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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


V'OL. JL..YMIIS. _______. ..


B.IL, TI.IORE:::. TIE 9D. j...OR.vI.'G, FEBRIU.IR V IS4.


.1 0. 14843


... .nBLaal.6D i,1B.RY Oa'Stc.',l r l
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4- BOSE,
No. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORM.
Dailr p3per, a dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
nit Ae city-all new advertisements appear in boti
papers.
A LMONDS-76 trails soft shell ALMONIDS, for
Ialt lby LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 15 8t Exchange Place.
S lOt'l.Ii-,S-lD-tl'i'LfVl\-.i'N.EIl). -f prime
Quality, for sale by G. B. WiT SON,
fe 15 Pdif Chas. at. opposite R. it I)ii.,
Lt-)U I .U R --LLD 'it,,i i-.h ii,-l," I, .. ..lie
by 1. R. VI'hES 1 E .R-5
lbi 15 lower eid Commerce street.
SO' 0 !Ot1 N-37 h.I...- -i..S I I.ipl i.1i i I'I 1 l N.
Sin lo0e an-i i,-,r nil, a L sAM I.. I F i,.
le 15 d8t P 55 Smith's whf.
IA VAt OFFEi.-5it, l.i., I i i,.-vernment Java,
Imr.0rletl Ihlo' Itolui', 'i-u-. r male by
I.- I, _______ _V. II .I IvTTY & CO.
It-1 I M I.; C LO s' R.N .D -in, ru,-| i..--DL In
-C,--,uIdl t.l., rtrin rll-1". .,- i,
Ife 15 d4t JOHN BOGGS & CO.
R ICL -4: lluci:- ,ii .... ii\- l, ill i-., for sale
IL I..MN tLl'l ,I I INGS,
be 15 8t Etchn. Plmce
N .. LONID IlNII LI''L .IVl--",'i,,., .t
CULLINGS, Common and Pannel, for sale by
fe 15 d4t JOHN BOGGS & ('i.
W HtrELINII,, PI R1,. OHIO, IL-
W LINOIS & INII\NA B \Mk NOTES, tor
sale by fte 15 _____ JOHNS'ITON & LEE,
S.O. O X IIII-- ...- per Serene
1 l irn lii'm l h'ci-. f .i .-- i y
te 15 5\ M l I \ l-i Illt iN.
KEGiN IU L.1RlI1-- l- ie r-I
100 Di..\i- I.Y 1 1 F ---. lIN.,
Ie 15 lT N -- ". B. ,,.i ,rui- T.
Is 11111. B O1l5 ;?.LAa'LS
4 M W -ui Silpu-iipriur imlun1ilv, ini -tii- ,ii,, lr --ln i
fe 15 WVil, (L.HARRISON.
llj ii sG% t.IC-.r-;N RIO COFFKE-
g looL J 1i.I r- .eisd 1 -" Ar;-i and for sale by
fe 15 55 l iV HARRISON
G I-'.IKmIr L.'l llIill-.-J. U. HIn-ll.., ...... g.
Su.l, lalup. .-a .,-.. n-I
j 'i I . '\ Ii I I *)i .Ir"-Ir -,'re Ti.
OU I L.A S(t. IN.-L.-.i.i u--u-i..r II -un-
gla-s tlnri. c -.'.l-I i lly 'r r =,- .i .I-- I1, r- lt L,-
In k1'.\5 H IIs i.l k, 1 ,r,..i-- -i..
EESV.' X,Jr. 0.-i.I-s
BI ItH I I L.A D & PEARCE,
ja 8 dtf Commerce st.
'f'EW E HOPS.-8 bales new HOPS, for sale low
.11 to close sales by JAMES BRUNDIGE,
fe 13 d4t 68 South st. S. of Pratt.
d OA .E; S 1 L'T-18,000 bushels Coarse Sdall
C- stored at Chase's wharf-For sale hy
THORN DIKE CHASE, cr
fe 15 CLARK S KEI.OGG.
S 4 s0 1 Iro --t- "i, n I ,. i- I inr liif r;._. i LI.lii.I i .,i-
ton, of the new crop; lr sale by
WM. A. MOALE,
T' fe 15 4t 95 Bowly's wharf.
f I.< i ls7G'-ie. t,il.-, i.1;c--- *.i .t N'S^
BAGS, tfor sale by
S LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 15 Exchange Place.
P L.%'ls'N it- i., ii-, f.i. .,iihoad, in lots
1 .Lo suiit pil ciias-F. f'i -r sale by
G B. WIL Ll-iN & CO. Charles Street,
fe 15 Opposite Rail Road Depot.
STHITE FAMILY FLOL'R-.U'LIC-,ill
WHITE ROCHESTER FLOUR, for sale by
G. B. WILSON & CO., Charles st.
fe 15 P dif opposite Rail Road Depot.
Oi"bd0H IN.11. U PLI-.' i OR UA .-\_N
1S41115 9 Ilin. HillI;Nl--br tl.- hy
DRAKELY &kl- N I (tIN,
fe 15 4t N. ?8?21 Balliinmore st.
EIM P-5j u-u.i It .--... a" H Il'
I3 40 bales Manilla do
For sale by LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fet 5 Exchange Place.
H TOWARD STRKt.T F LOUR 400 barreis
Strong FLliU I;t, -cl,l- for Bakers, for sale by
G. %. S IL->_N & Ct)., Chailes st.
fe' 15S P .1.f 1 i," I.-' i l!.,,,i lu > [.-i,
O I. I) -l' 'l 'A I -t i .... h I., _,'ir Il--i-,,,v
A Ware CI,-Iig-, well assorteil; for sale by
WM.A. MOALE,
fe 15 4t__ 95 Bowly's whLuf.
l oLAS.SEN_-30i ii0-. 0A tienc es, [hick west
lindia lUl4l..s.n-Fr... .I. by
G. B. WILSON &CO.
Chh' a rl- mi ] ,- I I. ...
A C k"NA LI-
b il ) ,l I .i V er p ,- I li 1 n
750 Sacles Ground Alum-For sAle by
fe 15 W. i. BEA'r I'Y S CO.
I K-k F % I N t:--I", quarter cesks i. iu\l ,il-
i gi %t IN E., II..-lii,'. brand, lorsale by'
LAMBERT IIIf IN .4,
fe 15 6"- h ,,I-i'-. P,-
JA l'K .N 1 1.1-- r-- -.h : 'li', .\1.1, ,..1,.,,, 1
i l meuucrd pr cc- i, I .i.- by
i. ii \\ lj.,- N & CO Charles st.
S fe 15 dif P opposnie Rtail Roatil Depot.
1LOiL'It"II1LS DRIL- i EAC1i-aa
00 200 .. A PPLES.
For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
fe 15 4t No. 282 Baltimuore st.
HOK UNU it0 '--_ i- i liiiTh i,-i n-. 1- i
lots to suit purchasers, and low to close, by
GEO. M. ROBER'ISON,
fe 9 d4t 0S S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
IQUORIECk PASTE;-20 cases Sicily LI-
QUUORICE PASTE, in store and tor sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
fe 9 d8t P No. 53 Smith's wharf.
OI)LIING (iLL) Il't-A I-il. ,.l-i-i ,,I 11-
Sarticle from the best and most approved tabric,
for sale by C. W, KA RTHAUS,
jai '8 9 Commerce st.
k i-A A i- i, -- .IL...
AI 130 boxes super. White Havana SUGAR,
139 do. do. Yellow do. do.
For sale by LAMBERT GITTINGS,
f 5 8t Exchange Place.
1 4G, BARIRON & BLOOMaS-
50 tons Foundry Pig IRON
20 tons assorted Hammered Bar Iron,
15 tons Biooms, good 'uuality, tor sale by
G. B. WII.SON & CO.
fe 15 d P opposite Rail Road DIepot.
I DIGO.--
Manilla )
Bengal INDIGO, in store and for sale by
Caracas )
SAMUEL GETTING,
Fe 15 d8tt P No. 55 Smitli's wiarf.
100 F;'.I.. 5l.A iL I.'i i-T IK -j,.
Family use-
200 kegs WESTERN do.
3000 lbs. prime Western FEATHERS
-For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
fe 15 41 No. 282 Baltimore st.
PERNAMBUCO SUGAR-
400 bbls. Pernambuco new crop Wbite SU-
900 bags SGAR. Cargo of schr. Juslinma, le-
presented to be ofsuperio- ,q4i iTi, --,. nr-ii' ."i .nd
for sale by LLt,\ I \Hi itlIN-,i'N,
i fe 3 . .. .. .' I'urnm ,,-, -ir, .
.3 ilIIiS "It Ii itliuit M'll-aLI .v
.3.. 50 barrels ito do
20 do Ohd \l..inio .+b. I-, ,]it,
100 do Suprilmin- 1."i'I IH, j,, i .i-eived
and for sale by I. -l.\ lI.l-.i l iIa LY,
ja_29 121 North Howarit st.
iUN i'O$'al0 l, IplL'itIl I L & I Oll, G
^. HYSON of the fiurest quality, at ttie old prices
Finilies would do well to supply themselves aa.
an advance in price must soon take place.:
H. POLLOCK,
ja 28 10 Bait. st. near Bridge.
^HAIKAERS' It-K4BS.--'1'Ie subScilberoa lbas
I9 been appointed A, ent, tor this City, tor the sale
of SHAKERS' HERBS, put up by the United So-
ciety at Lebanon, New York, and has just received
a full supply. Orders for any quantity will be sup-
plied at the Society's prices.
P.S. CHAPPELL,
ja 18 Druagist No. 170 Baltimore street.


C !k BIiNElA' i LtiNI'l lUit I.'--i .,ic 1 .0... r
at the shortest notice at Ware Room on Fayette
street, near Gay street.
i IN STORE.
Superior SOFAS, arid Mahog,\ ;H ',IltS,
Venitian BLINDS, and I) l'Ti I N N,
BEDSTEADS, COTS, BED "01 .\ ,.:.
Orders executed promptly by
jy 28 HY. S. SHRYROCK, Agent.
i-- kDOZ. assorted Cordial, sur-eror to any
1.00Limported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do KenImel
5 do Wit.e Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMA ND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
BALTIMORE FINE AND FANCY SOAP
MANUF CtORI.
No. 14 Pleasant street, t,,- ,- i 1i'ti,.i, and North.
J.'RAN'IS I1VYDE & O S in.',- always on
I1.1M m iu l r I l,:-
DI P'D V.% N ,ILKS, all sizes
S White Varie.aie.l and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do ido do. in lb S& lb lumps
Shippin asitIl R l.iilin, Si I-\ P, also,
Fadrcy SO I I'S, ofevery description.
oc 11 dltf
G ,C-:RIMAN LINEtNS--
. Burlapm N I. :.. i '-1.
F LAXEN IhU IL \P- N.- I ,,r,.
TWIILLEL LINELN il-, i,..,i)
BRUWN Lim-n; ('dlri,-".) .' :-,-I lii,-i i i
do do 60 to 100
Bleached T. -kl.:.b-In;;., i.,, very'low prices
Brown lR(I.LL
l-' irtl i- enini
'rea a ha MI.II.\I\
L|'i.IoB-c, red and blue and white Checked
Bielefield LINEN,-In.store and tiur sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 15 14t P 31 Soutb Charles st.
B IG. ;I I'lN N, ls. i;, .t. .-ffers folbr
sale-
200 bags Gov't. Java COFFEE
175 bags Old While COFFEE
20 boxes Havana %\ hlie t.Lit; R;
17 sacks Guavaquil I1 .'m ki
40 bbls New Orleans MOLASSES
7 hbd 5 bbl Sulsiar House MOLASSES
8 bbli Nulm--g.',5 baskets Champagne Wine
6 e-o,-r.. (Ciataca. INDIGO
50 halt kegs Malaga GRAPES
Madeira amid Sher, y 5 IN E.. inr, bottles
Yuraing Iysnn, ;.niil Gunpowder TE .S, in
crapslts, half chests and boxes, &c. &c.
fa d


J ON:S.' AND IAH,.WAVSN AMEHIRCAN
LUSTRE, icr cleaning Grates and Stoves.
H. POLLOCK,
fe 6 10 Baltimore st. near ithe Bridge.
J i'I.NS0U.'1 'Oi-4itlING FLUID FOR
C1.ESNING BRASS, the best arttcle for the
purpo',e in, ih. c..ury H. POLLOCK,
fe 6 10 Baltimnre st. near Bridge.
t I L> !r... i - C i.,-. I',lrj,'-' ril,,; \Vl ,l,,,. i', P jll-.
GL.OVES, embracing a variety of styles and pri-
ces. Just received at private sale by
HOFFAIANS & CO.
fe 5 5 North Charles st.


t96k VBBlS MESS PORK
1W 113 dto No I do
50 do Prime do. A good lot,just
received, inspected andt offered, for sale by
fe 12 HUGH JENKINS, Commerce st. whf.
CHOICE HAVANA AND PRINCIPLE SE-
GARS.
A SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
the Bridge, has in store and for sale on moder-
ate terms, a choice a-,l ,,i, lt. -,. tinent of finest
,quality Havana and Pri.,,,i .- i Ii ,R- ja29
HAVANA SEGARS.
-1 5 00 I. SUPERIOR Casadores and
Regalias SEGARS,
40,000 Canones do., wtich will be sold low to
close lots by CHARLES GEHRMANN,
fe 9 Exchange Place."
irlu t.X.*-', I--. w\\,-I, i.'in.,,i-n,, '2ii-.:- II..--
1Z/. lsida lillldad, o veiy Slupelio. qUIlaLy ior
r iiirin:
15tierces I',l.ri,..- .!.jr House, dto do-for
sale, low in lots i,'.. ,Al Lt
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
RANlY, &c.-
I"A. Seignette" brand, pipes, half & qr. casks
'Otard, Dupuy & Co." and "J. Hennessy's"
brands
White BRANDY 5th Proof.
Holland GIN. 'rI..AI.. ir% brand
Champagne 'A IN I'. ( I.)m.'- hrand. For sale by
ja22 J. M.l S.'l ;.HTLB. lt.,,w''I t.,if.
S IIHREAD LACE S N.-C ,. peo Li ..i. 'rid
. lor sale on liberal terms,
16 Cartoons conte. a sniendiid 'assortment of
THREAD LACES, 'LUII \t. AND INSERTING
which will be ohtld very low to I ..- ... n-ierm.-i t by
ERNEST A. Ill%.\NI,'.\ I 11.
Sfe 9 225t Baltimore st.
S'I Il IG ROPE,&c. --I- r.a i, ,,i-,,I ;ir.l
are iniaili.l,,i ,- i at our Walk, FISHING
ROPE of it,- le-tr Hu-i.r Hemp, and of all sizes,
which we warrant to be a superior article; also Gangs
of Rigging made to order, rr it..,.i,, i. rms. Apply
to JOHN UI-. NI*H= iN & CO.
ja 13 Ship ChanRWrs, &ke.. 71 Pratt sheet.
OURGLASS GIN.-Thesubscriber, sole a-
gent in this city for the sale ofthis popular and
excellent flavored GIN, has lately received per differ-
ent arrivals from Rotterdam, a prime lot of filty pipes,
which is offered to the iradet as a superior article.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 9 No. 9 Commerce st.
I1Lt K L I.:.. t .-- '...it. l ....1 11..1 I 1' h -
I 5 M h-h ,'I!, W \'III.II .in'l i,,nir, I .ll-,,p;
Fish and meat Sauces; Mustard; Cayenne Pepper,
&c. a fiesh supply just received and for sale by
EDWARDS COBB,
7 North Charles street,
ja27 opposite Union Bank.
CLOTHS AN D CASSIMIIERES.
HE ,,'md-i.-, i. .l I,'ive on hand an assortment of
super..'r t I(> I H-l -,. CASSIMERES which they
will sell at unusually low prices. Ladies wishing Cloths
for Cloaks, would do well to call and see as they can
be purchased at nett cost, from
W. W. LITTELL&CO.
ja 6 No. 51 Baltimore st.
ALLOWS MANUFACTORY.-We have
on hand a general assortment of Blacksmiths Bel-
lows, which we will warrant equal to any in the Uni-
ted States, at reduced prices. Also Kitchen, Chamber,
and Parlor Bellows, assorted prI-Olv t.
J. K. ST.P I'Lt:l' N.& SON,
258 Baltimore st.
f(- Bellows of all description repaired, de 9
'I 'F N Nr'NI" SCOTCI4 ALE.
HTIIE UNDERSIGNED I. i;-.. b.r-i, j'p.inil..
agents for the sale of J. & t. I -rni,.ril'. ,-.-b,:,-
tedl Ale lrom (,:.r.--.., beg leave to state that they
have on hand ;.,ri ,i 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 IIENRY THOMPSON t&SON.
(tl 1 i- ,1' tl)A .Nl NO N L..,l.I.i I l.
G O have ready and offer for sale,
20,000 lbs. HAMS
20,000 Ibs. SHOULDERS
2o,000 lbs. SIDES
30o) kegs No. I LARD
70 bbls do do
20 dto MESS PORK
10 tdo Rump fe 5
t.Aq E--In layge and small packages, prime arti-
l cle; SALTPETRE-30 bags crude
FLAXSEED-12 casks
WRAPPING PAPER-250 Reams
PORT WINE-in qr. caIsk
SE(;ARS-Havana, Regalia. &c. entitled to
Debenture-For sale in lots to suit and low by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
te 9 d4t 50 S. (;Gay st. next to Pratt.
+rw q I V ,"g . 6 e (0 %. J..I, ., t, ,2
XX ree'd.
Colored Canton Flannels
Dark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWLS, lir..--; -
Low priced Blue 1 Il.'l-!'
PlaidJ i ,ir, -. F.irniture CHINTZES
-11-.i onliand-
II. ,, Tickings; Brown DRILLS
( ,....i Paddings, Burlaps, all of which they
offer for sale. die 5 ___P
A Du r.t- 10Icasks "urnbro"'and "small O(t-
UA bro" MADD)ER landing from barque General
Harrison from Rotterdam, for -.,l. I%
I tll-.r. B. GRAF,
No. 38 Soul Ith Gay street.
IN STORE-10 casks low priced MADDER
35 pipt- hivh flavoured Hollandl Gin
**ii.i,. brand
S. cases superior Holland Sail Duck
50 boxes (I gross each) Harlem OIL
5 boxes assorted )Dutch CORDIALS
([.I ;,,' p ki., t ,.'. A, I I i 1 I Iq
125 barrels new Prime Pork
32 do dto Mess do
25,000 pounds Baltimore Smoked Shoulders and
ul ,Iiii ji,1 i I coun
16,000 [ .ii. I, ,ilir.hr, cired Sides
V5 barrels No. I L.ard
450 kegs No. I do. in handsome shipping
order. For sale by
ROBERT GARRETT & SONS,
le 4 P 32 N. Howard street.
TUMBLERS AND BOTTLES.
IIE subscribers tiave on hand and offer for sale
low to close sales.
7 boxes, heavy 1-3 pint TUMBLERS
40 dto do (t pint do
35 dto light pint do
5 do heavy pint do
5 do dto dto taper shape
50 Hampers Pint Porter Bottles
50 do Quart do do
80 do do Ale do
BRAUNS & FOCKE,
fp 8 No. 190' Baltimore st.
JOilN THEODORE KALL,
_No. 7 COMMERCE STREET,
Offers fbr sale on ..'...,,- Ill,- ii. -
1 *"Kf oEJ92:tcif t fSMlllSGARS
A1. ,W tXl-direct importation
60,010 Havana SEGARS do
22 tierces Cuba HONEY
30 thids Kentucky Leaf TOBACCO
15 bales black Lounsiana MOLASSES
25 casks Dutch Crop and Otnbro MADDER
30 do Pearl BARLEY
9 casks Fresh M \tF
50 boxes Gosher. H i .l- -,.
Together with a general assortment of German
Hardware. fe 5 eoltin
.P RINTIN G PAPERS-
2500rea~us News F,;tm ,,IX' i
800 do do ,I-- i\ '- .
750 do do do .i \ Ji
400 dto do do ,\ 11
800 do do do 22X32
450 ito do do ?- XT);
350 do do do "'\ .i'
200 do do do s< r
200 do do do 25X39
100 do ito dlo' 21X30
600 do Super royal do
2000 do Medium and Royal do -On band ant for
sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No. 21 South Charles street.
L.- Mv ... -"iI,. '- 1,,..I,,,i.' >l.,ilV.l l'.i ll. I.-
6000 Ibs. GLUE, of good quality
275 reams SANDPAPER
30) kegs best Eas eru Nails
9 bales new HOPS


60 boxes Colegates STARCH
63 boxes FIG BLUE
150 do Bakers and Laphams No.I Chocola e
20 dto Homepathic and spiced do
30 do Bakers prepared COCOA
500 reams Wrappine 1
t100 bundles S. Leaf
i'w re-inm inp'l. and Medium iPAPER. For
-,, t .......j,-- B. Box ; sale by
25 do .- ,liiu., I
50 reamns ... J *
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 68 South st. near Pratt.
SHOES, HIATS, CAPS, BONNE'tS, &c
C. H. CARROLL. & TINGES,
N. W. Corner of Baltimore 4 Liberty sts r(up slatir.)
OFFER FOR SALE BY THE PACKAGE OR DOZEN
9 j). CASES SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BUN-
0.f NETS, &c.-Received direct from the
manufacturers, comprising an assortment of
MFNS. BOys AND YOUTHS
Fine and ( ..,r-'Pl i. I t, thick BROGANS,
Call and Kip Monroes and SHOES, &c., &c.
WOMVENS AND MISSES
Kid, Morocco, Seal and Lastina SLIPPERS,
File Kid, Seal and Morocco % if., l.eather. Sew'd
and peg'd Welts, Leather and Gaiter BOOTS, &c.
CHI LDRENS
Leather and Morocco BOOTS and Ankleties,
ALSO -
Russia, Muskrat, Coney, Silk.
While and Black Wool an i HATS,
White and col'd Palm Leaf)
Otter, Fur, Seal, Muskrat,)
Meno and Boys Hair Seal, C'.\ P',
Cloth and Sealette, )
Florence Braid, 7 and 11 raid, 'N N ET-;
Col'd braid, Tuscan ard Fancy 5 t NNT
Palm Leaf HOODS, various shapes and qualities,
LEGHORNS, iM tlItlLl.\.. -h.,e Thread,
TRUNKS, Hor" rn..i.,. i.nri PAPER, &c.
The above Goodls were selected for the-Country
trade, arid will be sold on the usual credit, or for cash
at fair prices.( d P se 25
I N.SiCED 01UIL-i-i, Dli-,I-,lI sdlt i.)
l e 11 HARVEY SHAW, 35 West Pratt st.


SLUE AND SAND PAPER-
G5000 lbs. GLUE of good quality
225 reams SANDPAPER. For sale by
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
fe 13 d4t 68 South at. S. of Pratt.
BACON.
90 400k0j[k LBS. Frederick County Cured
0i.0 0 BACON, hog round, of superior
quality, either for shipping or family use-just recei-
veil and for sale by WILLIAM ALLEN,
fe 10 123 N. Howard street near Franklin.
(* BASKETS CHAMPAGNE, ot the old
t295 established and justly celebrated Anchor
brand, of which wine we always have a supply, for
sale upon liberal credit by the regular agents.
HYATT & STUMP,
fe 4 -58 South sat.
PATENT COTTON SEINE TWINE.
ilfE SUBSCRIBERS, Agents for the sale of
Clarksons' Patent COTTON TWINE have now
on hand a complete assortment ol this very superior
article, which they offer to Fishermen and others on
liberal terms. SELLMAN & CROOK,
fi- 10 dim corner South and Pralt streets.


B LANKE'TS-The subscribers have on hand a
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 belt Whitney Blankets.
SANGSTON, WHITELEY & CO.
de 18 dtf P No. 175 Baltimore street.
FPREDERICK COUNTY BACON.
1[B ;* i0 ti LES. FREDERICK CO.
I J JBACON, hog round, well cut and
bright colors-put up expressly tor Family use, ofthe
besi quality ol Cornfed Pork, for sale by
ROSS & GARROTT,
fe Hollingsworth sat.
BOTT LES--
90 hampers common Wine BOTTLES
35 do patent do
40 do do Ale do
For sale low to close, by
F. RODEWALD &D1DIER,
f" 11 dim No. II Hanover street.
UTTER. BACON, VENISON, &c.
tS0 kegs 2(1 and 3d quality BUTTER
4 boxes Roll do
3000 Ibs. Bacon Hams, Shoulders and Middlings
31 Saddles arind Hams VENISON
8 kegs LARD, fiorm Carroll Countv, receiving
and for sale by HISER & BESORE,
fe 11t corner Howard and Fayette st.
C IOCOLATE, SPICES, &c.-
'500 boxes CHOCOLATE
100 ke-gs GROUND GINGER
50 do dto 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.
CHEAP IRISH LINENS.
UST received from Auction, aLot of Irish Lin-
ens .,ei ..'a f,'-i. 2'2 to 75 cents-Also DI.i !'k
Table Li, -,i a. I N.pi,'iin all sizes; Linen Sheetings
21 and 3 yds. wide: some extra fine with a large as-
sorlment of Cotton Sheetings and Long Cloth Shirt-
ings very cheap at the cheap store of
JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No 57 Baltimore street,
fe8 P 1 door above Tripollet's Alley.
S UGAR, MOLASSES, COFFEE, &vc -
l 35 hhds N. 0. UUGAR, part of superior quality
*10 do do MOLASSES.
10 do Cuba do new crop
150 bags Rio Green COFFEE, part low priced and
part superior
100 bags Laguayra do
10I do St. Domingo do
25 bags Java do
1000 loaves refined SUGAR. On hand and for sale
low by WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 13 P Lombard near Light st.
G ERIMAN HARDWARE-HReceived per
Clementine, and for sale on liberal terms-
2 casks German LOCKS
2 do do LATCHES
1 do BRACES
3 to Coffee MILLS
3 do Lancaster and German LAMPS
1 dIo Dog CHAINS
1 do (C' C I I' %l1 -E.S
2 boxes SCISSORS, assorted
3 do Curtain ORNAMENTS
2 do 0o POLES.
ERNEST A. HENNIGS & CO.
fe 9 2251 Bait. st.
REStI FRUITS, &te-
Palermo ORANGES-1500 boxes
do LEMONS-800 boxes
Messina ORANGES-500 boxes
do LEMO)NS-300 boxes
FILBERTS-120 bags
WALNUTS-70 bags
ALMONDS-30 bags
Essence BEIRGAMOT-2 cases, 40 lb. each
]li.iIQ i-l" E PASTE-o10 cases
I I I l-0i- .-- boxes
POMICE STONE-15 lihds.
FIGS-500 drums, superior
TAMARINDS-100 kegs
I,,ll|INl NUTS-500 bags
i,.-l. % I % \C-300 bags
PRUNES-20 cases
RAISINS-7000 boxes
RAISINS-300kegs. For sale by
fe J I J. COSBY, Commerce at.
J FURNEY GROVE,21 SOUTH CHARLES
e STREET, offers for sale at wholesale
Gelatine Capsules
Irish Moss No. I and 2
English Rhubarb
Aloes, Il. .,o',. S4oc. and Barb
Purple I.LH- i% N
Red Oxy'd IRON
Oxalic Acid
L.amp Black in paper and bulk
Ivory do
Drops and Patent do
Asphaltum
Senna Bombay
do E.1.
Pink Root washed
\\ r.l -.:, .1 Mortars
li.i 1 I ,I,-.. I 1OIL1
Japan, Coach and Furniture Varnishes.
T-.-TI,-'' with a general assortment ot DYE-
.I iF-.-. ja29 _
F. W. DAMMANN.
IIP,')lbhRIF; "F GERMAN DRY GOODS,
.\,i I '*-.,.', Charles street, up Stairs.
AS received by late arrivals and offers for sale
on cheap terms, the following assortment of
seawon-ble DRY GOODS.
BURLAPS No. 1,2, and 3
Tt'. il.i- ,ira, r WESER LINEN
A i,,.,l-..i'.i. i ofCotton HOSIERY, viz.
Womens white, black and colored Cotton HOSE
Mens white, brown, blue mixed and black Cotton
half HOSE
Childrenis HOSE, &c.
4 cases Cotton GLOVES and SHAWLS
2 cases Silk and Cotton fancy SHA WLS
6 cases Pullicat, Madras, aad Foulard 1- I DKFS
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 barrels best quality STARCH
fe 8 d2w
BUltiAP'S, COTTON IHOSIEfRY, &c.
URLAPS-Nos. 1,2,3&4
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
linen TAPES & BOBBINS
COTTON FRINGES, assorted; 4 4 OIL CLOTH
Oil Cloth Table COVERS, painted and bronze metal
print
Fancy SILK SHAWLS, assorted sizes
D)o COTTON do do do
White andi Brown THREAD GLOVES
do Open work COTTON do
Bleached TICKLENBERGS-
Do ROLLS, for Towelling
Sail DuCK, assorted qua.
A trill assortment of Women's, Men's hnd Child's
COI'TON HOSE. Just received and for sale on li-
beral terms by ALBERS &S CO.
fe It dttM 2 German st.
W ET[IERALL & HOFFMAN, No. 215
Baltimore street, 1st uoor above -hap. offer
for sale the following Seasonable DRY Glt)l i)i
Rose and Whitney Blankets, 9-4, 11-4 and 12-4
Woolen ComfIrts; bl'k Lamb's Wool Hose
Kentucky Jeans; plain Linseys
Germantown Hose and half Hose
Men's and Ladiete' Kid Gloves
Merino and Broche Shawls
English and French MERINOS
Gro de Naps; Lustrirgs and Satins
Linen Camb'k, Hdkfs.; plain aol hem stiched
Red, White and Patent FLANNELS
Calicoes and Furniture PRINTS
Russia DIAPER and CRASH
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES CASSINET, ec.
All of which, with various other goods will be sold
ow, to reduce stock for Spring purchases, de 28
PRINTING PAPERS.


H ME TE R offers for sale at Warehouse No.
S 36 South Charles street-
PRINTING PAPER, 19 x24
Do 20 x241
)Do 21 x 28
.Do 22' x 321
Do 24 x28j
Do 24 x 34
D)o 24 x36
Do 27L x 37'
Do 28 x 38
Do 23 x271
Do 23 x25,
Do 24 x 38
Comprising a good assortment from course to super-
fine, all of wimch are now offered Ior sale low to close
hloti. ja 16 eo
BLUE AND DRAB SEWINGS, &c.
CASES BLUE SEWING SILKS,
t dto. DRAB do. do.
3 do. Printed Pongee HDKFS,
2 do. Pain Crimson do.
2 do. Black Furi,. I do.
5 do. Printed I.N\ % N-,
3 do. Plain Mouslinde Laines,
10 do. Printed do. do.
5 do. Emnroidered do. do-
5 do. Paris Printed MUSLINS,
3 do. Black Silk VELVET,
2 do. Plaid Gro de Naples 9-16 RIBBONS,
7 do. Plain black and col'd. Talffita do.
5 do. No.7, 9,12 and 10 Cap do.
3 do. I'l-i.,-, atin SHAWLS,
1 do. Fi-i Nik GLOVES,
1 do. Do. do. MITTS,
200 do. Domestic PRINTS, from various facto-
tories, just received by
fe 10 HARRISON & CO.


SADDLES, SADDLES.
Vl3HE SUBSCRIBERS i hiii;,,% to dispose o
JL. their present stockof Nn ID IL.L, 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 band, a very large stock of COACH, GIG
and SULKEY HARNESS. Persons about purchas-
inz. ar" reqnitedif to cill and examine our assortment,
r-.in,.i-.r-2 I,.- lIO ,.'. ever offered in this market,
r,-u.h5 r "2--"I-. I -".
Also LEATHER TRAVELLING TRUNKS of
all sizes, and shall be sold as low as can be purchased
in this or any other city. if it l-1..,l ..
i II, F.H-> I I.AA-llf.L,
no 14 190 Baltimore street
JOHIN !iME'1'Z,
P ROFESSOR OF MI'-1 t'i lo rmerly Profes-
sor of the Courts, ii l,.im il.,i Highnesses of
Stockholm Copeuhagen, Hanover, Frankrort on Main-
Cassel, etc.' I ,:. leave to inform his friends and
time public -- ., u-ru, that he, will instruct- on the
f..ll., iihi i. ..-uments, viz.-VIOLIN, FLUTE,
1 I. N .'.o L II., VIOLONC1LLO,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. Melz has for sale several Pianos of very ex-
cellent i4,3itlil. together with some very superior
Violins I. .. ji 30
REMOVAL.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS having removed from
Liberty Street to No. 150 Baltimore street, op-
posite I ,i6,, 1 i-i. offer for sale on accommodating
terms,
35 casks Sal Soda
160 barrels superior German Black Lead
10 casks P..'.'. i.-- Turmeric
8 Whit- [Ili ir.l Seed
15 Seroons Cochineal
l case Fresh Vanilla Beans
30 casks Potatoe Starch
500 lbs. Powered Jalap
250 oz. Otto of Rose
25 barn els Powdered Manganese
12 Casks Sugar of Lead
Besides a general assortment of Drugs, Chemi-
cals, Paints, Dye Stuffs, &c.
Also, of direct importations:
90 cases Hock Wine of superior quality, dlfferen'
brands, vintage 1834, warranted PURE
8 cases Tokay Cabinet Wines from Prince Es-
6 Eslauer terhazey.
For sale by G. & N. POPPLEIN.
se TO eo
TO FARMERSGARNKERKS & OTHERS
LIME-LIME-LIME.
I HAVE on hand and intend keeping a constant
supply ob first quality Allum Bottom and Oyster-
Shell LIME, for Building and Agricultural purposes.
equal at least to any ever offered to the public, and
which will be sold at the lowest possible prices for
cash.
The Allum Lime-stone is from thie celebrated quary
of Thomas Cockey,Esq., and can be furnished in any
quantity and the shortest notice fresh from the kiln.
Orders addressed to the subscriber at his dwelling
corner of Gay and Front streets, or at the Maryland
Coal Yard, South corner of the Basin anud Light sts.
and at Hush Dowling S Son's, FranKlin Lime Kilns,
cornerof Madison street, Baltimore, will be promptly
attended to. THOS. WILDEY,
oc 15 eo Agent for the Proprietors.
STEEi.
W ILSON, HAWKSWORTII & MOSS,
Manufacturers of Steel, Sheffield, England.
CAST STEEL of all sizes
Best Double refined Shear STEEL
GERMAN SI FEEL
Coach Spring do
Genuine (L) Blister STEEL
English Blister STEEI,.
The subscriber, agent for the above manufacturers
has on hand an assortment of Steel of their make
which he offers for sale on the most accommodating
terms, and is prepared to execute orders to any extent.
The celebrated shoe and Butcher knives of J. Wihlon
are manufactured by the senior partner from Wilson,
Hawklsworth & Moss's warranted Steel which is rlao
used by other well known Manufacturers in England;
but steel being an article which depends on its intrin-
sic merits, he only solicts a full and fair trial and
will warrant every Bar to be as represented.
SAM'L. POULTNEY,
oc 19 lomrbard st. near Lighi
ijHE SUBSCRIBER, being now in the Island oh
L Madeira, where he purposes to remain for a few
:rni tlt., b..s leave to inform those who may be in
T.I -i ih- Wines of lhe Island, that their orders, by
the Pipe, Hhd. or qr. Cask, will be received at his
Warehouse,No. 21 South street,and forwarded to him.
To ir.',ir- ,. who desire a selection of the very
choice-t \ .,. i,,- Island affords for their own table
in packages to suit them-as also to Hotel keep-
ers, such an opportunity has rarely occurred. From
more than twenty years experience as a wine merch-
ant in this city, together with a long residence in Ma-
deira, he flatters himself that ie will be able, in his
selections, to pleasethe taste of all, and will guarantee
the qualities of all Wines ordered ol him, to corres,
pond in every particular on the arrival with the repre-
sentation made. He can the more faithfully promise
this, as the selectionswill be made under his own per-
onal supervision, and as he is determined to ship no
Wines but what are highly approved of. L- '
As there ill health of the undersigned, before his de-
parture for the Islandl, prevented his seeingmany per-
sons who desired to avail themselves ot his choice-
he requests that those who have not already given in
their orders, will leave them, as above, as soon as
practicable, so as to ensure their fulfilment by an ear-
ly period in the Siird:
The different qi,.,iir- (ii %L %ir-, can be shown and
any other information -i -.%i. on application by letter
or otherwise, at my ,L i.: i-i Liquor Warehouse No.
21 South street. J. L. MI. SMITH.
RUBBERS.
1 ] fis l "i PAIRl GUM ELASTIC
Ladies SHOES, liner i,-J ta'-mii i-ti l',%Ili ,.;'j.
do do do do do do stamped
do do do do do do plain
do OVER SHOES. fi,,r-.l .r,.1 -lain
Men's heavy large LKR .lhU.._-. fig'd and plain.
The above comprises one of the best assortments
ever imported into this country, and are offered to the
trade ('- ite,- package only) on pleasing terms by the
subscriber, No. 200 Baltimore st. utip stairs.
oc 21 S. FARRINGTON.
NEW AND SPLENDID CARPETING-
N The subscriber has just received and will thisday
open a splendid assortment ofSAXONY,BRUSSELS,
THREE PLY & INGRAIN CARPETING. of new
and beautiful patterns; which together with his for-
mer stock, render his assortment as complete as that
of any house in this city, and will be sold on terms
that cannot tail to please; persons wishing to purchase
any article in the carpet line are invited to call and
judge tor themselves. RICHARD DUVALL,
se 7 P No. 210 Baltimore st,


G EORGE & YATES, No. 12 German st. have
received and offer for sale the following Spring
DRY GOODS-
PRINTS-New styles, bl'k and white,bl'k and Dove,
fancy and full Chintz and 9-8 plate Cam-
baic PRINTS
LAWNS-9-8 fancy, T'ripoli, and bl'k and white
WHITE GOODS-A full assortment of Jones' 4-4,
5-4 and Cambrics, Jaconets
Check and Spot Mulls, Book Cord and
Check. MUSLIN, spot and lace stripes
6-4 Cambric DIMITIES, ass'd qualities
Quilting PETTICOATS, &c.
GAMBROONS-Prince Albert, fancy Mixtures and
Imitation GAMBROONS
PRINTED QUILTINGS and Valencia VESTINGS
SPOOL COl'TON-Raworth's, 100, 200 & 300 yds.
Mitchell's, 290 yards.
400 pieces Wool bl'k, in green,brown, blue and Olive
superfine CLOTHS
100 pieces wool bl'k, blue and fancy Cassimeres.
ja 28 dlOt


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FRESH DRY GOODS.
F HIIOMAS ARMSTRONG, No. 157 Balti-
. mere street, has received and offers for sale a
handsome assortment of
3-4 andl 4-4 fresh Spring CHINTZES
Superior plain ground MOUSLINE DE LAINE
Do embroidered and plaid ito do
Black and blue SILKS, plain and figured
Thibet and Crape SHAWLS
SCARFS and RIBBONS
Embroidered (CAPES and COLLARS
Fig'd and plain Swiss M USLINS
Linen Cambrics and Linen Cambric HHDKFS
Silk, Merino and Cotton HOSIERY
Ladies' anid Gent's best Paris KID GLOVES
Thibet, Gauze i,.]J Siioi;,,a Flannels
CLOTHSandli \s ?'1l El I.', Silk VELVETS
Satin, Valencia anil Marseilles VESTINGS
Imperial QUILTS; Victoria SKIRTS
Damask Diaper and Napkins.
BONNETS.
Florence Braid and English Straw BONNETS
Gipsey and Bolivar I.e bhrn FLATS
French Artificial F]l., % .i.R, &c.
WET GOODS.
The remainder of the wet goods consisting of a few
pieces fine Linens, Brown Hollands and Jaconet
Cambrics, will be sold low, if applied for immediately
fe 81
TO DENTISTS.
1 t O STOCKTON'S PREMI-
10*000 UM PORCELAIN TEETH,
comprising an assortment of every shape and colour,
Pivot,Plate and Molars. Stockton's TEETH are used
by all the respectable dentists in this City and cannot
be surpassed, they are preferred for their very natu-
ral appearance and stand the blow pipe better than
those of any other manufacture. For sale Wholesale
and Retail by P. S. CHAPPELL,
No. 170 Baltimore street.
Refer to Dr. Harris, ) Surgeon Dentists of the Ci-
S Dr. Laroque, -ty, for the quality of Stock-
Dr. E. Noyes,) ton's Teeth.
ja 12 dif

TIN WARE, &c.
T HE SUBSCRIBER informs his friends and
the public that he has now on hand an exten-
sive assortment of all kinds of TIN WARE of his
own manufacture viz. Block Tin; Rivited, Japanned,
and plain TIN WARE,which will be sold onthe most
reasonable terms. Also a general assortment of TA-
BLE CUTLERY; Dixon'siBRITANIA WARE; Sil-
ver plated and german silver goods;ASTRAL LAMPS;
TEA TRAY and WAITERS; Brass Fenders; And-
irons; Shovels and Tongs, withia great variety of FAN-
CY HARDWARE.
Also TIN PLATE, 1C, IX, IXX, SDX, DX,
WIRE from No. 8 to 18. SHEET IRON; Iron tin'd
and black rivets; English BLOCK TIN in pigs and
bars-all of which is of his own importation and will
be sold at reduced prices, at his Ware Rooms, No. 10
Baltimore street, and No. 6 Harrison sheet.
JAMES CORTLAN,
Baltimore, Maryland,


PASSAGE FROM IRELAND.
J Persons in this Country desirous of secur*
i ing passage for their friends from Ireland, can
do so by applying to the subscriber, in first class ships
to sail from Liverpool (or Baltimore every month in
the year. Terms liberal and accommodating.
THOMAS B. ADAIR,
No, 6 Commerce street.
83-Drafts for small sums of money for the accom-
modation of Passengers, can be procured as above.
ja30 dim P


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, SILESIAS, BUCK-
RAM, CANVAS PADDING, No. 1 to 6 RED PAD-
DING, bestquality SEWING SILKS & THREAD;
Gilt, Silk, Bombazine and Lasting BUTTONS, a em-
plete assortment.
1200 doz. Parson's Spool COTTON, No. 12 to 100
400 do do do NANKEEN and ass'd colors
French, English and American CALICOES 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 1
5, 6, 10 and 12.4 LINEN SHEETINGS | a.
7, 8, 9 and 10-4 Damask TABLE DIAPER P
7, 8, 10 12,14 and 16-4 do do CLOTHS I
Birds Eye Diaper, Napkins and LAWNS' J '
Russia Diaper, Crash and SHEETING
HANDK'FS, Bandanna and Flag
do Pongee and Spittalfield
do Linen Cambic. &c.
A(complete 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 Duffil 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, $ all cols. and qualities
200 Glenrock and Rhode Island JEANS AND
KERSEYS, suitable for Negroesand labouring men.
ALSO.
6 k PACKAGES DOMESTIC GOODS,
9 2 50 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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OELRICTIS& ILI'RMIAN,
NO. 31 "j-I i IH CH.A'i I-.E- ST'-I F.Ef.
IMPORTERS OFG -1'RM A 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. I to 5.
or Silesias 5 do 40 60 to 100
6-4 Creas a la Morlaix
6-4 Flandersheling
Linen CHECKS, red air bline
White T.-lkl.i,bu,rs I.IEN'
Flaxen BlULA I-.-Nt,. I. .3
German li. un li i I I1
S and 4 4 liit, I.1 N .iS
26 inch Pomr- n L.,, CL.OTH
Twilled SILESIAS '
Damask andi liiapr I.irnri, Tabling 3- 1 24-4
Do NAPK I Ns. I
10-4 Brown Li,.i I .hiV ('l t- i;1M
Linen TICKI .Ni., w. mutt.-- .,.I.-
do do arid I \ ald
Men's, womer-'- ai-I illili ii', i lhie and black
Cotton HOSE .,,.i miIC'K
Schleicher's gP-u,,ue I,.-im PINS, No, 5
6 and 3 cordn white, black and coloured SPOOL
COTTON
Linen and Colton TAPES. ja 13
THOMAS& CO.
NO. 196 BALTI MO(E STREET,
Have lust received per Powhattan, from ].iverpool,
3B PACKAtES- AlAlUWARE-con-
1t05 sisting i.. t.1 ,, O..f. ..- i H INS,
Foster's kElwell'e sI1'.\ I'm.'. ,rnlhi,'; & IS aldron's
SCYTHES, RodgI' Il EI"tS, ., : ; together
with an extensive --i to o i ii, i.,i|-, which
they offer lor sale ou i Ihtm u-j-l..l L.-....mOIiii.h.it, terms
fe 5 _____ ____d
0 1111101li. ik cC 'IN t LL. N, 'r1. B liiiiu,,,U-
l -i. rl, rd5 r ;l 101 .jl ll Ie I',ll lu J. .lial.
GOOD 0 %,..
Super super. West of Englani CLOTHS
Light and Dark i I -i ,\1 Lh'_.
Silk and Valenti. \ I 6.:'11 NG
Black and blue bl.c!% Silk VELVIT4
Do do '-I Bsuts,.ti,.:. l'r-:ncli)
Silk, Worsted an -' ..n .mi tl.-
Blue black Poult .1i-' -ir. Itllcirnr l.Tm.riin. very supe-
rior Silk Twist; SMi,. V.li,.i j-u.i .,zi,,_ BHUTTONS
English and Frer, i \ II N; a.hr..... .iid Merino
HOSE;.plain anu liiht['.i 'ioi, E-I-, I... nhiiand hem.
sJiched Linen ai.',n- c,1 i lil .h lu.'n I ,mbric; fine
Irish LINEN-, l1!- i.4-n EtLI 'l -Ni.. Damask
NAPKINS; whi-r I. \NNE:l ; I.-d. ,-llow and
Green d W\'ii u.. I I, l.li B \ \N I. I .'ilk and
Cotton LI1'i-.l I.I A, ,.im St "I'-., ILK'-, &c.
je 12
OMENTIC GOuDS, COTTON YARN,
& --H,'i. -a mile arraungei4u, for the recep-
tion of L.- l:in- i ........ i,,1 d I.,1u.,, YARN. direct
from one of the best Factories, 1 am now enabled to
offer these goods to the public on the very lowest terms
which the market w iv al--ir
-i'N HAND-
3-4,7-8,4-4 and 5 4 i,.,L) bn,,., SHEETINGS
3.4,7-8,4-4 anid 5-4 heavy Bleached Shirting andl
SHEETINGS
New style low priced Domnestic PRINTS
Super aqd beautiful i,.etli aiil French ito
Russia and Scotch Si,.-i_,,, .,i1. DIAPERS
Super ribbed Gambroons andIBrown HOLLANDS
Barklie's extra heavy .--r11 n -ih I in-r lm.ii., ,
Cambric, Jaconet and Ni1,- Mli,.'Ul. N'-
Heavy Osnaburgs an hI -;..-m LRiLI.N
ii, i.-.l and plaid Satin.- .- 1 j I i j ,It.. miE'. \N ,
S'I-i, white, blackam I n ..li'. .il :.,i t ,I f riN
Ilalian ". ir.s Silks n.-i M ,iinr. i .I ;' i 11 M ; N 4
Silks. ,ii., Mouselines, Challys, &c.
MARYLAND PENITENTIARY GOODS.
With a very general assortment of Fresh SPRING
' ii DI_',. all of Which will be solid athe lowest prices.
i. ll o, B. H. R1CHA RDSON,
165 Baltimore, 3 doors below Charles street.
fe 12 RP 2mn ___
NO DAMAGED GOODS.
," DOZEN WHITE, BLACK AND
]U MIX'D COTTON HOSE
750 yards Irish LINEN, of superior finish
I case lowpriced MOUSLIN DE LAINE
206 peices Thread EDGINGS and LACES
Plaid, Figured anil striped Swiss M USIANS
Superior New York Mill SHEETING-Just re-
ceived and for sale at very reduced prices, by
B C. WRIGHT,
No. 151 Baltimore street.
fuj- Franklin Bank and Baltimore anid Ohio Railroad
Notes taken in exchange ior Goods.
fe 4 S 3teo


G. B. HOFFMAN & BROTHER.
H AVE received per Powhatan, Oxford and Pa-
trick Henry,
163 PACKAGES SPRING DRY-GOODS,
.163. NtConsisting in part of
New %1lei-. Lgiut and Drab Manchester Prints,
Leopaid ,.,.'l i. hii'. Figured Furniture do;
Victoria New Style Printed LAWNS
Satin Striped and Figured Colored MUSLINS
Rich three and jour colored Printed JACONETS
Melrose, Beyrout and French Printed LAWNS
Plain aud Twilled Summer CLOTHS
Fancy, Ribbed and Plain GAMBROONS
Grecian CASSIMERES, Fjr-cs Gotha CRAPES
Imperial Doeskins, .mir,gl- Mlili-I CASSI MERES
Silk Warped Indiana-, W.:...,-I CRAPES
Fancy Checked, and Bl'k and White Ginghams
-.ondon Printed Quiltings and Weltings
Barnsley White and Colored Linen DRILLINGS
Rich Silk Figured Valencia Vestings.'
Cambrics; Jaconets and Fancy Checked Cambrics;
Fancy mixed iand- lip,-I Cotton Drills;
Printed Silk .'-I' i.n-r,-u Bandannoes;
Verona Silk Fringed and hair corded CRAVATS;
Drab Genoa Cords; Black Cotton VELVETS;
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 PADDIENGS;
Super Linen Thread; Fringed Linen TOWELS;
Barnsley 10-4alJ I- "h.-.Ti,,.., Burds Eye DIAPER;
Thibet emb'd -.ili- I.il,,-1 !lk SHAWLS
Gauze Scarfs au-l HI-I-, Mulimh INSERTION, &c.
ja 25 2wP P
kJl;.% BOD)%, RIGGS & CO., No. 7GERMAN
SI I 1 V I, have received per ship Powbatan
from Liverpool,
450 PACKAGES SPRING DRY GOODS
4 0 -m.i i-nri Ihe following articles, viz,-
Col'd Cloil., li i\ N FINISH
Col'd and Black single Milled Cassimeres, NEW
*STYLES
Ginbroons-Diagonals-Ribb'd Stockinetts, Lastings
Summer Cloths-Imperial Worsted CRAPES
Wool Cashmeretts ) 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
CoI'd Casbans- Bl'k and White Roll'd Jaconets
Printed Marseilles and Weltings, Gotha Plaids
3 4 & 6-4 Red Paddings
New Style Fancy 1t. S. Bk. Col'd Prints
9-8 Printed Lawns and Jaconets
9-8 Superior Printed AMuslins-Furniture Chintz
6-4 Jaconet and Cambric Muslins-Ihyed Lawns
Black Tabby Velvetse-Victoria Robes
Furniture and Cambric Dimities
Linen Cambric Hkls-Cotton Bandannas
Printed Co0to Hkfs-Silk:Roslyn Checks
Superior Light and dark,col'd twili'd Silk Bandannas
Printed Saxonies-Linen Damasks
Brown and White Sheetings
Improved Canvass-ast'd Nos. of Canvas Paddings
Canvass for Sacking Bottoms, &c. &c.
ja27 d2w P
L.ITEST ARRIVALS OF SILK GOODS.
Ni DIPFENDERFFER & CO. have just
received by latest importation, and are now
opening at their Store, No. 43 BALTIMORE ST., a
large and splendid assortment of the newest and most
fasliiunable DRESS SILKS, which is composed of
very rich Satin striped 1-Helencia; Satin striped Glace
Faconne; Gro de AlgIers, very heavy; Satin Rep, fig-
ured and striped; Gro de Affrique; very rich new style
Lyonese; very splendid blue black Gro de Affrique;
Satin striped and figured Rep; figured Poult de Soi,
and Gro de Swiss; rich 4-4 black and blue black Gro
de Rhine, Poult de Soi, and Gro Ie Swiss; colored and
black Gro de Naples, in great variety.
MOUSELINE DE LANE An entire new style
(A Satin striped Monuseline de Laine, a new and very
beautiful style and superior quality, to which they
yery respectfully invite the attention ot their custom-
ers. No. 43 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe 8 4 doors above Gay st.
F RESH SPRING DRY GOODS-Just open-
ed and lor sale-
1 case Ottoman Chintz PRINTS, of new and beau-
tiful styles
1 Barklie's Irish Linen, in 1.2 ps. from 31 to
40 cts.
1 do fine do from 40 to 100
2 Wide Thread Laces, of rich and handsome
patterns
1 Medium Widths, a great variety of patterns
1 Narrow do. From 4 to 12j cts. per yard
12l,4jLin-,. :,- n, .-',. .-i l,, for pillow cases
Brown I- .iii., i.,. Ij St -ij1Sfirting Musliins
hlloiiln, Stripes, Bed Til
iii. c Cotton Hosiery rn S, &c. Which
will all be sold at the lowe llet prices, by
GwL07. KENNARD,
125 Baltimore st.
fe 6 nearly opposite the Museum.
ROBT. G. WARE
No. 202 Baltimnore street, (UP STAIRS.)
AS FOR SALE by the case or dozen-
2000 pair Mens thick peg'd & sol'd BROGANS
1500 Boys "" do
2000 Mens kip MONROES
510 sew'd do
500 fine calf sew'd S peg'd SHOES,
200 kip peg'd SHOES
2000 Boy Monroes &Brogans,sew'd& peg'd
1500 Youths dto do "
1000 Mens calf, kip, seal & thick BOOTS
2000 Womens peg'd & sew'd WELTS
500 o " BOOTS
400 Roan Roundls, (Broad)
300 Mens SLIPPERS
1000 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 Straw, Florence & Nun BONNETS
SHOE THREAD. TRUNKS. BLACKING, &c
OOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, AND
. BONNETS-On consignment, lorsale at man-
ufacturers prices by the package only
The subscribers have in store by late arrivals:
200 cases grained, and seal welt and pump sole
BOOTS peg'd
150 Kip welt BOOTS peg'd
100 Calf and pump sole BOOTS peg'd
50 fine sew'd stitched
50 Kip "
20 double soles utipper Calf " and
sewed
15 single "
300 comprising a general assortment of meng
women's arid children's SHOES
-ALSO-
I50 Palm HOODS
100 Florence 7-1; and Devon Braid Bonnets
50 low priced Tuscans, to close an invoice
100 Palm HATS assorted qualities
60 Fur and Russia HATS "
20 Wool do
MERRILL Sc HOTCHKISS,
fe 3 eo3m No. 23 South Charles st.


A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING &COACHLAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, fiom Bank lane to No. 16South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH, the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm ot CAMPBELL &.
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale,
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs, Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
VS\ -IN1".H, warranted equal to any in use.
ll. VIAE PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous friends for their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage, d? jais 15
BRUSH & BELLOWS FACTORY.
J K. STAPLETON & SON-No. 268
9 BALTIMORE STREET, (near Howard st.)
Have in Store the following articles, which they-offer
very low for cash and on the usual credit to town or
Country Merchants.
Sweeping BRUSHES, No. 2,3,5 and 6,
Chamber BROOMS, 2 sizes (very superior,)
Mill Brooms and Dusting BRUSHES, assorted sizes,
Scrubbing BRUSHES, 6,7,8, 10 and 12 rows.
CLAMPS, 6,7,8, 10 and 12 do.
Shoe Brushes, common size, middle and cov'd. backs,
Hatters BRUSHES, assorted,
Tanners, Blacking, Paste and Scouring BRUSHES,
Weavers Brushes, Horse BRUSHES, all sorts,
White wash 4, 5, 6,8, 10 anid 12 knotts,
Painters Brushes and Sash Tools, all sizes and quality'
Cloth BRUSHES, plain and fancy, all descriptions.
Head Tooth and Nail BRUSHES, assorted
Shaving BRUSHES, of every description,
Blacksmiths' BELLOWS, all sizes, warranted to the
purchaser, and at reducedprices.
Braziers' and Jewellers BELLOWS, ja 29
TO 'THE LADIES.
T PAIGE &s CO'., No. 121g Baltimore street,
S opposite the Museum, respectfully inform the
Ladies of Baltimore that they have just received from
New York a splendid lot of SILVER MOROCCO
SLIPPERS, a very beautiful and highly fashionable
article for Fancy Balls. Also, a large assortment of
white and black Satin, white and black Kid, French
Selett morning Slippers, a new and splendid article;
Ladies and Misses French BOOTS, Childiens Fancy
Boots; Lasting and Merino Gaiter Boots; together with
a complete assortment of Ladies, Misses and Childrens


work f eUIvery udescriptlion, wien are manlufIacI|lItured of
the choicest of French materials and warranted to be
superior to any in the city. The Ladies are respect-
fully requested to call and examine for themselves, be-
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Country Merchants can be supplied with all kinds
of Ladies work by tthe dozen or case. de 9
FAMILY CONFECTIONERk & CHRIST
MAS PRESENTS.
S ,IN R. GILES ever grateful for the liberal pa-
Wl ge bestowed on him, would most respectful-
ly beg lve to inform the ladies and gentlemen of
Baltimore, that he has received his Fall importation
of Fine FRENCH CONFECTIONERY and FAN-
CY ATTICLES, suitable for Christmas and New
Year's Presents, consisting in part of one of the rich-
est invoices ever offered to the citizens of Baltimore.
Clubs, Balls, Parties and Weddings supplied with all
kinds ot'f Family Contfectionery.
Ice C ream, Cakes, Pyramids, Jellies, Charlotte
Russe, &c. and every thing in his line at The shortest
notice and in the best manner, at No. 38 Baltimore st.
between Frederick and Gay.
N. B. FLAXSEED CANDY, a celebrated article
or Coughs, Colds, &c. de 15 3aw2m
COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARA-
BIC-For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Pains andl Soreness in the Breast, Influenza,
Consumption, Hoarseness, difficult Breathing, and
Diseases of the Breast and Lungs, generally.
Thit Syrup is composed of GUM ARABIC com
bined with such other remedies as have been found by
long experience, best calculated to afford relief in the
above named diseases. It is not trumpeted to the
world as a new discovery, or a specific, but as a re-
medy, prepared c,i?-iu.luin to the prescription of an
eminent Physician, which has often afforded relief,
when other remedies have been tried without the least
benefit.
It is particularly recommended to Physicians as a
Scientific preparation, ready at hand, and well calcu-
lqe to fulfil the purposes for which it is intended.
Prepared only by G.K. TYLER, corner ot East
Baltimore and High streets, Baltimore. For sale in
Washington by R. S. Patterson, and in Georgetown
by 0 M. Linthicum.uia 7
DAN SKIN'S
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT AND
FURNISHING STORE, i
NO. 194 BALTIMORE ST WEST OF CHAS.
STREET.
T HE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the
gentlemen of Baltimore and its vicinity that he
lias opened the above elegant establishment, and will
in future be enabled to furnish them with HATS su-
perior in style and quality to any heretofore offered tor
sale in this city.
ALSO
Fine Linen andi Muslin SHIRTS, made to fit in su-
perior style
Paris Kid Gloves, fine colors $1 per pair
Under Shirts and Diawers of various kinds
Woollen, Merino, Cotton and Silk Hosiery
Gum Elastic and other SUSPENDERS
Silk HDKFS. hemmed
Satin figured CRAVATS
Fancy Opera Ties
Black Italian and Satin Cravats
Cocoa, Ebony and other CANES
Morning Gowns-and a variety of other Goods suit-
able for Gentlemen.
The prices at this establishment mill be uniform
and as low as the quality can be sold at retail in this
city. WASHINGTON A. DANSKIN.
ja27
LINENS, LINENS,
OBERT HILL, No. 73 Ballimore st. nearly
opposite Holliday st. has just received and open-
ed'this day a lot of Barklies Soft Finished Irish LIN-
ENS. Warranted all pure Linen, (and not damaged)
from 37 cts to 75, which they can with safety recom-
mend to their friends and customers-those in want
will do well to call soon.
CAIso, superior Long CLOTH, and New York Mills
MUSLIN, perfectly undressed, for shirting, and ma-
ny other new and desirable GOODS, which will be
sold bargains. Call and see for yourselves.
te 5 R. HILL, No. 75 Baltimore st.
REMOVAL.
I1HE subscriber has removed his STEAM CARD
FACTORY, LEATHER STORE and MANU-
FACTURERS WAREHOUSE from Nos.89 and 102
West Pratt street, to the new yellow building, corner
of Eutaw st. and Carpenter Alley, between Pratt and
Lombard street.
Having all things put in complete order, he is now
prepared to furnish Card Clothing of superior quality,
and all Nos. from 15 to 34 inclusive'.
Also on band a large and general assortment of
Manufacturers articles, such as Picker, Lace and
Roller Leather Reeds, Shuttles, (all kinds) Pickers,
Roller Cloth, Russia Isinglass, (warranted genuine)
Bobbins, (Warp and Filling) Harness, (Cotton and
Worsted) Washers, (all sizes) Emery, (ass'd Nos.)
Potato Starch, Card Plvers, Comb Plate, Cleaning
Combs, Glass Steps, Brushes of all kinds used in
Cotton or Woollen Mills.
Belt Leather of superior quality,Belts made to or-
der, from 1 to 20 inches wide, and any length, cemen-
ted and sewed, afor driving Steam Engines, Cotton
and Woollen Mills, Saw Mills, &c. and Also, Eleva-
tors for Grist Mills.
All of which will be furnished on accommodating
terms by JOHN H. HASKELL.
ja 1 P eo4t
GRAPE BRAND SPARKLING CHAM-
PAGNE.-Ample supplies at all times on hand
in quart and pint bottles, warranted in fine condition,
of the well known original "GRAPE BRAND"
Sparkling Champagne from J. PERRIER, SON &
CO., at Chalons sur Maine. The subscriber being
sole agent for the sale in this market on consignment,
as also for the same quality Champagne under the
"CHAMPAGNE GLASS" Brand.
IA fresh stock just landed, received from .Havre,
for sale en liberal credit, by
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
de 30 d4t R- Lombard street,


IRISH LINENS, BROWN HOLLANDS
&c.-The subscribers have on hand a genera
assortment of
Irish LINENS, Barklie'sbleach. all prices from 3t
cts to 100
Brown HOLLANDS do do 121 to 311 cts
Unbleached Table CLOTHS do 62 to $1
10-4 superior Linen SHEETING at 62j cts per yard
Superior 8-4 Damask Table LINEN at $1 do
10 cases Bleached MUSLINS, all prices, from 9 to
184 cts
5 cases Linen Cambric Hankfs do do do 181 to 50 do
1 do col'd CAMBRICS
I do bleached twill'd MUSLIN
I do Unbleached do
10 bales Unbleached MUSLINS, all prices
1 do Russia DIAPER
I do Methuen TICKING
CALICOES, CHECKS, PLAIDS, &c. all prices
Persons in want of any of the anove 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.
B BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
SSTREET, 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 full assortment Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish KnivesPock-
et Combs, Rogers, Stenton's, Anderson's CUTLERY
lI.ll.ii'T Perry's, Windle's, Warin's, Attwood's,
-Mii-t,-in, Chance's, Harwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannuis's STEEL PENS-together witlih a large
and complete assortment of JEWELRY and FANCY
STATIONARY, with other articles too numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call. and
examine lor themselves before purchasing elsewhere,
oc 24
DIVIDEND.
Office of the Philadelphia, Wilmingtsn and Baltimore
Rail Road Company.
WILMiNGTON, January llth, 1841.
[OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Stockhol-
I1 ders of this Company, that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors held this day, a dividend of three
percent, wasdeclei--,n ,'in 1i li .Il..i.,tlock of the Com-
pany lor the last s. x i,-li, hr, II JLle I Ithe Stockhold-
ers or their legal representatives, on and alter the 15th
day of February, 1841, atthe Offices of the Company,
in Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore.
And it was furtherordered that the transfer books of
the Capital Stock be closed on The first to the fifteenth
of'February, 1841, and thIe transfer books of the Loan,
redeemable in 1840, be closed on and after the 18th in-
stant, to the 1st ol February, 1841.
ja 15 dtl5thF J. WILSON WALLACE, Sec'y.


.A FOR VALPARAISOAND A MAR-
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 1st
uf March. For freight or passage, having superior
accommodations, apply to
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
ja 29 P No. 31 South Charles st.
a11o. FOR ANTWERP-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 Bt P 31 South Charles st.
-& FOR KINGSTON, JAMAICA-The
Fast sailing coppered & copper fastened schr.
.A.CALDWELL, will have immediate despatch
for the above port. For freight or passage apply to
E. P. nCOHEN,
fe 13 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
SFOR SALEM-The brig GENERtAL
BROOKS, Wier, master; is now loading, and.,
can take the bulk of 2 to0300 bbls, For freight, of
which apply to J. W. OSBORN,
fe 13 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
_iKg & FOK BOSTON--Regular Commercial
i Line-The packet brig BOSTON, R. C.
Smith, master; having part of her cargo engaged will
have despatch. For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS.
fe 13 d4t P 10 on iy'" %% h:,rl.
i FOR J BO'tOrNL-tn.iLu and Despatch
Line-The packrit brig I'HtiCTAW, Captain
Crowell; will have despatch. For freight or passage
apply on board at Bowly's aihatf, or to '
se I CLARK & KELWOGG.
FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Line-
a The brigMARY STANTON, (Capt. Beard;
will nave despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja 29 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
FOR BOSTON-Regular Line- -1iti,-
BALTIMORE, Harding, master; is now load-
ing and will sail in a few days. For balance of freight
or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
fe 15 P J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's whf.
Sf FOR PROVIDENCE, RI.1-Thenew
s&i ,r "I lIM HOtiPER, B. F. Howes,
master; having part ofjper cargo on board, will be des.
patched in a few days. For freight or passage apply
to THOMAS PI E.RCL,
fe 15 No. 9 Bowly's wharf.
FOR ALEXANDRIA, WASHING-
A TON& GEO. TOWN-The schooner LEO-
NA, Jas. Mitchell, master, will take freight for the
District of Columbia, and sail in a few days. For
freight apply to the Capt. or to
JOHN BOGOS & CO.
fe 15 d4t Spear's wharf
j FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The copper fastened and coppered brig
GI.KI RUDE, Moriaai,. butiinu 15, 1blihl. Apply
to the I.'apl. on board Smil'i. dioc1k, .r to
fe8 P J. CROSBY, Commerce st.
.j& FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
i- The coppered and copper fastened schooner
ORAZABO, about 700 bbls. burthen, and in complete
order for any voyage. Apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
te It d8t 6 Spear's wharf.
rA FOR FREIGt T OR CHARTER-
1tThe fast sailing copper fastened and coppered
big JANET,Landis, master; 9 months old, about 2000
bbls. burthen, and in complete order for any voyage.
Apply to B. BUCK & SON.
Ie t11 d4t No.75 Smith's wharf.
_Mx FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
iThe fast sailing copper fastened schr. T.R. '
iT T'ON, burthen 1000 bbls, Sam'l. M. Travers,
master; now ready to receive cargo.
THOSE. HOOPER,
fe 9 d4t 5 Spear's wharf.
FOR SALE TO CLOSE A CON-
S CERN-The last sailing copper fastened and
coppered brig ARGO, built in Matthews County,
Virginia, burthen 197 45-95 tons or 16S0 barrels, about
5 years old, re-coppered in November, 1838. Apply
to THOMAS WILSON &CO.
fe 13 d4t 48 South Gay st.
fi FOR SALE-A Baltimore built SCIR.
S of 800 bbls. copper fastened and coppered and
in good order, having just been thoroughly ,overhaul-
edand caulked. She will be sold a bargain. TIhe
present owner having no further employment for her,
Apply to W. RHOADS,
Ie 12 d6t 61 Smith's whf.
BALTIMORE COAL COMPANY.
A GENERAL MEETING of the Stockhold-
ers of this Company will be held at their office,
in Fayette street, on MONDAY the 1st of March
next, trom 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.
OFFICE OF THE BALTIMORE FIRE IN- )
SURANCE COMPANY,
February 13th, 1841.
NOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders that
conformably to the charter an election will be
held at the Company's Office, No, 20 South street, on
MONDAY, 1st March next, between the hours otlO
and 12 o'clock, for fifteen Directors.
The Transfer Books will be closed from the 20th
inst. antil the 7th March. By order,
fe 13 eolE 0. P. WIRGMAN, Sec'y.
REMOVAl.
IANGSTON & WHITELEX, have remov-
S ed from No. 1352 to No. 196 BALTIMORE
STREET, the store recently occupied by J. A.
Sangston & Co.
FRESH FALL DRY GOODS.
S&NGSTON, WH1TELE~Y4 CO. No. 195Balti-
more St., (the store recently occupied by J. A. SangO
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 for
sale on pleasing terms, in part of-
Fine,superfine and common CLOTHS, o(all colors
CASSIMERES, plain and fancy, including the
newest and most fashionable styles
SATINETTS, of all qualities, very cheap
Beaver CLOTHS; Pilot do; Flushings; KERSEYS
NEGRO CLOTHS, of various kinds
VESTINGS, Satin,Merino, Velvet and Swansdown
English MERINOS, 3-4 and 6.4
French MERINOS,of our own importation from the
manufactory ofPaturle, Lupin & Co. Paris
Matoni LUSTRINGS, and Lustring Cravats
Black and blue black GRO DE SOlE
Figured GRO DE NAPS
English and French BOMBAZINES
French CHINTZES 64; Turkey Red do do
English and American PRINTS
Cambric, Swiss, Book and Mull MUSLINS
Bishop LAWN; plain and figured Bobinetts
Silk, Cotton and Wollen HOSIERY
Satin and Lustring RIBBONS, Nos, Ij to 22
Cap and Bonnet do
Rich new style MOUSLAINE DE LANES
Blanket SHAWLS, 6.4, 7.4 and 8.4
Brocha 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
Linen Cambric Hdkfs, hemstiched and corded
Irish LINENS and Brown HOLLANDS
UMBRELLAS, silk and cotton, all si es, manufac-
tured to our order
BLA NKETS, a general assortment
BUTTONS; Parson's White and col'd Spool CQT-
TON
Also, a fall assortment of DOMESTIC GOODS,
such as brown and bleached Muslins; Plaids; Checks;
Linsevs; colored Cambrics; Bedticks, &c. &c., to-
gether with the various goods manufactured at the
Maryland Penitentiary, which we sell on consignment
at the Penitentiary prices.
Country and City dealers are respectfully invited to
examine our stock before purchasing. They will find
our prices low. se 10 tt
J. A. & G. B. SANGSTON & CO
No. 176 BALTIMORE STREET.
(LATE J. A. SANGSTONs & Co.)
ARE DAILY RECEIVING from Auction
and other sources, large additions to their exten-
sive and desirable stock of FALL & WINTER DRY
GOODS, and they leel 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 as favorable terms as any house in 4his


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FRANKLIN BANK.-The a
ing of the Stockholders of
timore was held yesterday
At a few minutes after the
by Dr. JAMES H. MCCUO
BOSE continued to
Dr. MCCULLOH, as Chairm
Committee of Investigation
meeting, made a written Re
sults of the asaminalioni ma
Bank. The same Report al
the Committee, as to the
the operations of the B
According to the bestju
the available assets of th
$677,487 65. Its liabilitie
25, and thus, after all th
paid, there will remain of
40. The details by which
this result are comprised
companying
The Committee estimate
$11.26 per share, without
Steinbergen, or the amou
upon the late C
In reference to the ques
continuing orof winding u
the Committee, after stat
come unanimously to the c
that the Bank be wound up
port a plan of proceeding
sion of their Report,the Co
tion that the stockholders
ly winding up their affairs
mately, should they re-co
on a capital of
After the Report was rea
carried to lay the
The following resolutions
GEOeRGE ROGERS, and, afte
vote on the second resolu
nays
Resolved, That it be rec
and Directors to apply fort
such a reduction of the ca
shall value each share
Resolved, that in the op
President and Directors p
to continue the liquidatio
bank, until in their opin
safely and prof
Resolved, That the Presi
thorised and requested to s
occupied by the Banking
thereof as they may deem ad
by autborised and request
house as may be, in their
further business ope
S Mr. R. B. DORSEY present
lutions which
Resolved, That a general
ers of the Franklin Bank
on the last Wednesday in M
Wednesday in Merch in eac
ter; at which meetings th
for the time being, shall
report of the situation of
clear and intelligible form
bilities-estimating the p
the Bank, -at their real
amount of loans made on
those on mortgage or pledg
loans under their approp
doubted, doubtful, and d
amount of suspended debt,
amount under judgment, to
further information which
to aid in giving a full and
condition of th
Resolved, that the Presid
port at the same time, whe
Bank who are required by t
give bond and security ann
formance of their duty, h
quisition, and it so to sta
of the bond given by each,
ti
Resolved, That the charte
Tided that discounts or loa
consisting of the President
ectors, teas thereby prohi
gating that power to the
Bank, or any smaller
Resolved, That it is rec
of this Bank to adopt a s
retrenchment in the manage
curtail the expenses of the
of all officers not indispe
duction on the salaries of a
can be done without detrim
Stockho
Mr. JAMses L. RI'DGELY of
lution, which
Resolved, that the Pres
Franklin Bank obtain fr
power to increase the ca
time, as may be found exp
original
The meeting t

Political Candour.-It is
justice, in politics as i
should be judged by their


graph from the New Hamp
31r. ISAAC HILL, indicates
opinion touching the cour
tion about to
"In its management of our
care more for the pecuniar
it will for the rights and
In its financial policy, it
ests and influence ot the b
lation, it will be ready t
the benefit of the rich. In
wasteful and extravagant b
Such at least, is ouropini
political history of the m
trol of affairs, for the ne
doubt but it will be fully j
There are, most probably
country whose interests a
to make opposition to Gen
tion, let its policy be wha
of faction-disciplinarians
the possession of power and
tum of all poli
With the great body of th
ferent spirit prevails, and
sition exists to judge th
candor. It is difficult fo
to entertain doubts of the
tions of Gen. HARRISON.
a second term-what then s
purpose of consulting the g
public m
Tne condition of things
his Administration will
will have many difficulties
set-a currency disordered,
confusion-a Treasury not
with responsibilities which
and a general uncertainty,
, evil, pervading all part
the measures best adapted
to the body politic. Thes
however, will be appreciate
them will be charged where
those who had the care of
the people for the condi
broug
Gen. HAMRISON will go in
confidence strongly with
nation now rest upon him.
will judge him fairly, Jet
they will. The Indication
condemn his measures in
known what they will be
pinds of impartial men an


Must beget a temper alto diff
which the over hasty ce

,I Special Election.-Toe
land has fixed a day for a s
in case that an Extra Sess
der it necessary. It mig
Legislature of Maryland
manner for such
In a number of States a sp
requisite, since many hav
tatives to the Twenty Sev
ral thing it would be good
the representatives to a n
the period ofthe old one ex
fourth of March as practi
ways be a Congress either i
vice.
We are.requested to sta
the Potomac is running re
Mails, and no interruptio
ic
The Lecture before the M
ation this evening will
JOHN P. KENNEDY. We nee
course will be worth

Dr. BAXLEY performed yes
cessful operation for s
In the Senate of Pennsylv
providing for t,'e construct
borough of York to connec
ley Railroad, was reject

Imprisonment for debt.
Hampshire have passed a
ment for debt. The same s
tion in the Legislature of
purpose has passed the Ho
soon, we presume, in the S
ed with the particular fea
eral object is one that is
we believe the public sen
York Courier and Enquirer
on imprisonm
If there is any one sub
been a striking revolution
the influences of modern civ
prisonment for debt. The
munity condemns the pun
crime; and revolts at the i
lon's infamy the consequence
the best man in the comm
worst. On the general sub
expressed our views at le
ot them necessary; but we
the opinion that public se
satisfied, until all laws a
ment ior any manner of ho
pealed, and until a clause
Constitution oftheUnion
citizen shall ever be rest
on the conviction ors
One great evil attending
that it places the enforce
of an interested party, an
tyranny ofpersonal vind
the supposition that nobo
by culpable improvidence
manifest injustice in suir
mercy or tyranny o

THE NEW SECRETARY
correspondent ofthe Nation
the following notice of the
ofthe gentleman upon who
the office of Secretary o
RISON
Messrs. GALES & SEATON:
frequently asked here, wit
is GEORGE E. BADGER, th
the office of Secretary of
of Newbern, in iNorth Caro
when he was a small boy.
and his friends aided him
tie obtained a license to
was 21 years old. His vi
intellect immediately gave
munity. He was, at an ea
of the Legislature of Nort
circumstances compelled h
itics, because he was poo
and two sisters to support
the profession of the law, a
creative practice. The Leg
a very young man, elected
charged his duties on the b
impartiality, giving entire
sion and the people. A se
mother and sisters, require
on the bench at a small sa
lents and extensive acqui
most lucrative practice. H
bench, and returned to
Mr. BADGE"R is justly re
ablest lawyers in the Uni
speaks longer than one ho
that space of time he will d
and often demolish a three
sary. When that accompli
jurist, WM. GASTON, was
though a much younger ma
val. If I had a cause in
States, I would as soon
as any lawyer in America.i
the British invaded the eas
na, Governor HAWKINS, wi
unteer militia, marched q
seaboard. In that exped
then about 19 years old,
by Major General JONES on
ed in the public service
took water, and saile
Mr. BADGER was an active
General JACKSON for the P
the leader of the Jackson p
wrote the address contain
prior to the elevation ol G
dency. The same party in
nominated him as a gentleman
to be Attorney General in
net. So, also, the Whig me
ture of North Carolina (wh
been for several years)
recommended Mr. BADGER a
make an able Attorney G
RnsON'S Adm
In the foregoing, it is no
BADGER as a mere lawyer
thought to which his mind
he has not exhibited the h
powers of intellect. If he
ment tendered to him, I ha
nor need his friends enterta
he will take the most m
statesmanlike views of all
as far as one man can do it,
that our rapidly increasin
merce, and the present stat
While he will bring these
views to the subject with a
he can also descend to the
minutest detail. He unites,
tion for the station he is
meridian and full vigor of
joys a purer and more spot
and honor. A Republ
I
Naval.-The Norfolk Beacon
order has been received to
line DELAWARE up to the
to equipping her for sea. I
tion is for the Mediterrane
time of whose cruize wi
We also learn that the P
place of the Delaware as
will be under the comma
has exhibited so much abi


in behalf of the Naval App

Among the appointments
announced in the Globe is
at Annap

CLAIMS ON MEXICO.-T
issued by the Board of C
Mexico, is published for th
cern
Official notice is hereby
tizens whose claims are
Commission, now sitting
Convention of the llth oAt A
of the Board, the memori
which they rely to substan
quired to be in both the S
ges; and that all documents.
petitions designed to be laid
will be received by it, ifse
apartment. As the duration
rhe Convention, it is impo
have not yet appeared, tha
in preparing and presenting
dera

Veto.-The Bill which pas
gislature changing the mo
Commissioners has been
In his message on the sub
thi
The appointing power i
part of the Executive duti
crease its amount, nor even
vested in the Governor, wh
cised elsewhere. If a cha
the prosperity ofthe public
er of appointment of Canal
in the hands of the Execu
retail
Let it go directly to the
nual elections. The Legisla
me ready to co-operate with
ple to elect all officers w
cially provided tor in the C
sanction alaw which takes
the executive, but of the
the Legislature not contem
and which in my judgment,
power by the Legislature,
ever indisposed I may be t
the executive, it is my sworn
of the people from legislate
intend t
National ourtesy.-Capta
brig Woodbine, at Halifax
Annatto Bay via Matanzas,
nult., off the Isle of Pine
nian, Captain Wilkinson,
la, who seeing the Woodbin
put three men on board,
days-during which time th
Frequently


Twenty Sixt
SECOND
YESTERDAY'S
Correspondence
WASHINGTON,
UNITED STA
Mr. BUCHANAN present
ly signedby citizens of P
gress to put the country i
erection and improvement of
ing of steam batteries, th
ships of the first class, a
morial was commended to th
Mr. STURGEON of Pa. pr
Philadelphia, praying for
tom H
Mr. LINN of Missouri,
gainet the introducti
Mr. HUNTINGDON of Co
rial from Pennsylvania, aga
Seneca treaty, Many memo
ed upon this subject
A number of memorials w
day upon various objects
ral of them upon the subje
Bi
HARBOUR OF BALT
TIO
Mr. MERRICK present
Mayor and City Council o
praying for the erection o
Point Flats in Baltimora
read, and a motion made to
on Military
Mr. LINN moved its refer
Military affairs, and sug
should be defended or put
thewhele frontier, North
lions were needed,-five m
Mr. PRESTON said that
and the whole naval defence
dical change in consequence
tremendo
Mr. Preston spoke of the a
jectof these changes.. In
had been made,-so in Engla
all Europe. Before expen
upon old works, it was a
inquiry whether those im
consulted, Something sh
twenty.seven war vessels
land was to have thirty of
sels, and France was tal
vessels. England, too, h
ships on every sea, and in
lish Steam packet comin
America,could in a few day
sel o
Mr. Prestpn spoke at some
military condition of the
ments of Europe,-and all
anintimate knowledge of t
The memorial presented
re
REVOLUTIONARY BI
ANS.
Mr. WRIGHT, chairman o
nance,called up the appropri
of Repres
Mr. SEVIER of Ark., mad
position to one of the pro
makes an appropriation of
the Indians in Florida, W
would consider that provisi
to an attemptto buy the pe
ing offthe Indians. If the
thepurpose specified,he sh
ful peace. The Indians in Fl
and should be whipped. N
them or him, and if the G
ley and Harney, now com
five hundred men, and dri
erals and West Pointe
Mr. Sevier spoke twice a
cut right and left, re
Mr. LINN spoke generally
fare. He did not regard th
but as an expenditure, inc
cessary a
Mr. PRESTON, in the sa
appropriation as eminent
the country could not be s
The events in Florida wer
events of War. The Semi
marauders and refogeh, a
our borders and UbiTeo
tion of $100,000 I.rotrn
dians. Upon a point oT ho
he would cavil upon th
Mr. PIERCE of N. H. re
the military and the com
Senator from Arkansas.
upon the officers of the A
the facts in history. Mr.
instances of bravery in t
then defended t
Mr. BENTON anud Mr.
the appro
Mr. SEVIER again contain
much warmth of feeling.
properly connected with t
one objection to the Bill:
the appropriation proposed
try. In regard to fheaffai
been led into a hasty rema
say was that the army had
There had been no results b
sure of the country had b
da war. He woul4 see it
grant such an appropriatio
very dis
Mr. FULTON of Ark., z
colleague, and both wer
ANAN, who spoke again
Mr. KING of Ala. dread
as those which had been a
from Ar
Mr. PRESTON cited the
removal of the Cherokees
Senators was rather
The debate continued wi
out the day
POSTSCRIPT.-The amen
ate has been rejected by a
sion Bill and the additional
the Indians has therefore
gre
HOUSE OF REP
TENNESS
The bill in relation to t
rolina land claims was bro
after much controversy, a


Question, passed by
CIVIL AND DIP
The Chairman of the
Means called up the Bill,
civil and diplomatic exp
Objections were made-the s
ception ot Resolutions,-bu
Bill was brought
Various amendments were
discussed. A reduction of
holders was the last poin
some feeling, by Mess
MORGAN, DAVIS of

Naval.-The U. S. frigat
Louis, and schr. Sharik, we
26th last, all well. The Co
a cruise to the worthward,
two for the south. The S
sail for the Sandwich Is
thought would remain at C
the Constitution from th
vored with a list of the of
Commodore ALEX
Captain, Da
Lieutenants, Edward W
Darrah Shaw, William Smi
der Gibson, George McCr
Acting Master,
Purser, McKe
Surgeon Fleet,
Lieut Marines,
Ass't Surgeons, E, D.
Comn. Sec'y, Rob
Passed Mid. L. C. Sa
Midshipmen, W. C B. S.
H. Cooper, J. P. McFarl
shaw, C. W. Hays, A. R_
J. F. Sperry
Captain's Clerk
Boatswain, R
Gunner, G
( arpenter
Sailmaker,

SUPREME COURT OF
SATURDAy, FEBR
No. 35. Moses Gioves el al
Robert Slaughter. The ar
continued by Mr. Walker lot

MISSISSIPPI
On the 27th ult. the Mis
sentatives passed, by a large
solutions, declariiig that t
bound to redeem her bond
them and preserve her faith
situations to the contra
justice, honor
On the 30th the resolution
and requesting the Represen
gress to vote for a gener
by a vote
THE REV. MI. MAFrrFITT r
great success among the bo


Maryland Leg
Correspondence
ANMAPOLIS, Febr
HOMYE OF
When I closed my letter
of Mr. E. A. Lynch to make
ries the order of the day for
pending. The merits o1 th
to a discussion of several
was not closed for a consi
left, and when the vote wa
tion of Mr. E. A.Lynch to
the day for the 10tl of Ma
29 t
Mr. Williams presented t
Carroll of Somerset Coun
services to the Easte
Mr. W eems, Chairmanr
spections, delivered a repo
sult of the investigation
authorised to visit Baltimo
of the duty, which the ord
January had imp
The Committee have repo
1 requires some alteratio,
cost, agreeably to an es
sum of fourteen hundred a
two cents. And from a mi
house No. 3 the Committe
entire part of the old buil
require to be taken down a
ger safe. The Committee a
dientto reduce the outag
was read and made the or
day the 1
Mr.Holmes from the Commi
unfavorable report upon the
praying to be divorced fro
Mr. Frazier, Chairman of
as a substitute for said repo
divorce Henry Elliott of B
Celeste Elliott. On motio
port and substitute
On motion of Mr. Heard
consideration the report a
him on the 1st inst. as C
mittee on so much of the
lates to the toUcco trade.
were assented to. On mot
House took up for consider
Mr. Jones of Somerset fr
and Means supplementary t
to prevent obstruction in
Baltimore. The bill
Mr. Graves reported a bill
ganization ofthe City Cour
more prompt administration
On motion of Mr, Graves,
for Monday t
SMr. Graves obtained lea
files of the last session
an applicant for remunerat
husband during the Revolu
same be referred to the
Revolution
Mr. Graves presented the
Jno. Donney, Chas. Turner
incorporated as the Newin
Balti
Mr. Legrand presented t
Norman, praying to be plac
services rendered during
The bill reported by Mr.
tablish a uniform system o
lic on all protested Note
change, was taken up for
sent to t
Mr. Bowie, Chairman of
and Means, reported a bil
support of Government, w
to be p
On motion of Mr. Presstm
consideration the bill re
incorporate the Rose Hill
timore. Read second time a
The bill reported by Mr. L
Atlantic Mutual Insuran
was considered and
SEN
The Committee on Corpora
upon the bill to incorp
Beneficial Society of Bal
on the bill to incorporate
city of'Baltimore-sev

CITY C
In First Branch, F
Mr. Peregoy presented t
and others for a bridge o
Schroater and Wansbeck sts.
solution of inquiry as t
Mr. J. T. Brown called
Bloom street, w
Mr. Dallam called up th
streetwhichwas
Mr. J. T. Brown present
Barney and others, asking
ney for paving street
Mr. Pinkney presented a
liamson and James Swan fo
Mr. Cole proposed a resol
cost and capacity ot a ma
and Pratt streets.
The Mayor transmitted
Sykes and others relative
Mr. Dallarn made a report
alexander, relative to c
A message was received
proposing that the Counc
of the law now before the
of tolls on the Baltimor
proposition was adopted
bran
The resolution relative t
by the Baltimore and Oh
also passed by
Mr. Burns offered a reso
for a bridge over Chatswor
Adjou

The Norfolk Beacon state
in the morning about 4 o'c
ed States, of Baltimore,
about three miles to the
Smith's Island, in a snow s
All hands, seven in numb
the small boat, and after
succeeded in landing safe
nothing but wha
Capt. Smith and crew ret
ledgements to Capt. Hallet


ness and attention during

Capt. Mott, of schr. Lau
C.) bound to New York, ar
schr. Tigress, of Georgeto
her on the Middle Ground
at half past 5 on Wednesda
full of water. She left h
on board a cargo of lumber
bound to Baltimore; she
hence on Wednesday morni
ried away close to the de
side an(d it is supposed th
and reached the shore. Cap
blew very fresh from S. W
was the cause of her bein
placed in the hands of Mr
Beacon,

On Friday night last, as
shall House, was returning
boat, lying at the end of I
ly fell overboard, and
but for the activity an
s--.i H itl'a ,. .1 r.-.
mI, J-g,.ri- .,.i ,. to hisj res,.
with some difficulty. This
as we have heard, that A
the instrument, providential
in the same way.--

-./Arrest.-A man named
the Merchant's Bank of It
arrested on board the stea
on Wednesday, by two ge
who had pursued him. A
stolen, together with a ho
watches, were recovered,
had sent through Ohio. wer
We have Pot heard of any ot
bery.- Wheel
COUNTERFEIT I
The Wabash Courier of th
tence of counterfeit $50, I
of which is so perfect,that
struck from the same plat
Courier says: "Thle only ob
it is ashade darker,and the
better bodied. The filling
sily -xecuted, particularly
N.B. Palmer.
The Commissioners to ru
tween Texas and the Unite
on the survey, and it is th
about thr
TiHE RrSNrO GENERATION
bears, it is estimated, dail
New York, stealing every
hands on. Another detachme
the bags, baskets and bar
mense quantity by the "hom
tle at a time. Another set
nails, lead, and other arti
building.
From Port au Prince.-A
from Plot au Prince, 23.1i ul
sickly at triat place; seven
their officer


MONEY MATTERS-The
rer of yest
All is yet doubt and conf
cles. Nothing has been do
notes of the Bank of Unit
at 10 per cent. discount;
ed. United States hank
have a rumour to which we
that if the Legislature
States Bank 'to go into l
of that institution inte
and place the whole of thr
leges of the Batik of the U
incline to the opinion, ho
will make uno distinction
The Philadelphia Chron
The excitement in the m
increase, and circumstance
which, in forinertimes, wo
country in consternation,u
part oh the alarming epoch
tied aspect in relation to
the events of the past two
pends, in most cases, all t
chants, who were anticip
business. We know of m
clinging their visual sales on
ing even with their best ci
pearances, the Spring bus
ing, except cash sales, an
the present unsettled and
country, none will be so
West and South.West, the
form
The pressure in the mon
intense. That which was s
resumption, has been increa
S. Bank notes, which now
currency. Those whoheld -
inot ue their funds, unle
and others who held the no
to submit to the loss of fr
der to meet their engage
for paying 2 or 3 per cen
these rates. The City Ban
quired relief until the ac
kno
We have heard of several
York, onae of them the house
and Prime, bankers, stock
some of the Canadian andB
sive failure ot Pope andi A
rumored through the city I
ot their failure is stated .
$8o00
It is also rumored that an
been discovered in the U
doubt the truth
UNITED STATES BANK
the Directors of the Bank
prepared a memorial to th
forward, setting forth theb
to defeat their unparallele
cie payments, according to
of Februa
They have referred to t
New York to break down
Philadelphia, and have poi
ges which the comamonwea
f* nds oh the United Stat
said to be written with rem
facts which cannot fail to
of'its author. The Banik a
for the other banks, an

UNITED STATES AN
The discussion in the Hou
the Report of the Commit
was continued until half
noon, when the question o
decided by a vote of 103 t
low, to this paper, on whi
cer has the foll
THE UNITED STATES
We have no need to direc
to the proceedings in th
on Saturday, and especial
Committee on Foreign Rela
will ensure to it and to t
it an eage
Rarely within our exper
dinary report emanated
gress; and never certaiula
way into either branch of
under more singul
Of the report itself we sh
our readers to judge for
force ofargument, its felicit
ness of its tone to the gra
for thea, especially, to re
died arraignment of Britis
concern the United States,
intervention as regards th
heretoibre avowed and pr
point in the foreign pol
With regard to the weight
indication of the feelings
gislative body in which it
remarked, that it has the
of ihe Committee on Forei
reason alone ought never
has received no sanction
natives; and that, contrary
a large number of the Me
fled their utter repugnance
voting against thi
HOUSE OF REP
SATURDAY, Feb
Mr. PICKLNS, Iromn th
Affairs, made tihe following
to be p
The Committee on Forei
referred the Message of the
correspondence with the Br
to ,.- t-ii-ni,,,4 of the stea
mand made tor the liberal
Leod, respect
It appears thatthe steam
and destroyed in the month
committee are induced to be
case are as follows: The
possession of, a citizen o
ed from thire City of Buffal
the 29'h of December, 1837
falo. bound for Schlosser,
the Niagara river, and within
ten States. The original
run the boat between Buff
haps, from Black Hoci dam
it seem profitable, it was
Navy Island, and touch a
wan
Her owner was Mr.Wells, sa
tizeo of Buff.iloand it im o
ting up the boat wis one of
tirely. The excitement upon
tier, at this period, had c
neighborhood-some from c
ness-and others Irom taki
usual annd extraordinary co
gathered together at that
Island was 'nominally in
The owner of the Caroline
circumstances to make som
running her, as a terry bo
All these acts appear from
(see H. K. Dec. No. 302,
25th Congress,) and the
gal evidence to contradic
that any arms or munitions
boat, except, perhaps, on
piece h-hlnnsing to a pass
was t,. rnit ie- boat as a
the American side, to Na
sine. It is believed .that,
has tie right to trade in co
course, to seizure and con
the jurisdiction of either
What is contraband of wa
Treaty stipulalions freque
atd exclude others recogni
Trading in contraband art
vading the territory aird sa
dent power, whose private
run the hazards of such
there were no two foreign


but all concerned in the ou
the British jurisdiction, cl
in resistance ol the author
of the British empire. Eve
Cariline was engaged in co
with citizens who claimed
empire with those who wer
ficers of t
Abstractly speaking, how
decide whoi were right an
disputes ? And which portion
province must our citizen
nica'ion wilh ? But the bo
day as a ferry boal; and o
comnmenuceu :, ,.- ti.e
the whait in - .......i, n
,. i.- I, certainly o
..,, V N-. the insinuation
that Schloser was "nominal
the United States, may we
with equal tnrth say that
ly" within thie "territory"
lor at the period to which
elected there hiad as il-i i.,
ties as any portion -I ,,'-d
Yet British authority tho
Island, then in its "nomi
plenitude ot ils power, to ca
diction over American soil
ovef us that kind guardians
ability at that time to exte
territory, and which recom
much from its assurntiton a
la
The British Minister is p
roline a "piratical steambo
any one, no matter how h
that piiacy which thie law
nise as such. Pirates are
human race; and eminnent ju
vs-ine every sea aind coas
i', _c) comes under the con
nations. Even in the worst
be considered, those conne,
reoline were but aiders and
in rebellion. Anid the comnm
to know upon whini .,..iI -,
as piracy. Such u--i.. 11 e
case upon epithets, instead
even supposing it to he a "
sister asserts it to be; Ie
soil it fell under our so
ear th could righ
There is no doctrine mo
history, tbar, that every h
soil ot Gieat Britain isa i
tish law. Suppose one of
the banks of the Thames ari
and British citizens were as
the French Minister were t
der the orders of his Gove
was "piratical," and the c
laws-then there is not a
would not beat high to av
dicate the rights ot his co
law here. And there is no
ent with the separate ind
sanctions the pursuits of
arson o3tMer Inkoil dndJlti 1 o
01 liaL Coriledenacy. No


to a country than invasion
with impunity at one poin
can be done at another, and
it, finally sinks down int
a representation of the sta
and the conduct of those w
roline, had first been mad
of New York, or of the U
would have been some show
sovereignty and independence
treat us as an tqual. But in
authorities witlti contempt,
demand or repre
It was hoped that the ou
a party in sudden heat a
ownO i- i i i i But
vows a "r11.. .,-- was t
3 buying ttie costituted a u
Piovince," and again affirm
ot persons in her Aiajesty
ders of their super
S Itf this thad been thie fira
with Great Britain it ming
interest, but there is an a
tercourse with that great po
arid spirit oft independence
d esire to preserve peace,
do justice, and show that c
Shas always demanded fro
Sdo not desire to press vi
r ject, particularly as a dem
SGovernment upon the Gove
Sfor explanation as to the
e swer to which it is hope
As to the other points pr
Sby the British Minister t
ander McLeod, the commit
case to be, that the steamb
Stated before, and that a
Yoil; >;r.. r, mudered in th
S l -..... I,,i induce a bele
D criminis. He was at first
testimony being taken, wa
was alter wards arrested a s
i idence then presented, he
Trial. There was no invasi
s seize or take him. But
within our territory, he w
V of the United States, cha
might have been. We know
r would exempt a man from ar1
for offences ,,l s- i to b
S"peace and dL,,, of aSa
s ject ofGreat 1i. or,., o
crime at the in.- :.. r-i e.
SBritish Provimnim l llt,.
s any law That would justify
e him up without trial, at the
serlioni as to acts, of any
ment, If we had been at
t tain, and McLeod had commit
e then he might have fallen
h ions of war, and been tr
the United States Govern
- subject to the laws
S But as the alleged crinl
is charged to be iinr.rllf.
n found peace, it is a climb
n cerned, solely against the"
. State of New York, ,nd her
e complete amind exclusive.
8 such as to make a man hsih
s law-a pirate, in the leg
s then under the law of n
d conr:s and tribunals would
offence charged in this eas
time of peace, as far as thi
was one purely against th
clusively within ithe criminr
bunals of
The Minister, in his'let
, 1840, says: "it is quite
. not one of the party eng
the steamboat Caroline; an
upon which he has been i
- the perjured testimony o
. and theirabbettors," &c.
so; bat it would be asking
American court to yield j
Sup a prisonercharged wit
upon the mere ipse dixit
high in authority. Whether
guilty, is the very point
e alone have a ritit to deci
h tribunals over criminal ca
venues, are essential points
n Anrd it is a total misappreh
ot our system to suppose
the Federal Executive to a
or thwart the jurisdiction
power existed, and were exe
s ally overthrow, and upon i
S sovereignty and indepe
The Federal Executive mi
er to deliver up fugitive
e committed against a toren
s ii..i,' not be obligatory
i i, of treaty stipulation .
San Executive has general
e mant, until made binding
when the matter is revers
i I .i.n- h .it. justice lo
S .l:-i, p.... i, but fort ir
ed with ofie.: -ih Ihe p
of our own n 1 ,lit. ,, i
preposterous in the extre
were committed under the
thorities does riot alter Il
state of war. In such case
Sto deliver up could not be
Executive hr, tr
e It could c-.un t.- ,- ,', i
jurisdiction is clearly de
y slitution. Such, for in'tan
it i" ,.- r... i, ie cotjon d s
it IConsi" .tution.. CoO
ihose deiitiLned in the Cotun
- clearly under'lthe laws of1
s elusive jurisdictions., and i
Soffences against them, ar
sovereignty. It is not p
Y there is any treaty .,1.1
round is made; and .I, I .
system, has no power but
Constitution, or by speci
former it i? declared tha
S vested in a President of t
1 power is then to be pointed
laws rp...oe from time to
s as aoe i'a-, r.n proper
a Your committee deem it dan
n tive to exercise any power
conferred by treaty or by
Sany case in conflict witta
worse than dangerous;
d Butyour committee forb
e further at present, and
e touch on such clear quesn
n buithat in this case, the d
. been made by the accredie
Sand under circumstances o
- excite
S We have other points of d
I tain, which add interest t
S between us at present. N
Northwestern boundstfi
d her, and the subject is n
o cult. She has recently
- exencisent a power involvi
der the pretext oa suppress
which, if persevered in, w
- the coast of Atrica, and
- our rights as a maritime
- her intercourse wilh us, r
* our rights to property, o
- near one-half the State
which, considering her mi
a and her growing power in
last importance to ou
All these subjects make .
e at n,.1 i .culiar junctur
L'- .u.I-. this, we are bo
have, perhaps, the most
derrn nations. Our flais f
, ry sea, and bay, and i
iShe moves steadily upon
bition that knows no bound
* had a conflict ot interest
-po
t At this moment she pre
the spectacle of the great
power in combine
From ter vast possession
globe, and her peculiar
been made the reservoir
Her im ternal resources, s
with her capital, are bey
ral position, being ahout
gives her great control over
comm


Her military occupation of
nianli islands, and recently
ascendency on the Medit
while St. Helena and the
possession over the current
tensive coasts. Then Bomba
mense possession in the E
her recent movements in t
enable her to extend her po
that have slumbered for ag
ted magnifi-ence. She pos
to control the colnmrerce
Horn-while Trinidad gives
Carribean sea. Halifax
at another, stand out in
coast from one extr
Her positions all over the
in a military point of view
under arnni', Her continue
i-. .,. oli the East, only
,.,'il and to improve in
great armies and extensive
from the immense country
In Ithe present juncture o
overlook these titings.
brought us so near -...-' t
future conflict, war, ,.! ,
ted upon us with much mor
Avarice and ambition ar e
modern times, and it is va
state of things around us.
effect steam powA is to h
ifying the whole at of de
a great engine for again l
cing every thing to a conte
It that event it might be d
system of national defence
and exp
We have a deep stake in p
repose of the world wil not
certainly not tihe least de
nress, and a wise preparat
from such a catastrophe.
should ever prompt us to do
so no consideration on th
induce us to submit to pr
p. a, on earth, no matte
Your committee would concl
irmn belief that all our poi
lionorably and amicably atij i.
nmay long be preserved by
intig a liberal and generous
terests and feelings of bh
with the spirit and geni
Lit.i-d -. -.. 't.-Mrs.Chi
h a s .- .. j a u .- h e.. th e
Missions anJ theAmericanEd
ly, an estate worth probably
dollars; to the American i
dollars, and to hie Ameri
one thousai

03I-MISSIONARY NOTI
Missionary Society will ho
Methodist E. Church, Fa
DAY EVENING NEXT, 161h
M., when the report of th
and addresses delivered
and the Rev. Joseph A. M
Annual Conference-andil a c
o01 tihe lund olf thie Socie
full)i iteiled to aLLend


Married or, Thur'd.a reveeing,
Steele, JAMES- MIREl ER, of
ANN CATHARINE BROWN, )uo d
Brown, Eaq.
Married onThursday evening,
Reese, Jr. THOMAS HI. STA
FOREMAN, all
Died on the 14th inst. WA
the late John W. Keirle, Esq.
,.A r.- I....: ll ll) i.I a t i. ah]t"
-r : ,... l r 1 r 1..,i ihis t
wiltout fourth
Died or f o,.- ,, ,....i... 1
LET, it) t . l. .i .

,t'.Ill STOCK
i I I if UNITED ST
NIA are requested to at
NESDAY MORNING, at 1
change Hotel, on business
terest.
MERCANTILE LIBRA
The Tenth Lecture of 'the
TPIFn L'NI'tNI'. it' .
P. l'Ni-..%Lt.\. Z,, re-" t
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MECHANICAL LIBRA
The Committee on Lecture
nunce lhat the ninth Lectu
livered on WEDNESDA
inst. in the Univeisalist Ch
Hon. D. D. Barnard, ofe
moral Law of Politics, a
A limited number of sinrgl
one gentleman and two la
been issued
Ot3-Tickets for the remain
obtained lor $1.00 each, a
Jno. Cishing & Co., Knigh
Armstrong & Berry,
fel6 2t
NINTH WARD C
The Whig voters of the
to meet at the Liberty E
day) EVENING, at 7 o'clock
person for the Second Bran
fill the vacancy occasion
Harden, Esq. _____P
8r#-The Fifteenth Annua
dist Preachers Aid Society
at the Monument st. Ch
at 7 o
The Report of the Manage
be read andi a collection t
It is confidently expected
President of Dickinson Co
sal will address the meet
8u-The citizens will bear
Evening for the meeting o
purpose of organizing a S
merit of domestic manufactu
ly are invited to attend. Th
Mis. Temperley's, North
At an annual meeting
CITATION OF THE ME
held at the Library Room,
January, the following ge
cers lo
PRESI
HUGH DAV
VICE PR
THOMAS M
Treasurer-Ed. J. Dubois
man. Librarian
TRUSTEES
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LA
In accordance with instruct
1-1ifc,, on Tuesday evening
-t.,,- i.i. the Constitu
mittee hereby announ
MEETING will be hel
l6th inst., at 7 o'clock, a
Lyceum, basement of the U
ot Calvert and Pleasant sta
to become members of the A
tend. By o
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depi-ndent Engine Hous
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By order,
Financial
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OU-WHIGS OF THE
WARFS-You are requested
on WEDNESDAY EVENING
7 o'clock. Busihrass of th
be submitted to'y
te 16 tt
D-EIGHTH WARD T
An adjourned ihijh.i ,, c.
Gid. Brown's, .., 1 I
at 6l o'clock. Members are
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BALTIMOR
Office of the AaERIC
CATTLE.-The market wa
with Beef cattle, but pri
330 head that were offered
city butchers at prices v
$7,50 per 100 lbs. for str
were driven North, and t
market unsold. Live Hogs
to $6, pe
FLOUR.-The market for
dull, and the store pric
common brands. Sales are e
that rate, however, and pr
terest added. We note sal
rels to-day a1t $4.50 on ti
ceipt price continue
City Mills Flour is held a
$4,87 for extra, with
quite
GRAIN.-There is no c
Wheat-we quote nominally
last sale of white Corn wa
now afloat. We quote Oat
of Cloverseed ask $5,12i
strictly prime, but we hea
PROVISIONS.-The operate
day have been very small,
ar those at which the las
are the asking store rates n
viz: new Mess Pork at $15
No. 1 at $110.50 and Pr
more cured Hams Bacon at
81 cents; Western assorted
cents; Sides at 7- cents
ted at 7 cents. Western
at 8 cents and the last op
same description were at 6
quality. We quote the s
cents. Some holders of ver
7* cents. In Butter thare


quote the nominal price of
cents; No. 2 at 14I to 18 cen
Western is held at 7 to 8c
du
WHISKEY.-Holders are fi
221 a 23 cts. for bbla. The
demand at present. The w
cts. exclusive
BOSTON MARK
-. Q- ,. i,, 111. 1., -,
60 r1 ,, J ,, i .., r,ri..,, i 1
lo I I . "
Flour-The market is extremely
few sales tiut are making ar
and Ohio; eoimniio .r.d, ii,,Oo
.(' r i b., r bbl. ,.si. s
i 1- i ,r.. is less fbrinness
HtO s
G(rain-All kinds continue d
ward teendency. Closing tale
yellow 52c. Sales of Sout
Hides-10,000 Montevideo, par
1.;,. .1 "l e. ....
-~.- 1-.- .. i I, 00.boxesHt
stations. Htavana 91al00 for whit
hy auction of 70 aoxes Havana
7,75.- Dal
1,J ...1,

_____P|K '" tt,' [1.
front the Exci.ane Re
ARRI
(In tow of
Schr. Emily Ellicott, Laudea
bell, cofife, indigo, hides a
Son. i.-h-hr' 1, iif. mf.fi, f n,
days; l ito, 'l.-.ftr.. i.h.. ., .P
pluia, do; Kenawa,.lowiy, fr
leans, loading; Harvest, Weeks
plia, I. .i;.. Left ar iLaguay
cens, '.\ .k.,.,, from ind for
Stewart do. di,. |.h-, ." .. ,
York. 'le brige ... ,,.i ,. p i
8thi Jan. crm ing ot, 1 i .. in, 11.. i
.. ltailty tot
,r E, P.v Coihen, Tew, 12
antd salt, io E. P. Chen.
Capt. T-.,,ro i,,ph.,,a i,;, C i
anchor. :l.-H.. i ii,.. ir M
was 3 hours in getting her anc
fore and afit sehirs. Left baritqu
breeze and free oiif ice. Muc
0.-Tlhe river and bay are enti
can beseen, and vessels cannot
aid of the ice boats. The Bel
the barque Serene.
The steam-packet Pocahontas,
ed at Annapolis on Sunday. Re
down as Poplar Island. i.Ur',ia
The barque Mary, for New Or
from Baltimonre, we
Tie schr. ariet,W'e, I,. fi-,..
Into Norfolk 10th list.-r '..ri
which sustained damage in
The schr. Texas, Baker, for
dence l1
The schr. John, Si,ow, hencef
hole 21linst.

BOSfTON, Fb 13-Arr erhr.
I-I 'd. l.in, t .C lins .niI, ni
a tion, 6 a.6nr.ah;i ,lia nruar
ag ueg; achr. Julian Dulp, P
















NEWPORT, Feb. 11-Arr. barque Trinidad, fmn Trilnidad.
Lenf barque Penihea, for New Haven, via Porto Rico; brig
Black Hlawkh, ,.
Passed by at3 P. M. brig Splendid, from Mobile.
HOLMES' HOLE, Feb. 10-Arr. schr. Essex, from Rappa-
hannock for Boston.
Feb. t I-Arr. schr. John, from Baltimore for Salem.
POriTI. A 'a I. !-'b.. I i-Cui'd. Saimuel, Cuba.
NE wnu 'lyNFORT. Feb. 11i-Arr. Ellen, from Baltimore.
PROVIDENCE. Ftt. 11-Sl'8. brig Emerald, Matanzas;
Achr. Texas, Baltimore.
Office of it,. ..1,,,- t r Coommerce,
IN.\%. \ i,.E Feb. 13, P.M.
t'd. t,"qe QartiuA. Montevideo; brigs Florida, Apalachi-
cdola; New Jirf., i rit,.,, Sciensce, FaImnouth, Jam; Edward,
Charlaston; series. Bunker, Turks Island; Marietta Ryan,
Salilla River; Susan, Laguayra, P. R.
Below, 2 brigg.
SQuantities of drift ice in the Rtvr.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 1--Cl'd. brig Roman, Pilatka, Far
chres. Harriet Porter, Kingston, Ja; John Stull, Itierhmond.
NORFOLK, Feb. 10-Arr. schr. Harriet, from Savannah,
bound to Baltimore. Experienced very severe weather, in
which sustained damage in hull, sails and IaI"ri
SibhrB. David Attekins, from Provincetown; Di. i.li, do.
Sehr. Patriot, fon North River, Va. bound to Frankfort, Me.
The Bremen isole. Leontine and a ship from New York,
(probably the WVin. _'. Nye) have gone up James River.
Capt. Pierce, or the brig Osceeola, arrived at this port from
Tuwks II-i.d, reports that the British brig Leader, from St.
Arrnlrewa wnh caigoof lumber bound to Jamaica, was
wrecked on Turks Island 17th ult,-
"eh,. C.'ailir-,. II....I Boston.
.rFe. II- Arr. -. ,r. Example, from Nev York.
Schr. Mary Maria, from Th omaston.
Sebra. Medora, from Baltimore; Col. De Russey, do.
Schr. Preston, from Provincetown.
Feb. 12-Arr. schr. Conclusive, from Gloucester, Mass.
Schr. Equator, from Baltimore.
Sehr. Hadassah, hence for Alexandria. put back on account
of head winds. At 3 P. M. on Tuesday afternoon last, New
Point bearing W. S. W. distant 4 miles, fell in with schr.
Tigress, of Georgetown, dsamasted a short time previously,
and took from her the captain and crew. The Tigress arrived
here yesterday in tow of schr. Laurel.
8l'd. brig Sidney and schir. New Union, West Indies.
Toe barque Mary, for New Orleans, a brig and topsail schr.
from Baltimore, went io sea yest-,rday.
1I'd, sehr. Isaac Franklin, West Indies.

S1 OST yesterday, between Jolnson & Lee's office
.3LJ and Spear's wharf, a small pair of Steel SPEC-
T CLES. Thie fii.ei will TiIea, 1..- 'iner, -1 li. is
office. it I,- 't
IfR..A.'41U KI NOrFTE-i & mPLtll. iFj-j
f l'jOol iin c i n tiA nln r-v fl '-ic-
59,I9,6i ehl, cL Cr- Nail -,n
fi* sale by H. &. A. CARTER,
fe 16 74 Bowly's wharf.
I' ERLIN'f G PILLS, in sums to suit purcha-
sers. for sale by
fe 16 W. G. HARRISON.
PECIEI-$410 in SOVEREIGNS, lor sale by
J. W. OSBORN,
fe 16 82 Bowly's whf.
XUH AN GE ON BOSTON, for sale by
3 J. W. OSBORN,
fe 16 82 Bowly's whf.
V IRGI NIASI ONEY-Wanted bvy
H. WIGMAN,
te 16 opposite Post Office.
FRANKLIN BANKNOTES-Wanted by
F HI. WIGMAN,
fe 16 opposite Post Office.
1]HILADELPHIA F'UNIJS WANTEDI.-
SChecks and Bantik Notes on Philadelphia, want-
ed by Ie 16 JOHNSTON & ILEE.
TIDE WATER CANAL NOTES-Wanted
l by H. WIGMAN,
fe 16 opposite Post Office,
REASURY NOTES WANTED, anpiv to
Sfe 16 F. W. BRUNE& I.',N.
1 ISEED OIL-15 bbls for sale by
fe 16 P d4t J.J. CORNER & BtO.
ACON.-25,000 Ibs. BACON, hog round-For
sale by CRAWFORD & CARSON.
fe 16 d4t
B AGS.--Two, three and lour bushel Uununy Bags
.lB Two bushel Linen Bags-For sale by
fe 16 P d4t J. J. CORNER & BRO.
SUT['TER.-30 barrels of superior Roll BUT-
TER,and 100 kegs No.3 do-For salt by
le 16 4th P CRAWFOR)& 'CARSON.
COTTON tARN & SkINE TWINE-For
sale by J. J. CORNER & BRO.
fe 16 P d4t
G ROUND NU'l'S.-3nil bushels Groiul Nuts-
SFor sale by J. J. CORNER & BRO.
fe 16 P d4t
HOWAD STREET FLOUR, of choice
brands, daily receiving by
fe 16 ROSS I& GARROTT.
AVAL STO RES-OI all descriptions, lor sale
N1 by J.J. CORNER & BRO.
fe 16 P d4t
ICE-In tierces and hall tieices, part of superi-
or quality, for sale by '
fe 16 d4t 3 J. J: CORNER I BRO.
IC I;-b" i, -, cn r.lil1,c hlI E, .-u l L. -ol.J- i...v
to close sales by
le 16 JIJDAH 8L BLOCK.
'J KEGS GLADES BUTTER, No. 2 and
g o 3, lor sale by ROSS & GARROTT,
life 16 Hollingsworth st.
LOVERSnED-70 bushels prime Cloverseel,
just received, and for sale by
KERNAN & STILINGER,
fe 16 17 Snear's whf.
.OTTOiN-40 square bales Georgia anu southh
Carolina Uplandt COTTON, for sale by
R.& A. CARTER,
fa 16 74 Bowlv's whf.
A L I'- -IIcI IC,, I \ 1 I -- 1 I .,i,.' t. )
',.,,1 ,1 u'i. N i.I' .-i. I,' i .l
6000 bushels Turks Island SALTforsale
by J. J. CORNER & BRO.
fel6 d4t P
RODUCE-
10 bbls Fresh ROLL BUTTER
25,000 lbs WESTERN BACON-For sale by
WYLIE & WILSON,
fe 16 No. 278 Baltimore st.
10 0 00h V aO U i. t- I IlUi. N i.\lA'0,
u u Nos. 5 to l0
5.oni pounds CARPET CHAIN
For sale at I'cr...,. prices by
fe 16 JUDNH &. BLOCK.
S-I-l V! ENISON II AMS, superior quality,
,-I: for family use
1000 Ibs WOOL, assorted-For sale by
DRAKELY I FENTON,
fe 16 No 282 Baltimnore st.
SUSSIA HEMP-100 tons Riga Ryne, Outahot
.11, and Pass Hemp, of direct importation, in store
and for sale by OELRICHS & LURMAN,
No. 31 South Charles street.
ALSO-A small lot of Petersburg half clean Hemp
f' 16 14t
SHOVt & BAR LEAD-
Patent Shot, asserted sizes
do do Missouri, assorted
BAR LEAD in kegs, for sale by
SUMNER, ROBINSON &I CO.
fe 16 No. 15 Bowly's whf.
SUIPKlRIOI, NO. 1 HERRKINGs.
499BBLS. NO. 1 IIERRINGS,warrant-
r~l.a ed to be of very superior qlality,just ne-
ceived and for sale on pleasing terms by
SELLNMAN & CROOK.
fe 16 d88t corner of South and Pratt its.
BUTTER, BACON AND FEAT'I'HRlS.
7S KEGS FRESH NO. 2 & 3 BUTTER
50 kegs No. I Leaf LARD
16 bbls fresh Ohio Roll BUTTER
5,000 Ibs BACON, hog round
2,000 lbs Live Geese Feathers. Just received
and for sale by SELLMAN & CROOK,
fe 16 d8t corner South and Pratt street.
f COFFEE, HID i S AND INDIiO-
878 bags COFFEE
1296 HIDES
78 seroons INDIGO
10 tons LIGNUMVITAE.
Cargo of schr Emily Ellicott from La Guayra and
Porto Cabello-now landing and for sale by
fe 16 P F. W. BRUNE &I SONS
OIL "& CANDL^gS--
3000 gallons Winter Oil )
1000 do Fall do? \bleached &Iunbleached
2000 do Whiale do of superior quality
2500 do Winter do do
28 barrels Straight's OIL
200 boxes Sperm CANDLES
Fer sale at lowest market prices, by
THOSE. PENNIIMAN g CO.
fe 16 77 Bowly's whf.


ONRAD SCHRAFT, from Auerbacb,G. )D.
'Baden, Germany, is requested to make known
his present residence to H. Classen, in Baltimore,and
he will bear of something to his advantage.
Sfe 16 4t*
'-The Hagerstown Torchlight will publish the
above to amount of one dollar and charge this office.
PROCLAMATION.
W HEREAS, it has been represented to me,
that a moat attrocious murder was committed,
on tihe niasrl of the 30th Januiary last, at Denton, in
Csroline County, Miylard, on the body of EDW.
SWEEDLING, by JOISH UA CLARK,of said Coun-
ty.
tI ldi Iherfnore. by this Proclamation, offer a RE-
SWARD ol FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for the
aipreh'ision and delivery of the said JOSHUA
CLARK, io the Sheriff of Caroline County at Den-
ton.
(e.A.i) Given under my hand and the seal ot the
OREAL. -State of Maryland this 13th day of Febru-
"(d.,vs )ary, 1811.
WM. GRASON,
Governor of Maryland.


By the Governor,
JAMES MURRAY,
Secretary of State.
Clark is represented to be of middle size, good pro-
portions, and ab.,ua 45 years of K.4-lhu h.iir andcom-
plexion dark. H, is supposed ;o lia, l -1 'South.
fe 16 laW3w
W ANTED.--\'ani-.l a situationn in a Wholesale
Dry Goul, Eiit.ihluhm..-a as a SALESMAN,-
by a young man from the South of Va., who can give
first rate testimonials as to private character, and abi-
lity cfqualificalikn-., with a general acquaintance from
that part of the .'-, he thinks he can render himself
useful to any concern. Apply to
ARMISTEAD & MANNING.
fe 16 4t* No. 1711 Baltimore street.
ERVANTS TI'O HIRE.-Employment wanted
by 12 worthy and industrious white and colored
COOK S; 7 white and colored Chambe-inaids, who can
come well recommended; 5 white and colored Nurses;
4 middle aged white women as Housekeepers;3 Girls
as Seamstresses; 1 colot ,l man as W ilie Either of
the above servaiot can be had at hail ,',. l.'u- -* notice
being left wt 'he i t Intelligence Office, corner of
Baltimore and Frederick streets. fe 16
UNT'S MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE-
Te -uhcrilets ar- sole Agents for the above
MAuazine Inr lie Sl.Ite of Maryland. Tney have au-
thorized no one within thea last week to solicit sub-
seriptions to the work. KNIGHT & COLBURN,
sfe 16 171 B61altimore st.
E V. D I. W V ATT'S L EC IUR E-A R Lee-
ture Introductory to the course, delivered before
r the Libranr Association of ihe Mechanical Fire Com-
pany of Baltimore, by Win. E. Wyatt, D. D. Rector
of St. Paul's Paiisab, Bain;more. Just published and
for aleby KNIGHT& COLBItRN.
fe 16 171 B.illtmn,,rps'.
INGARD'SCAI'ECHETICALINSTRUC
TIO'NS. Just received andf., g.al- by
FIELDING L.UCAC, Jr.
No. 138 Baltimore st.
Caltechistical Instrniclions on the _Ctriines and
Bn.m.hin nf h rp..ikd:. 'hiurch Rv Jnhf'-,..


STEAM CANDY AND SUGAR REFINE-
RY.
R L. &< A. STEUA liT C,)rner of Greenwich
0* and Chambers street, .VA II" YORK, are now
mrn'.i1f`a,.hrir.. and offer |or sale CANDY, SUGAR
P \.UI o sc made by their improved steam process
from single, double, and treble Refined Sugar. With
a steam-engine and other machinery, the advantage
of long experience, and a thorough knowledge ofsu-
E.ir refiiin,,-. lIt'p will continue to manufacture CAN-
D\,,'', ,--:-, ', in quality toany made in this coun-
tryor Europe, at nearly or quite as low prices as the
inferior qualities are usually s .1il lI i,, 'r .- r -I
their buildings, they are now ..-I.-'- ii... u'., r,- tli.
largest orders for CANDY or REFINED SUGAR
at the shortest notice. Country dealers are requested
to call and examine the quality oh Candy sold at this
e-I' .t .i.,' r, before pI, ,' '. .-
Candy carefuIlly p."' !,-.I r, t... -' of 20, 25, 50 and
100 pounds, lor the Southern andi Western markets,
and delivered in the city or shipped, without charge
for boxes or cartace.
REFINED SUGAR.-Double Refined Loaf pack-
ed in hoxes, barrels, or loo"e; Crushed and Ground
L.o ,i -,,:',- in barrel, ',,u:ir It.inse Molasses in Hhds.
tli .t.-,.a The r a.'; '- are refined by steam
without the use of clay or blood. P* eis 16
800.000 B RICKS.
T HE subscriber has lor sale 800,000 BRICKS such
as pressed bricit, best and common front brick,
red bricks, best and common paving bricks, long arch
and cornice bricks, and all other kinds usually manu-
factured.
They will be sold at fair prices and on favorable
lerms, and can be examined as to quality andt color
at the Brick yard on South Light st., near the Metho-
dist cemetery. The are test punctuality and care will
be observed in delivering them to the purchasers
either to be used in the city or to be sent abroad by
water Application can be made either at the Brick
yard, or al my dwelling in Columbia street west of
Green st. WM. KREBS.
fe 16 4t RS
PHESU3BSCRIBIBEI voters some highly valua-
T ble BUILDING LOTS, situated near the Wash-
ington Monument, and in other improving parts of
the City-uend several DWELLING HOUSES in de-
sirable sitnations-for sale, or they will be exchanged
at liberal rates, tor
STATE OF MARYLAND LOAN
CITY OF BALTIMORE do
BANK STOCKS
RAILROAD do
TURNPIKE ROAD do.
TIDE WATER CANAL CERTIFICATES
UNITEDSTATES BANKSTOCK
Well secured ANNUITIES-if early application
be made to fe 16 d4t C.C. JAMISON.
900 PACKAGES BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
&c.
IFFANY, PITE & CO. No. 199 Baltimore
S street, have received by late arrivals a large and
general assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. which
together with a full assortment of the finest City man-
ufacture, they offer at low prices and on pleasing
terms.
They Tr-r,,-f.cillv invite the attention of Country
Merchants and purchasers generally to their Stock,-
which consists in part oh
250 cases Mens and Boys' Seal, Kip, Calf and
coarse peg'd and se''d BOOTS
60 do Mens and boys coarse BROGANS
125 do Kip, Calf, Sewed and
pegged MONROES
18 do Mens dance and heel PUMPS
10 do fine Calt, peg'd and sew'd Shoes
15 do Youths and Childs MONROES
20 do Misses Kid and Leather Welts and
Slii.,.i-.
50 do %N it,-,, sew'd & peg'd Welts & Boots
34 do do fine Kid Slippers and WELTS
200 do Fur and Russia bl'k and Drab HATS
15 do Bl'kc and drab Wool HATS
40 do Palm Leaf do
25 do Fur, I-air and Cloth CAPS.
With a variety of other articles, making a full and
complete assortment. fel6 d4t
FRESH DRY GOODS.
T HOMAS ARMSTRONG, No. 157 Balti-
Smere street, has received and offers for sale a
handsome assortment of
3-4 and 4-4 fresh -pri, C'UTvrz/,S
Superior plain r.r...ir,, MOi"I-. iN-. DELAINE
Do embroidered and plaid (to do
Black and blue SILKS, plain and figured
Thibet and Crape SHAWLS
SCARFS and RIBBONS
Embroidered CAPES and COLLARS
Fig'd and plain Swiss MUSLINS
Linen Cambrics and Linen Cambric HHDKFS
Silk, Merino ani Cotton HOSIERY
ladies'and Gent's best Paris KID GLOVES
Thibet, Gauze ',,.I t.ria,,,.- flannels
CLOTHS and (-C-'l 11. L I.-', Silck VELVETS
Satin, Valencia aalnd Marseilles VESTINGS
Imperial QUILTS; Victoria SKIRTS
Damask Diaper and Napkins.
BONNETS.
Florence Braid and English Straw BONNETS
Gipsey and Bolivar Leghorn FLATS
French Artificial FLOWERS, &c.
WET GOODS.
The remainder of the wet goods consisting of a few
pieces fine Linens, Brown Hollands and Jaconet
Cambrics, will be sold low, itf applied for immediately
le 16
NIGHBOURIJS! N EIGUHHOIJUR! !
SHOCKING LOW PRICES!! BUT, YOU
KNOW, GOODS MUST GO.
A RUMOR prevailling, that Il had entirely closed
li, 1. {i .i-nt., st., and removed to Baltimore st.
I appri,'.- i.,.,,i thb- t such is not the faec', a large
Stock I'l ,,-,,in- unsol1--and those who feel desir-
ous of buying AT anid UNDEIR COST, iqay layout
their money aaivanttcoi-ltv prior to my removal, as
in my Lexingt, i. tI. ; -,.I iL ,' you will find imnnumera-
ble Bargains-as I am still oini on with a
REAL. '-.I. I i u. OFF.
Splendid Furniture Calicoes, lip
Heavy Brown SH-ETINGS, tip
Bleactihcd DOMESTICS, lip
C..r,'. FI. N.N F'T.. super excellent, eight cents
111 \NI F l'-, I, size, from half up
Woollen Stair CARPETING, quarter and fip
Yard wide good i, .i,,, ito. half and eleve
WiIi,'..... .- Y Ii .,% FLANNEL, quarter
I...-r i ,.' hui'.a MUSLIN, superior, ten cents
i i,.,( ;' \ ,- 1 1. I I, really good, quarter and uip
Kentucky JEAN do. do. quarter
Diaper Linen To.,rll, ,Z. 'itged, fip each
CASSIMERES,.-diu rIp [ article, dne dollar
Black Mohair Stockings, real good, quarter and fip
Super Black Cotton do eleve
Mouselaine de Laine DRESSES, quarter
Figured Curtain MUSLINS, three fips
Cross-bar do. do
White Cambric do from eleve
Excellent GINGHAMS, eleve
Linen Cambric HIDKES. three fips
White Pocket do eleven pence
Silk Pocket do ten cents
TICKING. good ui ,ii'. i.',m ten cents
Black GRO-DE-NAP, quarter and fip
Colored do three eleven
Blue Black do supor, ball dollar
LINEN GOODS.
Good Irish Linens, qitanter and fip
Two-yards wide Bleached Table, haif dollar
Large size brown Cloths. hal dollar
Brown Holland, eleve-VYa'd-wide Diaper, clave
BONNETS &I LEGHIORNS.
Florence Braid BONNETS, two and half
Misses do do one and half
Mixt Fashionable do three quars
I-oods, Hoods, three eleves; infant's Braid Hats do
Leghoru HATS, three quarters
Ei,|.II| P..ble Mixt IONNETS, $1 50
Ailu-.h'll \N NANKEEN, eleve
StO- Notice is hereby given, to all you who want
extra good L ir._S.uii',. h, 1..- *i -redy in your appluratiun
at l. RI.\l.r-A JOHN HARI'S,
Ce tO Retail Store, Lexington-st.
CHANCERY SALE.-By virtue ohsa decree of
the High Cotirt of Chancery ot Maryland, the
subscriber as Trustee will otter at public sale 5t the
Exchange on THURSD)AX the llth day of March
next at 1 o'clock, P.M. the following described pro-
perty, this residue of a term of ninety nine years re-
newable forever in
All that LOT or parcel of ground situated, and lying
in the city of Baltimore, aforesaid which is contained
within 'the following metes, and bounds, courses and
distances to wit-Beginning lor the same on the south
side of East Baltimore street at the north east corner
of a lot leased by Robert Walsh to Frederick Anspeck
and running thence easlwardly on Baltimoie street
atoresaid, twenty tour feet, thence -..,,'uin a.i-lj paral-
let with Lloyd street to Salisbury i' -u, tth' .:e west-
wardly bounding on Salisbury street twenty four feet


and :,f-r,:e i,- h A,.l. II. i. thIe place (,i l'r;i. [,,.',aitla
the i1pr,fseian.- i Itt'-i-,.t, consistitin i .1 .i ta i i, u 3r
SBuick HOUSE ard other building. The pro-
[ perty is subject to a ground rent of two hun-
asn dried dollars per annum payable half yearly.-
Terms of sale cash.
fe 16 THOS. B. BRENAN, Trustee.
VALUABLE VIRGINIA' PROPER'!Y
FOR SALE.
TO WOOD AND TIM BER GETTERS.-
A TRAC' OF LAND about 25 miles from the
District of Columbia and within I' miles of the Poto-
mac River and Q -- rt.. Creek, containing about 1100
acres, 800 of whica is heavily Wooded and Timbered,
a portion of Virgin growth, Hickory, Oak and heart
Pine. On this I' ,:' of Landl there is a very large
&k BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, containing
it'' It, portablee Roomi, a large and pleasant
inl h .i,.o,, Passages, Closets, &c. 'ITe Dwelling
alone cost a lew years ago nearly ) i, 0' ,-ri i- n *.,
in good renair-the situation is *- .,,. I .. '.I
as any in Virginia andt in the midst of a moral and re-
ligious community. Th, Wood on the land is very
valuable, 50 cis. per cord is readily given lor all sold
.t ,i. I,. in the Woods, and it is supposed very many
.. i' e-iil Iront 70 to80 cords. A very extensive and
profitable wood trade is carried on with the District of
Columbia. 'TheTimber on the Land is also very va-
hluable.
Ttie above property can be purchased at a great sa-
crifice, if early application be made to .
SELLMAN I CROOK,
fe 16 P d8t corner South & Pratt sts.
7OR SALE-
State 6 per cent STOCK
City 5 and 6 per do
Farmers Bank of Maryland STOCK
Union Bank do
Western Bank do
Baltimoreand Ohio and Ohio 6 per cent Bonds
Eutaw Shot I'..,.s-r do
WANTED,
A well secured annuity of 120 dollars.
TOWNSEND SCOTT,
fe 12 4t No 23 Exchange Buildings.


26 BBLS. Pernambuco White SUGAR, on.
S consignmenit, which will b,. -ld low.
HENRY itli i1 \S & SON,
corner of Howard and Fayette St.
Mso for sole on pleasing terms-
3000 Hams BACON)
3000 Shoulders do Baltimore curel.
2000 Middulings do 5
100 kegs No. 1 LARD)
50 bbls. do do .
Mbess & Prime PORK Bltimore Packed.
50 bbls. No 1 BEEF )
fe 12 2aw2w _____
F OR SALE OR LEASE-The property on
which is situated the BALTIMORE CHEMI-
CAL WORKS-Fronting
284 feet on Columbia street,
260 do Cove street,
510 Ido anm'ay -treet.
Will be sold or leased in Itio, io ajui piirrhaers. Er-
quire of JOHN EI.LICi)Tr,
al S. & P. T. Elticoli's,
N .5 .llictali urpr t_


NEGRO BOYS.
N" OTICE.-Pursuant to an order from the Or-
I phan's Court of Charles County, the subscriber
will sell at publicsale tfbr cash, three NEGRO BOYS
from 0lto 12 years of age, being a paint of the person-
al estate of James D. Mitchell, dec'd. The sale to
take place in the city o" Baltimore, THIS DAY, the
16th day of February at 11 o'clock at the corner of
Hawk street and Centre Market Space.
ELIZABETHI ANN MITCHELL, Ex'rx. of
fe 16 Jt Jaihes D. Mitchell.
NOTICE.
HE STOCKHOLDERS in the Baltimore and
Potomac Steam Packet Company, are requested
to attend a special meeting of said C.-in..-., .eier. r 111
person or by attorney, to be held at ih,., dii v i inp-
uel Wilson, MN, F-i.,.iiy's Wharf, ON TIHUBSDAY
NEXT, the -T''i iUi at 12 o'clock noon, for the pur-
pose of ofeop'ii'. or r'jocting a supplement to their
charter, % TI 'ari..- u.. ril, both of which,weie pass-
ed by the Legislature of the State of Maryland, now
in session, and to determine upon what couise they
wish pursued, with regard to a continuance ot'the said
Company, or closing up the affairs of the same, ana a
division of the nett proceeds. A general attendance
is particularly requested. By order,
fto 16 3t SAM. WILSON, Treasurer.
ELEC'rION.
OFFICE MERCHANTS' FIRE INS. CO.?
Baltimore, Feb. 16, 1841. $
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in
L compliance with the Charter, an Election for
Nine Directors to manage the affairs of this Institu-
tion for the ensuing year, will be held at the office of
the Company No. 18 South street, on Monday, the
1st of March next, between the hours of II A. M.
and 1 P.M. J. SAURIN NORRIS,
te 16 dtl2M P Sec'y.
REGIMENTAL ORDER, NO 5.
5TH REGIMENTAL VOLUNTEER INFAN-
TRY, BALTrmMOE, February llth, 1841.
A N AOJiit |. i.D MEETING OF THE
(--, 11-1i IN EL OFFICERS of the REGI-
MENT, will be held at thpe (i-.n,,p,, o f-ri. No.
86 Baltimore street, on WTt ri l.VES'. 1 f E-.\ ING
NEXT, 17th inst., at 7i o'clock. By order of Col.
Hickman, CHAS. Z. LUCAS, Adjutant.
fe 16 d2t
NOTICE' To TlUlE CUE IJITOtS OF LEa -
UEL TAYLOR.
NOTICE is hereby given to the creditors ofLem-
e el Taylor, entitled to a Dividend from the es-
tate of said Taylor as an insolvent debtor received by
the undersigned as Trustee, that the fund having been
paid into Court, the same has been by order of the
Court distributed among said creditors, and that the
same will be paid to them upon their application to
the Clerk of Baltimore County Court.
ROSWELL L. COLT,
Trustee of the estate of Lemuel Taylor.
fe 16 4t* P*
NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS
BOUND SOUTH.
'JITHE STEAMBOAT
aPOCAHONTAS will leave
g ANNAPOLIS for NOR-
"l FOLK, and the PORTS-
MOUTH & ROANOKE RAIL ROAD, on WED-
NESDAY, the 17th, at 12 o'clock, M., or as soon as
the Cars arrive from Baltimore.
Passengers for Charleston will arrive there (barr-
ing accidents at Wilmington) on Saturday morning
at a ,. l0 hour.
: iri' 11,; route there is not a foot of stage riding
between Baltimore and Charleston.
Fare te Weldon f1om Annapolis $16.00
Fare to Norfolk do do 1000
Office Baltimore Steam Packet Co. fe 16
,STEAMBOAT COLUMBIA.
In consequence of thease-
verity of the weather, the
i Steam Boat COLUMBIA
will not take in cargo until
further notice.
fe 16 CP-AS. WORTHINGTON.
SFOR NEW ORLEANS-New Line-
11a fh.r new copper fastened schr. EWARKEE,
i.i,, NI ., ii, master; is now loading at Fenby's whf.
and will have immediate depatch. For freight,
which will be taken at the lowest rate, tprlv ro
WM. MN' 1 Ii; :',
fe 16 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
FOIR NEW OtLEANS-Regular Line
& of Baltimsre and New Orleans Packets-The
packet barque SOLOMON SALTUS, Capt. Gray;
is now loading at Fenby's whasf, and will have des-
patch. For freight or [.-,.,i;.' apr-vy to
tfe 16 VI.I hRK & KELLOGG.
J FOR NT. MARKS & PORT LEON
S-VIA ST. AUGUSTINE-Regular Line-To
sail positively on the 1st March-The fine new cop-
per fastened fast sailing packet schr. GEN'L. CALL,
Moses L. Edmondson, master; takes the place ot the
schr. Jos. Hankey, and will sail as above. For freight
or passage, having good a.' ..irni,.' i.i .., ni to
I"' It \NKLV,
fe 16 corner Pratt st. & Spear's wharf.
S,, FORI ST. MARKS & PORTLEON
I-i- .-,ILine-The copp L IN,\. .I . W ebster. For i,,- ,.ir ,, r. .'. ap-
ply to Tilli". Hi il'l.l .,
_ 6e_ __ ___ 5 Spear's wharf.
kld "' M Oich *-K--IJ- ^H- ^l.-l
''c y'. c,,"}re, la ,cii-.i jii.i ,q'.pirl ]i,,i -'nl .1-1,i.
I .\ \ L ,ll hH W Sni .,d t,, n,.-l..r, ri. is t.i [j
receive cargo at Spear's wharf, (tower ent) having
two-thirds of her cargo engaged, will have quick des-
patch foir the abo--e port. For freight, on moderate
'-rr.. orpassagea apply to
I- I, I i'- ".1 %" IfOOPER. 5 Spear'. wharf.
,,' OIL CIII l -l l.-i "-ii --- i. i L....
'i .N'L -l.ll I IC.l, i., i,. fIl. ,,'. hi si h|
greater part of her caigo engaged, will be despatch-
ed in a few days. For balance of freight or passage,
having superior packet a commodations, apply to
THIOS. WHITRIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
fet 16 P
FOR SAVANN A -l-Tiie line brig EL-
S I \ NOR. C-pt Tnnes; having the greater part
of her cargc -.....-.t. ,iil t..- despatched in a few
days. For bui r .-,i iit.iii or passage, having supe-
rior packet ,..,nmo.Jai..i,, apply to
JNO. K. RANDALL,
fe 16 P 104 Smith's -taarf.
'.o F4'R PHILADELPH'IIIA-Reular Line
-Via the Canal-The line sloop (a l-li-. 1 I IE,
Layman, master; is now loading. For freightt apply
J. HANKEY,
fe 16 Corner Pratt st. & Speiir's harf
: -Oit ALEXANDRIA ,&G.EORGE-
ItA i N. I). C.-The schoonerARKANSAS,
r I'. l ri, now loading in Frederick st. dock, and
.r,,,s t. ii her cargo on board will sail as soon as
",. h'- tt ll permits. For freight apply to
W. ROADS,
fe 15 d5t P 61 Smilth's wharf.
&-4-4. r 'I I)ERI' KILtRG PACKETS-
h, .' i. '--iI,: i ;r,..'d schooner EMPIRE,
|.i I NV,11 is still receiving freight fbo the above
port and landings on the Rappahannock river, and
will sail as soou as the weather permits. Freight, at
lsual packet rates-apply to
GEO. W. FORD,
fe 16 d41_______t___8 Light at. wharf.
--Fir't Vessel-The line schooner JOHN
BARR, Flowers, master; is now loading at the head
of Smith's whart. For Ireight apply to
WM. MOORE,
Corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
The John Barr will be towed out when loaded.
fe 16
MNORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKETS--New Line-First Vessel -The
line schooner OLIVE BRANCH, Milchell, master;
is now loading at t)'Donnell's wfiarL For balance
of freight apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
The 0 B. will take steam when loaded, te 16
e FOR RICHMOND, DIRECT-Regu-
lln Line-The schr. ADELINE, Peter Shor-
ter, 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 16 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
POR IC1UHMON 0, DIRECT-Hoop-
S .Es OLD LatE--The packet schr. ROCH-
ANIIlAl.', Capt. Evan Morgan; now loading at
Spear's wharf, (lower enrd) will have quick despatch.
For terms freight apply to THOS. HOOPER,


5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper & Sons. fe If
'IM NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
,3, M PACKET-HooPER's OLD LINE-TO go to
the wharf without lightering-The schr. FARMER,
Captain Edmondson: now loading at Spear's wharf,
(lower end,) will have quick despatch, and take the
bulk of 100 bbls. For terms sprly to
THOMAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-James Hooper &I Sons. fe 16
NORFOLK AND PETE'SBUrUtG
PACKET---Regular Line-The line schr.
THUS. DAIL, Griffitb, master; i' now loading and
will sail as soon as the i,., i .io[, %will permit. For
freight apply on beard I. .,n'si li-, or to
JOS. IHNKEYV.
fe 16 Corner Pratt st. at.11 tI.-ir', m-ril.
u. FOR IFREIGtI'r' OR CHA --TEI-
B I'r, r i ,,* il, copper fastened and coppered
bri J \N I.I ., -1. ,', master;9 months old, about 2000
bbls. i.i c,-i,, j, ,n complete order for any voyage.
Apply to B. BUCK & SON,
he 16 d4? No. 75 Sminith's wharf.
1- 0 1R it' It i< .;r! A (1 it ("1.1A t' tT1 -
1. he nihw schr. PIZARO, Z. Kirwin, master;
burthen about 950 I'' pi I.-
J, \Mil-.- ,'iiPEIR& SONS,
'_f 16 d4t No. 16 Light st. wharf.
-S R tl- fEl1-,IfT (il! CHARTER-
I r l. '-.r l' c ,i.r 'ip r i,-ened schr. T. R.
1,1 I IN, 1 .,r 'l, M. 'l.L .r-., ii A-tet; burthen 1000
bbis in readiness to receive cargo.
THOS. HOOPER,
fe 16 d4t 5 Srear's wharf.
FOIL RENT.-A comfortable two story
aa DWELLING, with an extensive back build-
tn1. on Lexington st. 3rd door east of Pine,
Iru pump of fine water in the yard. Posses-
sion given on the 10th March-rent $300. Apply to
GEO: R. CARROLL,
fe 16 eo4t* Green at, near Franklin.
DAVID HOFFMAN'S WORKS.
A NEW WORK entitled VIATOR, OR A
PEEP INTO MY NOTE BOOK" is just pub-
lished by Plaskitt & Cugle,of this City-and by Lit-
tle & Brown of Boston-Also, a second edition of the
ailthor's a .', -i'-', by J Grumbler." The new edi-
tidn in two volumes, of the'" Course of Legal Study,"
as also of the "Legal Outlines," are now to be had of
those Booksellers,and may be hound in the chief cities
of the Union. All of these works were suspended for
a time o' iris, to the difficulties in the trade-and the
price ,i it1-. legal works has been greatly reduced, to
suit the time'. A few copies of the Introductory Lec-
tures, and Syllabus, may also now be had.
ja27 PRUS PILASKITT &CUGLE.
BOARDING.
FIVE or six gentlemen, or two or three families
can be accommodated with BOARD, in an old
established boarding house, centrally situated, 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 fe 13


DAVID HOFFIIAN'S WOEhlS.
S7 IATOR, Anlronyr Grumbler. Legal t(ijllin-s,
C-ii'se ot Legal Stily, Ind Inlrnduclory Lee.
tures--fr sale rt PLASKIT u CUGLEs'and in the
nrir.nlr hib nL tk tatesA in Tha e ,hiefl iria.


SOIREE MUSICAL.
M R. KOSSOWSK1 respectfully announces
S that his Soiree will take place on FRIDAY,
Feb. 19, at the Saloon of the Law Buildings, on which
occasion he will be assisted by the following musi-
cal gentlemen, Messrs. MEINEKE, NENNINGER,
ALLEN and BOUCHER.
1Sr PART.
1 Duo concertanti, tbfor2 Viollns,Mr.Nen.
ninger and Mr. Allen, Kallinodo.
2 Andante, (Mr, Kossowski,) Thalberg.
3 Sceina from Aguese, (Mr. Boucher,) Pair.
4 Fantasia from Oberon, (Mr. Kossows-
ki,) Thalberg.
2ND PART. Thalbe.
r Gallop Chromatique,(Mr. Kossowski) Lisst.
2 Solo for the Violin, (Mr. Allen,) de Beriot.
3 Aria from Der Freyschatz, (Mr. Bou-
chaber,) Weber
4 Fantasia from Guill. Tell, (Mr. Kos-
sowski,) Dohler.
Mr. Kossowski is indebted lto the politeness of Mr.
Miller for the use of a Grand Piano, on which his So-
los will be performed.
Tickets to be had at the Music stores, at Robin-
son's Bookstome and at the dooron the evening of per-
formance.
Concert to commence at 8 o'clock. P fe 16
CIRCULAR.
THE MID-LOTHIAN COAL MINING
COMPANY, of Chesterfield county, Virginia,
beg leave to inform their customers and the consumers
of bituminous coals generally, that from the success
which their coals have secured in the short time they
have been in market, they have determined to enlarge
their mining operations, and consequently will be pre-
pared to supply large quantities ot the best coals du-
ring the ensuing year, possessing unusual adaptation
to all purposes for which bituminous coals are known
to b nusedl. Their termins will continue the same as
during the present year, viz. 16 cents per bushel for
average coals, put on board at their yard on James
River below Manchester, upon four months credit.-
For small coals suitable tor smitheries, 15 cents per
bushel-for screened coals, 18 cents per bushel-and
extra lump coal, 20 cents per bushel. The Company
deem it proper to state for the benefit of those engaged
in manufacturing iron, and those working it up, that
it has been satisfactorily ascertained that their coals
are peculiarly suited to the manufacture of iron, and
tor smiths' work, imparting to the iron in each pro-
cess great strength and toughness.
During the past summer full and accurate expert.
ments were made by direction of the Navy Commis-
sioners, at the Navy Yard at Washington, with var-
ious bituminous coals, with the view of selecting for
the use of the Navy Department those best suited to
the various purposes for which coals are used by the
government. These trials terminated most favorably
to the Mid Lothian coals, and led to extensive con-
tracts for supplies for the various naval depots. 9
A.S. WOOLIRI DGE,
President L. M. C.M. Company.
Richmond, Va. 31st Dec. 1840.
The undersigned agent for the above pits, will re-
ceive and execute with care and despatch orders to
any extent at the above prices and terms witli the low-
est current freight. WM. A. MOALE,
fe 16 Agent Mid-Lothian Coal Mining Co.
FIRST DAY'S RACE.
EISLER & CO., in the field and a head,-
27 50 68, a prize of 1,000 dollarsaer the Mary-
land State Lottery, drawn yesterday, February 15th,
sold at the all fortunate HEISLER'S & CO. This
way all and secure from the Bank of Prizes, a fortune
or at least a good prize, Nos. Maryland State Lottery,
class 9, drawn Feb. 15th, lowest prize $5.
37 28 11 7 74 68 27 50 24 40 34 17 32.
DRAWS TO-DAY, February 16th.-Another most
splendid scheme Alexandria Lottery, class 5. The
cheering news received to-morrow.
CAPITALS.
$1e.000 $5.000
3,000 DOLLARS. | 20 PRIZES OF 600
2,600 DOLLARS, | DOLLARS, &c., &c., &c.
Tickets only $4, Halves $2, Quarters $1, Eighths
50 cents. A certificate of a package which may draw
the 4 high capital prizes, we will sell lor only $14.
Push along citizens to
THE BANK OF PRIZES,
No. I NORTH CALVERT STREET,
IST DOOR AB3VE CCHEN'S BANK,
E. HEISLER & CO.
13t- Orders from all paris of the Union, thankfully
received, will meet the same prompt attention as on
personal fpi-l- I, .n. fe 16
OI N'lO I ItF.tl GOOD LUCK REWARDS
IH[ l-\Th.\N-, ')F DOYLE'S PRATT ST.
PRIZE DEPOT.-Two more capital prizes sold at
this ever lucky office, in the Virginia Wellsburg Lot-
iary, cla-s B, drawn on Saturday, Feb. 13. Combina-
ion 14 33 71,-a Prize of $15,000,-Combination 12
38 58,-a Prize of $200. Both sold in the above Lot-
tery. The following ase the drawn Nos.
2 71 38 36 33 42 12 59 241 5 58 14,
TUESDAY,-Alexandria Lottery, Capital Prize
$12,000,-Whole Tickets $4.
On WEDNESDAY, Maryland Stale Lottery, two
Capital Prizes of $10,000.--Tickets $5.
On THURSDA I, Alexandria Lottery, capital prize
$7,000. Tickets $2,50.
On FRIDAY. Consolidated Lotteries of Maryland,
Capital prize $18,000.-Tickets $5, shares in pro-
portion.
On SATURDAY, Virginia Leesburg Lottery, Ca-
pital Prize $30,000. Tickets $10.
On SA'TUa4DAY, 6th of Maich, 1841, (one of the
richest Lotteries drawn for many years) will be drawn
at Alexandria, l., C.--( ,ri1 I -" '-i l siri. one of
825,000, one ot 8 15,.oo, 00, .. ,- ].,,.,,,) n..j I i drawn
Nos. in each package ot 2 tickets. Union Lottery,
class No. 1, to be nositivelv drawn 6th of March.
BIIl I I \ % 1 SCHEME.
I PRIZE OF $50,000 I PRIZE OF $5,172
1 do. 25,000 2 do. 4000
1 do. 15,000 4 do. 2,500
I do. 10,000 20 do. 2,000
1 do. 9,000 20 do. 1,900
1 do. 8,0000 20 do. 600
1 do. 7,000 &c. &c. &c.
Whole Tickets $15, Halves $7,50, Quarters $3,75.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers by
the package, single ticket, or share. Orders lbr tickets
or shares should be addressed to
MICHAL DOYLE,
fe 16 No. 24 Pratt street, Baltimore.


U1,4i00 5a0 PRIZES OF $o00.-
p J.u Wo Wq Alexandria Lottery, for Inter-
nal Improvement in the District of Columbia,-class
No. 5 lor 1841.-To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C,,
TO-DAY, February, 16ih, 1841.-(D. S. Gregory S-
Co., Managers,)
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $12,000 1 PRIZE OF $2,500
1 $6,000 1 $1.381
1 $3,000 50 $500
Tickets $4,-shares in proportion.
(0-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.,
Managers, Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. fe 16
Saidl &c &C-IHIS0AFI'TER-
3- W NOON, (Tuesday,) 16th Fe-
bruary. Tickets S1,-shares in proportion.
$83 d0O AND 26 O 2,000ooo-
MODU SATURDAY.2oth February.
Tickets $ 10,-shares in proportion.
*nr Prizes Apply at CLARK'S,
MUSEUM BUILDIZ G,
fe 16 BALTIMORE, Maryland.
F INE POUND LUMP TOBACCO.-We
offer to dealers a great assortment of the follow-
ing brands, viz-
ELISHA KEEN'S,
It. A. ELLIOTT'S,
P. GRAVELY'S,
WINGFIELD'S,
A. H. MOORMNIAN'S,
c-We expect to receive in a few days-189 boxes
12's and 16's. J.P. PLEASANTS & SONS,
fe 15 56 South st.
UPLAND COTTON
RICE
Madeira and'Sherry WINES, of choice quality.
Silk and Cotton UMBRELLAS by package, at
factory prices on consignment; for sale by
R. & A.CARTER,
fe 13 73 Bowly's wharf.
OHIO CHEESE, BUTTER, FEATHERS
&c.-75 casks Ohio CHEESE, for sale low
200 kegs BUTTER
1500 lbs. FEATHERS
500 boxes GLASS, 8 by 10 and 10 by 12.
With an assortment ol GROCERIES and WINES,
for sale by JOSEPH TAYLOR & tON,
fe 13 d2w corner of Eutaw and German sta.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
WAREHOUSE NORTH STREET,
Near Post Office.
W OULD respectly inform the City and West-
ern M rehants that driri-g it,e suspension of
Canal Navigation, they %ill ace-v, and forward
goods to Pittsburg and Wheeling. *ll goods entrust-
ed to their care will be forwarded with promptness,
and at the lowest mates of carriage.
fe 5 JJOHN WEST, Agent.
WESTERN MERCHANTS WHO SHIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S LINE,
(During the Canal season,)
W ILL find it to their interest, before shipping
W their goods, to call at
JOSEPH TAYLOR & SON'S, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sts.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pittsburg or
Wheeling.efe 13 d?
1|ERCHANTS AND TRADERS of Balti-
-l. pore and the West who intend shipping via
"r,,i't.,nr,. Rail Road and Pennsylvania Canal to
intermediate points, Pittsburg, Wheeling, &c. will
have their goods forwarded with care andi despatch,
on the lowest terms, by applying at
BINGHAM'S Depot, 12'1 N-.,ru H.-.sar.i at.
or to JAMES 1\ I 'I-'N. ai-t,,
fe 6 li N..ur, II a i.- l st.
X 'THALERS-German and French Crowns
Royal and Patriot I)OUBLOONS
Mexican and Dp..tt-'i )OLLARS
N. York City .i,t ,,i t Bank NOTES, bought
and EASTERN 0on1 best terms by
ILUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
fe 15 t111, Baltimore st.
wkV w ORK, ) I
i1 BOSTON, and FUNDS.-Wanted by
PHILADELPHIA,
LUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
fe 15 111 Baltimore street
PEUIE FOR RAIL ROAD NOTIES.-
S The subscribers are authorised to exchange Spe-
cie lor Rail Road Notes, at a moderate premium on
early application. FOWLER & TYSON,
te 12 Scutll street.
PECIE FUNDS-A cheek lorFitteen hundred
dollars, drawn by Cashier Merchants Bank,New-
buryport, on Globe Bank, Boston, for sale by
WM.GUNNISON, Commission Merchant.
fe 13 No. 99 Bowly's wharf.


bPECIE-280 DOLLARS in halves and dollars,
200 do. in Treasury Notes.
For sale by LOWRY & (;ILL,
he 15 No. 75 Bowly's wharf.
C HESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL SCRIP
wanted by JOHNSTON & LEE,
te 15 S. E. corner of Calvert & Balto. sts.
EXXCI. -NG E ON N. VW O IK, for sale by
!A LUDLOW, PARSHALL &I CO.
fe 15 tlll Baltimore street.
N EW YORK ani FUNDS, Ior sale by
PHILADELPHIA PAIHO & BRO.
fe 9 d6t 168 Baltimore street. '
V JRGIN IA, PHILADiMLPHIA and ALABA-
MA FUNDS, Wanted by
CARTER, MORTON & CO.
fe 12 135 Iallimore treetl.
I'RGINIA BANK NO'I ES, wanmlel by
V if I.IOJ)Hi\tTON & I.EE.
]"H ANi iN *A N K Au in,. fiLF .....L.4 k., v


PUBLICU AJLf.
By 1ofimans Co.
No. 5 North Charles street.

O N TUESDAY AFTERNOON, 16th inst.,
at 3 o'clock, in lots trom the shelves, an assort-
ment of SEASONABLE DRY GOODS.
Atthree o'clock-A small stock of CUT GOODS.
fe 12 HOFFMANS & CO. Aucts,
By Robt. J. Taylor 4X Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN 8rREET.
PACKAGE SALE.
N THURSDAY MORNING, 18th inst., at
S half past 9 o'clock, by Catalogue-
1" 5 PACKAGES FRESH SPRING
150_9 DRY GOODS.
R. A. TAYLOR & CO.
Catalogues will be prepared and the goods arranged
for examination on the afternoon before the sale.
fe 11
F RENCH GOODS.-Included in our sale by
catalogue on THURSDAY,will be found choice
assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY FRENCH
GOODS, received by late arrivals and consisting of
Colored, Blue Black and Jet Bl'k Fig'd Poult de Sole
Colored Gro de Naples; Colored & Blue Black Gro de
Swisse
Gros d'Afrique; Plain Poult de Soie
Chine Poult de Soie; Silk Ribbons, 3-4 & 12-22
Plaid and Fig'd Gauze Ribbons; Satin Ribbons
Figured and Plain Biack Satin Vestings
Filet Shawls; Filet Gloves and Mitts
Fancy Handkerchiefs
Colored Striped and Plain Blue Black Reps
Colored, bordered, corded and hemstitched Linen
Cambric Hdkfs.
Elastic Suspenders, assorted qualities
Genoa and Lyons Silk Velvets; Gros de Rhine
Lyons and Italian Cravats; French Prints
Fine and Super Black and Blue Black Bombazines
Green Barege; Black and White Crapes
Plain and Printed Mouslin de Laines
Black Serges; Colored Satins
Blue and Jet Black Satins; Thibet Shawls
Black Taffeta Ribbons; Plaid Taffeta Ribbons, &c.
Ie 16 R.A. TAYLOR & CO.
By leinry IBeadel 4 Co.
No. 11 GERMAN STREET.
LOTH SALE BY CATALOGUE.-On
SATURDAY MORNING, 201h inst. at i past
9 o'clock, we will sell by catalogue-
) lPIECES FINE SUPER AND EX-
0S50.'TRA SUPER CLOTHS AND CASSI-
MERES. Catalogues will be prepared and the goods
arranged for examination the day before the sale.
fe 13 E HENRY BEADEL & CO.
BUTLER & WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
R EFER TO Erskine & Eichelberger, Balt-
J. Taylor & Son, more.
Riggs & Co. Phila-
Morgan, Crutcher & Co. S delphia.
fe9 u2m
SPECIE.
49990oF IN SPECIE CONSISTING
S^4000VOF
MEXICAN, )
SPANISH, DOLLARS.
AMERICAN, )
AMERICAN GOLD,
SOVEREIGNS,
FRENCH GOLD AND
DOUBLOONS. For sale in sums to suit pur-
chasers by J. E. HUSBAND,
Eagle Exchange Office 831 North Gay st.
(near the Bridge.)
All kinds ofuncurrant money bought at theJowest
rates of discounts as above: 4t fe 13
PRODUCE & COMMISSION BUSINESS.
T HE SUBSCRIBER has opened a Store at
George & Hays' Old Stand, in North Howard
street No. 118, where he intends keeping on hand a
large assortment of GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
BACON & LARD, which lie 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. tfe4 PETER ZELL.
BOLTING CLOTHS AAUMILL STONEt
FRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOLTING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers or
Millers on the most liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
MILL STONES of the various sizes.
JAMES CHESTON & SON,
je 22 d? Commerce street wharf.
MONONG kHELA OLD RYE WHISKEY.
3 O BBLS. five years old- RYE WHISKEY,
3 shipped to a foreign port January 11th, 1839.
The flavor is very fine, having the benefit of a sea
voyage-for sale by JAMES WILSON,
fe 9 Howard at.
CLOCKS-CLOCKS.
TIHE SUBSCRIBERS have opened a store
No. 34 South Charles street, which they keep
constantly supplied from their extensive maoufactory
in the city of New York, with Brass and Wood Eight
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 %l
warranted and are decidedly superior in style and fin-
ish to any others ever produced.
ja 29 SMITH A BROTHERS.
CHINA GLASS AND QU EENSWARIZ.
E M. KERR & C 4- just received at
E their extensive wa i nl[INA HALL,
128 BALTIMORE ST. a c ttment of all
kinds ot French ar.d English C L, Cut and plain
Glasi and QUEENSWARE, of entire new patterns
and shapes-which they will dispose of at reduced
prices on accommodating terms.
Merchants ahd Families can at all times depend
upon furnishing themselves 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
goods at par. le 12 P


NOTICE.
T 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 ti runi account under the
style of Joseph Taylor k Srn ;ia heretofore. Settle-
ment of the old business can be made with either of
the undersigned. JOSEPH TAYLOR,
EDWARD TAYLOR.
Baltimore, Feb. 11, 1841. dlw P
r HREAD LACES-The largest and prettiest
Sassortmaent o Thread Laces in the City at re-
tail.- -ALSO-
A Large and extensive assortment Mens, Womens
and Misses White and Colored Cotton House just
opened by JNO. A. ROCHE,
fe 13 No. 52 Hanover street.
'IVE DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
.-and many thanks given to any 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 3 4t __
&3 REWARD-Deserted from the U. S.
$3P service recruit JOHN CULLERSON,
27 years of age, 6 feet high, grey eyes, brown hair and
light complexion.-He is a native pf Baltimore and
by occupation a farmer.-Any person apprehending
said soldier and delivering him to the Commanding
Officer of any Military Post in the United States will
receive the above reward.
GARRET T. BARRY,
2d Lt. 1st Inlantry,
fe 12 d4t Commanding Post.
DISSOLUTION OF CO PARTNERSHIP.
-Agreeably to limitation ofco-partnership, the
connexion heretofore existing between the subscri-
bers, in the Grocery and Commission Business, is
this day dissolved. Eitheilpf the parties is authoriz-
ed to collect debts due to (e late firm. All claims
against it will he presented to John Hasson for pay-
ment; who will continue the GROCERY and COM-
MISSION BUSINESS as usual, at No. 79 Pratt st.
near Bowly's wharf. JOHN HASSON,
WILLIAM HANLAN.
Balto. Feb'y. 13, 1841. 4t P fe 15
JOHN HASSON has for sale at No. 79 PRATT
O9 STREET, head of Bowly's wharf-
New Orleans, Porto Rico and Brazil SUGARS
Do do MOLASSES
Rio, Laguayra and St. Domingo COFFEE
Gunpowder, Imperial and Young Hyson TEAS
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Lisbon, Malaga and Chainm-
paine WINE
French Brandy, Holland Gin, Jamaica Spirits, 4th
proof old Rye WHISKEY, Cotton Yarn, Seine and
Gil net TWINE, Turks Island, St Ubes, Cadiz and
Liverpool Blown SALT-which together, with a gen-
eral assortment of Groceries he will sell on accommo-
dating terms.n fe 15 P 4t
COTTON & TOBACCO-For sale by
JOHN P. PLEASANT & SONS,
56 South street.
BALES VIRGINIA COTTON, in good
tL015order and well packed.
S/ HHIIDS. VIRGINIA TOBACCO, for
1, shipping or manufacturing. fe 15 d4t
COTTON SAIL DUCK.
'HE subscribers have now on hand and will be
M. regularly supplied with an assortment of Nos
from 2 to 10 of COTTON SAIL DUCK, from the
Union manufacturing Company's works, which they
offer to the trade on pleasing terms.
WM. M,,-'111N\LD & CO.
fe 15 d4t P No. 17 Bowly's wharf.
ITUMINOUS COAL, &c.-
3800 bushels Coal suitable lor Furnaces & Grates
2000 do fist quality dto. for Black Smiths' use.
For sale by WILLIAM CHILD,
ALSO lor sale Vinegar in barrels and tierces
OLD CHEESE-Rose Water in Demijohns
Wrought, Scrap and CAST IRON
Green Ebony, COCOA, Satin and Lance Wood
Quillia Bark, and Russia Mats. Apply to No. 88
South street Bowly's wharf. d4t* fe 15
B ACON, LARD, BEESWAX, &c.-J ust re-
ceived by wagon from Wheeling-
18,500 lbs Middlings BACON ) equal to any
6,500 Shoulders do Bacon, in this
1,600 Joles do J city.
300 kegs No. I LARD, and a few barrels do
In store 700 lbs. BEESWAX
Tennessee Featheis, Corn Brooms. For sale by
JOHN C. CLARKE,
fe ]5 d No 33 North Howard st.
SIN,JAVA COFFEE, &c.-
S25 pipes Superior Holland GIN, Fox brand
300 bags Java Coffee, (old Government)
.Poland STARCH, ofB. D. T. brpd, barrels,half
barrels and boxes
200 qr casks Teneriffe WINE
200 do London Particular do
120 bdlls English Hoop Iron, It a 2 inch.
In store and for sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 15 14t P 31 South Charles sts.


A. LEGRAND & DELMOTTE AiNE.
IMPORTERS OF FRENCH GOODS,
No. 78 BEAVER STREET,
ja30 dt2!?o* NEW YORK.


D YSPEPSIA FLO U .-Juqt received a small
lot om rupenio, D)speysla Flour made liom the
best while %heat clear ol garlic, which wvill be sold ir
lots to suit puichlaers.
JAMES & WM MARTIN.


PUBLIC SJLES.__
By R. Lemmon A' Co.
UALE POSTPONED.
On TUESDAY, the 23rd loat, at II o'clock at
the auction stores on Buchanan's whart, the cargo of
the brig Frances Jane, (not landed in time for to-day)
consisting 0ol-
l g HHDS PORJTO RICO SUGAR,
AiyW-part represented to be of superior quali-
ty. fe 16 R. LEMMON & CO.
ON WEDNESDAY, 24th inst. at 11 o'clock, at
auction stores on Buchanan's wharf-
Ifl BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE,
1174 part of choice quality.
Catalogues will be prepared and the samples may be
examined the day before the sale.
fe 15 R. LEMMON & CO.
The Philadelphia North American and U, States
Gazette will publish the above to the amount of $2
each, and charge this office.
My I'm. G. Harrison.
O'DONNELL'S WHARF.
THIS DAY, the 16th inst., at the warehouses, 0'-
Donnell's wharf, at 11 o'clock, or immediately after
Messrs. R. Lemmon & Co's. sale, for account of
whom it may concern-
HHDS. N. 0. SUGAR.
is W. G. HARRISON.
Will be added.
S BOXES SPERM CANDLES, by
B0 fe 16 W. G. HARRISON.

ON THURSDAY, the 25th inst.at 1 I o'clock,at the
Warehouse of J. C. Clarke, in Howard street, for
account of whom it may concern, to close sundry
consignments, for CASH
550O BACON HAMS
51050 SHOULDERS
Will be added-
9S0l tHAMS
900 250 SHOULDERS.
Ie 16 WM. G. HARRISON.
On THURSDAY NEXT, the 18th inst. at 10 o'-
clock, at the warehouse of J. Crosby Commerce st.,
for account of whom it may concern.
9 94 BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
9 974 do do
1092 do do
229 Bloom do
1000 Cluster do
250 kegs Sun
73 Lexia
200 trails RAISINS
224 FIGS
III boxes MuscatelRAISINS
Damaged on the voyage of importation per brig
Jannette, from Malaga. W. G. HARRISON.
fe 16 ________
RUSTEE'S SA LE.-By virtue of a general
order of Baltimore County Court in relation to
Insolvent Debtors, the subscriber, as permanent trus-
tee for the benefit of the creditors of Patrick Kenney,
will offer at public auction, on THURSDAY, the
25th Feb. at 11 o'clock, at the warehouse of W. G.
Harrisop. the following LIQUORS-
3 pipes Holland GIN
1 do Mixed BRANDY
I do Domestic do
11 do Cognac do
5 qr. casks WINE
10 bbls Old Rye WHISKEY.
JOHN HANAN, Trustee.
fe 15 W. G. HARRISON, Auct.
By Ever, Cannon 4' Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.'
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF UPHOLSTERY,
PAPER HANGINGS AND FURNITURE.-
OnSATURDAY MORNING, Feb. 27th inst. at 10
o'clock, by order of the Trustee, we will sell without
reserve for cash, the entire stock of Upholstery, Pa-
per Hangings and Furniture; contained in store No.
781 Baltimore street, between Holliday and South sts.
Consisting in part of French, English and American
Paper Hangings; fig'd and plain Damasks and Mo-
reens, various colors; blue and crimson Velvet Plush;
Fringe and Tassels; Ornaments Straw Matting; Mat-
tresses; mahog. spring seat Sotas; mahog. spring seat
Rocking Chairs; Ladies Sewing do; Ottomans; Vene-
tian Blinds; high and French Post Bedsteads, &c. &c.
WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
fe 16 P eodt23' &dts
URNITUREON TUESDAY MORNING.
On Tuesday Morning Feb. 16th Inst. at 10 o'-
clock, at our Sales room, No. 28 South Charles st. we
will sell on assortment of new and second hard Fur-
niture, viz. mag spring seat Rocking Chairs; mahiog
Parlor Chairs do; cane seat do; windsor do; Toilet
Tables; work Stands; plain and scroll seat Rocking
Chairs; Bureaus; Pier Tables; dining and breaktastdo;
Bedsteads, &c.
ALSO-I second hand Piano, in good order.
fe 15 PC WEVER. CANNON & CO.
BRY GOODS & CLOTHING.-ON WED-
NESDAY MORNING, Feb. 17th inst. at 10
o'clock on 3d floor of our Warehouse No. 28 South
Charles st. we will sell to close a concern, a general
assortment of Dry Goods-consisting in paint of Flan-
nels; Blankets, Cassinets; Cloths; Cassimeres; Wool-
len Hosiery; Cotton and Silk do; Shawls; American
and British Calicoes; Domestic Muslin; Checks; Chal-
lays; Gros de Naps; AMouslin de Laines; Silic and Cot-
ton Hdkts.; Worked Capes; Silk and Cotton Gloves;
Beaver do; Irish Linens; Cambric Muslin; Linen Cam-
bric Hdkfs. &c. &c.
ALSO-Clothing, viz. Over Coats, Pantaloons;
Vests, &c. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
fe 15 PC Aucts.
O'T'ICE.-The undersigned have formed a Co-
1 Partnership for the transaction of a DOMES-
TIC COMMISSION BUSINESS, under the firm of
LIVERMORE & CUSHING, at No. 3 Hanover St.
H.L. LIVERMORE,
fe 12!4 E GEO.W. CUSHING.
1LK] PLUSH-A rich assortment of SILK
S PLUSH imported direct from the well known
manufactory of Messrs. Honinghaus & de Greiff, is
regularly received and offered for sale at the lowest
prices by their agent. E. KAUPE,
ja25 eod2mo P No. 57 Beaver st., N. Y.
SITUATION WANTED by a person well
Qualified to take charge of a set of BOOKS or to
act as Salesman in a Commission or Grocery Ware-
house. In the last named business he has been many
years largely engaged, and in either would be de-
sirous of making himself useful; his connections in
the States of Maiyland and Virginia are large and in-
fluential. Apply at this office. eod8t* fe9
RACE BROWN'S W ET GOODS-JUST
RECEIVED
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 laree assortment of Domes-
tic and Foreign DRY GOODS, all of which will be
sold without regard to original coat in order to change
business, by JOHN R. WRIGHT,
fe 1 eo6t White Front, No. 2 Centre Market.
LAND OFFICE.-For sale at a reduced rate, a
Treasury Certificate for $800 in Specie, entitling
the holder to enter a Section (640 acres) of Public
Land, at any of the land offices of the United Slates,
Apply to WM. HABERSHAM,
fe II 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 Mill, No.7 Dugan's wharf, by
fe 11 eo4t ALEX. HAMILL & CO.
0AT MEAL--20 bbls. OAT MEAL, for sale by
fe 15 __ JOHN BOGGS & CO.
C 1ORKS--13 halt bales Bottle velvet Corks-for
sale by te 15 LAMBERT GITTINGS.
NDIGO-10 seroons first quality Caracas, for sale
fe 15 by W. H. BEATTY & CO.


F FIRST SORT HOPS tor sale by
tfe 15 JOHN BOGGS & CO.


EXTRA WOOL BLACK CLOTHS-Just
received and for sale by
WILL1AMSON & HENRY.
fe 131 12 South Charles st.
jILLE'T NET'T'S-Black and White Fillet
NETTS forVeils; just received by
JNO. A. ROCHE,
fe 13 No. 82 Hanover street.
| IVERPOOL COAL-700 bushels best quality
i Orrel COAL, for sale by
ALEX. BROWN &I SONS, or
fe 13 4t WM. GRAHAM.
-T. DOMINGO TOBACCO-Wrappery, part
S fine, in store and for sale, in lots to suit purcha-
sers by ALBERS I CO.
fe 13 2 German st.
UST RECEIVED.-I case of very superior
Corded GAMBROONS, for sale by
THOSE. McCONNELL,
fe 121163 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 Baltimore st.
R ROUN D PLAS'TER.-The subscribers are
GL now manufacturing and intend keeping this ar-
ticle for sale. BAYLIES & TYSON,
1 mo. 23 eo4w Patterson st. lower end.
6000 GUNNY BAGS, very strong and
6 heavy, and extra size, say 48 by 30 in-
ches, suitable for covering Rio Coffee-Just received
and for sale by J. G. CHAPPELL,
fe 6 eo4t 83 Smith's whf-
SINC-We have on hand quantity of FRENCH
SHEET ZINC as also in Tiles, a new article and
now universally used for covering Buildings in Paris,
which we will sell low. T. PALMER & CO.
fe 13 P 4t No. 108 & 108. Baltimore st.
B/JHITE WHEAT 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.
10O BELL HANGERS.--We have just receiv-
Sed an invoice of Zinc Tubes, for Bell hang rs'
use, which we will sell low to close sales.
T. PALMER & CO.
fe 13 P 4t No. 108 and 'S Balto. stf.
HILADELPHIA BUCKCWR HEAT-A
few barrels, quarters and kegs of Philadelphia
BUCKWEAT, on hand and for sale low to close by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 13 Lombard, near Light st.
1 Of9 DOZEN PAINTED BUCKETS
10 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.
F AMILY FLOUR.-100 bbls. of White Wheat
Family FLOUR, most of which is the Newcom-
er brand, for sale by
MILES It MACBRIDE,
2nd door East of Paca street,
fe 12 in 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 Wate4 street near
Light street, over the Blacksmtth Shop of William
Simpson.__ d3w* fe8
SOTICE-The owner or consignee of ihirly-five
cases prunes, len Indian bbls wine,aind len bales
nul., per schr.Uen. Call, Imom New York, will please
-- .- -_' -151 H IAN E'V


PUBLIC SALE*.
By 1. Wlhiteley,
20 PRATT STREET, OPPOSITE RAIL *ROAD DEPOT
Soa PACKAGES- APOTCHECARIES
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 .i1. Hall 4' Co.
N. E. CORIIER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE-ST8
SALE7OF NEW & SECOND HAND FUR-
NITURE, WINES, &c.
W E will sell on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 171h
inst. at 10 o'clock, at our Auction Rooms, a
variety ot Furniture, consisting in part of mahogany
sideboard; bureanta: end tables; dining and breakfast
do; card do; very handsome centre table; ladies bureau
with dressing glass; sofa (very rich) cane seat and
windsor chairs; leather beds; carpets;high back rock-
ing chairs; nurse do; imitation maple wash stands and
toilet tables; bedsteads, &c. &c.
Also-15 doz superior Madeira Wine; 4 dozen old
Sherry WINE
4 doz Port, Lot of French Wines, Lot of Wines in
demijobrihns
Also, Morris Faucets, ass't. Nos
8 boxes Window Glass
One long Counter with Italian marble Pillars
and top and 1 single mahog. desk.
fe 15-dts P R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
NTAPIER PRESS.-Will be offered at public
L1 sale on WEDNESDAY the 24th February inst.
at one o'clock, P. M. at the Exchange, in the City of
Baltimore, a DOUBLE CYLINDER NAPaER
PRINTING PRESS, large mammoth size. The
Press will be shewn on application to the subscribers.
Terms at sale. R. M. HALL & CO. Auct.
fe 4 3taw
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY A'T
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-In pursuance of a decree
of the Higo Court of Chancery of Maryland, the sus-
scriber will offer at public sale on TUESDAY, the
16th day of February next, at two o'clock in the af-
ternoon, at the Court House door in Elkton, all that
very valuable property lying on Little Elk River, is
Cecil co., Md. known as "The Rockville Paper
Mills," with the tract oflandpn.which the same are
situated, containing about eighty-three acres and
twelve perches of land. This property is situated but
six miles from navigable water, and is in the midst of
a well populated and abundant country. The im-
fr provements consist of a large STONE PA-
BTr PER MILL, 80 by 40 feet, three stories high,
Imm nd having all the requisite machinery for
making the various kinds ofpaper;-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 establishments.
The water power is valuable, and is, in general, ade-
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 conveni-
ent fields, and is well watered with abur,.l,,nt spriai.s
of best water; aboutone half of it is in oo.., ni I Itnl,
rest in arable and meadow land, 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 prescrib-
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 title will be made.
GEO. W. DOBBIN. Trustee.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
A LARGE AND DESIRABLE ASSORTMENT.
E B. ESTES, Wholesale Dealer in Dry Goods,
E No 187 Baltimore st.is now receiving his Spring
Goods, 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 thfcall 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 ofthe newest styles, and some of
the most beautiful in this country.
Plain Mous. de Laines;bl'k, blue bl'k and coloured
New style Mous. de Laines, very handsome
Mationi LUSTRING, the best imported
Gro de Rhine LUSTRING, rich lustre
Paradise LUSTRING
Black and blue black SILKS, Plain and fig'd wide
and narrow, some very rich
New style fig'd SILKS, wide and narrow, ex. rich
Rich and beautiful new style bonnet and cap RIB-
BANDS
New style plaid Silk VESTINGS, a beautiful arti-
cle
Black Fillet SHAWLS, plain and embroidered
Rich new style Silk SHAWLS, light colours .
Newlstyle Fancy Handkfs and SCARFS
Fillet Gloves and MITTS
Fille Veils and Veil STUFFS
Rich black Bobinett VEILS
A large assortment Linen Cambric Handkfa, very
cheap
Gloves and Hosiery, of all kinds
Damask Table Cloths, Table Linens and Napkins
Cambric Muslins, Jaconet Muslins, Mulll 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 capes German Linenr 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 dE. B ESTES.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
ORD & STANNARD, No. 5 Hanover street,
offer to Town and Country Dealers, a good as-
sortment of DOMESTIC GOODS, at low prices, by
the piece or package. te 15 3m
IMBRIE & FARNUM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (up stairs)
AVE just received a large and desirable as-
sortment of 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 t0
DOUCHET & LEGENNE;
86 BEAVER ST. NEW YORK,
H AVE RECEIVED by late arrivals, a good as-
RA sortnient of Goods for the season, consisting-ot,
Black Drab D'ETE
Plain black and blue black BOMBAZINES
Figured Bombazines, light colours
do do black and blue black
Printed MOUSELINE DE LAINE
Plain CHECKS, blue, black and colored
Pointed CHALLYS
New style Worsted GOODS, for gentlemen's wear.
fe6 dim*'
CAST IRON HOLLOW WARE, &c,-A
complete assortment of Hollow Ware, adapted
to the Southern and Western markets,
Anthracite Iron Castings, extra light
Danville patent Tea KETTLES
Waffle IRONS, and American manufactured
Hardware, of superior finish
Pennsylvania Pig IRONgrey and high
do Bloom
3 pair French Bunr MILLSTONES, for sale by
HUGH BOYLE,
fe 9 eo8t No. 57 Smith's wharf.
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully announ-
ces to the Public,that he intends to open, in the
city of Baltimore, on MONDAY, the first day of
March next, an English and Classical High School for


Boys, in which thorough instruction shall be given in
all branches of science usually taught in Seminaries
of a high order; and he pledges himself to procure
school apparatus of the best kind, and able assistant
teachers as they may be needed.
Graduated at Dartmouth College, and having been,
for the last ten years, a teacher in Boston in the cele-
brated Select School of Mr, Gideon F. Thayer, and
more recently principal in one of 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 own interests in giving him some share of.
their patronage.
The School will be opened in a building called War-
field's Church. Entrance from Courtland street.
The following are the terms for instruction;-viz.
in Latin, Greek, and English studies per quarter, $15.
To those who study the Modern Languages 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. Whitingham, D. D.
Rev. Dr. Wyatt,
Rev. Dr. Johns,
Rev. Dr. Henshiw,
Rev. Mr. Hamner.
Charles Gilman, and
Hugh Davy Evans, Esquires.


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STEAM BRICK PRESS FOR SALE.
AS the subscribers are now erecting a machine of
much larger capacity, they offer for sale the four
mould BRICK MACHINE, used by them during the
last season.
This Machine, with the labor of seven men, four
boys, and one horse and cart,,will turn out 1500 biieks
per hour on an average of I2,000 a day through the
season. The bricks are made of elay as if. is dug from
the earth, which is thrown into the machine and car-
ried from,thence directly to the kiln, and there set
ready forburning. They are of superior quality, ex-
act in size, remarkably true and square, the red bricks
making a very handsome front. The work is all done
under cover and consequently suffers no interruption
from the weather. SMITH & PROUD.
fe 9 2aw4w
A FAMILY of the highest respectability residing
in one of the most pleasant locations of the city
wishing to increase their income, and having rooms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Gentleman and Lady, of their own standing. Ad-
ress F. C D. through the Post Office. fe 3-eotf
IX CENTS REWARD.-Ranaway trom the
S Subscriber on WEDNESDAY the 3d instant,
Charles Gould, about sixteen+ years of age, an indented
apprentice to the maritime business. I forwarn all
persons from harbouring or employing said boy at the
peril of the law. ROBERT HUTSON,
fe 12 4t*
.REMOVAL.
J F. CASSELL & COMEGYS, DEN-
0 TISTS,respectfully inlotim ITheir frienmdsand Ihe
public that they have REMOVED their offices from
the corner of Liberty and German streets, to the South
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VALUABLE DWEL
SA
B Y VIRTUE of the gene
County Court, passed in
of insolvent Debtors, the
trustee of James Tracey,
offer for sale at public
bi;.4 .leenlh da,) tl 1 lm c tu
A1A .. -a the Exchrite n l
%I.L THO aE 1'W O
Ot' 1.RtOLUND, imalde in n
irnioe, which ane (oarai
bounds., ro ra;e a,- li nImea aain
beginner,: i-.i Irti hat I
north sn.l ,I 'l Fr.iilin ai
hundreds Ile l adrJ tIr,, ii, a
ner fonn,.,i ba Ithe nla-t C : I
Frankin iaieet, aiId lhe i -i
running thence westerly, b
o1 Franklin street twenty-f
parcel of ground herein a
itorhlierty bounding on tha
Pl.'ail -al:e-[ one hundred
all-r, Ira-ii a.i-r-rly bou
luni Irk l. ar .i-a. inch t
e Ily i-diallel wath Pearl s
Iuiill rveraliar the said hi ..
Ih.--rc.n 40wLlach rl) lo the t. 1
same parcel of :r,w,Idi %
date the fifteenth d.) ut MIi
dred and "nir[t ia-,a. and
Records of B..ilan.'i- Co
No. 237, folio 511, &c.
Francis R. Bowly, to the
assigns tor the term of ni
forever, at and under the y
and twenty cents, in equa
thirty dollars and ten cent
September and March, re
accounting from the first
eighteen hundred
And beginning for the sec
the north side of Franklin
three hundred and twenty-
corner formed by the inters
Franklin street and the wes
running thencelwesterly bo
Franklin street fifty feet
inch, then northerly para
hundred and twenty-feet to
ly bounding on the south s
feet six inches and one-hal
erly by a straight line o
to the place at beginning
ed parcel of ground was a
even date with that above
amir the I l and Recors f
237, iolhi 50., &c. demise
ci R. laIowly to the above
his assigns for the term
newable forever at yearly
and eighty six cents, pay
payments of thirty one
cents at the periods and
above me
-i The above property is
I !and well built two
H HING HOUSE, new and
in a moat delight
The terms of sale are cash
the option of the purchase
money with interest, to b
and the remaining half wi
months from the day of s
with seerarity to. be appr
trus
Possession of the above p
on the first da
WM. GEOR
Permanent
jis 20 P law3w&ds
REAL ESTATE
No. 27 SEC
VALUABLE TAVE
SALE-One Three Stor
ting on Hanover st. oppos
feet, running back 160 feet
al Brick Back Building,
every convenience fo
tl& three years built,and ou
and built in the best mann
house back andl front; the
at public auction on WE
at 4 o'clock, in the after
W. B
SAlso one Two Story
H ling on south High st.
J fronat with a ground re
house Is in complete order,
uation fon a mail family,
very con
Also we have on hand a v
TY PROPERTY which we w
private
Also, several very desi
Falls Road, I1 miles fro
training 105 acres, about
the Reisterstown Road-an
Rail Road, containing 140
meant. Call on BO
fet 10S
TO BE SOLD
SUNDRY LOTS in the V
adjoining the 3rd mile
road near to the Fairview
feet on the road, and run
of 33 feet wide. The posit
mile and three quarters fro
There is an abundance of
few feet of the surface, an
building,within 200 yaids
also two or three eminences
to 20 acres ot land to eac
River Patapsco and the c
The whole of the above prop
as may suit the wishes of
RICHARD
de 11 d4tlawtf PS
i% l-.-i. r A-D- i
RE
r 0ro RENT-The square
SDock, Block and Point
front ot'f 500 feet and a stre
ing an entire Square encl6se
A and having a Brick (
M on the premises. It is
J fltbr LUMBER or CA
the most roomy and conven
convenient to the Rail
R. HOWA
fe 12 O oe'w
TO
THE SUBSCRIBER.wil
year, or for a short te
TIFUL GARDEN situate in
site the Carmelite Nunnery
Henry Moore. I i- .i ii.,-1
FntITS, such ai P 1. 'a
RIES, &c. &e., besides a
ment of SHRUBBERY an
S, com comfortable DWL
i11"Wpremises, situated n
IALJULden. To horticultr
flowers this garden offers
with. For t
ST. GEO. W
oc 8 P di Offic
A GAZETTE QF'
n ORLE.ISE-The premi
St. Paul's street, an
as the "Gazette Office" w
a term of years-the situat
ble one, either for a print
siness for which the bmat
near Baltimore street. P
diately. For terms,, app
premises, or of
fe 3
d J.. i. i.Tl1. L A... .. t.i-
V-' 9 to 40 acres each for r
for sale at a reasonable p
situated within and two wit
all within a very short dist
healthy, and soil a riv .o,
ket, or dairy F.hIKM"P
"' would make desire
Stocks and other security
ken in paym
ELDER, GEL
fe 9 opposite Western
F POiI. RENT-The
H Store house on the n
,renar Sharp street, o
an-i I lahI maple. Possessi
apply to MAGR
orto SAM'L.J
oc16 dtf


.1 FOR RENT-T- e thr
DWELLING on Pritt s
n alow Exeter, now occu
Peterkin. Early possession
Apply to
de 28 d 4o__
ft FOIl SALE-2 small
HOUSES, 1 situated i
l ide, near Biddle street,
tori street, south side, ae
appI to THOR
j a ol NR. 10 Lg t

ftYELLOW HOUSE in
J.Z .rented to a good tenant
and the necessary repair
which will beo
G. B WILSON & CO.
ja 19 dl6t? P o
____ FOR RENT-A large
i Counting lRoom on thbe se
suitable for a co
SHEPPARD
fe 12 2awtt N L t
J FOR RENT-The3
iin i IIIE. No. 4 Mcl
I i .i., Ina good tenant,
erate. Apply to JA
fe II1 4t N 1 wh
JrA FOR SALE.--Three n
ated on Hollins st. west o
MRB THORNTON
ja 19 N
OR RET-The 3 sr B E
I. 1I N I on Charles stre
'a.-ial st
de 19 P
14)1 -It I-t 1 I ,,,i a
(i Prl-auur nd Chamber,)
.J.i. >i abi Boar4ing h
q,l Ii- -r it, f.. -
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aVf in S.,untl EL\lter sn. ,E
'.0 PUhL Iip .-,] Cti Erit-
at in,. t i.- J 14
AUCTION
I LV-.V.R. CANNOT
W F .ER ,.nd <'0 II l:'a
Sale Rooms No. .-m ..
Who attend to -dia- .I hFL.-
suI'h a- H,-,aaaa. 1.-.I-. l.,l,
C(alF/ Vr'a-cls. sl..rla a
Har .e.t.,mn.. PI-Ih..I-. Pla
Jlea al.y, Falh'lhiaa'me, h.rnni.
. -i.' .. Cu. will gi%-ve tI
Bninagn amIhl disposal of
All Iale an auction wi
NON in
Liberal advances in bank
be obtained on goods, whln
lic Sale. E
an 20
-itL-NtH LINEN C
do Batiste
do Camb
,to Hecn-tlbich-
Just receive' al
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---PUBLI
VALUABLE BALTIM
TY.-By virtue ota dec
t.a1, sitting as a Court o
as trustee, will on MONDAY
o'clock P. M., at the Ekchb
lowing described property
piece or piiccl of ginrd,
more, fTlhia rc.hai tltnd
courses and distances fo
for the same on the li
Baltimore street, at the d
westerly from the corner fo
the north aide of Baltimor
of Gay street, ..i. iann,.ia
ou Baltimore -ir-.- a j i...
with Gay street 33 feet,
with Baltimore street 20 feet
to the beginning. The terms
cash on lthe ratification of
six, twelve and eighteen
the (lay sale upon the whole
to be scored by endorsed
by the
This property will be sol
prior mortgage for about
exact amount will he anno
fe 5 2aw4teo4 P* J
1N PURSUANCE ofadecr
ty County Court, sitting
signed will sell by auction
DAY the Istday of Mlar
All that LOT OF GROUN
side of Lexington street, an
tant east from Charles st
westerly on JLexingtoin str
clude the west gable end
on said ground, thence so
st. 39 feet 6 inches, thence
south 61 feet 8 inches, th
thence south parallel with
ches, thence east 22 feet 5
Lexington street the
On this Lot is erected th
A ble DWELLING of Dr.
T whole front of the lot
'M ries and a basement, wi
the whole is remarkably w
ord
Thie terms of sale as press
Sin cash on the day of sale
and 18 months, with intere
be approved by the trustee,
payment.
he 5 2aw
F OR SALE.-A FARM ca
480 acres of Land, situa
in Carroll county,about t
the Couhty town,-eighte
Baltimore city, and four
part of the land, amply suf
poses, is in limber; the res
proportion of which is go
well set in Timothy. The s
adapted to the growth of g
it plaister and lime have b
fully. The Land binds in p
also a large and unfaillin
siderable fall, running thr
marikably
A There is upon thepr
T lLING HOUSE, of stone
fJt building-also a BAR
filty-two by thinty-three f
and containing Stalls for
cond of frame and contain
mows for grain, &c
The landis susceptible of
small farms, each of whi
and have a sufficient qua
would be sold entire or div
unexceptionable title will
able portion of the purcha
will be allowed. The grai
purchased of the occupant a
sion can be obtained on th
Apply to U
fe 9 2aw4w
jRUSTEE'S SALE.-By
Baltimore County Court
Equity, the subscriber will
Exchange, on WEDNESDAY
ruary inst. at
Several well secured Gr
divers parts of a LOT of
corner of South Cha
The terms of sale as prec
one halt cash on the day o
two equal payments in six
interest an
For further particulars
S JOHN SCOTT
H. W. BOOL,


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FOR RALE.-'The unr
private sale to close
FLOURING MILL on
It consists of a brick AMi
house, substantially buil
steam Engine of30 inch cy
Machinery for four run of
the above property is situ
hundred feel, running one
street, forming a square on
and subject to a ground re
is not disposed of before the
on that day be sold at auc
at the Exchange, a
ja6 2awt24M _____
FRANKLIN B
IIE Subscribers will re
Bank of Baltimore notes
following described P,.i.-.i,- .
A A ATwoSth- i I I- L
ly ca street, opposite th
.li cupied by Mir. Charle
vern; there are extensive B
ous fine Cellars, the whole a.
ness. It is occupied a nd re.i
t Also,2 Two Story IB
115situated on Jasper str
Market House. Those
built in 1838, with good b
the whole well calculated
market. Rent for
A_. Also, three TWOS
1Wuated in Sharp near L
ImIU good back buildings
occupied by good tenants; th
to the yard of each. The th
Also, a Two Story F
M ate.I on the corner of
S ty Alley, occupied as a
first rate stand for the ret
feet 6 inches b
Also in th- li. th-
115substantial li-h l.
IjllU cellars to each. The w
ann
A^ Also, 2 Two Story
situated in East street
Sirican Church. Lots a 2
back buildings and dry cel
nu
Also, 2 Two Story
I situate at the corner
I' Moon Alley; thie corner
one of the best stands in O
cery business, formerly
years by Mr. James Colli
nu
Also in said Alley, a
T 'Bgood Two Story BiCKC
tm .!I;-tl.-r with a vacant
another house. Rent
An Also, two excellent
1 1DWELLINGS, situate
,a Town, near the Bel-Air
ses are in complete order
rough repair- are new)3 pa
ways occupied. Ren
r-L Also, a Two ,--
fM1 situate in Gay street,
iL.M Air Market,a nd is re
a term of 10 years-he kee
pair, for and during the
per a
.- Also, 2 Two St,-,ni
Forrest street, (ti IO
IM Brick House. Lots 2
ent to the Bel-Air Market.
Also,a Two Story B
HOUSE, corner of Park
iftL occupied by Mr. Eli
is an excellent stand. R
The whole of the above de
simple, except $178 ground
putable, and will be guar
Notes or approved Checks
Baltimore will be taken in
approved Bank
E. McFA
ja 5 d Pe
JA FOR RENT-A Small
11ted for farming or g
lM .Westard City line, andi
derick and the Washington
this farm, and perhaps ext
Marl, from which a large
dug adjacent to t
nell tt413aww PS
UNDEI i
fHENRY WEAVER, Sexto
respectfully informs hisri
that he is now prepared t
superintending FUNERALS, ia.-
ture of COFFINS, the furmn
the preparation of all matters
He also begs leave tocall
Sto COFFINS of a new and
made by himself, which ha
baton oft'all wholhave se
of improved appearance, bu
purpose intended, and can
order in a plain or costly
invited to call and examine
adjoining new Christ C
The subscriber is also pre
construction of VAULTS,
in any graveyard, in the v
and durability. The satisfy
tofore given to all who ha
termination to urise his unt
enable him to promise satif
sire his services.
fe 5 eo6t
k."t i N. .NNA I'l
STONE MAN
]HE subscribe-r rti i.t-
citizens of Ma.Il %iaI.
States generally, i, r t,- I.-
every variety ot the above na
they can be had at any o
United States, and that all
at his risk, and all work wa
Sto any part of the County
made to suit any ptclcha,
favo. r him with" la-itA -a.
tablishment he ilnl k,. -f
Anchor Brand BOLTING
quality, an improved articl
fect squar- meshed Cloth, a
article twenty per cent le
any establishment eitherin
as be is connected with anm
rect from Holland, which
This article is warranted al
bers and proper fineness, an
in
Thire subscriber will be f
Mill Stone Manufactory,
miles above Havre de Gra
nal, where all orders add
0. Harford County Md. wi
and promptly
ALEXANDER
REFERENCE
Isaac G. Reynolds, (Pra
Deposi
B, S. Woolverton, Dan


NOTICE TO
A SECOND light ship,
has been moored in the
November, in the viciniity
of the entrance into the
remain on that Station a
floating ice. From this lig
Beacon South by West. -
on Meier's leegde sand in
(c) the red Bu
Vessels, which may be co
ser without a pilot, have
No. 1, and in all cases to
then, as soon as possible,
east. Keep it in that direct
course, till they make light
SGerman or 3 English mile
light ship No. 1 to bear
to steer for it
Light ship No. 2 should
east, whence the course
lightship No. 2 in nort
anchor in the vicinity, at
man or one English mile, w
will be lound in about 7
is not advisable to procee
From light ship No. 2 th
Wurster channel to white
by East-distance a) Germ
Into the channel of Fedder
South East for the same d
to Salzhoeren Sa
Both light ships aie pain
an elevation of 42 feet abo
In place of a flag they
mast heads, which ', ,h...
light ships in t
Published in Baltimore,
order of the S
A. SCHUMACHER,
ia 30 2aw8t
To CAPIT
A CHANCE FOR
T HE undersigned, within
S offers for sale, on ,r- .
COAL LANDS AND R\Ii '
the "St. Chlair Rail Road."
is well known in the who
markets, embraces an exten
on an almost unlimited leas
with the cars, boises, anal a
an extensive business. It
to the debouchment, at the
bushels of Coal per day. H
nage. Several pieces of la
nexion therewith, and, wi
pense, may be rendered capab
Ohio river, one mile be'..
EIGHTTHOUSAND IWtll
L
This valuable propertI. v.. i t
the Monongahela and .%\ I-rH,
ages superior to any
The terms of sale will be
will amply repay any capi
For particulars, apply (by
designed, or to Mr. Georg
Drug Establishment of Aver
Wood and Second str
JNt, NI .-J
Pittsburgh, Feb. 4, 1
BY THE HOUSE
JANUARY,2
R ESOLLED BY THE Ge
,ryland, Thatthe Tr
Shore proceed forthwith to
the Stockholders of the C(. -
Company at Frederick, p.-'..
dlay, in pursuance of the
adopted for the regulation a
pany by the Stockholders
July, eighteen hundm ii-I I
gate the affairs and p. i n iL,,
and to take such lar? IrI' i i i
interest of the Stoc
By order: G
We hereby certify that th
py ofthe original resolution
es of the Legislature of t
sion,
Given under our hands at t
26th day of J
GEORGE G
Clerk of the House
JOS. H. NIl.
Clerk of the Sen
WESTERN SHORE TR
ANNAPOLIs, JAN
N OBEDIENCE to a resol
Assembly ot Maryland, o
of which the foregoing is a
the resolution of the Stock
a General Meeting of the
peake and Ohio Canal ('-..I '
assemble and be held at ii,,. '
city of Frederick, in Frer
on MONDAY, lhe 8th day of
clock, M., "to investigate
and their p.0a tu a,., a .'-aar
order in ifa tl a"I-h'ie-ah o- t
ers may require."
he 1 t8thMa TreWar
I RAC ULOUSORIE
VENTED MANNER O
struction in the N-', I, ,,.
Manner of WA-HIt., ,., i..
complaints ofthe head, ears
day I- r r r h-'h-- ..-.. rn: at,
ry, tif., -' '% .-.it t i I- ,i a
and for the renovation anda
and the removal of wrinkles ,.
ness of the lace, producia ing
beautiful and fresh. Ladia
to get direction and instrn i
m miraculous m,,, -. \'
rn C. WII.1.I- i ,1 tat s
r CH.G. -t. IiT' I., .-i. .
bear the particulars.
Silt. ARCHEUR. (Giradtua
demy,at West I'..k'a a.
BOARDING& iLD\ :.- I

1, -It.oa'Cha ....
T 111SINSTY T'ION is c
embracing a thorough an
instruction in all the bra
Educa
There is a Pi.. i ..- t-,r
school, into A h.. a .i il
duced prices. A Prospect
studies, prices &c. &c. may
the Principals at the scl
made to Major Gen. Winf
Dennis H. Mahan, l'r.-f
J. W. Baily, Prof. ( i-i i
my; Roswell Park, Prof. of
versity of Penn,; Rev. Dr.
Rev. John C. Backus, Rev.
B. Magruder, Dr.R. N. Ha
Dallam Esq.. Win. F. Giles
Esq., Wmn. Reynolds Esq.
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gilbet
Rev. John IDavis, Washin
Finney, Harford co, Md.

lIknew a lovel
With bright blue ey
Which fell ir mroa'
Utpn a brow .lr
And half beneath
Atppeared the soft
Rivalling the ligh
When billowy cloud
She wa- a being
Cast ia perfection
One, with affectio
An Anchorite's heart
But, ah! short tim
Ere that sweet flowe
And she who lat
Appeared fast am:, t'
CONSUMPTION, a.liit i
Seemed to hay' 1aa 1,I.
Tell me, hit! tell m
So soon take on
No! though Piysici
Is useless here,
Will give relIef, w
Would only hasten
Thy Hoarhoanr Cand
(Ard many shall i
That fonally loved
Restoring ter t
Ala, happy an..'.,.,:h
Its good nil- a. a
That stricken flower -
Thaks t- Ih.a t', ai.
Go then, *'I|..- ,|.
Ye to whom health


At Pease's.store n
At 45 Division stre
9Q-PEASE'S CANDY has b
commended by Drs. Cheese
son, Rodgers, Berger, Har
vens, Childs, Delafield, Br
ber ofothers, as aiaexcellent r'
Hoarsenesss, Pain in the Brea
diseases which, if nr.t check
CONSUMPTION A
0,-Each package ofthe gen
of thte original inventors an
Sot, No 45 Division sr
CANDY, andl you wont be d
spurious imitations, which
blackbe
For sale, wholesale and
10 NORTH ST., who is sol- ,
will appoint agents in any pi
most advantageous term-,
THOMSONIAN AD
The Subscribers are well
M ..li. I- I.. a i . .. i, .
I-.. -IIE a -- iJ-] a. %, IFr, I. a i .. .
n-aI--.l i -.-. ir.--.,-,Ia -.-..' ,-.r . .
ands ofvolumes nave been writ
sent fashionable system of pra
degree imperfect
Dr. Rush compares it to an n
he top rind cracked
Dr. Ilervy says, "What unaccou
frames that we set ourselves so
is new? Can anly one behold, wu
physicians, that after the space o
perience and practice of their i
medicine has been discovered ii i,
toprevent,opposeorexpela......
ble remedieswhich the God -i .1 I
vishi hand over every hill and v
wi evetuall eentay en';r. In ai ..
Itis a factdeeply i.. a 1, ,.,i
has sinvented bleebieim.,,,k iii',l .
ias introduced the chemical p
been introduced for healthy mne
sBent to an unim
We know not," says Dr. Rees
the discovery of mniercury, as a bl
since the diseases itentails a
cur
Ti. i .,l ; ..r.' .,:. i :,-u. ] .,,y nia
ges ol ile I I.. ... ,- --- ,1 ... . .
bears ofon t. 4, *'q. a- 10 .a .., . ..
grades, all of which have be
remedies were p
The peculiarexcellenee oi', -
ofMedical Practice,iswellt .-ii.
every common reader, lie L-r'.,-
fin r- .i n I.aa .,..! It...a i,a-a '' I,... I ,. a eu
rii. "'-'ar.. n,if ., vegea, p ,
..i iit '. in ,, r .,1 ,ia ii;. ..r
ii harmony withla n
The system of Dr. Thomson i
comprehensive a manner That
family.after a little a*ai'. -na i., ,n
it with perfectsafet) ao f 1111, i I
ced inthe whole pre-H. I, a, I-Ii i I
leterious qua
Ia-. a ihina-r.ric.. iAc. l-' .-
on larJ -,*a 1I I tr0i 4.F.I[al I I jI
FAMItI. Il CiTu I.nth.n lm.. i
gea, l..,r ,ilr %l i V -0lU ,i i. Ull
personal wia may possess thiela
ble them to fully understa
Goin'tar MaYtis
ICELAND MOSS CO
is a pleasant and convene
Cough, Difficult Breathin
TYLER, corner E. iBlti


FRANKLIN BANK
PAR FOR F
SOUTH EASTCORNER
TAW ST
Entrance on Lexing on
&1AMUEL FREY, since h
M burnt out in the fall, a
his Ware Rooms, so that at
tully equal, ii ngt superior
the city, and having enlar
prepared to execute all o
despatch. His pr--e.,lt -t
sive assortment oi t.. ],,
' ]l elb ., a .t..l a-. lta r i 'l .e r ,L -
S a.i .,t.l.- -, .aa .mmn--, i
new andl elegant pattern,
and Windsor C
tie also informs the publt
his manulactory, and that
very best stamp. Their w
confidence recommend to
wishing to purchase are re
the War
UNDERTAKING attenrled
and Hearses turnished, and
general satisfaction,
41ItA~..'l-i'l;ui; *"Ti
D4 AVI I[',' l:'ll 'N 1-
PRIIAC'TICALL,


MUSCULA
''o the acquisition of tbe
PENMA
at! pI a ..i. n in s f
a. a i ..> I. l ,.f..--t'- n
t . R.,,, i : ,' I \ i e
-aI It.. 'li-s Ii l. 4B,tifi
est scrtiiny both in theo
case has it proved other
Maryland Institute of Teach
under ii '. i. .,., a for t
proved ( I i L, i,. theory
In an editorial says "the
in favor and atroagef oat a
ed public." The Sun also s
"the Guide commends its
the most ordinary capacity
convinced of its vast prac
the editor ofthe Pilot anda
plan a":-'.. a, improvement
Clippe, .i in commend
schools have adopted the G
time to time from individual
have been presented to the p
going, who can ren
N. B. BRam opr-n dvay a n
at all .. a tI[ .i,.- -
Roomrs 41 Baltimore str
PUBI SC H
N .-.bLdira.-e to a call fr
zn. i .,.-... of Public
Ci. l.uii ,i 'Tuesday mo
a I-.!
WILLIAM KREBS,
CHARLES GILMAN,
The following i+.ut. a-.
missioneis f--i.. ',r ai-, t
plications may be made
scho
William Krebs.
Joseph King, Jr., Charles
John Bighamn, corner t
James Lucas, 6
Charles Gilman, Fayett
from C
Thomas Finley, Hill
Matthew Shaw, 0
lDr. John F'. Monmonier,co
stre
John W.Randolph, corner
Je-se Slingluuf, Howard
J.cotb Hieald, corner of
George R. Mosher, Howard
One vacancy to besupp
N. B.-Alli persons having
surrer, will please to call a
25, 2nid door eas
J. W. T
fe II 4t Clerk
Coates and Glenn)mN
vs. >" 'r TY COURT,
Uppercoo & Co 1841-Ordered by
ninth day of February, 18
reported by John Glenn, Tr
and confirmed unless cause
on or before the fourth d
a copy of this order be in
paper published in thIe city
a week Ior three success
fourth lay ol' March next
mount of sales to
True copy
fet 10
I S1 % 1.'# 11 ]( I |t
COURT. January 30, 1841.
ot thie real Estate ol Luke
by Alexander Neill and Wa
Executors of the last Willa
Deceased, and this day rep
said Executors, be ratifileda
be shown to the contrary on
April next,-Provided, a cop
in some daily newspaper,
Baltimore, at least once a
weeks,--belfore tie li
'The report states thne a
thousand lour hundred and
copy. Test
he 3 aw4
C .ui I .. ..%11, *- I
and others, .I C,
vs. ( uity, .
Elia I,. Chinn k Wife.. a T b
B. Gorsuch, and Maary his w
ward Bates and Kezialh Bat
such, and Sarah Gorsuch r h
Ann his wife, Thromsas iiHu
wile, Jesepnh I i i. .A.na
i"i .. a a .. iii.il 0. E ihho
.ia. .... i.' the defend
certain property, and tle d
which the complainants and
as tenants in cornmon under
ler, late of Baltimo
The bill states that Mary G
Keziah Bates, and Sarah Go
said William WhIeeler-a
Cooper, Thlomas Simpsona
Ehlizabeth Moore, and Ann C
zabeth -.....ii. I. w.'a
Williamn IS ,. -i a- ,t of
21 yeais, that by the wil
dalted on the 26'h May, 1823
ter thie deal of his 'wife,
estate not otherwise specif
to i.. 1. 1 A '. ; M ay, Jan
the -.,-1' I..... t Ins daughter
the prolae-ty ,,I..,, na. !.r
two tracts of I.':Cl u l-. I.
ground in the City of Balti
ly described iM the bill f
complainants are desirous
solti, that ihe proceeds may
to the interest of all part
That the defendants, froweve
wbefefore a resort to Chan
and that tlae said defendant
It a 1.-, i .. a, adjud
plainants by causing a copy
inn ,,a 'a t 1 ,.. '1'-.
March nexa. give notice to th
of the object and substance oi
to appear in this Court, in
or before hlae first day o
premises, and to show cause
decree should not b
It. B. M
True copy, Test
ja 2t law3w







J s,
a.+ ----
..' ; .r,: ,ii


P IA AOS, PIANOS.-Just r
Caspar, direct from B
Dresden and Leipsic,of ex
not surpassed by any.
correct copy of the cele
grand Piano, of'superior to
a lot of fine Guitars, all for sal
terms. Purchasers are polite
examine them at


a ,- received by the
-, L- I.a-,, fr. s y
iorinntof msclIn
runets viz:,
Rose anti Satinwood G
finest Instruments which
scriber
Accordeons with 26 keys,
fect tone and ofsu
The subscriber has like
Everhard from Bremen,
Piano Fo'tes, 6 andait 6oc
Rosencrantz, I)resdPiT. TheI
very best Instruments fro
Instruments will be sold w
pleasing terms.
no 10
'51 1 T.I.I
PI 1 N 1 I''
--- GRATEF
I.% -a, b g'": a e- i air s
" -- tat [i. h conti t r p i
I 1ItNOSH111
and VIOLINS; to purchase
second hand Pianos; and
made, or makes to order ;' h
stools and music stands --I
proved patterns. He wanir
work, and his charges w
He is permitted to refer t
Petri N.
Orders ,' i i,.-- a.. a i
I i ar I -1 i,'., store
il .i .].. :. \< .
no 21 eo31n
GERMAN
Ago THE Subscriber
_-.-[-.It,- late arrive
oIVkeep oiabana
^ ai-' a ra Piano
I 1 none impor
whichahey offer ior sale
ale 1
OFFICE OF MARYLAN
3rd Februar
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i'L President anad Director
dividend of Ten Dollars,
office on and alter MP a
The Stockholdters of this
that they are required by
notes (luring there present m
election for thirteen Direct
will be held at the 4fi,-
DAY, thie 1st day cr alrl,rahi-
of 10 and 12 o'c
fe3 4tl* P* WM.


ENGINEER'S
BALTIMOREAND O R
P ROPOSALS are invited fo
c. ribed materials to be use
the Railway Track between
berl
Sawed Lumber for Uaider
54,583 sticks of Scantling
long, clear of stump-shlot
board measure
54,500 do do 3x10
M;,1,;ir.I together
Heen Ti.'-',rt, Ti.
105,600 sticks, i I,. i .'
thickness of 4" inches, a
7 feet
30,200 do Iii-I.l in same
inches--width and -. -_
Cast laon Jbr _-
52,800 Joint Chairs. weighin
52.800 Mliddle (:o 4
52,800 Bottom Plates, d
Tolal lbs..cast ir
IWroughtP Ion f
105,600 Screw-b6lts 71i
diam. wt. 1 lb. each,
m105,co Nuts for same,
wt. lb. each,
105,60)0 Washers, ofa W
long by 2', wide, and
.. .... weighing 9-1fi
I', '':-,', i' i. of rot
width, and 1-16 thic
pound,
844,800 hiok-headed S
7-1Ii square in the sh
iz. each,
The Sawed Lumber may be
with not .rin re than arn inc
stick; free from large kno
kind.-A portion oh the 4
posed tor to be furni-hed
same conditions as to quali
may beat Baltimore. Geog
Cumiberland, or any other
road. and file proposal will
limes at which the Lum
Proposers to whom more
juat named are accessible,
prices for delivery at each;
Ithe Company in regard to
be accr
The /uwn, Timber, intend
support-bloecks, I.,.-\ 1-
cher 'Inut-oak, -r .u .r i-.
and straight in one directing
delivering it in the rough
undertake thie hewing ohf it
htie can so word his proposal
of the sticks must be suc
dressed to be aof the full di
bark and exe-kerft. lthe
bark is loose, it must be stip
ry. The delivery may tie r
line, between Harper's F t
tlie points between which
stated. There are to every
board measure of 4,xS, and
ling, 1056 cross-ties dressed
dressed to 3 inches thick.
ceived for .. a. I- oi k,,,,,i,
ber, than aIs h ls
Thi- I .Ia- t .. i..r the ch
easy ", Ti 1,i~. i- '. must o
and : ..-.. 1i I cast-the co
terns. It -.crew-boltsna
tough iron and made with
form and size. Tlie washers
with the proper section, c
.... a'. bolt. The zinc p
The lhook-lieaded spikes
quality as that o
Thle ironfiiasenings just
at Baltimore, Harpeas F
point of hie line of the
places- and thle places and
staled in the proposals.
treck 7656 lbs. of a1n.- i
-591 lbs. of iron a-i-I-, --i
2247 lbi. of spikes. No pro
than will supply 10 m
Monthly estimates will be
each kind of materials so de
value at the contract prices
ving to thle Company the opt
fifths in Baltimore City 6 per
stock orders ont the Compan
ing the option oh I.jf9,r-' 1. fi
nranner, when "1... ., ii...-
contracted tfor shall have
the co
If tte materials contract
are not furnished at the tim
mnay dissolve tIe contract a
on aryv which may have be
no estimat-es or payments s
oft nate'ials delivered be e
commencing the delivery
payments shall be made a
Bialtinmore, t'umnbeland, o
option ofthe contractor, and th
he made in Baltimore. Th
which the materials shall e
parts of the line will be spe
contracts, ann- particulars
iota l. . i;...- I. Itw
one ii .1 I -'.i qua o
delivered as early as possi
1st o lf December next. A
suip p .,i a I i. ir.. .i
tble ('C n ...; '. o ""lnb Hi l
The proposals will be dire
scm ber, either at Baltimo
burgh-and wilh be receive t
proximo. By order of the P
BENJ. H. L
Eng. Loc. i,.
Balto., Feb. 10, 1841.
New York Journal ol Cot
.mirer, American Rail Ra
until 15th Malaic; Philade
,tIe, Sentinel, Ehnquirer,
it .. .... .I K ey St ,1n1
,,.i, I incaster 5' iA o
1 ', Civlianmn I 1
Torch light and iHcralda; Ma.
chester Viginian; Charlest
pers Ferry C('sqstibliional
mington Chronicle and Recor
pubihhshied o olten-lor all
e.1%' r't "'*"r"."" th (Crm
tl- i i .a I': at1
L -Notice is hereby .,
ba made to the iMayora,,, C
at thle present session to
nance the division of the r
liarm Clemm, deceased (ret
Court, on 12th October, I1815
'ar as Vine street. between Co
is laid out andl reserved in
es',te as a thihway. 1
l 0 1 t l '. |',
T IE creditors of Gadte
notified to fill their cla
with thIe trustees, on or
anext, when a dividend of
be made.
M TWM. A.
ja 22 2watl M
W AS COMMITTED to t
Caty and Couanty, on the
by Jas, Barnardl, jr. Esq. a
and nar the COty of Baltimo
,unaway, natmed MART
She is of dark complexion,
nnd abotat 20 or 25 years-n
Edlaad Dorsey, Esq. of B
when cuamilled, a dark re
no cape, b!te cotton head
cotton uaraadreFs and old
scars or each side o tIhe f
ed by th I
The ...... ,,1any) of
woman, is requested to c
ty, pay changes ard take
wxll ba discharged
ID. HEROIN
fea 9 l .- ', a- 1:,I


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FAMILY CARRIA
S(Oll N *I'11 SART retu
ec( I lli, i''1 i..i,*..'.kli
V I I .... -.. ] ich he
t ..t H.,. ... i i. -.'1 an .
[ .. ... "a.. ... n w t-
have given to his sys'.-, ..a
the Stable instead of the S
lieve that it is more satisfta
is induced to co
All orders for carriages l
punctually attended to, at
tablished being lower t
Families will be furnish
pressly by him f
Funerals undertaken and
''.,rn ,.. . ni l it,,;h. t a
-,i a-,',". arc to
North Calvert st. opp
HOURGLS
GilN.-TIeb
habr has, re
the Kroonri
other arri
pe-ipor lot o

a EXC
FLAVOR N

ahsi-hlhe ofisfo
'LL salt) on s
terms
C, W.K*RHU
No. 9 Coe
no
WARRANTED FREN
STO
/ -.-i --7;-..
\
anal ESOU (t
FRENCH 3R
a\ //, I!,a
\\\ iii //^y

BLOCKS,
/ ,, P.. 'I '. F' -
\' !!.. 1- **i "- ; l "

..,.- | t /


,. that ther


est possible notice. They
Burr BLOCKS, selected bo
quarries
Orders from any part of
panried with satistbfactory r
attend
Th. ., -,-, I.- seen at t
une, a.-..r 'P iar street b
Saratoga street
ie 25 __&
NAILORS WA
IVE OR SIX FIR
wanted immediately at th
WORKS," near Harper's
employment and th, hish w
Apply to JN %I--
fe I dim


S^TEAM so
FOR IFREDERIC
The ,na ha.RPPA
H 'iNNin'OKCpanN
--, t eight
're n, .'ilot iih r 1,iT rl i-'!
..ii ..... a',n it h i pr. ii
o.. r h li .r r. I. l h
27th ofF. 'a ., a 5 o'cl
as usual il r t .
PASSAGE TO PON
MAC COU
The Steamb
i:* .NNOCK (Aptair
.a Ink,-
t. ,;k J.. ..-.,- ^~tIi','
a' trips to
piz. I. i.: Light
Al I I I ,' 1 ., the 7th
The Rappbahannock will b
day lhe 281h of F'ebruary
Burg on i. t.,B ii,.. 1st of
osonso ".- I .'. i,, Shore
Washington on the 4th of
Rail Road and Steamboat
Tu''sdlay the 2d arrive in
Fare horn P. ...... .
l 2
FORA LL.X Ic,1.0IRIA
.G L 'G L0
w -y i
-O' "" \. t.- i.iU '-
Th~e steamrCLM

tie 15th, and willleaveBa
1 j. Saturday the 20th instant.
:i...* a 1',. a a a
fe 12 d8t P I'tCHA.
Fi-" .|.li i l i I'iH H| 1
AND PORT'
A. 1.' )"-' It 11




twice a week by packetsun i
to run.
Sf2 2 dt2 llth
iThi. 1 g., tuaht' a.

,o r-Itill h se o n
;, ... : *'s' u .-.. ..
^fc'.t^^' *.W i t1-r-- al'i 1.
1. .. t 3 t- st.M. .c ih
1810, at 6 A. 51. on that
every succeeding Tuesday.
land Slate wharf in thIe cit
and other places on the P
turn from thence on the Ii..
Benedict at (t A. M., and *i
going and .
Passage '.-' ,i .l 1. the
ana fare to or fro
].',. I.I.... helw etotbre
f & Sa & aio
WINTER ARANG
GRRA'J' ,O'Ot "Ut'r i
MAIL LINE, DAIL
'" 1 "'- tLY LINE CARYI
[l.-' IS THE ON


rj i 9Wt ".'Lh-.r . i
inlor ned that by takin
ior Washington at 4, P. M
i-l ,lo gl ,e
rgtorn. Fr;.*t.ria.-l.a.:- Pr .
dion, am o ,.'i....,i. i.. -
.. Ih. ,. -... ... i .. ...
o 'Ii 'tin, lP N ,. .... ole1
of any other Line,-the Com
bound bythe Post-Master
lowing quig c
Leave Phdladelp
reach Baltimore, 2 P.M.
Leave Baltimor
reach W'. hi-.... 6 P.
Leave V' -, 5-,,,-,.
reach Fr, .t,.:1 .l M...i n f
Leave I -.i.. i
reach i. :lMi,.ie4.l, '.
Leave Richmon
reach P-r -l.,,r:. 7 P.M
Leave I i .- .
reach '.. i .. ,. I M..
Leave Weldon
reach Wilmington I P. MN
Leave U i.,,...
reach Charleston next da
660 i *,. ,
As this Line carries the
cannot .- '-I % a.. -i ) ard l
ROAD 4/A a, .vill be
'Trlaveller, unless in some a
is sure of a connection throu
dent that lFogs, Rouih Wea
tel occasion delay in a ro
ofwhich is by the Bay,-Ihe
jected to Sea-Sickness ,
risk, trom boata their irge
to compete 1 ,,1 !,
POUT
The above Line will be
CERTAIN ind EXPEDIITI
tractive-as it passes .,
mirent and in ,1.V -.n M .
and through ,.. ,-".' I ..
burg, the lari. 1 n l., 'r
'';
I1 IS ALSO IlEAPER
ASC 'tiHAP AS THE B
DON: and Travellers have
their t-
This is also much the
cho-apeit' route, and the o
inter... ," N ort i
a*t P '",' -:. \ ,.. i...
""' *. , h I" ,., .'. t .*-
kit P .- a.-a:. -,_ t tri .b
11 1% i -i r- 115 nlsofR i R ad rm
t* fi' S n to tb oat it .
'I 1,,, tvivle, &c.
Thihisfsie ONLY DAIL
and Pete
it-,.. i Pleigh 1,GsonalRa
r ,.,.. i. I, ,. ,
i o'' t t r o d I 1 . l
'.*l .... . i t.
A .la Of f tae,.a. 't,
i
.t. i i A .A Li" i .s, i,_
'1 ..
:' , : .. .,* .

TIll FE GOOD INT PN,
leave l3altiniore ,- v .
after tlie arlivar of the lad
For Wheeiing, 1 .' .' n .
anl Ci(' cinnali, via.. I .,,;a
andt Natin.a! Road, th-
ThroiiwtIt l .i. '. '
PI!LOT F. ,I I lr tiea.
o'clock, tar the above cities
as ihe Good :. t 1 ....
tO ioloL nes. ", l-.be<.
viile, Chiniihnati, 1 ,,, i :i1..
.or .. !t ,l t ,, a
siiion '. l P
site the a *.. ... a .
Jt)ia'('+INI
., .. .. IS S
l r I a
WILLIAM H.
ade 21


t' i i '. i '* a i i d,
1 TO 1 10.-TlIe Pioiiear
commenced running an O
Baltimore and Wheeling,
Opposata
Paasa tigers in lhe above
of the Italtimore and Ohi
at 7', and proceed to Fre
and OhioRital Road, atdi
tional Road, in splendid T
in as short a time
For Ieats l, further in
only office for the above L
opposite the R
lDon't target it is th
FICE. ja 19 d3rn
II.' t. i',qitU C(
SU I


T HE I LECTURES will
ber next-
HORIACE 11. HAYDEN,
Dental Physiology
H. WILLIS BAXLEY,
Anatoxay and
CHIAPIN A. 11 ilh.I
Practical
THO.E. BOND, Jr. M. D
Palhology aind
Particular attention wil
dentistry. Candidates lor ,
a thorough examination irn h
tal Sciences 1_P
STONE W
rl I E SUBSCRIIBUERS
S tend l,. -i....,. . "-.,
very super. I I, % h. t'.
sale at reduced prices. Co
weuld do well to call as th
ed with both th e a
They have also o hat
TON'S P ERCOLATIM1G i"1
article ever invented or the
it cleanses it fiom all extra
eration renders the most tu
spring
()jC-tders are deliveredal i


Ii . 1,. 1 .11 I ..,Ls.
r the public thatit hre
sire stock oh FALL ( EU
KNIVES, including Genuir
sors, of evexy description;
an excellent assortment
warranted ofl the best ma r
N. B. Having sot ld ouat h
PATENT PEN MAKING
just obtained a fresh supp
invention.
ja 20t.t__ __

INVENTED BY MR. JU
It is principally intended
bers, and so con'tructesd
window in the case of fire.
attached to which are steps
one end is a large box, lined
persons who are sick or ti
ered from arny part of a bui
ger or ,I ...':. at the et
can he i ... to the wall
is thus et; ownr, ia become
spy one -an 4- scend wit ie
in a very small coipasi.I-
it is placed is fasltioneat a
and is a handsome onamen
---(:IE ar, a-a1 ..IOaa,-I
i c 1Fiii- ,ail. i.-,i-t i
I 1 1 1 -ml rg: -e, d,, 1 1 Ip,,
i to .S\tia oDt. i_. !,el a r d
aor ,]ilr- ari.sa.,,., and to
to be used in that State; al
accounts against the estates o
fers of Bank and other stocks
positions or rrak-rvlcd-frt
missioner, are- a,' ri. r ,:ti. a
flied to by any Justice of t
the State ofDelaware.
jy 10 I. 2 'U


RAIL
ANNAPOLIS AND
RO


0.' r S".. at.1,1' h, I I,
U O'. ,I, i lJr l .hg il
sident and Director
That on Saturday the 26th i
at o o'clock, A. M. a train
Company's Depot at Annapo
with the Baltimore anda Wa
to ati.,.a t w aiti the ta
foi a' ,.r,,u,..a
ii. t,, ,.aning train wil
potato lhejunction of the tw
the arrival at that place of t
timore for Washi
.A t 3 o'clock P. IM. another
pot at Annapolis and reach
in limre to connect with the en
timore andri nd I ]-b..r i an
immediately alter exchanging
tra
Thie Company's Locomotive
and experienced Engineers
and well built. FI% ia p..i-I
to the comfort of .,- ia
be lakpen by thie ( ,. i,-;prn
,portation and de
IThe rates for transport
foll
For the whole distance
Annapolis and Baltimor
For the whole distance
Annapolis and VA "I.2'.,5
For any shorter distai.,- .a,
ter cents
Tickets a. i be obtained a
more andr il., Rail Road t
Washington, wxfilch will v
free of all other charge tl
polis. And in like manner
panry, in Annapolis, trav
which will enable thern t
charge to Baltimore or
SOMERVIILI.. I IN
de,8 d2m,
i..i i %.i 'i J_ a_..AI...-,
^i- ... .K ;..?r .

1 ',. 1. I .r l i,. ,- .D \
LUMBlA,-saartingfrom thi
of North &re -a'i-A Mtr
FROM \ I I '1.1, 1O W
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clock, P.
lumnbia for York at 1 o'
Baltimore at 3
By T. ,ia.,, i-,.w.-,il a
Cars, -1. , .. ,. A ...
phia, Lancaster, Harrisbu
with Boats t
Goods intended for trans
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, ol
A. M. andt 4 P. MA. A ticket
quantity, to whom, and
pany the articles, andt it
must also be sent fot
0l,-It is also respectful
ry instance itwill be expec
and charges will be pompta
Goods, and that no urawba
m].s', if not claimed with
o. f the of
--'. N.,_:.. ''. l. Ie for
o0 a1 t- .i, i i. -,-nl Y
}'r '.t ;a r.,
ja5 D H1"D. CH


T"L ,i:^ii
O F "TH1: I1 .-. ,. ]i .a
llalm tanii \i .r, ;'.,:,.
1ST JANUA
MAIN
FItOM B
It.
For Ellicott's Mill
S do do 3
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferr
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
dto 12
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry,
"WVASHIINGTO
FROM 1I'I.. I'
H.
For Washington, at
r do '
FOR BALTMOR
H.
From Washington,
a" do
Passengers by the morni
can connect with he We
tlouse,;-and those destine
the train fr om Harper's Fe
bthe Relay House in ample ti
v-aii,' train for Wlash
_.1I. B CH
l.t hui iF0 .c.II 'K
PHILADELIPHIA, WI
MOUE RA
IP-. ,. .. - .. V
L_.nsa g the

Si TATrS MAAIL, leave
i.;a It. Ar .e io'clock-, e
-a.m ..i. and reach I -ia
, 1 in time fbr 1
Yo
The, r 1 'atdt ,etol
ny hobr '1.. ii -'.a.' m a a
ease and i' ..1ii%\ oftravel,
will be .... i .
tal-Coiored Passengers'mus
I,... hlefor
*<*Packaees intended for
be left previon
de "_3 l'JiS dA
T'iT'; .fI MER;(;l]StA/ > -1 N,
PHILAD. WILM1NGT
RAIL EOAD


I '. il-.I. 1--. lIIi.
V DEPOT,corner of Presiden
DAILY, Sundays excepted, fort
MTerchandze and common
Goods will also be receive
spective stations on the ro
acroutmodat
Sj2 -It is ala. r.. .-- a-
transriortation a I ,.1,.,
I i I t a. I' al a .t.tia -I a
a' a--. '* -a.. .,.,..-, i
'.iia I -. n .*. .11 ii..a -
A. CRA\s I ,
Plilad. W. &
Baltimore, Dee. lll.h 1h
'jni aa-i l~ ^^ l-ii-



F1"5-.55 .ltlI.l % bet
!. and South Sr .i. are i
line ol Rail Road and Steam B
nOW in a.' ' .'a...T. a. ,.
Georgia, a.,at,. 1 a at 'a'' ,,
rolina and (.. a,:,, II ,i I.
ai\ 1I h1s 'li.'. U.r .. 1.-a..
i li l- -a.,., Aiken and Ii
Ga-- I aa.. .,-., .i. t
i -i.a ....a '.. milts-hla.
mintghon road and steam b
Carolina rail road, 136 mi
ioo mile
From the 'a.,,it, Carolina
stages to Savannah, Ga. fioma
rmies; a daily line of stages
Orangebntg, (to which the
40 miles, takin. .-- -1...


all the tipper a1.Y, at,, : i, a
line from Aiken for (,t., ,
try in Nort
The following a.- line
Rail Road, two i,, .i rate
Georgia Rail Road, daily
gonery Rail Road, A labama
At Montomefn I .a- j.
steam boat
A new tri-weekly mail l
Georgia Rail Road, to the
I.,'i. .. 'ia Covingon, ec
...r,. i,... tli1 in days.
there are steam boats and c'
every important point in
neriee
A double fri- weekly line,
Talahassee and to Mobile vi
St. Josephs, leaving Gree
'I'Tuesday nI.I
A tri nr- %i r-.1 .,a lt
Knoxville, Tennessee, vi
Cassville and Atheils, Ten
Teanessee via Chalitanooga (R
per leaving Greensboro' ev
and U riday mnornn
A tri-weekiy mailline f
l v''- rill' viaaie Eaetonvoni
I i.. I 1 and Saturday-also
county and Pendleton, S. C.
Wednesday
A daily mail line from
Geo. via Spaita, Miie
There are '-tage lines a'.,,,
Alabama to Tuscaloosa .'.:! a
&c.
S TO MER
M'erchandisaeof all linns
Rail Road daily iroAm A
miles at 40.r
On the South Caronlina R
Charleston to Hadmborg, op
per 100t Ibs. and 14t
Charlestoa, (S. C.)n
AVIU E FOR TTII.' I
WORMS.-We,the ,n.Il-.-
f\MI II kilN's-, No- 18 .
,'ure of Tetters and Ringw
had occasion to use it and
desired effect.
John F. Towner
Caleb Whitmore
H. Griffith Jr.
Jesse P. \1.rr.iH,
JohnP. II..,:.C.
i h...r :. ia.
i. i II.., 1..,1 t r1,
John H. Ensor,
F.G. Waters
Ilr . 1-. ",.., t, W m ..L ,. ii
Pl -. R. *sW.a a.
J. 1' 'lR.ata8ti,
I' i' ..'[.,

Having been afflicted til r
she last twenty years, t ti an
( ia ,-- dr.- fi ,t in.1 i, r I. li if
th ; 7. iart, I i:Im IIJ,,J,, -it
lii,.n 1he .a.--ir.-.! I l-i.. l -
'tletirl.1 hiati.a ihi,. ..ara v ,y
Ef.l. \BHET
Ti, al-,iw, ,f i ,inl, car, hb i,
al R. .'OI.LMAN (., tI'
SETH S. KANU. corner o