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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADvERTISER .


PoL. LXXNJII. fBJLTIMOE-:::.SJTUR Ow.r l1TIORXIX1VG, FERK R R is.13, IS41.


A'o. 14841


PUBLtISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBbtN, MURPHY 4- BOSE,
NO. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, RekL.TIMORe.
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a p..r-on r,-itdl,o
n ame city-all new advertisements appear in both
papers.
LOVERSEED--for sale by
tell HARVEY SHAW,_35 West Pratt st.
F SAtilLY FLt' UL 1--i'.t% v....I. for .." ...
tl II H I -% L % I 0 %. .i, W.1 .. -'Pr.,Tr .
I IIIIGif Ni, I'' I. L-i, ,r_ I- .,I.
l fe it HAHVI.Y %- aW,35 Weet Pratt st.
L V EIbk- 1-3m. ,r,- i. prime Perinsylva.
C -loCwv,!rrnem, iit received and lor sale by
1%-I 11 I (11\ ti 'GILL, 75 Iow!y'swhIf._
5LOVLIRSEI'.D-'`-1' tii.1.- L., ii I,-- .J,
received per Rail Road, for sale by
fe 12 G.RI. VICKERS & CG.
t SOFFEE.-350 bags Mt. Domingo COFFEE, for
sale by THOMAS WILSON & CO.
fe 12 48 Sotth Gay street.
LOU Re,.--200 barrels Howard street FLOUR, for
sale by LOWRY & GILL,
fe 12 4t No. 75 Bow ly's wrii.

AMILY FiLOU L--B. Herr's branmm, warranted
1For sale by BUCK & HERR,
fe 1 2 8 Spear's wharf.

OPS-I- stome and for sale by
HA GARLAND & ELWELL.
le 12 86jBowly's whf.
ENN'A. itiYE-1600 bush. prime quality, in
store for sale by BUCK & HERR,
fe 12 8 Spear's whf.
S ALW RATUS--30 casks superior Salwrattus,
for sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 12 7 Bowly's wnif.
RIE Si HOLl, BUI"IT'l"Ri- I linther supply
F received to-day H. POLLOCK.
ida hI) B,6lt i1 n lr II,' BIi-,],e
l-'ilAN MCI 'I'll. --J. 1. IL|tract.,'. --
G ,4.rli 41 dilip, 1.1-I,' ,, %
ja 28 C, W. KARTHAUS. 9 Commerce St.
OURGLASS GIN--Loopuyt's popular Hour-
H glass Gin. constantly on haud and for sale by
is 28 C. W. KARTHAUS, 9 Commerce St.
EES WAX, pur hased by
BD BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ia8 dtf Commerce St.
SUSSIA SIEE'TINGS.-Entitied to deben-
Store, otr sale by JOSEPH P. GRANT,
fe 9 6t 2nd story. No. 82 Bowly's wharf.
I EMJJOSIL NS.--500 DEMIIJOHNS, assorted
D all sizes; from gall. to 5 gall;j ust received and
for sale by EDWAR)S & COBB,
fe 10 7 N. Charles st. opposite Union Bank,
G ROUN U) N U'rS.-Fresti African. tmr sale in
lots to suit purchasers, and low to close, by
GEtO M. .ROBER'T SON,
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay St. next to Pratt,
IQU ORICE iPASTE.-20 cases Sicily LI-
QUNu t-l EPASTE, in stot e and tor sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
AS 9 dSt P No. 55 Smith's wharf.
OLITING CLO'I1H.S5-A full supply of this
article from the best and most approved fabric,
for sale by C. W. KARTHAUS,
is 28 9 Commerce st.
B RAN TD--75 bbfs. I fst and 4th proof New
25 hif. pipes S York Imitation BRAN-
lay, fnr sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
he 12 7 Bowly's wharf.
1iG IRON-S60 toas solt PIG METAL
20 do Hard white dto. for sale
by LOWRY & GILL,
fe 12 5t 75 Bowly's whf.
T 11lO0 ir SEED-100 bushels prime Timothy
1 IED.' in store and for sale by
T. W. & L. LEVERING,
fe 12 4t No. 9 Pratt st. wharf.
W l KIKE--ln hbds, received per busque-
mianna Rail Road and for sale by
Z. H. COOCH,
fe 12 Wood st. Bowly's wharf.
BULS. ot prime live years old W HISKE Y
50 .1 Corn d1
20 kegs Glades Butter sniiiab:e f,,,;l. us
For sale by fe 12 MILES & Al \, N hiLN,
BARRELs.FAMILY Fs.OUR, iED
100 store and for sale by
HAZLEHURST & WALTER,
is 25 d Commerce st. wharf.
COTiTON TH READ.-Just received 200 lbs.
C Cotton Thread, various qualities. Also 50 lbs
100 skein Cotton, white and assorted colors, for sale
by MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
fe 12 P No. 23 S. CUnas st.
l B1,.s MESS PORK.
120 13 do No I (to
50 do Primea do. A good lot,just
received, inspected and oflbredt, for salt' by
fe 12 HUGH JENKINS, Comnarce st. whf.
DOZEN PAINTEs 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 street near Pratt.
11 11111411 Ell 31111..1-A
S I.t,!J ,b' I, h.su,, '., hew crop White SU-
Pu1451 b li % li r. i Jastina, re-
presented to be of superiorr quality-just received and
fbr sale by EDWIN ROBINSON,
f. 3 42 Commerce street.
'3IHl'd!)LN P[1.1 t IOmt I I~iu~ll A~t
105l50 barrels to do
2oI do Old Monongahela do
100 d1o Superfine FLOUR, just received
and for sale by CHARI.ES 'rT.UCEY,
ja 29 121 North Howard St.
lo 11HI DS. N tai. ,i ,. P. -T 'I.,,. I,
1 part low priced
100 tieicesand bibls. N. Orleans MOLASSES
40 tierces and bbls. S. House (to, very low
Forsale by It. HOWARD & CO.
le 12 O'Dnmnell's wharf.
G U N1'WD IK'-:. I11111'l. It IIAL & 10 -tU ..6
G HYSON of the finest quality, at the old prices
Families would do well to supply theuseives as.
an advance in price must soon take place.:
H. POLLOCK,
is 28 10 Ralf. st. near Bridme.
PttOPUCE-
BACON, Hok Round
BUTTER, in fik Ins
LARD, in do
,to. in kep- No I and 2
,LN IIPN,-For sale by
ELIAS SIHAW & CO.
fe 12 d4t P No. 3 S. Howaar ast.
~HAKEI4R' HIEttI,--Thie suhbscriber, has
l-~been ahppointedl Agenil, for this City, ham. Ihi, sale
ofSHAKgRS' HERBS, pmutup by the Uttited So-
ciety mit Lebanon, New York, and has jamal received
a full supply. Orders for any quamitity will be sup-
plied at the Society's prices.
P. S. CHAPPELI,,
is 18 Druggiat No. f7ul Baltimore street.
.lIN ,, e'I m'iilhl i t'l., ii-hl a.''i --- t i,- I ,--,,el.-r
street, near Cay street.
IN STORE.
Superior SOFAS, amid Mahogany CHA IRS,
Venitian BLINDS, amid ()TTOMANS,
BiE[liI EADS, COTS, BEt) SOFAS, &c.
Orders executed promptly by
lv 28 HY. S. SH-RYROCK, Agent._
--'0--0 DOZ. assorted Cordital,- suf'erior-to any
imported
50 do 2d qu'lauf do
20 bbls, asad. ta,.lI..t, lOW price
10 do Cherry Bounice
5 do Kemmiet
5 do Wim.e Bitters
40 dno Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMANI) COURiTOIS,
00 21 Secant 't.
BALT/MORE FiNE ANI) FANCY SIOAP
MAN U FACTORY.
N/o. 14 Pleasant street, bietween Ilotlidary anid North.
5~RAN CIS HYDE &r 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 & t lb Imimps
Shipping and Retailing SOAP, also,
Fancy SOAPS, of every description.
pcI1 mdtf


BACON, LARD, BEEWVAX, &c.
120000 LBS BACON, Hog Round,well
cut and hri-ht ,'t.aa a
550 kegs No. I LARD, it Jfail ..,,,,e order
45 bbls do do
700 lbs BEESWAX; Corn BROOMS
2000 lbs 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,
fe d No. 33 North Howard street.
! UGA R. 11OL UNSS.t 0 VO FEE. &c, -
35 hhd. N II SItG %11, 1-arr ..-I 'ilmai quality
1O do do MOLASSES
10 do Cuba do new crop
150 bags Rio Green COFFEE, part low priced and
part superior
100 bags Laguayra do
JO do St. Domingo do
25 bags Java do
1000 loaves refined SUGAR. On hand and for sale
)wby WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 8 P Lombard near Light st.

B E TING, No. 36 S. Gay st. offers for
9sale-
200 bags Gov't. Java COFFEE
175 bags Old White COFFEE
20 boxes Havana White SUGARS
17 sacks Gni.,v.,qil COCOA
40 bbls New thi.,i, MOLASSES
7 hhds 5bbls. Sugar House MtOLASEES
8 bblsNimaee, .- baskets I'r,.al,,. Wine
6 seroons Caracas INDIGO
50 halt'kegs Malaga GRAPES
Madeira asd Sherry W INES, in bottles
Young Hyson, and Gimpowder TEAS, in
chests, half chests and boxes, &c. &c.
fe9 d
C"LANDLES, GLUE, SANDPAPER. NAILS
&c.-200 boxes Jacksoni's Mould CANDLES
6000 lbs. GLVE. ,' ...I h uality
275 reams S A N DL1' 1' h-. 14
300 kegs best Eastern Nails
9 bales new HOPS
60 boxes Colegates STARCH
3 bbls. C
63 boxes FIG BLUE
150 do Bakers and Laphams No. I Chocola e
20 do Homepathic aunt spiced do
30 do Biket' pri"-,,ed COCOA
500 reams Wrappin,,
100 bundles S. Leaf
190 reams Imp'l. and Medium .PAPER. For
80 bundles B. Box I sale by
25 do Sheathing
50 reams Tea J
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 68 South at. near Pratt.


ONJ 1:%' AND HAA IAN'S AMERIlCAN
LI"' [ "[, lcr cleaning Grates and Stoves.
1I. POL1.OCK,
fe 6 10 Baltimore st. near the Bridge.
HO XNO,*4' POLISHING FLUID FOR
CLEANING BRASS, the best arttcle for the
purpose in The country. H. POLLOCK,
fe 6 10 Baltimore st. near Briulge.
G Ubt ..-.1% ,- o-;,.,,,.%%I -~i~', 'in"
GLOVES, embracing a variety of styles and pri-
ces. Just received at private sale by
HOFFMANS & CO.
fe 5 5 North Charles st.
CHOICE HAVANA AND PRINCIPLE SE-
GARS.
A SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
the Bridge, has ih)store and for sale on moder-
ate terms, a choice and complete assortment of finest
quality Havana and Principe CIGARS. ja29
HAVANA SEGARS.
O SUPERIOR Casadores and
105 00 Regalias SEGARS,
40,000 Canones ho., which will be sold low to
close lots by CH.% i1I.ES GEHRMANN,
fe 9 Exchange Place."
UTTONS.-Just received a large Lot of BUT-
T ''ONS, comprising Silk,Satin, Brocadk, Velvet,
Lasting and Bombazine hg'id. andeplain--for sale at
manufacturer's prices.
MERRILL & HO)TCHKISS,
fe 12 P 23 South Charles st.
OLANSES, West Inudia and Sugar House-
22 hhids 'Timnidad, oh veiny superior quality for
retailing
15 tierces Baltimore Sugar House, do do-for
sale low in lots to suit by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 9 d4t 50S. Gay st. next to Pratt,
B RAN1.Y, &c.-
"A. Seignette"'brand, pipes, half & 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. r-I. '%II;TID.R. Bowly'l wvahrf.

Tore rae on liberal terms,
16 Cartoons contg. a splendid "assortment of
THREAD LACES, EDGING AND INSERTINGS
whicn will be sold very low to close consignment by
ERNEST A. i lHE .NNI I,'u .,x CO.
Its 9 2251 Baltimore st.
ISllING ROPE, &c.--We have on hand and
are manufacturing at our Walk, FISHING
ROPE of the best Russia Hemp, and of all sizes,
which we warrant to be a superior article; also Gangs
of Rigging made to order, on pleasing terms. Apply
to JOHN HENDERSON & CO.
ja 13 Shin, Chandlers,&c.. 71 Pratt sheet.
OURGLASS GIN.--The subscriber, sole a-
gent in this city for the sale of this popular and
excellent flavored GIN, has lately received per differ-
ent arrivals from Rotterdam, a prime lot offilty pipes,
which is offered to the trade as a superior article.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja9 No. 9 Commerce at.
ICIKhL5, &~c.--Uederwootu's superior 151CtK-
LES, Mushroom, Walnut and Tomato Catsup;
Fish and meat Sauces; Mustard; Cayenne Pepper,
&c. a fresh supply just received and for sale by
EDW ARD)S & COBB,
7 North Charles street,
ja 27 opposite Union Bank.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES.
HE undersigned have on hand an assortment of
superior CLOTHS & CASSIM ERES which they
will sell at unusually low prices. Ladies wishing Cloths
for Cloaks, would do well to call and see as they can
be purchased at nett cost, from
W. W. LITTELL & CO.
ja 6 No. 51 Baltimore at.
ELLOWS MANUFACTORY.-We have
on handit ,, -.. ....:., tment of Blacksmithis Bel-
l-si,- ltin,,h a'.. I o ..,,,i ,,,t equal to any in the Uni-
t. -1, 1t,--, at reduced prices. Also Kitchen, Chaumber,
an1 Parlor Bellows, assorted. .A.t.taI-,
J. K. STAII.E i IN & SON,
258 Baltimore st.
fl3-.Bellows ofall description repaired. de 9
-1 FANNiFNT'"I StCOTIiCH ALE.
1I.P.(INDER)1 IG N LD huavingbeeia appointed
T .... e .i 1,-i .,-.a .i I. & R. Ternent's celebra-
ted A .i-i .tk.;..,, .. I. ave to state that they
have on hand and will 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 HENRVYTHOMPSON LSO(N.
ILK AND COTTON UMBRELLAS.-
Tbe subscribers agents for an extensive lactory
of Silk and Cotton UMBRELLAS, can execute or-
ders for any kind wanted,anad have in store 50 cases of
vaiious patterns,and can supply those engaged in the
Country trade by tlhe package.
R. & A. CARTER,
fie 5 74 Bowly's wharf
C IIOCOLA-Ri s.i81C 8s, &c. .
S 5o00 boxes CHOCOLATE
100 kegs GROUND GINGER
50 do do PEPPER
10 boxes FLOUR RICE
1000 Ibs CLOVES
20 bags PEPPER, received and for sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 9 P loutibaM near Lighl st.
havereauy and offer for sale
20,000 lbs. HAMS
20,000 lbs. SHOULDERS
20,000 lbs. SIDES
301 kegs No. 1 LARD
70 bbls (to do
20 do MESS PORK
10 do Rump fe 5
E I,. I~ i I., . I . . . . I......I IW I-

FLAXS'EEf)--I2 casks
WRAPPING PAPER-'250 Reams
PORT WINE--in qr. casks
SEGARS-Havana, Regalia. &c. entitled to
I)ebeeture-For sale in lots to suit and low by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Paalt.
I ITI'I'IlER -t-0 N'- .,'' l.h... h11 a just
rec'd.
Colored Canton Flannels
I)ark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWLS, large size
Low priced Blue CLOTHS
Plaid Linseys; Furniture CHINTZES
--Also on haoud-
Heavy Tickings; Brown DRILLS
Canvass Paddings; Burlaps, all of which they
offer forsale. le 5 P
SCHAER & KUSTER, No. 26 S. CHARLES
STREET,--Importersof GERMAN GOODS-
Hlave received by the latest arrivals from Bremnen,
antd offr tbr sal',
C'ottoiu I-ose amid I haose--Whliie, Black and Mixed,
60 bales Bumrlaps--Nos. 1, 2, 3 atad 4-asssorted bales
6 ca'es TX.. 1:1.-ibJr.s
7 a I",,, i.u i-- 'ase superior Scissors
--ALSO-
3 PIANOS--Roaewood--by Irmler
10 Pipes superior Gin. dl2w fa I
"WEADDEaR--10 casks "Ombro" aiad small Om-
lYE.L brmo" MA DI)ERO landing from barquae General
Harrison from Rotterdam, for sale by
FRED. B. GRAF,
No. 38 South Gay street,
IN STORE-InO casks how priced MADDER
35 pipes high flavoured Hollauud Gin
"Grape" brand
2 cases superior Hollanid Sail Dock
50 boxes (t gross each) Harlem OIlL
5 1.4.-- ,..i ao- .i Dutchi CORI)I A IS
ot direct importatuion. isj '28
WORK, BACON AND LARD--
12 arrels new Prime P'ork
32 do do Mess do
25,000 potanut Battimore Smoked Shoulders and
41 ,.iti,u,. amid Bacon
16,000 pouants Baltimore cuaredl Sides
105 barrels No. I Lard
450 kegs No. t do. in hanudsome shipping
order. For sale by
ROBERT GARRETT &t SONS.
fe 4 P 32 N. Howard street.
'1'UMtBLEU S AN D BO'ITTLES.
lIE subscribers have on hanil amid offer for sale
.Nlow to close sales.
7 boxes, hecavy 1-3 pint TUMBLERS
40 do ito pint do
35 dho light punt d~o
S ino heavy pint do


5 do io fo taper shape
50 Hampers Pint Porter Bottles
50 ( to Quart do do
80 do mio Ale tin
BRAUNS & FOCKE,
fe 8 No. 1901 Baltimore st.
JOHN THEODORE KALL,
No. 7 COMMERCE STREET,
Offers tr sale i ., ,,...m, a, t. ion
li),Ollt) 1111111-111IIE SEGARS
I a ,i.i'ortation
60,000 Havana SEGARS do
22 lierces Cuba HONEY
3 hhIids Kentucky Leal TOBACCO
15 balesblatck Louisiana MOLASSES
25 casks Dutch Crop amth Outbro MADDER
30 do Pearl BARLEY
9 casks Fresh MACE
50 boxes Goshen CHEESE
I.,, 11-i wilhla general assortment of German
Hardware. fie 5 eolir
P RINGING PAPERS-
2500 res'ns News Pri,,h.i. -NI
800 do ino ,I.r I \ '.
750 do do rdo 241X34
400 ito do do 23X33
800 ito dlo dIo 22X:32
450 iho do uto 25-X35'
350 do do do ..X.-.
200 do do do .; \ I.
200 do ido do 25X39
100 do do do 21X30
600 do Super royal do
2000 do Medium and Royal do-On hand and for
sale by OI'S SPEAR,
is 29 No. 21 South Charles street.
A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
A b his friends and the public, ttpt hle has removed
his SILVER ILATING &CO(ACtH LAMP AM N-
UFACTORY. from Batik late to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associiated hmins,lf with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH. the business will heieafter
be conducted under the firm oh CAMPBELL &
SCtLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale,
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
%IlI N, ;, such as t1',ir, ,% o-p;s, h p Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Lace-, I,-p I-IRi., K.,: &.: of superior
'1islinv SriaI on reasonalNe terms. Also, COPAL
V X I; N I -, H. warranted equal to any in use.
-I I, ', ER PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order min their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous Irients for their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage, d s ja 15


904,000 L68 Frederick County Cured
o .IBACON, hog round, of superior
quality, either for shipping or family use-just recei-
ved and for sale by WILLIAM ALLEN,
fe 10 123 N. Howard street near Franklin.
BASKETS CIIAMPAGNE, of the old
established and justly celebrated Anchor
brand, of whi ih wine we always have a supply, for
sale upon liberal credit by the regular agents.
HYATT k STUMP,
fe4 58 South st.
ALT-]C000 sacks fine SALT, (Ashton's)
1000 do G. Alum, large size
10,000 bushels G. Alum, (Liverpool) for
sale by D. STUART, Hillen street.
el II 4t
B13 RALES WrapperyCuba TOBACCO
01 136 boxes SUGAR
53 sticks FUSTIC-just received perbrig
Gen. Brooks, from St. Jago de Cuba, for sale by
JAS. I. FISHER,
fe It d4t P No. 7 Spear's whf.
L IVIRPOOL COAL-700 bushels best Liver.
pool Orrel COAL, per ship Grace Brown, for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers, by
ALEX'R. BROWN & SONS,
or WILLIAM GRAHAM.
fe 10 d4t P
PAT -ENT COTTON SLINE "Tr I N F
T ifE SUBSCRIBERS, Agents for the sale of
Clarksons'Patent COTTON TWINE have now
on hand a complete assortment of this very superior
article, which they offer to Fishermen and others on
liberal terms. SELLMAN & i 1 1 Pill,
fe 10 dim corner South and Pr,T, .Ir.*.
B AN KETS & FLAN N ELS.-I sa. selling
off my stock of BLANKETS and FLANNELS
at 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 hands
lot of 11-4 and 12-4 Rose and Whitney BLAN-
KETS, 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.
U PS, LARD, FEATHEIRS, BUTTER,
H 30 bales first sort HOPS, growth 1840,
3000 lbs. Western FEATHERS,
50 kegs No. I LARD,
100 BUTTER
For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
fe 8 1w No. 282 Baltimore st.
FREDERICK COUNTY BACON.
I .. LES.FREDERICK CO.
_05,0000 BACON, hog round, well cut and
bright colors-put tip expressly for Family use, of the
besi quality of Cornfed Pork, for sale by
ROSS & GARROTT,
fell Hollingsworth St.
1FOTT LhS--
90 hampers common Wine BOTTLES
35 do patent do
40 do do Ale do
For sale low to close, by
F. RODEWALD SLDIDIER,
fe 11 dim No. II Hanover street.
UTTER. BACON, V N ISON, &c.
B 150 k -e, e 1 and 3d quality BUTTER
4 boxes Roll do
3000 lbs. Bacon Hams, Shoulders and Middlings
31 Saddles and Hams VENISON
8 kegs LARD, from Carroll County, receiving
and for sale by HISER & BESORE,
fe 11 corner Howard and Fayette st.
Ilt-MVRNA FIGS-
1~ 200 drums London selected extra Eleme Smyrna
FIGS, put up for particular family use
250 drums London selected Eleme Smyrna FIGS
2700 drums superior London Market, selected to
good Smyrna Figs of various qualities and
prices, received from Smyrna via Boston, for
sale by LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 6 6W Exchange Place.
CHEAP IRIS11 LINENS,
UST received Irom Auction, aLot of Irish Lin-
ens averaging from 371 to 75 cents-Also Damask
Table Linen and Napkins all sizes; Linen Sheetings
2" and 3 yda. wide: some extra fine with a large as-
sortment of Cotton Sheetings and Long Cloth Shirt-
ings very cheap at the cheap stere of
JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No 57 Baltimore street,
feb8 P 1 door above Tripollet's Alley.
R ESIISPRING GOODS, 161 Baltimore st.
FWe have received from the latest airivals-
Super wool black, blue, and indigo green CLOTHS
GA M BROONS, plain and ribbed
Twilled silk pocket HANDKERCHIEFS
Linen cambric I4A N DKERCHIEFS, super
Ladies' KID GLOVE. -r"6r,: ,..ors
Genuine Manchester (.I6N,, 11 new patterns
White SATTEENS; French worked COLLARS
Super plain MOUS. DE LAINE, spring colors
With a variety of other desirable good&, for sale
wholesale and retail by
feB 8 w LEWIS & LEVERING.
E- RIMAN HARDWARE ---teceived per
G Clementine, and for sale on liberal terms-
2 casks German LOCKS
2 do (to LATCHES
I ito BRACES
3 do Cofftie MILLS
3 ido Lancaster and German LAAlPS
I do Dog CHAINS
1 Ido COMPASSES
2 boxes SCISSORS, assorted
3 do Curtain ORNAMENTS
2 do (do POLES.
ERNEST A. HENNIGS & CO.
fe 9 225!. Bait, .t.
RESIt FRUITS, &c.-
Palermo ORANGES-1500 boxes
do LEMONS-800 boxes
Mesgina ORANGES-500 boxes
do LEMONS-300 boxes
FILBERTS-120 bags
WALNUTS-70 bags
A I.:11N N D) -.-,,t,.,., s
I -..-. .- B BI \ 1 )T--2 cases, 40 lb. each
LIQUORICE PASTE-10 cases
CITRON--20 boxes
POMICE STONE-I15 hhds.
FIGS-500 drums, superior
TAMARINDS-100 kegs
GROUND NUTS-l500 bags
is I~*lfNl.\C--300 bags
'llf I.' "-'.cases
RAISINS-7000 boxes
RAISINS--300.,. r.,,r ale by
fe 11 J i hilo Commerce st.
FuoRNEY GROVE,21 SOUTH CHARLES
J0 STRE ET, offers for sale at wholesale
Gelatine Capsules
Irish Moss No. I anti 2
English Rhubarb
Aloes, Hepatic, Soc. and Barb
Purple BROWN
Red Oxy'd IRON
Oxalic Acid
Lamp Black in paper and bulk
Ivory do
Drops and Patent do
A sphialtfum
Senna Bombay
do E.I1.
Pink Root washed
Wedgewood Mortars
Boiled Linseed O)IL
Japan, Coach anit Furniture Varnishes.
Together with a general assortment ot DYE-
STUFFS. &c. ja 29
F. WV. DAMMANN.
IMPORTER 01" GERMAN DRY GOODS,
No. 1 South C'hares at reef, usp Stairs.
HAS received by late arrivals andi offers f'or sale
ion cheap terms, the following assortment of
season-hie DRY GOODS.
BURLAPS No. 1,2, and 3
Tecklenburga and WESER LINEN
A lull assortment of Cotton HOSIERY, viz.
Womens white, black andi colored Cotton HOSE
Mens white, brown, blue mixed and black Cotton
half HOSE
Cfhiidrens HOSE, &c.
4 cases C'otton GLOV'ES and SHAWLS
2 cases Silk andi Cotton fancy SHAWLS
6 cases Pullieat, Madras, sand Foulard HDKFS
I case Silk Velvets and Silk and Cotton VEST-
INGS
Black Silk Mantua RIBBONS
Cotton TAPES, No. 11, 17 and 25
2 cases OIL CLOTH
--ALSO--


50 boxes TUMBLERS different kinds, and
25 bairels best quality STARCH
fe 8 d1w
BURLAPS, COTTON HOSIERY, &c.
URLAPS-Nos. 1,2, 3 k 4
B Do in bales of assorted Nos.
Black Silk CRAVATS
Do do do with col'd borders
Do do do Flowered do
Plaid do do
Pulicat HDKFS. 28,30 & 31 inch
Madrass do
Black Satin VESTINGS; Fancy & Figured do
,mnen TAI'ES & BOBBINS
COTTON FRINGES, assorted; 4 4 OIL CLOTH
Oil Cloth Table COVERS, painted and bronze metal
print
Fancy SILK SHAWLS, assorted sizes
Do COTTON do ito do
White and Brown THREAD GLOVES
do Open work COTTON do
Bleached TICKLENBdERGS
Do ROLLS, for Towelling
Sail DuCK, assorted qua.
A lull assortment of Women's, Men's and Child's
C.OTTON HOSE. Just received and for sale on li-
beralIterms by ALBERS & CO.
fe It dtlM 2 German st.
SADDLES, SADDLES.
T IIE SUBSCRIBERS wishing to dispose o
their present stock ofSA DDLES, 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 r ie stock of COACH, GIG
andSULKEP II\i.Ni.-. l'ersons about purchas-
ing, are requested to call andi examine ow
comprising the largest ever offf'red i I1ht.,' -1
nearly 200 SETS.
Also LEATHER TRAVELLING TRUNKS of
all sizes, and shall be sold as low as can be purchased
in this or any other city. at wholesale or retail.
ROGERS & BLASDEL,
no 14 190 Baltimore street
...J011I N -. E'I Z,
P PROFESSOR OF1 MUSIC (formerly Profes-
sor of the Courts of their Royal Highnesses of
Stockholm Copenhagen, Hanover, Franklort on Main
Cassel, etc.) begs leave to inform his friends and
the public generally, that he will instruct on the
following instruments, viz.-VIOLIN, FLUTE,
CLARONETE, VIOLONCILLO,DOUBLE BASS,
&c.
For further information inquire at his dwelling N.
Gay street No. 89, or at Mr. C. H. 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


OELRICHS& LUIRMAN,
NO. 31 SOUTH CAIARLES STREET,
MPORTERS OF GERMAN AND BRIT-
ISH GOODS, have received by late arrivals, and
offer for sale on reasonable terms,
BURLAPS No. 1, 3, 3, 4 and 0.
6-4 Brown LINENS, assorted from No. I1to 5.
or Silesias do do 601to 100
6-4 Crees a Ia Morlaix
6-4 Flandersheling
Linen CHECKS, red and blue
White Tecklenburg LINENS
Flaxen BURLAPS-No. 1, 2,3
German Brown ROLLS
1.and 4-4 Irish LINENS
26 inch Poinser Long CLOTH
Twilled SILESIAS
Damask and Diaper Linen, Tabling 6-4 24-4
Do NAPKINS, J, 6.4
10-4 Brown Linen Table COVERS
Linen TICKING, 63 inches wide
do do and f yard
Men's, woman's and children's white and black
Cotton HOSE anti SOCKS
Schleicher's genuine German PINS, No. 5
6 and 3 cord white, black and coloured SPOOL
COTTON
Linen and Cotton TAPES. ja 13
LACE GOODS.
W IDE VALENCIENNES LACE, new
style,
Wide ast N arrow Thread LACES, superb patterns,
6 4 and 8 4 Brussels NETT, plain and figured,
6-4 Black and White Fillet NETT, hor 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.
TItOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BALTIAt)M E STREET,
Have iust received per Powhattan, from Liverpool,
1 ]} PACKAGES IIARDWARE-con-
11059 sisting in pa:- ,in H-I'Es,. I-ace CHAINS,
Foster's & k well's SP % [,r.", ,., ,ifa,,'a & Waldron'sI
SUYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an extensive assortment of Sheit'Goods, which
they offer for sale on their usual accommodating terms
te 5 d
i ivHOMAS McCONNELL, No. 163 BItiumore
K street, offers for sale the hollowing desirable
GOODS, viz:
Sdper super. West ..f Fr-. ,nd, CLOTHS
Light and Dark "1 LlL
Silk and Valenlia VESTING
Black and blue black Silk VELVETS
Do dii do aBombazines (French)
Silk, Worsted and Cotton SERGES
Blue black Poult de Soae; Italian Lustring; very supe-
rior Silk Twist; Silk, V1 I, I.,r.i I ,,,i, BUTTONS
English and French SA I IN; Ia-tr,,.- and Merino
II' '-'I-., plain andu Rbb'd Silk HOSE; plain and hem-
stiched Linen Cambric Handkffs; Linen Cambric; fine
Irish LINEN; 12-4 Linen SHEETING; Damask
NAPKINS; while FLANNEL; Red, yellow and
Green do; Whitney aud Bath BLANKETS; Silk and
Cotton U MBRELILAS; Gum SUSPENDERS, &c.
je 12
Hz( ;, h- ,r- ,le ir.,i r.4n, ai .,r i c keIl.
aIIon of D ..- i, . ,. '-I-i .I.,. lN a-hi .
foram one of the best Factories, I am now enabled to
offer these goods to the public on the very lowest terms
which the market will afford.
-ON HAND-
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5 4 heavy Brown SHEETINGS
3.4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4 heavy Bleached Shirting and
SHEETINGS
New style low priced Domestic PRINTS
,",a ,.,. beautiful I ,. l, ., and French do
Russia anti Scotch .li-,.a and DIAPERS
Super ribbed Gambroons and Brown HOLLANDS
Barklie's extra heavy soft finish Irish Linens
Cambric, Jaconet anrd Swiss MUSLINS
Heavy Osnaburgs and Brown DRILLS
Striped and plaid Satins and Hamilton JEANS
Super, white, black and col'd Spool COTTON
Italian Sewing Silks and Matteoni LUSTRINGS
Silks, Satins, Mouselines, Challys, &c.
MARYLAND PENITENTIARfY GOODS.
With a very general assortment of Fresh SPRING
GOODS, all oh which will be sold athe lowest prices.
Call oi B. H. RICHARDSON,
165 Baltimore, 3 doors below Charles street.
fe 12 RP 2m
DAN SKIN'S
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT AND
FURNISHING ST'O)RE.
NO. 194 BALTIMORE ST IVEST OF CHA.S.
STREET.
rT7IIE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the
'-Ii ....... a of Baltimore and ils vicinity that he
has *-... ,. a i.- above elegant establishment, and will
in future be enabled to furnish them with HATS su-
perior in style and qimality to any heretofore offered for
sale in this city.
ALSO
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS, made ho fit in su-
perior style
Paris Kith Gloves, fine colors $1 per pair
Under Shirts and Diawers of various kinds
Woollen, Merino, Cotton and Silk Holiery
Gum Elastic and other SUSPENDERS
Silk HDKFS. hemmed
Satin figured CRAVATS
Fancy Opera Ties
Black Italian and Satin Cravats
Cocoa, Ebony and other CANES
Morning Gowns-and a variety of other Goods suit-
able hor Gentlemen.
The prices at this establishment will be uniform
and as low as the quality can be sold at retail in this
city. WASHINGTON A. DANSKIN.
ja 27
SELLING OFF.
CARTER'S FASHIONABLE FURNISHING
STORE,
No. 107 Baltimore street.
J CAR'I: 1Il9'.,.Jl'." to change his present
line of =.,,-i.-., it l dispose of his stock of
FANCY GOODS, wholesale or retail. They consist
in part of-
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS
Domestic and imported SILK SHIRTS
Scotch Yarn SHIRTS anild DRAWERS
Donible-breasted Merino SHIRTS
A large assortment of Merino Drawers
Fine Lambs Wool Slhirts and ( to
Cotton knit Shirts and Drawers
Very superior Buck Jackets anal Drawers
Merino and Colton HALF HOSE
Fanc) Foglimh Silk HOSIERY
Satin .,a- "I,. Dress SCARFS; Mohair& Merino do
Trimmed and Plain Satin STOCKS
Silk and Satin CRAVATS
Linen Cambric and Silk Pocket HHDKFS.
Gentlemen'b DRESSING GOWNS
Fine Gum Elastic Suspenders
Fine French UMBRELLAS
Paris Kid( GLOVES, all colours, &c. &c.
Person wishing the above articles would do well to
call before piurchiasimng elsewhere.-
ja IS 3taw3w
SIIOES, IIATS, CAPS, BONNsO'ixs, d&c
C. H. CARROLl. & TINGES,
N. W. Corner of Baltimore 4- Libaerty at s., 0 up safuirs.)
OFFER FOR SALE BY THE PACKAGE OR DOZEN
9k.5 CASES SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BON-
NETS, &.c.--Received direct from the
maniulactui,.a.-'-.u I a au-C san asontment ot
).lt.N".,liil\ AND YOUTHS
Fine and C'osrse BOO'TS, thick BROGANS,
Calf and Kip Monroes and SHOES, &c., &c.
Wt)MENS AND MISSES
Kid, Morocco, Seal and Lasting SLIPPERS,
Fine Kid, Seal amid Morocco \'.,-ti,, Leather, Sew'd
and tteg'd Wells, Leather and Gaster BOOTS, &c.
CHIII)RENS
Leather andI Morocco BOOTS snd Ankletmes,
ALSO--
Russia, Muskrat, Coney, Silk,)
While sand Black Wool and)- HATS,
White and col'd Palm Leaf)
Otter, Fur, Seal, Muskrat,)
Meals and Boys Hair Seal, CAPS,
Cloth and Sealette, )
Florence Braid, 7a and 11 braid,~
Col'd braid, Tuascan amid Fancy BONNETS,
Palm Leaf HOODS, various shapes 'and qualities,
LEG HI RNS. UMBRELLAS. Shoe Thread,
TRUNKS, Horse Cards, 4' .t.,'illh"~ PAPER, &c.
Thme above Gooths were selected for the Country
trade, said will be sold on the usual credit, or for cash
at fair prices. d P se 25
PtRINTING PAPERS.
IIMIEETE ER offi-rs for sale at Warehouse No.
*31, South ('hiarles street--
PRINTING PAPER, 19 x24
Do 20 x 24t


Do .I x 28
Do ..'; \321
Do 24 X 28"
Do 24 x 34
Do 24 x36
Do 271 x 371
Do 28 x 38
Do 23 x 27&
Do 23 x 25i
Do 24 x 38
Comprising a good assortment from course to super-
fine, all of which are now offered for sale low to close
lots. ja 16 eo


GEORGE & YATES, No. 12 German at. 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-
buic PRINTS
LAWN9-9-8 fancy, Tripoti, and bl'k and white
W\ HII E 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 DIMITI ES, ass'd qualities
Quilting PETTICOATS, &c.
GAMBROONS-Prince Albert, fancy Mixtures and
Imitation GAMBROONS
PRINTED QUILTINGS and Valencia VESTINGS
SPOOL CO0TON-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 bi'k, blue and fancy Cassimeres.
ja 28 diot


FRESH SPRING GOODS.
W E have just received the following SPRING
GOOiDS. wirh Ave offer on our usual terms,
ibaI 11-1 GOODS-
Prints, new style light and colored
do Black and white, blk. and dove
Bishop LAWNS
Cambric MUSLINS,5-4 aou 6-4 Jones' finish
Jaconet do 6 4
GINGHAMS; black and lavender
Mouselin de LAINES, British
GAM B1,OONS, Prince Albert, and Insertings
LAWNS, 9-8 super single abd two col'd, blk. and lav.
QU ILTINGS, super prinutd; Lawns, 3 col. Thesian
JACONETS, 9-8 white ground; do, col'd ground
Printed Silk and Cotton HDKFS
Mouseline de Laine DRES9ES
FOULARDS, col'd. printed: silk and worsted
CLOTHS & CASSIMEREM, various descriptions
CORDS and Beaverteens
Pins. Bindings and Tapes
Victoria Spool COTTON; THREAD
Cotton DRAWERS
LINEN GOODS.
4-4 Irish Linens of vi mi-ou, u iies
5.8, 3-4 and 7-8 Lo', I..'AN-;
Linen cambric HDKFS; Birnsly Sheetings
Brown Hollands; fancy Duillings; Brown LINEN
DRILLS; Barnsly do.
Diaper Cloths; French GOODS
Rich black Satin VESTING
Super blue and jet black CR0 DE SWISSE -
White M arceline auld Floreneps: rich fi'd CRAVATS
French Prints and Jaconet 1IUL.I N,%
Gumn Elastic Braces, GAITERS and Wristlets
BIk Gros de Rhine Cravats: black Silk SERGE
Black Silk Cravats, 32 and 34 inch
Fancy plaid and Cap RIBBONS
BIk filet gloves and MITTS
Plain and fig'd Mouselin de Lathes; second MOURN-
ING, ito.
Linen Cambric HDKFS
Green BAIZE, blk and blue blk Bombazines
Blue black Monselin de Lamhes
Satin Stripe CHALLY
Extra super blk Drap D'ele
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
fe 4 12 South Charlesst.


"arsn"and other makers--"Gold Anchor Le-
vers," "Gold Lepines," and Vertical Watches; Silver
Lever, Silver English, and common Silver Watches;
Gold Guards and Fob CHAINS; Guard KEYS and
Seals; Gold Ear Rings; PINS and RINGS of every
variety; Gold Pencil Cases; THIMBLES; Miniature
CASES, and every variety of JEWELRY; Silver and
Plated WARE of all kinds: Lamps and Girondoles;
Gilt,Alabaster, and] Ebony CLOCKS; Music BOXES
German Silver SPOONS and FORKS. ALso-MI-
LITARY GOODS.sucht as-SWORDS, EPAULET
TES, PLUMES, SASHES, BUTTONS, and every
article in that line. "Roger's" fine CUTLERY, to--
gether with ail kinds of'Tools and Materials for watch
makers-with a great variety of FANCY GOODS,
suitable for the country trade. All of which will be
sohl at reduced price and on pleasing terms at Whole-
sale or Retail. CouutryiMerchants are invited to call
oc2 Pi
REMOVAL.
ICHARD DUVALL respectfully informs his
friends aOd the public generally, that he has re-
moved to No. 211 Baltimore st. five Doors West of
his former stand and nearly opposite Hanover st.!
where he has on hand and shall continue to keep a
large and choice selection of CARPETING, &c.-
Consisting of super Velvet, Saxony, Brussels, impe-
rial threeply, super and fine, Ingrain and Venetian
Carpeting with Rugs to match, Floor Oil Cloths;
Fancy and Plain, Floor Baizes, Table and Piano
Covers, and all other articles pertaining to the trade,
most of the goods are of this fall importation, new
and choice patterns, selected expressly for the city
trade, and will be sold as cheap, and on as favourable
terms as the same can be purchased of any house in
this city, Philadelphia or New York.
Persons wishing to supply themselves with any
article in his line are requested to give him a call be-
fore making their selections. PPi au 28


G. B. bOFFMAN &. BROTHER.
H AVE received per Puwhatan, Oxford and Pa-
trick Henry,
163 PACKAGES SPRING DRY-GOODS,
Consisting in part of
New Style, Light and Drab Manchester Prints,
Leopard and Chintz Figured Furniturerio;
Victoria New Style Printed LAWNS
Satin Striped and Figured Colored MUSLINS
Rich three and hour colored Printed JACONETS
Melrose, Beyrout and French Printed LAWNS
Plain aund Twilled Summer CLOTHS
Fancy, Ribbed and Plain GAMBROONS
Grecian CASSIMERES, Fancy Gotha GRAPES
Imperial Doeskins, single Milled CASSIMERES
Silk Warpedl Indiana%, Worsted CRAPES
Fancy Checked, and B'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;
VeronaSilk Fringed and hair corded CRAVATS;
Drab Genoa Cords; Black Cotton VELVEETS;
Bleached and Unbleached Irish LINENS;
Embroidered Muslin Collars; Capes and Shawls;
Light style Printed Cotton SHAWLS;
Cotton Gloves; Imperial COUNTERPANES;
Victoria Robes; 3-4 and 6-4 RED PADDI NGS;
Super Linen Thread; Fringed Linen TOWELS.
Barnsley 10-4a.124 Sheetings; Birds Eye DIAPER;
Thibet emb'd Hdkfs ; printed Silk SHAWLS
Gauze Scarfs and Hdkfs; Muslin INSERTION. &c.
ja 25 2w P
PEABODY, RIGGS & CO., No. 7GRIVRMAN
STREET, have received per ship Powhatan
from Liverpool,
4 0P PACKAGES SP RI G DRY GOODS
450 ,,rA.;C ,.. following articles, viz,-
Col'd Cl'h '. 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 Col'd and Plain Brown Linen Drills.
French and Neapolitan Twills-9-8 Florentines
Col'd Casbans--BI'k and White Roll'd Jaconets
Printed Marseilles and Weltings, Gotha Plaids
3A4 & 6-4 Red Paddings
New Style Fancy Lt. & Bk. Col'd Prints
9-8 Printed Lawns and Jaconets
9-8 Superior Printed Muslins-Furniture Chintz
6-4 Jaconet amid Cambric Muslins-Dyed Lawns
Black Tabby Velvets--Victoria Robes
Furniture and Cambric Dimities
Linen Cambric Hkfs-Cotton Bandannas
Printed Cotton Hkfs-SilkRoslyn Checks
Superior Light and (lark, col'd twilI'd Silk Bandannas
Printed Saxonies-Linet Damasks
Brown and White Sheetings
Improved Canvass-ast'd Nos. of Canvas Paddings
Canvass for Sacking Bottoms, &c. &e.
ja 27 d2w P
LA TEST ARRIVALS OF SILK GOODS.
H DIFFENDERFFER & CO. have just
received by latest importation, awl are now
opening at their Store, No. 43 BALTIMORE ST., a
large knti r.I. ,-.I assortmentt of the newest and most
fashionab.'- 1,1F SILKS, which is composed of
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, Poumlt de Sol, and Gro le Swiss; colored and
black Gro de Naples, in great variety.
MOUSELINE DE LAINE An entire new style
c( Satin striped Mouseline de Laine, a new and very
beautiful style and superior quality, to which they
Very respectlully invite the attention of their custom-
ers. No. 43 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe 8 4 doors above Gay st.
F RESHi SPRING DRY GOODS-Just open-
edaand for sale-
I case Ottoman Chintz PRINTS, of new and beau-
tiful styles
1" Baiaklie's Irish Linen, in1.2 ps. from 31 to
40 cts.
1 do fine do from 40 to 100
2 Wide Thread Laces, of rich and handsome
patterns
" Mediutm Wa itl.;, ';.'eat variety ot patterns
Narrow (,. [.'i, 4 to 122 cts. per yard
12-4,Li ,... 1.-ti.... 1 i do for pillow cases
Brown i|11..,ui.t-. i.-. irand Shirting Muslins
Shairtmig u-il,.-, I.Ii Io. kings
Silk and Cotton Hosiery, GLOVES, &c. Which
will all be sold at the lowest market prices, by
GLO. 1. KENNARD,
125 Baltimore st.
fe 6 nearly opposite the Museum.
BLUE AND DRAB SEWINGS, &c.
CASES BLUE SEWING SILKS,
0 1do. DRAB do. do.
3 do. Printed Pongee HDKFS,
2 do. Plain Crimson ito.
2 do. Black Fringed do.
5 do. Printed LAWNS,
3 ito. Plain Mouslin de Laines,
10 do. Printed do. do.
5 do. Emnroideredtdo. ito
5 do. Paris Printed MUSIINS,
3 do. Black Silk VELVET,
2 do. Plaid Gro de Naples 9-16 RIBBONS,
7 do. Plain black and col'd. Taffita do.
5 do. No. 7, 9,12 and 10 Cap do.
3 do. Figured Satin SHAWLS,
1 do. Filet Silk GLOVES,
I ito. Do. do. MITTS,
200 do. Domestic PRINTS, from various facto-
tories, just received by
fe 10 HARRISON & CO.
If IfE ,,I I H (-, t iiI IS l{ ..lit,. L,.- lo~lilt, % alvl-
able BI.-.i.IIN ,, L.mms, itualjd mai r ihe
Washington Monument, and ii, .-.1- ,'" ,'" parts
of the City-and several DWI. .1.1 Ni rim i- t''I in
desirable situations-for sale, ortthey will be exchan-
ged at liberal rates, for
STATE OF MARYLAND LOAN
CITY OF BALTIMORE do.
BANK STOCKS
RAIL ROAD do.
TURNPIKE ROAD do.
TIDE WATER CANAL CERTIFICATES
UNITED STATES BANK STOCK K
Well secured ANNUITIES-if early application
be made to C. C. JAMISON.
fe 10 d4t P
AN'L. BIXLER & CO-Have on hand and
offer for sale on reasonable terms.
50 boxes 5's Roll's Spun TOBACCO,
100 do. Pound Lump Cavendish TOBACCO,
50 do. Small Lumps 12's anI 16's.
Scotch Rappee, Macaban, Congress, andt Natchi-
toches, SNUFF, in bottles and pack'd to order and
warranted to keep ia any part of the Union.
ALSO.-
120,000Principe, P. L. I). & Reidon brands,
30,000 udo. 2nui quality,
150,000 Trabuco SEGARS,
50,000 Silva & Co. do.
190,000 Half Spanish do.
],,,,,,ai,,~ American do.
4'. ati a general assortment of articles in their trade.
Those who are ini want of the above articles would do
well to examine their stock before purchasming.
pc 28 eo
AMERICAN CEMENT.
N OT ICE.--Thie subscribers respectfully inform
thme public that they have succeeded in establish-
inga manufactory' of the AMERICAN CEMENT,
at the corner of Cough and Washingtoin 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 direationis to guide the mechanic
and engineer iin the successful application of the ar-
ticle. As to the utility of the Amnericahi Cement, it
suffices to say that it is impervious to water, and has
been used to advantage iin the construction of Locks,
Aquedtucts, Piers, Arches, Cisterns, Foundations of
Buildings, to secure slay cellars in wet ground, and in
all instances where properly applied, it has been found
to have answered the purpose. Thus from our
knowledge of the article. fo those wishing to use it we
will warrant it to answer any of thue above purposes,
or mo charge, if applied according to our directions.
B. CURRY,
iy 24 ty JOHN M~cMANUS.
CAN FIELD & BROTHER,
Corner of Blaltimore and Charles stheets.
IN addition to their already large assortment, are
daily receiving nsew supplies of Goods in their
line, such as--
Cohld Lever WATCHES, of"inTobias," "nJohnson,"


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our prices low. se 10 tt
J. A. & G. B. 4ANGSTON & CO
No. 175 BALTIMORE STREET.
(LATE J. A. SANGSTQN & CO.).
A RE DAILY RECEIVING from Auction
and other sources, large additions to their exten-
sive and desirable stock of FALL & WI NTER DRY
GOODS, and they feel much confidence in saying to
their numerous friends and customers that they are
prepared to offer as general an assortment at as low
prices, and on asfavorable terms as any house in this
city, Philadelphia or New York.
The present stock consists of-
Superior CLOTHS, CASSIMERES &VESTINGS,
all qualities, styles and colors, suitable to the season.
Also, BROWN HOLLAND, SILESlAS, BUCK-
RAM, CANVAS PADDING, No. I1to 6 RED PAD-
DING, best quality SEWING SILKS &kTHREAD;
Gilt, Silk, Bombazine and Lasting BUTTONS, a com-
plete assortment.
1200 doz. Parson's Spool COTTON, No. 12 to 100
400 do do do NANKEEN a,.d aQ,'d coloit
French, English and American C'.\ i_ iE, AND
CHINTZES
MOUSLIN DE LINES and CHALLEYS
Cambric, Jaconet, Mull and BOOK MUSLINS
Swiss, do plain, dotted and figured, very fine
IRISH LINEN, all qualities I =
5, 6, 10 and 12-4 LINEN SHEETINGS 0-,.
7, 8, 9 and 10-4 Damask TABLE DIAPER .
7, 8, 10, 12,14 and 16-4 do do CLOTHS j '
Birds Eye Diaper, Napkins and LAWNS ).'.
Russia Diaper, Crash and SHEETING
HANODK'FS, Bandanna and Flag
do Pongee and Spittalfield
do Linen Cambric, &c.
Afcomplete assortment of GLOVES and HOSIERY,
for ladies,,gentlemen, boys and girls
Black and cold LUSTRINGS and other SILKS
Do do figured do
BURLAPS, No. 1, 2 3 4; BEAR DUCK,
Rose and Whitney BLANKETS, 9, 10, 11,12 & 13-4,
Heavy Twilled and Dulfil do. all sizes,
do. Mackinaw & Horse do.
White, Red, Yellow and Green FLANNELS,
do. do. do. do. Canton do.
800 pieces SATINETS, a complete assortment
200 Kentucky JEANS,;I all cols. and qulmm'es
200 Glenrock snd Rhode Island JEANS AND
KERSEYS, suitable for Negroes and labouring men.
ALSO.
2;j[]PACKAGES DOMESTIC GOODS,
,ctF from the Merrimack, Hamilton, Waltham
and other Factories.
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS
BROWN do do
Bleached and Brown DRILLINGS
3-4,7-8 and 4-4 heavy COTTON OSNABURGS
CHECKS, PLAIDS and STRIPES '
BEDTICKS, CALICOES, FURNITURE.


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ERNESTA. HENNIGS & CO.
NO. 2251 ] ALTIMORE STREET,
t AVE RECEIVED per ships Clementine, and
,.Europe, and other late arrivals from Bremen,
which they offer for sale on liberal terms,
1 case blk and blueblk Velvet RIB*)NS
1 do i"na" Taffeta do
I do Hat Binding and Silk Corset LACES
2 do VESTINGS, 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 ito ass'd Woolen BINDINGS
3 do Linen TAPES
I do Striped Cotton do
I do Boot CORDS,Cotton & Linen Corset Laces
3 do Zephyr Worsteds, ass'd colors
I do Merino SHAWLS
ALSO.
3 casks Coffee MILLS, ass'd Nos.
2 do German LOCKS
I do ino 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
I Time PIECES
10 Kid and Jointed Dolls, all sizes
2 do German Accordions, 6 to 14 kegs
I do Bone Suspenler BUTTONS
2 do Flutes and VIOLINS, ass'd
8 casks MARBLES, all sizes
Together with a complete assortment of TOYS,Shell
Ivory, Horn and 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 atud Pencils, smoking
Pipes. Canes and Whips, Magic Lanterns, Port Fo-
lios, Globes, China and Agate Marbles, Gaines atad
many others too numerous to detail. Country mer-
chants and dealers are requested to give them a call.
ja 20
1 ISc LITNNS, BROWN HOLLANDS
to.--The subscribeis have on hand a genera
assortment of
Irish LIN ENS, Barklie's bleach. all prices from 31
cts to 100
Brown HOLLANDS do do 121 to 314 cts
Unbleached 'T'able CLOTHS do 62 to $1
10-4 superior Linen SHEETING at 624 cts per yard
Superior 8-4 Damask Table LINEN at $1 do
10 cases Bleached MUSLINS, all prices, from 9 to
184 cts
5 cases Linen Cambinic Hankfs do do do 18#to 50 do
I do col'd CAMBRICS
1 do bleached twili'd MUSLIN
I do Unbleached do
10 bales Unbleached MUSLINS, all prices
I do Russia DIAPER
I do Methuen TICKING
CALICOES, CHECKS, PLAIDS, &c. all prices
Persons in want of any of the a tove goods will find
it to their advantage to call and examine our stock be-
fore purchasing, as we have a good assortment of
goods on hand, and they will be sold Wholesale and
Retail at the very lowest market prices, by
DORSEY & NELSON, No. 13 Baltimore
ja 29 st., 3d door west of Market Space.
BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
30 STREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on accommodating terms, the following articles-
such as Gentlemen's super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double and Single barrel' Youths
do do, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very hull 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 calland
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24
CLOTHSCASSIMERES ANDWOOLEN
CGOODS."-The subscribers have on hand a very
large and choice stock of superfine Wool and Piece
Dyed Black, Blue, Invisible Green, Grass Green,
Citron Olive, Olive, Brown, Drab and Gray Mixed
Cloths; Wool and Piece Dyed, Black, Blue, Drab,
Grey Mixt, and Fancy Cassimeres; Blue and Drab
Beaver Cloths.
Sattinets, Kentucky and Glasgow Jeans, Cordova
Fancies, Beaverteen and Corderoy, &c.
ALSO-White, Red, Yellow, and Green Flannels
from 25 to 75 cents; very superior, yard wide at 50
cts. Canton Flannels, Rose and Whitney Blankets,
Plaid Linseys, together with a general assortment of
FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS-allot which will
be sold wholesale and retail at such prices as cannot
fail to please. Persons that want good goods at low
prices will please call at No. 13 Baltimore street 3rd,
door west of Market Space.
ja 29 DORSEY & NELSON.
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, consistiniF in part of rich Sa-
tin MANTILLAS, French CASHMERE, Brocha,
Thibet and other SHAWLS, fig'd andplain SILKS,
Mouse line-de-Laines, CHINTZES, CALICOES,
Irish LINENS, DIAPERS, CLOTHS, Cassimeres,
VESTINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Linen Cambric
Hdkhs, Fancy Hdkhs, SCARFS, &c. &c.
THOSE. CAMPER,
ja 9 No. 135' Baltimore st.
DIVIDEND.
Office of the Philadelphia, Wilmingtgn and Baltimore
Rail Road Company.
WILMINGTON, January llth, 1841.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Stockhol-
f ders of this Company, that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors helh this day, a dividend of three
per cent. was declared on t he Capital Stock of the Com-
pany for the last six months, payable to the Stockhold-
ers or their legal representatives, on and after 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.
ja15 dtlsth'F J. WILSON WALLACE, Sec'y.
CHEAP WOOLLEN GOODS.
HE undersigned, being desirous of closing out
his remaining Winter supply of Woollen Goods,
will offer them at prices unusually low.
The assortment will be found to consist of some
very superior CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, ofa va-
riety of different shades-together with a large sup-
ply of CLOTHS of medium quality, comprising many
dilferenit colors. Also, a well selected assortment of
very superior and medium quality White and Red
FLANNELS, 7-B and 4.4 wide. Also, Rogers' fine
patent and double milled do. of superior qmmality some
few pieces of very heavy Bleached and unbleached
Canton Flannels--together wiih a large supply of
ROSE and WHITNEY BLANKETS, which have
beaut selected with great care, varying in sizes from S
to 12-4, and will be found, in quality, equal to repre-
sentation. The present opportunity offers grant in-
duceunents to persons wishing to purchase, as the
Goods above enumeratedl will be sold at unusually low
prices, by ED WARD 3. RICHARDSON,
fe I No. 39 Baltimore street, corner Gay at.


PASSAGE FROM IRELAND.
fl -Persons in this Country desirous of secur-
ing passage for their friends forn Ireland, can
doso by applying to the subscriber, in first cl,,,ii.
to sail from Liverpool for Baltimore every mounh i1l
the year. Terms liberal and accommodating,
THOMAS B. ADAIR,.
No. 6 Commerce street.
8}3-Drafts for small sums of money for the accom-
modation of Passengers, can be procured as above.
ja30 dim P
t FOR VALPARAISO AND A MXIAIl-
KET'-The coppered and copper fastened A.-1
American barque LOUISA, James A. Hobson, mas-
ter; will be despatched as above on or before the Ist
of March. For freight or Passage, having superior
accommodations, apply to
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
ja 29 P No. 31 South Charles st.
fl FOR ANTWRE -The substantial
Hanoverian barque MORGENSTEEN. Capt.
Jacob Appel; will be despatched to the above port
without delay. For freight of small stowage only
apply to OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 12 St P 31 South Charles st.
~ FOR BOS'I'ON-iUnion and Despatch
]aLine--The packet brig CHOCTAW, Captain
Crowell; will have despatch. For freight or passa,;e
apply on board at Bowly's wharf, or to
fe I CLARK & KELLOGG.
FOR BOSTON--Regular Line-The pac-
ket brig BALTIMORE, Harding, waster; will
sail with despatch. For freight or passage apply to
fe II P J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's whf.
~ FOR BOSTON Ma,it',ctii, r'. Line-
The brig MARY r LN [ftsN. Capt. Beard;
will have despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja 29 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
] FOR BOSTON--R Rg, dr C,,uimn,-r,-,
Line--The packet brig BOSTON, R. C.-
Smith, master; will have despatch. For freight or
passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
THOS. R. MATT EWS,
fe 9 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
VFOR ILART ORD--Te good schr.
FRANCES TRYON, of the regular line,
Capt. J. Norris; is now ready to take freight for above
port. Apply to RUTHERFORD & H URLBUT,
fe 4 P I I Bowly's wharf.
FREDERICKSBURG PACKETS-
Regular Line--The regular packet schr. EM-
P RE, Capt. J. North; is now loading for the above
port and landings on the Rappahannock river, and
having the one-half or more of her freight engaged,
will have quick despatch. Freight, at usual packet
rates,-fbr which apply to
GEO. W. FORD,
fe 8 d4t 8 Light at. wharf.
L FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
9 FOR .A SOUTHERN PORT--he brig
LAU EL. burthen of about 1500 bbis. Apply to
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 6 6t Exchange Place.
_* FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The schr. SUPERIOR, Capt. Seeley; a good
vessel 3 years old and stows about 600 bbls. Apply
to J. W. OSBORN,
ji 27 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
t. FeOI FREIGHT OR CHARTET--
The fine copper fastened schooner FAWN,
apt Washburn; stows about 800 basreis, Apply to
WELD & JENKS,
fe I P 8 Bowly's wharf.
] FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The copper fastened and coppered brig
GERTRUDE, Morgan; burthen 1500 bbls. Apply
to the Capt. on board Smith's dock, or to
fes P J. CROSBY, Commerce st.
~ FOR FREIGHT OR CHARtTER-
The coppered and copper fastened schooner
ORAZA BO, about 700 bbls. burthen, and in complete
order for any voyage. Apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
Ie 11 d8t 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR FREIGHlT OR CHLAUTEfT-
Tie fast sailing copper fastened and coppered
igJANET, Landis, master; 9 months old, about 2000
bbls. burthen, and in complete order for sanr i'. te.
Apply to B. BUCK & S i11,
he Il d4t No. 75 Smith's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHAR'I' ER-
A copper fastened and coppered BRIG of 1400
bbls.
A Baltimore coppered SCHR. of 1000 bbls.
do do do 700 do
Two Eastern SCHRS. of800 bbls.; all in or-
der for any voyage. Apply to
W. RHOADS,
fe 9 d5t P 61 Smith's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The fast sailing copper fastened schr. T. R.
BEi' ON, burthen 1000 bbls., Sam'l. M. Travers,
master; now ready to receive cargo.
THOSE. HOOPER,
fe 9 d4t 5 Spear's wharf.
i~~FOR SALE-A Baltimore built SCHR.
of 800 bbls. copper fastened and coppered and
in good order, having just been thoroughly ,overhaul-
edand caulked. She will be sold a bargain. The
present owner having no further employment for her,
Apply to W. RHOADS,
fe 12 d6t 61 Smith's whf.
FOIl R iA LE --% HtIlfE. hl ,.'.V
and li.,lnrsi tie owner having no iir tl o
the same, will sell at a sacrifice. The
Buggy and Harness is nearly new and
very little used and of the latest style.
The Horse is well broke and gentle in harness, lately
from the north, of fine style and action, can trot his
mile in four minutes. The above horse and Buggy
can be seen at Owing's Stable on Calvert st. fe 10
BALTIMORE COAL COMPAN'V.
A GENERAL MEETING of the Stockhold-
ers of this Company will be held at their office,
in Fayette street, on MONDAY the ]st of March
next, from ten till twelve o'clock, A. M. for the elec-
tion of Nine Directors, to manage the concerns of the
Company for one year, in compliance with the Char-
ter. WM. B. STOKES,
fe 9 dtlstM President.
REMOVAl.
ANGSTON & WHITELEY, have remov-
ed from No. 1356 to No. 195 BALTIMORE
STREET, the store recently occupied by J. A.
Sangston & Co.
FRESH FALL DRY GOODS.
SANGSTON, WHITELEY4r CO. No.196Balli-
more St., (the store recently occupied by J. A. Sang
ston & Co.) have on hand, and are now daily receiving
from auction and from the Eastern markets, an entire
New Stock of DRY GOODS, which they offer lfr
sale on pleasing terms, in part of-
Fine, superfine and common CLOTHS, of all colors
CASSIMERES, plain and fancy, including time
newest and most fashionable styles
SATINETTS, of all qualities, very cheap
Beaver CLOTHS; Pilot do; Flushings; KERSEYS
NEGRO CLOTHS, ot various kinds
VESTINGS, Satin,Menino. Velvet amid Swaisadown
English MERINOS, 3-4 and 6-4
French MERINOS,of our own importation from the
manulactory of Paturle, Lupin & Co. Paris
Matoni LUSTRINGS, and Lustring Cravats
Black and blue black GR0 DE SOlE
Figured GR0 DE NAPS
English and French BOMBAZINES
French CHINTZES 6.4; Turkey Red do do
English and American PRINTS
Cambric, Swiss, Book and Mull MUSLINS
Bishop LAWN; plain and figured Bobinetta
Silk, Cotton and Wollenm HOSIERY
Satin and Lustring RIBBONS, Nos, 14 to 22
Cap and Bonnet do
Rich new style MOUSLAINE DE LINES
Blanket SHAWLS, 6.4, 7.4 and 8.4.
Brochia do some very superior
Silk and Worsted SERGES
Manchester GINGHAM
TABLE CLOTHS, from 6.5 to 24.4
do DIAPER; RUSSIA DIAPER
Pongee, Spittalfield and Flag Silk Hdkfs
Limnen Cambric Hdkfs, hematiched and corded
Irish LINENS arid Brown HOLLANDS
UMBRELLAS, silk and cotton, all si es, manufac-
turedf to our order
BLA, NKETS, a general assortment
BUTTONs; Parson's White and col'd Spool COT-
TON
Also, a fall assortment of DOMESTIC GOODS,
such as brown and bleached Muslfos; Plaids; Checks;
Linseys; colored Cambrics; Bedticks, &c. &c., to-
gethier with the various goods manufactuied at the
Maryland Petiitentiary, which we sell on consignment
at the Penitentiary prices.
Country and City dealers are respectfully invited to
examine ourstock before purchasing. They will find


W ETHERALL & HOFFMAN, No. 215
Baltimore street, 1st uoor above Sharp, offer
for sale the following Seasonable DRY GOODS
Rose and Whitney Blankets, 9-4, 11-4 and 12-4
Woolen Comforts; bl'k Lamb's Wool Hose
Kentucky Jeans: plain Linseys
Germantown Hose and half Hose
Men's and Ladies' Kid Gloves
Merino and Broche Shawls
English and French MERINOS
Gro de Naps; Lustrings and Satins
Linen Camb'k, Hdkls.; plain and hem stiched
Red, White and Patent FLANNELS
Calicoes and Furniture PRINTS
Russia DIAPER and CRASH
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES CASSINET, &c.
All of which, with various other goods will be sold
ow. ho reduce stock for Spring purchases. de 28
ROBT. G. WARE
No. 202 Baltimore street, (UP STAIRS.)
HAS FOR SALE by the caseor dozen-
2000 pair Mens thick peg'd & sol'd BROGANS
150 i Boys "in ". "1 do
2000 a Menskip in MONROES
500 1, n sew'd do
500 fine calf sew'd & peg'd SHOESw
200 in kippeg'd SHOES
2000 Boy Monroes&Brogans,sew'd, &peg'd
1500 Youths do do 11 'a
1000 Mens calf, kip, seal & thick BOOTS
2000 Womens peg'd & sew'd WELTS
500 .. .. ..n "n BOOTS
400 Roan Rounds, (Broad)
300 Mens SLIPPERS
1000 i Ladies morocco & kid SLIPPERS
city made
500 Ladies morocco & kid Welts,city made
2500 Childrens ankle ties Shoes & Boots,
assorted qualities
100 Boys Dancing PUMPS
200 Mens do
200 heel'd do
1500 & Boys Russett BROGANS
200 Russett MONROES
ALSO.
20 cases Men's Black & Drab Russia HATS
20 ". Mole Skin do
10 & Drab Wool do
20 assorted Palm Leaf do
50 "1 Straw, Florence & Nun BONNETS
SHOE THREAD). TRUNKS, BLACKING, &c
ROOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, AND
BEONNETS-On consignment, lorsale at man-
ufacturers prices by the package only
The subscribers have iu store by late arrivals:
200 cases grained, and seal welt and pump sole
BOOTS peg'd
150 Kip welt BOOTS peg'd
100 Calf ainand pump sole BOOTS peg'd
50 fine sew'd stitched
50 i Kip "1
20 double soles upper Calf "and
sewed
15 single
300 comprising a general assortment of mens
women's and children's SHOES
--ALSO-
150 Palm HOODS
100 Florence 7-It and Devon Braid Bonnets
5o 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.
TO FISHERMEN.
OR SALE-A Second hand SEINE, hanging&
A hauling rope, corks, &c., complete 500 fathoms
long, to fish in water, 22 feet deep, but can be altered
to fish in any depth of water to suit. If not sold to-
gather, will be sold in such parcels as will suit pur-
chasers. Also 20,000 feet of Oars. Apply at corner
ef Baltimore and Frederick st. to
fe I eoSt I ROBERT TAYLOR.








AMERICAN.

BALTIMORE.

SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1841.
published every morning at No. 2 South Gay
Streets by DOBBIN, MUIURPY & BOSE,
Tars--Dally paper eight dollars per annum, payable halt
yearly. Country papers five dollars per annumpayable in
advance, unless the subscription is guaranteed In the city.
All new advertisements appearing both papers. Singlepa-
pers 6 1-4 cents.

The ReviwW of the Baltimore Market for the past
week, carefully made up from the most respectable
and curate sources of information, may be obtained
at this office on letter sheet.
Correspondence of the American.
WASHINGTON, February 12.
THE NEW -CABINET.
The following gentlemen will probably compose
the Cabinet of Gen. HARRISON :
Secretary of State, DANIEL WEBSTER of Mass.
Do. Treasury, THOMAS EWING of Ohio.
Do. War, JOHN BELL of Tennessee.
Do. Navy, GEO. E. BADGER of N. Carolina.
Post Master General, FRANCIS GRANGER of N. Y.
Attorney General, J. J. CRITTENDEN of Kentucky.

Twenty Sixth Congress.
SECOND SESSION.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
Correspondence of the American.
WASHINGTON, Feb'y. 12th.
UNITED STATES SENATE.
The journal having been read, Petitions were pre-
sented as follows.
SBy Mr. NORVELL, in relation to Patents and Pri-
vate Lands.
By Mr. WHITE, from citizens of Indiana, praying
for the passage of a general Bankrupt Law which will
relieve the honest debtors and protect the creditors.
By Mr. PORTER, from citizens of Michigan, pray-
ing for the passage of a general Bankrupt law.
By Mr. HENDERSON of Miss. from citizens of
Mississippi, a similar petition.
The credentials of Win. R.King, Senator electfrom
the State of Alabama, from the fourth of March next,
were presented by his colleague, Mr. Clay of Alaba-
ma.
REVOLUTIONARY PENSION BILL.
The act which passed the House of Representatives
yesterday, for the relief of Revolutionary Pensioners
and for other purposes, was reported to the Senate,
read twice, and referred to the Finance Committee.
PENSION ACT OF 1838.
Mr. Prentiss of Vermont, yesterday, offered the fol-
lowing:
Resolved, That the act entitled an act granting half
pay and pensions to certain widows, approved July
7, 1838, oughtnotto be construed to deprive any wi-
dow of its benefits in consequence of her having mar-
tied after the decease of her husband for whose servi-
ces she may claim to be allowed a pension or annuity
under said act, provided she was a widow at the time
the same was passed;and that the Committee on Pen-
sions be instructed to report a bill to that effect.
The resolution came up for adoption this morning.
Mr. PRENTISS spoke at some length in reference to
the act of 1838, and explained its effects upon the
Treasury.
The merits of the resolution were discussed by
Messrs. HUBBARD. CLAYTON of Delaware, and
others, when without amendment, it was adopted.
TREASURY NOTE BILL.
At one o'clock, Mr. WRIGHT called up the bill
to issue Treasury Notes. The bill having been read by
the Secretary of the Senate, Mr. BENTON demand-
ed the yeas and nays upon its passage, for the purpose
of showing his opinion by a vote.
The yeas and nays were ordered, and the following
was the result :-
Yeas.-Messrs. Anderson, Bayard, Buchanan, Cal-
houn, Clay, ofAlab. Dixon, Fulton, Graham, Hub-
bard, Kerr, Knight, Linn, Lumpkin, Mouton, Nor-
veil, Porter, Rives, Roane, Robinson, Sevier, Smith of
Ind. Tallmadge, Wall, Webster, Williams, Wright,
Young.-27.
Nays. -Messrs. Allen, Benton, Clay of Ken., Clay-
ton, Crittenden, Henderson, Mangum, Smith of Con.'
White.-9.
The bill h having been ordered to a third reading, Mr.
CLAY said he had but a few words to say in regard
to the passage of the bill before the Senate. A Treas-
ury Note was to be considered either as a loan or as
a government paper. In either way, the issue was
objectionable to him. He thought such a mode the
worst mode of raising money-that a loan proper
could be obtained at a less rate of interest, and in a
way more acceptable to the country. Treasury notes
had now become a common currency in the country.
As a loan it was the most exceptionable--as a circu-
lating medium, the worst imaginable. The old me-
thod of supply by means of a temporary loan was
the best mode.
ButI am asked, said Mr. Clay, what are we to do
when the country is in its present critical condition?
You should do thatnow, which you should have done
twelve months gone by-you should have prepared
for the present condition ofthe Treasury by a tax up-
on articles of luxury imported into this country.
These,said Mr. Clay, are my views-That the Trea-
sury Notes are not as good as a temporary loan-that a
loan could be met uponbetter terms-that notes or any
Government paper should not be a circulating medi-
um-and that the deficit in the Treasury should be
met by a tax upon articles of luxury.
To his friends, Mr. Clay said he had been sorry to
see them gradually gliding into a willingness to issue
Treasury Notes. The strong opposition to the mea-
sure in 1837, had gradually gone down to a small vote
in opposition to the measure.
Mr. WRIGHT rose and replied to Mr. Clay brief.
ly. He preferred the notes to the loan, because the
issue of the notes was temporary, and the loan would
establish a permanent debt, which would grow upon
us. A note could be soon redeemed, but a loan would
remain for years and establish a system not to be done
away.
Mr. Wright, leaving this part of the subject, pro-
seeded to defend the Secretary of the Treasury and
his estimates for the present year. He believed not-
withstanding what had been said, the receipts from
Customs would be nineteen millions, and that the
Lands would yield $3,500,000. He saw nothing to
change this anticipated state of things in the events
subsequent to the report.
Mr. CLAY said it was very true that those in power
had taken very good care to protect themselves to the
end of their time, but doing this, they were ready to
leave the new Administration te struggle and hobble
along as it could. In regard to the estimates of the
Secretary of the Treasury they were not to be relied
upon. The Heads of the Departments did not agree
in their estimates. They were at variance among


themselves. Since the session had commenced, too,
new and conflicting estimates had been made by the
Head of the Treasury. Within a few days $100,000
had been called for to terminate the Florida War.-
There were other demands made upon Congress from
the Departments not included in the estimates. It
was clear that none of these estimates could be relied
upon.
The honorable Senator talks of a permanent public
debt! Who ever thought of a permanent public debt?
No one ever dreamt of such a thing. Let us hear no
more of this from the friends of the present Adminis-
tration. They have covered every department with
debt, and the debt contracted by the Administration is
variously estimated from fifteen to forty millions of
dollars. For any of the friends of the Administration
to talk of a publicdebt after this was sheer hypocrisy.
As for the estimates of the Secretary of the Treas-
ury, they were not in any sense to be relied on.-
They were estimated from customs at the sum ot
nineteen millions. In the opinion of the Senator, the
Secretary ofthe Treasury would have estimated the
receipts from customs at $25,000,000 for the year if it
had been necessary. He had acted seemingly with a
desire to make both ends meet, and that by making
estimates without data.
Mr. WRIGHJT rejoined again, re-advancing his for-
mer opinions, and defending the Secretary of the Trea-
sury. The condition of the Banks in Philadelphia was
alluded to, and the misfortunes of the United States
Bank, seemingly spoken of with something like ex-
ultation. The Bank was also alluded to as the darling
institution of the Senator from Kentucky.
Mr. CLAY continued the debate. When be had
spoken of estimates, he had confined his remarks to
the official~documents of the Secretary of tkeTreasury.
He had shown frcm these that the Secretary's esti-
mates were not to be relied on.
Mr. Clay next referred to the remarks of the Sena-
tor from New York in regard to the Bank of the Uni-
ted States. Whence, said Mr. C, does the Senator
derive his tight to say that the Bank of the United
States, just failed, was a darling institution of mine?
Mr. WRIGHT said he meant no offensive expres-
sion. He thought the Senator was a friend to the
Bank.
When have I ever shown my friendship, continued
Mr. CLAY, for this institution? The Senator knows
that as long ago as four years since I gave my opinion
in regard to it-that I cut myself loose from it-that I
expressed my regret that it had been rechartered, and


that it had taken the namtne of the Bank of the United
States. 1 do not defend the Bank. It is long since I
have had any business with it of any amount. I re-
gret its failure to meet its obligations lass on account
of the managers of that institution than on account of
the numerous widows and orphans who will suffer
from the calamity.
Mr. BENTON continued the discussion, opposing
the issue of Treasury notes and reading from speeches
made during the discussion upon the Treasury note
Bill to show that he had been consistent in his oppo-
sition to an issue of Treasury notes. In the outset
he opposed this species of paper, but the time had now
come when a Treasury note Bill went through the
Senate almost upon the gallop. There were but six
Treasury note Bills upon the statute books, and three
of these had passed in the three past years. A fourth
was now before the Senate.
Mr. CALHOUN said that he greatly preferred an
issue of notes to a temporary loan, because if we had
a loan it would take the money from the Banks and
the Banks were in no condition to make the loan.-
He preferred notes also because the issue would be
cheaper than a loan. The Banks disliked the loan
system, and would take advantage of the contraction
of a loan. A permanent government paper currency
would be the consequence. I am, said Mr. Calhoun,
utterly opposed to a loan, and I know of no circum-
stance either in peace or in war which would compel
me to vote for a loan.
Mr. BENTON took issue with Mr. Calhoun, and
showed what he conceived would be and was the
practical operation of the note system. The effect
was to draw thie gold and silver from the west and
south west to New York, where specie snapped up
the notes sent out from the Treasury. The origin
ofthe debt of Great Britain was from a beginning like
our note system. If a tax had been proposed as soon
as there was a loan, the consequence would have
been much better.
The debate was further continued by Mr. PRES-
TON ofS. C. Mr. DIXON of R. I. Mr. HUB-
BARD of N. H. and others. Mr. Preston commend-
ed the course of Mr. Benton, and took the same side
of the question. Mr. Hubbard replied and opposed
Mr. Benton. Mr. Dixon voted under the necessities
of the case.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
PRESIDENT ELECT.
Mr. CUSHING of Mass. presented the Report of
the Select Committee chosen to wait upon the Presi-
dent Elect, to inform him of the action of the House
and Senate in reference to his election. The Report
was the same as that presented in the Senate yester-
day.
Mr. BURKE of N. H. moved the appointment of a
Select Committee to inquire into the contracts made
by the Clerk for Stationery and Lithography. Ob-
jected to and lost.
CIVIL AND DIPLOMATIC BILL.
Mr. JONES of Va. moved that the House go into
Committee of the Whole, for the purpose of further
considering the Bill, providing for the Civil and Di-
plomatic Expences of the Government. The motion
was objected to, and the yeas and nays demanded.
The House by a vote of 84 to 65, refused to go into
committee.
A bill for the relief of the widow and orphan of Hen-
ry Perine, of Florida, was reported by Mr. LIN-
COLN, as chairman of the committee on Prblic
Lands. The bill is supplementary to an Act, and
makes a large grant of land.
The Bill to prevent frauds upon the Revenue, under
the charge of Mr. Adams, was called up, and a motion
submitted that it be made the Special Order for the
20th inst. Two thirds were necessary to make the
bill a special order, and the motion was lost by a vote
which makes it doubtful whether the bill can pass at
the present session.
The last two hours of the Session in the House have
been devoted to the discussion of private business.


JW aryland Legislature.
Correspondence of the American.
ANNAPOLIS, February 12th, 1841.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Mr. Paca presented the petition of sundry citizens
of Queen Ann's County, landholders and others,pray-
ing the passage of an act to protect them in their pro-
perty and persons against that class of lawless marau-
ders, denominated Philadelphia and Baltimore seine
haulers.
On motion of Mr. Legrand, ordered that the Com-
mittee on Grievances and Courts of Justice consider
the proceedings of the State of Virginia in relation to
certain acts of the State of New York, touching the
question of negroslavery; and also be instructed to
consider the proceedings had by the Legislature of A-
labama in relation to the controversy between Geor-
gia and Maine, and to report upon the same.
On motion of Mr. Presstman, leave was granted the
Committee on Corporations to bring in a bill to pro-
vide for the destruction of the notes of insolvent Banks
in certain Banks in certain cases.
Mr. Seidenstricker reported a bill to confer upon the
Corporation of the City of Baltimore, power to collect
taxes due to said Corporation, which was read and
passed. Mr. Morton, from the Committee on Divorces,
made an unfavorable report upon the petition of Ann
Lloyd of the City of Baltimore, praying for a divorce
from her husband Jas. Lloyd,which was read and con-
curred in.
Mr. Naill, from same Committee, made an unfavor-
able report upon the petition,of Ann Dempsey,of Bal-
timore, praying to be divorced from her husband Win.
Dempsey. Also read and concurred in.
Mr. Naill also made an unfavorable report upon the
petition of Rachel Knight of Baltimore, praying to
be divorced from her husband Jno. Knight, also read
and concurred in.
Mr. Frazier, Chairman of the Committee on divor-
ces, made an unfavorable report upon the petition of
Margaret Donoho, of Baltimore, praying to be divor-
ce d.
Mr. Graves reported a bill to prohibit any corpora-
tion, or individual, or association of individuals, from
issuing any paper, intended to circulate as money or
currency. Onimotion of Mr. Jones, made the order
of the day for Tuesday next 16th inst.
Mr. Graves reported a bill entitled an act te repeal
an act to confirm an act, entitled an act to amend the
Constitution and form of government of this State, li-
miting the future sessions of the General Assembly.-
And also reported a bill to regulate the time of meet"
ing of the General Assembly of Maryland; which were
severally read and made the order of the day for Wed-
nesday the 17th inst.
Mr. Frazier reported a bill to authorise the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to license wood huck-
sters in the City of Baltimore; made the order of the
day for Tuesday the 16th inst.
Mr. Jones of Somerset submitted a message re-
questing the Senate to return the bill entitled an act


to alter and amend the Constitution so far as it relates
to the power of the Legislature to grant Lotteries, pas-
sed at Dec. session, 1839, chap. 31, in order that they
may reconsider the same. Some debate ensued up-
on the adoption of the message; it was however adopt-
ed by a vote of35 to 23.
The bill reported by Mr. Poultney, regulating the
joint property of the City and County of Baltimore,
was taken up for consideration and on motion of Mr.
Poultney ordered to lie on the table.
The bill reported by Mr. Morton,from the Commit-
tee on divorces, to divorce Levin Jones of Baltimore
City from his wife Elizabeth Ann Jones, was passed.
The bill relative to the power of the Legislature to
grant Lotteries has been returned from the Senate and
is now under discussion.
The Senate have been in Executive session.

Correspondence of the American.
COURT OF APPEALS, W. S.
llth FEBRUARY, 1841.
No. 16. Buchanan and others vs. Lorman and others.
Appeal from Chancery. Dorsey, J. delivered the
opinion ofthe Court-cause remanded for further pro-
ceedings.
No. 24. Moale and Johnson, vs. Buchanan, Didier
and Marine Bank. Decree reversed except as to Ma-
rine Bank and S. S. Buchanan.
No. 29. Harris vs. Makepeace. Decree reversed
and bill dismissed without prejudice.
No. 31. Scott vs. Key. Decree of Chancery affirm-
ed.
No, 35. Wilson vs. Inloes. Judgment reversed and
precedendo awarded.
No. 38. Farmers' Bankvs Mullikin. Decree revers-
ed in part, and cause remanded.
No. 47. Smith vs. Hanna. Judgment reversed on the
4th prayer; affirmed on residue. Chambers J. dissen-
ting to reversal on the 4th prayer.
No. 52. Williams vs. Marshall. Judgment affirmed.
Chambers J. delivered the opinion of the Court.
No. 48. G. Shall vs. Negro Agnes. Judgment af-
firmed.
No. 99. Neptune Insurance Company vs. Cohen,
was concluded in argument by R. Johnson for the
Appellee and Mayer for the Appellants.
No. 115. Lester vs. Conine. Motion to dismiss was
argued by Alexander for the motion and Mayer con-
tra.
Chambers J. delivered the opinion of the Court on
the Neptune Insurance Company, vs. Robinson.-
Judgment affirmed.


On motion of Charles P. Mayer,Esq, 3. H. Wil-
liams of Harford County was admitted an Attorney of
this court.

TOLLS ON THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAIL ROAD.-We took occasion some days ago
to present some of the considerations which suggest
themselves in favour of an increase of tolls on this
road as set forth in the bill now before the Legisla-
ture. It may be well enough to advert to the subject
again, since it is one of great importance not only to
the Company but to the State also.
It is a matter of primary concern that the large in-
vestmehts made by Maryland in works of internal im-
provement should become productive to their best ca-
pacity as soon as possible. If a State tax must be laid
the next thing to be desired is that it shall continue
but a short time. With prudent and proper manage-
ment we believe that this will be the case-or that the
burden, at all events, after a brief period will become
every year lighter and lighter until the increasing re-
venues from the public works will be abundant enough
to warrant its removal entirely.
But in order to this end there should be no want ef
attention to the interests of the Commonwealth in
this matter. Every available means should be im-
proved to the utmost; every source of revenue ought
to be carefully looked to, so that no point be neglect-
ed from which a productive increase might be derived
to the treasury of the State.
It ia found that certain articles are by present ar-
rangements transported on the rail road at a loss; the
State i a sufferer, and in the proportion of her share
of that loss she must increase her taxation. This is
bad economy. Two of the Western counties of Ma-
ryland enjoy the benefit of the low rates, and the other
Counties, comprising the remaining portion of the
State, bear the burden of this privilege to a few. For
several years the farmers of Frederick and Washing-
ton counties have had their flour transported to market
partially at the public expense. They surely have
no right to complain now when they are asked to pay
a fair price for the conveyance of their own produce.
It is to this point that the inquiry should be turned.
The Legislature is the guardian of the State's finances,
and the State is a large stockholder in the Baltimore
and Ohio Rail Road. It is the interest of all citizens
that this stock should be made productive to the ut-
most of its capabilities; for just in proportion as the
Treasury derives revenue from the public works, in
such proportion will the necessity for taxation di-
minish. But will this increase of tolls increase the
revenue of the road? It is urged by some that if the
tolls are raised large quantities of produce will seek
the Canal and find a market in the District; that con-
sequently transportation on the road will decrease,
and its receipts become less; and that the city of Balti-
more in particular will be a sufferer by this.
We presume that the Rail Road Company know
their own interests. The increase of tolls to the
standard mentioned in the bill is to be discretionary
with them, and they will not be likely to raise their
prices to a point that would drive away trade. With
regard to the Canal the most reasonable conclusion is
that the controllers of that work will be glad of the
opportunity to increase their own tolls, too, so soon
as the rates are increased upon the Rail Road. They
probably need revenue as much as any Company in
the State; the State certainly needs revenue from
them.
What is asked for by the Railroad Company is on-
ly a fair compensation for their labour and expense.
They do cot think it right to be obliged to transport
commodities at their own cost for the benefit of the
farmers along the road. Nor do they think that the
interests of the State are promoted thereby. Let the
Company have a discretionary power to a certain
extent-and what will follow? They must not charge
too high or they will lose their trade-competition
should be open. The Canal wants trade; and if the mat-
ter comes to the alternative the farmers can use their
wagons. The producers of flour in Frederick and
Washington counties and in the neighboring districts
are not compelled to transport by the road. Let
them not complain if they are asked to pay a fair
price for the privilege of doing so. The State cannot
continue to be a common carrier at her own charge.

U. S. BANK.-A large meeting of citizens of Phil-
adelphia, comprising "those who wish the United
States Bank placed on an equal footing with the other
Banks before the Legislature," was held on Thursday
evening at the Exchange. Alderman PETER HAY
was called to the chair. The resolutions adopted by
the meeting were to be laid before the Legislature at
Harrisburg, by a committee of five citizens.
The National Gazette states that since the 14th A-
pril, 1838, the U. S. Bank has lent the State of Penn-
sylvania the following sums:


Special Loan,
Do.
Five per cent.,
Do.
Special Loan,
Five per cent.,
Do.
Do.
Do.
Six per cent-,


Act April 14, 1838,
for Canal repairs,
Act Jan. 26, 1839,
March 27, "
June 27, "
July 19, "
Aug.26, "
Jan. 23, 1840,
June 11, "
Jan. 16, 1841,


Here (continues the Gazette) is an


$340,000
271,000
900,000
470,000
220,000
2,054,000
690,000
1,090,000
1,810,000
400,000
aggregate am-


ount of loans of Eight Millions Two Hundred and
Fortyfive Thousand Dollars within the past two years
and a haltf-and of this enormous debt to the Bank,
the Stale has repaid the first and fifth items only, lea-
ving the State still indebted to theBank in the sum of
Seven Millions Six Hundred and Eighty-fivt Thous-
and Dollars. The State has pressed her rights and
privileges to the utmost extent, and has leaned upon
the means and credit of the Bank in times of dire
necessity.

Money Matters.-The New York Times of Thurs-
day says-
Money is in great demand. The Banks, under their
commendable policy of extreme caution, are doing all
that circumstances will permit. They have largely
increased their amount ofspecie, and are prepared for
any emergency.

Splendid Mutton.-The very superior lot of Leices-
ter Sheep, which we mentioned a day or two ago, has
been slaughtered and will be exposed for sale this
morning at the stalls of Messrs S. Thomas and J.
M. Turner, Centre Market. Eight ot the sheep are
of the following weights:-167 lbs. 1661, 162, 157,
156, 1501, 145, and 143., being ai average of 156 lbs.
An imported ewe weighed 197 lbs. and an ewe one
year old, 123 lbs.

MICHIGAN U.S. SENATOR.
On the 3d instant the two Houses of the Michigan
Legislature, in joint convention, elected Gov. WIL-
LrAM WOODRIDGE, (Whig) to the office ofUnited
States Senator for six years from the 4th of March
next, in the place of JOHN NORVELL, whose term of
service will then expire.

GAMBLING IN STOCKS.-The following, from
the New York Tattler, exhibits these character and
extent of that species of gambling known as stock-
jobbing:
"Stock of the U. S. Bank opened here yesterday
at 40, rose to 41, but sold at the second Board at 38.
Here, as in Philadelphia, buyers were In the market
to purchase tfor delivery. In such events as these are
demonstrated the enormous mischiefs of the game
of stock gambling, with which Philadelphia and New
York are rotten. It is a system of fraud and chi-
canery, which adheres like a fester to our commer-
cial arid financial relations; and which, more than any
thing else tends to destroy confidence, impair credit,
and injure the banks and the holders ot their notes;
while its moral injuries are as deep and as extensive
as its financial mischiefts.
"Let us suppose, in illustration, that a bet was
made on General Harrison, or Mr. Van Buren, that
either would be sick or die, at a certain day; or be-
fore a certain day; and that the Public so winked at
such transactions as to permit unduerhand means to be
taken to affect the health ofthe gentlemen subject to
these influences. Let us suppose that, instead of
frowning upon such villany, the respectable newspa-
pers published daily bulletins of the rising or declin-
ing health of the objects of this persecution. Such a
supposed case seems horried enough-does it noi?
"Substitute banks and other corporations for indivi-
duals, and financial for physical health and you have
precisely the character of stock.jobbing. The United
States Bank, for instance, announces its intention to
resume. A certain party in the stock exchange bet
that it wilt-that is, they buy its stock, deliverable to
them within a certain time, for a certain sum. Ano-
ther party bet that it will not--that is, they agree to
deliver stock at the puces offered by the other.
"These sales, be it remembered, are pertitions-that
is to say, there is no stock actually sold, and none
intended to be. They are sheer transactions. When
the time for delivery comes round, itf the betters on
the solvency of the bank win, by its success, they
are puid the difference between the price they agree
to pay and the price at which the stock sells. If they
buy at 50, and it sells at 60, Ihe seller has to pay them
10 per cent on the share. If, on the other hand, the
other party wins, and thestock falls, the payer has to
pay the difference.
"Could there be more palpable gambling than this ?
It is not chance gambling-it is worse-it is sheer
swindling. The sellers, to prevent a rise of price,and
their consequent loss, strain every nerve to depress
the bank. They have fortunes of thousands, ay, of
millions, at sake: for the shares of stock purporting
to be sold are more, by hundreds of thousands, than
there are in all the institutions in the country. The
effort of gamblers to repress the United States Bank
stock have been thecauseofthe 'intentional accumu-
lalions' of demands, which has drained the hank of six
millions of specie, and closed its doors. The people
are robbed-the commercial and financial characterof
the whole country has received a shock--but the gamb-
lers have pocketed their millions."
Feat of Strength-A German in Philadelphia, on a
wager, carried the carcase of a calf weighing 100 Ibs.
one mi!e without stopping, on Monday last. He has
entered into another wager to carry one weighing
140 pound, the same distance.


THE NEWAPPORTIONMENT.-If the present eilitated by a saving ofabout 4000 mile. To the WhaleI
ratio of representation is continued, the House of Re- fisheries and fur 1tade similar advantages would be
I I afforded. -Philad f tandand


presentatives under the late census will be largely in-
creased. With the ratio of 60,000 an addition will still
be made. There are some who look with considera-
Il.. apprehension to this augmentation; and there are
a few who go so far as to say that there are too many
in the House already for any useful purpose.
Of much speaking there is no end. Patriotism is lo-
quacious. We notice divers complaints in the pa-
pers that too much talking is done in Congress and
too little business. But there is something-to be said
in defence ot the talkers.
In the first place, asfor neglecting business to make
speeches, it should be remembered that many hon-
ourable gentlemen make a business of speaking.-
Therefore are they in the line of their duty. There
are many men who cdn speak and cannot do much
else. The gift of speech belongeth to all men-ex-
cept a few dumb persons, and they are never sent to
Congress.
Again, when a gentleman goes to Congress he rea-
sonably expects to make a figure; and how can he
make a figure unless ie makes a speech ? There is
many a man who becomes great only by a figure of
speech.
It is further to be umged in behalf of the speakers
that unless a member keeps himself in practice he
will run the risk of bing beaten when he takes the
stump on his return lome to canvass for a re-elec-
tion. We leave out of view the great benefits to ac-
crue to the nation at large from the improvement of
oratory in the country-though much might be said
on that point, as any one may see who will compare
the debates of the House some forty years ago with
some specimens of recent eloquence which have come
forth firomn that school of logomachy. The harangues
of a member from Ohio, as lately published in the
Globe with commendations, might be taken as the
examples in point so far as relates to the eloquence
of the present day.
Ifany mode could be devised to expedite business
and at the same time allow full scope to oratorical ex-
ercises, a great thing would be gained. Some corres-
pondent, writing from Washington, intimates that a
new and rigid code of rules, founded on experience,
and framed especially to abridge debate, and despatch
business, "might save half, possibly three fourths of
the time that is now so much worse than wasted."-
This proposition does not include the two conditions,
We are slow to venture any suggestions on a ques-
tion of so much importance, especially since it must
be admitted thatthedifficulty ofunitingthe two things,
of much speech-making and business, is very great.
But the end is worthy of an attempt.
We would therefore propose, with great deference,
that in case a new code of rules founded on experience
should be deemed advisable, there should be one in-
serted to the following effect: That when any gen-
tleman rose in the House with a view of speaking all
day or for several consecutive days, he should, upon in-
timating the same to the House, be accommodated with
a room and fire to himself. The Sergeant-at-Arms
should be instructed, in all such cases, to provide the
necessary conveniences and to see that the member
suffered no interruption.
Another rule we would respectfully mention, to the
effect that if any gentleman had prepared a speech,
being anxious to be delivered of the same, the said
speech having none the least reference to the subject
matter before the House, he, the said member, might
give the House notice thereof; in which case the
speech, prepared as aforesaid, should be handed in
writing to the clerk, either then or subsequently, who
should be directed to transmit the same for publication
to any authorised reporter in the House. We might
even go so far, in view of the manifold benefits of such
an arrangement, as to propose that a new item should
be added to the public printing to meet the case. The
nation must pay for the speech in one way or another
--and the less troublesome mode is certainly the best.
Inasmuch as many new members are laudably de-
sirous of signalizing themselves in the eyes of their
constituents, and for that purpose must speak at least
once during the session, we submit if it would not be
a profitable regulation to have a special day set apart
for that purpose, upon which all the aforesaid might
speak at the same time and all together. As the maid-
en speech is generally written, it is obvious that each
oration could be published afterwards to shine in its
individual glory.
We might go on with these suggestions-but in ef-
fecting great reformations too much must not be pro-
posed at once. We profess, like other patriots, to have
the public good in view in these our humble hints-
all individual advantage or emolument being entirely
unconsidered. Sic oyes non vobis mellificatis apes.

GREAT IRON SHAFT.-One ofthe large wrought
iron shafts constructed at the works of Messrs. H.
Abbott & Co', fourteen miles from this city, intended
for the Russian steam frigate now building in New
York, was brought in yesterday and taken to the
wharf for shipment. It was placed on two wagons at-
tached together, and drawn by fourteen horses. The
weight of this immense piece of wrought iron is about
18,000 lbs. Its diameter is 18. inches, and its length
22 feet 8 inches. It will be shipped on board the
schooner Sarah Augusta.

NEW BOOKS.-Dunglison's New Remedies.-This
is the third edition of a valuable work from the pen of
an eminent physician whose contributions to medical
science have rendered his name well known. The
present edition is improved by numerous modifica-
tions and additions. With the new remedies specified
the treatise adds methods for preparing and adminis-
tering them, with accounts of their effects on the
healthy and diseased economy. This work is publish-
ed'by Messrs. Lea & Blanchard, and may be had in
this city of Messrs. Cushing &: Brothers.
Sketches of conspicuous living characters of Fiance.
-Translated by R. M. Walsh.-This is a book that
will be read with interest.The eminent men of France
are mostly men who have risen by their own exer-
tions and the power of genius-aand some of them are
among the foremost men of the present age.
The Kinsman; or the Black Riders of Congaree-a
novel, 2 vols.-By the author of'"Guy Rivers," "The
Yemassee, &C." The scene of this story is laid in the
times of the Revolution shortly after Gen. GREENE
had taken the command of the Southern army. It is
from the pen of an able writer of fiction, and from the
progress we have made in the perusal of the first vol-
ume we are inclined to think this, the latest of his
works, is not inferior to the best that preceded it.
The books here noticed are all from the press of
Messrs Lea & Blanchard, and are for sale in this city
by Messrs. Cushing & Brother.

General HARRISON visited the PKEerDENT of the
United States on Wednesday, and we understand ac-
cepted an invitation to dine with him to-morrow.-
The PRESIDENT returned the visit of the General
yesterday.--Nat. Intel.


SAVANNAH, Feb. 5.
FROM FLORIDA.
By a passenger in the steamer Isis, Capt. Pitcher,
we learn that Lieut. Col. Clark, of the 8th Infantry,
had in charge thirty-two Indians, who showed them-
selves in the vicinity of Fort Dade, and were brought
in by the friendly delegation from Arkansas. They
are on their way to Tampa.
Information that can be relied on, has been receiv-
ed from Col. Loomis, of the 6th Infantry, that a num-
ber of Indians were expected to come in, say 30 to 40
would proceed to Tampa.
Among them was Ilcho Emathla, the Chief of the
Tallahassees.
The prospect of the Termination of the War, it is
thought by some, is rather brighter, whereas by oth-
eis, the promises of the red men are looked upon as a
mere humbuggery.

The Isthmus of Panama.-Operations of French En-
gineers, &e.-Early in the spring of the last year an
enterprising company in Paris fitted out an expedi-
tion to ascertain by a careful survey whether itti pac-
ticable to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans by
a ship canal across the Isthmus of Panama. We learn
from a letter received in this city yesterday, from a
New Orleans correspondent, that the expedition ar-
rived at the mouth of the Chngres, ready to commence
operaiiors, about the last of August, and that on the
first of December, partial surveys of two different
routes had lelt on the minds of the engineers an im-
pression that the long contemplated enterprise w,s
not only practicable, but that a canal of sufficient ca-
pacity lor the largest ships might be constructed at a
cost much below any oifthe estimates which have hi-
therto been published. Unless the local governments,
therefore inteipose some insurmountable obstacles,we
shall look for the prosecution of this great work at an
early period.
It is astonishing that the execution of this impor-
tant project has been so long delayed. The Edinburgh
Review, so long ago as 1800, spoke ofitas the ani.i-
tiest event in favor ol Ihe peaceful intercourse .:.i-.
lions, which the physical circumstances of the globe
presented to the enterprise of man; and from that time
until the present, there htve been it-l'a. i states-
men and merchants constantly, but vainly endeavor-
ing to bring it about. By a glance at a map of Ame-
rica. it will be seen that ithe narrowest portion of the
strip of land connecting the northern and snulhern
portions of the Continent is in the Republic of New
Grenada, by the River Chagres, which empties into
the Caribbean sea.
The distance directly across the Isthmus at this
point is less than thirty miles; but by pursuing the
course of the river to the town of Cruces, some twen-
ty-five miles from its mouth, ships can go within
fifteen miles of the Pacific,and at this town the French
expedition commencedoperations. To the commerce
of this country and Europe wiiti the western coast of
South America, the construction of this canal would
save the circumnavigation of that Continent, the total
distance of which is twelve thousand miles, together
with all the hardships and perils of going round Cape
Horn. Our great Pacific territory, now almost inac-
cessible to the commerce of the Atlantic seaboard,ex-
cept by overland conveyance, would be brought
within easy access: and the commerce of the world
with China aud the Indian Archipelago would be fa-


Correspondence of the American.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb'y.3d, 1841.
A gentleman by the name of DRECH-LER, well
known here as the agent and confidential clerk of Gen.
Gaines, committed suicide a few days ago, by jump-
ing from one of the steamboats that ply acrqss the
Mississippi. He was of an eccentric character, and
is supposed to have laboured unJer mental alienation
when he committed the fatal act.
The weather has at length cleared up, and business
has been much brisker during the last two days than I
have had occasion to notice for sometime. The river
is at a stand, and is at present 4 leet below the high-
est stage of last season.
Cotton -Arrived since the 29th, 21.193 bales; clear-
ed 10.707 bales. Stock on hand 152.796 bales. The
sales during the last two days amount to 2.200 bales,
at from 5 to + et. advance, especially on the inferior
and middling grades.
Liverpool Classification.-Ordinary 81 a 9; Mid,
dling 94 a 91; Middling Fair 10 a 00; Fair 101 a 00;
Good Fair 111 a 1i1, Good and Fine 12' 00.
Tobacco-Not a solitary transaction. I have no al-
teration to make in previous quotations. The stock
on hand amounts to 3,454 hhds.
Sugar.-Buyers have come forward rather freely,and
yesterday 500 hhds. changed hands at prices generally
ranging from 5.2 to 6c. There is nothing in market
under 5c. and from that to 61c. for choice Sugars.
Molasses is in fair demand at from 21 to 211c. the
latter price being willingly paid forlots in good ship-
ping condition. Thire stock is small and the receipts
sparing.
Flour.-A fair business has been done in this article
for the last two days at prices ranging from $4 50 to
$4,25 for superfine. The sales embrace 8000 brils.
Pork-Mess Pork has again slightly improved.-
Holders have generally succeeded in obtaining $13
tora good article. Beef and Bacon are stationary.
Lard-has been in good request for export at pre-
vious prices. I notice a sale of 200 kegs of a choice
article at Be. I quote lor prime leaf 71 to 72 cts; infe-
rior qualities 52 to 61.
Whiskey-The market is excessively dull,and sales
of rectified have been made at 19 cts. although hold-
ers in general ask 20 cts.
Exchange-continues as last reported.

Communication.
To the incredulous that have minds, to investigate
sober matterof fact convinces the understanding. As
then there are so many deficient in that important
branch of education, writing, and have a constant and
ardent desire to be reformed in their scrawling way of
expressing ideas upon paperwhich daily subjects them
to extreme mot tification, all such may have any doubts
removed as to the efficacy of Muscular Guide to Pen-
manship, as manifest in making beautiful writers,
in a short time, by calling at 41 Baltimore street,upon
Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. Ev-
ery one taking an interest in the subject are respect-
fully invited to call and see for themselves.
MEssRS. EDITORS ;-By giving the following an in-
sertion in your paper, you will oblige several of your
readers.
It is a statement of faets, in reply to a communica-
tion in your paper a few days since, relating to the ap-
plication of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Com-
pany to the Legislature of Maryland for the power to
increase the rales of transportation on produce fIrom
the West to this city.
There are two conveyances for the flour and pro-
duce of the upper counties of this State and the valley
of Virginia to market: one the Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal to Georgetown, the other tne Baltimore and
Ohio Rail Road to Baltimore.
Harper's Ferry is ,.- 1,,1.t .l....m and outlet for this
produce. From this i.oi,.r, lI I..l.,i' Ferry, flour is ta-
ken to Georgetown for 20 cents per barrel, and from
the same point to this city, the Rail Road Company
charge 37' cents, of course the cost to Georgetown is
171 cents per barrel less than to Baltimore;--the con-
sequence is, a large proportion of the flour, &c. is now
taken to G- ., i. which, wasnot the rate of trans-
portation ,ii, ri.- Ni Road so much higher than that
on the Canal, would come to Baltimore.
It is a fact, known to all conversant wiIh the flour
trade, that on account of the high rate of charge on the
tail Road, compared with that on the Canal, large
i ,i f flour and other produce are now accumo-
,ii, i,.- line of the Canal awaiting its opening to
be sent to Georgetown.
In the face of this state of things, whereby Balti-
more is losing a considerable portion of the flour trade,
and of course, the sale of groceries, fish, salt, &c. to
pay for it, the Rail Road Company ask permission to
still further increase their rates.
What woold be the consequence iflheir ar.pi;.-al. n
was granted? If we now lose a large ..i,.. il ,,
flour trade under the existing high rates on the Rail
Road, compared with those on the Canal, what would
be the inevitable result if the rates on the Rail Road
were still further increased, while those on tlhe Canal
remain as they are? Most assured y the Rail Road
would get less to transport-more of the flour would
go to Georgetown and less to Baltimore.
,z -,-1i. ,ir can now be taken from Harper's Ferry
to N'I. \ t. and Boston, by the way of Georgetown,
for about 45 cents per barrel;-at present it costs 37-2
cents to get it to Baltimore-increase tire rates on the
Rail Road anything beyond what they now are, and it
wdli cost more to get it to Baltinuiore than it will to
New York or Boston. Now, as the price is always 25
to 50 cents per barrel higher at thee places than at
BIaltimore, is it reasonable to expert that the fl)ur will
come here? Certainly not. Raise the rates on the
Rail Road any thing beyond what *-%\ now are, and
this city loses the flour trade ol tIlt t ., and with it
that ot fish, salt, u.,wpri-s. &c which is, in part, ta-
klien in payment I rih,. i .if; so here again, the Rail
Road will lose a great deal of its ascending trade, as
well as the passage money of numbers who come here
to transact their business connected with flour and
other produce.
It is stated, we believe, that the Rail Road Com-
pany dto not make any money at present rates ot
transportation;-this is somewhat singular, when we
slate the fact, tha*, before the Rail Road went into
operation, flour was brought in wagons from Freder-
ick to Baltimore for 62! to 75 cents per barrel; it took
a wagoner with a team of lour horses, five days to
make a trip, with 18 to 20 barrels flour, for which he
got 62 to 75 cents per barrel, sometimes be will
get a backe load, sometimes not, as in the case
with the Rail Road Company. Tie business of wa-
goning was a regular one, whereby tIhe wagoner, at
this rate of freight, paid the turnpitue tolls,led his hor-
ses, and supported himself If such is the case, can
it be possible, when the Rail Road, with one engine,
transports 600 barrels in o. .11 rI .'.n i. c-nt- per
barrel, say $180 for the 0.1-i.on I-I| ..1 Mr. ',,ine,
(or one day, that they do not make morey?--Compare
this with wagoning and we think it cannot be the
case.
A great deal more might be said, but we content
ourselves with a statement of facts, showing most
conclusively that any increase whatever of the tolls
on the Itail Road would materially lessen its business,
diminish its revenue, and deprive this city of a most
important branch of its trade.
SEVERAL MERCHANTS.

Communlcatton.
MESSRS. EDITORS:--I noticed in your interesting
journal of the 9th inst. a communication e.tli,,c d
meeting in the Tenth Ward, for the purpose .,l oni*
sizing an association whose object will bh to patronize
and encourage American Labour, by the consumption
of domestic manufactures. I am truly glad to see that
a few of our citizens at least, are disposed to take hold
of the matter, for it must be evident that without: a
high tariff is put upon all foreign manufactures, and
that without our citizens will encourage home produc-
tions, our manufacturers anr our mechanics must pe.
rish. We cannot get off under tt'e plea that our manu-
Iaclurers do not furnish enough of sufficiently line
goods for the u~e of the different classes of our citi-
zens, for our own city boasts of one of the largest and
most fl ,1;,-I.i'. W..ollen Factories that can be found
in tie I,,i,!'-.ir,, e., situated near town. It works
upon American wool, making coarse fabrics fit for
the use of the labouring man, as also those equally as
fine as any British Goods brought into this country-
so it at once does away with the excuse of insuflicien.


cy or inequality of our goods.
But it is useless to particularize or to enumerate our
various immediate resources-our carpet mills, our
cotton mills, and our extensive iron works, which we
know are second to nane in the country. It is to be
hoped that all really patriotic citizens will by their ex-
ertions .r.nd example, as far as is possible, in their per-
sonal andil domestic use keep the spirit up; that all the
Wards will follow up the example of the Good Old
Tenth in her noble work, which, if care( out as the
American People can dto it, would in a few years make
a most happy c! .r,.. ;. ilar .:..untry. I repeat, Messrs
Editois, that '!h. ,.'I inh,,g that will save us, and
make us the greatest among the gieat nations, will be
to fEncourage Hient Industry.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1841.
No. 28. The U. Stiles vs. Samuel W. Dickson et al
in error to the Circuit Court of the United States for
Mississippi. Mr. Justice Story delivered the opinion
of this Court, affirming the judgment of the said Cir-
cuit Court in this cause.
No. 33. The United States vs. Gordon E, Boyd et
al. in error to the Circuit Court of the U. States for
Mississippi. Mr. Justice Catron delivered the opi-
nion of this Couit, reversing the judgment of the said
Circuit Court in this cause, and remanding the same
for further proceedings.
No. 11. Colin M itchell et al. vs. the United States,
appeal from the Superior Court for Florida. Mr. Jus-I
twice Wayne delivered the opinion of this Court, affir
ming the decree of the said Superior Court in this
cause.
No. 91. Win. M. Gwin, marshal, &c vs. James W.
Breedlove, in error to the Circuit Court of the Uni-
ted States'for Mississippi. On the motion of Mr.
Key, this writ of error was docketed and dis missed
with costs.
No. 40. Charles Gratiot, plaintiff in error, vs. the U.
States The argument ot this cause was continued by
Mr. Brent for the plaintiffin error, and by Mr. Attor-
ney General for tihe defendant in error.
WEDNESDAY, February 10, 1831.
No. 22. Henry Brush Vs. John H. Ware et al. Ap-
peal from the Circuit Court of the United States for
Ohio. Mr. Justice McLEAN delivered (lie opinion of
this Court, atfiming with costs, the decree ot tLe said
Circuit Court in this cause.
No. 40. Charles Gratiot, plaintiff in error, vs. the
U. States. The .r.,-.- ut l o this cause was continued
by the Attorney i.. h.,.il for the defendant in error.
THURSDAY, February 11, 1811.
John A. Morriti and T. R. -i-.., Esqrs.of New
York were admitted Attorneys and Counsellors of this
Court.
No. 40. Charles Gratiot, plaintiff in error, vs. the
United States. The arguinert of this cruse was con
tinued by Mr. Attorney General for the defendant in
error, and by Mr. Jones for the plaintiff in error.
There are 3319 miles of railroad in use in the Uni-
ted States, constructed at a cost of 86,000,000 dollars,
and yielding an average of about 51 per cent.; 1802
miles more are in progress of completion; and the
whole number of miles projected, including finished,
unfinished, and routes examined, is nearly 10,000.


Liem in Planting Trees.-An English paper says
that a large plantation of trees, within the last few
yaars has been formed without the loss of a single
tree, and this has been achieved by a simple process;
it is merely putting a small quantity of lime in the
hole with tne plant. About tour bushels of lime
will suffice for an acre. It must be thoroughly
mixed and incorporated with the mould before the
plant is inserted. The effect of lime is to push on
the growth of the plant in the first precarious state;
new fibres begin to form and ramify from the tap-
root, andt not only is the safety ir, 'r.ld.bit ii ar...'.ib
is advanced in double ratio. T i"i,, fmll, l ti.
an apprehension that timing the plant would force it
on prematurely, but this apprehension is proved to
have been groundless.
Lttfyselte on Solitary Inprisonment.-The discus-
sion, no." going on in the House, upon capital pun-
ishment and solitary iu-1.12 .i.r ,'. calls to mind a
striking ancedote oit -i. -.', liile making his tri-
umphial tour through this country in 1824. Among
,it-r -lr.. -,t was taken to see the new and greatly
.,.- r..i ,, .nin Philadelphia, but when it was pro-
posed tolconduct him to the division of solitary cells,
he turned his head away, with an expression of
horror, overcome wih the reminiscence of his men-
tal suffarines it the dungeons at Olmutz, in which he
past some years in -l,.',,i Canfinement. Nor could
he prevailed on 'o imnjnii ii- new cells.
On dit that the Harpers of New York have a work
by Mir. Stephens, describing the ruins of Palenque
-in press. _______
The average value of the annual produce of the
mines of the British Islands amounts to the enormous
sum of 20,000.i000; of which aboft 8,000,000 arise
from iron and 9,000,000 from coal. The mineral
produce of Cornwall and Devon alone has recently
amounted to .1,340,000. In this estimate the value
of the copper is taken inI the ore before fusion; and
that of the iron, zinc, tin, ann silver, after fusion, in
their first marketable condition-as pigs, blocks, and
insets; the coal is valued at the pit's mouth.-London
Globe _
A fine Sh'p.-The Hottinguer is the name of a fine
merchantman just built in New York, and the largest,
except the Roscius, ever built in this country, mea-
suring 1000 tons, and calculated to carry 2,300 bales of
cotton. She has also a room in the forecastle with a
stove, and every convenience for imrhunii i.: weath-
er-bealen sailor, when his watch on deck is over, dry-
ing his clothes, and otherwise contributing to his com-
fort and improvement.
Tie next Steamship -Either the steamship Caledo-
nia or Britannia, sailed from Liverpool for Boston on
the 4th mist.
Tuhomsonianism.-The Select Committee of the
Assembly on the petitions of numerous citizens of
the Slate praying for the passage ofa law authorizing
Thomsonian Physicians to collect pay for their ser-
vices, have come to an unanimous conclusion in favor
of the prayer of the petitioners, and directed their
Chairman to ask leave to introduce a bill.-N. Yotk
Courier.
Maine.-Resolutioris have been introduced in the
Legislature of MAINE, calling for the repeal of the Sub
Treasury, and giving the prefterence as an alternative
of evils to a National Bank; and further recommending
a revision andt adjustment of the Tariff so as at once
to furnish a revenue equal to the necessary expendi-
tures andt to encourage and protect American indus-
try; and a bill providing for a just and equal distribu-
tion ofthe proceeds oh the public lands among the se-
veral States.
The melancholy intelligence from the Exploring
Expedition will sadden the hearts of m'ny of our cit-
izens, who will recognize, in the death otf Lieut. J. A.
Underwood, the loss of the young officer who passed
a flew weeks in this city, in the summer of 1838; ex-
ecuting drawings ofthe Arcade and Brown Universi-
ty. His talents as an artist were of the first order: and
his insinuating address, and a high sense of all that be-
came the officer and gentleman, will secure for him a
place in the memory of all who enjoyed his acquain.
stance. The estimation in which he and his fellow
sufferers were held by the officers of the squadron, is
evinced by their liberality to secure to them a monu-
ment at Mount Auburn; lhat beautiful resting place
of the dead.-Providence Journal.
Danger of laying wold on hot stoves.-On'Monday
night, previous to her retiring to rest, a female do-
mestic of a family lii, ii., in Delancy street, piled on
a hot coal stove a q ,in'il.% of wood, in order to get it
dry, for making fire the easier, on the hearth In the
morning. About ],.Irtniul the lady of the house,who
slept with her tw., .-, ir,.r. in tire room where the
stove was, awoke almost suffocated and found the
apartment filled with a dense smoke, which issued
from the wood on the top of these stove which was in
a blze, and would son have communicated to the
wood work ofthe room. She hastily arose, groped
tier way to thie doors, and opening them, let the smoke
escape, and then removedI the burning wood, just in
season to prevent the house taking fire. But for this
timely awakening, the mother and her two little chil-
dren would hav,y been suffocated, and the house and
all its inmates probable reduced to ashes. This should
serve as a caution to others.-N. Y. Express.
Borrowers.-Sir Walter Scott once said in reference
to people who borrow bioks and never return them,
"it was very difficult to findo an accountant, though
book-keepers were very plenty."

God.-' Do you like novels ?" said a Miss Lan-
guish to her uip country lover. "I cant say," answer-
ed he, "for I never ate ary, but Fll tell you what,
I'm tremendous at a young possum ?"
Melancholy Accident.-We learn from Worcester,
by Ail r. Leioard's express, that on Monday afternoon,
Mr. Jonathan Rutledge was killed at Merrifield's
sash factory. He had previously repaired the steam
engine, and while iui this work, incautiously
put his head .! ... h.. rangeeof the crank, and
received a blow which instantly deprived hinn of life.
He has left a wile an.t ctild.-Boston Duily Adver-
tiser,.
OQ"-FRANKLIN BANK,-The stockholders of the
Franklin Bank are reminded that the adjourned inmeet-
ing,fbr the purpose ofreceiving the report of lIthe Com-
mittee ofexatmination,will be held at the Saloon a-
bove the Assembly Rooms, on MONDAY the 15th
inst. at 11I o'clock, A. M. fe 13

At a meeting of the COMMrSSIONED OFFICERS of
the FIFTH REGIMENT, held February the lo0tth, Col.
HiCKMAN was called to the Chair, and Adjutant Lu-
CAS appointed Secretary. The following resolutions
were unanimously adopted;:
Resolved. That a Company be formed, consistingof
the Commissioned and non-Commissioned Officers of
the Regimunent, and that they be governed by such
rules and regulations as a majority of them may a-
dopt.
Resolved, That the CommandingOfficer of sach Com-
pany report to thie Adjutant as soon as possible the
number of Oflicers, aon-commissioned Officers and
Privates in their respective Companies, and the nim-
her ofarms and accoutnements,and the number of arms
in complete repair.
In pursuance of a resolution a committee of three
was appointed to open a correspondence with Briga-
dier General HOWARD.
Resolved. That the mr-,.-ria .n ijourn to WEDNES-
DAY EVENING, the i'. 1,.l .
NATHANIEL HICKMAN, Chairman.
CHARLES Z. LUCAS, Sec'y. te 13
Married at Washington on the 9lh instant by the Rev'd.
T. C. Thornton, ELIJAH DYER of Washington, to Miss
ELIZABETH ANN asYER of Balamore, Md.
Married on tihe l tt insl., by the Rev. Mr. Musgrave. Mr.
THOMAS HENRY BOWLER to Miss MARIGARET WEA-
VER, both of this city.
Married on Wednesday evRning, 10th loast., by the Rev'd.
Samuel Keapler, JOSEPH M. SHIAW to Miss MARY ANN
BROWN, aim of this city.

Died on the evanina of the lltb inst., Mr. GEORGE EL-
LIOTT; in the 31st year of his age.
Died on the 10th inst., suddenly, Mr. JESSE SHEFFER
in the 23d year of his age.
Died on the 29th inst., SARAH TRENTON, in the 26th
year of her age.
Died on the 8rh inst., WILLIAM, .fianr ..,n of Elizabeth
and Win. Walker, aged 6 months amid t* .i ,l.
Died on Wednesday evening last, after a lingering illness,
Which he tuore with Christian fortitude and resignation Mr.
DAVID FOWLER, in nhe 56th year of his age.
Died in W ..'-.; .ci. ri.,.r, the 2dn inst. WILLTAM HENRY
HARRISON, ,..r.,., .... ,f William and Charlotte Ann
Knowles, aged five months and three days.


LIST OF APPLICANTS
For the Benefit of the Insolvent Laws of Maryland for
the last week.
Samuel Hebbern, | *Thomas Price,
William Ridgway, Jr. I *Samuel Wooden,
Albert N. Hosmer, H"enry Stevens,
Hugh McMichael, f ier.tel Gill,
Joseph King, B,. rIIamin i Fuller.
*Gideon Gross,
--"For debts less than $50.
To appear before the Commissioners of Insolvent
Debtors, 5th April, 1841, at 10 o'clock. A. M. to an-
swer interrogatories.
Day of final hearing beforesaid Comissioners, 4th
June, 1841, at 10 o'clock, A. M.; and also before
Baltimore County Court to answer allegations, if any.

O.-MARYLAND CATHOLIC TEMPERANCE
Association -A meeting of this Association will take
place in St. Peter's Church, Saraioga street, TO-
MORROW, (Sunday) 1411th inst. immediately after
Vespers, when the total abstinence pledge will be
administered to those wAho wish to become members.
Rev. P. S. SCHRIEBER, Pres't.
JOHN GALVIN. Sec'y.
N. B.-The pledge will be given on the second
Sunday of each month, fe 13 *
*tO-TEMPERANCE NOTICE-The regular meet-
ings of thie Marion Total Abstinence society will
be held at their Hall in Ensor, 2 doors above the In-
dep'ndent Engine House, every TUESDAY EVEN-
ING, at 7 o'clock, until further notice.
By order, WILLIAM F. PENTZ,
Financial '-cretqry.
CHAS. W. I'4 fiLRliiltliL,
fe 11 SM&Tu Rec. Secretary.

MARION JUNIOR TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.
The regular meeting of the Society will be hlnt at
the Hall in Ensor st., every SATURDAY EV -N.
ING at 7 o'clock. Young Men under the age of 21
are invited to come in and join us in this glorious
cause. By order. W. A. BAKER, Pres't.
J. FORNCII.LL, Sec'y. th,f&Sltf fe 21

gg-POSTPONEMENT.-By request,the commen-
cing Lrcture on lEnglish Giammar which was to have
been delivered on this Monday is deferred until
MONDAY theo 15th ins,., of which further notice
will be given during the week.
fe 8 J. F. HEY.

WESTERN MERCHANaTS WHIO SHIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S LINE,
(During the Canal season,)
IL ILL find it to their interest, before shipping
their eind,,. to call at
Jr 'l-'H TAYLOR & SON'S, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sts.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pittsburg or
Wheeling. fe 13 0?
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
and many thanks given to anry person who will
return to this office a "Cameo" BRACELET with
four gold chains attached, which was lost last evening
between Franklin street and Barnum's City Hotel.
fe 13 4t


BALTIMORE PRICES CURRENT
AND
REVIEW OF THE MARKET,
FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY EVENINGi FERY.12
OFFICE OF THE ".MERICdW."
[General Remark.-The unsettled state of the cur-
rency has had a material influence on business during
the present week, and we have therefore but a com-
parawively limited report of transactions to make.-
To-day currency matters appear to be assuming a
more settled character, and trade may therefore be
expected to resume its wonted activity.]
EXCHANGE.-There, have been no transactions
in Exchange on England during the week, and the
rate ot premium is unsettled.
Domestic Exchanges.-Rates are becoming more
settled. Yesterday sales of checks and sight drafts on
New York were made at 1, per cent premium, and
to-day sales have been made at 2 per cent. Wequote
the rate on Philadelphia to-day at 1 per cent dis-
count; and on Richmond at 1 disi.curnl.
AMERICAN COTTON & %, oILLEN GOODS.
-There has been a very good demand for American
manufactured goods during the week, and some
heavy transactions have taken place for the Western
markets at last week's quotations which we continue.
BEESWAX.-We are advised of sales of prime
Yellow at 28 cents.
CATTLE.-The offerings of Beef Cattle at the
drove yard, during the week have amounted to about
200 head, all of which were in the market on Monday.
About 175 have been taken by the city butchers at
prices ranging from $6 for good to $7.50 per 100 Ibs.
for prime quality. There has been afairsupply of Live
Hogs at market during the week, and sales have been
made at $5.60 to $6 per 100 lbs. small lots princi-
pally at the latter price.
COFFEE.-The cargoes of the barque R. H.Doug-
lass and brig Anni, from Rio de Janeiro, comprising
together 5197 bags, were offered at auction to-day,
and 2800 bags sold at 10.al2 cts. The sale Was not
well attended there being no purchasers from other
cities, and the bidding was not very animated. Prices,
however, are considered fully equal to the last sale.-
We note sales by private contract of 600 bags Rio at
11 a ll. cents. Limited sales of St. Domingo at 91
cents.
COTTON.-There has not been much doing this
week. We note a sare ot 90 bales Florida at i cts.
and 100 bales New Orleans at II' cts.
DEER SKINS.-Limited sales of Deer Skins have
been made during the week at 22.to 25 cents. The
stock in market is small with a good inquiry.
FISH.-The market continues extremely dull for
Mackerel, which are held as before at $16 for No. 1,
$14 for No.2; and $8 for No. 3. Codfish are also
without demand-held nominally at $2 50 a 82.75
per 100 Ibs.
FEATHERS.-Retail sales only of Western at 40
to 50 cents as in quality.
FRUIT.-At auction on Monday, the cargo of the
brig Napoleon from Sicily was offered as follows :-
1838 boxes Oranges offered, but only 300 sold at 81,-
75 a $2.P5; 100o boxes Lemons offered, and 120 sold
at $1,75 a $1.85; 10 bags Walnuts, sold at 5 cts per
Ib; 10 do. Filberts 41 cts; 62 bags Almonds 101 a Ili
cts; and 120 boxes Shelled Almonds at 251 a 27 ets.-
At auction to-day, 300 drums Smyrna Figs were sold
at 7 a 71 cts.
FLOUR.-
Howard Street Flour.-There was some improve-
ment in the demand lor Howard Street Flour in the
early part ot the week, and holders advanced the price
a shade. Some transactions have taken place in
good common brands from stores during the week, at
$4,53, but we believe that the sales have been princi-
pally at $4,50. We are advised of sales this morning
at $4,50, ind quote that price as the store rate now.
The receipt price is $1,371 to $4,44.
City Mills Flour.-Sales of standard quality at
$4,622, andof extra at $4,871.
The inspections of the week ending on Thursday
evening, comprise the following kinds and quantities:
bbls. ha lf-bbls.
Howard street.............11,790....... 46
City Mills-...............5,427......595
Susquehanna............. 00...... 00
Total.................17,217....... 641
Besides 45 bbls. Rye Flour, and 283 bbls. Corn
Meal.
GRAIN.-
Wheaes.-The few parcels of red wheats which
have reached the market by wagons, are selling at 90
cents for prime.
Corn.-Up to Wednesday inclusive sleS of both
white and yellow Md. were made at 45 a 46 cents.-
Yesterday there was a decline,andt salesof while were
made at 42 cents. To-day the market has rallied,
and sales of white have been made at 43 cents. Sales
of yellow at 45 cents.
Oats.-Sales ot small lots Md. at 30 a 31 cents.
Cloverseed.-We quote at $4.50 to $5,121 for fair
to strictly prime. Sales at the latter price.
Flaxseed.-We note sales of 400 bushels fromstore
at $81.15. The article has improved however, and
81.20 has been offered and refused for a large parcel
The wagon price is $1 per bushel.
MOLASSES.-We note sales of 20 tierces and 100
bbls. New Orleans at 28 ctsi. At auction to-day 50
hhds. New Orleans were sold at 26a26. cts.
PROVISIONS.-On Saturday and Monday last,
transactions to a considerable extent took place in bar-
rel meats and also in Bacon. We note sales of about
350 barrels new Mess Pork at S15; 200 barrels Mess
Beef at $12.50, both cash. Sales also of No. 1 Beef
at $10 50 on 4 months. Prime is held at $a 50 to $9.
Other transactions on a more limited scale have since
taken pace in these articles at the same rates. We
note a sale of new Baltimore cured Sides Bacon at8
cents and a lot of 5000 lbs. Hams of the same~descrlp-
tion at 10 centre, both cash. Several other parcels of
Hams of the same kind have been taken at the same
price. We are advised of considerable sales of new
Frederick County Bacon, assorted, at 7* cents. Limi-
ted sales of Western meat smoked in the city have
been made at 7{ cents for assorted, and at 7 cents lor
Shoulders and Sides. We quote the store price of
Western assorted Bacon at 7 cents; Sides at 71 cents;
and Hams at 9 to 10 cents, with a good inquiry for the
last named, of small size, and in handsome condition.
There has been a pretty large business dqne in Wes.
tern No. 1 Lard in kegs during the week at 8 cents on
time. Holders are now more firm. Sales of the same
qually in barrels at 7 cenlts Western Butter is ex-
ceedingly dull at 7 to 8t cents as in quality and order.
The demand lor Glades is very limited and prices
nominal. We continue to quote No. 1 at 18 to 21 eta;
No. 2 at 14 to 18 cents, and No. 3 at 8 to 12 cents with
the remark that the article could be had in large


quantities at a considerable reduction on these rates.
The inspections of the week comprise 408 barrels
Beef; 637 barrels Pork.
RICE.-Sales this week at $3,37 a 83,50 per 0lu0
Ibs.
SPIRITS.-Limited sales of New England Rum at
26 cts. for bhhids. and 28 cts. for bbls.
SALT.-At auction on Wednesday, 1070 sacks Li-
verpool fine Salt weresold at $l,521a$1,572 per sack.
SUGARS.-At auction to-day, 70 hhds. new crop
Porto Rico, cargo of schr. Shakespeare, were offered,
but only 5 hhds., quality only middling, were sold at
$'7,50.
TOBACCO.-There is a fair demand for Maryland
Tobacco of middling to inferior quality, say from
$6,50 down, and sales to a considerable extent could
readily be effected if the article was in market. In
the absence of transactions, we quote nominally as
before, inferior and common $4 a $5,50; middling to
good $5,50 a $7,50; good $8 a 88,50; and fine $9 a
$13. There is not much demand for Ohio, and the
stock is very small. Occasionally limited lots answer-
ing particular purposes are sold within the range of
quotations, which we continue, viz inferior and com-
mon at $ la.$4,50; middling $5; good $5,50 a 86,50;
finered and wrappery $8a12; prime yellow at $7,-
50al0, and extra wrappery $15al7. We note a sale
this week of very prime yellow at $11 round. The
inspections ef the week comprise 3 hlihds. Maryland;
14 hhds. Ohio; and 10 htids. Virginia-total 27 hhds.
WHISKEY.-Prices have been steady during the
week, at 20' cents for hhtls, and 225 a 23 cents for
bbls. The wagon price of bbls, continues at 18 cents,
exclusive of the barrel. The inspections of the week
comprise 60 hhds. and 738 bbls. of which 44 hhds. and
377 bbils, were received by the Baltimore and Sus-
quehanna Railroad.
WAGON FREIGHTS-Are without change,and
we continue to quote to Wheeling at $1,50, and to
Pittsburg at $1.25 per 100 Ibs.
Wr0T.ESALE PRICES.
All articles, which pay either an ano vaoremn or a specific
duty of more than 20 per cent. on their invoice cost.are en-
tilled toa reduction of 10 ocr cent. of the excess. The
amount of the excess now deducted is two fifths.
AMERICAN COTTON GOODS.
3.4 Brown Shirtings, 6a7 I Drills,Suffolkl 10
3-4 do do 7a7A1 Penitentiary Plaids, 12al9
7-8 do do 7jaS IBlue Prints, 11 a81
4.1 -4p ,e, .-.. 8* a 9q t Do Merrimaci, 14a
4 4 L.'.vr-nr .1.. 1i CottonrYarnmSi 5 to 2 a
4-4 common Tickings,11al3 Do 18 2924 a26
York Comp'y. alg4 I Satinets, blue, super 75 a9O
Do Dorchester, 17 Do do fine 60 a70
Do Methaen, 171 Do do corn. t0 a56
Dritlls, common, Palo I Do mixed, 40 aSO
ASHIFS-[Last New York prices.]
Pot, first sort, per 100 lbs ...................
Pearl do do ......................









COFFEE-I Duty Irea.
Havana, .......... 9gall I JIava, II.............. l 2jalS
P Riroen Lagubya. l0al2 I Rio........... ....91al21
St.Doming... .. 9al0 Triage.... ..... a
DRUG-.-uLru, crupperas, per CWL; campnor, refined 2 and
crude, free; blue vitriol, 4, oil ol vitriol 3 cts per lb; ex-
sences, 15 per cent; alum 2,50 per cwt; castor oil 5
cents per gallon; sugar of lead 5 cents per it; saltpetre
crude free: refined 3cta ncr ib: ot;lhr articles liaI52
&l-es, in. ......... Y8 Madder, Diutica,gr'd.. ltal3
Anliio........ ...... 45 Mati'ra. in flakes...... 70a8V
Antimony,crude,....- a ,.. ....1 ;'- i i.t'
Aquafortis........... 9 0 .,.. .... i u .-'.
Arrow Root........ 12 a45 ( i. i n I .r.i. n i .. i .
Arsenic, lump ......... ilia I Oil of Vitriol, lb......... :a3
Balsam Copaiva,.... 35a Ia '. .. i .. r i.r '. j ..-. .- '..i
Bark,LimaBnone....90al.25 ".'.i i. --... .. .... .. ...-
Bark, yellow, Cartiha. 24 A Prussian Blue .......90al,0-
Borax,crade, .......... a17 I tQuicksilv6r ........-.. no,
Borax, refined, ....... ..'24 i Rhubarb. t .ndi....... none
Brinmtone, cru.ton,. $60at5 I Shellae, garnet ....... L6a S
Uo..-.rnned roll, lb... 4a41 IUo..... liver........... 12I
rj0o...ilour ao sulphur..S5a5. I Do.....oranges.........18a
Camotnior........... 1.20 I Saffron................ $6,596
0anmtarides ......1.20 I Sal Animonlac. re-....18a
Chalkton............. a I Salts. Rochelle.......... a0a2l
Ocuiiieai. Ib..... 1,65 I ,.. i' C.1. i i
Cream Tartim....-..20a625 | '.i". n ........... 1
Copperas...... I Saltpotre,crude.........-6a6i
Essence ..- ,., Do'.......erenined .......
IEssence It'inii..t .. I Sarsaearitlla. Hon-.........a38
U ]itt-,. it -.i-.......... ; ', lSassafrasRoot, tona,...1l2a
irit i:.,j.". .i ; Senna Alex. Ib ..... aS
in - h .. . ..... I DiO....E. Indiau ......... ua
Gum Arabic, Turkey.35a45 S 3eed, Anis-............. 10al2i
Gumi .--ir a. ... ...- Seed.Car.away-.........10al8
Gum a.-t, s. ...,ia:- S nake Riiot. Seneca....... 20
Gum Amoniac .2ia60 I Do-......... Virginia....... 26
Gum Copal,hIndia ...... a25 ... ....... .
i .u ;.,l .,t l, \ 1 ii tr ... .. ; u=.l .t., .. ... .. .. ..'.,,
G.in ijr ].'i,[I'' r, l ininin ,.l1. | S.u' ...i .e[.i-- -- .-. i--- .-
Ip.?>"i. uiinii li r'.,.', l t u ,j J -j *^iji'i[i \11l *iA, -. .'*"
singlass,Russia, .... 4,1251 I o........ French......3,50
Isingiass, Amnerican,90al0) I Sumac, Sicily, ton-.....44a75
Jalap Root,....a..... none I Traacauth ...........860a65
Juniper Berries,..... a I Tapioca,.................5a7
Liquorice- ........... 13alG I Tumnric Root,......... none
IUuoricee Ruot........4a8 I Verdigris,.............. 44
J Vitriol.blue... ......... 13a
FLOUR-We quote
Superfine iloward street from stores, per bbl $4.50a ,
Do t.......City Mills.............I............. 4.62
Do ......Susquehanna ...............................--
Rye, lt. .............................. .. ...........--
Corn Meal, kiln dried, per bbi............... .........--
Do ............do.....er d............. ......---
GRAIN-
Wheat. white, bu. 1.00al.15 I Peas,black eye,.... 1.50
Do. best Pa. red, 90a- -I,_.... .. . n. in . '.l't
Do.ord.tonr.Md. 75a90 i "I I,.... .i ... .. ,-
Corn, wnite, new,.... 42a43 Barleya...................75
Do yellow, Md...... 45a- Flaxseed,rough,st. p. 1,19
Rye,................3 a31 l I in i ye, 100 lbs.. 1,60
Oat, Md..... ....... 3Ia- I -imi.- .A1, bushel ..... 39
Beans............. 1.50 1 Shorts-.......do........ 13a14
PROVISIONS-
Beef, Balo. mes,$12.50al3 I Butter, Glades, No 1- 160a21
Do do Nol 10,50all I Do do 2. 14a18
Do do prime, 8,5 1 Do do 3, 8al2
Pork, mesa, 15a Do Western 2, 8al0
Do Nn 1, -- Do do 3, 7a8*
Do prime, 13a13.50 Lasrd, BatTO. kegs 1, 8a
Do cargo, -a- Do do 2, none
Bacon, hams,Balt.lb, 1Oall Do Western 1, 8aS
De middlings do SBa Do do 2, none
Do shoulders do 8 Do do bibls. 1, 71a
Do assorted, West. 7 a7I Cheese, casks, 7*
Do bhams, Do boxes -
Do middlings, Do extra, 12al5
Do shoulders, I
TOBACCO-[Duty,leaf 15 per ad val.]
Common $4a4 Yellow 7a9
Brown & red 5a I Fine yellow 7,50alO
Ground leaf 5I10 I Virginia 4a9
Fine red 7a8 I Rappalhannock
Wrappery, suitable I Kentucky 5all
for segars 8a13 t St. Domingo 13al8
Yellow & red 7a0 1 Cuba 15a30

PRICES OF S'Ioc s. &c.
Reported for the Jasericsn. t.l 5..i.n I, Harris 4r Son,
r rStock, xchanse and General Commission Merchants,
-o. 22 Exchange Building.
BALTIMIORE, February 12, 1841.
BANK STOCKS. PAID.
0. S, Bank, per share,......... $100 ...... 28a29
Bank of Baltimore...............300 ...... 270 *
Union Bank of Md., whole shares, 75 ...... 46 *
Mechanics'Bank,. .............. 15 ...... 13 *
franklin Bank, ................. 25 ......
Commercial & Farmers' Bank,. 20 21
Full paid-.......do-.............. 33....... 34343
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank,... 50 ...... 30o *
Marine Bank,................... 30 ...... 25
Farmers' Bank of Maryland,.... 50 ...... 45 *
Merchants' Bank-................100 ...... 90 *
Patapsco Bank.................. 25 ...... 21- *
Farmers' & Planters' Bauk,...... 25 ...... 20 *
Citi ieni Ba-nk, ................. 10 ..1 .... 6 *
C "Ih a.ip.-atl kBank, .............. 25 ...... 19
WesternBank,................. 25 ...... 17
INSURANCE STOCKS.
M aryland...................... 100 ......200
Baltimore ......................300 ......200
Neptune........................ 100o ....- 57a
American-... .................1 tOO 76
Baltimore Fire-.................. 6'...... 5 t
Firemen's,...................... 6 ...... 6a
Baltimore Life Insurance Co..... 50 ....... 46
American Life Ins. & Trust...... 50 .....
Merchants' Fire Insurance-...... 50 ...... 32a
ROAD STOCKS.
Reisterstown TurnpitRe,.......... 20 ...... 6
Frederick-........do............ 20 ...... 5
York-.............-do-............. 20 ...... 5a
Baltimore ik Harford........... 50 ...... 26
Washington & Baltimore R.Road 100 ...... 100
Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road.... 100 ...... 32a
Balto. and Susquehanna R. Road, 50 ......
Philad. Wil. & Balto. odo do...... 50 .. 37a38
MISCELLANEOUS STOCK.
City Corporation 6 per cents, 100
redeemable after 1860, k 1870 t 10 .
City Corporation 6 per cents,
redeemable after 1890,.... -. 100 ...... 94
Do.... do.... .5 do. ... after 100- 79
18600.... ............ 1 .
State of Maryland O per cents ... 100 ...... 94
Do .... .do......5.... do..re- 1O0 75a
deemable in 1870,.......... 00 ..... 7 a
Do.... do.. -.. 4 .i.do ........... 100 ....... 70
Six per cent. stock of the Baltimore & Ohio
B. R.Co.. redeemable after .. 100 ...... 94a
Annuities or Ground Rents................. 6ta7
Batitnomre Water Company,...... 50 ...... 68 t
Union Manufacturing Co........ 50 ...... 9 *
Gas Li-hi-... ... ........... 100 ...... 93
Baltihr .;,- i, m I"' .-i Co -.... 1000 ......1000
Baltimore Shot Tower-...........100 ...... 220 *
Phliniiix Shot Tower,..............100 ...... 90 *
Eutaw ShotTower............... 100 ......100
Susquelhanna Canal,............. 50 ...... 33a
Canton Company,... -.......... O ......
Water Company 5 per cts. oh 1848.100 ...... 84
Those marked thns forssle-tlhus wanted.
Sales at the New York Stock jI:,, 'i,, I Feb'y It.
745 shares U. S. Bank.....................27-a28
125 Canton Comp.........- .........261a27
Sales of Stock at Philadelphia, Feb'y. 11.
808 shares U. S. Bank.................. .--. -.- :
20 1 Phila. & Balto. Rail Road-....... ..j.
NEW YORK MARKET,
I hi.,,.nt . ".,,,g, Feb. 11.
Cotton remains quiet; ni... in .*r.. .'1 1. ,i...,1 day. There
Is very little doing in Flour to-day, though it is supposed that
saine 5000 bhuls. Geneses have receartly been puiclnased for
exportation mt 84,75, or a little ingre. No sales of Corn.
The Leather sale advertised lo tom-day was postponed.
A house of stock and exchange lirokern, of high respectan
ability, failed to-day. The difficulties iu their affairs are raid
tO be, mary of them, as old as the Rntht'one forgeries.
Sterling Bills have deci;,-.i i.. .i. .in lihe tendencyat
the Broker's Board was .'--n--in" ". ..... i i-. day. 54000 In-
diana Bonds sold at6 li, i,, D.i.,in. 11.. r'ii ltadson Bonds
old at r2t, and 850)00 do. at 93 per cent. Leters from Batk
Officers at Richimond say they nire paving specie, aird hope to
be able to hold out in doing so. Soume of the Philadelphia
Banks who refuse to pay, have large aunnouts of funds lying
idle in this city.
Exchanges, including Certificates and Ctmecks. .BakNSotes
in dwistat places are at ui per cent larger discount.
Boston..................par a Savmiunah ...-........-5a-
Philadelphia-............. 3a4 Mobile-................7a7t
Baltimore-...............-2aa2 Interior, Ala.......... 8ia-
Washington, DC.........-a- New Orlemas-.........5 a-
Richmond ..............-3a- St. Louis.............71a-
Petersburg.............do do Louisville...........-7 a-
Norolk-.................do dSo Cincinnatit.........12 a-
alelgh-.........-.......4a-- Nashvlle-.............6a--
Wilmington...........dio do Illinois...............--a-
Charleston-.............. 2a- Michigan............. a-
InteriorS. C-.---.....- a- Missouri............. --a-
Aagusta ................-7a- Wisconsin............-a-
Macian...............-a- Bills on Londoni.....58 08
Columbnsa..............6.a-- Do Fraiee-......5f.'-
Jour. Corn.
Dui;... 7. ''' ./ Office,
1.1~. ,,, i, 'eb. 8,1841. S
The river has fallen about 10 feet once Saturday, and is
still receding, iti,...ii there is abundaoee of water for the
largest boats, ,.r n-l i.ii cargoes, to this port.



'Rl'Hi ---- II LI I'lt.ltn. -


?,nom i.,' I.-..i," j l: i --a.a b..',., _
ARRIVED,
Bremen barque Atlantic, fran, 8 days from Philadelphia,
bound to Bremen; came here to finish loading, to Oclriehis &
Lunrmauin.
B.g i'aice-a Janii.Ti-n..ni-..ii 0d,% from St. Johns, P.R.
sugar, 1o K r &i. I r t. rn-. L.n *'.m ult. brigs Ada Eliza,
Pr,:e. wiLng ft. i ti; Impulse, Little, New Yorl, dis; nschr.
Gir.J aale-.il tnu day for Mayagucz.
CLEARED,
Barque Adeline Eliza, Hopkins, Metanzas, W. G. Harri-
l1on; schr. Adno,Murch, Saco, Me. Weld & Jenks.
SAILED--rwi'., in ship Clementine, Gesselmnan, Bremen;
barque AdelineE liza, Hopkins, Matanzas.
The ship Tippecaone, Gray, for Baltimore, cleared at New
Orleans 2d inst.
The brig Zaine, Robbins, of Baltimore, arrived at New Or-
leans 2d itst. from Kingston, Jam.
The brig Wankinco, Howland, from Baltimore, arrived at
Cliharleaston 6th inst.
The brig Colombo, Atkins, for Baltimore, sailed froan Bos-
ioa 7dtml it.
ThIe brig Token, Loceland, and schr. Thomas, Luscomb,
hence at Boston lUth inst.
Te bi.hs. S.1.i., Ji.-.,. ii.I Mazeppa, Baker, from Bal-
timomr, 'a ot.-i %i -.iniin, h -:i ut. uni c.

BOSTON, Feb. 9-Arr. barque Cambridge, fjnom Smyrna,
Brig American, from Trinidad 19th all. Left barques Fal-
mouth, for Havana, next day; Hercuies, for i ., -Ii m.m.., Idg;
brigs Podo. do; tomer, do; Eliza burgess, i.- It '.:..,, ic;
George Evan, do. do; AdetaIine, for do. waiting cargo; Ven-
truosa, from Bosaton, arrived l8thi; schrs. Commerce, waiting
cargo; Jane, do; Caroline, from Jamaica, unc.e
Brig Franklin, from nCienfuego; selhr. Thomas, Baltimore.
CI'd. brigs Palm, Bunnos Ayres; Susan, do; Effort, St.
iJohns, P. R.; Rival, Havana.
Feb. lI-, in Ilri,'-, I.-.- Mi-,izis: Token, Baltimore.
Schrs. M gr. ini, t ini-.. H .i-n1 I. i tI McCrea, Attakapas.
Cl'd. hsnips Albion, Calcutta; Oneco, New Orleans; brig Re-
porter, Mobile. .
NEW YORK, Feb. 11- Cl'd. baraue Ellen, Trinidad de Cu-
be., b ;,n:' I.'trel, Turks Island; L'Orieni, Demerara; Acton,
W-.-, hinmr-, schr. Samuel Ingham. Franklin, La.
Feb. 11, noon-Cl'd. ship Edwina, Mobile; brigs Edward,
Peraambuco; Morea, Apalachicola.
Arr. brig Joseph Atkins, from Cienfiuleeos, (Cuba.) Left
brigs North America, for Boston, just arrived; Sarahi, for Beos-
sion, 15 days; schr. Eliza Lelandi, or Philadelphia, iu 15 days.
Big Mlare iiti .i ,'. 11 ilerhice.
I-el.,w. sunme .- *'.r. ,t' .-ml Messiona. Wind W. N. W.
FHILADEI.I'llI -11 -12-Air. brig Gove. Robbin9, from
Bavana.
RICHMOND, Feb. 10-Arr. schr. C. 1t. Hooper, Baltimore.
Sehrs. Merchant, frc., I- ,,-in.,. L , -..-ti, New York.
Schrs. Alinira, froinm it in.I."' ''.-..' '.ij-i i'i.i,
CHARLESTON, Fit. o- 'ar t... a.'_,... in %- '% York.
Bitg .% a% i,.I ., iBaltimore; schr. John Allyne, Matanzas.
Ftb. S. Io.m"- 1-it Danish ship Ve-ta, from St. Croix,(Basq
End.) 30th ult. lat. 31. lhmng. 77, spoke brig Henrietta, from
Havana for Bnoston.
Brig Paul T. Jones, from Philadelphia.
Brig Ashley, from New York. 3d mest. 30 milessouh of tim
hilghlands, saw ship Lafayette, hence for New York.
drigBrindgton, from Turks Island, in distress, put in on ac-
ccounit 'rf iltcrns-s of crew.
(TdI. Br. shui Marion, Liverpool; sehr. Celon, Cuba.
SAVANNAII. Feb. 7-Cl'd. brig Charles Joseph, Provi-
dence.:
Arr. brig G. B. Lamar, from New York.
Bi'dh bir L. Baldwin, New York.
MOBILE, Feb. 3-Cl'd. ships Catharine,I Havre; Alaba-
* mian, New York.
Arr. ship Palmyra, from rCharltstnn
Hr. brig Prince Albineri, from Tnrila.d
Feb. 4-Cil'd. hllug Palesfe. Psneracola; Alderman, Provi-
deme; schlr. L'. W. lreerwood, Porserncola.


Arr. barque Nicholas, from Proidence.
Schra. Byron, from Philadelphia; Joseph Brown, Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, Fen. 2-Ci'd. ship Tippecanoe, Balti-
more; barque Eleanor, Liverpool; brig Huntress, Philadelphia;
Hr. schr. Ariel, Kingston, Ja; schr. Adrian, Antigua.
Arr. ship Pennsylvania, from Liverpool.
Ships Chaos, froro Boston; Octarara, from London.
Ships St. Lawrence, from Liverpool; Gardiner, do.
Barque hull, ifront Boston.
Brigs Francis Ashby, fin Apalachicola; Pallas, Kingston, Ja
Schrs. Troubadour, from Chliagres; Doric, Tminpico.
Feb. 3-C(I'd. ships Clifton, New York; Rowland, Boston;
barque Clement, do; ',.,: .r-triot, Alexander.
Arr. ship St. Cloud, ii..... Philadelphia.
Ship ttephen I'hillips, from iRott,.rdaun.
Barque i. Mezicik, from Philadelphia.
Br. barque Kate, froem Liverpool; brig Zaine, Kingston, Ja.
Sp. pohere Porque, froin) Havana.
SRilsi. teron, fioin Falmonlh; Ventura, Sisal.
Scliirs. Geneva, from tav,.na; Pilgrim, Boston.

_ PEC E FUN ODS-A chtck for Fitie.n hundred
K.S dollars, drawn by Cashier Merchants Bank,New-
tqm p iiI. on Globe Banik, Boston, tor sale by
% %N M. GUNNISON, Commission Merchant.
fe 13 No. 99 Bowly's- wharf.
1A~ClH i'r> -N G i~ o i it0 ...... k-, .i. t ..
.J. W. OSBORN.
fe 13 82 Bowly's whf.
C LOVER'SEED--Prime free Penna. Seed, for
sale by te 13 G. R. VICKK ERS & CO.
I 'T i' RU 'H - [, I- r hI, i .I ... i- ... ~ ~- 1.
Sfe 13 G. R. VICKERS & CO.
W HITE BEANS-112 bus now landing and
for sale by fe 13 G. R VICKERS&CO.
FRICAN PEA NUTS-393 .-. l. .,!e by
J. W .llli'-,
te 13 8U Bowly's whf.
PPLEBS-100 bols ]i.....'-. in first rate ship-
ping order, for sale .it iN.:. ''i Bowlv's whatf, by
Ie 13 WM. GUNNIS(ON.
B 1A. '- --A. .. J. I ,., I I .-.. .. -. I, -' a -d,,F.
S sale by tL. R. V'ltkbit, Ct).
he 13
AR littN--7 toni assorted Hliar IRON-For
salo by LOWRY & GILL,
tfe 13 4t No. 75 Bowlv's whairf.
C LOVERSEED-Prime lot. larning this (lay for
sale by HARVEY SHAW,
ti 13 37 West Prattst.
'LO% L l-Ti-:D-- ,, i.,-i.. i.... tor
-, 1. i i % L i.E\ LI!\>.,
fe 13 d4t No. 9 Pratt at. wharf.
1 tlOCOLATE-200 boxes ttCHOCOLATE, tor
S sale by SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO.
fe 13 No. 15 Bowly's wharf.
OTTON-99 bales irUi .... ot prime quality, for
S sale by JN"i K. RANDALL,
fe 13 P 104 Smith's wharf.
LOVES-50 bbls Cayenne, for sale by
J. W. OSBORN,
fe 13 82 Bowly's whf.
A1sILYl FLOUK-Smnall's Btiand, warranted,
for sale by KERNAN & STrILLINGER,
fe 13 No. 17 Spear's whf.


I iGS-150 drums Superior Smyrna, ftor'sale by
J. W. OSBORN,
fe 13 82 Bowly's whf.


ILN CORN MEAL-fresh ground, in store
and for sale by
fh 13 G. R.VICKERS &CO.
MW ILL FEE --Ship Stuff, Brown Stund and
Shorts, for sale by
fe 13 G. R. VICKERS & CO.
T EW HOPS.-8 bales new HOPS, tfor sale low
I- to close sales by JAMES BRUNDIGE,
fe 13 d4t 68 South st. S. ot Pratt.
P EPPER-200 bags heavy Sumatra Pepper, lor
sale by J. V. OSBORN.
fe 13 82 Bowly's whf.
O% LUt- ,';,, c. RB,.irr.g Power-For sale
.). 111 I -HINItIO)N & EASTMNN,
fe 13 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
ALTPEI'RE-200bag4 Crude, for sale by
S J. W. OSBORN,
fe 13 82 Bowly's whf.
A ALARATUS-10 casks ot prime quality; tor
S sale by WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 13 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
SA J. W. OSBORN,
te 13 82 Bowly'as whiarf.
IN. EIr E,-I' t"MlM OIL-'"'. -i. 1.... S
W -for saleby WITHINGrON & EASTMAN,
te 13 85 Bowly's whosrf.
N L RI I DLING.,-"-0) I.1.14. .I t ale by
e JACOB P. MILLER,
fe 13 4t 12 SpSar's wharf.
I I BALES ALICANTE iMATS, iec'd.
40 and for sale by
le 13 P WM. & GEO. McLEAN.
1 l(rh o L BS. Flli:i.. lICK C0t. B\A-
990 O'. iiict ree'd and for sale by
fe 13 A.\ l)l,:h: GRGGRE &CO. Franklin at.
B .|. i-, IIll~ l ln .- r .." ,, I >1 I I A |i .1. l.,lIIidll
B bbls-No. I and t..d-. f.* .ale by
,J 'ilt P. MILLER,
to 13 st 12 Spear's wharf.
E X I It %'WOOL, BLACK CLOTtIliS-Just
received and for sale by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY.
fe 13 312 South Chtarles st.
i 'li.Li-.'l l I I 'I" -- ,..'; ,I. \t 'l., I ,ait
NE'I'TS forVeils; just received by
JNOM). A. ROCHE,
Te 13 No. 82 Hanover street.
f 1 ;EEN lb i 417COF''EIt,-42 bags o good
quality; or sale Iv
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 13 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
I 1V i.nl m | i l '0 i I^.- ..., ,. ', I., ,iq.hliii
it
S Orrel COAL, for sale by
ALEX. BtROWN & SONS, or
fte 13 4t WM. GRAHAM.
SI.NSEE'D Ot4L--5 bbls. piule iPelisytvatia,
L jut tnrceived tundt lor sale by
'. W.& L. LEVERING,
fe 13 d4t No. 9 Pratt st. wlharf.
"& *fb "A '.k.- 7.,-,- 7 ..... l,,: l,,u ., ,,l]. .. :,-,\ ,%
.JlV i lllln ij.J', I i.' |,:,
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 13 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
0 ~ ill t I 1' I I i) .I'f l I. L. ..., 'aimiIu lots to
suit purchasers, by
T. W. & L. LEVERING,
fe 13 d4t No. 9 Pratt st. wiarf.
PRINCE AL1BERT G' l itI.'l.S. this
Sday received and for sale low by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
fe 13 12 South Ctnarles st.
I9.1%.." t LV lNI i. .1. ITft .At1.,1-4i'
S lbhs. Pennsylvania Roll Butter, just received and
for sale by LOWRY & GILL,
fe 13 No. 75 Bowly's wiharf.
I I' LH M 1 (.t) "Ti)U ii 't.C )- .- ,.. ,., part
S fine, in store and tor sale, in lots to suit pticha-
sers by ALBERS 4 CO.
he 13 2 t;(rmran st.
%%511 L,.1 Si AG 5.l',HL ..., .j. i.aAIniL-
S good quality; tor sale by
WITHINGLON & EASTMAN,
fe 13 P 85 Bowly's whawlirf.
A -- E % % IN -. % 1 LK %'-- [11 -u I.,' l ]..l .. ..- 1 ....
9Black, tor sale by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
fe 13 12 Souilh Charles st.
SLUi ANA SANDPAPiRLt.-
S 5000 Ibs. GLUE oft good quality
225 reams SANDPAPER. For sale by
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
fe 13 d4t 68 So'ith st. S. ot Pratt.
z I 1- "I 1 ,. 1 1 .... ,,n . mI I .. I- .-l.NC* I
now universally used for covering I *i '... in Pari-,
which we will sell low. T. P. I MI-. I. CO.
fe 13 P 41 No. 108 &4 108 Baltimnore st.
111TE WIIGAT FAMILY FLOUR-
Warranted to give satisfaction; a constantsup.
ply on hand and for sale by
JACOB P. MILLER,
fe 13 4t 12 Spear's wharf.
r10 ltLLII t t.I:R'I -.- i. Ir i ustreceiv
m edt an invoice of Zinc Tubes, lor Bell hLange rs'
use, which we will sell low to close sale.
T. PALMER & CO.
f, 13 P 4t No. lr8 antd (,81 Balto. sts.
I i I L.AD7. Lkr'll I I %% ut'a'v.i. -'-A
ti few barrels, quarter and kegs of Priila'telphlia
BUCKWEAT, on hand and. for sale low to close by
WMl. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 13 Lombard, neat Light st.
,.I" ., .f D' "0 1 I1 'i1--
200 boxs No. 1 Soap
100 do Colgates Patent Starch
10 bbls. do do For sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 13 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
ALT.-
i200 sacks Ashton Factory Filled Fine SALT
1000 sacks G. Alum, 10 to ton
9000 bush. Liverpool G. A. SALT, in lots to
suit purchasers, apply to W INN & CO.
he 13 w4t Franklin st.
CLOVEVESSED-
30 bushels prime Pensylvania CIOVERSEED,
received this day
50 bushels inferior: Cloverseed, to arrive
50 do prime do do. for sale by
LOWRY r GILL,
fe i3 4t 75 Bowly's whuf.
O IIO CHEESE, II I 't l Ei. FEAT1HE1S,
0 &c.-75 casks Oh.. '.hi L'1L, lor sale low
200 keg4 BU' TER
15C0 lbs FEATHERS
500 boxes GLASS, 8 by 10 and 10 by 12.
With an. ,..intu nt-l GROCERIES and WINES,
for sale by .I,',i 'It T'YLOR &1 >ON,
fe 13 d2w corner of Eutaw anrt German sts.
UPLAND COTTON
U RICE
Madeira and Sherry WINES, of choice (,i. i,.
Silk and Cotton UMBRELLAS by package, at
factory prices ou contsigtm it. & A. CARTER,
fe 13 73 Bowly's wharft
HOCOLATfE, SPlCES, &c.-
, 500 boxes CHOCOLATlEt
100 kegs GROUND GINGER
50 do do PEPPER
10 boxes FLOUR RICE
1000 lbs CLOVES
20 bags PEPPER, received and for sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 13 P Lombard near Light st.
SUGAi{. Ml_ V', -l ", (OPFFE, 35 hithtt N Il. .\1;. /it to stuperior quality
10 do .., ,*.'im L..-.L .
10 do Cuba do new crop
150 bahs Rio Green COFFEE, part low priced and
part superior
100 bags Lagugayta do
h0 do St. Domingo do
25 baga Java do
1000 loaves irfined SUGA R. On hand aid for sale
low by WM. CGEO. McLEAN,
fe 13 P Lnombard near Light st.
mTOTICE TO 'THOSE IN WANT OF
lUDOMESTICS. -Er-. 1.. -..',i ',:t. I by
12 worthy industn..i c:a...ic.l 1K' ,
7 d o d i I tr, 11 h i. n ,pO a.
4 middle aged white women 8a H. in-..',--| It-,
5 do. (to. NI li" "',
3 do. do. Seamstresses,
2 colored boys as WAITERS,
I do man as WAITER.
Either of the above can be had at an hour's notice
being left at the City Intelligence Office, corner of Bal.
timore and Frederick streets, fe 13


$PECIE.
1000 IN SPECIE CONSISTING
MEXICAN, 1
SPANISH, DOLLARS.
AMERICAN,
AMNIERICAN GOLD,
SOVEREIGNS,
FRENCH GOLD AND
DOUBLOONS. For sale in sums to suit pur-
chasers by. J. E. HUSBAND,
Eagle Exchange Office 63i North Gay st.
(near the Bridge.)
All kinds ofuncurrant money bought at the lowest
rates ot discounts as abote. 4t fe 13
I=Of A ',, RIC V t, c.-
S. ,.1. ,ilingMatanzas MOLASSES
34 casks RICE
49 boxes Mould CANDLES
119 do No. ISOAP
23 '. -. Goshen BUTTER
13 "-i.-., prime Pennsylvania CLOVER-
SEED, consisting of 7 bushels each; for sale by
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
to 13 P ltd 10 Bowly's wharf.
8OUTHWORTH MANUFACTURING
-COMPANY PAPER-
6 cases fine arid superfine Ruled Poat
3 Plain do.
2 Ruled Cat
2 Plain do.
2 cases fine ruled Counting House do.
For sale by
TURNER, WHEELWRIGHT & MUDGE,
fel3 No. 2 S. Charles street.
P ORK, &c.--
169 bbls Mess Z PORK,
77 do Prime4 juist inspected
155 kegs LARD
164 bbls No. 2
112 do No. 3
2 half bblsNo l (MACKEREL
I do do No 4
200 boxes HERRINGS, for sale by
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
fo 13 d4t P 10 Boily's whf.
W ILLIAIMISON & HENRY, No, 12 South
VCharles street, have this day received, and will
keep regularly on hand
STAY BINDINGS-BIk. white and drab, of all qua-
lities
Cotton TAPES-BIk and white, No 25, 135, 145 and
147 ,
Carpet BINDINGS-Green and chintz colors
Patent THREADS-Assorted Nos.of J. and D. Stu-
art's make
Holland TAPES-Assorted Nos.
Spool COTTON-White and col'd low priced, in 100
;ard Spools
do do do Stuart's Victoria o100 do
(to do do do 200 do
Orrel's Cotton BALLS-Assorted Nos.
Silk TWIST-Blk. and col'd Sewings
Driil'd if\-1 NLE LiL-,. I .. & German Ping
Cotton 'amir..r,.i i'; t .-'-r., I.A '-'
Shoe THREAD, Green and half bleached
Shoe HEMP. low priced; &c. &c. fe 13
T HitREAD LACES-The largest and prettiest
assortment of Thread Laces in the City at re-
tail.- -ALSO-
A I sr .. and extensive assortment Mens, Womens
and .I).., White and Colored Cotton House just
or-i..-l by JNO. A. ROCHE,
[- I No. 52 Hanover street.
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE,
AMMOND & PORTER.-No. 204 Bal-
limore street, (opposite Hanover street)-Have
on hand and are just receiving a complete assortment
ot the above articles, new styles and shapes. Also,
White and Blue'GRANITE CHINA, Tea, Dinnter
and Toilet Ware; a large quantity of IRON STONE
CHINA DINNER, TEA and TOILET WARE.
T'o which they particularly invite Merchants and the
retail trade of Baltimore, and all others wanting arti-
cles in the above line, as they are determined -to sell
goods as low as they can be purchased in any other
house. All goods warranted to be packed well.
fe 13 2awtf HAMMOND & PORTER.
BOARDING.
IVE or six gentlemen, or two or three families
can be accommodated wi'ii Bl\ ;I. in an old
established boarding house, c r.mil3it ,.. .i, with
comfortable rooms, among which are two fine front
rooms, well calculated for persons wanting a parlor
and chamber adjoining. Terms moderate. Apply at
this office. eo4t te 13
OFS'ICE OF THE BALTIMORE FIRE IN- )
SURANCECOMPANY,
February 13th, 1841.
OTICE is hereby given to ihe Stoclkholders that
II conformably to the charter on election will be
held at the Company's Office, No, 20 South street, on
MONDAY, 1st March next, between the hours olo10
and 12 o'clock, for fifteen Directors.
The Transfer Books will be closed from the 2011th
inst. until the 7th March. By ordntcr,
fe 13 eolE 0. P. WIRGMAN, Sec'y.
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully announ-
Sces to the Public,that he intends to open, in the
city of Baltimore, on MONDAY, the first day of
March next, ani English and Classical High School for
Boys, in which thorough instruction shall be given in
all branches of science usually taught in Seminaries
ot a high orde'; and he pledges himself to procure
school apparatus ot the best kind, and able assistant
teachers as they may be needed.
Graduated at Dartmouth College, and having been
for the last tern years, a teacher in thie celebrated Se-
lect School oh Mr. Gideon F. Thayer, of Boston, and
more recently principal in one ot the Public Schools
of that city, the undersigned indulges the hope that
his liberal education and experience in the teaching
of youth, will induce parents and guardians to pro-
mote their ownu interests in giving him some share of
their patronage.
Tie School will be opened in a building called War.
fiehlt's Church. Entrance from Courtland street.
The following are the terms for instruction;-viz.
in Latin, Greek, and Fnglinht tui'tia per quarter, $15.
To thoeu whon s'uI-y \ 'a i. 1n I..,,'iagcs, a reason-
able extra charge will be made.
AARON B. HOYT.
For the convenience of those who do not know him,
the undersigned has liberty to refer to the following
gentlemen;
REFERENCES.
Rt. Rev. W. R Whilinigham, D. D.
Rev. Dr. Wyatt,
Rev. Dr. Johns,
Rev. Dr. Henshaw,
Rev. Mr. Hamner.
Charles Gilman, and
Hugh Davy Evans, Esquires. eow
fe 13 ____ eo(!6w
rUiHtE KINSMEN;orthe Black Riderso1 Con-
T gare'. A Tale, by the author of"The Partisan,"
"Meltctliampe," "Guy Rivers," "The Yemassee,"
&c. &c. in2 vols.
SKETCHES of Conspicuous living Characters of
France; translated by R. M. Walsh, with a portrait of
M. Thiiers. Just received and for sale by
KNIGHT 1 "COLBURN,
fe 13 174 Baltimore street.
--|EKH' 111 i;'i-i1S\- o. subscriber is now prepared to manufacture at
his Blank Book anil Stationery Establishment, every
description of BOOKS used in the Counting Houses,
Public Offices, &c. The workmanship and materials
of tl e very best.
He also keeps for sale, the very bestSTATIONE-
RY, including almost every article used in Counting
House%, Public Offices, &c. His prices low, for cash
or short accounts,as his present means will not allow
him to give credit. JOS. ROBINSON, Printer,
(e 13 Circulating Library, 110 Baltimore st.
r t'UlE SATURDAY MORNING VIs1TEri
3. is acheap and attractive LITERARY & FA-
MILY NEWSPAPERof the large class. It contains
more original matter, written expressly for it, than
any wee.dy paper in America. More than Foury
WRITERS, embracing some of the brightest names iu
the country, beside European correspondents, fill its
columns.
.c.i-TLR M ut OF SUBSCRIPTIONS,-Il8
(PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.)
Single copies, per annum. 82 00
Thtee do for .5 00
Six do ftr $10 o0
Ten do fbr $15 O00
Fifteen do tar $20 00
trtA'Mdress, JoNES, SHERWOOD & Co., No.25 N
(, i' 'ur. .', Baltimore, Maryland. eol2t? .ia 27
EB't5 IC AL fE-
.,it, 6 per cent STOCK
City 5 and 6 per do
Farmers Batik of Maryland STOCK
Union Bank do
Western Bank do


Baltimoreamin Ohio and Ohio 6 per cent Bonds
Eutaw Shot Tower do
WANTED,
A well secured annuity of 120 dollars.
TOWNSEND SCOTT,
fe 12 4t No. 23 Exchange Buildingo.
CHINA GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.
E M. KERR & CO. have just received at
* their extensive warehouse CHINA HALL,
128 BALTIMORE ST. a complete assortment of all
kinds ot French and English CHINA, Cut and plain
Glass and QUEENSWARE, ofentire new patterns
and shapes-which they will dispose o1 at reduced
prices on r..ii.', i i,, ierms.
Mlerehair ra I t..iil i-u can at all times depend
upon furnishing Ihemselves with every article in the
above line at this extensive establishment, and all
goods packed are warranted to go safe.
E. M.KERR &CO. China Hall,
198 Baltimore st.
Sign of Octagon Pitcher.
N. B. Philad. Bank Notes received in payment for
good at par. to 12 P
CAST IRON FOLLOW WARE, &c,-A
complete assortment of Hollow Ware, adapted
to the Southern and Western markets,
Anthracite Iron a.,.:t tr. rtra light
Danville patent l.- K.l i'] LES
Waffle IRONS, and Ammrican manufactured
Hardware, of superior finish
Pennsylvania Pig IRON,grey and high
do Bloom
3 pair French Burr MILLSTONES, for sale by
HUGH BOYLE,
fe 9 eo8t No. 57 Smith's wharf.
A FAMIILY of the highest respectability residing
-- in onie of the most pleasant locations of the city
wisWm:g to increase their income, and having rooms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Genlleman and Lady, of their own standing. Ad-
ress F. C D. thruuabh the Post Office. hi 3-eolf
ddi- O t 16 ,"' G tG'%. '.' cmi,. .....
6 0 0 I 1.r.,. ,,..1 e,'in .i '... ,V t Li ."' ,-
chis, suitable for covering Rio I tI. -.- I,.i received
antd for sale by J. G. CHAPPELL,
fei __6 eo4t 83 Smith's whf'
G ;it)L; L.) 1i'L % .l':.!i. - :i cl, ii' -' a re
now manufacturing and intend keemina this ar-
ticle lor sale. BANLIES & '\ 'N,
1 mo. 23 eoIw Pattersoni st. $ower end.
C O-PARTNERSHIIP.-The sutiicribers have
this day tlorneil a Co-Partnership under the firm
of'f. DONOP & CO.. forth purpose of carrying sn
thie MERCHANT TAILOR BUSINESS, in all its
branches. F. DONOP.
G. STROHMEYER.

F DONOP & CO. offer for sale on accommodat-
S ih. r.]., -, eSieh variety of fashionable Gentle-
men's II .h 1 't. .*k, 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 d6l* Beltshoover's Hotel.


CITY OF BALTIMORE.
RESOLUTIONS.
No. 7.
Resolved ly the Mayor and City Council of Baltimaore, That
William Jenkins be and he is hiereby autlihoiseId to remove the
fraine building at present standing on hlis lot binding on Apple
al ey to another part of the same lot, anything in Ordinance
No. 21, approved May 22d. 1 38, to ,.... ,iii 1 i.. i i. ,.I.
ing-provided, he first obtain the rni- ..*:I .. t-i .l i .
perty holders binding on said lot, and file Ihe same with the
City Commissioners. HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First Branch.
ROB. IHOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.
Approved Feb. 4th, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.

No. 8.
h.:.. in.. 5 ,, F Second Branches of the City Coun-
cil I i .i,., i t Mayor be and he is h ereby request-
ed to send to our representatives in the General Assembly of
M aryland a copy of the !. l- "i .. !Ir' r. i, r.1 .- i. -i t
to all act relative to the, ,u .. ii n. r. i t i i. r -*J
at Decembersession, "I- i '. h-1 i f ..,. .r t
copy ofthis resolution signed by the respective P'residents of
the two branches be forwarded at tihe same time.
HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First Branch.
BOB. TOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.
Supplement to an act entitled an act relating to the city of
Baltimore, passed at December session, 1817.
Be it enacted by the General dssncmblyof Maryland, That the
annual session of the City Coauncil of allinors shall hereaf-
ter contmmence on the third Monday of Jamnuary in each and
every year-any thing in any act of Assembly to the contrary
notwithstanding.
No. 10.
Resolved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That
Henry ntavlor be and ie is herety authorized to place an ad-
ditional story to the back part of a frame house standing on
his lot situated oni Bueren street, near to M monument street-
provided he first obtains the written consent of the property
holders binding on said lot, and file the same with the City
Comrminiissioners; anything in Ordinance No. 21, approved May
22d, 1838, to the contrary in..i n iI,. .i ,'..i... S Y
Imm.Ni V SNYDER,
President of the First ranch.
ROB. HtOWARD,
President of the Second Bilranch.
Approved February 9ih, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.

FOR NORFOLK.
4B t ~ The Steamboat POCA-
j^ -- ~HONTAS, Capt. Holmes,
-,. i miti leave the lower end of
5 ,- bm 1r,-.r's wharf, Baltimore,
r-.n MNi %[%%l\V MiiNlNi., at 10 o'clock, tor Nor-
folk and Roanoke Rail Road. Passengers for Char-
leston, will be loiwarded on the Rail Road on Tues-
day morning, and will arrive at Weldon in ample time
to take the cars for Wilmington, and will arrive in
Charleston Thursday morning early.
Passengers for Richmond or Petersburg sleepon
board and arrive at their place of destination next day
at 3 or 4 o'clock P. M. d2t fa 13
~ FOR K IGSTONPJAMAICA-The
,,1.v, iit. coppered 1 copper fastened schr.
l' ' .Ii1- LLL, willhave immediate despatch
for the above port. For eight or passage apply to
E. P. COHEN,
fe 13 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
i(- Flot NEW ORLEANS-ANew Line-
& ftm:..ew copper fastened schr. EWARKEE,
.l..ii l M ,,mi, master; is now loading at Fenby's wht.
and will have immediate despatch. For freight,
which will be taken at the lowest rate, opply to
WM. MOORE,
fe 13 Corner Smith's wharf &. Pratt st.
,n. l-'Ot N EW ORLEANS-Regular Line
a lm-iin-- amnd New Orleans Packets-The
., 111 iLl i.l 'N SALTUS, Capt. Gray; is now
ready to receive cargo, and will be despatched soon,
with what freight may offer.
fe 13 CLARK & KELLOGG.
FOR MOBILE-REGULAR LiNE- tie
B coppered schr. JAMES FISHER, W. Smith,
master. For freight or IM... applyy to
fe 13 THOM AS Hit'I i'LEJ. 5 Spear's wharf.
P~ 0 14 r.Na Vi lt k & PORT LEON,
F L i lI DA-Regular Line-The coppered and
c..PI. .tm i ',.. schr. JOSEPH HANKEY, Padden,
master; is now loading, and having about one-half of
her cargo engag.id, will have despatch. For freight
or passage apply to JOS. HANKEY,
fe 13 Corner Spear's wharf '& Pratt tt.
*F FORi. ST MARKS & PORT LEON
3S -l-: ,. l., I.i .:-Thecopperedschr.PANTA-
[2 .', l .i,.l. \i l..it.r. For freight or passage ap-
ply to / THOSE. HOOPER.
fe 13 5 Spear's wharf.
;,. FOR CHARLESTON-The line biig
6 il '..N L. SUMTER, Capt. Hobbs; having the
greater part of her cargo engaged, will be despatch-
ed in a few days. For balance oa freight or passage
apply to
THOS3. WHIITRIDGE, 12 1 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's whiaif,
fe 13 P
--*, 1FOR CHARLESTON, S. C-l'hetine
kttl,' .h ti. copper fastened schr. EWA RKEE,
MN ....a, i- ...A lI.adiug, and will have quick despatch.
For tfre;ghs or passage, which will be takten at very
low rates, apply to JOS. HANKEY,
te t3 Corner Pratt st. 8 Spear's wharf.
J. FOR SAV.t A N A II-t-The line brig EL-
EL r N',il A Capt. Jonries; having the greater part
.1 1,. r ,.. .aged, will be despatched in a hew
.1.. -. F..r t.,l.iice offieight or pas ',-. *m.l, ho
JNO.K. H %'\i.k.l..
fe 13 P 104 Smith's wharf.
.-f "t) l ,. SALEMI-The brig GENERAL
IN &, 0 I.I, Wier, master; is now loading, and
.... .. ..1 : -.,;, of 2 to 300 bbls, r. ., tii l of
which apply to J. W. ("i, h';'a,
fe 13 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
--': 0t.1 IISTON--...- .. .' 'inercial
"*' .I ..... I'h. I .. .. l ..= I: it 1 R C.
,,,*n~ i....- ha 1 ,- 1.t ,'. t j b ,. .:..I w ill
have despatch. For Ireight or passage apply to ttie
Captain on board, or to
THOS. R. MATTHEWS,
fe 13 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
lipi. NL. %,I W lIl ti .- i ir,,ir
im l ,. | I. .- ,. Illl. ,,: '.0- A 1. 1
.Vl' i I,-' \, Wilden, master; can take some light
packages, and sail as above. For freOtht rf which
apply to J. W I ;'a% %N,
le 13 P 59 Smith's wharf.
FOR NEW YORKi-IPespatch Line-
I i.s regular packet schr. VICTORY, Pen-
i.lt, i.t.i r; will have quick despatch. For'freight
or passage apply to THOMAS WHITRIDGE,
fe 13 dt 12 andl 13 Bowly'swhart.
F 0OR aNEW ORK--Coolcy's regular
A Line-The schr. BARRY, Capt. Howes; is
now ready for cargo and will meet with despatch,
having half of her cargo engaged. For freight apply
to W, RHOADS,
01 Smilh's wbf.
N. B. The schr. CHIEF, which clears to-day, can
take some light freight. te 13
a fi SR IoHILADELP1IlA--egular Line
S Via fhe Canal-The line sloop COQUETTE,
Layman, master; is now loading. For Ireight apply
J. HANKEY,
fe 13 Corner Pratt st. & Supeair's twharf
gs.'. tilt .X X...X .Ll gl..I A 4.t.U r. l -
Ia& i" ^i\ N, -'. t h. ,B ,,Ii .,i -- i ii n,, .,*.*.-'. er
tinK \ N' \', Porter, master; will have dispatch.-
For freight apply on board Frederick st. whart, or to
W. ROADS,
ie 13 d3t 61 Smith's wharf.
FO GEORGETOWN & ALEX-
'a \N I)RIA--The fast sailing schr. WM. H.
L' \ 'a r, -N, Samuel Harrington, inaster; is now load-
ing for the above porns. For lhe;.',' .ipply to
\\t 'al. MOORE,
fr. 13 corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.

', 'I L IC --KL .,:, .J .' l clt i l\. --Ia e,. i)
tr,- a,. , without .i .litim i;--t']-t Vessel--The schr.
FARM ER, Capt. ii.. ..... I... ......,v loading at Spear's
wharf, (lower end,) having nearly all her cargo on
hoard, will have immediet." *!repilt-h For terms of
balance apply to I r,,l '.\a" HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper & Sons. fe 13
a FOR RIHCRMON D, OlRECT--Regu-
u l Ir Line--The schr. ADELINE, Peter Stior-
ter, master; is now loading and will sail as soon as
thie navigation will permit. For freight apply on
board Spoar's wharf, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
fe 13 Corner Pratt et. and Spear's whf.
tIQ-N. B. There is no such vessel as the OSCAR


loading far Richmond.
%Kh SOHF'OLKM AiNDt PE,''tRSeURG
P'a \K LF-Regular Line--The line schr.
I h ) li \ll., Griffitbh, master; is now loading and
will sail as soon as the navigation will permit. For
freight apply on board Spear's wharf, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
fe 13 Corner Pratt st. andt Spear's whf.
4.sa RICHMOND PACKETS-Aew L1,me
i --First Vessel--The line schooner JOHN
BARR, Flowers, master; is now loading at the heat
of Smith's wharl. For freight apply on board, or to
%% M MNt!milE,
fe 13 Corner Smith's -i, .,ri ar I [i s;t.
.a.- p~t.FR4 iUtti| Arta Nwli.kILK
S 9 K P M K l f '- \ .t / ,- [ ..- I Vl .. I I h [I .
..i.. 'l,-,,-r, l 1 IV l H i 'a t . Ml ,: ,- -It. in,.i..i;
is i. A l.-..i l,ig l tl 'l, ..t rAl '' .i i .I ir. G il
apply on board, or to WM. MOORE,
te 13 corner Smith's wharf andm Pratt st.
-., %_ OKi) .R-%.LI.: TO 'IlAl,1.h A ('O.-
%__ 1.1. N--The las i 'h,.i copper fastened and
r..,i ..,. brig ARGO. "-,ili mi Matthews County,
A .it ,, .. burthen 197 45-95 tons or 1650 barrels, about
5 years old, re-coppered in November. 1838. Apply
to THOMAS WILSON &CO.
fe 13 d4t 48 Soulh Gay st.
L-U 1C1- R 1. 11- Ih ili FIOl O 11 i1. L L'-
SNtfle fine new fast sailing copper fastenedschr.
'l..'lI CALL, M. 1. Edmondson, master; carries
abott 1100 barrels, in complete order .1i ..'i v ..( .i.
Apply to JOS. 11 ,l. t.\,
Ie 13 corner Pratt st. & Spear's wharf.
THE MOST SUPERIOR MUTTON EVER
OFFERED AT MARKET.
The subscribers purchased



nounce to be without question, the finest ever oilUered
in the Baltimore or any other market in America.
They will be exhibited alive in Exchange Square at
one o'clock, anl in Monument Square at two o'clock,
on Tuesday. They will be .I m.1.'- '.1 .:ii, Tltursday,
and may be seen at J, M. 'l',mrr.'. t l jru.ti-, House,
Hampstead Hill, on Friday. They will be for sale, at
the Centre Market, on Saturday, when the public
will have offered to them a lot oa Mutton, which wil
be at once pronounced suprirm .-. -i ever otfered
before. ST:i'l I\m, THOMAS,
Is8 C*P*S*R* d6t J.M.TURNER.
BUTLER & WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
R EFER TO Eiskmne& ELichelberger, Balt-
J. Taylor & Son, imore.
Riggs &4 Co. Phila-
Morgan, Crutcher & Co. delphia.
fe 9 0a2m
4LOCKS-C LOCKS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have opened a store
No. 34 South Charles street, which they keep
constantly supplied from their extensive ,,. .ii "'.i
in the city of New York, with Brass and W''.d' Ei..lil
day, one day, and Alarm Clocks of every variety for
the city and country trade, at wholesale and retail,
at their lowest factory prices. Their Clocks are all
warranted and are decidedly superior in style and fin-
ish to any others ever produced
ja 29 SMITH & BROTHERS.


BALTIMORE MUSEUM,
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS.
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
BENEFIT OF MRS. C. HILL,
AND LAST NIGHT OF HER APPEARANCE.
SOIKE MUSICAL, DANCANT ET CO-
k MIQUE; in which will appear, tor positively
the last time,-Mrs. RICHARDSON, Mr. WAL-
TON and Mrs. CHARLES HILL.-Mr. PERCI-
VAL will preside at the Piano Forte.
THIS EVENING, February 13th, 1841.
The Evening's Entertainments will commence with a
MELANGE.
After which Mrs. C. HILL will dance the PO-
LISH KRACOVIENNE, A LA CERITO.
To which will be added, a laughable operetta called
THE TWO GREGORIES.
After which Mrs. C. HILL will dance in character
THE HIGHLAND FLING.
Second part of the MNELANGE.
The whole to conclude with a comic and popular
sketch called
THE COCKNEl'S EXCURSION,
In which Mr. and Mrs. C. HILL will sing A CO-
MIC DUETT, and a MOCK PAS DE DEUX.
PHRENOLOGY.-Mr. TYLOR. :will give Ex-
minations with Charts, during the Evening at the
Museum,
FANCY GLASS BLOWING.-By Mr. SILLS,
during the Evening.
Oc-Mr. B. HODGES will take PROFILES, with
accuracy, every Evening, on moderate terms.
3--Saloon performance to commence at 71 o'clock,
precisely.
No postponement on account of the Weather.
i-y-./. ,,,iii.j.- -I. the Mwseum and Saloon FIFTY
CF r-,.- i i ,r, Half Price. fe 13
HOLLIIDAY ST, THEATRE.
BENEFIT OF MR. LENNOX,
AND LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON.
MONDAY EVENING, FEB'RY. 15, will be acted,
Kotzbuie's celebrated play of
THE STRAx GER.
The Stranger...................... Mr. LENNOX.
Baron.............................M r. W ard,
(first appearance since his late indisposition.)
Francis,.........................Mr. Percival.
Peter, (from N. Y. Theatres.......Mr. Williams.
Mrs. Haller......................Mrs. Richardson.
Song-My Highland Home, Capt. Atkinson,
Having kindly volunteered.
Song-Joy, Joy, Joy, Mr. Lennox;
To conclude with the admired Scotch Ballad of
THE WARLOCK OF THE GLEN;
Or, THE FRATRICIDE.
Andrew Muicklistow..............Mr. LENNOX.
Matthew of the Glen,..............Mr. Geo. Teal.
Clanim onald.......................Mr. Percival.
Countess......................Miss Shaw.
COME ONE-COME ALL !
fe 12 d3t
THHOS. WALI'ON begs respectfully to inform
the Iriends of the Holliday street Theatre, and
the public generally, that arrangements are making
to commence the SPRING SEASON, on the 25th of
of the present month, with an excellent Stock Com-
pany and complete Orchestra. Engagements have
already been affected with the following distinguished
Ac'ors-
MR. E. FORREST.
MISS VANDENHOFF.
MRS. FITZWILLIAM, &
MR. POWER. fe12
WONDERFUL EXHIBITION,
NOW EXHIBITING AT THE WHEAT FIELD
INN.
Entrance from Baltimore street.
LEWIS, THE VIRGINIA DWARF.
f1HIS wonderful specimen oh the human form was
S born at "SoldiersList" Frederick Co. Va., and is
now 21 years of age. His stature ranks him with Ihe
lowest of his species on record for tie stands 31 inches
only, with an ample chest, he also presents shoulders
with the proportions of strength, and as it to attone for
his pigmy height, nature has supplied all his limbs
with double joints. His countenance is manly and
pleasing, and tor his opportunities he evinces the pos-
session of a mind ot fair endowments. He has always
enjoyed good health, and his activity is fully equal to
the range ot movement that could well be allowed to
such a diminutive creature. To the Naturalist the
dwarfLewis presents himself as a remarkable subject
for Philosophic observation-to the curious he furnish-
es re tuy an object of singularly rare attraction,-
and all who have the fortune to see him must feel
the force of the observation-"What a wonderful
thing is man."
For further particulars, and professor Baker's cer-
tificate, see small bills of the day.
{1-Admittance 25 cenls. 4t fe 11
THE GREAT PRIZE;:SELLERS,
E MORY & CO-Have this week alone sold to
their city customers in prizes, the grand sum of
5,000 DOLLARS, continue purchasing the prizes in
TO-DAY'S Splendid Lottery, from the srme vendeis.
*5 9 h" DOLLARS.-40 PRIZES
3599 05 OF 15010 DOLLARS.-THIS
DAY, (Saturday,) February 13, will be drawn Va.
State Lottery, tor the benefit of the town of Wellsburg.
To draw at Alexandria, Va., class B, 75 Nos. 12 drawn
Ballots.
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $35,295 6o PRIZES OF $150
1 do 10,00 O 63 do 130
1 do 5,000 63 do 100
1 do 4,mO00 63 do 80
1 do 3,5010 63 do 60
1 do 3,035 126 do 50
1 do 3,0001 126 do 40
40 do 1,500 3717 do 20
50 do 200 23,436 do 10
27,814 Prizes,-amounting to $480,180.
Tickets $10,-Halves $5,-Quarters $2,50,-
Eighths $1,25.
No. 2 North Calvert street,
Nearly opposite Barnum's Hotel,
fe 1 It_____ EMORY & CO.
6kO AhftOO IN 40 PIIZ|KS-.f $1600.
ISPW bU xJ High ( ,|.,,,n-- '3o,296,
4.10000 0 ,5,000, &c. To be .iJrr, iii In AF-
i .l,\ N '. N, Feb'y. 13th.-Tickets $ 10,-shares in
proportIon.
For Prizes Apply at


fe 13


CJLARRIK.S,
MUSEUM BUILDING G,
BALTIMORE, Maryland.


$ a Q 2)05 40 PRIZES OF $1,600.
3..F W Virginia State Lottemy, class
B tor 1841.-To he drawn at Alexandria, Va., TO-
DAY, February 13th, 1841.-(D. S. Gregory 4' Co.,
Managers.)
GRAND SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $35,295 1 PRIZE OF $4,000
1 ,",u $10,000 1 $3,500
I $5,000 1 $3,035
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion.
D-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.
Managers, Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. le 13
TD- UNION LOTTERY.-M
CLASS NO. 1 FOR 1841.
T O be positively drawn at Alexandria, D. C., on
SATURDAY, 6th March. By authority of law,
for Internal Improvemements in Alexandria. D. C.;-
State Treasurer, Delaware College and Common
Schools in the State of Delaware; -Useful Manufac-
tures in the State ofSouth Carolina;-Green and Pu-
laski Monument, in the City of Savannah and State of
Georgia;-Public Institutions in the States of Louisia-
na and Kentuctiy; &c., &c.-D. S. Gregory & Co.,
Managers.
GRAND. SCHEME.
$912,912 IN PRIZES OF
$509000o $5.000
$15,000, $10,000, $9,000, $8.000, $7,000,
$5,172, 2 prizes of $4,000, 4 of 8$2,500, 20 of 8$2,000
20 of $1,000, 20 of $600, 40 of $500, 50 of $250, 100
of $200, &c.
Whole Tickets 815, Halves 8$7,50, Quarters $3,75,
Eighths $1.87'.-78 Numbers and 14 drawn.
Persons in all parts of the United Statw, wishing to
adventure in the above Splendid Scheme, are res-
pectfully invited to forward their orders to our Lucky
Office,-those wishingto save postage can have certi-
ficate of packages issued and sent as follows:-
26 Wholes for-.....................$212 50
26 Halves for..............__ .... 106 25
26 Quarters fbr...................... 53 121
26 Eiaht's for...................... 26 56
United States, and Frenklin Bank Notes of Balti-
more, will be received at par for tickets. Direct for
the Lucks Nos. at
No. 91 BALTIMORE STREET,
Authorised Agents for Baltimore, Md.
E. LUKENS & CO.
The Grand Capital of$40,000,was drawn to comb.
11 29 68, February 6th 1841.
fe 12 MonWed&Sat-eod 6thM
UNPRECEDENTED LUCK AT DOYLE'S
L 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 Monongalia Lottery, class
A drawn on Saturday, Feb. 6. The following are the
drawn Nos.
II 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 Capitals of
the splendid Lotteries lhat will be drawn this week:
On THURSDAY, Alexandria Lottery, capital prize
$10.000, and 70 prizes of $1,000. Tickets 85.
On FRIDAY. Consolidatetd Lotteries of Maryland,
Capital prize $10,000.-Tickets $4, shares ia pro-
portion.
On SATURDAY, the splendid Virginia Wellsburg
Lottery, will be drawn. Capital Prize $35,295, mak-
ing net $30,000.
BRILLIANT SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $36,295 1 PRIZE OF $3,500
1 do. 10,000 1 do. 3,035
1 do. 5,000) 1 do. 3,00
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 itf on per-
sonal application, fe 9
PRODUCE & COMMISSION BUSINESS.
1T1HE SUBSCRIBER has opened a Store at
I. "George & Hays' Old Stand, in North Howard
street No. 118, where he intends keeping on hand a
large assortment ofGROCERIES, 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 families, or in large lots,
and to receive goods on Storage, and sell on Commis-
sion. Ie 4 PETER ZEILL.
BOLTING CLOTHS ANMDILL STONEs
AFRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOLTING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers or
Millers on the most liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
MILL STONES of thie various sizes.
JAMES (CHESTON & SON,
je 22 d? Commerce street wharf.
.%I(JNoc<. ii-. L i OLD-- V iiVi7 %i HI'%K El.
30O BBLS. fire years old RYE WHISKEY,
3 shipped to a foreign port January llth, 1839.
The flavor is very line, having the benefit of a sea
voyage-for sale by JAMES WILSON,
fe 9 Howard at.
X THALERS-German and French Crowns
Royal and Patriot DOUBLOONS
Mexican and Spanish DOLLARS
PENNSYLVANIA Bank NOTES,
New York City and State and bought on best
EASTERN ) terms by
LUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
fe 4 lll Baltimore st.


-PUBLIC S0-iES.

By R. Lemmon 4 Co.

On TUESDAY the 16th inst. at 11 o'clock at the
auction stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of the
brig Frances Jane, consisting of-
BD HHDS PORTO RICO SUGAR,
196l--part represented to be of superior quali-
ty. te 13 R. LEMMON & CO.
My I1n. G. lUarrison.
O'DONNELL'SWItARF.
N MONDAY, the 22d inst., at 11 o'clock,at the
warehouse of J. C. Clarke, in Howard street,for
account of whom it may concern, to close sundry
consignments, tor CASH
550E BACON HAMS
S1050 SHOULDERS
te 12 WM. G. HARRISON.
O N TUESDAY N EXT,16th inst., at the ware-
houses, O'Donnell's wharf, at 11 o'clock, or im-
mediately alter Messrs. R. Lemmon & Co's, sale, fobr
account of whom it may concern-
1 HEDS. N. 0. SUG ,R.
t e 12 %%. G. HARRISON.
Samuiel IL over, sluctioneer
S. E. CORNER OF LOMBARD STREET, AND
MARSH MARKET SPACE.
T HIS MORNING, 13th inst., at 10 o'clock, I
will 44l at uWy Ware-room, by auction,-Carpet-
ing; Calicoes; Ready Made Clothing; Shoes; Cutlery;
Rugs; Tables; Chairs: Bedsteads; a lot of Hollow
Ware; I pair Branch Lamps; 1 Astral Lamp; I Easy
Chair; Second Hand Carpeting; 50 sacks of TABLE
SALT, &c. &c. Terms ot sale, cash in Bankable
money. S. H. GOVER, Auct.
In Addition-I will sell a lot of COMFORTS and
BLANKETS. fel3
By J1. iWhiteley, ,J
20 PRATT STREET, OPPOSITE RAIL ROAD DEPOT
$00J PACKAGES A POTCHECARIES
O WARE AT AUCTION.-ON TUES.
DAY, Feb'y. 23d, at the Warehouse No.43S. Charles
street, without reserve to close a concern, a large as-
sortment of VIALS; Patent Med. do; Qt. Pac BOT-
TLES; Pint do; FLASKS, &.c. comprising every ar-
ticle in the Line. A Positive Sale Terms liberal.
Catalogues will be furnished and the goods ready for
examination'the day previous to the sale.
fe 13 A. WHITELEY, Auct.
.By Richard I. Hall co.
N. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE-ST8
MAHOGANY VENEERS.-On MONDAY
S NEXT, the 15th inst. at 12 o'clock M. we will
sell at our auction Rooms, without reserve, 10,000
Pet MAHOGANY VENEERS, which are expected
to arrive on or before Saturday next,when they can be
examined-the attention of the trade is respectfully
invited. R.M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
fe 12 d3t
WAGON AND HORSES.-On
SATURDAY Morning next, the 13th
inst. at 10 o'clock, opposite the May-
poleI Tavern, we will sell a substantial
2 1 built Wagon, provided with a wood
bed; and also a pair of Horses which have been ac
customned to draw it; they are sound and strong and
will be sold together with the harness belonging to
them. The Wagon is calculated to be drawn by ei-
ther two or four horses. R. M. HALL & CO.
fe 11 d3t Auct.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
WAREHOUSE NORTH STREET,
Near Post Office.
OULD respectly inform the City and West-
Wern M rchants that during the suspension of
Canal Navigation, they will receive and forward
goods to Pittsburg and Wheeling. All goods entrust-
ed to :rr care will be forwarded with promptness,
and at tie lowest states of carriage.
fe56 JOHN WEST, Agent.
MERCHANTS AND TRADsRS of Balti-
1i more and the West who intend shipping via
Susquelianna 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
SBINGHAM'S Depot, 122 North Howard st.
or to JAMES WILSON, Agent,
fe 6 117 North Howard at.
i EW SPRING GUODS.
A LARGE AND DESIRABLE ASSORTMENT.
E B. ESTES, Wholesale Dealer in Dry Goods,
No 187 Baltimore at. is now receiving his Spring
Goiods, which he takes pleasure in saying is one of
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 PRINTS, of the new-
est style, some very superior, printed for the London
market
American PRINTS, of the newest styles
French and English LAWNS AND MUSLINS,
a large assortment oftthie newest styles, and some ol
the most beautiful in this country.
Plain Mous. de Laines;bl'k, blue bl'k and coloured
Newstyle 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 colour
Newistyle Fancy Handkfs and SCARFS
Fillet Gloves and MITTS
Fille Veils and 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 GOODS,too numerous to mention. Purchasers
are respectfully invited to call and see for themselves.
fe 6 d E. B ESTES.
NOTICE.
HE Partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned under the firm of JOSEPH TAY-
LOR & SON, is this day dissolved by the withdrawal
Joseph Taylor.
The GROCERY FORWARDING AND COM
MISSION BUSINESS will be continued by ED-
WARD TAYLOR, on his own account under the
style of Joseph Taylor & Son as heretofore. Settle-
ment of the old business can be made with either of
the undersigned. JOSEPH TAYLOR,
EDWARD TAYLOR.
Baltimore, Feb. It, 1841. (llw P
N OTICE--'rhe undersigned have obried aCo-
Partnership or the transaction of a DOMES-
TIC COM MISSION BUSINESS, under the firm of
LIVERMORE & CUSHING, at No. 3 Hanover at.
H. L. LIVERMORE,
*fel2 4t GEO. W. CUSHING.
IMBRIE & FARNUM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (up stairs)
HAVE just received a large and desirable as-
sortment ot BRITISH DRY GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich London Dark and Light fancy PRINTS
Muslin de Lames
Fine Fancy Mixed GAMBROONS
Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
6-4 Tape Check MUSLINS, assorted qualities
4-4 Bishop's LAWN, No. 6 to 14.
ALSO-20 cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON, white and assorted colors. fe 10
UItE CIDER VINEGAR.-The subscriber
has for sale a lot of CIDER VINEGAR, which
he considers equal if not superior to any in the city,
which he will sell in any quantity to suit customers.
Also, POUGHKEEPSIE & ALBANY ALES~and
Philad. PALE ALE. BROWN STOUT in bottles,


CIDER, in bottles andi wood, a good article. Cash
given for Champagne and Porter BOTTLES.
ja 30 Sat t'. T. WALSH.
TO THE LADIES.
SAD. CLARMON has the honor to inform the
Ladies of Baltimore and its vicinity that she
has on hand FRENCH CORSETS, colored and white
of Satin Jean, and of elegant and easy patterns, at the
low price of from $1 to $2.50. Also, Children's Bra-
ces, for both sexes, when at school, recommended by
the Faculty.
Residence corner ofSaratoga and Charles streets,
next to Feast's Nursery. lawBI? de 22
TUNING PIANOS.
J OlIN H.PEN1NGTON respectfully informs
the citizens of Baltimore and the adjacent Coun-
ties, that hie will be found at all times at STERN &
CO.'S Piano Forte Manufactory, corner of Gay and
Baltimore streets.
(W-Letlers from the country for new Pianos, or for
exchange of Pianos, (post paid) will be promptly at-
tended to.
ja 9 a lawly
F OR HIRE-A Servant MAN, who has been
some time in the capacity of Coachman, also ot
Waiter-he can be recommendedfor sobriety and ho-
nesty. Apply at this office, fe It 4t
DOUCHET & LGENNE;
85 BEAVER ST. NEW YORK,
AVE RECEIVED by late arrivals, a. good as-
sortmLent 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 MCUSELINE DE LAINE
Plain CHECKS, blue, black and colored
Printed CHALLYS
New style Worsted GOODS, for gentlemen's wear.
fe6 dim*
A. LEGRAND & DELMOTTE AINE.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH GOODS,
No. 78 BEAVER STREET,
ja30 dl2l?* ____NEw YORE.
DAVID HOFFMAN'S WORKS.
V IATOR, 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.
ja 27 d3m? P
YSPEPSIA FLOUR.-Just received a small
lot ot superior Dyspeysia Flour made from the
best white wheat clear of garlic, which will be sold in
lots to suit purchasers.
JAMES & WM. MARTIN,
fe 12 d4t No. 6 Pratt street wharf.
CON C ER'I'.
]R. KOSSOWOSKY, PIANIST, respectful-
l y announces to the Public that he will give a
Concert in this city on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
the 17th inst. The p-rticulars of which will be given
hereafter, fe 9 eo4t
AMILYk FLOUR.-100 bbls. of White Wheat
Family FLOUR, most of which is the Newcom-
er brand, for sale by
MILES & MACBRIDE,
2nd door East of Paca street,
fe 12 in Baltimore street.


PitiL jc ALiE.


By Henry Beadel X Co.
No. 11 GERMAIN STREET.
CLOTH SALE BY CATALOGUE-On0
SATURDAY MORNING, 20lh inst. at i past
9 o'clock, we will sell by catalogue-
4t ] PIECES FINE SUPER AND EX-
I 290H THA SUPER CLOTHS AND CAbSS-
M ERlLj. Catalogues will be prepared and the goods
arranged for examination the day before the sale.
fe 13 HENRY BEADEL & CO.
By lolfnmans X co.
No, 6 North Charles street.
O N TUESDAY AFTERNOON, 16th inst.,
Sat 3 o'clock, in lots Itrom the shelves, anr assort-
ment of SEASONABLE DRY GOODS.
At three o'clock-A small stock ot CUT GOODS.
fe 12 HOFFMANS &(CO.Aucts.
By Rob't. d. Taylor & Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN TS1 EE1T.
PACKAGE SALE.
O N THURSDAY MORNING, 18th inst., at
halt past 9 o'clock, by Catalogue-
5l9 PACKAGES FRESH SPRING
1J 0 DRY GOODS.
R. A. TAYLOR & CO.
Catalogues will be prepared and the goods arranged
for examination on the afternoon before the sale.
fe 11
By H. W. 5Moot.
60 1ALTIMORE.STREET. .
SALE OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE &
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS.-On MONDAY
Morning, Feb. 15, at my Store, at 10-The articles are
from a lamnily leaving, among which are-18 cane seat
Chairs, of a beautiful pattern; a circular figured Ta-
ble; Sofas; Settees; Card and Tea Tables; Carpets;
Feather beds; Mattres.ses; Fancy Articles; Watches;
Clocks; a complete Library of Books; Sluir.,. i, bed
room Furniture, &c. Also, 200 feet of Gais Pipe.
To Druggists-A quantity of rich Cut Glass, adap-'
ted for their use. A superior Working Horse.-On
Same day atj l,betore my store, known as Jim Crow,
Young Wagoner, 17 hands high, no fault, now at Mc-
Coy's Stable, corner of Howard and Franklin sts.
Send in your additions. H. W. BOOL.
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
3000 feet of Mahogany VENEERING
10 barrels Bull's SALAERATUS.
FOR RENT-A Long ROOM, of 60 feet in length,.
fe 12 H. W. BOOL.
By I "ever, Cannon 41 Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
MODERN OIL PAINTINGS-On SATUR-
S DAY MORNING, Feb. l13th inst. at 10o'cleck
precisely, we will sell by Catalogue, on the second
floor of our Warehouse, No. 28 South Charles street, a
choice collection of Modern OIL; PAINTINGS,
handsomely framed, consisting in part of original
Marine pieces, Landscape and Lake Views. Cata-
logues will be prepared, and the paintings can be ex-
amined on Friday previous to sale. Terms, casl:, in
bankable money. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
fe 10 SCP Aucts.
IHERIFF'S SAI.E-By virtue ofaa wilt offie-
ts ri facias, issued out ofthe Court of Chancely of
the State of Maryland lo. the SheriffofBaltinwoie
County directed, against the goods and chattels, lands
and tenements of Susannah Jones, Joseph Jones. ;, ,l
Elijah P. Jones, at the suit ot John Glenn and Thomas
P Scott, Trustees of John Jones, I have seized and
taken all the right, title, claim,interest and demand,
both at law and in equity,of said Susannah Jones, Jo-
seph Jones, and Elijah P. Jones, in and' to part of a
TRACT OF LAND, lying and being in Baltimore
County,'about 15 miles from Baltimore called "Jotnes'
First Purchase," containing 300 Acres of Land, more
or less,-being lots Nos. 1, 2,and 3,-as by division
under a commission from Baltimore County Court,and
adjoining the Farms of Tego Cooper and John Pari
ker, &c.,-also, to 4 Horses; 8 head of Cattle; 8 head
of Sheep; 1 Colt; 13 Hogs, Corn; Wheat; Rye; Hay;
Oats; Ploughs; Harrows; and Farming Utensils of ev-
ery description, Broad Wheel Wagon; Narrow Wheel
Wagon, &c. &c. And I hereby give notice, that oa
SATURDAY, the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
on the premises, I will offer said property sale to the
highest bidder for cash.
Ie5 R WILLIAM D. BALL, Sheriff.
SUST RECEIVED.-I case of very superior
Corded GAMBROONS, for sale by
THOSE. McCONNELL,
fe 12 163 Baltimore st.
BRASS WIRE.-An assortment of this article,
comprising every size, received per Powhattan,
and for sale by THOMAS & CO.
fe 11 dlw 196 Ballimomie st.
SPECIE FOR RAIL ROAD AOsES.-
S Tmhe subscribers are authorised to exchange Spe-
cie for Rail Road Notes, at a moderate premium on
early application. FOWLER & TYSON,
fe 12 Soutli street.
PECIE-500 DOLLARS, in halves and Ameii-
can Dollars and Treasury Notes, for sale by
fe 12 LOWRY & GILL, 75 Bowly's vhf.
SPECIE-$400 in SOVEREiGNS, tor sale by
S J. W. OSBORN,
,fe 11 P P82 Bowly's wtf.
7Or11| O [ TREASURY N O'Ti'ES, beariig
P x000lr five per cent. interest, for sale by
PAIRO 8& BRO'
fe 9 d6t 168 Baltimore street,
OUBLOONS-A few Royal DOUBLOONS;
fbor sale by WM. MASON & CO.
fe 9 No. 6 Spear's wharf.
N EW YORK and FUNDS, for sale by
PHILADELPHIA S PAlU,0 & BRO.
fe 9 d6t 168 Baltimore street
NEW XORK FUN 1J, uorsale by
BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
te 9 Commerce at.
SEW YORK FUNDS-$2229 60 at sight, tor
sale by F. W. BRUNE & r07N.
fe 10 P
TEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIIA
1 FUNDS, in sums to suit purchasers, tor sale by
fell d4t P ALEX. BROWN & SONS
EW YORK FUNDS AT SIGHIT-8$600
t for sale by BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
fe 12 Commercest.
NEW YORK AND BOSTON FUNDS-
Sight Bank Checks on the above cities-For
sale by WHITE & WILLIAMS,
fe It 4t lower end Smith's Dock.
CHANGE ON BOSTON-bight P'.t .'i
Portland, payable in Boston, for $925, io ,';
by ELIAS SHAW & CO.
fie 11 No. 3 South Howard st.
CHANGE ON NEW YORK-In bums to
suit purchasers, for sale by'
J.F. STROHM & CO.
fe 12 2t P No. 45 South Gay St.
EXCHANGE ON BOSTON, wanted by
THOSE. PENNIMAN & CO.
ti 13 77 Bowly's whf.
XCHAeGE ON NEW YORK t"r sale.-
Apply to W. WOODVILLE,
he 10 4t Soutti Gay st.
AIL ROAD NOTES, bought at the lowest
discount by H. WIGMAN,
he 4 ____ opposite Post Office.
JH ILADE LPII-IA Fl-- NDs WAIV hELTP-"
Checks and Bank Notes on Philadelphia wanted
fe44 by JOHNSTON 1 LEE.
V IRGINIA, PHILADELPHIA and ALABA-
MA FUNDS, Wanted by
CARTER, MORTON & CO.
fe 12 135 Baltimore street.
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*5 e 8
$3O0 REWARD-Deserted from the U. S.
service recruit JOHN CULLERSON,
27 years of age, 6 feet high, grey eyes, brown hair and
light complexion--He is a native oh Baltimore and
by occupation a farmer.-Any person apprehendumg
said soldier and delivering him to the C, onm,. '11 g
Officer of any Military Post in the United -',roei .ll
receive the above reward.


GARRET T. BARRY,
2d Lt. 1st Inlantry,
fe 12 d4t Commanding Post.
lIX CENTS REWARD.-Ranaway from the
b Subscriber on WEDNESDAY the 3d instant,
Charles Gould, about sixteen years of age, an indented
apprentice to the maritime business. I forward all
persons from harbouring or employing said boy at the
peril of the law. ROBERT HUTSON.
fe 12 4t*
ILK PLUSH.-A rich assortment of SILK
IPLUSH imported direct from the well known
manutactory of Messrs. Honinghaus & de Greitfl is
regularly received and offered for sale at the lowest
prices by their agent. E. KAUPE,
ja25 eod2mo P No. 57 Beaver st., N. Y.
'REMOVAL.
J F. CASSELL & COMEGYSj DEN.
0 TISTS,respectfully inform their friends and the
public that they have REMOVED their offices from
the corner of Liberty and German streets, to Ihe South
West Corner of Baltimore and Liberty streets.
ja 8 eol7t
SITUATION WANTED 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 bea de-
sirous of making himself useful; his connections in
the States of Maiyland and Virginia are large and in-
fluential. Apply at this office. eod8t* fe 9
GRACE BROWN'S WET GOODS-JUST
rRECEIVED
2000 yards Manchester CHINTZ PRINTS
2000 do 5-4 super super Jaconet CAMBRICS
The above items have only been slightly wet in salt'
water. Together with a large assortment of Domes-
tic and Foreign DRY GOODS, all of which will be
sold without regard to original cost in order to change
business, by JOHN R. WRIGHT,
fe I eo6t White Front, No. 2 Centre Market.
AND OFFICE.-For sale at a reduced rate, a
L Treasury Certificate for $800 in Specie, entitling
the holder to enter a Section ((40 acres) of Public
Land, at any of the land offices ot the United States.
Apply to WM. HABERSHAM,
fe 11 2aw2w* 52 South Frederick st.
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES will be receiv-
ed at par unto the first of May next, for Ground
PLASTER, either in barrels, bags or bulk at Steam
Plaster MiU, No.7 Dugan's whaifby
fe 11 eo4t ALEX. HAMILL & CO.
-DAVID HOfFMAN'S WUaK,.
NEW WORK entitled VIATOR, OR A
PEEP INTO MY NOTE BOOK" is just pub-
lished by Plaskilt & Ciugle,of this City-and by Lit-
tle & Brown of Boston-Also, a second edition of the
author's "Thoughts by A Grumbler." The new edi-
tion in two volumes, of the C.ur., of Legal Study,"
as also of the "Legal Outlines," are now to be tiad of
those Booksellers,and may be found in the chief cities
of the Union. All of these works were suspended for
a time owing to the difficulties in the trade-and the
price of the legal works has been greatly reduced, to
suit the times. A few copies'of the Introductory'icc-
tures, and Syllabus, may also now be had.
ja 27 PRCS PLASKITT & CUGLE,









VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
TRUSTEE'S SALE.- in pursuance of a decree
ol Ihe Hith Court ol Chancery of Maryland, the sub-
scriber will offerat public aleon TESDAthe
16th day ol Febroary nexr, at tw6 o'clock in The f
ternoon, at the Court House door i Elkton, all that
very valuable property lying on Little Elk River, i
Cecil co., Md. known as "The Rockille Paper
Mills," with the tract of land on which the same are
situated, containing about eighty-tree acres and
twelve perches of land. Thispropertyis itatedbut
six miles from navigable water, and isin the midst of
a well populated and abundant country. Tre im-
3A provements consist of a large STONE PA-
ItI PER MILL, 80 by 40 feet, three stories high,
=lllUand having all the requisite machinery or
making the various kinds of paper;-a grist mill, run-
ning two pair of burs; a Saw Mill, a Bark Mill, and a
large Stone Barn, with Stabling, Shedding, &c. Be-
sides these there is also a Manager's House, and five
Cottages, sufficiently spacious for the accommodation
of the hands employed in the several establihmens.
The water power is valuable, and is, in general, ad-
quate to all the purposes of the Mills. The land is
considered first rate farming land, being easily sus-
ceptible of profitable and permanent improvement,
and is peculiarly adapted to the use of lime, plaster,
&c. It is well enclosed and is divided into convene
ent fields, and is well watered with abundant springs
of best water; about one half of it s n wood, and the
rest in arable and meadow lan The title is indispu-
table, and a plat of the land may be seen upon appli-
cation to the Trustee. The terms of sale as presrib-
ed by the decree, are that one fourth of the purchase
money shall be paid in cash on the ratification of the
sale by the Chancery Court, one fourth in six months'
one fourth in twelve months, and one fourth in eigh-
teen months, with interest from the day of sale, the
credit payments to be secured by endorsed notes ap-
proved by the trustee, and upon the payment of the
whole purchase money a ile will e made.
GEO. W. DOBBIN, Trustee.
f4,-The Courier and Enquirer, New York; U. S.
Gazette, Philadelphia; and Westchester Record, will
insert the above four times, charge this office, and send
bill immediately. is 19 C
MILL FOR SALE.
R OCKDALE MERCHANT MILL & FAC-
STORY HOUSE FOR SALE.-Tis property
situated on Jones' falls about 2 miles from the centre
of the city of Baltimore, ana near the city limits
A consists of a substantial STONE MILL, wi
three run of French burrMill Stones, and all
I* the necessary machinery for manufacturing
super and family our.
*There is also adjoining the ill a large and substan-
tial Factory House, built of stone.
The seat embraces about 60 acres of land, upon
which there are also three small dwelling houses, sta-
bling, barn, &c.
To arny person wishing to embark in the milling bu-
siness, there are few establishments, presenting great-
er inducements. The water power may, with a small
expense be applied to manufacturing purposes other
than that ofour.
The Mill, Factory House and Miller's House, will
be sold with or without the other premises, and the
whole establishment may e had for much less than
the cost oftnfe improvements-terms of payment will
beeasy. Apply to LUTHEJ. COX,
ja 19 eol4t P Paca street, Bait.
TO LET.
T HE SUBSCRIBER will let from year to
year, or for a short ter of years, that BEAU
TIFUL GARDEN situate in Aisquith street, oppo-
site the Carmelite Nunnery, recently occupied by Mr.
Henry Moore. The garden is filled with thecICS
FRUITS, such as PEARS, PEACHES, RASPBER-
RIES, &c. &c., besides a rare and desirable assert
ment of SHRUBBERY and FLOWERS. Thereis
Comfortable DWELLING HOUSE upon the
I premises, situated near the centre of the gar-
ii den. To horticulturists and others fod of
flowers this garden offers advantages seldom to be met
with. For terms apply to
ST. GEO. W. TACKLE,
oc 8 P d Office No. St. Paul t.
GAZETTE OFFE FOR RET
Iaff ORLEASE-The premises on the corner o
.St. Paul's street, and Bank Lane, long knon
as the "Gazette Office" will be rented or leased o
a term ofyears-the situation is an exceedingly eligi-
ble one, either for a printing office or any other bu-
siness for which the building may suit being very
near Baltimore street. Possession may e had imme-
diately. For terms, apply to C. Z. Lucas, on the
premises, or of F. LUCAS, Jr
fe 3 No. 138 Baltimore t
C1OUNTRY PLACES-Threecotainingrom
X 9 to 40 acres each for rent for a erm o years, or
for sale at a reasonable prices. One of the above is
situated within and two without te 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
would make desirable Countr residences.
Stocks and other security or property would be ta-
ken in payment. Ensure
/ ELDER.GELSTON & CO.
fe 9 opposite Western Bank, Eutaw t. No. 10.
4 FOR RENT-The two upper floors of
Store house on the north side of Baltimore,
near Sharp street, over the storeof Magrder
and Dalrymple. Possession to be given immediately,
apply to MAGRUDER &DALRYMPLE,
or to SAM'L. J. K. HANDY,
oc 16 dtf Law Buildings
A. FOR RENT-A Small FARM, calca-
WI ted for farming or gardening, adjoining the
Maijf Westard City line, and lying between the Fre-
derick and the Washington Turnpike roads,-near to
this farm, and perhaps extending into it, is a bed of
Marl, from which a large quantity has been already
dug adjacent to the farm. Apply to
ae II d4t3aw PS RICHARD CATON.
FOR RENT -rie Store and Cellar
IH and other apartments of No. 173 Baltimore
JIUUstreet. Possession given on the 4th March.
Apply to THOS. IRWIN, Jr.
Hanover street, orto
ja 16 2wSt Doct.G.S. GIBSON, N. Charles t,
-. FOR lF-:N 1'- I -e Ie to 1d
lf DWELLING on I'ilt slr, 1,1 be-
Mllh low Exeter, now occupied by Mrs. Ge. W.
SPeterkin. Early possession can be given if required.
.- Apply to HENRY H. WILLAMS
de 28 d 4 Commerces.
&.A FOR SALE-2 smallwo Story BRICK
Ilfff HOUSES, I situated in George street, west
JUBside, near Biddle street, the other in Lexing-
ton street, south side. ear Cove street. For terms
apply to THORNTON & EARECKSON,
ja 21 No. 10 Light whrf.
SFOR RENT.-The large and convenient
YELLOW HOUSE in Howars Park wil
.1t rented to a good tenant for one or more year,
and the necessary repairs taken out of the rent,
which will below. Applyto
G. B WILSON & CO., Charles street,
ja 19 dl6t? P o
.^A FOR RENT-The3
IIYI'HOUSE, No. 4 McE w
j!uU~side, to a good tenant,
erate. Apply to
fe 11 4t
J FOR SALE.-Three
m ated on Hollins sI. wes
,iPaU THORNTON &
ja 19 N
jk FOR RENT-The 3
i-fiLING on Charles street
,lBLsant st.
de 19 P W H WL S
V'OR RENT.-Two
1111W (Parlour and Chamber,)
iWUlspectable Boarding ho
quire at this office.
L FOR RENT-A two
lEU in South Exeter st. We
JUICake Pump so canied
at theHouse., ja14
TO FARMERS, GAHL
LIME-LI
I HAVE on hand and int
supply of first quality
Shell LIME, for Building
equal at least to any ever
which will be sold at the
ca
The Allum Lime-stone is
ot Thomas CogkeyEsq., an
quantity and the shortest
Orders addressed to the s
corner of Gay and Front s


Coal Yard, South corner of a
and at Hugh Dowling & So's, Franlin Lime Kils,
cornerofMadison street, Baltimore, will be promptly
attended to. THOS. WILDEY,
oc 15 eo Agent for the Proprietors.
STEEL.
WILSON, HAWKSWORTH & MOSS,
Manufacturers of SteelShefield, England.
CAST STEEL ofall sizes
Best Double refined Shear STEEL
GERMANSIEL
Coach Spring do
Genuine (L) Blister STEEL
English Blister STEE.
The subscriber, agent for the above manufacturers
has on hand an assortment of Steel of their mke
which he offers for sale on the most accommodating
terms, and is prepared to execute orders toany extent.
The celebrated shoe and Butcher knives of J. Wilon
are manufactured by the senior partner from Wilson,
Hawksworth & Moss's warranted Steel which is so
used by other well known Manufacturers in Englan;
but steel being an article which depends on its intin
sic merits, he only solicts a full and fair trial d
will warrant every Bar to be as represented.
SAM'L. POULTNEY,
oc 19ard st. near Lihi
STONE WARE.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have on hand and in-
tend keeping a large and general assortment of
very superior STONE WARE, which they offer for
sale at reduced prices. Country Merchants and others
would do well to call as they no doubt would e pleas
ed with both the goods and terms.
They have also on hn a few of BROTHER
TON'S PERCOLATING FLTERERS, the best
article ever invented for the priicatio water, as
it cleanses it from all extraneous matterand by its op-
eration renders the most turbid as clear and pelucid as
spring water.
89-Ordera are delivered in all parts of he city, fr
of expense. BROTHERTON & MORTON,
jy 24 dtf Pitt street adjoining Harford Run.
CHE ADVERTISER would respectlullyin
form the public that he has at present an exten
sivestock ofFALL CUTLERY, RAZORS, PEN-
KNIVES, including Genuine Rodgers & Sons, Scis
sors, of every description tt he has at present
an excellent assortment of CUTLRYof all kinds,
warranted of the best materials and workmanship.
N. B. Having sold out his former supply o the
PATENT PEN MAKING MACHINE he has
just obtained a fresh supply ofthat admirably useful
invention. BEN'J. DAFFIN,
ja 20 No. I Hollda t.
PATENT LIFE ESCAPE L DER.
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 case of fire. -It is made ofstrong giving,
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 ooks which
can be fastened to the wall or window sill. When it
is thus let down, it becomes a perfect ldder, on which
any one can dAscend with ease. Itismadetofolup
in a very small compass+ i nox or chest in which
it is placed is fashioned after the form oan ottoman,
and is a handsome ounamentoroom. jy


PUBLIC SALES.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
B Y VIRTUE of a writ of Fieri Facis on con-
demnation, issued out ofBltimore County Court
against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements
of George Bruce, at suit of James Mezies, to me di
reacted, 1 will offer for sale on MONDAY the 15th in-
stant, at 10 o'clock. A. M. at the Court House r
cash-SEVEN BOXES OF SHOES.
fe 5 RWM.. BALL, Sh'ff.
R iSTEE'S SALE.--By virtue of a Decree
1 of Baltimore County Courtitting as a Court of
Equity, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer for sale,
at Public Auction, on MONDAY, the 15th day of
February next, at oNx o'clock, at the Exc e
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF ND,
situate and lying in Baltimore county, being part of
the land conveyed to John Hiery by Solomon Birk-
head, by deed bearing date June 3d, 1802, and describ-
ed at follows: that is to say, Beginning for the same
on the south east side of the Falls Turnpike road, and
south fifty-eight degrees west about one perch distant
from a small white oak tree heretofore marked with
six notches, and running and binding on said ro
north thirty and a hall degrees west two hundred and
three feet, to a stone, thence north fily-eight degrees
east to the outline of said Heiry's land, thence bound-
ing on said line south westerly two hundred and three
feet, until it intersects a line drawn from the begin-
ning north fifty-eight degrees east, and thence by a
straight line to the place of beginning.
The terms of sale as prescribed by the Decree are,
that one-fourth of the purchase money shall be paid
on the day of sale, ant the residue i three equal in-
stalments at three, six, and nine n s. The credit
payments to bear interest from the day of sale, and to
be secured by thbe bonds or notes of purchaser
with surety or sureties, to be approved by the trustee.
HENRY F. FRIESE, Trustee,
No. 19 Fayette street.
ja2l 211t H. W. BOOL, Auct.
REAL ESTATE AGENC,
No. 27 SECOND STREET,
VALUABLE TAVERN STAND FOR
V SALE-One Three Story BRICK HOUSE fron-
ting on Hanover st. opposite the Hanover Market,25
feet, running back 160 feet in fea large Three Story
Brick Back Building, in complete order with
every convenience for a public house only
l1 three years built,and out of the best materials
and built in the best manner, cellar under the whole
house back and front; the above property will e sold
at public auction on WEDNESDAY thFebruary,
at 4 o'clock, in the afternoon on the premise by H.
W. Boo.
SAlso one Two Story Brick HOUSE, front
in ing on south High st. near Pratt t., 14 feet
flU frost with a ground rent150 per foot, is
house is in complete order, and will be desirable sit-
uation for a small family, i contains 8 rooms, and is
very convenient.
Also we have on hand a very extensive list of CI-
TY PROPERTY which we will be glad to offer at
private sale.
Also, several very desirable FARMS, one on the
Falls Road, 11 miles fro Baltimore, and one con-
taining 105 acres, about 14 miles from the city on
the Reisterstown Road-and one on the Suquehanna
Rail Road, containing 140 acres, with good improve-
ment. Call on BOSLEY & KNIGHTSON.
fe 10 Secon street.
FOR SALE.
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND IN
TEXAS, bordering on the Colorado river, co-
taining about 20,000 Acres, said to be of the first qua-
lity-title clear and price low.
ALSO-FOUR TRACTS of MILITARY BOUN-
TY.LAND, in Arkansas and Missouri. These lands
appear to be good, and well located, ad the owners
or purchasers have a right, under a recent act of Con-
gress, to surrender said bounty lands and locate oth-
ers in lieu thereof. All the above lands would sold
low for cash, or part on credit, or they would be ex-
changed for property in this city, or for Groceries.
Apply to the subscriber, who has for sale, first rate
ANNUITIES and DWELLING HOUSES, and for
lease a great number of BUILDING LOTS.
ALEX. YEARWY,
Property and Commission Agent,
fe 11 4t* PR No. 10 St. Paul street.
WHARF AND LUMBER YARD FOR
RENT.
F1O RENT-The square o Ground between City
3 Dock, Block and Point streets, having a waer
front of 500 feet and a street front of same length, be-
ing an entire Square enclosed with a good boarfence,
Sand having a Brick OFFICE and STABLE
on the premises. It is peculiarly well sute
ftfor LUMBER or COAL YARDS, being on
the most roomy and convenient Dock in the City, and
convenient to the Rail Road Depot. Apply to
R. HOWARD & CO.
fe 12 O'Donnell's wharf.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY.
T HE subscriber is authorised to offr at private
sale, the following very valuable city property,
at reasonable prices.
1. Eight LOTS OF GROUND on the west side of
Cathedral street, covering the whole space between
Hamilton and Centre streetsTheselots have each a
tront of 25 feet, and run back 150 feet 6 inches to an
alley 20 feet in width.
2. Eight LOTS of the same front and depth on Park
street between Hamilton and Centre sts.
3. Five LOTS OF GROUND fronting on the south
side of George sheet between Chatsworth and Pine
streets, each 25 f( et with a depth o 125 feet.
4. A LOT OF GROUND at the south east corner
ofCalvert and Saratoga streets, frontingon the former
st. 37 feet and running back feet to Davis street.
5. A LOT OF GROUND on the west side of Holli-
day st. 54 feet front and 81 eet in depth,
6, A LOT OF GROUND on the North East corner
of Davis and Pleasant streets fronting on the noh side
of Pleasant street 60 feet, and runningote cere of
the old bed ofJones's Falls.
7. One hundred and twenty-six feet of vacant
GROUND on the east side of Courtland t., begin-
ning at the distance of 176 feet 2 inches, North of
Saratoga st, with a depth of 90 t. to Park Lane.
8. 144 feet of vacant GROUND on East Water st.,
commencing four feet eastwardly from the dwelling
house built by C. Deshon and now occupied by .1. D.
Smith. This ground has various depths ranging from
76 to 150 ft.
Proposals will be received by the subscriber for
the purchase of the foregoing several pieces of proper-
ty, the terms being one fourth cas, and the residue
in one two and three years, with interest to be secur-
ed by notes of hand with approved edorsers or sure-
ties. EREDITH.
se 21-2awtfif Sol. agent U. S. Bank.
HE RES
T I knew a loyel nle 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 brillat eye,
Rvalling the light
When billowy cloud
She was a being
Cast in perleetion'
One, with affectio
An Anchorite's heart
But, ah! short tim
Ere that sweet flowe
And she who lat
Appeared fast hast
CoNsaostiTrON, with i
Seemed to have mark
Tell me, oh! tell m
So soon take on
No! though Physici
Is useless here,
Will give relief, w
Would only hasten
Thy Hoarhound Cand
(And many shall i
That fondly loved
Restoring her t
Ah, happy thought!
Its good effects t
That stricken flower
Thaks to thy Candy, P
Go then, Consumpti
Ye to whom health
At Pease's store
At 45 Division stre
Oiq-PEASE'S CANDY has b
commended by Drs. Cheese
son, Rodgers, Berger, Ha
vens, Childs,Delafield, Br
ber of others, as an excel
Hoarseness, Pain in the B
diseases which, if not c
CONSUMPTION


fi:3-Each package of the genuine has e signature
of the original inventors and proprietors, J. Pease &
Son, No 45 Division street." SK FOR PEdSE
CdNDY, and you wont be deceived by fictitious and
spurious imitations, which are becoming as "thicas
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 part of the State on the
most advantageous terms.e 9 f
RUBBERS.
1;;0000 PAIu GUM ELASTIC
moUWSHOES,comprising te following
Ladies SHOES, lined and trim'd with fur highly fg'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, fg'd and plain.
The above comprises one of the best assortments
ever imported into this country, and are offered ote
trade (by the package only) on pleasing terms by the
subscriber, No. 200 Baltimoretpstairs.
oc 21 FARRINGTON.
THOMSONIAN ADVERTISEMENT
The Subscribers are well aware that the study of
Medicine has in all agesofthewordbee considered aim-
portant subject, in which the human faily ae deeply ter-
ested, aud thousands of years have elapsed, ad tes ofthous
ands ofvolumes nave been written on the subject o ere
sent fashionable system ofpractice, which is in the highest
degree imperfectad uncertain.
Dr. Rash compares it to an uroofed tepe, uncovered at
he top nud cracked at the oundaion.
Dr. Hervy says, "What unaccona e perversity is in our
frames that we set ourselves so much agaristeveryting that
is new? Can any one behold, without sc ,u drones o
physicians, that after the space ofso many udred years ex-
perience and practice of their predecessors, not one sige
medicine has been discovered that has the east force irecy
to prevent, oppose or expel a continuedfever" evgt
ble remedies which the God of naturehascaterewithla-
vish hand over every hill and valley of ourcountry, stand
will eventually entirely supercede the use ofrierpoisons.
It is a factdeeply to belamentedthaeversincer.Sdeham
has invented bleeding in inflamatoy fevers, and Parelus
has introduced the chemical prparaons, anti poisons have
been introduced for healthy medicines, tosan have been
sent to an untimely grave.
We know not," says Dr. Reese "whether we should a
the discovery of mercury, as a blessing, or regard aa rse,
since the diseases it entails are asnumerous as those which i
cures.
The subscribershaving fully tested the utility and advanta
ges of the Thomsoman remedies in our own flies adur
bersofothers,in diseasesof alkindar t-rvors
grades, all of which have been speedily ri.-i -our
remedies were properly applied.
The peculiar excellence ofDr. Samuel Thomson's System
of Medical Practice, is well adapted tothe comprehension of
every common reader. lte brings diseases o a n, like
Drsa. Brown and Rush, and allte medicines wic are usd
for the removal of disease are vegetableand aowhich work
in harmony with nature and is laws.
The system of Dr. Thomson aid down in so plain and
comprehensive a manner thatamost any m ber of every
family. after a little application and practice, y administer
it with perfectsafety and efficacy, as ereis nothing nbra-
ced in the whole practice that has the least poisonous orde
leterious quality aboutit.
We, the undersigned Agentsfor Dr. Samuel Thosonhave
on hand and will constantly kep Dr. Thomsons PATENT
FAMILY RIGHTS? both in theglish and Geranang
ges, for sale; who will give allhe necessary information to
persons who may possess themlves with the Book, to ena
ble thentm to fully understand and practice the system.
Golrzzy MvTI IRANtMX .


TO CAPITALISM.
.... / CHANCE FO
T HE undersigned, wishig to chane his business
Offers for sale, on accommodating terms, his
COAL LANDS AND RAIL ROAD,-known as
the "St. Clair Rail Road." The establishment, which
is well known in the whole Western d Southern
markets, embraces an extensive quantity of Coal, up-
on an almost unlimited leases; a Road, n good order,
with the cars, horses, and all the necessary fixtures for
an extensive business. It is now capable of bringing
to the debouchment, at the Ohio river, at least 4,000
bushels of Coal per day. Has avery extensive patro-
nage. Several pieces of lan, in ee simple, in con-
nexion therewith, and, with a all additional ex-
pense, may be rendered capable of delivering, at the
Ohio river, one mile below Pittsburgh, frm SIX to
EIGHT THOUSAND BUSHELS OF COAL DAI-
LY.
This valuable property, being below the junction of
the Monongahela and Allegeny Rivers, offers advan-
tages superior to any in the western country.
The terms of sale will be reasonable, and such a
will amply repay any capitait for isnvesent.
For particulars, apply (by letter) to either he un-
dersigned, or to Mr. George Ogden, at the Wholesale
Drug Establishment of Avery, Ogden & Co., corner of
Wood and Second streets, Pttsburgh.
JNO. M. SNOWDEN, J.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 4, 184. fe 9 dlw
BY THE HOUSE OF)ELEGAES.
JANUARY,
R ESOLLED BY THE General Assmbly of a-
ryland, That the Treasre Ofthe Western
Shore proceed forthwith to call a General eetng of
the Stockholders of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Company at Frederick, upon the earliest convenient
day, in pursuance of the resolution unanimously a-
dopted for the regulation and government of said Com-
pany by the Stockholders thereof on th 0th day o
July, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, to invest
gate the affairs and past management o the Copany,
and to take such further order in the premises as the
interest of the Stockholders may reqr.
By order: G. G.BREWER, Clerk.
We hereby certify that the aforegoing is a true co-
py of the original resolution which passed both branch
es of the Legislature o aryland at December ses-
sion,1840.
Given under our hands at the ciy of Annapoli, this
26th day of January, 1841.
GEORGE G. BREWER,
Clerk of the House of Peeete Md.
JOS. H. NMHILN,
Clerk of the Senate, Maryland.
WESTERN SHORE TREASURY OF MD.,
ANNAPOL.IS, JANUARY 27,1841.
N OBEDIENCE to a reso ion of the General
Assembly of Maryland, of December session, 1840,
of which the foregoing is a copy, and in pursuance of
the resolution of the Stockholders erin referred to,
a General Meeting of the Stockholders of the Chesa-
peake and Ohio Canal Company is hereby called, to
assemble and be held at the Company's Office in the
city of Frederick, in Frederick county of Maylan,
on MONDAY, the 8th day f Mar next, at 12 '
clock, M., "to investigatethe affairs of the Company
and their past management and to take such further
order in the premises as the interest ofthe stockhold-
ers may require." GEORGE ACKUBIN,
Ie I1 t8thM Treasrer W. S. Maryland.
M IRACULOUSORIEN'I'ALNEWLY IN
VENTED MANNER OF LAVATION--
struction in the Newly InventedOrientaliracuos
Manner of WASHING, a preservative against all
complaints ofthe head, ears and the ace, and a reme-
day for strengthening the retentive powerof the memo-
ry, the faculty of hearing, and the power ofseeing,
and for the renovation and embellishment of the skin,
and the removal of wrinkles and the displeasing pale
ness of the lace, producing a complexion surpisigly
beautiful and fresh. Laes and Getlemen wishing
to get direction and instruction in this genuine and
miraculous manner of Wasing, are invited to call
on C. WILLE & DICKEY, No. 7 Hanover street,
for CH. G. SEIPPEL, where they may subscribe and
hear the particulars. wfe
MR. ARCHER, (Graduateotie S. Aca-
dewy, at West Poin & MRS. ARCHER'S
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA
DIES.
Lexington street, 5 doors East of Charles,
BALTIMORE.
HIS INSTITUTION is conducted on a plan
embracinga thorough and extensive course of
instructioU in all the branches of polite ad finished
Education.
There is a Preparatory Department attache to the
school, into which little girls wil be received at re-
duced prices. A Prospectus showing the various
studies, prices &c. &c. may be had on application to
the Principals at the school, or reference may be
made to Major Gen. Winfield Scott, U. S. Army,
Dennis H. Mahan, Prof. Eng. U. S. M. Academy;
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem.and Med. U.S.. Acade-
my; Roswell Park, Prof. of Nat. and Exl. Phil. Uni-
versity of Pernn,; Rev. D Wyatt, Rev. Dr. Johns,
Rev. John C. Backus, Re.. G Hamner, Hon. .
B. Magruder, Dr.R.N. Hall, Thomas Finley, F. J.
Dallam Esq.. Win. F. Giles Esq., David Cledenin
Esq., Win. Reynolds Esq. Joseph Robinson Esq., of
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gilbert, Wlington, Del.;
Rev. John Davis, Washington City; and Rev, W.
Finney,'Harford co, Md. d62aw6m se 16
SN BALTIMORE COUNTY COURT, sit-
ting in Equity, Novemberer, 1840-Stump
vs. the United States Insurance Compny,-Ordered,
that the Receivers of the United States Insurance
Company give notice by advertiseme in two news-
papers printed in Baltimore, to the creditors of said
Company, to produce their claims to aid receivers,
duly authenticated, on or beore the first y of June
next, in order to receive the ividendsue on their
respective claims. JOHN PURVIANCE.
True Copy, Test-THOS. KELL, Clek.
OFFICE OF THE RECEIVERS OF THE UNTED
STATES INSURANCE COMPANYst Jan. 180
In compliance wilh the foregoing order of Balti
more County Court, the undersgned, receivers othe
United States Insurance Col any, hereby give oice
to thle creditors of said Copny, to file thercais
with Joshua J. Atkinson, Agent of said Receivers, on
or before the 1st day of 3une next, pJepaatory to a
dividend of the assets of said Coany
JAMES HAWOOD
WALTER FARNANDIS.
Receivers of the U. S. Insurance
ja7 2awtlstJe
WARRANTED FRENCH BRR MILL
STONES.
COLOGNE,
COCALICO,
and ESOPUS do
FRENCH BURR
BLOCKS,
AND CAL'INED
PLASTER OF
PARIS.
11~HE Subscrib-
Ters beg leave ho
inform their custom-
ers and thepbic
that they aeppr
ed to furruhtea
b ove articleofbs
quality, attlero-
est possible notice. They co t
Burr BLOCKS, selected byoefthfimate
qurarnies i ane
Orders from any part of
panied with satislactory r
attendedt
'[hey may be seen at theirsoWetFlsA -
nue, near Pratt street bridgai onro aaat
Saratoga street imoe T
ies25


FAMILY CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
JOHN STEWART returns thanks for the lib
eral patronage which he has received from his cus
tomers and the public, and solicits a continuance of
the same. Fiomra the encourageent which the public
have given to his system ofeeping i carriages at
the Stable instead of the Stands, he is induced to be-
lieve that it is more satisflctory to both parties, and e
is induced to continue the same.
All orders for carriages left at his Stables will be
punctually attended to, at the rates which he has es-
tablished being lower than those fixed by Law.
Families will be furnished ith Carriages kept ex-
pressly by him for that purpose.
Funerals undertaken and supplied with Hearses,
Carriages, and all other requiites for such occasion,
by applying to JOHN STEWART,
North Calvert st. opposite the CitSprn.
AUCTION NOTICE
EVER, CANNON & CO. AUCTION-
EERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Sale Rooms No. 28 South Charles treet.
Who attend to sales of Real an Peronal Estates
such.as Houses, Lots, Lands and Teementsorses,
Carriages, Vessels, stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Gun, Pistols, Plated Ware, Watches and
Jewelry, Furniture, China, Glass ad Crockry Ware.
W. C. & Co. will give their especial attention to the
arranging and disposal of Furniture at private houses
All sales at auction will be made by B. CAN
NON in person.
Liberal advances in bankable money can all times
be obtained on goods, when consigned to us oPub-
lic Sale. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
au 26 eotf
FAMILY CONFECTIONERYa CiT
MAS PRESENTS.
OHN R. GILES ever grateful for the liberal
tronage bestowed on him, would most respectful-
ly beg leave to inform the lades and gentlemen of
Baltimore, that he has receivedis Fall importation
of Fine FRENCH CONFECTIONERY and FAN-
CY ATTICLES, suitable for Christmas and New
Year's Presents, consisting in part of one fhe rich
est invoices ever offered to the citizens of Baltimore.
Clubs, Balls, Parties and Weddingsuplied with all
kinds of FamilyConfectionery.
Ice C ream, Cakes, Pyra JelliesChalotte
Russe, &c. and every thing in his ine te shortest
notice and in the best manner, at No.38 Baltimore t.
between Fredeick and Gay.
N. B. FLAXSEED CANDY,a celebrated arice
or Coughs, Colds, &c. e 15 3aw2
COMPOUND SYRUP
BIC-For C..,,.-h, aolds, h
Cough, Pains anti ".,--.in e Be I...1-I ,
Consumption, Hoarseness, difficIt
Diseases of the Breast and Lu ro v.
Tit Syrup is composed of61%IhBICco
bired with such othe remedis as have been ond by
long experience, best calculatetofforreliefin the
above named diseases. It isattrt'ito(e
world as a new discovery, or a --.I sae-
medy, prepared accordtingto precipton of an
eminent lI't, -ii,,. i., whichhs often af relief,
when other remedies have beenied without te least
benefit.
It is particularly recommend to Physicians as a
Scientific preparation, ready at ad, ad well calc
lated to fulfil the purposes which i is intended.
Prepared only by G.K.YLER, coner oEast
Baltimore and High streets Baltimore. For sale in
Washington by R. S. Patterson, ani Georgtown
by 0 M. Linthicum. i7
NAILORSWANTED
IVE OR SIX FIRST RATE SAILORS
wanted immediately at the ".ti E IRON
WORKS," near Harper's Ferry, to wo constant
employment and th- li %,iillbegiven-
Apply to JN I,'P 4IN&BRO.
fe I d im No. 4 Spear's harf.
INSEED OIL-in barrels sale by
le I HARVEY SHAW, 35 West Pratt s.


If CAROLINA IIOT--BA-ST.-
1I1 ANGUS STEWART,propietor of this Estab-
JUj lishment, respectfully informs his old friends
and customers, and the public generally, that be still
continues the business in which he has been engaged
for a series of years past, and that his arrangements
are such as to warrant him in confidently asserting
that he is prepared to afford fare and accommodation
to permanent and transient Boarders and Travellers,
equal, if not superior to any Establishment of the kind
in theci
Private Parties, Societies, Clubs, &. can be accom-
dated with Dinners, Suppers, or other entertainments,
at the shortest notice and on reasonable termsHis
Larder is constantly supplied with every escipton
of game that the market afrdsand his stock oWines,
Liquors, &c. can compare with any in he Souhern
country.
For the information of his customers, the following
rates of fare are annexed
Regular Boarders, at Ladies' Ordinary,12 per wek.
Do. do. at Gentlemen's o. 10
Transient do. at Ladies' do. 2 per ay.
Do. do. at Gentleman's do. 1,50
Private Parlours, with meals, 2
Regular Day Boarders, 7 per week.
Charleston. S. C.-de 25 law2m
FRANKLIN BANK PAPER TAKEN AT
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EAST CORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance on Lexington andE Street.
AMUEL FREY, since his establishment was
burnt out in the fall, has repaired animpove
his Ware Rooms, solthat a the present time, they are
hully equal, if not superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, and having enlarged his manufactory, he i
prepared to execute all orders with promptness and
despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten-
sive assortment of the most elegant Furnture,-co
sisting of Sofas, Lounges,splenid mahoganyChars,
Sideboards, Centre, Pier,Exension Dining and Break-
fast Tables, Secretaries, Book Cas, Wrdrobes, of
new and elegant pattern, Beteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and Windsor Chse. &c.
He also informs the public that he has no boys in
his manufactory, and that his workmen are all of te
very best stamp. Their worked can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
*ii;li.ir 1to purchase are requetedto call ad examine
t- .Rooms
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction. i10 ?
41 BALTIMORE NEAR GAY STREE.
DAVISON'S MUCH APPROVED PATENT
PRACTICALLY EFFICIENT


MUSCULAR GUIDE
To the acquisition of beautiful, correct and ap
PENMANSHIP.
T IE best evidence in supporofr Irisits
continried access in effecting the object popos-
ed. The I. L L I.A R GUIDE has stood the sever-
est scrutiny both in theory ad practice, and itno
case has it proved otherwise than convincing. The
Maryland Institute of'Teachers, aferaving thepl
under investigation for two or three monhs, hs ap-
proved of it both in theory and practice. The Patrot
in an editorial says "the Guie deserves to rank high
in favor and patronage of a discerning and enlighten
ed public." The Sun also says in an editorial that
"the Guide commends itself to the common sense of
the most ordinary capacity and none can remain un-
convinced of its vast practical utility." DuGreen
the editor of the Pilot and Transcript pronounces the
plan a "great improvement." And the editors ofth
Clipper join in commendation of it. A number of
schools have adopted the Guie and testimonials from
time to time from individuals of the hghesstaning
have been presented to the public. After all the oe-
going, who can remain unconvice?
N. B. Rooms'open day and evening. Classes meet
at all hours of the day-Ladies a3 o'clock, P. M.
Rooms 41 Baltimore street. ia29
PUBLIC SCI OLS
N obedience to a call from the Mayor, the Com-
missioners of Public Schools, convened at the
City Hall on Tuesday mornng,2d Feb., and organized
as follows:-
WILLIAM KREBS, Esq., President.
CHARLES GILMAN,Esq.,Treas
The following gentlemen compose the Board of Co-
missioners for the present year, to y of whom -
plications may be made for admissions into the
scho
William Krebs.Colmbia s.
Joseph King, Jr., Charlesst.Nor of Lexingtonst.
John Bigham, corner cf Eutaw & Frankl t.
James Lucas, 63 N Exeter t.
Charles Gilman, Fayette s. and 2nd ooEast
from Charles.
Thomas Finley, Hillent. near High s.
Matthew Shaw, 20Lightt. wharf.
Dr. John F. M onmonier,coner of Caroline & Pratt
street.
John W.Randolph, cornerMaret & Wilk st, FP.
Jesse Slingluff, Howard st. North of akett
Jacob Heald, corner of Aquith and Baltimore.
George R. Mosher, Howaidt. NorthofFayettet.
One vacancy to be supplied by thCouncil.
N. B.-AII persons having business w Tre-
surer, will please to call at his office, Fayette t. No.
25, 2nd door east of Charles t.
J. W. TILYARD,
fe ll 4t Clerk to the Commissiors.
B Y OHDEI of the Commissoner of Insolvent
Debtors for the City and County of Baltimore,
Notice is hereby gi, en tthecreditorof NATHAN
SAWYER, an insolvent debtor, that a personal s-
charge hath been granted to the said debtor, and that
the said creditors are require to attle at the office
of the said Commissioners in the Court House, inte
city of Baltimore, on the first y of ach next, at
ten o'clock in the forenoonan orniae a trustee or
trustees, to be appointed r their benefit, ad to give
all the information in their possession othe siCon-
mruissioners, to enable the to report to ltmore
County Court, agreeably toaact of Assembly, pass-
ed at December session, 1831, entitled "n Act relat-
ing to insolvent debtors;" ad t thefi ay of May
next hath been fixed for the final hearing in his case,
before the saidCmmssones.
Dated the fourth day of January, in the year 1841.
a 9 2w
BEST LONDON PERMEY AND
FASHIONABLE WIGS.
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IIANDELIERS, CANELABRAS, &c
R. &. A. CAMP
BELL, No. 155 AL-
TIMORE STREET
Agent for the sale of
CORNELIUS & Cox's.
GOODS, have on hsnt
and are constantly re-
ceiving from them, the
followinearticles of their
manufacture. HAN-
DELIERS with 8, 12
and 18 Lights, wt rich
GLASS DROPS, CAN-
DELABRAS, BRACK-
ETS for the Wall, G1.
RANDOLES withs1,2,
3 and 5 Lights, ASTRAL AND MANTEL LAMPS,
&c. &c. The above Goods are of he latest style, and
for cheapness of price, beauty and durability of color
cannot beexcelled.
N. B. All Lamps from Cornelius Co. Mnufac
ory are warranted to burn wlando to leak, or to
be returned. ja eod8t
F. DE'VIILE,
No, 4, South st. 3 doors from Baltimore Street.
Just received, an extensive as-
S' sortment of PERFUMERIES.
"''. -. Havig arrangements with
.... several of the most fashionable
Perfumers in Paris, will perit
] him to offer them at very moder-
ate prices, viz.
Colognes; Laveners; Oils; Po-
matums; Soaps; Creams; Pastes; Powders; Puff;
Hair-Dye; Valentines; Deplatory Powders; th
Pastes; Extracts, &c. &c.
Constantly receiving, Dressing Cases; Gloves; Mit;
Suspenders.; Purses; Razors an Strops; Combs;
Brushes; Hand Alirrors, wit a variety of other fancy
articles.
PARIS MILLINERY and FLOWERS p stairs
HOURGLASS
GIN.-The subsci,
her hnas received ptar
the Knoonprinice smit
)J- *f ^^ h
Aq other arrivals, a s-
01114penner lot 01f(Iris
EXCELLENT
901 FLAVORED GIN,

fpl which he offers for
IDHO sale on reasonable
C11 1 terms.
C. W.KARTHAUS
No. 9 Commerce at.
*no 23
OFFICE OF MARYLAN O PAN,
3rd February, 1841.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
President ant Directors have Ihis day declaredla
dividend of Ten Dollars, par 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 anue-
lection lot. thirteen Directors, to serve r one year,
will be heal at the office of the Company, on MON-
DAY, the 1st day ot March next, between the hours
ofl0 and 12 o'clock By order,
fe 3 4t* Pe WMARTLOW Sec'y.


,LuINER'S OFFIC,
BALTIMORE AND OH RAIL RAD.
P ROPOSALS are invited for the following des
cried materials to be used in the construction o
the Railway Track between Harper's Ferry and Cum-
berland.
Sawed Lumber for Under-ills and String-pieces.
54,583 sticks of Scantling, 4x8 inches, and 20 feet
long, clear of slump-shot, containing 3275,000 ft.
board measure.
54,500 do do. 3x10 do do 2,725,000 ft.
Making together 6000,000 ft
Hewn Timber forces and Block.
105,600 sticks, hewn flat on two opposite sides, to a
thickness of 4' inches, and width of 6 inches, and
7 feetong.
30,200 do flatted in same manner to a ticknesof3
inches-width and .-. r.'i e as te preceding.
Cast Iron for t.in Plates.
52,800 Joint Chairs, weighing s. eac, 409,00 lbs.
52,800 Middle do do 4 do 211,000
52,800 Bottom Plates, do 2 do 4500
Total lbs. cast iron 765,000bs.
Wrought Iron for Fstening.
105,600 Screw-bolts 7 inches long, and I in
diam. wt. 1 lb. each, 105
105,600 Nuts for same, (I quare 9 16 thick)
wt. lb. each, 52,800
105,600 Washers, of awede form, 3inces
long by 2" wide. and inch average thick-
ness, and weighing 9-16 lb. 59,136
105,600 Plates of rolled Zinc, same length ad
width, and 1-16 thick, weighing 10 to the
pound, 10,560
844,8(0 Hook-headed Sikes, 41 inches log,
7-16 square in the shank, ad weighing
oz. each, 224,716
The Sawed Lumber may be of white or yellow pine,
with not muire Ihan an inch of sap ntwo edge of the
,lick; free r.. I .. knotssake or decay of any
kind.-A tn.rt,. nI the 42u r ii.y be pro-
posedlor lobe furnished, o inderthe
same conditions as to quality-Thepoints every
may be at Baltimore, Georgetown, Ilarper's Ferry,
Cumberland, or any other pointpon the line the
road, and the proposal willsaete places as well as
times at which the Lumber will be urished.
Proposers to whom moretan one ofe paces
juist named are accessible, will saraly state their
prices for delivery at each; so as to allow an option to
the Company in regard tothem should tie poposa
be accepted.
The h wn Timber, intendeforie cross-ties and
support-blocks, may be of white-oak, ro-oak or
cbesrul-oak, oroflchesnut It must be sound wood,
and straight in one direction. If the proposer peers
delivering it in the rough state, and does not wis to
undertake the hewing of itto e required dimensions
he cain so word his proposal, and in hat case treize
of the sticks must be sucast permit them, when
dressed to he of the full dimensions sefid, clear of
back and axe-kerf. If t ime is cut while e
bark is loose, it must be stripped off' before te delive-
ry. The delivery may be mae upon any point othe
line, between Harper's Ferry anCmbelan,
the points between which it will take place ust be
stated. There are to every mile of track 31.680 feet
board measure of41x8, and26400 feet o3x scant
ling, 1056 cross-ties dressed to inches thick, ad 302
dressed to 3 inches thick. Proposals will nt be e-
ceived for a less quantity ofnyohe kinds of tim-
ber, than will lay a mile of ac.
The Castings tfor the chairs and plates will be of an
easy pattern-they must of strong and sound metal,
and smoothly cast-the contractor furnishing the pat
terns. ThIe screw-bolts an nuts will e of sound,
tough iron and made with exactnesso the required
form and size. Thre washers wil be oba on, rolled
with the proper section, cut offend punched othe
passage of the bolt. The zinc plates sim rly made.
The hook-headed spikes to be of iron o as good a
quality as that o e screw blts.
The ironfaslenings just dcie may be delivered
at Baltimore, Harpers Ferry, Cumberland or any
point of the line of the roa between the two late
places-and the places andtimes o delivery wibe
stated in tIhe proposals. There are to every mie of
track 7656 Ibs. of castings-1584 lbs. ofbolts antints
-591 lbs. ofiron washers-1ls, of zinc plates, and
'247 lbs. of spikes. No proposal for a less quantity
than will supply 10 miles wi be receive.
Monthly estimates will be made ofte quantities of
each kind of materials so deliered and four fifths othe
value at the contract prices will be paid hereon-resr-
vinz i ,. I .. -i,., 11,.- io paying the said four
hilit- I l:,,ihin....-I ii) I.,.I t stock at ar- n the
8;ock i. -I i,.- I i,-l at pa; and also resev-
ing ti'i- i --' .i- -I n r i e remaining fifth in le
iman-.' r ii hr, Ir,- i- the holequantty
contracted for shall have been completed according
the contract.
If the materials contract for or any part of them
are not furnished at thle times required, te Company
may dissolve there contract an retain the one fifth du
on any which may have ben areay delivered, ad
no estimates or payments shall be made or on account
of materials delivered before teme specified for
commencing the delivery of te same The monthly
payments shall be made at the Company's offices in
Haltimore, Cumberland, orartnsbughV at th
option of the contractor, ad the final ayets shall
be made in Baltimore. he manner ad ties in
which the materials shall be furnished on the different
parts of the line will be specifically pvedforite
contracts, and particulars will be given n aplcatn
to there undersigned. It will be required that about
one hall of the whole quantity materials shall be
delivered as early as possible between now ad te
1st of December next. A model of the rail ad its
Aupp.-i- i- w I i, ', ill a y for in ectioi t
the ('..,i. --111 i.ir- by the 20th current.
The proposals will be directed under seato eub-
scr ber, either at Baltimore, Cumberlan or Martins-
buugh--and will be received to the t ach
proxnmo. By order of the esitadirecor.
BENJ. H. LATROE
Eng. Loc. and ont'r.
Balto.. Feb. 10, 18,11. d PRS
New York Journal of Commerce, Courier and n-
quirer, Amnerican Rail Rad Journal twice a week
until 15th March; PhiladehiUnted Sates Gaz
ette, Sentiir.. I i-in q, .'. i I,[olumba Spy;
Harrisbhi K l i.... li. .ii c r Y k-. -
publican; it..- .. i l-'.,.in u
Cumberland Civrlian and li
Toich Light andI Heraldi; M ,
chester Virginian; Charlestownree Press and Har-
pers Ferry Constitutionals Norfolk Beacon; Wi-
,rli,-.i.. C ,,'onicle and Recorder] thretimesa week i
[..,L.I,. -.1 .. often- .-..-r 1 er mthebrack-
ets, and charge the Company. e 12
O'rICE.-Pursuant to an n -n it.1r
l plan's Court of Charles County.ie subscriber
will sell at publicsale for cash, three NEGRO BOYS
from 10 to 12 years of age, being apart ofe perso-
al estate of James 1). Mitchell, e. iresaleo
take place in the city of Baltimore, on Monday the
15th day of February next.
ELIZABETH ANN MITCHELEx'rx. of
ja 29 tlaw3w James D. itchell.
T IKt 0T~ 7- IL 1. --I ( -< -
LUl of JAMES TRACY, an
hereby notified to produce
ticated to the subscriber, o
April next.
No. 20 St. P
ia 20o PR law4w PrntT
] -i-]o i i 'l'l (l io't~mnji'
LU of NIt-HOLAS U. CH
Debtor, are hereby notifi
duly authenticated, to eith
before the first
T. YATES WALSH,
WM. GEORGE BAKER,
.i20 PR law4t
01 ICe. FOR OPEN
L --Notice is hereby give
be made to the Mayor and
at the present session to
nance the division of the r
liam Clemon, deceased (reC
Court, on 12th October, 18
tar as Vine street, between
is laid out and reserved in
es'?te as a highway,


P IANOS, PIANOS.-Justreceiv by the ship
Caspar, direct from BreenIANOS, from
Dresden and Leipsic, of extra finh, tone antouch
not surpassed by any. Also, one sample Pano, a
correct copy of the celebrated Earard, London, a
grand Piano, of superiorr tone by E. Ronkranz, also,
a lot of fine Guitars, all for sale on accommodating
terms. Purchasers are olitely invited to call ad
examine them at No. 22 Light t,
ja 19 J.'14. ILt.R.
SOMETHING NEW FOR .LADES.
THE N ( '1Eihs
Received by there Packet ship Vlle
'ol .' _. de Lion fr Paris, a vry hnd-
some assortment of musical In-
s~rtrinents, viz:
Rose and Satinwood GUITARS, they are the
finest Instruments which have come into the b-
scribers hands,
Accordeons with 26 keys,warrante beiner-
fect tone and of superior workmanship.
The subscriber has likewise received by tre sip
Everhard from Bremen,ahoganyanRosewood
Piano Fortes, 6 and 62 octaves, manacure by E.
Rosencrantz, Dresden. They are warranted to be the
very best Instruments fro sa Fa cry. The above
Instruments will be sol dwhlesae or retail on very
pleasing terms. E. H. EISENBRAN,
no 10 No.54 Baltimore t.
WILLIAMKNABE,
PIANO FORE MAKER
SGRATEFUL to his friends
7W and the public generally for past
favourns, begs leave to inform
Them thatecontines to repair
PIANOS HARPS, GUITARS
I I -" t I PIA
and VIOLINS; to purchased sell and to ire out
second hand Pianos; and t tie hs on hand ready
made, or makes to order P- I. redests, Piano
stools antd music stands .-Ii-..% ant otp-
proved patterns. He wairanti....i.,ofhs
work, and hise charges wille found reasonable.
H e i- 1*I .,, i. jir, 1:1h, -1tto M
Petri N-
Ont. I, ,iti. r i t is ellingN .4 N 1h
Liberty near I a ii.i-, street, dt tera stores
of Messlrs. V ii Beteen.
no 21 eo3n
GERMAN PIANOS.
THE Subscribers have recei-
,-,N. ,d late arrivals, and will con-
', .4 keep o
1'nt pin hand a supply of'
4.,.n mran Piano frtes, inerioto
Snone imported from Germany,-
which 1hey offer for sale or i.r.
dell Pt-i VI'N&IirKE.
SUMBER-The undersiged have and intend
L keeping constantly onand, at thir LUMBER
YARD corner of Fleet and Exeter street on he City
Block a large supply of SEASONED WHITE PINE
BOARDS and PLANK, which they will dispose of
on liberal terms.
They would particularly call the attention of ship-
pers of Lumber to thi, assortment befre purchasing
it, having been manufactured by them of good width
and thickness, expressly for that purpose.
de 16 eo3m DICKINSON BROTHERS,


A1Jl E 0A AT*


TO THESOUTH.
VIATHE
CHESAPEAKE BAY & PORTSMOUTH AND
ROANOKE RAIL ROAD.
Arrangement for Januar nd February, 1841.
THE STEAMBOAT
POCAHONTAS will leave
the lower end of Spear's
-- H --l wharf every Wednesday
Morning at 10 o'clock lNorfolk and thePortsmouth
and RoanokeRailoa.
Psorirer for CHARLESTON will be forwarded
Ii i ll,.itit morning and Ro-
.r, I ,I ll.r I to .-1, whole dis-
lance by day light) where they will aive several
hours prior to the departureo the Cars for Wilmig-
ton.
pasopnqpra for Riehmon or Peterbug sleep on
S.I.,,. -i,.t a arrive at their place of
destination there day after leaving Baltimore.
JNO. C.MOALE
General .' r,, B.iie Seam-Pacet Co.
ja 16
t..- Ir -;l,' ,- 1 ii. 1 rrii of T, i .-. re
F-i-R TI-EDEI:ICl
The SteambatRAPPA
-'-_ANNOCK, Captain N.
r i-rh ..-now ready to
I Hi. ~ .' litry and resume
.'li it''tI -lericlrsbtirg arid tire different
n-I. t I 'tnit .,raoclcriser, leavingLight
street wharf on SATURI AFTERNOONte
27th of February, a 5 o'clocknwil continue to run
as usual throughout e sean
PASSAGE TO PONGOTAGUE ACCO-
MAC COUNTY, VA.
The Steamboat RAPPA-
t k1. Captain N.
Sth resumele
i4 ] --" l.',,,,n,
I'ti- ...,h trips to the above
place. leaving .I t streetwIfo URDAY
At 11.1l:Nnit N, 11 7thFebrary, at 5 o'clock.-
Tlie Rapt'ahannock will be at Pogoage o Stn-
lday the 28h of I'. a d arrive in Frederick.-
burg on Monday II- I-Iarch. By this roteer
sons on the Eastern Shore ofV., desios ori-ii
Washington on the 4th of March, can by -
Rail Road and Steambotlineat Fredericksburg on
Tuesday the 2d arrive in the same day.
Fare fiom ,n,,t o edercksburg $5.
te 2
FOR A LEAX W ,S II IK I A, S N ONk
GEORGETOWN.
The steamer COLUM-
S BIA, wi be ready to re-
*"ceive cargo on MONDAY
...WrZ42 the 15th, and wil leave Bal-
i.,. ,.- I ., i.. II. i. i, Sat ay lt 20thinstant.
fe Il d8t P CHAS, WORTINGTONAent.
FREIGHT FOR IIH DEGIACE
AND PORT DEPOSIT.
A., PACKET will com-
i-.ice loathing to-morrow
--~ ar sail on Saturday, th. ,
%%l.. miilnt- 1-ru "litostore and forwarded
twice a week by packets until the Steamboat s ready
to run. W OWEN,
fe 2 dt241h Patterson st. wharf.
NOTICE TO .i %-"1 TiI0AIII'ELLLIS
h The Potomac being free of
ice, the Sten Boat SID-i
NEY, will lean
tori EVERY NIhinINI
S.. I':1. ,, ,\ I'ir I er ie h r.a willcon
nect regularly with the it -oRichmond,
Petersburg, Waeldon and Charleston. Passengers
leave Baltimore for Washington itire afternoon Cars,
at 4 o'clock, where they take supper. Te Omnibus
calls at the Hotels in Washigto, to take tieassen-
gers and their baggage to the boat to sleep, all free of
charge.
Seats secured It. i i -eof.. STOCKTON.
'r\LLS ('C .. i ...II, p ttheBatimore
.-rt Fr ,i ,. Itl 1.1 R oa is1
FOR S ENDICT,VIAFA HAVEN.
4i The" steamboat PATUX-
ENT ll r mence her
glI tortheseason on
it l-. %-l5,thne3lst~larch
1840,at6A. M. onr that day;ndt the same hour
every iucceilinr Tuesday She will leave the Mary-
land -,.o. ,it,-,,I it ithe city of Baltimore r Beneict
and other places on the Patxent river, anwill-
turn from thence on the Thursday following, leaving
Benedict at 6 A. M., anti she will stop at Fair Haven
1' .- .- ,t ,I.-i the Patuxent$3.
and fare to or from Fairt, .
Fr. ;tl,l.a. heretofore. A .L. I %I
lebI C Fr Sa & Mo Master.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
GREAT SOt'I'HERN NIi' sTATES
MAIL LINE, DAILY TO THE SOUTH
0l-THE ONLY LINE CARRIT GREATMAL
THIS IS THE ONLY DdIL Y LNE.




ft.r 1 n.i.h .1 ,. 1iS l iI Mre

lI i .1 Itl r i l. often ONE I ,IIV II

ofany other Linc, -tIhe Companies the route beilg
bound by the Post-Master Generrl to make the fol-
lowing r'....h I'.-rile:
Leave i. I I i, I-.l,8A.fr, -
reach Baltimore, 2 P. MtH.96 Miles, in 7 Hours.
Leave Baltimore, .t 4 N..-
reachi Washington 6 P. 0 Miles, in 2 Hours.
Leave Waohiigton.st A.-at.-
reach Fredteicksburg,12ln. 70 Miles, in 61 Hours.
Leave 1',- .l :.
reach Bl.ii'..].1r, 4 P.Mt. 4Hours.
Leave Richimonitt 5.A.
reach Petersburing, 7 P. Al. 22 Miles, in Hors.
Leave PtPnrcgirait7P.M-
reach V I . I A. Al. 60 Mis, in 4 Hours.
Leave WeldRon, at I A. .-
reach Wilmington 1 P. AM. Miesin 1'Hours.
Leave Wehlooi
Leave t %I,..,. -- I P.I.-
reach Charleston next day, 170Miein4 Hours.
680 Mil-'.in Hours.
As this I.ine carries theGIA I II.,(wc
cannot h. I ..) anid is alost elrev a R-L
ROAdD I.j \h:, It .vill be perceived at ocetat th
Traveller, unless in some extaordiarvOtnn.
is sure of ,r, r 'w. "..i. throu hout, '. "i ;
dent that I.,. I ., Weather anStors must
ten occasion delay in a route oretatwo-thds
oft'which is by the Bay,-thTravllr being alo sub-
jected to Sea-Sicknress, an incurring necessary
risk, from boat- hbitinurged to tretopOfi-i-I.
to compete luiu ., moreDIRECIN1 )
tOUTE!
The above Line will be fou-irut'eMOST
CERTAIN and EXPEDIT'l .r.. rostat-
tractive-as it passes iu,.. . --,-
meent and in sight i.- e ..
anoil "li,.i.i, I",. 1. rcks
burg. i1,, -,o t -i toiwn' s Vi
gin
IT ISAI.SOCHEAII-I, l
AStCHEAP AS THE BA
DION; and Travellers have
their B
This is also much the
cheapest route, and the o
interior of Virginia, No
at P. -., !I... Virginia
way ,.'i h.l,.h, N. t.-1
Petersburg to ,1. .ir,. Si\.
thb Ralhirh i;,,| l.,..r t
MSI i.. I,, ,, i li., &c
This is tire ONLY DA
and P'et
'i')--P.:.r..-, r f.-.r ILt. a
pan i|,,. i,,,h l,.
i.j.- l--,. I,,tth..r in i:.-r t
ni.ri 'ru t. (,ifi,.' i'.
Adjoining the Philadelphia
tie 12 dt______
10 I Lsl IElits "'eND -,OtIl sETEN
TRA VE



r HlKiE C.no)D INTE
leave Baltimore every e
after the anivalof to,' I'i.It
Fc, n't,..lti,.. I' n, ..,,,C b


and ii, .n..ii.i.'. . ; l'i I1 o RailR ad
and N.i,...,. I,,,. best in the Union.
T'hirl. to Wh.liin2 hours only.
PI 1 .1'11 F.\ I lINL leavesevery morning, a7
o'clock, for theabove cities; i,-, n,-...-II
as thIe Good Intent Line. hrghin2hours.
The above Lines connectat W i allotted
OhioLi,,' n olf-t,,. ,--also,v i
ville, C ., i,.i.. li, l.ouisvill-,-'[. a -IN s IIf
leans.
For Seats in l,,lIia -r, at the General Oppo-
sition Stage ofni-. -N.,'. Ii11 i street, irecly opp
site the Baltimore antdOhioRilRoadepo.
Ff1, 1 i 1 111, ., IN ., W A T
Il-fIr "iIII I-A,
1 H t,," 'lI I i.'!
IF 1. % .
ALPHEUS BEAILL,
WILLIAM H. STEELE,
de 21 J. A. WEART. Agent.



_1k M% t)Pl PAT. 10,N -f1I jtF
I u l $10.-The Pioneer Company have tis day
commenced running an Opposition Line between
Baltimore and Wheeling, know as the Fast Pioneer
OppositionLine.
Passengers in the above Line will eave the Depot
of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road every morning
at 7, and proceed to Freerck over the Baltore
and Othio Riil Road, and from thence over te Na-
tional Road, in splendid Try built Coaches. Through
in as short a timesay other ine.
For seats and further information, enquirer at te
only office for the above L No. 241 Pratt street,
opposite the RailRoa eot.
Don't forget it is the FA'11N..tNEOF-
FICE. ja 19 d3m %' .


SPLENDID iB'l FURNITURE.
JOURNEYMEN \ MAKERS WARE-l
ROO S.
No. 10 South Gay Street,
AVING disposed of large portion f Our
stock, we are r.-., r, ,,,,I',,-i.,, i ii -
and moat apprcIved I'-itt .- ,% .i- %jir ,,,r-,
to the C ('\ 1,1l-. I BUslNE wich for aty or
design and durability of work ship, cannot be sure
passed in this or any other city in the Union. Per
sons wishing to purchase good furniture will find it
to their-advantage to call at this establishment, as ur
stork will be entirely new anIa pfromthrich-
est selections of wood and nuacured by practical
workmen.
We would return our thanks for the liberal en-
couragement that has been extended to us, and will
use every effort to merit a continuance o the same.
N. B. UNDERl'AKING ;u Ilat .]to.
jy 10 tf WM. H. I S. -nt.
ASTOR OIL-14 brls eupeior Castor Oil, jus
received and for sole by
ja 28 GAITHER & CO. 203 ato.t.


i 1


The following Stage lines connect with the Georgia
Rail Road, two first rate lines, from te head of te
Georgia Rail Road, daily to the head ofthe Mot-
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 the head of the
Georgia Rail Road, to the Tenepeeiver t Gun-
ter's landing via Covingto, Decatur, Casville and
Rome, through in 1. days. From Gunter's ading
there are steam boats and connect stage lines, to
every important point in N. Aliama and East Ten-
nessee.
A double tri.weekly line, from Greenborough to
Talahassee and to Mobile via Macon, Baibridge and
St. Josephs, Ic.ii,,,; Ceenorogh every Sunday,
Tuesday and I'1r! .
A tri weekly mail line, from ir-brout
Knoxville, Tennessee, viaAthens, rill
Cassville and Athens, Tennessee-also to Nashville,
Tennessee via Cliatanooga (Ross's ladig) and Jas-
per leaving Greensboro' every Moay, Wednesday
and Friday morng at 2 A. M.
A tri.weekly mail line fiGreensorough to Mil-
ledgeville, via Eatonton, leaving evey T ,
Thursday antd Saturday-also to Washingon Wi,
county and Pendleton, S. C. leaving every Monday,
Wednesday anFriday
A daily mail line from Warrenton to Columbus,
Geo. via Sparta, hilk.l...ItadMacon.
There are 'f.o i,' irilgfro Montgomery,
Alabama to I1 -c,..a Columbus,,
&.
TO MERCHANTS.
Merchandise of all kind is carried on the Georgia
Rail Road daily from Augusta to Bck Head, 100
mites at 40c. per 100 lbs.
On the South Carolina RailRod, 136 miles from
Charleston to Hamburg, opposite Augusta, at40 cents
per 100 lbs. and 14 ct per cubic oot.
Charleaton, (S. C.) no 16 eo3
C URE FOR T"I':T'E S N t IN
WORMS.-We, -,,. i ,i It .la
S... ,, ih-I,. ,l; ,.I .. .hli
f\ lI' I I \1 I ', No 8Sou wardt., Ini
cure of Tetters and1 Hi,,,iehaveeacho
had occasion to use it anrid in every case ithas had te
desiredeffect.
John F. Towner A.. Payne,
Cah h \t |||,,|.,.|P
CaH. iii.h William K. Wilson,
ff. 4,Ii I ('trles Armoitage,
Jesse P. bri,:httford,
John P. II.,I C..,i.
T l.I Thomas CoIWay.
.I, H. tr,:,.r, J.S. Hanz
F. G. Waters M. Gist.
Mrs. E. Shaw ,. T. Dickinson
Jesse l.i.itl, W. Carson.
Frances Dawes,
S. BALTmoRE, Nov. I'1837.
Having been afflicted.I Teilleirort lfor
the last twenty years. at li n'- oii tli ere
cures and found noreli i. dhirt gHrisinrfr
the Tetter," I was ii..du.I., try it. anirii
have the desired effect. 1-orthe brii0oIoe
suffered from thesame cr-. I ri.i sgni name
LI1.IZA BETiS1R-M
The above remedy ra, be piCr at the Drugstore
ofR. H. COLEMAN & CO. 13Balmorestreet, and
SETH S, HANCE. corner o arl ad Pratt a,


RAIL R
ANNAPOLIS AND ELK RIDGE RAIL
HO N 1.


-viB,_ rl,,-n Itt.h l 1 hIe tthePre-
sident and Directors have rolled
That on Saturday the 26th it.ddilytheraf,
at 6 o'clock, A. M. a train o Cars will leave the
i, ,,-i%" Depot at Annrli id reahhe jucio
.-i' Ii- t'altimore and 1. i ,n i time
to connect with the train, asWashiglon
tor Baltimore at the same hour.
The returning train will leave the Copany's De-
pot at Ihejunction of the two Roas immediately ater
the arrival at that place of the train wich leaves Bal-
timore for .i, at A. M.
A t 3 o'clock I'. MA. another train will leave the De-
pot at Annapolis and reach the epot at the junction
in time to connect with the evening trinsrom Bal-
timore and Washington, and will return to Annapolis
immediately after exchanging -g withthose
trains.
The Company's Locomotives are in charge of skilful
and experienced Engineers. Its cars are commodious
and well built. Every possible attention will epaid
to the comltoit of passengers. All possible care will
be taken by the Company to ensure the safe trans-
portation and delivery of baggage.
The rates for transportation of Passengers are as
follows
For the whole distance between the cities of
\,aI[.lr l ;more,2ll,00m
For i, -i. the ci tt ,.r-iies of
Annapolis and Washington,2,50
For any shorter distance attheate of six and a quar-
ter cents per mile.
Tickets may be obtained at the offices of the Balti-
more and Ohio alad Road Company in Baltimore an
W1 .,i .i,. whichh will eale the holders to travel
f .1 .ll ,+tli cha .Ii ti the line to Anna-
polis. And in like ii.,. i officeofthis Co-
pany, inr \,,,,, .1,., Tickets
which i,,II. to travel fre of all other
charge to Baltimore or Iyorder,
SOM ERVILE I lN k NLV, President
de 28 d2
BATiMOE & SUSQU ANNA RAIL ROAD


T IILl. ".tli,, ii. 11- lw.
to YORK and %V%,hhl',l V 11.1 anCO-
LUMBIA,-startingfrom the Ticket Office corer
of North ...rees, at9o'cock, A. ....
FROM \ ik I WRIGHTSVILLE adCO-
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clock, P.M. Returning, leave Co-
lumbia for York at lI o'clock, P. M. and York r
Baltimore at 3 oclockP. .
By this arrangement a connection is formed with
Cars, ;.: ,. and (Canal Boats to an from Philadel-
phia, Lancaster, Harrisbigarisle, &c. &c. and
with Boats to Pittsbrg.
Goods intended for transportation to any point on
this Road, will be receive t th Belvidere Depot,
North street %i. i, Ionlyetwenthe hours of
A. M. and 4 1' A ticket, sating the kind and
quantity, to whom, and by wo sent, must accom
pany the articles, and it a receipts required, on
must also be sent I'frhe Ag to sign.
0,3-lt is also 7. t. ili,, nut that in eve-
ry instance it will be expect that the asporaio
and charges will be pomiptly pd on delivery all
Goods, and that no drawback will be allowed for a-
mages, ifnot claimed within 24 ors ate the de-
livery ofthe gods.
S y-N.iii: in I.e torn the line
of i,. -ro..l. l.i,,. orkad Baltimore unless
freight is preio y paid.
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O F 1t I -.t i r *I iP,,Rn t L
Ohio, and .. i Branch Rail Roads.
IST JANUARY, 184.
MAIN STEM
FROM BALTIRE
H.
For Ellicott's Mill, at 7 A. M.
do do 0P.M.
Frederick, 7 15 A. ,
do 330P.M.
Harper's Ferry," 7 A. .
FOR BALTIMORE.
H.H
From Ellicott's Mills, at 8 A. M.
do 130P.M.
Frederick, 101A.
do 10 0P. .
Harper's Ferry 8 30 A. M.
"WASHINGTON BRANCH.'
FROM BALTIMORE.
H..
For Washington, at 9 00 A. M.
do 00 M.
FOR BALTIMORE.
H..
From Washington, at A.M.
do 400PM.
Passengers by the morning train from Washington
can connect with the Western train at e Relay
House;-arind those destined South, who may come by
the trainm hm Harper's Ferry and Frederick, reach
(tie Relay House in ample time to connect wihthe e-
vening train for Washina,. .Byorder,
ja5 B( I Passenger Agent.
I.\ Ll 1(:ININ T N IN L 4'Lot'K
lHIILAt.l'LI IllI.\ \ l.11 NIBALII-
MORE RA.IL

l g'll1" l'.t.'l -i'S<.Ll*
I I '1 1 i M ii [* .%
,,,ii..... .I z n on'clock-the passengers will ie at
%i ilnii, i.., and reach Philadelphia about fur o'-
clock, P. MAl. iii time lor the afternoon Cars to New
York.
The regulations heretotbfe adopted by ths Compa-
ny bfor *i.,- atlen ommoodation 1 r.
ease al, I il,T\ I .I securityof,;.e,
will be cotin .
8W-Colored Passengers must apply fr tickesate
office before 8 o'clock.
%*Packaves intended for the passenger train, must
be lelt previous to 8 o'clock.
d..*J __2 ..PRS_ __A
Ie -23_ PidsAiA.CRAWFORI, Agent.
PIll 17JlDI6l'tl 7iitt
RAIL ROAD COMPANY
n

-l 11 I.I.. lii li INlil I I IN
I'l I 'l I 1 *:l l,. ,,i tl ,, I 0
I)AILY, Sundnays excepted, fori-ti iiof
Merchandize and coinmodi
Goods will also be receive
spective stations on the ro
accommodate
O It is also respectful
transportation charges on g
i l, I !,'.t ,i', we s c ,l w w
.l~t t,.. *,..h~,.,., trnso ted-ieyo Iegos
'A,';nri tieo .-ii i,.,,i haurs
A. CRAWFOR
Philad. W. & It
Baltimore, Dec. lith. 1
GHL:AT I.L IAI I N
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VILKAVKELLIRS between
1 and South West, are in
line of Rail Road and Ste
now in operation between
Georgia, via the Wilming
rolina and Georgia Rail R
by Halifax, Waynesboro
Charleston, Aiken and H
Gr.. n-l.,.i.l.t a o
I!-i.T,,,'-, Li.I miles- lare
mington road and steam boat
Carolina rail road, 136 mil
100 mil
From tre South Carolina r
stages to Savannah, Ga. fio
miles; a daily line of -lt t i
Orangebuig, (to which [| L
40 miles, taking pas feenge
all the upper iI'i iir, .i C
line from Aiken for Greenv
try in Nort