American, and commercial daily advertiser

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Publisher:
W. Pechin ( Baltimore Md. )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 2257236
System ID:
AA00020290:00001

Full Text









AERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


5~OLv. Li 11111. ___ ___ DJLTIJIOIIL:::.FIIIiDJI 4IOILVI.VG, JJ.i'IIJ1L~ 29, i~4I.
___________________________________ .Vo. I4~2O


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
w0. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE.
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annumi, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n ne city-all new advertisements appear in both
papers.
A LOT OF PRIME VENISON just in, will
be sold low by
j 28 M EIXETI & STONEBRAKER.
C A'-Tol Iol I.-- i i. i.pr- ..ii 'I t.,r Oil, just
received and for sole by
1a i G %IT'l ER & CO. 203 Balto. st.
SRAPES, mu hole, half and quarter ksc", for
sale by ARCHIBALD H \ b, I,
ja 28 No. 9 S. Charles St.
ERN.I. rtl .NLli 'l ii-'S-J. B. Hlda CI'cL .i
Sons stamp, for sale by
ja 28 C. W. KARTHUS. 9 Commerce st.
OUL IRG LASS G IN L.,-pun) I's popular Hour-
Sgiass %.n, cor-ir., ,,Y ,.n hnil .,nd for sale by
ja A8 C. W. K.\ RI IHA I ;. Commerce st.
SEHIIGIH N UT COAI,.-For sale by
HARVEY SHAW,
ja28 35 W. Pratt s'._
*~ ULAbSnSS-Iimo i, >l ,[llq'l' Ml'sla;.
ITO In rtur. anl I ; alt.- b1y
Ift 8 E DWIN It'BIW)1NON, I- ComrrPreorf.
SA I I.S -150 kegs Cut Nails, Wareham manuiac-
1 lui, a-so,'..I sizes, fobrsale by
ja 28 EDWIN ROBINSON, 12 Commerce at.
O IL- V if-W ner Bleached Spermn ('IL. i nI o1 1 td
Stierces, for sale by JOHN P ADAMS.
ja28 7 Bowly's whf.
"8l~l i,\'rllMG 1'A l-R ..... -.,11 ,,- : ..... ,------.i -
X38, for sale by PRATT E KEITH,
ja 28 27 & 29 South Charles st.
SALTPET'I'tE- -oO r. -' I. '' --i [, Iir,
Iorrs.le by EDU.,.IN RikHINlN,
ji 28 12 Commerce st.
fl^itl ID.: il.t .SEES-l-5 ,,h.i 111..1.1
MOLASSES, tor sale by
_ja28 JOHN P. ADAMS, Bowly's whf.
B RiTITH PRI 5 i5'.\-A I. .Si-. l.ca,ii Il$tl.
received this (lay and for sale' by
!WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
ja 28 12 Souiln Charles st.
"* OL'VING CLOTHS-A lull supply of this
*. 'article from the best and most approved fabric,
for sale by 0. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 29 9 Commerce st.
SALDWIN AN D &IN G APPLES-50 bar-
rels,) received and in store, for sale at No. 99
Bo ly', wharf, by WM.GUNNISON,
ji Ss Commission Merchant.
ALI' 10. ('IiED HAMS, and SMOKED
bEl" in. tiie broiling order.
H.POLLOCK,
jas '1i 10 B liirn,,' t r,. a Bili.t,'.
L,VI- V KSE'Ef'-I:i i r,..-, i.u i,.- LI 11V-LR
SEEl, recetmJd and lor salf' t
.J. & A. H. HERR,
ja 28 P 91 Bowly's whf.
FRBSH MOUNTAIN VEN ISON.-A tresh
supply of Venison Hams andl Saddles, for sale
low by ARCHIBALD HARr,
ija 28 No. 9 S. Charles st.
LREsH (OLL, BliT, I Elt A ) ,t I
LARD-liD--]quinlie, to anI lrmtnue-, I..r -ae L..
H. POLLOCK,
Ra '2- 10 Baltimore st. near bridge.
L IVERPOOL GiKOt'ND ALUM SALT.-
300 bushels, landing from schr Rienzi, for sale by
WM. GUNNISON; Com'ni. Merchant,
ja 28 99 Bowly's whf.
VE GEESE FEATHERS-1300 lbs. Wes
tern FEATHERS, represented asgood. Just re-
ceived and for sale by ELIAS SHAW & CO.
ja 28 3t P No. 3 South Howard st.
N EIV ORLEANS MLASI' .-:--". .t, ,..-
I peiur new crop New ii'i-t.,i MuLA',%L;.la.-
din2 from ship Cherokee. hor sale by
ja 28 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's wh._
SPANISfH PAPER CIG \IR,-.\ i4 n .- -p:-n-
ish PAPER CIG ,\ [(,, j.,t- iev,- .. i I n, h -
vana, and lbfor sale by A. SEEMULLER,
no z3 No. 6 Baltimore street, near the Bridge.
IALTPETRE-50 bags Crude, of good quality;
received and for sale by
GEO. M. ROBERTSON,
ja 25 d4t 50 South Gay street.
4COTCH WH ISKELYV'I rral P,.1-t i.r, r,.l
$4 superior quality, tor sale by
ARCHIBALD HART,
ja 25 No. 9 South Charles street.
W ITLLIA -'ON & It "'',tV. A.-.i. Ir ..r,
V sale el tSuait's V i,.'iio a b -''.' d I' ii 1J t1 i_- I -
TON. 12 SOUTH CH A I ILLL STREET.
ja 25
L EAD AND SALT PL It 1 --n.|,l,,', |i.M-
souiri LEAD; 350 bags South American SALT
PETRE. For sale by
ja26 <1 BIRCKHEAD SLPEARCE.
'.l DOMINGO TOBACCO.-195 seroons, va-
rious qualities; just landing and lor sale by
ALBERS & CO.
ja2B d8t No. 2 German st,
C hRLE0 HAIR, FEATHERS, &c.-
Curled Hair, Moss and Feathers, in store and for
sale, in lots to suit purchasers.
ja 25 6t "' WALTER CROOK, Jr.
UM AND BRANDY-
100 bbls M. E. RUM
50 do Ist and 4th proo BrjnIn.y, for sale by
ja ?o I tIIIt N P \l \I\ [' .7 H I. ,
10 C0 FF'L" I l.- ti+ ,, tl l)rli 1<14}
('O FFtE L irceeii d 1-, II I'. ., ,,. ,, ,.I ...I
sale by C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 28 9 Commerce st.
USSTE'VT APPLES-10o0 hbts. landing from
schr. Peru, in fine order tor shipping, for sale by
WM. GUNNISON, Commission Merchant,
ja 28 99 Bowly's whf.
I'N E SALT.--oo sacks, landing Irom the schr,
Tom Wood, and lor sale by
JNO. K. RANDALL,
ja 28 P 104i Smith's wharf.
RINTED LAWNS AND JACONETS-
Newest styles, this day received by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
ja 28 12 S. Charles st.
6. BO X ES J UJ U BE P AST E j ust receiv-
ed and for sale by
PRICE &THURSTON,
ja 28 No 139 Baltimore street.
P [Ak BOXES SICILY LEMONS
S10 boxes Sicily ORANGES all in fine order,
forsale by PRICE& THURSTON,
Ja 28 No. 139 Baltimore st.
OJh PIECES NEW BACON, hoe round,
30 corn fedof prime quality, just received for
sale by MEIXSEI, & STONEBRAKER.

S E DRUMS OF GRAND BANK IIAKE
< V FISH, large size and white, suitable for re-
tailing, for sale low by
THOSE. PENNIMAN &CO.
ja 28 77 Bowly'3 whf.
2"I BARRILS PRIME BLACK MUS-
TARD SEED, landing from ship Cherokee
8 barrels ditto in store, for sale by
CHAS. F. PITT,
ja 28 d4t P 85 Smith's wharf.
IO AND MARACAIBO COFFEE.- a
70 bags prime Green Rio COFFEE,
150 bags old white Maracaiho do.
For sale by SAMUEL GETTING,
Ja 27 d8t P 55 Smith's wharf.
COTTON AND RICE-
40 bales Upland COTTON
50 casks RICE-for sale by
R. & A. CARTER,
ja 28 74 Bowly's whf.
*M ERCER [POTATOES-For sale in lhntstrom
1A on board the shr. Betsey Richards, Dugan's
wharf, opposite the Bark Mill, or by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
ja 28 It Bowly's wharf.
F IN' FLOUR )
First Middlings do. > For sale by
Bye do.)
HARVEY SHAW,
lia 28 ___ W Pa'n si.
400h DuOZ.COL'U SIPUOOLlUI"I'ON
3,,. doz. Whl. is do


300 gross assorted BUTTONS. Receiv-
ed and for sale by B. C. WRIGHT,
ja 8 151 Baltimore st
C IGARS.-
256,000 Trabucos Cigars
30,000 Silva & Co.
S 20,000 tSTZu Sptted
100,000 hall Spuiinh. Received and for sale by
J. FORNEY GROVE,
ja 20 21 South Charles at.
GUNPOiVDk;R. IMPERIAL & YOUA,G
HY..ON l1il,- finest quality, attne old prices
Fnilm-s wjrlid do o-1l to supply themselves as.
an advance in price must soon take place.
H. POLLOCK,
ja 28 10 Bait. at near Bridge.
C O lJ ) t, % H ; _. i' 11i -
75 drums Grand Bank CODFISH
74 do Small Straits do
200 boxes containing 100 Ibs. each do
100 drums Hake FISH, for sale by
ja 28 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's wht.
UUG AR AN CIT JITON' -
Sio H n.Js. N 0 ) n ,,.'i' wI' .A R
105 Bak l .' ljui.na, 3i I' IiOf N--L ,iiiI li'm.
ship Cherokee, for sale by
WILSON & HERR,
ja 28 d3t Nos. 71 & 73 South st.
AV ANA SUGAR-
140 boxes White Havana SUGAR
248 do Yellow do do.
Landing from schooner Hope, for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ja 28 4t Exchange Plce.
C ABIN E' i"U RNlTU tt.--'lale to order
at the shortest notice at Ware Room on Fayette
street, near Gay street.
IN STORE.
Superior SOFAS, amil Mahogany CHAIRS,
Venmltan BLINI)D-,. aind ( 1 I'.t NS,
BEDSTEADS, Ct)', BED SOFAS, &c.
Orders execulted f r,,inptly 'v
jy28 HY. S. 'HtlKNR'5l!. Agent.
WiN ES-
7 pipes Temperance Port WINE free from
Spirits or Brandy
31 qualei c.-,.l, sup'r Sicily PORT WINE
14 do do ito Ol PortWine,Page&Co brand
11 do do very sup old" Sandenrman's dou-
ble grape
24 do do very sup. old do treble erane
7qr. casks London Market Madeira \ l NE,
Santa Anna brand
3$qr. casks sup. Pale Sherry WINE, Hortez
brand
140 eases Rhenish WINES, Hockhei-
Smer and Neirsteiner, for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
ja 16 It Exc#ange Place.


P IG AND BAR LEAD-5 tons Missouri Pig
and Bar Lead, just received and for sale by
OLIVER PARKER,
ja 27 corner Calvert and Lombard street.
R YE FLOUR, &c.-10,000 lbs RYE FLOUR;
10,000 lbs Chop'd RYE, for sale by
A. M.FENBY& CO.
isja 27 corner Pratt and Cheapside street.
U J L I '.R I .i i -Pii.![-i' [,,r r nhl -. [. '.im- .. _.,."
rolled It;', \ from the well known Ulster Iron
Works, New York, will be received and promptly ex-
ecuted by the ii,,.].. i . Is A : .-I,'n-
ja27 dIl P HI.Ni\ II % 'I lIM PSON & SON.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
IrIFFENDERFFER & CARTER have on
- hand, a large assortment of CLOT'HS, CASSI-
M l Rl.', and CASSINEFI'S, which they will sell at
very reduced prices, to which they invite the atten-
tion of the public.
ja 16- 43 Baltimore, 4 doors above Gay st.
F ISHING ROPE, &c.--We have on hand and
are manufacturing at our Walk, FISHING
ROPE of the best Russia Hemp, and of all sizes,
which we warrant to be a superior article; also Gangs
of Rigging made to order, on pleasing terms. Apply
to JOHN tLNI.)LI.m)N & CO.
ja 13 Shin Chandlers, &c., 71 Pratt street.


l OURGLASS GIN.-Tie subscriber, sole a-
gent in this city for the sale of this popular and
excellent flavored GIN, has lately receivaid per differ-
ent arrivals from Rotterdam, a prime lot of fity pipes,
which is offered to the trade as a superior article.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 9 No. 9 Commerce st.
ILKS, MANTILLAS AND S .AWLS
--Just received a splendid assortment or fashiona-
ble deep SILKS, plain SATINS, plain and embro'd
Velvet MANTILLAS, 7-4, 84, 9.4 Cashmere and
embroidered Thib t Wool SHAWLS, latest Paris
styles, to whicti we invite the attention of the ladies.
DIFFENDERFFER & CARTER,
ja 16 43 Baltimore street.
C HEAP LINEN CAMBRIC HIDKFS.-
Just received, an additional supply of those
ci,-, 1. f.inen Cambric HDKFS., which we have been
-lh,. iI' very fast by the dozen and at retail. Ladies
who have not supplied ,u,.-i vw-., nrw haveanuther
opportunity-they may ,. *n ) .),, i'lng them at very
reduced p'ri.' -.'v c.,i.- n,,
I iHItjLI & 'NtL.1'>'N. No. 13 Baltimore
]a 18 a st., 3d door west of Market Space.
CLOTHS ANIL CASNIMCfRES.
T HE undersigned have on hand an assortment of
superior CLOTHS & CASSIM ERES which they
will sell at unusually low prices. Ladies wishing Cloths
for Cloaks, would do well to call and see as they can
be purchased at nett cost, from
W. W. LITTELL& CO.
ja 6 No. 51 Baltimore st.
W-INES-
V Madeira WINE, in pipes, qr.casks and bottles
Sicily Madeira in qr. casks
Pico do qr. casks and halt pipes
Canary qr. casks
Champagne, in store and tfor sale by
SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO.
ja 25 -No. 15 Bowly's wharf.
BELLOWS MAN UFACTORY.-We have
oH hand '' ,t assortment of'Blacksmiths Bel-
lows, which "- ,,I warrant equal to any in the Uni.
ted States, at reduced prices. Also Kitchen, Chamber,
ani Parlor Bellows, assorted. Apil. v to
J.K. STAI-i: I tON & SON,
258 Baltimore st,
i- Bellows ofall description repaired, de 9
'ItI-I:TINGS & DIAPEF rS-lit ,ii ,-
Sher has onlianx a choice assortment of LINEN
SHEETINGS, 1l to 3 yds. wide, some very superior
quality. Also, Table DIAPERS and Satin Damask
Table CLOTHS all sizes; with a good assortment of
Table Napkins and Towels, al ot which will be sold
low and old Franklin taken in payment.
JOSHUA ROYSTON, 57 Baltimore st,
ja 26 P 1 door above Tripolets' alley.
TENNENT'S SCOTCU ALE.
HE UNDERSIGNED having been appointed
agents for the sale of J. & R. Tennent's celebra-
ted Ale from GI..-i-.. beg leave to state that they
have on hand .r .i a&:ll always keep a large supply, in
quarts and pints-which will be sold as low as it can
he purchased in New York. or any other market.
ja 27 dit P HENRY TH)MPSON &SiSON.
ARID, GINSENG, BEESWAX, &c.
S 450 kegs No. 1 Western LARD, in handsome
order and small kegs
100 barrels No. I do
1500 Ibs. GINSENG
500 lbs. BEESWAX
30o lbs. PINK ROOT
60 dozen CORN BROOMS-For sale on pleas-
ing terms by JOHN C. CLARK,
Ja 25 4t P No. 33 N. Howard st.
3_00 KEGS NO. 1 LARD
40 barrels do do
1000 HAMS
1000 SHOULDERS
1000 SIDES-hor sale by
G. CASSARD k SON,
67 t',l' r ''. ic' e .
Who are prepared to smoke Bulk Pork in the best
manner ia 25
l r U. it 1. % P% t i1 L- K I I" Lv(;~, & .&
RD 50 Bales BURLAPS, Nos. 1, 2, 3 ant 4
7 boxes Bleached TICKLENBERGS
5 do Holland SAIL IUCK. 1.d'Li qU liiv
5 do 4-4 OIL CLOTH I ii, i i
I do do dto on Table., Ilei 'i f a,, I 'ia'.o
5 do COTTON FRINGES, assorted-Just
received and for sale by ALBERS & CO.
ja It dtlstF No. 2 German st.
1 -00- DoZ. assorted Cordial, sureror to any
iLV 'm ported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kcnmuel
5 do Wiie Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries f .r z -I, b
AMAND11 Ul. hlIll,.
no 21 Second st.
UTTkR, LARD, &c.-
200 kegs LARD, in prime order,
5 bbls. Roll BUTTER, [lies
15 kegg No.2 BUTTER, part suitable for fami-
17 bushels CLOVERSEED. Received and
for sale by JOHN TRIRMBLE,
77 South Catlvert st.
IN STORE.-50 bbls. TAR, For sale
150 do. Common ROSIN, I low to
50 do. Soap ROSIN, close
600 Ibs. Cotton Yarn, as. nos.) sales.
jia 18
W M. & GiUO. McLEAN, GROCERS, have
on hand and for sain-
100 bags Rio COFFEE. part strong scented'
50 do Laguayra do
25 do St. Domingo do
25 do do (low priced) do
300 DENII.ToIINS. (35 di..r.,)
01 O u .i;. DI.,.1. *ii.: t.!; \ I,.V
15 do O.R.WHISKEY
5 do Accomac Peach BRANDY
3 puncheons Scotch WHISKEY.
Together with general assortment of Groceries of
every kind, which they will sell low and on accom-
modating terms, ja 19
NEW BACON AND LARD.
80,0000 LUf FREDERICK CO.
l BACON-Hog round
3000 JOLES
100 kegs No. I LEAF LARD
20 barrels No. 1 do
The quality of this Bacon is superior to any I have
had for some years-the salter has been careful to
make a good selection of the best quality ot Cornfed
Pork. Those who want a good article will please
give me a call. The above is in store and for sale by
WILLIAM ALLEN,
ja 13 No. 123 N. Howard st. near Franklin st.
LOVES, &c.-
Men's Cuffed Woolen Gloves
do Lined Cotton do
do do Beaver do
do Buckskin do
do White sandut Col'd Berlin do
do Buckskin Mits
Boy's Cuffed Wollen Gloves
Women's Lined Beaver do
do Unlined do do
do White and Col'd Kid do
do do & do Cotton do
For sale at No. 229 Baltimore street.
de 31 ISAIAH KROESEN & CO.
WETHERALL & HOFFMAN, No. 215
Baltimore street, 1st noor above Sbia'l', offer
for sale the following Seasonable DRY Goi Ill-
Rose and Whitney Blankets, 9-4, 11-4 and 12-4
Woolen Comforts; bl'k Lamb's Wool Hose
Kentucky Jeans; plain Linseys
Germantown Hose and half Hose
Men's and Ladies' Kid Gloves
Merino anst Broche Shawls
English and French MEERINOS
Gro de Naps; I,,.i .,.:, anol Satins
Linen Camnb'k, 11.1u ., plain tnd hem stiched
Red, White and Patent FLANNELS
Calicoes and Furniture PRINTS
Russia DIAPER and CRASH
CLOTHS, CA>SIMERES5 CASSINET, &c.
All of which, with various other goods will be sold
ow. to reduce stock ior Spring purchases, ie 28
ALL1NG THINGS BY THEIR RIGHT
NAMES.-AME1RICAN MANUFACTURES
have at this time arrived at that ascendency, that it
is no longer necessary for them to appear in our
market in any fictitious or loreign names. The citi-
zens of Baltimnore, ant others in want ot CA RP ET-
ING, are n. -r. .'i.,Iih invited to caliatuhe CALVER-
TON FA; I i1;\ \ AREROOMS, No. 200 Balti-
more street, up stairs, and examine the stock of
splendid BALFIMORE MANUFACTURED IN.


GRAIN '\,ll l-l I I which for beauty of pat;
tern, style nr..t .',,.t' w, of colors, haye never been
excelled in any country. The above are now offered
by the subscriber, wholesale or retail, at such prices
as no foreign article of the kind can compete with,
and are warranted in every particular to be of the
best -i, 'i1 Fresh -.it'.hic a.1, *.'i' -,> receiving from
the I} -. Pn. _.I 1 'I % 1,ri N
REMOVAL.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS having removed from
Liberty Street to No. 150 Baltimore street, op-
posite Light Street, offer for sale on accommodating
terms,
35 casks Sal Soda
160 barrels superior German Black Lead
10 casks Powdered Turmeric
8 'White Mustard Seed
15 Seroons Cochineal
1 case Fresh Vanilla Beana
30 casks Potatoe Starch
500 lbs. Powered Jalap
250 oz. Otto of Rose
25 barrels Powdered Manganese
12 (_'C.k ,.,.s of Lead
Besides a general assortment of Drugs, Chemi-
cals, Paints, Dye Stuffs, &c.
Also, of direct importations:
90 cases Hock Wine of superior quality, dlfferen
brands, vintage 1834, warranted PURE
8 cases Tokay j Cabinet Wines from Prince Es-
6 Eslauer 5 terhazey.
For sale by G. & N. POPPLEIN.
se 10 eo


SO'TTON.-102 bales Prime Louisiana COT-
TON;just received per barque Allioth, and brig
Margaret, from New Orleans; for sale by
J. M. SLAUGHTER,
ja 22 Bowly's wharf.
KENTUCKY TOBACCO-31 hbds. Ken-'
tucky Leaf TOBACCO, the principal part of
superior quality, will be landed to-day from ship
Cherokee,. from New Orleans. andti for sale by
JOHN THEODORE KALL,
ja 27 d2w No. 7 Commerce street.
1IL- 20 bbls. Winter bleached Sperm OIL
10 bbls. do do Whale do
8 do Manufactured do
10 do Tanners' (Wank and Shore, do
Just received and for sale by W. CRANE & CO.
ja 27 twdt N. W.*corner South & Water sts.
THPRO.]F WHISKEY & BAR IRON,
4 20 bbls 4th prool WHISKEY
26 Tons assorted Hammered Bar IRON, at a low
price. Forsale by G.B. WILSON &CO.
Charles st. opposite Rail Road Depot.
ja 27 d 1P
I AVANA SEGARS-60,000 Superior Hta
vans Segars, Canones, Regalia and Jaques, in
eighths and quarter boxes-Just received from Ha-
vana, per schr Hope, and for sale on pleasing terms,
by CHARLES-GEHRMANN,
ja 27 Exchange Place.
2OoO O HAVANA SEGARS-(5
i years old)-medium size, just
received and for sale by
CHARLES D.DEFORD & CO.
Commission Merchants,
ja 23 No. 63 Smith's wharf.
SAIL TWINE.
"Ih9 BALES (two thread) SAJL TWINE, just
ILJ VY received per brig Choctaw, and for sale by
CHARLES D. DEFORD & CO.
Commissior MNlrho.fi,
ja 27 No. 63 i'- 'l..rf
1 Oitr t LI NI DE LA1NES.-A handsome
l.i ,., -,,nl ,.i plain MOUSELLINE DE LAINE
colors in great variety. Also BlacK Ground Cherry
Figures new style Challeys, &c. c. at
DIFFENDERtFFER & CARTER'S,
_js 16 43 Baltimore st. near Gay.
/ ADDER, MACE <& BA RLEY.-
i 10 casks Dutch MADDER
9 do MACE
20 do Pearl BARLEY. Just received per
bark General Harrison from Rotterdam, for sale by
JNO. THEODORE KALL,
ja 27 d2w No. 7 Commerce st.

4 500 bbls. New crop N. 0. MOLASSES
120 tierces)
120 hhds. sweet Martinique do
40 hlihds. tart Cuba MOLASSES, in store
and forsale by WM. G. HARRISON.
ja 27
O090 LUN. BUFFALO GLUB
S 5000 No. I do
2000 Size do
4 bbls. Neats Foot OIL-just rec'd
from the Factory and offered forsale on eccommoda-
ting terms by COLLINS & DORSEY,
ja 27 4t 15 Light at. whf.
S'HAMPAGN EB-100O baskets Sparkling Cham-
C. pagne, of the celebrated Brand of J. Bouche &
Fils," direct from their vineyards at Mareuil sur Ay
in Champagne; part of which expressly for Ladies,
and is of exquisite flavour, for sale by
J. F.STROHM &CO.
ja 27 d4t P No. 45 South Gay street.
RAN DY, &c.-
"'A. Seiguette" brand, pipes, half & qr. casks
'Otard, Dupuy & Co." and "J. Hennessy's"
brands
White BRANDY.5th Proof.
Holland GIN, Strawberry brand
Champagne WINE, Orange brand. For sale by
ja 22 J. M. SLAUGHTER, Bowly's wharf.
OIL--
I 5000 gallons Winter Sperm OIL
2500 do do do-bleacled
2500 do Fall Sperm do
3000 do Patent Bleached do
12 barrels tierces and hhds, for sale by
SUMNER, ROBINSON &CO.
ja 23 No. 15 Bowly's whf.
IJESLER'S ANCHOR CHAMPAGNE.
--The subscribers having been appointed agents,
in this city for the sale of the above celebrated Cham-
pagne, the superior quality of which is so well known
and has been so long approved, offer for sale a parcel
just received, and of which they will always have on
hand, continued supplies.
HYATT & STUMP,
ja' 6 58 South st.
BRANDY AND GIN.
I ANDING THIS DAY, entitled to debenture,
AJ 5 halt pipes "A SEIGNETT"
5 do "J. J. Dupuy" BRANDY
3 do "Otard"
3 do "Bonemont& Beeker'
5 pipes HOLLAND GIN,"Swan" brand
Will be sold at very low prices if applied for imme-
diately, by THOS B. ADAIR,
ja 27 6teo4t No. 0 Commerce st.
,' I'I.|K. LARD, FEATHERS, PEA-
I-HI. %PPLES,&c.-
75 kegs Glades BU'rTER, fit for family use
200 do do do
50 do Prime ,No. I Western LARD
30O0 lbs. do Western FEATHlERS
100 bush. Dried PEACHES
100 do do APPLES
A small lot o1'TIMOTHY SEED. Forsale by
DRAKELY & FENTON,
ja 25 282 Baltimore st.
M ttAN ItY.-
J. J. Dupuy, 4th proof, in half pipes
Otard, lD)upuy& Co. 4th proof, in half pipes
Piriet, Castillon & Co. 4th proof, in half pipes,
various vintages
J. Hennessy & Co. 4th proof, in half pipes do
Superior Old Cognac, 2nd proofin balt pipes and
quarter casks, of the vintage of 18.5- all ot
our own direct importation, entitled to debenture; for
sale on accommodating terms, by
J. F. STROHM & CO.
ja 23 d4t P No. 45 South Gay street.
DOMESTIC GOODS, &c.
BLEACHED & BROWN DOMESTICS,
o0fall qualities, by the package, bale or piece,at
the very lowest prices.
ALSO,
English, French and American PRINTS, fine and
common, with a general assortment of SEASONA.
BLE GOODS-all of which will be sold as low they'
can be found in the city. Call on
B. H. RICH4RDSON,
105 and 173 Baltimore st.,
ja 22 SRPi near Charles.
C LANDLESS, GLUE, SANDPAPER. NAILS
C&c-200 boxes Jackson's Mould CANDLES
6000 Ibs. GLUE, of good quality
275 reams SANDPAPER
300 kegs best Eas ern Nails
9 bales new HOPS
fi oxfs" \ W e TARCH
0 boxsibls. Colegates STAC
63 boxes FIG BLUE
150 do Bakers and Laphams No.1 Chocola e
20 do Homepathic and spiced do
30 do Bakers prepared COCOA
500 reams Wrapping 1
100 bundles S. Leaf |
190 reams Imp'l. and Medium [.PAPER. For
80 bundles B. Box i sale by
25 do Sheathing I
50 reams Tea J
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 6S South st. near Pratt.


P RICE & THUIKSTOIN. FRUIT DEALERS
AND) CONFECTIONERS, No. 139 BALTI'-
MORE STREET.
Offer for sale as follows-
109 Drums Fresh Smyrna Figs
35 kegs Andalusia do
50 boxes Prunes
10 kegs Caraburna Raisins
10 luau do do
30 boxes Eleme do
150 do best Bunch do
50 do Blooms do
50 half boxes Bunch do
100 qr. do do do
20 boxes Malaga Lemons
75 do Rock Canuly assorted colors
50 cases Muscat Wine
50 kegs Tamarinds
5 cases brandy Cheries Fresh
5 cases Preserved Limes
30 do West India Pepper sauce
50 kegs Malaga Grapes
30 bags Sicnly Paper Shell Almonds
5 do do Walnuts
20 do Fresh Palm Nuts
5 do Filberts
5 cases Nantz Sweet Meats
10,000 very superior Principe Cigars
10,000 'do do Havan do
Together with a very extensive assortment of Con-
tectionary of their own manufacture, all ol which will
be sold low
N. B. All orders thankfully received and properly
executed, ja 20
I_. EW-A H-ENNIGS & CO.
NO. 225L BALTIMORE STREET,
H AVE RECEIVED per ships Clementine, and
M Europe, and other late arrivals from Bremen,
whicti offer for sale on liberal term,
1 .,..- L-1, and blue blk Velvet RIBBONS
1 dto Taffeta do
1 do Hat :,in.?,. and Sill Corset LACES
2 do VL'- I I \'-. newest patterns
2 do Cotton CANVASS
1 do Scarlet Cashmere, and do borders
4 do Cuttim FRINGES
16 cartoons Thread LACES
2 cases Woolen HOSE, shirts and drawers
2 do ass'd Woolen BINDINGS
3 do Linen TAPES
I do S .ir.,... i c ., do
1 do P .ooi in OiND,,"''.,n & Linen Corset Laces
3 do Zephyr Worsteds, ass'd colors
1 do Merino SHAWLS
ALSO.
3 casks Coffee MILLS, ass'd Nos.
2 tio German LOCKS
1 do do LATCHES
1 do do Braces and Compasses
2 boxes Curtain Poles, Rines and Ornaments
I do Knitting Pins and Fish Hoolks
2 do Scissors on Cards, complete ass'd
2 do Halter and Dog CHAINS, assorted sizes
3 casks Lancaster & German LAMPS
10 cases Fancy Willow Baskets
1 Time PIECES
10 Kid and Jointed Dolls, all sizes
2 do German Accordions. 6 to 14 kegs
I1 do Bone Suspender BUTTONS
2 do Flutes and VIOLINS, ass'd
8 casks MARBLES, all sizes
Together with a complete assortment ofTOYS,Shell
Ivory, Hornand Iron Combs, Pocket Books, Segar
Cases, Perfumery, Looking Glasses, Magnifying do,
Pins, Needles, Drums, Work, Toilet and Shaving
Boxes, Trumpets of Tin, Wood and brass, Guns and
Swords; Snuffboxes, Crayons and Pencils, smoking
Pipes. Canes and Whips, Magic Lanterns. P ort Fo-
lios, Globes, China and Agate Marbles, Ga mes and
many others too numerous to detail. Count ry mer-
chants and dealers are requested to give them a call.
ja 20


G AITHEB & CO. No. 203 Balto. at. have just
rec'd.
Colored Canton Flannels
Dark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWIl large 'ire
Low priced li,- t_'Li'l I'N
Plaid Linseys., Firnitre t iH INTZES
-Also on hand-
Heavy Tickings; Brown DRILLS
Canvass P.J.ling,. B.u,I.m. all of which they
offer for sale. de 5 P
(OELRnItIIS& Lt'itMAN,
Nil. 'n ii ll il I'H.li.L:. STREET,
Si PO0c'IlI(?t OF GErt1A:I AND BRIT-
I'H l.itililS, huve c.'en.i:.l ty late arrivals, and
offer for sale on reasonable terms,
BURLAPS-No. 1, 3, 3, 4 and 0.
6-4 Brown LINENS, assorted from No. 1 to 5.
or Silesias 5 do do 60 to 100
6-4 Creas a la Morlaix
6-4 Flandersheling
Linen CHECKS, red and blue
White Tecklenburg LINENS
Flaxen BURLAPS-No. 1, 2,3
German Brown ROLLS
Sand 4-4 Irish LINENS
26 inch Poinser Long CLOTH
Twilled SILESIAS
Damask and Diaper Linen, Tabling 6-4 24-4
Do NAPKINS. 6 4
10-4 Brown Linen Table COVERS
Linen TICKING, 63 inches wide
dodo io j and yard
Men's, woman's and children's white and black
Cotton HOSE andSOCKS
Schleicher's genuine German PINS, No. 5
6 and 3 cord white, black and coloured SPOOL
COTTON
Linen and Cotton TAPES. ja 13
OLIVER'S WHARF.
THE rates of wharfage charged on Oliver's (Fen-
by's) wharf are for vessel and cargo
HaUt the City Rates,
Except for Lumber. Fire Wood, Laths, Timber and
Live Stock, lor %8hich full city prices will be charged.
The above is a large and commodious Stone Wharf,
having 1100 feet water tront, with piles hor the pro-
tection of vessels, and at which there is a greater
depth of water than at any other wharf west of Jones'
Falls.
There is a large space for the reception of Coal,
Lumber, Mahogany, &c., with a warehouse for Stor-
age of Merchandise generally. Apply at the office on
the wharf, or to S. FENBY & BRO.
Corner Gay andi Pratt streets.
The Ice Boats keeps a track open within a few yards
of the whar f.ja2
rTlHOS. PEN.N lVIAN & CO., No. 77!Bowly's
I Have for sale-
4000 galls winter OIL,bleached and unbleached,
3000 do Fall do do do
3500 do Winter Whale do do
2000 do Common ito
1000 do Patent do. In various sized casks.
300 boxes Sperm CANDLES, N. Bedford and
Nantucket brands
150 hhdls. superior Trinidad Retailing MO-
25 tierces t LASSES.
30 boxes do Havana White SUGAR
400 bags Calcutta Race GINGER
50 lbs. Old White Java COFFEE
31 bales prime Upland COTTON
100 boxes Fresh N9, 1 CIHOCOLATE
20,000 supe-ior quality Plincipe SEGARS
50 barrels N. E. RUM
50 drums Grand Bank and Hake CODFISH
100 boxes No. 1 Retailing SOAP
Domestic BRANDY, 4th proof, in halfpipes and
barrels, &c. &c. P dlm sja 16
TURNER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE
PAPER DEALERS.
No. 2 SOUTH CHdRLES STREET.
HAVE FOR SALE.
5roo REAMS Fine Medium Printing Pa-
,t per.
300) do Superfine do do do
150 do Medium and a half do do
1000 dio News Paper, various sizes do
300 do Colored Medium do
100 do do Cover do
2500 do Ruled and Plaia Letter do
2000 (to do and Cap do
500 do Flat do do
200 do Fine Wrniig
100 do Medium do
50 do Royal and Superoyal
Binders Boards, Band Box do. Trunk do. Straw do.
Press Paper, Hardware, Grocers and Cloth Paper,
Russia Skins. C ja 16


PRINTING PAPERS.
H MEETEER offi'rs for sale at Warehouse No.
e 36 South Chailes street-
PRINTING PAPER, 19 x 24
SDo 20 x241
Do 211x28
Do 221 x 321
Do 24 X 28,
Do 24 x3t
Do 24 x36
D)o 271x371
Do 28 x38
Do 23 x271
D)o 23 x25i
Do 24 x 38
Comprising a good assortment from course to super-
fine, all of which are now offered for sale low to close
lots. ja 16 eo
LARD, POiRK AND BACON.
4 7 t KEGS NEVW NO. 1LARD.inhiand-
l some shipping order
75 barrels do do
75 do new Prime PORK
25 do new Mess do
30,000 pounds City Smoked Shoulders and Midlings
BACON
25,000 pounds Baltimore cured SIDES
11,00 Baltimore cured HAMS of small size and
prime .i. ii', Ii. store for sale by
l'.t1i--tl GARRETT &SONS,
ja 22 P 32 N. Howard street.
litHE ADVERTI'ISER would respectfully in-
form the public that hie has at present an exten-
sive stock of FALL CUTLERY, RAZORS, PEN-
KNIVES, including Genuiine Rodgers & Sons, Scis-
sors, of every description; in fact he has at present
an excellent assortment of CUTLERY of all kinds,
wanranted of the best materials and workmanship.
N. IB. Having sold out his former supply of the
PATENT PEN MAKING MACHINES, lie has
just obtained a fresh supply of that admirably useful
invention. BEN'J, DAFFIN,
ja 20 No. 1 Hollidav at.
EW PATTI'ERNS OF SMALL .I iG'u
1 FRENCH CHINTZES
Cambric DIMIrY, ol fine to extra super quality
Mull, Nausook, Swiss and Jackonet MUSLIN
Checked, striped and fig'd do do
Cambric MUSLIN, (exceedingly cheap)
Brown Fiench LINEN and HOLLAND
English LONG CLOTH, of fine qualiy
12 qr. Barnsley SHEETING, ofstoutest fabric.
The above with other new goods received and will
be offerAd cheap, by wholesale and retail.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.
ja 27 4t d No. 157i Baltimore street.
-- GROUND PLASTER.
T HE subscriber is now grinding Plaster at his
new Steam Mill--(South side of the Basin) and
is prepared to lurnislt it in barrels in any quantity at
the shortest notice-delivered in any part of the city
free of charge. Purchasers and dealers will find it to
their advantage to purchase from the Mill as its can-
venient location warrants the selling of it as low as
can be bought in the city.
Orders (either for Lump Plaster or in barrels) left
atJ. J. Corner & Bros. No. 1 Maryland whart will
be immediately attended to.
ja 15 ec8t CLARK COTTRELL.
WALTER' CROOK., JRJ.
No. 104 Balto. st. between South and Calvert st,
R ESPEC'ITFULLY informs his friends ahdthe
public that he has now on hand oh his own man-
ufactory,
Plain and Fig'd Spring Seat SOFAS
do do and Plush Rocking CHAIR
Sweedish CHAIRS
Recumbent or Self acting CHAIR
Music Stools; Mahogany Parlour CHAIRS
Sols Beds, COTT'S. &c.
All of which lie will sell on pleasing terms.
ja 25 d8t WALTER CROOK, Jr.
DRY GOODS DRY GOODS!
OBERT HILL, No. 73 Baltimore street, ha
S just received and is now offering, at reduced
prices, a large and well selected Stock of Seasonable
DRY GOODS from the Importers and Actions-such
as
CLOTHS, all colors, from 2 to $8
CASSIMERES, plain and fancy, I to $3
CASSINET do do 25 to371 cts.
Kentucky JEANS, 40 cts. to $1
3-4 White and Red FLANNELS, 25 to 37o cta
4-4 do do do 50 cts.
4-4 Bleached LONG CLOTH
4-4 do do (very fine,) 121 cts
10.4 Damask TABLE CLOTHS, $1
And many other scarce Goods equally as cheap.-
Call at the cheap Store.
de 7 ROBERT HILL, No. 73 Batimore st.


FRESH IMPORTED CLOTHS, CASI-
Ml ERES & VESTINGS.
R McELDOWNEY & CO. have received
an extensive assortment of the above GOODS,
among which are-
CLOTHS-Wool black, blue, dahlia, green, brown,
drab, Oxford mixed, and all other fancy colours.
CASSIMEIRRES-Wool bl'k. Doeskin, plain wool
black, blue, drab, Oxford mix'd, with a great variety
of the newest and latest tancy Cassimeres, that have
beer imported this season.
VESTINGS-Merino, Thibet, Silk, plain and fig'd
Satin, Cashmere, Cashmetette, Valencia and Swans-
down. '
BEAVER CLOTHS-Wool blk, blue, green, drab,
biown andt claret, ot every quality.
PILOT CLOTHS of every colour.
-will, Worsted and Imperial Skirt LINING
ilk and Worsted Coat BINDING
Silk Twist and Coat CORD.
BUTTONS.-Englhsh Brocade, Satin, Velvet, Las-
ting and Gilt; Linen Canvass and Red Padding. The
above goods will be offered on the most reasonable
terms at No. 97 Baltimore st.,
se 10 between South antd Calvert sts
BOOTS & SHOES.
0 T CASES Men's Thick.peg'd BOOTS
10 0 W 2 .. Seal
28 Men's Kip "
20 Calf "
36 Sewed
18 1st qualKippeg'dMunroes
48 2nd "
5 Extra size" "
35 Boys'& Youths," "
48 Men's thick peg'd BROGANS
25 Boys'& Youths'thick peg'd "
30 Women's lace & strap booteess
42 Strap Shoes
8 Misses "
5 Men's Morning SLIPPERS
10 Women's cheap leather & roan do
15 Children's mo. lace Bootees and
Ankle T'ies
5 Misses'Roan SLIPPERS
5 Men's Heel'd PUMPS
3 Dancing "
Lately received and for sale by
THOMAS STEARNS,
oc 27 d4w No. 4 German at,


BRUSH & BELLOWS FACTORY.
J K. STAPLETON & SON-No. 268
s B.ALTIMORE STREET, (near Howard st.)
Have in Store the following articles, which they offer
very low for cash and on the usual credit to town or
Country Merchants.
Sweeping BRUSHES, No. 2,3, 5 and 6,
Chamber BROOMS, 2 sizes (very superior,)
Mill Broomir...m I'.,.riii.. BRUSHES, assorted sizes,
Scrubbing 1;lilk.HI ", 6,7, 8, 10and 12 rows.
I L. \ ?l I I ., :,8, 10 and 12 do.
Shoe Brushes, common size, middle and cov'd. backs,
Hatters BRUSHlES, assorted,
Tanners, Bla.cking, Paste and Scouring BRUSHES,
Weavers Brushes, Horse BRUSHES, all sorts,
White wash 4, 5, 6,8, 10 and 12 knotts,
Plasterers BRUSHES, super extra assorted,
Painters Biushtes and Sash Tools, all sizes and quality5
Cloth BRUSHES, plain and fancy,all descriptions.
Head Brushes, every variety and price,
Shaving BRUSHES, of even .t .-'ri.i..n,
Plain and Fancy 'I'TOOTH LIt tL'h- Ii LS, an elegant
NAIL Do. assortment,
SParlour and Extra Fancy Hearth BRUSHES,
Kitchen, Chamber and Fancy BELLOWS,
Braziers, Jewellers and Smith Do. 26 to 40
inches, made ot'f best materials and at reduced prices
oc 5 P


FRESH FALL DRY GOODS.
W E have now in store 227 Baltimore street, the
most desirable assortment of seasonable DRY
GOODS ever offttered by us, to the public, viz.-
210 pieces broad CLOTHS, embracing every va-
riety of colors and prices
75 plain and fancy Cassimeres do do.
221 steel mix'd drab, black, plum and
blue CASSINETS
85 and half ell Genoa CORDS some
very superior
65 Merino, Swandown, Valencia, and
Satin VESTING
265 6-4 English Merino, some very fine
60 4 do do do do
45 6-4 French do Flushingsand Bea-
ver Cloths
47 Bombazine
300 MOUSELIN DE LAIN, new styles
40 British, French, and American Prints
Blk Italian Lustring and Col'd GRO DE
NAPLES SILKS
B~k, Blue blk and white Crapes and FLOR-
ENCES
Senchews, Sarsnetts, and Bonnet SILK
Silk and Cotton HDKFS. Dress SHAWLS
and "'" PLN .1Ll.l'
Buttor., 'i,.,, i'.t-ii Thread, Skein Cotton
and SEWING SILK
Laces, 1:I...i,.,z, and Insertings, HOSIERY
and 6i L.. m. L .of all kinds
500 pieces ,, ', 4-4 5-4 bhld MUSLINS
300 "andl 4-4 white, yellow, and RED
FLANNELS
300 Tartan PLAID SHAWLS, all sizes
500 odoz.SPOOL COTTON, and Parsons floss-
and a full assortment of RIBBONS
The above goods will be found to embrace but a
part of our very extensive stock. It being partially
made up of many descriptions of goods often sought
for, and not common among the trade. All which
are offered at such prices, and on such terms as must
please the closest buyers. Strangers with proper re-
ferences,and (r.[ .uacitu.r. ar..' solicited to buy ofus.
setil d "E %LLL&BAUGHER.
-LACKBURN'S MADEIRA WINE-The
subscriber, Agent tor the above well known
House, is at all times prepared to receive orders for
MAD)EIRA WINES OF THIS CELEBRATED
BRAND, so long known and so highly prized by the
best judges in this Country andl in Europe. Those
Wines are warranted PURE SOUTH SIDE
GliOWTfH,free from all acidity,and will be in a con-
dition for Bottling immediately alter landing. The
house of Messis. GEORGE & ROBERT BLACK-
BURN was established in MADEIRA ad far back as
17814-they have always been exceedingly particular,
especially of late years, in the selection of the fin-
est Wines produced on the island-they keep a
large stock constantly on hand, and are determi-
ned lo maintain the reputation they have acqui-
red by shipping none but the best of Wines, and
such as are likely to be improved by keeping in this
climate. The evident advantage which such an
uLD ESTABLISHMENT, with an extensive
stock, must possess over one which purchases to fill
up orders as they can find the article, especially when
not brought up regularly in the Wine Trade, is too
evident to require any comment, for the evil and in-
convenience which will result from such shipments,
must soon be made manifest to, and felt by all who
trust to them. For further information apply to
THOMAS B, ADAIR,
Sja 21 No. 6 Commerce street.


DANSKIN'S
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT AND
FURNISHING STORE
NO. 194 BALTIMORE ST WES OF CHrS.
STREET.
T IIE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the
gentlemen of Baltimore and its vicinity that he
has opened the above elegant establishment, and will
in future be enabled to furnish them with HATS su-
perior in style and qality to any heretofore offered Ior
sale in this city.
ALSO
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS, made to fit in su-
perior style
Paris Kid Gloves, fine colors $1 per pair
Under Shirts and Drawers of various kinds
Woollen, Merino, Cotton and Silk Hosiery
Gum Elastic and other SUSPENDERS
Silk HDKFS. hemmed
Satin figured CRAVATS
Fancy Opera Ties
Black Italian and Satin Cravats
Cocoa, Ebony and other CANES
Morning Gowns-and a variety of other Goods suit-
able lor Gentlemen.
The prices at this establishment will be uniform
and as low as the quality can be sold at retail it, i this
city. WASHINGTON A. DA NSK IN.
ja 27


B BLANKETS, BLANKETS.-T'I'he subscri.
ber has on hand, (from his winter supply) some
very superior heavy Rose and Whitney BLANK-
ETS, varying in sizes from 8 to 12-4, and as the sea-
son is fast advancing, they will be closed out at such
prices, that cannot fail to make it an object, (to those
wanting such) to purchase.
ALSO.-CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and CASSI-
NETS in a great variety, together with a full supply
of fine and medium quality white and red FLAN-
NELS, Such as
Rogers' Patent FLANNELS, warranted not to
shrink
Superfine 4-4 American do do
Do 7-8 Red do do
With a good assortment of bleached and unbleached
CANTON FLANNELS, together with a general
supply of DRY GOODS, which will be sold at prices
remarkably low by EDW. J, RICHARDSON,
ja 18 No. 39 Baltimore, corner of Gay st.
A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING & COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, from Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH, the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm of CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale;
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs. Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, Ic. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
ARNISH, warranted equal to any in use.
SILVER PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous friends for their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage. d? ja 15
BROOMS AND WOODEN WABE.
N OW on hand and for sale at the lowest market
S prices at our store and factory No. 70 South Cal-
vert street, six doors from Pratt street, Baltimore.
500 doz. Painted BUCKETS
400 Corn BROOMS
300 WHISKS
150 nests J. B, TUBS
100 Flour PAILS.
Also, all kindsof Ceder Ware, Sugar Boxes, Clothes
Pins, Trays, Wood Bowls and Spoons, Butter Ladles,
Wash Boards, Barrel Covers, Baskets, Spodi Stands,
&c.
The subscribers being connected with the different
factories at the East, also with the dealers in Boston,
New York and Philadelphia, take this opportunity to
inform SOUTHERN, WESTERN and CITY MER-
CHANTS that they shall be able to supply them with
the articles here mentioned,together with mauy others
on as reasonableterms as they can be obtained in any
of the Northern cities.
SPENCER ROWE & CO.
no 16 No. 70 Calvert. near Pratt st.
OTS TO LEASE-On Madison street 1331
.L feet (now paved) at its junction with Eutaw st.,
bounded on the East by Orchard street, and West by
Eutaw and Saint Mary's streets; increasing in width
from Madison street to the rear, in depth about 200
feet-will be leased for 99 yeers, renewable forever,
GROUND RENTS FOR SALE-An annuity
yielding $105 48-100, payable half yearly from three
well built two story brick Dwelling Houses, each
fronting about 15 feet on Eutaw street, depth about 73
feet;-in the vicinity of the above.
For a description of property and terms, inquire at
No, 21 Hanover st. eo4t* ja 21
1TOTICE-All persons indebted to NICHOLAS
L1 L'. CH .A. FEE, are hereby notified to make pay-
ment to the subscribers, who have been duly appoin-
ted his permanent Trustees. T. YATES WALSH,
Court House Lane.
WM. GEORGE BAKER,
No. 20 St. Paul's st,
ja 20 eo.,t PRS Permanent Trustees.


E TINGE'S VARIETY &FURNITURE
SSTORE, North Charles street, opposite the Union
Bank, where he keeps continually on hand all kinds
of new and second hand FURNITURE,such as side-
boards; bureaus; secretarys- tables; chairs; looking
glasses; beds; carpeting, &c. fc. &c., he also offers for
sale on moderate terms all kinds of Glass and China
ware; clocks and"'nu,-.r'-p i i, plated and silver ware of
the best quality; lamps of evemy description and price.
Also, a splendid assortment of gold and silver patent
lever and other watches; gold chains; breastpins; ear-
-ir,.. aund finger rings; silver spoons; silver knives andi
.:.I I. ol a superior quality; all kinds of fancy articles.;
a fine collection of shell work and curiosities combs
of every description; brushes; pen knives; mathemati-
cal instruments; musical instruments of the bestquali-
ty. In addition to the above, a fine assortment of
watch crystals and materials, glazier's diamonds.
The finest collection of Oil Paintings is now offered
for sale, if applied for at the above establishment.
Also, a very fine collection of genuine diamond ear-
rings, finger rings and breastpins at moderateprices.
ap 13
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES OR EN-
DORSED CHECKS
WILL BE TAKEN AT PAR FOR
THE FOLLOWING GOODS:-
WOOLLEN STOCKINGS; GLOVES; MITTS
TAPES; black and colored SILK BRAIDS; blue
black and Colored SEWING SILK; FRINGES;
Thread and Cotton LACES; BOBBINS
SHAWLS; CRAVATS; HANDKERCHIEFS
Silk and Cotton VESTINGS; brown Linen and Drills
Swiss MUSINS; PINS; NEEDLES; Hooks & Eyes
Suspenders; BUTTONS; Worsted Yarns
CANVASS; CHENILLE
NEEDLE PATTERNS; FLOSS SILK
SPECTACLES; t_-lI kl' S<..n cards and bundles-
also Surgical "l-"'lnllS
Spectacle Cases; Dice; Dominos; CHESSMEN;
Chess Boards; NEEI)LE CASES; Glpss TOYS;
Pen, Pocket and Dirk KNIVES; RAZORS;
Razor Straps; Shaving, Tooth, Hair, Cloth, Shoe,
Whitew sh,Dust,Scrubbing and Paint BRUSHES;
COMBS of Ivory, Turtle Shell, German Silver, steel
and Horn; Percussion CAPS; plain and split;
Snuff Boxes; Lead Pencils, Wafers, Silver and Gilt
LACES; Slates; Slate Pencils; Pocket BOOKS;
Pistols; Accordions; Harmonicas; Tea, 'table Spoons;
Violins; Looking GLASSES; Watch GUARDS;
Ladies Garters; Money Purses; Perfumed Soaps;
Cologne Wate:; Nistli Tir. ais; JEWS HARPS;
Marblesofal i.'.; .'t-i-, Kidd Joint and WAX
DOLLS; TOYS; by the dozen and cases;
Fancy WILLOW BASKETS;
Pictures on Sheet Iron; and a great many other arti-
cles in the fancy line.
Bronze Powder and French METAL;
Printing Black and Potato SAGO;
Russia Fur and Drab and Black Silk PLUSH;
Muffs; Boas, and Dressed FUR SKINS;
Willow Hats and CAPS,
CHOCOLATE, of all kinds;
ALSO.-WINES, Lachrimachristi and Dry Madei-
ra, Old Port; St. Julien; Rhenish WINES; Arrac de
Goa; in boxes of I doz. each.
The greatest part of the above GOODS imported by
ourselves, direct out of the Manufactories; and will
be sold at reasonable terms.
ALSO,-On handi a very fine 6. Octave PIANO.
CHAS. WILL & DICKEY,
No. 7 Hanover street, Baltimore.
()g-The Richmond Whig, and the Harper's Ferry
Free Press, will publish the above to amount of $5
each, and send bill to Wills & Dickey.
ja 6 d4vr
BO1 -BAZIN L CU i 'ISAiN .'EitI ALS,
LINENS, &c.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO., No. 157'
Baltimore street, have on hand a large assort-
ment of Jet and Blue Black French BOMBAZINES;
Blue Black MUSLIN DE LAINES; rich embro'ed
Muslin CURT.AINS; Striped and Figured Curtain
MUSLINS; Scarlet, Buff and Green CASHMA-
REEN; Barklies' 4-4 Irish LINEN of heavy undres-
sed fabric, and will be warranted sound and strong; 6
to 12 qr. Linen SHEETINGS; Damask Table Cloths,
fall sizes; NAPKINS; white and col'd DOYLIES;
Table COVERS, &c. Also on hand, rich yard wide
SILKS and SATINS; FrenchCrapesand COLLARS;
emn'd plain and hernr'd Linen Cambric Hdkfs ; splen-
(lid SHAWLS of ev,'ry style and material; Hosiery;
GLOVES, &e.
The style. of'Goods kept by us will be found superi-
or, and the prices will be uniform and moderate. The
great extent and variety of our stock offers superior
inducements to perons in the habit of keeping yearly
accounts. ja 23 6t
STRAW BONNET WAREROOMS.
No. 185 BALTIMORE STREET, (Up Stairs.)
UST RECEIVED a large and general assort-
ment oh STRAW GOODS, among which may be
found the following desirable kinds suitable for the
country trade, viz : .
Florence Biaid BONNETS, (all qualities,)
Super and Medium 11 Braid BONNETS,
7 do.
Devon do. do.
English do.
Silk BONNETS, (assorted,)
Super White Palm Leaf HOODS,
Medium do.
Super coloured do.
Medium do.
Willow and Tissue do.
Palm Leghorn BONNETS,
Fancy li 1N N I -I, (all kinds.)
ARTIFItCIAL FLOWERS, (a general assortment,)
I hornn FLr ATS, all qualities,
'it.11 Li.,.I I REEDS, &c.
LEWIS M. WARNER & CO.
se 10 Wholesale Dealers.
RICH FANCY GOODS AND RIBBONS
1 TOLDRIDGE, has returned from N. York
this day, with a lull assortment of rich Fash-
ionable FRENCH GOODS, which he respectfully
invites the ladies to call and examine as being the
most splendid selec'iLr.n if F rn'i G.c ..-i opened this
season, consisting ii, ,i i -1 .I it l .,:m' 1.1 viz;
French velvet lIA N. I ILL \N, ,:..]--r.-.1 and black
Do. satin do new style
Embroidered Velvet POINTS for the neck
ZEPHYR SCARFS
Embroi'd, Algerine LAPPETS, for the head
Do. Velvet BAGS-gold Fringe
RACHEL NETT CAPS
CHENELE ZEPHERINES
BONNET SILKS, ;. in .,t variety
Changeable Down Bfi' I"i
Silk and Cashmere MITTS, all colours
FRENCH FLOWERS
Plaid SILKS and SCARFS
Long Fella MITTS, white and black
Paris embroidered CAPES and COLLARS
Gloves, Laces, Blonds, Feathers, Crapes, Silks, &c.
together with a full assortment of the latest style of
Ribbons. Wholesale and retail, 123 Baltimore street.
no 24


PA'IT'ENT LitFE ESCAPE LADr. *R.
INVENTED BY MR. JUDLIN of this City.
IIt is principally intended to be kept in bed cham-
bers, and so constructed as to be let down from the
window in the case of fire. It is made of strong girting,
attached to which are steps at a regular distance. At
one end is a large box, lined with canvass, in which
persons who are sick or timid can be placed and low-
ered from any part of a building without the least dan-
ger or difficulty; at the other are iron hooks, which
can be fastened to the wall or window sill. When it
is thus letdown, it becomes a perfect ladder, on which
any one can descend with ease. It is made to fold up
in a very small compass. t na sox or chest in which
it is placed is fashioned after the form of an ottoman,
and is a handsome ornament to a room. jy 27
SELLING OFF.
A 1 design confining myself exclusively to the
Hosiery; Glove and Lace department of DRY
GOODS, I have determined to SELL OFF my stock
of STAPLE GOODS AT COST. They consist of
Blankets; Flannels; Bed Ticking; Calicoes; Enali'h
and French Merinoes; Canton Flannels; Table Didf..;
Napkins; Barnsley Sheeting; and all the articles usu-
ally found in a Retail Dry Goods Store.
Heads of families; charitable institutions and indivi-
duals, .,ill do well to call and see the Goods before
purchasing elsewhere. JOHN A, ROCHE,
ja 16 No. 52 Hanover street.
TIDE WVATR CANALAND FRANK LIN
BANK NOTES AT PAR.
T HE SUBSCRIBER wishing to reduce his
stock Dry Goods, will take the TIDE WATER
CANAL and FRANKLIN BANK NOTES at par.
My assortment is large, consisting in part of rich Sa-
tin MANTILLAS, French CASHMERE, Brocha,
Thibet and other SHAWLS, fig'd and plain SILKS,
Mouseline-de-Laines, CHINTZES, CALICOES,
Irish LINENS, DIAPERS, CLOTHS, Cassimeres,
VESTINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Linen Cambric
Hdkfs, Fancy Hdkis, SCARFS, &c. &c.
THOSE. CAMPER,
ja 9 No. 1351 Baltimore st.
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES.
T HE SUBSCRIBER has selected from the
different auction houses a choice assortment ot
super London Cloths and Cassimeres, such as wool
dyed Black, Invisible and Rifle Green, Dahlia, Claret,
London Brown, Olive, Steel and Cadet mixed; double
Milled Drab, Beaver, Pilot and Milled Cloths, suit-
able for over Coats; with a choice assortment of super-
fine Cassimeres all colors, with low priced Cassi-
meres and Cassinets suitable for children's wear.-
Also superior Double Milled Whitney, Rose and Ser-
vant's Blankets with a large as-ortmient of Domestic
Goods: such as Sheetings, Tickings, Osnaburgs and
Plaids all of which will be sold at low prices, and
Franklin Bank paper taken in payment.
N. B. As no deception will be practised at this
Store the most unskilful buyers may rest rest assured
of getting the worth of their money-any article not
found as represented, the money will be returned in
every instance. JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No. 57 Baltimore street,
ja 11 one door aoove Tripolet's alley.
1i*HOMAS McCONNELL, No. 113 Baltimore
1 street, offers for sale the following desirable
GOODS, viz:
CLOTHS.-Blue, black, brown, citron, invisible
green, mulberry, London smoke and cadet mixt; CAS-
SIMERES-Black, brown, dark grey and albian
mixt; SATINETTS; Tweeds; Kentucky Jeans: blue
black VELVETS; Silk and Merino VE'TINGS;
Silk and worsted Serge; Italian LUtITI(ING-, blue
black Bombazine; English and French MERINOS;
Irish Linen and Sheetings; Cotton and Silk HOSIE-
RY; plain and figured Swiss MUSLIN; plain and
hemstitched Linen Cambric HDKFS; worked Col-
lars; black Lace VEILS; Lasting. Satin snd Velvet
Buttons; gum elastic SL.,'PLN DLRt; ":8, 3, and 36
inch l'nt.,i-ih, bleached and unbleached Canton
FLANNELS, red, yellow, green and white Flannels;
Bath and Whitney BLANKETS; 4 4 Ticking; in-
l.und a large assortment of DOMESTICS.
N. B. Tide Water and Franklin Bank Notes taken
at par. ja 8


.. ........... jn I


SELLING OFF.
CARTER'S FASHIONABLE FURNISHING
STORE,
No. 107 Baltimore street.
J CARTER intending to change his present
0 line of business, will dispose of his stock ot
FANCY GOODS, wholesale or retail. They consist
in part of-
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS
Domestic and imported SILK SHIRTS
Scotch Yarn SHIRTS and DRAWERS
Double-breasted Merino SHIRTS
A large assortment of Merino Drawers
Fine Lambs Wool Shirts and (do
Cotton knit Shirts and Drawers
Very superior Buck Jackets andi Drawers
Merino and Cotton HALF HOSE
Fancy English Silk HOSIERY
Satin and Silk Dress SCARFS; Mohair & Merino do
Trimmed and Plain Satin STOCKS
Silk and Satin CRAVATS
Linen Cambric and Silk Pocket HHDKFS.
Gentlemen's DRESSING GOWNS
Fine Gum Elastic Suspenders
Fine French UMBRELLAS /
Paris Kid GLOVES, all colours. &c. &c.
Person wishing the above articles would do well to
call before purchasing elsewhere.
ja 15 31aw3w
J BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
STREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on accommodating terms, the following articles-
such as Gentlemen's super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double and Single barrel; V' ouir
do do, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PIE eIs LS;
a very full assortment Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish KnivesP(ock-
et Combs, Rogers, Stenton's, Anderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, Perry's, Windle's, Warin's, Attwood's,
Mitchell's, Chance's, Harwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannis's STEEL PENS-together with a large
and complete assortment of JEWELRY and FANCY
STATIONARY, with other articles too numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call and
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24


SAVINGS' BANK OF BALTIMORE.;
January 23, 1841. 5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tothe mem-
bers of the Corporation of the Savings' Bank of
Baltimore, that an election for twenty-five Directors
to manage the concerns of the said Bank for the eniu-
ing year, will be held at their office, on TUESDAY,
2d February next, from 12 to 1 o'clock.
J. GUSHING,
ja 25 6t PCSR President.
WESTERN BANK,
Baltimore, Jany. 5th, 1841. 5
NTOTICE is hereby given, that an election for
i eighteen Directors to manage the affairs of the
Bank for the ensuing twelve months will be held at
the Banking House on TUESDAY 9th Feby. next,
between the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock. By order
ja6 P TH, PHOENIX. Cash.
DIVIDEND
Office of the Philadelphia, Wilmingtovn and Baltimore
Rail Road Company.
WILMINGTON, January I11 h lb161.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the .tocktol.
ders of this Company, that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors held this day, a dividend of three
per cent, was declared on the Capital Stock of the Com-
pan5 lot mire la-l six iLonhli, piq able to the Slur kh.iid-
en. or tlhein gal reprenerntlive,. on and aler the SitL
...i T r-i7;1XT1,'i- irthre ce e1 ihe Couipan^y
In Pmm-ladelphi%, rlminnPIloI & Halliimore.
Aonl it ,as lurtner ordered trial his transfer books of
hf- Capital block be closed on be tirl 0o the hlteentn
of February, 1841, and the transfer books o01 ithe Loan,
redeemable in 1840, be closed on and alier Ihe 18l1h in-
stant, to the 1st ol February, 1841.
ja 15 dtl5thF J. WILSON WALLACE, Sec'y.
DIVIDEND.
NEW CASTLE k FRENCHTOWN TURNPIKE
AND RAIL ROAD COMPANY. *
T a meeting of the Board of Directors held on
the 14th inst. a dividend of three per cent was
declared on the capital Stock of this Company for the
ast six months, payable to the Stockholders or heir
legal representatives on or after the 16th day ol Ftb-
ruary next.
The transfer Books will be closed from the 1st to
the 16th day of February.
S. M. COUPER, Treasurer.
New Castle, Jan. 16, 1841. PR d2w
OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN INSU.
RANCE COMPANY OF BALTIMoRE.-
The stockholders are hereby notified, that run MON-
DAY, the 1st February, between the hours of 10 and
12 o'clock,an election Ior thirteen Directors to serve
for the ensuing year, will be held at the office of the
company. A.J. SCHWARIZE,
ja 18-eo4t P President.
ELECTION.
THE Stockholders of the Pennsylvania Dela-
ware and Maryland STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY, are hereby notified, that an Elecion
will take place at the Company's office Bowly's
wharf, Baltimore, on MONDAY lst February 1841,
between the hour- of 10 o'clock, A, MN. and 1 o'clock
P M. for NINE DIRECrou S to manage the ata si
ol the CurpordltOn for the ensumine twelve monfls
By oiler, T. SHEPPARD, Secrelary.
ja6 -o.tilIIF PR
%'A ILHES ANIj JEk% LLI L A'l lIA..
DUCED PRICES.
R& A. CAMIFBELL, No. 165 BALTI-
MORE S]'LEIi. Impornersol 0 '. 1CH E.4,
JEWELRY, &c. Iru' r-n iand an extlen-ive as-onr-
ment of LEVER WA 1 CHES in GOLD and. L'V ER
CASES from the matmulactonres Ot M5. J. TubisisL
Co., Robinson, L. H. Samuel & Co anl ol nhe-
Also FINEGO-LDJEWELR\ OFTHE NELVET
STYLES as FEIRONIAS, BRACl-'LE1 S, HE 1)
ORNAMENTS.ORNAMNEN-5 FOR TH IN.f K,
COUI.IEHS, BNEASIPINS, RINuS, CARD
CASES. Uc.; which with .-very deqcripnt(n of (,udi
in their ine they offer it RETAIL al very RIEDUCE.D
PRICES.
S FOR RENT-TWO ROOMS over the
StlIlSore; the rent will be moderate. Apply as
nl .above. ja 1 eodSt
PHYSICIANS
HO may have occasion to prescribe SARSAP-
ARILLA may depend upon the SYRUP and
FLUID EXTRACr prepared by
G. W. ANDREWS, Chemist,
ja 27 No. 3 Baltimore at. near theBridge.


A FORI LIVERPOOL-DIREcT.--The
M ship ALEXANDER, L.Leeds, master;--ome
eight freight can be taken if immediate application
be made. Apply to
ja22 d4t P ALEX. BROWN &SONS.
i FORL BtBEMEN-The coppered and cop-
per fastened Bremen barque VIRGINIA, J.
Kindot, master; will sail for the above port on the
1st February. For freight, of goods of small stow
age, or passengers, having fine accommodations, ap
ply to FR. RODEWALD & DIDIER,
ia 13 No. II Hanover st.
FOR BREMEN-Theine iast sailing
Aiecoppered and copper fastened Bremen ship
CASPAR, H. Spilcker, master; will be despatched lbr
the above port on the 1st February. For freight, of
small stowage, or passage apply to
A. SCHUMACHER & CO.
ja 25 d6t S. Charles street.
FOR BREMadN-Thei line last bailing
B coppered and copper fastened Bremenr ship
tLivlENTINE, H. Gesselmann,jnaster; will sail
for the above port on or before the 10th February.-
For freight, of small .-tWdge, or r." a a;pply to
A.SCtHUMACHEli &CO.
ja 25 S. Charles street.
f FOR RIO DE JAN tKIRO--(a regular
Trader)-The brig MONTEZUMA, Thomas
elly, now loading at Kerr's wharn, will sail next
week. For freight or passage, apply to
HUGH JENKINS,
ja 27 d Commerce at. wnharf.
a FOR HAVANA-With immediate des-
m patch-The fine coppered and copper fastened
schr. HOPE, White, master; burthen of 900 bbis.-
For freight or passage, having good accommodations.
Apply to LAMBERT GITTINGS,
Exciianae t-lae?.
03-The Hope will [commence loading immediately.
ja 27 61,
FOR KINGSTON, JAM.-The brig
i CICERO will sail for the above port in a few
uays. For freight or passage apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
ja 20 d6t 6 Spear's wharf.
_MB FOR BOSTON-Union & Despatch Line
M -The brig CHATHAM, Capt. Ryder; Aill
have despatch. For freight or passage apply on board
at Bowly's wharf, or to
ja 19 CLARK & KELLOGG.
FOB BOSTON-Regular tJomiuirciali
Line-The packet brig ALMENA, S. C.
owes, master, will have despatch tor Ireight or phs-
sage apply to Captain on board or to
THOS- R. MATTHEWS,
ja 25 6t P o 10 Bowly's wharf.
FOR BOSTON-Regular Liie-Tie
a packet brig VICTOR, Whipple, master, will
have despatch. For freight apply to
jas 26 J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's whf.
M S FOR NORFOLK- .. -.,,i S ..,
30th inst.-The fine schr. ('01.1. M B3'%, 1 tins.
VMaIlitt, master; will receive freight on Monday, and
sail as above. Apply to the Captain on board, or to
BENJ'N. F. OVEN,
isja 25 tS30th Patterson at. wharf.
M FOR NEW WORK-Despatch Line-
The regular packet schr. HUDSON, Cooley,
master; will sail with .despatch. For freight or pas-
sage apply to THOS. WHITRIDGE,
ja 19 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
SFOR FRIBGHIT OR CHARTER t-
The brig HIAIDEE, Flituer, master; burthen
1200 to 1300 barrels.
M ALSO-The schr. WILLIAM ALLEN,Ry-
der, master; about 850 bbls burthen. Apply
to THOSE. WHITBIDGE,
isja 19 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
SFOR FREIGHT OK CHARTER-
i The brig ELIZABETH, Staples,master; stows
1300 bbls.
( And the new fast sailingschr. GOVERNOR
I FRANCIS,, stows 700 bbls. Apply to
ja 19 JOHN P. ADAMS. 7 Bowly's wharf.
af FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The fine A. 1 ship CHEROKEE, Capt. Sim-
mons, burthen about 6000 bbls.
SThe brig MARGARET, Capt. Smith, bur-
then about 3200 bbls.
The brig ALCENUS, Capt. Skolfield, bur.-
Jm then about 1700 bbls. For terms appty to
ja i7 CLARK & KELI.OGG.
j Ok OU FtREIGHT Ott CIAWTER-
The scbr. JOSHUA BROWN, Capt. Wil-
liams, burthen about 900 bbls.
At The schr. ECHO, Capt. McFales, burthen
about 1000 bbls.
_2M The schr. HERALD, Capt. Crockett, bur-
WJjthen about 1000 bbls. For terms apply to
i a 27 CLARK b& KELLOGG
_" FOR FREIGHT OR CIIlATl'tlk-
The schr. SUPERIOR, Capt. Seeley; a good
vessel 3 years old and stows about 600 bbls. Apply
to J. W. OSBORN,
ja 27 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
a FOR FREIGHT OR CiARTKH-
l iThe good schr. BEilRY, r apt. Howes; bur-
then about 800 bbls. For terms apply to
THOMAS PEIRCE,
jais 23 No. 9 Bowly's whlf.
jS FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The coppered andcopper fastened schr. PAN-
TALOON, Captain Webster; 650 bbis. burthen.
ja 26 d4t THOS. HOOPER, 5 Spear's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT-OR CHARTER-
m The fine schooner FAWN, Capt. Washburn;
stows about 800 barrels. Apply to
WELD & JENKS,
ja 26 P 8 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGHTi Ol ('CHAKl't-dt-
A The achr. CHIEF, Cap!. l...rr .,..i, i%%l ,,k'.
an Eastern freight, carries about i'. t l. 1. .4.0
bushels. Apply to W.RHOADS,
ja26 d3t P 61 Smith's wharf.
FOK FREIGHT Oit CHiARt'ER-
The good schr. FRANCES TRYON, Capt.
Noriis; about 5000 bushels burthen-would take a
Northern freight. Apply to
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
ja26 1 Bowly's wharf.
A& FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
S iThe schr..EUOTAS, Snow, master; a first
class vessel; stows about 800 bbls. Apply to
J. W. OSBORN,
ja 26 P 82 Bowly's whf.
NOTICE.
LL persons indebted to the late firms of BALTZ-
ELL& PAYNE, BALTZELL,PAYNE& CO.
and BALTZELL & MOORE, are notified to make
payment to Mess. J. & C. Baltzell. who are duly au-
thorised to receive the same, and by whom the uebts
and liabilities of said firms will be liquidated upon pre-
sentation. ALEX. BALIZELL,
Surviving Partner of the above firm,
Baltimore, J au'y. 25th, 1841. ja 28
REMOVAL.-The Books of Baltzell & Payne,
Baltzell, Payne & Co., and Ballzell & Moore,
have been removed to the counting house el Mess.
J. &. C. Baltzell, where persons having business with
either firm will please call.
Baltimore, Jan'p. 25, 1841. 4ta P* ja 26


I" TfO,











AMERICAN.
BALTIMORE.

FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1841.
PubUshed every morning at No. 2 South Ga
Street, by DOBBIN, MURPHY & BOSE,
Tiaxs-Dally paper eight dollars per annum, payable half
yearly. Country papers five dollars per annum,payable in
advance, unless the subscripltion is guaranteed in the city.
All new advertisements appearing both papers. Singlepa-
pers 6 1-4 cents.

RETALIATORY DUTIES.-The question of re-
taliatory duties to countervail the onerous restrictions
impop 4 in foreign countries upon American tobacco,
b- e, for the first time this session, to some
Sthe Senate of the United States. That
7N should oppose the policy is quite na-
tt. ;s equally natural that he should indicate
no L by which the relief sought for to Ame-
rican ay be obtained. The Senator from South
Carolit. carried his peculiar style of argument a
little bey, mere opposition to the policy; he has
informed th. who maintain the other side that they
know nothing bout the matter, including both Sena-
tor and constituent in this blissful condition of igno-
rance. This is no doubt very convincing, and if a
man argued only to persuade himself be could hardly
ftll upon a more convenient method of arriving at a
summary conclusion.
But the distinguished Senator from South Carolina
has omitted to use his strongest bolt of logic-which
is to assure the Senate and through them the whole
country that if such and such measures are adopted
the Government will come to an end. Perhaps he re-
tains this in reserve until the Report shall come from
the Committee with a regular bill. It would have
been wasteful to bring up big artillery for a mere
skirmish.
Mr. CALHOUN affirms that in France the Tobacco
trade is regarded entirely as a question of revenue,
and that therefore retaliatory duties on our part will
be utterly unavailing in the way of lessening French
restrictions. It is no doubt certain that every foreign
nation which lays restrictions upon our products has
some reason for so doing which in its estimation is
sound and sufficient. Revenue will do as well as any
other. But if France has her interests to legislate for
we have ours. The fact that unequal conditions of
'trade exist between us, and that the want of reci-
procity lies on her side, should be sufficient to decide
the course of this Government. It is no concern of
ours that France wants so many millions of revenue.
But it does become a matter of concern to us when
we find that our commodities are inordinately taxed
to supply her with revenue.
If the French Government shall ascertain that in or-
der to draw a certain sum into its Treasury from the
importations of American tobacco it will be necessa..
ry to submit to restrictions upon its exported silks
and wines, the question will then assume a different
aspect from the one it now wears. It will become a
matter of calculation; and perhaps it may be found
by the ministers of Louis Phillippe that there are some
other sources of revenue which may be drawn upon
more largely than heretofore, so as to admit of a reduc-
tion of the regis.
The principle of reciprocity in trade isanot a new
one in this country; nor is it likely that the govern-
ment will come to an end if it should again become
the principle of our intercourse with foreign nations.
If we are to forbear the application of it because it
might interfere with the revenues of other countries,
or because it would act adversely against their restric-
tions established for revenue, or for any other pur-
pose, we should display a solicitude for which foreign-
ers might be grateful, but which American citizens
would not be disposed to sympathise with. It would be
well for Mr. CALHOVN to recollect that there are other
States in this Union besides South Carolina, and that
cotton is not the only article produced in this country.
If he would bear these two facts in mind he would
probably in a short time become astonished at the ex-
pansion of his legislative capacity; and it might follow
that he would perceive what seems now hidden from
his view-that there are some things which other men
understand as well as himself.
Unless above himself he can
Erect himself, how poor a thing is man !"
The maxim-for it is one-may be applied to states-
men. It is not in the power of any man's ability to
bring within the sphere of his peculiar notions the
multitudes of free minds that cherish and that will
vindicate the rightof thinking for themselves in such
a country as this. The statesman who would exer-
cise control over opinion must identify himself with
great principles which look to the welfare of the whole
Republic, and he must show a mind capacious and li-
beral enough to grasp such principles fully, frankly,
and with a magnanimous spirit.

AMERICAN WATER ROTTED HEMP.-A
resolution moved by Mr. BENTON passed the Senate
some time ago, calling on the Navy Department for
information whether any experiments had been made
or authorised to ascertain the fitness of American wa-
ter-rotted hemp for the use of the Navy, and for other
information pertaining to the subject. Mr. PAULD-
ING, in his reply, which is published in the Globe of
Wednesday, states that a contract was entered into
with Mr. David Myerle, in March last, for two hun-
dred tons of American water. rotted hemp, portions of
which have been delivered. Several samples of this
hemp have been tested, by direction of the Depart-
ment, at the rope walk in Charlestown, Massachu-
setts, and the result is declared to be highly satisfac-
tory. One of the samples it is stated proved much
stronger than the best Riga hemp imported expressly
for the use of the Navy, while the others were little
inferior.
It is the opinion of the Department from the expe-
riments made that the quality of American water rot'
ted hemp is fully equal to that of any imported hemp
whatever; and that with proper encouragement and
due care, a sufficient quantity may be produced not
only to supply the navy, but also the merchant ves-
sels of the United States to the fullest extent ot their
requirements.
A small duty upon imported hemp would have the
effect, although the Secretary does not suggest it, of
bringing the American product into successful culti-
vation. The fertile lands of Kentucky and other Wes-
tern States will yield abundant quantities of as good
hemp, we presume, as can be procured in any quar-
ter of the world. It is already cultivated to a consi-
derable extent, and it might be carried to any degree
desirable.
We noticed a few days ago the prosecutions which
had been brought against the British prize master
who had in charge the brig Tigris of Salem, seized
by a British cruiser on the coast of Africa on suspi-
cion of being engaged in the slave trade. It is be-


lived that this charge is often used as a pretext by
British vessels on the African coast to interfere with
our commerce there, and to throw such embarrass-
ments in its way as will in the end, if not stopped,
-d destroy it altogether. Bat whebtrthI_ bhi teb- ob-
ject or not, the right of search and seizure thus ex-
ercised by England is one not authorized by the law of
nations.
The New York Commercial in connection with
the case of the Tigris refers to a decision in the En-
glish Court of Admiralty in the great case of Le Lou-
is, a French vessel. She was taken on the coast of
Africa, carried to Sierra Leone, and there condemn-
ed a a slaver. On appeal to the English Court of Ad-
miralty, it was decided by Sir William Scott, after
solemn argument, that right of visitation and search,
on the high seas, did not exist in time of peace. The
slave trade though unjust was not piracy by the uni-
versal laws of nations. No one nation had the right
to force the way to the liberation of Africa by tramp.
ling on the independence of ether states, or to press
forward to a great principle by breaking through oth-
er great principles that stood in the way. The con-
demnation ofLe Louis at Sierra Leone was therefore
reversed.
The United States have never conceded the right
ofsearch-so that the entire reasoning of the En-
glish judge applies to prove the conduct of the Bri-
tish cruiser in the case of the Tigris to be illegal.

A fire broke out in the currier's shop of Messrs.
Raborg & Shaffner, Main street, St. Louis, on the
Night of Saturday the 16th instant, which raged with
such fury in consequence of the combustible nature
of the materials, that the whole establishment with its
contents AWas entirely consumed. The flames ex-
tended to the adjoining house, being the saddle shop
of Mr. Richard Warren, which was also destroyed
With the greater part of the contents, when the fire
was subdued. The loss to Messrs. Raborg & Shbff-
ner is about $15,000; Mr. Warren's loss was not as-
certained. There was no insurance.

The New Bi'unwick (N. J.) Fredonian says-That
the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of New Bruns-
wick, has finally suspended payment; and its doors
were closed on the 23d inst. by injunction from the
Chancellor. Receivers are expected to be appointed
this day. The Directors are of opinion, we under-
stand, that the assets of the Bank are sufficient to
meet its circulation, which is near 90,000 dollars. The
Bank owes little or nothing to depositors.
The Tariff.-Resolutions have been introduced into
the Legislature of Michigan, in favor of a protective
Tariff, and passed.


VERT LATE FROM TIE PACIFIC.
The schooner Coquette, Gait, arrived at this port
yesterday in the very short passage of 69 days from
the port of Islay, in Peru, near Arica. The Re-
public of Bolivia was in a very disturbed state,and the
opinion was very general that a revolution would
break out shortly. In expectation of the event, the
Peruvians were about to declare war against Bolivia,
and were concentrating their forces, preparatory to
joining one of the revolting parties in the latter.
We have been politely favored with the following
extract of a letter brought by the Coquette:-
ISLAT, Nov. 13, 1840.
We have rumors of a war between Bolivia and Pe"
ru, and the event is weekly expected to take place. I
have seen letters from the capital of Peru, in which
Bolivia is threatened with invasion, and I find there is
much dissatisfaction among the higher orders of peo-
pie in Bolivia, opposed to the present Administration
of the Government.
Those who have large interests in that province fear
a revolution will soon take place, and the Peruvians
are ready to join one party or the other, which will in-
volve fearful consequences.

LATER FROM CHINA.
We learn from the Philadelphia North American,
that the ship Moctezuma arrived on Tuesday at the
Breakwater, (Cape Henlopen), from Manilla, whence
she sailed Sept. 1, bringing intelligence from Macao
to about the middle of August. The news from China,
which is obtained orally from Mr. Foster, of Philadel-
phia, who came in the above mentioned vessel,is war-
like. The commissioner Lin is stated to have remark-
ed that although the British might destroy the towns
on the sea-coast, as he expected they would, their
cannon being superior, should they attempt to pene-
trate the interior, they would meet their destruction.
The Chinese are hostile and confident.
Mr. Stanton, an English missionary residing at Ma-
cao, had been seized while bathing, and hurried to
Canton by Chinese who were desirous of obtaining a
reward from the government for the capture. The
English demanded his release, which being refused,
they attacked the forts just above Macao, and bat-
tered them down, destroying about seventy Chinese.
The forts at the Bogue, or Bocca Tigris, were yet
untouched; the reason is believed to be that the En-
glish consider them too formidable. These forts con-
tain two hundred cannon mounted.
The troops expected from India had failed to arrive
in such numbers as was anticipated. The commissa-
ries at Singapore had disposed ot the stores of provis-
ion collected for the India troops. The troops now
in China number about 4,500. The general impres-
sion was that the British forces were insufficient to
make decisive movements and that the war would be
protracted. The capture of Chusan was regarded as
a trifling achievement. The British pushed no far-
ther.
An attempt had been made at Macao to seize two
British officers in the street by throwing chains round
their necks: the officers, however, drew their swords
and made good their defence. It is said that the Chi-
nese are continually prowling about Macao for the
sake of seizing Englishmen and obtaining the reward
for such seizure.
No vessels or boats were allowed to pass between
Macao and Whampoa or Canton except boats car-
rying provisions, which pass through the inner chan-
nel.
The only Americans still at Canton were Messrs.
Shillaber and Coolidge, who had been allowed to re-
main, in compliance with earnest solicitations, but
were advised to confine themselves within the facto-
ries, and had not ventured out for ten days.
The crew of the American vessel Panama (and if
we mistake not of the Kosciuskco also) had deserted,
and it was supposed that they had been employed by
the Chinese TO MAN THE Boo.E FORTS !
The British had found it impossible to transmit to
the Emperor any proposals, as the Chinese would not
carry them.
Trade was considered at an end. No teas were ex-
pected to be brought to Canton from the interior this
season. The markets of Manilla and Singapore were
bare of Chinese article.
The teas intended to be brought by the Valparaiso,
(belonging to Philadelphia) had been sold, and the ves-
sel was to bring a cargo of hemp &c. from Manilla.
The other American vessels were to leave without
cargoes of Canton goods.
The ship Adelaide,for Philadelphia was tosailthe day
after the Moctezuma. The Merchant and Washing-
ton were to sail for the United States in about a month.
The American vessels at Whampoa, Aug.4, were
the Kosciuskco and Panama.
We have been favored by a friend who arrived in
the Moctezuma, with the following letter from Ma-
cao:
August 1st. In addition to what I wrote you last
night, we learn to-day that the "Blonde"' and "Mel-
ville" stopped at Amoy, where a boat with a flag of
truce was sent ashore, with a commnuication from
Lord Palmeraton for the Imperial Government, which
the mandarins refused to receive. The boat was sent
again the following morning, and the despatches were
again refused, and the boat on putting off shore was
fired into, and the party narrowly escaped with their
lives. The "Blonde" then hauled in, and attacking
the forts, destroyed them, after an hour and a hall's
firing. From there, the"M." and "B." proceeded to
Ningpo,where the unfortunate communication of Lord
P. met with no better success; in consequence of
which a blockade is to be established from Ningpo to
the river Nantsikeang, within which compass the city
of Nankin is situated.
The Admiral was to proceed to the Gulf of Pech-
eelee, in the vicinity of Pekin, to try what better for-
tune may await him there in endeavoring to open a
correspondence with the Emperor; failing which, it is
thought that a blockade of all the principal places on
the coast will be established, and that further orders
from India or from England must be received before
more can be attempted. I am afraid that the English
will find more opposition than was expected, and that
nothing of importance towards an adjustment of our
troubles will be brought about this season. So far as
the tea markets at home are concerned,it will be a good
thing; which is the only good feature in the whole bu-
siness.
August 7th. There is a great deal of excitement
here in consequence of the sudden disappearance of
Mr. Staunton, one of the English missionaries. It is
supposed that he has been carried off by the Chinese.
A search is on foot, and should it prove so, we have
no doubt that Capt. Smith will take most active and
effective measures. The chances are, that we shall
have some bruising.
A trifling trade which has still been kept up by the
inner passage," is now interdicted by the Viceroy.

Our townsman,JoHN P. KxENNEDY, Esq. is to deli-
ver a lecture this evening in Philadelphia, before the
Mercantile Library Company.

A National Literature--Would that those who
dilate on this topic would inform us precisely what
they mean. Our writers have described Niagara falls,
written biographies of Indian chiefs, and composed
lyrics in which the word tomahawk is used; and yet
some are mourning that we have no national litera-
ture. Milton did much, as we always supposed, to
raise the national literature of England, but his Para-
dise Lost treats neither of huge oaks or Druids, roast


-beef or coal mines, but of things ancient and distant.
What part of English poetry belongs to the national
literature of England ?-Philad. North IAmer.
If a Frenchman or a German had undertaken a Pa-
radise Lost, upon the plan of Milton's work, the re-
sult would have shown by contrast something of the
nature of that peculiar element which constitutes a
'literature national. A man of genius imbued with the
spirit of the age as it prevails in the nation to which
he belongs, and having grown up under influences de-
rived from the laws, customs and social observances
of his native country, may exercise his powers upon
any subject-yet the work which he shall produce
must bear upon its aspect the characteristics of na-
tionality. The texture ot the whole, the modes of
thought, feeling, and association, which enter into the
inmost of the work,-in a word its spirit,-will be
English or French or German, as the case may be,
though its particular subject may lie as far back as the
flood, or as remote as Nova Zembla. This, however,
pre-supposes an old country.
The complaint in this country that we have no na-
tional literature is not to be removed by a series of
Indian tales, or stories of border warfare, or of Revo-
lutionary events-nor by poems upon Niagara nor
versified descriptions of the Praries. On all these
subjects our authors, for the most part, write after the
exact fashion of the British authors that happen to be
most in vogue at the time. Our American genius,
powerful and decided in political matters, and in the
inventive arts, has not yet been evolved in the most
elevated regions of poetry and philosophy. We have
literary men of ability-and they, we presume, are
the very ones to feel most sensibly that in national
literature we are almost wholly deficient. An inter-
national copy-right law must be the first step towards
literary independence in this country.

Railway Talking Machine.-A late English Journal
in referring to the London and Blackwall railroad,
mentions a "talking machine" constructed with gal-
vanic wires, by means of which conversation could
be carried on between London and Blackwall with the
greatest ease and precision. By way of illustrating
the efficiency of this talking machine Mr. Stephen-
son said that he went to the station in London one
day to inquire for one of his assistants. He was not
there, but the attendant said he that he would inquiie
if be was at the other end of the line; he did so; in a
few seconds the answer was that he was not there.-
But about five minutes afterwards the talking machine
informed him in London that his assistant had arrived
at the Blackwall terminus; upon which he instructed
the attendant to say by the same agency, "Tell him
to come here directly." It ten minutes from that
time he arrived, the distance being nearly seven
miles. If the distance were 100 miles the conversa-
tion could be carried on just as readily, for the com-
munication travelled at the rate of 20 miles a second.
V.V. .YsM.


Tweftty Sixth Cegress.
SECOND SESSION.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
Correspondence of the American.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28th.
UNITED STATES SENATE.
The galleries and lobbies were thronged this morn-
ing,-Mr. Clay intending to speak after Mr. Wright
closed his remarks.
Mr. SMITH of Ind. introduced the joint resolu-
tions of the Legislature of Indiana, instructing their
Senators to vote for the repeal of the Sub-Treasury
Bill.
Mr. Smith commended the resolution to the consi-
deration of the Senate, 'and assured his constituents
that he needed no request or instruction to per form an
act so grateful to himself. The resolutions were laid
upon the table with an order to print.
Mr. PIERCE asked leave to introduce a resolution
upon the subject of the Post Office Department. Mr.
P. complained of the present rates of postage and es-
pecially of the fractional parts of the rate,-the quar-
ter of cent and half cent rate of postage. The sub-
ject off ranking was also alluded to, and a great many
other matters relevant and irrelevant. Some good re-
marks were made, however, in reference to newspa-
per postage-the end of which was that newspapers
sent more than 30 miles from the place of publication
should go tree from postage. A resolution authoris-
ing the committee on Post Offices and Post Roads
to inquiry e into the expediency of adopting such a
measure was asked.
Mr. CLAY of Ala. presented the resolution of the
State of Alabamaupon the subject of fugitives from
justice. The resolutions were read and laid upon the
table.
BANKRUPT LAW.
Mr. TALLMADGE presented a large number of
memorials,-one of them trom the Law Reform Asso-
ciation of New York,-in behalf of a General Bank-
rupt Law.
Mr. ALLEN presented a memorial from Ohio for
the same object.
Mr. BENTON from citizens of Missouri for the
same object.
COPY RIGHT LAW.
Mr. PRESTON reported a bill securing to Drama-
tic Authors the protection of their own works.
Mr. CLAY of Ky. said that he had upon several
occasions asked the attention of the Senate to a bill
more extended, and designed to secure American au-
thors in the copyright of their own works, and all au"
thors. At the next session of Congress, if he should
have a seat in it, he would bring forward a general
bill embracing every class ofauthors.
The present bill was referred to the committee on
the Judiciary.
PRE-EMPTION BILL.
Mr. WRIGHT, after the special order of the day
was called continued his remarks upon the subject of
Distribution. Mr. Wright's strong reliance against
the Distribution principle was that the Revenue from
Lands was in the same condition as the Revenue from
customs, and that both equally belonged to the Feder-
al Government as a common fund for its benefit in-
stead ofa trust fund for the benefit of the States of
the Federal Union, severally and respectively. The
surrender to the Government byVirginia and the States
under the Confederacy was complete and undoubted,
and being so there could not be a Distribution of the
proceeds from the sales of the Public Domain to the
respective States.
If Distribution was allowed, it could only be grant-
ed to the ceding States, and not to those who. made no
cession. No Distribution could be allowed in justice
until the Land sales had yielded the Treasury an a-
mount equal to the expense. The expense of Indian
treaties-the extinguishment of Indian titles-the ex-
pense of Indian wars-,all should be included, before
the principle of Distribution was allowed. The ope-
rationofthe Distribution Bill, Mr. Wright also com-
plained of. It would force the General Government
into a tax levying power. The States would become
a recipient of our bounty, and would lose their inde-
pendence. Consolidation would become the conse-
quence,and our splendid StateaInstitutions would lose
their dignity and their independence.
The last position was in reference to the duty of
Congress growing out ofthe indebtedness ofthe States.
It was not wise to aid the States in paying their
debts. Let the States take care of themselves and
their debts.
Mr. CLAY of Ky. followed in reply at two o'clock.
With the measure of distributing the proceeds from
the sales of Public Lands, Mr. Clay said he intended
to have remained silent, because of the wretched con-
dition of the public Treasury. The proposition was
made by hi colleague. I shall vote for it, and for the
reason which at once meets all the objections of the
Senator from New York. It will not gb into opera-
tion until the first of January, and in the interim the
deficit may be supplied by taxing articles of luxury.
Honor and good faith would prompt a just admi-
nistration going out ofpowerto supply the deficiency
in the Treasury and leave the Government in a con-
dition to be administered and well administered for
the year upon which we have entered. My worst
fears are to be realized, said Mr. Clay. I had hoped
there would be no denunciation, no recrimination of
the new administration, but we have both, and in
advance the new administration is attacked. The
Senator from New York says that the distribution
question has been forced upon the Senate. How for-
ced? Withdraw your pre-emption bill, an] my life
upon it my colleague will withdraw his amendment.
The Senator from New York, said Mr. Clay, I had
thought was the guardian of the poor, but how does
he treat the proposition to tax articles used by the
rich? The deficit in the trade proper between France
and her dependencies and the United States was from
14 to 17 millions of dollars. The $5,000,000 we re-
ceived from France went back in the very gold in
which it was sent over. And yet the so called friends
of the poor were against taxing the rich.
Mr. CLAY spoke of the Compromise, concerning
which, as he said, the Sena tor from South Carolina
had preserved a most portentous silence. Gentlemen
told us that there was to be no tax upon articles of
luxury, when one half of the residue of duties would
be taken from customs under the Compromise Act
during the present year. If Senators are ready for
peace and harmony en the other side of the Senate,
we are ready for peace and harmony. If you are for
war, come on Macduff. We are ready for p eace or
war.
Mr. CLAY next met the argument of the Senator
from New York, in opposition to Distribution. The
land power and the taxing power were not, as the
Senator said, identical. I hold, said Mr. Clay, to the
doctrine of '98 in regard to the Constitution-"the
laying of taxes and the general welfare"-provisions,
he admitted, never intended to favor distribution'
This was clear and unequivocal.


The power of Distribution was in that clause ofthe
Constitution which gave Congress power over the
United States' territory, and other property belonging
to the government. This provision was distinct from
the taxing power of the country. There was no pro-
vision which opposed the plan of distribution. There
was none which said that the receipts from land sales
should be placed in the Treasury.
Mr. Clay said he should show, from the President
down to the Senator from New York, that the friends
of the present administration were averse to revenue
from lanids;but first he should say something of tbe ori-
gin ofthe land bill. The measure was thrust upon him
in order to embarrass him. He was placed on the
committee of manufactures, and contrary to all par-
liamentary usage, he was compelled to consider the
subject. A bill was reported in favour of Distribu-
tion. It passed both houses of Congress, and would
have been the law of the land if it had been ve-
toed, as it would have been if General Jackson had
returned it to Congress.
General Jackson's Message of 1832 said directly,
that the time had come when revenue trom the sale of
lands should cease. In the next year's message,-
and an ominous message it was,-a different policy
was broached. Reports of Administration Senators
were read, showing that customs and lands were to be
relied upon for the support of the government. Doc-
uments were read to prove this, beginning with the
message of 1832, and coming down to Mr. Calhoun's
bill, proposing to cede away the lands to the new
States.
Reports from Senators, friends to Jackson, were
read all along down to the time that Gen. Jackson
changed his policy in regard to the lands. Mr. Kane,
of Illinois, a Senator from Missouri (Mr. Benton)
were quoted to prove this-both of those, as friends of
the Administration of General Jackson, declared that
there should be no revenue from lands, but that the
customs should be relied upon for the support of the
General Government. The Senator from New York
did not escape, for although that Senator had not com-
mitted himself by argument, he had done so by his
Report to the present Congress in favorof Graduation.
The Cession principle of Mr. Calhoun was next
considered and opposed for reasons of inequality and
injustice. It was shewn too that there was no prin-
ciple which would operate in favor of giving away 35
per cent. that did not operate in favor of giving away
50 per cent. and 100 per cent. Cession was no more
than Distribution; and again if the nine new States
had the 169 millions of acres of land within their geo-


graphical line, the States to be admitted into t0e
Union would necessarily have to be treated in Whe same
way. The monstrous inequality of Cession was
pointed out at length andt illustrated briefly in the
case of Ohio.
Mr. ALLEN was called up during this discussion,
and disavowed bis friendship for Cession, except as in
reference to Distribution.
Mr. CLAY did not spare Mr. Allen for this confes-
sion, but following out his remarks, he showed that if
the Senator from Ohio preferred Cession to Distribu-
tion, he cared very little for the interests of his State.
Ohio got nothing in the one case, and every thing in
the other.
Mr. Clay continued until half past three, when he
said he had but got into the threshold of the subject.
An adjournment was moved, and the remainder of
the speech will come to-morrow. It promises to be
the crowning effort of all his speeches, and the argu-
ment no man can answer.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
TREASURY NOTE BILL.
The House, after an in effectual attempt to proceed
to some morning business, went into Committee of
the whole on the State ol the Union.
Mr. DUNCAN of Ohio desired to prolong the quar-
rel between himself and Mr. Johnson of Md., and
chose to apply epithets to him which others, two
years since, applied to Mr. Duncan upon the floor of
Congress.
Mr. JOHNSON was not disposed to continue a
controversy with such a member, and said so by dis.
posing of him with the remark that he had beer
twice branded as a coward.
Mr. WISE, of Va. then continued his remarks upon
the condition of the Treasury.

WIaryland Legislature.
Correspondence of the American.
ANNAPOLIS, January 28th, 1841.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
On motion of Mr. Tack, it was ordered that the
committee on Ways and Means be discharged trom the
further consideration of the memorials referred to
them in relation to licenses to Hawkers and Pedlars,
and that they be referred to the committee on Griev-
ances and Courts of Justice.
Mr. Thayer presented the memorial of sundry
citizens ofAllegany County, praying that a law may
be passed authorising the Banks of the State to issue
one, two and three dollar notes. Referred to the
Committee on Ways and Means.
Mr. Poultney presented a petition from the Com-
missioners of Baltimore County, praying the passage
of an act regulating the joint property of the City and
County of Baltimore. Referred to a select commit-
tee, viz. Messrs. Pouluney, Holmes, Orrick, Graves
and Gallagher.
On motion of Mr. Nichols, the committee, to whom
was referred the memorial of the President and Visi-
ters of the Maryland Hospital, were instructed to pro-
ceed to Baltimore to visit ant examine that institu-
tion.
On motion of Mr. Bowie, it was ordered, that the
committee on Ways and M means be instructed to in-
quire into the expediency of imposing a tax on the
Clerks and Registers and all other public officers in
this State who are paid by fees of office. or commis-
sions.
On motion of Mr. Bowie, the report submitted by
him from the committee on Ways and Means on the
23d inst. was made the order ofthe day for the 4th of
Feb'y.
The bill repertedby Mr. Brent to give jurisdiction
to Justices of the Peace, in cases of the violation of
the license law by hawkers and pedlars and for other
purposes, was taken up for consideration and on mo-
tion of Mr. Tuck, was recommitted.
The bill reported by Mr. Tuck for the better se-
curity of the property of infants, was taken up for
consideration, and passed.
The bill from the Senate, to give the Chancellor
and County Courts as Courts ofequity jurisdiction in
cases of divorce, was made the order of the day for
the 3d of February.
The bill from the Senate, entitled an act declara-
tory of the law authorising the closing of judgments
in the several County Courts of this State, and the
amendment reported thereto from the committee on
grievances and courts of justice, was read as amended
and passed.
The bill reported by Mr. Tuck, to define the time
within which the official bonds of clerks and registers
shall be renewed; also a bill to divorce Frances Smith
of Baltimore a mensa et thoro, were severally passed,
The order of the day, the bill reported by Mr. Fcre-
man, entitled an act to repeal certain parts of an act,
relating to charges for transportation upon the Balti-
mnore and Ohio Rail Road, was taken up. The ques-
tion before the House was the amendment offered by
Mr. Legrand on 26th inst. as an additional section to
the bill. The vote being taken upon the amendment,
it was determined in the negative by a large majority.
Another motion was then made to amend, which
excited considerable debate, and was still pending
wh.'n I closed my letter.
SENATE.
Leave was granted to report a bill to prevent the
exaction of oppressive wharfage in Baltimore.
ANNAPOLIS, Jan. 27,1841.
STATE APPOINTMENTS.
The following appointments by the Governor were
confirmed to-day by the Senate :
James Murray, Secretary of State.
DavidRidgely, State Librarian.
Julius T. Ducatel, State Geologist.
John H. Alexander, Topographical Engineer.
Thgmas Karney, Examiner General of the Western
Shore,
John S. Gittings, Commissioner of Loans.
Aaron Duvall, Armorer at the City of Annapolis.
Insolvent Commissioners.--Henry Stump, Richard
Frisby. Edward Palmer.
Jacob Bean, Inspector General of Flour.
David Rickets, John Witmer, of Jno., Henry J.
Williams, to be Assistant Inspectors ot Flour in Bal-
timore.
Leonard Kernan and Alexander Dayhuff, Inspec-
tors of Sole Leather.
Nathaniel B. Keene, Inspector of Green Hides and
Skins in the City of Baltimore.
John McPherson, Luther Ratcliffl, DanielHoover,
Dinwood H. Barrow, Win. Roney, Emanuel Stans.
bury, to be Gaugers of casks and inspector of Domes-
tic distilled spirits in the City of Baltimore.
James Coale, State Wharfinger in Baltimore.
John Dutton and Win. W. AmosInspectors of Lime
in Baltimore.
Michael Lamb, Inspector of Plaster of Paris, in Balt.
Daniel Orrick, Inspector of Ground Black Oak Bark
In Baltimore.
Peter Storm, Inspector of Hay and Straw for the
Eastern Scales in Baltimore.
John Burke, Inspector of Hay and Straw for the
Western Scales in Baltimore.
Auctioneers.-Robert Lemmon, Samuel Hoffman,
Robert A. Taylor, William G. Harrson, Nicholas W.
Goldsborough, Hugh Dowling, Anthony Whitely,Jno.
H. Naff, Columbus, E. Cook, Henry W. Bool, John I.
Gross, Win. H. Robinson, Samuel H. Gover. John
Whitbeck, James S. Waver, Henry Beekly, John R.
Wright.
William Houlton, Warden of the Penitentiary.
Jacob White, Purveyor of do.
H. R. Lauderman and Samuel W. Gosnell, Direc-
tors of the Penitentiary.


Chas. Howard, Win. R. Stuart and Franklin An-
derson, Managers for.removing tree people ofcolor.
Nicholas Kelley, Weigher of Live Stock.-Pat.

CITY COUNCIL.
In First Branch, January 28th, 1841.
Mr. Dryden presented the petition of William Nor-
ris, agent for Mary Ann Norris of Philadelphia, ask
ing to be refunded certain City Taxes over paid.
Mr. Pinkney,from the committee on claims, made
an unfavorable report and resolution relative to the
petition ofR. B. Varden. Read and laid upon the ta-
ble. Also a favorable report and resolution on the
petition of Wells R. Hall, relative to City Taxes.
Read and sent to the Second Branch, and there con-
curred in.
A communication was received from the Register
covering various resolutions referred from the last ses-
sion. Read and referred to the appropriate commit-
tees.
The petition of Solomon W. Wilson asking for ex-
tra pay for services rendered as Clerk to the Hollins
Street market, was referred to the committee on mai"
kets.
A communication was received from the Second
Branch concurring in the resolution of this Branch
relative to the claims of Mr. McLean and others.
A communication was received from the Mayor
covering the letter of Henry White, wno declines
serving as a School Commissioner-adjourned.

APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT,
By and with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Francis J. Dunn, to be Secretary it and tfr the
Territory of Wisconsin.
Nathaniel Garrow, to be Marshal for the northern
district of New York. (Re-appointed.)
G. A. Bryant, Register at the Land Office, at Ope-
lousas, La. vice Cesaire Delahoussaye, who has de-
clined the appointment.
Fire at Brooklyn.-About half past one this morn-
ing, a fire broke out in the Floor Cloth Factory, cor-
ner of Smith and Livingston streets, Brooklyn, owned
by Mr. John Manley, which was,' with its contents,
entirely consumed. Owing to the scarcity of water
in the vicinity, the fire communicated to a dwelling
house, owned by Mr. Alexander Burbeck, and also a
stable owned by Mr. John English, which were
entirely destroyed,-N. Y. Jour. Corn.
Railroad Disaster.-We learn from the'Harford Re-
view,that Mr. John A. Hern who miraculously es-
caped death by the railroad disaster at Springfield,
Mass., was last week crushedto death between two
cars, at Clapville, on the Springfield Railroad. He has
left a wife and three children.
The Springfield Gazette states that the directors of
the Western Road havevoted to the families ofthe
four individuals who were killed on the 18th ult, a
year's pay each,


Daltinore County Court has been occupied fot
two days past in hearing the testimony and argument
on various cases of appeal from a magistrate's decision
in suits brought for the recovery of money, on the
small note issues of the Baltimore Real Estate Savings
Institution and those of Nicholas U. Chafee. The
argument in all the cases was closed yesterday, and
their Honors after a lengthened consultation, announ-
ced their intention to hold all the cases under advise-
ment for a few days, as there were many points re-
quiring more important consideration than they could
bestow upon them, while immediately on the Bench-

The Committee on Inland Navigation and Internal
Improvements of the House of Representatives of
Pennsylvania have reported a bill which contains ap-
propriations to the amount of $2,800,000 tfor various
public works.

"Insubordination."-The fifth number of this story
has been published by Knight & Colburn. The tale
draws near to a conclusion and will perhaps be finish-
ed in one number more. The sale, we understand,
has been quite extensive.
"Pocahontas-a Legend. by rs. M. M. Webster."-
We have received a copy of this poem, bound in very
neat style, from Messrs. Knight & Colburn. It is
founded, as the title imports, upon the story of Po-
cahontas, the Indian princess.
"The Hour and the Man-a Historical Romance, b6
Miss Martineau."-This new work from the pen o0
Miss Martineau has just reached us from Messrs
Cushing & Brother. It'is spoken of abroad as beini
one of the best of this lady's productions. We shal
be better able to speak of our own knowledge after
perusal of it.
Popular Lectures on Geology, by K. C. Von Leon
hard, translated by Rev. J. G. MoCais A. M. This
is a work of value to students and to all who wouli
acquire a general or intimate knowledge of the science
which it treats of. The reverend gentleman who ha
undertaken the translation is well known for his re
searches into natural science. The publication is ii
numbers-the one before u% being No. 3.
Hale's History of the United Slates, 2 vols.-Thes
volumes constitute numbers 119 and 120 of Harpers
Family Library-and they are issued in that style c
neatness and accuracy which distinguishes the public
cations of this series.

American Missionaries.-A correspondent of th
Philadelphia U. S. Gazette, whose Memoranda of
Tour in the East give additional interest to the col
liumns of that valuable journal, furnishes the following
notice of the Rev. Mr. HrLL and his Missionar'
School at Athens:
The last evening of our stay in Athens was passe
in the hospitable mansion of Mr. Hill, the America
Missionary. Mr. Hill's hospitality towards his coun
trymen, who visit Athens is well known. The day oi
our arrival he called upon us, and invited us to hi
house. He was also kind enough to opeu his library
and to place at our disposal his invaluable collection
of the ancient and modern authors which illustrate tb
topography and history of Greece. Mr. Hill receive
more guests than the Court, and the respect paid hit
by travellers, would be flattering to the King himself,
The school which he directs is exercising a most sa
lutary influence. It now embraces several hundre
pupils, male and female. The boarding school to
Greek girls is filled with the daughters of the ric
Greeks of the Archipelago and Asia Minor. It i
gratifying to know that tne schools of the America
Missionaries in the Levant are diffusing a knowledge
of the English tongue, and consequently ot its gres
literary treasures.
Mr. Hill and his lady devote themselves with grease
zeal to the noble worK in which they are engaged,-
With the countenance of the governments, they ar
also educating female teachers, who may continue th
works in other parts, so happily begun at Athens.-
The Greeks esteem Mr. Hill as a national benef'actoi
I was ?truck with the solutions he received, in pass
ing through the streets, from the humblest even of th
population, who know him only for his philanthropi
labors. Several American missionaries have open
schools in the Morea, and other parts of Greece; an
wherever I wandered through the Morea, on the bar
mention that 1 was an American, I was greeted wit
an affectionate warmth ot feeling, and welcomed as
"friend of the Greeks "
Of the American missionaries, it is impossible t
exagc-qtr the services they are rendering to hurnani
%% -1 ,,- on the sands of Egypt, in the cit
of Constantine, on the plains of Greece, ithe hills c
Syria, or in the city of David, wherever I have mn
them, 1 have found them devoted to the enlightenmer
andt improvement of their fellow men. Braving th
most pestilential climates, leaving the delights c
home and kindred, compassing sea and land for th
furtherance ot their philanthropic ',tisno., undismay
by the terrors of the periodical tp .i,. ,,. which score
ges the East, 1 know of no body of men who can b
compared with the American missionaries for bolt(
zealous, and Christian philanthropy. The name
their country, which is now respected to the farthe,
corners of the earth where liberty is cherished, re
ceives additional honor from the natives of the Eas
ftiom the beneficent labors of the missionaries. Thei
],.-.i ,iT, and kind attentions to the American tra
yeller, is too well known to need comment.

The Liverpool correspondent of the N. York Time
thus describes a work by which a Railroad is carrie
over a town:
Last week was completed the greatest work, of it
kind, ever executed in this country. This iA tth
Stockport Viaduct. The contractors being Liverpos
men (John Tompkinson and Samuel and Jas. Home
-'I..:. l hundreds of people from this ,place wen
o.n I.-.- ., i. to view its completion.
The Manchester and Birmingham direct line c
railway now runs over, not through, the town Stock
port. The arches literally stride over that large town
Standing in a valley, in Cheshire, the town of Stock-
port is too low for the level of the railroad. Mr
Buck, the engineer, had the first stone laid on the 10ot
of March, 1839, and the last, or capstone, on the 21s
of December, 1840. Thus, in 21 months was cm
pleted a viaduct, based on the solid rock, of 26 arche
-22 of 63 feet span and 4 of 20 feet span. The lengll
is 1786 teeth. It stands 111 feet above the Mersey
which flows beneath, and is thus 6 feet higher than
the Menai Bridge. The foundation, in the sandstone
is six feet deep, anol 9 feet ofstone work above ground
From thence to the springing of the arches the piers
are of brickwork, and the huge bends of the same ma
trial. Brick was used as less likely, when well made
to chip, splinter, or decay. The quantity of bricks
used amounted to l1,000,000, there were also uses
400,000 cubic feet of stone, and the whole cost 70,.
000. The utmost set ling in the whole work after ta
king the wooden supporters from the arches, is bali
an inch.
A great saving has been effected by raising this via
duct to such a height, as it reduces the works on eact
side of the valley, and lessens the expense 650,000,
It has been made 1786 feet long, because they has
to span all the streets. It is the first time that, fot
such a work, brick has been chiefly employed. This
great work will long be a matter of wonder to th(
world.
From the Mobile Chronicle.
NAVAL.-Lieut. R. SEMrmEs, of the Surveying Brig
Consort, now lying at Ship Island arrived in towr
last evening, bearing despatches from Lieut. POWELL
the commander of ihe Consort for the Government
We learn that the Consort has been engaged in sur-
veying the coast from the bay of Apalachicola to the
mouth of the Mississippi river, with a view to as.
certain whether Pensacola is the most suitable place
along this line of coast lor a permanent Naval Depol
it having been objected, at the last session of Con-
gress, to the further improvement of Pensacola, that
better water was reported to exist at or near
Ship Island. The examinations made by the Con-
sort are said to have been thorough, and to have es-
tablished beyond a doubt that Pensacola possessesby
at least a foot, more water than any other place on
our Gulf- coast.


From the Savannah Republican.
INDIANS KILLED BY GEORGIA VOLUN-
TEERS.
We are happy to lay before our readers the follow-
ing interesting letter from a correspondent. We con-
cur fully in opinion with the writer that an army of
50,000 men will be required to rid Florida ofthe en-
emy, unless indeed tuey have already surrendered
voluntarily. The theatre ot war embraces a territory
47,000 square miles. Three or four thousand men is
a mere handful for such a service.
TRADERS' HILL, (Ga.) Jan. 19, 1841.
Gentlemen:-As every incident having even a re-
mote or collateral influence in bringing to a speedy
and successful issue this most unpropitious Florida
contest, must be regarded with interest, t take pleas-
ure in communicating to you the following intelli-
gence:
On or about the 12th inst. while Capt Jernigan of
the Georgia Troops,with a small detachment of his
company were *.-..i.ii -etween Forts Moniac and
Taylor, ten or fili.,, -in ml, south ofthe Olsefanoee,
they discovered a small Indian camp fire on the bor-
der of a swamp Which appeared to have been very re-
cently left by the Indians. On further examination
their trail was found leading into the swamp. Capt.
J. leaving their horses in charge of a few men, en-
tired with from six to ten men on the trail. The par-
ty in pursuit 'ravelled through mud and water, hom
two to three feet deep a great part of the distance
until they had penetrated three or four miles, when
suddenly an Indian warrior sprang utip within a few
paces ofthe Captain and leading men and levelled
his rifle at one ofthe foremost-happily his rifle miss-
sed fire! Not so with the more lorlunate volunteer,
the crack of whose rifle a moment alt'!er told the tale
for this Indian. At this juncture a large muscular
savage showed himself in hostile attitude near at
hand, when he and Capt. Jernigan levelled their rifles
at each other. Here again the dexterity ofthe white
man as destined to prevail against the savage. Jer-
nigan fired and the Indian tell mortally wounded, but
still attempting to rise; the Captain mounted him with
his knife and soon ended the struggle. Still a third
Indian (believed to be the last of the party; was now
seen, fired on, wounded, but effected his escape.
The two seqilp with two rifles and pouches, a few
dollars in .ilii,- (I..il in one of the poutches.) and a
handsome Bowie knife, were brought in as trophies.
They were armed also with bows and arrows and
were well supplied with ammunition. It is here
thought tl.t rh..- ,.t,, pir-, sent up to ascertain what
opening e [.,ir.l 1...r ,i 'hi. r Indian adIventure.
Should the wounded Indian survive to reach his peo-
ple South, he will no doubt bear upon his own person
conclusire evidence of the subject of his mission.

Fanny Ellsler.-A Havana correspondent of a New
Orleans paper, writes (Jan. 9.)-"Fanny Ellsler is
daily expected here, and the management ofthe Tacon
Theatre have engaged her to perform 10 nights at 1,000
dollars per night. She will then have a benefit which
will yield probably 4 to 5,000 dollars, as our "nobleza"
always strive to be pre-eminent in their charity to ac-
tresses, and deal out their doubloons without the
trouble of reckoning dollars and cents."

The establishment of School District Libraries has
distributed through the Empire State, more than haif
a mi llion of valuable books.


Correstondetee 6f the Americans
COURT OF APPEALS, W. S.
27th January, 1841.
No. 34. The South River Bridge Company vs. Den-
nis Boyd-appeal from Anne Arundel County Court-
was further argued by R. Johnson for the appellee,
and A. C. Magruder for the appellants.

From the National Intelligencer, Jan. 28.
THE DEBATE IN THE SENATE.
In the great debate upon the Land Bill, the day
be fore yesterday, in reply to Mr. ALLEN, of Ohio,
Senator MANGuM distinguished himself by an able
and effective speech, in his happiest manner. The
f speech will be reported at large in due course, and
we shall not forestall the reader's gratification in the
perusal by any attempt to analyz' it. There was one
passage of the speech, however, which we cannot re-
frain from describing to our readers. I.t was in reply
to a particularly venomous assault upon Mr. WEE
STEa by the Ohio Senator, in reference to his oppo-
sition to the proposed appropriation of three millions
of dollars to be placed at the discretion of Gen.
JACKSON, by way of amendment to the fortification
appropriation bill, at the close of the session of Con-
gress, 1831, '35, for any purpose he might elect in re-
9 ference either to the land or naval service; which
Amendment came to the Senate late in the night of
the 3d of March, being the last day and night of the
session.
In reference to this allusion, Mr. MANGOM said he
well remembered that night. He had understood that
Sa schism had taken place among the members of the
Party in power; a portion of them being in favor ol
the elevation otfMr. VAN BUREN to the Presidency,
S while another position were not willing to trust him,
It had been said on the floor of the Senate that a hun-
dred and fifty sail of French vessels of war were ofl
oir coasts; reprisals had been asked by the Presi-
I dent, which, if granted, would precipitate us into E
d war with France in forty-eight hours. And all this,
for what? "Why, sir," said Air. M., "ift we could have
e been forced into a war, tne appeal would be irresisti-
s ble to the popular feeling in favor of continuing the
. 'Hero of New Orleans' at the bead of the States to
tuide the contest. Hence, that portion of the Cabi,
a net-the Lower Cabinet he believed it was-who
were in favor of electing Gen. JACKSON for a third
term, had only to plunge the country into a war, anc
e the work was done. I therefore felt (said Mr. M.)
.' that to break up the reigning dynasty was indispensa-
f ble. I looked to a war with apprehension; not That
I feared the prowess of the enemy abroad, out the
- success of the enemy at home. And here suffer me tC
say-perhaps 1 ought not to say it, yet I will say-
that in all probability that war was averted by the ge-
e nius and wisdom and sagacity of one man (uiusi.imm,,
to Mr CLA I I-'I I.,i a committee-room o't it.,
a Capitol. I .-.i. %,., ii it.- secrets of that committee-
- room could be brought out to the light, they would
still further enhance a reputation which is the pro-
g perty and pride of our country, and would add one
y more to the long listof the public services of thai
distinguished man. When the report from the Com-
mittee on Foreign Affairs on the subject of our rela-
d tons with France was brought into the Senate, it was
0 adopted, with some slight verbal amendment of the
" resolution not changing the object of it, almost unani-
. mously. The prospect of war, with all the party
s hopes built upon it, was gone. But afterward, on the
Last night of that session, it was proposed to insert, by
Amendment in an appropriation bill, an item of three
e millions dollars, to be placed at the absolute discretion
s ot the Executive. Such a measure was unusual; the
n amount was large; the demand sudden; but it was pres.
Ssed with eagerness by the emissaries, or, let me say,
by the assiduous friends of the President, who were
d seen flitting in the lobbies and eagerly conversing
r with their friends, then possessing an ascendency in
Both Houses of Congress. The President himself
is was in the Capitol. His servitors-his agents-his
n personal and political friends were busily engaged
e in persuading members to give the approp riation
at their approbation and support. They were unable,
however, to kindle up the spark of war. That hau
at been too effectually extinguished iii the committee-
room, and its extinction had been confirmed in the
SSenate. But, should this grant be made, the chances
e were ten to one that we should at once see it flame
- out in a state of actual hostilities. It was on that oc-
-r casion that the honorable Senator from Massachusetts
` (Mr. WEBSTER) rosein his placeandthrewoffone o
e the most convulsing bursts of eloquence I ever listen.
c ed to. 1 rise not here to defend that Senator, he needs
id not the aid of my puny arm. His vast national re-
d putation, more especially his strong American feel-
e ins, have endeared him to his countrymen, ant
h must convince even his enemies that he is the trui
a friend of his country. I was a witness to thegigan.
tie power of his eloquenceon that occasion, and it wasi
one oftne most extraordinary efforts I ever remem.
Sber to have heard. Had 1 been called upon at the
Y time to express the feeling excited in my mind by tt-e
of hionoraile Senator's speech on this occasion, I should
't have been ready to exclaim, Well done, good ans
nt faithful servant !' That the Senate thought with mi
1 was manifested by their confirming his views by their
Of action ; while the universal Whig party-I am sure I
a may include the Senator from South Carolina, (Mr
d CALHOUN)-in every portion of the country, agrees
Sin their estimate of the high and devoted patriotism
)e which dictated hiscourse."
d, We (to not give these as the words, but they are the
Substance of Mr. MANGUMa's remarks in reply to Mr
St ALLEN'S allusion to the incident referred to.
S Upon the whole; this Speech of Mr. MANGUM, ani
t, the sentiments which he expressed, are at the present
ir moment, of great interest to the country. Theycanno
- but tend to alay local prejudices, and to inspire mauly
and generous enitiieunti.
Mr. MANrUC M aigued, as ai' American should do
Cs that the Sta'es may go on nrosperousaly -, imiii,
d under this Government. He spoke for -i, it.,,-
ki mdness, for mutual free consultation, and I. r,:r ,,:,
liberal viiws. How ditferent-how vastly .,rl-,. I.:-
s is not all thils from those loud and angry appeals to sec.
e tions, andl to setionsl i l-... .I. -which we have beer
Il compelled so often, i l i '. -..r-. to hear !
S For ourselves, w( 11 1,1; Mr IMANGUM for this
it able and statesmaniailike speech. We thank him, espe-
cially, for the just trib ite which tie paid to the char-
,f acter and services of the bolt], faithful, and unswerv.
- ing CLAY, and for his manly vindication of the eleva-
. tled national sentiment and Amnerican spirit of the
.. irr- nii-lni Senatorfrom in M ,:- i,....
Later on the same day, tj I" i-,. inr- debate,
a Senator TALLMADGE was called out by certain
t charges made by Senator BENTON (who had follow
- ed Mr. MANGUM) of foreign influence exercised in
s the late National Election, to which, in part at least
h he imputed the defeat of the party of which he is a
,, .),ii,ih, I leader. And the reply of Mr. TALL-
s:.I Ac-Ir to it.' charge was conclusive and triumphant.
He referred the Senator trom Missouri,lor the causes
of the result which had so much astonished him, to
8 the faults atid errors of the administration which had
- weaned from it many of its most valuable friendsand
, had finally rallied the intelligence and practical good
sense oh the country in one body against the admi-
I nistratinn and its empiricism and experiments upont
- the vital interests of the country. These, he main-
. tained, were obvious, natural, and sufficient causes of
f the late glorious result, without searching for an ex-
planation ot it in circumstances with which it could
have no possible connexion.
Sudden Death.--WrLLrAM WILLIAMSOe, second
d mate of the brig General Sumler, died suddenly on the
r morning of the 24th inst., about six o'clock. The cir-
c eumstances attending his death being somewhat re-
e markable, a post mortem examination was made by
Professor STnOEL, in the presence ofDrs. D'AviG.
Nv, autd L. L. LEE, the Physician oh the Marine Hos-
pital, when it was discovered that he had labored min-
uder an aneurism of the aorta, ex tending from its june
ture with the heart beyond its arch, the sac being
large enough to admit the fist. From ulceration the
walls of the sac had burst, so as to permit the effusion
. of a large quantity of blood into the pericardium,
e which on course terminated speedily thie life of the
. patient-the result of the autopsy establishing most
e clearly and conclusively the cause of death.--Charlesa
t ton Couritr.
THE STEAMSHIPS.
Times of the sailing of the B. and N. A. Royal Mail
Steamships, between Liverpool and Boston, from
January to September, 1841.
The times of the sailing of the Royal Mail Steam-
* ships, as stated in the following table, are those which
* have been resolved upon by the Direction in England,
and will undoubtedly be smeirlly adhered to. The dates
of sailing are not liable to alteration; but in case of


accident or otiler sufficient reason, the ships may be
changed. We have revised it with care, and believe
it will be found quite correct-Bunker Hill Aurora.
From Boston. From Liverpool.
Columbia Jaar 5
f Acadia February 1Jatmary 5
Britannia February 4
Columbia March 1 ebruary4
Caledonia March 4
Britannia March 15
Acadia March 19
Caledonia April 1
Columbia April 4
Acadia April 15
Britannia April 20
Columbia May l p 20
Caledonia May 4
Britannia May 15
Acadia May 19
Cimedonia June 1
Columbia June 4
Acadia June 15 e
Britannia June 19
Columbia July 1I
Caledonia July 4
Bitannia July 15
Acadia July 19
Caledonia Aug 1
Columbia Aug 4
Acadia Aug 15
Britannia Aug 19

No Medicine for Love-A certain lady waited on a
phvi'-n, in great trouble about her daughter-
"'t',i ,t 1,[ hei?" said thIe doctor. "Alas, doctor! I
cannot tell; but she has lost her humor, her looks, her
stomach; her strength consumes every day, so that
we fear she cannot live." "Why do you not marry
he? .""Alas, doctor! hatee would fain do, and have
offered her as good a match as she could ever expect,
but she will not hear ofmarrying." 1Is there no other
do you think, that she would be content to marry?"
"Ah, doctor! that is it that troubles us; (br there is a
young iii|....-ii we doubt not she loves, thather l.-
iher and t can never consent to." "Why, look you
madame," replies the doctor gravely (being amongst
all his books inm his closet,) '"then the case is thisyour
daughter would inary one man, and you would have
her marry another, in all my books I find no remedy
for such a disease as this."
THE ATHENIAN NAVY.-In October, 1834, the
foundations of the "Rfsyal Magazine ofAthens" were
laid in the Pirmus, on a point ot land running into the
basin on Ihe south side ofthe harbor. In the course of
their excavations the workmen came upon the remains
of former edifices, upon which were certain inscrip-
tions, which having been carefully copied, are found
to relate mainly to the ancient Athenian Navy. The
antiquarians to whom were referred these disinterred
relics, have given to the world the result of their sla-
bors in the shape of a work, entitled "Archives of the
Athenian Navy, Berlin." For a brief and interesting
digest of these Archieves, we would refer our readers
to the Foreign Quarterly Review, for Jan. 1841-
There is a family at Montreal, the father of which
is a Frenchman, the mother a Russian, the eldest
child a Maltese, the second a Sicilian, the third a
Spaniard, and the fourth a Canadian.


Naval.-The U. S. ship Warren, Captain Jamison,
sailed recently fiom Periacola on a cruise, expecting
to tutuh at Havana-go round soutn side, ol Cuba,
thenceto Laguayia, Puerto Canello, anid Cailthgeni,
&c. _____
S Tim in New Hampshire.-Governor Page, in his
message to the New Hampshire Legislature, an-
nounces the discovery of tin ore in Coos county, at
the base of the White Mountains, so puie as to yield
forty per cent;-one ot the good results of a geological
survey of the State, and more important, as the same
kind of ore has not been found in any partof the
country, of sufficient value to pay far the working.
DOCTOR HINES RECAPTURED.-We learn
from Baton Rouge, that this notorious convict, after
:.iiii,;si. iir, .. swamp two or three days, being tired
.1I ii,. I. .1lrn, came out to a planilation on the high-
lands and requested the negrnes to take his irons off.
The slaves at once took 'rn s"r-' for "ceirring him, in
which they effectually s.,i c r '. ri I. ir,. :.ldiiig 'i? e
Doctor oflerei resistance iiithli ., I., .'- k.,l.. He has
again taken his proper II..ce in ii , tthe Peni-
tentiary.-N. 0. Bulletin.
Iowa.-The seat of government of Iowa is to be re-
moved hIom Burlin gton, its present location, to Iowa
city. _______
Armerican and English Coal Trade.-One million
tons of Anthracite coal are now Sent to market fioni
the American mines in one year. The coal trade of
England is said to be 21,000,000 tons and gives employ-
ment to 150,000 colliers.
Every funeral, says Dr. Johnson, may justly be
f considered as a summons to prepare for that state
into which it shows us that we must sometime enter;
and the summons is more loud and peircing as the e-
vent of which it warns us is at a less utistance. To
neglect at any time preparation for death, is to sleep
t on our post at a siege; but to omit it in old age is to
sleep at an attack.________
A letter from Havana in the Louisiana Adver-
tiser states that Mr. Turnbull, recently appoin-
ted British consul there, had been refused his exe-
Squator by the Spanish Government, and had conse-
quently been ordered by his own government to place
Sthe consulate in the hands of Mr. Jackson, a member
Sof the mixed commission. Cause, Mr. Turnbull's
a abolition principles and activity, which gave great
I offence at Havana.
a
Brazil Teas -A number of planters of Brazil have
Commenced the cultivation of tea-the quality eo far
as forwarded to Londou is said to be equal with the
best China teas-the latter being cheaper than the
tfrmer, as at present manufactured.
Eggs of the Codrfih.-It is estimated that the fe-
male carries in her ovary more than 9,000,000 ofeggs.
No wonder, therefore, that 20,000 fishermen do not
t cause this fish to disappear from the deep.
Letters state that Madame Celeste will return to
This country in the next steamer, when she will vin-
Sdicate her name trom the imiutations that have been
thrown upon it.-Philad. lnq

Died yesterday afternoon. Ni'P'.iN'.,U., infant son of
John R. and Mariha Kelso, amls 1.)... it.,'
Died on the t3d inst. at Milton, New York, Mrs. JULIA
DAVId GOADBi, wife of the Rev. J. Goadby, (re-ently
t Baptist Missionaries at Balasore and Kuttack, India) in the
261it year of iner age.
Died in this city, on the 27th inst. Dr. LEONARD NEALE,
9 of Charles county, Md.

BALTIMORE UNITED FIRE DEPART-
MENT, FOR 1841.
JESSE HUNT, President.
THOS. M. LOCKE, 1st Vice President.
WM. WtCKERSHAM,2d do do
S GKO. VALIANT, 3d do do
HUGH BOLTON, Treasurer.
WM. 1. WATSON, Secretary.
MECHANICAL.-Thos. M1. Locke, William Ro-
e gers, John H Bea, Philip W. Lowry, Henry P. Du-
g hurst, William Fied'k. Frick, Win. Dukehart.'
I UNION.-William Hope, Geo. Valiant, Edward
SBrown, Philip Muth, jr. James R. Jackson, Rd. H.
q Middleton. William CiLroshaw.
I FRIENDS HI P.-Lewis Holter,Dr. Chas.Maguire,
i Daniel Super. George Teal, William G. Warner, Wil-
Sliam Craggs,Eli Hewitt.
I DEPTFORD -John Dutton, Robt. Dutton, David
ST. Monsarrat. John W. Williamis, Caleb Merritt, Wil-
Sliam Burke, Joshua M. Hall.
a LIBERTY.-Joshua Vansant, David H. McDon-
e aid, James A May, Richard C. Murray, Jac.h Wes-
Sver, Daniel Bixler, Ber.j. Boswell.
INDEPENDENT.-John Rodgers. Hugh Bolton,
f Joseph Matthews, A. P. Shutt, J. J. Turner, Geo. P.
SKane, Samuel Wilson.
S VIGILANT.-This Company is unrepresented,
* in consequence of their Secretary not having made his
report.
d NEW MARKET.-Samuel Thompson, Jas. L
e Ridgely, Peter Kreig, William Bottimore, Thos.' Ni-
* ctholson, Gc0. Dutro, Jos. E. Wilson.
S COLUMBIAN.-John Henilerson, William H.
SWatson, Aaron. Stockton. Henry W. S. Evans, Jas.
ST. Randolph, William H. Hooper, Henry Boss.
S FIRST BALTIMORE-Samuel Keerl, Levi Fah.
` nestock, Geo. W. Murdock, James A. Johnston,
d William H. Martin,Fraccis T.King,JohnA. 1 homp-
e son.
r UNITED-William T. Rice, Anthony Miltenber'-
I ger, Fred'k. Achey, Jno. R. Booth, John Smith, Jr.,
SWin. M. Starr, Geo. Richatein.
S FRANKLIN--William WVickorsham, Jas. Young,
n James Grieves, Patrick ,ooney, Philip Sherwood, jr.
Caleb Parks, Thos. C. Monmonier.
e WASHINGTON-Jesso 1-1unt, John M. Mr.aue,
* San.'l iilic'. i. ir.(;'-..,.' P. K lie, James C. MNIaimn,
Z ( i t .Z L.. J I I ,n .
PATAPSCO-J. 1. Cohen, jr.. And. E. Warner,
Those. Wildey, Win. 51. lHopiins, Thomnas Snanly,
S John 0. Wilmnot. Christian H. Smith.
Y HOWARD-William G. Gorsuch, A. B. Wolfe, J.
T. H. J. ....'-. . W. Salmon, Beij. Caughy, Sam.
* Hless, 'i '% : r
STANDING COMMITTEE.
MECHANICAL-P. W. Lousy, John H. Rea,
1 Wi. Dukehart. '
UNION-William Hope, Win. Cohaw, Rd. H.
- M l'dleton.
a FlIENUSHlP-Lewis Holler, Win. G. Warner,
Win. Cragas.
I 't P; tIl;:-J, W. Williams, D. T. Monsar-
rat, John Dutton.
LIBERTY-Jas. A. May, Jacob Weaver, Joshua
" Vansant.
S INDEPENDENT-J. J. Turner, Jos. Mathews,
SA. I'. Siutt.
VIGIL \NT-- N. reported.
NEW Ml.\l;; '-Thos. Nicholson, Geo. Dutro,
SPeter Kreia.
COLUM ;I \NN-Jno. Henderson, Win. H. Wat-
son, H. W. S. Evans.
FIRST BALTNIMOIE-Jno. A.Thompson. Win.
H. Martin. Geo. W. Murdock.
UNITED-A. Millenberger, Win. T. Rice, Gen.
Richstein.
FRANKLIN-Jas. Grieves, Thos. C. Monmonier,
Caleb Parks.
WASHINGTON-Jno M. McLane, Luther Man-
ship, James C. Martin.
PATAPSCO-J. I. Cohen jr., A. E. Warner, T.
Shanly.
HOWARD-Samuel Hess. A. B. Wolfe, J. T. H.
Jerome.
11.. "tirm.h,,a Committee will hold their Annual
,\1e- I,,ig at Ii Hall, 7 o'clock P.M. on Wednes-
day Evening next, Feb. 3d.
WM. Ht. WATSON, Sec'y B. U. F. D.
ja29 PCRPIS
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
WESTERN BANK OF BALTIMORE.-The tol-
loying ticket lor Directors of the Western Bank of
Baltimore, composed nfgentlemen owning upwardsof
one fifth ot the capital stock, is presented tn the Stock-
holders for their support, at the approaching election.
Samuel R'ev'. Doctor Corbin Amos,
Joseph i,1.m., Lott Ensey,
George R. Gaither, Robert Garrett,
Frederick Konig, Alonzo Lilly,
Comfort Tiffany, Chauncey Brooks,
G...,.u.. N. Eaton, Francis W. Alricks,
ii, ,nrin Tiffany, John I. Lloyd,
Lewis Kemp, Samuel M. Barry,
C. A. Schnffer, Joseph P. Grant.
ja 28 d P__________
Og-C. A. SCHAEFER is not a candidate for Di-
rector in the Western Bank. ja 29
PEASE'S


CLARIFIED ESSENCE OF HOARHOUND
CANDY- Compounded of twenty-five ingredients.
FOR THEa CURE of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness
Irritation of the Throat, Croup, Palpitation of the
heart, Asthma, Whooping Cough, difficulty of, or pro-
fuse expectoration, &c. and which is also highly use-
ful for Public Speakers, &c.
All the attempts at imitating or counterfeiting this
invaluable remedy have entirely failed, and resulted in
establishing its reputation and increasing the demand
for it. Beware of imitations. The only genuine
Pease's Candy is to be had, wholesale and retail, of
JOS. ROBINSON,
Circulating Library, 110 Baltimore at.
It is also retailed by Roberts & Atkinson, corner of
Hanover and Baltimore streets, John H. Berry & Co.
corner of Eutaw and Pratt sts., G. K. Tyler, corner of
E. Baltimore and High sts. ja 28 thlmtMl4t
A Sale of Fancy and Useful Articles, has commen-
ced and will be continued through the present week,
in the Basement of the Methodist Protestant Church,
North Liberty street, for the benefit of tMe suffering
poor. The Ladies attached to this Church. having
*'i act their exertions prepared a rich collection of
win.tl.'-, they hope to meet with equal encouragement
in their laudable work, as was afforded by the gener-
ous visitants of the Fair recently held at the same
place by their friends of the Methodist Episcopal
Church. d4t* ja27
rI-tr TIPPECANOE CLUB OF THE 2RD
ELi.i-li.i1N DISTRICT, is requested to meet at
John Bo ughman's Tavern, 7 miles on the Reisters-
town Road, on SATURDAY, the30uh inst., at three-
o'clock. Business of importance to the County will.
te laid before the meeting.
ja27 5t WM. H. SMITH, President.
0-MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
The seventh regular Lecture of the course will be de-
livered on FRIDAY EVENING, January 29, by Dr.
Aiken. Subject-The Philosophy of tiheancients as
applicable to modern pursuits, ja 26
THE WHIG STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
will meet THIS AFTERNOON, the 291h lnst. at 4
o'clock. The punctual attendance ofeich members
requested.
ja 29 N F. WILLIAMS, Chairman.

5010 0O HAVANA 'S"GARS-iuct
W kY V rec'd perschr fir.p-t, Ior si by
ja 9 4t P l.I.LF/L 4r.-Tl .iS r'
I;U. LS [ Lt."" )" N U k., lanmai,,g
39',and for sale by
ja 29 d4t P J J. CORNER & BRO.
) A G AG[S Ro 10 C FFL i... ;,, ,,iced
5 I'|01" li]d.. I daa L %-i ar, IlJ r[vana
COFFEE. For sale by
Ja 29 R. HOWARD & CO.
m Ihc RUMiIS Fresh Smyrna I i ..jut it-
Sceived and for sate by
PRICE & THURSTON,
ja 29 No. 139 Baltimore st.
U &J" o BALES NEW ORLEANS COT-
STON, just received per sh ip Pioneer. and
for sale by WM. HOWELL & SON.
ja 29
*)1h TC8. and 10 bbls prime Cuba HONEY; 10o
!00 tierces and bbls, prime new Crop New Or-
leans MOLASSES. For sale by
ja 29 B. HOWARD, O'Donnel's wharf,














Sales at the New York Stock Exchange, Jan'y. 27.
1035 shares U. S. Bank,...................52a5l
120 Canton Comp....... .-....30 0a31
Sales of Stock at Philadelphia, Jan'y. 27.
361 shares U. S. Bank.................. 51a52
318 Phil. and Balto. Railroad; ...... 41atl
NEW YORK MARKET.
Wednesday evening, Jan. 27.
200 tee. Ctoverseed has been taken for exportation atS8a8ic.
tlii.h IIaP is n ,i-me degree relieved the market. Sales or clean
Flaiafd aid ii tee. There is a moderate anrid steady demand
:or totff- .i.i Sugar. Tea remains firm. [Dry Codfisi are
Held ati ..,, but with few sales. Pimento ;. -. i..r i. .;x-x
poriaiill-i, i t ,' Ib. Sales of Whalebone at I'.. I rt,.., is
quite firm in price with moderate sales.
Sales ?i Ta.'r hi 66. ,.,i ,i' North county Turpentine at
t2,5O. % i-hitj n, ..i.- 2.'.. No movement in Ashes.
There is a pause in the Cotton market and rather turn
backwards. Some sates have been made at L ct. decline from
the top price.
In Flour there isbot little doing. Corn has arrived very
freely, and has fallen to 52 cts. 56 lbs. at which a cargo of
Southern was sold this morning.
Billson Europe ,',. *. r.i. '., r',.d lower in price. Prime
Sterling Bills are l- iI.,.z i- I ..
There are large a rirn. unri- .i I Bank bills offering at 7f
without buyers. There is one parcel 225,000l drawn fur pay-
ment of the great Boston debt.
Stocks declined at the Board considerably. U. S. Bauk fell
2 per cent.
Exchanges, including Certificates and Checks. BanktNotas
ia distant places are at j per cent larger discount.
Boston................... -a- Savannah...........4 a-
Philadelphia............. 'a- Mobile................ 5ia-
Baltimore.............. Ia- Interior, Ala..........ti a-
Washington, DC......... ia- New Orleans .......... fa-
Richmond ..............1 a- St. Louis ............. t4a-
Petersburg............. do do Louisville ............ 6 a-
Nortblk ................. do do Cincinnati............ a54i
Raleigh.................3 a- Nashville............. 8 a-
Wilmington ............ do do Illinois ............... -a-
Charleston............ 2 a2- Michigan.............-a-
Interior,S. C............ -a- Missouri............. -a-
Augusta ................ 51a- Wisconsin ...........-a-
Maeo ..................-a- Bills on London ...... 7 a 8
Columnbuas ............... 4a- Do Frane ...... 5f.25
Jour. Corn.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27, evening.
Flour-The firmness noted yesterday in the Flour market
still continues. There have been sales since our last of a-
bout 1500 barrels of canal at $4,931 for export. We have
heard of no change since Saturday in prices of other de
scriptions.-Corm. .Ad.
RICHMOND MARKET, Jan. 27.
Tobacco-Receipts moderate; demand good for manufactur-
ing qualities and ligs. Rates rule for tife former from 16a9;
general sales $61a7f; the latter $4.a5.
Flour, $4k to I.- Whig.
SAVANNAH MARKET, Jan. 22.
Cotton-A few days later dates from Havre and Liverpool
have produced an advance in the better qualities of lc. per lIb.
and in the inferiorofabout lc. Liverpool fair now commands
10j, and one sale of good lias been made at Ile.
Rice-The demand has been brisk. About 979 casks have
been sold, viz: 43 at V2,62t; 215 at $2,75; 296 at $,87; 315 at
S2,931; lt0 at $3.
Flour-Sales of Hloward strecl at $51a5j.
Cora-Salea from store in lots to suit purchasers at 60a65;
supplygood.
Freights-To Liverpool continue dull at 3-8a7-16d; to New
York 75 cents per square and $1 per round bale, Rice 75 cts.
per cask.- Gear.
MOBILE MARKET, Jan. 20.
Cottoin-In consequence of tile inclemency of the weather
the stock of cotton on tile market has be. 1, I:ii, throughout
the week, and sales to the extent of only L .. i)0 bales el-
f'e-td. am 9 fir mi.i.li,r.g i. I1I for good and fine.
Flajr-Tue irdh...-. it, t lave been on a small scale. The
current rates for Western superfine from st..-. 'r.: .o. t 5A
perbbl. Weare ndvised of a sale on the u na.i, t .- r., at
$5+ per bbl. Northern meets no demand.
Whiskey-The sales of the week are inconsiderable at 25a
28 crlas per aiil r.|
Frrigh[.-W-- ,., ral r.I-, of only two freight engagements
since our last n 1. r 1. -it,. *p,0 .I' 1 teone tor an Amnerican ship
for Liverpool at m-1, -1,. ULt-. A aii.p for Boston at ic.-Pr.Cur.


POt <'J&-i) tL I bA'.- l .....

From the Exchange Reading Room Books.
ARRIVED.
Barque Solomon Saltus, Gray, 21 days from New Orleans,
sugar, cotton, molasses, &c. to Clark & i;, ''.
ichr. Coquette, Gait, 69 days from r1.1.4, r,,.'r: Ocean,
Peruvian bark, nitrate of soda. and specicto D. Keener, W.
Wallace. T. Whitridge, and to order Lrft hirqo,. (;'-nr.' &
Henry, Wilson, of Baltimore, troin \ -, it v.-, I r i -i .. it- i0
days. Barque IsabelI, for Cailao anrd Liverpool, sailed in co.
Ship Oase. Mickle. sailed 6 days before for Callao. Brige Ca-
iradd. Fil.'.Z.ruld, 'i Ii.tiir'-, "was at Guayaquil. BrigAnn,
Hriv'e), iil, 1i, l-iri-riru.n ., I, is been sold, anid lradehangedher
colors to Peruvian.
Schr. Tom Wood, Symonds, 6 days from Charleston, cot-
t t.a r;,e. .i a', salt and bidesr to J. K. iRaidail.
ceihr. FLt i.". Bi'riig;'i iin, 112 days from Savannah, lumber,
to E. McFasl & 1. -1.
CLEARED,
Brigs Hfly. P. Sumner, Tyir T. r. I.- air...'...l.i. r iir.-
destar; Catherwood, Chase, i, I i,, .i 1..1.,1 'ii..r,r,, .... II.
Ohl, tPhtilad.); schrsLeonidas, Kelly, Cipe Ilaylien, Win.
Howell & Son; Codorus, Gibson, Mobile, T. Hooper; Amier
Patten, Thompson, Philadelphia, do.
The ship Belvidera, Spear, of and for Baltimore, was at
ILiverpool 5th inst.
The ship Merchant, Murphy, of Baltimore, was left at Mal
ninti 1 -pi I.- : e It .. New York, ir about 30 days.
I .- big L-j r. i. Lirr..swater, antd aiehr. Robtbhester, Wise,
and %%'a II i '.., I r ,.. at New York 26th inst.
The sehr. Victory, Peiufield, cleared at New York for Balti-
more 26th inst.
The schr. Arab, Bradstreet, from Baltimore, arrived at
Charleston 24th iost.
PROVIDENCE, Jan. S5-Below, brig Porpoise, Matanza.|
FALL RIVER, Jan. 22-Arr. barque William, Gottenthbrg.
BOSTON. lin. :-. .,r ii-,. 1 l,indon, fin New Orleans.
Behr. John T'uisi p, t ....i i.i. ... .
Sehrs. William, fin Port au Prince; Warwick, Aux Cayes.
FRANKFORT. Jan. 22-Arr. schr. Spartan, fmin Baltimore.
Sli'd. schr. Packet, Baltimore.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27-CI'd. brigs Swifture, Gibraltar; Ru-
dolph Oroeniig, Liberia; Pandora, St. Thomas; schrs. hela-
ware, St. Thomias; Amioinette, St.Jnhns, P. It.; Victory, Bait.
Arr. ship Mi..-,i'ippi, front New Orleans.
Fr. brig D,, i 1. rr w.r, from Rochelie.
Brig Il..Ir i.'i haltimore; sebr. Jos. Marshal, Savannah.
clirifs. RoctiE--. r. from Baltimore; L. L. Crookti, tio.
J.s 3r. no. .i--.'i'i. ships Sheridan, Liverpool; Sully, Ha-
nir. hi'e Cead,.'s ,, icidar Keys.
Art. lDanish ship Ainclhaid, from Rio de Janeiro.
Pii'i4 -iii Ir ,. i th; Augusta, do.
fliii F,011 I'.', I i',ri- i ",; -. i.,.'. April, Baltim ore.
B.'l ,i .t I. . ,,,~.. tr r- . Orlet-ns. Also 2 brigs.
I'IIILALILLI ill \ .1 -Below, shipMoctezuimna, fm
Manilla.
I'.1 I.r.; P. ni,., 'i iia, Gibraltar.
RlI.HIM1'jN i, 1 n. *,,--Art. schr. Only Daughter, from Pro-
vidence.
SI'd. schrs. Forest K Br.i., Boston; W. t. Dawson, Balti-
more; Vesper, .-a..iri.ii, I. t.b.h,,. N S', it.
CHARLEST,_,, '..i ,-.. --i,.: A.1.-., from Liv-
erpool; Br. brig Airiana, from Bermuda.
Bremen brig Gottfried Menken. fr in Antwerp.
Brig Catharine, from New Orleans. 13th inst. lat. 26 07,
long. 84, passed barque Solomon Saitus, of Baltimore, front
New Orleans, bound north.
Sw. ecBr. Emily, from Bermuda; schr. Ostrich, Havana.
S Schrs. New Jersey, tront Philadelphia; Arab, Baltimore.
Jan. 25, noon-Arr. schr. Ilayne, from Havana, via Key
S West and Indian Key. The ship Alexander, of and from N.
York for New Orleans, struck on the Bahamas, and was at
Key West, waiting orders.
Sehr. Phoebe & M .ii-. i. from Wilmington, (N. C.) 23d
inst. 10 miles east *,i .i.[..- Romain, spoke brig Havie, from
Savannah for Bostoa, who requested us to take on board a
fugiltsi plave who had secreted liimself on board whilst at
savfimnss,, wlhieh waa complied with.
SAVANNAII, Jan. 23-CI'd. ship Corsair, Liverpool; bark
Hope, Halifax; brig Augusta, New York.
Arr. ship Howard, from Liverpool.
Jan. 24-Arr. barque Gazelie, from Portsmouth, N. H.
Ci'd. ship Eli Whitney, Li' -,io,.i.'..,,..r. LondonSt. John.
MOBILE,Jan. 20-Cl'd tr.'.-i fn..r.,, L .jion; Ceres, Provi-
dence.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 18--Cl'd. barqnee Peru, Boston; Lu-
eretla, do; brig Algonquin, New York; sechr. Abigail, Tobasco.
Arr. hips Columbia, from Liverpool; Meridian, Antwerp.
Ship Pauline, from St. Pierre, Martinique.
Ships Tarquin, from New York; Adams, Castine.
Barque Barrington, from Warren, R. I.
Barques Nalchez, from London; Caspian, Boston.
Brigs Tom Paine, from Thomaston; Sampson, Tampa Bay.
Brigs Packet of Hamburg, from iavana; Heber, do.
Schr. Pamnyra, from Turks Island.

ICE-50 tierees superior new Rice, tor sate by
ja29 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's whf.
1000 d[f- B BI Ld.-GROUND PLASTER,
JI.UWII II h.r sale by
ja29 d4t P J. J. CORNER & BRO.
A PIj.ES-l00 bbls Greenings and Baldwin Ap-
pies, for sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
ja 29 7 Bowly's whif.
P RIME CLOVERSEED-400 bushels, iree of
ripple,received this day from Centre Co., Pa.
js 29 d4t JOHN BOGGS & CO.
R ICE-45 casks very superior RICE, landing from
sehr. Tom Wood, amid for sale by
Ja29 d4t P J. J. CORNER & BRO.


S*ALiT--400 bushels Liverpool G. A, Ult, afloat
for sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
ia 29 7 Bowly's wharf.
S PELTER-5 tons SPELTER, daily expected,
and for sale by SAM. ETTING,
ja 29 8t P No, 55 Smith's wharf.
j UAYAQUIL COCOA-17 sacks Guayaquil
- COCOA, landing from barque Serene, and for
sale by B. G.ETTING,
jA 29 d No. 36 South Gay street.
EW ORLEANS SUGAR-40 hhds N. 0
1 sLIGAR, landing from 'barque Solomon Sallus.
for sale by WILSON & HERR,
ja 29 d3t No. 71 cnd 73 Bowly's whf.
VTARCH.-71 tierces Poland STAKCH;just ie-
Sceived and tor sale by
BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ja 29 Commerce st.
T~ OBAICCO-70 bales Cuba T'O ABCO, entitled
to debenture, just received and for sale by
CHARLES GEHRMAN,
ia 28 Fxchneze place.
^ 1 BOXES ORAAGES, iu fine order, just
50 received and for sale by
PRICE & rH.ll' t1N,
ja 29 u:, t .H ,.i ,... '


B UTTiER & lt&llo;S.-
30 tubs Gostien BUTTER,
25 caaksCk l Lit.-lI'..t L,
PAIIKtilUhl.',r & NYR,
ja 29 Bowly's wharf.


tECKLEN B URGS.-A lew cases low priced
TECKLENBURGS, just received per Europa,
from Bremen; in store and ior sale by
OELRICHS & LURMA N,
is 29 14t P _31 South Ch rules st.
- -'O-TO 13 t,1.n .Lou -i.'.-, C ll i ',N. ini-
ing this day from ship Chierokee, Capt. Simmons,
from New Orleans for sale by
WM. McDONALD & CO.
ia 29 d4t 87 Bowly's whf.
St VI'AY !QlIL A 11.1 1 S -I .'.I, n ,.r..i liil-
6 .N.1 ,l P.... M lac lf.ir., l ,iu N-, .M-. 1,i ... i',I. .1
of various qualities, somn an .,',iiriii5 fite,)ust receiv-
ed per barque Serene, a..l .in iir. b)
jav8 W. G. HARRISON.
" AR i & BUTTER-
69 kegs sard 3 tbi.eli [. lirD
3 bula l lt I l-. .i- : .. --..d and for sale by
BIRLKIlL IL S &PEARCE,
ja 29 Comrnerce st.
1 tiItDS. SUPERIOR WHISKEY
. O 50 barrels do do
20 do Old Monongahela do
100 do Sup-irle- fI.OUR, just received
and for sale by H 1 1 I .l_' TOUCEY,
ia 29 121 North Howard at.
SIED) -'kACIliC.S n HOl' >-
J 200btusthelh DIk.D P1. IIlL
zo bais "Firn F sonr tl O i' C, ii v c r, i nI 111.
Forsale by LR.%lK-ELL .V. I-L,:NIo\N,
jas 9 at N'. : i Bainilr.i st.
j RULED CAP ,& LETF'ER PAPERS-
5 cases Phoenix M11ll Rle.il Cap No. I
S 6 do do do do do B
4 do do do do Post
Just received pr sclhr. E. A. Stevens, and for sale
0 9OTIS SPEAR.
is 19 21 S. Chales st.


COPARTNERSHIP.
OHN C. KEENER & WILLIAM EMACK
have associated themselves together, and intend
carrying on the Drug business, lately purchased by
them of Messrs. J. B. Fitzgerald & Co., tinder the
style of KEENER & EMACK; and respectfully so-
licit a continuation of its former patronage.
Baltimore, January 27, 1841.
J B. FITZGERALD & CO, having dis-
S posed of their Drug Establishment to Messrs.
KEENER S EMACK, respectfully solicit in behalf
(i:lr,,.i- e-'il-ir-r,, contitluation of the patronage
h.cr'.i.-,- ri .'h.-r ilI. extended towards them.
The business ofJ. B. F.& Co. will he settled at the
store of Messrs. Keener & Emack, by the senior part-
ner. ja 29 3aw2w
'Il_'-%lolf.,'*; I(ON o'-- P \, i'.lsili'.
T HE PARTNERSIHIP heretofore existing
under the firm of JOHN BEVAN & CO., was
dissolved on the 1st instant, by mutual consent-those
indebted to or having claims against the late firm, will
please call on John Bevan, who is authorisedi to settle
the same. GEO. BEVAN,
JOHN BEVAN.
JOHN BEVAN, grateful for the liberal patronage
bestowed on the late firm, begs a ,..,r....... c, n-f the
same, at the old stand NO !2 I'11 \ II',
ja 29 PC eo4t near Hanover street.
SPRING GOODS.
OS. TODHUNTER & CO. No. 10 German
street, have just received per the Susquehannah
at Philadelphia, and Grace Brown and Pochahontas
from Liverpool-a handsome assortment of SPRING
GOODS, viz.
Super and superfine Cambri,' PRI NT'S
Bishop Lawns and Painted X\lr I.1I N1"1
Cambric and other fancy MUSLINS
INSERTINGS and various kinds of Trimmings
Plain and Twill'd Summer CLOTHS
Fancy ribb'd and plain GAMBROONS
Fancy Gotha CRAPES and Worsted do
London printed Quiltings and WELTINGS
Muslin de Laines andti Hurricane fancy MUSLINS
White and fancy colored Linen DRILLS
Rich silk figured Valentia WAISTCOATINGS
Company BANDANNOES,red Chocolate and yellow
Gi.-.r.. arod other fancy Silk HDKPS
-u,-. ,r,hi superfine CLOTHS and CASSIMERES
6-4 and 3-4 red PADDINGS
40 inch BURLAPS and Carnvi-. P, llr;n,
Irish Linens and DIAPERS ., i ,i i ii1,.
jia29 eo8t P
D OMESTIC GOODS-Just received I .,v- FprirI
PRINTS; SHIRTING STRIPES; l.;.acl,..
and Brown SHEETING and SHIRTING MUS-
LINS; 4-4 and 7.8 Bed TICKING; 7-8 Cotton OS.
NABURGS; Suffolk DRILLS; heavy twilled Osna-
birgs; Canton FLANNELS, &c. Also, super 12-4
Linen ti;i. rn-. I rio. for pillow cases; Irish Linen;
Brown Hli- LI- A I >, Bird-Eye Diaper; Crash; Nap-
kins; Brown Table CLOTHS; a large assortment of
Bleached Damask Table Cloths, some 4 yards long.-
Also a large assortment of super Thread Lace, Edg-
ings and INtLLItl IINGS. which will be sold at the
lowest price. GEORGE P. KENNARD,
ja 29 -125 Ballimore street.
I1l4iil I.1% I1- hI, 0il5,1 N iTI)L.L..N'L-t,
I &c.-The subscribers have on hand a general
assortment of
Irish LINENS, Barklie's bleach. all prices from 31A
cts to 100
Brown HOLLANDS do do 121 to 311 cts
Unbleached Table CLOTHS do 62 to $1
10-4 superior Linen SHEETING at 62- cts per yard
Superior 8-4 Damask Table LINEN at $1 do
10 cases Bleached MUSLINS, all prices, from 9 to
18s cts
5 cases Linen Cambric Hankfs do do do 181 to 50 do
1 do col'd CAMBRICS
I do bleached twili'd MUSLIN
1 do Unbleached do
10 bales lUnt.i-c!.,i:.l MUSLINS, all prices
I do R ,i' i .il N 'l.-I
1 do Methuen TICKING
CALICOES, CHECKS, PLAIDS, &c. all prices
Persons in want of any of the a, ove goods will find
it to their advantage to call andI examine our stock be-
fore purchasing, as we have a good assortment of
goods on hand, and they will be sold Wholesale and
Retail at the very lowest market prices, by
DORSEY & NELSON, No. 13 Baltimore
ja 29 st.,3d door west of' Market Space.
SBiltlSH1 & BELLOWIS FACTORY.
K. STAPLETON & SON-No. 268
*e BALTIMORE STREET, (near Howard st)
Have in Store the frlowTinp articles, which they offer
very low for cash j.i i,,i ltrh usual credit to town or
Country Merchants.
r-,. BRUSHES, No. 2,3,5 and 6,
'.o.ii- BROOMS, 2 sizes (very superior,)
Mill Broom- .,-.1 I--,- .1;." BRUSHES, assorted sizes,
Scrubbing 1.1- U' 1tt ', 6,7, 8, 10and 12 rows.
CLAMPS, 6,7,8, 10 and 12 do.
Shoe Brushes, common size, middle and cov'd. backs,
Hatters BRUSH ES, assorted,
Tanners, Bbi.cking, Paste -i- .'.-.,tir,, BRUSHES,
Weavers Brumslies, Horse .lit h"! '", .ill sorts,
White wash 4, 5,6,8, 10 and 12 knotts,
Painters Brushes and Sash Tools, all sizes and quality'
Clolth BRUSIIHES, plai,,-, .1 r,... ,all descriptions.
Head Tooth andi Nail %HlU'--'ll i., assorted
ir..n I;," tRUSHES, ot every description,
i iri, iriin i,.' BELLOWS, all sizes, warranted to the
purchaser, and at reduced prices.
Braziers' and Jewellers_ BELLOWS, jai 29
1 lO 0 li C I 1 -Nl lI" L A. LS WtilLI.,'
S i 1 i .', - ii. ... h ii, ht .i .- 'i .i .l i -;y
'C40.' and choice stock of superfine Wool and Piece
|1).l Black, Blue, Invisible Green, Grass Green,
(Citron Olive. Olive, Brown, Dran and G-ay Mixed
Cloth-; Wool and Piece l)yed, Black. Blue, Drab,
Grey Mixl, and Fancy Cassimeres; Blue and Drab
Beaver Cloths.
Sattinets, Kentucky and Glasgow Jeans, Cordova
Fancies, Beaverteen and Corderoy, &c.
ALSO-White, Red, Yellow, and Green Flannels
from 25 to 75 cents; very superior, yard wilde at 50
cts. Canton Flannels, Rose and Whitney Blankets,
PI 1; 1i..-\ .. !. ,i r 'ith q r noral assortmnent of
F \-hll th (.i l' u ,.r i .... .i w ich will
be sol wholesale and retail at such prices as cannot
fail to please. Persons that want .. I -.1 ds at low
prices will please call at No. 13 Ini....i- street 3rd,
door west of Market Spac".
.is S9 DORSEY NELSqON.
J FoIuN EY rROVE 21 SOUTH- CIHARLEs
J STREET, offers for sale at wholesale
Gelai -.r ...1.:. -
Irisn \I.. i and 2
English Rhu batlb
Aloes, Hepatic, Soc. and Barb
Purpl BROWN
Red Oxy'd IRON
Oxalic Acid
Lamp llack in paper and bulk
Ivory do
Drops and Patent do
Asphaltum
Sennas Bombay
do E.1.
Pink Root washed
W edgewood Mortars
Boiledh Linseed OIL
Japan, Coach and Furniture Varnishes.
T..n-rn,-c with a general assortment ot DYE-
",I''t I ., 5c. ji)29
R I ) 'I.t'u G PAPERS-
M :.,i.i, .r uNewsPrinting24X38
800 do do do 24X36
750 do do do 24X34
400 do do do 23X33
800 do do do 22X32
450 do do do oirX;'l
350 do do do *- .\
200 do do do 27X42
200 do do do 25X39
100 do do do 21X30
600 do Super royal do
2000 do Medium and Royal do-On hand and for
sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No. 21 South Charles street.
IL AND CANDLES--
30oo gallons Winter and Fall strained Sperm.
OIL, bleached and unbleached
1500 galls Winter Whale, bleached
15UO do Common
150 boxes Sperm. CANDLES
100 do Mould do-For sale by
- PARKHURST& NYE,
ja 29 84 Bowly's wharf.
5IROUT'S PRINTING INK.-Just received
a large assortment of Prout's PRINTING INK,
in half barrels and kegs. Also, Book and Colored
INK and VARNISH-and hor sale at manufacturer's
prices, by OTIS SPEAR,
21 South Charles st. Sole agent
ja S9 diw |or the manufacturers.


lI HARDWARE PAPERS-
I 200 reams Ironmongers PAPER
350 Kentish Cap do
100 Bag do
Just received and for sale by
OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No.21 S. Charles st.
F LAT CAP-
U 10 cases Hudson's Fine Flat Cap
5 do do Super do
5 do Speed & Sinclair's Super Flat Cap
Just received and tor sale low by
OTIS SPEAR,
ja29- d2w 21 S. Charles st.
CLOTH PAPERS-
20 reams CLOTH PAPER 36X40
15 do do do 36X36
12 do do do 26X40
10 do do do 30X40
25 do do do 26X30.-On hand
and for sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No, 21 S. Ch-irles sreet.
l Ot % K .,N-% ,-,) L -IiI ",-
150 bbls Mess PORK
120 bbis Prime do
116 kegs I\l D- I.frn li,, from barque Solo-
mon Saltus an. I.,, .lI.: l)i t,..m the what, hy
WILSOiN & HERR.
jai 29 d3t No. 71 &73 Bawly's wharf.
WRAPPING PAPKR-
W 600 reams Crown Wrapping PAPER
200 do Double do do
250 do do Cap do do
750 do do do do
200 do assorted Shoe do
Just received and for sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No. 2 S. Charles st.
(x UNNY BAGS-
25 bales, eact 250 large size G. Bags, suited to
cover Rio Coffee
25 bundles do 50 do do do
6000 small size Gunny BAGS, in store and for sale
by SAMUEL ETTING, No. 55 Smith's wharf.
ja 29 d6t P
H1L%1-. i I I ALI. AN IlLL mLLt. .LUVAj --
B ORSEY & NELSON have received a lot of
38 in. Black Italian SILK CRAVATS, a very
superior article. Gentleme n in want of a first rate
article can be acohnuodated by calling at No. 13 Bal-
timore street, 3d door West of Market Space.
ja 29
CHOICE HAVANA AND 'il.At l p-. p-
GARS.
A SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
Sthe .i ,.'-, has in store and tor sale on moder-
ate terms, a ci,,ii..,. and complete assortment of finest
quality Havana and Principe CIGARS. ja29
U 'i t L .01 II u..i,'tI. I.i,. I, -
T phan's Court of Charles C:., iny5. h- -nbscriber
will sell at publiucale for cash, lin .'- N Li.i hl BOYS
from 10to 12 years of age, being a part of the person-
al estate of James D. Mitchell, dec'd. The sale to
take place in the city of Baltimore, on Monday the
15th day of February next.
ELIZABETHl ANN MITCHELL, Ex'rx. of
ja 29 law3w James D. Mitchell.
'RANILELI, BANK Fli NIS--S3uuuotL jaK-
ln Boan) NOTES, for sale by
H. WIGMAN,
ja 28 Opposite Post office,


CLOCKS-CLOCKS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have opened a store
No. 34 South Charles street, which they keep
constantly supplied from their extensive manufactory
in the city ot New York, with Brass and Wood Eight
day, one day, and Alarm Clocks of every variety tbfor
the city and country trade, or wholesale and retail,
at their lowest factory prices. Their Clocks are all
warranted and are decidedly superior in style and fin-
ish to any others ever produced.
ja 29 S SMITH &9 BROTHERS.
STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK, LOU-
DON AND LIVERPOOL.
BRITISH QUEEN AND PRESIDENT.






IHESE Slear., Si,,...-ilier undergoing repair and
alterations, ",ill I :utit theirstation for the year
1841, as follows:-
NEW YORK TO LONDON.
The BRITISH QUEEN, of 2016 tons and 500 horse
power, will sail
From London. From New York.
1lth March, loth April,
10th May, 10th June,
i,, ',I.lm, 10th August,
Inriii o...i 10th October,
lli,' i .t l10th Dec.
NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL.
The PRESIDENT, of 2366 tons and--horse
power, Lieut. R. Roberts, IR. N. commander, will
sail
From Liverpool, From New York.
l10th Feb., 10th March,
10th April, loth May,
01th June, 10oth July,
l10th August, 10th Sept.,
10th October, 10th Nov.
The rate of passage in the Main Saloon is $130,
and all other berths aft S120: fore saloon, $80, ex-
clusive of wines, which will be furnished on call.-
Stewards lees $6,66.
The British Queen will take 600 to 800 tons cargo.
The President will take 1000 tons eir.,r.
Plans of.the accommodations of t'oiti, .aip, may be
seen at the Agent's office.
For freight or passage, apply t,-
WADSWORTI &- SMITH,
4 Jones' lane, rear of 193 Front st New York.
or to GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ja 28 d4t Lombard street. Baltimore.
i k 'onI. i! \1 K_-I-It .k i ;.', .5 iA-. U -
1 KET''-The coppered and copper fastened A. I
Amrerican barque LOUISA, James A. Hobeon, mas-
ter; will be i pl,:l].-.i as above on or b-fore the Ist
of March. F-., tin,., or passage, having superior
accommodations, apply to
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
ja 29 P No. 31 South Charles at.
FOR B .1 I. ;. ijt ", I .:.. dii 11 l.N
l ,DA I Feb, 2d.-TI,. fine fast sailing copper
lasiened brig SHAMROCK, Capt. Goodei; is now,
i .I;,.. and will sail as above. For 200 bbls. light
:in-in.i or passage, having excellent accommodations,
apply on board Frederick st. dock, or to
W. ROADS.
ja 20 d6t P 61 Smith's wharf.
,, Fel I' MATANZA --The brig MIVAR-
i- !R; \lt. I'. J. Smith, master; will have iome-
iln.- ..I.p mi.i hor the above port. For freight or
passage apply to JOHN P. ADAMS,
ja 29 7 Bowly's wharf.
FOR NEW ORLEANS-New Line-
i The A. I. coppered and copper fastened brig
RAYMOND, Levenseller, master; is now loading &
will have immediate despatch, and will take freight
at the lowest rates. For freight or passage apply on
board at Frederick st. dock, or to
WM. MOORE,
ja 29 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
J FOR NEW ORLEANS-Regular Line
A The brig ARCHITECT, Capt. Gray; being de-
tained by the weather, will receive freight a day or
two longer, at the lowest rates. For terms apply to
ja 29 CLARK & KELL.OGG.
FO- R i11I' -LE- ,rF,.;[t s LNE-The
,,..,...Ii:.I .., n, IA11ES FISHER, W. Smith,
master. For freight or passage apply to
ja 29 I tin -'i limt'-'t.. 5 Spear's wharf.
F () ft ST.MAR S & ORT LEOIN
--'!, -, ,rrLine-lThe copperedschr. PANTA-
I.n., i uit. \Webster. For fr-i. 'it or passage ap-
ply to 1T11, -. HOOPER.
ja 29 5 Spear's wharf.
.'. FOR ST. MARKS & PORT LEON,
Vi 'LORIDA-Regular Line-The coppered and
l. i ,tened schr. JOSEPH HANKEY, Paddeon,
mailer; is now loading, and having about one-half of
her cargo engaged, will have despatch. For freight
or i, .1 applyto JOS. HANKEY,
j, -"Corner Spear's wharf & Prait st.
.'-' FOR CHARLESTON tFirstVessel-
",a. .turay,-Thte lineschr. HENRIETTA,
.t ,. i.* r, will positively sail as above. For the
bulk of 100 barrels or passage, apply to
THOS. WHITRIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
ja 29 P
f4 s F R C IHARLESTON-Despaotlch Line-
I in.n* Vessel-The superior new packet brig
I. ~1 1; N I, Capt. Croiiwell; having the principal
part of her cargo engaged andtion board, will be des,
patched in a liew days. For balance of freight or pas-
sage, having superior r:'r,..r ..,. .i. apply to
E. V. COHEN,
ja 29 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
*!'il 1 rt%5', a i ^ .n-t- i r, ... -- :,,e
II [i, ri. l \ [. ' p I n,/. Ii, in ,et,:,. t ,

few days. For balance of height or passage, having
superior accommodations, "ti' to
J.\'.K. RANDALL,
ja 99 P -- 104 Smitrh's hart.
sIlr FOR SAVA N N ,.1 -r ..'-
iJ=E 'I,. last sailing schr. MANDARIN, having
.1. l .i.i her cargo engaged and on board, will have
quick despatch. For balance oft freight ..r t. ,
apiliy to E. P. 1 ,i t i ..
_J_a_29___ P 7 1 Bowly's wvharf.
f .(> *'k I n,, Ii, 1 -%1:, --,t ,, l,.0 ,.. | - .1 I
'. \i .\ V ]; l \- '._k .', L ,.i I1 ,I i.i;
..* Jinli .: ,l:...p~icri. .\ 'i'p hi
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja 29 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
S\.e- FOR-N-EW -YORK-The new schlr. D*
I;t'.' WILSON, Capt. Pepper, will take freight
tor the above port at low rates and sail immediately.
For terms apply to
ja 29 THOS. HOOPER, 5 Spear's wharf.
.;T FOR NEW yOR.K-Despatch Line-
lu l:I schr. HUDSON, Cooley, master; canr
take there bulk of 200 bbls. Apply to
THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
ja 29 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
e lffI_ t ir S. l i..i-h -*,Ir,. ,.i ..i. uine
I- I,. superior copper fastened brig GAL-
"L' I ,'N, Ilurr, master; now loading and will have
despatch. For freight apply
ISAIAH MANKIN,
ja 29 P corner Gay & Pratt sts.
s Fil- N'o fi ^ I Oltl x-- ..r.i '. l\-..,-rle
Line-lThe schir SARAH AUGUSTA, t,1l
tIers, master. For Ireight sppIy to W. RHOADS,
ja 29 d4t 61 Smith's wIf.
t 1.)RI NEW YORK.-.Todd'a Regular
I.ir.e-The regular line packet schooner E. A.
.,I N. ..\', Capt. B. Biri.s?. roving a large portion
o( her cargo engaged, ciill ii. t1 with despatch. For
freight apply to J. W. BROWN,
it 29 P 59 Sminth's wlharf.
f. sx tFOKPtIILADELPIIs- '.' S-To
K I .,,, John Daley, iii-l. tf hit i..- [lie principal part
of her cargo now on t..r*, ,-ill ,:'. i[ as above. For
freight of articles ot small bulk under an dlock freight
apply to THOS. Hi- in .I'r.i,
j t 29 No. 5 Spear's wharf.


FOR RICHMiON D-Direct--HooPER's
,i. LINE-To sail on Saturday-The line
S,. I i Captain HArrington, now loading at the
lower end Spear's wharf, and will sail as above. For
freight apply to THOMAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper & Sons. i-ja29
I i I C H-IMON i) PACKETS- -New Line
--[jr, Vessel-The line schooner ALMIRA,
George Meekins, master; is now loading at the head
of Smith's wharf, and will sail as above. For freight
apply on board, or to
WM. MIOORE,
ja 29 Corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
$ I, FOR RICHMOND, DIRECT-Regu-
A klar Line-To sail To-morrow-The line schr.
MISSOURI, Kirwan, master; can take what freight
may offer and sail as above. For terms apply on
board, Spear's wharf, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
ja 29 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
NORFOLK AND PETE'RSBURG
PACKET-Regular Line-To sail To-mor-
row-ThIe packet schr. HENRIEITTA, Todd, mas-
ter; can take what freight may offer and sail as above.
For terms apply on board, Spear's wharf, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
ja 29 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
r NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKETS-New Line-First Vessel-To go
to Petersburg wharf-To sail This Day, positively
-The line schr. SARATOGA, is now loading, and
hi,.m I h.I:fher cargo engaged, will hrve ridepa'ch.--
'.. ii i, r hlt apply on board, at -.l 11'zn, ii %%i. mi i, or
to WM. SMOORE,
ja 29 corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
,ti .M l;''O. l.. i. .~ *I -- t^'i iT -;-!<* t i'.<
,i, PACKET-HooaPER'S OLD LINE-Oli Satur-
,, I ne schr. MEDORA,Capt. Meekins; now load-
ing at the lower end Spear's wharf, will sail as above.
For freight apply to THOIeAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper & Bo -., j-a 29
FOR GiEORG T(IO ., SV al, e-
Tt'rN &ALEXANr 1 -ti.1 YVesseh-Tie
lt.. ,,- .chr. SARAH ELIZABETH, McCul-
lough, master; having part of her cargo engaged, will
havedespatch. For balance o f ri:.'ht apply to
Ic-.i'\ I'. OWEN,
ja 29 Iw Patterson st. wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR( CHARTER-
I The schr. ARCHILAUS, Harding, master;
850 bbls. burthen.
,Tri.. 'hr. FRANKLIN, Bibber, master; 950
tA Ib- i ,irthen.
. I .)l i, :hr.'GOVERNOR FRANCIS, Shaw,
iaEiiJr i. 700 bbls. burtheu.
,at I.I- chr. PERU, Alien, master; 500 bbls.
brimt-ih.. Forterms apply to
JOHN P. ADAMS,
ja 29 7 Bowly's whlarf.
'm'c.. I.i... .. m.... . ....... r i.... ..
.. X-- %%'.l .< '1 'lH .,,.,,' \ .' .-, ,, .. *n i ,i!., i,,,,,,
=tl4.. to load for the %'. '. Indies 't p'y to
RUTHERFORD &SI]UII H1 i',
ja 29 11 Bowly's wharf.
. . . t ..... .. .. . . .. . . '. ^ i i
bbls. t'i..n.r-., to take a cargo to a port i n the
Bitist i West Indies. Apply to
R. & I. R. TUCKER,
ija 29 38 South Gay street.
FREDERICKSBURG PACKETS-
a Rllgular Line-The good schr. GEN. WASH-
I N, >i t IN, Capt. Creighton; is now ready to receive
freiht bor the above port, and irtii:.i on the Rap.
pahannock river, having a good fai mi- her cargo en-
gaged, will have despatch. For balance offreight ap-
ply to GEO. W. FORD,
ja 26 d4t 8 Light st. wharf.
0 ot ~EXCHANGE ON NEW
$3900 YORK, for sale by
ja 26 J. J. CORNER & BRO.


HOLLIDAY ST. THEATRE.
LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF
MISS ROCK AND MR. C. HILL.
THIS EVENING, Jan. 29,1841,
Will be acted, the interesting Drama of
THERESE,ORPHAN OF GENEVA.
Carwin,.............................Mr. C. HILL.
Therese............................Miss ROCK.
After which a new Musical piece, called
THE WELSH GIRL.
Julia, (with Songs,)................Miss ROCK.
Alfred........................ Mr. C. HILL.
To conclude with the Musical Farce of
FRIGHTENED TO DEATH.
Phantom........................ Mr. C. HILL.
In which character lie will sing, "Description of a
Batchelor's Dinner," written by himselLf.
On Monday evening, Benefit of Miss ROCK, and
positively her la i .ui.,ri,,e
Wlin rehearsal,a n. r, '. i V -:rP called, a day in Pa-
ris; romantic di,,,u.. rir.,:.u. 1 tr,. Black Domino; The
Fate of the Lilly oh St. Leonards, and a new operatic
melo-drama, never performed in America, called The
.Mill, Maid and Ferry.
itr-Boxes 75 cts,-Pit 50 cts.--Gallery 25 cents.
fi-Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be taken
daily at the Box Office, fruIi. I a uiil 2, and from 3 till
5 o'clock.
("g-The doors will open at six, and the Curtain will
rise at seven o'clock, precisely, ja 29
AUGUSTIN CROYEAU'S
ORNAMENTAL HAIR MANUFACTORY,
149 Baltimore st. above Light st.
T HE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the
Ladies and Gentlemen of this city. that lie has
just arrived from New York, where he had been for
several days, lot the purpose of getting his new in-
voice of Goods, just arrived from France, by the last
arrival, among which will be found the most new and
fashionable FANCY ARTICLES-Such as beautiful
neck andt head JET ORAMENTS, GILT PINS lor
the Head, a new style of VELVET HEAD DRESS-
ES, PEARL GIRDLES and other Pearl Ornaments.
Also a very large assortment of PERFUMERY,such
as the most pleasant and fashionable scents; milk of
Roses, Cream of ALMONDS and ROMAN KALY-
DOR fo r the complexion; Macassar, Bears, Antique,
Coralie and Indian HAIR OILS, Toilet SOAPS, and
BANDOLIN, for smoothing the Hair. An assort-
ment of Hair, tooth, nail and shaving BRUSHES,
Buffalo, Horn. Dr.-ir. : and Twist COMBS and
others. Also Pi'lI,.-i POCKET BOOKS. ELAS-
TICS, WATCH GUARDS, Children's LEATHER
BELTS, &c. &c.
WIGS and TOUPEES ready made, and made to
order,as well as all kinds of ORNAMENTAL HAIR
WORK, wholesale and retail.
AUGUSTIN CROYEAU,
Patent ;t ini. 5 ru, M ,k.-r
And agent for V. Clirehugh'" el l.i l,i-.l l'i' ,.:.'lnr r-
ous1 ja 29
4I BAi.TIPIOIOREi NEAR GAY STREET.
DAVISON'S MUCH APPROVED PATENT
PRACTICALLY EFFICIENT


MUSCULAR GUIDE
To the acquisition ol beautiutl, cuiorrect and rapid
PENMANSHIP.
T HE best evidence in support of any thing is its
continued success in -u-,',- irr te object propos-
ed. The MUSCULAR I. i ni t.,; stood the sever-
est scrutiny both in theory and practice, and in no
case has it proved otherwise than convincing. The
Maryland Institute of Teachers, after having the plan
under iT .i ti. hir. nI I.,r two or three months, has ap-
proved r.1 iit l..I.'i Fi fni- .r, and practice. The Patriot
in an editorial says "the Guide deserves to rank high
in favor and patronage of a discerning and enlighten-
ed public." The Sun also says in an editorial that
"lthe Guide commends itself to the common sense of
the most ordinary capacity and none can remain un-
convinaced of its vast practical utility." Duff Green
the editor of the Pilot andi Transcript pronounces the
plan a "great improvement." And the editors of the
Clipper join in commendation of it. A number of
schools have adopted the Guide and testimonials from
time to time from individuals of the highest standing
have been presented to the public. After all the fore-
going, who can remain unconvinced?
N. B. Rooms open day and evening. Classes meet
at all hours of the day-Ladies at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Rooms 41 Baltimore street, ia 29
'* 1j1 IS TO GIVE NOTICE--Tiat the
subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court
of Baltimore county, letters ofadminstration with the
will annexed on the personal estate of JAMES HER-
ON, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav-
ing claims against the said deceased are hereby warn-
ed to exhibit tile same with the vouchers thereof, to
there subscriber, on or before thire 30th day of July 1841,
otherwise they may by law be excluded from all
benefit of the said estate. All persons indebted to said
deceased are I. .,-.-I,.I 1., ioke immediate payment.
Given under ii, ita,,].ihr,- :.:i dayofJanuary, 1841.
ALEXANDER HERON, Adm'r.
j.a 29 law4w*
& ITUATION V WANTE --By a young man in
17 an Importing, Commission or Jobbing House,
who has had several years experience in business in
this city. -i .,..,.., i .- i.-i, ,- . *.',astocapacity
&c. Addr.a I .". iJ. ii,,tni .1i i ',.- .st (office.
Ja 29 4tl?*
REAL ESTATE AGENCY .
No. 27 SECOND STREET.
'i.P).V VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
1 I .I -One two story Brick HOUSE fronting
ou South High st. near Pratt street, 14 feet
l.i. ini, with a ground rent $150 per foot.-
lmi l oiico inse is in c.-,iil.t. .. -'., and will be a
desirable situation for a -mi l u .,'o it contains 8
rooms and is very convenient. Also one two story
FRAME HI-lOUSE at the corner ol Exeter and Gay
street, front on Gay street 40 feet and ti..tron : l.xeter
street 39 test:--only $20 groundre,,' I .. that
would wish to carry ori the Grocery business will
have an opportunity of purchasing a desirable stand
--also, we have on hand a very extensive list
of city property which we will be glad to offer at
private sale. Also several very desirable FARMS-
one on tine Falls Road andt one lying between Harlord
and York Turnpike Roads, and others at a more re-
mnote distance. Call on
ja 29 BOSLEY & KNIGHTON.
J UL P l'I ''l 'lhl' l I ,it,. i 'i, r ,.irin ,j. o10
do every d!ecitip'ion of.lob Printing in the very
best manner, and as cheap as it can be done in this
or any other city in the Unioi. Such as-
CARDS. PRICES CURRENT,
HANDBILLS, CHECKS.
CIRCULARS, BILLS OF LADING,&c.
BILLS, &c.
NOTES,
JOS. ROBINSON, Circulating Library,
ja 29 110 Baltimore st.
GREAT LUCK AT l.ltil (-u'-~
r111E Splendedi Prize of 1 ,in ,, I.l-,, i.. .-. i
S 30 73, in a Whole Ticket forwarded per crder, to
Frostburg, Md. Also a prize of 1,000 Dollars in same
Lottery, (Wedniesday's M:a-[ryh-.t.) sold to a Lady of
this City, at the trifling u n. I r i.25, this is the way
EMORY S CO., treat all who purchase at their tru-
ly fortunate office.
RICII AND BRILLIANT SCHEME.
THE VIRGINIA LOTTERY, which draws '1O
MORROW, (Saturday,) containing the Grand Prize
of
1004.0 DOLLARS,
IN 100 PRIZES OF 1,000 DOLLARS EACH!!
30,000 IOLLARS, 1 10 OF $300,
10,000 DOI.L'l.MI, 1O OF $250,
5,000 I] 1,. i.hu, | 84 OF $200,
2,500 DOLLARS, &c. &c.
Whole Tickets only $10,-Halves $55,--Quarters
is ....." EC.',,,,, $1,25.
m:-l'r'irnl, i., i.,t the great Prize Sellers.
No. 2 Calvert street,
ja 29 ItEEMORY & CO.
'B 1"^ &M ^ CONSOLIDATED LOT-
TERY of Maryland, class No.
1 tar 1841.-"o be drawn at Baltimone, Md., TO-
DAY, January 29th, 1841.--(D. S. Gregory 4 Co.,
Managers-)
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $...5 06o) 1 PRIZE OF ?-.o-,
1 '" i <11iIl l '" .hi i,.;
1 $2,500 20 $1,000
Tickets $4-l,- shares in proportion.
(SiSd tib~tftt100 PRIZES OF $1.000-
Aor1811 1e drawnatVirginia Stlate Lottery, class
A f0r 1841.-Te be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on TO-
MORROW, January, 30th, l811.-(D. S. Gregory 4y
Co., Managers,)
GRAND SCHEME.


1 PRIZE OF $30,000 1 PRIZE OF $3,000
1 $10,000 I $2,500
1 $5,000 1 11 1$1,000
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion.
D-Tickets and Shares in all the Lotteries (under
the :-n.'.i-.,re.,t ofD. S. Gregory &' Co.,) for sale at
the MN ,ni.cr Office, corner of Cily Hotel,-(Bar-
num s.)
I ja 29 S. SCRIBNER & CO., Agents.


NOTICE.
IHE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist-
ing between us and conducted under the name
and firm ofGADDESS &BENTEEN,is this day dis-
solved by mutual consent.
ALEXANDER GADDESS,
HENRY C, I3ENTEEN,
Baltimore, January 23rd, 1840.
ja27 _4t*_
a -P %i-'!i NER% II i'.-Ttie unidersigned have
IU this day associated themselves in.l f, .. C-liitj., .
ship under the firm of GIVAN & rulii'iL, I..r it..
purpose o: u.n-r n. i.'. the Wholesale and Retail DRY
GOODS l;[';%,l Nl', atNo. 49 Pratt st., between
Hanover and Sharp streets-and hope by strict atten-
tion to business to merit a share of public patronage.
GEORGE GIVAN,
SAMUEL MOORE.
Baltimore, January 26, 1841.-27. 4t*
DAVID HOFFIAN'S WORKS.
V IATOR, Anthony Grumbler, Legal Outlines,
Course of Legal Study, and Introductory Lec-
tures-fru sale at PLASKIT & CUGLES' and in the
principal book stores in the chief cities.
ja 27 __d3m? P
I l ).'' It % k L .-- r, -I, .,bo :, ,mi,'-,t Il.. W
itiI I' ,. iir: P t.:, Ir, al, 'n i i U ill I.c :- .1. t
public sale at the Exchange in the City of Baltimore
at one o'clock P. M. or, 'L D:l'I \YI next, the
3d day of February by -1..-r..h 1 IM HALL & CO.
Aucts. d4t ja 27
T ewV YORK,
IN PIII.ADELPHIA FUNDS-Wanted by
and VIRGINIA
CARTER, MORTON & CO.
135 Baltimore st.
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES for sale. ja25
1 -t)1-iti-i,:, i, i "',int,0o" and "small Orn-
III t.,." M \iilr ,.%r,.: itrom barque General
Harrison from lit',|.J...u, I-.s ale by
FRED. B. GRAF,
No. 39 South Gay street.
IN STORE-10 casks low priced MADDER
35 pipes high flavoured Holland Gin
"Grape" brand
2 cases superior Holland Sail Duck
50 boxes (1 gross each) Harlem OIL
5 boxes assorted Dutch CORDIALS
of direct importation, ja 28
IAlAR, LEATHER, &c. AFLOAT-
. 100 barrels TAR, in line order
8 bundles N. C. Leather, (part Harness)
14 barrels SPIRITS TURPENTINE, for sale
afloat by THOMAS FERGUSON,
No. 68 Bowly's wharf.
IN STOR,
Pitch, Rosin and Soft TURPENTINE
No. I and 2 N. C. SHAD
Patent Haydraulic Cold Pressed Castor OIL
Ground Ginger, Pep r, Cinnamon and Alspice
Waits' Baltimore Pafeiat MUSTARD
London Mustard, &c, for sale as above, ja 28


BALTIMORE MUSEUM
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
RE-ENGAGEMENT OF MR. YOUNG,
THIS EVENING,
AND EVERY EVENING DURING THIS
WEEK.
MR. OUNG,
THE GREAT EASTERN MAGICIAN, AND
CHINESE BALANCER, METAMORPHOSES,
NATURAL MAGIC, &c.
MR. YOUNG,
WILL OPEN HIS TEMPLE OF ILLUSIONS,
with Cards, Money, Eggs, Balls, Birds, Rabbits, Wat-
ches, Hats, Boxes, Canes, &c. with Magical Illusions,
Mechanical Feats, Metamorphoses and Deceptive
Tricks.
CHINESE AND INDIAN BALANCING,
After the manner of the Chinese and Malabar In-
dians, with Swords, Pipes, Plirt., F,.t.- ,rs, Serpents,
Wine Glasses, Decanters, &c. &c.
For PROGRAMME, see small bills.
PHRENOLOGY,-Mr. TYLOR, will give Exa-
aminations with Charts, during the Evening at the
Museum.
ir3-Saloon performance to commence at 71 o'clock,
precisely.
No postponement on account of the Weather.
-A.dmittance to the Museum and Saloon ONLY
25 CENTS. ja 25
SOIREE 11 USIlCALE.
M ADAME 'MARRAS. encouraged by her
friends, intends giving a SOIREE MUSICALE
on WEDNESDAY NEXT, February 3d, at the Sa-
loon of the Law Buildings.
The Programme will appear in a few days.
REMOVAL.
THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that
CHINA'HALL IS REMOVED FROM NO. 3
NORTH CHARLES STREET, TO THE EXTENSIVE
AND COMMODIOUS NEW WAREHOUSE NO. 198 BAL-
TIMORE STREET, where there is now open for in-
spection and sale, the most extensive assortment of
RICH FANCY FRENCH CHINA, RICH CUT
GLASS, AND LIVERPOOL WARE, ever before of-
lered in this city.
The preprietors have spared no expense to make
their establishment worthy the patronage of the citi-
zens of Baltimore. Families furnishing will not be
disappointed in examining thire quantity and prices of
the most complete assortment ot useful and ornamen-
tal CHINA AND GLASS WARE, ever seen in this
city, no exception. All goods purchased to leave the
city, are packed and warranted from breaaage,to any
part of the Union. O --T'his alone is a greal induce-
ment'.- tr,,ina;. ..;- E.M. KERR& CO.
( IiIN \ H \LI No. 198 Baltimore street,
is j28 3t Sign o'f he iarge "Ocltagon Pitcher,"
HALL, APPILE'I'IN & CO.
No. 9, HANOVER STREET,
HAVE JUST received a large and desirable as-
tsortment of BRITISH DRY GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich new style British Prints; painted Jaconets and
Lawns; London Quillings and Weltings; Bath ( assi-
meres; hair cord Cassimeres; super single milled fan-
cy Cassimeres; black Italian Summer Cloths; Persian
to; Lama and Astraklan do; Crape do; TIurkey red and
furniture Prints; Italiananis; Bonnet Lawns; Cambric
Muslins; Mouslines de Laines; brown and bleached
Drilling; mixed do; Gambroons; fancy Cotton Cassi-
meres; Marsaille de Soie; Brown striped Drilling;with
a large assortment of other descriptions of pantaloon
stuffs, &c. &c. &c.
They have also the agency of the Hamilton, Stark,
Massachusetts and other well known manufaclories
DOMESTIC COTTON and WOOLLEN GOODS-
all of which they offer for sale on the most reasonable
terms. ja26 dtw P
CEORGE & YATES, No. 12 German st. have
S received and offer for sale the following Spring
DRY GOODS-
PRINTS-New styles, bl'k and white,bl'k and Dove,
fancy and full Chintz and 9-8 plate Cam-
btic PRINTS
LAWNS-9-8 fancy, Tripoli, and bl'k and white
WHITE GOODS-A full assortment of Jones' 4-4,
5-4 and Cambrics, Jaconets
Check and Spot Mulls, Book Cord and
ChecK MUSLIN, spot and lace stripes
6-4 Cambric DIMITIES, ass'd qualities
Quilting PETTICOATS, &c.
GAMBROONS-Prince Albert, fancy Mixtures and
Imitation GAMBROONS
PRINTED QUILT1NGS and Valencia VESTINGS
SPOOL COTTON-Raworth's, 100, 200 & 300 yds.
Mitchell's, 290 yards.
400 pieces Wool bl'k, in green,brown, blue and Olive
superfine CLOTHS
100 pieces wool bl'k, blue and fancy Cassimeres.
ja 28 dltot
G. B. HOFFMAN & BROTHER.
IH AVE received per Powhatan, Oxford and Pa-
trick Henry,
16 PACKAGES SPRING DRY-GOODS,
ICO Consisting in part of
New i 1 -. I.,.,t and Drab Manchester Prints,
Leopard ,1.-I 1,i,,z. Figured Furniture do;
Victoria New Style Printed LAWNS
Satin Striped and Figured Colored MUSLINS
Rich three and jour colored Printed JACONETS
Melrose, Beyrout and French Printed LAWNS
Plain anud Twilled Suimnier CLOTHS
Fancy, Ribbed and Plain GAMBROONS
Grecian CASSIMERES, Fancy Gotha CRAPES
Imperial Doeskin-. ainrle Milled CASSI MERES
Silk WarpedtI in.. v.i]-.-.t CRAPES
Fancy Checked, and Bl'k and White Ginghams
- ondon Printed Qrr,,n.-., and Weltings
Barnsley White and Colored Linen DRILLINGS
Rich Silk Figured Valencia Vestings.
Cambrics; Jaconets and Fancy Checked Cambrics;
Fancy mixed ij.l ,Irirp.1 Cotton Drills;
Printed Silk at. I',.-ririn Bandanrnoes;
Verona Silk Fringed and hair corded CRAVATS;
Drab Genoa Cords; Black Cotton VELVETS;
Bleached and Unbleached Irish LINENS;
Embroidered Mnslin Collar-; ('ar- and Shawls;
Light style Printed Cotton r H \ % L.S;
Cotton Gloves; Imperial COUNTERPANES;
Victoria Robes; 3-4 and 6-4 RED PADDINGS;
Super Linen Thread; Fringed Linen TOWELS;
Barnsley 10-4a12-4 Sheetings; Birds Eve DIAPER;
Thibet oimb'd Hdkfs ; printed Silk SHAWLS
Gauze Scarfs and HdKfs; Muslin INSERTION, &c.
ja 25 2w P
I EABODY, RIGGS & CO., No. 7 GERMAN
STREET, have received per ship Powhatan
from Liverpool,
"dl ~PACKAGES SPRI G DRY GOODS
4 .5.^- comprising the following articles, viz,-
Coi'd Cloths BROWN'S FINISH
Col'd and Black single Milled Cassimeres, NEW
STYLES
Gambroons-Diagonals-Ribb'd Stockinette, Lastings
Summer Cloths-Imperial Worsted CRAPES
Wool Cashmeretts Black Verona Serges
Silk Warp do t Wellington & Genoa Cords
Marbled Doeskins-Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
Fancy Col'd and Plain Brown Linen Drills.
French and Neapolitan Twills-9-8 Florentines
Coi'd Casbans-Bl'k and White Roll'd Jaconets
Printed Marseilles and Weltings, Gotha Plaids
3 4 & 6-4 Red Paddings
New Style Fancy Lt. & Bk. Col'd Prints
9.8 Printed Lawns and Jaconets
9.8 Superior Printed Muslins-Furniture Chintz
604 Jaconet and Cambric Muslins-Dyed Lawns
Black Tabby Velvets-Victoria Robes
Furniture and Cambric Dimities
Linen Cambric Hkfs--Cotton Bandannas
Printed Cotton Hkfs-Silk Roslyn Checks
Superior Light and dark, col'd twill'd Silk Bandannas
Printed Saxonies-Linen Damasks
Brown and 55 hlrl i "'ht ,- in.O.
Improved ( .,,, .-.-.,-t', N\.'- of Canvas Paddings
Canvass for Sacking Bottoms, &c. &c.
ja 27 d2w P .
CO-PAR'L'NrKSIISHII AND GREAT BAIt-
Gr1INS IN DRY GOODS.
W ILLIAM H. RYAN AND E. B. ES-
TES have this day associated themselves on-
der the firm of.WM. H. RYAN S CO). for the pur-
p.,-. .no ,:..in,Ju,-'i[,r the Wholesale DRY GOODS
ItIl .l'NLsa, ri;, laive taken the warehouse lately
occupied by Mr. Win. Mallonee, No. 189 Baltimore
street, corner of Hanover, where they are prepared
hr.. 'iT- .'r -i-a ii.,,c. m.i,.' t. purchasers, having bought
otnin a i t .-t,,i MI 5 l\1 In.i, -'s stock on such terms as
will enable them to sell saleable and desirable goods
greasy below first cost-having selected only such
as are of that description. They are also receiving a
fresh supply of SPRING GOODS, and solicit a call
from town and county merchants.
WM. H. RYAN,
E. B. ESTES.
Baltimore, January 20th, 1841. ji. 21 d8t*?


T HE CONSIGNED, OF 125 BBLS. SHO-
VELS, per scbr. Superior, Capt. Seely, from
Providence, consigned to order, will please call and
receive the same as they are now on the wharf.
JOHN W. BRItOWN,
ja 27 Smith's wharf.
SPECIE FOR SALE.
k MEXICAN DOLLARS, for sale
417 by JOHN ALDAY,
ja 28 41* 69 Smnith's wharf.


COTTON.
63 BALES PRIME MOBILE COTTON,
6 per brig Haidee, in store and for sale by
STEWART, SMITH & AMES,
isja 28 P 199 Baltimore st.
I FRANKLIN BANK NOTES, to the amount
of $1,900, for sale. Apply at this Office.
ja 28 d4t$
I a A VANA SEGARS.-60.000 Choice Havana
A[ Segars-Regalias, Canones, Trabucos, imperi-
als, &c. which will be sold very low in order so close
an old invoice.
ja 28 4t ELDER. GELSTON & CO.
P HILADELPHIA HULL'D; BUUCK-
WHEAT FI.OUR.-Just received, 30 half and
quarter barrels BUCKWHEAT, a superior article;
for sale low by JAMES & WM. MARTIN,
ja28 d4t S No. 6 Pratt at. wharf.
AMERICAN PRINTS-150 cases, trom vari.
ous Print Works, of new and approved styles,
some very choice, for sale by
GEORGE & YATES,
ja 28 dlOt No. 12 German st.
1JEOBACCO, SPONGE AND HIDES-
125 bales Cuba TOBACCO
27 do fine ON-G
36 do coarse eSPONGE.
117 salted HIDES. Landing from schr. Colum-
bia, for sale by F. T. MONTELL,
ja 28 d4t 79 Smith's wharf.

COOK WVANTEID.-A good Cook, washer and
ironer, is wanted to go a short distance in the
country. Colored woujd be p-eferred, and if a slave
so much the better. Also a small colored Girl, say 12
or 14 years old. Also a middle aged white woman
who understands all the duties of a Nursery. None
need apply who cannot come well recommended. To
such constant employment and good wages will be
given. Apply in Lexington street, north side, 3d doer
east of Pine.uja 27 eo4t*
TAN PLATES, ItcON, &c.
30 BOXES TIN PLATES, IC andl IX,
O just l.r.lr from ship Powhatan
10 tons HOOP I.1.)iN, assorted
10 iort and Scroll do do
2000 lbs STOVE PANS.
Also, a large assortment of Malleable CASTINGS,
for stove finishers; stamped TIN PLATES; Jelly
Moulds; Candlestick SPRINGS; horn leaves for Lan-
terns; Stove Rivets, &c.' Allof which have been im-
po-ted by the subscriber direct, and will be sold upon
the best terms, by OLIVER PARKER,
ja 27 eod2w comer Calvert and Lombard street.
RGAN FOR SALE.-An ORGAN of supe-
rior tone and handsome mahogany case, contain-
ing six stops, suitable fora small church. It is in
every respect a very superior instrument, and has
been pronounced by competent judges to be equal
to anyofthe same power in this country. Please en-
quire at this office. eodiLt' ja25


PUBLIC SILES.
By Robt. Jl. Taylor & Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN 8TrKELT.
DAMAGED LINENS.-ON SATURDAY
h, IiN ING, 30thinst.at 12 o'clock, for cash,
on account of whom it may concern-
CASES IRISH LINENS, damaged on the
voyage of importation per ship Grace Brown,
from Liverpool. ja 29 R. A. TAYLOR & CO,

DAMAGED PRINTS.-ON SATURDAY
MORNING, at 12 o'clock, for cash on account
of whom it may concern,THREE CASES FANCY
PRINTS.
Damaged on the voyage of importation per ship
Grace Brown, from Liverpool.
ja 29 R.A. TAYLOR & CO.
My finm. G. Harrison.
O'DONNELL'SWHARF.

0N MONDAY NEXT, 1st February, at the
Warehouse in Eutaw street, opposite the Eutaw
House at 11 o'clock lor account of whom it may con-
cern-
1 CASKS HARDWARE, damaged on
4 voyage of importation, per ship Grace Brown,
from Liverpool.
ja 29 W. G. HARRISON.
By Richard *1. 7Hall X Co.
N. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE-STS
AUCTION SALE at the Exchange, at one o'-
clock, P. M. on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 2d
February, .
Pew Number 94, in the first Presbyterian Church,
eligible situated.
Pew Number 179, in the West Gallery ofSt.Paul's
Church, this pew is very convenient as to size and
well situated both for seeing and hearing.
Pew number-, in Christ's Churchbon the north side
aisle, and near the pulpit.
Pew number 2, in St. Andrew's Church.
Will be added to the sale at our Store on Thursday
Morning next, the 28th inst.(to be sold at 11 o'clock;
precisely)
One six octave upright Piano, in excellent order
One do German do. a well toned instrument
and but little used; both the above Instruments are
highly recommended.
Also, one Baltimore made Piano,and one small size
Piano, suitable for a learner.
ja 27 dts P R. M. HALL & CO.Aucts.
By IWever, Cannon 4 Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
MAGNIFICENT FURNITURE AT AUC-
S TION.-ON TUESDAY MORNING, Feb.,
2d, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at the dwelling situated
on the north side of Fayette street, three doors west
from Charles street, A most magnificent assortment
of Furniture, belonging to a family declining house-
keeping, among which we will name-1 superior Pi-
ano Forte, by Rosenkranz, of fine tone and touch, and
recently cost $350; 1 Piano Stool to match, 2 Brussels
Carpets; 2 imperial Rugs to match; t very superb
Spring Seat Sofa;l mahog Spring Seat Rocking Chair
damask cover; Pier Tables, marble tops; Pier Glass;
french plates; 1 Pier Glass do. extra size; Centre Ta-
bles; mahog. Dining and Breakfast Tables; Card Ta-
bles do;2 Damask covered Ottomans; I rich and beau-
tiful Sideboard; 12 mahog. Parlour Chairs; 3 sets rich
Damask Curtains, crimson, with cornices and bands;
Venitian Blinds; superb set; of 3 Ormolu Mantle
Lamps with cut prisms and shades; 1 set of 3 do; 12
very fine copper plate Engravings, richly framed; 2
six branch Candelabras; elegant brassand bronze An-
dirons and Fenders; polished steel Shovels and Tongs;
Bronze do; Silver Table and Tea Spoons, desert do;
Ivory handled Knives and Forks;silver plated Castors;
do. Candlesticks; Rich Cut Glass and China Ware;
viz: 1 China Dining set; I Desert do; 1 Tin do; &c.
&c.; 1 set Britannia Ware; passage & stair Carpets,
Hall Sofa; Brass Stair Rods; Ingrain and Venetian
Carpets; Cane Seat and other Chairs; high and french
post mahog Bedsteads; Marle d(to; superior Feather
Beds; Bedding, &c. viz: Sheets;Quilts and Blankets;
Hair Mattresses; Ladies' Dressing Cabinet; column
and plain Bureaus; mahog. Wash stand, marble top;
Chamber Glasses; Mantle Ornaments, 1 Ten plate
Stove; 1 smalldo; 1 Parlor do;l Cooking do., &c.&c.,
with a full assortment culinary articles. The sale
will be withoutreserve, for cash, in bankable money.-
The Furniture will be ready for examination on
MONDAY, the day previous to sale.
WEVER, CANNON & CO.
ja 29 Auctioneers.
N EW AND RICH MAHOGANY FURNI-
S TURE.-On FRIDAY MORNING, January
29th inst., on the second floor oft our Warehouse No.
28 South Charles street, we will sell without reserve,
for cash to cover advances, a small but beautiful lot of
new Mahogany Furniture, consisitingin part of 2 doz.
subperb inagogany Chairs, hair cloth seats; mahogany
Rocking do; 4 very superior spring seat Sofas; 1 very
fine extension Table, with extra leaves; Pillar and
Claw do; Breakfast do; several pairs of Pier Tables,
with Egyptian and Italian Marble Tops; Centre Ta-
bles; 1 mahogany Wardrobe; I Ladies' Dressing Bu-
reau, with Swinging Glass; mahogany :Scroll Hat
Hacks; 1 Secretary; 4 Pier Glasses, French Plates;
Washstands; Maple Bedsteads; 2 Brussels Carpets,
to match, nearly new, &c. &c.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE-Also, immedi-
ately after Ihe close of the above,we will proceed and
sell on the first floor of our warehouse, an assortment
of well kept second hand Furniture, among which
we name, Bureaus, Bedsteads; Dining and Breakfast
Tables, Washastands, Carpets, Andirons, Cane Seat
and Windsor Chairs,&c. &c.
ja 28 PC WEVER, CANNON & CO., Aucts.

OOK SALE ON THURSDAY AFTER-
NOON.-On Thursday afternoon, 28th inst. at 3
o'clock, on the second floor of our warehouse. No.
28 Soulh Charles street, we will sell sn invoice of val-
uable BOOKS, comprising Histories, Travels, Medi-
cal Works, Memoirs, Ecclesiastical Works, Diction-
aries, Philosophical Works, Plays, Lives of Disting.
uished Men, School Books, &c. Terms cash, in Bank-
able money. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
ia25 SPC Aucts.
DOYLE'S PRATT ST. DEPOT.
Opposite the Bnllimnore and Ohio Rail Road Depot.
D OLE had the pleasure of selling and cashing
during last week six handsome Prizes. Below
are a list of grand schemres for this week.
TUESDAY, $12,000;-for $4,-to be drawn in
Alexandria.
WEDNESDAY, $20,000-for $5,-in Baltimore.
THURSDAY, $10,000-for $4,-in Alexandria.
FRIDAY, $16,000-for $4--in Baltimore.
On SATURDAY, a splendid Virginia Leesburg
Lottery, will be drawn at Alexandria, Capital Prize
$30,000; 100 prizes of $1,000 are $S 100,000. Whole
Tickets only $10,-shares in proportion.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers-by
the package, single ticket, or share. Orders from any
part of the United States, for tickets or shares, enclos-
ing the cash or prize tickets, wilt meet with the same
prompt attention as if on personal application, if ad-
dressed to MICHAL DOYLE,
ja 26 No. 24 Pratt street, Baltimore.


C -PARTAI'E ISHIP.-The undersigned have
formed a co-partnership under the firm of MAL-
LINCKRODT & UHRLAUB, forthe purpose of
transacting a COMMISSION BUSINESS and IM
PORTING GERMAN GOODS, at No. 5 Hanover
street. W. MALLINDRODT,
E. UHRLAUB.
Baltimore, January 25th, 1841. eolw
ILK PLUSH.-A rich assortment of SILK
E PLUSH imported direct from the well known
manulactory of Messrs. Honinghaus & de Greiff, is
regularly received and offered for sale at the lowest
prices by their agent. E. KAUPE,
ja25 eod2mo P No.57 Beaver st., N. Y.
M ALLINCKRODT& UJLctLAUB, No.5
Hanover street, offer tor sale-
50 bbls. Poland STARCH
15 boxes Rhenish WINE (Asmanshauser 1834)
4 casks German BRISTLES. eolw isja 25
LBERS & CO. No. 2 German Street. have in
store and offer for sale, on reasonable terms
TUMBLERS, thick, half thick, and thin bottom,
common green ditto
BOTTLES, Madeira, Claret, and pint Porter
STARCH, 8 barrels superior Poland
MADEIRA WINE, GIN,&c. jai 11 dtlstF
1WALLINCKRODT& UHRLAUB, No. 5
Hanover street, have received by the latest ar-
rivals from Bremen, and offer for sale on reasonable
terms-
70 boxes COTTON HOSIERY
25 bales BURLAPS, No. 1, 2 and 3
25 bales BROWN ROLLS
4 boxes SAIL CLOTH. eolw ja25
BOLTIN G CLOTHS AI DI MILL STUNlrEb
A FRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOLTING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers'or
Millers on the most liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
MILL STONES of the various sizes.
JAMES CHESTON & SON,
je 22 d? Commerce street wharf.
EW WANTED in the Rev. Mr. Duncan's
Church,Fayette st. Persons havingan entire Pew
or a half Pew to dispose of, will please call at 23 South
Charles ast. ja 26 tf
N OTICE-The owner of a box of Dry Goods, lell
I at my store, marked D. Chapman, Baltimore, to
my care, will call, pay charges and take it away,
otherwise it will be sold for and on account of whom
it may concern. J. I. GROSS, Auct.
ja 26 4t


SPLENDIID NEW STYLE THREAD
S LACE AND EDGINGS.-Just received per
ship Caspar-
2 cartoons splendid Thread LACES
2 do do EDGINGS-of new & beau-
tiful styles and of superior quality, which will be sold
at reduced prices by GEO. I. KENNARD,
de 18 125 Baltimore st. above Calvert.
AUTION.-AII persons are cautioned against
trusting any of the crew of the Bremen brig Adel-
guine, as no debts which they may contract will be
paid by either thICaptain or Consignees. isja 28
DAVISON'S unilaorm success in making good
writers with his Muscular Guide, renders it un-
necessary to expatiate upon what can be done at 41
Baltimore street, ja 6
MRS. CARY,
CORSET MAKER,
ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of Bal-
timore and vicinity, that she has removed from
East Baltimore street, to-NO. 38 NORTH GAY
STREET, (nearly opposite the Lutheran Church.)-
Where a continuance of their favors is respectfully so-
licited. d4t* ja 28
UCKSPORT MERCER POTATOES-
1000 bushels landing from schr Emory, Captain
Wardwell, from Frankfort. This cargo is believed to
be equal if not superior to any offered in this market
this season, and offers to families inducements to lay
in their supply.
Also-500 bushels landing from schr Blackhawk for
sale low to close sales. Apply on board at Pratt street
wharf or to WM. GUNNISON,
isja 28 909 Bowly's wharf.
F RESH FAMILY BUTTER & BACON
HAMS.-The subscriber has just received a
lot of very fine Butter, nicely packed, in jars weigh-
ing from 15 to 25 lbs. Also, new family BACON,
represented to be of choice quality. Also to arrive-
Fresh Roll BUTTER, in bbls. and kegs, from the
Glades. Forsale by J. H. KEENE,
ja 28 d4t 12 Light st. wharf.


hPUBJLI) SALEU .
By J. S. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, CON.
NER OF N. GAY AND FRONT *STRp.ETS-
G ROCERY SALE-I will sell on TUESDAY
the 2d day of February next, at the N. W. cor-
ner of Montgomery and Light streets, (the proprietor
being about changing business.) The whole slock of
his store, consisting in part ot Coffees, Sgi,-. i ,:.,',
Wines, and Liquor, Molasses, Butter, Li.tl, tfco'i,
Starch, Stand Casks, Oil Cans, Tea Canisters, Brass
Beams and Scales, a patent balance weighs 2000 lbs.
with Weights, Measures, and nearly every article ne-
cessary for a Grocery, Feed and Liquor store. Terms
cash, in bankable money. J. 1. GROSS, Auct.
ja 29 4t _____
RPHANS' COURT SALE-By order of
y the Orphans' Court for Baltimore County, I will
sell on THURSDAY, the 4th day of Feb.. on the
premises at 3 o'clock, a LOT OF GRUlL' N situa-
ted on the east side of Long alley, near loss street,
fronting Long alley 16 feet 6 in. running back 50 feet.
JL* Improved by a smallbrick HOUSE and STA-
IBLE-Ground rent $12. Cne other lot on
M the North side of little Ross street, fronting
about 50 feet, running back 83 feet; improvements a
small brick House and Stable. Ground rent. ;,.-
being part of the personal estate of John Gill. I.tI i
1-3 cash, 2-3 on a credit ot 6 and 9 months, with in-
ternst. SARAH ,IlI L, A.hnx.
la 28 d J I (,hth'-i, Auct.
By II. IW. I9oot.
60 BALTIMORE STREET.
SUPERIOR BALTIMORE MADE FUR.
NITURE-AT AUCTION.-THE AMERI-
CAN COFFEE HOUSE-9th Ward in North Liber.
ty Street between Baltimore and F.,jit]t.--?iiir.g
off-On FRIDAY MORNING,. Janiary ".titi, ,i,
at half past 10 o'clock, the entire effects of the above
well known establishment, with thi good will of the
House, fixtures, &c. will positively be sold at public
auction for cash-or a reasonable credit will be given
to a person purchasing the good will-with fixtures,
&c. which are complete, and cost the present occu-
pant about $500, the household furniture-consist of
3 dozen Maple Chairs, 1 dozen Cane Seat do. with
sundry Slat Back Chairs-Mahogany Dining Tables,
Tea do-Mahogany Wardrobe-Bureaus-Mantle,
and pier Glasses-Ingrain Carpets, Rues, Fender
Shovels and Tongs, Venetian Blinds, Paintings, &c"
The Chamber Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Bedsteads,
Chairs, Workstands, Tables, Dressing Glasses-the
Stairs and passage are Carpeted with ingrain and
striped Carpet with stair rods.
The Kitchen effects are all of the most useful kind
-with a large Rotary Cooking Stove, e&c. The Bar
is fitted up in the neatest manner, Decanters, Glasses
all Cut-Glasses-Liquors of the best quality, with
Cane Seat Stool, painted Tables, Straw Matting-
Wood Stove-Oyster Box, Bill of fare.
The above house is well known and has a first rate
run of custom, and will afford a handsome profit to a
person who would devote his attention to his business
-and time will be given to one of good character--
apply to H, W. BOOL, Auct.
ja 23 eod4t No. 60 Baltimore st.
The Lease, having 12 months to run wiih the fix-
tures, will be sold together if requested. H. W. B.
fHE SATURDAY MORNING VISITED
T is a cheap and attractive LITIERARY & FA-
MILY NEWSPAPERof the large class. It contains
more original matter, written expressly for it, than
any weekly paper in America. More than Fosrv
WRITERS, embracing some of the brightest names in
the country, beside European correspondents, fill its
columns.
O8-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS,-.O
(PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.)
Single copies, per annum. $2 00
Three do for $5 0o
Six do for $10 00
Ten do for $15 00
Fifteen do for $20 00
9:t- Address, JONES, SHERWOOD & Co., No. 2. N.
Gay Street, Baltimore, Maryland. eol2l? .' 27
RINTERL'S IJNK.-Just received at tie tal--
S timore Type and Stereotype Foundry, (Bank
lane,adjoining City Hotel,) a good supply ot Eddy's
and also of Prout's Book and News INKS, coloured
INKS, and VARNISH. 4t ja28
OTTON-50 bales Mississippi CO II'TON, now
Landing from barque Alliothb Irom New Orleans
-also in store, a mixed lot of 198 bales, suitable for
the continental market, which will be sold low to
close. THOMAS & CO.
Ja 25 d6t P 196 Baltimore street.
OTTON & RICE-
S 40 bales new crop prime Georgia COTTON
20 tierces RICE, prime suited to retail trade,lan-
ding and for sale by SAM'L. ETFING,
ja 25 d7t P 55 Smith's wharf.
LERKS, remember at this season when you
C have leisure hours, that Davison's Muscular
Guide, 41 Baltimore street, makes counting house wri-
ters in a short time. ja 19
VEEAS-Young Hyson and Gunpowder TEAS, in
chests, half chests and boxes, for sale by
ja25 d B.G. ETTING, 56 S. Gay st.
IEES WAX, pur chased by .
B BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ja 8 dtf Commerce st,
SOW PRICED BROWN SHOE HEMP, Calf
S bleached and green SHOE THREAD, in stl 9
and for sale by WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
ja 25 5I1 S. Charles t.
M ESS BEEF-12 barrels Phila. packed Mess
S BEEF, of superior quality, in store and for sale
by SAM'L. GETTING,
ja 25 d8t P No. 55 Smith's wharf.
ERNAMIBUCO SUGAR-60u bbls. and 700
bags Pernambuco White SUGARS, of prime
quality, for sale by B.G. ETTING, .
ja 27 d 36 S. Gay st.
B l BARRELS FAMILY FL.OUR7Ij
100 store and for sale by
HAZLEHURJT & WALTER,
ja25 d Commerce st. wharf.
ARD.-150 kegs prime No. ILard in good or.
L der and for sale at lowest market price t1y
T. W.&G. HOPKINS,
ja 26 4t* corner Light & Pratt st.
gALL AlND WEi INjNGDRE;SNL-M Just
S received by ithe ship Casper from Bremen the
latest and most handsome style of Ball Dresses, u which
we offer for sale, C. WILLE & DICKEY,
isja 22 d4tw No.7 Hanover st.
JEIXSEL & STONEBRAKER have on
i hand and for sale a most superior selection of
White Wheat FAMILY FLOUR, comprising the
following brands-Clagett, Small, Overholt & Son,
Catoctin, Landis, Welch, Greenwood Mills, Newco-
mer, Welshants, Shupe & Boyer. ja 12
MARYLAND HOSPITAL.
N OTIOE is hereby given to the proper author.
ties of the several counties of the S tate of Ma-
ryland, that the above named Institution is now rea-
dy to receive the Lunatics of said Countiesas provid-
ed tbr by Law. Such patients however, will not be
received unless satisfactory security is given for the
regular payment thereof.
ja28 d2w R. S. STEUART, Pres't.
The Frederick Herald, Annapolis Republican and
Easton Whig will publish the above to amount o1 $2
each, and charge this office.


A FARM WANTED.
WANTED TO PURCHASE OR RENT.
A Farm, situated four to ten miles from Bal-
timore, contiguous to a Railroad or Turnpke running
into the city.
The Farm is wanted for the purpose of establishing
a Manual Labour School for Orphans and Destitute
Boys; it is requisite that the location shall be in a
healthy neighborhood, and good arable land. It will
be desirable to have a farm with a Dwelling House
erected thereon, and other buildings which may be
conveniently converted into lodging room', school
rooms and for work shops; so that the Managers can
carry the School into operation with as little delay
as possible,
Persons desirous of selling or leasing are requested
to address the undersigned, with a description of the
improvements and location.
GEORGE W. NORRIS,
W.H.BEATTY,
ja26 RICHARD LEMMON.
DAVII- H-OFFMA N'S WORKS.--7
A NEW WORK entitled VIATOR, OR A
PEEP INTO MY NOTE BOOK" isjust pub.
lished by Plaskitt & Cugle,of this City-and by Lit-
tle S Brown of Boston-Also, a second edition of the
author's "Thoughts by A Grumbler." The new edi-
tion in two volumes, of the" Course of Legal Study,"
as also of the "Legal Outlines" are now to be ihad of
those Booksellers,and may be found in the chief cities
of the Union. All of these works were suspended for
a time owing to the difficulties in the trade-and the
price of the legal works has been greatly reduced, to
suit the times. A few copies of the Introductory Lec-
thres, and Syllabus, may also now be had.
ja 27 PRCS PLASKITT & CUGLE.
National Intelligencer, U. S. Gazette, Philadelphia,
Boston Daily Advertiser, and New York Times will
publish the above eo3t and send bill to the Patriot of-
fice.
O HOLDERS OF BANK STOCK -) am
authoiised to negotiate for a loan of 1500 to 2000
dollars in the following Bank Stock at par value-
Bank of Baltimore-Marine Bank-Commercial &
Farmers Bank-Merchants Bank, Mechanics Bank or
Patapsco Bank-said loan to be secured by mortgage
(drawing 6 per cent) on property well located and
worth treble the amount,
ALSO-To receive UNITED STATES BANK
STOCK at 100 dollars per share fora lot of ground
fronting on West Lexington street 471 feet, Cove st.
230 feet, and Josephine street 115 feet, The improve-
ments on this lot produce $400 per annum, and is
susceptible of much greater, as may be seen-may be
had in fee or on ground rent. J. H. NAFF,
Property Agent, 15 South Charles st.
Who has several FARMS in the vicinity, and many
houses in the City for sale. ja 25 41*
U8T RECEIVEDTHE SCOTTISH JOUR-
NAL OF INTELLIGENCE and LITERA.
TURE, a weekly Paper, published in New York, by
J. G. Cumming-devoted principally to the choice
Literature of Scotland. Terms $3,00 a year in ad-
vance, single copies 8 cents. Also the New York
Sunday Atlas -Terms $1,50 per annum; single copies
6 cents. Emigrant and Old Countryman, received
every Thursday; single copies 6 cents-yearly sub-
scription $3,00. New York Albion-yearly sub-
scription six dollars per annum,single copiesl2l cents.
Bennett's Daily Herald 75 cents per month. Single
copies 6 cents. Weekly Herald $3,00 a year, single
copies 6 cents. WILLIAM TAVLOR, Agent,
ja 27 4t* 12 North st.
MANTED.-A second hand CARRIAGE.tliat
W has been in use only a short time, suitable for
one or two horses-it must be well built and in good
order. Please apply at this office, d4t ja 28
NOTICE.-A11 persons who were indebted to
lWILLIAM N.& SAML. GEORGE BAKER,
prior to their application for the benefit of the Insol.
vent Laws, dated to the 15th of January, are hereby
notified to make payment to either of the undersigned
Trustees. S. H. TAGART,
J. N. STEELE.
Permanent Trustee of Wm. N.
and Saml. George Baker,
Offices in St. Paul's Lane.
isja 28 4t PS


OST.-A Gold Pencil Case, with the letters H.
U-JM.n marked upon it-the finder will be suitably


L IGNUMVITAE, OLD uOPriKl AIJrJ rewsrueu oy leaving it at me amenricai omice.
CHALK- ja28 4t
10 Tons LIGNUMVITAE STORAGE,
30 do CHALK STORAGE can be taken in a warehouse on
2600 lbs. OLD COPPER, for sale by t Commerce st. Dock or in one on Rail Road near
F. T. MONTELL, Pratt. G. B WILSON & CO. Charles st.
ja 28 d4t 79 Smith's whf. I a 23 d P opposite Rail Road Depot,


!










L ATE SHERIFF'S S
writ of fieri facias on
ofl Ballimore Coumny Courl
the goods and challtels, l
Patterson and William A H
are Sewell and Joseph Ba
taken a Lot ol Ground, forn
ot Baltimore street anid Ma
timore streel, about '299 l
level t o a 10 feet alley, wi
three talory brick bouse l
notice, lhat on Monday The
at3 o'clock, p. m I shall of
title, claim and interest
and Win. A. Hebbard to t
erty to the highest
JOHN W.
ja 11 d Late Sheriff
MIDDLETOWN VAL
SA
THE SUBSCRIBER offe
lowingproperty in t
COVIN
Containing 4521 acres
a high state of cultivation
ed and divided into 10 fiel
but one, in which by remove
yards it can be thrown. 70
mothy, 15 in orchard grass
order. A considerable par
cust and chestnut fence. T
may at a moderate expense
meadow. For corn, wheat,
in the Valley is superior,
are now seeded 147 bushels
which will be sold with t
purch
The farm abounds with f
the wood land is
The IMPROVEMENTS c
STORY COMMODI
W UING, faithfully built
ALman OVERSEER'S-HOUSE
B RN, STABLES. CAR
HlIlSE, ICE-HOUSE (til
S .i' IH 'S SHOP with a Set o
riety ot other necess
RATE GARDEN, aboundi
Rasberries, &e. &c. A
ARD with the most choice
ble apples; a splendid
of the most approved kinds
ries, plums, apricots and
fruit adapted to the cli
tached to the Barn, work
power, with two pair of Bur
diameter, that can grind fr
or rye a day, in short it i
been on the premises as
FARMS in Frederick o
It can be conveniently a
into two farms.-Ttere
FARM HANDS that the purc
have, with their families
sold separately, not to go
valuable hand that has abou
wagoner, and first rate m
LARGE MULES, young an
first rate FARM HOR
COLTS, (3 by the celebrate
blooded mare) 5 or 6 y
BROKE OXEN-Also a lar
MILCH COWS, part full
hams and Devons, and a gr
Alderney short horn Dur
Teeswater, &c. &c.; 2 ful
HAM B U LLS, 1 rising 3 ye
THREE DEVON BULLS,2a
25 yearlings, part full bred
ous cr
Covington is 13 miles sou
6 miles east of Harper's Fe
Baltimore and Ohio Rail
and Ohi
AL
OAKLAND MILLS AND
tin Creek, located 3-4 ol
and Canal 3 miles west of
are on this Farm from 160
greater part cleared. This
tile, and equal to a'y land
clover snd per
There is on this proper
AALOG HOUSE, a NE
BLES, &c. &c. The Mi
I a fine wheat country,
kept in constant employm
with timber logs. The Gris
ordrr, but grinding corn m
dam is the best on the Cat
ple affording a good suppl
Mills on the Creek are def
els of Wheat and 20 bushe
the balance of the cleared
consider the property of
manufacturing purposes, an
power property on the Ca
in the
Persons desirous of purch
perty or any part there f
Howard, Esq. President of
timore, or to the subscrib
lin Bank notes or endors
Bank will be rec
JAMES L.
Covingtop, 8th
Immediate possessionwi
Mils and Farm-also a suf
to enable the purchaser to
possession by the 10th Jun
Stock is sold.
REAL STAT
No. 27 SEC
VALUABLE TAVER
V SALE. -One three store
J .ing on Hanover street
1 Market25 feet, running
if a large three story b
complete order with every
house. This house only th
best materials and built
under the whole house bac
Garden, containing 8 acres
Road. Improvements are
This property will be sole
a variety of city property
desirable FARMS, one on
lying between Harford a
and others at a more r
de 29 BO
TO
HE SUBSCRIBER wil
year, or for a short te
TIFUL GARDEN situate in
site the Carmelite Nunnery
Henry Moore. The garden i
FRPIrTS, such as PEAR
RIl&s, &c. &c., besides a
ment of SHRUBBERY an
A- comfortable DWEL
1V 1 premises, situated near
JUU~den. To horticultu
Lowers this garden offers
with. For te
ST. GEO. W
oc 8 P d Offi
J L FOR SALE.-The und
privs.te sale to close
FLOURING MILL o
It consists o1 a brick Mi
house, substantially buil
steam Engine of 30 inch c
Machinery for four run o
the above property is situ
hundred teet, running one
street, forming a square
and subject to a ground r
is not disposed of before t
on that day be sold at auc
at the Exchange'at
jai6 2awt24Mt _
AAFOR. RENT-The tw
Store house on the no
i near Sharp street, ove
and Dalrymple. Possession
apply to MAG
or to SAM'L.
oc16 dtf
--FOR RENT-A Small
Imted for farming or ga
55 Westard City line, a
dericr and the Washingto
this farm, and perhaps ext
Marl, Irom which a large
dug adjacent to t
aelI d4t3aw PS


AL FOR RENT.-A 2 s
=f in st Paul's street,on
UUFranklin and Mulberry
Ience tor a genteel family
papered and pointed, the
size, and the whole house
Hydrant in the yard, whi
ja 27 dlOtOt
f FOR RENT-That
If 1 I NG HOUSE on Fay
ti me and Cove streets
E. uiison. Possession c
For further particular
d 4 eott
FOR RENT-The
YTf DWELLING on Pratt st
J. ,,JL.v Exeter, now occu
p. ,,. Early possess
Applv to HENR
di& 28 d 4
F- l -'O' ALE-2 smal
I'-ti H ,-. ..,, Biddle street, th
toi stret, south side. a e
apply to THORNT
ja 21 No
SFOR RENT.-The la
I: \ l.Lt)W HOUSEin
ft L3.r, n'e.ol a a good tenant
and hie necessary repair
which will be
G B WILSON & CO.
ja 19 dl6!? P oppo
FOlt RENT.-TheS
a .tn.i- ,.her apartment
H tl ev%. Apply to
Hanover st
ia 16 2w8t Doct.G. S.
T.' ts_.Ek i-1ir,, ALL-" -i
We atea-ol Holhn i. vi lMo
Jua THORNTON&
ja 19 N
FOR RENT-The 3 s
1n T LIN G on Charles street
.laia st. A yri
del 9 P WM
FOR RENT-A two s
in South Exeter st. We
Cake Pump so caile
at the House.
REMO
RIC H A RI D UVALL resp
S friends and the public g
moved to No. 210 Baltimo
his former stand and nea
where hie has on hand and
large and choice selec
Consisting of super Velve
rial threeply, super and
Carpeting with Rues to
Fancy and Plain, Floor
Covers, and all other artic
most of the goods are of
and choice patterns, selec
trade, and Will be sold as e
terms as 1he same can be
this cory. Philade
Permois wishing to sup
article in his line are req
ore making their select


PUBLIC
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-By
J of Baltimore County Cour
Equily, the suebcriber, as T
at Public Auction. on
February next. 5 O'aE o
ALL rHAT PIECE O
situate and lying in Balti
the land conveyed to Joh
head, by deed bearing date
ed at follows* that is to
on the south east side of t
south fifty-eight degrees w
from a small white oak tr
six notches, and running
north thirty and a halt de
three feet, to a stone, then
east to the outline of said
ing on said line south wes
feet, until it intersects a
ning north fifty-eight deg
straight line to the
The terms of sale as pres
that one-fourth of the pu
on the day of sale, and the
stalments at three, six, a
payments to bear interest f
be secured by the bonds
with surety or sureties, to
HENRY F. FRI
No. 19 Faye
ja 21 21tH1
ELK FORGE
T HE subscribers offer a
valuable property
This property is situated i
of Maryland, and upon th
Little Elk creeks, and is w
of navigable water at Elk
the Philadelphia, Wilmin
Road at
The property contains abo
land, principally woodland
Little Elk known as Marl
creeks, coal houses, a
Tiand Saw Mill, with a v
i m ents for the accommod
Upon the premises are al
HOUSE, kitchen, counting
very large stone barn, with
ings, suitable for the fa
water is always abundant,
wood inexhaustible, for
several tracts of land, o f
posed, if not all together,
some of them divided into
rented out as such, or oc
the w
Immediately at the works
some of the proprietors, is
five hundred acres of land,
ment, divided into proper
very superior meadows a
properly altogether it may b
nations, if any, in the Sta
valuable or desirable. Its
ments, its conveniences to,
the Philadelphia and Balti
tibale supply of wood, so n
cheapness ot labour, the a
articles of food, and the h
render this property
Two of the forges are now
may be so at a very small exp
and implements necessary
wagons, carts, horses, oxe
The whole will be sold tog
at any
Those inclined to purchase
the premises, when every
and the property shown i
terms of sale will be lib
"Samuel Stevens & Co." a
ately attended to.
ja 27 mw5t
M ARBLE MON UME
ll STONES, STONE
BENCHES, &c. &c. &c
The undersigned trus
the 4th day of February ne
ner of German and Sharp st
expose at public sale, all
dess N& Benteen, consisti
melnts, Tombs, Head-Ston
Marble, Soap-Stone, Fre
ter's Tools, Work
The terms of sale for al
and for all sums over $10
proved notes to be gi
WM.A. T
ja 22 PS 2awts
NOTICE TO
HE creditors of Gaddess & Be
notified to fill their claims, du
with the trustees, on or b
next, when a dividend of
be made.
WM. A.
ja 22 2watlMM
CLIREHUGHI'S C
SPEC
THE TRICOPHER
ED COMPOUND is now
thousands who use it daily,
medy ever found to prevent
restore the hair that has f
remove all scurf and dandrif
diseases incident to the sk
hair soft and glossy, with
In stating this much of it
quackery is utterly discar
will be warranted, under a
which the proprietor can re
who have experienced the m
is in possession of number
quarters of the country. T
cim
Boston, Oct
"It is with the greatest p
the immense benefit I hav
pherous of Mr. V. Clirehu
fine growth of hair coming
tirely bald for nearly four
all the nostrums which hav
but without effect.
"As regards Mr. Colby, hi
ing. He has worn a spring
and at first had scarce suf
the clasp. The top of his
with eraplions and in fact
in need of a whole wig.
two bottles of the Tricophe
ed. His case is inc
.. A. S
Hair Dresser, Tre
"New York. Ap
"This is to certify that I
dicated Compound for the
at the sides and back of my
time I first applied it. It
ing now very healthy and
head has been bald for some
the Compound the hair has
have full confidence of its
any who still remain incred
reter them to me, when th
stration.
Ladies and gentlemen are
of all nostrums composed of
matter. Ignorant pretender
but 15 years of experien
medical faculty sustain me,
substances are most injurio
symptom of wea
Price $1 per bottle. To b
Hair Cutting Saloon, New
Broadway up stairs
AUGUST CROYEA
se 25-eoly 149 Baltimo
COMPOUND SYRU
BIC-For Coughs, Col
Cough, Pains and Soreness
Consumption, Hoarseness,
Diseases of the Breast
Thit Syrup is compos
bined with such othe reme
long experience, best calcul
above named diseases. It
world as a new discovery,
medy, prepared according
eminent Physician, which
when other remedies have b
bene
It is particularly recom
Scientific preparation, rea
lated to fulfil the purpose
Prepared only by G.K.
Baltimore and High street
Washington by R. S. Pat
by O M. Linthicum.


T HOMSONIAN MED
SThomson's Patent Fam
son's Lectures on the Th
Thomsunian Recorder, first
volumes; also, Dr. A. Cu
several members of the re
the Thomsonian Botanic P
active merits of thei
The subscribers having a
Dr.Samuel Thomson, the in
tern of Medicine, general
Thomsonian System, which
perior to any thing yet di
all the diseases which the
which has been tested by t
United
The firmnwillbe known b
er & Co.. They have ere
eight horse power engine f
manufacturing Thomsonia
cludtng entirely all kinds o
of the vegetable kingdom,
ous or deleterious quality
determination is to prepare
best materials that our co
very best manner, so that a
them in their purity may h
so. and to prevent impositi
ly practised upon the public
They have on hand the larg
lection[ofThomsonian Medi
comprising all the various
clesrecommended by Dr.
prior Wine Bitters, for t
are afflicted. This valua
highly beneficial in restore
stomach of weak and
All personsdesirous of pu
articles, will please to call o
subscribers, in Pratt str
will be promptly attended
dating terms by the
GODFREY
no 1 2
STE
ILSON, HAWKSW
W Manufacturers of Stee
CAST STEEL
Best Double ref
GERMAN
Coach S
Genuine (L)
English Bli
The subscriber, agent fo
has on hand an assortmen
which he offers for sale
terms, and is prepared to e
The celebrated shoe and B
are manufactured by the s
Hawksworth & Moss's warr
used by other well known
but steel being an article
sic merits, he only solicts
will warrant every Bar
SAM'L. P
oe 19 Lombard
T DAVISOSN'S Writing
of Penmanship, 41 Balt
and beautiful writers are m
much approved Muscular


REMO
T HE subscriber has re
FA CI'ORV, LEATH
FA CTURERS WAREHOUSE
West Pralt street, to the
of Entaw si. and Carpente
Lombard
Having all things put in
prepared to furnish Card Cl
and all Nos. from
Also on band a large an
Manufacturers articles,
Roller Leather Reeds, Shut
Roller Cloth, Russia Isin
Bobbins, (Warp and Filli
Worsted) Washers, (all s
Potato Starch, Card Plye
Combs, Glass Steps, Brus
Cotton or Wo
Belt Leather of superior
der, from 1 to 20 inches wi
ted and sewed, for drivi
and Woollen MVills, Saw Mi
tors for G
All of which will be fu
terms by
ja P eo4t
T HIS IS TO GIVE NO
scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
estate of SAMUEL GODWI
deceased. All persons havi
deceased are hereby warne
the vouchers thereof, to t
the 22d1 day of July 1841,
be excluded from all benef
sons indebted to the said e
immediate
Given under my hand this
JOHN S. CLEM
ja 23 C _
TlHIS IS'TO GIVE NOT
scriber has obtained f
Baltimore County, letters t
JAMES MATHEWS, late o
ed. All persons having cl
ceased, are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof to th
the 20th day of July 1841-
bh excluded from all benef
persons indebted to said e
immediate
Given under my hand this
ELIZABETH MATH
ja 20 law4t*
HIS ISTO tuIVE NO
scriber of Baltimore, h
phans' Courtof Baltimore
istration on the est
late of said County dece
claims against said decea
exhibit the same with the
subscriber, on or before t
they may otherwise by law
efit of said estate. All pe
are requested to mak
Given under my hand th
one thousand eight h
WM. GEOR
Administrator with
ja 20 lawIt
StHIS-I S TOG-V E-NO
scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of E
widow, late of said coun
having cairns against the s
ed to exhibit the same wi
the subscriber, on or bef
next-they may otherwise
all benefit of said estate.
said estate are requested
Given under my hand thi
the year 1841. JACO
ja9 law4w*
rI HliS IS TO GIVE
S scriber hath obtained
of Baltimore County, lette
personal estate of MATT
said county, deceased. A
against the said deceased
hibit the same, with the vo
scriber, on or before the
may otherwise, by law, be
ofsaid estate. All persons
are requested to mak
Given upder my hand this
thousand eight hun
JNO. W.
ja 7 law4t
fHlS IS TO GIVE NO
S scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of JOH
County deceased. All pers
the said estate, are hereby
with the vouchers thereof t
fore the 15th day of Apri
be excluded by law, from a
All persons indebted to sa
make immedi
Given under my hand this
ja 15 law4t* J
'IIS IS TO GIVE N
scriber has obtained f
of Baltimore County, letter
of LYDIA WILSON, late
ed. All persons having clai
ed are hereby warned to e
vouchers thereof to the su
16th day of July next, th
excluded from all benefit o
indebted to said estate ar
ate pa
Given under my band this
thousand eight hun
ja 15 law4t* J W
r11HIS IS TO GIVE
3 subscriber has obtained
of Baltimore County, letter
non on the estate of M
County, deceased. All per
said estate, are hereby w
with the vouchers thereof
before the 16ih day of Ju
by law, be excluded from a
All persons indebted to sae
make immedi
Given under my hand tis
ja 16 CS UL
HIS IS TO GIVE NOTE
scriber of the City of
from the Orphans' Court o
of administration on the
GRAHAM, late of said Co
sons having claims against
warned to exhibit the same
of to the subscriber on or
next-they may otherwise
all benefit of said estate.
estate are requested to
Given undermy hand this
ja 1l.law4w P WIL
fHIS IS TO GIVE NO
A scriber has obtained f
Baltimore County, letters
annexed, on the person
BERLAIN, late of said co
sons having claims against
by warned to exhibit the
thereof, to the subscriber,
July next-they may other
from all benefit of said est
the said estate, are reque
me
Given under my hand this
EDW'D. STEV
ja 12
HIS IS TO GIVE NOT
scriber ot the cityof Bal
the Orphans'Court of Balti
administration on the p
BANDEL, late of said ci
having claims against the s
to exhibit the same with t
subscriber on or before t
otherwise they may be exc
efit of said estate. All p
tate are requested to mak
subsc r
Given under my hand th
1841. .
ja 13- law4w S
HIIS IS TO GIVE NO
scribers have obtained
of Baltimore County, lette
sonal estate of WILLIAM


County, deceased. All per
said deceased are hereby w
with the vouchers thereof,
before the 13th dlay of J
wise by law be excluded fr
tate. All persons indebted
ed to make imm
Given under ourhands this
WILLIAM HARRSO
JOHN HARRISON,
ja 13 1aw4t*
GENUINE MA
TipHE subscriber is prep
1 cute orders for genu
Wine, under the Brand of
the connection of this
Esq., till lately and for
General at Madeira, and s
old and substantial firm o
Co., perfect confidence m
being faithfully executed
lia" from Madeira, consists
qr. casks of Wines, the wh
ders, are referred to as a s
from this house. GR
ja 20 dtf

ANNALS OF ANNAPOL
tdry notices of that old c
first settlements in the vic
the War ot joi, igli-i-rr si
history of'Al "i lhml-, I. [ i
lic documents and other s
containing a number of l
ington and other distingui
have never been published
fed by David Ridgely, Libr
For sale by
No. 52 Balti
ja 23 3 3 doo
NNALSOF ANNAPOL
dry notices of that oldi c
first settlements in its vic
the war of 1812; together
the history ot Maryland, d
public documents, and oth
dix, containing a number
ington, and other distingui
have never been published
cited by David Ridgely, Lib
ry. Just public
CUSHING &
No. 206 Ba
ija 22 d4teo6t O t_
TO DEN
1000 OT STOCK
UM PORCELAIN
comprising an assortment
Pivot,Plate and Molars.
by all the respectable dent
be sui passed, they are pre
ral appearance and stand
those of any other manufa
and Retail by
No. 170 Balt
Refer to Dr. Harris, ) Su
Dr. Laroque, -ty, f
Dr. E. Noyes
ja 12 di
SLBS. GINSENG, f
30 u ja2 W. G.


FRANKLIN BANK
PAR FOR F
SOUTH EAST CORNER
TAW ST
Entrance on Lrzing o
S AMIEL FREV, since h
b burl iul t in hei, tall,
his Ware Rooms, so that at
fully equal, if not superior
the city, and having enlar
prepared to execute all o
despatch. His present st
sive assortment of the mo
sisting of Sofas, Lounges,
Sideboards, Centre, Pier,E
fast Tables, Secretaries,
new and elegant pattern,
and Windsor C
He also informs the publ
his manufactory, and that
very best stamp. Their w
confidence recommend t
wishing to purchase are re
the War
UNDERTAKING attended
and Hearses furnished, and
general satisfaction.
EDFORD AND SAR
GLASS.-The undersigned hav
agency for the sale of this
more. The Redford Crown
from ordinary crown glas
ness and beauty ofsurtface,
and lightness of color, by
excellence of the materials
sesses a remarkable lustre,
like the purest specimens
not being polished alter be
mel, brilliancy and hardnes
med by dust. A fall sup
PRATT &
ja 22 Nos. 27
A TEACHER.-A Teach
ployment of a few hour
private family or a iijr
of this city. H.e b.1 be
teaching the LaerfwlpMe.M
branches of Li-.ri.. Add
Post Office. d1
ANTED, by a person w
W a situation as regul
having but a smalllamily,
be expected. The applican
the Hardware bus
ja 25 BENJ'N. DAFFIN
W ANTED.-A young ma
training a situation i
sion store, in which busine
experience. The best ref
the names of the reference
this office.fic e
AMERICAN
NTOTICE.-The subscribe
S the public that they have
inga manulactory of
at the corner of Goagh and
Point, Baltimore, vnere th
ders to any extent,on the
be accompanied with direct
and engineer in the success
ticle. As to the utility
suffices to say that it is
been used to advantage in
Aqueducts, Piers, Arches,
Buildings, to securedry ce
all instances where properl
to have answered the p
knowledge of the article, to
will warrant it to answer
or no charge, it applied a
B. C
jy 24 ly J
SOMETHING NEW
THE SUBSC
H irfe,'i is.- by theti
4- -e Lwnr, fromrPa
4-,m sortmenit ofmuiaIn
a ?;.i .
Rose and Satinwood G
finest Instruments which
scriber
Accordeons with26 keys,
lect tone and ofsu
The subscriber hns like
Everhard from Bremen,
Piano Fortes, 6 and 61 oc
Rosencrantz, Dresden. The
very best Instruments fr
Instruments will be sold w
pleasing terms.
no 10
WILLIAM
PIANO FOR
_GRATEFUL to
71 "and the public g
fBl avours, begs
Them that he con
PIANOS, HAR
and VIOLINS; to purchase
second hand Pianos; and
made, or makes to order Pia
stools and music stands o
proved patterns. He warra
work, and his charges w
He is permitted to refer t
Petri & N
Orders will be received at
Liberty near Lexington stre
of Messrs. Will
no 21 eo3m*
GERMAN
THE Subscriber
ieipd byh late arrive
'tartly keep on
-iruman Piano fo
none imported
which they offer for sale
de t1 __ _
SUPER
BALTI
PIANO-
UST finished, two
The factors have spared n
bine in these instrume
TOUCH and TONE. Their
ling to submit to those that
speciment of Balti
J. J. WISE
No. 132,3d door above
oc 27


P I 1 OSU, 'IA NOS -J 'jb h
Ci-'.oar, h iiEcl Irinm
Dresden and Leipsic, of ex
not surpassed by any. A
correct copy of the cele
grand Piano, of superior t
a lot of fine Guitars, all
terms. Purchasers are po
examine them at
ja 19J.M ML
CHANDELIERS, C
R. &. A
BELL, No.
TiIMIORE STE ,
^
Agent far tesaeo
CORNELIUS& OS
GOODS, hae
and are con
ceiving fro
following| artl o
manufactu
DEALERS w
and 18 Ligh
GLASS DR
DELABRAS
ETS for th
RANDOLES w
3 and 5 Li.i-, ASTR
&c. &c. Itr-- above Goods
for cheapness of price, bea
cannot be
N. B. All Lamps from Co
ory are warranted to burn w
be returned.
WARRANTED F R
SruO
COLO
COCA
and ES
FRENC
BLO
AND CA
PLAST
PAR
THESu Su
ers begl
inform the
ers and t
that they
ed to furn
above artic
quality, at
est possible notice. 'hey
Burr BLOCKS, selected b
quarries i
Orders from any part of
panied with satisfactory r
attend
They may be seen at thei
nue, near Pratt street bri
Saratoga street
ie25
FEVER AN
9R. KERSHAW'S TO
AND FEVER MIXT
STRENGTH OF ANY OT
MIXTURES.--This Medicine
to fail in curing the wor
It has been extensively use
single case has come tolthe
where it did not perfectl
disease he can therefore
confidence that whoever w
statement to be true-ManyC
wheie the Mixture has pr
ing c
Prepared and sold b
Druggist, No.
This Medicine is prepare
as some persons prefer tha
and is composed of the sa
ture in a more concentrate
efficacious as the Mixtu
KERSHAW'S AGUE AN
kept for sale by those
ja 14
TO FARMERS, GAR
LIME-LI
I HAVE on hand and int
supply of first quality B
Shell LIME, for Building a
equal at least to any ever
which will be sold at the
ca
The Allum Lime-stone is
of Thomas Cockey,Esq., an
quantity and the shortest
Orders addressed to the s
corner of Gay and Front s
Coal Yard, South corner o
and at Hugh Dowling & So
corner of Madison street,
attended to.
oc 15 eo Agen


MR. ARCHER. (Graduat
deny, at West Poi'.
BOARDING& DAY C
DI
Lexington street, 5 d
BALTI
T HISINSTITUTION is
. embracing a thorough a
instruction in all the bran
Educa
There is a Preparatory D
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prospec
studies, prices &c.&c. ma
the Principals at the sc
made to Major Gen. Winf
Dennis H. Mahan, Prof.
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem.
my; Roswell Park, Prof. ot
versity of Penn,; Rev. D
Rev. John C. Backus, Re
B. Magruder, Dr.R.N. Ha
Dallam Esq., Win. F. Gil
Esq., Win. Reynolds Esq.
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gi
Rev. John Davis, Washi
Finney,'Harlord c.,,.', .l
STONE
T HE SUBSCRIBERS ha
tend keel ;,- .. I I,, ar,I
very superior i, fuiNE W.4It
sale at reduced prm:- .- t '
would do well to call as th
ed with both the
They have also on ha
TON'S PERCOLATING
article ever invented for t
it cleanses it from all extr
eration renders the most tu
spring
00-Orders are delivered in
of expense. BROT
jy 24 dtf Pitt street
PAUL, COCHRA
ENGINEERS, MILLW
IS
A RE now extensively pre
ders in their line, suc
gines, Water Wheels, Gris
Mills, and machines for
hogsheads, Cotton and Woo
common Callenders, and al
Printing Machinery, Hydr
Upright Drills, Screwing
&c.
The Foundry is suppliedd
ment of patterns of a very super
cing Spur and Bevel Wheels o
6 to 36 inches, a complete
and Plumber blocks,Water
and Segments of various s
&c.
Persons in want of any k
Forging, or Patterns made
call, as we are determine
made as cannot tail t
PAUL, (C'tiFN P
Photnix Iron Works,
oc 15 betw
NOT
HE COP A RTN ERSH IP
under the firm of
this day dissolved by mutual
ing claims against said fi
them lor settlement, and t
pleasemake payment
is hereby authorized to 'se
concern. T
Baltimore, 25th Jan.
T HE subscriber will con
at the oldt stand recent
Staylor (No. 66 South st.
on hand a general assortm
Cordage of his own Manufa
Russia and Manilla Hemp,
ment of Italian White Ro
sia and ManillaPlough L
He also intends making up
a lot of SUPERIOR FISH
ed of first quality tlig
would respectfully call the
ofsuc han article.
Baltimore, 25th Jan.
CO-PARTN
SAM'L. HAZLEHURSTo
WILLIAM T. WALTERS,
have this day associated t
HAZLEHURST & WALTER
transacting a GENER
NESS, and have taken a
street wharf, with the adva
Ohio Rail Road, in front,
in the rear. where the usual
charge wit
With these advantages and
business entrusted to thei
a share of p
All business confided to
attention, and every facili
Refer
Messr. Jas. Chesto
John Bradbford, Es
Hugh Jenkins, Es
James Hepburn, E
Christian Haldeman
Jacob M. Haldeman,
Thomas Elder, E
W. Patton, Esq. cash.
W. D. Lewis, Esq. Gi
Win.S. Smith, Esq.
G. W. Lyman,
Baltimore, Jan. 1,
SAMUEL
AUCTIONEER & COM
57 Wood Street,
LIBERAL ADVANCES m
S tion of GOODS, consigne
public
Refers to Messrs.
W.& SK
J. Forsyth
A. Phillips & Co
Wm.Holmes& O
JohnstonN
Mr. J. A
J. D. Davi
D. S. Turn
David Thurst
jaj6Oo
SANDERSON
COMMISSION
NEW OR
THIE SUBSCRIBER hasj
self in New Orleans
SINESS, and
To receive consignments,
advances
To advance on Shipments
kets, passing th
Topurshase every descrip
chandise
I'o collect Bills of Exc
and remit the proceeds-aan
tion to the RECEIVI
NESS, pledging himself th
shipments to his address
particular lines ot vessels
other cause.
Late of Phi
Refer
Messrs Hopkins
Birckhead N
Clark & Kellogg,
Duvall, Keig
Talbot, Jon
no 19
A C
GEORGE
ATTORNEYY /ITL/L
CH/N
'tONTINUES to Practice
of KENT, CECIL and
in the Court of C
Chestertown, Md.
REFER
Mr. Nathaniel F. Willi
Capt. Joel Vickers-
Messrs. Win. E. and J. B
door from
Mr. George R. Mosher, o
Masher, No. 38
Mr, George W. Krebs,
no 30


C URE FOR TET
WORMS.--We, the uii. -r i.
sure inrecommending an it-h
IAMIN HARRIS, No 18 So
cure of Tetters and Ringw
had occasion to use it and
desired
John F. Towner
Caleb Whitmore
H. Griffith Jr.
Jesse P. Albright,
John P. Howard,
George Rea,
T. E. Hambleton,
John H. Ensor,
F. G. Waters
Mrs. E. Shaw.
Jesse SlinglutR,
Frances
BALTIMORE, N
Having been afflicted with
,he last twenty years, at ti
cures and found no relief, a
the Tetter," I was induced
have the desired effect. Fo
sufferedd from the same cau
ELIZABETH
The above remedy can be p
af R. H. COLEMAN & CO. 1
SETH S. HANCE. corner o
HERWOOD'S ELEC
REMEDIES-For thie
SEASES, ofa Scrohiulous c
Scrofulous diathesis, and
Hypertrophy. These remed
a practice of some years
except those arrived at there
to afford great relief. Th
diseases of a Chronic cha
netic properties arouse a
continue that influence
CHANGE, RELIEVE AN
taken in any case without
injury. The principles up
are legitimate and scienti
played by many eminent Ph
of chronic diseases with t
They are applicable to th
BERCULAR CONSUMPTION. d
the Heart, Liver, Spleen,K
Swelling, Dyspepsia and
to Females at various peri
scribing the symptoms of th
which they have been empl
tion for thIe use of Remed
et. Satisfactory reference
tion to any of the agent
Baltimore, No. 6 South Fr
may be had at the stores
South street; Roberts & A
Ball. streets, and Slade & Da
Lloyd streets.,
SHEPPARD
NO. 4 LIGHT
AVE in store a good ass
articles, which they wil
reasonable terms-
CORN, white and yellow
Do on the Cob Fl
OATS, screened
CORN MEAL,
CHOP and RYE, i Sh
BUCKWHEAT MEAL, Sh
FE
Orders for BRICK and LI
de 11


ISTEAMBI
T" THE
V\
CHESAPEAKE BAY
ROANOKE R
Shi r-ir JuynFaI f1,r Ja
THlESTAMOA
A, _Jral P
POCAHONTAS
gag g the lower en
wharf ever
Morning at 10 o'clock irNo
and Roanoke
P.e-r.i4.r f.'r CHARLE
th uirl'.i ir irio ir. I
ar.ke li.,il Ihoal t.:. t ei
stance by day light) where
hours prior to the departu
to
Passsengers for Richmon
board the "Pocahontas" an
destination the day af
JNO. C.
General Agent Baltim
ja 16
No freight received on t
NOTICE 'Tl'O SOUTH
The Potomac ben reo
iithe SteamBotSD
AtSIBKB Tile
f^_ __S....E __ i''
I\ EY. will
n-,,".EVERY
al u '. cli, A. I. i..r F i
nect regularly with the Ra
Petersburg, Weldon and
leave Baltimore tfor W 4..in
at 4 o'clock, where they
calls at the Hotels in Wash
gers and their baggage to th
cha
Seats secur-do itr.., foh.
FALLS & (I I,.Ij ttepoi
and Philadelphia Rai
FOR BENEDICT,
flflffmriItS'' ".' iar
I I., !ie" a ATX
aF NT Bw.Be Iii oe
Iri"ef t t sa,,,o r. rt
I '. EIiAV,t
l3o v ,;1.I',it the same hou
ever 4,- .',','irci T,.-s
land ,1 %ha -, ioii i ehie ct
and other places on the Pa
turn tram thence on the T
Benedict at 6 A. M., and s
going and
Passage '. ,.r ih..,i theP
and fare to or from
Freight, as heietolbr
feb 22 Fr Sa & Mo
WINTER ARR
GREAT .UID I '1>-
MAIL l.INl, 11.\
(3-THE ONLY LINE CARRY
THIS IS THE O


ri..t % LLL'-.Il. -' T P1O,
S informed that by takin
for Washington at 4, P. M
ingtonF i. F F .r:l. .,,iri. 1
don, and 1 11 1. .ii. .I .
r iac lt I. I I, 't l ; I I,. i
c ji.li .21it,-r L ,., --tit.
t.:.ur.l h ite. I'.-kIf M ..l
lowing quick Schedule:
Leave l.Il.',,
reach l tii,,. ,-, .' P.
Leave Baltimor
reach Washington 6 P. M
Leave Washing
reach Fr. .1-. I.; ,l A. 7sr :
Leave .. I ii,-, cI
reach i,:-I... ", '.P. M.
Leave Richmon
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M
Leave Petersbu
reach Weldon, 1 A.M. 1
Leave Weldon
reach Wil,-.ir.clr.iI 1 P.M
Leave W il,1',,,
reach Charleston next da
660'Miles,i
As this Line carries
cannot be delayed,) atidd
ROAD LINE, it will be pe
Traveller, unless in some ex
is sure of a connection thr
dlent that Fogs, Rough We
ten occasion delay in a r
of which is by the Bay,-th
ejected to Sea-Sickness,
rIisk, rom boal- b-i.: ..: -
to compete amIt, ti,
IOUT
The above Line will be
CERTAIN and EXPEDITE
tractive-as it passes th
ment and in sight of Mo
and through Fredericksbu
burg, the largest and most
gin
IT IS ALSO CHEAPE
AS CHEAP AS THE
DON; and Travellers have
their BAGGAGE.
This is also much the
cheapest route, and the
interior of Virginia, N
at Petersburg, Virginia
way of Raleigh, N. C.-14
Petersbur- to that city. Si
the Raleigh Rail Road t.
Milton, D)anville, &c.-
This is the ONLY DA
and Pet
-t-P..--.. fr. f..r 1i leigh.
IIl l mlio', it'] a.:" IT
i.l' o ,rh ..: I 1 ,F., TL
,r., r 1 i i- tth .-.: .
A-Ii .....- a.II,- ii.. -I~l-taRi lra fiiP at t
A ., .. g I- l'i .l.,l|.,
*f i- ,Il
TO WESTERN AND O
TRAVEL
t, ....


THlE GOOD INTENT
leave Baltimore every
after the art ival of the P
For Wheeling, Pii.-.v..
and Cincinnati, via., a'.,i
and National Road, the
Through to W-,"-. -i
PILOT F.\ 1' I IN :L lea
o'clock for the above cities
as the Good Intent Lin
The above Lines connectat WI
OhioLii,. : i.,...--also,%v..
ville, t iir, ,.,ti, Louis
lea
For i i. r. n .,iironr.-.
sition ,,., d.. N... t
site the l.lr iii,.r.- ,i
HUTCHINSON
THOSE. SHRIVER,
ALPHEUS BEALL,
WILLIAM H.
de 21


N EW OPTf'--OIITION --
L TO $1 .-Il I.m Pioi,-r n
commenced ri-o .m i i-
Baltimore nd Wheeling,
Opposite
pa.,.-m rrs in the above
of 'lihe 1 .i0in-.- andl Oh
at 7, andi proceed to Fre
and Ohio Rail Road, and
tional Road, in splendid T
in as short a time
For seats and further in
only office tfor the above
opposite the R
Don't forget it is the
FICE. ja 19 d3in W.
A M1ERICAN OIL; or M
.5 This Oil is obtained pur
tural Spring in the state of
remarkable, it can only be
the Moon. It has been u
ber of yearsas an ,efficient
matism, ',Ili.i .. .pain in
Shorlnes- ol Ii ,if, Cr
Scalds, Old Sores, Wounds
Liver Complaint, Corns, S
ness, Piles, and var
The following are among t
en by those who have
Boston, Janua
This is to certify that I
flicted with a Rheumatic c
bottles of the American
health and strength.
Charlestown, Jan
This is to certify that
Oil. I had been afflicted
year, and I only used half
was cured. It has been a
1 have not felt itsince; I
sore lips, burns, scalds,
I am pleased with its
I H i' HAIJ
Cambridge, Febr
fhis may certify that I
Oil. I amn subject to be aff
been relieved on alli..-,
nights: I have uel i'r ..r V
blains and Scalds, and can
medicine I ever used
Arrangements have been
for a regu .i ,i 1 !. of t
therefore .- r" LuC- will
of Ihe agent. G. K
Ball. & High s
Price 25 and 50 cts.
i1
I-*- ^ i-





SPLENDID CABiN
JOURNEYMEN CABI
ROO
ANo. 10 South
f AVING disposed of a
l stock, we are now manufa
and most approved patterns
tothe CABrNET BUSINESS
design and durability of w
passed in this or any oth
sons wishing to purchase g
to their advantage to call a
stock will be entirely new
est selections of wood and
work
We would return our tha
couragement that has been
use every effort to merit
N. B. UNDERrAKING pu
jy 10 tf
NEW AND SPLEN
A The subscriber has just r
open asplendid assortme
THREE PLY& INGRAIN
and beautiful patterns; wh
mer stock, render his asso
of any house in this city,
that cannot tail to please;
any article in the carpet l
jndge for themselves.
e7 P No


RAIL
ANNAPOLIS ANDD


Fj lIIl ,\lni | ,,In H -l1d .
A i I...'. Ip'.ni h.,gnr.utit
sident and Directo
That on Saturday the 26th
at 6 o'clock, A. M. a tra
Company's Depot at Annapoli
with the Baltimore and Was
to connect with the trai
for Baltimore a
The returning train will
pot at the junction of the t
the arrival at that place of
timore for Washi
At 3 o'clock P. M. another
pot at Annapolis and reach
in time to connect with th
timore and i .t ..d,..u, ,.
immediately] i' i -x lr,,,
tra
The Company's Locomotives
and experienced Engineers
and well built. Every poss
to the comfort of passenger
be taken by the (., uiii'.t
portation and dri,
The rates ftor transport
foll
For the whole distance
Arnrtap.rlizal'd Ijltimo
For ii- i-I,..ie bih..i
Annapalis and Washingt
For any shorter distance at
ter cents
Tickets may be obtained at
more and Ohio Bail Road
Washington, which will en
free otf all other charge t
polis. And in like manner
pany, in Annapolis, travel
which will enable them to
charge to Baltimore or
SOMERVILLE PI N K
de 28 d21
I-I I IIMt .tN L 1. NL N


VU IiL CA'.t, hfa L.II i,.
-N to YORK and WR
LUMBIA,-slartingtfrom t
of North & S,,tr.nt-t ft
FROM \tilik "1 i rW
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clock, P
lumbia for York at I o'
Baltimoreat3
By ti'i.- ,. a, rrn-it a
Cars, Si.I,-,, r,,I 'i .iii Bo
phia, Lancaster, Harrisbu
with Boats to
Goods intended for trans
this Road, will he receive
North street extended, on
A. M. and 4 P. M. A tick
v, ,,il, I, to whom, and b
1.-ri) mi. articles, and it
must also be sent ta
ftc-It is also respectful
ry instance it will be expe
aiinI -Jir will be pompt
(;o.--'i, r,,,.l that no drawb
images, if not claimed wit
livery of
li-Nuitia can be forward
of 'i.t,- r...', between York
freight is pr
ja. 5 D.C.


f^-stit 4%Oh
1HtrR'K Ol.'
F THE Passen'er Trai
Ohio, and Washingto
IST JANOA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
do do
Frederick, "
do "
Harper's Ferry
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott' sMi
do 1
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry
"WASHINGTO
FROM BA
sI.
For Waishi.,Iatr, a,
dto "
FOR BAL
H.
From Washington,
do "
Passengers by the morning
can connect with the We
House;-adul those destin
the train from Harper's F
the Relay House in ample t
veirling train for Wash
ja 5 B. CHASE
EVERY MORNING
PHILADELPHIA, WI
MORE RA


fBmll l'. .sal l-,Gl--
I-U. T'rATES MAIL, leave
morning at nine o'clock-t
Wilmington, and reach Ph
clock, P. M. in time for
Yo
The r, .mml.,hi.rmb ICnoeto
ny tar ii.- ilr.iiinl..lu-
ease and facility of travel
will be continued
05-Colored Passengers mus
office before
*.*Packaees intended for
be lelt previous
de 23 PRS id A
Tlie MERCHANI)IS
PHILAD. WIL INGTO
RAIL ROAD

a k, L.Lr-.A L a I i L
tEIfi- 1 .cu1Ai.n .Il PP.,
DA 11.1 'iii.J_.i \(, I. .O
Merchandize and common
Goods will also be receive
spective stations on the ro
accommodate
(*- It is also respectfully
transportation charges on a
paid promptly on d., i, r -
duction tor damage% i ill .-
within twenty-lbur hours of
A. CRAWFOR
Philad. W. &B
Baltimore, Dec. lth,
'10T TIlE
T PAIGE & CO., No. 1
opposite tie Museum,
Ladies of Baltimore that t
New York a splendid
SLIPPERS, a very beautiful
article for Fancy Balls. Als
white and black Satin, wh
Selett morning Slippers, a n
Ladies and Misses Frenct
Boots; Lastingand Merino G
a t(.-iple l.-oh a --...[ien i '] l
w ,rk ,I rwiia) mt'-.ciim'eui
the choicest of French mat
superior to any in Ihe city.
fully requested to call and
fore purchase
. Country Merchants can b
of Ladies work by the
SURVEYING AND
DRAUG
T HE subscriber offers his
SURVEYOR, and respect
of their patronage. Hav
; i' ..: iu t-Ih.i e dei. n CS- i
mlI )..n,.-fr.,l c,,.: il Drae t
t01n: 8 i,-l.I,,iinm... to t
I-lEi- STi.- -n FAY
corner of St. Paul's Lane, (t
trance of the Mansion B
will be ready to receive a
and despatch, any
Plats drawn, either simp
topographical features of t
the employer; ard c plirg
when desired, a- ,ll as .
descriptions, in
ri.a 8 eo GE D
TlE SUBSCRIBER, being
S Madeira, where he purp
months, begs leave to inf
want of the Wines of the Is
the Pipe, Hhd. or ir. (Cas
Warehouse.No. 21 o'm-.ini s
To gentlemen, who desire
choicest Wines the Island
in packages to suit them
ers, such an apportuniIy
more than twenty years ex
ant in this city, together
deira, he flatters hirnsuelf
selections, to pleasetlthe tas
the qualities of all Wineso
pond in every particular on
sentation made. He can t
this, as the selections wil
onal supervision, and as h
Wines but what are
As the ill health of the u
parture for the Island, preve
sons who desired to avail
he requests that those who
their orders, will leave t
practicable, so as to ensure
ly period in
The different qri.ii.iic-j
any other information give
or otherwise, at my Wine
21 South street.
TIN, COPPER. A
WARL NMAN
STIEPIIE
No. "21 b.iL71
(BETWEEN FREDERICK A
FFFERS FOR SALE
terms BRASS ANDIR
TONGS, &c, BRITTANI
COFFEE and TEA ROT
SPOONS; KNIVES and
every var
He will also attend to
GES, after the latest impr
ing in the most remote deg
o1 others.) Also, Roofing
as likewise the complete f
Lamps repaired, bro
fj,-All orders sent to him
to
B. GILL & W. L. '
GEON DLt.
RETURN their Ihfrks I
age received, and re-p.c
uance of the same. Office
and Lombar
N. B. Teeth extracted at
ja 12


k-