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AMERICAN


C "O CIAI D AIL DV'RTI R e R





& COIY1YERICIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


VroL.-LXXXII... .ILTI7IORE:::.WEDA*ESiJr I aWOR.LVI, FER .vJRIP 3, 1S4i. .. i. -s


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
go. 2 SOUTH GAT STREET, BALTIMORE.
Daily paper, 8 dolla-rs- Coutry paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
In ae city-all new advertisements appear in both
paner-.
GI OUN D N U'i'--,'iai bn-hls tor sale by
-te1 J ( IOll '', Commerce st.
I O M1 I 'E SrONE-I1,1 rl,]i 1I..r -...Iale tby
fi- -2,
*i J I. H i',B '. ( _oruLS i i rCC .t.
ALDWIN APPLES-30 bbls. for sale by
0 WM. GUNNISON,
fe 2 99 Bow ly's whf.
F LAXSEED- 12 caSk I la\-,-.I.-l' good quality,
lor sal by G M. 1I.I,ERTSON,
fe 2 dst 50 South Gay St.

GBIR1CKIEAD S P1:%RI-'F.
fo 2 Commerce street.
'M OLAbSI.S--i'u bba .ini 30) tierces prime N,
0YE 0. MolatAe,., larldinqg a'rd or sale by
fe 2 CLARK & KELLOGG.
lIEOLAssE-1-iuj li:ir '7 ,.,i augar House
II lor ralei law by G. Ml. ROmlEItITSON,
lea2 i-. I 0 __ outh Gay st.
R U.SSETL APPLES-lii.i t.bi. in prime order,
. for sale by W%5M. I_; NNISON,
fe 2 99 Bowly's whf.
-T.DO-M INGO TOB-ACCi '--lii,, he., rec'd.
8 and for sale by Z.H. COOCH,
fe 2 eo4t Wood st Bowlv's whf.
^IUIL'L. K OIKANGES & LEMONS-i-160 box-
S r%, III prime order, for sale by
fe 2 J. CROSBY, Commerce st.
iALrPLTRE- 'i.-d . g '- I i*,,,ti, receiv-
an d for iale by ULLI. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 dit 5n southh Gay street.
0fDOZEN .-i t,.itSS ,stern BROOMS,
56 will be ,d1 IA lodi.;.
I Ie i MEIX'1I. & TONEBRAKER.
34) SADOLLS VENIS.iiN. I,.- .i. lriprmue
MV IKr sale by
ma2 i\s!Er.I\EI TI"'NEB.AKFP.
I~<-c.RlIAr (.'Il. H-S-1. 11I. ri .:i..-ii->r &
SSciS stalamp, I.-.r .,i.,. h\
ja 25 ', K A. K1A,1h I\l Mit.93Commn. '._e
OURG LASS GIN-Loopuyft I.. .u ,r HIir-
gl Gin. constantly on hand ai.-.l .r 4.,1 l,
ija 28 C. W. KAR'T'HAUS, 9 Commerce st.
I-ESS PORK.--i-15ortl l.is-. Ptli'i,i ...,-
lem lr. 1h 1. B SILsI'N 0 i'
le I ,i'if Chadl- ,i '.pt..-. I- R. Ii. L)-i...
FiIuA. I\' P .\ N Lr's--oin b..' i, r *r
A fricr.n Ground Nuts, for sale in lots to suit pur-
cha.e's by G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 i10 So S. G iv t next to Pratt.
B A R I HON -' N.Ir u-i,. I. icu s,. uare, first qua-
li Ily BAK ItK ON, lor ialL tI-
LOWRY & GILL,
fe2 4t No. 75 Bowy's wharf.
SLOVERSEED.-l)ii bushels CLOVERSEED
,C just received and for sale by
SKERNAN & STILLINGER,
fe 2 No. 17 Spear's wharf.
C lO'I'OiN --I al. .iLp.,' G.-.-igia Upland
C OTTON;just received and for sale by
E.P. COHEN,
fe 2 3t P 74 Bowly's wharf,
AVANA SUGAR.-36 boxes Brown Hava-
na Sugar-just received and for sale by
E. P. COHEN,
fe 2 3t P 74 Bowly's wharf.
M OLASSES-17 ltids. prime quality I i..i.,
T suitable for retailing, received and for sale by
G. M.ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
" ACE-In casks and kegs, of superior quality,
1 for sale in lots to suit purchasers by
GEO. M.ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 S. Gay st.
EkORT WIN E-7 qr. casks superior quality, for
Sale low to close, by
GEO. M. ROBERTSON,
iAe 2 d4t 50 Soulh Gay street.
'7 RAPPING PAPER-200 reams, suitable
W for Grocers, for sale very low by
GEORGE M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 50 S. Gay st.
O L Il NG E 'LO T ii --.\ i,,li i,,i,1.i5 CI frs
ar'iil-I Iru-m tihe be.A an.] ;,p-. r..ri- i atbile,
for sale by C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 28 9 Commerce st.
ALTO. CURED HAIMS, and SMOKED
. BEEF, in fine broiling order.
H. POLLOCK,
is ja28 10 Baltimore at., near Bridge.
FRESH ROLL BUTTER AND NO. 1
LARD-In quantities to suit lii;,i[il,-,, f-'. ,le by
I'. P,- iLl ii K,
ja 8 10 Baltimore st. near bridge.
G 1JAlAQUIL COCOA-17 sacks Guayaquil
VCOCOA, landing from barque Serene, and for
sale by B. G.ETTING,
ja 29 d No. 36 South Gay street.
SO% PRICfLD ilitil "'l, HIP[t.. HIfl, i ,f
L bleactl dnd .i-in mHi I'lldr'.\f> in r m '..
and for sale by I IIL 1.I.0 %I)ON & HENRY,
ja 25 1 ; C 'les st.
WRiI3NAldl t_. 1 t511, %' --n ..., .a(1 700
Sbagi P ii.mint-uro i.i: -'.li % \lf'. If prime
quality, for sale by B. G. LETI'ING,
ji 27 d 36S. Gay st.
1 BARRELS FAMILY FiOUR, in
B0 store ant for sale by
HAZLEHURST & WALTER,
ia 25 d Commerce st. wharf.
C L.OVI'E in SEED -'-) i De O,,r, l I. i min,-i- .. h, i.,-
SnitCl.nArn-e l, m1Tm .im, -, air.- L. ui ihi I- .
ing of the Tide Water Canal, by
LOWRY&GILL,
f 2 d4t No. 75 Bowly's v'iharf.
I OLASiSES-
AH 207 hhds. i Havana Molasses, cargo of brig
4 tierces t lmid upe-.r, in. r l.t, ,t'iin a,1i for
sale by 1 1N iln-.1 LL,
fe 2 d2t 79 Smith's whf.
EiALIA AND l.AV INA I.GA.ItC-
14 m Regalias, and 30,000 Havana SEGARS,Ca.
nones, &c. entitled to debenture, for sale by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 South Gay at. next to Pratt.
1 4 BBLS. CAsi'rot OIL
S 40 bush. CLOVERSEEI)
150 bbls. Ground PLASTER.7 to the ton.
I In store and tor sale by WM. OWV EN,
fe 2 3t Patterson's whf.
PONGES AND LIGN UMVIT .E-
60 bales coarse and fine SPONiGE
30 tons LIGNUMVIT-E, in store for sale by
F. T. MONTELL,
fe 2 d4t 79 Smith's wharf.
RIO AND MARACAIBO COFI,'EE.-
70bags prime Green Rio COFFEE,
150 bags old white Maracaibo do.
For sale by SAMUEL GETTING,
Ja 27 dt PP 55 Smith's wharf.
* nECKLENI0URGS,-A tew cases low priced
.E TECKLENBURGS,,just received per Europa,
from Bremen; in store and lor sale by
OELRICHS I UtIM \ \,
P 29 1t P 31 o^.iul, I i, iils St.
SB|INES--
^ 65 qr. casks Lisbon Red }
40 do do old White( Direct imports-
20 hhds. Sherry ( tions.
0 lqr. casks do 5 For sale by
THOSE. WILSON & CO.
fe 1 48 S. Gay st.
-1 HHDS. SUPERIOR WHISKEY
5. P80 barrels do do
20 do Old Monongahela do
100 do Superfine FLOUR, just received
and for sale by CHARLES TOUCEY,
ja 29 121 North Howari_ st.
G [UNPOWDER, IMPERIAL & ',Ol'.'.G
HYSON of the finest quality, at the old prices
Fmilies would do well to, supply themselves as.
an advance in price must soon take place.-
H. POLLOCK,
jai 8 10 Bait. st. near Bridge.
IOBACCt5.-
M 24 boxes No. 1 pound Lump TOBACCO.
42 do 12's to the pound do,-Of the well
know brand of E.C. Caringlon. On consignment and
for sale by CRAWFO1.D & CARSON.
fe d4t


AVANA S1UGARS-
14 boxes White Havana Sugars
10 do Brown do do
Landing and for sale by
SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO.
fe 2 No. 15 Bowly's wharf.
ABINET FURNITUi.E.-Made to order
at the shortest notice at Ware Room on Fayette
street, near Gay street.
IN STORE.
Superior SOFAS, a.i Ml,,.ga,'iy CH IRS,
Veniton BLINDS. ;.nr,. (l lill \ 'N-.
BEODSTEAIDS, Cllf.4, I.A) SiOl.'.\S, &c.
Orders executed promptly by
jy28 HY. S. SHRYROCK, Agent.
T 0 SPAR MAKERS& CARPENTERS.
--The cargo of schr. Democrat from Belfast,con-
sisting of-
2 SPARS, 60 feet long
3 do 55 do do
13 do 50 do do
16 do 45 do do
46 do 4) do do
1684 inches SPARS
450 POLES. For sale by
WM.GUNNISON,
Commission Merchant,
fe l 99 Bowly's whf.
W M. & GEO. McLEAN, GROCERS, have
on hand and for saie-
100 bags Rio COFFEE. part strong scented
O50 do Laguayra do
25 do St. Domingo do
25 do do (low priced) do
300 DEMIJOHNS, (5 gallon)
10 bbl. Domsni-mc BRANDY
15 do O.R.WHISKEY
5 do Accomac Peach BRANDY
3 puntheons Scotch WHISKEY.
Together with a general assortment ot Groceries of
every kind, which they will sell low and on accom-
modating terms, ja 19
WINEIS-
S7 pipes Temperance Port WINE free from
Spirits or Brandy
33 quarter casks aup'r Sicily PORT WINE
16 do do do Old PortWine,Page&Co brand
11 do do very sup old Sanderman's don-
ble grape '
24 do do yery sup. old" do treble grape
7qr. casksLondon Market Madeira WINE,
Santa Anna brand
35 qr. casks sup. Pale Sherry WINE, Hortez
S brand
140 cases Rhenish WINES, Hockhei-
ter and Neirsteiner, for sale by
LAMBERT FITTINGS,
J 16 at Exchange Place,


f PLANES OF SPELTER-In store and
for sale by WM. G. HARRISON.
ja31
U LSTER IRON-Orders lor all descriptions s of
rolled IRON from the well lAown Ulster Iron
Works, New York, will be received and promptly ex-
ecuted by the undersigned as Agents.
ja27 i d P HENRY Ti.'iAl P.'(%N &SON.
AALT.-TURKS ISLAND)
ST. UBES SALT.
CADIZ )
In store and for sale by
Ie I 8t (CRAWFORD f CARSON.
G UAYAQUIL HATS.-For Men and Chil-
J drien, Paos, Machitas. Brisu.-, Medias, assorted
of various qualities, some ue:,uiiluli) fine, just receiv-
ed per barque Serene, and for sale by
ja 28 W. G. HARRISON.
CHOICE HAVANA AND PRINCIPLE SE-
GARS.
A SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
the Bridge, has in store and for sale oni moder-
ate terms, a choice and complete assortment of finest
quality Havana and Principe CIGARS. ja29
PHYSICIANS
HO may have occasion to prescribe SARSAP-
ARILLA may depend upon the SYRUP and
FLUID EXTRACT prepared by
G. W. ANDREWS, Chemist,
Sja 27 No. 3 Baltimore st. near the Bridge.
BLACK ITALIAN SILK CRAVATS
ORSEY & NELSON have received a lot of
38 in. Black Italian SILK CRAVATS, a very
superior article. Gentlemen in want of a firat rate
article can be acommodated by calling at No. 13 Bal-
timore street, 3d door West of Market Space.
ja 29
CLOTHS ANt CASSIMERES.
IFFENDERFFER & CARTER have on
hand, a large assortment of CLOTHS, CASSI-
MERES and CASSINErs, which they will sell at
very reduced prices, to which they invite the atten-
tion ot the public.
ja 16 43 Baltimore, 4 doors above Gay st.
ISHING ROPiE, &c.--We have oil haniid and
ate iai,ti*,:lri,. it our Walk, FISHING
ROPE of ih,- i. u-r Iii-!,i Hemp, and of all sizes,
which we warrant to be a superior article; also Gangs
of Riggirg made to order, on pleasing terms. Apply
to JOHN lltk. LKl'.iN & CO.
ja 13 Shin Chandlers. kc., 71 Pratt ftieet.
F UL'-' i .iN I'lW.N T Ih ..-." ,,, '.. I- I.h 7,
purchase all kinds of shipping and Hatters'
FURS on the pelt, such as Racc on, red and gray
Fox, Otter, Mink. MAluskrat, Rabbit &c., and will
give the highest price in cash.
COLLINS & DORSEY,
ja 30 dst 15 Light st. wharf.
O1.o ItGLA!,S GIN.-Tile subscriber, sole a-
n gent in this city for the sale of this popular and
excellent flavored GIN, has lately received per differ-
ent arrivals from Rotterdam, a prime lot of filty pipes,
which is offered to the trade as a superior article.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 9 No. 9 Commerce st.
G UNNIY BAGS-
S25 bales, each 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 ET'TING, No. 55 Smith's wharf.
ja 29 dst P
fllILKS, IMANTILLAS AND SHAWLS
-9-Just received a splendid assortment ot fashiona-
ble deep SILKS, plain SATINS, plain and embro'd
Velvet MANTILLAS, 7-4, 8-4,9-4 Cashmere and
embroidered Thibet Wool SHAWLS, latest Paris
styles, towhicti we invite the attention of the ladies.
DIFFENDERFFER & CARTER,
ja 16 43 Baltimore street.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
TIHE undersigned have on hand an assortment of
superior CLOTHS & CASSIMERES which they
will sell at unusually low p i.r,-. i.i.t,.- aw i ., 'lioths
for Cloaks, would do well 1.. li i aid .1- it 1, can
be purchased at nett cost, Irom
W. W. LITTELL & CO.
ja 6 No. 51 Baltimore st.
ELL 'S LI 01i .ii Li I' A.'T i : V.-- V. I- i.,-
s on hand a general assortment of'Blacksmiths Bel-
lows, which we will warrant equal to any in the Uni-
ted States, at reduced prices. Also Kitchen, Chamber,
and Parlor Bellows, assorted. A .r i t)
J. K. STAI'L. i k' & SON,
258 .Baltimore st,
0- Bellows of all description repaired, de 9
11.Ai 11IS' II E tlIs.-The subscriber has
been appointed Agent, for this City, for the sale
of SHAKERS' HERBS, put up by the United So-
ciety at Lebanon, New York, and has just received
a full supply. Orders for any quantity will be sup-
plied at the Society's prices.
P. S. CHAPPELL,
;a I Drueja;.l No. I17'. lI- li,,,or- lr-e
,,IIit:FI'rIN ., &-DiAElllt!L -li,- I .;.7.-
5ber has on hanx a choice assortment of LINEN
SHEETINGS, I to 3 yds. wide, some very superior
quality Al.... Table DIAPERS and Satin Damask
Table "CLI M II H ,,ll sizes; with a eood assortment of
Table Napkins and Towels, all t.i r,. will besold
low and old Franklin taken in payment.
JOSHUA ROYSTON,57 Baltimore st,
ja 26 P 1 door above Tripolets' alley.
'I'ENNINT'S SCOTCH ALE.
T HE UNDERSIGNED I... h.rl..-r ,|. .irt.l
agents for the sale ofJ. & i.:r,'., -'l. Ie.,,
ted Ale lrom Gi..... beg leave to state that they
have on hand ii .i 1 always keep a large supply, in
quarts and pints-which will be sold as low as it can
he pnichased in New York. or any other market.
ja27 d P HENRY THOMPSON &SON.
3- 4i-i -;t G', No.-1-*'R -
A h .F (p i N.... I L-1 R0
1000 HAMS
10oo0 SHOULDERS
1000 SIDES-for sale by
G. CASSARD & SON.
67 Calvert street.
Who are prepared to smoke Bulk Pork in the bset
manner. ja 25
IL, AND CANDLES-
3000 gallons Winter and Fall strained Sperm.
OIL, bleached and unbleached
1500 galls Winter Whale, bleached
1500 do Common
150 boxes Sperm. CANDLES
100 do Mouldt do-For sale by
PARKHURST & NYE,
ja 29 84 Bowly's wharf.
DOMESTIC GOODS, &c.
LEACHED & BROWN DOMESTICS,
B of all qualities, by the package, bale or piece, at
the very lowest prices,
.ALSO,
English, French and American PRINTS, fine and
common, wilt: a t .iril assortment of SEASIONA.
BLE GOODS-ai ,-,I whichh will be sold as low they
can be fund in the city. Call on
B. H. RICH.RDSON,
165 and 173 Baltimore st.,
ja 22 SRPi near Ciarles
TIN PLATES, IRON, &c.
300 BOXES TIN PLATES, 1C and IX,
3 .t 'V just landine from ship Powhatan
10 tons HOOP lili,\, assorted
10 ot Eit..l .%.r..[| do do
2000 lbs STOVE PANS.
Also, a large assortment of Maleable CASTINGS,
for stove tinishets; st>mpedr TIN PLATES; Jetly
Moulds; Candlestick SPRINGS; horn leaves for Lan-
terns; Stove Rivets, &c. Allof which have been im-
ported by the subscriber direct, and will be sold upon
the best terms, by OLIVER P.\ IfK 1t.H,
ja 27 eod2w corner Calvert anil Lombard street.
NEW tACON AND LARD.
Lbftfitk~fht 1BS FREDERICK CO.
FBACON--Hog round
31)00 JOLES
100 kegs No. 1 LEAF LARD
20 barrels No. 1 do
T[ie quality o1 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 of 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.
PRiNTING PAPERS-
2500 reams News Printing 24X38
800 do do do 24X36
750 do do do 24X34
400 do do do 23X33
800 do do do 22X32
450 do do do 25IX35g
3SO do do do 28X:)8B
200 do do do 27X42
200 do do do 25X39


100 do do do 21X30
600 do .r.-.r r..i al do
2000 do ,ieum aid Royal do-On hand and tor
sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No. 21 South Charles street.
G LO VES, &c.-
SMen's Cuffed Woolen Gloves
do Lined Cotton do
do do Beaver do
dto Buckskin do
do White and Col'd Berlin do
do Buckskin Mils
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 tdo
For sale at No. 229 Baltimore street.
de 31 ISAIAH KROESEN & CO.
I" ACI'il :!.. lI.R.NG-, &c.-
1T- b7 t.[tl, N .... -,
143 do. No. 3, UTrKfB
143 it. o MACKEREL,
2 hf. do. No. 1,:
1 hf. do. No. 4,
200 boxes Smoked HERRINGS,
200 barrels Ground PLASTER,
122 boxes 8 by 10 Window GLASS,
145 do. No. 1 SOAP,
100 do. Mould CA Nllt'.. assorted sizes,
25 kegs Goshen Bil'II ER,
25 hhds. Matanzas MOLASSES.
For sale by THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
fe 1 d6t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
RICH FANC GOOD S AND RIBBONS
B TOLDRIDGE, has returned from N. York
this day, with a full assortment of rich Fash-
ionable FRENCH GOODS, which hie respectfully
invites the ladies to call and examine as being the
most splendid selection of Fancy Goods opened this
season, consisting in part of the following, viz;
French velvet MANTILLAS, colored 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 great variety
Changeable Down BOAS
Silk and Cashmere MITTS, all colours
FRENCH FLOWERS
Plaid SILKS and SCARFS
Long Fells 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.
0o 21


AMERICAN PRINTS-150 cases, from vari-
ous Print Works, of new and approved styles,
some very choice, for sale by
GEORGE & YATES,
ja 28 dIOt No. 12 German st.
KENTUCKY TOBACCO-31 hhds. Ken-
tucky Leaf TOBACCO, the principal part of
superior qi(uiils, s%,ll be landed to-day from ship
Cherokee, ioinm New Orleans. and for sele by
JOHN THEODORE KALL,
ja i7 d2w No. 7 Commerce street.
. AL .t NA I&A sLG. RS-',.,,i %ur-eii-,i HIa
M vana 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 Excthange Place.
S20.00 HAVANA SEGARS-(5
Years old)-medium size, just
received and for sale oy
CHARLES D. DEFORD & CO.
Commission Merchants,
ja 23 No. 6.3 Smith's wharf.
1UOUSELINE DE LAINES.-A handsome
assortment of plain MOUSELINE DE LAINE
colors in great variety. Also Black Ground Cherry
Figures new style Chialleys. &c. &c. at
DIFFENDERFFElt & CARTER'S,
_ja 16 43 Baltimore st. near Gay.
-1.11 E7L I RI- ,-1,1 M E. -A ii a. ;ency for the sale
S ofLime is established at No. 22, i.i,dp''.led. Or-
ders will be filled from the Glen Lilen, a,.l Cool
Spring, York Road Kilns,at the shortest notice.
au 20 CSP HENRY N. WILLIS,.Agent.


SADDER, MACE & BARLEY.-
10) casks Dutch MADDER
9 do MACE
20 do Pearl BARLEY. Just received per
bark General Harrisoni fro.', I..tlii.l.in. for sale by
JNO. 1 iLillii)f:L KALL,
ja 27 d2w No. 7 Commerce st.
0 RAN lY, &c.-
"A. Seignette" brand, pipes, half & qr. casks
1'Olard, Dupuy & Co." and "J. Hennessy's"
brands
While BRANDY 5th Proof.
Holland GIN. Strawberry brand
Champagne WINE, Orange brand. For sale by
jsa22 J. M. SLAUGHTER, Bowly's wharf.
t -ILILEi'.-ANCHORllt (.'AA1. AG--R.
.X-The subscribers having been appointed aaente,
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 -|'r ,1. off1r for sale a parcel
just received, and ofh%% iW1, hI,) will always have on
hand, continued supplies.
HYATT & STUMP,
ja'6 58 South st.
BRAN iY.-
J. J. Dupuy, 4th proof, in half pipes
Otard, Dupuy& Co. 4th proof, in half pipes
Pinet, Castillon & Co. 4th proof, in half pipes,
various vintages
J. Hennessy & Co. 4th proof, in half pipes do
Superior Old Cognac, 2nd proof,in halt pipes and
quarter casks, of the vintage of 1815-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.
DOZ. assorted Cordial,.superior to any
MU 0.IWimported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kenmmel ,
5 do Wine Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
ib.." M 5 'DIl. l ,iam,.tr, g Im.um tiin4.j GIeilal
Harrison from Rotterdam, for 'ale by.
FRED. B. GRAF,
'No. 38 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 CORI)IALS
of direct importation. ja 28
BAL'TIMORE FINE AND FANCY SOAP
MAN U FACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Holliday and North.
J RANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
h fand and for sale-
DI P'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in lb& lb lumps
inprir.Fi, :,,1 Retailing SOAP also,
I-"F ,,i 1: '\ PS, of every description.
oc 11tdtf
" AITIIER & CO. No. 203 Balto. st. have just
rec'd.
Colored Canton Flannels
Dark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWLS, large size
Low priced Blue CLOTHS
Plaid Linseys; Furniture CHINTZES
-Also on hand-
Heavy Tickings; Brown DRILLS
Canvass Paddings; Burlaps, all of which they
offer forsale. de 5 P
WM. H. KIMBALL & CO.
145 BALTIMORE STREET,
M ERCHAN'' TAILORS AND DEAL-
ERS in Vl H\nDl'TIfTITS, ('ASSIMERES,
Vestings; Beavel -..iI PI.-A i l. Iil'HS, ( \-1 I ,LT ,
Flannels; 100 dozen black, white aod col. -.l -i lii-IL-
RY, Handkerchiefs, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, Waist-
coats, Neck STOCKS, SCARFS, COLLARS, Bo-
soms, SUSPENDERS, &c. Also a large and exten-
sive assortment of ready made CLOTHING, consist-
ing of Dress and Frock Coats, Pantaloons, Vests and
Over Coats, which will be sold at the lowest possible
prices for cash. ja 8 d?
Do i iL i' t CT. 0( tins- J.- i,77 7.7 .^i^i'-.' I. -. F.i .
0 i.i,'\ ", lll l I I 1 .1 I^. ,rh ,.
..... I ti .'.'.* [IlI-.! I i '.i ;m l *, l l; |l \ i. M Il -o
I.IN ', I- I 1 I ...l l'I 'k IN I,, ,,T n i ..
NABURGS; Suffolk DRILLS; heavy twilled Osna-
burgs; Canton FLANNELS, &c. Also, super 12-4
Linen ,r *, ii-:. i do. for pillow cases; Irish Linen;
Brown 1Hi.I -. \ )S; 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 INSERTINGS, which will be sold at the
lowest price. GEORGE I. KENNARD,
ja 29 125 Baltimore street.
CHEAP WOOLLEN GOODS.
T HE undersigned, being desirous of closing out
his remaining Wintersupply of Woollen Goods,
will offer them at prices unusually low.
The assortment will be found to consist of some
very superior CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, ofa va-
riety of different shades-togather with a large sup-
ply of CLOTHS of medium quality, comprising many
different colors. Also, a well selected assortment of
very superior and medium quality White and Red
FLANNELS, 7-8 and 4.4 wide. Also, Rogers' fine
patent and double millen do. of superior quality some
few pieces of very heavy Bleached and unbleached
Canton tli.i...-i..,-ii..r with a large supply of
ROSE an-l Ill1 I N E V BLANKETS, which have
been selected with :'. i ,:Are, varying in sizes from 8
to 12-4, and will be i.-. I, in quality, equal to repre-
sentation. The present opportunity offers grant in-
ducements to persons wishing to purchase, as the
Goods aboveenumerated will be sold at unusually low
prices, by EDWARD J. RICHARDSON,
fe I No. 39 Baltimore street, corner Gay st.
STRAW BONNET WAREROOMS.
No. 185 BALTIMORE STREET, (Up Stairs.)
UST RECEIVED a large and general assort-
ment of 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,
S" 7 do.
Devon do. do.
" English do. 9
Silk BONNETS, (assorted,)
Super White Palm Leaf HOODS,
Medium do.
Super coloured do.
MNedium do.
Willow and Tissue do.
Pahn Leghorn BONNETS,
Fancy BONNETS, (all kinds.)
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, (a general assortment,)
Leghorn FLATS, all qualities,
Small Bonnet REEDS, &c.
LEWIS M. WARNER &. CO.
se 10 Wholesale Dealers.
CALLING THINGS BY TIIEIR RIGHT
NAMES.--AMERICAN MA NUFACTURES
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 foreign names. The citi-
zens of Baltimore, and others in want ot CARPET-
ING,are:. : ..."liii ii, i'.t ,. ."ii ,tthe CALVER-
TON FA' I ilWi \ \lIl. liniOMi,, No. 200 Balti-
more street, up stairs, and examine flhe stock of
splendid1t\1.1t I Ml" I[: MANUFACTURED IN-
GRAIN C .\liFL IN.;, which for beauty of pat
tern, style and durability 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 quality. Fresh supplies are dais ic... i, I',.fn,
the Factory. S. F, hlN,. 11 N
TO FARMERS, GARtNERS & OTHERS
LIME-LIME-LIME.
I IAVE on hand and intend keeping a constant
supply of first quality Allumr Bottom and Oyster-
Shell LIME, lor Building a' .I Agim,-ultuil purposes.
equal at least to any ever r i.-met Ih. if.,. public, and
which will be sold at the lowest possible prices for
cash.
The Allum Lime-stone is from the celebrated quary
of Thomas Cockey,Esq., and can be furnished in any
quantity and the shortest notice fresh from the kiln.
Orders addressed to the subscriber at his dwelling
corner of Gay and Front streets, or at the Maryland


Coal Yard, South corner of the Basin and Light sts.
and at Hugh Dowling & Son's, Franilin LimeKilns,
cornerof Madison street, Baltimore, will be promptly
attended to. THOS. WILDEY,
oc 15 eo Agent for the Proprietors.
STEEL
ILSON, HAWKSWORTH & MOSS,
Manufacturers of Steel, Sheffield, England.
CAST STEEL of all sizes
Best Double refined Shear STEEL
GERMAN SI'EEL
Coach Spring do
Genuine (L) Blister STEEL
English Blister STEEL,.
The subscriber, agent for the above manufacturers
has on hand an assortment of Steel of their make
which he offers for sale on the most accommodating
terms, and is prepared to execute orders to any extent.
The celebrated shoe and Butcher knives ot J. Wilson
are manufactured by the senior partner from Wilson,
Hawksworth & Moss's warranted Steel which is ilso
used by other well known Manufacturers in England;
but steel being an'article which depends on its intrin-
sic merits, he only solicits a full and fair trial bnd
will warrant every Bar to be as represented.
SAM'L. POULTNEY,
oc 19 Lombard at. near Lighbi


TURNER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE
PAPER DEALERS.
No. 2 SOUTH CH.IRLES STREET.
HAVE FO-H sLE.
5009 REAMS Fine Medium Printing Pa-
per.I
300 do Superfine do do do
150 do Medium andt ab hal( do do
100o) do News Paper, various sizes dto
300 do Colored Medium do
100 do do Cover do
2500 do Ruled and Plain Letter do
2000 do do and Cap do
500 do Flat do do
200 do Fine Writing
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
AN'L. BIXLER & CO-Have on hand and
offer for sale on reasonable terms.
50 boxes 5's Roll's Spun TOBACCO,
100 do. Pound Lump Cavendish TOBACCO,
50 do. Small Lumps 12's and 16's,
Scotch Ranpee, Macaban, Congress, and Natchi-
toches, SNUFF, in bottles and pack'd to order and
warranted to keep n any part of the Union.
ALSO.-
120,000 Principe, P. L. D. & Rendon brands,
30,000 do. 2nd quality,
150,000 Trabuco SEGARS,
50,000'Silva & Co. do.
190,000 Half Spanish do.
100,OUO American do.
With a general assortment of articles in their trade.
Those who are in want of the above articles would do
well to examine their stock before purchasing.
oc 28 eo
C LANDLES, GLUE,-\NLIPA.'LI. NAILS
l &c.-200 boxes Jackson's Mould CANDLES
6000 lbs. GLUE, of good quality
275 reams SANDPAPER
300 kegs best Eastern Nails
9 bales new HOPS
60 boxes STARCH
3 bbls. Colegate STARCH
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
100 bundles S. Leaf R
190 reams Imp'l, and Medium ,.PAPER. For
80 bundles B. Box I sale by
25 do Sheathing
50 reams Tea J
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 68 South st. near Pratt.
FRESH FRUIT.
:00A BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
lP100 Bloom do
100 Cluster do
200 ." Bunch do
100) do
50 LEMONS
100 tbushels GROUND NUTS
10 bags WALNUTS
10 FILBERTS
5 PALM NUTS
10 mats Ivica ALMONDS
50 dozen Lemon SYRUP
25 kegs M,1 .,., GR i PES
50,000 super, r 1- A I;'., of different branis.
ALSO-Al l Kinds of CANDY manufactured and
put up, for sale low by
WM. LANAHANi& CO.
165 Baltimore St., 4th door
fe 2 6t east of Charles st.
UPIIOLSTERY GOODS.
HE Subscriber has in store and for sale, a large
and general assortment of Upholstery GOODS,
to which he respectfully invites the public to exam-
ine before -iIr' .h- -L .'i-r.- i, .. in part of
Silk ar-i.i \ i..-.i l [ I.\ \-K
Watered Moreens, assorted colours
Silk FRINGES
Satin and Galloon Curtain BORDERS
Gilt Cornice, Rods and Ornaments
Curtain Bands and CLASPS
Silk Drapery TASSELS
Silk Cable CORDS
Ottoman Tassels, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold on pleasing terms.
WALTER CROOK,
fe I lw No. 104 Baltimore st.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
OBERT HILL, No. 73 Baltimore street, ha
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
CASSIMIERES, plain and fancy, 1 to $3
CASSINET do do 25 to37- cts.
Kentucky JEANS, 40 cts. to $1
3-4 White and Red FLANNELS,25 to 37" cts
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.
DANSKIN'S
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT AND
FURNISHING STORE,
NO. 194 BALTIMORE ST. WEST OF CHAS.
STREET.
f . 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 quality to any heretofore offered tor
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 for Gentlemen.
The prices at this establishment will be uniform
and as low as the quality can be sold at retail in this
city. WASHINGTON A. DANSKIN.
isja 27
SELLING OFF.
CARTER'S FASHIONABLE FURNISHING
STORE,
No. 107 Baltimore street.
J CARTER intending to change his present
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 anid 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 and Drawers
Merino and Cotton HALF HOSE
Fancy English Silk HOSIERY
Satin and Silk Dress SCARFS; Mshair& Meriuo do
Trimmed and Plain Satin STOCKS
Silk and Satin CRAVATS
Linen Cambric and Silk Pocket HHDKFS.
i;itii-.Ir,,n'.. DRESSING GOWNS
Fm,- G I llastic Suspenders
Fine French UMBRELLAS
Paris Kid GLOVES, all colours, ec. &c.
Person wishing the above articles would do well to
call before purchialing elsewhere.
ja 15 .i .m.3
J FoRNEY GROVE,21 SOUTH CHARLES
STREET, otters for sale at wholesale
Gelatine Capsules
Irish Moss No. I and 2
English Rhubarb
Aloes, Hepatic, Soc. and Br'b
Purple BROWN
Red Oxy'd IRON
Oxalic Acid
Lamp Black in paper and bulk
Ivory do
Drops and Patent do
Asphaltum
Senna Bombay
do E.I.
Pink Root washed


Wedgewood Mortars
Boiled Linseed OIL
Japan, Coach and Furniture Varnishes.
Together with a general assortment of DYE-
STUFFS. &c. a 29
L UMBER-The undersigned have and intend
keeping constantly on hand, at their LUMBER
YARD corner of Fleet and Exeter street on the City
Block a large supply of SEASONED WHITE PINE
BOARDS and PLANK, which they will dispose of
on liberal terms.
They would particularly call the attention of ship-
pers of Lumber to this assortment before purchasing
it, having been manufactured by them of good width
and thickness, expressly for that purpose.
de 16 eo3m DICKINSON & BROTHERS.


P EABODY, RIGGS & CO., No. 7 GERMAN
STREET, have received per ship Powhatan
from Liverpool,
I j9 PACKAGES SPRING DRY GOODS
~4*^0 comprising the following articles, viz,-
Col'd Cloths BROWN'S FINISH
Col'd and Black single Milled Cassimeres, NEW
STYLES
Gambroons-Diagonals-Ribb'd Stockinetts, Lastings
Summer Cloths-Imperial Worsted CRAPES
Wool Cashmeretts Black Verona Serges
Silk Warp do Wellington & Genoa Cords
Marbled Doeskins-Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
Fancy Col'd and Plain Brown Linen Drills.
French and Neapolitan Twills-9-8 Florentines
Cold Casbans--Bl'k and White Roll'd Jaconets
Printed Marseilles and Weltings, Gotha Plaids
3-4 & 6-1 Red Paddings
New Style Fancy Lt. & Bk. Col'd Prints
9-8 Printed Lawns and Jaconets
9.8 Superior Printed Muslins-Furniture Chintz
64 Jaconet and Cambric Muslins-Dyed Lawns
.Black Tabby Velvets-Victoria Robes
Furniture and Cambric Dimities
Linen Cambric Hkts-Cotton Bandannas
Printed Cotton Hkfs-Silk Roslyn Checks
Superior Light and dark,col'd twill'd Silk Bandannas
Printed Saxonies-Linen Damasks
Brown and White Sheetings
Improved Canvass-ast'd Nos. of Canvas Paddings
Canvass for Sacking Bottoms, &c. &c.
ja27 d2w P
FRANiKLIN BANK NOTES ORI 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 VESTtNGS; brown Linen and Drills
Swiss MUSI.INS; PINS; NEEDLES; Hooks & Eyes
Suspenders; BUTTONS; Worsted Yarns
VA NVqS; CHENILLE
N ' I 11- L PATr'ERNS; FLOSS SILK
SPECTACLES; SCISSORS on cards and bundles-
also Surgical SCISSORS
Spectacle Cases; Dice; Dominos; CHESSMEN;
Chess Boards; NEEDLE CASES; Glass TOYS;
Pen, Pocket and DirK KNIVES; RAZORS;
Razor Straps; Shaving, Tooth, Hair, Cloth, Shoe,
Whitewash, 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;
Pistol'; Accordions; Harmonicas; Tea, Table Spoons;
Violins; Looking GLASSES; Watch GUARDS;
Ladies Garters; Money Purses; Perfumed Soaps;
Cologne Water. N. i, i ,-ins; JEWS HARPS-
Marbles of all -.s--; -,,l..i ; Kidd Joint and WAX
DOLLS; TOYS; by the lozen 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 hand a very fine 61 Octave PIANO.
CHAS. WILL & DICKEY,
No. 7 Hanover street, Baltimore.
0I-The Richmond Whig, and the Harper's Ferry
Free Press, will publish the above to amount of $5
each, and send bill to Willes & Dickey.
dda 6 _d4w
GERMAN GOODS.
OFFMEISTER & CO. No.S Euitaw Street,
opposite the Eutaw House, have received per
ships Caspar, Clementine, and Europa, fiom Bremen,
and offer for sale on liberal terms-
A complete assortment of white, black, un-
bleached and mixed Cotton Stockings and Half
HOSE
COTTON GLOVES. of every description
Ten Cartoons, Thread Edgings and LACES,new-
est style
Three do Collars and CAPES
Two boxes Cotton and Silk FRINGES
Three Cases Silk VESTINGS
Four do black and fig'd Silk CRAVATS
Two do Fancy dress Silk SHAWLS
Three bales BROAD CLOTH, twilled, of sure-
rior quality
One do Zephyr CLOTH
Two casks Linen Bobins & TAPES
Two cases Zephyr Yarn, Silk, Chenille CORD,
Embroidering Chenille, Cotton, Linen, Woolen
and Silk Canvass. Embroidering patterns
Two cases Cotton SHAWLS
Three cases SILK PLUSH, of superior quality
Three cases RUSSIA FURS
Twenty boxes Schleicher's PINS, No.5
Two cases Scissors, Knives, Knitting Needles in
fancy boxes, etc
Two casks SCYTHES
Twocasks Dog Chains and SHEEP SHEARS
T wo casks Iron Lamps and woed SAWS
Three cases Looking Glass PLATES
One case Calf and Sheep SKINS
Ten cases, wooden lancy boxes, hair brushes,
Spectacles, Accordeons, Shaving boxes, Buffalo
Comnbs. Agate Marbles, etc.
Twenty Cases, Baskets, Dolls, TOYS, of glass,
etc.
Three Cases, Violins, Flutes, Flageolets, etc.
Fifty boxes TUMBLERS
Four Wine GLASSES
Twenty boxes cont'g Flower Vases, Mugs and
Fancy GLASSWARE
100 m. SEGARS,offine flavor
Poland STARCH, in boxes and barrels, ofaupe.
rior quality
On hand, a great variety of FRENCH AND GER-
MAN FANCY ARTICLES, as line fancy boxes,
Tooth and Hair Brushes, Accordeans, Harmonicas,
Gas lamps, genuine Cologne Water, Hooks and Eyes,
Buttons,Combs ofevery description, Looking glasses,
SJews harps, Needles, Twine, Pocket Books, Pipes,
etc. ja 22 2aw4t*
RICH FANCY GOODS & RIBBONS.
B TOLDRIDGE has received a lull assortment
0 of FANCY GOODS suitable to the present
season, for evening dres', &c., such as-
Rich Embroidered SCARFS
Long White Kid GLOVES
Short do do do
English Silk HOSIERY
Marabeau FEATHERS
Blond LACE & EDGINGS
Valencia do do
PEARL and other Ornaments for the head
White French FLOWERS
White RIBBONS,Satin & Lute,a full assortment
Dress BAGS. &e. &c.
ALSO, u few Rich Velvet Mantillas, which will be
sold very low.
jal 5 NO. 123 Baltimore at.
AUCTION NOTICE.
W EVER, CANNON & CO. AUCTION-
EERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Sale Rooms No. 28 South Charles street.
Who attend to sales of Real and Personal Estates,
such as Houses, Lots, Lands and Tenements, Horses,
Carriages, Vessels, stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Gunm, Pistols, Plated Ware, Watches and
Jewelry, Furniture, China, Glass and Crockery Ware.
W. C. & Co. will give their especial attention to the
arranging and disposal of Furniture at private houses.
All sales at auction will be made by J. B. CAN-
NON in person.
Liberal advances in bankable money can all times
be obtained on goods, when consigned to us for Pub-
lic Sale. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
au 2 eotf


RISH LINENS, BROWN HOLLANDS
&c.-The subscribers have on hand a genera
assortment of
Irish LINENS, Barklie'sbleach, all prices from 31
cts to 100
Brown HOLLANDS do do 121 to 311 cts
Unbleached Table CLOTHS do 62 to $1
10-4 superior Linen SHEETING at 62J cts per yard
Superior 8-4 Damask Table LINEN at $1 do
10 cases Bleached MUSLINS, all prices, from 9 to
18, cts
5 cases Linen Cambric Hankfs do do do 181 to 50 do
1 do col'd CAMBRICS
I do bleached twill'd MUSLIN
1 do Unbleached do
10 bales Unbleached MUSLINS, all prices
I do Russia DIAPER
1 do Methuen TICKING
CALICOES, CHECKS, PLAIDS, &c. all prices
Persons in want of any of the as.ove goods will find
it to their advantage to call and 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.


REMOVAL.
THE 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 Beans
30 casks Potatoe Starch
500 lbs. Powered Jalap
250 oz. Otto of Rose
25 barrels Powdered Manganese
12 Casks Sugar 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, dlfferena
brands, vintage 1834, warranted PURE
8 cases Tokay Cabinet Wines from Prince Es-
6 Eslauer S terhazey.
For sale by G. & N. POPPLEIN.
se 10 eo
AGUE & FEVB.EI.
D R. KERSHAW'S AGUEAND FEVER
PILLS OR MIXTURE, is offered for sale by
the subscriber under the full conviction that it is the
best remedy ever discovered for that disease-having
sold the medicines upwards of 3 years and not a sin-
gle case has come to his knowledge where the medi-
cine failed to cure the disease.
P. S. CHAPPELL,
no 9 Druggit, No, 170 Baltimore at.


STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK, LON-
SDON AND LIVERPOOL.
BRITISH QUEEN AND PRESIDENT.


OELRICHS& LURMAN,
NO. 31 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
IMPORTERS OF GERMAN AND BRIT-
ISH GOODS, have received by late arrivals, and
offer for sale on reasonable terms,
BURLAPS-No. 1, 3, 3, 4 and 0.
6-4 Brown LINENS, t assorted from No. I to 5.
or Silesias S do do 60 to 100
6-4 Creas a la Morlaix
6-4 Flandersheling
Linen CHECKS, red arI.l bhit
White Tecklenburg LI NEN,.
Flaxen BURLAPS-No. 1, 2,3
German Brown ROLLS
7 and 4-4 Irish LINENS
26 inch Poinser Long CLOTH
Twilled SILESIAS
Damask and Diaper Linen, Tabling 6-4 24-4
Do NAPKINS, 3, 6.4
10-4 Brown Linen Table COVERS
Linen TICKING, 63 inches wide
do do j and t yard
Men's, woman's and children's white and black
Cotton HOSE and SOCKS
Schleicher's genuine German PINS, No. 5
6 and 3 cord white, black and coloured SPOOL
COTTON
Linen and Cotton TAPES. isja 13
OLIVER'S WHARF.
Tr HE rates of wharfage charged on Oliver's (Fen-
by's) wharf are for vessel and cargo
Half the City Rates,
Except for Lumber. Fire Wood, Laths, Timber and
Live Stock, tor which full city prices will be charged.
The above is a large and commodious Stone Wharf,
having 1100 feet water front, with piles for 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. Appvly at the office on
thIe wharf, orto S. FLNB Y & BRO.
Corner Gay and Pratt streets.
The Ice Boats keeps a track open within a few yards
of the wharf. is 2


HALL, APPLETON & CO.
No. 9, HANOVER STREET,
IIAVE JUST received a large and desirable as-
sortment of BRITISH DRY GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich new style British Prints; painted Jaconets and
Lawns; London Quiltings and Weltings; Bath Cassi-
meres; hair cord Cassimeres; super single milled fan-
cy Cassimeres; black Italian Summer Cloths; Persian
do; Lama and Astrakan do; Crape do; Turkey 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 manufactories
DOMESTIC COTTON and WOOLLEN GOODS-
all ot which they offer for sale op the most reasonable
terms.____,_ ja26 ,dlw P
GEORGE & YATES, No. 12 German st. have
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-
bhic PRINTS
LAWNS-9-8 fancy, Tripo!i, 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
Checlh MUSLIN, spot and lace stripes
6-4 Cambric DIMITIES, ass'd qualities
Quilling PETTICOATS, &c.
GAMBROONS-Prince Albert, fancy Mixtures and
Imitation GAMBROONS
PRINTED QUILTINGS and Valencia VESTINGS
SPOOL COTTON-Raworth's, 100, 200 &I 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 s28 dl0t _______ __
G. B. HOFFMAN & BROTHER.
AVE received per Powhatan, Oxford and Pa-
trick Henry,
163 PACKAGES SPRING DRY-GOODS,
6 Consisting in part of
New Style, Light rnd Drab Manchester Prints,
Leopard and Chintz FA,,r1r.l Furniture do;
Victoria New Style Pi,tihil LAWNS
Satin Striped and Figured Colored MUSLINS
Rich three and four colored Printed JACONETS
Melrose, Beyrout and French Printed LAWNS
Plain aud Twilled Summer CLOTHS
Fancy, Ribbed and Plain GAMBROONS
Grecian CASSIMERES, Fancy Gotha CRAPES
Imperial Doeskins, single Milled CASSIMERES
Silk Warped Indianas, Worsted CRAPES
Fancy Checked, and Bl'k and White Ginghams
-ondon Printed Quiltings and Weltings
Barnsley White and Colored Linen DRILLINGS
Rich Silk Figured Valencia Vestings.
Cambrics; Jaconets and Fancy Checked Cambrics;
Fancy mixed and striped Cotton Drills;
Printed Silk and Cotton Bandannoes;
Verona Silk F. ,i-l ,.1 hair corded CRAVATS;
Drab Genoa I .,.i-; hi .1l; Cotton VELVETS;
Bleached aind Unbleached Irish LINENS;
Embroidered Muslin Collans; Capes and Shawls;
Light style Printed Cotton SHAWLS;
Cotton Gloves; Imperial COUNTERPANES;
Victoria Robes; 3-4and 6-4 RED PADDINGS;
Super Linen Thread; Fringed Linen TOWELS;
Barnsley 10-4a12-4 Sheetings; Birds Eye DIAPER;
Thibet emb'd Hdkfa ; printed Silk SHAWLS
Gauze Scarfs and Hdkfs; Muslin INSERTION, &c.
ja 25 2w P


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; Youths
do do, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very fullassortment Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish Knives,Pock-
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
C LOTHS,CASSIMERES ANDWOOIAIN
GOODS.-The subscribers have on hand a very
large and choice stock of superfine Wool and Piece
Dyed Black, Blue, Invisible Green, Grass Green,
Citron Olive,, Olive, Brown, Drab and Gray Mixed
Cloths; Wool and Piece Dyed, Black, Blue, Drab,
Grey Mixt, 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 wide at 50
cts. Canton Flannels, Rose and Whitney Blankets,
Plaid Linseys, together with a general assortment of
FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS-allot which will
be sold wholesale and retail at such prices as cannot
fail to please. Persons that want good goods at low
prices will please call at No. 13 Baltimore street 3rd,
door west of Market Space.
ja 29 DORSEY & NELSON.
SELLING OFF.
AS I 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; English
and French Merinoes; Canton Flannels; Table Diaper;
Napkins; Barosley Sheeting; and all the articles usu-
ally found in a Retail Dry Goods Store.
Heads of families; charitable institutions and indivi-
duals, Knill do well to call and see the Goods before
purchasing elsewhere. JOHN A, ROCHE,
ja 16 No. 52 Hanover street.
DAMAGED GCODS.
UST received from auction, the following DE-
SIRABLE GOODS, part of the cargo of the
ship Grace Brown, and will be sold immediately at
very low prices-
3 eases superfine Irish LINENS
2 cases English Chintz CALICOES
I case fine BROWN HOLLANDS
1 case JACONET CAMBRICS
THOMAS ARMSTRONG,
N. B. WANTED-A Young Man, of pleasing ad-
dress, good moral character, and experienced in the
business, as salesman in a wholesale and retail dry
goods store. To a good salesman with the foregoing
qualifications, a liberal salary will be given. Apply
at 157 Baltimore Street. fe 2 P
TIDE WATER CANAL AND FRANKLIN
BANK NOTES AT PAR.
THE 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 Hdkfs, SCARFS, &c. c.
THOSE. CAMPER,
ja 9 No. 1351 Baltimore st.
VI tOMAS McCONNELL, No. 163 Baltimore
T street, offers bfor 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 VESTINGS;
Silk and worsted Serge; Italian LUSTRINGS; 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 and Velvet
l.i'tnr, ,n jiastic SUSPENDERS; 28,30 and 36
iic.,I ll'riil;a.; bleached and unbleached Canton
FL\ N N LL,,, i.d, yellow, green and white Flannels;
Bath and Whitney BLANKETS; 4 4 Ticking; in-
cluding a large assortment of DOMESTICS.
N. B. Tide Water and Franklin Bank Notes taken
at par. ____ja 8
A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
A his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING &COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, forn Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-sand 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, &c. &ic. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
VARNISH, 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
DIVIDEND.,
Office of the Philadelphia, Wilinington and Baltimore
Rail Road Company.
WILMINGTON, January llth, 1841.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Stockhol-
1 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 ofthe Com-
pany lor Ihe last six months, payable to the Stockhold-
ers or their legal representatives, on and alter the 15th
day of February, 1841, at the Offices of the Company,
in Philadelphia, Wilmington& Baltimore.
And it was furtherordered that the transfer books of
the Capital Stock be closed on Ihe first to the fifteenth
of February, 1841, and the transfer books of the Loan,
redeemable in 1840, be closed on and after the 18th in-
stant, to the 1st of February, 1841.
ja 15 dtlSthF J. WILSON WALLACE, Sec'y.
DIVIDEND
NEW CASTLE & 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 their
legal representatives on or after the 16th day of Feb-
muary 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
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UNDERSIGNED, havingbeen for anum-
ber of years engaged in the department of UN-
DERTAKING FUNERALS and furnishing Coffins,
Hearses, Carriages, and all other requisites for such
occasions, he flatters himself that he is able to perform
this duty in a manner that cannot be excelled in this
city or elsewhere, andthe carriages being under his ex-
clusive superintendence when an procession, are re-
quired to return from the grave yard in the same order-
ly manner in which they go out, which prevents the
confusion attending Funerals when otherwise conduct!
ed, and which remedies the immoderate driving and ra-
cing between Carriages which have caused sffch fre-
quent complaints. JOHN STEWART,
ma 8 eo Calvert street opposite City Spring.
SADDLES, SADDLES.
riHE SUBSCRIBERS wishing to dispose o
Their present stockof SADDLES, will offer them
at a VERY REDUCED PRICE-being made of best
materials, and by first rate workmen, we are willing
to warrant them ho give satisfaction.
Also on hand, a very large stock of COACH, GIG
and SULKEY HARNESS. Persons about purchas-
ing, are requested to call and examine our assortment,
comprising the largest ever offered in this market,
nearly 200 SETS.
Also LEATHER TRAVELLING TRUNKS of
all sizes, and shall be sold as low as can be purchased
in this or any other city, at wholesale or retail.
ROGERS & BLASDEL,
no 14 190 Baltimore street.


WESTERN BANK,
Baltimore, Jany. 5th, 1841.
]TOTICE is hereby given, that an election for
I1 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,
WETHERALL & HOFFMAN, No. 215
Baltimore street, 1st aoor above Sharp, offer
for sale the following Seasonable DRY GOODS.
Rose and Whitney Blankets, 9.4, Ij-4 and 12-1
Woolen Comforts; bl'k Lamb's Wool Hose
Kentucky Jeans; plain Linseys
Germantown Hose and half Hose
Men's and Ladies' Kid Gloves
Merino and Broche Shawls
English and French MERINOS
Gro de Naps; Lustrings and Satins
Linen Camb'k, Hdkls.; plain and hem stiched
Red, White and Patent FLANNELS
Calicoes and Furniture PRINTS
Russia DIAPER and CRASH
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES CASSINET, Icc.
All of which, with various other goods will be sold
ow, to reduce stock for Spring purchases, de 28
C OOK WANTED.--A good Cook, washer and
ironer, is wanted to go a short distance in the
country. Colored would 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 while woman
who understands all the dulies ol a Nursery. None
need apply who cannot come well recommended. To
such constant employment and good wages will be
given. Apply in Lexinglorn sLtreel, norlh Aide, 3-1 door
east of Pine. je`7 er,4n*
N EW GRAMMAR-An Exposition of English
N Grammar. in conversational or familial lectures,
containing a systemalic order for parking sn.i false
pyntaxicorrectled, arid why it is false; alo, rules for
parsing by lIranaposilion,observalions on lellei writing
and comprehensive Lectures on Rhetomic and Elocu-
tion, designed for those persons who have not had the
advantage of this branch of education in early life and
also for the use of Schools, by George Lmitle. For'
sale by ISAAC P. COOK,
Bookseller and Stationer,
ja 27 52 Baltimore, near Gay street,


THESE Steam Ships after undergoing repair and
alterations, will resume their station 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.
10th March, 10th April,
o10th May, 10th Jane,
loth July, I 10th August,
10th Sept., I 10th October,
10th Nov. lo 10th Dec.
NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL.
The PRESIDENT, of 2366 tons and--horse
power, Lieut. R. Roberts, R. N. commander, will
sail
From Liverpool, From New York.
10th Feb., 10th March,
10th April, 10th May,
10th June, I 10th July,
lOth August, I 10h -p,,
10th October, 10th Nov.
The rate of passage in t e Main Salono is $130,
and all other berths aft 8120: fore saloon, $80, ex-
clusive of wines, which will be furnished on call.-
Stewards fees $6,66. -
The British Queen will take 600 to 800 tons cargo.
The President will take 1000 tons cargo.
Plans of the accommodations of both ships may ba
seen at the Agent's office.
For freight or passage, apply to
WADSWORTH & S% ITH,
4 Jones' lane, rear of 193 Front st, New York.
or to GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
ja 28 d4t Lombard street, Baltimore.
PASSAGE FROM IRELAND.
a i Persons in this Country desirous of secur-
m ing passage for their friends fiom Ireland, can
do so by applying to the ,ubacriber, in, firstci csi .,ipi
to sail from Liverpool (or Ballimore every munith in
the year. Terms liberal and accommodating.
THOMAS B. ADAIR,
No. 6 Commerce street.
0O-Drafts for small sums of money for the accom-
modation of Passengers, can be procured as above.
ja30 dim P
t FOR VALPARAISOAND A MAR-
& KET-The coppered and copper fastened A.I
American barque LOUISA, James A. Hobson, mas-
ter; will be despatched as above on or before the 1st
yf March. For freight or passage, having superior
accommodations, apply to
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
isja 29 P No. 31 South Charles st,
J] g FOR BREMEN-The fine last sailing
a coppered and coppem fastened Bremen ship
uLEMENTINE, H. Gesselmann, master; will E.1ii
for the above port on or before the 10th February.-
For freight, of small stowage, or pa,-,a apSpli lo
A. SCHUMACHER & i. 0.
ja 25 S. Charles street.
fi FOR RIO DE JANEIRO-(a I.-,,i.r
Trader)-The brig MONTEZUMA, Tihia.ni,-3
I!iy, now loading at Kerr's whart, will sail next
week. For freight or passage, apply to
HUGH JENKINS,
ja 27 d Commerce st. wiarf.
*L FOR HAVANA-With immediate des-
M patch-The fine coppered and copper fastened
schr. HOPE, White, master: burthen of 900 bbls.-
For freight or passage, having good accommodations.
Apply to LAMBERT GITTINGS,
Exchange Place.
GO-The Hope will [commence loading immediately.
ja 27 6t
1 FOR MATANZAS-The brig MAR-
K GARET, J. Smith, master; will have imme-
diate despatch for the above port. For freight or
passage apply to JOHN P. A DAMNIz,
ja 29 7 Bowly's wharf.
FOR WILMINGTON, N. C.-T he
schr ELIZA JANE, Capt. Parker; will sail on
Wednesday, 3d inst. For freight or passage apply to
THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
fe 2__d 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
ul 01 FOR BOSTON-Union and Despatch
Line-The packet brig CHOCTAW, Captain
Crowell; will have despatch. For freight or passage
apply on board at Bowly's wharf, or to
fe I CLARK & KELLOGG.
SFOR BOSTON-Regular Line-The
Amipacket brig VICTOR,Whipple, master, will
have despatch. For the bulk of 400 brls. apply to
fe J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's whf.
FOR BOSTON-Reguilar Commerciel
SLine-The packet brig ALMENA, S. C.
Howes, master, having part of her cargo engaged will
have despatch. For freight or passage apply on board
or to THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
fe I 6t P 10 Bowly's wharf. 5'
AI FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Lite-
itThe brigMARY STANTON, Capt. Beard;1
will nave despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja29 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
FORGEO RG ETO WVN. 1W % S H IP%(G -
s TON & ALLEXANDItA-Fl'ir-lt riF-,1I 'e
h. -arilhng chr. ?ARAH ELIZA.BETH, McCul-
lough, master; having part of her cargo engaged, will
have despatch. For balance of freight apply to
BENJ'N. F. OWEN,
ja29 Iw Paiterson st. wharf.
Mi FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
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 Bowlv's wharf.
M+Si FOR FREIGHT UR CHARTEit-
[| The brig HAIDEE, Fliter, master; burthen
1200 lo 1300 barrels.
SALSO-Tbeschr.WILLIAM ALLEN,Ry-
I der, master; about 850 bbls. burthen. Apply
to THOSE. WHITBIDGE,
ja 19 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
-A FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The fine A. 1 ship CHEROKEE, Capt. Sim-
mons, burthen about 6000 bbls.
The brig ALCENUS, Capt. Skolfield, bur-
then about 1700 bbls. For terms apply to
ja27 CLARK & KEILOGG.
-J kOki FRIRIGHT OR UHART'IER-
The schr. JOSHUA BROWN, Capt. Wil.
liams, burtheo about 960 bbls.
SThe schr. ECHO, Capt. McFales, burthen
About 1000 bbls.I
JI Theschr. HERALD, Capt. Crockett, bur-
then about 1000 bbls. For terms apply to
]a 27 CLARK S KELLOGG.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
Theschr. FRANKLIN, Bibber, master; 850
b iburthen.
.B The schr. GOVERNOR FRANCIS, Shaw,
master; 700 bbls. burthen.
g The schr. PERU.-Allen, master; 500 bbls.
burthen. For terms apply to
JOHN P. ADAMS,.
fe 1 7 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
lfThe fine copper fastened schooner FAWN,
Capt. Washburn; stows about 800 barrels, Apply to
WELD &i JENKS,
fe I P 8 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-
The fine schnr. RIENZI, Capt. Patterson, \
burthen 750 bbls. Apply to
fe 1 ____ J. J. CORNER fe BRO.
& FOR FREIGHT OR CHAKqTER-
The good schr. BERRY, apt. Howes; bur-
then about 850 bbls. For terms apply to
THOMAS PEIRCE,
fe 1 No. 9 Bowly's whf.
fl FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The substantial Hanoverian barque MOR-
GENSTERN, Capt. Jacob Appel; 200 tons burthen,
will be ready to take in cargo in a few days. Apply
to OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 2 31 S. Charles st.
a FOR FREIGHT OtK CHARTER-
liThe new fast sailing schooner DEMOCRAT, i
Capt. McClintock; 110 tons or 900 bbls. burthen-a
West India freight preferred. Apply to .
WM. GUNNISON,
fe 2 99 Bowly's wharf.
]SR FOR SALE-The brig INDEPEN?-~'-- ---
DENCE, of 150 tons burthen or 1500 barrels,
nuili in Plymouth, Mass. Apply to
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
Ie 2 6t Exchange Place.
_BB FOR SALE-A Baltimore copper fasten
ed and coppered Schr. of about 800 barrels, in
good order,and sails last; will be sold at less than her
real worth, the owner having no further use for her
in the trade she was intended for. Apply to
fe I d6t W. RHOADS, 61 Smith's whf.







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Street, by DOBBIN,

TEaME-Dally paperelght dol
yearly. Country papers five do
balance, unless the subscrlpl
Ali new advertisements appe
2`9 1 1-1 celi.L.

FRANKLIN BANK.-The
meeting of Stockholders of
in consequence of the cal
rectors. Dr. JAMES H. M
Chairman and air. WILLIt
meeting being thus duly o
JAMES HOWARD Esq. Pre
stated the causes Which h
place its concerns in a cou
cluded by expressing a wi
Stockholders might be app
Staff
After the list of Stockho
those present noted, Mr.
ment in detail of the press
as it had recently been r
special committee to who
tided. This examination, i
ly and thoroughly made, a
under what was termed th
was, that the stock is wor
ous items were then refer
estimated that such an am
would raise the value of t
Among other things it was
nations ofJAMEs L. HAWKI
ter giving him a credit o
amount to over 8139,000.
expect to realise from his
ties, the sum, if we reco
A series of resolutions
LIAM RiBomtEsq. and adop
vidi
That a Committee of five
the Chair, of whom the cha
vestigate the affairs ofthe
sult to an adjourned mee
That the Committee inqui
continuing the operations
ing it up. and that they pr
cordi
The meeting was then adj
stant, at eleven J'cloc
Rooms, unless sooner co
fjg-The Chairman stated
mittee of Investigation w
announced thro

THE RESUMPTION.-The
tion by the Banks of this c
terised by the greatest de
Yesterday the calls for s
on Monday, and were confi
sirous of having small cha
cie from the Banks are ex
Which depositors are

The Maryland Insurance
dividend of ten d
The Fell's Point Savings
dividend of three per cent

The St. Louis Bulletin of
tire the late Report of t
Road Company. Our readers
ceive from the following r
deep an interest is felt by
progress of th
"We take great pleasure in
the report at the Presiden
this Company. It will be s
undertaking is in a fair
There was a time when the
siderable difficulties; an
entertained that the state
ence to this work, overtas
fail to accomplish the wor
GRAND undertaking of thi
ties to be overcome in the
sidered to be next to insu
sum necessary to be expend
ven for themost daring ent
talents, the financial abili
Mr. McLANE, have given a
Every thing now looks pro
be perceived, has receive
outlay of about 7 per cen
Branch alone, an income
CENT! That part of th
State Treasury thebandso
In addition to this, too,
heavy expenditures have b
re-laying a large part of th
rious blunders'which wer
of the
The Bulletin refers to
"'-2IO ,, WEIK061" made in that qua
credit upon the enterprise
culties in the way of its
these attempts to b
The West will look to th
roughfare for Eastern traf
western people) feel a live
and will rejoice with us, t
nally flattering. It woul
it otherwise;and speculator
to convincetbe public that
tance than 600 or 700, but
the silly theories ot thei
vite a careful reading of
ture to say, can rise from
ough conviction ofthe wi
the enterpriseand the stro
dy and triumph
Let Baltimore be true" to
will be, and with the stead
hold the policy which it h
tained,there is nothing tha
of our great work in its
tion. The sense of its va
perity of Baltimore is ev
more deeply felt; for u
which now directs thle aff
surances of triumphant suc
bited. This road constitu
terest of

The Census of Virginia.-
ia, under the new census,
1,231,441. Of these 735,812
loured, and 447,207 slaves
whole State, for the last t
038. There has been a dec
tion of 22,517. The Federal
3 ,042,560. If, therefore, t
fixedas high as sixty thous
members of Congress. He
tives will lbe red
The Bostorp Atlas, remarki


That in the whole Slate
story the largest of any Stat
not have been so large an
ring ten years, as has take
ton, is a striking proof tha
ifeect somewhere. While a
ly increasing in wealth andl
natural facilities for an ia
Sin this respect by any Sti,
It is not for us to attempt
which have contributed t
the giant energies of th
in so doing, trespass upon
however, a subject that ea
tion, not only ofthe stalr
Sentir
The subject certainly is
.. e.taentidu of those concerned
plicalii ranoi'mv, and sho
population of the State
about five hundred and fou
last ten years.
S The Prince de JOINVILL
a sort of nautical "lion" s
Smains of Napoleon. He
classes. In the Palace his
have become habitual, amu
was to have been made an
from St Helena; but as t
active service he begged
captain. He proceeds to t
a few weeks. The Paris
York Tim
He is a gileat favorite wi
stance the Legion of Honor
ficers and several ot the
gratuity of a month's pay f
Poule frigate, and La Fave
with the Irigate to St. H
selected 200, and gave them
sence in Paris The othe
whole 400 to the Grand Op
as he thought,) to see h
mates saw, and knew hi
broadside of cheers, and th
ed them.
.J Long Pendulum-Rod.-A
Andrews Church, in Ramsb
cashire, (Eng.) which has
feet six inches in length-s
cord. It vibrates eighteen
weighs one hundred and fo
itartS-i itr feet at its ce
e.l ,I a \well seasoned tim
and several coats of paint
mospheric changes may sers
pFnaied hb. double universe
ttrrme.tale springs. An ind
to ascertain the arc of vib
peratures of the atmosph
are indicated by a thermom
room. In the room is a
column, through which the
stove, placed in the base
which the temperature is k


GENERAL HARRISO
The Pittsburg Intellig
Yesterday, at 4 o'clock i
rison, attended by the Cin
mitlees, the brass band of
ofciltizens reached our cit
Ben Franklin, from Cincia
steamer Fulton. AlIhough
perhaps as many as ten thea
many ladies, awaited the Ge
er; from whence, atende
burgh and Allegheny, Gen.
three ol our volunteer co
cltizens,a on loot and ho
bthrougb Ibe pirineipal Istre
Iron's Pittsburj Hotel. T
our city until Monday, and
citizens to-dayi and addr
appears to be in fin

RIO DE JANEIRO.-The b
yesterday, sailed from Rio
cember. The editors of the
commercial friends for the
"Rio DE JANEIRO, D
The official accounts oft t
of Buenos Ayres, which r
gave an impetus to Flour,
Baltimore at 1511400, and
There has been an activ
first hands there are now o
per Nimble from Baltimo
stock in all hands to-day,
Our future prices will de
the nature of the next adv
RIo DE JANEI
The Ann Eliza arrived on
with 1690 bbls. Flour. Th
Philadelphia and New Yor
market, and higher price
to report the following sal
and 70 halves Flourthe form
at 1711000. Also, 50 bbls
change on
The 1690 bbls. Bait. Flou
been sold at 1
MONTEVIDEO, N
The troubles at Buenos
Letters were received yest
that eight of the Province
forceconsisted of 10,000 m
tention to march towards
The import of Flour since
about 6,800 bbls. but as
equal to that supply, pr
Domestics still continue
if offered at reduced rate
first hands. Salt remains a
are continually
Freights have not ruled
but few vessels have been t
ing for En
A decree has been issued
one of the 8 per cent. duti
custom House paper,which i
which will make some litt
sales, a circumstance that
annexed
Light Hides have again a
remained for 10 days or a fot
not unlikely that the
Dr. Francia, the Dictato
Junta had metto nominate a
pected that the Ports woul
this Re
BUENOS AYRES,
Transactions have taken
$55, light $45 a 50perpes
tallow $24 per arr.; mixe
picked wool 835; sheep
salters ask $40 per quinta
charges for cartage, bplein
all unsettled, but will be
tion. Exchange on Monte
and on London

FROM THE RIVER PLA
Capt. Babson, from Monte
rived at the Vineyard. Cap
U. S. frigate Potomac wa
sloop of war Decatur, Ca
Ayres, 5th Dec. Alfred
lina, Consul for the Unit
Ayres on the 25th of No
first foreign loaded vessel
res after the raisi

Dr. Francia, the Dictato
of this remarkable man ha
The incidents of his lif
adds another to the list o
a people to the rule of on
for evil will be determined
rently, according as the p
chy or to tyranny-to a st
vern
FRANCIA was of French
side. He was well educate
sion. His character was e
yet always decided and f
or more settled purposes.
tine, a gamester, a severe
the practice of his profe
him to advocate what he bel
and though arbitrary him
vindicate the weak from t
One of his strongest pass
the Spaniards and the Sp
was perhaps one of the fir
among th
When Paraguay in 1811,
other South American Prov
ish yoke, the Government
posed of a President, two
The names of the three fir
tary was Dr. FnANctA. T
to was not of long duration
termined upon, and Don
FRANCIA were chosen cons
the expiration of the year
suade the Congress to two t
government of the Republi
condly to confer that trus
conclusion was somewhat
of a strong body of soldi
FRANcIA. The dictatorship w
the title of "Excellency"
a salary of $9000 per an
only one third, saying that
of money th
He now devoted himself u
of the State. When not o
leisure was employed in
reading seems to have bee
vigour, yet without tyrann
a vote of the Congress an
three years to a dictatorsh
the despot to some purpose


Spaniards was indulged wit
cruelties were practised t
nation. His favorite police
He restricted his subjects
the neighboring states a
refusing to grant assistant
then contending for indepe
from them himself. If fore
scientific knowledge or
limits of Paraguay they fo
fact a return-some were
great object of the dictato
nal resources of the Sta
chanic arts; and while his
to these ends, the applica
individual cases was not
with difficulty escaped th
a piece of work which he
government, and a blacks
labour for some imperfecti
can
The Dictator seems to ha
chief purposes. He prese
commotions and revolutions
Provinces of South Americ
mttnication with them. Ag
high condition ofimprovem
tures and mechanicism flo
forced and obeyed, and gen
during the whole period of
bits of the Dictator were s
unostentatious; he indulged
money he was generous, b
expenditures from the pub
supreme power in Paraguay
the inflexibility of his wi
his government continued
died at the advanced
Like all successful desp
identify his own power
prosperity of the State.o t
tinctured wviith a touch of h
sition. He seems to have
Kingly title, being satisf
absolute power. Having
less temptation to the desi
government since his death
of five.
The Cunerd Steamers ha
from Liverpool to Bosto
Spent at Halifax, the ave
V has been thirteen days eac
* po


Twenty Sixt
SECOND S
YESTERDAY'S
Vorrespondsenee
WASHINGTON,
UNITED STA
PRESIDENTIAL
Mr. PRESTON, one of t
make preparations for count
President and Vice Presid
reported th
Resolved, That the two Ho
Chamber of the House of R
day February 11, at 12 o'c
Senate to be the presiding
appointed on the part of
part of the House, to act as
the votes as they shall then
stated to the President of t
ed by him, and the person
President and Vice Presid
PRE-EMPT
Mr. HUBBARD, at one o
speech in opposition to'
proceeds from the sales
H. to the surprise of many,
an anticipated war witlr Gr
to have a war, Distributio
The reasons for supposing
were that Great Britain h
the East, and would now p
to the United States. It'
prepared, and if Great Brita
dary question before the e
we should
Finishing this part'of hi
to the subject before the
Distribute with vehemenc
tion. Much was said of
people of the Granite Stat
needed not Distribution,
Bill should not pass. If th
relieved at all, they wishe
the duties
Mr. Hubbard, in conclusi
time he should probably ha
upon this subject, and he
were his own convictions a
stitu
Mr. HENDERSON of Mis
upon the Bill. He was in
Pre-emption Bill, but mor
prospective one. He should
bution, but held himself at
and bye upon this question
do so. The time
Mr. BENTON said that no
tion bill would put a fea
upon that simple measure
Pre-emption question at o
against having it bur.dene
reign in their character.
suggest what should be don
his friends as to the impr
Cession, as an amend
Mr. CALHOUN said that
public land, originated wi
this, he read the opinion
he called him,spoken four
General Harrison. Mr. R
pressed the opinion that t
the new States, in order t
ly the independence of th
the patronage of the
Mr. Calhoun said that i
dolph of Roanoake deserve
ing the measure of Cessio
nothing but Cession would
Mr. RIVES of Va. addre
upon the subject. Believi
was the common inherita
opposed to that wholesale
lands to the newStates-or
establishing a prospective
supposed that when Mr. R
intended to favor Distribut
remarks dissipated all e
Mr. R. was ready to tax l
should never have been e
garding it as a fiscal ques
postponement, andt belie
things required it. I ano
to make any change in the
co-equal with the Govern
action in reference
HOUSE OF REP
After the Committee rose
derpoel of N. Y. had concl
more of N. Y. sent to th
Whereas thn bill of this
"An act to authorize the
was taken up in Committ
the state of the Union on t
and has been under discuss
as much ofthe indispensable
be acted on
Resolved, That said comm
the further consideration of
2d day of February instan
less the same shall be re
that time; and that said b
if any, as shall have been
shall be then taken up in
cial order until finally di
committee the right, acco
House, to report the same
shall te
It was read by
Mr. FILLMORE asked if
Objections were made fro
Hou
Mr. FILLMORE moved a s
The SPEAKER informed M
resolution related to the di
der, which was the subject
it did not require a suspense
i
Mr. FILLMORE said tha
proposition
The SPEAKER answ
The decision was recons
the Speaker announced th
sary to take the Bill from
A suspension of the rules
the yeas and nays demand
pension of the Rules by a
viots Question was then
the main question sustai
resolution, adopted by th
it a special order, will tak
tee to.
PUBLIC
Mr. SERGEANT of Pa. pre
presented in the Senate y


relating to the
Mr. TRIPLETT presented
Legislature of Kentucky re
Thus within two days fou
presented their demand to
Public Domain. Indiana ha
request, and Rhode Islan
New York anl other State
solutions before
TREASURY
The House went into C
Mr. Triplett of Ky. e
Mr. TRIPLETT spoke at
Vanderpoel, and replied
ability-particularly to the
member fro
Mr. T. spoke at some len
the Country, showing errors
speech of the member wh
showing also Ihe existence
Tobacco question was deb
evidence given that the int
if nothing else, required a
Mr. COLES ofVa. followed
for the next Administrati
should do just what he con
per. If not, he should vot
his opinions about the Pr
Administration, he went i
House, and labored to sho
meet all demands upon the
was no Nat

SUPREME COURT OF
MONDAY, FEBR
No. 24. Edmund P. Gaines
On a certificate of divis
Judge of the Circuit Cour
East Louisiana. Mr.Justi
opinion of this Court, diire
to all the questions
No. 25. James M. Vaughn
administrator, &c. Appeal
the United States for the
Justice Story delivered th
firming, with costs, the
Court in t
No. 13. Archibald K. Sm
error to the Circuit Cou
Justice McKinley delivered
affirming, with coits an d
judgment of the said Cir
No. 74 ot 1840. Ex part i
L. Edmonds et al. vs. And
from the Circuit Court of
bama. Mr. Chief Justice T
of this Court, annulling t
in this case, and r
No. 12. Merit Martin et al
Win. C. H. Waddell. The
was continued by Mr. Sher
err


.Maryland Le
Corepondelene o o
A N N A POLIS, Feb
HOUSE OF
Mr. Sutton presented the p
of Havre-de.Grece and its p
incorporate the Ha
The resolution in favour
take up for consideration
sin, again lai
Mr. Causin offered a mes
ate to return a bill, enti
to repair injuries done b
Engines upon the several
:Mr. Graves reported a bi
certain powers in the cor
in relation to the collection
Read the first andsec
Mr. Coombs presented a
County praying legislative
kers and
Mr. Seidenstricker prese
B. Hackett and others, rela
license laws. Referred
and M
Mr. Seidenstricker report
names of Henry D. Bull,
Bull, and Mary E. Bull, of
Henry D. Preston, Anne S
ton, and Mary E. Pre w
On motion of Mr. Causing
consideration the report s
to Ihe Public Lands. The
of the day for
The House adjourne
The Senate did

CITY COUNCIL
In First Branch,
The petition of A, Hyam a
suppression of gambling,
mode of removing criminal
was referred to the
Mr. Peregoy presented
Gross for permission
Mr. Pinkney presented th
ner and others relative t
ment and Ea
Mr. Fields offered a reso
and filling up Canal stre
Mr. Gorsuch presented thep
for a pump at the corner
Mr. Deloughery offered
Mayor for information rel
disease on
Mr. Bender presented th
and others, that the name
be altered to
The committee on Inter
unfavorable report in rela
Federa
Mr. Keyser, from the co
the subject of metai roots
tee could not a

Vessel' Sunk with probab
Hanna, of tho Brig Anne,ar
while at anchor off the lo
Monday, with the wind a h
er of about 50 or 60 tons l
but with hter main sail up
squall came up fron the E.
foa a short time. When itt
the schooner was sunk, and
water. He sent his boat an
was broken in two, and th
attached floating on the s
taken off, and brought up.
on board were below at th
The main sail he observe
was doubtless bo

We understand that the m
son's Iron Rail Road, now
tunda ofthe Exchange in
to Washington in afew days
improvement of Rail Roads
examine its

Maine U. S. Senator.-
(Whig) was elected,on Thur
ot the Legislature of Maine
the United States Senate,
the 3d of March next. In
ceived a r.njo'fily of 10 vo
the Senate a

The China News-The cor
from Cbina,received by the
is questioned by the pres
York American, spea
THE CHINA NEws excites
ding as it is confided in.
be correct, although they
ted and surprising. Othet
haps, some little interest
the intelligence, if not who
ted. We must wait l
The correspondent of th
ting from London under d
The North America packet
days later than the Colum
tant intelligence from E
have received lor
The whole city of London
morning by the arrival of
dia, wvth accounts of the
with the Chinese--leaving t
portant and welcome infor
your files of the Loidon jo
int, IlIe effect ot it may
extensive-the money mar
and favourably affected by
nation of an affair which L
ing a vast expenditure of
of no very tIvorabte resu
from England, which was
and military operation
Although the sum of 3,
and expected to be consen
be received by England, st
has been made from a war
very tar from appearing to
less smoca he lrue merIts
better un
The eflfet of this intel
not more by the advance in
place this afternoon, than
the value of tea-Compan
which leads the market-
night at 2a, 1 id., and havi
6,d. p
Thts intelligence from Ch
sidered as very important,
terests of the Unitled State
large market is opened t
time when blockades prese
bly continuing for months o
opening oh'the Chinese trad
an immediate large specul
lactured goeds-lhe stocks


to be much reduced in the
by stimulating business in
improve the value of the
which may be added that t
nese market to the cottons
vent the otherwise compuls
to England, and in some
from any oppressive gener
having been only a few ho
been sufficiently consider
but throughout the city ge
the difficulties with China
most favorable description
Respectingthe Bank of th
of very great importance
yesterday signed and sealed
ered-which is, the trans
from the hands of Mr. Jat
prison & Sons, of Broad-st
the establishment to whi
ed, until reientlly, und
Crydet-but which froin th
by Mr. Morrison and his so
of Mr. Show, a gentlemen
as a partner in the lale
Co., which was amongst th
yielded to the panic of the
ted, the agency ot the Bank
be transferred to the hou
sum of 700,000 sterling h
hands as deposit against [h
ted S
This sum of 700,000 has
of the State stocks, which i
ror ot the Bank to have po
lodged in tthe hands of th
large that an extensive an
changes may be recommenc
arrangement is altogether
which could have been made
tunes of the Bantik of the
and wealth of Mr. Morrison
agency, are of a standing
in Europe-this gentlema
Fonthill Abbey, and all th
sions formerly known as t
the property of evety desc
believed to be little unde
There is consequently the
stability in the new agency
Baring & Co., and it is to
fer of the business to th
will give every satisfacti
Bank of the U
Mr. Jaudon remains a
England in order to the c
ments.

ST. AiUGUSTIN
The schooner Frances arr
ing the news of additional
destruction of the enemy
Harney captured and kille
dians. On the 10th, at In
der Major Childs, Lieuten
Vliet, and Dr. Simmons, c
groes, killing 4. On the
Lieuts. Taylor and Van Vli
ling 1. Col. Harney had to
and is again in pursuit o
The news from the South
successes of Col. Harney,
conduct of Major Childs, an
tillery, are entitled to al
brave officer, and already
duct at Fort Drane. We


as are operating at the So
upon the grahlitude ot

Correspol~ e of
COURWF APP
MONDAY, Ist F
No. 38. The Farmers' Ban
kin, appeal from Chancer
ALEXANDER for the apple
A. RANDALL tor

THE WESTERN BAN
The last Louisville Jou
Banks were represented in
in this city-the banks of
and Tennessee. The anne
Mr. Guthrie,
Resolved, Thet the comm
ofTennessee, New Orleans.
to a committee of Messrs.
Groesbeck, Wright, Fitch
authority to make report o
opinion it is proper for thi
lation to the resumption of
future action of the banks
The said committee immedi
a short time, returned an
read and adopted, in
The committee to whom
nications from the banks
and Illinois, with authority
to adopt, in relation to th
ments and the farther action
and South, have had the su
atid report it as their opin
Indiana, and Kentucky, oug
sume specie payments wit
other baiks in the West,
banks in New Orleans. Th
ion that an early resumpti
best interests of the banks and
therefore, that thebanks re
tion should so shape their b
sume at the earliest practice
commended to the other ba
to bhie their course fa
Ti,-) are of opinion that
selves of the proceeds of
place themselves in a cond
ments at an early day; and,
in the West aind South can
cert, that resumption may
dice to the banks
They think a committee
this convention to corres
West and South, and endea
nct in concert and place t
resume specie payments at
and that said committee h
tion of the banks of Ohio
nesee, Illinoiss Louisian
they may think it expedite
Louisville, for the purpose
the resumption of s

THE ANNIVERSARY
BLE SOCIETY was held l
Mr. Hamner's Church, anda i,
clemency of the weather, the
an audience, some ot whom
curiosity to see the Chineo
the Rev. Dr. Parker deli
where lie has been Missioa
report was read by the A
Mr. Mitchell, which contai
ing subjects, a feeling ei
Easter, who distinguished
Bible cause while living,
the religion of that Biblew
to an almost p
After the report was re
Dr. Hlenahaw made a bri
cause in general; not con
particular object of good
of the Gospel," but rejoici
nominations of Proteslant
their hearts, their voices a
out the command of theiS
leave of his Disciples-"G e
preach the Gospel
Dr. H. was succeeded by
eyes were directed, as it
would treat principiallyof
national, civil and religi
they were not disappointed
was anticipated, but his vo
distinctly by many of the l
was unanimously passed, ca
his lecture. We hope that
to respond speedily to the
temporaneous account gi
cause of the recent war b
was intensely interesting,
subject. Very few underst
a The Rev. Mr. Sartell, o
sionary to France, conclude
of the evening, with a few
the speaker and the cause
the most profound attention
was "far spent" yet the aui
lighted with his remarks,
him go." Altogether the m
ing-a sight of the Chinese
and the friends ofthe Bibl
encouragement and go on
the spread of the Bible-"
-Paito
Explosion of an "nlfen
during the last summer, a
to "Peter Weed, Wilkes Du
Birmingham," Oakla,.. f,.
unknown person, at "i,, E -g
It has remained, unclaimed
the baggage room ever si
however, Mr. LAwson, the
ing occasion to be in the
the box with his foot, w
which knocked the sidin
away the partitions-brok
eight windows-tore up the
-and severely itjired Mr
bands, from which lie wi
fing
An examination of the fr
discovery of what had cons
en box, capable of tholdit
powder, which had been fa
strong iron bands. Attache
spring, to which appeared
small hammer, which was
strike upon a percussion c
would communicate with t
der;-the whole doubtless
the opening of the bh
The explosion was as de
been the explosion ofa k
cle that Mr. L. was not k
sures wilt doubtless be at
tery which now attaches to
was designed to bring the
Detroi

On Thursday last, Dr.
with robbing the United Sta
froom jail by the Hon. Ju
becoming bound in $60,00
neighbors from Uniontowa
appearance to s

A young man named Wnm.
a young lady named Marth
Mass., on Sunday evening
off a precipmce about fiftee
of the tail-way. He had a
injured, and the young la
a comb driven so deeply i
not be removed with the
very critical situation, b

Improvement in the Relec
from a Dublin paper, that
cliteved in Ireland, a mec
um.ph, which leaves all co
raises to extend indefinite
Astronomy. Lord Oxmouto
striuctios a magnificent and
gantic as that of Sir Will
any ot those imperfections
literally useless. The cap
strument has been tested
of Astronom


The Hon. WMr. C. PRESTO
most unquestionable author
no intention of L. a s eab'iptt
has been confidently report
Senate for the purpose of
A.'tihi-i-i.irT n 1i. carying
atlIant (L
From the New
We regret to see in thep
of the death of CAEB A. B
T. BUCKINGHAMS, Esq., edi
This young man was educate
ty, where he showed stro
cellent traits of moral ch
of his legal studies, he w
lished himself in Illinois i
sion. He had those energies
ty of temperament that would
him, in a few years, to d
State. Mr. BUCKINOHAM ha
by the loss ofpromising son
INGHAM was a gentleman of
ready distinguished himself
periodical literature oft t
were not inferior perhaps t
at the early age of 26 he
the livin.
Sugar fr.),n Beet Root.-I
ture of a:a, 1 niromn beet r
utactortes, there are at pre
tion many refining houses
factories for syrup fro
last working season, 30.0
made. A great part of

W- r fr.:l I. arnnouncs t
ing .Ii..'. Jacob Gree
Jefferson Medical Colleg
mable individual in priva
teacher ot his important
successful cultivator of na
Gaz.
Death from a Locomotive
as the New Brunswick tra
ah Newark, Benj. Whitsell
bliging omnibus driver, in
while yet in motion, was
and the train passed over
shockingly. He was extrica
off his body. He retained h
death, ten hours afterwards
with full possession
.J New Town ,dffair.-Th
in Connecticut, it is said
the selling rum is profitab
itable to the town, the tow
to their own hands. The
man to sell spirits for them
the select men to furnis
agent to register every m
the quanti
Sweet and Sour.-We recei
day from the orchard of
Mass., one halfwhich was
and both very juicy and f
each was distinctly market
ance of the fruit-a ridge r
and the sour side somewh
and of a different color


Communid
No.
Me.sara. EDITORs-Iln ibe
ouir,icsiion submitted by m
Banks which refused to rec
notes of the Baltimore an
would sooner or later be
burst of public opinion t
in the requ
It may not be unseasonab
the further consideration o
hibit before the public vi
nected with those wise Ba
selves so omnipotent as to
wishes in a matter so inti
the best interests of our c
ence to commercial, agricu
perty re
Itis alact well ascertain
city, as well asel wheree i
upon similar basil have
and confidence, if they h
the great mass of the Ame
hir- mnet'apiis/6T ar.,, anage
bh' at .,., h- .,gerly
of the States already has a
adopted. Great encourage
private Banking under prop
pire State." Consolidation
necting thlm with State int
erd, :-nd a favorite measure
"',11 11 of the intelligent a
It will be unnecessary to
rious schemes which have
here or elsewhere. Let w
sufficient to illustrate
Banking System is not on
the public. Recent events
small degree to shake wh
have remained with the fe
investments in s
Let the Banks then be ad os
of the past, as well as by
position they now mainta
they have upon thIe affect
era
Let them pause and consid
themselves out into such
overbearing demeanour-su
i .- ,1li L,.f io the
a. .i..i tar -,,r. J t l r their
in times
Should the Banks of this c
of the Baltimore and Ohi
will produce a crisis inot on
Road Company but in the w
unity. And after such
a continued and ill:,I
part of the public m n h i
generous and torgiving
pass over unheeded thei
their chartered rights and
of the public? Do Ihey
and oppressed community
dictation where their inter
cerned ? Do they concei
specie payments and resume
come, without working a fo
Do they believe they can
mted and pledges unrequi
can contract and expand th
regardless of the public s
the laws of trade and the e
enterp
If such be the opinions
Banks, they may in no long
the delusion of their hope
fontdest dreams. They wi
that they have been hbang
which will burst anid inv
ru
It is understood that som
tions have resolved not t
small notes of the Balt
Company. Is it so? Can it
ness and lenity exercised
lic. Let them reconsider s
been adopted b
Let them not forget that
they have received and pa
the Rail Road Company.
such action they have indt
public in them, and have
measure, their issue and ci
In receiving them it is
convenience and advantage
their friendly disposition
the public into a tree and
has greatly aided the Rail li.
them conformably to
It is now too late for th
however desirable it mnigh
They have deceived tite p
tinue to receive them ; for
dence in their implied pro
them that has made them
be
The position of the Banks
one where caprice may be
as in indivi
Each Bank may refuse to
other, whenever it shall d
committed to its guardians
If their course in such mat
,.n.- fi,lii. l c mmnit.l commu
"'t ion. Il h11 in never be
ceive the paper which has
the misfortune or mismanag
ti
In doing such an act how
amenable to public opinion
sumed, which may be appro
ing to circumstances. It t
or vindictiveness, or selfis
ment, in any matter conne
stitutions, they inevitsbl
imprecations of n it only
judged proceeding, but of the
years may not wipe away the
i.;r,- groans of the injutt
i Iie Banks of this city
the .1.,i, ,i... r-,i a. ai.:c.
of'ih. Vi. ,m 1,,w: ,I.k.-, s
terwards-having, however,
ing with their customers
practice too has been reco
Banker. Why cannot the B
course with a cenf -r I,,iI,,r i.
to the small nom ;- i h l i,- i
Road Company, should i
'It is not the wish ofthe
harsh towards any of the
expose with unmerited seven
tices ot thesa institutions
He believes them to be ex
sires that they shall be ma
their legitimate sphere of a
not altogether fi
For the presidents and dir
taiiu; :rne.i i .pect as pr
Thi- .,.iiiah-r.i enterta
upon the subject of the sm
company, are so much at va
ble, it is with regret rathe
constrained now toa
Be assumed, gentlemen
beer dipped in ga
You have my best wishes
conceived to be necessary
pecta
We differ but in opinion-
cal and must he united and
same City and State, looki
prosperity, wealth, enter
inc. shich can all be ac
'hna.i.r. I by the exercise
ected by liberal and ael
MORE \ N.i
CINCINNATI,
The River is now tallinm
inches in the24 hours, how
lor the navigati

f{g-The following Ticket
TERN BANK OF BALTI
tlhe Stockholders lor their
take place on
Samuel Jones, Jr.
Robert Taylor,
William Harden,
Francis Burns,
Comfort Tiffany,
l.ot Eusey,
Jacob Reese,
Robert Garrett,
C. A. Schaeffar,
fe3 P
TO THE STOCK
WESTERN BANK OF B
lowing ticket lor Directo


Baltimore, composed of ge
one fifth ot the capital stock
holders for their support,
Samuel Rices.
Joseph ML 1ht,,,.b
George R. Gaither,
Frederick Konig,
Comfort Tiffany,
George N. Eaton,
William Tiffany,
Lewis Kemp,
C. A. Schrtffer,
A C
To the Stockholders
A report being in circular
of anew ticket of Directio
tor its object the removal
ficers ofthat institution,
of tlhe stockholders offering
per to give this public ass
such intenionu has ever be
that theiraim is simply to
Bank, and all other proce
the manner in which they fi
conducted. Far from any t
its present officers, the
ticket will be most happy
ting tithem to
This occasion is taken
which is in existence and
movementfor reform has i
certain ofthe new director
source of Bank facilities.
committee beg to state th
each end every one of the
have never been in the dir
a pl'd.ze to stockholders
t .i. i ..r the discount ofa
mains a director ot Ihe ins
of which lie may be a m
plication, but tlhat, so ta
cerned, the means of'the B
the accommodation of
The committee in giving t
that a similar assurance w
be offered by the administr
no doubt, be accept
0:3-Through inadvertence
not consulted as to the pr
garding discounts or other
Card" to the Stockholder
lished in the American ofh
sed to such pledges, and
declaration.
MECHANICAL LIBRA
Thie Lecture Commitlee
ounce that the seventh L
be delivered on WED
February 3rd, at the As
.LEB CUSHING of Massach
Mental Cultivatio
The regular tickets on th
mit one Lady an
Single tickets 50 cents
plication at the several

THIRD WARD TIP. C
Quarters, Aisquith str
o'clock. By orderofte
fe3 P


Married on Friday. 80th nil
FRED. CAPLER toflits RACL
Armnde;i
Married at Eastio, Md. on
BUTTON lo Mdi EI.IZABE. W
cou
Married at Charleston, S. C
DAVISor Virginita, 1oMisa
more.

Died on the morning of th
LOCK, aged
Died on the 30th ult. after air
WM.CALDERSON, itll hs a
Died on the 30th ult. WILL
and I
From the Limeridck i 1,a a 3
DEATH OF I -OLtNLL C
On Saturday last, the 26th ii
street in the 82d year of hisa
O'DONNE.L, CvB., late of t I
vice, and father of L .ii (.ii
Military Secretary to Lh- a .a.i.
da. The death of thi. st.,irinai
united in himselfalUillI. L.l,artll
tian-a good citizen. al it iri
cit. ,- :t i,rj juror, n.l do-riL
r.i.r lF.1.-t fobrson u. I- a a-,
I',,A,.-, is .l hb felt a- a l- 'n i
ties, to most of whiIca i, I ta i
tron, as well as a coiri lit ldt',
prove the moral and talljlpirl.l L
His death bed was a ..-1....i.'
those friends who hald tie- L.Ti
sure and resignation of i1 i Uari-
death in the tentecd fi.i.i. n.i
emy-in tile blessedi ,a-ii I, l rLr
and won talit laurel %i. i -,ri
by their mournful i lhirn-, riv
public loss which ii i-ur ciyiv h s -
of tier most cstalnl.t e dirid atli.
erality and practi I a,.r,iR u'a
eral weal, and never failed at
lie served wilh great eclat fo
passed the evening of his life i
teemed and beloved by all clas
thle county Clare revert to h
next devolve to his only son,
Staff in North America. The r
be interred in tihe family mon
morrow. Trnasting in the all su
Own i';fic. n.,i r. r, surviving
with i La.n I i la ihi.. immor
the bosom of his fa
A concise but graphic sketch
late Col. Henry Anders
(Foin the East India
"LIEUT. COLONEL HENRY A. O
TABLISH
"This officer arrived at Mad
nuary, 1781, and served ino a c
threatened that fortress. In
;il I' l .i U n- II.1 JJl. e ill i. Ir
.-.\ i, .1., -l. alt. !i O I na t.
it,. a i i, t i hi a i .t a, 1-.. h I
s. i t Ii.. r. at. it .igalm,
W ,..... i1, in ii. iih ,.I t iill t,. i
t I i-, I *i I iL-a1 i .. ,.I r a ..
ar.i i aI.. .,k .i l i 0 -, -t -- ..
] tJll ,- r1.]. u l[ at ia. .I .t iii lWr.
p., i-,,ll i l. ,lrt, Ir I ,,r-. *O''rE
a.,', hlt.. -, an tr. ih a .i F. i. I
air -hIl 1l li t r l I, %i. ri :'Jt le
U T. -1.~h, -t',l. ... .. 1 ..%-i. iNl D.u w ia ej dg
a i- ,,*,..i , r . i F ,,, I.f i r,]- t l
tar.i, lt 1.1.s a in. I t iar., a.i. *i,
so andrfaiia-ti ,tr ,i -i 1.i-ta,
ca t. il a IlIt. -, t[,.,-,.inf lihr
ra h.r a l. l .r..al.It, rr..* .ah, l i
i i/ li i I l '- ",I, ..i J ,.ia r .
Captain. In the latter end of 8
Lord Lake, at the *ii;, ,i *-
g;. A r.f Ar.. in %-ti.ii, ,iin.n a l
Il '- '.i>liu. r, In that year. [I i
handed the 12th Regimenit of Hn
*'HL sill-r.l;, iic rI ii ,'ll 4.,i
ai.. r t.ia,, I .... SI i,.aaa ..tr o
ii-1 1 ., 9taap....-.ri. ai. it o a.
tient were formed into a body
night attack, onil the south bank
which occasion he succeeded in
iny, and taking a considerable num
He was promoted to the rank ofM
and commanded a battalion of
Lord Lake, in hIlia ei iu,.n'lil >lr
Furluckabad, with tli i-l. t i.a
army was surprised and route
Deeg, in command oftie same
the right lip, at the first stormJ
In Marcei, l8j7,he commanded i
ofAckbarpoorin the Viziersd dom
stonl, and received i li.kA.rk. ,
that oceeasion. In iliiii. I-lr t 0
detachment, under r Lr,..- olari
R. Gregory, ai! alt. L tao a atala
Gowralh, in iha, a'iliaiaai'arrh "
of the same year he a .,-nttrih
some refractory Zermindars, wh
forts in the Vizier's domiritions
aar,.,a la vt ii,,, .r ..{. 1 i
rt-- ..i . .-[...a. .iil .Lur 1 .,aI
session of the whole in a few days
received letters expressive of the
cellency the ". .ii-'oitrrrir lirt I.
Forces, Capt. Ranr .i o 1.11.i1. 1.
ness, the Newaub Vizier. He .
8th Septl. 109, and removed to t
talion 4
Lieut.-Col. O'Donnell was appo.
panion of the Or

HEALTH O'l-i'It, TUESDAY
Report ofintermints in the C
week, ,r 'illrra, Mioa
Still.born 4; 1I idratI I to.i
sumption 3; Catarrhal it e
1; *Oldl age 5; Dri,.';y in t
1; 1l -,:.ll.a il ia, Drop ..-\ I
ever 1; Sudde
Under 1 year-..........
1 and 2............ .
2and 5-........
10and 21...... .
Above 21.................
Males, 15-Females, 21
7 were colored pers
By order,
"lOne a white wom

WF-THE INDIGENT SICK
ledge the receipt, arrr.,ii
Gill,olt the sum of 3.5.. el
cotton, and a bundle cont
dry wearing apparel, for th

OU-NOTICE.-A public
RICK HENRY" LYCEUM
(Wednesday) EVENINGat
session room of the Rev'
German near Sharp street
sist of a lecture and a di
may be had ofth e i ui, l
FIAN LK
fe 3 -'

VIA; W ,1 45" "d,6 t.61111

PRICES OF
Reported for the AMERICA
and General Commission
Gay street. BAI
BANK STOCKS.
Bank of Baltimore, -
Union Bask of Maryland, -
Farmners' and Mercants' a
Mechanic's d
Franklin
Commercial and Farmers d
Farmers and Planters
Marine d
Merchants
Citizens d
Chesapeake
Western
Patapseco Bank of Marylan
FErarmers Bunk of
United States Bank,
RAILROADS & CAN
Baltimore and Ohio Rail oi
II air .. r,. n ,... a ....a ,. i
r. I,. i h'.a.a., ; ,a i\ i. ,
i'hilad. \Vilmington & Bait.
a'l"i',' a, ..n Canal- -
I lI., i' l STO
Restertown, - -
York, ..--
Frederick, --
Harfird, .---
INSURANCE STOC
Maryland, .----
Baltimore,- .---
Neptune, ..----
Ameriean, .---
Baltimore Life, -
American Life and Trus
Baltimore Fire, .---
Merchants do. -- --
Firemen's, -
PUBLIC LOAN
City Corporation 6 per cen
5 -
State of Marylatid 8" -
-" *" -
4 -
5 per cent. Sterling Bond
Bait. &OiioR. R. 6 p.ct.
MISCELLANEOUS ST
Union Mainufecturing Co
Gas d


Baltimore Shot Tower do
Phenix do do do
Water d
Baltimore Steam Packet Co.
Treasury Notes, 10---
Specie, 0---
Ground Rents, .- .
U. States Bank Post
S. For Sale.

Sales of Stocks at the E
W. BooL, A
$500 Slate Five per Ce
96009 .
$Otto ..... 45
$1500 "
$2370 "
8500 City Six per Cent,
$500 "
$2260 "

Sales a tihe New York S
699 shares U. S. B11-%..
50 "' Canton Comp ..
Sales of Stock at Ph
354 shares U. S. Bank..
100 Phil. and Balto.

NEW YORK
Monday even
Cotton is going in a great w
of Cotton on Saturday evening,
1 .;; Tir, were suflficient to mak
S ,laja d ., "..,i., bales. To-d
prices are fully up to ithe high
A carao of new Southern Cor
another chiefly old at 53c. trim
Genesee Fi..ur a c.i i. i, lir'
sales were lt i ia I LI, ii a u la 0.
barrels Bran ..v 1i.. a l .i a
& Co. at86,.2'..H. ta I ii
from the wh i hi ta 1. j lir,
England, tho.n 11i`a tILrlvi, atiht..
u
The Charles Carroll fo
Exchanges, including Certifi
in distant places are at p
Boston.............. par toa a
Philadelphia.............- i-
Baltiniore-............... a- I
Washington,DC....... a- N
Riehmonld ..............Ha-
Petersburg-..............do do
Norfolk................. do do
Raleigh.......--.....-.....a--
Wilmington .......... dodo i
Charleston.............2 a-
lnterior,S. C............-a-
Augusta ................-5jr
Macon...................-a-
Cotumbus............... 4.a-
Jour. Cm
BOSTON MARK
Coffee-The market remains a
ernment Java 13c; 4a5@0 bag
Rio (of which the market is ne
Flour-Prices have sustained
however, is less active, and as
other good Southern has sold a
remains the same, 85,J31,
Fish-Sales of Halifax Macke
1 at $14 pe
Grain-The market continues
further declined; closihg railesf
52e. per bushel, cash. tiles
Sugar.-Stock small indli bu t
boxes Havana brown 704cr;200
lb. 6 me,--









__x~ium ifB~ __
PORT OF BALTIMORE.
Flom =ie -rrrt pruf Reail,in Room Books.
ARRI VEI'E.
Brig Ann, Hanna,f I'nt.m Rio e Janeiro,. leth D.e. e'ff'ee, oi
H. Jekins. Kirkland & Chias, R. P. Brnan, J ieanny. H.
Boyle, arid oilt rs. Vce hisel Il'l tpQ i-ilf'-d v'-id m y ?pF he
Jan. Bill, lai 4 19N In, I\VW.11 .ri.g .;r.nas, Irmi Salt in
lor Masanham. Silt, Inl. 31, Iln.t. t9, .ria New Vork, i'.'il
Savannah ior Mlarnraiam.5 dai 0 i hn. ill. 33,2. ii,i.;
689 50,hip Soloo. 5 d s i in.m New ,I,.i i.in,dd id E, Mot,.
Schr Aiino, lMeo ]U ,t .1i I',m iiMsaAlsa iiila e, Io
Weld & JenkR.
Schr. Euarker, Mdiltn, 11 ii id)6 iim. ti rarl ir.n Inaber, i.
older.
CLEARED,
Brig Margaeit, Smlli. Mitiii ,i. J. P' A.toms.
SAILEt--Brig Crlee,... IPo. kliifL-.r,. Ja.,, sebra. Armer
fatuon, Tnom[..rin, ai,. l ,.:y G KiU., Dili, Philadelphia.
At St. Thomas, Jan. 19, schro. Ohio, Wingate, from Balti-
lmore, une1 1 iC.lii ia, J',,e .. .ho.;and Mazeppa, Baker,do.do.
S Th ship W', 'eWiri, i',. ni mn, of and for Baltimore, in 30
days, was at Buenos Ayres 5th Dec.
Tne snip Merchant, Murphy, of Baltimore, was at Manilla
1 I 5, v., sall for New York in 7 days.
'Ths br. V Whig, Baldwin, of Baltimore, was at Buenos Ay-
rie.s 5th Ic. to sail for Antwerp in 30 days.
The brigs ChickaSraw, Hamilton, and Joseph Balch, (new)
Dafoi. ior Btslimr,., cleared at Boston 30th ulnit.
Tie brig Ei,t Gjnby, nence at Montevideo via Rio 7th
Dec ai..
The sthr. M.li I itl l, Hlvaaras, Uret.,J at N-.w' irK .Ut1 lill Left brigs El Cabal
lern, liuring.nii. -f Baltimore, une. dis; John R. Gardner,
NelII. rf do unw, eiim. Clio, Kelly;of do. do.; Fanny Elssler,
iukbharl, ul'o 1i it..n Jamaica, line.
Thi el iri. MTar r A, ai.. i "aiton, for Portau Prince, and
Sslkipeare, Fita-. llI.. BJiii naort for Mayaguez, sailed from
SI rboiuiri Iti uill
Tie eilir Pii,raa li I rap.-riie, hence for Boston, arrived
1L Holmes Hi.le "2' iin.,
The al, 'e iit.., Julint.ri, i..r Baltimore, cleared at New
York Oill uli.

BOSTON, Jan 3t..-. l' M -CI'd. ship Tennessee, New
Ori slan, biqut W.),ii lVyk, A ianzas; brigs Democrat, St.
Johi ,., P. I : tl i. i .ae biBtiiiore; Joseph Balchdo.
HOLML.' HOI.E,.I in ."s -Ar. brig Cadet, Buenos Ayres
,Sin. t Oit l*i ".., tIn 11--.C Irt Iiston. Left at former, ships
Vnoi, Sc.ti I'.,r Ni \ .-,r,. Zi *, Idg; W min. Penn, Baltimore,
do. d... Liiul.,>j. *.i,'i., .'iri.ig; barques Arethusa, for New
'o0 k, lit r- i{ii. itd. ., in i uba; Drymo, and John, unc.
W ll. I'L.; li 1i. 'L i,,, w r Aint -p, 30 ds. Idg; Nabob, NYork;
Ovine,, Pnlt ,i id pt,,.a, A.,: Mci.i.rl..i.,ir hi J,,.. ',.S *l,l> .
L.'lltlii; Rid .[ ll: l..i -.la' ',! r Id' ii ,r ,'l irl- r L hIi/ ..lh i (j uil
"r a,'ar. fi ] Ull .;]- ij..ii Il.. lhilh, \ l ,ll.t...l. i- ,l,. ** hl.ii i *i l.
tit. i'i N ''nik. .1. .. lii i m lusan, P iladelphia, do; Is-
s.I fr.'i, 'pe .I. -i..I.. ii ; brigs Nelsoa C'ark, NYork,
nieg; i|,ri.i ir in id. d.,, ii.i., King Piil)ip, for 5'alem,next
dri. Unique l.0'w,-r. 'ii .l dony, and brig Smyrna, for
J aurn .i A)re4, 'j .'iI>
Arr nacir. Lii[.:ip i/.-. h1itnlihire.
Paso.rt b. I ,e cliN Mri.,, from Apalachicola.
PHIOVIlENCE.i.h. .: -Air. ship Hanover, NOrteans;
brig l Manhall in, Mnb,.
NEW YORK, Ferb l-.Air. hlp Luconia, fmin Canton and
Manilla S9rl:. lI.
StiII Tien-.n,, fin N. w rl-, ins; Louisville, do; Hilah, do.
Barqiue ,,iiioiiur V!,. nora .,ia Oct. 5, Angler Nov. 4, St.
Hli.n.a D-i e. LLi ,t M.,'.,. ship Merichant, New York
7 das,, ir.I.ui B.-i. i- i 1i I aal arrived oni tihe 2d Oct. fin
Slievri; ilp 11M.ii.i 1i 1 .1 ] i )a, S i i. -J -'.'i .,i'[ trg Dl-i
an f -r C ,,; a n ni% ie lh I. .ips 1.1. i ...I [, ,l.' .i.h i J.1,
WVa.luinjL..ii., N\'P V- -ii '1; Stig, ior Singapore Sept. 20.
BHaiqi." [Lltil, In'InI 1] illrl..ds|
Brig Radius, from Trinidad. Left brigs Gen. Ryan, for Bos-
tow, Ailih ', .;,n *..r i'. I.l i
Biiim s d. isia. iiii ',. .i nbruco; Aeton, St. Marks.
Brig. Til,,. uit,.. '.iin isalaga; Comnitauquaid Leghorn.
Bur lg .i. ii, i ', ,.,n New Orleans; -,O ,I,. rr ir, h uli. La.
F .:nrs Or),. .n fr...n r ,-,.1 II t,, 1, it nI. I *.,i I ..racoa.
Feli i. n .ii- i Cl'. S .'-, ,. r .., "4. iui, iiii, Cristoval Co-
lon, Havana; Alabama, New Orleans.
Arr. brig Florida, from Apalachicota. Schr. Ninetta, from
Barbadoes, and 11 days from St. 'Thomas.
PHILADELPHIIA, Feb. 2-il'd. scar. Gen. Warren, Per-
nambuco.

NOTICE.-The subscriber having lost the Books
aii.l p pers belonging to the estate of Thomas
Whee.en ty hue fire on 26th January last, respectlul-
ly asks the favour of those persons to whom he hais
paid hills against said Estate to give him a copy of
said bills and receipts, so, as to enable him to make a
correct return to the Orphans' Court.
JAMES C, WHEEDEN, Executor,
_fe 3 4t* No. 75 Smith's wharf.
"]IO'I'II;E -(- dli. Eur"- Uij i-IZ E ~hF'. Ti[
O T I I{ ;H I.IN E N'N t, 1) u'1 l Pa ,t A I. I. Iii-
MIORIriW MO[NINi;, at- pi -aid L. ilhi Gools
arranged for examination.
Included in the sale will be found a full assortment
of4-4 L nnh.m;3.4 andl4-4 Brown Linens;Linen Drlls;
Table Dama-l.si dnd Diapers; &c., suitable for the
Spring Trade.
fe aR. A. TAYLOR & CO.
REMOVA L.
HARTZOG & ROBINSON have removed
to the store No 241g BALTIMORE STREET,
North side, 2nd door West of Liberty street, formerly
occupied by Baltzell I Payne, where it-i will keep
a large and general assortment of Ill1' GOODS
and respectfully invite their friends and dealers gen-
erally togive them a call. fe 3 4t
DISSOLUTION.
T HE firm of WILLIAM CARSON & CO., is
S this day dissolved. All persons having claims
against the said firm, are requested to present them
forthwith for settlement, and those indebted to said
tfi, m will please make payment to Carson, Allison &
Co. who are authorized to settle the business of the
late firm. JOHN CARSON,
*,,, vit., Partner of
January 31st, 1841. eo4t* A IC.\I%.'ON &t CO.,
fe3
NEW FIRM.
HE undersigned having purchased the entire
stock of Seasoned Lumber of William Carson
& Co., (Buchanan's wharf) beg leaveto inform their
friends and the public generally that they will at all
times keep a general assortment of Seasoned LUM-
BER which will be uip,r,.,-, if upon the most ac-
commo,'a ing terms. ('A ,i)O'M. ALLISON & CO. .
February st, 1841. eo4t* fe 3
HE CO-PARTNERSSHIP ti,, between
JOHN I JAMES MAGNESS il,. iila\ dis.
solved by mutual consent. Either ofthe I T-.fiii. is
aulhorFieil to use the name of the firm in settlement of
business belonging to the same.
JOHN MAGNES9,
f&4 1 *** 1 ,i %I F'4 MAGNES9.
('O-P.i I'I' i EtkSlNI iIP
.4.A. V E n. i, c],...I it., % .,.1 JAMI[." 1 1 l.L.L E
-MEM ON with .ny.-ll iI li.' lI. i.ii. bu,-
ness-whrich will te conducted in future under the
firm ofALEX. HERON& SON.
I'eht. I. ,it1 -3 4t ALEX.HERON.
DISSOLU'tIOri Or' CO PAt.T stcStile
T lHE CO-PARTN E RSHI P hieretotfbre exist-
iug irn thle firm of JOSEPH CROOK & GOTT,
is disulved by mutual consent.
JOSEPH CROOK,
THUS. J. GOTT.
Baltimore, Dec. 23, 1840. fe 3
IMBRIE & FARNUM
No. 7 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, (Up Stairs)
" AVE just received a large and desirable assort-
o nent of BRITISH DRY GOODS, consisting
of-
Rich New Styles Daik and Light London PRINTS
Misiin .1. Laines; Prince Albert Fancy Mixed
Gaumbroens, Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES, Itc.
A L.SO 2') cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON. White ar,. ss.urted colours. Ie 3
M-RY LAND CHLMICAL WORKS.
iIE hube,'ib.e' have on hand and odor for sale
M. the following articles. viz:-ALUM, EPSOM
SALTS. COPPERAS, WHITE LEAD, PIG LEAD,
SOLDER.
SAMUEL It PHILIP T. ELLICOTT,
No. 5 Ellicott street,
fJ e3 calf0 1 P ____ 1 i 't e. l,,-ria
N^H. [l(i\ IRI{, .', a, .1 r;IlF Av *: I n
,No. 14 Ba.tinim.r, o'r..(, ui.i-t .1..... t.. Mr. S. A'.ri.
Silver Sminh.)
R ESPECTFULLY inobrus his friends and the
public that having resumed business he is now
prepared to attend to all orders, especially the com-
pounning of Physicians' Prescnp.ions, at all hours
night or day. fe 3 eo4tt PS
WIGSTI'RN MEBCHANTS WHO SHIIP
BY D. LEECH &A CO.'S LIN E,
(During the Canal season,)
WILL find it to their interest, before shipping
their ods, to call at
JOSEPH TAYLOR &I SONS, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sts.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pittsburg or
Wheeling. fe 3 ls?
MANCHESTERi GINGIAAMS.
H AILTON EASTEll At CO., No. 1571
BAL l.] IORt': -lREET, have received a large
lot cf MIA.NCHESTER GINGHAMS. mostly new


patterns, and of superior quality to any heretofore on
hand. The above will be sold by the piece or yard at
a very small advance, fe 3 4t
B <IMORE AND 01110 RAIL ROAD
SSMALL NOTES wanted by J. L. NICHOL-
SON &I BROTHERS, who have for sale Virginia
Bank Bills, Wheeling also. fe 30
?XCHAaNGE ON NEW YORK, it sums to
A suit purchasers, for sale by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
fe 3 P __ 11 Bowly's whf-
C LOVERSEED-fort ac t ,
t13 HARVb.V aHAW, 33 W.Pratt ast.


C LOVERSEED-For sale by
DRAKELY I FENTON,
fe 3 282 Baltimore street.


'i EESE-K-2,,, L, -, ratl ..tL.. ,-,ir, for sale by
% RU1HEHFOiRDI)& HUiRLBUT,
fe 3 P 11 Bowly's whf.
C HABIPAGLNI.- WirIK.--"- .'m .irl, [iam'
pagnp P ire,;. lor a;,1- I., I,, '. i ..I bh
f- 3 I1)HN P. ri\M-. B. hl, '..h,'f.
D RI D APPLES- "l, bustihels LDried Apples,
for sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
Is 3 282 Ballo. st.
_ AMILY FLOUR-Made of the best White
' Wheat, for sale by HARVEY SHAW,
fe 3 35 West Praitst.
E"RC E it P0 I'rAl'i' i _C',i" .ii -,elstor sale
by itTHLKIFtI:)D ik HItRLBUT,
fe 3 P Iu Bowly's whf.


ICEI-70 tierces ICE., to r sale bvy
R. RUTHERFORD &t HURLBUT,
fe 3 .P I I Bowiv's whbrf.


W INES. -Sicily, Madeira, Malmey, ad Sler-
ry WINES, for sale by
e 3 d P HENRY THOMPSON & SON.


I NTERIWHALEOIL in bbls. for sale by
WV JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 3 7 Bowlyv's wharf.
B UTTtit AND LA RD-200 kegs No. 2 and
3 Western BUTTER: 50 do No. I LARD.-
For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
Is 3 282 Balto. st.
C LOVERsEF.D-lilt, bushels prime quality,
free from ripple, oIm r.ile by
BUCK IA HERR,
tbfe 3 8 Spears whf.
COTTON YARNS & CANDLE WICK.-
*A constant supply, fresh from the Factory, will
always be found by applying to
fe3 d P HENRY THOMPSON & SON.
DRAFTS ON PHILADELPHIA, NEW
YORK and BOSTON, in sums to suit purcha-
scrs, for sale ty JOHNSTON & LEE.
VIRGINIA MONEY WANrED,. eP3
D RIED PEACHES-50 bushels Dried PEA.
CHES; for sale by
'DDRAKELY &FENTON,
fe 3 282 Baltimore st.
pORK AND LARD-
A few bbls. MESS PORK, new packed
A few firkins LARD, for family use, for sale by
LOWRY & GILL,
f16 3 42t No. 75 Bowly's whf.


OFFICE OF MARYLAND INS. COMPANY,
3rd Fehruary. 1841. S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
iU President and Directors have this day declared a
ivid.lend o Ten Dollars. per share, pAyable atthis
office, on snd slier MONDAY lbe 15ih inst.
The Slockholers 01l this tC'ompany are also notified
that they are required by the Charter to renew their
notes during the present mofith; and also, that an e-
lection for thirteen Directors, to serve for one year,
will be held at the office of the Company, on MON-
DAY, the 1st day of March next, between the hours
of 10 and 12 o'clock." By order, .
=fe3 4t* PO WM. PARTHOW. Sec'y.
F ELL'SPOINT SAVINGS' INSTITU-
TION-Tho President and Directors have this
day declared a half yearly Dividend of three per cent.
on the Capital Stock and weekly Deposiles of this
Institution, which will be paid to the Stockholders
and weekly Depositors on and after WEDNESDAY,
10th inst. F. S. LITTIG,
fe 3 Treasurer F. P. S.I.
1110 BOXES CHOCOLATE,
30 150 casks CHEESE,
300 boxes do.
100 casks Eastern Cut NAII.S,
1500 Corn Bi)lltl-.
50 boxes 'PEPPF.lU, and 5 lb. papers,
50 kegs do.
MUSTARD, in tins, wood and glass,
CAYENNE PEPPER,
Winter Whale OIL, &c.
In store, and for sale bv y WM. YOUNG, Jr.
fe 3 W&M-4t 7z Bowly's wharf.
AVANA SEGARS-
10,000 Palm brand
10,000 Cannonoes brand
5,000 Elmore do
5,000 Saquez do in l0th boxes
5,000 Principes, Perez brand
3,000 do do in 8th boxes
3,000 Regalia's, in 20th boxes
10,000 Havana, low priced. For sale by
SCHWARTZ & ROGERS,
fe 3 d4t 189 Bdltimore st.
FtESH FRUIT, NUTS, &c.
60lfl ROXES BUNCH RAISINS
e00 100 do Cluster do
100 half boxes Bunch do
100 qr. do do do
40 box es Sicily ORANGES
40 boxes Sicily LEMONS
50 diruos Smyrna FIGS
5 cases PRUNES, in glass jars
25 kegs Malaga GRAPES
100 bushels GROUND NUTS
1000 Ibs Soft Shell ALMONDS
300 Ibs Paper Shell do
j00o Ibs FILBERTS
1000 Ibs Palm NUTS
10 cases French CORDIAL
10 ito Claret WINE
5 do Hock do
FRENCH CONFECTIONERY, also that of our
own manufacture.
01- Country Merchants and others will find it to
their advantage to call previous to I.i-ch,-i,si else-
where. SCHWARTZ Ikt Rii.f'I '.,
(Successors to R. Price,)
fe 3 dit a 0 189 Baltimore street.
OOTS. SHOES, HATS, CAPS, AND
BONNETS-On consignment, lorsale at man-
uactuirers prices by I he package only
The subscribers have in store by late arrivals :
200 cases Lrained, and seal wtelt and pump sole
BOOTS p-e'd
150 Kip welt i;l I P'o peg'd
100 Calf" and pump sole BOOTS peg'd
50 fine sew'd stitched
50 Kip "
20 double soles upper Calf "and
sewed
15 single "
300 comprising a general assortment of mens
women's and children's SHOES
-ALSO-
]50 Palm HOODS
100 Florence 7-11 and Devon Braid Bonnets
50 low priced Tuscans, to close ana invoice
100 Palm HATS assorted qualities
60 Fur and Russia HATS
20 Wool do
MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
fe 3 eo3m No.23 South Charles st.
AISINS.-500 boxes best Bunch RAISINS
150o do do Cluster do
o100 do do Bloom do
100 h!f do Bunch do
150 quarter do do do
In sore and tbfor sale low by
PRICE & THURSTON,
fe 3 No. 139 Baltimore st.
JO 1 TON-200 bales Louisiana COTTON, land-
ing from ship Cherokee and bark Solomon Salt-
us, for sale by W. McDONALD It CO.
87 Bowly's whf.
-IN STORE-
92 bales prime G. ,.-i.1 Upland COTTON
53 do North ('arulr,. do.
fe 3 P d4
OD FISH, HAKE FISH, &c.-
S 75 drums Grand Bank COD FISH
200 boxes containing 100 lbhs each dodo
60 drums small Straits FISH
75 drums Hake Fith
3u0O boxes Scotch HPI-r;r.rr,'--F. sale by
fe 3 JOHN P .1 1) \M1, 7 Bowly's wharf.
I K EH AMBUCO SUGAR-
E 1' ihbls. j Pernambuco new crop White SU-
900 bags 5GAR. Cargo of achr. Justina, re-
presented to be of superior qaii'jl-ii.- r..., I. land
fbr sale by LU.% IN RoIilN.'thN,
fe 3 42 Commerce street.
MADDER-Thirty casks Crop and Ombro Mad-
M der. just received per Gen. Harrison, from Rot-
terdam, in store and lor sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 3 14t P 31 South Charles at.
UMPTY WHISKEY HHDJS.-50 Good
Bright HHDS. wanted by
SAMUEL GETTING,
fe 3 d4t 55 Smith's whnrf.
ILr'BAi~~'lil sAl lbs. i,.LVE UGEESE V tA-
F THERS; for sale by
DRAKELY & FENTON,
fe 3 282 Baltimore street.
LADES BUT'TERt-100l kegs Glades Butter,
from choice dairies, suitable for family use, for
sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
fe 3 282 Balto. at.
SOLASSES-200 bbls. new crop superior New
I Orleans Molasses, landing from ship Cherokee,
for sale by JOHN P, ADAMS,
fe 3 7 Bawlv's whf.
OLLED IRON-50 Itons ot round and aquaie,
Flat& Hoop IRON. in store and for sale by
HENRY THOMPSON &SON.
fe3 d P
R UMI-100 bbls N.E.RUM
75 do I1stand 4th proof BRANDY.
For sale by JOHN P. AI)AMS,
fe 3 7 Bowly's whf.
fUGAR HOUSE MOILASSES-5 hhds supe-
rior sugar house MOLA.'^'E for sale by
JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 3 7 Rowly's whf.


9 k500 LBS. FREDEtiICK CO. BA-
S CON, ofsuperic 4.r q lit% .ii .t rec'd.
ANDREW ul:i.,. l V0.
fe 3 Franklin street.
| DRUMS fresh Smyrna FIGS, just receiv-
tYiP ed, and for sale by
PRICE & THURSTON,
fe 3 No. 139 Balto. st.
BOARDING.
A PLEASANT PARLOUR, CHAMBER
and NURSE'S ROOM in ani agreeable BOARD-
ING HOUSE, No. 247 Baltimore street, at present
occupied by a family about to commence house keep-
ing, will be vacated during the next week, and will be
rented singly or collectively it'f application is made
soon a, the house. References given and required.
fe3 dlw
I '*miS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, Thlat the sub-
_. scriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Baltimore County, letters of Administration on the
estate of FRANCIS LOUMAN, late of said County
deceased. All persons having claims against the said
estate, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with
the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before
the 3d day of August 1841; they may otherwise by law
be excluded (rom all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to the said estate, are requested to make im-
mediate payment.
Given under my hand this 3d day of February 1841
ROBERT MITCHELL. Adm'r.
fe3 law4t* P* ____
SH auLT'I'IM )oI'F COUNTY ORPHANS'
COURT, January 30, 1841.-Ordered, that the sale
ot the real Estate of Luke Tiernan, deceased,-made
by Alexander Neill and William T. Somerville, the
Executors of the last Will and Testament of the said
Deceased, and this day reported to this Court by the
said Executors, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause
be shown to the contrary on or before the first day of
April next,-Provided, a copy of this order be inserted
in some daily newspaper, published in the City ot
Baltimore, at least once a week for three successive
weeks,-before the first day of March next.
The report states the amount of sales to be two
thousand lour hundred and forty lour dollars. True
copy. Test D. M. PERINE, Reg.
Ie 3 law41
L Oz''T-A Lady's bILK PURSE containing a
considerable sum of money. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving it at this office.
fe 3 4l*
N O'rIC I'-- I prO :..,. atle i'hl.t11,5.i ..gli.ui'r.Jtt -
i g i. g r,[. 'rl li r. .' I-'Vt .1 i- ;it q-l- ,-i.a' j 1..1 q1 e
Momgenstern, as no debts of their contracting will be
paid either by the C.i'l ii it r t'..r'-icnei j- i it
TO '1.tE PI'IL L]C
T must be obvious toevety one, that an Intelli-
gence Office,when conducted under proper prirc'-
pies, and regulate.l upon an honest and equitable
course, is of great convenience and utility to thie citi..
zens of a populous and ii, i,', city like this. The
subscriber being aware i. I t.,. fact, and with the
knowledge that a degree of dissatisfaction has existed
from the manner in which other offices of the kind
have been heretofore conducted, he has therefore ta-
ken great pains to conduct HiS establishment in such
a manner as to deserve public confidence, and be
"oi'i-ii .. > l Iof e [,.bin- A .n I. .'[, 1,,r
Il-'tI -.%Oi', 11 'kinit e .lli '.iirn at this office for ser-
vants, or help ot .,nju ,ii,-r kli,, will 1. I...ii, in ao-
vance, 50 cents each, for which they % ill [i,'.- access
to the records, properly kept for that purpose, and on
which they find the names, residences, references,&c.
of the servants or other help-in case that neither of
them answers the desired purpose, the money will be
returned. Yearly subscriptions received at $1.50
each.
Persons at a distance wishing to employ any one in
the above capacities, or wanting employment will be
supplied by addressing by letter, post paid, enclosing
ONE DOLLAR each.
Houses, Farms, Vacant Lots,Ground Rents, and all
kinds of Property, bought and sold at Private Sale, on
commission.
Money loaned on Mortgages, Promissory Notes,
Judgments, Goods, Ic.
Stores, Taverns, Bar Rooms, and all kinds of Busi-
ness Establishments, disposed of at Private Sale.
For Rent at all times, and Tenants procured for,
Houses, Stores. Farms, Rooms, Warehouses, &c.
Insolvent Papers prepared, and all kinds of writings
correctly drawn up.
N. B. All letters addressed to this office (post paid)
thankfully received and promptly attended to.
GEORGE GELBACH,
General Intelligence and Agency Office,
fe 3 Corntqr Baltimore and Frederick stsa.
V A. MONEY, wanted by
ja 30 JOHNSTON & LEE,


VALUABLE VIRGINIA PROPERTY
FOR S.ILE.
T WOOD AND TIMBER GETTERS-
A tract of I .and, 25 miles from the District of Co-
lumbia, and within I miles from thIbe Potomac river
and Quantico creek, co ptaining about 1100 acres, 800
of which is heavily timbered and wooded,' a large
portion of virgin gronvih hickory, oak and heart pine.
A On biT iiein ul land there is a large BRICK
fgDWELLING HOUS'E, containing 10 com.
I3 portable rooms, a large and pleasant saloon,
passages, closets, &c.
The dwelling above cost a few years ago nearly
$10,0C0, and is now in good repair. The situation is
esteemed as healthy as any in Virginia, and is in the
midst of a moral and religious community.
The wood and timber on the land is very valuable-
50 cents per eord is readily given for all sold standing
in the woods, very many acres will yield from 70 to
80 cords, and a very profitable and extensive wood
trade is carried on with the District of Columbia.
The above property cant be purchased at a great sa-
crifice, if early application be made to
SELLMAN & CROOK,
fe 3 d4t corner South & Pratt sts.
SFOR NEW ORLEANS-H.,uliar Line
A of Baltimsre and New Orleans Packets-To
clear on Saturday, 6th inst.-The packet barque
MARY, Capt. Myrick; is now loading at Fenby's
wharf, and will t, iepipalclih.i as above. Whatever
Ireight may offer hii. w..-1,, will be taken at very
low rates. For freight or passage, having excellent
accommodations, apply to
te 3 CLARK KELLOGG.
FOR NEW ORLEANS-New Line-
&To sail in all this week-The A. 1. coppered
and copper fastened brig RAYMOND, Levensel-
ler, master; is now loading and will take what freight
may offer and sail as above.. For freight or passage
apply on board at Frederick at. dock, or to
WM. MOORE,
fe 3 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
SFORST.MARKS A& PORTLEON
-Regular Line-The copperedschr. PANTA-
LOON, Capt. Webster. For freight or passage ap-
ply to THOSE. HOOPER.
le 3 5 Spear's wharf.
Mj FOR ST. MARKS & PORT LEON,
FLORIDA-Regular Line-The coppered and
copper fastened schr. JOSEPH HANKEY, Padden,
master; is now loading, and having about one-half of
her cargo engaged, will have despatch. For freight
or passage apply to JOS. HANKEY,
fe 3 Corner Spear's wharf & Pratt at.
a. FOR MOBiLE-REOGULAR LiNE-Tlne
dj coppered schr. JAMES FISHER, W. Smith,
master. For freight or passage apply to
fe3 TH'i.l S i 1-1i1 Pi L .l, 5 Spear's wharf.
-' ^FOX 'lIAhLR s ,.- nn.'i,-
S fil~trl ,- ,il~ i' pirl;.' t..:hr I >.I.|M \ll n.u ), L-j;,
"ill in..ilr. %; H ill lhi, c -|pth. i-,i fli lwg l :.r
passage apply to
THOS. WH [TRIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
fe 3 P
SFOR C1HARLESTON-Despatch Line-
a To-morrow-Tl'he fine new packet brig T.
STREET, Capt. Cromwell; having been detained by
the weather,will positively clear as above, and can
yet take the bulk of 100 barrels. For freight of which
or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to
E. P. COHEN,
fe 3 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
FOR SAVANN AH--'o-morrow-
i The fast sailing schr. MANDARIN, having
been detained by the weather, will clear as above.-
For bulk of 100 bbls. or passage apply to
E. P. COHEN,
fe 3 P 71 Bowly's wharf.
-FOR SAVANNAlI-First Vessel-The
a line brig JANE, Capt. Fitzgerald; having the
principal part of her cargo on board, will sail in a
few days. For balance of freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
JNO. K. RANDALL,
fe33 P 104 Smith's wharf.
_& FOR NEW YORK-Old Regular Line
-The superior copper fastened brig GALVES-
TON, Burr, master; now loading and having a large
proportion of her cargo on board and engaged, will
have despatch. For freight apply to
ISAIAH MANKIN,
fei3 P corner Gay & Pratt sts.
rFO iN F.t 1 11 4.i Ii II,1'.) li igular
KLine-The regular line schooner E. A. STE.
ViNS, Capt. B. Briggs, having the principal part of
of her cargo engaged and on board, will meet with
despatch. For balance of freight apply to
J. W. BROWN,
fe 3 P 59 Smith's wharf.
S FOR NEW YORK-Cooley's Regular
& Line-The last sailing packet schr. CHIEF,
Capt. Lombard; is now loading and having a part of
her cargo engaged, will meet with despatch. For
freight apply to W. RHOADS,
le3 d5t P 61 Smith's whf.
0 FO-L NEW YORK-Despatch Lin -
The regular packet schr. VICTORY, Pen-
field, master; will have quick despatch. For freight
or passage apply to THOMAS WH-ITRIDGE,
fe3 d P 12 and 13 Bowly'swharl.
FOR PHILADELPHIA-By Sea-
The schir. SARAH AUGUSTA, Capt. Wil-
den; now loading at Spear's wharf, having a large
portion of her cargo engaged, will have despatch.-
For freight, on moderate terms, apply to
THOSE. HOOPER,
fe 3 No. 5 Spear's wharf.
8 FOR PHILADELPHIA-BY SEA-A
good Vessel bound to Philadelphia, will take
freight at moderate rate. Apply to
JOHN W. BROWN,
fe3 P Smith's wharf.
FOR RICHMOND, DIRE '1--ltegu-
klar.Line-To sail This Day-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,
fe 3 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
F 0 .It i I (I I{ 1 I iEtJm'* O i). 11i .I1. -r I
%V .,'---11 .4C I L'. I1r l. 1 .1 --TheL i, l.;r
packet schr. FOX, Capt. Harrington; (being detain-
ed by the weather) willsail as above. For balance
freight apply to THOMAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper k Sons. Ie 3
IICi, 11ON A\u PA t' KEI'-.\.T. m T
-On Saturday-TIThe line schooner JOHN
BARR, Flowers, master; is now loading at the bead
of Smith's wharf, and will sail as above. For freight
apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
fe 3 Corner Smith's whart and Pralt at.
NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKETS-New Line-To go to Petersburg
whart-To sail on Saturday-The line schr. OLIVE
BRANCH, Milchell, master; is now loading at 0'-
Donnell's wharf. For freight apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
fe 3 corner Smiths's wharf and Pratt st.
(,g FOR NORFOLK AND PETERS-
[0 l [;. ICl F,,- Vessel-HooPER'S OLD LINE-
111- .'.n,. i'l LIn *K I, Capt. Meekins (being detained
by the weather) will sail as above. For balance
freight apply on board, or to
THOMAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper It Sons. fe 3
NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKET--Regular Line- To sail on Saturday
-The line schr. COL. DE RUSSY, Applegarth,
master; is now loading head of Spear's wharf, and
will sail as above. For terms apply on board, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
fe 3 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The fine new fast sailing copper fastened schr.
GEN'L. CALL, M. L. Edmondson, master; carries
about 1100 bairels, in complete order foi any voyage.
Apply to JOS. HANKEY,
fe 3 Corner Pratt at. &I Spear's wharf.
4S FOR APALACHICOLA AND MO-
iaa, 1l; L'.--On Wednesday.-The schr GOOD
II' iPL, C.'i.t'. Dillingham, having been detained by
weather, at ill -,il as above For freight, which will
be taken at the very lowest rates, apply to
W. RHOADS,
ja 30 d4t P 61 Smith's whf.
SJ.FOR NEW YORK-Despatch Line-
The schr. HUDSON, Cooley, master; car,
take the bulk of 200 bbls. Apply to
THUS. WHITRIDGE,
ja 30 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
J FOR PHILADELPHIA--BY SEA-
A good Vessel bound to Philadelphia, will
take freight at moderate rates if offered soon, to


W. ROADS,
fe I d3t P 61 Smith's wharf.
0 FREDERICKSBURG PACKE'I'TS-
Regular Line--The schr. GEN. WASHING-
TON, Capt. Creighton; is now loading for theI above
port and landings on the Rappahannock river; having
the greater part of her cargo engaged and on board,
will sail on or before Saturday next, weather permit-
ting. For balance of freight apply on board, or to
GEO. W.FORD,
fel t8 Light st. wharf.
J, GAZETTE OFFICE FOR RENT
ORLEA.SE-The premises on the corner ot
M St. Paul's street, and Batik Lane, long known
as the 'iGa ette Office" will be rented or leased torI
a term ofyears-the situation is an exceedingly eligi-
ble one, either for a pri,.lnr office or any other bu-
siness tor which the ulhfra, may suit, being very
near Baltimore street. Possession may be had imme-
diately. For terms, apply to C Z. Lucas, on the
premises, or of F. LUCAS, Jr.
fe 3 No. 138 Baltimore st.
A TEACIIERi WANT'ED.-The Trusteesof
Primary School, No. 30, Howard District A.
A. County, wi-h to employ a Teacher to take charge
of said school on the first of March 1841. A compe-
tent female would be preferred. Board can he had
within I of a mile of the school. Salary $300 per
annum. Any communication addressed to either of
the subscribers at Ellicott's Mills, post paid, will be
attended to. Doct. A. PUE, Junr.
J. P. IJAMS,
fe 3 ?2awlM* GEO. L. STOCKETT.


CLOCK STRUCK AGAIN.-No. 19 ot Mas-
ter Humphrey's Clock, lor sale by
fe 3 N. HICKMAN, No. 86 Baltimore at.
MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK, No.
l 19,just received and for sale by
JOS. ROBINSON,
fe 3 Cirul ,ti, Library, 110 Baltimore st.
NEW NOVEL, for sale by
SN. HICKMAN, No. 86 Baltimore st.
"WHO SHALL BE HEIR?"-by Mrs. Picker-
ing. fe 3
BOZ AND O'MALLEY.
UMPHREY'S CLOCK, NO. 19
CHARLES O'MALLEY, Nos. 17 and 18
WHO SHALL BE HEIR ?" by Miss E.
Pickering, For sale by
KNIGHT & COLBURN,
fe 3 1174 Baltimore street.
LADIES' COMPANION FOR FEBRU-
S ARY, 1841. Contributors to this number-
Mrs. Emma C. Embury
Mrs. E. F. Ellett
Mrs. Ann S. Stephens
Mrs. Francis S. Osgood
Miss Annie Foster
F. W. Thomas, author of "Clinton Bradshaw"
Professor J. H. Ingraham
Epes Sargent
Park Beajaman, &c. &c.
N. HICKMAN,
Agent for the work, No.86 Baltimo st.
Q38$3 per annum, in advance; $4 if not in advance.
fe 3


S SEA ENGRAVING.'
T HE SUBSC 0 IBER continues to carry on the
Business of S al Engraving, in all its branches,
at his residence, in york, Prnnsq)Ivania.
CONbULAR, COURT, SOCIETY, NOTARIAL,
OFFICE AND LEtTERSEALS,
Of every description, lurniutbed oat the shtorlest notice,
executed in a superior style. Having supplied Seals
for public offices in all the Middle,Southern and Wes-
tern States, and for several of the Territories, besides
some for the General Government, he believes he can
confidently say that his work will be satisfactory to
those who may employ him. Orders for any work in
hisiline will be received,in Baltimore, by FIELDING
LUCAS, Jr. Esq., and Seals, when finished, will be
sent to him for delivery-where also, numerous spe-
cimens of his engraving can be seen.
ja 27 law6m* WILLIAM WAGNER.
MICHAEL O'LAUGHLIA & JOSEPH G.
ARMOR, SIGN, FANCY, AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS,
(No. 10 Hanover. near Baltimore Street.)
AVING experienced workmen in their employ
they are prepared to execute all orders in their
line,.with punctuality and despatch.
They will give particular attention to i,, L.,lin'm up
BANNERS of every description, and F.%N i SIGNN
PAINTING in the greatest variety. Samples of
which can be seen by citlii:. at their Establishment.
ia 27 2aw4t P.'
LAFFAN & REDMiOND.
NO.56 PINE STREET, NEW YORK,
Have received by recent arrivals and offer for sale.
50 CASES new styles Matchester ARINTS
2 London,some extra Rich do
20 " Black and white do
10 bl'k. lav .and white &c. Ginghams.
10 Fancy and checked do
10 4-4 Earlston do
10 Check'd Muslin do
5 9-8 Lt.ch and damask MUSLINS
5 Printea do
10 New Style MOUS. D'LAINES
20 6-4 CAMBRICS, assorted qualities
20 4-4 Checked MUSLINS do
10 5-4 do do do
5 6-4 Lace and Cord Check do
5 do and spot do do
20 9.8 Rolled JACONETS, ass'd col's.
5 Fig'd and stripe Cashmere Vestings
10 Printed Marseilles do
10 do WELTINGS
10 3-4 GAMBROONS
10 bales 64 RedPADD[NGS
10 cases Cotton and Worsted amid silk kt wool
Summer CLOTHS
t0 do ColouredS1LESIAS
50 do 3-4 Brown Linens, bleach and na-
tural colour
50 do 4-4 do do do & do
50 do 3-4 do and white Linen Drillings.
10 do and 4-4 Brown HOLLANDS
300 do 4-4 Bleaqhed Irish LINEN, from low
priced to ex. superfine. ja 6 2aw3m
IRENCH-SPRING GOODS BY LATE
ARRIVALS.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS have received the fol-
lowing desirable assortment which will be sold
on reasonable terms-
BOMBAZINES-Blackand blue black, reduced
prices, of the manufacture of Paturle, Lupin & Co.
DRAP D'ETE-Black, blue black and colored do.
COTTELINES-New article for summer panta-
loons-all colours.
VELVETS-Lyons and German, extra super style.
SERGES-Black silk Serges, twilled, plaid and fig-
ured.
COAT CORDS-Various qualities, styles & sizes.
VESTINGS-Colored and black, Silk and Satin,
plain and figured, some very rich and heavy.
CRAVATS-32, 34 and 36 inch black Italian Gres
de Rhine and Taffeta, new style fancy.
BRACES-Gum Elastic, various qualities.
MOUSSELINE DE LAINE-Plain, black and
colored, all qualities-Paturle, Lupin & Co's. fabric.
Also printed and embroidered new style, all prices.
CHALY'S--Sup, iI...- jldd black and blue black.
LINEN C \ M bsI("--A complete assortment in
papers and cartons; also, corded &I hemstitched Hdkfs
and Lawns-low priced.
FILET GOODS-An extensive assortment of
Hdkfs, Shawls, Veils and piece goods-desirable
shades, sizes and pieces. Also, imitation and real Fi-
let Gloves and Mitts;-very rich mode colored Filet
Shawls, plain and embroidered,
RIBBONS-Nos. 7,9 and 12, Cap Ribbons, 9.16
and 12 16, garniture, new styles, plaid, chine, broche,
add mourning. Also, Nos. 2 and 9, assorted Satin
Ribbons.
SEWINGS-Drab Italian Sewings, super quality,
for cash.
SILK GOODS-22 and 36inch super Gro de Rhines,
all qualities; blue black Poult de Sie; black and co-
lored Gros de Afriques; white, pink, blue and drab
glace Silks; Gros de Naples and Poultde Soles; Mar-
cellines and Florences; satin striped and figured Pe-
kins.
Also, a choice lot ofnew styles Dress Silks, of every
variety andl kind, of chine, glace, broche and figured.
SA'T'IN--Wlil,. pink, blue, black and mode co-
lors, for dresses, bonnets and vestings.
CREPES--Nos.34,36,45 and50, Paris quality blk,
blue black anI white Crepes; Crepe Lisse, and colors,
and Areophanes.
BELTINGS-Gros Grain and figured Beltings new
styles.
SHAWLS AND HDKFS.-An extensive assort.
ment of Brche Thibet Shawls and HdkI]s.; embroi-
dered and plain Thibet & Mousseline de Lains; plain,
figured andi chine Silk Shawls, &e.
BRITISH GOODS.
Saxony and Lama Cloths; Mousseline de Laines, in
dresses and pieces; new styles British Corah's; spun
si lk Shawls; 5-4 and 7-4 Cord Bands, and Romalls,
The above goods are now open and ready for exam-
ination. BENKARD & HUT'ION,
ja 27 2awlmo? 53 Beaver st. New York.


PEASE'S IIO A I4iIlOU0 CANDY,
OR THE CURE of coughs, colds, hoarseness,
irritation of the throat, croup, whooping cough,
catarrhs, palpitation of the heart, liver complaint,pro-
fuse or constant expectoration, and all those diseases
which if not checked in time,lead to consumption.
TI.- ri' i.,-l: a." .*,.;li receiving tfemoasr flatter-
1 .. r'':"ilti- l. ''] i' :.'' and itis .-'. iiil\m i' to say
".I 11. in- it- .iiciim. .,I the People. Itis used by
the medical, supported by the clergy, and advocated
by the whole of the New York Press, and is in the
houses of most of our citizens. It may be taken
without the least fear of danger, by children and per-
sons debilitated by disease. In fin', the cures this
Compound has already effected and is hourly effect-
ing, the consequent popularity it has obtained among
those persons who, by experience, are best qualified
tojuilge of its efficacy, the exalted opinions enter-
tained of its virtues by Physicians, the consequent
recommendations it receives from the Medical Facul-
ty, speak cogently and unequivocally of the merits
and success of this medicine. The vegetable proper-
ties were selected by an old and very learned physi..
cian, distinguished alike for his talents, research and
experience. Thousands, beyond a doubt, would have
been saved from an untimely grave had this article
been introduced years before.
Pease's Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Candy is
compounded of 25 of the most sale and salutary cough
ingredients, and it is so exceedingly palatable that any
child will eat it.
EVIDENCES OF ITS SUPERIORITY.
Rev. Mr. Vaumburgh of Brooklyn, desires us to
state that he was painfully afflicted with the Bron-
chitis, and was under the treatment of an eminent
physician, and obtained very little if any relief. He
heard of Pease's Essence of Hoarhound Candy, 45
Division street; hlie says he made use ofit,and nothing
he has used has afforded any degree of the relief he
has derived from the above invaluable compound; and
he wishes us to publish this certificate, forthe bene-
fit of all those similarly afflicted; and in short, no
public speaker should be without this valuable yet
pleasant remdey.
LETTER FROM REV. J. ROBERTS.
Messrs. J. Pease & Son.-Dear Sirs-Allow me to
address a few lines to you in '.-aii... to your valua-
ble pulmomiic remedy. I was llr..i with inflamma-
tion of the muscus membrane, and such was the na-
ture of my disease, that I could not preach. I made
use of many cough remedies and found no relief. I
heard of your Hoarhound Candy, and used it on
Tuesday, and the following Sabbath I had the full
command of my voice. I would unhesitatingly re-
commend it to all who are similarly afflicted.
J. ROBKIRTS, Brooklyn,L. I.
Beware that each package is signed J, Pease &
Son, 45 Division st., of whom it can be obtained
wholesale and retail.
Directions accompany each package. For sale,
wholesale and retail by JOS. ROBINSON, Agent,
ja 23 w&s4t* Circulating Library, 110 Baltimore sat
C i ARILES O'MALLEY, Nos. 17 and 18-tor
saleaby N. H!CKMAN,
tf 3aNo. 86 Baltimore st.


'ILK PLUSH.--A rich assortment of SILK
PLUSH imported direct from the well known
manuilactory 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.
DISSOLUTION OF' PAiTNERSHIP.
T HE PARTNERSHIP 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 aulhorised to settle
the same. GEO. BEVAN,
JOHN BEVAN.
JOHN BEVAN, grateful for the liberal patronage
bestowed on the late firm, begs a continuance of the
same, at the old stand NO. 29 PRATT,
ja 'V9 PC eo4t near Hanover street.
COPARTNERSHIP.
JOHN C. KEENER & WILLIAM EMACK
have associated themselves together, and intend
carrying on the Drug business, lately purchased by
thernof Messrs. J. B. Fit'-r l.I & Co., under the
style of KEENER & 1'. 1 \i K., and respectfully so-
licit a continuation ol its former patronage.
Baltimore, January 27,. 1811.

S B. FITZGERALD & CO having dis-
0 posed of their Drug Establishment to Messrs.
KEENER & EMACK, respectfully solicit in behalf
:' l ..- .er',l,-''.. n. .a continuation of the patronage
-ti,..,.4 ... lr.-r-iv' extended towards them.
It i- .u-h..-.. ..I J. B. F. & Co. will be settled at the
store of Messrs. Keener& Emack, by the senior part-
ner. ija 29 3aw2w
WOOD FOR SALE.
OOD-Pine and Oak, well seasoned at lower
W prices than it can be purchased for at the
wharves. Enquire of BOSLEY & KNIGHTON,
No. 27, Second st., or the Wood-Yard, corner of
Lloyd st. opposite to Mr. Breckintidge's Church.
jais 6
LINEN CAMBRIC ItDKFS.
OSHUA ROYSTON, No. 57 Baltimore st. one
door above Tripolettl's Alley, has received 50 doz.
Linen Cambric HDKFS, from 18 cals. to $1,00 a,
piece; also Linen Cambric and Long Lawn. Persons
in want of any of the above articles have now an op-
portunity of purchasing them on very favorable terms.
ja26 P
fgR IVOR SALE-A first rate coppered
la I-t.11 P, twenty four tons burthen, built in
2M1ltm-' aC. (ominty, Virginia-in complete order-a
fast sailer, and would suit to attend ,a lihery.
ALSO-A FARM situate ir, Mil.ile RiverNeck,
about 14 miles from Baltimore, and one mile from Gun-
powder River, where the finest fish abound, contain-
ing 100 acres of Land, and has probably 3 to 400 corids
wood on it,-the Baltimore and Wilminglon Railroad
A runs thoughtt it. The improvements con-
sist of a Frame DWELLING and Stable.-
The ears stops within a I mile of the House.
1 will take $700 for it, if immediate application be
made to the subscriber on the Union Dock.
fe 1 eo4t* JOHN ALLEN.
HILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
BOSTON FUNDS, for sale by
a ja30 JOHNSTON t LEE,


BALTIMORE MUSEUM
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
LAST NIGHT OF THE ENGAGEMENT
OF THE YOUTHFUL MINSTRELS,
THE MASTERS HUGHES.
On which occasion, in addition to their GRAND
CONCERT
MISS ROCK, AND MR. WALTO*,
Who have kindly granted their valuable aid, will ap-
pear in a MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
THIS EVENING, February 3rd, 1841.
The Evening's entertainments will commence with
the First part of the MASTERS HUGHES' CON-
CERT.-After which, a Musical Entertainment called
WINNING A HUSBAND,
Or, SEVEN'S THE MAIN.
After which, the Second Part of the MASTERS
HUGHES' CONCERT. $
131-Saloon performance to commence at 71 o'clock,
precisely.
No postponement on account of the Weather.
O0-A.dmittance to the Museum and Saloon FIFTY
CENTS.- Children Hhlf Price. te 3


1OLLIJDAk ST. THEATIRL.
BENEFIT OFMR. CHARLES HILL.
SECOND APPEARANCE OF
MRS. CHALES HILL,
THIS EVENING, Feb. 3rd 1811,
T he performancewill commence with the Comedy of
FAINTHE.ARTNEVER WON FIIR LADY.
Ruy Gomez......................... Mr. C. HILL.
Duchess de Torreneuva............ Miss ROCK.
Alter which, the much admired Pas Sylphide, by
Mrs. Chas. Hill.
To be followed by the laughable farce of
THEMIDDY ASHORE.
Harry Halcyon,....................Mrs. C. HILL.
Tom Cringle........................Mr. C. HILL,
To conclude with a peculiar Domestic pieceof great
and powerful interest called
THE WHISTLER.
Or,The Fate of the Lily of St. Leonards.
Donacha l)hu, a caterer..............Mr. C. HILL.
The Whistler, a savage Youtfi.........Mrs. C. HILL
On Thursday evening, Mr. BOWE RS' Benefit; on
which occasion the Baltimore Dramatic Association
will perform.
In rehearsal,a new petite piece, called a Day in Pa-
ris; and a new operatic melo-drama, never perform-
ed in America, called The Mill, Maid and Ferry.
gl-Boxes 75 cts,-Pit 50 cts.-Gallemy 25 cents.
1i0-Tickets atnd Places for the Boxes to be taken
daily at the Box Office, from 10 until 2, and from 3 till
5 o'clock.
0(t-The doors will open at six, and the Curtain will
rise at seven o'clock, precisely. fe 3
PROGRAMME OF MADAME MAflRRAS'
SOIREE MUSICAL,
AT THE SALOON of the LAW BUILD-
.INGS, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, Feb-
ruary 3d; assisted by Messrs. Nenninger, Pelri and
Boucher.
PART FIRST.
I-Duo for the harp and piano-(from the
opera La Sonnambula)-Madame Mar-
ras and Mr. Petri, Graziani
2-Song-Adelaide-Mr. Boucher, Beethoven
3-Grand Fantasia on the harp--(from the
opera Robert Is Diable-Mad. Muarias, Labarre
4-Variations lbr the Violin-on ho quan-
te lagrime-Mr. Nenninger, Kallisvoda
PART SECOND.
I-Variations on the harp-the favorite
air, Dalla Gioja-Mad. Marras, Alvars
2-Duo for the violin and piano-(from
Nocturne)-Messrs. Petri and Nen-
ninger, Osborn & DeBeriot
3-Romanza-(from the opera Otello)-
with harp accompaniment sung by
Madame Marras Rossini
4-Grand Marche on the harp-(from II
Serraglio)--Madame Marras, Alvars
0'-Doors open at half past seven o'clock, and the
Soiree to commence at eight o'clock precisely.
0(-Tickers one dollar each, to be had at Robinson's
Circulating Library, and at the principal Masic Stores.
ja 30 P_____
GREAT AND GLORIOUS LUCK AT
DOYLE'S PRIZE DEPOT,
Combination 8 22 34-a Prize of 91,000.
Do. 24 30 43-a Prize of $300.
Both sold in the Maryland State Lottery, class 4, drawn
on the 27th.
Combination 13 52 63-a Prize of $1,000.
Do. 13 24 63-a Prize of $100.
Sold in the Virginia, extra No. 5, diawno 28th ult.
Combination 35 48 75-a Prize of $2,500.
Do. 48 70 72-,a Prize of 81,000.
Do. 24 39 41-a Prize of $250.
Sold in the Virginia Leesburg Lottery, class A drawn
Jan. 30. The following are the drawn Noe.
61 30 39 24 41 70 55 47 48 35 75 72.
All the above prizes with numerous others of less
denomination were sold at this lucky office last week.
Persons wishing to try tneir luck in any of the splen-
did Lotteries which will be drawn this week, will
please bear in mind that Doyle's is the most Lucky
office. TlI i.luiiio i ,inare the Capital Prizes of the
Lotteries I..r tim, .-.
TO.DAY, $I0,000;-for $4,-To be drawn at
Alexandria.
WEDNESDAY, $20,000-for 85,-in Baltimore.
THURSDAY, $10,000-for 54,-in Alexandria.
FRIDAY. $10,000-for $4--in Baltimore.
On SATURDAY, the Grand Virginia Monongalia
Lottery, will be drawn at Alexandria.
BRILLIANT SCHEME.
I PRIZE OF $40,000 I PRIZE OF $82,500
1 do. 16,000 1 do. 2,297
1 do. 6,000 50 do. 1,000
I do. 3,000 50 do. 300
Tickets only $10,-shares in proportion.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers by
the package, single ticket, or share. All orders per
mail or otherwise, dressed to
MICHAL DOYLE,
fe 2 No. 24 Pratt street, Baltimore.
JOHN ME'l Z,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC (formerly Profes-
sor of the Courts of their Royal I-lighnc-ae- of
irockholm Copenbhagen, Hanover, Franklort on Main
Cassel, etc.) begs leave to inform his friends and
the public generally, that he will instruct on the
following instruments, viz.-VIOLIN, FLUTE,
CLARONETE, VIOLONCILLO,DOUBLE BASS,
&c.
For further information inquire at his dwelling N.
Gay street No. 89. or at Mr. C. H. Eimenbrant's.
TERMS MODERATE,
Mr. Metz has for sale several Pianos of very ex-
cellent quality, together with some very superior
Violins. d2w* ja 30
_._.SHR. s ERIFFALTY.
T the friendly solicitation of numerous friends,re-
a sidents of Baltimore City and County, the subscri-
ber is induced to present himself as a candidate for the
Office of SHERIFF at the ensuing election. If hon-
ored with their confidence, he will endeavorso to dis-
charge the duties of the office as to give general sat-
isfaction. JOHN COULSON.
ja30 41*
1.O1aK &' STrATi.r .1% D,
DOMESTIC WAREHOUSE,
No. 5 Hanover near Baltimore st., Baltimore.
UST received a handsome assortment of new
style low price CALICOES; Brown and Bleach-
ed SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS; TICKING;
FLANNELS; CASSINETS, &c. &c.; which they
will sell at very low prices by the piece or package,
ja30o 4t
A. LEGIAAND & DELMOTTE AINE.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH GOODS,
No. 78 BEAVER STREET,
ja30 d12l?* NEw YoEK.
A $500 TREASURY NOTE, for sale by
t. ja 39 P E. MICKLE & CO.
iooo FRANKLIN BANKNOTES
$400and Endlorsed CHECKS, for sale
by B. C. WRIGHT,
isja 30 No. 151 Baltimore at.
OSTON FUN 1S-Sight drafts on gBoston, in
sums to suit purchasers, for sale by
KIRKLAND & CHASE,
I Ife 2 No. 69 Smith's whf.
N EW YORK FUNDS-Drafts at Sight to suit
purchasers, for sale by
T. W. & L. LEVERING,
ja 30 No. 9 Pratt street whf.


W ANAj'%D-A permanent GROUND RENT
of one hundred and fifty dollars, for whict
twenty-five hundred dollars will be given.
TOWNSEND SCOTT.
FOR SALE.
State 5 and 6 per cent STOCK
City 5 and 6 per cent do
Union Bantik do
Western do do
Farmers' & Planters' do do
Marine do do
Patapsco do do
Citizens' do do
Baltimore & Ohio rail road do
Firemen's Insurance do
Tide Water Post Notes
Franklin Bank Funds.
TOWNSEND SCOTT,
1 mo.30 No.'23 Exchange Building.
A VA COFFEE.-50 bags superior White Ja-
va (Government) COFFEE,
Havana White SUGAR.-30 boxes fine quality,
White Havana SUGAR,
RACE GINGER.-400 bags fresh Calcutta GIN-
GER.
NUTMEGS.-Fresh Government NUTMEGS,
in small casks.-For sale by
THUS. PENNIMAN & CO.
fe 1 P 77 Bowly's wharf.
BRAZIL SUGAR, &c.-
500 barrels White SUGAR, landing from schr.
250 bags Heroine, from Pernambuco, for sale
by M. BATHURST & SON.
Who have in store,
100 bales Louisiana COTTON
Rio and St. Domingo COFFEE
Port, Madeira and Sherry WINE, in wood and
bottles. e 1 d4t
jOTICl.--'rThe Commissioners ot Baltimore
i County will meet at the Court House, in thecity
of Baltimore at their office, on Wednesday, the third
day of February next, for the purpose of appointing
five persons to collect the County Tax of the several
districts of said county. By order
ja23 4t SAML. WORTHINGTON, CIk.


JACKSON'S LEAD PENCILS.
THE undersigned has now on hand and offers
for sale a full assortment of Jackson's Lead Pen-
cils, and lead points, the latter of 4 sizes. These well
known and superior lead pencils are marked as fol-
lows,
S are soft for shading
h harder.
h h bfor counting house
t h h for engravers
h h h h for engineers
Orders directed to me enclosing the money or ap-
proved reference will be duly attended to. The above
are not a new and untriedarticle having sold them for
15 years. WILLIAM JONES,
No. 8 North 5th at.
Agent for the Manufacturer.
Philadelphia, 1841. ja 22 eo8t
HEARD a WELCH,
DISTILLERS OF LiquoRs,
Eagle Distillery, Boston, Mass.
HAVE FOR SALE NEW ENGLAND
RUM, and other DOMESTIC SPIRITS, a-
dapted to the Southern and Western trades.
f3- MERCHANTS engaged inforeign trade will find
N. E. Rum a desirable article tor export at its pres-
ent low price ; especially as it is entitled to a draw-
back from government of four cents per gallon. Rum
purchased for exportation coastwise, will be accom-
panied with such permits or certificates as will secure
to it the benefit of drawback.
ja 11 eo6t?


PUBLIC SOJXLS.
By Robt. *f. Taylor 0" Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN STREET.
PACKAGE SALE OF IRISH LINENS.
9ON THURSDAY MORNING NEXT, Feb.
4th, at 10 o'clock, we will sell by catalogue,
1 ,PACKAGES IRISH LINENS, con-
U. tF9 listing of
4-4 Linens, in whole and half pieces; 7-8 Linens
3-4 and 4-4i Brown Pantaloon Lineus, Brown Linen
Drills
Linen Table Diaper and Damask
Bird-eye Diaper; Brown Hollands.
R. A. TAYLOR & CO.
Catalogues are prepared and the Goods arranged for
examination. fe 3
By Winm. G. Harrison.
O'DONNELL'SWHARF.
THIS DAY, 3rd inst. at It o'clock at the Ware-
houses, O'Donnel's wharf, for account of whom i
may concern-
SCASKS HARDWARE, containing Chisels,
plane Irons, Files,Rasps and Hinges,damaged on
board ship Grace Brown from Liverpool.
WM. G. HARRISON.
ISy Richard iff. Hall l Co.
N. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE-STO
UCTION SALE at the Exchange, st one o'-
clock, P. M. on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 3d
February,
Pew Number 94, in the first Presbyterian Church,
eligible situated.
Pew Number 179, in the West Gallery of St.Paul's
Church, this pew is very convenient as to size and
well situated both for seeing and hearing.
Pew number I, in Christ's Church.on the north side
aisle, and near the pulpit.
Pew number 2, in St. Andrew's Church.
Pew number20 Oin the Cathedr-1, one of the bast
situations in the Churth."
ja 27 dts P R. M. HALL & CO.Aucts.
FURNITURE, &c.-On FRIDAY, the 5th
inst., at 10 o'clock, we shall sell at our Sales
Room variety of new and second hand FURNI-
TURE, as mahogany dining and breakfast Tables;
Sideboards: Bureaus; cane seat and windsor Chairs;
polished steel Shovels and Tongs; 30 hour and eight
day Clocks,brass and wood work;one bronzed French
Clock; one pair very superior ormolu mantel Lamps,
two lights each, with rich cut prismatic Drops and
spangles; 3 fine tone 6 octave Pianos; one superior
Guitar in case, &c. &c.; Patent Asbestos Fire Proof
Safes. Together with such other Goods as may be
received in the interim. Terms, cash in Bankable
money. fe 3 R. M. HALL, Auct.
My IWever, Cannon J Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
ARBLE MONUMENTS, TOMBSHEAD-
S STONES, STONE CUTTERS' TOOLS,
BENCHES, &c. &c. &c.-AT PUBLIC SALE.
The undersigned trustees will on THURSDAY
the 4th day ol February next, at the South West cor-
ner of German and Sharp streets, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
expose at public sale, all the stock in trade of Gad-
dess & Benteen, consisting in part of Marble Monu-
ments, Tombs, Head-Stones, Blocks and Slabs of
Marble, Soap-Stone, Free-Stone, &c.-Stone Cut-
ter's Tools, Work-Benches, &c. &c.
The terms of sale for all sums under $100, cash;
and for all sums over $100 a credit of 60 days-ap-
proved notes to be given. WM. J. WARD,
WM. A. TALBOTT,
ja 22 PS 2awts Trustees.
WEAVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts. I
DRY GOODS AT AUCTION-On FRIDAY
MORNING, February 5th, at 10 o'clock, on the
second floor ot our warehouse, No. 28 South Charles
street, we will sell without reserve, for cash, an as-
sortment of cut and piece Goods, among which wc
name, cloths; cassimeres; cassinets; vesting; British
and American prints; gro de naps; silk shawls; cotton
and woolen hosiery; silk do; linen napkins; table co-
vers; blankets; white single and milled flannels; red
do; Canton flannel; men's beaver gloves; Berlin do;
ladies' kid and silk gloves; check; dimity; bedticking;
men's silk hdks; tapes; spool cotton, &c. The goods
can be examined on Thursday afternoon, previous to
sale. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
fe 2 PSC Aucts.
BY L. M. HOFFMAN A CO. AUCT.
ST. DOMINGO MAHOGANY.
L M. HOFFMAN & CO. will sell on Thurs-
day 4th Feby. at 2 o'clock, on Dtrgea's wharf,
E. River-the cargo of the brig Espelata, from the
City of St. Domingo-consisting of
O CROTCHES SOUTH SIDE
e 5W0 ST. DOMINGO MAHOGANY.-
This cargo is represented to be of superior quality,
and worthy the attention of dealers.
New York, Jany.29,-le t
N OTICE.-Whereas, the pocket book of tne asun-
scriber was stolen on the night of the 25th inst.
on the passage from Charleston to Wilmington, con-
taining, among other things, the following drafts on
New York, being firsts of Exchange, viz:
Two bills of $2500 each, drawn by Ximena &
Noyes, of Matanzas, in favor of Messrs. Francisco,
Goyri & Co. of Havana, and by them endorsed to sub-
scriber; name of draiwee not remembered.
One bill of $500, drawn by Messrs. R. Morrison &
Co. of Havana, in favor of subscriber. Drawee not
remembered.
One bill of $2000, drawn by Louis Mariategur &
Co. of Havana, in favor of the subscriber, on Messrs.
Hogan & Milne, of New York.
One bill of $1000, drawn by the same in favor of the
same, on Messrs. Eben Stephen Sons, of New York.
One bill of $500, drawn by D. Jose R. Salazar, in
favor of the subscriber, on Messrs. John Henderson &
Co. of Baltimore.
All the above bills are at 60 days, and not endorsed
by the subscriber.
This. therefore, is o caution all persons against ac-
cepting or negotiating said drafts.
te I d4t W. WALLACE.
ILLIAM F. GILL. CUPPER and LEECH-
ER, respectfully informs the Medical Facu-
ty, his friends, and the public in general, that he has
taken an Office at No. 7 LEXINGTON STREET,5
doors West of Charles street, where he has on hand
and intends constantly to keep a good supply of the
best European LEECHES. His attendance will beat
his office all hours of the day and night, where all or-
ders tor CUrPING and LEECHING will be promptly at-
tended to. Office,
No. 7 LEXINGTON STREET.
References ;-M. S. Baer, M. D.; J. & R. Thomas,
M. D.; A. Bond, M. D.; A. Buckler, M. D.
N.B. Firstrate LEECHESfor sale. eo4t ja 30
IVIDEND.-The President and Directors of
the Baltimore Insurance Company have this day
declared dividend of Fifteen Dollars upon each share
of the Capital stock of said Company, which will be
paid to the stockholders at the Bank of Baltimore on
and after 'I'hursday next the 4th February.
fe 1 4t P SAM. T. THOMPSON. President.
EUTAW HOUSE.
A DIVIDEND of 20 per cent. will be paid on
the amount advanced by Certificate holders
and others, for the purchase of Furniture in the Eu-
taw House, at the Commercial and Farmers' Bank,
on or after the 1st February.
fe I d14t JACOB ALBERT.


E ENGLISH tGRAMMAR.-J. F.HEY proposes
to give a course of LECTURES IN ENGLISH
GRAMMAR. He is confident of being able to im-
part, by a new and unique system, a useful and sa-
tisfactory acquaintance with the principles and con.
structioo of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
The LECTURES will be delivered twice or thrice
a waek; the first on MONDAY EVENING, Feb.8th,
Those wishing to attend will please make early ap-
plication, at No. 6 Fayette st. between Calvert and
St. Paul streets. fe 1 4t
CLOCKS-CLOCKS.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS have opened a store
No. 34 South Charles street, which they keep
constantly supplied from their extensive manufactory
in the cituof New York, with Brass and Wood Eight
day, one day, and Alarm Clocks of every variety for
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.
ja29 SMITH & BROTHERS.
FOR SALE.
A-- THE SUBSCRIBER will dispose of
nfthat handsome three story Dwelling House
IMJ and Lot, situate on the north side of Fayette
street, between Pine and Cove streets. The House
stands back from the street, and the lot fronts 50 feet
on Fayette, with a depth of 150 feet to Vine street,
the whole in fee.
State Scrip, or Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road notes
will be received in payment, or part of the purchase
money may remain on giound rent. If not disposed of
before the first March, the House will be for rent.-
For terms apply to ROBERT Y. STARR,
fe 2 41t* No. 9 Light st. whf.


CO-PARTNERSHIP:
W M. NELSON CLARK has this day be-
come a partner in our house.
CLARK & KELLOGG.
Baltimore, Feb. 1st, 1841. fe 2 dlw P
IIHE IBALT1IMOIRE LI'ERAIIY AND
RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE, conducted by
ROBERT J. BRECKINRIDGE and ANDREW B. CROSs;
February, 1841.--Contents:
1. Procceedings against William Lloyd Garrison, for
a Libel,
2. Molinism, No. II.
3. The Works of W. Chillingworth, A. M. containing
his book entitled, the Religion of Protestants, a
safe way to Salvation, together with his Sermons,
Letters, Discourses, Controversies, &c.-First
American, from the twelfth English edition, com-
plete in one volume. With Life by Birch-Phi-
ladelphia: published by Herman Hooker, for Ro-
bert Davies, IMDCcxL. pp. 764-royal 8vo.
4. The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification, by Rev.
Win. Marshall-Abridged-No. VIII.
5. Politics.
6. The present State and Duty of the Church.
7. The late Appeal of the American Tract Society.
8. A Letter addressed to the Memb'ers of the Har-
risburg Presbytery on the subject of their "Pas-
toral Letter to the Churches under their care;" by
John P. Carter, pastor of the Presbyterian
Churches of Taney Town and Greenwood, Car-
roll county Md.
Notices, Receipts, Accounts, Answers to Letters, &c.
To be had at DAVID OWEN & SON'S
le 2 d4t Bookstore, No. 4 N. Gay at.
rVIHE SATURDAY MORNING VISITER
S is acheap and attractive LITERARY & FA-
MILY NEWSPAPERof the large class. Itcontains
more original matter, written expressly forit, than
any weekly paper in America. More than Foary
WRITERS, embracing some of the brightest names in
the country, beside European correspondents, fill its
columns.
i0-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS,-4m
(PAYABLE IN ADVANCE,)
Single copies, per annum. 82 00
Three do for $5 00
Six do for $10 00
Ten do for $15 00
Fifteen do for $20 00
0Q- Address,'JoNEs, SHERWOOD &Co., No.21 N.
Gay Street, Baltimore, Maryland. eol2tf ja 27
G RACE BROWN'S WET GOODS-JUST
RECEIVED
2000 yards Manchester CHINTZ PRINTS
2000 do 5.-4super super Jaconet CAMBRICS
The above items have only been slightly wet in salt
water. Together with a large assortment of Domes-
tic and Foreign DRY GOODS, all of which will be
sold without regard to original cort in order to change
business, by JOHN R. WRIGHT,
fe 1 eo6t White Front, No, 2 Centre Market.


PUBLIC SALIfS.
By II. MIN Boot.
6u BALTIMORE STREET.
TOREKEEPERS, FANCV DEALERS,
AND MORUS MULTILAUILIS DEALERS-
ATTENTION. Sale at my Store on THURSDAY
,at 10-embracing 6 superior Counteis; 6 long Tables
for Dry Good 8ISales; Clocks; Tables, Toys; Clocks;
Violins; a superior Flute in a case, cost $25; Cloths;
Merinoes; Calicoes; Hats; Shoes; Boots; Jewelry;
Boys Caps; and the stock of a Dealer. Also a Box
as imported from France, containing some millions of
Silk Worms; put up in tin cases; also a mantel eight
day Clock. With hundreds of articles too numerous
for detail. Send in your additions.
fe3 H. W. BOOL, Auct.

PERMANENT TRUSTEE'S SALE.
SUPERIOR BALTIMORE MADE FUR-
NITURE-AT AUCTION.-In pursuance of a
general order, of Baltimore County Court, in rel'iirn
to the estates of Insolvent Debtors, and by xi'tIe f$
authority from William Chase, the undersigned, as
Permanent Trustee of John D. Webster, will offer
at public auction, at the American Coffee House,
North Liberty street, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th of
February, 1841, at ten o'clock, A. M., all the furni-
ture, fixtures, stand casks and liquors, in the said es-
tablishment.together with the lease, which has twelve
months to run, The furniture is mainly new, and is
of the best quality, and consists of-
3 dozen Maple Chairs, I dozen Cane Seat do. with
sundry Slat Back Chairs-Mahogany Dining 'fables,
Tea do-Mahogany Wardrobe-Bureaus-Mantle
and pier Glasses-Ingrain Carpets, Rtugs, Fender,
Shovels and Tongs, Venetian Blinds, Paintings, &c.
The Chamber Furniture, Beds. .r1.J1dii. b..t-i-u..i,
Chairs, Workstands, Tables, Drrv-nii, ,, t -i -ih.-
Stairs and passage are Carpeted with ingrain and
striped Carpet with stair rods.
The fixtures of the bar areof the b;cf .iicrir.i;c.n,
and the liquors of superior quality. I iiieo i, i- ii-
sual assortment of Decanters, Glasses, &c.; a large
rotary Cooking Stove, &c. Terms of sale cash, on
delivery of the articles. NELSON 1'OE,
Permanent Trustee of John D. Webster,
H. W. BOOL, Auct.'
fe 1 No. 60 Baltimore et.
By J. I. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, cr"-
NER OF N. GAY A.ND FRONT STREETS'
I PER CENT PROPERTY at UT"'riTON
AFOR CASH-I will sell on Fill Ir \ :.,,t
4 o'clock, on the premises, situate in the court '...,
from Saratoga street, opposite Mr. Sam'). G. Hi.t1'i
factory, a LOT OF GROUND, fronting the court 15
An feet, running back about 60 feet, improved by
TT a three story BRICK BUILDING, subject to
Ma ground rent of $S 10. Terms cash.
le 3 J.I1. GROSS, Auct.

O RPHANS' )COURT SALE.-By order of
the Orphans' Court for Baltimore County, I will
sell on THURSDAY, the 4th day of Feb., on the
premises at3 o'clock, a LOT OF GROUND, silus-
ted on the east side of Long alley, aear Roes street,
fronting Long alley 16 feet 6bin. ruhniig back 50 feet.
A Improved by a small brick H-OUSE andSTA-
M BLE-Ground rent 61i. C- ..thr,, lii n
=Mthe North side of .im' Re-o., ,'reti. ir.tiring
about 50 feet, running back a3 1-li; dupoi .'ir.-r.t, a
small brick House and Stable. Ground rent? 4',-
being part of the personal estate of John Gill. 1-n1mh
1-3 cash, 2-3 on a credit of 6 and9 11.:.rh., iiih in-
ternst. SARAH t, I.l.. Ailra,,.
ja 28 d J I .,io-.. %.lct.
HrlHIE UBStCIlBi-I lii-rin pnT ,-,l ,i-f
r Messrs. Samuel Hebbern D& Co. their stock of
FRUIT & CONFECTIONARY, FIXTURES, &c,
in the store occupied by them in Baltimore, between'
Howard and Eutaw streets, give notice that they will
continuethe business at the -i. st,,',.Iu,. i.I-r Ii.r r,.i',e
and firm ofP. THURStOI'N & IC ( ani, itidn t.,i
ing on hand a good supply of articles in the Fruit end
Confectionary Line, and we respectfully solicit br the
establishment a share of public patronage.
AUGUSTUS M. PRICE,
fe 1 d4t PHINEAS THURSTON.
O-PARTNERSHIP.-I have this day aso-
lciated myself with Mr. MADISON LEVER-
ING. The business heretofore conducted at the old
stand of Richardson & Lewis, under my own name,
will hereafter be carried on under the firm of LEWIS
& LEVERING. MARTIN LEWIS.
Baltimoie, 1st February, 1841. 6t
SEWIS & LEVERING continuing to occuifpy
Sthe old stand, No. 161t Baltimore street, call the
attention of their friends and the public to their large
stock of SEASONABLE DRY G.nill-',, now on
hand, which they will dispose of at reduced prices.-
As heretofore they will always keep on hand, a tull
assortment of the most desirable GOODS, which they
will sell Wholesale and Retail, on the best terms.
fe 1 6t
CHIIAER & KUSTER, No. 26 S. CHARLES
STREET,-Importers of GERMAN GOODS-
Have received by the latest arrivals from Bremen,
and offer for sale,
Cotton Hose and I hose-White, Black and Mixed,
60 bales Burlaps-Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4-assorted bales
6 cases Tecklenburgs
7 Sail Duck-l1 case superior Scissors-
-ALSO-
3 PIANOS-Rosewood-by Irmler
10 Pipes superior Gin. d2w fe 1
DAMAGED DRY GOODS.
;$00 YARDS SPRING CALICOES
S9 W 800 yards Irish LINENS
300 yds Camb. MUSLINS
300 yds fine Brown HOLLANDS
The above goods were sold at auction o, Saiur.;:i,
as being damaged by salt water on board hir. t,rcr..
Brown, on the voyage from Liverpool;and w,!l te .-,li
very cheaot) by the peice or yard, at
Ie I d4t*___ _No. 79 Baltimore at.
IBW YORK, 1
N 1PHII.A. L 'PifI .\I FUNDS- Wanted by
nd "VTI Hl.IN l .I 1
CARTER, MORTON & CO. '
135 Baltimore st.
FRANKLIN BANK NOTFS for sale. ja 25
EAS-Young Hyson and Gunpowder TEAS, 1n
Chests, half chests and boxes, for sale by
ja25 d B.G. ETTING, 56 S. Gay st.
EESWAX, purchased by
B BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ja 8 dtf Commerce st.
HISKEiY.-50 bbls. Copper distilled WHIS-
W KEY, in bright barrels-for sale by
JACOB FRYSINGER,
fe 1 4t corner Howard and Franklin sts.
rUAYAQUIL. HATS-2 bales, assortedI qual-
G ities, received per Serene, and entitle t In .1. b. a.
ture, for sale by GEORGE & V.IA 1k F
ja 30 dl0t No. 12 (;.r,-,., ,.
f IVERPO01, COAL-750 bushels best Liver-
.5.1 pool Ovrel Coal just received per ship Grace
Brown-For sale in lots to suit purchasers. .1 *el3 to
ja30 P d4t ALEX. BROWN &S,, :a^'
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES & ENDURS.
ED CHECKS, taken in exchange for DRY
GOODS, at the store of B. C. WRIGHT,
ja 30 No. 151 Baltimore at.
LICANTEt MATS--85 bal." N,.. I ,:..at 3
Alicante MATS, on hand and lor sale low at my
Broom and Wooden Ware Store.
ja 30 SPENCER ROWE, Jr.
MARYLAND HOSPITAL.
N OTICE is hereby given to the proper authori-
ties of the several counties of the State of Ma-
ryland, that the above named Iihiiitiii.ui I. now rea-
dy to receive the Lunatics of sail (i',"iuieli, .a provid-
ed for by Law. Such patients however, will not be
received unless satisfactory security is given Ior the
regular payment thereof.
ja28 d2w R S. STEUARTPres't.
P EW WANTED in the Rev. Mr. buncan's
Church,Fayette st. Persons having an entire Pew
or a half Pew to dispose of, will please call at 23 South
Charles st. ja 21 If
][XAVISON'S uniform success in making goo-d
57 writers with his Muscular Guide, lenders it un-
necessary to expatiate upon what can be tone at 41
Baltimore street, ja 6
DAVID HOFFMAN'S WORKS.
V 1ATOR, Anthony Grumbler. Legal Outlines,
Course of Legal Study, and Introductory Lec.
tures-for sale at PLASKIT & CUGLES' and in the
principal book stores in the chief cities.


ja27 d3m? P
SAILORS WANTED.
IVE OR SIX FIRST RATE SAILORS
wanted immediately at the "Anti-Eatam IRONF
WORKS," near Harper's Ferry, to whom constant
employment and the highest wages will be given,-
Apply to JNO. McP. BRIEN & BRO.
fe I dim No. 4 Spear's wharf.


BUNTING'S IRISH MUSIC.
ANCIENT MUSIC OF IRELAND, arrang-
ed for the Piano Forte, (comprising 150 old Irish
Airs,) to which is prefixed a dissertation on the Irish
Harp and Harpers, including an account of the Old
Melodies of Ireland-by EDWARD BUNTING, of
Belbast.
0r3-A specimen of the above National Work, very
handsomely got up, may be seen at the Counting Room
of the subscriber, where orders will be received for
any number of copies, to be delivered here at $15
each. THOSE. B. ADAIR,
fe I 8t No.6 Commeice st.
WM. MINIFIE,
.RCHITECTAND BUILDER.
HAS removed his office to No. 5, Fayette street,
a few doors east of Calvert street.
W. M. would inform his frienIs and the public that
he has lately directed his studies particularly to the
different methods of warming and v tiitilain of build-
ings, public and private; and will introduce in his de-
signs, such arrangements as will effectually produce,
a purs and equabletemperature at a moderate expense;
both as regards the costofthe apparatus and con-
sumption of fuel.
He will also erect J.pparatus of the mr.l a pr.r vred
construction wherever required,which te will aai,,nrl
to effect the desired object, viz. an agreeable and
healthy temperature. jas I S&tW4t?
DAVID HOFFMAN'S WORKS.
A NEW WORK entitled VIA'TOR, OR A
PEEP INTO MY NOTE BOOK" is jun- pub-
lished by Plaskilt & Cugle,of this City-and by Lit-
tie & Brown of Boston-Also, a second edition cl r1t,
author's "Thoughts by.A Grumbler." The rF,, edi,-
lion in two volumes, of the" Course of Legal I.liy.,"
as also of the "Legal Outlines," are now to be had of
those Booksellers,and may be found in tle chle cities
of the Union. All of these works were suspenoe.il l.:r
a time owing to the difficulties in the iiaJe-anOl lih
price of the legal works hbs been gieally redluCeil, !)
suit the times. A few copies of the IatrodiaiWry L,..-
tures, and Syllabus, may also now be had.
ja27 PRCS PI.AsKITT utCUGI E.


TO FISHERMiEN.
OR SALE-A Secont hand SEINE. ,bangirgIt&
hauling rope, corks. &c., complete 5,11, .Ihoius
long, to fish in w ier,'!2 Ifeet deep, bul Cn be allered
to fish in any depth o1l water to ntir. II iiol ;old it-
gether, will be sold in such parcels as will suit pur-
chasers. Also 20,000 feet of Oars. Apply at corner
9f Baltimore and Frederick At. to
fe 1 o______ 81 ROBERT TAVLOR.
FOR SALE OR LEASE-E-IALo of G r01.1 ND
on Cove street, b'-lween Baltmore and Holli.J,
streelta, I0 by 61) leet Iront. For lerms hiich .lmall
be liberal apply to
ja 30 4w'' ORNDORFF&CO.
|EIXIlSL &STONEBRAKER hase on
I hand andl for sale a most superior selection of
White Wheat FAMILY FLOUR, comprising Ihe
following brands-Clagett, Small, Overholt &t fort,
Caloclin, Landis, Welch, Greenwood Mills, Newco-
mer, Welshants, Shupe &K Boyer. ja 1.


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PV8iulC Sa
MORTGAGE SALE.-By vi
sell The mortgage premi
contained in a deed ol m
Hdavini. ol the city of Balt
ol ithe -am- place, or th
recorded among the land r
ty Court, in LiberT. K.,
default of payment ot trhe
-,upon which irortgage de
been made, there is claimed
hundred and four dollars
be paid out of the sale 9f
and in pursuance ol the a
of Maryland, passe.l al Dce s
titled "an act relating to m
mor
The undersigned, mortgage
close said mortgage by a
the premises, on MONDAY,
1841, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
described in the mortgage a
or parcel oh Ground situat
Baltimore aforesaid, which
metes and bounds,courses a
is to -. -bg;nniui, for t
by irie inr-r-.e ii..ri ot t
derry, formerly H-ospital s
Canal, formerly Harlord s
Northerly bounding on the
fifteen feet six inches to
O ie iidirirg wall between
Nor-nli oi Little McElder
it,r.-!:h tire centre ot sa
alhl wi,- I. l..Ili McElder
to a twenty foot alley, t
the West side of said all
street fifteen feet six inc
end then Westerly boundiag
last mentioned street one h
beginning." Subject to t
seventeen dollars and fo
cents, payable on the
4 On this Lot is a comf
M BUILDING, two rooms
DU oom below (the house
been u-ed, and is well cal
frame building calculated
The lease for this proper
and the above Lot will be
ol 99 years ren
Terms oPSlde--Ooe-ntbur
to be paid on 1he day of sa
payments, at 3, 6 and nine
day ofsale, and security
gagee. For further
SAMUEL BEAN
fe 1 3aw3w No
ELhK FORG
T HE subscribers offer at
valuable property
This property is situated i
of Maryland, and upon th
Little Elk creeks, and is wi
of i..., -A 1,h %.,iir at El
the f'i.i.at-iprma, Wilm
Boad at
The property contains abo
land, principally woodland
Little Elk known as Marl
S creeks, coal houses, a
] and Saw Mill, with a
A mJinents for the ac
UUpunu the premises are al
HOUSE, kitchen, counting
very large stone barn, with
being, suitable for the fr
water is always abunflant,
wood inexhaustible, for t
several tracts of land, o h
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, isa
five hundred acres of laud,
ment, divided into proper
very superior meadows a
property altogether it may b
actions, if any, in the Sta
valuable or desirable. It
ments, its conveniences to,
the Philadelphia and Balti
tible supply of wood, so n
cheapness ot labour, the a
articles of food, and the h
render this property
Two o[ the forges are now
may be so at a very small e
and implements necessary
wagons, carts, horses, oxe
The whole will be sold tog
at any
Those inclined to purchase
the %,'u im-, hen every
and nic prupi.ty shown
terms of sale will be lib
"'Samuel Stevens & Co." a
ately attended to.
ja7 mw5t
A VE1K6 VAL
j'OR SALE, lying in Ba
ing the property ofF.
and Mrs. Somerville, dist
on the Sulphur Springs r
hundred aind forty acres of
in wood, the rest in fall
a thriving, choice ap
dious stone DWELLIN
ll House, a spacious Ba
divlde,l in three stables-
and cold spring. The wh
danly watered, having a
session would be
The price will be modern
liberal-application may
S one mtuile aid a half abo
Old Frederick Road, who w
atiNo. 3U7 Bal
ja26 eo:t P JA
MEAL STA
NO. 27 SEC
VERY VALUABiLE
V SALF-One two story
S-<.J on South High st. n
I tint, with a ground ou Hg a na
A I r.l ho'ise is in compl
desianute situation for a
rsois and is very convene
FRAME HOUSE at the co
street, front on Gay street
street 38 leet: -only $20
wou.d wish to carry on t
have an opportunity of pu
-ilso, we have on han
of city property which we
priyate sale. Also sever
one on the Falls Road and
and York Turnpike Roads,
mote distance. Callon
.is 29 BO
TO
FJWHE SUBSCRIBER wi
M year, or tor a short t
TIFUL GARDEN situate in
site their ( armellte Nunne
Henry Moore. The garden i
FRUITS, sanch as PEAR
RIES, &c. &c., besides a
ment oh SHRUBBERY an
comfortable DWELL
premises, situated me
d ten. To horticultu
blowers this garden otters
with. For te
ST.GEO. W
oc 8 P d Off
-,--,, F1* 1Rl a'S'- I
.r f STu,. house on the
inBL,'nar Shaihrp street
and Dalrymple. Po'sessini
apply to MAGR
or to SAM'L.
oct6 dtf
J FOR RENT-A Small
( ted for farming or g
55 Westard City line,
dercita and the Washingto
this farm, asud perhaps ext
Marl, irom which a large
dug adrjaeent to
ue II d4t3aw PS
L FOR RENT.-A 2
TJrim u' P haul's street,
IB ',i ,..'s,'u. and Mul


- ieiic- lor a genteel fami
Spapered and painted, the
asile, and the whole house
'Hydrant in the yard, whi
ja 27 dIOt
SFOR RENT-That
*[ LING HOUSE on Faye
li -ime ahd Cove street
E. Gias6n. Possession c
For further particular
0 4 eotf
FOR R NT--The th
? DWELLING on Pritt st
liJ ..dv Exeter, now occ
P 1-i 1i,. Early possession
Applv to H
de 28 ,d C mct
FOR SA t.E-2 small
HOUSES, I situated i
L side, near Biddle street
top st eet, south side. se
apply to THORNT
ja 21
FOR RENT -The la
YELLOW HOUSE in
A Jl .renled to a good tena
ani s tue necessary repair
which ,iii be
G. B WILSON & CO.
ja 19 dl6t? P o
.,-1. FOR SALE.-Thr
aled on Hollins st. we
J2.!jiL THORNTON E
ja 19 No
FOR RENT-The3 s
Ii I NG on Charles street
11111aLnisil.Apit
de 9 P WM.
-r 0i it) IliV I',%u
11f( Parlour and Chamber,)
I.n -pectabte Boarding ho
q!i., at this o efie.
M Cit SI N I'- -" r,
,,, ,,'un Exeter at. s
',l- Puiup so caiied-u

SYT'N E'8 VARFITR
JU STORE, North Ctii-rhs t
Bank, where he keeps cont
of new and second hand
boards; bureaus; secretary
glasses; beds; carpeting, &c.
sale on moderate terms all
ware; clocks and timepieces
the best quality; lamps of
Also, a -i.-iird:,,d a o-'otm
lever and ,.thir g alcro, i
rir,, i and fingerrings; sil
lot i. ot a tiiperior quality
S a urn- c,, i'ou, ol .hel o
01 -,r 'h icd option; brushes
CJI Iu.uI'ruiJnen.i-; musical
t. In atilli ton iO lt ie b
v.jatchl' ,_') ._al arnd d om
I:. liest rOllf-cii on o O il I
for -ole, ii applied lor at
.]a,.i, d tvry rine collect o
ting-. finiec rings andbre
ap


-PUBLIC
SRUSTEE'S SALE-B.-B
Sof Baltimore County Cour
Equity, the subscriber, as T
at Public Auction, on
February next, sto atsEx o
ALL THAT PIECE O
situate and lyingein Balti
the land conveyed to Joh
head, by dsed 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 leet, 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. FRIED
No. 19 Faye
ais 21 21t H_
AI- FOR SALE.-T'heund
private sale to close
M FLOURING MILL on
It consists of a brick Mi
house, substantially buil
steam Engine of 30 inch c
Machinery lor four run o
the above property is situ
hundred feet, 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, a
ja6 2awt24M __
MARBLEMON UMKNT
STONES, STONE
BENCHES, &c. &c. &
The undersigned trus
the 4th day ol Februaty ne
ner ot German and Sharp st
expose at public sale, all
(ess & Benteen, consisting
ments, Tombs, Head-Ston
Marble, Soap-Stone, Fre
ter's Tools, Work
The terms of sale for al
arid for all sums over $1
proved notes to be gi
WM. A.T
ja 22 PS 2awts T
NOTICE TO GR
T HE creditors of Gaddes
notified to fill their cl
with the trustees, on or b
next, when a dividend of
be made.
WM. A.
isja 22 2watlM T
TO BE SOLD
SUNDRY LOTS in the V
K adjoining the 3rd mile
road near to the Fairview
feet on the road, and run
of 33 feet wide. The posit
mile and three quarters fro
There is an abundance of
few feet of the surface, an
building, within 200 yards
also two or three eminences
to 20 acres ot land to eac
River Patapsco anI the c
The whole of the above prop
as may suit the wishes of
RICHARD
de 11 d4tlawtf PS
FRANKLIN B
T HE Subscribers will rec
Bank of Baltimore notes
following described Property
.&. A Two Story DWELLI
NiTW ca street, oppositeth
ljinUcupied by Mr. Charle
vern, there are extensive
ous fine Cellars, the whole
ness. It is occupied and
A lso,2 Two Story
Situated on Jasper st
Il Market House. Those
built in 1838, with good b
the whole well calculated
market. Rent for
- Also, three TWOS
(H uated in Sharp near L
JaU good back buildings
occupied by good tenants;
to the yard ot each. The t
Also, a Two Story
ated on the corner of H
of tly Alley, occupied as s a
first rate stand for the ret
feet 6 inches by 150 feet d
.r& Also in the Alley,
substantial well bu
IfU.cellars to each. Thw
ann
J Also, 2 Two Story
m situated in East street
IlUIrican Church. Lots 25
back buildings and dry cel
nu
Also, 2 Two Story
situate at the corner
Lft Moon Alley; the corn
one of the best stands in O
cery business, formerly
years by Mr. James Collin
nu
A" Also in said Alley, ad
fi good Two Story BR
iUU.gether with a vacant L
another house. Rent
'.A. Also, two excelle
tigDWELLINGS, situat
InllTown, near the Bel
ses are in complete order
rough repair: are newl3 pa
ways occupied. Re
& Also, a Two Stor
f B situate in Gay street,
l111 Air Market,a nd is rent
a term of 10 years-lie ke
pair, for and during the
per a
Also, 2 Two Story H
!W Forrest street, Old
I-LBrick House. Lots 25
ent to the Bel-Air Marke
A & Also, a Two Stor
W11411 HOUSE, corner of Park
l m occupied by Mr. Eli P
is an excellent stand. R
The whole of the above de
simple, except $178 ground
putable, and will be guar
Notes or approved Checks
Baltimore will be taken in
approved Bank
E. MeFA
ji 5 di
REMO
TlHE subscriber has r
FACTORY, LEATHER
FACTURERS WAREHOUSE
West Pratt street, to the
of Eutaw st. and Carpente
Lombard
Having all things put in
prepared to furnish Card Cl
and all Nos. lrom
Also on hand a large an
Manufacturers articles,
Roller Leather Reeds, Shut
Roller Cloth, Russia Isin
Bobbins, (Warp and Filli
Worsted) Washers, (all s
Potato Starch, Card Plve
Combs, Glass Steps, Brus
Cotton or Wo
Belt Leather of superior
der, from I to 20 inches w
ted and sewed, for drivi
and Woollen Mills, Saw Mi
tors for G
All of which will be fu
terms by
ja 1


LACKBURN'S MA
subscriber, Agent for
House, is atall times prep
MADEIRA WINES OF
BRAND, so long known and
best judges in ibis Coun
Wines are warrant
GROWTH,free irom all acid
ditlon for Bottling immed
house of Messrs. GE
BURN was established in
1784-they have always bee
especially of late years, i
est Wines produced on
large stock constantly o
ned to maintain the rep
red by shipping none bu
such as are likely to be i
climate. The evident
OLD ESTABLISHMENT,
stock, must possess over o
up orders as they can find
not brought up regularly
evident to require any com
convenience which will re
must soon be made manifes
trust to them. For furti
THOMAS B
ja 21
AMERICAN OIL; or M
.-' This Oil is obtained pur
tural Spring in thestate of
remarkable, it can only be
the Moon. It has been us
betofyearsas an efficient
matism, Spraiirms, pain in
Shortness of Breath, Cra
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 hal
was cured. It has been a
I have not felt itsince; I
sore lips, burns, scalds,
I am pleased with it
THOMAS
Cambridge, Febr
rhis may certify that I
Oil. I am subject to be aff
been relieved on applyin
nishtits; I have used itbfor Br
la.ins and Scalds, and can e
medicine I ever used
Arrangements have been
for a regular supply of
tl-erlore each bottle will
of the agent. G.K.T
Bait. & High s
Price 25 aid5 0cts.


BY THE HOUSE
JArNUARY,
R ESOLLED BY THE Gen
L ryland, That the Tre
Shore proceed forthwith to
the Stockholders of the
Company at Frederick, upo
day, in pursuance of the r
dopted for the regulation an
pany by the Stockholders
July, eighteen hundred and
gate the affairs and past
and to take such further o
interest of the Stoc
By order: G.
We hereby certify that th
py of the original resoluti
es of the Legislature of
sion,
Given under our hands at t
26th day of J
GEORGE G
Clerk of the House
JOS. H. N
Clerk of the Se
WESTERN SHORE TR
ANNAPOLIS, JAN
N OBEDIENCE to a res
Assembly ol Maryland, ot
of which the foregoing isa
the resolution ofthe Stockh
a General Meeting of the
peake and Ohio Canal Com
assemble and be held at t
city ot Frederick, in Fre
on MONDAY, the 8th day
clock, M., "to investigate
and their past management
order in the premises as th
ers may require."
Ise 18thM Treas
MIRACULOUSORIEN
VENTED MANNER O
struction in the Newly In
Manner of WASHING, a p
complaints ofthe head, ear
day for strengthening the r
ry, the faculty of hearing
and lor the renovation and
and the removal of wrinkle
ness of the lace, producing
beautiful and fresh. Lad
to get direction and instro
miraculous manner of Was
on C. WILL & DICKEY,
for CH.G. SEIPPEL, where
hear the particulars.
UNDER
HENRY WEAVER, Sexto
respectfully informs his
that he is now prepared t
superintendine FUNERALS
lure oft C f'l N,, the f
the preparation of all ma
He alto b-gq leave tocaltl
to ( OFI-FIN'- of a new an
made by himself, which ha
bation of all who have se
of improved appearance, bu
purpose intended, and can
order in a plain or costly
invited to call and exami
adjoining new Christ
The subscriber is also pr
construction of VAULTS,
in any graveyard, in the v
and durability. The satis
tofore given to al I who h
termination to use his ut
nable him to promise satis
sire his services.
ja eII o6t
BEST LONDON
FASHION
:*- S. ROGERS,
M.an S1 gPInT,ha
p'er '-i pra thi e
"I i-, a Ir s-I, s
FA' i I/ON P
Ii' dc. ,m imm f
at-d ii^' l u-"cingnea-cn
in. ;* s
',. i.' d the
lu-rtg ri
I L' V e -' Lmo
s'o N
'- -; r'rgi" 'a's ron
-'... ... ..... ia tt'Cr .
lalermuch thi
1 0 F.e r ni n
r.j.li. lri
Riggs' Rose, Violet, Ca
and Military
Riggs' VEGETABLE ESSE
fume for the
Concentrated Ess
Double Extract of Rose,
de-Cologne, Pear's Bloom
and permanent bea
Superfine Face Powder,
the
Atkinson's Depilatory,
hair from the fa
Sackett's Powders,
Alla-ad-deem Mahomed Dy
on the head, eye-brows or
black or brown-Also, Veg
that neither washing, pe
cause can
Essence of Tyre a
Atkinson's Curling Fluid
This article is very genera
most ladies
Iose Oil, M
Antique and B
Rose Li
Clothes, head, nail and to
manufac
A hand-om. a sortment
ha
Gentlemen's El
Having received the late
ions, and the best materi
order at the shortest
MR. ARCHER.K, (Graduaot
demy, at West Point
BOARDING & DAY SC
DI
Lexington street, 5 do
BALTI
HIS INSTITUTION is
embracing a thorough a
instruction in all the bran
Educa
There is a Preparatory De
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prospaec
studies, prices &c. &c. ma
the Principals at the sct
made to Major Gen. Win
Dennis H, Mahan, Prof.
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem.
my; Roswell Park, Prof. of
versity of Penn,; Rev. D
Rev. John C. Backus, Re
B. Magruder, Dr.R.N. Ha
Dallam Esq., Wm. F. Gil
Esq., Win. Reynolds Esq.
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gi
Rev. John Davis, Washi
Funney, Harford co, Md
AUGUSTSi C
ORNAMENTAL HA1i
149 Baltimore st
THE SUBSCRIBER resp
Ladies and Gentlemen of
just arrived from New Yo
several days, lor the purp
voice of Goods, just arriv
arrival, among which will
fashionable FANCY ARTI
neck and head JET ORN
the Head, a new style
ES, PEARL GIRDLES and
Also a very large assor
as the most pleasant and f
Roses. Cream of ALM
DOR hor the complexion;
Coralie asi Indian HAIR
BANDOLINE, fortsmoothi
ment ot Hair, tooth, na
Buffalo, Horn, Dressi
others. Also PURSES
TICS, WATCH GUARDS,
BELTS,
WIGS and TOUPEES rea
order,ss well as all k
WORK, wholesa
AUGUSTIN
Patent Spri
And agent for V. Clirehug
ouu.


COMPOUND SYRU
BIC-For Coughs, Col
Cough, Pains and Soreness
Consumption, Hloarseness,
Diseases of the Breast
Thit Syrup is compos
bined with such othe reme
long experience, best calcult
above named diseases. I
world as a new discovery,
medy, prepared according
eminent Physician, which
when other remedies have b
bene
It is particularly recomn
Scientific preparation, rea
late to fulfil the purpose
Prepared only by G. K.
Baltimore and High street
Washington by R. S. Patt
by 0 M. Lintbicum.t
FEVER A
DR. KERSHAW'S
AND FEVER MIXT
STRENGTH OF ANY O
MIXTURES--This Medici
to fail in curing the wor
It has been extensively use
single case has come to the
where it did not perfect
disease, he can therefore
confidence that whoever w
statement to be true-Many
wheie the Mixture has pr
ing c
Prepared and sold b
Druggist, No.
This Medicine is prepared
as some persons prefer tha
and is composed of the sam
tire in a more concentrate
efficacious as the Mixtu
KERSHAW'S AGUE AN
kept for sale by those
ja 14 (
BRUSH & BELL
J K. STAPLETON
L BALTIMORE STREET,
Have in Store the following
very low for cash and on t
Country M
Sweeping BRUSHES,
Chamber BROOMS, 2 si
Mill Brooms and Dusting
Scrubbing BRUSHES, 6
CLAMPS, 6,7,8
Shoe Brushes, common size
Hatters BRUSH
Tanners, Blacking, Past
Weavers Brushes, Hors
White wash 4,5,6,8
Painters Brushes and Sash T
Cloth BRUSHES, plain and
Head Tooth and Nai
Shaving BRUSHES, of
Blacksmiths' BELLOWS, al
purchaser, and atrauePicw
Brazier.' atd Jewelle


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FRANKLIN BAN
PAR FOR F
SOUTH EASTCO R N E R
TAW S
Entrance aon Lexington
AMUEL FREY, since h
burnt out in the fall, h
his Ware Rooms, so that at
tully equal, if not superior
the city, and having enlar
prepared to execute all o
despatch. His present st
sive assortment of the mos
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 to
wishing to purchase are re
the War
UNDERTAKING attended
and Hearses furnished, and
general satisfaction.
REDFORD ANDS
GLASS.-The undersign
agency forge sale of this c
more. Tnt Redford Crow
from ordinary cr.-, i, I.
ness and beauty I -',ol.tC
.,r.l lI;..l.l . - color,
f'citernc.- ii.u,- mater
sesses a remarkable lustre
like the purest specimens
not t ii.i- n .:.li-hl.-I alter
mel, l.. ii,,u.n anrid hardne
med by dust. A full sup
PRATT &
ja 22 Nos.
A TEACHER.-A Teach
ployment of a few hour
private family or assistant
of this city. He has be
teaching the Languages,
branches of English. Add
Post Office. 1
AMERICAN
N OTICE.-The subscribe
the public that they hav
inga manulactory ofh
at the corner of Gough and
Point, Baltimore, where th
ders to any extent, on the
be accompanied with direct
and engineer in the success
ticle. As to the utility of
suffices to say that it is
been used to advantage in
Aqueducts, Piers, Arches,
tu;.jinr,., ,o secure dry
st1 ii,. ,iru ., where proper
to have answered the p
knowledge ofthe article, to
will warrant it to answer
or no charge, if applied a
B. C
jy24 lyV
PATEiVI' LiFE A A
INVENTED BY' MR. JU
It is principally intended
bers, and so constructed
window in the case of fire.
attached to which are step
one end is a large box, li
persons who are sick or ti
ered from any part of a build
ger or difficulty; at the
can be fastened to the wa
is thus letdown, it becomes
any one can descend with e
in a very small compass, '
it is placed is fashioned a
and is a handsome oname
1H CLR1i OOD'S E
E- hMELDlL---F..r th
SEASES, ofa Scrofulous
Scrofulous diathesis, and
Hypertrophy. These remedy
a practice of some years
except those arrived at the
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 applicail. 1.. it,.-
BERCULAR ( IuN'NU M P I lN
the Heart, Liver, Spleen,
Swelling, Dyspepsia and
to Females at various period
scribing the symptoms of th
which they have been empl
tion for the use of Remed
et. Satisfactory references
tion to any of the agents
Baltimore, No. 6 South Fr
may be had at the stores
South street; Roberts & A
Bait. streets, and Slade &
Lloyd streets. a 5
TIN WA
THE SUBSCRIBER info
the public that he has
sive assortment of all
own manufacture viz. Bloc
and plain TIN WARE,which
reasonable terms. Atloa
BLE CUTLERY; Dixon's
ver plated and german si
TEA TRAY and WAITERS
irons; Shovels and Tongs, w
CY HARD RE.
Also TIN PLATE, 1C
WIRE from No.8 to 18.
and black rivets: Engli
bars-all of whIch is of hi
be sold at reduced prices,.
Baltimore street, and
JAMES C
Baltimore,
COMMISSIONER
HE undersigned having
Commissioner of the Sta
in Maryland, is fully emp
or affirmations, and to tak
to be used in that State; al
account. a:.'.ih. I it,, -i. '
fers of t-ini,: dr-i ...tl,.r .t.-
positions or acknowledgm
missioner, are as effectual
fied to by any Justice of t
the State of Delawar
iv li
AN REW'S COMP O
TED SYRUP OF
'tHIS Preparation contain
.B. the Root in a concent
garded as the most import
corbutic Medicine extant.
fulous Affections, Scu'vy
other Diseases of the Ski
most eminent of the Facul
cine for re. entablishinmg t
undergone the effects of M
ously injnred by a long
most baneful maladies to
ble, particularly under th
ted Secondary Symploms, w
dicated, produces serious im
dation of such derangement
probably last for the rema
tend the evil even to the
been thus
In order to render this pre
sible it is carefully pret
evaporation from the Re
Prepared a
GEO. W.
Chemist an
No. 3 Baltimore street
de 31
TO THE


DR. HULL'S UTER
POR
T HIS new Instrument for
lapsus Utero, or Fallin
nal application, supersedint
able Pessary, is confident
flicted as the means of a pe
it never having failed of p
most aggravated circumsta
decided ir, i.-n..i l. i of
DON; Sir Benjamin C. Bro
sician to the Queen; Dr. A
fery to Guy's Hospital; D
Bartholomews; Dr. Griffit
Hospital; Dr. Ramsbothaim
pital; Robert Ferguson, L
ing-in Hospital: Dr. Swe
sex Hospital, and senior
lotte's Lying-in Hospita
Conquest; Blundell, Lee, im
&c. by Dr. Moreau, Presi
ale de Medecine, PARIS a
chess D'Orleanis; Professo
Dubois, Sanson, and ot
Professor J. W. Francis;
fessor of Midwifery in U
YORK, Proles. Delafield,
son, President County Me
Pres. Medical Society, St
James McNaughton, of A
Professor Cyrus Perkin,
Thos. Boyd, Gilbert Smith
Kissam, Vache, Power, G
and many other distinguish
ted States. A. G. HULL;
dsaor House
83-A constant supply of t
be kept by
Corner of Pratt st.
05-A pamphlet, containing
application and uses" of t
ment, can be obtained b
iv IP G.vL. D 8L CO
TO TlE
T PAIGE & CO., No. 1
opposite ttfe Museam,
Ladies of Baltimore that t
New York a splendid
SLIPPERS, a very beautif
article for Fancy Balls. A
white and black Satin, wh
Selett morning Slippers,
Ladies and Misses Frenc
Boots; Lasting and Merino
a complete assortment of L
work ot every description,
the choicest of French mat
superior to any in the cit
fully requested to call and
fore purchasing elsewhere
Country Merchants can be
of Ladies work by the d
SURVEYING AND
DRAUG
HE subscriber offers his se
SURVEYOR, and respect
of their patronage. Hav
practically employed in Ci
and Topographical Draught
giving satisfaction to t
His Office is on FAY
corner of St. Paul's Lane, (
trance of the Mansion B
will be ready to receive a
and despatch, any
Plats drawn, either simp
topographical features of t
the employer, and sectional
when desired, as well as
descriptions, in
ma 4 o GEO.


NOTICE TO
A SECOND light ship,
has been moored in the
November, in the vicinity
of the entrance into the
remain on that Station a
floating ice. From this ligh
Beacon South by West. ,
on Meier's leegde sand in i
(c) the red Bu
Vessels, which may be co
ser without a pilot, have
No. 1, and in all cases to
then, as soon as possible,
east. Keep it in that direc
course, lill they make ligh
/ German or 3 English mil
light ship No. 1 to bear
to steer for it
Light ship No.2 should
, east, whence the course
light ship No. 2 in north
anchor in the vicinity, at
man or one English mile,
will be found in about 7
is not advisable to proceed
From light ship No.2 th
Wurster channel to white
by East-distance II Germu
Into the channel of t'edderd
South East for the same d
to Salzboeren
Both light ships are pain
an elevation of 42 feet abo
In place ot a flag they
mast heads, which .i.,...-'
lightships in
Published in Baltimore,
order of the Se
A. SCHUMACHER.
ja30 2a8t P
SUaQUEHiANNA FR
STONE MAN
WHE subscriber respect
A citizens of Maryland,
States generally, that he
every variety of the above
they can be had at any o
United States, and that all
at his risk, and all work
to any part of the Count
made to suit any purchase
favo r him with their patr
tabitshment he will keel)
Anchor Brand BOLTING
quality, an improved atticl
lect squar meshed Cloth. a
article twenty per ceint le
any establishment eitherin
us he is connected wilh ani
rect from Holland, which
This article is warranted
bers and proper fineness,
in
T'he subscriber will be
Mill Stone fuanufactory,
miles above Havre de Gace
nal, where all orders add
0. Hartbrd County Md. wi
and promptly
ALEXANDER
REFER
Isaac G. Reynolds, (Pra
Deposi
B. S. Woolverton, Danv
W AS COMMI-'TEDl to the
City and County, on t
1840, by William Steuait,
in and for. the city afo
LEVI COSLEY, as a runas
Robert Gilmor, Jr. Esq.
is about 35 yeats of age, fi
and flight complexion.
scarred from the King's Ev
his right thigh has been
with a crutch. Had on whe
ton shirt, gray striped c
cloth vest, white cotton
and a coarse shoe. The ow
described negro man is r
prove property, pay charge
wise he will be discha
DP. HERRIN
oc 27 Balt.Cta
L "A'S CiM- ITM .L MD 1rT eIJ, .
W City andCounty onil the 9t
1840, by William Eichelbe
of the Peace, in and lor th
gro man, as a runaway
who says he is free, and
tile of Baltimore County,
Thomas or William Gaut,
pendence in what lie says
sane.) He is of dark com
age, 5 feet 7' inches in
tr.iltt'd. a striped Linsey
1' nnii.a.t .,.-,' '-i--i Shiuts
Boots. Has a large scar o
under the le
The owner (if any) ofth
man, is requested to come
pay charges and take him
discharged ac
D. HERRIN
2c 2 Baltimore
BRYSON GILL &T
ESPECTFULLY infor
the public that they w
them at any hour of the d
they are prepared to perform
in the Dental Science, suc
cleaning, filing, regulating
improved Stocton's Porcel
entire set. All the above o
to be performed in the v
and charges moderate. R
Hanover and Lo
N. B.--&'. C .-.lir;. Coppi
at all hours of the night a
city. A large supplS oth
lor sale by the thousand,u
41 BAl'I IHl!it)iiI t t
DAVISON'S MUCH
PRACTICALLY


MUSCULA
To the acquisition of bea
PENMAN
rU'HE best evidence in -,i
SA. continued success in- i-
ed. The MUSCULAR GUID
est scrutiny both in theo
case has it proved other
Marylandt Institute of Teac
under ii.u ii-,i i for tw
proved i I n i i. i, theory
mIn an editorial says "the
in favor and i. io.ard. s n ot
ed public." fil- ,ca'i als
"the Guide commends itse
the most ordinary capacity
convinced of its vast prac
the elitor of the Pilot an
plan a "great improvement
Clipper join in commend
schools have adopted the G
time to time from individu
have been presented to the
going, who can rem
N. B. Rooms open day an
at all hours of the day-L
Rooms 41 Baltimore str


SPLENDID CABIN
JOURNEYMEN CABIN
ROO
No. 10 South
'IAVING disposed of
X. stock, we are now manu
and most approved patterns
to the CABINET 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. UNDER FAKING pu
jy 10 tfW W S
CHIANID)ELIERS,
R. &. A
B L BE No.
'TIMORE
Agent for
CORNELIU
GOODS, hav
and are con
ceiving fro
lollowint ,ar
manufactu
DELIVERS w
and 18 Light
GLASS DR
DELABRAS
ETS for th
RANDOLES wth
3 and 5 Lights, ASTRA
&c. &c. The above Goods a
for cheapness of price, bea
cannot be
N. B. All Lamps from Co
ory are warranted to burn
be returned.
WARRANTED- FREM
STO
COLO
COCA
and ESOPU t
FRENCHlBU
BLOCS
AND CALIE
PLASTEROF
PARIS
I'3IHE Sbcrb
U.ers beglaet
inform the
ers and t
that theya
sit to furnihtea
above artic
quality, at
est possible notice. They
Burr BLOCKS, selected b
quarries
Orders from any part of
panied with satisfactory rn
attend
They may be seen at their
nue, near Pratt street bri
Saratoga street
ie25&
TO DEN
10 *000 STOCK
UM PORCELANTEH
comprising an assortment
Pivot,Plate and Molars. S
by all the respectable denti
be surpassed, they are pre
ral appearance and stand
thove of any other manufa F
and Retail by
No. 170 Balt
Refer to Dr. Harris, ) DSu
Dr. Laroque, ty, for
Dr. E. Noyes
j.4 1


TO TH
\ \
CHESAPEAKE BAY
ROANOKE R
arrangementfor Janimua
A-W[ !l- TI
POC IHON].A
& Z rthe lower en
wharf ever
Morning at 10 o'clock for N
and Roanoke
Passengers for CHARLE
the following morning o
anoke Bail Road to %ei.'.-
lance 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
N.' i*, '**, r -o...I .l Oe i,
FOIl MI I DERIi


... Sr W receiveF
t -.,_.


lier regular trips to Frederickburg a
landings on the Rappahan
street wharf on SAT A
27th ofFebruary, a 5 o'clo
as usual through
PASSAGE TO PON
MAC COU
The Steamb
HANNOCK, CparN
,a,,t..mkw llS
A l l.i.,,.,
i,-.jl.r tri heabv
pis..-. I. ,-," light
Al ]'t. l\i N,i, 27th
The Rappahannock will be
day the 28th of February
burg on t..r..'B.i ui.- I- .
son on "1. I'. i, 1 r ,h.. .
Washington on lhe4th of
Rail Road and Steamboat
Tuesday the 2d arrive in %
Fare hfom F, oi.'.*'.,$
2t 2
ilF-'M.l'+P-Ell will c

...ee loadi"
sail on Sa. ,;,

bi- r, t, I- re1 ,- re i i.'
twice a week by packets un
to run.
fi- 2 dt24th
-1-1 HA V.L L 1, L H S.
The Potomacb
l.-, the StemotSD
; ,iLY will lea, i wh ,
--, ,,, EVERY N1N1
e i .' ,F, ,, \ '.t I i..- I"
nect regularly with the R'.,r
ip. i. L., :. Weldon and
.1 it li.,'.' ,-, for W asking
at 4 o'clock, where they
calts at the Hotels in %'. -.I
gers and their baggage h- ,p.
cha
Seats secured "t,.,tlt .t
FALLS & CO.. u.i- ii iii
and Phliladelphia 1. .I
FOR BENEDICT, V
'iThe steam
F N I i ,oll
-frthesr rt.s-o
N'F-AY,"I l itkarch
1840, at 6 A. M. oni that
every. ,-fir. e Tuesday
land S .. r%,I.,ai i in the cit
and other places on the Pa
turn from thence on the T
Benedict at 6 A. M.. and s
going aind
Passage to or from the Pa
and fare to or fr
Fr. ; hi,,.. hl-,-tofo
i't,.. F', & MMo
WINTER ARRAN
GREAT OUTHERN I
MAIL LINE, DAI
4t 1i*-I.Y LINE CAR
IHll.IS THE ON


FV i. A .LLI.Hs Ii to
informed that by takingir
for Washington at 4, P. M.
ington, F,.. i l,1-.l,.r_. l(
don, anour '1. ,. ,:. 1,,,,.. .
ta .,!n:of I .,D Y .1,. il,..
\I 1 I \l 'ilt., ,d
of any other Lir.-.-tbe Co
bound by the I',-t Master
lowing quic
Leave Philadel
reach Baltimore, 2 P. M.
Leave Baltimor
reach Washington 6 P. M.
Leave Washing
reach Fredericksburg,12 M
Leave I']. !. ,,
reach In ... ,:, '. P.M .
Leave Richmon
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M
Leave Petersbu
reach Weldon, I A. M.
Leave Weldion
reach Wilmington I P. M.
Leave Wilming
reach Charleston next da
680 Miles.i
As this Line carries
cannot b '.1 v'd ) and
ROAD Ll.\ i, it will be pe
'l'raveller, unless in some ex
is sure of a connection throu
dent that Fogs, Rough We
ten occasion delay in a r
of which is by the Bay,-th
jected to ....!10I.,--. s
risk, from boats '.. i,. i,,
to compete wit, ,i.-
liOUT
The above Line will be
CERTAIN and EXPEDITE
tractive-as it passes ilI..,
ment and in sight ci M..
and i.,.... I'l.-i i. i ;. i.;
burg.t lh -ir t i.- 1, 1 -l i u.-
gin
IT IS ALSO CHEAPE
AS CHEAP AS THE
DON; and Travellers have
their B
This is also much the
cheapest route, and the
interior of Virginia, N
at Petersburg, Virginia
way of Raleigh, N. C.--14
Petersburg to that city.
the Raleigh Rail Road to
Milton, i, ,.1 ill... &c.
This is 'ti.. I'NY DA
and Pet
f-Passengers for the R
pa\ il.n,..,]_i. .
p .s -,it. .i, infor
apply at the office ol
Adjoining the Philadelphia
ie 12 dtl
TO WESTERN ANJ
TRtA V



'iEll.: tMtfllO INT
.3. leave Baltimore ever
afterthe artiva ol the Ph
Fci WhI-,t;,.,-. Pilt t.,
and '. ii.' ii .,h. i i:, .
and N._I r,,,, It, ',,.,l
and iV -i.'. .i.. ] i,. ;..
Thi,.,,. ii h,. \ |,, l,
I'll.' l 1' LI:L e. .
o'clock, lbr the above citie
as the Good Intent Line. T
The above Lines connect at l
Ohio Lines of Stages,-also
ville, Cincinnati, Louisvi


lea
For Seats in Baltimore, a
sition Stage office, No. 14
site the Baltimore and
HUTCHINSON
THOSE. SHRIVER,
ALPHEUS BEALL,
WILLIAM H.
de 21J .. Ae



N EW OPPOSIT'1IO -1V )
I VTO $10.-The Pioneer
commenced running an O
Baltimore and Wheeling, ko
Oppositi
Pj'.--.2-'r i, the.above
of it.- l, .l.,n.,rr and
at 7 and proceed to Fre
and Ohio RHil Road, and
tior.1 I-'.,. I. i,, lendi
in aA,..htt s hii,,
For seats and further iilti
only office for the above
opposite the R
Don't forget it is the
FICE. ja 19 d3m -
N BALTIMORECOUNTY
i,.ig in Equity, Nove
vs. i. United States I' :,r.
that the Receivers l it,.-
Company give notice by a
papers printed in Baltimor
Company, to produce their
duly authenticated, on or b
next, in order to receive
respective claims.
True Copy, Test-
OFFICE OF THE RECEi
STATES INSURANCE COM
In compliance with the g
more County Court, the und
United States Insurance Co
to the creditors of said Co
with Joshua J. Atkinson, A
or before the 1st day of J
dividend of the ass
JAMES H
WALTER F
Receivers of the U.
ja7s 7 a
N OTICE.-On or about t
Pulliam enclosed, in a
port, Tennessee, address
Baltimore, the left half o
Unite.t States of the denom
lars-to correspond with th
letter A 2608, dated Philad
by G. W. Fairman fo
The above letter has ne
proper arrangements have
owners for the payment of
them, the public are cauti
gotiate said half note
LYMAN REED
DEALERS
N0.34 SOUTH C
BO 28


RAIL
ANNAPOLIS AND
RO


IrllH Ainnap.iuis and Eh
r '. nr irn linouetiout it
sident anri Direct
That on Saturday the 26th
at 6 o'clock, A. M. a tra
Company's Depot at Annapo
with the Baltimore and Wa
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 inr W".hiiii
At 3 cA'le cl.. P. MI aroirm
pot at Annapolis and reach
in time to connect with the
timore and Washington, and
immediately after exchan
tra
The Company's Locomotive
and experienced Engineers
and well built. Every poss
to the comfort of passenger
be taken by th. Cm ..i 1,h
portation and deilvII
The roles lo tloIadl'.air
foll
For the whole distance bet
Annapolis anrd Baltimor
For the whole distance
Annapolis and Washingt
For any shorter distance at
ter cents
Tickets may t.,-.,,i ,tta .t
more and Ohio hail I,.a.t
Washington, which will en
free of all other charge t
polis. And in like manner
pany, in Annapolis, trav
which will enable them t
charge to Baltimore or W
SOMNIERVILLE FIl N P
de 28 d2
1i., i.1I 1 ~ ii7L hs ?
6-

i 'll I. t'A IsI or, ,D. B.
to YORK and WRI
LUMBI \.-.:,itinglirom
of-..ii ;: ,,-.. stre
f'hiiil \i|.lk I't
i1.M R 1 A. at 1 o'clock,
.,nLI ltorYork at l o'c
Baltimoreat3 o
By li[- .-.u ita ,][, ro hi
Cars, i- .., -. r i..i t .,r. ,I
phia, ]..,r 1.1-hi 1r .-t
with Bia.d It, 0
Goods intended for trans
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, on
A. M. and 4 P. M. A tick
quantity, to whom, and
pany the articles, and it
must also be sent fo
l0 -It is also i. -i ,- i ,,lt
ry instance itwill bE i ] 't
and charges will be poui,p
Goods, and that no dtrawbac
mages, if not claimed wit
livery of
-;-N'it.. b .-r te forwa
ol l..' i..,-i. rt rrn Yor
fr',t I, opr
ja 5___ D. C


III III{ r Tu-' i
O F HlI1. H ', "..-r, 1-r B
(t nO. an.,J .,-l.frn '.
1ST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
do do "
Frederick,
S do
Harper's Ferry
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
do
Frederick,
S do
"" HI-trt- I'--
w A.SII I\UA
FROM BA
H.
For Washington,a
S do "
FOR BAL
H..
From Wahington,
do
Passengers by the morning
can connect with the Wes
House;-and those (u Int
the train from Harper's
the Relay House in ample t
evening train for Washi
ja 5 B. I IH '
EVERY MORNING
PHILADELPHIA, WIL
MORE RA


FV lil' P. .l.N..i.C.U-t
-1 U. STATES iAIL, leave
morning at nine o'clock-the
Wilmington, and reach 'lh.i
clock, P. M. in time for il
York.
The-7. ,,lairo.- treinti
ny for -.. .- 1u. iruoltl.l -m
ease ai.t II o i I r I i& ira -,
will be c
0fj-Coiored Passengers mu
office before
*,,5Packaees intended fort
be left previous
dep 23 PRS di A.
T'I ER iRt I IA I I i-
PHILdD. WILMIAG ON.\ 7
RAIL ROAD


11t il.1%.1LIA L II
SDEPOT,cornerof Presi.l
DAILY, Sundays excepted,
Mlerchandize and comm
Goods Will also be receive
spective stations on the ro
accommodate
(- It is also respectful
transportation charges on a
paid promptly on deliver
duction for damages will
within twenty-hour hours of
A. CRAWFOR
Philad. W.&B
Baltimore, Dec. 1Ith.
GREAT MAIL, B
YORK TO NE



V1EKRAV EsLLERS betwe
kL and South West, are i
line of Rail Road and Ste
now in operation between
Georgia, via the Wihiningt
rolina and G(--.-ia Rlil R
by Halifax, \\.,sr,.-",u ..
Charleston, Aiken and H
Greensborough, to
Distance 567 miles-fare 35
mington road and steam bo
Carolina rail road, }36 mil
100 mil
From the South Carolina ra
stages to Savannah, Ga. li
miles; a daily line of stag
Oranreburg, (to which the
40 .,,id-t, taking passenger
all the upper districts in
line from Aiken for Greenv
try in Nort


The following Stage lines
Rail Road, two first rate li
Georgia Rail Road, daily
gomery Rail Road, Alabama
At Montgome;y passenger
steam boat
A new tri-weekly mail l
Georgia Rail Road, to 'th
ter's oir'lir,; via Coving
Rome., tir.ijih in ]a da
there are steam boats and
every important point in
nes
A double tri.weekly lin
Talahassee and to Mobile
St. Josephs, leaving Gre
Tuesday an
A tri weekly mail line,
Knoxville,' Tennessee, via A
Cassville and Athens, Ten
Tennessee via Cbatanooga (R
per leaving Greensboro' eve
and Friday morn
A tri-weekly mail line filo
ledgeville, via Eatonton,
Thursday and Saturday-also
county and Pendleton, S.
Wednesday
A daily mail line from
Geo. via Sparta, Mil
There are stage lines r
Alabama to Tuscaloosa an
&
TO MER
Merchandise of all kinds
Rail Road daily from Au
miles at 40c.
On the South t'Carolina R
Charleston to Hamburg, opp
per 100 lbs. and 14
Charleston, (S. C.)
CURE FOR TET
WORMS.-W., 1.5 hjtri.
sure inrecommendirng a
IAMIN HARRIS, N.'io 1 o H
cure of Tetters and Riligtr
had occasionto use it and i
desired
John F. Towner
Caleb Whitmore
H. Griffith Jr.
Jesse P. Aibright,
John P. Howard,
George Rea,
T. E. Hambleton,
John H. Ensor,
F. G. Waters
Mrs. E. Shaw,
Jesse Slingluff,
Frances
BALTIMORE, N
HaVnn been afflicted witnd
,ie lah tvertnly .years, at t
eure.- ari dounnI rnorelieF,
thf/e Talter," I was induced
have the rIb rted eecto. t
'urfttered rom the same cau
ELIZABETH
The above remedy can be
afR. H.COLEMAN & CO. J
SET H S.I HANUE. corer o