Caroline wait*?by Lanner United States Grand .March? by John G. Andrews Mount Bowdmri Uonck Step?by P. Strong I Kid regiment (siuick Step by Augustus J. Janner JL Tho Sea Shore?by G. Wonts fol Young Pianiat'a First Duet by J. Moschels tia La Petite Fete?by F. Burgmuller B? Les Belles Varsovirnnea?by Chaa. Frederick Ru- lal dolph Rondo Irlandais by F. Burgmuller Thema from Doniietta's Opera, L'Elisire, d* A more ?by F. Burgmulller. jan. 5?tf. T filK NEW YORK CILKK BOOK ConUining one hundred Oleea, Trine, Uuartella, Rmind* and Cgtrhea, sole. I?~l and harm.mi?ed, w|i|| aconipnni an nvnla, by lasler I vol price f I I ret j | ^ i ,mi, 0,: p. TAYLOB UODDAKl) ON THE TKifiTH. IT UK Antimony, i'hyaiology, and I'alholog/ of tho Teeth, with tile moat i^pruvwl luelhoJof ln?lleui including operations, and ilio method ol making nd selling aitilicial Teeth -1 large folio volume, by aui II Godderd, M. I),, Ocmoualrator of Auatouiy i Uio IJuivamty of feunsylvania, Willi JO large on raviugs. Tbia day received aud lor aale by ? . TAYGOR. Ainu, Druill'a Surgery , Williams's I'aUiology , ooper on Dislocations, Graham's Chouualry , and variety of other late works on Medicine and Surge I and Uieir various branchea. dec 7 IMKW AWU HlCfl WlfVl ttH litHiUB. II T K have this day received a luigc ainl superior VV slock of fancy and Staple Dry Goods, to Inch we invite the attention ol purchasers. In part e have? tlb niece extra rich Cuinelion change (Poult D'Hou) 5 do do blue black Amine silks 5 do do do do satin striped do. 15 do assorted, figured and plain, blue black silks, some of winch will be sold agieulbai gain. 25 do rich Mouaeline de Laine 10 do Camelmn Brocade (an entirely new article.) 10 do Cashmere D'Kseotte (do do) 5 do black Cashmere Cloth (a beautiful article for ladles weal ing black, and suitable for mantillas) 15 do jet and blue black Hilk Velvets 25 do superior Alpaccas (at all prices and extremely cheap) 20 do black and blue black Bombazines 1 carton rich embroidered Cashmere shawls 1 do do caoielion silk do 3 do do Cashmere do 200 assorted Shawls (of every description, varying in price from $1 to f 10) 25 do Cashmere Hose, ribbed and plain 20 do black mohair and worsted Hose 50 dozen linen cambric pocket handkerchiefs (cmbracing all uualitie* and prices) 50 pieces Irish linen (cbeap) 40 do Bird's eye Oiaper (extra hue) Iimi do medium and low priced flannels 40 do extra quality 10 do Kob Roy plaida (for Indies wear) 'JO do Cashmere do (for boys wear) 5 dozen shirts (a new article without a seaui) 10 do Indies Merino and Hilk rests 5 do Plush, Silk, and Velret Points 1 carton Dimity Hands 5 pieces Kronen Dimity 15 do extra fine Linen Cambrics 10 do medium do do do at f 1 per yard, (a substitute for fine Lawn) 25 do Gothic Chintz (for close blinds) 50 do rich furniture Ctiintz 100 do Iaopard do (low priced) 10 do furniture Dimity 25 do cambric do (medium) 'JO do do do (extra) 100 do curtain Muslin (assorted) 10 do drab damask Moreen* 25 do scarlet Cashmarette (for certain*) 25 do crimson satin Dumask 25 do super ingrain Carpel 15 do low priced do 25 do 4 4, 3 4, and 5-8 Venetian Carpeting 10 pieces limey door DiuggeU 10 do door Oil Cloth 100 do assorted 'l'ufled and Wilton Rugs Also. 100 Gilt Rods, Rings and Hands, and suitable urtain Irimanngs, together with Dainask Table lollis, Damask Diaper, Damask Napkins, French 'owels, Diaper Towels, Irish and Humsly Sheetings 4, 10-4 and 12-4 wide. j The atiore goods bare behn purchased at extreme. i..? ?? r..- ik. ..?i _.11 jj.i.i .... - ..,w uiv ?|u?iiuoo, ..... .ml " =?"" urdin^ijr. / We again ask a call bejfire purchasing elsewhere ben we will be enabled to give entire satisfaction N. v / iflW ft CATLKTT. N KW \MU81C. f UST RECEIVED, the following pieces of New I Music, at the old established^store two doors ist of 12th street, Pennsylvania avenue. W. FISCHER, ove's a tell tale?by F. H. Brown oine with me to a Cedar tree?by F. N. Crough he wanderer's dream of home?by F. H. Brown eturn to me again?by Miss G. H. Munnski >h ! Boatman haste?by G. Loder eucothoc Waltz?by H. Bellman ower Waltz?by F. H. Brown .ntoinette Waltz?by Miss E. DlundelJ linden Waltz, by F. H. Brown Oct 9 "^1 HEAP LIBRARY for Families or Schools,conJ sisting of fifty volumes, many of them being the est works from Harper's Family Library, selected om that series for this purpose. All the volumes are of the same size, and bound niformly and handsomely, and put up in a neat book ase of three shelves with lock and key. Price for the set, including the book case, $20, Oftll F TAYLOR. r OUDON'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GARDEN Li IN G, and Loudon's Encyclopedia of Agriculture, cheap. A sw copies of eaeh of the above, for sale by F. Tator, price ft'J 50 ; the usual price in this country beig fifteen dollars. lew Works lately imported from London, by F. Taylor. t flnnaMttnn nn !Y1:imirps fin nnH nn Fnrm tg, 1 vol. oolav*. Johnson on Manures and Fertilizers, 1 vol. 8vo. Vaux on Tilling and Fertilizing Land, 1 vol. 8vo. The Practical Gardener, by C. Mcintosh, Gardenr to the King of the Belgians. The Conservatory and Hot House, Jby R. Bainridge, 1 vol. Hog on the Carnation, 1 vol. Main's Domestic Poultry, 1 vol. and many others. oct 14 Principles and practice of medicine, by John Elliotson, President of the Loyal Medical and Chirurgical Society, edited by fathaniel Rodgersand Alexander Cooper i^ee, M. d, irst American, from the second London edition, reatly enlarged, with notes and additions, by Thos. tewardson, of the Pennsylvania Hospital. 1 vol. rtavo. PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES ?F THE TESTIS, and of the Spermatic Cord and crotum, with Illustrations, by T. B. Carling, of the ondoti Hospital; edited by P. B. Goddard, M. D., temonstrator of Anatomy in the University of Pennrlvanm. 1 volume octavo. Just published and this day received for sale by Opt. 81?tf F.TAYLOR. \NTHOVP8 VIRGIL -Just issued from the Press. The Eneid of Virgil, with English notes, critical nd explanatory?a Metrical Clavis, and and an Hisirical, Geographical, and Mythological Index. By rofessor Anthon. volume. This day received y F. TAYLOR, dec 2?3t I'llChKH I* SON, Alt-reliant Tailors, having just received their Fall and Winter Stock of Goods, 'Bpcctfully announce the fact to their foreign anil ty customers, and also extend an invitation to the iblic generally to examine their assortment of rencli and F.nglish Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings.and unc.y Articles for Gentlemen, all of the very latest yles, and so varied in prices that every one may lie lited. It has been their object, in the selection of goods e present season, not only to please ull tastes, by escnting a splendid variety, but also to convince all ho are disposed to test the matter, that they can be rnished with clothing at a regular establishment in rashington as cheaply as at a store or by going iroad : it will therefore aliord us pleasure to illusate those facts either by direct or indirect comparin. nov 97-d9wif plIK MADISON r,\rKRS, CHEAP--Complete I in three volumes octavo, best editien, benulifulprinted, and neatly bound?price |7 50, published II. For sale ( few eopiea only at that price, hy dee ? ? VI f?? NTRODUCTION TO D'AlJBIGNE'8 HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION?The Rermers lieforo the Reformation , the Fifteenth Cenry ; John Unas and the Council of Constance ; by mneohoee, Librarian to the King of France, transted by Campbell MacKenzie. Complete in one volume ; price 69 cent*. F. TAYLOR. Oct. 99 tf ifcVUE FRANCAISK I>K8 FAMILLE8 FT DBS PENSIONNATS, w to 1m. PuW.?h?t .nthly in New York t"r .1 ilolttrt per annum. Th? flrat number, which it ji??t iatued, may Im eiiuimI at the Booketnrc of F TAYLOR) who will ceiae aohwription* foi the pnl>li?her.| Oct 16? \KAV AND CD LAP DRY OOODH JU?T lUt ' CK1VKD.?The subscriber* have this day received their assortment at Hprmg Dry (juoda i and 1 till.)! aio prepaied lo ??tlci goods al audi pilcoo a? will compete Willi those ol' aujr ulher establishment |i< hi Ihuur auy other city Tlnur selection* have been m made Willi gloat care ill regard Ui choapuosa, style, lo and quality, aud will be sold on audi terms aa cannot Tail lo give unuauai satisfaction. Puidiaaera are requealed to call and examine llieir took before purchasing elaewhere. They uauie, in part? 81LKH. 15 pieces extra quality black I'oult do Sole and other Hilks 5 pieces 5-4 heavy ligured aud striped, and other bilks tt5 nieces rich diumeleon. Foulard, and plaid, and Oilier bilks HALZAH1NKH, lui. 10 pieces super all wool Balitaruies 10 do medium do IS do low priced do 15 do ricli Mousseliues de Lame 115 do medium and low priced do * | 10 do striped Hclnilius, a new article | 10 do new style pruned Bcregn 80 do French Lawn, beautifO! style / 15 do do laee pattern " 15 do French and Ear la ton Uinghama 85 do wlute Cambric Muslins, assorted 85 do do Jaconet do 50 do plaid and lace do 85 do Hwiss, Nansook, and Mull do 85 do Cambric Dimities 50 Corded Bkirts, all over corded 35 dozen itivere Linen cambric Handkerchiefs 85 do hemstitched do 50 do tape bordered do cheap 100 do Cotton lloisery, assarted in black, white, and celors, cheap 85 pieces Irish Linen, of the finest ipialilj 85 do do medium 50 do do low priced 15 do pillow case linens 35 ilo Hirdey* Dia;*ra Xj do Huckaback do 10 do Table do ail qualities and width* 100 Damask Table Cloths, all sizes and vrry cheap 100 piece* asaoited Furniture Chintz and Calicoes 15 do Furniture Dimities 50 do Cotton Fringes, all prices and cheap IN SHAWLS. 15 rich heavy corded Glace Shawls Id do eiubiuidered Cashmere do 85 assorted do do 15 plain Thibet do do 85 assorted Mouaelines de Lame do 15 Berege do Together with best quality? Kid Gloves, open net Gloves and Mils Superior English Hosiery, ladie*' Fancy Cravats Suo-shades, Thread Laces, and Inserting* Dimity Hands, Grass Cloth for skirls Tsrleton ami Book Muslins And a great variety of other goods in the way of Trimming, kc. BLACK AND SECOND MOURNINO GOODS. 35 pieces black and jet-black Bombesins, comprising the various shades, qualities, and prices, and of the most celebrated manufacture 15 pieces jet-black Alpaccas ) unusually cheap and 80 do blue black do ? beautiful 15 do black Alpacca Chintzes 10 do half mourning Halzarines 100 do low priced black Calicoes 40 do black Veil and oilier Crape* 1 carton black Love Veils and Handkerchiefs do best qualitv black Gloves 1 do heavy corded black silk Shawls 3 do black Thibet du Together with all suitable Trimm.ngs for mourning purposes. EST EL k CATLETT. mar 80?3too 1*1 IE BUILDER'S QUIDS ?Cheep. ? Hill's ' * Builder's Guide; the most modern and approved method* adopted by -kilful architect* in the various departments of Carja-ntry, Joinery, Masonry, and Sculpture, embracing all tbe details, and particularly 3 adapted to the want* of the le?* experienced, by 1 Chester Hills, practical Architect, containing seventy r large folio plates, drawn on a large scale, and giving 3 also a practical treatise on the several order* of Grecian, Roman, and Gothic style of building. 4 The one complete in one large folio volume (new*- f paper size,) published at 12 dollars. A few copies for it by F. TAYLOR; price S5 50. I, i n NEW MUSIC. J JUST received, the following pieces of New Mu- c me, at the OLD established store, two doors east a of 12lh street, Pennsylvania Avenue. W. FISCHER. My sister! Oh ! my sister?by L. T. Chadwick. When the early stars are jieeping?by C. Meineke Duys of my childhood?by C. F. Ileuberer The American National song of Liberty?by S. Raddon Ask me no more to sing that song of gladness?by Glover The old church clock?by J. Long Unfading beauty?by F. Petersilea The Free, the German Rhine?by J. W. Hudson I'm with you once again?by W. R. Dempster The Matin bell Jeanie Mortison?by W. R. Dempster The voices of life?by G. J. Webb The bells, the bells of evening?by A. Lee ti The Inch Cape Bell?by J. Parry ^ Stars of the summer night!?by O. W. Withringon Mnr? Msv?hv R. Bruce -t Little Eddie!?by J. N. Metcalf J The bold outlaw?Glee?by H. R. Bishop it 'Tis a very merry thing?Glee?by J. A. Wade h Crabbed age and youth?Quartette?by Rev. J. S. o Stephens Come, Fairies, trip it on the grass?glee?by J. Parry Down the dark waters?duett?by C. Jeffries The mariner loves o'er the waters to roam?by A. Lee Sweet wall*?by C. F. Hebestreit Indian summer grand waltz?by T. Bricher Four easy waltzes?by J. B. Woodbury Lite is a diearn?grand walti?by Strauss Love not?a celebrated quickstep Independent Grey's quick step?by B. Reiss Cazneau's quick step?by F. II. Brunn Nil my Dolly?a favorite quickstep Village quickstep?by E. L. White Johnson's quick step?J. G. Jones lc Fra tante angroscie, Rondo?by F. Hunter ra Beethoven's celebrated andante?arranged by H. Herz > Favorite polka of the Rhine?by E. Wolff p, Paris polka?by P. Schubert Romance sans pawlcs?S. Thalberg Ul Rubini polka?P. Schubert r( Three favorite polkas?by C. Labitzky al Quadrilles les adieux?by V. Lazard a, Ethiopian quadrilles, danced by the Virginia minstrels _ La Gitana?by H. Herz I Children*' party quadrilles?by Camclle Schobert J Rory O' Nioore, with variations?by E. B. Rollers- hi sewicx She wore a wreath of roses, with variations?by si . Valentine tfc Lady mine, with variations Si Ring's singers daily practice?by C. M. Ring ot A companion to the choir?by C. M. Ring Jenny get your hoe cake done, by Joe Sweeny. pt Jiin along Josey es Ole Virmnnv break down?bv Joe Sweenv ar De ole jaw bone?by Joe Sweeny lj Ole Tare river?by Joe Sweeny N Jumbo Jum?by John Smith Dec. 7?3ti bl ANNUALS, SOUVENIRS, BOOKS FOR P CHRISTMAS. 1* JUST received by F. TAYLOR, The Diadem for I84.r?, 1 volume quarto, bound with crimson _. silk, with numerous engravings I leaflets of Memory, for 184.r>, I volume octavo, .J bound and gilt, in white calf, containing many illustrations and poetical and prose contributions. The illustrated Books of Christian Ballads, for lM.r>, edited by Rufus W. Oris wold. i lie i.uerary souvenir lor IH4&. Tho OiA for 1846. Oracle* from the PoeU?a new and Fanciful Diversion for the Drawing Room?by Caroline Oilman. Poet* and Poetry of Kngland?by R. W. Oriawold, 1 volume. Reautiful editions of Rhakapeare, Millon, Byron, Campbell, Moore and many other of the moat pop ular author* in Poetry and Prner, aoane of 'hern Iwaotifiilly illustrated; other* richly hound and em helliahed. Fine edition* of the Bible; Prayer Boek* of every kind and dearription, Book* for young people m great variety dec IC I I I - , CLoTHHf CAUBlMKHKa, VKBIIMOm * f , IJ E have this day received a largo aasoitiueiit of rV Cloths, Casaltueree, and V eating", wlucli, m >iul of nujlily, twice, ?"?1 quantity, cannot In: snruMctl in tiiw maraol, all of which will tic sold at U,? weal poaalble price*. Wo name in oalt 'Mj |iiccoa extra finish wool-dyed black Cloths ' 10 do medium do 11 do do blue do 10 do medium do do 40 do invisible green, dahlia, olive, brown and grecu clolha UZ> do aaaoi led Cloths, suitable1 for ladies' use, exceedingly cheap !45 do Ixmduii, Plaid. and plain Tweeds 50 do assorted Cassiuieres, ui fancy plaids, striped, figured, and plain 35 do ncli Cashmere Veatings 10 do medium do 5 dozen rich Cashmere Scarfs 5 do tow priced do 35 pieces silk pocket lldktta 10 duxeii linen cambric do Together with tikivea, Suspenders, Knit Slirt nd lfiawers, and lloeiery of every description |Mf ESTEP Ik OATLETT ^ KKAT AKK1VAL-NEW GOODS JUST K|;. JT CKIVED.?We have this day received 15 pieces super jet eud blue black Alpaccaa F 10 do do drab and uivuible green Alpao us 5 do do chameleon change Alpaccas 15 do do jet black Bom bavins 15 do do blue black do 145 do figured ami plain low priced black Silks 10 do extra beavy (wide) Poult de Soie 10 do Grosde Swiss and Italian Lustrings 30 do rich chameleon change Poult de Sou-, m li stripes 145 do plain tiros de Naples, Suitable fur linn ,-i 15 do double Florences, all colors 145 do ladies'plaid ami figured Cloakings 145 do rich new style Moussehnes de Lame 10 do Cashmere do 15 do rich embroidered Thibet Shawls 10 do chameleon change do '35 do and medium Cashtueie do 50 Shawls of assorted qualities 15 pieces 5-4 extra white Flannels 10 do 4-4 do do j 15 do 7-8 do do I 35 do red, yellow, and green Flannels j 10 do French Merinoes, desirable goods I 35 do 4-4 Gothic Chintz, for weide blind j 50 do rich Furniture Calicoes 1 case rich and new style Chintzes 1 case handsome Calicoes, at 13 cents 30 dozen super black Cashmere and Alp a 30 do Raw Silk and Mohair Hose 50 do assorted Cotton do 10 do ladies' Merino Vests 3 do do Silk do 15 do colored and white Skirts 10 pieces extra hue Cambric Dimities 10 do medium do 35 do extra fine Irish Linens, cheaa 30 do (tiidium do de 30 do low-priced do do 10 do Linen Cambrics, from }1 to |3 per yard 35 do extra fine Long Lawns 15 do medium do 50 do Birdseye Diapers, some of'which are beautifully nne 10 'do 8-4, 10 4, and 13-4 Damask Table Linen 15 do Damask Napkins 35 do Russia, Huckaback, and other Diapers 15 do 8-4, 10-4, and 13-4 Russia and Irish Sheetings 3 cases 0-4 and 13-4 Hamilton Sheetings 111 do Longcloth Cottons 100 pieces real Georgia Nankeens 100 do Cassinets, assorted in colors and mil tiea , 100 do Canton Flannels 100 do Penitentiary Plaids 50 do Curtain Muslins 15 do red Cashroeret 10 do drab Damask Moreen, and 000 do brown Cottons, at 6 cents per yard Together with every article kept in dry goodi The subscribers would invite purchasers to rill ind examine their extensive assortment of goods, at he same time pledging themselves to sell as low, if lot lower, than any other establishment in this or ny other city. ESTEP & CATLE'I I A GAIN, THE BRANCH OF F. PULVERM.v fX CHER'S LACE EMPORIUM, 21 Pratt street, laltimore. In introducing to the Ladies of Washngton this card, I wish them to pay it their particutr attention, because there are two things joined in ay store between 9th and 10th streets, north side of 'ettnsylvania avenue, which will prove the greatest aagnetism to every one who is inclined to buy, viz heap and handsome. The following desirable goods rrived the other day : Black and blue-black Velvet for scarfs, cardinals, and bonnets, together with the most suitabls Trimmings, as black silk fringes and lace for the first ones, and the very corresponding in and outside French flowers for the latter ones. A few already made Velvet Scarfs and Ixtng Scarfs, very rich trimmed, sent to me only for models Velvet Collars trimmed with jet beads, Chenille Roses Wreaths for hair ornaments, Silk Velvet Handkerchiefs, at 75 cents ; here I cannot help mentioning the price French worked Collars of such a superior quality and cheapness that it would be a pity for any lady not to look at them, at least. Besides these things, Ladies, you will find a beauiful assortment of Ribands, Valenciennes, and Thread .aces, Muffs, Perfumery, and French Jewelry, nov 29?eod2w Earthen ware, china, and GLASS.? Thomas Pursell, Importer, has the pleasure of lforming his friends and tne public generally that he as just received by late arrivals from Liverpool and titer sources? 113 packages of the above articles of the newest patterns and shanes Ivory handle and other Knives and Forks, inseU of 51 pieces, and separate German and Britannia Table and Teaspoons, Waiter# Plated and Brass Candlesticks and Snuffers and Trays Looking-glasses, Castors, Knglish and American Tea and Coffee sets Coffee Urns, covered and uncovered Pitchers, Sir. Astral, Hall, Bide, Liverpool, Solar, and Heading Lamps and Wicks, of all sizes Also, South worth's Patent Lard Lamp. All of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as iw and on as good terms as at any other establishlent. Goods assorted in the original packages, Pipes in axes, Window Gluss of assorted sizes ul very low rices, Stoneware at reduced factory prices. The subscriber has the agency of a Britannia innnlactory, which enables him to sell these articles it iduced prices. He solicits a call from his friends id the public generally at his stole on Pennsylvania renue, opposite Brown's Hotel, nov a8-?o1m THOMAS PUR8ELL T UVBNILB BOOKS, for youths of all agi~ ' A large and valuable collection of the above is on and and for sale by P. TAYLOR Among which are many new ones, just received, id all of the most approved and standnrd works of lis class : Miss Falgcwmth's, Mary Hewitt's, Met edgwick's, Miss Leslie's, Mrs. Holland's, and hers. AI?o, a ?mall lot of French Juvenile Book" just minted direct from I'ari*; a fine collection of the in"?t itcemed writer* in [metiy and proac, both Knjdndi id American, beautiful edition" many of them lineillustrated, other* richly bound, for Christina* and ew Year'" preaent*. Portfolio*, Drawing Book", beautiful Fnglish Biea, Allium", colored Toy Book*, gold and ?il?i r encil Caae*, Card Caaex, Ac., Ac , all al the low I icea. F. TAYLOR dec 15 Immediately Raat of (Jadaby'a Hotel. THE POLKA. rllF. following New Mumc i* thi* day recrireJ and foi mil*- at one third le?* than tne |owr?l orthern price*, at the Mumr and Stationery St<>r> f WM. K1SCHKR, Penn. *?., two door* Ka?t of 12th *lr*ei. The Polka, composed hy J. E. Muller. Philadelphia Soiree Polkn, by F. Wetland. Museum Polka, by A. H. Mela. Baden Baden Polka, by Ma?ard. Berlin Prlka, by Labinkey. Faeurite P.ilka of the Rhine, by E. Wolff. Narrhali* Polka, by J. 8ta?t. Three Favorite Polka*, by I^abitakey. La CarMia Polka, by 8trana* K.mpiM* Anne'* Polka, by 8>r*n?a. I*adv Henrietta'* Polk*, by Berginuller. New York Polka*, by Korponay. Saratoga Polka, do Favorite Ainerie*n Polka, by Mad'lle. Korpon*y. Cayito Polka, by Launer. Ln Polka Nouvell* Dan** Nation), by Harta. no*. IB? 31. ] .