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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


VOL. L. x ses.l


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
nO. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMIORE.
Daily paper, 8 dollars -Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
In Lae city-all new advertisements appear in boll
panels.
CITRON -1 case fresh imported, for sale by
fe a P J. CROSBY. Commerce at.
R IUE,-20 tierces prime, for sale by
fe 8f J. W. BROWN, Smith's wharf.
5 KEGSAN) 22 FIRKINS BUTTER
S-For sale by Is 8 W. G. HARRISON.
1L A CASES LIQUORICE, small stick Tan-
tiilo brand; lauding for sale by
te 8 P J. CROSBY, Commerce St.
1 5d PATRIOT DOUBLOONN tfor sale
159 by F. T. MONTELL.
fe 8 d4t 79 Smith's whf.
10 I-HH S.; 100 tierces,anid 10 bb s. N.O.
1 0 MOLASSES-For sale by
fe 6 WM. G. HARRISON.
f*i0( HHDS. N. 0. SUGAR-Various
q. qualities; for sale by
fe 6 WM. G. HARRISON.
B OTTILE CORKS-13 half bales sup.BOTTLE.
VELVET CORKS, for sale by
fe 8 LAMBERT GITTINGS. Exchange Plac'.
B lO, bl].A\' IILiNt IiiI'I I|It-
200 haif kegs-For sale low by
fe 6 F. W.BRUNE & SON.
B EEF,-150 bbls. No. I BEEF,
S50 do Mess do. For sale by
fe 8 CLARK & KELLOGG.
LAiIFIED SUGAR-25 hhds., a superior
-article-For sale by
fe 8 F.W.BRUNE & SON'
F RESH IROLL BUTTER-A further supply
received to-day H. POLLOCK,
fes 6 10 Bait. st. near the Bridge.
ICE-70 tierces Charleston Pearl. in store and
for sale by WM. G. HARRISON,
Ife 6 O'Donnell's wharf.
RAPPING PAPER-45 resiams, for sale by
W HENRY THOMPSON & SON.
fe6 P d
LAXSEED-12 casks Flaxseed,ot good quality,
fobr sale by G.M. ROBERTSON,
fes 2 d4t 50 South Gay st.
OLASSES-I10 tielces sup-r"'i ,i,, House
for sale low by G.M. R(IBI-'l _i"' ',
fe2 d4t 50 South Gay at.
ALTPETRE-Crude, oe good quality, receiv-
and for sale by GEO. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 South Gay street.
G IERIiAN SCt 'I Sons stamp, for iale by
ja 28 C, W. KARTHAUS. 9 Commerce st.
OURGLASS uGIN-Loopuyt's popular flour-
glass Gin, constantly on hand and for sale by
j2 98 C. W. KARTHAUS, 9 Commerce st.
7 EAS-VYoung Hyson and Gunpowder TEAS, in
..chests, half chests and boxes, for sale by
ja 25 d B.G. ETTI NG. 56 S. Gay st.
EESWAX, purlhased by
BE.DBIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ja 8 dtf Commerce st.
SOTII'ON-100 oales prime new crop Georgia
COTTON, for sale by WM. A. MIOALE,
le 8 Bowly's whiarf.
SLOVERSEED-50 bushels prime,free oi ripple
Sfor sale by KERNAN & STILLINGER,
te 8 No. 17 Spear's wharl.
IGS1.-400 drums Smyrna, of the best quality,-
landingfor sale by J. CROSBY,
fe 8 P Commerce st.
N ORLEANS MOLA T.S. -30tiercesprime
i N. 0. MCLA'aS.'-I.a..,..ad f-r al. hy
fe8 _'l. \I!K & KElI.L .;t.
ICE-42 tierees prime q quality RICE, for sal tfy
% R LAMBERT G1TTINGS,
Ie 8 Exchange Place.
1iC E. 'ni-i- -r'! l 6- 1 h tjiill L. "i.io-
ble for irtilir.i;, for sale by
fe 8 %' 1 A. MOALE, 95 Bowly's wharf.
SUPERFINE FLOUR.-100 bbils Extra in
store and lor sale by C. D. H I NKS & CO.
fe 8 3 Spear's wharf.
ACK SALT-250 sack' Fine SALT, at low
prices. Forsaleby G.B. WILSON& CO.
fe 8 P Charles sit. opposite R. R. Depot.
UT'TKER-A prime article in firkins and kegs,
just received and for sale by
C. D. HINKS & CO.
fe 8 3 Spear's wharf.
SliOVERSEED--Cloverseed o1 prime quality,
'for sale by G. B. WILSON & CO.
Charles st. opposite Rail Road Depot.
fe 8 P d6t?
F AMI LY FLOUR-A trieshi Suiipply o Landis'
And Welch's celebrated brands,juqt received and
for sale by C. D. HINKS & CO.
es 8 3 Slpear's wharf.
^'-Uirt KAGS--I, Ti, 1\7., 1jrg-"- ',. u7ut,
x ny BAGS, for sale by
LAMBERT GIrTINGS,
fe 8 6t Exchanc Ptlace.
OWARD nTRKEEi T leLOUR--w400 bbls-
superfine in prime order, for sale by
G. B. W1LSON & CO. Charles st.,
fae d6t? P Opposite Rail Road Depot.
SA RD-Lard in firkins, a superior article just re-
Sceived and for sale by
C. D. THINKS &k CO.
fe 8 ______ _____ 3 Spear's wharf.
INSEED OL--2000 gallons Et.glish Linseed
SOIL in casks, warranted pure.
BROWN t WILSON,
fe8 d No 52 South Fred'k. st.
'ESS PORK AN i Ni .L %" Ni-.i-.
in. PORK, and retailing MOLASSES, for sale by
Q. B. WILSON & CO., Charles street,
fe 8 Cif P opposi e Ri ?Rnad Depot.
SORT WINE-35 4r. caks sup. Port WINE,
Sanderman's double and treble r ,t'. I.,. ,,, lor
sale by LAMBERT II 1I IIMi',.
fe 8 6t Exchange Place.
HENISH WINES-140 cases sup.oll Rihen-
isis WINES, Hockheimer and Neirsteiner, lor
sale by LAMBERT GITI'INGS,
fe 8 6t Exchange P. ace.
ROCHESTER FAMILY FLOURK. -100
Sbbls. White Rochester FLOUR for families, for
sale by G. B. WILSON & CO Charles St.,
fe 8 do; P O .p...ii- .il I%.,.i f -i n".
i'ER IUV' -WI N 'l-.i- ,t*ari "'. .,... .,ai
S h elt e F \% I N L [N ,-l o / L I , ,l l ,i - 1 i- b v
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 8 4t Exchange Place.
f. UAYAQUIL HATt'-2 Bales, assorted qual-
^. ities, received per Serene, and entitled to deben-
ture, tor sale by GEORGE & YATES,
ja 30 dIOt No. 12 German st.
COTTON YARNS & CANDLE WICK.-
A constant supply, fresh from the Factory, will
always be found by applying to
te3 d P HENRY "1 tli)\l P-n ,i & SON.
A FRICAN PEA NUTS.--280 bushels Fresh
African Ground Nuts, fur sale in lots to suit pur-
chasers by G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
M OLASSES-17 uhds. prime quality Trinidad,
suitable for retailing, received and for sale by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 5d4t O50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
l ACE-In casks and kegs, ol superior quality,
1LY1 for sale in lots to suit purchasers by
GEO. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 S. Gay st.
P ORR' WINE-7 qr. casks superior quality, tor
sale low to close, by
GEe. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 d4t 50 South Gay street.
W RAPPING PAPER-200 reams, suitable
for Grocers, for sale very low by
GEORGE M. ROBERTSON,
fe 2 50 S. Gay at.
BOLTING CLOTHS-A lull supply of this
article from the best and most approved fabric,
for sale by C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 28 9 Commerce et.
P ERNAMBUUo SUGAR..--0() bbls. aii 700
bags Pernambuco White SUGARS, of prime
quality, for sale by B.G. ETTING,
ja 27 d 36 S. Gay st.


UtOO BARREL FAMILY FLOUR, in
1003 store and for sale by
HAZI./lHL'K- Fr V. %LTER,
is25 d I .....ii:e st. wharf.
ISGALIA AND HAVANA SEGARS-
14 m Regalias, and 30,000 Havana SEGARS,Ca.
ones, &c. entitled to debenture, I'. .1 l,
G. hLEi, l' IN.
fe 2 d4t 50 South Gay st. next to Prtt.
PERNAMBUCO SUGAR-
400 bbls. ( Pernambuco new crop White SU-
900 bags $GAR. Cargo of schr. Juslna, re-
presented to be of superior quality-just received and
or sale by EDWIN ROBINSON.
fe 3 42 Commerce street.
1 HHDS. SUPERIOR WHISKEY
U P* 50 barrels do do
20 do Old M iIonil-li do
100 do Supeil.- ll-.'1'_ 1, just received
and for sale by CHARLES TOUCEY,
ja 29 121 North Howard st.
GUNPOWDER, IMI'PERIAL & VOU7'G
HYSON of the finest quality, at the old prices
Fmilies would do welt to supply themselves as.
an advance in price must soon take place."
H. POLLOCK,
ja 28 10 Balt. st. near Bridge.
MEETINGS & DIAPERS-The sub-cri-
ber has on hanx a choice assortment of LINEN
SHEETINGS, I to 3 yds. wide. some very superior
qualily Also, Table DI \I Ii 1'< and Satin Damask
Table CLOTHS all sizes; with a good assortment of
Table Napkins and Towels, all ot which will be sold
low and old Franklir iaik.:n i. i,, ,iiin.
JOSHUA R't IV I OiN .7 i Himore st,
ja 28 P I door above Tripolets' alley.
CABINET iPURNITURI.-Matae to order
at the shortest notice at Ware Room on Fayette
street, near Gay street.
IN STORE.
Superior SIIFAS. and Mahogany CHAIRS,
Veniliun 1B t.I N DS, and oI I I 'IM ; N ',
BED.tTEAIDS. COTS, BED SOFAS, &c.
Orders executed promptly by
jy 281 HY. S. SHRYROCK, Agent.
BALTIMORE FINE AND FANCY SOAP
MANUFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Holliday and North.
J RANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
hand and for sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in lb k I Ib lumps
Shipping and Retailing SOAP, also,
Fancy SOAPS, of every description.
oc 11 dtf


ONES' AND HARMAN'S AMERICAN
LUSTRE, for cleaning Grates and Stoves.
H. POLLOCK,
fe6 __ 10 Baltimore st. near the Bridge.
J qIlILs s )'.' OLITi|IIG lFLUItD fOR
CLEANING BRASS, the best article for the
purpose in the country. H. POLLOCK,
fe 6 10 Baltimore st. near Bridge.
WESTERN BACON.-Bacon hog round, in
store and for sale by
C. D. HINKS & CO.
fe 8 3 Spear's wharf.
4 O PIECES IIt .sIN ".lU I t.-.ii -'i,, IL- lT.
4 DERS, of prime Corn fed BACON, in
store and for sale by
f e8 MEIXSEL tSTONEBRAKER,
P IG & BAR IRON-
50 tons Foundry PIGS
20 tons assorted Hammered BAR IRON-For
sale by G. B. WILSON & CO. Chas. st.
fe 8 dif6t P opposite Rail Road Depot.
AMP OIL, & CANDLES-
S 500 galls Winter Sperm Oil
1000 do no Whale io-bleached
20 boxes Sperm Candles-received and for sale
by WM. & GEO. M'LEAN,
fe 8 P Lombard near Light st.
I EKRINGS-450 bts. Potomac Herrings, in-
spected late in year 1840, and will be sold at a
great bargain to close sales by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
Commission Merchant,
fe 8 P Lombard near Light at.
AVANA SUGAR-
136 boxes white Havana SUGAR
138 do yellow do. Remaining of
schooner Hope's cargo, for sale by
LAMBERT GITIlNGS,
fe 8 6t Exchange Place'.
91LOVIES.-2 cases Men's and Women's Paris
GLOVES, embracing a variety of styles and pri-
ces. Just received at private sale by
HOFFMANS & CO.
fe 5 5 North Charles st.
T'ARCH AND SOAP
12 bbls. Colgate's S TA RCH Now landing and
50 boxes do SOAP t for sale by
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
fe 5 d6t 68 South st., S. of Pratt.
IM E. LIME, LIME.-An agency for the sale
.l I. a,,. is established at No. 22 Cheapside. Or-
ders will be filled from the Glen Ellen and Cool
Spring, York Road Kilns.at the shortest notice.
ati 20 CSP HENRY N. WILI.S, Agent.
CHOICE HAVANA AND PRINCIPLE SE-
GARS.
SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
the Bridge, has in store and for sale on moder-
ate terms, a choice a-..f ,..ml.lr.. -a.- ..truent offinest
quality Havana and Prr.ci..- ( li; M I(. ja29
PHYSICIANS
HO may have occasion to prescribe SARSAP-
ARILLA may depend upon the SYRUP and
FLUID EXTRACT prepared by
G. W. ANDREWS, Chemist,
ja 27 No. 3 Baltimore st. near the Bridge.
BLACK IT1ALIAN SILK CRAVATS
ORSEY & NELSON have received a lot of
38 in. Black Italian SILK CRAVATS, a very
superior article. Gentlemen in want of a first rate
article can be ecommodated by 1.,h .i at No. 13 Bal-
timore street, 3d door West of ._ i. I i- Space.
ja 29
RAN1Y, &C.--
"A. Seignette" brand, pipes, balf & qr. casks
"'Olard, Dupuy & Co." and "J. Hennessy's"
brands
White BRANDY 5th Proof.
Holland GIN, Strawberry brand
Champagne WINE, Orange brand. For sale by
ja22 J. M. SLAUGHTER, Bowly',_wharf.
S OLLAND GiN .-LANDING THIS DAY
S entitled t.,.1 .,t.r.. p-r GENERAL HAR-
RISON, from 111 I I.HlI'i \ M-
l PIPES HOLL4ND GIN, of the cele-
10 ibrated "VINE LEAF" brand, for sale by
THOSE. B. ADAIR,
fe 4 4teo4t Commerce st.
IS I IN' 41 11i1P ', A.% .-- %% I-,. he r, h ,h.11t1,l
are manufacturing at our Walk, FISHING
ROPE of the best Russia Hemp, and of all sizes,
which we warrant to be a ,irr i.. ,im' Ilr. also Gangs
of Rigging made to order, .. I|'-.1 i'",i>,r-. Apply
to JOHN tLiuli"h'WiN & CO.
ja 13 Ship Chandlers, c.. 71 Pratt shtiet.
flOUIrGLASS GIN.-T'I'ne subscriber, sole a-
S gent in this city hor the sale of this popular and
excellent flavored GIN, has lately received per differ-
ent arrivals from Rotterdam, a prime lot offilty pipes,
which is offered to the trade as a superior article.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 9 No. 9 Commerce st.
ICKLib1, &c.-Underwooo's superior PICK-
LES, Mushroom, Walnut and Tomato Catsup;
Fish and meat Sauces; Mlustard; Cayenne Pepper,
&c. a flesh supply just received and for sale by
EI)WARDS&C0 filit.
7 North Charles street,
us..2 I'"' -= Iri.*,h [lai,1
(LO 'll .% A 1 L A .U 1 I 1- i, t.s.a~
T H E ued'.r-igp'd ihive on hand an assortment of
superior I t.if'l', f. CASSIMERES whicl i.,,
will sell at unusually low prices. Ladies wishing CU't r.;
for Cloaks, would do well to call and see as they can
be purchased at nett cost, from
W. W. LITTEIL& CO.
ja 6s_______No. 51 Baltimore st.
ELLOWS MANUFACTORY.-We have
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. Apply to
J. K. STAPLETON & SON,
258 Baltimore st,
to- Bellows of all description repaired, de 9
&HAKERS' Ii' lt S 1 .--I. -t..itl.- i.,s
S been approinftd Aa',nt, for this City, for the sale
of'SHAKRE.l,' HfLI;t', putupby 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,
i ja 18 Druggist No. 170 Baltimtore street.
TEA N EiNrN *". (' 'Tl il ---LL..
T HE UNDERSIGNED I. ,1 i ,,..- ,p-.. r.l..I
agents lor the sale of J. t c t. I 'r.,, I,'. .-.b. -
ted Ale from Gi.4... , beg leave to state that they
have on hand ..t i ,il always keep a large supply, in
quarts and pints-which will be sold as low as it can
he purchased in New York. or any other market.
ja 27 d P HENRY THOMPSON &SON.
. .... .ll. n ii...... .. .*ll n.. .." .iJ . .i ii i-- _
.iVl oi ,M M 'i Kld.R i, ![,r. |,..i., t...itJ.j la..,ii...i l
Harrison from iul.i. m.l,, '.r ti- by
FRED. B. GRAF,
No. 33 South Gay street.
IN STORE-10 casks low priced MADDER
35 pipes high flavoured Holland Gin
"Grape" brand
2 cases superior Holland Sail Duck
50 boxes (1 gross each) Harlem OIL
5 boxes assorted Dutch CORDIALS
of direct importation. ja 28
POKK, BACUN ANy LAUD-
125 barrels new Prime Pork
32 do do Mess do
25,000 pounds Baltimore Smoked Shoulders and
Middlint and Bacon
16,000 pounds il,,ii,,r..- cured Sides
105 barrels No. 1 Lard
450 kegs No. I do. in handsome shipping
order. For sale by
ROBERT GARRETT & SONS,
te 4 P 32 N. Howard street.
DOMESTIC GOODS, &c.
BLEACHED & BROWN DOMESTICS,
of all qualities, by the package, bale orpieceat
the very lowest prices.
ALSO,
English, French and American PRINTS, fine and
common, with a general assortment of SEAS)NA.
BLE GOODS-all of which wull be sold as low they
can be boued in the city. Call on
B. H. RICHARDSON,
165 and 173 Baltimore st.,
ja 22 SRPi near Charles.
NEW BACON AND LARD.
6 n n .kt [ LBS FREDERICK CO.
5uuWV BACON-Hog round
3000 JOLES
100 kegs No. 1 LEAF LARD
20 barrels No. I >o


The quality of this Bacon is superior to any I have
had for some years-the salter has btei 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 tbr sale by
WILLIAM ALLEN,
ja 13 No. 123 N. Howard st. near Franklin st.
I.LOV reS, &c.-
l Men's Cultid Woolen Gloves
do Lined Cotton do
do do Beaver do
do Buckskin do
do White and Col'd Berlin do
do Buckskin Mits
Boy's Cuffed Wollen Gloves
Women', Lined Beaver do
do Unlined do tdo
do White and Col'd Kid do
do do & do Cotton do
For sale at No. 229 Baltimore street.
de 31 ISAIAH KROESEN & CO.
PRINTING PAPERS.
H MEETEER off-rs for sale at Warehouse No.
S* 36 South Chatles street-
PRINTING PAPER, 19 x24
Do 20 x 245
I)o 21 x28
I)o 22i x 321
Do 24 x 28A
Do 24 x 34
Do 24 x 36
Do 272 x37x
Do 28 x38
Do 23 x.;i
Do 23 x .
Do 24 X i
Com'upr,-i a a aood assortment from course to super-
fine, allot r %%men are now offered lor sale low to close
lots. j______ 6 eo
B OOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, AND
BONNETS--On consignment, lorsale at man-
utacturers prices by the package only
The subscribers have in store by late arrivals:
200 cases i.-h;i.-. and seal welt and pump sole
B-i 1 i pea'd
150 Kipweltl1 B-i'tI 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 zenpral assortment of mens
women's and cTiil.Jr.u'i SHOES
-ALSO-
150 Palm HOODS
100 Florence 7-11 and Devon Braid Bonnets
50 low priced Tuscans, to close an invoice
100 Palm HATS assorted qualities
60 Fur and Russia HATS "
20 Wool do
MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
fe 3 eo3m No. 23 South Charles at.


0O BBLS. & 18 KEGS NO. 1 LARD,
0 superior article, in store and for sale by
PETER ZELL,
fe 4 4t N. Howard street, No. 118,
AMERICAN PRINTS-150 cases, from vari.-
ous Print Works, of new and approved styles,
some very choice, for sale by
GEORGE t YATES,
ja 28 dl0t No. 12 German st.
WIIITE WHEAT FAMILY FLOUR.-
50 bbls superior White Wheat Family Flour,
in store and for sale by
BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
fe 4 No. 69 Pratt st. near Howard.
( BASKETS CHAMPAGNE, ot the old
t5 established and justly celebrated Anchor
brand, of which wine we always have a supply, for
sale upon liberal credit by the regular agents.
HYATT & STUMP,
fe 4 58 South st.


BEEF AND PORK-
400 barrels Mess BEEF
300 do No.1 do (
250 do PrIre do Baltimore Packed.-
200 do Mess PORK For sale by
te4 dlw VAN BRUNT &. ADAMS.
ARDWAARE-Just received cases five Andi-
rons and Shovels and Tongs, assorted patterns,
also 18 pair of Hooks,a transient consignment which
will be sold low to close invoice.
MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
fe 5 d2w P 23 South Charles st.
K ENTUCKY TOBACCO-31 hhds. Ken-
tucky Leaf TOBACCO, the principal part of
superior quality, will be landed to-day from ship
Cherokee, from New Orleans. and for sole by
JOHN THEODORE KALL,
ja 27 d2w -No. 7Commerce street.
B BLANKETS & FLANNELS.-Iam selling
off my stock of BLANKETS and FLANNELS
ait reduced prices. Families and individuals who may
want, will consult their interest by calling early.
JOHN A. ROCHE,
fe 5 No. 52 Hanover st.
LANKETS-The subscribers have on hand a
B lot of 11-4 and 12-4 Rose and Whitney BLAN-
KETIS, which they will sell at reduced prices. Also,
a few pair of of 12-4 American Blankets of extra
quality, much finer than the best Whitney Blankets.
SANGSTON, WHITELEY& CO.
de 18 dtf P No. 175 Baltimore street.
K _i..NLt i Iil LIN IS I \,TllIIi' HDKF.
do Batiste Linen CAMBRICS
do Cambric LAWNS
do Hemstitched Linen Cambric Hdkfs.
Just received at private Sale
fe 6 HENRY BEADEL t CO.
U bf b KEGS NO. 1 WESTERN LA RD
B0u 5 50 2 &3 do BUTTER
5UO lbs. FEATHERS
200 Country SOAP, For sale hv
WYLIE & WILSON.
fe 5 _278 Baltimore st.
ACON-
2000 SIDES Baltimore cured ofsupe-
2000 SHOULDERS ior quality, for sale by
VAN BRUNT& ADAMS,
Lexington street, opposite the
fe 4 d.w Market House.
SOSS & GARROTT, HOLLINGSWORTH ST.
are daily receiving from Freckerick and Wash-
ineton Counties, WHITE WHEAT FAMILY and
EXTRA FLOUR, of superior quality and of long es-
tablished brands; which Ihey offer by dray load or
single bbls. with privilege of being returned-free of
drayage-if not such as represented.
fe5
4MMYRNA FIGS-
S200 drums London selected extra Eleme Smyrna
FIGS, put up for particular family use
250 drums London selected Eleme Smyrna FIGS
2700 drums superior Londoi Market, selected to
good Smyrna Figs of various qualities and
prices, received from Smvrna via Boston, for
sale by LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 6 6t Exchange Place.
-- CASSAtD& SON, 67 CALVERT ST.
G o have ready and offer for sale
20,000 Ibs. HAMS
20,0oo0 Ibs. SHOULDERS
20,000 lbs. SIDES
300 kegs No. I LARD
70 bbls do do
20 do MESS PORK
10 do Rump fe 5
i-'l-'l.1.~,~IIut. 3, LI,1IGO &, LIGN-Mi-
VITAE-
679 bags prime Green La Guayra COFFEE
782 Laguayra Hides
84 seroons Caracas F. INDIGO
13 tons Lignumvitae-cargo brig Reaper, from
La Guayra-landing andt for sale by
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
fe 4 P d8t No. 4 Commerce at,
l idtf DOZ. assorted Cordial,,surerior to any
1 00.imported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kemmel
5 do Wire Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
_ITl- i \ r u- ~( t( o --N . ~- i'-.J I i,.- ..,rt
G rec'd.
Colored Canton Flannels
Dark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWILS, large size
Low priced Blue CLOTHS
Plaid Linseys; Furniture CHINTZES
-Also on hand-
Heavy Tickings; Brown DRILLS
Canvass PaddingsE, Burlaps, all of which they
offer for sale. de 5 P
ACIIAh2 e & KUSTER, No. 26 S. CHARLES
SSTREET,-Importers of GERMAN GOOUS-
Have received by the latest arrivals from Bremen,
and offer for sale,
Cotton Hose and t hose-White, Black and Mixed,
60 bales Burlaps-Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4-assorted bales
6 cases Tecklenburgs
7 Sail Duck-I case superior Scissors
-ALSO-
3 PIANOS-Rosewood-by Irmler
10 Pipes superior Gin. d2w [fe 1
W M. HOWELL & SON offer for sale-
500 boxes Brown CUBA SUGAR,from Ma-
180 dto White 5 tanzas and Trindad,
85 scroons Snanisti INDIGO
100 bales N. 0. COTTON
437 bags St. Domingo COFFEE
412 Indian bbls,, GAOCIN WINE
30 qr casks
125 tons Jamaica Logwood
40 do St. Domingo do
450 bags Jamaica PIMENTO
FUSTIC, kc. &c. &c. fe.6 P
D AN'L. BIXLER & CO'-Have on hand and
S 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 Rappee, 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.
100,000 Amierican 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
.-ILANDLES, GLUE, SANDUPAPER, NAILS
&c.-200 boxes Jackson's Mould CANDLES
6000 Ibs. GLUE, of good quality
275 reams SANDPAPER
300 kegs best Eastern Nails
9 bales new HOPS
CO bbohxes CIoates STARCH
63 boxes FIG BLUE
150 do Bakers and Laphams No. I Chocola e
20 do Homepathic and spiced do
30 do Bakers prepared COCOA
500 reams Wrapping )
100 bundles S. Leaf l
190 reams Imp'l. and Medium [.PAPER. For
80 bundles B. Box | sale by
25 do Sheathing I
50 reams Tea J
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 68 South st. near Pratt.
RICH FANCY GOODS AND RIBBONS
e TOLDRIDGE, has returned from N. York
"r. ,1, ,s itb a uill assortment of rich Fash-
ionable 'hi Ni.'t (,ii i l'.', which he respectfully
invites the ladies to nl ,..I examine as being the
most splendid selection of Fancy Goods opened this
season, consisting in part of the hollowing, viz ;
French velvet MANTILLAS, colored and black
Do. satin do new style
Embroidered Velvet POINTS for the neck
ZEPHYR SCARFS
Embroi'ah, Algerine LAPPETS, for the head
Do. Velvet BAGS-gold Fringe
RACHEL NETT CAPS
CHENELE ZEPHERINES
BONNET SILKS, in great variety
Ct ,[,:.r.,',l D.,-r, BOAS
dll ,ut '...t '.i-rn.- M1 ITTS, all colours
FRENCH FLOWERS


Plaid SILKS asd SCARFS
Long Fella MITTS, white and black
Paris embroidered CAPES and COLLARS
Gloves, Laces, Blonds, Feathers, Crapes, Silks, &c.
i,., ii,-r with a lull assortment of the latest style of
Ribt,,.i-.. Wholesale and retail. 123 Baltimore street.
no 24
AUGUSTIN CROY EAU'S
ORNAMENTAL HAIR MANUFACTORY,
149 Baltimntore st. ab-re Li..t-t ht
T7 HE SUBSCRIBER i--itr- _iu11 informs the
ULadies and Gentlemen of this city, that he has
just arrived from New York, where he had been for
several days, lor the purpose of getting his new in-
voice of Goods, just arrived from France, by the last
.rrnirl..,....: whichc h will hbe found the most new and
laI,,t adl.t.. lF N CY ARTICLES-Such as beautiful
neck and head JET ORNAMENTS,GILT PINS for
the Head, a new style of VELVET HEAD DRESS-
ES, PEARL GIRDLES and other Pearl Ornaments.
Also a very large assortment of PERFUMERY,sucbh
as the most pleasant and fashionable scents; milk of
Roses, Cream of ALMONDS and ROMAN KALY-
DOR for the complexion; Macassar, Bears, Antique,
Coralie and Indian HAIR OILS, Toilet SOAPS, and
BANDOLINE, fobrismoothing the Hair. An assort-
ment of Hair, tooth, nail and shaving BRUSHES,
Buffalo, Horn, Dressing and Twist COMBS and
others. Also PURSES, POCKET BOOKS, ELAS-
TICS, WATCH GUARDS, Children's LEATHER
BELTS, &c. &c.
WIGS and TOUPEES ready made, and made to
order.as well as all kinds of ORNAMENTAL HAIR
WORK, wholesale and retail.
AUGUSTIN CROYEAU,
Patent Spring Wig Maker
And agent for V. Clirehugh's celebrated Tricopher-
ous, ja 29


TURNER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE
PAPER DEALERS.
No. 2 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
HAVE FOR SALE.
5-00 REAMS Fine Medium Printing Pa-
per.
300 do .iip- ihie do do do
150 do .M. .i,,. and ahalf do do
10O0 do News Paper, various sizes do
300 do Colored Medium do
100 do do Cover do
2500 do Ruied and Plai Letter do
2000 do do and Cap do
500 do Flat ito do
200 do Fine Writing
100 do Medium do
50 do Royal aund Superoyal
Binders Boards,' Band Box do. Trunk ldo. Straw do.
Press Paper, Hardware, Grocers and Cloth Paper,
Russia Skins. C ja 16
FRESH FRUIT.
00 BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
0 100 Bloom do
100 Cluster do
200 2 Bnncs do
100 do
100 bushels GROUND NUTS
10 bags WALNUTS
10 FILBERTS
5 PALM NUTS
10 mats Ivica ALMONDS
50 dozen Lemon SYRUP
25 kegs Malaga GRAPES
50,000 superior SEGARS, of different brands.
ALSO-All kinds of CANDY manufactured and
put up, for sale low by
WM. LANAHAN & CO.
165 Baltimore st., 4th door
fe 2 6t east of Charles st.
UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
T 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 purchasing >'.[-,.r,r,: in part of
Silk and Worsted 1'A M \ 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 1 Ilw No. 104 Baltimore st.
AO DAMAGED GOODs.
S5 DOZEN WHITE, BLACK AND
15 l9MIX'D COTTON HOSE
750 yards Irish I I-N L' ,.. -ilrerior finish
I case lowpric-. Mtli.Nl I N DELAINE
200 peices Thread EDGINGS and LACES
Plaid, Figured and striped Swiss MUSLINS
Superior New York Mill SHEETING-Just re-
ceived and for sale at very reduced prices, by
B. C. WRIGHT,
No. 151 Baltimore street.
O' Franklin Bank and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Notes taken in exchange for Goods.
fe 4 S 3teo
FRESH IMPORTED CLOTHS, CASI-
MERES & VESTINGS.
R McELDOWNEY & CO. have received
an extensive assortment of the above GOODS,
among which are-
CLOTHS-Wool black, blue, dahlia, green, brown,
drab, Oxford mixed, and all other fancy colours.
CASSIMERES-Wool bl'k. Doeskin, plain wool
black, blue, drab, Oxford mix'd, with a great variety
of the newest and latest lancy Cassimeres, that have
been imported this season.
VESTINGS-Merino, Thibet, Silk, plain and fig'd
Satin, Cashmere, Cashmerette, Valencia and Swans-
down.
BEAVER CLOTHS-Wool bik, blue, green, drab,
brown and claret, of every quality.
PILOT CLOTHS of every colour.
Silk, Worsted and Imperial Skirt LINING
Silk and Worsted Coat BINDING
Silk Twist and Coat CORD.
BUTTONS.-English Brocade, Satin, Velvet, Las-
ting and Gilt; Linen Canvass andl Red Padding. The
above goods will be offered on the most reasonable
terms at No. 97 Baltimore st.,
se 10 between South and Calvert sts
~ AN-TI II -'itC ITr COAL.
HE subscriber has taken great pains this season
to procure the best varieties of Coal now mined
in Pennsylvania, suitable for domestic or manufactuS
ring purposes, viz.
PANTHER HEAD RED ASHES
MAMMOTH VEIN GkEY ASH
These two kinds he recommends for parlor and small
grates, as they ignite easily, burn very lheely and can
be easily adapted to the temperature of the weather,
pric-. 77..o per tou, broken and screened
I \ k I N-' VALLEY, RED ASH-A very free bur-
ning coal, price $7.50.
COAL BROOK, WHITE ASH.from the Baltimore
Co's. mine, Wyoming Valley, and the BROAD
MOUNTAIN, WHITE ASH,from Pottsville. These
two kinds are suitable for stoves, furnaces and large
palI.-r h r.A t ..f ood draught-price $7.50.
H \M I1PKIN, WH ITE ASH .-Burns more freely
than the two preceding, anc suitable for stoves with
iron cylinders and pr.,l-. which have the bars near to
each other. Price r', Io.
se25 THOSE. SYMINGTON.
BRUSH & BELLOWS FACTORY.
J K STAPLETON & SON-No. 268
BALTIMORE STREET, (near Howard st.)
Have in Store the following articles, which they offer
very low for cash and on the usual credit to town or
Country Merchants.
Sweeping bI 1.1 %* l IfS. Nn .;.3,5 and 6,
Chamber ilhi l a ',, izs (very superior,)
Mill Broom- .n.h I r,,-lI .z BRUSHES, assorted sizes,
Scrubbing Bil I .'HI.', 6,7, 8, 10 and 12 rows.
CLAMPS, 6,7,8, 10 and 12 do.
Shoe Brushes, common size, middle and cov'd. backs,
Hatters lfI 1lI-.' .-...ii-l.
Tanners. BI .ri I..'.. i,.1 iScouring BRUSHES,
Weavers Brushes, Horse BRUSHES, all sorts,
White wash 4, 5, 6,8. 10 and 12 knotts,
Painters Brushes and Sash Tools, all sizes and quality5
Cloth BRUSHES, plain and fancy,all descriptions.
Head Tooth and Nail BRUSHES, assorted
.a,i.;nr, B 1iUSHES, o f every description,
Bl.1-l;n .iltt'BELLOWS, all sizes, warranted to the
purchaser, and at reducedprices.
Braziers' and Jewellers BELLOWS, ja 29
TO DENTISTS.
0l 000 STOCKTON'S PREMI-
1 00 UM PORCELAIN TEETH,
comprising an assortment of every shape and colour,
Pivot,Plate and Molars. Stockton's TEETH are used
by all the respectable dentists in this City and cannot
be surpassed, they are preferred for their very natu-
ral appearance and stand the blow pipe better than
those of any other manufacture. For sale Wholesale
and Retail by P. S. CHAPPELL,
No. 170 Baltimore street.
Refer to Dr. Harris, ) Surgeon Dentists of the Ci-
Dr. Laroque, 5. ty, for the quality of Stock-
Dr. E. Noyess, ton's Teeth.
j 12 dif


LAFFAN & REDMOND.
NO. 56 PINE STREET, NEW YORK,
Have received by recent arrivals and offer for sale.
dK CASES new styles Manchester PRINTS
9 20 London,some extra Rich do
20 Black and white do
10 bl'k, lav .and wtite &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 Printed 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 6-4 Red PADDINGS
10 cases Cotton and Worsted and silk & wool
Summer CLOTHS
10 do Coloured SILESIAS
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 Bleached Irish LINEN, from low
priced to ex. superfine, ija 6 2aw3m


a share of public favour.
All business confided to them will receive prompt
attention, and every facility granted to their friends.
References:
Messrs. Jas. Cheston & Son, Baltimore.
John Bradford, Esq'r. do
Hugh Jenkins, Esq'r. do
James Hepburn, Esq'r. do
Christian Haldeman, Esq'r. Columbia.
Jacob M. Haldeman, Esq'r. Harrisburg.
Thomas Elder, Esq'r.Harrisburg.
W. Patton, Esq. cash. Far. Mec. Bank, Phila.
W. D. Lewis, Esq. Girard
Wm. S. Smith, Esq. "
G. W. Lyman, Esq'r. Boston,
Baltimore. Jan. 1, 1841.
AGUE & FEVEk.
DR. 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,
no09 Druggist., No. 170 Baltimore at.


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FRESH SPRING GOODS.
W E have jut-t re.iv. tihe I,-Illowing SPRING
GOODS. a tn.i-h ae ,.lf. r .r, our usual terms,
,BIll ISH GttIDtjS-
Prints, new style light and colored
do Black and white, blk. and dove
Bishop LA WNS
Cambric MUSLINS,5-4 and 6-4 Jones'finish
Jaconet do 64
GINGHAMS; black andlavender
Mouselin de LAINES, British
GAMBhOONS, Prince Albert, and Insertings
LAWNS, 9-8 supersingleand two col'd, blk. and layv.
QUILTINGS, super printed; Lawns, 3 col. Thesian
JACONETS, 9-8 white ground; do, col'd ground
Printed Silk and Cotton HDKFS
Mouseline de Laine DRESSES
FOULARDS, col'd. printed: silk and worsted
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES, various descriptions
CORDS and Beaverteens
Pins. Bindings and Tapes
Victoria Spool COTTON; THREAD
Cotton DRAWERS
LINEN GOODS.
4-4 Irish Linens of various qualities
58,3-4 and 7-8 L.)r. LA,\\ NS
Linen cambric II 'U F2-; ir1;1,ly Sheetings
Brown Hollandl-, .ia,c lillhin,.; Brown LINEN
DRILLS; Barnsly do.
Diaper Cloths; French GOODS
Rich black Satin VESTING
Super blue and jet black GRO DE SWISSE
White Marceline and Florences; rich fig'd CRAVATS
French Prints and Jaconet M I I LI N"'
Gum Elastic Braces, GAITERS and Wristlets
BIk Gros de Rhine Cravats: black Silk SERGE
Black Silk Cravats, 32and 34 inch
Fancy plaid and Cap itlI[Bi)N.',
BIk filet gloves and M IT I'N
Plain and fig'd Mouselin de Laines; second MOURN-
ING, do.
Linen Cambric HDKFS
Green BAIZE, blk and blae blk Bombazines
Blue black NI.,-, ,l- Laines
Satin Stripe HA LI.Y
Extra super blit Drap D'ete
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
fes 4 12 South Charles st.
OELRICHS& LURMAN,
NO. 31 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
IMPORTERS OF qERMAN AND BRIT-
ISH GOODS, have received by late arrivals, and
offer for sale'orn I ...i.t,.l. terms,
BURLAP;--Nr. I, 3. 3, 4 and 0.
6-4 Brown I.IN\ENS, (assorted from No. I to 5.
or Silesias I do do 60 to 100
6-4 Creas a la Morlaix
6-4 Fi[ at,.'., i. iig
Lin-, i.' il Ii'I_', red.and blue
White Tecklentburg LINENS
Flaxen BURLAPS-No. 1, 2,3
German Browun ROLLS
1 and 4-4 Irish LINENS
26 inch Poinser Long CLOTH
Twilled SILESIAS
Damask and Diaper Linen, Tabling 6-4 24-4
Do NAI'KIN%. ;. 6-4
10-4 Brown i.t.r,, abe COVERS
Linen TICKING, 63 inches wide
do do j and I yard
Men's, woman's iat, ,'li.iren's white and black
Cotton HOSE ai,.J "-i-'k
Schleicher's genuine German PINS, No. 5
6 and 3 cord white, black and coloured SPOOL
COTTON
Linen andl Cotton TAPE. ja 13
OLIVER'S WHARF.
T IHE 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, for which full city prices will be charged.
The above is a large and commodious Stone Wharf,
having 1100 feet waler 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. Apply at the office on
thie wharf, or to S. FENBY & BRO.
Corner Gay and Pratt streets.
The Ice Boats keep track open within a few yards
of the wharf, ja 2


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F'RENCH SPRING GOODS BY L.ATIJ
ARRIVALS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have received the fol-
lowing desirable assortment which will be sold
on reasonable terms-
BOMBAZINES-Black and blue black, reduced
prices, of the manufacture of Paturle, Luoin & 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.
('I)\T I'CiRDI-Various>qualities, styles & sizes,
I L.- l Ni.-' 'ol.-red 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 slyle fancy.
BRA CES-Gum Elastic, various qualities.
MOUSSELINE DE LAINE-Plain, black and
colored, all qualities-Paturle, Lupin t& Co's. fabric.
Also printed and embroidered new style, all prices.
CHALY'S-Superfine | and Iblackaand blue black.
LINEN CAM BRICS-A complete assortment in
papers and cartons; also, corded & hemstitched Hdkfs
and Lawns-low priced.
FILET GOODS-An extensive assortment of
Hdkfs, Shawls, Veils and piece goods-desirable
shades, sizes and prices. Also, imitation and real Fi-
let Gloves and lvlitts;-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, ehine, broche,
add mourning. Also, Nos. 2 and 9, assorted Satin
Ribbons.
SEWINGS-Drab Italian Sewings, super quality,
for cash.
SILK GOODS-22 and 36 inch super Gro de Rhines,
all qualities; blue black Poult de Sic; black and co-
lored Gros de Afriques; white, pink, blue and drab
glace Silks; Gros die Np.lri. a. Poultde Soles; Mar-
cellines and Florences; satin striped and figured Pe-
kins.
Also, a choice lot of new styles Dress Silks, of every
variety and kind, of chine, glace, broche and figured.
SATINS-White, pink, blue, black and mode co-
lors for dresses, bonnets and vestings.
( iLPES- N..-s. I, 36,45 and 50, Parisquality blk,
blue black and white Crepes; Crepe Lisse, and colors,
and Areophanes.
BELTINGS-Gros Grain and figured Beltings new
styles.
SHAWLS AND HDKFS.-An extensive assort-
ment of Bnrche Thibet Shawls and Hdkfs.; embroi-
dered and plain Thibet & Mousseline de Lains; plain,
figured and chine Silk Shawls, t&c.
BRITISH GOODS.
Saxony and Lama Cloths; Mousseline de Laines, in
dresses and pieces; new styles British Corah's; spun
silk Shawls; 5-4 and 7-4 Cord Bands, and Romalls,
The above goods are now open and ready for exam-
ination. BENKARD & HUT'TON,
ja 27 2awlmo? 53 Beaver st. New York.
G EORGE & 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-
bric 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
Check MUSLIN, spot and lace stripes
6-4 Cambric DIMITIES, ass'd qualities
Quilting PETTICOATS, &c.
GAMBROONS-Prince Albert, fancy Mixtures and
Imitation GAMBROONS
PRINTED QUILTINGS andti Valencia VESTINGS
SPOOL COTTON-Raworth's, 100, 200 & 300 yds.
Mitchell's, 290 yards.
400 pieces Wool bl'k, in green,brown, blue and Olive
superfine CLOTHS
100 pieces wool bl'k, blue and fancy Cassimeres.
ja 28 dlOt
G. B. 1HOI,'FMAN ez BROTHER.
3fAVV received per Puwhatan, Oxford and Pa-
-- trick Henry,
16 ff PACKAGES SPRING DRY-GOODS,
16 3 Consisting in part of
New Style, Light and Drab Manchester Prints,
Leopard and Chintz Figured Furniture do;
Victoria New Style Printed LAWNS
Satin Striped and Figured Colored MUSLINS
Rich three and Lhour colored Printed JACONETS
Melrose, Beyrout and French Printed LAWNS
Plain and 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 Fringed and hair corded CRAVATS;
Drab Genoa Cords; Black Cotton VELVETS;
Bleached and Unbleached Irish LINENS;
Embroidered Muslin Collats; Capes and Shawls;
Light style Printed Cotton SHAWLS;
Cotton Gloves; Imperial COUNTERPANES;
Victoria Robes; 3-4 and 6-4 RED PADDINGS;
Super Linen Thread; Fringed Linen TOWELS;
Barnsley 10-4a12-4 Sheetings; Birds Eye DIAPER;
Thibet emb'd Hdkfs ; printed Silk SHAWLS
Gauze Scarfs and Hdkfs; Muslin INSERTION, &c.
Ija 25 2w P
IIEABODY, RIGGS & CO., No. 7GERMAN
STRFET, have received per ship Powhatan
from Liverpool,
450 PACKAGES SPRING DRY GOODS
4 comprising the following articles, viz,-
Coi'd Clotlhs 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 j Black Verona Serges
Silk Warp do 5 Wellington & Genoa Cords
Marbled Doeskins-Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
Fancy Coi'd and Plain Brown Linen Drills.
French and Neapolitan Twills-9-8 Florentines
Coi'd Casbans--Bl'k and White Roli'd Jaconets
Printed Marseilles and Weltings, Gotha Plaids
3-4 & 6-4 Re- I',,.i.ll.-'
New Style I .m.y 'i y Bk. Col'd Prints
9-8 Printed Lawns and Jaconets
9-8 Superior Printed Muslins-Furniture Chintz
6-4 Jaconet and Cambric Muslins-Dyed Lawns
Black Tabby Velvets-Victoria Robes
Furniture and Cambric Dimities
Linen Cambric Hkfs-Cotton Bandannas
Printed Cotton Hkfs-Silk Roslyn Checks
Superior Light and dark, coi'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
SANDERSON ROBERT,
COMMISSIO0V MER CHANT,
NEW ORLEANS.
TlHE SUBSCRIBER has just established him-
self in New Orleans inthe COMMISSION BU-
SINESS, and is prepared
To receive consignments, and to make, if required,
advances on them;
To advance on Shipments designed for other mar-
kets, passing through his hands;
To puirshase every description of Produce and Mer-
chandise on ouder;
To collect Bills of Exchange, Notes, Drafts, toc.
and remit the proceeds-and will give special atten-
tion to the RECEIVING & FORWARDING BUSI-
NESS, pledging himself that nodelay shall arise on
shipments lo his address through any preference for
particular lines o1 vessels or steam boals,nor from any
other cause S. ROBERT,
Late of Philadellphia.
References-
Messrs Hopkins t. Bros. .1
Birckhead & Pearce, I
Clark & Kellogg, Baltimore.
Duvall, Keighler to Co. I
Talbot, Jones& Co. J
no 19 tuths3mif
--- CO-iARTNERSHIP.
AM'L. HAZLEHURST of this city, and
C WILLIAM T. WALTERS, ofHarrisburg, Pa.,
have this day associated themselves under the firm of
HAZLEHURST & WALTERS, for the purpose of
".,,,-,,cunr a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSI-
N L.', ..,r,. have taken a Warehouse on Commerce
street wharf, with the advantages of the Baltimore and
Ohio Rail Road, in front, and a water communication
in the rear. where the usual size bay vessels can dis-
charge with facility.
With these advantages and a strict attention to all
business entrusted to their care, they hope to merit


BIIILTI.IORE:::.TUJSS.V1J MJIRJVXIXG, FEBRURJRI 9, 1841.


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ERNESTA.HENNIGS & CO.
NO. 2251 BALTIMORE STREET,
HA VE RECEIVED per ships Clementine, and
Europe, and other late arrivals from Bremen,
which they offer for sale on liberal terms,
1 case blk and blue blk Velvet RIBBONS
1 do Taffeta do
1 do Hat Binding and Silk Corset LACES
2 do I'I N1l,-. newest patterns
2 do Cotton CANVASS
1 do Scarlet Cashmere, and do borders
4 do Cotton FRINGES
16 cartoons Thread LACES
2 cases Woolen HOSE, shirts and drawers
2 do ass'd Woolen BINDINGS
3 do Linen TAPES
l do Striped Cotton do
I do Boot CORDS,Cotton & Linen Corset Laces
3 do Zephyr Worsteds, ass'd colors
1 do Merino SHAWLS
ALSO.
3 casks Coffee MILLS, ass'd Nos.
2 do German LOCKS
I do do LATCHES
1 do do Braces and Compasses
2 boxes Curtain Poles, Rings and Ornaments
I do Knitting Pins and Fish Hooks
2 do Scissors on Cards, complete ass'd
2 do Halter and Dog CHAINS, assorted sizes
3 casks Lancaster & German LAMPS
10 cases Fancy Willow Baskets
1 Time PIECES
10 Kid and Jointed Dolls, all sizes
2 do German Accordions, 6 to 14 kegs
1 do Bone Suspender BUTTONS
2 do Flutes and VIOLINS, ass'd
8 casks MARBLES, all sizes
Together with a complete assortment ofTOYS,Shell
Ivory, Hornand Iron Combs, Pocket Books, Segar
Cases, Perfumery, Looking Glasses, Magnifying do,
Pins, Needles, Drums, Work, Toilet and Shaving
Boxes, Trumpets of Tin, Wood and brass, Guns and
Swords; Snuffboxes, Crayons and Pencils, smoking
Pipes. Canes and Whips, Magic Lanterns. Port Fo-
lios, Globes, China and Agate Marbles, Gamines aind
many others too numerous lo detail. Country mer-
chants and dealers are requested to give them a call.
ija 20


PASSAGE FROM IRELAND.
M Persons in this Country desirous of secur-
ing passage for their friends from Ireland, can
do so by applying to the subscriber, in first class shiips
to sail from Liverpool (or Baltimore every month in
the year. Terms liberal and acico]re:.,ii,r, ..
T"HIIIMA' ADL.ilR,
No. 6 Commerce street.
oI-Drafts for small sums of money for the accom-
modation of Passengersa can be procured as above.
ja30 dim P
flM FOR VALPARAISOAND A MAB-
KET-The coppered and copper fastened A.I
American barque LOUISA, James A. Hob.on, mas-
ter; will be despatched as above on or before the 1st
uf March. For freight or passage, having superior
accommodations, apply to
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
isja 29 P No. 31 South Charles st.
FOL BREMEN-The foine last sailing
A coppered and copper fastened Bremen ship
CLEivIENTINE, H. Gesselmann, master; will sail
for the above port on or before the 10th I-t, i-1 5.-
For freight, of small sil.w ig-. r.r rpa .'..,' apply to
A.-,HLTM.ACIHEER & CO.
isja 25 S. Charlesa street,
iB FOR KINGSTON. JAMAICA-The
I brig ALCENUS, Capt. Scofield; is now load-
ing and can take some small freight and accommo-
date a few passengers. Apply on board Frederick
st. dock, or to W. RHOADUS,
fe 5 d4t P 61 Smith's wharf.
au FOR BOSTON-Union and De-patch
bLine-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.
FOR BOSTON-Regular Line-The
packet brig VICTOR, Whipple, master, wiil
have despatch. For the bulk of 400 bris. apply to
fe I J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's whf.
_I FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Line-
The brig MARY STANTON, Capt. Beard;
will have despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja 29 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
,M FFOR HART FORD-The good schr.
at FRANCE TIRVON, o the rrul.ir Ii,,
Capt. J Norris; is now ready to taise irpia'i' t.... 1 ie
port. Applyto RUTHERFORD &i H l; R L 1.1 r,
fe4 P 11 Bowly's wharf.
NTa FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
& The substantial Hanoverian barque MOR-
ENSTERN, Capt. Jacob Appel; 200 tons burthen,
will be ready to take in cargo in a few days. Apply
to OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 4 8t P 31 S. Charles st.
a FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTt;1R--
fi The new fast sailing schooner DEMOCRAT,
Capt. McClintock; 110 tons or 900 bbls. burthen-in
prime order for any voyage. Apply to
WM. GUNNISON,
fe 6 99 Bowly's uvharf.
, FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTEa--
A FOR A SOUTHERN PORT-Tihe trig
LAUREL. burthen of about 1500 bbls. Apply to
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 6 6t Exchange Place.
wh FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTEiR-
The schr. SUPERIOR, Capt. Seeley; a good
vessel 3 years old anid stows about 600 tbl-l. 11 ''
to J.W. (?LU:.N.
ja 27 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
*t. FOR FREIGHT OR CIHIART'E -
A The fine copper fastened schooner FAWN,
apt.Washburn; stows about 800 barjml. .|.i 1 to
WELD & iJ: Ni-,
fe 1 P 8 Bowly's wharf.
* FOR FREIGHT'I' OR CHARTkER-
& The good schr. BERRY, ( apt. Howes; bur-
then about 850 bbls. For terms apply to
THOMAS PEIRCE,
fe 1 No. 9 Bowly' a whf.
FOR SALE-The brig INDE.PEN-
DENCE, of 150 tons burthen or 1500 barrels,
built in Plymouth, Mass. Apply to
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 2 6t Exchange Place.


I1aSal LINENS, BROWN HOLLANDS
&c.-The subscribers haye on hand a genera
assortment of
Irish LINENS, Barklie's bleach. all prices from 31
cts to 100
Brown HOLLANDS do do 121 to 31. cts
Unbleached Table CLOTHS do 62 to $1
10-4 superior Linen SHEETING at 621 cts per yard
Superior 8-4 Damask Table LINEN at $1 do
10 cases Bleached MUSLINS, all prices, trom 9 to
183 cts
5 cases Linen Cambric Hankfs do do do 18# to 50 do
1 do cd1'd CAMBRICS
1 do bleached twili'd MUSLIN
1 do Unbleached do
10 bales Unbleached MUSLINS, all prices
1 do Russia DIAPER
1 do Methuen TICKING
CALICOES, CHECKS, PLAIDS, &c. all prices
Persons in want of any of the a,;ove goods will find
it to their advantage to call 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 at., 3d door west of Market Space.
J BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
STREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly ou 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 full assortment 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 LO'rHS,CASSIMERES AND WOOLEN
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.
Sattinels, Kentucky and Glasgow Jeans, Cordova
Fancies, Beaverteen and Corderoy, t&e.
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-all ot 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.
TIDE WATER CANAL AND FRANKLIN
BANK NOTES AT PAR.
HE SUBSCRIBER wishing to reduce his
stock Dry Goods, will take the TIDE WATER
CANAL and FRANKLIN BANK NOTES at par.
My assortment is large, c',-,i-ii iit, I..ri ,f rich Sa-
tin MANTILLAS, Frer-,h C \'H- 1 I-, Brocha,
Thibet and other SHAWLS, fig'd andplain SILKS,
IVMouseline-de-Laines, CHI\ I/NIZ., CALICOES,
Irish LINENS, DIAPERS, CLOTHS, Cassimeres,
VESTINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Linen Cambric
Hdkfs, Fancy idkfs, SCARFS, &c. &c.
THOSE. CAMPER,
ja 9 No. 135- Baltimore st.


_3IHOMAS McCONNELL, No. 163 Baltimore
street, offers for sale the following desirable
GOODS, viz:
CLOTHS.-Blue, black, brown, citron, invisible
green, mulberry, London smoke and cadet mixt; CAS-
SIMERES-Black, brown, dark grey andI 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
Buttons; gum elastic SUSPENDERS; 28,30 and 36
inch Umbrellas; bleached and unbleached Canton
FLANNELS, red, yellow, grepn ind white Flannels;
Bath and Whitney t,.l. \ NK lF.-; 44 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 lthe pleasure to inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING COACHH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, from Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH, the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm of CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale,
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs. Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c,. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
ARNISH, warranted equal to any in use.
SILVER PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous friends for their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage. d? jais 15
I)IVIDEND.
Office of the Philadelphia, Wilmin6gton and Baltimore
Rail Road Company.
Wreaami.TON, January llth, 1841.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Stockhol-
1 t ders of this Company, that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors held this day, a dividend of three
per cent. was declared on the Capital Stock of the Com-
pany for the 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 further ordered that the transfer books of
the Capital Stock be closed on the 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 dtl5thF J. WILSON WALLACE. Sec'y.
SADDLES. SADDLES.
THE SUBSCRIBERS wishing to dispose o
their present stock of 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 to give satisfaction.
Also on hand, a very large stock of COACH, GIG
aid SULKEI 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 t BLASDEL,
no 14 190 Baltimore street]
NOTICE,
A RARE CHANCE-FOR SALE-The un-
expired lease, (being four years from the first of
January next) together with all the improvements,
FURNITURE, BAR FIXTURES &c. &c.,attached
and belonging to the '"Front street Hotel," opposite
the "American Theatre."
The premises have been newly papered and paint-
ted and have undergone a thorough repair throughout.
The yard and stables are extensive and sufficient to ac-
commodate sixty or seventy head ofHorses-together
with Carriage Houses, Sheds&e.
Connected with the premises and separate from the
House is a Restaurateur, fitted up with every necessa-
ry convenience; thewhole (except the out-buildings)
is lighted with gas and supplied with hydrant water.
The premises Ironting on two streets 150 by 146 feet.
The House contains 20 Rooms, with spacious Cellars
and Ice House.
The Furniture is new and in good order, and any
gentleman wishing to engage in such business, will
seldom meet with so rare a change, as there isa good
run of custom which may be increased.
The only cause of the present proprietor relinquish-
ing business, is on account of the ill health of his fa-
mily.
The rent is moderate, the terms will be reasonable
and possession given immediately. Apply onthe pre-
mises, or to the subscriber through the post office.
JOHN WHITBECK.
Baltimore, Nov. 6th, 1840.
0f-The Philadelphia U. States Gazette and Rich-
1mond Whig will publish the above to amount of $2
and charge this office.seo
NEW AND SPLENDID CARPETING-
The subscriber has just received and will thisday
open a splendid assortment ofSAXONY,BRUSSELS,
THREE PLY & INGRAIN CARPETING, of new
and beautiful patterns; which together with his for-
mer stock, render his assortment as complete as that
of any house in this city, and will be sold on terms
that cannot fail to please; persons wishing to purchase
any article in the carpet line are invited to call and
jndge for themselves. RICHARD DUVALL,
se 7 P No, 210 Baltimore at.


FOR SALE-A Baltimore copper lastena-
aed and coppered Schr. of about 800 barrels, in
good order, and sails fast; will be sold at less than her
real worth, the owner having no further use lor htier
in the trade she was intended for. Apply to
fe I d6t W. RHOA DS, 61 Smith's whf.
FOR FREIGHT OIL CHARTER-
&The copper fastened and coppered brig
GERTRUDE, Morgan; burthen 1500 bbls. Apply
to the Capt. on board Smith's dock, or to
fe8 P J. CROSBY, Commerce at.
IVIDEND.-The President and Managers of
the York and Maryland Line Turnpike Road
have declared a dividend of one half ofone pr. crnt.
on the capital stock of the Company, payable on the
15th insat.at the MarineBank in Baltimore to the Stock-
holders or their legal representatives, who resides in
Maryland, and to those in Pennsylvania at tha York
Bank in the Borough of York.
fe 5 2aw4t JOS. TOWNSEND. Sec'y.
FAMILY CONFECTIONERS & CUl S'
MAS PRESENTS.
OHN R. GILES ever grateful for the liberal pa-
tronage bestowed on him, would mo-ti rr -clf',l.
ly beg leave to inform the ladies and Ph'il-il'i. ul'
Baltimore, that he has received his Fall importation
of Fine FRENCH CONFECTIONERY and FAN-
CY ATTICLES, suitable for Christmas and New
Year's Presents, consisting in part of one ot the rich -
est invoices ever offered to the citizens of Ballimore.
Clubs, Balls, Parties and Weddings supplied with all
kinds of Family Confectionery.
Ice C ream, Cakes, Pyramids, Jellies, Charlotte
Russe, &c. and every thing in his line at the shortest
notice and in the best manner, at No. 38 Baltimore st.
between Frederick and Gay.
N. B. FLAXSEED CANDY, a celebrated article
for Coughs, Colds, &c. de 15 3aw2m
TO FARMERS, GARDENERS & OTHERS
LIME-LIME-LIME.
I HAVE on hand and intend keeping a constant
supply of first quality Allum Bottomiand Oyster-
Shell LIME, for Building and Agricultural purposes,
equal at least to any ever offered to the public, and
which will be sold at the lowest possible prices for
cash-
The Allum Lime-stone is from the celebrated quary
ot 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 ? ilir.
corner of Gay and Front streets, or at the I ,r )i,,.:
Coal Yard, South corner of the Basin and Light sts.
and at Hugh Dowling & Son's, Franilin Li,.. KElm.,
cornerof Madison street, Baltimore, will b.- 1.r,.iil Ily
attended to. THOS. WILDEY,
od 15 eo Agent for the Proprietors.
D EPOT OF THE CELEBRATED GEN-
UINE JOS. ANTON. FARINA'S COLOGNE
WATER.-The subscriber being appointed agent for
the celebrated genuine Joseph Ant. Farina's Cologne
WATER, will have constantly on hand a large sup-
ply of the finest quality, put up in a superior style,
and which he will be able to offer to the trade on the
most reasonable terms.
In reference to the above advertisement he
begs to state that he has just received by the late
arrivals a large supply of the, aforesaid celebrated
Cologne WATER, and can assure the trade that for
quality and price it cannot be excelled, and respect-
lully begs their attention. JOSEPH BOURY,
Importer of French, German and English
fe4 d2m Fancy Goods, 164 Baltimore sat.
"MECHANICAL LAMPS."
ANFIELD & BROTHER have on hand a
few patterns of "DECAN'S PATENT ME-
CHANICAL LAMPS." To those who have used
them no explanation of their merit is necessary, as
they have given universal satisfaction. They are tru-
ly an elegant article, and possess advantages over all
other descriptions of light, particularly for drawing
rooms, reading rooms, &c., for which purposes they
are generally used in all elegant establishments in Pa-
ris, where a steady, uniform light, that produces no
smoke, is desirable.
In proportion to light, they consume but one-third
the oil of a common Astral Lamp-therefore, in point
of economy alone, they are particularly desirable.
For sale at the corner ot Baltimore and Charles street.
ja21
AMERICAN CEMENT.
N OTICE.-The subscribers respectfully inform
11 the public that they have succeeded in establish-
inga manufactory of the AMERICAN CEMENT,
at the corner of Gough and Washington street, Fell's
Point, Baltimore, where they are prepared to fill or-
ders to any extent, on the shortest notice, which will
be accompanied with directions to guide the mechanic
and engineer in the successful application of the ar-
ticle. As to the utility of the American Cement, it
suffices to say that it is impervious to water, and has
been used to advantage in the construction of Lockv,
Aqueducts, Piers, Arches, Cisterns, Foundations of
Buildings, to secure dry cellars in wet ground, and in
all instances where properly applied, it has been found
to have answered the purpose. Thus from oar
knowledge of the article, to those wishing to use it we
will warrant it to answer any of the above purposes,
or no charge, it applied according to our directions.
B. CURRY,
jy 24 ly JOHN McMANUS.
PATENT LIFE ESCAPE LADDIDEl.
INVENTED BY MR. JUDLIN of this City,
It is principally intended to be kept in bed cham-
bers, and so constructed as to be let down from the
window in the caseof fire, It is made ofstrong girting,
attached to which are steps at a regular distance. At
one end is a large box, lined with canvass, in which
persons who are sick or timid can be placed and low-
ered from any part of a building without the least dan-
ger or difficulty; at the other are iron hooks, which
can be fastened to the wall or window sill. When it
is thus letdown, it becomes a perfect ladder, on which
any one can descend with ease. It is made to fold up
in a very small compass. 'ne nox or chest in which
it is placed is fashioned after the form of an ottoman,
and is a handsome ornament to a room. jy 27
PARKER'S PERCUSSION & REACTION
WATER WHEEL.
THE subscribers having become Agents for the
manufacturing and sale of the above WHEELS,
would respectfully recommend them to the public as
a valuable improvement. They have been fairly tes-
ted in the western States, and are acknowledged to be
superior to any now in use for ordinary or low-heads
of Water.
Their prominent advantages are, economy in Water,
great durability, cheapness of construction, exemption
from ice in the coldest weather; and they are not ma-
terially impeded by the rising ot the stream. Having
models, drawings, and tables of the above improve-
ment, full information may be obtained by apply-
ing to WATCHMAN & BRATT.
oc 23 eo3m?
RUBBERS.
"1 ^ '- PAIR GUM ELASTIC
1 .@t 000IF SHOES, comprising the following
Ladies SHOES, lined and trim'd with fur highly fig'd.
do do do do do do stamped
do do do do do do plain
do OVER SHOES, figured and plain
Men's heavy large OVER SHOES fig'd and plain.
The above comprises one of the best assortments
ever imported into this country, and arenoffered to the
trade (by the package only) on pleasing terms by the
subscriber, No. 200 Baltimore st. up stairs.
oc 21 8. FARRINGTON.


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AMERICAN.
BALTIMORE.

TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1841.
Published every morMlUg at No, 2i South Gay
Streets by DOBBIN, MURPHY & BOSBs
TaXMs-Datly paper eight dollars per annum, payable half
yearly. Country papers five dollars per annumpayable In
advance, unless the subscription is guaranteed In the city.
All new advertisements appearing both papers. Single pa-
pears 6 1-4 cents.

THE PRESIDENT ELECT.
GENERAL HARRISON'S ADDRESS.-Yester-
day morning at ten o'clock an immense assemblage of
citizens was gathered io front of the City Hotel, all
eager to hear the address which, according to the in-
timation in the papers of the morning, was expected
to be made by the People's President elect. The
number of persons in attendance comprised many
thousands, including a large number of ladies who oc-
cupied all the windows and other suitable positions
within hearing or sight of the platform. The order
and decorum which prevailed throughout were in the
highest degree commendable.
The PRESIDENT ELECT was introduced to the as-
semblage by the Hon. JOHN P. KENNEDY, in a few
appropriate remarks, and when the cheering had ceas-
ed, he commenced his address.
Gen. HARRISON began by remarking that to some
the course he had pursued in addressing public as-
semblies since his departure from home might seem
objectionable, since it was perhaps under the circum-
stances a little unusual. But if it was an error it was
one of the heart-the result of kind affections-of a de-
sire to be in a communion of feeling with his fellow-
citizens;-and for this he should hardly be liable to
censure in the estimation of the virtuous and intelli-
sent.
For addressing the people of Baltimore he had par-
ticular inducements; for it was a city that hie loved.
"I love it," said the General, "because my father
loved it and was entrusted with the defence of it in
the days of the first Congress." "I love it," he con-
tinued, "because it was the residence of CHARLES
CARROLL OF CARROLLTON ; because it was the birth
place or residence of OTHO HOLLAND WILLIAMS, of
JOHN EAGER HOWARD, of my old friend, the hero of
Mud Fort, SAMUEL SMITH ;-because it is signalized
by the noble defence made by its citizens against an
invading foe, the gloryof which will last for ages after
the marble reared in its commemoration shall have
- been resolved into dust." "In fine," said he, "I love
the city of Baltimore because it contains so rare a
collection of beauty and loveliness, numerous evi-
dences of which I now see around me."
After a series of felicitous remarks in the way of
introduction, Gen. HARRISON said-"Upon what sub-
ject, fellow-citizens, shall I speak to you? The topics
which formed matters of discussion during the late
political convass would be now out of place-the era
of such discussion has passed. But we can refer to
first principles."
He wished particularly to confer with those of his
fellow-citizens who at the late election had voted
against him. They had exercised the rights of inde-
pendent men ; their love for their country, their at-
tachment to Republican principles were not doubted
by him. He felt assured that as a portion of the great
body of the people they were as sincere and as pure
is their feelings of patrolism as any others in the
country under whatever political name they might
be classed. But he believed they had been misled.-
Their leaders in the possession of the Government
bad sought to divert their attention from the acts
and policy of the Government. It was a maxim in
frequent use and a very good one it was, that the price
of liberty is eternal vigilance. But this maxim had
been sadly misapplied-your vigilance, (said GENE-
RAL HARRISON, addressing his friends on the other
side,) was directed towards the movements of your
political opponents; it was diverted from the conduct
of your own official men-the very point to which it
should always be turned. The nature of power is de-
ceitful: the most'virtuous of men by the long posses-
sion ol it may be corrupted imperceptibly and una-
wares to themselves. In politics as in war, nothing
is more common than to make demonstrations or
feints, by which attention is taken away from an
essential point by a pretence that some other is in
danger. General HARRISON dwelt forcibly on this
topic. He urged it as a duty upon all citizens to
__ look closely to the acts of the Government, no mat-
ter who might be entrusted with the administra-
tion of it. They should make themselves acquainted
with both sides of avery important subject. andform
their own opinions accordingly. As the disciples
of Mahomet were taughtto turn their faces at stated
times everyday towards Mecca, so he would enjoin
it upon every freeman in the Republic to turn his
eyes towards the city of Washington to note what
was going on there.
The Geperal alluded to the charge of Federalism
which had been made against him during the recent
canvass. He said the term was capable of different
significations. In the odious sense that was attached
to it, implying an anti-republican feeling, he entirely
repudiated the charge, and he referred to the different
epochs of his life and services to show that there was
no truth in it. His family associations, his early ed-
ucation, the first principles of character of which he
had any recollection, were all republican. "I call
myself," said Gen. HAntRIso, "a democratic repub-
lican." If thee was any act of his life which show-
ed a different principle from that which was implied
in the term he had used-if he had, when entrusted
with power, exercised i t to the oppression or injury of
any, or to encroach upon the rights of a citizen, or to
usurp more than was committed to him-let such act
be pointed out. He alluded with much feeling to the
manifestation of regard displayed towards him by the
State ot Kentucky at the late election-a State which
furnished so large a portion of the citizen soldiers who
had served under him in the North-West ; and he ven-
tured to infer that the favorable sentiment thus ex-
pressed for him was some evidence that he had not in
his military conduct violated the principles of a re-
publican or abused the powers entrusted to him. He
referred in a similar manner to the State of Indiana in
connection with his government of the great North-
Western Territory.
After vindicating himself from the charge of Feder-
alism in the obnoxious sense in which the term was
used by those who make it a word of reproach, Gen-
HARrISON intimated that the party calling itself de-
nmocratic might be found to be itself inclining towards
Federalism. The definition of a monarchy compris-
*ed the command of the army, the power of adminis-
tering the laws, and the control of the public revenue.
'T'be two former were by the Constitution of the Uni-
ted States entrusted to the President; but the last and


most potent of all was intended to be kept entirely
out of his hands-Yet how is the fact now? Has not
the policy of the Government for some time past been
to draw the National Treasury under Executive con-
trol? If Federalism implies a tendency towards
-- monarchy, what measure more strongly federal has
Ever been advocated?
You have been often warned of late, fellow citizens,
said General HARRISON, against the too great increase
of the money power in the country. You have been
told to dread a monied aristocracy. But the great
danger is not in that quarter. There never was an in-
stance of a republic changing into an aristocracy. The
tendency is and always has been towards monarchy-
and that by the means ofjacobinical principles aassu.
ming the name and guise of democracy. The inter-
ests of the rich and the poor General HARRISON de-
clared to be in harmony. If they should ever conflict
he would not be the man to hesitate a moment which
side to vindicate. The great substantial interests of
the bone and sinew of the land-of the agricultural
and mechanical industry of the country.-were and
must be the predominant interests. But he appre-
hended no conflict.
Gen. HARRISON proceeded to speak briefly of the
principles upon which he should act in his adminis-
tration of the Government. The most prominent con-
sideration, and one which implied an important series
of duties, would be to prevent the General Govern-
ment from overshadowing the States-to restrict the
action of the former within proper limits by sternly
forbidding the interference of government officers in
the elections of the people. (This announcement
was received by the crowd with deafening acclama-
tions.)
It was of little use, continued the General, to make
promises or to repeat pledges. His actions must show
the sincerity of his intentions, and they would speak
for themselves. He asked of his political opponents
that they would exercise a little patience; that they
would wait and give his administration a fair trial be-
fore condemning it. He declared his wish to behold
harmony prevailing among all true loves of their
country-to see dissensions subside and party bitter-
nesslose itself in a fraternal feeling. There was no
wish he had on earth more dear to his heart than to
be able to bring into one common fold once more the
great republican family over which he was called to
preside. The General spoke with much earnestness
of feeling and with strong emphasis. He had been, he
paid, a military man, and he knew bow to appreciate


military fame; but he wt v'iI rather be tne means f
bringing about this happy c nsummatton of uity and
political peace than to have the glory of a victorious
battle, imposing and splendid e. 'tinugh to place Water-
loo in the distance.
We have undertaken to do no m. ,k than to give a
briefoutline of Gen. HARRIsoN's re ilrks-and this
is done from such materials as recol letftion without
notes might supply. The voice of the 1 '"tresdent elect
was strong and clear. His manner was t, 'at Of a man
at ease, conferring frankly and freely witL, his fellow
citizens. The large assembly listened with deep at-
tention-broken only by frequent cheering.
After he had finished speaking Gen. HAR RISON
withdrew into the parlour, where he received the
salutations of his fellow citizens, crowds of whL "m
thronged the hotel.
THE LADIES.-At one o'clock P. M. the ladies
of Baltimore commenced paying their respects to the
President elect-the drawing room and saloon of tile
Hotel having been appropriated for their reception.-
The fair visitors came in an unbroken line, and dur-
ing the two hours allotted to them some thousands of
his fair countrywomen were presented to him. b
The General is in excellent health and spirits, and,
like a true soldier, appeared to be especially gratified
at the presence and smiles of the ladies.
On Sunday morning Gen. HARRIsoN attended Di-
vine service at St. Paul's Church.
At nine o'clock this morning General HARRISON
will depart for Washington, carrying with him the
sincere prayers of thousands for his individual happi-
ness and the prosperity of his administration of the
affairs of the country.
The following named gentlemen constitute 'he
Committee appointed on behalf of the Committees of
Arrangement and Reception to accompany Gen.HAR-
RISON to Washington this morning;-
JOHN McKIM, Jr.
THOMAS FINLEY,
C. W. HANSON,
JAMES HARWOOD,
JAMES L. RIDGELY,
BRANTZ MAYER,
C. H. PITTS,
Z.TURNER,
JAMES B. LATIMER,
S. C. LEAKIN.
Col. S. McCLELLAN,chairman of the Committee of
Arrangements, was, by a special resolution 'made one
of this committee of escoit.

BANK SUSPENSIONS.-The result of the meet-
ing of the officers of the Banks of Baltimore, held yes-
terday morning at eight o'clock, was the adoption of
a resolution, by an unanimous vote, to suspend spe-
cie payments. This course was unavoidable, in view
of the general suspension which had previously taken
place among the Banks of Philadelphia. On Saturday
perhaps upwards of $100,000 in specie were drawn
from the Banks of Baltimore by note holders and on
drafts; and yesterday morning a number of brokers and
agents from the eastward stood ready to draw coin, had
not the determination tosuspend interposed to prevent
them. The Virginia Banks will, without doubt, also
suspend.

SMALL CHANGE.-In consequence of the sus-
pension of specie payments, small notes of less de-
nomination than one dollar will be required as a part
of the currency. We would suggest to the City Au-
thorities the propriety of issuing such notes forth-
with, on the credit of the City. Since it is absolute.
ly necessary that a circulation of small notes be
supplied, it is obviously proper that the best should
be furnished which circumstances admit of. If the
City should omit to do it individuals will issue their
own notes; and experience has shown clearly enough
that whether founded on a sufficient basis or nor, they
will get into the hands of the people. The only ef-
fectual way to prevent this evil is to give the com-
munity a circulation duly authorised and based upon
a known security.
We are induced to believe that this measure would
give general satisfaction, as the best that could be
adopted in the present exigency. If there be objec-
tions against such issues by the City, it should be re-
collected that the expedient is called for by the ne-
cessity of the case, and that it will be the only sure
protection that can be had against evils of a most vex-
atious kind. The small note currency thus furnished
will be uniform in character; the holders of it will
lose nothing; and it will pass without difficulty in the
markets and elsewhere.
It was objected against the issue nf City small
notes on a former occasion of suspension that if none
were put out by authority there would be silver e-
nough kept in circulation to supply the ordinary wants
of the community for small change. The case, how-
ever, was quite otherwise. The notes of irresponsi-
ble individuals were thrust upon the public, and as
there was no help for it, the people took them-and
frequently to their loss.
We have had experience enough now to be a little
wiser on this subject. The suspension will continue
no one knows how long. But whether fora little
while or for considerable time the importance of pro-
viding a convenient small note circulation, to save the
community from loss and trouble, is so great as to de-
mand immediate attention.

NEW JERSEY BANKS.-The Philadelphia Sen-
tinel states that several of the New Jersey Banks
suspended specie payments on Friday and Saturday.

PHILADELPHIA BANKS.-The Philadelphia
U. S. Gazette of yesterday, referring to the suspension
of the Banks, says-
The law of last February, relative to future sus-
pensions, has operated moat injuriously. The Banks
were not ready for that resumption, and all should
have openly and freely stated their inability to meet
tle requirements of the law. They did not; but anx-
ious to comply, and place themselves on a par with
the institutions of ether States at the East, they gath-
ered around them, at sacrifices, the means of compli-
ance. The Bank which had supplied the currency, of
course, made the principal preparations, and on the
fifteenth of January, the work of resumption was only
commenced.
Then, for the first time, some of the small Banks
discovered that the eastern funds which they held,
were only placed in their vaults in paper, to be drawn
from thence in specie; and the calm, which had been
considered so favorable to their views, was but the
lulling ofabreeze before a change for a tempest; and
in less than twenty days, only three out of thirteen
Banks of Philadelphia had paid out NINE MILLIONS
or POLLARS IN SPECIE. How much the other Banks
had disbursed in that time, we have no means of
knowing.
No banking institution could have stood this assault.
It is not in the nature of their business. The whole
amount of specie in all the Banks of the State of New
York, including city, as well as country Banks, is on-
ly ten millions fourhundred and twenty-nine thousand


one hundred and twelve dollars. And they have a
circulation of upwards of FIFTEEN MILLIONS, and a
deposit in the aggregate of SEVENTEEN MILLIONS.-
Now, if an attack should be made upon the New York
institutions, equally vigorous and wrongly disposed,
with that upon the Philadelphia Banks, what would
these boasted Banks be in twenty days?
From the Philadelphia Inquirer of yesterday.
THE RECENT ',ULsPEN-PloN.
The excitement produced by the suspension of
specie payments by the U. S. Bank, and the other
Banks of Philadelphia, as already named-subsided
in a great measure on Saturday, although the public
pulse was anything but calm and composed. The
Banks generally paid specie for their $5 notes-and
although in one or two instances, specie was also paid I
for notes of a larger denomination, we believe that no
Philadelphia Institution Iredeemed all its obligations
and liabilities in coin-that is to say. notes, deposits,
balances, and its drafts.
We fear, therefore, that truth compels is to state,
that the suspension is general throughout the City and
County of Philadelphia, and an apprehension must
also be indulged that the banks in the interior, and to
the South, will speedily be compelled to follow the
example. On Saturday, however, the Banks of Har-
risburg, as we learn from the Telegraph ot that place,
continued to pay specie. Much uncertainty and con-
fusion still exist, as to the money and stock rates; al-
though it will be seen on reference to the appropriate
head, that considerable business was transacted by
our Board of Brokers on Saturday. The last transac-
tion we heard of, in exchange on New York, was to
a considerable amount, and done at i per cent.
Another transaction took place for $10,000, in i
which U. S. Bank notes were pa.d at a dirdount of 10
per cent. This too, we understand, was for New
York-so that deducting 4 per cent exchange, the dis.
count on the notes would be about 6 per cent. The
public are sadly puzzled for a currency, and in some
instances 2 per cent premium has been paid for small
notes. The Banks held a meeting by delegates-twos
from each Bank-on Saturday evening, t
Various plans were suggested, and among others,
certificates of deposit, and small post notes. Nothing
definite was determined upon. Something however,
must be done, and that speedily. The Legislature
will, we trust, act promptly and judiciously at this b
crisis-while the spirit manifested by our citizens thus
far, is calculated to make the most favorable impres-
sion as to their general forbearance,and the disposition
to yield with as good a grace as possible, to the mon- \
etary evils under which we are labouring.
From the Philadelphia North .American of yesterday. r
THE LATE SUSPENSION.-A meeting of the dele- e
gates from the various Banks in this city, was held onf
Saturday evening last, at which we understand it was
agreed to receive the notes and checks of each other;
and settle accounts in the same manner as during t1e
suspension in 1837; allowing 5 per cent. interest, andr
settling balances when they amount to $20,000. Thee
U. S. Bank was not represented at this meeting.,
We understand, that on the part of one of the City s
Banks, in which the Commonwealth is largely inter-
ested as a stockholder, a committee has been sent to t
Harrisburg to present their views of the subject to the e
Governor, preparatory to deciding upon the course
which it may become theirduty torecommend to their
immediate constituents,the private stockholders of thee
Bank.-PhiadS. Sentinel.

The Pittsburg American states that Mr. William
Hogg, of Brownsville, (Pa.) died at his residence, on I
Friday last, leaving an estate of S1,100,000 to coila- I
.eral heirs.


Wtlenty Sixth C['ongress.
SECOND SESSION.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINrGS.
Correspondence of the American.
WASHINGTON, Feb'y. 8th.
UNITED STATES SENATE.
The Treasury Note Bill was received in the Senate
this morning.
The VICE PRESIDENT presented Reports from
the Executive Departments.
Mr. BUCHANAN presented a memorial from mer-
chants and others, of Philadelphia, remonstrating
against the passage of a General Bankrupt Law, and
asking that if one should pass, the creditors should ap-
point the assignees instead of the Courts, and that the
debtor should not have the benefit of the law, unless
there should be a majority of the creditors soliciting
the discharge.
Mr. WEBSTER and Mr. WHITE presented me-
m orials from Indiana in favor of a Bankrupt Law.
t' r. NORVELL and Mr. PORTER also presented
simi I ar memorials from Michigan.
Mr. WRIGHT presented the requests of the Cham-
ber of C'ommerce of New York upon the same subject.
Mr. LI'NN gave notice that to-morrow he should
introduce a bill asking for the appointment of Trus-
tees for the 'investment of the Smithsonian Bequest.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL.
The bill to surrender the Canal Stock to Maryland,
before the Senate on Friday, was finally passed and
sent to the House for concurrence.
DISTRICT BANKS.
Mr. MERRICK asked leave to take up the bill to
revive and continue the .banking powers in the Dis-
trict of Columbia.
Mr. TAPPAN opposed the motion, as he ever does
every thing pertaining to the interests of the District.
He thought there was time enough for action.
Mr. ALLEN hoped also that there would be a
postponement of the measure until some future day.
Information had been asked from the Secretaiy of the
Treasury, and upon the answer depended in a great
measure the success of the present application for
Banks.
Mr. BENTON took occasion to make a speech
against the Banks in the discussion of the question
whether the District Bank bill should be taken up or
not. Mr. Benton as well as Mr. Allen referred to the
recent events in the District of Columbia. Mr. Ben-
ton concluded his remarks with a motion to call up
the special order.
Mr. CRITTENDEN, at one o'clock-the special
order having been called-moved that the Bankrupt
bill be taken up.
Mr. MERRICK insisted that if anything was to be
done for the District Banks, now was the time. The
yeas and nays were demanded oh his motion, and
the fotallowing was the result.
Yeas-Messrs. Bayard, Clay ofKy., Clayton, Dix-
on, Graham, Knight, Mangum, Merrick, Phelps,
Prentiss, Preston, Rives, Ruggles, Sevier, Smith of
Indt, Southard, Webster, White-18.
Nays-Messrs. Allen, Benton, Buchanan, Calhoun,
Clay ofAl., Crittenden, Fulton, Henderson, Hubbard,
King, Lion, Lumpkin, Nicholas, Nicholson, Norvell,
Pierce, Porter, Roane, Robinson, Smith of Con.,
Sturgeon, Tappan, Walker, Wall, Williams, Wright,
Young--27.
Young-27. BANKRUPT BILL.

The General Bankrupt Bill was then taken up
without opposition.
Mr. HUBBARD moved that the bill be recommit-
ted with instructions to report certain amendments ma-
terially affecting the bill, and designed to affect its
passage. "To include Corporations," was one of the
instructions given. Other amendments were equally
objectionable.
The yeas and nays were ordered, and the proposi-
tion was voted down by the following vote:-
Yeas-Messrs. Allen, Benton, Buchanan, Calhoun,
Hubbard, King, Linn, Lumpkin, Pierce, Roane, Ro-
binson Smith of Con. Sturgeon, Tappan, Wall, Wright
-16.
Nays-Messrs. Clay of Ala., Clay of Ky., Clayton,
Crittenden, Dixon, Fulton, Graham, Knight, Man-
gum, Merrick, Mouton, Nicholas, Nicholson, Nor-
veil, Phelps, Porter, Prentiss, Preston, Rives, Rug-
gles. Sevier, Smith of Ind., Southard, Tallmadge,
Walker, Webster, White, Williams, Young-29.
As soon as the vote was declared, Mr. HUBBARD,
determined still to oppose the bill, introduced his a-
mendments separately, beginning with the one to in-
elude all classes of chartered corporations.
Mr. CLAY ofAl. opposed the amendment, and
came indirect conflict with the prominent supporters
of the Administration party. Mr, Clay was ofopin-
ion that notwithstanding there had been one, two and
three suspensions, yet there could be no reason for
including State corporations. The amendment was
unconstitutional-obviously so-and the State of Ala-
bama would not consent to it.
Mr. SEVIER expressed his surprise that the Sena-
tor from N. Hampshire had not gone further-that he
had not included with Corporations, States, subjects,
liberties and all. He should have put them all up at
auction at once! Why stop here? You have the same
right to include the States as their Corporations. The
States are your masters, said Mr. S. and you their ser-
vants, undertaking to dictate terms to them. The
country too, was a good deal embarrassed, and if there
ever was a time for forbearance now was the time.
Charity and mercy became the Government, and in-
stead of resorting to violent means, we were bound to
resort to pacific measures. II Stale institutions had
done wrong, it belonged to the States to correct them
and not to the Government.
I care not, said Mr. Sevier, what are the opinions
ot Mr. Van Buren upon the subject, nor do I care
what are the opinions of any body else -Mr. Benton
or any body. A State has a right to give its people
arsenic, if it chooses, and it is nothing to Congress. I
care not how others vote, but with any respect for the
Constitution of Arkansas, I cannot vote for the a-
meadment, nor do I see how any one can.
Mr. WRIGHT of N. Y. followed, for the purpose
of explaining his former vote in favour of the passage
of the bill. The Congressional history of the Bank-
rupt bill of the last session was given.
Mr. W. said he addressed a meeting in New York
at the Exchange, and the persons in attendance re.
sponded warmly in favor of a uniform law upon the
subject of Bankruptcy. The Attorney General ad-
dressed a similar meeting, and a similar response was
given. But upon all occasions it was proposed to
include corporations. And so with the petitions pre-
sented to the present Congress. The Senator was
warmly opposed to the Law before the Senate or any
law upon the subject. Again, he said he knew no
difference between a Bank owned by a State and a
Bank owned by an individual. He believed there
was no question as to the power ot Congress to'in-


cluds State institutions in a Bankrnpt Bill.
Mr. Wright was followed by Mr. SMITH of Conn.
and others.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House to-day, on motion of Mr. John W.
fones of Va. went into Committee of the Whole, and
took up the Pension Bill.
Mr. WADDY THOMPSON ofS. C. movedil an a-
mendment to appropriate $ 100,000 to carry on the ne. -
gotiations, now going on for peace, between the Flo-
rida Chiefs, and Gen'l. Armistead, ofthe U.S. Army.
Mr. Thompson supported his motion to amend and
was warmly replied to by Mr. GIDDINGS of Ohio.
Mr. ADAMS, before the House went into Commit-
tee of the whole, was anxious that the House should I
deyote itself to its regular business-the reception of
Reports and Petitions. He had one hundred peti.
tions in his drawer, and four weeks had elapsed since
any had been presented to the !-ouse.
The debate which has commenced bids fair to con-
sume the week. In addition to the remarks of Mess. t
Thompson and Giddings, '
Mr. PROFI'IT of Ind. addressed the committee t
n opposition to the remarks mide by some members
ipon the sutjectofacontemplied war with Great e
Britain. He thought the disposition of some to talk (
bout a war was very bad, and very much out of order,
and that the effect of it would he bad also. Whet was
said in Congress had particular importance attached C
to it, and people would soon begin to think that we d
were upon the eve of a war. c
Mr. PETRIKEN addressed the Committee briefly- t
Mr. GIDDINGS is speaking as I close, and has
been twice called to order for irrellevancy.f
is
Natural Curiosity.-The Boston Society of Natural a
history have received, through the politeness ot D. n
S. McCauley, U. S. Consul at Tripoli, two rare va- t
ieties of Alrican Sheep. Three of these animals, fI
ewe and lamb, covered with close, thick wool, are 0
ine specimens of the four-horned variety from Ben- h
xari, in the Tripoli regency. They are also distin- a
guished by the great breadth of the tail, which occa- c
ionally attains the weight of 15 lbs. resembling mar- tl
ow in substance, and esteemed a great delicacy by sl
epicures.-The fourth specimen, a ran) of the Fez- P
zan variety, is clothed with hair, which forms a mane P
ipon the neck and shoulders, and attains the length of ti
several inches on the dewlap. In the hair, as well as R
he,long and slender legs.the animal nearly approaches Jt
he goat; while the projecting nose and recurved horn, ty
eminently distinguish this variety. In its native state rl
he animal inhabits the inaccessible cliffs of the Atlas ti
ange, whence a single specimen was recently procur-
ed, as a great curiosity, for the Zoological Society of
London.-Boston tilas.
THE MANUFACTURERS IN MANCHESTER, N. H., e1
he Representative says, have advanced the price on T
heir cotton goods about 18 per centum, but the wa pe
ges of the operatives remain in status quo. 1


FIRE.--A small building at the corner o tfoWard
and Centre streets, attached to the lumber yard of
Messrs. Kirby, Waters & Miller, was consumed by
fire early on Monday morning. Two horses were
burnt before the door could be forced open. There is
no doubt the fire was designedly communicated-a
person named Woollen was arrested on suspicion.

The LECTURE to be delivered this evening by Ro-
BERT CAREY LONG, Esq. before the Mercantile Li-
brary Association, on Ancient Architecture, will be
illustrated by a number of drawings. Among them is
a view of the Acropolis of Athens, five feet by seven,
and a perspective view of the Parthenon.

Stock Sale.-Yesterday at the Exchange, 40 shares
of Union Bank stock were sold at $47 per share, by
Mr. H. W. Bool, Auctioneer.

Owing to the illegibility of the hand writing of the
gentleman who reported the sketch of the address
made by Charles F. Mayer, Esq. published yesterday,
the following errata occurred:-14th line, for adore
read adorn; 25th line, for leave read have: 40th line,
for approaching read appreciating; 59th line, for uni-
on read unison; 77th line for in read to.

We learn from the Cumberland Civilian that ade-
liberate murder was committed on the body of Mr.
WM. DUDLEY, from Cornwall, England, who for the
last two years has bad charge of the works in'the
tunnel of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. He was
shot down on the night of the 23d ult. while on his
way home from work, and was afterwards severely
beaten with clubs. It is suspected that the murder
was committed by three laborers whom hlie had dis-
charged from employment some weeks before.

In a message sent by Governor Porter to the Legis-
lature of Pennsylvania on the 5th instant, it is stated
that the amount of loans made by the Banks to the
Commonwealth during the past year was $2,800,000,
exclusive of the $800,000 borrowed on the 1st ofFe-
bruary. $99,000 have been loaned by individuals,
leaving the actual amount received from the Banks,
$3,500,000!!

From the New York Herald, extra, Feb. 7.
THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
The packet ship Emerald, Capt. Howe, arrived
this morning from Havre, bringing dates to January
9th, her day of sailing.
Our news man boarded her in advance of all other
papers, and brought the papers up over land. We
thank Capt. Howe for sending us by him several
loose papers of Jan. 9th.
The state of Paris was tranquil; the emeute which
was expected when the North America left Liver-
pool, had not broken out.
The important news from China, which was brought
by the North America, and which reached London by
a telegraphic dispatch overland, via Marseilles and
Paris, was doubted by many mercantile men in Paris.
The "Courier Francais" says that if the Chinese have
agreed to pay the English 65,000,000 francs, 35,000,000
ot this sumn must go to pay the opium merchants;
leaving only 30,000,000 francs to defray ths expenses
the war; whereas the war will coat England double
that sum.
The same paper adds, that Admiral Elliot could not
have had any authority to make a treaty with the
Chinese, unless he thereby obtained some permanent
advantage to the British government, which was not
spoken of in the late news.
The "Courier Francais" further says, that they are
assured upon the highest authority that the British
government will positively insist (as an ultimatum to
their reconciliation with China) that they shall be al-
lowed to have a resident minister constantly at Pekin.
In Paris, M. Thiers had not made any further pro-
gress. M. Guizot was strengthening himself and en-
deavouring to preserve pacific relations all round.
The Countde Pontois and M. Cochelet had not been
recalled from Constantinople and Alexandria when
the Emerald left.
Great dissatisfaction still existed in the public mind
in Paris, relative to the stateofthe Egyptian question,
but no further demonstration had taken place in the
Chambers.
The weather was still very cold in Paris.
The fortifications around the city were progressing
slowly.
HAVE COTTON MARKET, January 9.-The mar-
ket remains nearly the same. The arrivals of the
week have been large, but the holders not bing anxi.
ous to press the sales, the prices have been well main-
tained to the close.

Mr.:KossowsKY, whose Concert is announced for
next week, has letters testifying to his great talents as
a pianist.
In the notice published yesterday of the examina-
tion before the District Court of three seamen, it
should have been stated that the mutiny with which
they were charged took place on board the brig Helen
McLeod, Captain Norris, aid that the mutineers
were sent home in the brig Ann.

A suit for a breach of marriage promise was tried
last week in Clinton County (N. Y.) Court, in which
Miss Mary L. Moore was plaintiff and Henry Law-
rence defendant.
It appears that the defendant commenced visiting
the plaintiffin the summer of 1838, and maniftested
much respect and attachment for her, calling at her re-
sidence as often as once in two weeks at the com-
mencement of his visits, and at last twice each week.
Italso appeared that the plaintiff was hl attached
to the defendant, and would often, \\ ,il ii, the com-
pany of her associates, speak of him as '"her little
man," whose curley hair "waved like the waves of
the sea." It was proved that he solemnly pledged
himself to marry the plaintiff, and when he accompa-
nied her to her parents at Castleton, Vermont, he gave
them to understand that such was his intention.
The counsel for the defendant endeavored to show
that the character of the plaintiff was imperfect, by
bringing evidence of"tea table talk," flying reports,
and Idle rumors, but it was counteracted on the other
hand by the introduction of respectable witnesses in
the village ol Chazy, where she had formerly resided.
who showed that her character was not as the defenl-
ant's counsel would make it appear. The arguments
uf the counsel on both sides displayed ast eloquence,
ingenuity and reasoning, which we have seldom heard
equalled. The jury brought in a verdict in favor of
the plaintiffof $500 damages and costs. So much for
promises made and broken.

HARRISON CLOTH -Among the pleasing inci-
dents of Saturday, there is one which gives great satis-
factioi, as it manifests the progress of manutactures
in our country-aand is a feeble testimonial of regard
to a Nation's favourite-we allude to a very splendid
piece of black wood-dyed cloth, manufactured at Low-
ell, Massachusetts, by the Middlesex Manufacturing
Co., at the instance of many of our patriotic citizens,
members rf the Tippecanoe Clubs ol our city, and
others. It came through the agency of Alexander
Turnbull, Esq. who emphatically requested that it
should be made of the best American wool and work-
manship, in every parlicular;-and this has been most
failhiully executed, as it is for softness at wool-fine-
ness e1 texture, brilliancy and beauty of colour, supe-
rior to any article of foreign production. Mr. Lewis,
Merchant Tailor, is one ot three, who has in charge
this artcles and others, and the result will be the pro-
duction of such habiliments as will do honor to the
domestic manllactulie of our country, and in all re-
spects suited to the occasion for which they are de-
signed.-P-atriot.

Melancholy Occurmence.-Philip Snook, son of Jas-
per Snook, of Minisink, a lad about 10 years of age,
while upon the ice of his father's mill dam, on Sun-
utay last, tell through and was drowned. His sister, a
girl of about 12 years of age, generously went to her
drawing brother's assistance, and in her noble efforts


to rescue him, also fell in herself, and would probably
have met the same fate but for the timely arrival of
an elder brother who succeeded in getting her out.-
In themeantime, the younger brother was carried un-
der the ice, and his body not recovered until an hour
afterwards.- Goshen Republican.

Exploring Expedition.-Packages, measuring in all
bshout a hundred and'i fifty barrels, collected by the
scientific corps, attached to the Exploring Expedition,
and which were brought to this port by the Relief, and
deposited in the museum for sate keeping, have been
ordered by the Secretary of the Navy to Washington.
They are to be connected, as we understand, with the
objects of the National Institute. The plan is a good
one; their preservation as well as utility are consulted
by it. They will of course find their appropriate
place when the intentions of lhe Smithsonian bequest
ire realized.--Philad. North Amer.

WARMING HOUSES.
There is much popular ignorance prevailing on the
subject of warming houses both among English apd
Anglo Americans. One would have thought hat
the experiments ofuschinen as Franklin and Rumfoird
would have dispelled the illusions about people being
nore liable to catch cold when a regular and uniform
heat is kept up in the apartments, than when these
ire traversed by currents from doors, windows, and
every crevice, all rushing towards an open fire. But '
prejudices are hard to overcome-the more so indeed,
he more beneficial their abandonment,
If we were really made hardier and acquired ex- i
emption from the complaints of our variable climate,
luring the autumn, winter anil spring months, by the I
common practice of using open fire.--single win- i
lows and doors, we might give up the comfort of the
opposition plan ; but no such good follows our ex-
posure; no frame, however vigorous. is exempt from I
he assaults of streams of cold air in our houses.- s
This is not however a matter of theory, or to be argued
from individual experience.
Natural usage, in the coldest climates in Europe, t
s decisive on the point. The Russians, Finlanders, c
nd Swedes of all classes, are not ashamed to keep r
nearly a summer heat in their houses during the win- c
er months-they have no tears of being called ef- g
eminate. On the contrary, allege that sallying out
f their house in the external frosty a;r, they ate a-
le to hear and even enjoy this kind of exposure, or
ir bath, the better from their previous warmth-pre- I
isely for the same reason that vigorous circulation of c
he blood and not skin, is better enabled to bear the g
hock of cold water, when a person is chilly and with p
ale skin, as when coming out from a cold room and im- a
perfectly clad, he will suffer greatly, and be less able fl
o resist the secondary and morbid effects of the cold. W
lumford declares, that notwithstanding his first pre- a
iudice to stove heat he found from an experience of c
waeive years residence in Geimany,not only that warm 2
rems are more comfortable in winter, but certainly ti
snded to the preservation of health.-[Journal of E
health. _______v

The Convent,-The majority of the committee on s
ihe destruction of the Ursuline Convent have report- e
1 leave to withdraw on the petition for indemnity. ti
'he minority have made a counter report. Both re-
arts will be discussed on Tuesday next.-Boston o
'ost. A


Vraryfiaid Legislalare.,
Corritspotidsece of the Amnerican.
ANNAPOLIS, February 8th, 1841.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
The Speaker laid before the House a communici
tion from the Commissioner of Lotteries.
Mr. Legrand presented the memorial of Rosanr
Miller of Baltimore city, praying for a pension for tt
services of her late husband, John Miller, a soldier
the Revolution.
Mr. Leg:and also presented the memorial of Eliz
beth Joice of Baltimore city, praying for the repeal
the act of 1833, chap, 184.
Mr. Naill presented the petition of sundry citizen
of Frederick County, praying the passage of a law
divide the State into two Geological Districts, and
define the duty of the Geologists.
Mr. E. A. Lynch presented the petition of sund
citizens on the line of the Baltimore andl Ohio rail roa
praying some Legislation to protect their dwellin
and stack yards from fires by day and night, occasion
ed by the engines of said Company-referred to tl
Committee on Grievances and Courts of Justice.
Mr. Frazier reported a bill to divorce "John Gill
Baltimore City from his wife Eisey Gill, a mensa
thoro;" read and passed.
Mr. Legrand, Chairman of Select Committee t
which was refalerred the act supplementary to i
act in aid of the construction of a State Armory an
Town Hall in Baltimore City and the building and ir
provements of Hanover Market House in said Cit
reported the same without amendments; read, pass
and sent to the Senate.
Mr. W. Lynch made an unfavorable report upc
the petition of Michael Dempsey, praying to be d
vorced from hi s wife Mary Dempsey. Ordered t
to lie on the l.able.
Mr.W. Lynch also made an unfavorable report upo
the petition of Caroline Martin, praying to be divo
ced from. her husband George Martin. Concurred i
Mr. Morton reported a bill to divorce Levin Jon
of Bait. City, from his wife Elizabeth Jane Jones.
Mr. Poultney reported a bill regulating the joit
property of the County and City of Baltimore; rea
anl ordered to be printed.
The hour arrived for taking up the order of the da
-the report of the Committee of Ways and Mean
Mr. Jones was speaking when I closed at three o
clock.

CITY COUNCIL.
In FirstBramch, February 8th, 1841.
Mr. Fields presented the petition of A. Parks at
others, relative to Eden street.
Also, the petition, of the President of the Deptfot
Fire Company, asking a special appropriation.
Mr.Deloughery presented the petition of Richar
Lilly and other,counterto the petition ofJ. J. Pentr
who asks leave to erect a slaughter house on his lo
The bill tc, alter Ihe present mode of appointin
magistrates of ithe Night Watch was negatived.
Also, the bill to appoint three additional Superir
Stendents of Chimney Sweeps.
Mr. Hanson, from the committee on the Harbo:
offered a report and resolution relative to keeping
Jones' Falls clear of obstructions.
Mr. Pinkney, from the Committee on Claims,mad
an unfavorable report on the petition of Mr. Marrow
assistant market master.
A resolution was received from the Second Branc
proposing to inquire whether the Balt. and Ohio Ra
road Company would issue orders of a less denomina
tion than one dollar.
Aii unfavorable report was made on the petition c
J. J. Pentz.
Mr. J. S. Brown presented the petition of Samnu
Moore and others relative to gutters.
Mr. Deloughery made a favorable report on the pe
tition of George Sutter, relative td the erection of
slaughter house.
Mr. Dallam, from the committee on streets, mad
an unfavorable report on the petition of James Arm
strong and Anthonty Henderson, relative to gradin
Canal street.
A favorable report on the petition of John Mitchel
High Constable, was concurred in.

From the National Intelligencer of yesterday.
THE PHILAI)ELPHIA BANKS.
Our worst apprehensions of consequences from th
kcreed resumption of specie payments by the Bank
or Philadelphia, before Ihey were in a state to justit
the measure, have been realized. Not only the Banl
of the United States has been (.i,-1 tii t r,.. ri,
specie payments, but the othet I. l,.i.,,, Phl, ..ltI.i,
have been compelled to follow suit. It can hardly b
expected, under such circumstanree., that the Bank
of Maryland and Virginia will be able to hold on; s
that the suspension of specie payments in all Batk
south of New Y ork, it is probable, will again beeom
general.
An effort (most laudable for its honesty, it must b
acknowledged) has been made by the Philadelphi
Banks to regain and maintain their i...,. rt, I,
specie level; the Bantik of the United ].,. ., -, ,
ly having acted with a good faith and steadfast
ness of purpose which entitles its misfortutne to res
pect. "It is the general sentiment," says the Penn
sylvanian, a leading urgan of the present Administra
tion, "whatever differences ofopiiuoi) may exist in
other respects, that the Banks, in the very face o
San almost overwhelming panic, have made a man
ful and highly commendable effort to discharge their:
obligations to the Public." In this opinion, i
seems to us, there must be a general concurrence
The effort, however, has been in vain. Six mil-
lions of dollars had the Bank of the United States
single -handetd, counted out in satisfaction of the de-
mands accumulated against it from all quarters; ansu
still the demands poured in upon it. We are iin,t suf.
ficiently acquainted with the particulars of the un.
*l i .t.,,,lil." -\i.r[,,.,, i u..' ot i- .ii,. ... ,, betw een
I'e' l;..i,. ,'.i Ph -ll, *.!,I and 'hi-' n. a,, and Bank-.
ers ofNew \ .ti. II.... ,,, &c to say how far it may
have been observed in good faith by the latter; but it
looks, at this distance,as though the Philadelphia Banks
had been overreached in the afffairof resumption by
which we mean that.they had been induced to believe ir
promises of aid and professions of forbearance which
have not been kept, or, if kept to theft' ear, have
been broken to their hope. The Philadelphia Gaz-
elte, of Friday, indeed, intimates as much in announ-
cing the suspension. "The co-operative generos-
"ity and indulgence of the North and East," says the
Gazette, "so abundantly promised and spoken of in
-'case of lhe resumption of the Philadelphia Banks,
"and especially of the United States Bank of this
"Communmealth,having already drawn to New York
fromom the latter institutton between flee and six mil-
"lions of dollars in specie since the 15th of last month
"it has been compelled to insist the constant antd
"overwhelming hde of demand, by a temporary sus-
"pension ol specie outlays." The New York Jour-
nal of Commerce, a keen adversary of the Bank, al.
must admits the imputation suggested by the Phila-
delphia Gazette, in announcing the suspension, when
it says "Bills oh the United States Bank are bought
"at 10 per cent. discount. There are but few of
"them here; the resumption having been ;,'. i/5 i,.,',
"ius sending l., riiii f, tome, by which AN., I., ,,'..-
"the Easteri. ,11,, ',u i',' ealhzed a very large sum in
"specie and available funds." Great activity, it
appears, has been displayed, as the Journal quaintly
expresses it, "in senising every thing home," that is,
in collecting and placing in the hands oh brokers every
demand that could be raised in "New York and the
Eastern cities" against the Bank e1 the United States.
The New York Times, not inimical to the Bank, cor-
roborates the facts slated by the Journal of Commerce,
saying, "Upon the banks of this city, and of the Ncrth
ani East generally, this suspension will exercise lit-
tle. ii any, evil influence, as their funds have 1, r,1,1


been nearly all withdrawn from P/,i'.l.t ,phi.i ji
the perfect right of the New York a.,.l Lri, o, elderss
of the paper and credits of the Bank of Ithe United
States to send them on to PLid.'. Ihi,u and demand
payment for their, we mak; i.. i' ,J.t.. The question
which occurs to our mind is. whether this great acti-
vity in .Ti ,riI: i.-)m the Bank all its specie was en-
tirely ,..tii..rir.,il, i. the expectations which the Bank
ofthe Ii ,.j -t.ii.. i was led to entertain,and upon
which it was induced to resume specie payments when
it did? Be thtt as it may, however, if any individual
engaged in business hadt, under similarcircumstaacea,
made such an effort and sacrifice as the Philadelphia
Banks have done to resume payment after being obli-
ged once to suspend, he wouid, instead of beiLug fol-
lowed with the v,''l; -.f vindictive adversaries, as
the Bank of the ih- Ltr-.l States now is, have at-
tracted, As he would have deserved, the general sym-
palhy.
For ourselves, apart from .-.:.r, i.'.. ;ii...t,. connected
with the business and the Iurt,,'(, c'i i- country
which, however, are not to be wholly disregarded in
the present emergency, we cannot but feel for the
misfortunes of the innocent stockholders in these
Banking Institutions, whose property is thus melting
away under the influence of a series of disastrous cir-
cumstances, every one of which is referrible for sit
origin to mal-adiuinistration in the General Govern-
ment. Had the Executive of the TIF,.t,.| States not
transgressed its rightful province in undertaking to
" ,.,. 1 c ,- tie rir',:i ,1 nor afterwards set at defiance
the -rtl'., i .*- 1- to regain possession of its con-
stitutional authority in this respect,tihese things woull
none of them ever have happened.
We shall look with a good deal ofinterest to Harris-
burg.where the Legislature of PTENNSYLvANIA is now
in session, to see what course the State Government
will pursue in inference to the Philadelphia Banks.
Thoso Banks are, we understand, upon short notice,
liable to a forfeiture of their banking privileges in con.
sequence lhIit, i. 'i..ij- -i..i u, -i. c ie payments. A
result so ii., ....,u i.i I,- ,tt..e.i-,i ri.,- Commonwealth
as well as ofta large class ofits citizens, will hardly
be permitted either by wisdom or by h..]. i..i.,, espe-
cially when it is borne in mind that t',- i' ..i' lately
nade by the Philadelphia Banks to sustain the credit
ot the State may have contributed, in no small de-
gree, to the necessity for their suspension.

Great performance of a Locomotive Engine.-On
Friday last, to SIth inst. the Locomolive Engine "He-
hens and Harrison," built by Messrs.:Baldwin, Vail
& Hully, hauled to Philadelpbia, over the Phillatdel-
phia aid Reading Railroad, ONE HUNDRED AND TWO
WRDEN CARS, loaded with the freight;-1479 bbils of
lour, 49 tons of iron, 1163 bushels of grain, 13' tons of
whiskey, oil and ship stuff, and sundry other freight,
mounting in all to 251j ions of 2240 lbs; weight of
ars 1608 tons, making a total weight of 4291 tons of
250 Ibs. hautiled by the Engine. The average running
time of the train was 10. miles per hour. Weight of
Engine, with water anil fuel, 12 tons; weight on dri-
ing wheels, with water, fuel and two men, 6 ltons.
As the above was the regular freight train, Iran-
porting the ordinary business of the Road, and no
experimental trip, no accounts were kept of the quan-
ity of fuel or water used by the Engine.
Length of train 1201 feet; longest continuous level
ver which the above train was hauled, at a speed of
O1 miles per hour, 9 1-10 miles.


cortomy of Food.-The Royal Agriculiural Societl'
of England, has offered a prize of ten sovereigns or a
piece of plate of that value, lor the best directions to
enable laborers to prepare wholesome, nutritious, and
palatable food, in the most economical and easy man-
lier. The competitors tor the prize are required to ob-
serve the following conditions:
1. That the receipts must be given in such a plain
manner as may render them available to a laborer or
his wile, who are unaccustomed to cookery.-2. That
the receipts must be such as may be used without re-
quiring any apparatus which any agricultural labor-
er does not usually possess. 3. That they shall not
require the use of any ingredients thich hie may not
easily procure, either from his garden, or in agricultu-
ral villti!'-. (Thi -rnnlitioni is not intended to pre-
clude li,- r.c..u,i ,i.inr, of fish as a part of any
dish.) I. 1I.-,... .I te different dishes must be
accurately stated."

Banners.-The ladies of the ninth ward on Saturday
presented the Tippecanoe club of that ward with a
beautiful banner. The presentation took place at the
residence ot Mr. Win. Gist. There was quite a dis-
play of beauty on the occasion. The banner was
painted by Mr. Ruckle.
The ladies of the eighth ward at the same time pre-
sented the young whigs of that ward with a -i.l-it,.li.l
banner made by Ash. We haveheard that i.'re i.i Me
men were killed, though many were wounded.-
Clipper.
THE BALTIMORE ANNUAL CONFERENCE of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, will commence its ses-
sion in this city on Wednesday morning next, the 10th
inst. Its sittings will be held in the Monument street
'Chtrch. North t ,hiii,,i..- Station. It i? expected that
a,.-i...i.. Sou!e, an.iu.'. And Morris, with about one
hundred and seventy othdr ministers of the gospel,
will be in attendance, Bishop Morris will preside.-
'Ib.
Naval.-The U. S. sehr Enterprize sailed on the 14!h
uilt. for the River La Plate. Passengers: Miss Hun-
tar; also the U. States Navy Store Keeper at Rio; Ihe
former on account of her health, which has, for some
time past been very delicate. She is the daughter of
our charge.-Norfolk Beacon.


to We are glad to find that the laws of Louisiana,
against carrying deadly weapons, are being put itt tori
on A man was r-- rnly fined twenty-five dollars in t
Recorder's (.. iur 1i New Orleans, for wearing a bow
r- knife.
n. In the United States District Court ofMassachr
es setts, or T,. l'l last, Judge D)avis gave hisa ,-cii
on the m,...,..n IL. dismiss the libel filed on trhall
Lieut. Matson, against the brig Tigris and her ladit
nt changed wilh being employed in the slave trade. T
id Judge decided that he would not dismiss the lib
but allowed the suit to go on, requiring the lihellan
however, to give security for such costs and damage
ay as may hereafter be awarded to the respondents.
s.
,. The General Assembly of Rhode Island have pass
Resolutions in flavor of the immediate distribution
the public lands among all the States; for a Nation
Bank, and for the immediate repeal of the Stab-Trea
ury law.
From the Oregon.-We have interesting intel
gence from this far country. The mission under t
ad care of the Methodist Episcopal Church was in a v
ry prosperous condition, and since our last advic
,d about one thousand of the natives have become co
verls to Christianity. We regret to learn that t
physician to the mission family, Dr. White, had die
d we believe his death was caused by a compour
z, fracture of the thigh. Itis worthy of noticethat whi
the ship Lausanne entered Columibia river, with tI
It. reinforcement, under the charge of Rev. Jason Le
g Mr. Daniel Lee, his nephew, was addressing a co
gregatioa of natives on the banks of that noble streak
The meeting of the Messrs. Lee, after so long a se
3- aration, was one of high interest.
Thie Hudlson's By Company's ship Forrager art
ved at the Sandwich Islands on the 10th of Augus
r, alter a passage of six months from London. She r
g mained at the Islands until the31st,and then procee
ed for the Columbia River. She had on board a ca
go of dry goods, for the Oregon territory.
S The English barque Harlequin sailed ftorm t
v, Sandwich Island, on the 3rd ot August,for Kamscrha
ka.
The mission packet-ship Lausanne was to leave
h the Sandwich Islands on the 15th of October, for 1
il York.
a. The corner-stone of a new Roman Catholic Chap
was laid on the 6th of August, at the Sandwich I
lands, His Majesty, Gov. Kekuanasa antd the office
if of the French frigate La Danaide being present-j
Y. Com. Ado.
el From Florida.-We learn (says thie Savannah Geo
gian of Wednesday) from a passenger in the U.
steamer Beaufort, Capt. Hunter, that about ttvo weel
- since ..'- Ai, owned by a Mr. Turner, anid whit
a was L-r-,. wli hides anid driven by a negro, was c
the way from Fort Travers to Black Creek, attack
by a party of Indiants about five miles from said for
e Tre driver and five horses were killed and the wa
- on and hides burnt.
Mr. Turner had his horse shot under him when h
g attempted to make his escape. He was chased at
overtaken, when he fell on his knees, and while h
, hands were raised they put a pistol to his head, fire.
arid shot him in the ear when hie fell senseless. Thie
then stripped him and robbed him of 8150-in got
While these men were engaged in plundering hii
the party at the wagon rai-ed a shout which induct
the totmer to quit Mr. T. -.,,t.l-th Mr. Turner a
)e terwards walked to Fort FIl.,., ,t,.'ti five milesdit
Staut. The pistol it appeared had nothing with tl
y powder but wad, the ball having fallen out in the pu
k suit. The Indians while pursuting himn threw dow
, their rifles.
'lhe Indians were tracked down towards the cam
e recently surprised by Col. RILEY on the south side
s the Oclawaha, which is protected by Gen. Amistea
o with a safe-guard.
s It is rumored at Pilalka that Col. Harney had di,
O covered Sam Jones'stronghold, anid had returned tc
reinforcements.
e The comparative lTr.,-. r. of the Clergy of the Epi<
a copal Church in the [i,.r..I Sltates is as tollows:--l
S1801, there were 192; in 1811, there were 238; in 1820
* there were 310; in 1832, there were 588; in 1840, their
- were 1059, ofwhom 19 are Bishops anId the remain
" der are Presbyters anid Deacons. The number o
Persons, ir,, l1,,I i ,- i-communicants, whio attend
- and suppo. ,.- r,'n, .h in tihle United States is esti
1 mated at 1,000,000.
f Of the Clergy of the Church of England in the Am
Serican Provinces and Istands, there 412, of whom
r are Bishops. Of the Clergy in England and Wale
t there are 18,000. The number iu I,, .,,, Scotlan
Sand the East, is not known, it iu ..,1i-1 be pu
down at 5000, so that the whole number o'f Clergy, o
Sthe Protestant Episcopal Church in the World i
About 25,000.
- Maxims of Bishop Middleton.-Perseverance against
. discouragemuents-keep your temper--employ leisur
in study, and always have some workon hand-bc
- punctual and never procrastinate-never be in a blur
V ry-preserve self-*possession, and doit be talked into
conviction-rise early anid be an economist of time-
i maintain dignity without the appearance of pride
* manner issomething with every body, and everything
With some-hbe guarded in discourse, attentive ani
a slow to speak-never acquiesce in immoral or perni
cious opinions-be not forward to assign reasons tli
tho-e who have no right to ask-think nothing in con
duct unimportant and indiffferent-rather set than blo
low an exsmple-practice strict temperance, and in
all your transactions remember the final account.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
FRIlDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1841.
No. 38. The Uit.il.-. i,.. .i-,hintiff, vs. Williat
Linn et l. The ,., of,1-1,r "l i-,. causee was eontinu.
ed by Mr. Coxeil..,- i,l,,iir...j, -, isand concluded by
Mr. Attorney General for the plaintiff
No. 38. The Unit-1 r,., plaintiff in error, vs
John Fitzgerald and 'I, I 'ii,. cause was argued by
Mr. AIi..u..' General for the plaintiffin error, and by
Mr. Briell, ior thedelendant in error.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6.
No, 40. Charles Gratiot, plaiitiff in error, vs. the
United States. The argument of this cause was comn-
menced by Mr. Bent, hor the plaintiff in error.

Married on ihe 7th insi by the Rev. E. tHeiner, HENR'
SHIRK Io Miss CATHtARINE PLOWMAN. Oin the same
day, by the same, GEORGE LONG to Miss ELIZABETIH
SIHAFFNER, all of this city.

Died on Saturaay evening, 6th aiit Mrs. MARIA C. COX
consort of tie Rev. Luther J. Cox,in the 44th yearof her age.
Her friends are requested to attend her funeral 'i.,- n.i,,,,..
9th inst. at I1 o'clock, from her late residence, ii ,. I
Lexington street,
ODied at Boston, on tthe i31st nit of quick con'umptinn, Mr.
JOJiN ''HOMP'SON, mlarner, formerly of Baltimore, aged 3(
years,
Died at Philadelphia, on tis 33d inst. in the Withyear of his
age, SAMUEL, N. LEWIS, ofrihe house of Mordecai. & Sand,
rN. Lewis, of that city.

S1,-The following Ticket for Directors of the WES
TERN BANK OF BALTIMORE is submitted to
the Stockholdar" for their support at the election to
take place on the 9th inst.
Samuel Jones, Jr. E. P. Barrow,,
Robert Taylor, Win. M. Medcalfe,
William Harden, Jacob Baltzell,
Francis Burns, Alonzo Lilly,
Comfort Tiffany, Thomas Burchenal,
I ot Ensey, (-1 ....-.. | Ii, ,ks,
Jacob ,eese, ln ,i, m;r.
Robert Garrett, A. U. Cole,
C. A. Schaeffer, Frederick Konig.
fe3 p d
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
WESTERN BANK OF BALTIMORE-The lol-
lowing ticket for Directois of the Western Bank of
Baltimore, composed ofgeotlemen owning upwards of
one fifth of the capital stock, is presented to the Stock-
holersa for their support, at the approaching election.
Samuel I.,i-:,, Doctor Corbin Amos,
Joseph 'A 1,,,', Lott Ensey,
George Ii .,tf.,ir. Robert Garrett,
Frederick K..-, t. Alonzo Lilly,
Comfort I 'i .- Chauncey Brooks,
f.m...,- .sI I -,.n, Francis W. Alricks,
'. ..h.,n I ,t.,it,, John I. Lloyd,
Lewis Kemnp, Samuel M. Barry,
C. A. Schsffer, Joseph P. Grant.
A CARD.
To the Stockholders of the Western Basic.
A report being in circulation that 111- i-m.-- ii ,,t ,
of anew ticket o1 Direction for the A- .,r, hiLa,,i;,,,
for its object the removal of the present executive oh-
ricers of that institution, the committee on the part
of the stockholders offering this ticket, deem it pro-
per to give this public assurance to the votes that no
such intention has ever been entertained by them, but
that their aim is simply to examine the concerns of the
Bank, and all other p, r.''.:...Iit,:;. are to depend upon
the manner in which ith- I,,,j ,1 affairs to have been


conducted. Far from any tfeling of hostility towards
its present officers, the gentlemen composing the new
ticket will be most happy to be justified in re-elec-
ting them to their places.
This occasion is taken to notice another, report
which is in existence and which intimates that the
movemenlfor reform has its impulse in the wish o
cerlain of the new directors to open to themselves a
source of Bank facilities. To silence this attack the
committee beg to state that they are authorized by
each and every one of the new directors-those who
have never been in the direction of the Bank-to give
pledge to stockholders that not one of them will ev-
er ask for the discount of a single dollar while hp re-
mains a director of the institution, nor will t he firm
oh which he may be a member make any such ap-
plication, but that, so far as the new names are con-
cerned, the means of the Bank shall be only used for
the accommodation of its regular customers.
The committee in giving this pledge venture to add
that a similar assurance with regard to the ticket to
be offered by the administration side, will, they have
no doubt, be acceptable to stockholders.


S TENTH WARD.
The Citizens of the 10th Wari without reference Id
distincti.nrim, or raies of any kind, whatever, are
respectfully invited to attend a meeting to be held at
Mrs. Temrerley's, North Hoanard St. on TUEbDAY
EVENING, the 16th instant, for the purpose ot or-
ganizing an association morally pledged to give en-
couragement to American labour, by the consumption
of domestic manufactures. Those of our fellow citi-
zens disposed to favour the objects of such a society,
are respectfullyy invited to attend and co operate with
their friends in whatever deliberations may be adopted
by the meeting.
Explanation-A few humble individuals of that por-
tion of Baltimore from whence this call proceeds, con-
versing upon the propriety and utility of using Amer-
can fabrics as far as might be practicable in their per-
sonal and domestic consumption, came to the deter-
mination of extending what encouragement they could
by their personal example, to American labour, by
wearing cottons and woolens,from American factories,
and finding their resolutions approved and commend-
ed by their neighbours with whom from lime to time
they conversed riui,, lie subject. The propriety of
calling a Ward Mema-'ir. for the purpose of extending
the principles involved in their determination, was
recommended, in the hope that more enlarged views
of social action and more efficient measures of protec-
tion, may be adopted, by those whose weight in our
community would give more influence to their action
and more extensive ile.-r...i-,I,,l, to any resolutions
that may be adopted to this end.
The individuals who have taken the responsibility
of making this appeal to the patriotism of their fellow
Wardsmen and fellow citizens generally, humbly be-
lieve that not only American Manufactures in Cot-
ton, Woolen antd Iron, but the public mind, through-
out the American community, is prepared tor practi-
cal action in thile enterprise, an enterprise that not on-
ly involves principles of economy, but comes home to
every American hoson- by the strong appeals of per-
sonal interest, of personal patriotisui,and national in-
dependence. _______
0S-EIGHTH WARD TIPPECANOE CLUB.-
A regular meeting of this Club will be held at Gideon
Brown's THIS EVENING at 61 o'clock-Members
are requested to he punctual in their attendance, as
an election of officers will take place, and arrange-
ments will be made for our intended visit to Wash-
ington,in March next.
fe 9 THOS. W. JAY, Vice President. -
0r3-MERCANTI LE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
The ninth regular Lecture of the Course will be de-
livered this Evening. Feb 9th, at 71 o'clock, by R.
CAREY LONG, Esq. Subject-"Gecian Architec-
ture as applicable to modern uses"--,llilsIrated walh
drawings. i__________ t fe 9
0f-TEMPERANCE NOTICE.-The Marion To-
tal Abstinence Society will hold on experience meet-
ing in McKim's new Free School House, East Bal-
timore st. To-morrow (WEDNESDAY) Evening at
7 o'clock. The male inhabitants alone of the city
are indited to attend. By order,
WM.F. PENTZ, Sec.
N. B. The rnetrhiTs nf ih.. Society are requested to
meet at their ll.,i, it, .ii.-r street, as early as half
past six o'clock, that they may proceed from thence
to the meeting in East Baltimore at. before seven.
fe 9 2t
PEASE'S
CLARIFIED ESSENCE OF HOAR HOUND
CANDY- Compounded of twenty-five ingredients.
FOR THE CURE of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness
Irritation of the Throat, Croup, Palpitation of lthe
heart, Asthma, Whooping Cough, difficulty of, or pro-
fuse expectoration, ce. and which is also highly use-
ful for Public Speakers, &c.
All the attempts at imitating or counterfeiting this
invaluable remedy have entirely tailed, and resulted in
establishing its reputation and increasing the demand
for it. Beware of imitations. The only genuine
Pease's Candy is to be had, wholesale aid retail, of
JOS. ROBINSON,
Circulating Library, 110 Baltimore at.
It is also retailed by Roberts & Atkinson, corner of
Hanover and Baltimore streets, John H. Berry & Co
corner of Eutaw and Pratt sts.. G. K. Tyler, corner of
E. Baltimore and High sts. 41* fe 8
OC3-POSTPONEMENT.-By request,the commen-
cing Lecture on English Grammar which was to have
been delivered on this Monday is deferred until
MONDAY the 151h inst., of which further notice
will be given during the week.
fe 8 J. F.HEYEY.
90-TO THE FRIENDS OF IRELAND.-The
People of Ireland having determined to effect a Rz-
PEAL of the present oppressive and unjust LZGISLA--
TIVE UNION with Great Britain, and Socielies haviq
been formed in Boston, New York and Philadelptia
to ald them in that obiect, it is proposed to holdia
MEETING on TLE',D li Y EVENING, 9th insk at
65 o'clock, at the .',-E Mil.Y ROOM, for the pur-
pose of forming a ii E- PLA I. ASSOCIATION in. Bal-
timore, at which all persons friendly to the objectare
requested to attend. By order ofa preparatory meet-
ing held at Boyle's, Liberty street, Jan, 27th.
GEO. A. HEUISLER,
JAS. KELLY,
THOSE. WALSH, I C it
GEORGE REILLY, Committee
D.McDONALD, I
PATRICK REILLY, |
CHARLES SORAN J


ae BALTIMORE MARKET.
n Office of the AMERICAN, Feb. 8,5 P.M.
CATTLE.-About 200 head of Beef Cattle were
P offered for sale this morning and nearly all sold at
of
d $6.50 to $7.50 per 100 Ibs. for good to strictly prime
quality. Live Hogs are only in fair supply, and sell
Moderately at 86 per 100lbs.
or FLOUR.-The market for Howard Street Flour is
8 rather firmer to-day than at the closeof last week,
i but without any advance in price. We notesalesof
)0, several hundred barrels good common brands from
Ie stores this morning at $4,50. The receipt price con-
f tinues at $4.372.
S Wehearof no sales of City Mills Flour, which is'
held at $4,621.
GRAIN.-Good red Wheats would command about
S 90 cts. Sales of white Corn, afloat, at 45 cts. and of
S yellow at 45 a 46 cts. Sales of Md. Oats this morn-
t ing at 31 cts.
S Flaxseed.-We note limited sales from stores at
$1,183. The wagon price continues at $1 per bushel.
t PROVISIONS-On Saturday and to day consid-
e erable transactions took place in barrel meats and al-
e so in Bacon, among which we n ote about 350 barrels
S new Mess Pork at $ 15; 200 barrels new Mess Beef
- at $12.50 cash; 75,000 Ibs new Baltimore cured Sides
Bacon at Scents, and 5000 lbs Hams of the same
S description at 10 cents. We are advised of sales also
- of No. I Best at $10.50 on 4 mos. In Western or
o Country cured Bacon we have heard of no transac.
. lions. New Westein assorted is held at 71 cents and
n Country cured at about the same price. The stock
of all descriptions continues very heavy. We have
Snot heard of any sales of Lard to day. The last trans-
actions in Western No. I were at 8 cents on time.-
SThe demand for Butter is confined to retail lots and
y we continues to quote Glades No. t at 1I to 21 cents,
No. 2 at 14 to 18 cents and No. 3 at 8 to 12 cents ac-
Scording to quality.
WHISKEY.-Limited sales of hhds. at 2012 cts. and:
of bbls. at 221 a 23 cts. The receipts for the last few
Says have been large, but most of it is stored, as the
. owners will not sell at present prices. The wagoat
price of bbls. is 18 cents.
BOSTON MARKET. F eb 6.
Coffee-The sales of the week embrace 1500 bangs Puerto
SCabello and Laguayra green llallj, and pale lagal c, 4,< a,.
Rio loue., the principal part to go out of the market; .'WI b ia
Java Government )lc; 100 do. Java cargo 13c; 1000 bags Aux
Cayes and St. Domingo 9a9iljc. pr Ib. 6 mote,
Fsh-tHnt little doing. Sales of MackerelI in small way,
No.1 at $14,25; No. 2 $13; No. 3$7.
Flour-An uncommon dullness has prevailed throughout
the week. Genessee, common brands, has sold in parcels at
$5,25, which is a little lower. In Soutlhera we have no sales.
whatever to report.
Grain-The market is exceedingly dull fer Corn, avd prices
onthe decline. Sales of yellow 54e. and&white 51c. A cargo
of Carolina sold at auction at 48ja5lc. per bushetl; Oats have
a also declined; sales of Southern 33ri36c. per bushiel.
Bides and Skins-Sales of 900 Montevideo, per Cadet, at a
price not public. Sale of 1500 Puerto CabeIllo laale. ed ad a
few hundred West India at 12e. per 111. 6 mos.
Sugars-Sales ot 3a,410 boxes Havana brown, various nqual-
ties, 7j-a5c; white is uasaleable. Sales of 50 hhds. Cuba
Muscovado, poor,e tOr export, Sc. per lb. 6 mots.-Datly .jdv.
MOBILE MARKET, Jan. 30.
Cotton-Thie transactions for thile week are 19,000 bales.
The market closing firmly atan a advance on the finer deacrip-l
Iions of At to tc. and on .those below lair of to I of a cent
above our last quotations. We are advised ofone snle of
choice cotton at IIJc. and there are some held in the market
since the arrival of the late news at IZ)c.
Bacon-We note the further receipt of newhBims and should.
ders. The former are offered at loal.e. some sales at 9, and
tire latter at 6a7c.
Flour--The circtmnstancels affecting the Nte- Orkanse aa
ket oir flour, added to the large receipts in, netsk. hive .t.
tended their influence here, and we note a ,airw of &l elaIwo
blsi, on the wharf at $5a -.
Lard-The article is dull and freely offered at Siag9c. Some
f sales by auction at 7a7(e. for a good article,
tVliskey-,This article hIa been without much demand end
prices are about ihe same, say 25a2.,c. forrectifed, and null.
Freights- Several engagements have been made to Liver-
pool at td. by American vessels and thia rate ss,, uii-n c,-n.
tended lor in British bottom, until yesterday %n-,, ita-y were
freely offered at 9,16d. one ship was taken up for Htavre at 1le.
and several for coastwise, Northern ports at t -Reg.

Daily Repulliean 0f1&-e. >.
(CINCINNATI, Feb. 4, IMIt. ,
The riser has risen about 6 feet within the last 04 hours,.
and .. ,Ir. di higher than it has been at any ime eines last,
splrin 1i... is probably from 25 to 30 feet in the channel
between this ily and L.ouisville.
Flour is dull at the Canal at $3,12a3,15.
Whiskey is very dull at 15 cta. which is lower, we bellevel,
lhan it has been in tlii city, (with c.,- e U 11,..i | .n,,,
been a great Whiskey market, say ".-', ) rm Ii I ,ce, aI sae
sold as low as 131 cts.
Lard is in fair demand at 6lia6c; we heard of a sale tnf 1000
kegs last Saturday at Ge. and of another of 500 kegs Monday,
city rendered, at 61c.
II.,-- : 1.T..,.. t .,-mi ., "..J l. ,re f,.h~ane .j.l r. percw t.
tht i. 1 n,. i, I I i j...., I~r, .lr..1 ., o ,,t,, .,,inna [.i 1500head,
il . !i %.. I ,... l.,J, .,...I :Jfi.l ssrl. e; u.lr th0se of
.-u ,.I ,,,.,,tr at,50, and those under at $3,25 per cwt.

CO-PA RT l:R- I,l ip NOIICE.
h1HZI UBSCl B'EERS nave this o.) formed a
..Co- Pa tnership undertheof firm BLISS & CAI.-
WELL,tor the purpose of conducting tire GROCERY
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS it This city, at
No. 53 Smith's wharf. HORACE BLISS,
WM. H. CALWELL.
Baltimore, Feb. 8, 1841.-9 d4t
CHE.SAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL
OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA, Feb'y. 8. 1841.
lIIHE repairs to the Locks on this Canal being
J. completed, the Canal will be opened for naviga-
tion during the present week.
S fe9 9 3t C NEWBOITD. Jr. Pr-.'t.
BALTI'lMORE CeAL CL iVAAN1.-
SGENERAL MEETItG of Ihe Sic.ckhold-
, ers eof this Compan ,ill t, |le hsl at lleirooice,
in Fayette street, on MON DAyV lhe 11 ol March
next, Ifrom ten till twelve o'clock, A. M. for thlie elec.
tion of Nine Directors, to manageI the concerns ol the
Company for one year, in compliance with the Char-
ter. WM. B. 8TUKES,
fe 9 dtlstM Pres3dent,












Xh2Z'l iifmaas^
PORT OF BALTIMORE.
from tre E.xchrage Readiiw Roam Boolt.ok.
ARRIVED,
Brig Gen. Sumter, Htobbs, 10 days from Charleston, salt, to-
bacco and sugar, to J. K. Randall. Reports the barque Inca,
for Rotterdam, having gone to sea 3d inst.
CLEARED,
Barque Mhry, Myrick, New Orleans, Clark & Kellogg; brig
Raymond, Levensaler, do. Win. Moore; achrs. Joshua Brown,
Williams, Mayaguez, P. It., Clark & Kellogg; E. A. Stevens,
Briggs, New York, J. W. Brown.
SAILED yesterday-Schr. Justina, Buckle. Pernambuco.
On Sunday-SlShip Europa, Bremen; barque Gen. larisnn,
Alexandria, D. C.; brigs Jane, Savannah; T. Street, Charles-
tnt; aohrs. Delaware, Laguayra; Fort Hill, Boston; Eliza Jane,
WVifninlitui, [N. C. and others.
At Matanzas, 23d oult. brig Ariel, Fit, i Baltimore soon,
and schr. Gazelle, Pierce, for do. ,tr.1 ".', I
The ship Cincinnati, Holbrook, of Baltimore from Rich-
mond, arrived at Havre previous to the 7th ult.
The barque Margaret Hugg, Hlugg, of and from Baltimore
for Rio de Janeiro, was spoken 20th ual. in lat. 20, long. 59.
The barque Rosalba, Spencer, 'from New Orleans, and schr.
Celeste, Johnaon, fromin New York for Baltimore, were in
Hampton Roads 5th inst.
The brig Harriet Brainard, Lemott, from Baltimore, arrived
at tI ilir..i.t .n. N C. 27iith ult.
'ri.t br, l. Tkn. hence for Boston,arrived at Holmes' Hole
3d last. and sailed next day.
The brig Chatham, tyder, for Boston; sehrs. Leonidas,Kelly,
for Cape Hayten, and Eurotas, Snow, tbr Portsmouth, N. IH.
from Blaltimore, were in Haaipton Roads 5th inst.
The schr. D B. Sn.ii, Boyce, of Baltinmoe, cleared at Mo-
bile 27tlh ult. for II ,Lria
The schr. E. P. Cohen, Tew, for Baltimore, went to sea
from Charleston 3d int.
The scht. Harriet, Weeks, for Baltimore, cleared at Savan-
nah 2d inst.
The schr. Charles M. Smithl, Totten, for Baltimore, cleared
at New York 5th inst.
BOSTON. Feb.6--Cl'a.ship Mason, Havana; barques Leo-
pard, East Indies; Neptune, Africa; Czarina, Htavana and Eu-
nope; Basabw, New Orleans; brig Dover, Baltmimore; scihr. No-
vember, Honduras.
PORTLAND, Feb. 4-Cl'd. sclir. Financier, Cuba.
NEW YORK, Feb. 7, nioon-CI'd. Win. G. Nye, Richmond;
Oeonee, New Orleans; Catharine, Charleston; Lion, Apala-
clicola; Cesar, St. Thomas; Gen. Stark, do; Wetumpka, Mo-
bile; Albion, Baltimore.
Arr. packet ship Emerald, from Havre Jan. 9th.
Packet ship Virginia, from Liverpool Jan. 5th.
Brig Wilson Fuller, from Savannah.
Revenue Cutter Jackson, from a cruise, has been absent 16
days. January 22d, spoke brig Chipola, from Cadiz; same
day, ship Republic, front Liverpool for New York.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 8-Below, brig Corinthian, from
New Orleans.
C'd. barque Navarre, Pernambuco; brig Mentor, Coast of
Africa; sehr. Cyrus, KingstLon,Janim.
ALEXANDRIA, Feb. 6--1'd. schlir. Laurel, New York.
CHARLESTON, Feb. 5-Arr.schr. Nainshong, from Turks
Island.
Sehr. Philanthropist, from Matanzas.
CI'd. Br. barque Isabella, Greenoek; sehr. Emelie, Cowes.
Feb. 5, nonn-CI'd. schr. Saratoga, Ragged Island.
SAVANNAH, Feb. 12-Cil'd. barque Agnes & Ann, Green-
ock; schr. Harriet. Baltimore.
Arr. Br. ship Magnificent, from Liverpool. Jan. '.u, il 2,.
long. 59,spoke barque Margaret Hugg, of and from Billiin.rf.-,
for Rio Janeiro.
Br. ship Sarah, from London; Br. barque Morgiana, Dundee.
Brig Romulus, from Providence.
Brigs Pandora, from Boston; Thoosa, Havana.
Feb. 3-ClI'd. Br. ship Helen Mar, Liverpool; ship Celia,
New York; Br. ba-il,, itf.I .'1-. La,,puol; Sir George
Provost, do; schr. L.I i i n, n.I-, A r,- irii i.
Arr. Br. barque Barlow, from Greenock.
Br. barque Romulus, from Greenock. Spoke 29th uat. in
lat. 3J N. long. 76 W. ship Sealoo, from Salem bound to Mo-
bile. 30th, in lat. 31 N. long. 78 W. brig Henrietta, of Port
land, from Matanzas, bondl to Boston, 4 days out.
Went to sea, schrs. Harriet, Baltimore; F. A. Tupper, Ha-
vana; North Star, Matanzas; Cape Fear, Boston,
Feb. 4-ClI'd. brig Win. Taylor, New York.
MOBILE, Jan. 30-CI'd. ship Mary Frances, New York.
MOBILE, Jan. 28-Cl'd. schr. Augusta, Havana.
Art. ship Elizabeth Frith, from Portsmouth, N. It.
Ships Arealus, from Charleston; Scotia, Arnsterdam.
Ships Rockingham, from Portsmouth; Angelo, New York.
Barque Tarbo, from Anisterdam.
Brigs Mary Kimball, fin Charleston; Mary Cecelia, V. Cruz.
Brigs Good Hope, fmn Rio Janeiro; U. B. Crane, St. Thomas.
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 28-CI'd. ship Louvre, A.twerp;
Br. ships Matuiew Bell, Liverpool; Ulverston, do; brig Cla-
rion, New York; Sp. polacre San Jose, Havana.
Arr. ship B. Aynmer, from Amstecrdanm.
Brigs Carroiton, from I -i1'.in..,n i mpion, Cedar Keys.
NEW ORLEANS, Ja.. j-i i d .11. Galen, Havre; brigs
Ligonia, Portsmouth; Copenhagen, Havana.
Arr, ship Columbus, from Newburyport.
Ship Shakspeare, from New York.

D OUBLOONS-A few Royal DOUBLOONS;
for sale by WM. MASON & CO.
fe 9 No 6 Spear's wharf.
REASURY NOTES wanted to purchase by
TTA&MBERT GITTINGC.
te 9 4V Exchan o. PI ,.
N EW kORK ant ?I FUIN loi stie by
PHILADELPHIA S PAIl0) & BRO.
fe 9 d6t 168 Baltimore street.
WEW k'ORK FUNuS, forsale by
N BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ste 9 Conmmerce st.
NEW YORK EXCHANGE.-A Dralt hor
$613,67, at one day .crr,f, I.r sale by
Ji ,I 'PH P. GRANT,
fe 9 3t No. 82 Bowly's wharf, 2nd story.
(ICE,-20 tierces prime, lor sale by
It fe 9 J. W. BROWN, Smith's wharf.
RUNES, in wood boxes, for sale by
fe9 J. CROSBY.
3 9 BBLS. Pernambuco White SUGAR; land-
9 ing and for sale by
fe 9 d4t J..T. CORNER & BRO.
1l i BALES FEATHERS- landing and for
I0 sale by J. J. CORNER bc BRO.
fe 9 d4t
BEEF ROUNDS-23 barrel, l.hi .,lt-,
B JNO.K. I.A N' I.L,
fe 9 104 Smnith's whf.
C 1-OI'T N--: I.,r- I,'ii it. ( 11,., ... I I.r,
Scale br sale by JOS. HANKEY,
fe 9 d4t corner Pratt st. iand Spear's wharf.
IGARS.-75,00u Havana CIGARS-For sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 9 P -85 Bowly's whf.
L LIl -- j" tI-l. l, ,,1.- 6hl--(. 1 l1l., [I.,-- ,int b,y
G WITHINGTON & EASTMAN.
fe 9 P 85 Bowly's whf.
IOWLS-5000 lbs. Jowls, well cured, tor sale.by
JOS. IHANKEY,
be 0 d4t corner Pratt st. andt Spear's wharf.
N^ A IlL I-3,," I, 1.i i.".I}'' *i/" I.- ... r .1n-
I I I I t, IIN & E iSTMAN,
fe 9 P 85 Bowlv's wvhF.
i L- 500 gal-i.. hi .- -H 1i,| ..i.. ,i ,- i "
sale by WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
Ie 9 P 85 Bowly's whItf.
R UlSSl.1 SH7':il'I ING (;' -Eil. o o eI. b.r-
ture, tfor sale by JOsEPH P. GRANT,
ie 9 61 2nd story, No 82 Bowly's wharf.
.A LAO] -.Nu. i N ,-lNi, ... Im 'tl i'r ..l )
GARLAND & lELWELL,
fe9 86 lowly's whf._
S-OAP-200 boxes Eastern Soap, for sale hy
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
he 9 P 85 Bowly'." wtof.
SOAP-No. I Soap, for sale by
GARLAND & ELWELL,
fe 9 860 Bwly's whf._
UjRANDY, in halt piles and hbts, landing trom
brig Boston, tor sale by
GARLAND & ELWEI.L,
fe 9 86 8 owly's whr.
B AK ANDi Pl lli'oN -, .,,, I,..:r ,t,,,,/
Sohi Pennsylvania Pig IRON; 5 tons hammer-
ed Bar IRON, lor sale by
fe9 LOWRY &. GILL,, No 75 Bowly's whf.
"lIRE BRICK FOR SALE.-I11,000 superior
.l" English Fire BRICK received by shlip Superb.for
sale by the subscribers. JOHN BARKER & SON.
fe 9 2aw2w
G ROUND N UTS.--Fresh Aircan. for sale ii
lots to suit purchasers, and lw te clonp, by
GEO. M. lt,1l li-inN.
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay et. ne'rt to Pratt.
i 1QIJOR1CE PASTE.-20 cases Sicily LI-
QUORICE PASTE, in store and tar sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
fe 9 d8t P No. 55 Smith's wharf.
MIOUL D CANDLES -150 boxes assorted sizes,
il for sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 9 P 85 Boawlv's whf.
N K. RUM, in hhds and bbls, landing from brig
*Boston, and bar sale by
GARLAND & ELWFLL,
fe 9 86 Brwly's whf.


UICE-34 tierces prime quality RICE, landing
M-from bri; Genl. Sumter, for sale by
THOSE. R. MATtHEWS,
fe9 ltd P t1 Bowly's whf.
BHEET IRON-30 bills. American ITREBLE
SHEET IRON, now landing, for sale by
PRATT & KEITH,
fe 9 Noa. 27 &I 29 South Charls st.
W HITE COFFEE-50 bags White Maracaibo
COFFEE, for sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe9 P 85 Bowly's whf.
J 1"1 BOXES POUNiD LUMP TOuBACCO-
5 V Low priced, just received and for sale by
CHS. GEHRMANN,
fe 9 Exchange Place.
1500 SACKS G. A. SALT, in handsome
orderlanding and for sale low from the
vessel, by J. J. CORNER bc BRO.
fe 9 d4t
$i7 0 ^TREA .SURY NOTES, hearing
$ 7 0 five per cent. interest, for sale by
PAIRO & BRO"
fe 9 d6t 168 Baltimore street*
ITNITED STATES, OR FRANKLIN
SBANK NOT ES will be taken at par for a very
valuable unimproved Lot oh Ground on Germuan,near
Hanover st. apply to ISAIAH MANKIN,
fe 9 4t P corner of Gay and Pratt sts.
B OWN SHERRY WINES-10 qT. casks
superior quality Brown Sherry-A very old and
rich WINE, for sale low to close by
WM. &.GEO- M cLEAN,
fe9 P Lombard near Light st.
FIEAS-Imperial, Young Hyson, Gunpowder.
1 Powchong and Souchong TEAS, part of extra
fine quality, on consianmeht and for sale by
WM%. & GEO. McLEAN, Com. Mer.
fe 9 P Lombard near Light st.
DOZEN PAINTED BUCKETS
100 10 dozen nests SUGAR BOXES, just re-
.ceived and for sale at the lowest market prices by
SPENCER ROWE, Jr.
'fe.9 70 Calvert sireet near Pratt.
0''" A LU AND FINE "ALI'--
G.* 150 sacks G. ALUM SALT
100 do Fine do
Landing ahd tfor sale by
WM. &GEO. McLEAN,
fe 9 P Lombard near Light at.
lI COPPER AND COCOA
S28.000 lbs Chili Pig COPPER
39.000 Guayaquil COCOA
55 bags Green Rio COFFEE, for sale by
HUGH BOYLE,
fe 9 d4t No. 57 Smith's wharf.
BHREAD LACES.- Received per Europa and
tfor sale on liberal terms,
16 Cartoons contg. a splendid "a.-orfrr-'.,rnt of
THREAD LACES, EDGING AND IN-.-tI1 INS
which will be sold very low to close consignment by
ERNEST A. HENNIGS & CO.
to 9 2252 Baltimore st.
" I A RY STUART, a tragedy, from the German
T of Schillar. By William Peter A. M.
ALSO-WILLIAM TELL and other Poems-
or sale by N. HICKMAN,
fe 9 No. 86 Batt. street.


BUTLER & WILLIAMSON,
COM M MISSION &. FORW \RDIN;NG MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
R EFER TO Erskine &. Eichelberger, BalIt.
RJ. Taylor & Son, more.
Riggs c Co. Phila-I
Morgan, Crutcher &; Co. delphia.
fe 9 2m
MONONGAHELA OLD RYE WHISKEY.
3 9 BBLS. five years old RYE WHISKEY,
3 shipped to a foreign port January llth, 1839.
The flavor is very fine, having the benefit of a sea
voyage-for sale by JAMES WILSON,
fe 9 Howard s.
HAVANA SEARS.
I 1 .OOOg SUPEI4OR Casadores and
SRegalias SEGARS,
40,000 Canones do., which will be sold low to
close lots by CHARLES GEHRMANN,
fe 9 Exchange Place.
1M OLASSES, West lndia and Sugar House-
lU 22 hhds frinidad, of very superior quality obr
retailing
15 tierces Baltimore Sugar House, do do-for
sale low in lots to suit by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
C HOCOLAT'E, SLICES, &c.-
500 boxes CHOCOLATE
t100oo kegs GROUND GINGER
50 do do PEPPER
to boxes FLOUR RICE
1000 Ibs CLOVES
20 bags PEPPER, received and for sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 9 P Lombard near Light st.
M ACE-In lam ge and small packages, prime arti-
IY cle; SALTPETRE-30 bags crude
FLAXSEEKD-12 casks
WRAPPING PAPER-250 Reams
PORT WINE-in qr. casks
SEGARS-Havana, Regalia. &c. entitled to
Debenture-For sale in lots to suit and low by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to P alt.
BEEF, BACON, &c.-
31 Bbls. PRIME BEEF
7 Do. No. 1, Do.
6000 Ibs. BACON, assorted Baltimore cured
A lot of JOLES
No. I LARD, in b!,s.
20,000 extra old Havana SEGARS, superior quality
and flavour, for sale hy
JOHN SULLIVAN & SON,
fe 9 d4t No.26 light st. whf.
CAS'T IltON 1101. LOW %ARE, &cr,-A
complete assortment of Hollow Ware, adapted
to the Southern and Western markets,
Anthracite Iron Castings, extra light
Danville patent Tea KETTLES
Waffle IRONS, andl American manufactured
Hardware, of superior finish
Pennsylvania Pig IRON,grey and high
do Bloom
3 pair French Bunr MILLSTONES, for sale by
HUGH BOYLE,
fe 9 eo8t No. 57 Smith's wharf.
ERMAN HARDWARE--Received per
Clementine, and for sale on liberal terms-
2 casks German LOCKS
2 do I do BRACES
3 do Coffee MILLS
3 do Lancaster and German LAMPS
1 dto DogCHAINS
1 do COMPASSES
2 boxes SCISSORS, assorted
3 dto Curtain ORNAMENTS
2 do do POLES.
ERNEST A. HIENNIGS & CO.
fe 9 2251 Bait. st.
B G. E'&TPING, No, 36 S. Gay at. offers for
B sale-
200 bags Gov't. Java COFFEE
175 bags Old While COFFEE
20 boxes Havana White SUGARS
17 sacks Guayaquil COCOIA
40 bbls New Orleans MOLASSES
7 hbds 5 bbls. Sugar House MOLASSES
8 bbls Nutmegs;25 baskets Champagne Wine
6 seioons Caracas INDIGO
50 half keg M ,I GRAPES
Madeira id "tly WINES,in bottles
Young Hyson, and Gunpowder TEAS, in
chests, half chests and boxes, &c. &c.
fe9 d

FIRST LIGHT DIVISION, M. V.
8 February, 1841.
HE First Light Brigade will assemble tbr parade
in South Gay street, and the Second Light Brig-
ade in North Gay street-
On MONDAY, 3d May, at 42 o'clock, P. M.
On MONDAY, 7th June, 4. o'clock, P. M.
On MONDAY, 131h Sept. 8 o'clock, A. M.
On TUESDAY, 19th Oct. 8 o'clock, A. 1M.
By order of the Major General.
CHARLES H. WINDER, Aid.
fe 9 RP law4w
s'TEAIMI BRICK PRESS FOR SALE.
A S the subscribers are now (.i.'ii.i i. ichine of
much larger capacity, they i-l, I .-.r 4]l. the four
mould BRICK MACHINE, used by them during the
last season.
This Machine, with the labor of seven men, four
boys, and one horse and cart, w ill turn out 1500 bricks
per hour on an average of 12,000 a day through the
season. The bricks are made otclay as it is dug from
the earth, which is thrown into the machine and car-
ried from thence dii.:r> to thekiln, antdI there set
ready lbr burning. Iii are of superior quality, ex -
act in size, remarkably true and square, the red bricks
making a very handsome front. The work is all done
under cover and consequently suffers no interruption
from the weather. SMITH & PROUD.
fe 9 2aw4w
U I- 'mt - ..I ia.n. I, i1m I. ., 1 h.. 1 t, .... .I i,
in Carroll county,about ten miles trom Westminister,
the County town,-eighteen to twenty miles from
Baltimore city, aid tour miles from Reisterstown; a
part ol the land, amply sufficient for all forming pur-
poses, is in timber; the residue is arable land, a lair
proportion of which is good Meadow ground, and now
well setin Timothy. The soil is naturally good-well
adapted to the growth of grain of all kinds, and upon
it plaster andt lime have both been found to actpowei-
fully. The Landt binds in part upon tie Falls, and has
also a large and unfailling stream of water with con-
siderable fall, running through it. The situation re-
maikably healthy,
There i upon the premises a small DWEL-
el I Ni, I-hl ",E, of stone, with the usual out-
i ltlll'1'-- a j; BARN on the Switser plan,
10i1 i., I.. l.) nh l) hl. c feel, he lowerstory of Stone
and .rn:,,iii.; Stalls for Horses and Cattle-the se-
cond o'i lt..ir and containing a Thrashing floor with
mows for grain, &c. oi either side.
The I and is susceptible of division into two or three
small farms, each of which would be well watered
and have a sufficient quantity of timber. The Farm
would be sold entire or divided to suit purchasers. An
unexceptionable title will be given. For a consider-
able portion of the purchase money, a liberal credit
will be allowed. The grain at present growing can be
potchased of the occupant at a fair price, end posses-
sion can be obtained on the first day ot April next.
Apply to U. S. HEATH, Baltimore.
(e 9 2aw4w
Ta CUAEPIT LPsTS.
A CHANCE FOR SPECULATION!!!
T lIE undersigned, wishing to change his business,
offers for sale, on .,.'i..rini, '.o .,,ir,. terms, Ihis
COAL LANDS AND R'll. IKiUlt,-known as
the "St. Clair Rail Road." The establishment, which
is well known in the whole Western and Southern
markets, embraces an extensive quantity of Coal, up-
on an almost unlimited base; a Road, in eood order,
with tile cars, horses, and all the necessary listit,,. l..r
an extensive business. It is now capable of bringing
to the debouchment, at the Ohio river, at least 4,000
bushels of Coal per cay. Has a very extensive patro-
nage. Several pieces of land, in lee simple, in con-
nexion therewith, and, with a small additional ex-
pense, may I.e r i.il .-m dl .- ,i..ml .. .i ivering, at the
Ohio river. ,.,, iid ii ..ev Pii.l..'ii.r, from SIX to
EIGH' TT;-li.",\MN) tlil Il-.l ',I'" COAL DAI-
LY.
This valhab'e property, being below the junction of
the Monongahela and \ ll.lhe,.m, livers, offers advan-
tages superior to any it un. H-.ii i T-a country.
The terms of sale will be reasonable, and such as
will amply repay any capitalist for his investment.
For particulars, apply (by letter) to either the un-
dersigned, or to Mr. George Ogideii, at the Wholesale
Drug Establishment ot Avery, Oglden & Co., corner of
Wood and Second streets, Pittsburgh.


JNO. M. SNOWDEN, JR.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 4, 1841. fe 9 dlw
CAPITAL
$ [1 D RIIq ALEXANDRIA LOT-
I.I t 7~~ LP7 TERY, for Internal Improve-
minent in the District of Columbia,-class No. 3 for
1841.-To he drawn at Alexandria, I). C., TO-DAY,
February, 9.h, 1841.-(D. S. Gregory 4 Co., Mana-
gers,)
SCHEME.
I PRIZE OF $10,000 1 PRIZE OF ?1."0R
1 $2,000 1 ' I;
1 $t,500 I $500
Tickets $3,-shares in proportion.
O2 000MA-h 10 PRIZES OF $1,500.
%P t Maryland Slate Lottery class
No. 8 tor 1841.-To be drawn at Baltimore, Md., on
WEDNESDAY, I-Lt.t,.iy 1lth, 1841.-(D. S. Gre-
gory 4 to., Malager" )
*sI'l LNi )II SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $20.000 1 PRIZE OF $2,500
1 "' $5,000 1 1 ..I
1 $3,0003 10 ,l,.j
Tickets $5,--shares in proportion.
03-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.
Managers, Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. fe 9
$1OE "0 TO-DAY,-(Tue~day,) I
$1 .0 V February 9'lt.-Tickets $3
shares in proportion.
$20,000,-And 10 prizes of $ 1,500.-WEDNES-
DAY, Febnuary 10th mntsant.-Tickets $5,-shares
in proportion.
$10,000,-And 70 prizes of $1,000,-THURS-
DAY, February llth. Tickets $5, shares in propor-
tion.
$10,000,-And 25 prizes of 91,500.-FRIDAY,
12th Feb. Tickets $4. shares in proportion.
$35,295,-And 40 of $1,500.-SATURDA VY, Fe-
bmuary 13in. Tickets $10,, shares in proportion.
For Prizes Apply at
CLARK'S,
MI'SEI''l hi. 1/.I.'1\;,
fe 9 P 1., % L I III .l.. .1 ,,.'.i ..
CHEAP IRISH LINENS.
UST received trom Atiuction, a Lot ot Irish Lin-
ens averaging from 371 to 75 cents-Also Damask
Table Linen and Napkins all sizes; Linen Sheetings
21 and 3 yds. wide: some extra fine with a large as-
sortment oh Cottont Sheetings and Long Cloth Shirt-
ings very cheap at the ci,- ,.1. of
Ji-lIII.-A ROYSTON,
No 57 Baltimore street,
fe8 P 1 door above Tripollet's Alley,
F R ESH SPRING iU.O S. IbL .Balttimore st.
We have received lromi lh- l'i,-l arrivals-
Super wool black, blue, and indigo green CLOTHS
GAM BROONS, plain and ribbed
Twilled silk pocket HANDKERCHIEFS
Linen cambric HANDKERCHIEFS, super
Ladies' KID GLOVES. -.r-iig ..r.rs
Genuine Manchester (.1 Nl- -H M%?, new patterns
White SATTEENS; French worked COLLARS
Super plain MOUS. DE LAINE, spring colors
With a variety of other desirable goods, for sale
wholesale and retail by
lob 8 lwLEWIS & LEVERING.
BACON.
500 00 LBS ASS'D WESTERN
BACON-For sale by
fe 5 8t CRAWFORD & CARSON,


FIRE INSURANCE.
PIHE UNDERSIGNED, AGENT 6P THE
.- FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF
PHILADELPHIA, continues to take risks upon
every description of property, either in town or coun-
try. He would call the attention of property holders
particularly to the subject of perpetual insurance-A
mode of insurance successfully adopted by the Com-
pany he represents, and which has become very gen-
eral in Philadelphia. The mode is this. To insure a
substantial brick dwelling or store, the proprietor
would deposit with the Company, (according to the
character and situation of the building,) from 25 to 32
per cent. upon the amount intended to be insured. As
long as this deposit remains with the Company, the
insurance continues without the trouble of an annual
renewal.
The deposit may. be withdrawn at any time with a
deduction of five per cent, and the policy cancelled.
This mode of insurance, besides avoiding'the trouble
of renewal and the risk of omission, will be found to
be much cheaper than the ordinary mode. For in-
stance-a first rate dwelling would be insured to a-
mount of $5,000 by a deposit of 22 per cent. say
$125, the annual interest on which would be only
$7.50-whereas insurance on the same house would
cost by the ordinary mode, at the veiy lowest rate,
the annual premium of $12.50.
The undersigned also takes risks in the usual mode
on as favorable terms as any other office.
The CAPITAL of the Company is $400,000,
all paid in anmi invested in the most substantial man-
ner : and certainly this Institution stands second
to no similar one in the United States, in point of
credit or character. It is under the control of the
following board of Directors.
CHASE. N. BANKER, President.
Jas. Schott, Fred'k. Brown,
Thos. Hart, Jacob R. Smith,
Thos. J. Wharton, Gen. W. Richards,
Tobias Wagner, Mordecai D. Lewis.
Saml. Grant,
CHAS. G. BANCKER, Secretary.
Applications for insurance will be received at allbu-
siness hours, and immediately attended to by
FRANCIS H. SMITH,
Lombard st. opposite the
Custom House.
F. H. S. is also agent for the NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE & IRlliIr COMPANY, and pre-
pared to make insurance on lives, grant annuities and
sell endowments, fe 9
F itOR SALE OR LEASE-The property on
which is situated the BALTIMORE CHEMI-
CAL WORKS-Fronting
284 feet on Columbia street,
260 do Cove street,
540 dto Ramsay street,
Will be sold or leased in lots to suit purchasers. En-
quire of JOHN ELLICOTT,
at S. & P. T. Ellicott's,
No. 5 Ellicott street,
fe 9 2am8t P Light street wharf.
SIOUNAT'Y PLACES-Three, containing Irom
09 to 40 acres each for rent for a term of years, or
for sale at a reasonable prices. One of the above is
situated within and two without the city limits, and
all within a very short distance from it. Situations
healthy, and soil very good and well adopted to mar-
ket, or dairy FARMS. And with small expense
eould make desirable Country residences.
Stocks and other security or property would be ta-
ken in payment. Enqure,
ELDER, GELSTON & CO.
fe 9 opposite Western Bank, Eutaw st. No. 10.
ITUATION WAN'I'ED by a person well
S qualified to take charge of a set of BOOKS or to
act as Salesman in a Commission or Grocery Ware-
house. In the last named business he has been many
years largely engaged, and in either would be de-
sirous ot making himsell useful; his connections in
the States of Maryland and Virginia are large and in-
fluential. Apply at this office. eod8t* fe9
ERVANT BOY FOR HIRE-His masters
S desirous of getting him a good place and would
hire him on moderate terms. The Boy is 18 years
old; a first rate House Servant, and has been brought
up as such, who can do any kind of business tie is put
at. Persons wishing to hire will call at this office tfor
information, fe 9 4t
FOiR NEW ORLEANS-New Line-
I To sail This Day-The A. 1. coppered and
copper fastened brig RAYMOND, Leveoseller, mas-
ter; will take what light freight may offer and sail
as above. Apply to WM. MOORE,
fe 9 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
FORST.MARKS & POR'i'LEON
t -Regular Line-The copperedschr. PANTA-
LOON, Capt. Webster. For freight or passage ap-
ply to THOSE. HOOPER,
fe 9 5 Spear's wharf.
FOR MOBILE-REGULAR LtNE-The
& coppered schr. JAMES FISHER, W. Smith,
master. For freight or passage apply to
fe 9 THOMAS Hit,'l'l R, 5 Spear's wharf.
FOtt UI-HARLESBTON, S. C.-Iosail
am on Friday--ho fast sailing copper fastened
schr. EWARKEE, Martin; is now ready to receive
cargo, and will sail as above. For freight or passage,
at the lowest rates, apply to
JOS. HANKEY,
ie 9 Corner Pratt st. & Spear's wharf.
FOR CHARLES'-TON-The superior
a fast sailing packet schr. TOM WOOD, Cap-
tain Symonds; will have despatch. For freight or
p'ise apply to
1 Hi'. WHITRIDGE,12 & 13Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
fe9 P
FOR SAVANN AH-The line brig EL.
AEANOR, Capt. Jones. For fieight or pas-
sage, apply to JNO. K. RANDALL,
fe 9 P 104 Smith's wharf.
FOR BOSTON- T'he brig VICTOR,
Whipple, master, will sail this day. For the
bulk oft 200 brls. apply to
fe 9 J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's whf.
-FOR :BOSTON- Regular Commercial
TLii-.-The packet brig BOSTON, RIt. C.
.,l,,r., ii..i.-r; will have despatch. For freight or
passage apply to tne Captain on board, or to
THOS. RI. MATTHEWS,
fe 9 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
FOR NEW YORi-Cooley's ltegular
Line-The schr. CHIEF, Capt. Lombard; can
tase thie bulk of 150 to 200 barrels. Apply to
W. RHOADS,
le9 d3t P 61 Smilh's whf.
kot t NEW Olt..-T-'od. h.-.i.r
& Line-The fine schr. SARAH At L'.Li.IA,
Capt. W'ildten; having the greater part of her cargo
engaged, will meet with despatch. For freight apply
to J.W. BROWN,
fp 9 P 59 Smith's wharf.
FOR NEW YORLK-Oid Regular Line
A -The superior copper fastened brig GALVES-
TON, Burr, master; can take 'he bulk 150 barrels, it
offered this day. For freight apply to
ISAIAH MANKIN,
fe 9 P corner Gay 8c Pratt sts.
I lOIL PHILADELPHIA--Hand's (a-
,:,n L,,, e.-'-The regular line schooner INDEX,
Reed, master. For freight apply to
j.:W. BROWN, .
fe 9 P 59 Smith's wharf.
"FOR NORFOLK AND PE'IcTERS-
BURG--Regular Line-To sail on Thursday
-Thie line schr. THOS. DAIL, Gtiffitt', master; is
now lading at head of Spear's wharfand will sail as
above. For freight apply on board, or to
Jt)S. HANKEY,
ft 'm Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKET--HOoPER'S OLD LINE-To go to
tie wharb without lizhtering-To sail on Thursday-
The schr. F.\ I MI i-. ;. Capt. Edmondson; now loading
at Spear's whari. For balance freight apply to
THOMAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jamesp Hooper & Sons. fe 9
[ NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKETS--New Line-To go to Petersburg
whari-To sail on Wednesday--The line schr. OLIVE
BRANCH, Mitchell, master; is now loading at u'-
Donnell's wharL. For Ireight apply on board, or to
WM. MOt)RE,
fe 9 corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
] RICH MOND PACKETS--New Line
S -First Vessel-The line schooner JOHN
BARR, Flowers, master; is now loading at the head
of Smith's whart, and will sail as above. For Ireight
apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
fe 9 Corner Smith's wharf and Pratt at.
4FOR RICIHMOND, DIRECT-Hoop-
ER'S tOLD LINE-To sail To-morrow-The
packet schr. FOX, Capt. Harrington; (being detain-
ed) will sail as above. .\p'l'i, ,-,, hoard, or to


i" H tl.A-' HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper & Sons. fe 9
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
A copper fastened and coppered BRIG of 1400
bbls.
A Baltimore coppered SCHR. of 1000 bbls.
do do do 700 do
Two Eastern SCHRS. of 800 bbls.; all in or-
der tor any voyage. Apply to
W. RHO\DQ,
fe 9 d5t P 61 . a ,h It iti",N .
SJFOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
S The last sailing copper fastened schr. T. R.
BETT'ON, burthen 1)00 bbls., Sam'l. M. Travers,
master; now ready to receive cargo.
THOSE. HOOPER,
fe 9 d4t 5 Spear's wharf.
WANTED-A good VESSEL to load lor
i N.- York. Apply to W. RHOADS,
te u 61 Smith's wharf.
SWANTED-A good Vessel of about 1800
j bbls. to load lora Southern port. Alrilv to
WM. MlI-i.L,
fe 9 Corner Smith's whart and Pratt st.
WANTED TO CHARTER-A Vee-
I l ot 150 tons, to load in James River for tne
Mediterranean. Apply to
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe _9 6t ___ _ Exchange Place.
f -01 y E 0. ti\\ L.1.A;95S-K. ..iii .lire
3 .-I B.m m-.,.- ai t a .N. % 11lr.,1 I'orl. r.-lr.e
b,.1.,,. Sn1.liot'N SALTUS, Capt,Gray; is now
ready to receive cargo, and will be despatched soon,
with what freight may offer.
fe 8C (LARK & KELLOGG.
FREDERICKSBURG PACKETS-
Regular Line--The regular packet schr. EM-
PIRE, Capt. J. North; is 'oA li.'ti" her the above
port and landings on the It npl..i...-:1 river, and
having the one-halt or more .l -ti, I.. ];Pi engaged,
will have quick despatch. Freight, at usual packet
rates,-fbr which apply to
GEO. W. FORD,
fe 8 d4t 8 Light st. wharf.
f FOR NEW YORK-Despatch Line-
The regular packet schr. VICTORY, Pen-
eld, master; will have quick despatch. For freight
or passage apply to THOMAS WHITRIDGE,
fe 6 d P 12 and 13 Bowly's whart.
f PFOR ALEXANDRIA s GEORGE-
Li, IO N, D. C.-Regular Line-The schooner
.\ HK %N'', Porter, master; will have despatch.-
For freight apply on board Frederick st. wharf, or to
W. RHOADS,
fe 6 d3t 61 Smith's wharf.
IMPORTANT TO BUYERS.
A STOCK OF BLACKSMITHS BEL-
LOWS for sale 15 per cent below the cost to
manufacture to close the concern, sizes from 30 to 40
inches, warranted in every respect. Purchasers are
particularly invited to call and examine them before
purchasing, as they will be sold at such prices as will
make it an object. Apply early in Water street near
Light street, over the Blacksmtth Shop of William
Simpson, d3w* fe a


CONCERT.
i tR. KOSSOWOSKY. PIANIST, respectful-
Jl y aninounces to iti, Public that hlie will give a
Concert in this city on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
the 17th inst. The p-rticulars ot which will be given
hereafter, fe 9 eo4t
rn HE RESTORED.
I knew a loyely, gentle girl,
With bright blue eyes and auburn hair,
Which fell in many a straggling curl
Upon a brow surpassing fair;
And half beneath the silken lash,
Appeared the soft and brilliant eye,
Rivalling the lightning's vivid flash
When billowy clouds obscure thesky.
She was a being formed for love,
Cast in perfeetion's beauteous mouldl-
One, with affection's fire would move
An Anchorite's heart, should he behold;
But, ab! short time had passed away,
Ere that sweet flower had lost its bloom,
And she who lately was so gay,
Appeared fast hastening to the tomb-
CONSUMPTION, with its withering breath,
Seemed to have marked her for its prey.
Tell me, oh! tell me, shall rude Death
So soon take one so lair away?
No! though Physician's boasted skill
Is useless here, there is a power
Will give relief, when quackery's pill
Would only hasten Death's dread hour:
Thy Hoarhound Candy, Pease, will save
(And many shall its virtues prove)
'lihat fondly loved one from the grave,
Restoring her to life and love.
Ahi, happy thought!-the trial's made,
Its good effeetsthey quickly see-
That stricken flower shall not yet fade,
Thlaks to thy Candy, Pease and thee.
Go then, Consumptives,one and all-
Ye to whom health and life is sweet-
At Pease's store now quickly call,
At 45 Division street. S. D.
g,-PEASE'S CANDY has been patronized and re-
commended by Drs. Cheeseman, Watts, Beldon, Nel-
son, Rodgers, Berger, Hardenbrook, Freeman, Stee-
vens, Childs, Delafield, Brighton,besides a great num-
ber of others, as an excellent remedy hbrCoughs,Colds,
Hoarsenesss, Pain in the Breast, &c., any many these
diseases which, it not checked, generally lead to
CONSUMPTION AND DEATH.
f3Each package of the genuine has tl.e signature
of the original inventors and proprietors, "J. Pease &
Son. No 45 Division street." ASK FOR PEASE'
CANDY, and you wont be deceived by fictitious and
spurious imitations, which are becoming as "thicK as
blackberries."
For sale, wholesale and retail, by TURNER, No.
10 NORTH ST., who is sole Agent for the State, and
will appoint agents in any town in the Slate on the
most advantageous terms, bfe 9 tf
WTAS COMMIT'I'ED to the Jail ot Baltimore
SCity and County, on the 27th of January 1841,
by Jas. Barnard, jr. Esq. a Justice of the Peace, in
and for the City of Baltimore, a negro woman, as a
runaway, named MARTHA ANN ROBINSON.
She is of dark complexion, 4 feet 10 inches in eighth,
and about 20 or 25 years of age, says she belongs to
Edward Dorsey, Esq. of Baltimore County. Had on
when committed, a dark red calico frock, green meri-
no cape, blue cotton head handkerchief, check apron,
cotton uuderdress and old coarse shoes. She has large
scars on each side ofthe face near the ears, occasion-
ed by the King's Evil.
The owner (it any) of the above described negro
woman, is requested to come forward, prove proper-
ty, pay charges and take her away, otherwise she
will be discharged according to law.
D. HERRING, Warden,
fe 9 law9w__ Balt. City and County Jail.
TNPIIE Dl:D N'i'T D LUCIK I AT fit )I LI'S
UL PRIZE DEPOT, (Opposite the Baltimore and
Ohio Rail Road Depot.)
Combination 11 29 76-a Prize of $1,000.
Do. 46 68 73-a Prize of $300.
Both sold in the Virginia Mononmgalia Lottery, class
A drawn on Saturday, Feb. 6. The following are the
drawn Nos.
11 68 29 26 46 73 25 12 76 48 41 9 42.
Combination 59 60 42-a Prize of $1,000, in the
Maryland State Lottery, class 6, drawn Feb. 3rd.
All the above prizes were sold at this lucky office,
with numerous others of less denomination, last week.
All persons wanting prizes will please apply at Doyle's
ever lucky office. The following are the Canitals of
the splendid Lotteries that will be drawn this week:
TO-DAY, Alexandria Lottery. Class 3, Capital
Prize $10 000,-Whole Tickets $3, Halves $1,50,
Quarters 75 cents.
On WEDNESDAY, the Maryland State Lottery
will be drawn, Capital Prize $20,000.-Tickets $5.
On THURSDAY, Alexandria Lottery, capital prize
$10 000, and 70 prizes of $1,000. Tickets $5.
On FRIDAY. Consolidated Lotteries of Maryland,
Capital prize $10,000.-Tickets $4, shares in pro-
portion.
On SATURDAY, the splendid Virginia Wellsburg
Lottery, will be drawn. Capital Prize $35,295, mak-
ing net $30,000.
BRILLIANT SCHEME.
1 PR!ZE OF $356,2951 1 PRIZE OF $3,500
1 do. 10,000 1 do. 3,035
I do. 6,000 1 do. 3,000
1 do. 4,000 40 do. 1,500
Tickets only $10,-shares in proportion.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers by
the package, single ticket, or share. A liberal discount
made to persons who purchase by the package. All
orders from the country or elsewhere, addressed to
MICHAL DOYLE, No. 24 Pratt street, Baltimore,
will receive the same prompt attention as if on per-
sonal application. le 9
THE MOS-T SUPERIOR MUTTON EVER
OFFERED AT MARKET.
The subscribers purchased tl
trrom that distinguished breed-
er. Major Philip Reybold,
New' 'Castle Co., Del., a lot
ofat" BEET', which they prc-!f
ounce to be without question, tmhe finest ever offered
in the Baltimore orany othermarket in America.
They will be exhibited alive in Exchange Square at
one o'clock, and in Monument Square at two o'clock,
on Tuesday. They will be slaughtered on Thursday,
and may be seen at J, M. Turner's Slaughter House,
Hampstead Hill, on Friday. They will be tfor sale, at
the Centre Market, on Saturday, when the public
will have offered to them a lot of Mutton, which wil
be at once pronounced superior to any ever offered
before. STERLING THOMAS,
Ie8 C*P*S*R* d6t J.M. TURNER.
F. W. DAMMANN.
IMPORTER OF GERMAN DRY GOODS,
No. I South Charles street, up Stairs.
AS received by late arrivals and offers for sale
on cheap terms, the fo allowing assortment of
seasonable DRY GOODS.
BURLAPS No. 1,2, and 3
Tecklenburgs and WESER LINEN
A full assortment of Cotton HOSIERY, viz.
Women white, black and colored Cotton HOSE
Mens white, brown, blue mixed and black Cotton
half HOSE
Chiidrens HOSE, &c.
4 cases Cotton GLOVES and SHAWLS
2 cases Silk and Cotton fancy SHAWLS
6 cases Pullicat, Madras, and Foulard HDKFS
1 case Silk Velvets and Silk and Cotton VEST-
INGS
Black Silk Mantua RIBBONS
Cotton TAPES, No. I11,17 atid 25
2 cases OIL CLOTH
-ALSO-
50 boxes TUMBLERS different kinds, ahd
25 batrels best quality STARCH
fe 8 d2w _
A N ACT to incorporate the Washington Tenm
perance Society of Baltimore.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That William K. Mitchell, John F. Hoss,
Archibald Campbell, David Martin, David Anderson,
Daniel A. Piper, James McCurley, Robert Neilson,
John Werdebaugh, John Atlee, George Stears, Elijah
Stunsbury, Thomas L. Murphy, John Wright, Fran-
cis Gallagher and others, whio now are or may here-
after become members of said Society, and their suc-
cessors, are hereby declared to be one community and
body corporate by the name, style and title of the
Washington Temperance Society of Baltimore, and
by that name they shall be ant are hereby made able
and capable in law to have, receive and retain to
them and their successors, properly, real and person-
al, also devises and bequests of any person or persons,
bodies corporate or politic, capable of making the
same; and the same to dispose of or transfer, at their
pleasure, in such manner as they may think proper:
Provided always that the said corporation shall not,
at any time, hold or possess property, real, personal
or mixed, exceeding in value the sum of one thousand


dollars, other than that which may be invested in a
Hall to be erected for the purposes of the Society.
Sec. 2 And be it enacted, That the said corpora-
tion, and their successors, by the name and title
aforesaid, shall be capable, in law, to sue and be sued,
plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered un-
to, defend and be defended, in all or any Courts of
Justice, and before all and any Judges, Officers or
persons whatsoever, in all and singular actions, mat-
ters or demands whatsoever.
Sec. 3. And be it enacted, that the said corpora-
tion shall have power to boldh stated meetings;
to establish and put into -\.eiii:.i,. alter or abolish
such by-laws, rules and i, -,,ii .,i. ?, as to them shall
seem most conducive to the interests of the Society:
provided the same shall not be contrary to the laws of
this State or of the United States.
Sec 4. And be it enacted, That nothing in this act
shall be so construed as to authorise the said corpo-
ration to issue any note, token, device or other evi-
dence of debt to be used as a currency.
Sec. 5. And be it enacted, That the right is hereby
expressly reserved to the Legislature at its pleasure
totamend or annul this act of incorporation.
Sec. 6. And be it enacted, That Ihis act shall ensure
for thirty years unless sooner repealed by the General
Assembly.
State of Maryland, to wit:
We certily that the aloregoing is a true copy of the
Act entitled "an Act to incorporatle the Washington
Temperance Society of Baltimore," which passed the
General Assembly of Maryland at December session,
one thousand eight hundred and foity.
Given under our hands at the City of Annapolis
this 30th day of January, 1841.
GEORGE G. BREWER,
Clerk of House of Delegates, Md.
JOS. H. NICHOLSON,
Cleik of Senate, Md.
NOTICE.-The Executive committee ot the
L Washington Temperance Society, gives notice
that the Books will be opened on Wednesday morn
ing, at nine o'clock, at Union Hall,and continue open
until three, and will be re-opened at the differentaux-
:ii ,nii,,t.Tii. .dilficient amount ofstock be subscribed
i...r ]i. c,.:|ffl.i ii of the Hall.
The shares to be $10 each, $1 to be paid at the
time ofesubscribing, and the balance of $1 for each
month until paid, of which due notice will be given
hereafter.
The public generally are invited to attend.
Major E. Stansbury, Dan'l. Bixler,
David Carson, Rob't. Neilson,
Win. Reese, Joel Wright,
James McCurley, David Martin,
John T. Brown, Joseph Bonn,
David E. Thomas, Peter Wells.
fe8 4t P
TUMBLERS AND BOTTLES.
T HE subscribers have on hand and offer for sale
Slow to close sales.
7 boxes, heavy 1-3 pint TUMBLERS
40 do do pint do
35 do light pint do
5 do heavy pint do
5 do do do taper shape
50 Hampers Pint Porter Bottles
50 do Quart do do
80 do do Ale do
BRAUNS & FOCKE,
fe 8 No. 190 1 Baltimore st,


BALTIMORE MUSEUM, .,
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS.
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
THE Public are respectfully informed that ar-
rangements have been made to present a series of
CONCERTS,
AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS;
In which will appear, Mrs. CHAS. HILL, Miss
ROCK, Mrs. RICHARDSON, Mr. WALTON and
Mr. CHAS. HILL.-Mr. PERCIVAL will preside
at the Piano Forte.
THIS EVENING, February 91bth, 1841.
The Entertainments to commence with a Musical
Piece, called the
TWO QUEENS.
Mrs. C. HILL will dance the beautiful POLISH
KRACOVIENNE, A LA CERITO.
After which, a Grand Miscellaneous
CONCERT.
8lr-For particulars see bills.
To conclude with the Laughable Farce of
MRS. WHITE.
Incidental to the Piece, A COMIC DUETT, and
a MOCK PAS DE DEUX.
PHRENOLOGY.-Mr. TYLOR, will give Exa-
aminations with Charts, during the Evening at the
Museum.
. FANCY GLASS BLOWING.-By Mr. SILLS,
during th- Evening.
qc.-Mr. B. HODGES will take PROFILES, with
accuracy, every Evening, on moderate terms.
Ot-Saloon performance to commence at 7j o'clock,
precisely.
No postponement on account of the Weather.
0jr-Admittance to the Museum and Saloon FIFTY
CENTS.- Children Half Price. fe 9
A. LEGRAND & DELMOTTE AINE.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH GOODS,
No. 78 BEAVER STREET,
ja30 dl2_?* NEW YORK.
DOUCHET & LEGENNE;
86 BEAVER ST. NEW YORK,
HAVE RECEIVED by late arrivals, a good as-
sort3;ent of Goods for the season, consisting of,
Black Drab D'ETE
Plain black and blue black BOMBAZINES
Figured Bombazines, light colours
do do black and blue black
Printed MOUSELINE DE LAINE
Plain CHECKS, blue, black and colored
Printed CHALLYS
New style Worsted GOODS, for gentlemen's wear.
fe 6 dim*
SISSOLUTION.-The Partnership between the
subscribers, under the firm of ISAIAH KROE-
SEN & CO. expired by limitation, on the 1st day of
January last. The business of the late firm will be
closed by I Kroesen, who is hereby fully authorised
to use the signature of the firm for that purpose.
ISAIAH KROESEN,
5th Feb. 1841. ALONZO LILLY.
SAIAH K. KROESON, having purchased the
stock of the late firm ofI. Kroesen & Co., will
continue the Dry Goods Jobbing business, at same
stand; No. 229 Balto. street. fe 5
C O-PARTNERSHIP.-The subscribers have
this day formed a Co-Partnership under the firm
of F. DONOP & CO., forthe purpose of carrying en
the MERCHANT TAILOR BUSINESS, in all its
branches. F. DONOP.
G. STROHMEYER.
F DONOP & CO. offer for sale on accommodat-
ing terms, a great variety of fashionable Gentle-
men's Clothing-Stocks, Cravats, Umbrellas, Gloves,
&c. Also, a handsome assortment of articles general-
ly kept in a furnishing store.
They will also attend with care and despatch to
any orders the public will please to extend to them
and all articles made by them will be warranted to fit
with elegance. Light Street, opposite
fe 8 d6(t Beltehoover's Hotel.


DISSOLUTIoN.
S HE COPARTNERSHIP heretolore existing
tinder the name ot CLAP, COLE & CO. was
dissolved by its limitation on the first inst. fe 8
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE UNDERSIGNED have this d(lay associ-
ated together under the name of COLE &
MORRISON, and will continue the Hat Manufac-
turing in allits varieties, at the late stand of Clap,Col
& Co. WILLIAM P. COLE.
fe 8 4t HUGH J. MORRISON.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE subscribers haye this day formed a CO-
PARTNERSHIP, for the transaction of a "Gen-
eral Furniture and Commission Business" under the
firm of FURLONG & FANNING, and solicit the
patronage of their friends and the public generally.-
Their stock of FURNITURE consists of a well se-
lected assortment ot Mahogany Secretaries;Sideboards;
Bureaus,; Sofas; 'Fables; Washstands, &c. &c.
ALSO, Bedsteads; Mattresses, &c. of different qual-
ities-all of which will be sold lower than can be pur-
chased at any othiei establishments in the city.
LAWRENCE FURLONG.
D. 0. FANNING.
No. 30 South Charles st.
N. B. Constantly on hand *large and full assort-
ment of Eastern Rocking; Nurse; and Common Chairs;
Tables; Washstands, &c. &c. Also Baltimore do. do.
do., for the supply of dealers. F. & F.
Baltimore, February 3, 1841. le 8
NOTICE.
HE business heretofore known and conducted
uner the style and firm ofDIFFENDERFFER
& CARTER will be continued under the firmof H.
DIFFENI)ERFFER & CO.
H. DIFFENDERFFER,
fe 8 3t E EDWARDL. CARTER.
WANTED.
BALTIMO RE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD
U M.Li H \INll'" BANK and
FIREMENS' INSURANCE STOCKS.
-FOR SALE-
MERCHANTS' BANK STOCK.
BENJ. ELLICOTT, Second street,
next to the Firemen's Insurance Office.
fe 6 d4t
JACOB P. MILLER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 12 Spear's wharf.
ESPECTFULLY tenders his services for the
R purchase or sale of all kinds MERCHANDISE.
fe 6 4t
'i'MOMAS W. SEARS & CO.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MER-
CHANTS,
No. 8 CENTRAL WHARF, BOSTON.
Thos. W. Sears. Henry Robins.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Re-
fer to Garland & Elwell, Baltimore.
oc 21 P eo6m
BOARDING HOUSE,
HEAD OF HOWELL'S WHARF.
RS. ELIZA M. KIDDALL can accom-
modate a few more Boarders in the house for-
merly occupied by the late Col. Tennant, Thames
street, Fell's Point. 2aw3m de 19
N1MROD BANTZ.
PRODUCE AND GENERAL t-IMMISSION
MERCHANT.
North East Corner Howard and Pratt streets, Balto.
ja 21 ______eo3m______
AIL ROAD NOTES, bought at the lowest
R discount by H. WIGMAN,
he 4 opposite Post Office.
UIilLADELPHIA FUNDS WANTED-
Checks and Bank Notes on Philadelphia wanted
fe 4 by JOHNSTON &LEE.
E^ W YORK, )
N PHIIADELPHIA FUNDS-Wanted by
and VIRGINIA
CARTER, MORTON & CO.
135 Baltimore st.
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES for sale. ja25
trO DOUBLOONS, VIZ-
AWXP 150 ROYAL
70 PATRIOT, for sale by
J. G. CHAPPELL,
fe 8 d4t 83 Smith's whf.
600 GUNNYF BAGS, very strong and
Sluheavy, and extra size, say 48 by 30 in-
ches, suitable for covering Rio Coffee-Just received
ant for sale by J. G. CHAPPELL,
fe 6 eo4t 83 Smith's wbhf
EEF-4t0 bbls No. I and Prime BEEF,justre-
drawn and inspected here. It is oftexcellent
quality and in first rate order, and will be sold low if
applied for soon.
fe 8 P d4t ELDER, GESTON & CO.
LACE GOODS.
IDE VALENCIENNES LACE, new
style,
Wide and Narrow Thread LACES, superb patterns,
6 4 and 8.4 Brussels NETT, plain and figured,
6-4 Black and White Fillet NETT, tor veils,
ALSO.
New Style figured Berlin MUSLIN, for party dresses,
Wide and extra wide Figured and Plain Swiss MUS-
LINS.-Just opened by
JOHN A. ROCHE,
fe 5 No. 52 Hanover st.
BACON, LARD, &c.
5000 LBS. PRIME BACON
00 1500 do LARD
3 tons BROOM CORN, and
BAKER'S BEST FLOUR. For sale by
SAM. MACPHERSON,
fe 5 4t Commerce st. whf.
TOBACCO, BACON &cc.-
3 3 bhhds, Wrapper Leaf Kentucky Tobacco
30,000 bis. prime assorted BACON
150 kegs No. I LARD
150 do No. 2 BUTTER. For sale by
JOHN SULLIVAN & SON,
fe 6 4t No. 26 Light st. whf.
OFFICE OF MARYLANI) INS. COMPANY,
3rd February, 1841.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
1 President and Directors have this day declared a
dividend of Ten Dollars, per share, payable at this
office on and after MONDAY the 15th inst.
The Stockholders of this Company are also notified
that they are required by the Charter to renew their
notes during the present month; 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 tmhe hours
of 10 and 12 o'clock. By nrder,
fe 3 41* ps WM PARTILOW. Sec'y.
OFFICE OF THE NEPTUNE INSU-j
RANCE COMPANY, 1st Feb'y. 1841.
N MONDAY, the 8th inst. between the hours
of 10 a nd 12 o'clock, A. M. an election of Twelve
Directors of that Institution, for the ensuing year,will
be held.
The President and Directors have declared adivi-
dend of seven and a half dollars per sharefive of which
will be paid to the Stockholders or their Representas.
ties, on or alter the 15th instant, at the Mechanics'
Bank, and two and a half dollars, will be added to the
Stock agreeably to the Charter.
fe 2-eo4t P CHR'AN. MAYER, Pres't.
OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN INSURANCE
CO. OF BALTIMORE, 1st February 1841. 5
r HE President and Directors of the American
Insurance Company of Baltimore,have declared
a dividend ot seven and a half dollars per share, one
third of which is to be added to the Capital accord-
ing to charter, and five dollars payable to the Stock-
holders at the Bank of Baltimore, on or after the 8th
inst. A.J. SCHWARTZE,
fe 2 eo4t P President.
F OR LEASE FOR 99 YEARS.-I am au-
thorised to lease a vacant lot of ground on the
east side of High street, distant about 26 feet 6 inches
South from Pratt street, having a front on High street
of about 45 feet, and a depth, varying from 52 feet Io
56 heet. This LOT will be leased for 99 years re-
newable forever on application to
CHAS. FARQUHARSON, Agent.
fe8 d4t* No. II Fayette street,


,PUBLIC SILES.
By 1wm. G. liarrison.
O'DONNELL'S WHARF,
THIS DAY, the 19th instant, at 11 o'clock, at the
warehouses O'Donnel's whart, bor account of whom
it whom it may concern,
SHHDS.NO. 0. SUGAR
1 _H ____ WM. G. HARRISON.
By R. iemnmovn Co.

O-N WEDNESDAY, the 10th inst. at 11 o'-
clock, at Craig's wharf, Fell's Point, imported
per ship Grace Brown, from Liverpool, for account
of it may concern.
1070 sacks Fine SALT, in good order
302 do d(to do damaged
1257 do Ground Alum do do
424 Empty SACKS. R. LEMMON & CO.

OhN FRIDAY, the 12th inst., at 11 o'clock, at
the auction stores on Buchanan's wharf, cargoes
of the barque R. H. Douglass and the brig Ann-
,E jQ' BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE
5.4e-J: -Catalogues will be prepared and the
samples may be examined the day before the sale.
fe 4 R. LEMMON & CO.
Will be added to the sale on FRIDAY, the carg
of the schooner Shakspeare, viz :
7 a HHDS. PRIME NEW CROP POR-
7 TO RICO SUGAR
ALSO,
2 seroons INDIGO
18 bags damaged Guayaquil COCOA
2000 drums Smyrna FIGS
68,000 Havana SEGARS.
fe 9 R. LEMMON & CO.
By Rtichard .AI. Halt "A Co.
Nt. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE-STS
F URNITURE, &c.-THIS-DAY, the 9th inst.
at 10 o'clock, we shall sell ot our Sales Room
a variety of new and second hand FURNITURE,as
mahogany dining and breakfast Tables; Sideboards;
Bureaus; caneseat and windsor Chairs;polished steel
Shovel & Tongs; 30 hours and eight day Clock,brass
and wood works; one bronzed French Clock; one
pair very superior ormolu mental Lamps, two lights
each, with rich cut prismatic Drops and spangles; 3
fine tone 6 octave Pianos; one superior Guitar in case
&c. &c,; PATENr ASBESTOS FIRE PROOF
SAFES. Together with such other Goods as may be
received in the interim. Terms cash in Bankable
money, fe 9 R. M. HALL, Auct.
Will be added to our sale THIS DAY, the 9th in-
stant, a variety of CROCKERY, &c.; among which
are five and six in, Muffins, Lustre Jags, Pressed
Tumblers, Tea Pots, Sugar and Cream (Sprig) Jugs,
Nappees, Twiflers, Ctrt Tumblers, Pressed Dishes,
&c. &c. Ie 9
ON WEDNESDAY, Feb. 10th inst. I will sell
at auction, at 10 o'clock, Bureaus, Tables,Ward-
robes, Bedsteads, Cane and Wood Seat Chairs,
Rocking Chairs, Hardware, Crockery, Clothing, Dry
Goods, &c. Terms of sale cash in bankable money.
fe 9 S. H. COVER, Auct.
BOARDING.
A PLEASANT PARLOUR, CHAMBER
and NURSE'S ROOM in an 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


JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
WAREHOUSE NORTH STREET,
Near Post Office.
WOULD respectly inform the City and West-
ern M(rchants that during the suspension of
Canal Navigation, they will receive and forward
goods to Pittsburg and Wheeling. All goods entrust-
ed to their care will be forwarded with promptness,
and at the lowest rates of carriage.
fe 5 JOHN WEST, Agent.
WESTERN MERCHANTS WHO SHIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S LINE,
(During the Canal season,)
WILL find it to their interest, before shipping
their goods, to call at
JOSEPH TAYLOR & SONS, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sts.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pittsburg or
Wheeling.efe 3 1w?
In MERCHANTS AND TRADERS of Balti-
S more and the West who intend shipping via
Susquehanna Rail Road and Pennsylvania Canal to
intermediate points, Pittsburg, Wheeling, &c. will
have their goods forwarded with care and despatch,
on the lowest terms, by applying at
BINGHAM'S Depot, 122 North Howard at.
or to JAMES WILSON, Agent,
fe 6 117 North Howard st.
NITEDJ STATES BANK STOCK OR
U NOTES will be received for a FARM situated
in Harford county, Md. about 20 miles fromthe city,
on the Philadelphia Rail Road. The Farm contains
125 ACRES, 25 acres of which isin woodland and the
remainder is in the highest state of cultivation. For
further information inquire at the office of the Amer-
can. fe 6 d4t*
DAVID HOFFMAN'S WORKS.
VIlATOR, 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
JOHN METI Z,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC (formerly Profes-
sor of the Courts of their Royal Highnesses of
Stockholm Copenhagen, Hanover, Frankfort 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,
cc.
For further information inquire at his dwelling N.
Gay street No. 89, or at Mr. C. H. Eisenbrant's.
TERMS MODERATE,
Mr. Metz has for sale several Pianos of very ex.
cellent quality, together with some very superior
Violins. d2w* ja 30
THOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BALTIMORE STREET,
Have iust received per Powhattan, from Liverpool,
l 0 PACKAGES HARDWARE-con-
0*.F sitting in part of HOES, Trace CHAINS,
Foster's & Elwell's SPADES, Griffin's & Waldron's
SCYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an extensive assortment of Shelf Goods, which
they offer tor sale on their usual accommodating terms
fe 5 d
LATEST ARRIVALS OF SILK GOODS.
SDIFFENDERFFER & CO. have just
received by latest importation, and are now
opening at their Store, No. 43 BALTIMORE ST., a
large and splendid assortment of the newest and most
fashionable DRESS SILKS, which is composed ot
very rich Satin striped Helencia; Satin striped Glace
Faconne; Gro de Algiers, very heavy; Satin Rep, fig-
ured and striped; Gro de Affrique; very rich new style
Lyonese; very splendid blue black Gro de Affrique;
Satin striped and figured Rep; figured Poult de Soi,
and Gro de Swiss; rich 4-4 black and blue black Gro
de Rhine, Poult de Soi, and Gro lIe Swiss; colored and
black Gro de Naples, in great variety.
MOUSELINE DE LAINE. An entire new style
Uf Satin striped Mouseline de Laine, a new and very
beautiful style and superior quality, to which they
yery respectfully invite the attention of their custom-
ers. No. 43 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe 8 4 doors above Gay st.
FRESH|PRINTS,GINGHAMS,ERMINETS
&e.
AMILTON EASTER '&1 CO. No. 157'
Baltimore street, have received a variety of
SPRING GOODS, consisting in part of very beauti-
ful English CHINTZ PRINTS; new patterns Man-
chester GINGHAMS; twilled Silk Pocket Hdkfs;
Silk and Kid Gloves; super Cambric DIMITY; rich
fig'd and dotted Swiss Muslins; Cambric, Mull and
Book Muslins; 12 qr. Linen Sheetings; Barklies' most
approved style of IRISH LINENS; heavy plain
GAMBROON and ERMINETS, suitable forboy's
wear; 3-4. 7-8 and 4-4 Brown Linen; Splendid Imperi-
al Marseilles Quilts, Ic., and will be daily receiving
new Goods, which will be offered at a small advance,
by Wholesale and Retail. 6t fe8
EMOVAL.-BEALE H. RICHARSON hav-
ing completed his arrangements, has Removed
his entire stock of goods to No. 165 BALTIMORE
ST., three doors below Charles street, where he of-
fers for sale a large and general assortment of season-
able FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS-all of which
will be sold on the moat accommodating terms. His
old friends and the public generally are invited to
give.him a call. BEALE H. RICHARDSON,
No. 165 Baltimore street,
fe 8 lm three doors below Charles street.
REMOVAL.
J F. CASSELL & COMEGYS, DEN-
STISTS,respectfully inform their friends and the
public that they have REMOVED their offices from
the corner of Liberty and German streets, to the South
West Corner of Baltimore and Liberty streets.
1MBIIE & FARNUM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (upstairs)
HAVE just received a large and desirable as-
sortment of BRITISH DRY GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich New Styles Dark and Light London PRINTS
Muslin de Laines, Plince Albert Fancy Mixed
Gambroons, Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES, Ic.
ALSO-20 caaes superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON, white and assorted colorsr.fe 2
WESTERN BANK,
Baltimore, Jany. 5tb, 1841.
TOTICE is hereby given, that an election for
l 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
ja 6 P TH. PHOENIX, Cash,
A_ FOR RENT-A two story brick HOUSE
in Jackson street, with a good back building.
The rent will be $10 a month to a good ten-
ant. Apply to THOMAS MAINLY,
fe 5 41' No. 90 Orleansnear Eden st.
.^ FOR RENT.-The Store and Cellar
H1and other apartments of No. 173 Baltimore
iUUstreet. Possession given on the 4th March.
Apply to THOSE. IRWIN, Jr.
Hanover street, or to
ja l6 2w8t Doet G. S. GIBSON. N. Charles st,
BACON, LARD, BEESWAX, &o.
i .000 f LBS BACON, Hog Round,well
JILWVO cut and bright colours
550 kegs No. 1 LARD, in handsome order
45 bbls do do
700 lbs BEESWAX; Corn BROOMS
2000 Ibs FEATHERS, from Tennessee
The above have just been received by wagons from
the West, and are offered for sale on pleasing terms,
by JOHN C. CLARKE,
fe8 d No 33 North Howardstreet.
OPS, LARD, FEATHERS, BUTTER,
30 bales first sort HOPS, growth 1840,
3000 Ibs. Western FEATHERS,
50 kegs No. I LARD,
100 "i BUTTER.
For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
fe 8 1w No. 282 Baltimore st.
"FRUIT, &c.--Just received per brig Gertrude,
1.' Irom Messina, 42 days passage-
2542 boxes ORANGES
800 do LEMONS
60 bags FILBERTS
16 do Hemp SEED,
6 do Canary SEED
8 cases Calabria LIQUORICE
3 do Burgamot OIL
3 do Lemon do. For sale by
fe8 P J. CROSBY. Commerce it,


PUBLIC SALES.
By Weter, Cannon J Co.
NO. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
F INE CUTLERY, GERMAN sILVER
ARTICLES, GUNS, M c -h01, W EDi\ I i V
Morning Feb. 10, inst. at 10 o'clock at our Salesroom,
No. 24 South Charles street, we will sell an invoice
of miscellaneous Articles, comprising in the lot, fine
ivory handle pocket and pen Knives; 50 cards buck
h udle do; German silver table and tea Spoons; sup-
erior qualities; silver pencil Cases; plated tea and ta-
ble Spoons; butter Knives; Knives and torks; &c.;
gold Breast Pins; finger Rings do; gold and silver Wat-
ches; fine stub and twist Guns; Iifes do, &c. &c.
ALSO.-4 cases Lucifer Matches, put up in small
tin boxes, to suit the trade, &c.
fe 9 PC WEAVER, CANNON & CO.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION-On THURS-
DAY MORNING, Feb. 11th inst. at our auc-
tion Rooms, No. 28 South Charles st. we will sell,by
auction, an assortment of new and second hand FuIr-
niture, viz. S ofas; bureaus; mahog. chairs; work-
stands; centre tables; dining and breakfast tables;
card do; secretary and book case;secretaries do; cane
seat chairs; 5 spring seat mahog. rocking do; lounges;
common rocking, nurse and sewing chairs chairs; toi-
let tables; high and low post bedsteads, &c.&.c. Terms
sash in bankable money.
fe 9-PC WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
DRY GOODS.--On FRIDAY MORNING,
Feb. 12th inst., at 10 o'clock, on the 3rd floor oL
our Warehouse No. 28 South Charles street, we wilt
sell an assortment of DRY GOODS among which will
be lound-2 cases domestic calicoes; cloths; cassi-
meres; vestings; British calicoes; cassinets; flannels;
hosiery; suspenders; silk and cotton hdkts; ribands;
gros de naps; domestic muslin; shawls, sewing cotton;
tapes; linen napkins; Irish linen, &c. &c. Also to
close an invoice, a small lot of fine Winter clothing,
viz. dress and over coats, vests, pantaloons, &c.-
Terms cash in Bankable money. .
fe9 PC WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
PROPERTY ON MONTGOMERY ST.-
AT AUCTION.-On WEDNEDAY AFTER-
NOON. Feb'y 10th inst., at 31 o'clock, we will sell.
by auction, on the premises, that desirably located
LOT OF GROUND, situated on the south side of
Montgomery street, between Light and William ats.
and fronting on Montgomery st., 16 feet and running
back to Sugar Alley 144 feet.
On this LOT, there is a two story Brick DWEL-
J LING fronting 16 feet on Montgomery streel,_...
f recently built in the most'modern style, with
Jfa pantry and a two story back buildings,Smoke
House, and other conveniences pertaining to a private
family. The whole subject a ground rent of $56
per annum, payable half yearly.
TERMS OF SALE-Two thirds cash, the balance
on a credit of 6 months, to be secured by Mortgage
on the premises.
fe 6 WEVER, CANNON &CO. Ancts.
By 1. W. Boot.
60 BALTIMORE STREET.
ALE OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS-THIS TUESDAY
MORNING, at my Store, at 10-The articles are
from a family leaving, among which are-I18 cane seat
Chairs, of a beautiful pattern; a circular figured Ta-
ble;Sofas; Settees; Card and Tea Tables; Carpets; Fes
other Beds; Mattresses; Fancy Articles; Watches;
ClockQ; a complete Library of Books; Stationery; bed
room Furniture, &c. Also, 200 feet of Gas Pipe.
To Druggists-A quantity of rich Cut Gi,,, .a.dopt-
ed for their use. H. W. l3,.,L.
FOR PRIVATE SALE,
3000 feet of Mahogany VENEERING
10 barrels Bull's SALaERATUS.
FOR RENT-A long ROOM.of 60 feet in length.
fe 9 _________ H. W. BOOL.
A FIRST RATE TAVERN STAND, OP-
POSITE THE HANOVER MARKET, FOR
AUCTION.-On WEDNESDJAYIFTERNOON,
Feb'y. 10, 1841,on e premises, at 4 o'clock,
llthat valuable three stary brick TENEMENT,
Ift Loccupied by Jas. Corrie-it is 25 feet front,
and the building 40 feet, the whole lot 160 feet. The
house is only three years old, and of the very best ma-
terials and workmanship, with water proof cellar un-
der the whole building, and every room of the most
convenient size and fashionable construction. For a,
Tavern Stand there is none more productive, with the
convenience of the best pump of water beolbre the door
-there is a fine spot in the rear of the lot which fronts
on a ten foot alley, for a Stable or Warehouse. The
cellar will produce most excellent rent from the huck-
sters,and still room left for all the purposes ota large
family. The property may be examined at any time,
and is at private sale until the date above.
Terms-One-half cash, the other half on a long
credit. H. W. BOOL, Auct.
ja 5 law3weots
By J. I. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, CON.
NER OF N. G.AY ANDFRONT 8STREETS-
NNUITYAT AUCTION.-I will sell on
WEDNESDAY 10th at 1 o'clock, at the Ex-
change, an Annuity of $37.50, being a sub-lease well
secured. Terms cash. J, I. GROSS, Auct.
HIGHLY VALUARLE GROCERY
STAND.
SWILL SELL ON THURSDAY llth inst. at 4
o'clock, on the premises- that highly valuable pro-
perty, situate on the N. W. corner of Gay and Exeter
streets. The Lot fronts Gay street 40 feet, and runs
on Exeter street 38 feet, improved by two
f Two Story FRAME HOUSES, occupied as
k LU Stores and Dwellings; the whole subject to a
ground rent of $30 per annum. The above property
mn ay be justly estimated as amongst the best property
in that section of the city, and is susceptible f-tv t-1 "
advantageously and profitably improved.
Terms, one-third cash, one-third in six months, and
one-third in nine months, for approved endorsed pa-
per, bearing interest. Upon the payment of the last
note an indisputable title will be given.
le 9 d RPS J. I. GROSS, Auct.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
A LARGE AND DESIRABLE ASSORTMENT.
E B. ESTES, Wholesale Dealer in Dry Goods,
E f No 187 Baltimore st. is now receiving his l',irng
Goods, which he takes pleasure in saying : - r.ie"I
the most desirable and beautiful assortments to be
found in this or any other market. He very respect-
fully solicits the call of city and country merchants.-
His assortment consists in part as follows-
A large assortment of British PR I N' ", of the new-
est style, some very superior, printed lor the London
market
American PRINTS, of the newest styles
French and English LAWNS AND MUSLINS,
a large assortment of the newest styles, and some of
the most beautiful in this country.
Plain Mous. de Laines;bl'k, blue bl'k and coloured
New style Mous. de Laines, very handsome
Mationi LUSTRING, the best imported
Gro de Rhine LUSTRING, rich lustre
Paradise LUSTRING
Black and blue black SILKS, Plain and fig'd wide
and narrow, some very rich
New style fig'd SILKS, wide and narrow, ex. rich
Rich and beautiful new style bonnet and cap RIB-
BANDS
New style plaid Silk VESTINGS. a beautiful arti-
cle
Black Fillet SHAWLS, plain and embroidered
Rich new style Silk SHAWLS, light colours ,
Newtstyle Fancy Handkfs and SCARFS
Fillet (.loves atid MITTS
Filled Veins un~l Veil STUFFS
Rich black Bobinett VEILS
A large assortment Linen Cambric Handkfs, very
cheap
Gloves and Hosiery, of all kinds
Damask Table Cloths, Table Linens and Napkins
Cambric Muslins, Jaconet Muslins, Mull Muslins
Book Muslins, Swiss MUSLINS, plain and fig'd.
Bishops Lawns and Plaid MUSLINS
Summer Cloths, Gambroons, Brown Linen and
DRILLINGS
Paper Cambrics, black, white and coloured
Irish Linens, Lawns, Bird Eye Diaper and brown
HOLLANDS
2 cases German Linen HANDKFS.
Burlaps and TICKLENBURG
Together with a great many other beautiful and de-
sirable GOODStoo numerous tomention. Purchasers
are respectfully invited to call and see for themselves.
fe 6 d E. B. ESTES.
FOe SA LE.-The substantial last sailing
sharp schr. WASHINGTON, ii complete or-
der as she now lies in Frederick street wharf, she will


be sold low. Apply to LUKE LEAGUE,
at Mr. Henry Carr's corner of Pratt &Gay st.
-ALSO-
A FARM situated in Dorchester County about 15
4Wiles from Cambridge near the head of Transquaken
iver. This FARM contains one hundred and thirty
acres, about thirty five acres of which are cleared-
and the balance in hickory, oak and pine timber,
which will yield from 40 to 50 cords to the acre. The
A- improvements which consist of a DWEL-
Tn|LING and Store house are in tolerable efp-.---
i .I The above farm will be sold low ier a schr. of
a light draught of water. Apply as above.
fe 6 4t
X THALERS-German and French Crowns
Royal and Patriot DOUBLOONS
Mexican and Spanish DOLLARS
PENNSYLVANIA ) Bank NOTES,
New York City and State and a bought on best
EASTERN ) terms by
LUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
fe 4 111 Baltimore st.
NAILORS WANTED.
FIVE OR SIX FIRST RATE NAILORS
wanted immediately at the ".dnti-Eatam IRON
WORKS," near Harper's Ferry, to whom constant
employment and the highest wages will be given.-
Apply to JNO. McP. BRIEN & BRO.
fe I1 dlm No. 4 spear's wharf.
FOR SALE-I LOT at the S. E. corner of Balti-
more and Cove streets, 68 feet by 170 to German
atl.
I Lot on Baltimore st. near the above 40 feet by 170
to German street. Apply to
ISRAEL PEIRCE,
fe 4 4t S No. 135j Baltimore st.
PRODUCE & COMMISSION BUSINESS.
THE SUBSCRIBER has opened a Store at
T7George & Hays' Old Stand, in North Howard
street No. 118, wherehe intends keeping on hand a
large assortment of GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
BACON & LARD, which he will sell in lots to suit
purchasers on the most moderate terms-he is also
prepared to smoke Meat for lauinlie', or in large lots,
and to receive goods on Storage, and sell on Commis-
sion. fe 4 PETER ZELL.
AFAMILY of the highest respectability residing
in one of the most pleasant locations of the city
wishing to increase their income, and having rooms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Gentleman and Lady, of their own standing. Ad-
ress F. C D. through the Post Office. fe 3-eotf
NOTICE.
HE subscriber having placed his Books and ac-
counts into the hands of James Owings for set-
tlement, he requests all those indebted to him to call
and make immediate payment to the said James
Owings at his Counting Room No. 19 German street,
as further indulgence cannot be given.
be 4 eo4t THOS. G. PITTS.
D11KOUXD PLASTER.-The subscribers are
" now manufacturing and intend keeping lHii ar-
ticle tor sale. BAI LIES 8I "1 VSU.N,
I1 mo. 23 ee4w Patterson st. lower end.
G UAYAQUIL COCOA-17 sacks Guayaqj:l
COCOA, landing fIom barque Serene, d.,,l lur
sale by B. G.ETTING,
ja 29 d No, 35 South Ga y street.







It
I U s BY THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. ? FRANKLIN ANK PAPER TAKEN A MR. ANDMRS.DAV..GE'S
PuBLICir.1iLKEV. PUBLIC SALES. -7 JANUARY, 22,1841. PAR FOR FURNITURE. AcIDEvyFORYOUNG LDIES,
__ I a~li ESOLLED BY THE General Assembly of 4a- SOUTH EAST CORELXIGO AN UNo.IIS.P LST E.
RUSTEE'S BA LE.-B) virtue of a decree of SHERIFF'S SALE. Uryhand, That theRE T H T I O RSTERM oft
FuTB bW r 3"^" T B~ nC ~ ^ ^ ,,1" '90?01 EJEeSOLDBToHEhhoc"Generalssem f Etac ^le tet. T s u U"'oeco ODY h
Baltimore County Court, sitting as a Court of T VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facias on con- Shore proceed forthwith to
Equity, the subcriher ill sell at public ale, at the damnation, issued out of Baltimore County Court thCanal AM EL REY, since is establishment was 15th February, instant.
Exchange, on WEDNESDAY, the 211tth day oi Feb- against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements Company at Frederick, upon the earliest convenient burnt out in the fal, has repaired and improved The various departments remain under the same
rIn ry lji. at I o'clock, P. M. o George Bruce at suit of James Menzies, to me di-' day, in pursuance of the rest the present ime, they are charg as at the beginning ofthe year with the excep-
Several well secured Ground rents, charged upon reacted, will oLer for sale on MONDAY thte 15th in- adopted for the regulation andin ion of the Musical, in which Mrs. FiE has been
diversparts of a LOT of GROUND, at the north west stant, at 10 o'clock. A. M. at the Court House or pany by the Stockholders therhis manufactory, he added to Mr. DELMA, for the purpose o finishing
corner of South Charles and Pratt sts. casb-SEVEN BOXES OF SHOES. July, eighteen hundred and twentexecute all orders with promptness and off learners on he PIANO, and a VOCAL INSTRCTER
The terms of sale as prescribed by the decree are le 5 R WM. D. BALL, Sh'ff. g to the a
^ i~f 9 ? Jprewled te d(;ee re. 'e ____ W ..ALS'f gate the affairs an.J pa~lt~ mr,g-.m.-r,l f i it.- Company, despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten- of approved capacity, who teaches accordingtte
one haltcash on the day of sale, and the balance in HI ERIFF'S SALE-By virtue eota writ offie- anrid to take such ih .rir nhe premises as the sive assortment of the mst elegant F iure,-con- best European mode. In this department, with a
two equal payments in six and twelve months, with ri facias, issued out ofthe Court of Chancery of interest of the StockholdmahoganyCairs, view to the convenience of pupil as well as economy
interest and security, the State of Maryland to the Sheriff of Baltimore By order: G. G. BREWER, Clerk. Sideboards, Centre, PierExension, Dining and Break- to parents, lessons of 30 minutes are given at 15 per
Sor further particulars inquire of the Trustee, County directed, against the goods and chattels, lands We hereby certify that the aforegoing is a true co- ast Tables, Secretaries, Book Caes, Wardrobes, o term of 36 lessons.
JOHN SCOTT, Trustee. and tenements of Susannah Jones, Joseph Jones. aud py of the originalresolution which passed both branch- new and elegant pattern Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy Each learner of French has two lessons DAILY O
H. W. BOOL, Auctioneer. Elijah P. Jones, at the suit of John Glenn and Thomas es of th e Legislature of Maryland at December se- and Windsor Chairs, &c. from 30 to 45 MINUTES EACH, independently of co-
Je 2 2awts J? ____ _____ P Scott, Trustees of John Jones, I have seized and Sion, 1840. He also informs the public that he has no boys in servatiODS with the Governess and the regular soirees.f
fe2 2awts P P Scott, Trustees of John Jones, I have seized and ,ion, 1840.
PERMANENT TRUSTEE'S SALE. taken all the right, title, claim,interest and demand, Given under our hands at the city of Annapolis, this his manufactory, and that his workmen are allo the Ample arrangements having been made or the ac-
SUPERIOR BALTIMORE MADE FUR- both at law and in equity,of said Susannah Jones, Jo- 26th day of January, 1841. very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect commotion and instruction of an increased num-
NITURE-AT AUCTION.-In pursuance of a seph Jones, and Elijah P. Jones, in and to part of a GEORGE G. BREWER, confidence recommend to his customers. Persons er pupil, boarders as well as day scholars, a few
General order of Baltimore County Court, in relation TRACT OF LAND, lying and being in Baltimore Clerk of the House Plpat. Md. wishing to purchase are requested to cal ad examine more will be received. After the Chemical Course
to the estates of Insolvent Debtors, and by virtue of County,:about S5 miles from Baltimore called "Jones' JOS. H. I II. the War Rooms now in progress, and at the proper season, a course
autho-ity from William Chase, the undersigned, as First Purchase," containing 300 Acres of Land, more Clerk of the Senate, Maryld. UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks of LECTURES on BOTANY will be delivered by Dr.
Permanent Trustee of John D. Webster, will offer or less,-being lots Nos. I, 2,and 3,-as by division and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give Hamilton.
at public auction, at the American Coffee House, underacommission from Baltimore County Court.ad WESTERN SHORE TREASUsatisfaction. ja 16 d Tickets, to pupils free of charge, and to ladies out
North Liberty street, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th of adjoining the Farms of Tego Cooper and John Par- ANNArOLIS, JANUARY 27,841. of the Academy $5-to include the residue of ee-
February, 1841, at ten o'clock, A. M., all the furni. ker, &c.,-also, to 4 Horses; 8 head of Cattle; 8 head IN OBEDIhemistry.
ture, fixtures, stand casks and liquors, in the said es- o Sheep; 1 Colt; 13 Hogs, Corn; Wheat; Rye; Hay; Asse of Maryland, o December session, 1840, genc for resale it cehe lass in Bati- i-Attached to the Institution is a COMFORTABLE
tablishment,together with the lease, which has twelve Oats; Ploughs; Harrows; and Farming Utensils of ev- of which the foregoing is a copy, an in pursuance of more The Redford Crown Glass is distinguished CARRIAGE, in which pupils who reside at a distance
months to run. The furniture is mainly new, and is erSy description, Broad Wheel Wagon; Narrow Wheel the resolution of the Stockholders therein referred to, from ordinary rwn lass i uncommon even- can be carried to and from their homes, in bad wa-
of the best quality, and consists of- Wagon, &c. &c. And I hereby give notice, that oa a General Meeting of the Stockholders of the Chesa- nesad beautosurfacey sper ansrn ther.
3 dozen Maple Chairs, 1 dozen Cane Seat do. with SATURDAY, the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M. peak and Ohio Canal Company is hereby called, to and lightness ofcolor by its reat thickness and t Any further information given at the Academy.
sundry Slat Back Chairs--Mahogany Dining Tables, on this premises, I will offer saint property sale to tire assemble and
sundry Slat Back Chairs-Mahogany Dining Tables, on tile premises, I will offer said property sale to the assemble and be held at the Company's office in th excellence of the materials which compose it, it pus- -- 2wt______ ,1___
Tea do-Mahogany Wardrobe-Bureaus-Mantle highest bidder for cash. city of Frederick, in Frederick county of Maylad, esses a remikale lustrewhich causes it to reflect 41 BALTIMORE NEAR GAV T ET.
and pier Glasses-nlograin Carpets, Hugs, Fender, fe5 R WILLIAM D. BALL, Sheriff, on MONDAY, the 8th dayte pust specimens of DAVISO MUCH APPROVED PATENT
Shovels and Tongs Venetian Blinds, Paintings, &c. RUS'EE'S SALE.-By virtue of a Decree clock, M., "to investigapolished ater being blown, retains its ena-
The Chamber Furniture, Beds, Bedding, Bedsteads, of Baltimore County Court, sitting as a Court of ansuch further e, brilliance and hardness, d is nt SI bd-
Chairs, Workstands, -railes, Dressing Glasses--the Equity, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer for sale,ore
Chairs, Workaitand, table.i Dressing Glasses-the Equity, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer for sale, order in the premises as tle interest of the stockhold- ted by dust. A full supply on hand, for sale by 'in
Stairs and passage are Carpeted with ingrain and at Public Auction, on MONDAY, the 15t day o req GEORGE MACKUBIN, PRATT & KEITH
striped Carpet with stair rods. February next, at onE o'clock, at the Exchange, i 22 Nos. 27 and 29 S. Charles k MSLA R "W ID E
The fixtures of the bar are of the bestdescription, ALL THAT PIECE PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, NOTICE TO MAKI ERS. TY F AlMFeb4 841 tea isitiono eautucorectandapi
and the liquors of superior quality. There is the u- situate and lying in Baltimore county, being part of A SECOND light ship"Wser No. 2," HEREAS fromthe present suaton of the PENMANSHIP
sual assortment of Decanters. Glasses, &c.; a large the land conveyed to John Hiery by Solomon Birk- A has been moored in the river Weser Sine last arandotwee forme stood twob bet ev c y s t
rotary Cooking Stove, &c. Terms of sale cash, on head, by ded bearing date June 3d, 1802, and descrNib- November, in the vicinity of the Bremen Beacon a e T ne s nf'.'
delivery of the articles. NELSON POE, ed at follows; that is to say, Beginning for the same of the entrance into the Wurester channel, and will he MUCULA U ..l i sever-
Permanent Trustee of John D. Webster, on the south east side of thIe Falls Turnpike road, and remain on that Station as long as tenable against iae en et scrutiny both in theory and practice, and in no
fe, H. W. BOOL, Auc t. outh fifty-eight degrees west about one perch distant floating ice. From this lightshiBremen h end aneth has it proved otherwise tha convincing he
fe!No. 60 Baltimore at. ttom whc maal endange the Helhotr iy-Aayln nttt fTahrs fe aigtepa
_____________m a small white oak tree heretofore marked withBeacon South by West. west, (b) the two beaconsNoce is therefore given you, agreeably to the provi-
7ALUABbL BALTIMORE ST. PROPER- six notches, and running and binding on said road on Meier's leegde sand in a line Sotaith East by East, Oa ude ii-,,... r .,.. ,as
V TV -By virtue ofa decree of Baltimore County north thirty anda hal
Court, sitting as a Cout of Equity, th undersigned three tethet, to a stone, thence north fifty-eight degrees Vessels, which may be c
Court, sitting as a Court of Equitv, the undersigned three feet, to a stone, thence north fifty-eight degrees Vessels, which may be compelled to enter the We- led up lhs d to nt I"- inan editorial Says "the ,Gide'desles to rank high ,
as trustee, will on MONDAY 1st Miarch next, at one east to the outline of said Heiry's land, thence hound- ser without a pilot, have to pass close to light ship on etn ore s r avoa p o s n and Plighten-
o'clock P. M., at the Exchange, effer for sale the fol- ing on said line south westerly two hundred and three No. 1, andinall cases to the west of it;-they must selntothe celar adinn
lowing described property, that is to say-all that feet, until it intersects a line drawn from the begin- then, as soon as possible, bring it to bear north 12 te Guide commends itself to te common sense o
piece or parcel of ground, lying in the City of Balti- nig north fifty-eight degrees east, and thence by a east. Keep it in that direction, and steer a southerly te h ho teny ll r the ost o y cpacty ad one i -
more, which is contained within the metes and bounds straight line to the place of beginning, course, till they make light ship No. 2, dant about neecor refusal and furh sum o Do
----.--- nurses and distances following to wit.-Beginning The terms of sale as prescribed by the Decree are, German or 3 English mils 60 to he dgr he editor ofhe Pilot and ra pt produce he
for the same on the line of the north side of that one-tourth of the purchase money shall be paid light ship No. I to bear south east, when te ar o eve ale in la a improvement" And the editors of the
Baltimore street, at the distance of 24 feet 2 inches o the day of sale, and the residue in three equal in- to steer for it in a direct line. heae be doneby the rson employed l e o ean i a ro
westerly from the corner formed by the intersection of stalments at three, six, and nine months. The credit Light ship No. 2 should be assed near by to the der the direction of a Cmmissonor ofHeh af- o eo i il te f
the north side of Baltimore street with the west side payments to bear interest from the day of sale, and to east, whence the course lies south east, keeping heexiraton ofhe tiareaid e to t h
of Gay street, and running thence westerly bounding be secured by the bondsor notes of the purchaser lightship No. 2 in north west. Vessels should CHARLES S DAVISh n re n o ic
on Baltimore street 20 feet. thence northerly parallel with surety or sureties, to be approved by the trustee, anchor in the vicinity, at a distance of about Ger- CommissioneroHealth o n an nin.
with Gay street 33 feet, thence eastwardly parallel HENRY F. FRIESE, Trustee, man or one English mile, where the best anchorage fe5 3dDstrict os oe dayade l
with Baltimore street 20 feet, thence by a straight line No. 19 Fayette street. will be found in about 7 fathoms, at low water. It M os te st
to tihe beginning. The terms of sale are one fourth ja 21 21t H. W. BOOL, Auct. is not advisable to proceed further without a Pilot. R t r h ia .
cash on the ratification of thesale, the remainder at MlREAL t I'STATE AGENCY Frsom light ship No.ICKERSON'S PECTORAL PAT;
six, twelve and eighteen months, with interest from No27SECOND STE E Wurster channel to white buoy W. 3 lies South East ends and the public generally, that he has re i R VEGETABLE COUGH CANDY, AND
the day sale upon the whole, the three last inslalments ERY VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR by East-distance I German or 4' English miles
to be secured by endorsed negotiable notes approved V SALE-One two story Brick HOUSE fronting Into the channel ofFedderw and al o ie oe
by thie trustee,~. o o t i h a. e r P a t s r e, 1 South E sast for the sam e d s a
by the trustee. .a-, on South High at. near Pratt street, 14 feet South East for the same distance of Ii German miles lare and hoice selection of C &. hily recommended for Clearing the Voice and re-
This property will be sold subject to the lien of a l front, with a ground rent $150 per foot- to Salzhoeren Sand or buoy P. se Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Irritation of the
prior mortgage for about one thousand dollars The iLn This ose is in complete order and will be a Both light ships are painted red, and the light has roat, CroupWhooping Cough, Asthma, Catarrs,
exact amount will be announced non the day of sale. desirable situation for a small Jily; it contains 8 an elevation of42 feet above t
fe 5 2aw4teo4 P* JOHN GLENN, Trustee. rooms and is very convenient. Also one two story In place of a flag they carry a red balloon their t leading to Consumption.
SN PURSUANCEofadereeotBaltimoreCoun- FRAME HOUSE at the corner of Exeter and Gay mast heads, which distinguishes them also from the c d ra e T Manufactured and sold, whlealed by
I ty County Court, sitting in Chancery,the under- street, front on Gay street 40 feet and fronting Exeter light ships i the river
signed will sell by auction attire Exchange, on MON- street 38 eet:--only $20 ground rent. Those that Published in Baltimore, 30th, 1841. Bys e No30H ard r
ore nYt( a avn ap ininb M wolwiht ar ntPnpvhana wilodrof the Senate of Bremen. and choice patterns, selected expressly for the city at, where all orders will be promptly attended to.
DAY tie 1st ay of March, at 1 o'clock P. M. would wish to carry on the Grocery business will r trade and will e soldaschea and on as favorable
All that LOT OF GROUND, lying on the south have ano opportunity of purchasing a desirable stand A. SCHUMACHER. Bremen Consul esame cn be purchased of any house i l l 0 i
side of Lexington street, and beginning at a point dis- -also, we have on hand a very extensive list -'a30 2av8t cit Philadelhia or New York rt r r I
tant east from Charles st. 147 feet, thence running of city property which we will be glad to offer at 1W IRACULOUSORIENTALNEWLY IN. esn wishing to suppy themselves with any BROHR, corner ofFranklin and reensrees
westerly on Lexington street 25 feet inches, to in- private sale. Also several very desirable FARMS- VENTED MANNER OF LAVATION-n- Aso Ae d D H MONOE
clude the west gable end wall of the house erected one on the Falls Road and one lying between Harlord struction in the Newly InventedOrientalMiraculous ore m in heirsec Pp u 28 i ,I re ge e ent d .
on said ground, thence south paralled with Charles and York Turnpike Roads, and others at a more re- Manner of WASHING, a preservative against all -
at. 39 feet 6 inches, thence east 1 foot 9 inches; thence motedistance. Callon complaints ofthe head rs and the face, and a reme- Charles B Goruch BALTMOR 8 cents; single cakes cents yrunfiltyts. per
south 61 feet 8 inches, thence east 1 foot 6 inches, ja 29 BOSLEY & KNIGHTON. day for strengthening the retentive powerof the memo- ad others, COUR, sitting in bottle. A liberal discount ade to those who pur-
thence south parallel with Charles st. 13 feetten in- GAZ'ETTE OFFICE FOR RENT ry, the faculty of hearing, and the power of seeing, 1, chase to sell again.
ches, thence east 22 feet 5 inches, thence 115 feet to i 3ORLEASE-The premises on the corner and or te renovation an embB G uh n i wi a Wele b l e x d e ( nd Mediin a
Lexington street the place of beginning. = St, Paul's street, and Banik Lane, long known and the removal of wrinkles and t
On this Lot is erected the very fine and comforta- as tihe "Gazette Office" will be rented or leased for ess otf the face, producear d Baesand Keziah Bates hi wie, Thomas Gor o the acles compost the "Vegetable Cough Cn-
ble DWELLING of Dr. Potter, coveringthe a term ofyears-the situation is an exceedingly eligi- beautiful and fresh. LaTdies an ntlemen wiGhin n his wife, Jcson, a yiad o! mnuit a s c-
whole front of thelot. The house three sto- ble one, either for a printing office or any otherbu- toget directionnd ucon sgeun an se o, and his i. I o ds and a
t1! ries and a basement, with a cellar underneath; sines, tor which the building may suit. being very miraculous manner of Washin a
the whole is remarkably well built and in excellent near Baltimore street. Possession may behaid imme-im n nd am M oree i iial s b adults or tChe most tender GClot
order. diately. For terms, apply to C. Z. Lucas, l r certain property and the diviion of the proceedsar in Proesso J H Miller, Pro. Sn.Ks Jennngs
The terms of sale as prescribed by the decree are, premises, or of F. LUCAS, Jr. which the complainants and defendants are interested Prof. R. W. Ha; John i,- M D.,Sa.Chew
Sin cash on the day of sale, and the residue in 6, 12, e3 No. 138 Baltimore st. MR. ARCHER, (Graduatothe U. M. Aca-as tenants in common nderthe willof Willia Whee- D.; Dr. Fonere; Joshua 1. CohenM. D.; John
and 18 months, with interest: Notes with security
be approved by the trustee, to be given for the credit TO BE SOLD OR LEASED. A I N dey atO Wes Pointy &a T M D m S L M
payment GLENN Trustee SUNDRY LOTS in the Village of Carrollton,BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA-
fet 5 2aw2wee4t P adjoining the 3rd mile stone, on the Frederick D Keziah Bates, and Sarah Gorsuch, are the children of LTIMORE COU TY ORPHAN
A road near to the Fairview Inn. These lots, bind 200 Lexington street, 5 doors East of Charles, said William Wheeler-ad John Simpson, Amelia COUTJauay 30,184.oered, that the sale
A UABLE MILL PROPERTY AT fe et on the road, and run 330 feet in depth to a lane BALTIMORE. Cooper, Thomas Simpson, Mary Ann Hutchinson, o the real tate o Luke Tiernan deceased,-made
h TRUSTEE'SE SALE.-In pursuance of a decree of33feet wide. The position ieis healthy, aand only a IHIS Neand Willa T Somervllethe
of the High Court of Chancery of Maryland, the sub- mile and three quarters from the pavement in the city. embracing thorough and extensive course of zabeth Simpson, deceased, who was a child of said t ofhe t Wi adTetamenofthesa
scriber will offer at public sale on TUESDAY, the There is an abundance of fine water, lying within a instruction in all the branheWheeler-all of whom re of the full age of i ayeoed to Cor by the
16th day of February next, at two o'clock in the at few feet of there surface, and a fine quarry of stone for Education. 21 years, that by the will of said William Wheeler, aE cutos
ternoon, at the Court House door in Elkton, all that building, within 200 yards of the premises. There are There is a Preparatory Deparon the 26th May, 1823, the testator devised, a- w a o beore he first day o
very valuable property lying on Little Elk River, in also two or three eminencesfor dwellings with from 12 sch nto which little girls ill be received at re- er the death of his wife, who is since dead, all his in t-Povo
Cecil co., Md. known as "The Rockville Paper to 20 acres ot land to each, commanding a view of the duced prices. A Prospectuot rwise specifically devised in his will, iomdaily wspaper
Mills," with the tract of land on which the same are River Patapsco an the country bordering thereon, studies, prices &c. &c. may be ad on application to to his daughters Mary, Jane, Keziah, and Sarahand r aleasoc week for tree successive
situated, containing about eighty-three acres and The whole of the above propertywill be sold or leased, the Prcipas at the sool or reference may be the children of his daughter Elizabeth Simpson. That wee berethef
twelve perches of land. This property is situated but as may suit the wishes of the purchasers. Apply to made to Major flrn. Wineld Scott, U. S. Army, the property passing under this devise, consisted of rertttt
six miles from navigable water, and is in the midst of RICHARD CATON, or Dennis H. Mahan, Prof. Eng. U. S. M. Academy; two tracts of land in Baltimoe County, and a lot of h hnred and for four dlars
a well populated and abundant country. The ir- de 11l d4tlawtf PS WILLIAM WOODVILLE J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem.anr Med ade- un he Ci of Baltimore, hichare particular- o D M PE N Re
.M&provements consist of a large STONE PA. 0.my; RoPwell Park, Prof. of tat an 3xpi.
,Ci'S ^ 0 0 ^ ^ ^'^ -- R M II AV A P -- my; Roswell Park, Prof. of-Nat. and Exp.Pi.U ly descrbdi h bill filed in this case. That the iw1 inire.
SPER MILL, 80 by 40 teet, three stories high, FRANKLIN BANK PAPER. versity of Penn,; Rev. Dr att, Rev Dr. Jonscomplainants are desirous of having said property
li and having all the requisite machinery for HE Subscribers will receive at par, there Franklin Rev. John C. Backs, Re Ha er, Hon. R hatthe proceedmay be divided and that t is FEV R AND AG E.
making the various kinds of paper;-a grist mill, run- Bankof Baltimore notes, for all, or any ot the B. Magruder, Dr. R. N. Hal, Thomas Finey, F. J. toteinerestofaparti KERSHAW'S TONIC OR AGUE
ting two pair of burs; a Saw Mill, aBark Mill, and a following described Property, situatedin this city, viz: Dallam Esq., Win. F. Giles Esq., David Clendenin That the defendants however refuse to permi a sa AND FEVER MIXTURE DOUBLE THE
large Stone Barn, with Stabling, Shedding, &c. Be- L, A Two Story DWELLING,situated in Pa- Esq., Wm. Reynolds Esq. Joseph Robinson Esq. of whereforea rortoChncery has become STRENGTH OF ANY OTHER OF THE TONIC
sides these there is also a Manager's House, andfive castreet. opposite the Hand Tavern, andoc- Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gilbert MIXTURES-Tis Medicineha..- I- ,,..n
Cottages, sufficiently spacious for the accommodation .lL-lEcupied by Mr. Charles McDonell, as a ta- Rev. John Davis, Washington City; and Rev W. Mrland to fail in curing te worst cases o 1- 1-
of the hands employed in the several establishments, vern there are extensive Back Buildings and spaci- Finney,'Harford co, Md. d6m2aw e 16 i thereon added and ordered that the co- It has been extensively used for three yars, and not a
The water power is valuable, and is, in general, ade- ne Cella the whole well arranged forth busi--- inantsbcausing a co of this o single case has come to the knowledge ofthe proprietorbus-
quate to all the purposes of the Mi-ls. The land nso dailynewsppepubishe aBamo it id not perfectly and permanently cure the
considered first rate farming land, being easily sus- Also,2 Two Story BlRICK DWELLINGS, disease, he can therefore recommend it with the full
--in each of three successive weeks before the first day o
ceptible 9f profitable and permanent improvement, situated on Jasper street, near the Lexington confidence that whoever will try it. will find this
^_ and ispclaladpetoheueoli, plater Ul.Market House. Those houses are new, being March^ o nhexet, give notice to thesaidl absntdef wrni~ sae t to be true-Mlany Certificates can be shown
and is peculiarly adapted to the use of lime, plaster, Ik Ho
'-- .-- It is well enclosed and is divided into convene, built in 1838, with good back buildings arnd cellars;
ise whole enclse calunte tar divided attedin conent V t,
". a,.. to appear in this Court, in persKon or bys soic
ent fields, and is well watered with abundant springs te ole wel -' or before the first day of June next, to answer the ingcures.
of best water; about one half of it is in wood, and the market. Rent for $216 per annum. wy a Prepared and sold by P. SCHAPPELL,
rest in arable and meadow land. The title is indispu. Also, three fWO S I ORY HOUSES, sit-as prayed.
table, and aplat of the land maybe seen upon appli- uated in Sharp near Lexington street, with j UDER This Medicine is prepared alsoin the ormofPLLS
cation to the Trustee. The terms of sale as prescrib- A, good back buildings and dry cellars, always as some persons prefer that r of takin
ed by thire decree, are that one fourth of the purchase occupied by good tenants Clerk and is composed of the same ingred
money shall be paid in cash on the ratification of theto the le in a more concentrated foThe and is equally as275 per ann.
sale by lbh Chancery Court, one fourth in six months' Also, a Two Story FRAME HOUSE, situ-- efficacious as the Mixture; they
01a' atedi wev otsadoefurhi ih-f- '1 on thle corner ofHigh street and Necessi- . . -, .1"!'it;' ." No, 4, South St.3 doors from, Baltimore Street. KESA 'AGE NDFVRPL ,an
on ounii, in twelve months, and one fourth in eigh- d ated on the corner of High street and Neces- a
Leon mins, with interest from the day of sale, the M.. ty Alley, occupied as a grocery store, and is a
celir p,, meats to be secured by endorsed notes ap-.first rate stand forth retail business. This lot is 25 IA,OS. PlANOS.--J-r.::i,.l I. t. .hip- r sortment of PERFUMERIES a 14 d
pros~ .n y tire trustee, amnd upon the payment of tire feet 6 inches by 150 feet deep. U. Cas
Pro% d bi the trustee, arid upon the payment of the feet 6 inches by. 150 feet d(eep. P.. m Caspar,' direct from Bremen, PIANOS, from 4'.,* ...; Having made arrangements with --- NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
whole purchase money a title will be made. Alsoin the Alley, there are four two stoy Dresden and Leipsic, of extrathe most fashionable HE creditors of Gdess & Benteenare hereby
IOGEO. W. DOBBIN, Trustee. n Isubstantial well built BRICK HOUSES, with not surpassed by any. Also, one sample Piano, a I/ Perfumers inPars, will permit L Df tti their claims duly authenticated,
O(-The Courier and Enquirer, New York; U. S. st stcellars to each. l ihe whole rent for $360 per correct copy of the celebrated Earard, London, a 0a.1h t rc e m vi
Gazette, Philadelphia; and Westchester Record, will annum, grand Piano, of superior tone by E.Rosinkranz, alo, next when a dividend of te assets in hand will
insert the above four times, charge this office, and send Also, 2 Two Story BRICK DWELLINGS, a lot of fine Guitars, all for sale on accommodating der
bill immediately. ja 19 C eots situated in East street. Old Town, near theAf- terms. Purchasers are politely invited to call and s; Soaps; Creams Pastes; WMA TALBTT.
MILL FOR SALE.f .rican Church. Lots 25 feet by 105 with good examine them at No. 22 Light t, Hair-Dye; Vaentes Depilatory Powders; Tooth 2watlM Truses.
K L ERCIANT MILL & FAC- back buildings and dry cellars, Rent for $168 p
R"OCKDALEMERCHANT MILL & FAC. a Constantl reevig Dr eas etlrS "a- i9_____ JM ILR ^^ ^ ^ resting Cases; Gloves; Mitts- TO- lTHE PUBLIC. --e
i TORY HOUSE FOR SALE.-This property S Also, 2 Two Story BRICK DWELLINGS, SOMi .'I'HILNG( NEW FOR TH AI E. -- .- H ND RI E h-ih for
situated on Jones' falls about 2 miles from the centre S situate at the corner of East street and Half l TIE he
of the city ot Baltimore, and near the city limits, sJm a Moon Alley; the corner house is considered re
consit n tialST ONEMILwthone of the best stands in Old Town for the retailgro- de Lien f
'' three run of French harm Mill Stonea, and all cery business, fommerhy occupied for a number of some assor
JUBthe necessary machinery for manufacturing years by Mr Jae CoiIs. Rent tb $222 tei aut itaux n
super aird family flour,.us y r m s o n. o r e n Rose and Satinwood GUITARS t
There us also adjoining tire mill a large and substan- As in sai Alley, adjoinin the are nuce rs
tial Factory House, built of stone. l good Two Story BRICK DWELLINGS, tc- scribers hands,
The seat embraces about 60 acres of land, upon Jl gether with a vacant Lot adjoining Accordeon with 26 keys, warra
which there are also three small dwelling houses, sta- another house Rent avr v 1ca 0 per annum o fact tone and
bling, barn, &c. h Alsou two excellent Two Story BRICK The subscriber has like
Toeany person wishing to embark in the milling bu- ||HDWELLINGS, situated in Low street Old rhadEXCELLENT cing between Carria
amss neear fwesalimmnspesntn get-~Piano Fortes, 6 an caemnlcue yE
er inducements. The water power may, with small Town, near the ael-Air Market. Those hou- Rosencrantz, Dresden. They are warranted to be the
,,t expense be applied to m manufacturing purposes other vees a re pins co p et ne wl ord er, d h avi p t and al- very be
than that of flour, rog ear r el a
tha tht o flurous'epu,^ K ~ ^ anumInstrumeots will be sold wholesale or retail on very ^f S W ^ aeo esnbe s
The Mill, Factory House and Miller's House, will wa Aou d aTo $1ry pRICK annu, t
be sold with or without the other premises, and the Asit wo sto ry BRICK ite DW e Bel- no 1
whole establishment may be had for much less than --L situate in Gay s nearly opi the Tel
the cost of the iimprovements--terms of payment will ..amAmlJ"Aitrm olMarket~yars-hndeeings rentedtheO asmgOOdintenantgfoorelr IAol IAoRE AB
beeasy. Apply to LUT HER J. COX aterm of 10 years-hue keeping the same in good re-
jaIl eol4t P Pacastreet, Balt. pair, for and during the said term. Rents tor $120 GRA
per amiurn. and the public generally for pas
FOR SALE.-The undersigned offers at Also, 2 Two Story HOUSES, state in favors, begs leave
aB FLOURING MILL on McElderry's wharf huffliBrick House. Lots 25 feet by 105-conveni-
It consists o1 a brick Mill, Engine house and Ware- ant to the Bel-Air Market. Rent for $108 per ann. and VIOLINS
house, substantially built on piles; a low pressure qi_ Also, a Two Story BRICK DWELLING second hand Pianos; and
steam Engine of 3dI inch cylinder, and part of Meill rtfN HOUSE, corner oh Park and Pleasant streets, nsade, or inakesteraPi
Machinery for four run oc burrs, The lot on which Hoccupied by Mr. El Plowman, as a store, and stools and music tande of
the above property is situated binds on the water one is an excellent stand. Rents for $160 per annum, proved patterns. He wa
hundred fee{, running one hundred feet back to Mill The whole of the above described Property is in fee work, and his charges w
street, forming a square one hundred feet each way, simple, except $178 ground rent, and the title indi- the Stable instead He ip s
and subject to a ground rent. If the above property putable, and will be guaranteed to the purchase. Petris & Nenninger. .
is not disposed of before the 24th March next, it will Notes or approved Checks on the Franklin Bank of Orders will
on that day be sold at auction to the highest bidder Baltimore wjll be taken in payment, or exchanged for Liberty near Lexington st
at the Exchange, at one o'clock P. M. annrnved Bank Stock. Anlv to of Messrs. Wilhig and Be


ja6 2awt24M __ JOHN BARKER. -" ... E: ,McFAUL & CO. no 21 eo3m* m==MMS6i-- RES with 1,2,tamliswill ben RADseE wit Criae 2p ta
TO LET. ja 5 d Pennsylvania Avenue. GERMAN PIANOS. 3 and 5 Lights, ASTRAL AND MANTEL AM Sesl b f urse
T HE SUBSCRIBER will let from year to A- FOR RENT-The 3 story Brick DWEL- THE Subscribers have receiv- &c.&c. The above Goods are ofhe laest style, and
T year, or her a short term of years, that BEAU- fl LING on Charles street, nearly opposite Plea- ed by late ad wil co- r ceapnes f and ualty coo C ras a a sleh
TIFUL GARDEN situate in Aisquith street, oppo- asi. ant at. Apply toa up f cannot be excelled. kaei n t o hST a
site the Carmelite Nunnery, recently occupied by Mr. de 19 P WM. HOWELL & SON. German a f i o N a a o rnell o a Nth opposite the CiySpr
Henry Moore. The gardeu is filled with theCHOiEST O T Tw vnro ioar s none impor om Germany,-
Fi AUi rn, sich as PEARS, PEACHES, RASPBER. 'laOR RENTCha.-Two ver, y desirable Rfhoomsote nemon o fro
HIE'-,o SRUBe R and RS ris ff entofSHRUBBERYandFLOWERS Thereisa L.Uspectable Boarding houses in the city En- ED FRENCH B RR MILL
A- comfortable DWELLING HOUSE upon thequire at this office. .i
[[]premises, situated near the centre of the gar- FOR RENT-A two story brick House At his OLD STAND Pratt street
'flo den. T o horticulturists and others fond of 0Rin South E xeter t. W estside, near tin inform his advantage soelid to b ta P s in 0r
in [South Exeter st. West side, near the Poun .: finsadodcsoesta e
lowers this garden offers advantages seldom to be met l Cake Pump so caiied-rent 91C0. Enquire friends and old customers that he and ESOPS do
with. For terms apply to at the House. j. a 14 dtf h a so r oFRNHB R7
ST. GEO. W. TACKLE, a P GBO
oc 8 P d Office No.18 St. Paul st. C.H. EISENBRANT, such as tire old fashioned bar-s
FO RENT-The two upper oors of IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER rivaled for breaking up neO i.,i ..n N MAK, W E
OoOF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, No.64 Bat- three horse down to a Vmiall PAR.I ROOM
Store house on the north side of Baltimore, timore Street -Baltimore-Begs leave to inrm his riety of Davis' celebratN i r
a near Sharp street, over the store of Magruder friends and the public generally, that he has received, cast points of all sizes; and to of the mesl and
an y e s iomtob mand keeps constantly on hand, a very large assort- proved kinds, New m-tock, w ea n r .irto of our
apply to MAGRUDER & DALRYMPLE, ment of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS from the most lie also has and intends keeping a good as
or to SAM'L. J. K. HANDY, celebrated Factories in Europe. of Harrows, Cultivators of all kinds anti
oc16 dtf LawBuldings These instruments are manufactured by his especial He also has on hand ge ed rn t or
SFOR RENT- A Small FARM, calcula- directions, and neither pains nor expense have been ONS, Horse and Ox Carts, Drays, Webaowa, at b a s i ti ororc nh nn er
tfl ed fo ar timing or gardening, adjoining the spared to make them suitable to the public taste, viz, and Trucks for warehouses and Steaboatwhich he h t hnt n
Westard City line, and lyingbetwcen the Fre- PIANO FORTES of the finest quality made by thie will dispose of on the most o tice Te continue to impot French to theadvanta to caaths estas n a u
derrick and the Washington Turnpike roads,-near to celebrated Ernest Rosenkranz, Dresden, C and C's 6i terms. Farmers. Merchants and others woulddo well B e oefth r t to ll b e e a eu er
this farm, and perhaps extending into it, is a bed of octaves with metallic Plates, of Mahogany and Rose- to give him a call before
MerI, from which a large quantity has been already wood; they are warranted to be the very best instru. Al
dug adjacent to the farm. Apply to men's which can be imported from said Factory.- it' will be returned after a fa
de l d4t3aw PS RICHARD CATON. Rose and Satinwood GUITARS; COCOA FLUTES. All orders executed with neatness a
FORR RNT. --A 2 story Brick HOUSE' silver mounted and silver keys; CLARINETTS J. T.
A-A FOR" RUNT.-A 2stor Brick HOUSE, sive amounted n sle ke ys; FRCrLo A.RINETS J. T n *Pa ,,lAv .n FORD, They may be seen at their shops, West Falls Ave. use every edort to merit a co ntinuance of the same.
in St Paul's street, on the east side, between with 15, 12,and 9 keys; FRENCH HORNS; TRUM- fe 4 eolin*Bridge nue, near Pratt street bridge, and corner of Paca and N. B. UNDER AKING punctually attended to.
Franklin and Mulbery-it has every conven- PETS; CORN PEANS; Bass and Tenore jy 10 tf WM. B. BLASS Agent.
tence for a genteel family, in complete order, neatly BONES- OPHILYDES, all with patent valves; AC- OMPOUND
papered and painted, the parlours are of handsome CORDIbNS with 24,18,12,and 8 keys. BIC-For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, W R fH E SUBSC BER, being ow in the Island o
size, and the whole house admirably arranged, Patent The above Instruments are Manufactured by Mr. Cough, Pains and Soreness in the Breast, Influ ,
Hyrat n h yrd wic evr reze.Enqure""B 1'8 Consumption, Hoarseness, difficult lFr....iii.:, and ] & 9L js 'S months, begs leave to inform those who way be in
Hydrant in the yard, which never breezes. Enquire Gicuhand, Paris. Consumpti
a27 dt of JAMES BOSLEY KENT BUGLES and Cornopeans made by the Diseases of the Breast and Lui., -. erally. want o the Wines ofthe Island, that their orders, by
S lot 0 best maker in London, Charles Pall; real ROMAN Thit Syrup is composed l tI, 'M ARABIC com the PipeHhd.or qr Cask, will be received at his
M_ FOR RENT-The three story BRICK VIOLIN STRINGS of 4 lengths and 4 threads, direct bined with such other remedies as have been found by WarehouseNo. 21 South streetand forwarded to him.
DWELLING on Pratt street, a few doors be- from Rome. long experience, best calculated to afford relief in the To gentlemen, who desire a selection of the very
low Exeter, now occupied by Mrs. Ge. W. -ALSO- above named diseases. It is not trumpeted to te choicest Wines the Island affords for their own able
Peterkin. Early possession can be given if required. A Complete assortment of GERMAN INSTRU- world as a new discovery, or a peic, but as a re in packages to suit them-as also to Hotel keep-
Apply to HENRY H. WILLIAMS; MEN r'- of all descriptions, m reedy, prepared according to the prescription of an ers, su an apportuniy has rarely occurred. From
de 28 d 4 Commerce st, C. H. E. continues to manufacture, Flutes, Clari- eminent Physician, which hinas often afforded relief, more than twenty years experience as a wine merch-
FOR SALE-2 small Two Story BRICK netts, Bassoons, Obhmes, double andl single Flageolets. when other remedies have been tried without the least an in this city, together with a long residence in a-
HOUSES, I situated in George street west His instruments have been tried by the best judges in benefit. deira he flatters himself that e will be able, in his
t side, near Biddle street, the other in Lexing- the country, and pronounced superior, he having se- It is particularly recommend
ton stre southside ear v trt. orrm veral times received medals from the American In- Scientific preparation, ready at hand, and well calcu- te qaltis of all Wines ordered o h, to corres-
al to THORNON ea RetKSN stitute. lated to fulfil the purposes for which it is intended. pond in every particular on the arrival with the repre.
appmy to &,ARCKT' TieR.
ja 21 No.10 eight st wharf The subscriber will sell wholesale and retail on the Prepared only by G. K. TYLER, corner of East sensation made. He can the more faithfully promise
o most accommodating terms, de 8 d Baltimore and High streets, Baltimore. For sale in this, as the selection will be made under his own per-
FOR RENT -The lar.11 ond convenient
H YELLOW HOUSE in Hos-arla Park wit WATCHES ANt) JEWELR AT Wsington by R. S. Pattersnange
flTJTOY-The HOUS DnHnraPr UCED PRICES. by 0 M. Linthicum. j. 7 n-i Tnco ,ci Wines but what are highly approved of.
J rented to a good tenant for one or more yearsHE SUBSCRIBERS have just received rm As the ill ealh ofthe undersigned, before his de
and he necessary re taken out of the rent r No. BALTI- STONE WARE. Dr. Hull, a complete assortment of the genuine arure for the Island rented i in an r
and ntne necessary repairs taken out of tieret, 3) & A. CAMPBELL, No. 166 BALTI- STONE WARE, ..
which will be low Apply to men, MORE STREET, Importers of WATCHEShand and in- HULL'S TRUSS, adapted for every variety ofRup-
G. B WILSON & CO., Charles street, JEWELRY, &c. have on hand an extensive assort- tend keeping a large and generalsuitable for all ages and sizes. r ststhatthoe hohavenotalrea n n
ja 19 dl6t? P opposite Raiad Depot. mentofLEVER WATCHESinGOLD and SILVER very superior STONE WARE, which they offer for Also a small lot of Dr. Hull's Plated TRUSSES, a eiordeswi leave them as ab on
-- t s road Depot ES 'om the manufactories of M. J. Tobias & sale at reduced prices. Country Merchants and others very superior article. ract eoastoe
SFOR RENrtment ore and Cellar Co., Robinson, L. H. Samuel& Co. and others.-- would do wellno doubt would be pleas- CAUTION TO PURCHASERS eriod in the Sprin
I sliest. Apply to THOS. IRWIN.Jr. STYLES as FERRONIAS, BRACELEIS, HEAD 'They have also on hand a few of BROTHER- consequenFe GOLD JE ER OF THE NEWEST ad wit both the gos an t ,
Hanover street, on to ORNAMENTS, ORNAMENTS FOR THE NECK, TON'S PERCOLATING FILTERERS, thees ti
ja 16 2w8t Doct.G.S. GIBSON, N. Charles st. COULIERS, BREASTPINS, RINGS, CARD article ever invented for the purifi
F FOR SA LE.-I iee n.-w HOI.s. su.- CASES, &c.; which with every description of Goods it cleanses it from all ext.ne matterand by its op- from his office-without this none are genuine. .
ataed on Hollins s-. west ol'Cove st rnqwre "i Pin their linethey offer at RETAIL at very REDUCED ration renders 'e mo LUrbid as clearand pelucid as AMOSG.ULL. o e o
THORN TON 4EARECKSON, PRICES. spring water. For sale wholesale and retail by ite h e at A FOst su prison of
jd I9 No. 10 Light si. whartm. FOR RENT-TWO ROOMS over the t-Or0rders are deliveredG. L DUHURST i CO. wia W a Sl Or cSn
SLBS. GINSENG, lor sale by Store; the rent will be moderate. Apply as of expense. BROTHERTON & MORTON, Comer of Pratt t. and Dugan's wharf
ja2 W.G. HARRlSON. above, ja 8 eod8t jy 24 dtf Pitt street adjoininHa Run. Jy 18 eo Lower end Centre Market Space i MillsNewco
30 ja 2 W. HARRISON.mer, Welsbants,'Shupe &Byr a1


STEAMB
TO THE SOUTH.
VIA THE
CHESAPEAKE BAY & PORTSMOUTH AND
ROANOKE RAIL ROAD.
.c., ,arsitl for Jau;,i r
B yT TH F STE A BOAT
PilL" \ SHON lA
the lower e
1B1111 11wharf every Wednesday
Morning at 10 o'clock lor orol and teortsmouth
and Roanoke Rail oad.
Passengers for CHARLESTON will be forwarded
the following morning o the Portsmouth and Ro-
anoke Rail Road to Weldon (passing the whole dis-
tance by day light) where they will arrive several
hours prior to the departure of the Cars for Wlming-
ton.
Passsengers for Richmond or Petersbrug leep on
board the "Pocahontas" and arrive at their place of
destination tihe day after leaving Baltimore.
JNO. C. MOALE
General %.zri Baltimore Sta-Packet Co,
ja 16 (li.mriv
No freight received on the mornings of departure
FORkREDERICKSBURG VA,
The Steamboat RAPPA-
HANNOCK, Captain N.
ro:? Faithank, is now ready to
P'Ei k "r receive freight and resume
her regular trips to Fredericsburg and the different
landings on the R .pr.r ver, leaving Light
street wharf on A AFTERNOON, the
27th of February, a 5 o'clock and will continue to run
as usual .liruu te season.
PASSAGE TO PONGOTEAGUE ACCO-
MAC COUNTYVA.
y^^f^ Tr- Steamboat RAPPA *
"--%N,.OCK, Cptai N.
,,I ohnk, will resume her
tr- ripst heaoe
[I- ...r tr
placs. ievio 1.i't n STURDAY
At I '.t' i N, 1.. 7 February, at 5 o'clock.-
The Rappahannock will be at Pongoteage on Sun-
day the 28th of F,.r.i,, and arrive in Fred cs-
burg on Monday I- j-i .March. By thisroute per-
sons on the Eastern Shore of Va., devious of visiting
%% .irr.., on the 4th of March, can by taking the
li il I,.. i and Steamboat line at Fredericksburg on
Tuesday the 2d arrive in Washington the same day.
Fare from Pongoteague to Fredericksburg $5.
le 2 dtf
--i~lI~ III tJi; I Al
,\NI' l'Inh{ i i~-ii'
A PACKET will com-
nn.. n c loading to-morrow
a t-sail on Saturday
F- r-.t il r re: --. in store and forwarded
twice a week by packets until the Steamboat is reay
to run. v. OWEN,
fp 2 dt24th Pattersont. wharf.
Nu I 1'- II" '4 FTHL LL..
.^ The Potomac being free of
i -e-, the Steam Boat SID-
SN, will leave Washi-
.,,,EVERY ilHI-.
at 5 o'clock, A. M. lor Fredericksburg, ail ill i
r r; 'A.il hlhiR-u Ri-i uld Cars for Richmond,
r t ir n..,I~ .,rl it .-
I'.. l .i r, tleston. Passengers
P.x I.1 ,,.:.t lii air \ d
..ii ,r. in theafternoon Cars,
a I i ,:l..-k, l,.r, t pper. The O nibus
calls at the Hotels in Washington, o take the passed
gers and their baggage to the boat to sleep, all ree of
charge.
Seats secured through, at the office of STOCKTON.
FALLS & CO., adjoining the Depot otheBaltimore
and Philadelphia Rail Road ja


FOR BENEDICT, VIA FAIR HAVE.
The steam
SENT iil cirmence her re
"gr,..r r,,, s o
T I,' ESFAI D.a
-i4., the same hour t II,
every succeeding Tuesday. Se will leave the Mary
land State wharf in the city ofBaltimore for Benedict
and other places on the Patuxent river, and will re-
turn trorm thence on thie '1 I -lowing, leaving
Benedict at 6 A. M., ann ip at Fair Haven
goingand il 11
Passage i., r ii..i the P..ti t.. ... .. .. .
and lare to or front r ...
F:,-;. h...:, heretofore. 1. L. Ll,
fb -, Fr Sa & Mo Master.
,% 1:1' iT.ll t iAr';KMgi *'
GRFATO[THR UNITED STATESi
MAIL LINE, DAILY TO THE SOUTH
O-THE ONLY LINE CARRYING THE GREAT AIL-f
THIS IS THE ONLY DILY LINE.

Irair..% \ I+-LI.I-'.I lu H- u r .,
S ||Il''l].,.'|M I..'I t.\ l.-:.kir. h ( r l ..l n,..i ,
fi.r \\ .]-!,r, -'..li .I 1 P M l
fngtorn, I',,... I-liJ %
ington, 1'..*; i.. 1.4,-lr_ Riichmond, Petersburg, Wel-
don, ano i.. .,ir.I., to CHARLESTON, S.C-
reachirn Charlestoi the second morning after leaving
i; 1.11 \ .,,l often ONE DAY inADVA .L
ofany other Line,-the Companies on the route being
bound by the Post-Master General to make the ol-
lowing quick Schedule:
Leave Philadelphia, 8 A. M
reach Baliimore, 2 P. M. 96 Miles, in 7 Hours.
Leave Baltimore, at 4 P. .-
reach Washington 6 P. M. 40 Miles, in 2 Hours.
Leave Washingt, 5 A. M.-
reach Fredericksburg,12M. 70 Miles, in 6 Hours
Leave F-h-i irk 12 .-
reach I....1.1 P. M. 61 Miles, in 4 Hours.
Leave Richmond at 5 P. M.-
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M. 22 Miles, in Honrs.
Leave P.l-ht.. at 7 P. .
react: ..lI i,, IA. M. 60 Miles, in 4 Hours.
Leave Weldon, at A. M.-
reach Wilmington 1 P. M. 161 Milesin Hours.
Leave Wilmiington, I P. M.-
reach Charleston next day, 170Milesin4 Hours.
6SO0 Miles,in52 Hours.
As this Line carries the GREAT AIL, (hich
cannot be delayed,) anid is almost entire a R L
RO.aD LINE, it will be perceived at once, that e
Traveller, unless in some extraordinary contingency,
is sure of a connection throuhout, whilst it is evi-
dent that Fogs, Rough Weather and Storms must of-
ten occasion delay in a route, more than two-thirds
ofwhich is by thie Bay,-the Travellr being also sub-
jected to Sea-Sickness, and incurring unnecessary
risk, Irom boats being urged to t- l their speed,
to compete with the ore DiR T INLAND
tOUT! !
Thire above Line will be found not onlythe MOST
CERTAIN and EXPEDITIOUSbut the most at-
tractive-as it passes through e Seat of Govern-
ment and in sight of Mount Vernon, by daylight,
and through Fredericksburg Richmond and Peters-
burg, the largest and most nourishing towns in Vir-
ginia.
IT IS ALSO CHEAPER O RICHMOND, AND
AS CHEAP AS THE BAY ROUTE TO WE-
DON. .i.i Tru, li,.i, have no expense ortroublewit
their lI; I- \i .
This is also much the nearest, quickest and
cheapest route, andi the only certain route to the
interior of Virginia, North and South Carolina-
et Petr-btlir,:. Virginia, commences the route by
% %\ .% h.il,-,i, N. C.-145 miles o Rail Road from
P .. I.,r. i.. it, ,T city. Stage Lines branch offrom
tlie li-i,,, l.,.Il Road to te old Piedmont Line, to
Ml I.n i r, iI. ,&c.-andto Knoxville, Tenn.
This is the ONLY DAILY LINE to Richmond
and Petersburg
i-li'., ,-..r. for the Raleigh& Gaston Rail Road
i,.', i .,,1..... n I, tersburg, V a.
I'..,r Ih,:r information and through Tickets,
..ri\ ,. .ll-.ofSTOCKTONFALLS&CO.
Adjoining the Philadelphia Raiload Office, Prattst.
nle 12 dtt Baltimore.
TO WESTERN AN SOUTW TER
TRA VLERS.


I'irIIT 0tT.L)N IN TE, iil
., 3. ll.il.or.tcr- .lock,
aiterthe arrival of the Pl,.- Road cars.
For Wh"'linz. l'ii.. l, Coumbs,
and i iieno,,i. %,a I..li-,,- and'Ohi Rail .1ad
and iiil ,. ,. theUnion.
ir.''-t Iihoursonly.
SPi l 1' i- \' i I --ves every morningat7
o clock, for the above cities travelling the same route
as thie Good Intent Line. Troughin52ours.
Thre above Lines connectar 'l ll 'e
Ohio Lines of'Stages,-also, *i ri... 1 Mi-
ville, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis and New Or-
leans.
For Seats in Baltimore, apply at the Genera Oppo-
sition Stage office, No. 14 Pratt street, directly oppi-
site the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot.
HUTCHINSON & WEART,
THOSE. SHRVER,
ALPIHEUS BEALL, Owners.
WILLIAM H.STEELE,
de 21J. A. WEART.Aent.



.'J a-2.'i (>iP'i);9 k
Al TO $10.-The Pione. r have thisday
commenced running an i
Baltimore anti Wheeling, known as the Fast Pioneer
Opposition Line.
Passenrgers in the above Line will eav the Depot
of tihe Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road every Morning
at 74, and proceed to Frederick over the Baltimore
and Ohio Radl Road, and from thence over the Na
tional Road, in splendid Toy built Coaches. Through
in as short a time i other Line.
For seats anti I.1-r information, enquirer at he
only office for the above Line, No. 24 Pratt street
I -i iI. ail Road Depot.-i i,.
I ..1,,'tl ... .-' it is the FAST PIONEER LINE OF-
F'I t. j 9 d3m W.D. RIDDLE, Agent.
TO TIlE UBl.
IT must be obvious to every one, that an Intelli-
gence Office,when conducted under proper princi-
ples, and reguIatel upon an honest and equitable
course, is of great convenience and utility to the citi-
zens of a populous and thriving city like this. The
subscriber being aware of Lis fact, and with the
knowledge that a degree of dissatisfaction has existed
from the manner in which other offices of he kind
have been heretofore conducted, he has therefore ta-
ken great pains to conduct IS establishment in such
a manner as to deserve public confidence, and be
tun I i, patronage.i .
PIi..i iN 1,, .rg applicforser-
vants, or help of any other
vance, 50 cents each, for
to the records, properly ke
which they find the names,
of the servants or other he
them answers the desired
returned. Yearly subscri
ea
Persons at a instancee ni t
the above capacities, or a.
srpplied+ by asddressing by l
ONE DOLLAR
Houses, Farms, Vacant Lo
kinds of Properly, bought a
commi
Money loaned on Mortga
Judgments,
Stores, Taverns, Bar Room
ness Establishment%, disp
For Rent at all times, a
Houses, Stores. Farms,
Insolvent Papers prepared,
correctly
N. B. All letters addressed
thankfully received an
GEORGE G
General Intelligenc
fe 3 Corner Baltim


KAIL RAI
ANNAPOLIS AND EL RIDGE BAIL
ROAD.


VElk Ridge Hailroid being
U. now ,q'ri rIn'r.strit its whole extent, the Pre-
sidentand DUii,'. ,.i ved:-
That on Saturday the 26th inst. and daily thereafter,
at 6 o'clock, A. M. a train of Cars will leave the
Company's Depot at Annapoli and reach the junction
with the Baltimore and Washington Railroad in time
to connect with the train which leaves Washington
lbr Baltimore at the same hour.
The returning train will leave the Company's De
potat the junction of the two Roads immediately alter
the arrival at that place of the train which leaves Bal-
timore for Washington at 9 A. .
At 3 o'clock P. Ml. another train will leave the De-
pot at Annapolis and reach the Depot at the junction
in time to connect with the evening trains rom -
timore and Washington, and willeturn to Annapoli
immediately after exchanging Passengers with those
trains.
The Company's Locomotives are in charge of skilful
and experienced Engineers. Its cars are commodious
and well built. Every possible attention will be paid
to the comfort of paencer All possible care will
be taken by the (i.,I to ensure the sae trans-
portation and del, ld
- The rates for tiroiaiin i Passengers areas
follows:-
For the whole distance between the cities of
.\ ri.: l.'l; .,i.t li ore, 2,00
For i i 'r.c between the cities of.
Annapolis anti Washington, 2,50
For any shorter distance at te ate of six and a quar-
ter cents per mile.
Tickets may be obtained at he offices of the Balti-
more and Ohio Bail Road Company in Baltimore and
Washington, which will enable the holders to travel
free of all other charge throughout the line to Anna-
polis. Antd in like mariner at the office of this Cm-
pany, in Annapolis, traveller may obtain Tickets
which will enable them to travel free of all other
charge to Baltimore or Washington. By order,
SOMERVI LLE PINKNEY, President.
de 28 (12


BALTIMORE &SUSQUHANNA RAILROAD


111L Hi i irii.ing AILY
L '. ,bll ,-- kim.- ice co er
of North & ',r.,i. .rees, at o'clock, A..
FROM 'I Il WRGHTSVILLE andCO-
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clock, P.. Returning, leave Co-
lumbia for York at 1- o'clock, P. M. ad York fo
Baltimore at3 o'clock, P. .
By rhi arrsiie-mernt a connection i formed with
Cars, .,-., t i .. oats to an from Philadel-
phia, Lancaster, Harrisburg, Carlisle, &c. &. and
with Boag' I, illtw
Goods il...l i i poriii to any point on n
this Roa, iill t r.. ,i i Belidere Depot
North street I.'', oly between the hours of 8
A. M.aod4 P M. A ticket, stating the ind and
quantity, to whom, and by who sent, mustaccom
pany the articles, and it a receipt is required, on
must also be sent for the Agent to sign.
Ot-It is also respectfully made known hat in eve-
ry instance itwill be expected at he transportation
and charges will be promptly paidon delivery of all
Goods, and that no rrawback will be allowed for da-
mages, if not claimed within 24 hours ater the de-
livery ofthe goods.
un-Nothing can be forwarded to points on the lin
of the road, between York aud Baltimore unless e
freight is previously paid.
ja 5 D.C.HBORDLEY Sp't.


I-l-ItN I' I EPA '1 1
O F THE Passenger Tirais on the Baltimore
Ohio, and Washington Branch Rail oads.
IST JANUAY, 1841.
MAIN STE
FROM BALTIMORE
H.
For Ellicott's Mills, at 7 15 A. M.
S do do 3 3 P.M.
Frederick, 7 15 A. ,
S do 3 30 P M.
Harper's Ferry," 7 15 A. .
FOR BALTIMORE.
H. ,
From Ellicolt's l, at 8 15 A. M.
do 12 30 P. M.
Frederick, 10 5A..
do 10 00 P. M.
Harper's Ferry, 8 30 A. M.
"WASHINGTON BRANCH."
FROM BALTIMORE,
H. M
For Washington, at 9 00 A.M.
do 4 P .
FOR BALTIMORE.
H. M.
From Washington, at 6 00 A. .
do 4 00 P.M.
Passenge-rs by there morning train from Washington
can connect with thie WRelay
House;-and those destined South, who may come by
the train Irom Harper's Ferry and Frederick, reach
the Relay House in ample time to connect witthe e-
vening train for Washington City. By order,
ja 5 B. CHASE, Passenger Agent.
EVERY O'ORNINGCK
PHILADELPHIA, WILMNGTON & BALTI-
MORE RAIL ROAD.


li k r -- N(.l.l ,Il rnng theI. t-
A U. STATEs MAIL, leaves Pratt t. Depot, every
morning at nine o'clock- the passengers will dine at
Wihni.. .t.r. and reach Philadelphia about four o'-
1iol, I'. M in time for the afternoon Cars to New
York.
The r- bel.,lioi, .eretofore adopted by this Compa-
ny for ,.. ..ir-.i-.rli accommodation of passengers,,e
ease and facility of travel, security of baggage, &c.,
will be continued.
t0-Colored Passengers must apply for tickets at the
office before 8 o'clock.
S**Packages intended for the passenger train, must
be lett previous to 8 o'clock.
de 23 PRS d A. CRAWFORD Aent
Tilk, MERCIHAN DIS TRAINS OF TH
PHILAD. WILMINGTONND BALMORE
RAIL ROAD COMPANY,


I II .LLN%' E I III I N M l II TATI 0N
L'k.,I' I .v r er ,i P ii l FI.: E ee ,
DA I I.t, %..e re-. l, i .r e ri p iaion
Merchandize and commodities as heretofore.
Goods will also be received and delivered at the re-
spective stations on the route, and every facility and
accom mod ation oered.
Utj- It is also respectfully made known, that the
transportation charges on all goods are expected to be
paid promptly on delivery-and no drawback or de
duction for damages will be allowed, unless claimed
within twenty-tour hours ofthe delivery ofthe goods.
A. CRAWFORD, Agent,
Philad. W. &B. R. Road Co.
Baltimore, Dec. I I 1th, 184.de
GREAT MAIL OUT FRO EW
YORK TO NEW ORLEANS.


r'I{AVELLERS between the North d South
U and South West, are informed that a continuous
line ot Rail Road and Stea Boat communication,
now in operation between te North and Madison,
Georgia, via the Wilmington and Raleigh, South Ca
rolina and Georgia Rail Roads, passing from Weldon
by Halifax, Waynesboro and Wilmington, N. C.,
Charleston, Aiken arid Haburg, S. C., Augusta,
Greensborough, to near Madison, .
Distance 567 miles-fare 25 dollars, viz. on the Wil-
i',,t,.j.i road and steam boats, 331 miles 20; South
S-iIln.,i rail road, 136 miles, ; Georgia rail road,
100 miles, 5.
From the South Carolina rail road, a dail line of
stages to Savannah, Ga. flo Geoge's station, ninety
miles; a daily line of stages to Columbia, S. fron
Orangeburg, (to which the L. C. & C. R. R. extends)
40 miles, taking passengers for Camden, Ceiaw and
all the upper districts in South Carolina; a tri-weekly
line from Aiken for GreenvilleS. C. and pper coun-
try in North Carolina.
The following Stage lines connect with the Georgia
Rail Road, two first rate lines, from the head of the
Georgia Rail Road, daily to the head of the ont-
gomery Rail Road, Alabama, 185 miles, via Columbus.
At Montgomery passengers for New Orleans take
steam boat to Mobile.
A new tri-weekly mail line from e head of the
Georgia Rail Road, to the Tennessee River at Gun-
ter's landing via Covingto, Decatur, Cassville and
Rome, through in l] days. From Gunte's landing
there are steam boats and connecting stag line, o
every important point in N. Alabama and Eat Tn
nessee.
A double tri.-weekly line 1
Talahassee and to Mobile
St. Josephs, leaving Gre
Tuesday and
A tri weekly mail line,
Knoxville, Tennessee, via
Cassville and Atlhens, Ten
Tennessee via f'i,.,n'ai.,..
per leaving innir,.n.r,-
arid Friday morn
A tri-weekly mailline fo
ledgeville, via Eatonton
Thursday sad Saturday-a
county and Pendleton, S.
Wednesday a
A daily mail line from
Geo. via Sparta, Mille
There are stage lines r
Alabama to Tuscaloosa an
&
TO MER
Merchandise of all kinds
Rail Road daily irom Aug
miles at 40c.
On the South Carolina R
Charleston to Hamburg, opp
per 100 lbs. and 14
Charleston, (S. C.)
CURE FOR TETT
WORMS.-We, the under
nrnr iii re ,ni.,..i,,. ,.i;n
IAIIsN HIAil hlR;, No ISS
cure of Tetters ant Ringw
had occasion to use it and i
dlesiredefct


John F. Towner A.H.Payne,
Caleb Whitmore William K. Wilson,
H. Griffith Jr Charles Armitage,
Jesse P. Albright, DWhitford,
John P. Howard, C. Matlack,
George Rea, Edward Taylor,
T. E. Hambleton, Thomas Conaway,
John H. Ensor, J. S. Hanze
F. G. Waters M. Gist.
Mrs. E. Shaw W T. Dickinson
Jesse Slingluff, R. W. Caon.
Frances
BII TtBIMORE,NOV. '837.
Having been afflicted ih Tler on he 1nds, for
the last twenty years at im. ar trie the different
cures and found no rehi- f, an ein Harr' cure for
the Tetter,"I was induced o tr it, and found i to
have the desired effect. or the benefit those that
sufferedd from the same aiie, hereby sign my name
ELIZABETH SHRYACK.
The above remedy can be procured at the Drugstore
afR. H. COLEMAN &CO. 133 Baltimore treet, and
SETH S. HANCE, corner of Carle a Prattt.