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& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


B&LLTIJIORE:::.TMIEUCRS a Ora "ORtVIXVG, FEBRUJR V 18, 1841.


V"o. 14845 7i"


runLl i-IrD F.VER ' %i, ;'I ,
FUDL BI.V, L'-'C1 1 F r.'1"1-.

NO. 2 SOUTH GAY STIRET, BALTIMORP.
Daili paper, 8 dollars -Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n ie city-all new advertisements appear in bolb
pai)ers.
E MItlAN SCY'iII.'-- I B. Hasenclever &
S,..l" -hlllin '. l''C -.il- I.,
ija 28 i K \l. I1 Hu'S. 9Commnerce ast.
1 U { G L A N L N.T. L C !. i ' ,. N i IJ i-
glass Gin, constantly on hand and for sale by
ja 28 C.W. KARTIIAUS. 9 Conimmenrce st.
i,..1 .LB..' t ill. .. l g'r
LLI9 KBIKHl-A.A D & PEASI.E,
ji._ dtf Commerce St.
AL t A - ;- "i ii i, i- t t i.u. I..r sale by
W WIT1UTINTO .1- -I'2TMAN,
fe 17 P 85 Bow ly's wharf_
y ll L.'O -. 'I' - ,, 1 -i t'i *, '... I, ,. '
SWITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 17 P 85 Bowly's whf.
C LO'V I V'l Cir Ei i.-. .. .... ). t. 1 .
C^ C ,3, 1.-1 -it,- L.) II %1.1, 1" :1!]
fe 17 35 W. Pratt st.
l( 'l .L ......"'7 ,,.11 s *' ...".. *i., >. l **.,
X I ,r aj!, IL H I l l .\ l,,. ll .' t. i- ,'>" i .'I x'..
fe 17 1' 85 Bowly's whart.
t>IP I.,.-- i .I. I1 ,.,7 ..i i M10O-
n For sale by WELD &z JENKS,
fe 17 P 8 Bowlv's wtharf
I Mi, INl 6% CSIL-.I". il i I 1 .".. -t. ed Ilon
WIRE, for sale Ly STICKNEY & NOYES,
Ic 17 4t No. 2) South Charles st.

WELD & JENKS,
fe 17 P 8 Bowly's wihf.
1 LNS It .j ib I.,,- iLi 'I; 1 1 .' -1 1.I
oL y JI tL ) t. J I. Jl.,i '
te 17 P 8 1 ... I i.
U, I1%' ORLIANN iUtfM-5 hIids. lor sale by
N WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 17 P 85 Bowly' wharf.
JR oiri.ek- L(;i. IE -- ."*. 1. 1- 1 i t I---.ii n 1 11'iie
order, iall of one choice branl. tor sale by
fe 16 ORNDORFF & CO.
Tr Ut.KS ISLAND SA UT, At, LOAT,amnl or
sale by WM. MASON &k CO.
fe 17 d4t No. i Spear's wharf.
F li.A(l); L I I.( I N.'l lt L l ,-'!,*. ri.i received and for
sale low by lI I i. i-l & KELSEY,
f& 17 6t ____ 18 Snear's- wharf.
1 11t i p t Lt, I fci i. - . 'd i,
J tor retailing, in store antd for sale by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
_fel7 _It How/ly's whlit.
UK-B *-^"-.il \'.'il-- I"i.I .*.*n ]l -',1 1 -ii 'i-.*. 1.1-
s- pected ari I;i 'AI. of 1840. tor sale by
\ WI HI N6.TON & EASTMAN,
fe 17 P 85 li.wl.'s wharf.
N KE. IUM.-40 bbls. Bostuo Rum ini Prime
N order and for sale by
WITHINUTON & EASTMAN,
te 17 85 Bowly's wharf.
PENNS I LVAN IA RV1.YE CiHO, just recei-
ved and for sale by
KERNAN & STILLINGER,
fe 17 No. 17 Spear's whf.
pI:K Hi, i7^~~-i li.'r-i. i g < r- .*> ; -.-'
ill* i l e1 lhe. h l' i' .1 .r ... Ir. I "tio ,.ll 11-
main unsold. JOS. ROBINSON,
fe 17 Printer & Stationer, 110 Baltimore st.
F LIIU I -- ,,,r.i,l.. *,,,-,h, ... .= t .dr ,L
ina good shipping order-lor sale by
LOWRY & GILL.
te 17 4t No; 75 lowly's whf.
F1 Ri- I L's ii 11.L: t C], in stoire arid
for sale low to close by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT.
fe 17 11 IBowlv'swhf.
2OO fb I iASi" I.11."-11'1.U1 r FLOUiit--
11yW all ofone choice brad and in plime or-
der, for sale by
1e 17_______ ORNDORFF & CO,
H 0 K ll l .S. L '~i7'^--i. r,,[ ~l. .*.. ..., ,. .i
it,) 'd i't c '
^ J ilj. t.J ha. L l . '* i..h i .,, .,I, '
THOIINDIKE CtIASE, or
fe 15 CI.ARK & KKI.OGG.
-u[tIN I. ND rS.N l -Fiesti t itican. lor sale in
L luli 1o suit purcliasers, and I I ,*-. 'v
I,. MA I. I. I I",*,
fe 9 114t 50 S. Gay st. i ext to I'ralft
It ljt' lili i. t- l. ^ .'. ? 7.7, I I-
kJ QUORICE PASTE, in store anid or sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
fe 9 d8t P No. 5i Smith's wharf.
BOL INI(4 CILOTt11--A lnhll supply ot this
Article from the best and most approval labric,
for sale by C. W, KA It IHIIAUS,
ja 28 9 CommIIPrce t.

i t t. ", i.i i i I I i I- I'
25,000 lbs WEb'STERN BACON-For sialeby
WYLIE & WILSON,
fe 16 No. 27,1 Raitinoire t,
10 lt!tl'" ''""M" ;'^"" '""'-1
S5,000 pounds CARPET CHAIN
For sale at Factory pric-' hv
fe 16 1i l -H & BI.OCK.
I |lIt -
Manilla )
Bengal INDIGO, in store and for sale by
Caracas )
SAMUEL GETTING,
fe 15 ('t P No 553 Sinith's wlharf.
I[ ^l a *^ l l '.1-1 1 -- 1.- i .,, 1 ,- 1 i; ', "I.,
..3' and Pass Hemp, of direct impoistaiino, in store
and for sale by OELR1CHS .I & N.
No. 31 Souil ., :. .... .
ALSO-A small lot o( Petersbuirg halt clean Hlemp
'e 16 14t
HOT & BARk Lt.ALA--
Patent Shot, a-osrted sizes
do do Missouri, assorted
BAR LEAD ii .. for sale by
S' ..I;, ROBINSON & CO.
fe 16 No. 15 Bowlv's whbf.
BJ~~ ~ t. 7ti 1Mm* '.*nr7
j .ii l- lr.ln| I ( II I A 17 .. L .. ... .. .
900 bags GAlR. Cairgoot schr. Justina, ri-
presented to be of superior quality-jiust received and
bfor sale by EDWIN 'OBINSON,
fe 3 4'2 Ct'orierre slree.t

0, 50 barrels do do
20 do Old M .... ,1l do
100 do S,.r.-iii,. l- i I i just received
and for sale by iIARLES "'( IUCEY,
ja 29 lb121 Ndttli Howardi st.
ciuiOI tiA ,'. .\ .ei .'. 1ll i'i.iN
GARS.
A SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
the Bridgi hus ii store and tor sale on moder-
are terms, a choice and complete assoit.rent of1tinest
quality Havana and Principe CIGARS. ja 219
G U lUi'(IWJLd.., il ,! ,,..iti i.I & -iL.' *i..
[- HYSON of the fiae4t qnalry, at Ire olt prices
Fiomlies would do well to sUpply themselves as.
an advance in price must soon take place.;
H. POLLOCK,
ja 28 10 BaIt. st. near Bridtee.
sUPi';atlO NO. 1 IIeRKIIKiAins.
4 jTk BBILS. NO. 1 llEKRlis.Gwarrant-
4uu Lie ed to be ot very superior quality,just re-
ceived and [or sale oi pleasing terms by
SELLMAN & CROOK,
fe 16 riB corner ot South and Pratt -ts.
-'l. ri, ,\ 1. 1 t'i'. I ;( 1. -.> I U,.- >., ,]r
FLAXSEED--2 casks
WRAPPING PAPER--250 Reams
PORT WINE-in qr. casks
SEGARS-Havana, Roeg lha. &e. entitled to
Debenture-For sale in lots to suit andi low by
G. M I. I .I -r ,
fe 9 d4t 50 S. Gay st. next to Prnitt.
e -(",t. .lriA.k s o,, U"i.. \ ^ i-ili 1.T
..li .l i tl) & .I, )irl .',d- in ie
20,000 tbs.HAMS
20,000 Ibs. SHOULDERS
20,000 lbs. SIDES
300 kegs No. I LARD
70 bbls do do
20 do MESS PORK
10 do Runnp fe 5


L', .tLIil i"'U tlg wTn.J ita--yiaste to order
Iat the shortest notice at Ware Room on Fayette
street, near Gay street.
IN STORE.
Superior SOFAS, and 'i... .. ,., ii Il.,
Venitian BLINDS, and I, i \.,
BEDSTEADS, COTS, BED SOFAS, &c.
Orders executed i-i..'i Ii by
iyv 28 tiH ,. SH4 RYVROCK, Agent.
S........ i )oZ. assorted Cormduial, su:emor to any
L'" J M YSimported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Keminel
5 do Wioe Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortmeniit of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND GOURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
fBAt'lMUKORN FtiNC AND FAUNC SoAP
MAN UFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant sireet, between lHolliday end Norlh.
JIRANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
hand and for sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Panlm SOAP, in boxeg
Do do do. in lb & Ib lumps
Sifii.pr.]~,? ;.#..l R.. ,i .,:.. '": \P ,, .' ,.
y ,t'iC> 'l.l.\i '% i.,l ci ,] l *I.'l*;]illi,,il.
PC 11~ l~ LV V,-
I ROMAN LL%-
Burlaps No. 1,2,3 a.nd 0.
fLAXEN UL'liL %PSNo. I and 2
'I BILLED LI. N l.\ (very heavy)
Bit I i VN Linens (Silderias) assorted from I to 5
do do 60 to 100
Bleached T-*-ltlniiu,._,'somne very low prices
Brown Ii1 I L'
Flandersheetinr
Cr-,s a Ia. M imL\IX
Liila io-.', red andi blue and white Checked
Bieleield LINEN,-In sort an.t Ior sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 15 14t P 31 South Charles st.
B G. 1;l l'%IL, No. 36 S. Gay st. offers obr
0 sale-
200 bags Gov't. Java COFFEE
175 bags Old Whi'e COFFEE
20 boxes Havana White SUGARS
17 sacks ;Guv;,.iil COCOA
40 bbls New Orleans MOLASSES
7 hbds 5 bbls. Sugar House MOLASSES
8 bblt Nurii- ..3 baskets Champagne Wine
S6 iewoi-, Co _an.,. INDIGO
S50 hall kegs MalNIdga GRAPES
Mladeira lid istierr WI NES, in botles
young Hyson, and Gunpowder TEAS, in
chests, half chests and boxes, &c. &c.
fe 41


0 T4F' .'AnNl I!.t1A 1,Ai.N .'Itl.Il.l.AN
HL. P I' i l ;,
fre 6 10 Baltimiore st. near the Bridge.
AN %.ii is'. .,Tu 'O i-.,il'.t; ~.I. 10) fOR
J (CLEANING BRASS, the best article for the
purpose in the country. Ib. POLLOCI,.
fe 6 10 Ba'timonre st. near Bridrge.
S1 L.itV`Sb.-2 Cusrs illcin's arid Wolernt's Paris
T4 GLOVES, embracing a variety ol'styles and pri-
ces. Just received at private sale by
IIHOFFMANS & CO.
.fe 5 5 North Cnanles st.
_h r'-i,0 'V i f lW l'l .-1 \ iN i, ., ..,-1 1- .i ,,1-
their F to FFF i, il-. vi\ cannisltis and 6C lb
1. -. ived and 'ih I 'I. to ITosn Dealers tree
., ..-. by Z H. CO(OCI, Agent.
I t P eo4t Wood st. Bow ly's wharf.
1 lt~n BB[IS MA' tSi1 PO- .0 -
S13 do No. 1 do
50 do Plime dto. A good lot, just
received, inopceteut and offered, for sale by
fe 1 IHUIGH JENKINS, C"ommerce st. whf.
5'JiOa i In.!.'.. **' hu i t';- -
500 bs. S Jupefin, .1. Sharer brand
500 do do Frehl'k. County brands.
All n prime order, an'. for '. n ',
fe17 I ,'I 1 ,l'l Sc CO.
: 'L'- -T i '- - '- ki ; !.1 -- I I..
.L -.-i..t i.I.,idn, viz--L. Zic-', r, .. Gabby, H.
MNiille I o. ] iowles. All of which will be
so'l on reasonable terms by
fe 17 ORNDOIRFF & CO.
N .; I 1 -'. a '. I!' u :, -- a. .. ..- I ,,. ; i 11"
ru) ing CLOI'THS, o tihe approved brands of'Pa-
rdise Bird," "Harlem Arms" anrl "Lien." For sale
by LAMBERT GITTIN GS,
'-fC 17 4t LExchange Paies.
'i.TROUGIIHT I ON,Cut Screws arn inbox small
4 '7,. i superior aricle-Alo a good Cast
Iron 1-'' ,..Bli' r,; boiier-For sale low hby
KELLUM &,,, KELSEY,
fe 17 61 18 Speai's wharf.
"%i a .. i '. - ., I ...., :,rn k's
. .... | l .. ..[ i ;, ..li,,! A. .. ,,- 1 La m e
1 i',aii r. ;t ,I will weigh two thousand f ive hundred
pounds. Apply ito WM. GUNNISON,
fe 17 ___9 9 Biowlv's whar._
1 5 i 1 I`I I, ArI.'11 t P. Iltit h I bi_ i ~. & I,--.\.
emfew barrels, quarter and lkegs of Philantelphi
BUCKWEAT, on hanand ad for sale low to close by
WMI. & GEO. McLEAN,
fc 13 lL,)msard, near light at.
00t siZiN PAINT't'E3 BtUCKEI S
-. h 10 dozePn nests SUGAR BOXES, just re-
ceived arid for sale at the lowest market prices by
SPENCER ROWE, Jr.
fp 9 70 Calvi-rt street near Pratt.
ilti, > ,vill ri.tT'l OILDl -. i~\-\-l-7:iTC,-i~i.v
Cj IhL- mu.- rn- .. In. il \.Wil-.1i.\,
3 siuppeul toea reign port n wir% ith, 1839.
The flavor is ver flune, hlavin *, in.. n. I' of a sea
voyage-Ior sale by JAMES WILSON,
f i 9 Howard st.

'... ., i,., ..- i .1 .. l . I t r
bran(i, -.-. i I . ,. .1 t n. r *it-. r, h, Ir
sale upon liberal credit by thue in ,nl. r i :. ,. -
HY\ I I ,& !. .1IP,
fe 4 58 Soith Sl.
F AMINLY ILOU1R.--100bbl-.otf Whiute Winet
Family FLOUIRI, most of which is the Newceom-
er brand, for sale by
MILES Sc MACBRIDE,
2nd door East of Paca street,
fe 12 in Balltimore stiet.
SIH"IDS.-N.-ORIrA S
00 30 tierces do MOLASSES
100 barrels do
A good article, in slore andl for sale low by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
fe 17 1t Bowly's wharf.
.... . ..... .. . . .. ',. i/ i . ... .
I Y . in I ..i. i 1,I 1.r,,I u ... . I I l hir

15 tierces 1' I ...... .; House, dto do-for
sale low in lots to suit by
G. M. ROBERTSON,
fe 9 nt4t 50 S. Gay t. next toPiratt.
6 I' -I'' I .I *. illI.!, i .i,< U t ?,- !_*i..,... --
,88 b e< COFFEE
1296 HI DES
78 seroons IND)IGO
10 tons LIGNUMVITAE.
Cargo ofschr Emily Ellicott from La Guayra and
Porto Cabello-now i..n" -* i iforsale by
fe 16 P 1. \i. BIUNE & SONI
'; I .", .' '. &J I--
,,, .. "'1.I ,, | : k, I n t f qr. casks
"'Olard, IDupuy & Co." and "J. Henuessy's"
brands
White BRANDY 5th Proof.
Holland GI.N ", .'. ,i. tbrandl
Chnmpailne N \ I i 1i. iriaind. For sale by
ija22 J. M. SLAM iil I Bowly's wlnarri.
Fn tl i' ..Aa_ LA l'I.-la ceived per Europa and
.E ... i ,In ibrral term s,
16 Cartoons conr. a splpondid 'assortmnent of
THIREA)D LCES, EGi)ING AN D INSlERTINGS
which will be s it i I w to 'Ini. -,-n- nt',- f t by
: :..; -i' A 'I v \ N. It .. I I
fa 0 235 IBaltimore st.
U 1':1 C E "U 0C i 1I
IijRIIE
" I M advira andit .i. I'.. itf choice quality.
Silk and Cott I ; r, 1 I \ by package, at
factory prices on colnligO.n.,in ; fim q.ate by
R. & A.CA,.1TER,
f t- "' .'. .. .'' ,.,r
IS 111N ROlV0iL, &c.-We haue on hlini(I aind
I are mnanufacturino, at our Walk, FISHING
IOPiE of the iest Ruisla Heinmp, and of all size',
which we warrant to be a superior article; also Gitgs
of Rigging made lo uider, on plkis'itig trrins. AIpply
to JOHN HIENtEItSON & CO.
ja 13 Ship Ch undler;, &.e.,71 Prat sithiet.
i' tm--- i'!-Tit -
la n eO ,l t., ., *>* ,< i 1 .. .... i.. ..
i* i 3 i i; l h i c ir y ( o r t h e s an h u '. pi l . .. I
S'.1., i II G IN ha laIely '',:, ,-
cut arrivals tronmn iRotlnrdan, a prime lot of ilty pipes,
which is offered lto the tradI as a sunperisr article.
C. W. KARlTHAUS,
ja 9 No. 9 Coininerep st.
irum 1 1 L. I '., -
fI *i .....hI ove on haul ant a.iortiment of
.u ...... i I I I. ,-. CASSIM t, ES which they
;s nil .i tin u ,. ,in low prices. laa'Jies wishiru ICloths
i n. ,,.. ,. ,' 1 well to nal annd ste as they can
be purchased at nett cost trir,
L, . .ITTEIL.L& CO.
ja 6 No. 51 !;allin ore st.

1 .,,,, ,. ,' , , i ,,,," i '-
lows, which will w al 'rtnlt equal to ainy i the, Uni-
ted States, at re(uicedi prices. Also Kitlehen, Cliamber,
anilt Parlor Bellows. assorted. Apptv to
J. K. STIAPLETOYN Sc SON,
258 Baltimore st,
1-,- Bellows ofIall description rept.ired. dte 9
^H'AKEIS'-'Ii RLIBS,-'rhosu'bscriber 'has
Sbeenii rprpn i"in' '"in', !or tins City, lrt T s' atile
ohSIIAK;.' ii" I I". put uphy tie United So-
ciety at l. ,.... , S ork, and lhau juoit received
a full supply Ordeurs ftrn anuy quantily wilr be sup-
plted at hie Society's prircs.
SP. 5. CIIA IPEI.I.,
is Ih Drurrist No. 170 aI'ntinuore street.
n, 1. lit, '.. - i' I I .1 1
T iIE UNhD)KRitg GI iD '.-i,.-hbeen appointed
at rnts lor tue sale ol f. it !. l. tient's celebra-
ted Ale from Glasgow, beg leave to state that they
hnyve o'n tlIiu I t I.I ., keep a large supply, in
quarts and ; ... .'.r ,., be sold as low a? itcan
Ire pnichased in New YorkT or any other market.
ia 27 d P HENRY T'tO\IPSON S lSON.
?AUOLA,.RIS.l BEE>'SWAX, &c.-Just re-
reived 1.y vs,'-g i trir .. nu-r .. n ,,.-
18,500 Itus Milldlings li\ '., J equal to any
6,500 Stouldeis do u Bacon, in this
1,00 Joles do city.
300 1 -.. ".o. I LARD, and a lew bahnels do
In store ", .11 BEESWAX
Tenniessee Feathers, Coin Brooms. For sute by
JOIIN C. CLARKE,
fe 15 dI No 33 North Howard st.
dIN JAVA COFFEE, &C.-
S25 pipes a i'. 1 n. lolland G IN, Fox brand
300 bags t.... i ii ,. (old Gnvernmnlt)
Poland STARCIt, of B. D. T. brand, barreis,halt
barrels ansu boxes
200 qr casks Teneriffe WINE
2C0 do London Particular do
120 bdils English Hoop Iron, It a 2 inch.
In store and ror sale hy
OELRICHS S LURMAN,


fe 15 14t P 31 S(.uth Cnarlcatst.


6At11. & LCA iD i --
l ...... .. W inter Oil )
10til to -Pall douco bleachled unbleached
2000o do Wh.e a it ( o f superior quality
2500u do Winter do ulo )
28 barrels Steigtil's (OIl,
200 boxes Sperm CANDLES
Forsale at lowest nr'rknet prn'e. hv
T110O. Pi .t I 1.1 S& CO,
fe 16 77 Bowly's whbf.
g AITIIER & CO. No. 2,03 Balto. st. have just
rec'(i.
Colored Canton Flannels
Dark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWlS, '..- .;
Low priced Blue' .' i .- !-
P'iaid Linseys; Furniture CHINTZES
-Also on hand-
Heavy T; I .. Brown DRILLS
Canvass 1 'i.. Burlaps, all ot which they
offer for salp. de 5 P
)& AD ltv -iu casks "lOuibio' amnt -mintll tOm-
L-w bion'I M ADDElR tanling Iron mbarque Giesral
Harrison from Rolterdam, for fali hy
FRED. B. GRIAF,
No. 33 Son, th -: vtroet.
IN STORE-10 casks low priced .l .l,,1 I
35 :a r I .',i avouled Hollarld Gin
S. bianil
2 ca'e- superior tlrlanil Sail Duck
50 boxes (I gross each) Harlenm OIL
5 boxes assorted DulcIa CORDtiIA LS
of direct impnrfation. ja 23
B ^li~ iti i, l ^..- ^ ,'1 /. .-'I; L'--
H 125 barrelu tew 'rime Pork
32 dodo o dto st do
25,000 poundils Ballimoe Smotked Shou!ders and
MIiddlling aid Baton
16,COO pounds Bialtinmore csred Sides
W5S barrels No. 1 Lard
450 kegs No. I dto. in handsome shipping
order. For sale by
ROBERT GARRETT & SONS,
te 4 P 31 N. lroward street.
'TIUMTIBLELU8 AND BOTT E1'FS.
T lIE subscribers have on hand and offer for sale
low to clos sales.
7 boxas, heavy 1-3 pint TUMBLERS
43i do do pint do
35 do light pint do
5 dto heavy pint do
5 do tdo do taper shape
50 Hampers Pint Porter Bottles
50 do Quart do do
80 do do Ale do
BRAUNS S FOCKE,
fe 8 No. 190, Baltimore st.


L t : A'I ) ,\ .) -AND PApPElt-
.',, I bL-. 1._ p' %. V. I t.. F.- .F ,N.h'
-..3[,-., .UZ'.\MI P\I'1'IH. F,.,, JAMES BRUNDIGE,
fe 13 d4t 68 Sooth st. 8, of Pratt.
S!.. Ci i ?- TI'VIN rE.-The subscribers have
S i i ived 20 bales Brudport HERRING
I I 11. i; ti.. i they now offer for sale at No. 10 Ger-
man Street. JOS. TODItUNTER & CO.
fe 2 P eo8


R OSE PIN K, &c.
6 barrels Rose Pink
5 do Paris Green
2 do Brunswick-For sale by
A. GOLDER &. SON,
ja 28 eo8t___ 33 Hanover st.
Ii _I- r 1-, I. 'i % El'r i HA... Ei" tiu .. ~ il
f BI,, 1 i. l I,.i i 1.- r i. I .lip,'. r i .,l .-dri.'.n of
White Wheat FAMILY FLOUR, comprising the
following brands--el' .ii. ,1 i,. Overholt & Son,
Catoctin, Landis, .I i,, 1,1-. n.\.Al Mills, Newco-
mer, Welshants, Shupne Boyer. ja 12
BACON.
Frederick County Cured
BACON, hog round, of superior
quality, either for shipping or family use-just recei-
vel and fors"l I WILLIAM AILLEN,
f 10 1 ,. Howard street near Franklin.
Pt'tr.N'' COTTON SEINLi TWVINE.
ra- SUBSCtIRIBERS, Agents for the sale ot
a Clark?3i;s' Patent COTTON TWINE have now
on hand a complete assortment ot this very superior
article, which they offer to Fisheimen and others on
liberal terms. SELLMAN & CROOK,
f" 10 dim rorner South and Pratt streets.
-_- , . , ....1 ... .' .h .% -.. ... 1, -1 ,
t, 13 I r.i 11.1 1 k ,. -hdl\ %, l ..; ,. % .\
KE' S, w toch they will sell at reduced prices. Also,
a few pair of of 12-4 American Blankets of extra
quality, much finer than the best Witnney Blankets.
SANGSTON, WHITELEY & CO.
de 18I dff P No. 175 Btaltimore street.
Si Tl':-.,i lIxl'_l11('i61N 1 I 1BACON.
a 6R-c.' ,1a 13's -. FREDERICK CO.
0 -, )0- |1%\i -.. round, well cutand
bright colors-put ut ,'. '- I r.r Family use, of tirhe
besi quality ol Cornrtd Pork. lor sale by
.>-. & GARROTT,
fe II Hollingsworlh at.

9) hampers common Wine BOTTLES
35 dto patent do
40 do do Ale do
For sale low to close, by
F. RODEWALD & D1DIER,
fe 11 ditm No. i 11 Hanover street.
U t Ti.m. ii..tk.%C1i..,, t% It. NI%0 N. A
150 kegs 2d and 3d quality BUTTER
4 boxes Roll do
3000 lhs. Bacon Hams, Shoulders and Middlings
31 Saddles and Hams VENISON
8 kegs LARD, from Carroll Conu i. .-,iiirr
and for sale by HISER & IL' 1'".j.,
fe 11 corner Howard andi Fayette st.
C IOCOLAi''l", SMIC!S, & c.-
500 boxes (CH(OCOLATE,
100 kegs GROUND GINGER
50 do do PEPPER
10 boxes FLOUR RICE
1000 lbs CLOVES
20 bags PEPPER, received and for sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 13 P ____ Lombard near Light st.
H t i.. tI' ICt i-', LI. lN. N
UST received Irom Auction, aLot of Irish Lin-
ens :ii i:ir; fr. 'i 17 to 75 cents-Also Damask
Table Li-i' ii,.i .n l.,i'-,i ll sizes; Linen Sheetings
21 and 3 yds. wide: some extra fine with a large as-
sortment ot Cotton ".i--'1ir, 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.
THOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BALTIMOVE STREET,
Have iust received per Powhattan, Irornm Liverpool,
rt PACKA-iES HARDWA RE-con-
9 ,, ein part of HOES, Trace CHAINS,
Foster's & L 11i. i' SPADES. Griffin's Sc Waldron's
SCYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an extensive assortment of Shelf Goods, which
they offer lor sale on their usual accommodating terms
fe 5 d(I
SUGA( R,IMOLASSF.S, COFFEE, &c,-
3 35 lihids N. 0. UGAR, part of superior quality
10 do do MOLASSES
10i do Culta do new crop
150 bags Rio Green COFFEE, part low priced and
I partly supl-erior
100 bags Lgiguayra do
10 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.
1ERtMAN IIAIRDWARE -Received per
SClem' inritine, anti for sale onil liberal terms-
2 citsks German LOCKS
2 do rio LATCHES
1 dto BRACES
3 ilo Co(r'ote MILLS
3 do ],ancas'er and German LAMPS
1 I!o Dog CHAINS
1 do COMPASSES
2 boxes SCISSORS. ausoreed
3 do Curtain ORNAMENTS
2 do rio POLES.
EKI2E'IE'TA. HENNIGS& C(.
fei. 9 2 5 S B ,rit. st.
Ft BN IA GRB OVE,2t SOUTH lCHARLES
STRIEET, iolers for sale at wholesale
Gelaline Capuiiltes
Iriih Mrss No. 1 and 2
English Ithintbailb
Alors, I lelatic, Soc. and Barb
PIurple i ',. N
Red Oxy'd IRON
Oxalic Acid
Lamp lackt in paper afid bulk
Ivory do
Diop? ani Patent do
I, ao
drI.. E .I.i"
Pink Root wsahed
W' 1: ---..I Mortars
.1 1 I I -i .... OIL
Japan, Coach and Furniture Varnishes.
T'oghPlier with a general assortment of DYE-
STUFFS. &c. ja 29
F. W. !DAMMAN'N.
IMPORTER OF GERMAN DRY GOODS,
No. I So (;h Charles street, up Sltairs.
' 5S received by late arrivals and oftters for sale
i. on cheap terms, the following assortment of
season in- leIY GOODS.
I1-ITLAPS No. 1,2, and 3
Tecklenburgsind WESER LINEN
A till a-ssoitmn nt of Cotton HO(SIERY, viz.
Women whie, black and colored Cocton HOSE
Mens white, brown, blue mixed and black Cotton
half HOSE
Chlilidrens 1HOSE, &c.
4 cases Cotton GLOVES and SHAWLS
2 cases Silk and Cotton fancy SIIAWIS
6 cases Puilicat i MTI,'- n'l Foulerd H DKFS
I case Sillk V an I -w. and Cotton VEST-
1N(;S
Black Silk Mantua RIBBONS
Cot on TAPES, No. I1,17 and 25
2 cases OIL CLOTtH
_A LSO-
50 boxes TUM B1LERS different kinds,ahd
25 barrels best quality S'i'ARCH
fe 8 nl2w
BUiLLAPS, COTT'ION HOSIERY, &c.
,,I-iaLAPS--Nos. 1,2,3 &4
IQ DIo in bales ofassorted Nos.
Black Silk CRAVATS
Do do do with col'd borders
Do do do Flowered do
Plaid do do
Puilicat HDKFS. 28, 30 & 31 inch
Msdiasas do
Black Stin VESTINGS; Fancy & Figured do
Linen TAPES S 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 and Brown THREAD GLOVES
do Open work COTTON do
Bleached TICKLENBERGS
I)o ROLLS, lor Towelling
Sail DUCK, assorted qua.
A lull assort -.nt of Women's, Men's and Chili's
CO('TON HOSE. Just received andt or sale on li-
beralterms by ALBERS Sc CO.
fe 11 dltiM 2 German st.
BLUE AND DRAB SEWINGS, &c.
CASES BLUE SjEVING SILKS,
3) 1 do. I)RAB do. do.
3 do. Printed Pongee ll ii i,[.
2 do. Plain Crinmoni do.
2 do. Black Fringed do.
5 do. Printed LAWNS,


3 do P'lain Mouslin de Laines,
10 do. 1'ri;ted do. do.
5 do. Emnroidered do. do'
5 tdo. Paris Printed MUSIANS,
3 do. Black Silk VELVET,
2 d(to. Plaid Gilo de Naples 9-16 RIBBONS,
7 do. Plain black and cot'd.' Taffita dto.
5 do. No. 7, 0, 12 and l10 Cap do.
3 do. Figured Satin SHAWLS,
S itdo. Filet Silkl G )LOVES,
t do. Do. do. MITTS,
200 do. Domestic PRINTS, from various facto-
tories, just received by
fe 10 HARRISON & CO.
WINES, BRANDY, GIN
1 ) l lN 1M. BBLS.. SIJPERIO)R MADEIRA
50 qr. caskA WINE, trom .$1,25 to $5
per gallon
35 cases, 1 dozen each, bottled in Madeira
3 pipeq ) POMAR SitHERRY-the la-t of the
2 halt'pipes -stock nof this favorite brand, bfor sale
15 qr. casks at reduced prices by order of the Ex-
PORT WINE, in half pipes and qr. camks, and ca-
ses t 2 iloz. e-ich
GAOCIN WINE, in Indian bbls.
Iicily, T'enerniffe St. Luvar WINES
200 barkets Ct-I \M PAGNE,"DiIc de Mlonlebello,"
"Victoris," and "Crown" brands
25 half pipes C('OGNAC BRANDY, of superior
10 qr. dt .. 1 ..i. Dupiy S Co." "J.
J. Dunpy," ~ ."lBonueisont & Ba-
ker," "Biar ,' -, brands
30 pipesI HOLLAND 1) GIN, "Vine L.eaf," "Swan,"
Stork" and "'Eael" brand', part o0 direct im-
portation and entitled to debenture
Londcn Double BROWN STOUT, of best quality,
in quarts and pints
SCOTCH ALE, do do
HYSON TEA, in chests
P',.,qi'h Crown GLASS, in crates
V,..:.t. PAINTS
1000 I,.-.: -' lbs. to 128 Ibs. each, Black, Green and
A Vi I i-: LEAD, all ground in oil
200 jars, 5 Ibs. to 8 Ins. each, CHROME YELLOW,
pale and deep colours
All of which are offered for sale on accommodating
terms, by THOMAS B. ADAIR,
fe 17 d8teo8t No. 6 Commerce st.


ChiAl' WOOLLEN LL NOODS.
. ptIE undersigned, being desirous of closing nut
- his I. in 16. Wit,. i -'nr' of Woollen Goods,
will offlisr tu. i. prices i %ni.,I low.
'r' assortment will be found to consistof some
very superior CLO I rIIl r,.It S '1 1 '. li L'-. -'ola va-
rieny of dilerent .i,. i ..i.-l i. ,,, i I, i ', sup-
ply of'CLOlHS ol iI...n, ,ii .n,..r. -'n-v iira many
different colors. Also, a well selected assortment of
very superior and medium quality White and Red
FLA N N ELS, 7-8 and 4.4 wide. Also, Rogers' fine
patent and double milled do. oh superior quality some
few pieces of very heavy Bleached and unbleached
Cantonu .. I I. -I .I i.-'. r 'nh i l, rge suupply of
ROSE ar.I v., I I ;.l. I. I..\A N KI.i which have
been selected with great care, varying in sizes from 8
to 12-4, and will be found, in quality, equal to repre-
sentation. The present opportunity offers grant in-
ducements to p persons v.. i ii .. .. pinrchase, as the
Goods aboveenumeralea- ', u, i n-. I at unusually low
prices, by El)DWARD J. RItCHARDSON,
te I No. 39 Baltiumore sthept, corner Gay st.
9W, I 6.1.1 \ 1 0 II < L .. il- C I .'.', I ..,ill
SCharles street, have this day received, and will
keep reiilarly oil hand
STAY BINDINGS-Blk. white ant drab, of all qua-
lities
Cotton TAPES--BIk and white, No. 25, 135, 145 and
147
Carpet BINDINGS-Green and chintz colors
Patent THREADS-Assorted Nos.ofrJ. and D. SSu-
urt's nl I.re
Hollanil TAPES-A .'orted NoN.
Spool COTTONl-Wlite and col'd : r..:.. ;,i 100
.,, 1 .,] ,
do do do Stuart's Victoria 100 do
do to do do 200 do
Orrel's Cotton BALLS-Assorted No3.
Silk TIWISTI'-BIk. aunt col'd Sewings
)Driil'd Eyed NEEDLES; London & German Pins
Cott.er ....i. t- Corset LACES
Shoe II 1.' .In',, Gireen and halt bleached -
Shoe HlM P, low priced; &c. &c. fe 13
FRESH DRY GOODS.
WIJHOMAS AtRIS'T'RONG, No. 157 Balti-
-U. more street, has received and offers forsale a
handsome ass itment of
3-4 and 4-1 fresh Sprina CHINTZES
Superior plaint grnunid .1il_ - 1.i. DE LAINE
l)o embroidered and plaid ito do
Black and blue SILKS, plain and figured
ThibetI and Cian- SHAWLS
SCARFS and RIIBh ONS
Emlbroidered CAPES anl COLLARS
Fig'd and plain Swiss M USLINS
Linen Cambiics and Linen Cambric HHDKFS
Silk, Merino and l Cotton HOSIERY
l.adies'and Gent's best Paris KID GLOVES
Thibet, Gatuz' -. i n, i ..: I lannels
CLOTHS antl l ',- 'nLt I. .-, Silk VELVETS
Saitin, Valetciaand Mlarnseilles VESTINGS
Imperial QUILTS; Victoria SKIRTS
Damask Diaper and Napkins.
BONNETS.
Florence Braid and English Straiw BONNETS
Gipsey and Biolhar nLelhorn FLATS
French Artificial FLOWERS, &c.
WET GOODS.
The remainuatr ofthe wnt goods consisringofa lew
pieces tine Linens, Brown Hollands ind Jaconet
Cambrics, will be sold low, it applied tfor immediately
fe 16_________
DAN SKI N'S
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT AND
FURNISHING STORE,
NO. 194 BALTIMORE ST. WEST OF CHAS.
STREET.
flUIE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the
A gentlemen of Baltimore arid its vicinity that tie
has opened the above elegant establishment, and will
in future be enabled to furnish them with HATS su-
perior in style and quality to any heietotore offered ltor
sale in this city.
ALSO
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS, made to fit in su-
perior style
Paris Kid Gloves, fine colors $1 per pair
Under Shirts and Diawers of various kinds
Woollen, Merino, Cotton and Silk lHosiery
Gum Elastic and other SUSPENDERS
Silk HDKFS. hemrmed
Satin fiuired CRAVATS
Fancy Opera Tiens
Black Italian and Satin Cravats
Cocoa, Ebony and other CANES
Morning Gowns-and a variety of other Goods suit-
able bor Gentlemen.
The prices at this establishment will be uniform
and as low as the quality ran be sold at retail in this
city. WASHINGTON A. DANSKIN.
j i 27
IBRUSII & BELLOWS; FACTORY.
J K. STAPLETON & SON-ANo. 258
BA.dLTIMORE STREET, (near Howard st.)
Have in Store thIe following articles, which they offer
very low for cash and on the usual credit to town or
Country MA1rchants.
ti.. r,- BRUSHES, No. 2,3, 5 and 6,
-_,..,. BROiOM S, 2 size. ( t ., ,i...r.)
Mill Broom- ..n I pr.- I I'll- ii.., ,-...lted sizes,
Scrubbinig 1: I; 'li f 86,7, 8, 10and 12 rows.
'CLAMPS, 6, 7,8, 10 and 12 dto.
Shoe Brnlntsa. pininlnnal ri p middle and cov'd. backs,
Hatte I- : I n.- l!- . in .1,
Tanneis, Blacking, Paste nt i nsrinz BRUSHES,
Weavers Brushes, Horse I: I '-IL. Il sorts,
White wash 4, 5, 6,8, 10 and 12 knotis,
Painters Brushes and Sash Tools, all sizes and quality
Cloth ti' t _tbI>"a'. rlain and fancy,all descriptions.
Head I 'N, I BRUSHES, assorted
Shaving BRUSHES, on evely description,
Blacksmiths' BELLOWS, all sizss, warranted to the
purchaser, and at reduced prices.
Braziers' and Jewellers BELLOWS, ja 29
'1TO TIHE LADIES.
T PAIGE & CO., No. 12l1 Baltimore street,
II opposite ti.e M1u neumn, respectfully inform the
Ladies of Baltimore that they have just received from
N-w York a splendid lot of SILVER MOROCCO
SLIPPERS, a very beautiful and highly fashionable
article lor Fancy Balls. Also, a larger assortment of
white and black Satin, while and black Kid, French
Selettt orniing Siippeis, a new and siplendidt article;
Ladies and M isses French BOOTS, Childrerns Fancy
Boots; Lasting and Merino Gaiter r '. T'.. u. u i i%,
a complete as.sortmieint ot Ladies, M-I r ... i i, lif-.,
work ol every description, which are inanufacluted of
the choicest of French I in,,.i' and warranted to be
superior to any in tie c ii, i ,. Ladies ase respect-
fully requested nto call and examine tor themselves, be-
fore purchasing elsewhere.
I ...r...i Nl Mechants can be supplied with all kinds
of Ladies work by tie dozen or case. de 9
FAMILY CON I'ECTI'ONkIY & CHIRIST
MAS PRESENTS.
JOHN R. GILES ever grateful for the liberal pa-
tionage bestowed on him, would mo,-u p. ,-l''
ly beg leave to inform In the ladie, and -. i, ,n., u c-
Baltimore, that he has received his Fall ii|b...rtl..r
of Fine FRENCH II INi t|1t Ii.'\I lY and FAN-
CY ATTICLES, su.ii,. I r hi-,, ,,., and New
Year's Presents, .S-n,..i..i,,. in part of one of the rich-
est invoices ever. ri-ir r., the citizens of Baltimore.
Clubs, Balls, Parties and S.i- l nInit' *u|l'rih-.l with all
kinds of Family Confectionery.
Ire C ream, Cakes, Pyramids, Jellies, Charlotte
Russe, &c. and every "hn'... run lIn lbne at lie shortest
notice and in the be-u n, in,-r, at No. 38 Baltimore at.
between Frederick iii 1.1)
N. B. FLAXSEED CANDY, a celebrated article*
or Coughs, Colds, &c. de 15 3aw2m


SPENCER ROWE & CO.
no 16 No. 70 Calvert. near Pratt st.
AUCTION NOTICE.
EVER, CANNON & CO. AUCTION-
EERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Sale Rooms No. 28 South Charles street.
Who attend to sales ofReal and Personal Estates,
such as Houses, Lots, Lands and Tenements, Horses,
Carriages, Vessels, stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Guns, Pistols, Plated Ware, Watches and
Jewelry, Furniture, China, Glass and Crockery Ware.
W. C. & Co. will give their especial attention to the
arranging and disposal of Furniture at private houses.
All sales at auction will be made by J. B. CAN.
NON il) person.
-Liberal advances in bankable money can all times
be obtained on goods, when consigned to us for Pub-
lic Sale. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
au 26 eotf


0":l.A.4It'll AI& L IHt4 N,
Ii ..i ill I H I' I l| I I'" .lLa.l '.
,,lP(I !,'IF-I 0F G.IG:ilA 3 AAND 1URI'-
ISH GOODS, have received by late arrivals, and
offer for sale on reasonable terms,
BURLAPS ,N. i. 3, 3, 4 and 0.
6-4 Brown I 1 7- S assorted from No. 1 to 5.
or Silesias do to G60 to 100
6-4 Creas a la Morlaix
6-4 1 l hi-.i . i.
Linu ,, i H I-'.6 ,- art..t l',l,
W hite 'I .l-.l.t.,r. I.I NI.:'. .
Flaxen 10 i .. 1 '- 1.. 1, .',3
German Bn. i ii '1.1.-,
S and 4-4 Irish LINENS
26 inch Poinser Long CLOTH
Twilled SILESIAS
Damask and I:, -i-r lnrb-n, Tabling 6-424-4
Do NAI-'I.I NS.. 6C 10-4 Brown n .,., I ,h,.. COVERS
Linen TICKING, 63 inches wide
do do i and i yard
Men's, woman's and children's white and black
Cotton HOSE anF SOCKS
Schleicher's genuine German PINS, No. 5
6 and 3 cord white, black and coloured SPOOL
COTTON
Linen and Cotton TAPES. ja 13
5ij'"1m '' c ," C'.(INNEl.L, No. i3 B, ltituoare
S,'( .n .- -ff'nrs Ior sale the following desirable
GOODS, viz:
Sniper-uper. We.-#. r ''T L .r. 1 .LOTHS
Light and Dark I % ; 1.1..,
Silkand Valenii, % I HI.N..
Black and bl iue black Silk VELVETS
Do dto do Bombisazines (French)
Silk, Worsted and ( n.'.r .i,- ,
Blue black Poult le Son-: Intli-n I nmrini: v.-,-v iips-
rior Silk Tsicil; Silk, Ve-I i. .,..., ... 1ir.: I. 1 I 1 i IN ,
I -'.'], and Frenclh SAIIN; Cashmcre and Merino
I ,'- L, plain and Ribb'd Silk HOSE; plain and hem-
stlieedl Linen Cambric Hanuli Is; Linen Cambric; fine
Irish LINEN; 12-4 Linen SHtEE'ING; Damask
NAPKINS; whiie FLANNEI.; Red, yellow and
Green (to; Whitn'v and Bath BLANKElS; Silk andl
CottouI UMlt.tm. I L.,', Gum SUSPENDERS, &c.
je 12
U I-IlI[-. -'B-i'lI-- il} t-, t'.l)'V lIN % A ICA,
d&c.-Havina made aranrgemets for tlhe recep-
tion of Domestic Golods and Coiton YARN. direct
brom one of the heat Factories, I am now enabled to
offer these goods to the public on the very lowest terms
which the market will afford.
-ON HAND-
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5 4 heavy Brows SHEETINGS
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-1 heavy Bleached Shirting and
SHEETINGS
Ne.w style low pricedi Donestic PRINTS
Super ai'tl beautiful ? ..!'.a iind French ido
Russia and Scotch 1.'u 1. -and DIAPERS
Super ribbed Gambroons anId Brown HOLLAND*
Barklie's extra heavy soft finish Irish Linens
Cambric, Jaconet and Swimss MUSLINS
Heavy Osnaburgs and Brown DRILLS
tn,' .1 and plaid Satinrs and Hamilton JEANS
1'*--, white, blackand col'd Spool COTTON
Italian Snwiig Silks and Matteoni LUSTRINGS
Silks. Satins, M ... i.--.. I' l ,It, &c.
MARYLAND I'I. N I-.N I I nV GOODS.
With a very general assortment om Fresh SPRING
GOODS, all oft which will be sold athle lowest prices.
Call on B. H. RICHAKDSON,
165 Baltimore, 3 doors below Charles street.
fe 12 RP 2m
N. . i D I ..I. I b..Oi-l
? ,DOZEN It11 ,. LACK AND
A 'tlX'DI (ti in in hliO-L
750 yards Irish LINE N.. -h.1ini.. ,r finish
1 case lowpricedl .M, li] I \ Il:. LAINE
200peices Thread LI itlj[., ...1 iACES
Plaid, Figured and striped Swiss MUSLINS
Superior New York Mill SHEETING-Just re-
ceived and lor sale at very reduced prices, by
B. C. WRIGHT,
No. 151 Baltimore street.
O-Franklin Bank and Ballimore and Ohio Railroad
Notes taken in exchange for Goods.
fe 4 S 3teo


JOHN MEITZ
P ROFESSOlt OF MUSIC (formerly Profes-
sor of tihe Courts of their Royal Highnesses of
Stockholm Copenhagen, Hanover, Franklort on Main
Cassel, etc.) begs leave to inform his friends and
the public generally, that he will instruct on the
following instruments, viz.-VIOLIN, FLUTE,
CLARONETE, VIOLONCILLO,DOUBLE BASS,
&c.
For further information inquire at his dwelling N.
Gay street No. 89. or at Mr. C. HI. Eisenbrant's.
TERMS MODERATE,
Mir. Metz has tfor sale several Pianos of very ex-
cellent quality, together with some very superior
Violins. d2w* ja 30
A CARD.
GEORGE VICKERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW & SOLICITOR IN
CHANCERY,
C ONTINUES to Practice in the County Courts
of KENT, CECIL and QUEEN ANNE'S, and
in the Court of CHANCERY, Maryland.
Chestertown, Md. Nov. 25th, 1840.
REFERENCES:
Mr. Nathaniel F. Williams-No, 14 Bowly's whf.
Carit. Joel Vickers-No. 71 S. Sharp st.
Messrs. Wm. E. and J. Bartlett, S. Calvert, one
door from Pratt st.
Mr. George R. Mosher, of the firm of Reynolds &
Mosher, No. 38 N. Howard st.
Mr, George W. Krebs,No. 52 S. Calvert st.
Mr. Walter Farnandis, corner Bait. & Light sts.
no 30 mw&lrly
A CARD.
J W. F. ALLEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Moore-
field, Hardy County, Virginia, will promptly
attend tothe collection of claims, and all other busi-
ness connected with his profession, in the counties of
Hardy, Hampshire, Pendleton and Shenandoah, in
Virginia. He refers to
Samuel H. Alexander, ) M.r..i.
Daily &S Cunningham, t eld.
David Crawford, .Wodtc
Isaac Trout & Co. S Woodstock.
Lloyd Logan, Winchester.
P. Williams, Jr. ester.
Magruder k Dalrymple,
Kenmp & Buckey, Baltitiore.
Browne & Owens. )
dte 30 lw3rm
SnNI1DERSON ROtBEKR'T,
COMMISSION MER CHANT,
NEW ORLEANS.
T HE SUBSCRIBER lias just established him-
self in New Orleans inthe COMMISSION BU-
SINESS, and is prepared
To receive consignments, and to make, if required,
advances on them;
To advance on Shipments designed for other mar,
kets, passing through his hands;
To purchase every description of Produce and Mer-
chandise on order;
To collect Bills of Exchange, Notes, Drafts, &c.
and remnit the proceeds-and n ill ai,- ;r-. ial atten-
tion to the RECEIVING& I t i fI"W \'R li1N'., BUSI-
NESS, pledging himself that nodelay shall arise on
shipments to his address through any prelerenca for
particular lines ot vessels or steam boats,nor from any
other cause. S. ROBERT,
Late of Philadellphia.
References-
Messrs lopkins s Brns. 1
Birckhead & Pearce,
Clark & Kellogg, Bali ,ii .: e.
Duvall, K- i .ti. &Co. i
Talbot, .I., r Co. J
no 19 tuths3mnif
SHtOES, t^ATS, CAIlS, iO.'1l L6,% it.., &c
C. H. CARROLL & I I NGI.,.
N. W. Corner of Ballimore 4 Liberty sts., (up stairs.)
OFFER FOR SASE BY THE r i ..r OR L .1 N
BJ "1 t'ASA!5 sHOiES, II \ Il% CAI, -,'BON-
NETS, &c.-Received direct from the
manufacturers, comprising anr asortnnent of
MENS, BOYS AND YOUTHS
Fine and Coarse BOOTS, thick iBROGANS,
Call and Kip Monroes and SHOES, &c., &c.
WOMEN AND MISSES
Kid, Morocco, Seal and Lasting SLIPPERS,
Fine Kid, Seal and lIornocco Welts, Leather, Sew'd
and peg'd Welts, Leather and Gaiter BOOTS, &c.
CHILDREN
Leather and Morocco BOOTS and Ankleties,
ALSO-
Russia, Muskrat, Coney, Silk,)
White and BIllack. Wool and > HATS,
White and col'd Palm Leaf)
Otter, Fur, Seal, Muskrat,)
Means and Boys Hair Seal,>. CAPS,
Clolh and Sealette, )
Florence Blraid, 7 and II braid, B NNEiTS
Coi'd braid, Tuscan and Fancy t BNES
Pinio. I P-it"fo o i. v--i.-u t -hapes and qualities,
I l- .,11' i;:., UlI .'i rIl'.LI. ~A, Shoe Thread,
TRUNKS, Horse Cards, Wrapping PAPER, &c.
The above Goods were selected for the Country
trade, and will be sold on the usual credit, or for cash
at fair prices. d P se 25
JOHN THtEODORE KALL,
No. 7 COMMERCE STREET,
Offers tfor sale . -:'i.... .. ir, : .-ins-
'Sj1 i u()0i(!6; I'ltlINUI'E SEGARS
At'A -,!, .- ,,portation
60,000 Htavana SEGARS do
22' tierces Cuba HONEY
30 hhds Kentucky Leaf TOBACCO
15 bales black Louisiana MOLASSES
25 casks Dutch Crop and Ombro MADDER
30 do Pearl BARLEY
9 casks Fresh MACE
50 boxes Goshen CHEESE
Together with a general assortment of German
Hardware. fe 5 eolni
AST 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
Wafflea IRONS, anol American manufactured
Hardware, of superior finish
Pennsylvania Pig I ir \.,.g and high
do Bloom
3 pair French Bun rMILLSTONES, for sale by
HUGH BOYLE,
fe 9 er8t No. 57 Smith's wharf.
PRINTING PAPERS-
2500 rea'ns News Printing 24X38
800t do do do 24X36
750 do do do 24X34
400 do do do 23X33
800 do do do 22X32
450 do do do 25IX35i
350 do do do 28X381
200 do do do 27X42
200 do do do 25X39
100 do do do 21X30
600 do ',-]|- I r'., d do
2000 do MS--in.'r, aid Royal do-On hand and tfor
sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No. 21 South Charles street.
r' LANDLESS. GLUE, SANDPAPER. NAILS
&&c.-200 boxes Jackson's Mould CANDLES
6000 Ibs. GLUE, of good quality
275 reams SANDPAPER
3(u0 kegs best Easlern Nails
9 bales new HOPS
6h bs, Colegates STARCH
63 boxes FIG BLUE
150 do Bakers and Laphams No.1 Chocola e
20 do Homepathic and spiced do
30 do Bakers pie'ared COCOA
500 reams i lirn'" 1
100 bundle: -, L. ri |
190 reams Imp'l, and Medium i.PAPER. For
80 bundles B. Box l sale by
25 do Sheathing i
50 reams Tea J
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 63 South st. near Pratt.
BROOMS AND WOODEN WAtE.
N OW on hand and for sale at the lowest market
prices at our store and factory No. 70 South Cal-
vert street, six doors from Pratt street, Baltimore.
500 doz. Painted BUCKETS
400 ". Corn BROOMS
300 WHISKS
150 nests J. B, TUBS
100 Flour PAILS.
Also, all kinds of Ceder W.r-. 5',a ir Boxes, Clothes
Pins, Trays, Woot Bowls .rint s'-..-",.* Butter Ladles,
Wash Boards, Barrel Covers, Baskets, Spodl Stands,
&e.
The subscribers being connected with the different
factories at the East, also with the dealers in Boston,
New York and Philadelphia, take this opportunity to
inform SOUTHERN, \ I I .I:.N and CITY MER-
CHANTS that they shall be able to supply them with
the articles here n. -inrn. .I...,. ii. with mauy others
on asreasonablet ... a, :. In, a r be obtained in any
of the Northern cities.


TI HE ADVERTISER would respectfully in-
form the public that he has at present an exten-
sivestock ofFALL CUTLERY, RAZORS, PEN-
KNIVES, including Genuine Rodgers & Sons, Scis-
sors, of every .]- -ci ,pii.-.r, in fact he has at present
an excellent a-..,..,-i .i CUTLERY of all kinds,
warranted of the best materials and workmanship.
N. B. Having sold. out his former supply of the
PATENT PEN MAKING MACHINES, be has
just obtained a fresh supply of that admirably useful
invention. BEN'J. DAFFIN,
ja 20 No. 1 Holliday at.
PATENT LIFE ESCAPE LADDER.
INVENTED BY MR. JUDLIN of this City.
It is principally intended to be kept in bed cham-
bers. and so constructed as to be let down from the
window in the case of fire. It is made ofstrong girting,
attached to which are steps at a regular distance. At
one end is a large box, lined with canvass, in which
persons who are sick or timid can be placed and low-
ered from any part of a building without the least dan-
ger or difficulty; at the other are iron hooks, which
can be fastened to the wall or window sill. When it
is thus let down, it becomes a perfect ladder, on which
any one can, descend with ease. It is made to fold up
in a very small compass 'l ne ox or chest in which
it is placed is fashioned after the form of an ottoman,
and is a handsome ornament to a room. jy 27
RUBBERS.
15 .000 l PAIR GUM ELASTIC
eU IF SHOES, comprising the following
Ladies SHOES, lined and trim'd with lur highly fig'd.
do do do do do do stamped
do do do do do do plain
dto OVER SHOES, figured and lain
Men's heavy large OVER SHOES, fig'd and plain.
The above comprises one of the best assortments
ever imported into this country, and are offered to the
trade (by the package only) on pleasing terms by the
subscriber, No. 200 Baltimore at% up stairs.
oc 21 S. FARRINGTON,


L.il'/.."',.//;/I".i(.s" Ofh SILK GOODS
I D I)DiFLNDI ItFFER & CO. Lave jm.i
fS r:-Cciial1, [1) l'at..tl imnmlan-Oii,, ahd are ninv
opening at their Store, No.43 BALTIMORE ST.,a
large and splendid assortment of the newest and most
fashionable DRESS SILKS, which is composed of
very rich Satin striped Helencia; Satin striped Glace
Faconne; Gro tde Algiers, i-r, l-,avy; Satin Rep, fig-
ured and striped; Gro de .%iur.-j,-; very rich new style
Lyonese; very splendid blue black Gro de Affrique;
Satin striped and fignred Rep; figured Poult de Soi,
and Gro de Swiss; rich 4-4 black and blue black Gro
de Rhine, Poult de Sol, andGro le Swiss; colored and
black Gro de Naples, in great variety.
M(OUSELINEI DE LANE An entire new style
of Satin striped Mouseline de Laine, a new and very
beautiful style and superior quality, to which they
very i'i.:.un'itll\ invite the attention of their custom-
ers. N. 43 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe 8 4 doors above Gay st.
F RESII SPRING DRY GOODS-Just open-
Sed and tor sale-
I case Ottoman Chintz PRINTS, of new and beau-
liful styles
I Barklie's Irish Linen, in 1.2 ps. frioom 31 to
40 cts.
1 do fire do from 40 to 100
2 Wide Thread Laces, of rich and handsome
patterns
I Medium Widths, a great variety of patterns
1 Narrow do. From 4 to 121 cts. per yard
12-4,Lir ,, 4.*.. -... -). i I- I or pillow cases
Brown .N mti.i ., .r,.( Shirting Muslins
tinn Il '.t2" il., I'.. I':' I I. Iriian
'_ili. ,iuI I.,,l'.,n l- i, u.l.u, ,.u)VES, &c. Which
will all be sold at the lowest market prices, by
GEO. 1. KENNARD,
125 Baltimore st.
fe 6 nearly opposite the Museum.


S1 t41SH LINiNS, BROWN I1OLLANDS
&r -Tlin,' ii-..rb-:ib il'e Ti. hr i. eiitfa
.-Saoirtleiit tI
Irish LINENS, Barklie'a bleach, all prices from 31
cts to 100
Brown HOLLANDS do do 121 to 311 cts
Unbleached Table CLOTHS do 62 to Sl
10-4 superior Linen SHEETING at 629 cts per yard
Superior 8-4 Damask Table LINEN at $1 do
10 cases Bleached MUSLINS, all prices, from 9 to
18, cts
5 cases Linen Cambric Hankfs do do do 18* to 50 do
I do col'd CAMIBRICS
1 do bleached twill'd MUSLIN
1 do Unbleached do
10 bales Unbleached MUSLINS, all prices
1 do Russia DIAPER
1 do Methuen TICKING
CALICOES, -HE, i' ., PLAIDS, &c. all prices
Persons in want of any of the atove 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
ij 29 st.,3id door west of Market Space.
f BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
SSTREET, has received per late arrivals fomr
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on ;.,'ri-ul.......i..Ii aerms, the following articles-
such )-. i1--iln, urue'-. super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double rind Single barrel; Youths
do do. Bra-' .Sti, l-. anr-l Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a ve.- till -...,r]in it L'ixon's, Yates and other kinds
ofG(.ilU \i\ N "l.VI1.R WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar T(,i.-.. -....p Ladiles, Fish Knives Pock-
et Combs, Rogeri -. ,.-i.:.,'-, Anderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, -',r.ir., Windle's," Warin's, Attwood'si
Mitchell's, Chance's, Harwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Daunis's STEEL PENS-together with a large
and complete assortment of JEWELRY and FANCY
STATIONARY, with other articles too numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call and
examine lor themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24
A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
A his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING & COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, from Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH, the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm ot CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale,
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS arid TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs, Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dIes, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
V \ NIo'i1!'H, warranted equal to any in use.
!,II \ -.H 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 lor their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage, d i ja is15
D DISSOLUTION O F CO. PARTNERSHIP.
-Agreeably to limitation otf o-partnership, the
connexion heretofore existing between the subscri-
bers, in the Grocery and Commission Business, is
this day dissolved. Either of this parties is authoriz-
ed to collect debts due to the lale firm. ,All claims
against it will be presented to Junn Hasson tor 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
OUHN HASSON has for sale at No. 79 PRATT
* 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 Chain-
paine WINE
French Brandy, Holland Gin, Jamaica Spirits, 4th
proofold 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 ot Groceries he will sell on accommo-
datinz terms, fe 15 P 4t
FRANKLIN BANK PAPER TAKEN AT
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EAST CORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance on Lexingion and Eutaw Streets.
SAMUEL FREY, since his establishment was
burnt out in the tall, has repaired and improved
his Ware Rooms, so that at the present time, they are
tully equal, il riot superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, andm having enlarged his manufactory, he is
prepared to execute all orders with promptness and
despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten-
sive assortment of the most I. -. ,i Furniture,-con-
..oIh l ,, 0fa', LI-... _-. -rp.r i- il..'n ri Chairs,
Sil L).,.,rl., C ilt, I i.. i : i..n, Dinrina h. i-.i,.-ak-
last Tables, Si-:, 1,,- li..,.Ii .1 r,-, \ ..iv..,--, ot
new and elegant pattern, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and Windsor Chairs, &c. &c.
He also informs the public that he has no boys in
his manufactory, and that his workmen are all ot the
very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his* customers. Persons
ui,.i,. to purchase are requested to call and examine
.,- \* r. Rooms.
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses iurnirahed, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction. ja 16 d?
PAU., UCOU IRANE & PAUUL,
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINE
ISTS,
RE now extensively prepared to execute all or-
ders in their line, such as building Steam En-
glues, Water Wheels, Grist, Saw, Rolling and Sugar
Mills, and machines lor packing sugar in boxes or
hogsheads, Cotton and Woollen Gearing, Friction and
common Callenders, and all kinds of Bleaching and
Printing Machinery, Hydraulic and Screw Presses,
Ifi-u Jr Drills, Screwing Machines, Turning Lathes
'.,. ...-
The Foundry is supplied with an extensive assort-
ment of patterns of a very superior description,embra-
cing Spur and Bevel Wheels of all sizes, Pullies from
6 to 36 inches, a complete set of Hangers, Couplings
and Plumber blocks,Water Wheel Flanges, Shrouding,
and Segments of various sizes, Shaft Patterns, &e.
Rc.
Persons in wantofany kind of Machinery, Casting
Forging, or Patterns made would do well to give us e
call, as we are determined that our work will be so
made as cannot fail to give satisfaction.
PAUL,! ,i 'lH1\II ,% L S PAUL,
Phoenix Iron v, works, West Lexington st,
oc 15 o between Pearl and Pine.
PRATT ST. WHOLESALER CLOTHING
STORE.
Corner of Charles Street, Baltimore.
THIE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully invite
S the attention of Counutry MIerchants to his new
and elegant assortment of SPRING GOODS, princi-
pally adapted to the country trade. Part of his stock
consists in superfine Dress and FROCK COATS;
Prince Albert Doeskin PANTALOONS; a I.i,- 1.1-
riety of new style Spring and Summer CIi'FH
ING; ROUNDABOUTS; PANTALOONS; Vests;
SHIRTS, &c., &c.
All those coming to the city who are in want ofsuch
goods would do well to call ard examine for them-
selves.
An assortment of CLOTHS, specially adapted to
the city retail trade, which will be sold low lor cash.
The work is made up in the best and most fashiona-
ble manner, and from long experience in the business
he hopes to merit a continuation of the favors bestowed
on him heretofore. WILLIA M ROGERS.
ml 11t eo
S'I'EEL.
,WILSON, HAWKSWORTII & MOSS,
rV Manulacturers of Steel, Sheffield, England.
CAST S'FEEL of all sizes
Best Double refined Shear STEEL
GERMAN SIFEEL
Coach Spring do
Genuine (L) Blister STEEL
English Blister STEEl.
The subscriber, agent for the above manufacturers
has on hand an assortment of Steel of their muake
which he offers for sale on the most accommodating
terms, and is prepared to execute orders to any extent.
The celebrated shoe and Butcher knives ot J. Wilson
are manufactured by the senior partner from Wilson,
Hawksworth sc Moss's warranted Steel which is ilso
used by other-well known Manufatturers in England;
but steel being an article which depends on its intmin-
sic merits, he only solidts a full and fair trial iind
will warrant every Bar to be as represented.
SAM'L. POULTNEY,
oc 19 Lombard st. near Liehi


PASSAGE FROM IRI:LAND.
S Per-4,i. iii l11i I .'oUniir dsjCSlioJ i. o'I areur-
ing passage for their friends iirin Iril.ii.1, aLi
oso y 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.
O3-Drafts for small sums of money for the accom-
modation oftPassengers, can be procured as above.
ja30 dim P
i FOR VALPARAISOAND A MAR-
KET-The coppered and copper fastened A.I
American barque LOUISA, James A. Hobson, mas-
ter; will be despatched as above on or b-4i,- ,ihei.j-
uf March. For freight or passage, aRing eupidrior
accommodations, apply to
OELRICHS & LUTRMAN..
ija 29 P No. 31 oinrh I inai.. ..
F-OR AN'W%%16' IP-- Irhe -i,..l ,1,in1
i Hanoverian barque MI.ihGENS I ILEN, _'ar.
Jacob Appel; will be despatched to the above port
without delay. For freight of small stowage only
apply to OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 12 8t P 31 South Charles at.
FOR KINGSTON. JAM.-The regu-
blar packet barque ORB, 'Capt. Win. G. Watts;
having a greater part of her -freight engaged, will sail
for the above port in a few days. For freight or pas-
sage apply to WM. MASON & CO.
fe 17 dtas No. 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR KINGSTON, JAMAICA-TIhe
fast sailing coppered & copper fastened sehr.
W .A. CALDWELL, will have immediate despatch
for the above port. For f;eigbt or passqg, -apply to
E.P, (OHi-N.
fe 17 P 74 Bowly's wharf.
IVOR SALEM-I'he brg GENERALL
S BROOKS, Wier, master; is now loading, and
can take the bulk of 2 to 300 bbls, Fir irpiglit of
which apply to J. W. OSB.ilIRN,
u' 13 P 8i B.'.-lv', %ih ,rf.
~ "FOi BOSTO--lItegiar i ',.rirm ,cilI
a Line-lIhe pariel brig l'.riSTIN, 1>. C.
Sbiriui i a,a~ter., b dljiig p il Of ien canigo i:. i ...I will
h -Ve b-e.p'ili. For Ireighl or pa, .age ,opl ly Io ti;Le
Captain on board, or to
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
fe 13 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
B FOR OiS'l'O-Ui'Uninn and Despatch
Line-The packet brig CHOCTAW,' Captaini
Crowell; will have despatch. For freight or passage
apply on board at Bowly's wharf, or to
fe I CLARK & KELLOGG.
f FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Line-
A The brig MARY STANTON, Capt. Beard;
will have dispatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja 29 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
FOR BOSTON -R,;nt,.ir Liri--Iin a-
a turday--bI.- prl\ librig B. LTI MlihL, Cap-
tain Harding; will .,.1l .1 aL., e c. For ir.-.iii ,t pais-
sage apply to J. 16 .(I.,itIRN,
le 17 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
.7 FOR PROVIDENCE, R.I -The new
schr THOMAS HOOPER, B. F. Howes,
master; having part of her cargo on board, will be Yes.
patchedin a few days. For freight i pa.--i.- apply
to THOMA PE'IER,',
(le 15 No. 9 Bowly's wharf.
FOR FREIGU'T OR CLItA 'l'ER-
[rhe last sailing copper fastened and coppered
bria, JANET, Landis, master; 9 months old, about 2000
bbls. burthen, and in complete order for any voyage.
Apply to B. BUCK & SON,
[e 16 d4t? No. 75 Smith's wharf.


STONE WARE.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS have on hand and in-
tend kee,'i'. ,, iie and general assortment of
very superior -'1' i' I. WARE, which they offer for
sale at reduced prices. Country Merchants and others
would do well to call as they no doubt would be pleas-
ed with both the goods and terms.
They have also on hand a few of BROTHER-
TON'S PERCOLATING FILTERERS, the best
article ever invented for the purification of water, as
it cleanses it from all extraneous matter,and by its op-
eration renders the most turbid as clear and pelucid as
spring water.
0j,-Orders are delivered in all parts of the city, free
ol expense. BROTHERTON & MORTON,
jy 24 dtf Pitt street adjoining Harford Run.


t r'OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The nhw schr. PIZARO, Z. Kirwin, master;
burthen about 950 bbIs. Apply to
JAMES HOOPER & SONS,
fe 16 d4t No. 16 Light st. wharf._
FKOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
A lThe fast sailing copper lasli-id ichr T. R.
BETTION, Sam'l. M. Travers, master; burthen 1000
bbls., in readiness to receive cargo.
THUS. HOOPER,
fe 16 d4t 5 8peer's wharf.
,Bf FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
B The coppered and copper fastened schooner
ORAZABO, about 700 bbls. burthen, and in complete
order for any voyage. Apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
te 11 d~t 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR'SALE TO CLOSE A CON-
CERN-The last sailing copper fastened and
coppered brig ARGO, built in Matthews County,
Virginia, burthen 197 45-95 tons or 1610 barrels, about
5 years old, re.coppered in November, 1838. Apply
to THOMAS WILSON &cCO.
fe 13 d4t 48 South Gay st.
FOR SALE-A Baltimore built SBHK.
of 800 bbls. copper fastened and coppered and
in good order, having just been thoroughly 'overhaul-
edand caulked. She will be sold a bargain. The
present owner having no further employment for iher,
Apply to W. RHOADS,
fe 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, from ten till twelve o'clock, A. M. for the elec-
tion ot 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.
ELECTION.
OFFICE MERCHANTS' FIRE INS. CO.
Baltimore, Feb. 16, 1841.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in
S 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 11 A, M.
and I P. M. J. SAURIN NORRIS,
fe 16 dt2M P Sec'y.
OFFICE OF MARYLAND INS. COMPANY,
3rd February, 1841. S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
11 President and Directors have this day declared a
dividend of Ten Dollars, per share, payable at this
office on and after MONDAY the 15th inst.
The Stockholders of this Company are also notified
that they are required by the Charter ho renew their
notes during the present month ; and also, that an e-
lection for thirteen Directors, to serve for one year,
will be held at the office of the Company, on MON-
DAY, the 1st day of March next, between th(lie hours
of 10 and 12 o'clock. By order,
te 3 41* Ps WM. PARTLOW. Sec'y.
OFFICE OF THE BALTIMORE FIRE IN-
SURANCECOMPANY,
February 13th, 1841. )
OTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders that
1U 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 oi 10
and 12 o'clock, for fifteen Directors.
Thbe Transfer Books will be closed from the 20th
inst. Hntil the 7th March. By order,
te 13 eolE 0. P. WIRGMAN, Sec'y.
IVIDEND.-The President and M1anagers of
the York and Maryland Line Turnpike Road
have declared a dividend of one half ofone pr. cent.
on the capital stockof the Company, payable on the
15th inst.at the MarineBank in Baltimore to the Stock-
holders or their legal representatives, who resides in
Maryland, and to those in Pennsylvania at the York
Bank in the Borough of York.
fe 5 2aw4t JOS. TOW NSEND, Sec'y.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
WAREHOUSE NORTH STREET,
Near Post Office.
OULD respectly inform the City and Wett-
Wern Merchants that during the suspension of
Canal Navigation, they will receive and forward
goods to Pittsburg and Wheeling. Ail goods O'iluni--
ed to their care will be forwarded witlh piump'r.,E,
and at the lowest rates of carriage.
fe 5 JOHN WEST, Agent.
WESTERN MERCHANTS WHO SHIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S ILNE,
(During the Canal season,)
W ILL find it to their interest, before shipping
S their goods, to call at
JOSEPH TAYLOR & SON'S, Agents,
SCorner of Eutaw and German ste.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pittsburg or
Wheeling.efe 13 d?
MERCHANTS AND TRADERS of Balti-
i more and the West who intend shipping via
Susquehanna Rail Road and Pennsylvania Canal to
intermediate points, Pittsburg, Wheeling, &c. will
have their goods forwarded with care and dispatch,
on the lowest terms, by applying at
BINGHAM'S Depot, 122 North Howard at.
or to JAMES WILSON, Agent.,
fe 6 117 North Howard st.
"MECHANICAL LAMPS."
CANFIELD & BROTHER have on hand a
few patterns of "DECAN'S PATENT ME-
CHANICAL LAMPS." To those who have used
them no explanation of their merits is necessary, as
they have given universal satisfaction. They are tru-
ly an elegant article, and possess advantages over all
toher descriptions of light, particularly for drawing
rooms, reading rooms, &c., for which purposes they
are generally used in all elegant establishments in Pa-
ris, where a steady, uniform light, that produces no
smoke, is desirable.
In proportion to light, they consume but ope-third
the oil of a common Astral Lamp-therefore, in point
of economy alone, they are particularly desirable.
For sale at the corner of Baltimore and Charles street.
jai 21
DEPOT OF THE CELEDRATEV GEN-
UINE JOS. ANTON. FARINA'S COLOGNE
WATER.-The subscriber being appointed agent for
the celebrated genuine Joseph Ant. Farina's Cologne
WATER, will have constantly on hand a large sup-
ply of the finest quality, put up in a superior style,
and which he will be able to offer to the trade on the
most reasonable terms.
In reference to the above adlvrisrement he
begs to state that be has just received tby MIe late
arrivals a large supply of the; aforesaid celebrated
Cologne WATERand can assure the trade that for
quality and price if't nnot be excelled, anu respect-
fully begs their attention. JOSEPH BOU RY,
Importer oh French, German and Englih
fe4 d2m Fancy Goods, l16 Baltimore st.
AMERICAN CEMENT.
N OTICE.-The subscnibesa neipecIlully inlarm
the public that they hare succ.e-de-J in estatili.hn-
inga manufactory of the AIM ERICAN CEMN..- r,
at the corner of Gough and Walhirigon sireei, F'r-i'a
Point, Baltimore, were they are prepared no fill or-
ders to any extent, on the s.hoine'sl nonice. a hnrh '* ill
be accompanied with direetiors In ginde lhe meclnmiinc
and engineer in the succes'lul applicalion ol lie ar-
ticle. As to the utility of the American Ceiicrit, ml
suffices to say that it is imper'iois to water, and has
been used to ad\aralage in the constlucniin ot Loc;.,
Aqueducts, Piers. Arcesa, Cisterrns, Foundaliuihs of
Bulhdinugs. no secure dry cellars in wet ground, dI in
all instahrie where properly applied, iI has been liind
to l:hve arnswered lhe purpose. ['hug from uur
knovlege el the arlicle, to thoae wishing to use ii tie
will warrant il lo answer any ol Ihe above purposes,
or no charge, il applied according to our direclions.
B. CURRY,
jyi4 )y JOHN McMANUa.


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AMERICAN.
BALTIMORE.

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18.
PubUlished every morning at Mo. 2 mouth Gal
Street, by DOBBIN, IUIBPHY & BOMn

TlUiS--Dally piBar eight dollar# per annum, payable halt
yearly, Country papers five dqMara per annum, payable it
advance, unless the subscriptions is guaranteed in the city.
All new advertisement appearin both papers. Siglepa-
pers 6 14 cents.

f0j-The proceedings of the meeting of the Balti-
more stockholders of the U. S. Bank will be found in
another part of to-day's American. It will be seen
that they invite the co-operation ofthe stockholders
in other parts of Maryland, and places south of it.

We failed to receive a letter from our correspond-
ent at. Annapolis yesterday.

Correspondenee of the Amnerica.
WASHINGTON, February 17, 1841.
The PESIIayuNT ELECT left this city this morning
Sin the mail boat for Richmond. His intention, until a
few days ago,was to go to Virginia via Baltimore. He
will return by way of Annapolis and meet the mem-
bers efthe Legislature, a committee of whom have vi-
sited him here, and earnestly invited his attendance.
The Electoral or National Ball was thronged last
night. General HAISON was there for an hour and
more, and of course the peculiar attraction of the
evening. _______

Correpondence of the American.
SUPREME COURT UNITED STATES.
WASHINGTON, February 17.
The Supreme Court room has been thronged
through the day to hear the argument of HENEY
CLAY in the Mississippi slave case. I heard the open-
ing of the argument-and it was equal to almost any-
thing I have heard from the eloquent Kentuckian-as
eloquent and able at the bar as in the Senate-une-
qualled any where as an advocate.
Mr. WEBSTER will reply. With such men for
Counsel the case would excite intense interest every-
where, but in the case before the Court millions ofdol-
lars are involved.

A SYSTEM OF STATE TAXATION.-In view
of the fact that the necessities of the State will short-
ly require the imposition ofa tax to meet her inevita-
ble obligations, it becomes a matter of some impor-
tance to ascertain the most just and equitable system
for levyiag the same. The present assessment is
manifestly unequal. In many of the counties it was
made a long time ago; and in some parts of the State
property is rated at only a portion of its value, and in
others at its full value. In addition to this, there are
some sorts of property not included, which of course
would cause the burden ofa new tax to fall unequally
if it Were laid upon the basis of the old assessment.
We find the following in the Philadelphia National
Gazette.-
A meeting of the Assessors ofthe City and County
of Philadelphia, was held last week, for the purpose
ot adopting concerted and uniform action in the as-
sessment which is soon to be made in accordance with
the provisions of"An Act to create additional reven-
ue, to be applied towards the payment of interest, and
the extinguishment of the debts of the Common-
wealth." A committee, which had been appointed
at a previous meeting to confer with the County
Commissioners, ind to obtain the opinion of their Sol
icitor, reported Iti answer to their letter from that
officer; and which having been read, the meeting, af-
ter due consideration, adopted the following resolu-
tion:
"Resolved, That in assessing and returning persons,
trades, professions, occupations, offices and posts of
profit, the following standard and classification be
adopted tor State Tax :
1. Upon laboring men, not more than $62 50
2. journeymen tradesmen 75 00
3. employing mechanics and shop
keepers. 125 00
4. second class merchants and
professional men. 250 00
5. first class merchants and
gentlemen of leisure, 750 00
And that the same be adopted for county rates and
levies, first deducting sixty per cent."
In order that all readers may have a perfect under-
standing of the above, it is perhaps necessary estate,
that the tax upon the above returns authorized and
required by the act above alluded to, passed on the
Ilth June. 1840, also empowers the County Commis-
sioners to add to the county rates and levies, one
mill upon the dollar, which will make each of the a-
bove as follows :
On the 1st, six and a quarter cents.
2d,seven and a half cents.
3d, twelve and a half cents.
4th, twenty-five cents.
5th, thirty-seven and ahalfcents.
This being determined upon, the Assessors will
now commence their duties.
We are at some loss for an exact idea of the system
S here indicated. Will our Philadelphia contemporary
oblige us by going a little more into detail? We can
gather a general notion of the principle, but not being
familiar with the usual modes of assessment hereto-
fore in use in Pennsylvania, there is some obscurity
in the particulars.
We may take occasion, since we are upon the sub-
ject, to offer some general suggestions which seem pro-
perly to bear upon the important matter of taxation.
It may be taken as a starting point in reference to all
taxes levied for the general benefit, that they should
be imposed equally upon all kinds of productive capi.
tal. Whatever yields a man revenue, that should pay
his tax; in other words, a citizen's tax should be re-
garded as an item of his necessary expenditures, and
the amount of it ought to be proportioned to thescale
of his expenditures. The principle set forth in the
paragraph from the Philadelphia paper seems to be
somewhat analogous to this.
The great difficulty is in ascertaining the amount of
every man's productive capital; and on account of
this difficulty particular kinds of properly, such as
lands, houses, furniture, &c. have usually been made
to bear the brunt of taxation. There is no reason
why real estate should be taxed more than any other
kind of property, except that it is more tangible and
cannot be concealed. If this be a reason of convey.
nience it is not one of justice.
In so far as personal property is taxed under the
usual system, there is and always will be much room
for evasion; so that the heaviest part of the burden
falls upon the conscientious. Some may declare that
they have no personal property beyond a certain a-
mount, because the chief part of their money may be
invested in objects which they may think not subject
+ to tax; or it may be employed out of the State. In
both cases they receive and enjoy the revenues from
^ their capital. There are also many professional men
who receive large incomes, yet, who own, it may be,
but little taxable property.
Every man's style of living, voluntarily adopted by
himself, furnishes some criterion by which his reve-
nue may be estimated. It matters not much what
may be the particular kind of capital from which he
draws lhis income. His ability is the thing to be con-
sidered; and if taxes are regarded as they ought to be,


that is as items of necessary expenditure, his ability to
pay should be the standard of his assessment.
The point to which we are coming is simply this:-
That the assessments for taxes should be made upon
a principle of classification, to be fixed and arranged
upon the estimated ability of every tax-payer. Thus
all those who from their style of living or other known
means might be supposed to be in the receipt of
$10,000 per annum, should constitute one class;
those of $8,000 a second; and so on to Six, five, four,
three, two and one thousand, not going lower than
about three hundred. The amount to be paid by each
should be regulated according to the respective class,
so as to fall lightly upon those whose receipts are small.
If any one should be rated too high, his oath or af-
firmation to that effect should be sufficient to place
him upon a more moderate scale.
If this principle were applied in the agricultural
districts of the State, the average annual value ofa
farmer's crops would be assessed instead of his land.
At present there is a great deal of wood and waste
land which pays a tax although it yields nothing to
the owner. The true idea oftaxation seems to im-
ply that it should be laid upon productive capital and
upon articles of luxury. Whatever yields something
to, the owner ought to yield something to the State
whenever her exigencies call for contribution.
We have extended these remarks to a greater length
than we had intended. Yet the subject is one of
importance, and one upon which suggestions should be
freely made. The intelligent Chairman ofthe Com-
mittee of Ways and Means at Annapolis will, doubt-
less, give due considethtion to the plan which is to be
submitted to the action of the Legislature.

We understand that a (Committee on the part of the
Whig Members of the Legislature ofMARYLANDand
a Committee on the part of citizens of ANNAPOLIS,
waited on the President Elect on Monday evening to
invite him to visit the city of Annapolis before his
inauguration. Gen.' HARISON, having already made
his arrangements for visiting richmond in the morn-
ing, declined an immediate acceptance of the invita-
tion. But be has promised that he will return from
Virginia by the way ofAnnapolis.-Iat. Intel.

Silver Pitcher.-We have had the pleasure of seeing
a beautiful silver pitcher made by Bard & Lament,
205 Arch street for a number of gentlemen of New-
(castle county, Del. who are about to present it to Gen-
al Leslie Combs of Kentucky. The pitcher is orna-
mented with rich chasing and well wrought historical
devices. The principal inscription alludes to the ser-
vice of Gen. Combs in the north-western campaign
of 1812-13, and of his advocacy of the claimsofGen.
Barrison in 1840.-Philad. Rorth amer.


TOLLS ON THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAIL ROAD.-There appears to be but one 'point
upon which the decision should turn in reference to
the Rail Road Company's application for an increase
of tolls on certain articles. We have all along re-
garded the questinil under the supposition that the
tolls already laid upon the specified articles were too
low to afford a fair compensation for their transpor-
tation. The representations ofthe Company so de-
clare; the Report of the State Treasurer confirms the
declaration.
Now it is a simple matter. If any doubt exists on
the point let committee of the Senate investigate it
If it shall be found that the company have been trans-
porting articles at a loss, is there any one who will
object to allowing them a reasonable price for their
labours? Will the State refuse to protect her own
investment in the road?
We say further that the Company may be safely
trusted with a discretionary power in the case. A
law permitting them to raise their tolls to eight cents
on flour would not compel them to do so if it should
be found inexpedient. The Company areas much in-
terested in having trade upon the roadasthecityis
that the trade should come here. As for throwing an
oppressive burden upon any interest orclass, we cer-
tainly desire nothing of the sort; we only wish to see
relief extended where oppression is already believed
to exist.
We notice in an Administration paper certain words
of exultation at the downfall of the Bank of the United
States; and the untoward fate of that institution is re-
ferred to as evidence that Gen. JACKSON was right in
his hostility towards it. With the concerns of the
Bank after it became a State institution we have no-
thing to do; its destruction as the fiscal agent of the
Government we consider a national misfortune.
The currency of any country constitutes one of its
most important concerns. It affects the interest of
every body; it pervades the entire social and political
system, and is the life blood thereof. To disarrrange
it, to disturb its wholesome circulation, is to throw
the whole machinery out of gear and to introduce dis-
order into every department of the State. These are
truisms. But what of that ? The conclusion is only
the more irresistible that one of the most important
functions ot Government is to take care that the cur-
rency be kept in good condition. There is not a more
essential duty pertaining to sovereignty than this; and
it is one which a just government would no more think
of abandoning than it would consent to give a foreign
power dominion over its soil.
The war against the currency of the United States
begun by Gen. JACKSON, is a phenomenon in the po-
litical history of nations. When was it ever before
seen that a Government set itself in direct opposition
to a financial system of its own devising-to a cur-
rency established by its own authority ? It began, in-
deed, by promising a "better currency ;" and it ended
by abandoning the duty of exercising any power of
regulation over it.
What if every banking institution in the country
should be prostrated by the unnatural warfare ofthe
Government against the credit which it oughtto up-
hold? Would that be a legitimate cause of exulta-
tion? Would it argus anything against thesoundness
of the system thus beaten down? Can there be any
system devised which will be able to stand unmoved
amid the embarrassments, obstructions and difficul-
ties which an inimical Government might heap around
it ?
We are now reaping the bitter fruits of some ten
or twelve years ot misrule. Confusion could hardly
be worse confounded. It is an unmanly sort of tri-
umph which rejoices over the prostrate interests of the
country and points to their ruin as evidences of a par-
ty's success. But there is yet a power that shall re-
trieve the land; for it will work in unison with the
rallying energies of the whole people.

"'MR. KENNEDY'S LECTURE.-The lecture
delivered before the Mercantile Library Association
on Tuesday evening, by the Hon. JOHN P. KENNE-
DY, was an admirable discourse and full of philoso-
phical truth. The instinct of society-that peculiar
genius which imparts a characteristic individuality to
a people, and which works out its own manifestation
in the external framework of laws, institutions,
usages 'and habits, was dwelt upon with a happy
power of analysis. It is to this inward spirit more
than to the outward appearances of things-or rather
to the latter as interpreters ofthe first, that the inquir-
er must turn who would gain a just understanding of
society and its tendencies.
The differences between European and American
Society, in regard to this peculiar vis vit, were
sketched with such distinctness as to render the per-
ception clear that a new order of things was going on
towards a great consummation in this Republic of the
West.
Without undertaking further to set forth the sub-
stance of the lecture, which covered a large ground
and included many important views, we may express
the opinion that this discourse is worthy to be ranked
among the ablest of Mr. KENNEDY'S productions,
although different in class aswell as volume, from most
of the other works which have given celebrity to his
pen.
Lecture Introductory to the course delivered before the
MechanicalLibrary Association. By WM. E,WYATT,
D. D.-This beautiful discourse has been publish-
ed in pamphlet form at the requestotthe Association.
It may now be perused by those who were not so for.
tunate as to hear it when delivered; and those who
heard it will read with pleasure what pleased and in-
structed so much when uttered. The pamphlet is
published by Mr. Jos. Robinson and Messrs. Knight
& Colburn.

Correspondence of the Philadelphia Norlh dmerican.
NEW YORK, Tuesday, Feb. 16,
3, P. M.
This has been a blue day again in stocks. U.S.
Bank went down to about its lowest point, say 25 ,
and almost all other stocks ft. The fact is that peo-
ple have lost all confidence in stocks Capitalists
will not invest in them nor hold them as security for
loans. A small parcel of Illinois bonds being thrown
out for sale absolutely at the Board, ran down the
price to 51, but afterwards the price rallied to 55. Af-
ter all, there is no firmness in State Stocks.
In Cotton nothing is doing. Flour is dull at $4,75
a $4,81. A cargo of Southern Corn sold at 48 cts.
Money is plenty, though hardly so plenty as two
weeks ago. No failures this week and none expect-
ed, though if a broker or two should go we should not
be disappointed. The Banks are all in a very quiet
position.
NINTH WARD ELECTION.-The Whig voters
of this Ward are reminded that the election for a
Member of the Second Branch of the City Council
takes place to-day, in Liberty street, near the En-
gine House. They are called on to take care thai


their regularly nominated candidate, Mr. GEO, W.
KEEBS, shall be elected.

APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR.
By and with the advice of the Senate.
Justices of the Peace.-William Eichelberger, of
Jacob; Robert M. Welch, Henry W. Gray, John
Mitchell, John M. Peale, Henry Snyder. Jesse
Cloud, David H. McDonald. Joseph Brown, Jacob
Walsh, Thomas Fuil:,..:. illu Stewart, James P.
Heath, Augustin- H I -r4 .r.. PeregineGorsuch,
George W. King, Thomas H. Belt, James Barnardjr.
William P. Stuart, Samuel Purviance, Alexander I.
W. Jackson Samuel Farnandis, Anthony Miltenber-
ger, Jeremiah Storm, James Blair, John Burnham,
William Pechin, William Balljr., Willian. A. _ct,. .
fer, Samuel Keplinger. Maurice Bush, %illcrm tI.
Jones, Noah Ridgely, John Walter, [Simon Kemp,
rejected,]
Justices of thepeace for Baltimore county, to reside
in the city of Baltimore.-Henry R. Lauderman, Jos.
Hook, jr., Stephen H. Moore, George F. Miller,
Matthew Murray, William Wallace, John Barnhardt,
Enoch M. Lowry, John Young.
InFpectors of Fish,-Richard C. Green, John T.
Moffit, Edward G. Willet, Joserh Hanna.
Inspectors, Measurers, and Markers of Lumber-
William Robinson, George Hall, James Norris, Rob-
ert Betts, Wmin. W. Woodward, Hugh Auld, Charles
Merryman, Henry Digges, William S. Boyd, [Caleb
Sheppard, rejected.]
Notaries Publi.-William En .i r, ofJacob
Anthony Miltenberger, Henry ,l.i-.
Coroners-Wmin. T. Rice, Seth Pollard, John Mc-
Williams.
Auctioneer.-John F. Osbourn.
Inspectors and Corders of Filewood.-Thos. Sewell,
Josiah Grindle, Andrew Hannegan, Patrick McDon-
nald, Amos Davis, John E. Pellet, Thomas Henrix,
William Patrick, John Timmons, Thomas Woolfbrd,
Chas. W. Reed.
The following nominations not yet acted upon.
Commissioners of Lotteries- Michael McBlairSam-
uel S. Dickenson, Geo. Cooke.
Inspectors of Tobacco.-Richard H. Griffith, John
Warren, Nicholas Dorsey, Josep.- T. Wilson.-Sun.

Recent Robbery andthe offender arrested.-Yesterday
morning, a young man named James Parson, Smith,
recently from Baltimore, was arrested on Pennsylvae
nia avenue under a warrant issued by Justice Thomp-
son, charging the said Smith with suspicion of felon.
iously stealing from the passage of Mr. Enoch Tuck-
er's dwelling, on C street, last Friday night, a brown
overcoat, the property of Mr. Tucker, ofthe value of
$30. From the evidence submitted to tt, iijaiistraz-
it appeared that the prisoner had taken Mr. I ii]eki'
overcoat to a person at the Navy Yard, and pawned it
for five dollars, be, the prisoner, telling that person
that he would call and redeem the coat on the 4th of
March. The prisoner stated in his defence that the
overcoat was given to him by a young man from Bal-
timore, now in this city, to pawn tor him. On this
statement, (unsupported by evidence,)and the admis-
sion of the prisoner that the person alluded to wan
known to him as a man of indifferent character, the
accused was required to give bail for his appearance
at the next Criminal Court; in default ofwhich he was
fully committed for tal.-2Vat. Intel.


BANK OP THIE UNITED STATES.
At a meeting of Stockholders in lhe Bank of the
United States of Pennsylvania, representing several
thousand shares, held in Baltimore on the 17th day of
February, 1841, ROBERT GiLMO0, Esq. wascalled to
the chair, and SAMUEL T. THoMPsON appointed Sece
retary.
After some remarks by J. S. NICHOLAS, Esq. he
offered the following preamble and resolution, which
were unanimously adopted.
Whereas, at the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bank of the United States of Pennsylvania,
held in Philadelphia, on the fourth day of January
last, a Committee of Investigation was appointed to
examineinto and report on the condition of the Bank,
at a special meeting to be held on the 2nd April next;
and
Whereas, it may be necessary for the interests of
the Stockholders in Maryland now present, and of
such others as may choose hereafter to unite in the
proceedings of this meeting, that they should be pre-
pared to act in concert, and be represented at the said
meeting of the 2nd of April next, therefore
Resolved, That a committee of three persons be ap-
pointed by the Chairman of this meeting, whose duty
it shall be by conference with the Commmittee of In-
vestigation, appointed at the annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Bank of the United States of Penn-
ylvania in January last, or otherwise, to obtain all the
information possible with reference to the actual as-
sets, liabilities and true condition ofthe Bank, and to
report the same at an adjourned meeting of Stockhol-
ders tobe held at this place, on the 25th of March next,
together with any course sf conduct which they may
deem it advisable for the Stockholders of Mary-
land and others to pursue at the said meeting in
April next, with regard to the affairs ofthe Insti-
tution. And that the said Committee have power to
take such other steps as may seem to them advisable
to carry out the objects of this meeting. And in case
of a vacancy in the above Committee, by death, re-
signation, or any other cause, the Chairman of this
meeting is hereby authorized to fill such vacancy.
The Chair thereupon appointed the Committee
viz. J. SPEAR NICHOLAS, JOHN S. DONNELL and
RoBERT A. TAYLOR, Esqrs.
On motion it was
Resolved, That the Stockholders in Maryland be
recommended to come to the adjourned meeting of
the 25th of March, prepared with blank proxies exe-
cuted in due legal form, which may be filled up eith-
er with the names of the Committee or any other per-
son or persons whom they may designate, to carry
out the course ot action which may be deemed advi-
sable by the Stockholders at the general meeting in
Philadelphia On the 2nd April next.
The meeting then adjourned to assemble again on
the 25th March next at noon, at the Exchange Hotel.
R. GILMOR, Chairman.
S. T. THoMaPsoN, Secretary.


Twenty Sixth Congress.
SECOND SESSION.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
Correspondence of the American.
WASHINGTON, Feb'y. 17th.
UNITED STATES SENATE.
CUMBERLAND ROAD.
Mr. SMITH of Ind. presented the Resolutions of
the Legislature of Indiana upon the subject of the
Cumberland Road. Mr. S. said it was a matter of
deep interest to his State. The work was a great one,
and essentially national. The Government could not
abandon it and do its duty to the country, nor with-
out a violation ot the faith given to the people ofthe
States. The West, Mr. S. assured the Senate, would
press the subject upon the attention ot Congress, un-
til Congiess made, as in duty bounlan appropria-
tion for the completion of the Road.
The Joint Committee upon the Library reported a
bill, giving an Act of incorporation to the National
Institute for the promotion of Science of the District
of Columbia.
Also a bill to invest the Smithsonian fund, and to
establish the Smithsonian Institute.
Mr. PRESTON stated the object of the Bills briefly,
and the necessity of incorporating the Institutes. The
bills had their first an d second readings.
CANADIAN PATRIOTS.
The VICE PRESIDENT presented a memorial
from citizens of New York which created some feel.
ing. The petition states that there are 150 American
Citizens in Van Dieman's Land in a state of servi-
tude, treated as felons, punished as convicts, subject-
ed to the lash and compelled to labor at unusual I hours.
The memorial comes from the friends of the sufferers
in New York, who pray for the .interference of he
Government-the forcible interference if it should be
deemed necessary. The citizens sent to Van Die-
man's Land were Americans captured in Canada and
sent far away as a punishment for their crimes.
Mr. NORVELL said that any demand upon Eng-
land, except a pacific one, would fail of its intended
purpose. He wished the memorial might be referred
to the President of the United Slates, and thought
that some negotiation might be brought about by
which the sufferings of the Americans in Van Die-
man's Land might be alleviated.
Mr. PRESTON spoke also in reference to the me-
morial. The subject he considered as one ot the first
importance. He hoped the proposition would not be
entertained in any manner, and the more so as Great
Britain had been guilty of an interference in our at-
fairs. Mr. P. referred to the interference ofthe Gov-
ernment of Great Britain in the L'Amislad case, and
said it the prayer now before the Senate were to be
countenanced, then those who had interfered with
us might find an apology for their interference.
Mr. Preston commented upon the delicate questions
between this Government and England. They were
becoming more and more delicate and difficult, and
new questions were every day springing up. Great
Britain had some reason to complain of our People
because of the state of things upon the Northern and
Northeastern Frontier Ior some portions of the period
since 1837.
Mr. Preston concluded with expressing the opinion
that the petition should not be couutenanced. He
therefore moved that it be laid upon the table. The
motion was put aad carried almost without oppose.
tion.
TENNESSEE LAND BIt.
The bill which has been so many years before Con-
gress, and so many days before tie House during the
present session, came up this morning on its final pas-
sage in the Senate.
Mr. GRAHAM ofN. C. (the State ofN. Carolina
being interested in the bill) proposed some amendment
which were objected to by Mr. ANDERSON ot
Tenn.
The merits of the amendments were discussed with


ability by Mr. GRAHAM, and earnestly opposeA
by the Senator from Pennsylvania. The friends ofthe
bill however, were more numerous than the oppo-
nents, and its passage was ordered at an early hour.
The BANKRUPT BILL was called up, and before
two o'clock, on motion or Mr. TAPPAN, the Senate
went into Executive Session, which continued for
some thirty minutes, and an adjournment followed.
MORNING BUSINESS-BANKRUPTBILL.
Mr. SEVIER of Ark. presented a memorial from
fifteen hundred citizens of Arkansas, praying for the
passage ofa general Bankrupt law.
Several Executive Documents were referreddur-
ing the day-and one from the Navy Department in
relation to experiments of Colt's repeating fire arms.
SENATOR FROM MAINE.
During the day, Mr. RUGGLES presented the cre-
dentials of his successor in the Senate,-the Hon.
GEORGE EVANS-elected to the Senate for six
years from the fourth of March next. Mr. Evans is
one oftheablest men in the present Congress, and per-
haps the ablest in the Hbuse of Representatives. In
the Senate he will hold an equal rank with the most
distinguished Senators. In the absence of Mr. Web-
ster, he should occupy the prominent position upon
the finance committee, Maine, New England and the
Country will find an able and zealous advocate of A-
merican principles in Mr. Evans.
HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES.
THE CIVIL AND DIPLOMATIC BILL.
This Bill was before the House this morning. The
amendment in reference to the Branch Mints was
under consideration when the House went into com-
mittee of the whole on the state of the Union.
Mr. BYNUM ofN. C. spoke at great length in re-
ference to political matters, and in a manner quite as
much excited as he usually is, though less personal-
for the reason that Mr. Bell, the chairman ofthe com-
mittee would tolerate no personalities. Mr. Bynum
spoke for nearly three hours in a set party speech.
Mr. TILLINGHAST, of R. I. followed, and con-
fined himself, not to gene:-al politics, but very proper-
ly to the subject under consideration. The condition
ofthe Branch Mints, the expenses of conducting
them, and other questions were considered.
Mr. MASON ofOhio, made some explanations dur-
ing the discussion.
The debate through the day was of no interest.

Interesting to Blacksmiths.-A lacksirth of Mil-
Ian has discovered that, by suspending a length of
chain to,one of the corners of the anvil by means ofa
ring, the noise of the hammer may be almost entra
lydeadened.


CITY COUNCIL.
In First Branch, Feruary 17th,1841.
Mr. Myers presented the petition# of N. H. Hall
for the erection of a lamp on Band near Pratt at.
Also the petition ofG. Hardesty relative to certain
streets.
Also the petition of D. C. Springer and others a-
gainst the erection of a steam mill on Canal street.
Mr. Cole presented the petition of John Hillen and
others, (taken from the filesofthe branch) relative to
Gay street Bridge.
Mr. Dallam made a report ard resolution on the
petition of H. McElderry and othersrelative to open"
ing certain streets. Readand sent to the second
branch.
Mr. Deloughery presented the petition ot John Ball
and others for altering the name ofLong Lane to Lew-
is street.
Mr. Hack offered a resolution to punish persons
who let their hydrants run so as to make ice onthe
pavements.
Mr. Fields offered a resolution inquiring whether
the Balto. and Havre de Grace Turnpike Company
have complied with their agreement as respects East
Baltimore street.
Mr. Dallam proposed several amendments to the
bill, prescribing the duties of the Collector, &c., after
which it was aain laid on the table.
Mr. Hanson moved to re-consider the resolution re-
lative to the issue of small notes. The vote was as
follows:-
Yeas-Messrs. Ramsay, Holler, Deloughery, Han-
son, Pinkney, J. S. Brown, Donovan, and Hack-8.
Nays.-Messrs. Snyder, Fenby, Myers, Fields,
Gorsuch, Hutton. Blakeny, Bradshaw, Cole, Dallam,
J. T. Brown, Bender, Burns, Keyser,-and Peregoy.-
15. Adjourned.

U. S. BANK.-We learn from the New York
Courier c Entquirer that a meeting of stockholders
of the United States Bank was held at the City Ho-
tel, in New York, on Monday evening. W. P. Fur-
niis, Esq. was appointed President,-D.S.Kenne-
dy, Paul Spofford, Jun., W. Leavitt, Leonard S.
Suarez, and Elisha Riggs, Esqrs., Vice Presidents,-
and J. A. Underwood and Edmund Laffan, Esqrs.,
Secretaries.
The meeting being organized, was addressed by
Hugh Maxwell, Esq., who observed, that allhougn
not a stockholder himself, he was the r ., ..
of those who field upwards of a million ..k .,
spoke in favor ol a Committee being appointed to in-
vestigate the affairs of the Bank, &c., and read alew
resolutions to that effect.
When the resolutions were about to be put from the
Chair, several interfered, who a knowlortz.d lhev
w ere not stockholders nor the :-- i.r. i \- ,-i1 -,..i.
holders; it w as in consequence ,r ;,%I-. ,i, .hi ., t .) ,.
mittee ot five be appointed to draft resolutions, and
that the meeting adjourn until Wednesday evening,
to meet at the same place, at 7 o'clock; and that it
be notified that none but stockholders, or the repre.
sentatives of stockholders, are invited to take part in
the proceedings. The following Committee were'ap-
pointed accordingly:-Leonard S. Suarez, W. P. Fur-
niss, Mr. Clarkson, Mr. Lan, and Mr. Maxwell.

For the American.
PRESIDENCY OF THE CHESAPEAKE AND
OHIO CANAL COMPANY.
It seems now to be generally expected that the
present Executive head of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal Company will not be continued. Perhaps
there has been no period j the history ofthe Compa-
ny more critical than the present, none in which
greater Judgment was required in the selection ot its
officers and the administration of its government, none
in which the qualificatilons of enlarged and liberal
views, sound practical knowledge, and freedom from
sectional influences, were more essential. Though
the Presidency of this company in times past has
been filled by men of ability and experience, yetit has
been its fate, more than others, to have become a the.
atre of party strife, and to have been held up as an ob-
ject of political cupidity. This has certainly exerted
t,,,, 1,. t,,i a salutary influence upon its welfare.-
At. imu.l, ,it, organizedfor the prosecution ofa zreit
work of public utility should be kept separate ,,
the political strife, the ephemeral questions of the
day.
It should keep constantly in view the Errat obi-pt
of its formation, and steadily seek ,.,ii..in-o,
through all the fluctuations of political contention, and
all the changing interests of individuals and parties,
and sections. On this account we ho!d, that, in the
selection of its government, these minor consider.
nations should be discarded; and that iti chief executive
officers should be chosen, not as the partizans of this
or that faction, not as attached to this or that interest,
sectional or otherwise; but as possessing experimen-
tal and practical knowledge, as swayed by enlarged
anid liberal views, and looking, with calm judgment
and unbiassed eyes, to all the great interests involved
in 'I 'l. i.ii..r. Te wisdom, of such a standard
of ,i.-t i,, -n. ,,g manifested in the ability and
success with which the head ofa,, .th.r ., jr company
manages its concerns; the public confidence which is
extended to the administration ofthe Baltimore and
Ohio Rail Road Company is a speaking tribute not
more to the merits of its accomplished and able Pre-
sident than to the motives of those who called in the
aid of his valuable services. Let similar counsels and
equal judgment direct the choice of this other great
company, now languishing under the pressure of ad-
verse circumstance,.
If Iltie qualifications which we have enumerated,
constitute a claim to consideration, we kiow of none
whose pretensions. (niot, however, urged by .,, ;.ur
present a higher title tan those of SAMUEL CHASE
RIDGELYr-, r- it, Department oeU. S.Top. Engineers.
A giaundson of the eminent man whose name is a part
of his own, tie inherits much of his illustriousances-
tor's intellectual vgiour, capacity, and i-rc% .10 i.hr.
acter. A distinguished graduate of \\ i I' .r. r. i-
l ..l-i his course in that institution, ie was on
a.m. .,u, ..I his peculiar fitness, retained several years
as Professor of Topograhical Engineeis; and filled that
chair for a period longer, arid with ability no less,
than any who have occupied it. He has now the re-
putation of being one of the most accomplished and
practical Engineers in the country; as such, he could
appreciate the feelings and difficulties of his subor-
dmnate offices, counsel them understandingly in the
discharge of their duties, and comprehend as well the
minor details as the general scope of a system ofop-
erations. Add to these qualification, unwearied ap-
plication, and an ardent devotion to his profession,
and we have a man eminently qualified or the sta-
tion, and eminently suited to the crisis in the history
of the company. Firm and decided in ris political
opinions, yet moderate in the expression of them, he
could not become on that account obnoxious to any
party; and, while he would not suffer the influence
oa his high office to be degraded to the advancement
ot any sinister or political views, he wouhd yet con-
ciliate the good will and'the confidence tf all. Such
a man we hold to be called for by the crisis in the af-
fairs of this company, by the important interests of
theu community in this great work, and by the stake
which the State of Maryland has in its ultimate suc-
cesstuil completion. And such a man we regard
SAMUEL CHASE RIDGELY, and therefore confidently
present his name to the public. UTILITY.

ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES.
We have just received a copy ofthe Army Regisler
for the current year. The following tables oT Re-
signations asud Deaths in the Army, and of Cadets of
the Military Academy distinguished at the last ex-
amination, will interest many of our readers:
RESIGNATIONS.
Captafins.
Gideon Lawe, 5th infantry, 29th February.
J. A. Phlillips, 8th infantry, 30tt September.
J. S. Van Detaer, 1st dragoons, 31st December.
First Lieutenants.
A. G. Blanchard. 3d infantry, 1st October.
J. L. Hooper, 4ih infantry, 31st March.
B. Board, 3d artillery, 31st March.
.1. C. Fletcher; 6th infantry, 10th November.
Wilmot Martin, 3d infantry, 31st May.
W. G. Grandulin, 4th inl'nty,3c October.
Second Lieutenants.


J. T. Metcalf, o-dnance,31st May.
E. W. Hardenbergh, 2d infantry, 31st May.
Alex. R. Lawton, 1st artillery, 31st December.
E. A. Paine, 1st infantry, llth October.
E. B. Gaither, 1st dragoons, 31st October.
W. H. Kern, Ist infantry, 15th March.
Assistant Surgeons.
R. Archer, 29th.Febrary.
M. C. Leavenworth, 30th September.
G. It. Clarke, 7th June.
Samuel Forry, 3lst October.
Elils Hughes, 31st July.
R. Mea'hrry. ir "0th April.
G. A. \ .'', .' December.
Chaplain.
Rev. Jasper Adams, 15tt November.
DEATHS.
Lieut. Col. John Green, 6th inf. at Tallahassee,
Florida, 21st Soptember.
Capt. Win. Day, tst inf. at St. Louis, Mo. 4th Au-
gust.
Capt. Andrew Lewis, 3d inf. at Tampa, Flo. 30th
Nov.
Capt. E. S. Winder, 2d drag. Eastern Shore, Md. 7th
Mar.
Capt. J. A. d'Lagnel, ordnance, at New York, 21st
May.
Capt. W. B. Davidson, 3d art. at InJian Key, Flori-
da, 25th December.
Capt. Jos. Bounnel, 8th inf. at Philadelphia, Pa. 27th
Sept.
Capt. Wash. Hood, Top. Engineers, at Bedford, Pa.
17th July.
1st Lieut. D. H. Tufts, 4th art. at Detroit, Mich.
4th Oct.
hst Lieut. Sam. Jr Bransford, 2d art. at West Point,
N. Y. 3d November.
1st Lieut. Sam. Whitehrne, 5th inf. at Fort Winne-
bago, W. T. 2d Nov.
1st Lieut. Win. D. Berrien, 6th inf. at Tampa, Flo-
rida, 2d December.
*2d Lieut. W. Sherwood, 7th inf. near Fort Mican-
opy, Florida, 27th Dec.
*2d Lieut. J. S. Sanderson, 7th inf, eight miles from
Fort Micanopy, Florida, 19th May.
*Killed mu action by the Indians in Florida

List of distinguished Cadets reported at the examina-
tion in June, 1840.
l1st CLASS.-Paul O. Hebrt, from Louisiana.
Charles P. Kingasbury, from N. Carolina.
John McNutt, from Ohio.
Win. P. Jones, from Virginia.
Win. Gilham, from Indiana.
2d CLAss.-Zealous B. Tower, trom Massachusetts.
Hor. G. Wriglht, from Connecticut.
MAlas ilon Harrison, from Virginia.
Josiah Gorgas, from New York.
Smith Stansbury, from Maryland.
3d CLASS.-John Newton, from Virginia.
Henry L. Eustis, from Massachusetts.
George W. Rains, from Alabama.
John D. Kurtz, from D. of Columbia.
Win. S. Rosecrans, from Ohio.
4th CLASs.-Wm. B. Franklin, from Pennsylvania.
Thomas J. Brereton.
Win. F. Raynolds, from Ohio.
Jos. J. Reynolds, from Indiana.
Jos. A. Hardie.

.A Heavy Revenue.-Cuba, with a population of
less than a million and a half, pays to the mother
country the enormous revenue of $12,000,000.


Horrible.-A woman who has been residing ia Ihis
city for tsh last year, was arrested on Wednedy
evening, charged with having committed three mur-
ders before her removal hither! The murders were
committed some two years since, according to the
evidence against her. We are acquainted with tha
circumstances, but as others are implicated who are
now at large, we are requested not to make them pub-
lic.--Rochester Democrat.
Episcopal Church in Texas.--The .corner stone ot
the tirst Episcopal Church in the Republic of Texas
was laid on the 14th October last, in the city of Ma-
tagorda, the Rev. C. S. Ives officiating on the occa-
sion.
The steamship Acadia, which left Boston on the af-
ternoon of the 1st inlst. arrived at Helifax on the
evening ofthe 3d, and was to leave at 9 o'clock on the
following mo.is;t f L.i'.,', I he took on board
29 additional ,- ,- .: 11 -... making 78 in all.
The Will of Mr. Barllet.-We learn that the late
Win. Bartletr,Esq of Newburyport, has bequeathed
fifty thousand dollars to the Theological Seminary at
Andover, making more than two hundred thousand
dollars as lhe total amount of his donation to that in-
stitutiolte. The estate of Mr. Batlett proves to be a-
bout half a million of dollaims in value, most of which,
except the bequest to Andover, is given to the grand
children ofthe deceased.
The King of France.-The following items appear
in the civil list of this mouarch:-For subscription to
publications, 10,000; music, boxes at theatres, bene-
fils, &c. :12,000; manufactures .23 500 museums
and fine arts .18,000; works of arti L20,000; medals
andt mint 16,00J. Thus it appears that the Fiench
Sovereign ias placed at his disposal a sum of nearly
100,00 for the special encouragement of native arts,
sciences and manufactures.
APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT.
By and with the advice and consent of the Senate.
LAND OFFICERS.
John J. Edmonson, Register at r.Y. ,. Mi vice
IRobert Tenin, whose commission ,,l ,-t e March
2, 1841.
Jolhn S. Horner, reappointed Register at Green
Bay, Wis. Ter. from March 1, 1841, when his present
commission will expire.
Williamo Dowsing, reappointed Registr at Colum-
bus, Ml. from March 2, 1811, when his present com-
mission will expire.

d Loflty Pond.- We see it stated in he Farmer's
Monthly Viaiter that about one thousand feet below
the highest point of Mlount Washington, and between
that andt Mount Moroe, is the pond or the spring
which gathers in a body ot clear pellucid waters the
iumerable tfountains guthing from the rocks above,
'. I, --....... of the Amoneosuck river which
,,, it.. t1 ,,..the Connecticutso e forty miles
..... .. .. Such is thr abundance ot water
collected from h lss than onue third of the niface ofthe
I,.' .1 .. i tops, that thl e water discharging
.. .... .1. ,.',eservoir at al seasons, would be
quite sufficient at the height of noe than four hous-
and feet hiom the mountain base to dothe work ofa
factory of several thousand spindles.-Boston Journal.
A WAR WITH ENGLAND.
We have no palience,-no sort of patience, with a
large class ort men oi long tongues, who are evr wag-
vieng Hitin for a war with England. If these tongues
.I .... .,, were swords, and there was a chance lor an
enemy's weapon to cross them, well and good would
be their tnonguey valor,-but such tongues as these, so
valorous always afar off from grape shot, can never be
got at in theI front rank in time ot war. The boister-
ous bawlers for war are only the heroes of peace.
They who know wht Iwar is, what calamities attend
it, what havoc sweeps with it, it with honor they can
keep out of it,-but once in, never want to get out till
the worktlis well done. War, therefore wilh them is
a solemn measure. When once they advocate it,
they teal pledged to take part in it. Their bodies and
minds are devoted as well as their tongues.
It matters but little with this class of men of whom
we speak, what are the causes of war, for there are al-
ways causes enough with them. Determining them-
selves in their own hearIts to pledge nothing to their
country but their brave tongues, or bold pens, they
are ever.ready to do all they cat to stimulate war, and
to provide fortheir cotintry inflammable materials, but
as their heroic bodies are to be kept aloof Irom all tl-
counters, it matters -ut little to them how manyel
theii neiahbois are food for gunpowder,
This class o men but little reflect upon the kind
el war, and the duration ofthe war, the United States
is to have with Grcat Britain, if such war comes at
all. Is it to be a war oftwelve ..f .. ,ear; du-
ration,-and are they ready for 'I *. -, -. lirst few
years ofsuch a war must, in our unprepared state, be
years of terrible disaster to us, In which we could
not make, and ot.ght not to make peace, and the next
few years, as we were recovering what we lost,would
but restore uits to the position whence we starred-so
that to make peace with profit and honor, conquests
must lake place to make up for disaster. It even
such a calamity as war with Great Britain betalli
Uis, we Irust ino peace will be made, even it' the war
should last half a century, till the British Flag was
driven out of the Canadas, or the Cnadis and lhe
Provinces r r n.'.. ;i it Britain,-for
once having -.., '. of a war witti
tile first nation on earth, it ought ot to end till we
are freed fhomn that cordon oft foreign uayonets, n the
hand s of some of the best soldiers in tie worlt, that
now begirts us from Halifax to Mackiuaw. This all
is niot tile work of a day or a year.
The late improvements in tile use of Steam Power,
and in fire arms, are but little dwelt upon tooby these
brawlers for war. Ocean steam navigation h .,...
us intoalarming proximity with the great c.,-.,: I
Europe. We are hut as France across the British
Channel now,- witii no such lortification though as
Fr.,nce has, and even these fortifications that we nave
so ungarmisoned as to be easily taken possession ol'by
a quick-moving enemy. Where ate our Steam u.,,, :
ot atO? Or whole nominal army of 12,000 men has
not been able to stlubdue the poor Seminoie-where
the minst ot them are.-wtle Great Britain has full
25,000 riegitlairs oin our Borders, with the power ot
doubiinslg the number in two weeks by the steam
ships .he can umtnon within her control! What is
to prevent the bombardment oftthe City of New York
within three weeks alter war is declared? Who gar-
risous our quite deserted tbrt? What armaments have
we here? What protection from mortals, shells, a
all the horrible devicesof destruction? Does Detroit
feel safely? Carl single c ,., protest Easlport(Me)?
Let the loud braggarts I .. ponder upoa all this,
and pledge their own precious persons to take part in
it.
Again, are the Peop c ready for an army of Federal
Tax-gathlrers. Apart trom ,ii--'..r their broth-
ers and sons, to be made ri,,.li',....1 w regular ar.
mioes, are they roaihy to work two (laysofthe six to
meet the expenses ol the wai? Do they covet this
surrenrld r of'their friends to r th battle fild, or are tiley
prepared to see their substance eaten out byolhers
who in the earning of it, have taken no pan? With
war certainly comes taxes to all, even those most re-
moved from thle scenes of the war,-and taxes too,not
o a single year, but ot an indefinite duration, it may
be, of the half a man's full oie.
We throw out these suggestions tor lhe inconsider-
ate advocate ohsa rr.sorl to arms,--ut we do not mean
to be considered the advocates o peace, with disho-
nor. War however, is so awful a resort, that it is the
dity oha good citizen to throw cohd water upon the
inflammable materials in suci a society as ours, that
are ever ready to kindle it np.
We have ,,.' ,n,, to gain, and every thing to lose by
a waur, unless it be a war oht wen' years duration, in
which we cm involve all Europe. We have not a
single controversy with Great Britain, which in ,, -li.
snid of i i. ... is worth a war. New York i .i>
alone ..ii i ... .I >tffur(' l. ; '...' out all the points
of controversy, riaher ', ,, .1.1 ,.u' a single year the
consequences of a war, provided snch a purchase en-
tailed no dishonor,
Great Britain too has more to loenbya war thon
the United Statts. Weareher best customer now,
and the high ..g ..-.. - duties ofa war wiil rear up
such martulactures here it heas Englandcannever
atterwards compete withu. ier commerce wdl suffer
horribly trom our activity and enterprise with mingle
cruisers in every sean ter colonies will be be tor-
metteI too in every sea. \:,ir,. wh-,tcanshe gain?
A permanent foothohl in "n, I', it, ,1 States ? itpos-
.;', .. .. "/. o.- ,, way! Peace nevercould come
1,r1, i .mu.ur , .mu i 'errtory to he surrendered. No
1 ,m'.i1 I[i' .1 * t Governnent WOUld or could
think of'eriduring such a proposition. True, we are
not a viarlike Pe ple, but we can be made so ? We
have no army of importance, we know, hardly the
nucleus of onee, but necessity, and anger, an1 pas-
sion can bring 200,000 men in the Geld within tire
years, of materials as hardy and heroic as ever bore
a musket. The terrible epr is of an inflatni'd


Democracy, history tells (4, j,.ii. the days of the
Spartans to those of Napoleon Bonaparte. We
may I. f',. ..... ;. I ..ofthe worst kind. Thera-
dical ,..tii t I.. .I ,1.1 may be aroused again as
on th. r ..1 t.. I I 1.." Republic, and is England
sure that France, or Russia would lend us no helping
hand? Do these nations love England so much. that
they would not -. ii aiding us-to tumble her
down? We are 1 .. ofwnat a calamity all this
woult be to our Constitution and our liberties in the
fruitful crop oh military heroeswe might produce,-for
where arros are laws cannot be,-but we speak now
only of what England is to gain,-and in the end her
gain will be fund less than ours, or others, though
site might devote all heir means and money to our ov.
erthrow.
Let there be no wair then, we pray. By :
upon its dangers and its folly, we leach the People of
both nations toI be prudent and wise. If as sometimes
,i, r.-. hnew hand- with other politics, are soon to
i.. ',. overnint-it ofGreat B-itain, we trust there
wil l be no rashI movements of diplomacy,-no ear to
unsound men, andt bad advice,-or it is often feared
here, and abroad too, that a Peel is more belligerent
than a Palmerston, thin11 with but little reason, as it
would seem of late.- .h '. Express.
ST. AUGUSTINEFEB. 5.
The War.--Ns a leliemfirom our weekly ask of re-
cording the blunders ot what we have long been, and
we fear shall continue to be tile victims, we feel plea-
sure in i 11. ,... events ota mie agreeable char-
acter. I t .: a- -'., h as not been barren in incidents
of personal daring and courage, which ra fleet high
credit on the actors. The pusuit and destruciion of
Chikika in the verlad, bv private Hall of the 2d
Dragions, to i 'ti II .,. .t..i .. alluded, ought notto be
forgotten. But evn this chievnent issupassed by
a deed of daring performed by an Irish Seigeant in
thie 3 1 Artillery, at the late capture of tie Indians on-
der Mai. Cl-ilds at lite Iailover. We received the
particulars from t n aulthetic source. When the In-
dians were surprised in their ishing operations hy tile
troops, those who escaped immediate capture or death
made off in various directions in their boats. Most
of them were taken in thie pursuit by the troops. One
yawl boat containing 3 warriors, 4 squaws, and 2 chil-
dren, was ciased by Lt, Taylor, two privates, and the
Sergeant. When they had got within rifle shotofite
Indihans, their boat got aground. They all jumped out
to pull the bt. ,t i... .* water, and in doing so got
so suddenly : l. t i. depth, that they were com-
pletely immersed-arms and all! The' ri.... was
the only one who escaped immersion.
The Inditins now fired upon them from their boat,
but without effect. The Sergeant returned it and
one of the warriors was seen to fall back in the boat.
He then threw down his rifle, and armed with a bo-
wie knife, he started alone in pursuit of the Indian
boat He ran, and swam, and widid, as circum-
stances demanded, till he got his hand oil the ene-
my's boat, A desperate struggle now ensued be-
tween the Inidan and the Irishman. They were both
powerful men, and were not interrupted in the duel
for one of the other two warriors j n a,1- r.i f The
boat and made his escape as soon .- it.e .- i,..w ap-
proached, and the other was too badly wounded to
fight. The squaws remained passive spectators oi
the battle. It was short and decisive. The Indian
had no weapon but his rifle, and-lbat was of no great
use at short quarters. His object at first was to beat
out his atdvarsary's brains, but finding that impractica-
ble, his next aim was to prevent the enemy from.


boarding him, in which he succeeded for a abort time
But as soon as the white man got a footing in the
boat, his bowie knife soon ended the struggle. It
passed three times in rapid succession into the breast
of the savage! The brave Sergeant having scalped
the Indian. called out to the officer at the top of his
voice "Liftenant will I scalp te rest q/ 'em?" mean-
ing the wounded warrior and the squaws. On receiv-
ing a negative reply, he paddled up to his admiring
comrades with hia prize,-Nets.

Married on Friday evening, 12th inst. by the ev. Mr. Val-
iant, WILLIAM DItANE to Miss JULY CULMAN, all of
this city.
Married on the 6lthl inst. by the Rev. E. Heiner, JEAN B.
CHIARIiON to REBECCA A. daughter of Aoand Courtons,
all of this city.
Died on the 14thl inst. Mrs. MARGARET ARMOR, wife of
WILLIAM ARMOR, in the 49th year ot her age.
Died on the 12th inst. of consumption, JOHN WILLIAM-
SON, aged 24 years.
Died on the 16th inst. RICHARD D. CARTER, saddler,
aged 42) years.
Died on the 13th inst. JOHN McDONNOUGH, a native of
Ireland, but for tile last 40 years a citizen of Baltmore.
Pied n ithe 12th inst. of a lingering illness, in the 8th yea
of his age, GEOIUE II. only son of William and MaryKaylor

TENTH WARD.
0:3-At a moet-in. tof Ihe Citizens of the loth Wird
helhat Mrs. I -i,-il-%. on TUESDAY EVENING,
16th inst., for the purpose of organizing an association
morally pledged to give ( n,',-,, inA to American
manufactures, Captain Jl'-t'H %ILLEY was
called to the chair, and ELLIOTT O'D. POO was ap-
pointed Secretary.
On motion the following Resolutions were unani-
mously adopted, viz: 0
Resolved, 'That this meeting most earnestly approve
I. .,, i of extending encouragement to Aineican
Industry.
Resolved, That a committee be appointed to devise
a plan, or the form of Constitution of a society or the
protection of Ametican maruifactures, and that the
said committee he instrtrcted to report to an adjourned
... !,'; to be held at Mis. Temperley's, at such time
m- ,may select, the result of'theirdeliberations.
Resolved, That we earne-ly recommend our fellow
citizens friendly to domestic manufactures, to call a
meeting in their respective wards lo take into consid-
eration the expediency of using articles of American
fabrication in their personal, domestic and business
consumption, and to co-operate wi;tthis meeting in
'.. ii;b: the public interest to tile long neglected
i .. ., American Industry.
The following gentlemen were then ?ri.l.'l as
the committee to propose a plan for the 0.Iu .. of'
an association to carry into effect the object of the
above Resolutions, viz.
Capt. J. Willey. S. J. K. Handy, J. Forney Grove,
James Wilson and Thomas Mullen. The meeting
then adjourned. JOSEPH WILLEY, Chairman.
ELLIOTT O'D. POOR, Sec'y. It* PR
&I-7TH WARD.-The members of the 7th Ward
Tippecanoe Club. of the Block Committee, and Whig
voters of thile W;.l i .i.i. ,'l meet at "North
Bend," (Water .,*... ,.,. rM i\y EVENING
NEXT, 22id Feb at 3 pas, 7 o'clock, for the purpose
of forming an association 1o visit Washington city on
the 4th of March By order,
CHAS. W. HANSON, Pres't.
71h WardT. C.
Ron. H. COLEMAN-,
JOHNN~c~m DO CAI, Secretaries.
JOHN McKlMDUNC
te J8 3t P
03-NINTH WARD TIPPECANOE CLUB-Will
meet, according I,. 11 ..>i -- nr,. in the room over the
Librty Engine I.,, h, I I (Thusday) EVE-
NING, at 71 o'clock. Business of importance will
come before the ineeting.
ALEX. SMITH, President.
JOHN W. WOODs, Sec'y. P le 18
i-fTHE POTOMAC RIVER IS OPEN, and the
STEAMBOAT leaves for the South Every Morning,
at 5 o'clock.
1%a t,,..i,,i City, Feb, 1l th,1841, fe 18 s t
NOTICE.
Ki-The EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ofWash
ingti',,n Temperance Society, heieby give notice, that
the Books for hlie subscription of Stock to the TEM-
PERANCE HALL, will be opened at tht following
places:
Western Mechanics' ", -Institulioo.
Mlessrs Martin, M others s Co, No. 9 N. Howard st.
Anthony & Joseph Buann Brothers, Pratt st.
William K. Mitchell, McClellan st.
Bull & Tuttle, Clipper Office, N. Gay st.
E Stansbury, Gay st.
At Ihe Society Rooms, and a'so tie different Anxil-
iaries-and remain open until a sufficient amount be
subscribed for the completion ofthe Hall.
The friends of Temperance and the public general-
ly, are invild.
I ii., E. Stansbury, Daniel Bixler,
I I I Carson, RIobert Neilson,
William Reese, Joel VWi:.1.
James McCuley, Davic M.la
John T. Brown, Joseph Bonn,
Daivid E. Thomans, Peter Wells.
The Executive Committee will meetevery FRI-
DAY At I .1 \ 4 o'clock, at the Liberty
Engine E .ii, i" '' 1.1 1 1 n tice. le 17
PEASE'S
CLARIFIED ESSENCE OF HOARHOUND
CA NDY- Compoundied of tniey-five ingredients.
FOR THE CURE of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness
Irritation of the Throat, Croup, Palpitation of' the
heart, Asthma, Whooping Cou(h, difficulty of, or pro-
fuse expectoration, &c. and which is also highly use-
ful lor Public Speakers, tc.
All the atteniptqi at imitating or counterfeiting this
invaluable remedy have entirely failed, and resulted in
establishing its reputat...... i.. demand
fo r it. B e w a r e o f i ,i ; I i .. 1.. 1.., n iu in e
Pease's Candy is to be had, wholesale and ', ,:.t
JOS. I. INi. ,
t . .,...,. ry 1 ,,I ,......... _1Tr
It is also I- .,.- -.. I Atkinson, corner of
Hanover andt Ialtimore streets, John H. Berry & Co.
cornel of Eutaw and Pratt sts., G. K. Tyler, corner of
E. Baitimoie and High sts. 4t* te 17
'- \ ..'.';." ,.. i. of the DORCAS BENEVO-
S.I.\ I t ii I i \ .I.l be held at the Emory Chap,
Bddle street, on Thursiday the l8th instant, at 7 o'-
clock, P. NJM. A stateinentlt the nature and extent of
"'. ,,t .'; Chiarilab!e Distributions throw' tl;e past
. 'r -.. ih ie laid before the meeting and a call made
lor an acquisition of members, fe 17 d2t
MARION JUNIOR TEMPERANCE SOCIETY
The regular meeting ot the Society will be hld at
the 1, ii. Ensor at., every SATURDAY EVEN-
ING at 7 o'clock. Young Men under the age of 21
are invited to come in aud join us in this glorious
cause. By Oider, W.A. BAKER, Pres't.
J. FORNCHILL, Sec'y. th,l&stf fe 21

i&i-NINTH WARDI).-Tne Election to fill the va-
cancy it the Second Branch of the Cily Council, oc-
casioned by the death oi Samnel Harden E.q. will be
held in the Ninth Ward, on Thursday next, 18th Feb
rnaty. 4t 'i HE JUDGES.

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iB.AL'TIMORE IARK3T.
Office of th/ie AMERICAN,Feb. 17,5 P. M.
FLOUR.-TThe market forHoward street flour con-
tinues exceedingly dull, and prices are without
change. Early in the week a few limited trans-
actions in good common brands took place Irom
stores at ^4,50 on time, with interest added. Holders
uniformly ask the same pricu now, but within (ie
last day or two we have not heard of a single sale
worth naming. The receipt priee is $4,37g.
Limited sales of City Mills Flour at $4,62^,and of
extra at $4.87 The stocks very low, and unless
supplies of wheat come shortly the mills will soon
cease grinding.
GRAIN.--The small parcels of Wheat which reach
the ma:ket by wagons sell at 90 cts. for strictly
prime. Tie last sales of Corn were at 45 a 46 cts. for
both white and yellow-none at market for some
days past. We quote Oats at 30 a 31 cts. Supply
limited and wanted.
PROVISIONS.-The transactions in all deserip-
tians ot Piovisions have been very small this week,
and prices are nominal at last week's rates, which we


continue to quote, viz: Western assorted Bacon at 74
cents; M ,',.1 i,.: at 7. cents; Hams at 9 to 10 cents;
Baltimore cured Hams atl0to102 cents; Middlings
at 8. cents; and country assorted in handsome condi-
tion at 73 cents. Mess Pork is held at $15; Mess
Beef at $12,50; No. 1 at $10,50; and Prime at $8,50
to.$9. Some further sales of No. 1 Weslern Lard in
kegs have been made at 8 cents full or small lots,
arid larger parcels on time. Butter continues without
demand, arnd prices nominal. We continue to quote
the asking store rate for Western at 7 to 82 cents, as
in quality: Glades No. 1 at 18 to 21 cents; No. 2 at 14
to 18 cents; and No. 3 at 8 to 12 cents.
WHISKEY-Is almost without demand. Hohteis
however are tirm at 20' cts. for hhds. and 2V, a 23
cts. for bbls. Thewagon price ofbbls. is I8 cts. ex-
clusive of thebarrel.

Sales at the New York Stock e xcha.-, ',.'1 11
890 shares U. S. Bank,............ .. .
250 do Canton Comp,........ ...
Sales of Stork at Philadelphia, 'eb'y. 16.
406 shares U. S. Banki....................C26a27L
Exchange on Boston a'i a 3 per cent prem. New
York, 3 a 3. Baltimore, par a prem.
PHILADELPIIA MARKET, Feb. 16.
Remarks- Tne market continues inactive and money is ex-
tremely scarce and conamatds 1j to 2 per cent. per month
for the best paper.
It Bark amil Coffewe have no sales to note.
Flturand Meal-Sinet our last tile price f Flour has del
lined, and the sares have been to the extent of 6000 bbs. lot
export, nearly all to En: I ; i '-. per bil. part fll, part
delvtt red, Sv le sales , .-day most holders ask
w4,621, while some are i .;..... .. 1 t 4,)61.
iGrain-No supplies have arrived by water and the stocks
in store are Ilht and the demand limited, A sale of Penn-
syavania yellow Corn at 46 ct,.
-.,.. ... ,2 lihds. fair to good New Orleans were
ih i 1 ,,l ,' i Ep r Ib. 4 ranes,
'* .... i HI, i ,, dull of sale at 19 cts. sales in bbls. at
21 ets,-North(A .
RICHMONI) MiARKET, Feb. 16.
OSil Banks continue specie payments. A rumor [ ..I. 1
thle streetsthis nolning, that heavy drafts were in I ,., t. 1.
abroad, but we believe there was no foundation for it. The
community have ceased all demands, except in very small
suin$.
The money market is tight, though some few sales of Stock
were mat i -*. t i nech's, at the following rates:
S*i i, ..... Bnk at 82
12 d I Ban Bank at 94
James River and Kanawna Scrip is variously quoted. The
last sales we hiear of war. r ,, I. oc:.
1 I I i I .
5; I .'* i.....i. .i ... M l iij i,:,( .., ;, F i n p e
A '...,r ;i4, Wheat 105allO.-Whig.
CHARLESTON MARKET, Feb. 13.
Cotton-There has been some inquiry for Upland since our
last, and a more active business has engaged dealers in the
article than for several preceding weeks. The operations
S .l., .. ..-.i '.;,., at 9ja l ct.
R...- -'I i .,.. si c.-wie inquiry for the article in the early
pait of the week, and a fair business was done. The trans-
actions comprise about 3469 tierees at $81a3,371 per 100 lbl.


Grain-The receipts of tCor for the week ach 1,000
bushels. .'alt 9ihae been made in the orucla t pries rang-
ing from n 3 Il a Nand tn pearce suti ertor while teranuht 60
ets. per .usl. I. At. iI 61'O0u hi.hel, VLrginia Oal have blo
been r.-iltI and 11 tl 0 11ItL.
Flour-The demand for all descriptino n( FIi in continue@
I nine i. '1 l ,- b.ait ii.,%t1 IAK. i n. ilo |th|..I' B illmRre Bowl
a. I .... 1 .1 "i4 ,i ii. .i....id-_ i.) Mills at $S; and New
(., eans .ti aen 'l ,- I."' .t-l.
La ui-Sales to some extent have been made in New Or-
leans at 8; and Baltimore, in small lots, has ben selling at 8
and U4 cents ver lb.
Frc iihts-To Liverpool we continue to quote Id, but would
remark that engagements have been made in British bottom
at 5 16ths for square Cotton. A vessel was taken this week
for Htavre i 1 1 i1 per lb. f.r i ,'i. ".. o !',per 500 lb. for
Rice. ToN, .. \,I.., we qitinl- ,. tI, lr .y,3ro bags and 75
cts, per tierce fur Rice.-Cour.
MOBtILE MARKET, Feb. 6.
Cotton-A good businesaties ha been transacted during the
past week at fill prices. The whole amount of sales thii
week are about 16,000 at 91a91 tor ordinary, to lualB et. for
good and fine.
Flour-- The receipts for the last week bave been about 000
bbils. Transactions have been to a moderate extent without
any material variation from our last quotations. Bales l lota
.. ..Li k55 per bbl.
00. .k. --This article is without muchidemand. We quoted
.1 i i r good article.
Freights-Both Eurotpean and Coastwise freights continue
dull, considering the large salesof cotton for the last two
weeks. Ti.e fleetof vessels in Ihe bay is now very great, sy
134 not i-i- coasters and lighters; 115 of these aresquare
rigged. i i, i..'II t-.I .,,..,, 1 ver known in ourport
atone time. To i.,,. ..- '1 I, i.I -r Ib; to Havre 1. per Ib;
to New York Je. per I ; other Northern ports c. lb.-.Reg.



PORT OP BALTITMOICE.
.F I,., I h 1 ., 5,. ., .. I>....,, h ,.,...,"

ARRIVED.
,'r. ,' the Relief.)
P.narque Orb, .', i-,ji.., Kingston, Jam. via Turks Island,
(16 days from the latter) salt, to order.
Brig Susan Mary, I ,. I,, I I J ys from Havna, sugar.
Brig Chilckasaw, 11 ,L' .-, It i ,j i, from Boston, aorted
cargo, to Clark & Kellogg.
lirig Joieph ihalehi, Lavir 12 days from Boston, assorted
cargo, to T WhitriHl .
Sichr. :,..I.. I .-i.. 25 days from New Orleans, sugarand
molasses, to Clart ,. I. ,:.
Schr. tceieste, i i,,,. ,. i I ,. from New York, assorted
cargo, to I. Mankin.
Sehr. Mary Wilks, Speiglhts, 10 days from New York, bal-
last, to the master.
Sclir. Patrick Hlenry, Kirwan, fom Richmond, coal toWi.
MclDonald & Co.
S bchr. A. A. i -i '. I ... I,- r..... ;. 1.,n.-.nd,coal.
Stihr. M ary ..l.i : r . . i. ,.. ].., r
i Li. 1 1. 1
Schr. Elijah Chase, Berry, New Bedford, T. Whitrldge.
SAILED, in tow of the Relief-Shin Active, Beard, Rio.
The barque Tennessee, Skoifield, for Baltimore, cleared at
New Orleans 51ih inst.
The brg Fabius, from Baltimore, was spoken on the 5th
inst. in lar. 34, long. 71 l;...h to,
Ti,. r;.. \ li itrect, Gra:, I,, New Orleans, went to seafm
It ,n~i.... I.. ,. i h inst.
'IThe i.,.: IV .'-sKineo, Htowvland, for Baltimore, went to sea
from t i .. l'i inst.
PROVIDENCE, Feb. 11--Below, brigs Splendid, from Mo-
bile; Victory, Charleston.
HIOLMES' ItOLE, Feb. 11-Arr. barque Ranger, fm New
Orleans Jan. 21. Feb. 9, lat. S9, long. 73 43, spoke schr. Bril.
liant, for Baltimore.
Schr. John, front Braltimore forSalem.
Feii. 13-Art. brig Chalnan, froim Baltimore for Bostnn.
Passed by Taupaulin Cove, and saw lying there, brig At-
mnena, from Baltimore for Boston.
BOS'ITON, Feb. 13-ClI'd. ships Viola, New Orleans; Lou-
isa, do; John Cadmius, do; Lelantl, Charleston; barques Nash-
a, Mobile; Jiacob S. V Walin, Copenhagen; briga Helen Maria,
St. Croix; Havre, Savannah; sclhrs. Jotn M'Crea, Grand Call-
Ill, La; Oread, Porto Cabello; Tasso, Curacoa; Lake, Aux
Cayes.
Feb. 15-Cl'd. scer. Leach, Aux Cayes.
-: il I orig Henrietta, from Matanzas.
i'. II \N. Feb. it- CI'd. Franklin, and Hazard, Cuba.
PORTSMOUTHi, Feb. 11-Cl'd. ship Inez, Charleston.
SAL.EM, Feb. 13--ld. Boxer, Pra.
NEVWPORT. Feb. 14-Arr. brig Victory, from Charleston
for Providence; selrs. -, from Baltimore for do; Texai, fr
Providence fo r Bal imore.
NEW YORK, Feb. 16-Cl'd. ship Georgette, Rochelle.
Arr. s(i,..- l;.. ., ,fromm TickapaU; Barbara, Baltimore.
Feb. l.., i. I- I 1 .i. ship '... . mobile.
Arr. brig Wmil. Taiylor, frc., n, ,.
The Henry Delafihld, frotm Port a Prince, and Olglass,
from Si. Jago, were supplied with pilots a few days ago, but
have not been able to i.'. i,. -viog to the strong N.W. winds.
PilILADELPIIIA, i id. barque Anne Reynolds,
St. John, N. B. '
/ CHABLESTON, Feb. 13-Arr. sctr. Isaac Townsend, fm
Barataria, La.
CI'd. schr. John Allyne, West Indies.
Inh the '-',.i i .. -.inLher, from Boslon.
Feb. I, i.-i i .1 Bremen barque Charlotte, North of
Europe: Il ;-. V irniat, Matanzas; Wankinco, Baltimore.
ST'. i1 \1iKt-, (Fla.) Feb. 6-Arr. brigs John H.Stephens,
from Frankfoirt; Virginia, Amsterdam.
CI't. Estip Tccuilseih, Havre; brigs Stntira, New York; Wa-
knlla, do; Georgia, Boston; schr. T. It. Beton, Baltimore.
MOItLE. Feb. 6- Cl'd. schlirs.A.A.Parker,Havana; Henry
Clay, Key West.
Arr. ships Elishai Desnnison, New York; Merchant, do.
NEW ORI.EANS. Jani. 27-CI'd. ships Ontario, Boston;
C i.i .!. Ville de Bordeaux, I,,i.' ,ri .., do; brig Ci-
I -, I it.-., schrs. Louisiana, i i,.;, ..., Jeri. Josephbo St.
'Iholmas.
Arr. barque Lucy Penniman, from Cedar Keys.
Scnr- Navarre, from Jamaica.
Jan. 28-Cl'd. ships Ocmulgee, Nee' V.-rk. G.,. Triup, do;
Orleans, dto; Medford, Boston; brig V i.., li., Ecr.r.( tJbe-
ton, Philadelphia.
Arr. ships Arkansas, fm New York; Alenmdria, Rotterdam.
Ships Robl. Morris, fihm Glasgow; Vir:i. Iaii .
Sbip St. Mary, from New York; scvr. Viu., Irland.
Barque San Andreas, (Span.) from Havana.
P'olaere \,it -. fron Matanzas.
Brigs Fl ...... ,1-. )from n as an:. I'l. istX.t'bi rlresnn.
Felh. 4-1I'd. brig Tribune, Havana; ]..-l.. ib, ,1
Arr. ships Clharles, fia Lodon; Alex. Totsin, (Fr.) Havre.
Brigs [lope, from Rotterdam; Mobile, New York.
Feb. 5-CI'd. ships George, eosion; Massachusettu New
York; bWtrqre 'Teninessee, naltimore; '.,;:,'hhr.il,;.., New
York; Antares, do; schr. Water Witch, \.,. L'il/
Arr. ships Congress, from Liverpool; St. Louis, Boston.

N OTICfI -We invite tti attention of'Dealers to
Sour sale THIS MORNIN h by catalogue, of 150
Pe,sre, BlIilTI '" I t,11'1:1L',C ,. r\l, t'l ,am- assortment.
le 18 \. 1 \N I.OR&CO,
L OS on Tiuesday .,it ".'.,r. ,.i, lit ,.ll.., ln
-1 middle part ol a gold lorket c, i .irgf hair wilh
the word"lOti, Nov. th 18 i39 ,:r.,., the baek
Any one finding the same will 'I. It-,.iv rewarded
t I ,ii.I. t. i NO' I.,' , '. fe 18
1 I % \ ~ t ~ i r i -- I I n s ~ ',
I l TEASURY NOTES,
AND Sl'ECIE, wanted by
LUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
f 18 IBlli Balimore at.
rFREASURY IoTES-Forsale bv
le I8 CLARK &KELLOGG.
ta ll'I.t- t- .i n -,' --_ .,,," .... r i II.n ,. i ,r &dtie
I.~ 1, I 11.1.1 \ I NI.\-11\ I. _(").
to 18 No. 6 Spear's wharf.
talN A ISHi AN I) PAI'kIOT DOUBLOONS
1- SPANISH & MEXICAN DOLLARS.
Wanted by LUDLOW, MARSHALL k CO.
fe IS I!I Baltimore at.
E" XCHA NGEOV %P. W NE e K-Sight Dralt
for $1400, Ior saleby E. SHAW & CO.
fe 18 3 South Howard at.
I .i-A. ("- 'il --TA ,.7 01 l,-,, .I, lor
R sale by W1THINGTON & EASTMAN,
te 18 85 Bowie s wharf.
V.l.it' .'R5!:DV.- ,,, ul,,,.h,= [,lllle Iree V,11 n.
SEED, in store and for sale by
(i. 18 _d2 ___ (; R. VItnKERq h. PO.
|Is h t' -V .' ... t ,ie h." 1.1, ,l.r n~lr
U by GABLAND&ELWELL,
fe 18 P 86Bowly'g whf.
ill tCOLA.TfP -300 boxes various brands; tor
sale by WELD k JENKS,
fe 10 P 8 Bowtv s wharf.
(j I [ .I-">i 111 l.].i. ,,,! ir' .'.. "...- i-"' ..i *a e by
WITWTHINGTON & EASTMAN.
fe 18 P 85 Bowly'- wharf.
U 'IjiMYiIRiin tirore andf ior sale by
GARLAND feELWELL,
I- 18 P 8f Bowly'i whf.
I i--a pipes (IN, l.lr sale by
WITHIINGTON N EASTMAN,
fe 18 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
fi' I JIUO ..' -...- ,. _- ii_.r- ;i>~, .,id Guatamala In-
digo, lor sale hy JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 18 7 Bowly' whf.

1E I.t ..I h,' Lu i.. M (lilt l(1SON,
I.: I" I" "41 '.,il' l;,iy ,lreel.
+i 9 ,0 4b F: ^--I,,, t bli *.hiar,,it, ,.r M..lj-, ., |. r
.v ,,1, I, j .\\IN li'BiN',iN,
I- i .i N ,' I. 'oij-nlr,^r," r .et,


-- L:--{li r !, i, ., ,,l-.. .....I ',1-. l..r --l- hi
0 GARLAND & FLWFI.L,
fe 18 P 86 Bowly'A whf.
Sai-Winter Spterm OIL, lor sale by
JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 8 7 Bowly'a wharf.
iG LEAD-1000 pigs oflAl), for sale by
SBIRCKHEAD PEARCE.
fe B Commerce st.
&3ti'i't;> --".I'I Is ifi,-l-l l'I'rI,. lI --Ie til
GARLAND &. ELWELL,
_fp18 P 86 Bowly's Whf.
g F ,"K "l a.tl .'!L U 11 ,l. 'P-I ,ll l I.I l t ulie,
lor sale by CLARK &. K&LLO.Li.
le 18
OAP-No. I SO-kP, for sale by
S9 GARLAND & ELWELL,
fe 18 P 86 Bowlv'swhf.
te -L"( \-^i-.^^T-l,,, ... ,,, ,:,i, F^ **.'* ,Xh
lU I.IUUO a H' i ilo. Iod sale by
f. Tiill P r iDP M l q 7 R;. tIl%,Q Ah!'.
,ii kl D fl l it -. .... i I Crt lI- S L'I
It.T', l.,t,., ,, l 1 i 'I ,'-,IN IM,' BINSdIN ,
fe 18 d 12 Commrce at.
1. NT 1:1(C 'I{" I.- ; ....-.-. I .,,rpr' (111.--
Jt for sale by WELD & JENKS,
_feI 18 P 8 8Bowly's wharf.
OR SALtE-Thrb e hundred boxes Sicily and
Palermo ORANGES and LEMONS. Applyto
KII)D & WHITE, Baltimore st.
te 18 2aw2w head otMarsh Maiket Spoce.
SA^6ft 1 I I *> I^*.% V RY SUPMIlOR
205Vf l i. o I1-'l I'OTATOES.forsale low
by RUTHERFORDk HI l BUt1
fe 18 11 Bowlv's wbarf.
f;Ba S CISN -;UTrlC(J'i- VER
*1'HERRINGS, very goo I and tor sale lowto
close by IUTBERFOtD & HURLBUT,
f 18 .. 11 Howly's th(.
l-C-LI'' s._ i .... ... u h-, i,,i... L H.,-
VERSEI'ED: or sale by
HARVEY SHAW,
fe 18 35 West Pratt st.
OWNei'lT.B.HL'imIORtL. A& CHARLES
--Line 0 \ 1L. O I.I nl ir.ti, '.,uir-rr,. Hilkla.
an extensive assortment and on the best terms at
fel P _d CHARLES JOHN HARTS."
"1 lt \ F)- I- -- -ll. I,,,,iil piu., t rl rl,,
:. 9 BRANDY !,. .- I'
W l I 1 I 111Nit, & EASTMAN,
fe 18 P 85 B.ti'.haif.
| I;t ; 1-- f -l;% --,.-.. Fr. .- n AFRll'.\N
I 'l \r ."iU'i'N j r 4 l", t rv low hy
GEO. M. lI'l;ll'0,
fe 18 d4t 50 South Gay st.
L \ 1' -'t; It -Prila.ilipM .ia .OtiOn Loaf
SUGAR, tor sAle by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 18 P 85 Bowly' wharf.
L MPN.S-200 boxes icily LLMIiN-, landing
S this day and for sale by
THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
fe 18____ 12 13 Bowly's wharf.
ilIOLA,'ES-17 l,.di piIm.-tluanly -inniad,
IVL uilat'le ur raltaililig. rceiu', a id lIormsale by
G. MNI. ROBERTSON,
fe 1 d4t 50 S. Gay tieel, next to Pratt.









N OTICE.-The eoprilnership heretofore existing
between the subscribers w&- dissolved by mutual
consent on lb.' lirst instant. B-ale H. Richardson
hiavtinfpol. o.it his entrnire irrp-l in the concern to
ROBERT HILL andr E. A. RICHARDSON, the
business will hereafter be conducted at the old stand,
under thd name of ROBERT HILL & CO. who are
fully authorised to settle up the business of the late
firm. BEALE H. RICHARDSON,
ROBERT HILL.
Ie 184t
R U'BERT HILL & Cs.,,No. 73 Baltimore st,
hav? just received some superior small fi-nim-. I
French CHINTZ; superior plain and figured M..,z,,..
line de LAINES; plain and figured SILKS and
SATINS; bl'k Cravats; Barklies Soft finished LIN-
ENS, to all of which we respectfully call the atten-
tion of our friends, cat..n.-. aIl the public in gen-
eral. RliLLR I' HILL &CO.
fe 18 4t 73 Bailtimore st.
NEW GOODS:
J UST opened et No. 125 Baltimore street-
New style Second Mourning French CHINTZ
I1 case Ottoman Chintz Pi.I i'-;
Merrimack PRINTS of different styles
I case plain MOUSLIN DE LAINE all shades
Figured Mousiin de Lains of new styles
1 case superfine IRISH LINEN
1 do Medium do do
1 do Low price do
LONG LAWN, superfine and medium
2 cases 5.4 COTTON SHEETING
3 do 4-4 do SHIRTING
3 do 7-8 do do
Brown do 5-4 and 4 4 SHEETING
do do SHIRTING
Cotton Osnsburgh and heavy DRILIS, Stuait
Vic. Sp. COTTON, from No. 12 to 150. extra heavy
bik twist. All kinds hosiery and GLOVES; Snupen-
ders, Stocks and Umbrellas.
fe 18 GEORGE 1. KENNARD.
UGAR, MOLASSES, COFFEE &c.-
S30 hhdo New Orleans SUGAR, part ot very u-
perior quality
25 hhds New Orleans and Cuba MOLASSES
15 tierces iditto
160 bags Rio Green COFFEE-part low priced,
part superior
70 bags Laguayra do
30 do liow priced ILaguayratdo
35 do Government Java do-a superior ar-
ticle
20 do St, Domingo do
Imperial, Y. Hyson and G. P. TEAS
300 sacks fine and G. Alum SALT
20 bales Alicante M ATS--assorted
1000 gallons Winter Whale OIL-Bleached
300 do do Spernm do
50 barrels old Rye WHI1SKEY
30 do Malaga WINE
10 do Domestic BRANDY
10 do Peach Brandy, "Accomac"
500 do 5n.,l...i..lii..\lll I\
On hand and i ,r l."I I..' r ., ,i., or to punoctual
customers, by IVWM. & GEO. McLEAN,
fe 18 PS Lombard, near Light st.
A G tE- T([I RI'ilITI AT CIIIN A HALL.
MONG the many beautiful, rare and curious
specimensofFRENCH CHINA now at CHI-
NA HALL. is to be seen, a very splendidt TEA-
SETT, (full gold) in the shell form, an article never
before imported into this country.
-ALSO-
An assortment of veiy beautiful CENTRE AND
FRUIT BASKETS, supported by Angel, &c.,some-
thire superior to any ever seen in this country. The
ab.ave will be found well worth a visit.
E. M.KERR& CO.. CHINA HALL,
198 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe8 8 Sign ott the "Octagon Pitcher."
P' ROtUC'-
..25,000 Ibs. Frederick Co. BACON Hog round
300 do HAMS
1000 bbls, Howard st. FLOUR
250 (to best Family "branded"
200 do Whti'e Extra
150 do Rye Flour
75 do Fine "
20 kegs Glades BUTTER t rn.l -I '.i n.,;.
ty.-For sale by ROS & %1 \(I I: lf I,
fe 18 lHollingswnrth st.
* A# 591-HHIDs. N.ORLEANS & P. R. SU-
I. GARl
150 bbls. and lierces N. Orleans MOLASSES
500 bags Rio COFFEE, various qualities
20,000 lbs. BACON, Hog Round-tor sale by
R. HOWA RI) & CO. O't)onoe Ii's wharf.
P. S. Franklin Bank paper received for goods at
fair prices. i e s18
Ai-9 hIik'.kC4 % 1 I E-mi a :TiE N I lin)
0 20 bbis PORK
200 boxes Winilow GLASS, on consign'nt
-ALSO-
1000 small HAMS, of our own curing.
For sale by G. CASSARDI) & SON,
fe 18 67 Calvert street.
M IJ 0 O N P1 K- O 'H 1 -- i ,' -1 ., r.- i.....".
I don PORTER. in pints and qtiit.. I'.. lot is
the balance ofan importation in tlh F 'f from
the,' "Dolphin Biewery," London, and is now in fine
condition for presenit use, for sale iy
SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO.
fe 18 4t No. 15 Bowly's wharf.
ACON AND -LARD-
I i 'i I ,.- Ii \CON ) BALTIMORE SMOKED
393 Shoulders do HAMS, small sized, suit-
167 Sides do ) able bfor lamiiies.
70 kegs Leaf No. I LILiRD, for sale byv
B.I. & E. J. S N N!Dt.1: z.
fel18 d4t 46 South Fi,.. i ...in st.
N EW SILVER COMBS FOR Sxl.F h t
received TWO CASES new I:h., I,. ,. n i
Combs; I dnt Dressing Comb; I1 small case do, Dan-
druffCombs, a new article.
MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
fe 18 P 123 South C'hlrles at.
t I 1 B1 :r9 1- I',, 1;. r i -- I. .. jnst received.
L 40,000 feet of wetl seasoned YELLOW PINE
FLOORING BOARDS, ofextra q.- ,t.r> ,select Cull-
ings and prime from Savannah, for sale at my store,by
WI.LI AM ALL.EN,
fe 18 eSn8t 123 N. Howard qtrewr, nearFranklin.
-OAP & STARCH -
100 boxes Colgate's patent STARCH,
10 bbls. do do do
200 boxes do SOA P. For sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 18 P 8? Bowlv',s wharf.
OPPR.'.R TOftIOISESItiLL-
3 caks ohld COPPER
81 lbs TORTOISE Fl [.1.1.. just received per
barquefOrb and for aSal-- .
\ II.L 1.1 1 MASON & CO.
fe 18 No. 6Sp-an's whf.
I)I DRUJMS SMI RNA FIGS
00. 50 casks do and Sun RAISINS
50 boxes white Havana SUGARS
100 half chests Y Hyson, Imptria l and Gun-
powder TEAS-for sale by R. HOWARD & CO,
fe Is8 O'Dnnel's wutarf.
IS I' *I t.l i.l.'I is I 'A'S l l-1l:N -
100 kegs No. 2 and 3 BUTTER
75 do No. t LARD
1500 lbs FEATHERS, in, small package', for sale
by LOT ENSEY & CO.
fe 18 eo4t coiner ml Balt. & Entaw ses.
M B tl-*ii- h-- Li i. .- i...' -I.. u -.n.' t h- (iiI ~
l9 COAL ofan excellent quality, cargo otf schnu-
er Alice A. Pendergast, from Richmond, just arrived
and for sale low by
WM. McDONALD & CO.
fe 18 d4t 87 Bowly's nharf.
AVANA SUGAR--
136 boxes white Havawa SUGAR
138 do yellow do do. Remaining of
sehr. Hope's cargo, lor sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 18 6t Exchange Place.
N O. SUGAR AND MOLASSES--
SUGAR, in hhda. of prime quality
MOLASSES, in barrels do do-non I.u.n-ug
and will be sold orn favorable terms from thIe 'a l. ,m 0)
he 18 CLARK & KEL1,OGG.

40 ,n.n.t, do. l \\ t.
20 i>,hnih cas: ; D'v Malaga WINE,
forsaleby J *il'., P. ADAMS,
fe 18 7 Bowly's w'f.

300 bbls. Pernambuco White SUGAR. Car-
COO bags S go of schr. Jusiona. hnnr ale hv
EDWIN l1i 1.lNs iN,
fe 18 12 Commerce street.
l LASSES-- Crop-Ne Orlean
ll50 hbbs New Crop New Orleans


23hhds do do Trinidad Mt)LASSES, for
sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 18i 7 Bowly's warf.
SORN-IC --BA.-IlI'1nOR1I".-& FIARLES.
-Floreice Braid Hi'N N. I'., 50 cases cotmpris-
iig a desirable antd plenJil assortment of superior
Florence Braid Bonnets, for sale by case or dozen, at
te 18 d l P CHARLES JOHN HART'S.
C OD ANDE iIAKE: I'SII-
50 drums Giand Bank Cod FISH,
75 dto Small Straits do do
75 do Hake do. For sale by
fe 18 JOHN P. ADAMS,7 Bowly's whf.
lORNEllH BU L'I.it-i A, if%1 ,itll...
--Ribbons, Ribbons-OO tbotes RIBBONS, em-
bracing the newest and most fashionable styles of fig'd
and plain Ribbons, for sale by box or piece, at
fe 18 P d1 CHAtLES JOHN H ,\ lT'N.
( iJtf(.-It ISrAl.i Inl'liit.;. .' ir t II. "A
'-Palm Leat HATS; 100 cases containing froin
common to superfine men and boys' plain and varie-
gated Hats; for sale by case or dozen extremely low,
fe. 18 P d at CHA'nLES JOHN HAR t"S.
URN k It 1h i Y.la-1.1110 1. 1; & C 1 I % ._:- ,
C Parasols & Umnbrellas, a very extensive stock of
Parasols and Umbrellas, at factory prices, by case or
,dozen. st
te 18 P d CHARLES JOHN HART'S.
I. itNEIA B T Ili )Rl & C K 11 I S \ .; -
.STS.-50 cases Nui's or Palmn Leaf HOODS; 10
cases Caps; 80 cases Straw Bonoetas-for sale, by case
ordozen, by CHARLES JOHN HART.
fel8 d_ P__ .
CURN ICi IBA L I'l 0i. --Silks, Silks. Sin,1.. I... h.m.,.. P .i'. .i'"oie,Gros
de Napsandthe -'t.I i .. 1 1i ..-ti.I kept in
Silk Goods Houses, can he haid on renasoinabl terms.
fe i8 d P CHAXRLES JOHN liART.
ORlu KL, % L t l1k%: L" '1% i i I ttl.t .
-D.e-. ;'H \WLS and Hdktfs, various styles of
Silk and Mouselaine D'Laine 1) iess SHAWLS and
Hdkfs can be mound hy box or dozen, at
fe 18 d P CHAKRLES .JOHN H ART'S.
UUI'-H I v. I. \ t. L'-ol. 't1C:.--250 bags S. A.
N A. LIP1 1V L ..- N 'r.,-..I .. -Fr..- -.I by
BIRCKHEAD r Pi. tl.i Ir,
fe 18 Commercer st.
P O R K - T i [ I) s ^--: j -l i.hll i l~ t l '. 3 1 -
more packed; for sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
fe 18 P 85 ,Bowly'. wharf.
I OSILL) '110 ('Sunif ttlit .--*. ,..-.hu.,n
11 of William P. Pominler, prio-r to his application'
fot the benefit of the Insolvent LiWqol' Maryland, are
hereby notified to present their claims properly au-
thserticated t Geo. Earnest, Jr. auditor of In-olvent
debtors' estates(Court House Lane,) or to the unnter-
signed trustee, on or before the 17th day of April next,
preparatory to dividend of assets.
WILLIAM F. GILES,
fe 18 law8t Law Buildings.
LESSONS ON ELOCUTION, accompanied by,
Instructions andt criticisms on the reading of the
Chinch SemviC:e: -,eieri from the works of Thomas
Sneridan, Esq.,- ini aterations and additions: andan
inltrmdiclory Es;ay. by J. P. K. Henshaw, D. D., rec-
itl ol St. Peler's Churicn, Baltimore. For sale by
JOS. ROBINSON,
fe 18 Circutlating Library, 110 Baltimore st,


!REMOVAL.
W ILLIAM BRIDGES me.pecnully informs
W his friends and the public in general, that he
has removed hi stock of FRUIT & CONFECTIO-.
NARY to the Warebouse 227 Baltimore street, next
door east of Mesbsrs. Sewell & Baugher's Wholesale
' Dry Goods Store, where he offers for sale on the moat
a.-.I.nm.i.tfiIi i. -f. I ..; large assortment of FRUIT
X LI'NFh' I I OIN \t;V, in part as followvs-
New crop Messina ORANGES
I)o do Palermo do
Do do Messina LEMONS
Do do Palermino do
Bunch RAISINS-in whole, half and qri. boxes
Bloom do
Cluster do
Alicant ALMONDS, in grans sacks
Ivica do do do
Do do in bags
Bordeanux do
PALM NUTS
FILBERTS
WALNUTS
GROUND NUTS
PRUNES in glassa jars
Do in boxes
D)o in fancy boxes
FIGS in diumss
DATES.
A large assortment of Confectionary of his own ma-
nufacturing, warranted to he made of first rate matI-
rial. Also French'Coulectionary.
A large assortment of Havana SEGARS, among
which Regalia. Canone, Principe, Trabueo and small
size Segars. Together with many other articles in
his line which will be sold either Wholesale or Retail
on as good terms as any other house.
Purchasers are Ir, -..'ii, requested to call and
exatniot hii assortment boelore purchasing elsewhere.
fe I s

do LEMONS-Ioou boxes der.
FILBERTS-140 bags
WALNUTS-60 t.,..
LIQUORIC'E PA\- i-nn cases
OIL BEIGAMOT-2 cases
PUMICE S'TONE-15 casks
MACCARONI-100 cases
PRUNES-30 cases
GROUN D) NUTS-500 bags
ALICANTE MATS-250 bundles
CITRON-20 boxes
RAISINS-7000 boxes Bunch
Do -1000 hf. do do
Do -1000 qr. do do
Do -1000 boxes Blooms
Do 700 clusters
I)o 100 kegs Lexia
FIG,, Smyrna-300 drums
CURRANl'S, Zntte-40 bbhl.
CARRAWAY SEED-15 bbls.
Sicily SUMAC-300 bags
ALMONDS-20 hnaws
CLARET WINE-30 cases
TAMARINDS-40 kiegs. For sale by
fe 18 J. C- )SBY, Commerce st.
Of F1' I'.-'. N UT',&, &c.-
-I .- .. \..s Bunch RAISINS
100 do Cluster tdo
100 do Bloom do
200 drums Smyrna FIGS
50 kegs Andalusia ito
20 cases PIRUNES, in glass
20 boxes CITRON
50 do ROCK CANDI)Y, assorted colors
20 do Shelled ALMIONDS
50 cases Muscat WINE
50 do LEMON SYRUP
20 do W. I. Pepper Sauce
25 trails Alicant ALMONDS
20 bags Sicily Paper Sheli'd ido
15 Cream Nuts
10 WALNUTS
10 FILBERTS
10 PEA NUTS
100 boxes Sicily ORANGES
100 LEMONS
50 kegs TAMARINDS
20,0010 P mncipe SEGARS
40,000 Havena t do.
Together with a large stock of Confectionery, of our
own inmanufacture, which we offer to the public at the
lowest prices, by PRICE & THURSTON,
te 17 d4t No. 139 Baltimore st.
sALE Op A VALUABLE Ls' 01F"
GROUND, IN FEE.(ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF
GERMAN STREET.
Y VIRTUE ta l)Decre.rofBaltimoie County
Court, as a Court of Equity, the undersigned,
Trustees, will offi-r for sale at auction, at one o'clock
P.M. on WEI)NES)DAY, tlhe tnuth day of Mearch
next, at th, Fx'-lh"''---. the pieces of ground, part of
tile real n,.-I1 L .--n Cobb deceased, described as
follows:
1- Tnat VACANT LOT, fronting eighteen feet on
the south side of German "fleet, and running back
south, niinety-seven aind a fall feet, situate betweenI
the warehouse of William E. Mayhew & Co., andl that
ol Peabody, Rig.s & Co., binug part ot flie ground
conveyed to said Cobb, by Henrietta Hoffman and
others, by deed recordedI ..... time land records of
Baltim're County, in Libe it. K. No. 250, folio 186
A bout seven feet of the south enId of ttle lot is inclum-
dteu in the private court laid out by George tfolfman,
Henry Payson aind otilers, by .. - --... 1. recorded
among the records aflbresaid in I.o..- % iv .. No. 150,
lolio 173, and thie purchaser will be entitled to thie use
of sait court. I th. s- 0 ; I 11-,.. I.
2 ALLT1'- 1 I \'- Pa i, ''I GROUND,
which were conveyed by Ann Groc to said Cobb, by
deei bearing datI ieth eleventh day of Maiy 1835. and
recorded among the records atforesaid-, in Liber T. K.
No. 248, folio 76, antilt described as fbillows: -I';".'i"it.-
oroine parcel,oini he hineof lthe west- sid- i ....
street, at that corner ot lot No. 36, which adjoins the
lot purchased by Joseph Guthiow from Harry Dorsey
Gough, and rnnnint thence sounthwardly bounding on
Charles street two feel, thence westwardly parallel
with (ussaid lot, pnlichased Irom sami Gough, one
hundred and forty-eight teat, thence norttwardly pa-
rallel with Charles street tw) feet, until it intersects
the lot so purchased flowr said G- n nh. -lnd then east-
wrdly, bouncing on that lot r. n i . .. beginning.
And :- ;. .,1.. for tile other parcel on tie north out-.
line of l., 'N i., at a point distant eighty leet west-
wardily from the west side olf Charles street, on a line
drawn at riclit angles with that street, an. ,, ..
thence northwardly parallel with Charles .a.... mm .
teen feet six inches, thence westwardly parallel to
Baltimore street sixty feet three inches or thereabout,
to the western boundary line ot the wlihole lot No. 35,
thence sou-iwardly bounding oun that line thirteen leet
six inches, to lot No. 36, anmd tien-e eastwardly bound-
ing on said lot No. 306 sixty feet three inches or there-
about, to the place of beginning.
The titles are behaved to be indisputable. The
taxes for 1811 will he pail by the purchaser, all prior
by the vendors. The teranii of sain are one-fourth
cash on these dlay of sale, thu residue ini tithree equal in-
stalments, at lour, eight annt twelve montlhs, respec-
lively, from tile day of sale, with interest from that
day, payment to be secured by noles with surpieas to
be approved. JAM 1.S MASON CAMPBELL,
JOlHN rGl.ENN,
EDWARD HINKLEY,
Trustees.
ng tE CREIDITORS. an lDaniel Cohtb, and of the
.A. late tiar of D1nieil Cobb I Co. are htireby noti-
fini*t iri purstuance ot an order of lialtimore Co'nty
i in t, contained iii the above inentinsuun dorrioe tn
file their claimns and the vouchers *,--...I )...i.-iij
authenticated, with lbe Clerk of said Court, on or be-
f.t_ the tentla day of July next.
JAMES MASON CAMPBELL,
JOHN Gl.hENN,
EDWAR) HINKLEY,
fl IS 2awls PR 'I'rinteas.
r mtii ,. I'1 ,.'" SALE.-By virtue ot a decree of
.lB B lnimnooe.' "..n. nurnt n Equnny, the under-
signed Trustees ..'"it l'-.mi at Public Sale, at the Ex-
change, on WEDNESDAY, tenth day of Marcha, at 1
o'clock, P. I'.
A part of the mnnriri',e'l Estate of the late Daniel
Cobtm,>,'ii-. m. ..1 r1 .i LOT (iF GROUND situ-
ate in r' i in, of ialtimore, 1 t;,,i,,. ,tn the W est
side of South Charles street, n i I,,h .1, 60 feet from
Lombard street, running thernci 7. .i'ni. in i' fronting ou
time West side of S utih Chiarl3s street 19 teet to the
centre of the division wall between the Warehouse
on the lot now de ucribing anm Ihe Warehouse adjoin-
ing on the North, tthence W'eirio thriungh the centre
of said wall anmd paraltel u'.,un I .,1 .ni street 140 seet
3 in. .... tl.enee Southerly parallel with Charles street
19 I-. 1, 1 h I thence Easterly to the beginning; with
n he ionnrove mn e ts th -reon. ..... '. ,u 1
f IXARGE NEW FOUR ",li'tX tll:lI I.
L1i.WAREIIOUSEI No. 40, tnt Sooth Charles
street. Terms of sale nne third cash, ani the balance
ii six and twelve noonths with interest and security.


EDWARD 4HINKLEY, Trustees.
T. PARKING SCOTT,
fe 18 2-wts ; CPR


; .r .i *l. t_ ,,--I i, ,,, ;. i. . ,. i.- -,
U.7 h.I..-'- Inh"..I ['-.h.- .n.inn-ir t... ". u.I..hI
rnn.'.. ..I. ,nb .n. .,- .I,inIn -,' .,,i,. n i,' d i....
disposed of at private.ofni'r at public sale to thle highest
bidder, on THURSI)AY 25th March next, at one
o'clock, P. M. at Thomas Brown's tavern, about 23
miles troni the City of Baltimore, on the Westminster
turnpike road.-A part ot the real estate of said de-
n.. in. rin n. -of a tract or parcel of land, situate
.... i'..., M aryland., about It nmilea from
Brown's tavern, binding on the Patapsco Falls, and
adjoining the lands of John Flitter, and tn he feirs of
Doctor Hall, contuaingn 2621 acres of Lan.d, more or
L 1.- .. w ith f I . :..i ...- .- . .,. of a
,I 'i,. D WVj. l I 1 ., i r I ..... about
J U.[W, i ... cines standing i ti imbher, chiefly water oark,
Span. oakh, and cheinut. Any .-.., wishing to view
the property will please to ( .1 .'. John Flitter, or
John Evans, who reside near tihe premises..
Terms of Saie-Onm-ihird ca h, the balance in
twelve and twenity-loutr month, by giving notes with
approved security, ..- interest Iromn the day of
s,,le. i L1.ASAN'T HUNTER,
Executor of' Peter G. Hunter, deceased.
fe 1%t l.a0ru
f ^ t.l lI; i s A'.w iT\ i'"! I'" (I*i~i>.i' / ~t,*
V RItENT.-The subcriher swil rent fur one or
iaour years, that large and exte %. n ' ....' ,
situa aed at thie Icai ol ti- Biasint, opposite itoi the
works of I1essrs. Watchman & llrntt, fronting upon
Lee street extended, hutiding upon thie Basin 130 teet,
and running back southerly 14i0 )feet, with tIhe apptiur-
tenances, now in tthe occupancy of Watchman &
Bratt. This Property is -itualed in one of tle most
business parts .1 i.. Cii\ o f Baltimore, and near uo all
the principal ,n,'. i r Cin be used for tany pil-
poae, baing a corner n r i 7- t .as ship buillintg,
coal or lumber :- I- .h i I 11 .i a great facility
or thie deposit tn' .1 .n irtnc!es n)t storable, besides tihe
lading and unladtin of vessel of innrat., repair of
steam ant) otner vessels. Possession will be given a-
bout the Istof March next. For inias, which will
be reasonable, applyto to ihe subscrihber, at his office,
Fayette, near t. 'aul's street.
fe 18 eoltl R. IT. MOALE.
i. .'1-'. I ..! I I.. , In % I 1 I l 1 I i.n -
vs. I.I TV CY URT, January
I'hinl. R. J. Friese.) Term, 1841.
Ordered by this Couit thue 17th day of February
1841, that the sale made and reported by Henry F.
Friese,Trustee,be raeilied amln ci firmneh,tniless cause
to the contrary be shown within Iwenlty (lays from
this date-Provided acopy of this order be inserted
in some daily i% I printed in tile city of Bal
timnore once ini .1,-. t innr.. successive weeks before
the twentieth day of Mar.ch next. The report states
the amount of sales to be $2000 By order.
True Copy- 'THOS. KELL, Cl'k.
fe 18 law3w
W REW1 ktO1m--in-.1,. 1 historyy of III.-- Iu
I1 fiom the earliest times to the year 1831. By
Charles Von Rotteck, L. L. D., Protessor in the Uni-
versity of l" ie,-b ir:, A i : Councillor, member of the
Chambercit [-li..,, i -i, Grand Duchy of Baden,
&c. &c. Translated from the German and continued
to 1840, by Frederick Jones. A. M. 4 vols.
For saleby KNIGHT & COLBURN,
fe 18 3tif 174 Baltimore street.


[ DOLLARS REWARD-The sulB-
10J s scriber was robbed on Friday last by an
apprentice, who has absconded, named Leon, of $500
in silver half dollars, and twelve goldh lever watches,
numbered as follows-No. 3973, by Johnson, No, 6470
by do; No. 7369, No. 6448, by Robinson, No. 6914,No.
6661, No. 7475, No. 6499,by Wolf, No. 6561, No.4769,
No 7516, No. 2948. Thle said Leon speaks nothing
but French; is about 20 yearsold,5 feet 7 or 8 inches in
height, ol slender make, much pock marked, and hav-
ing his hands discoloured, from his trade, of a dyer.
He wore a blue f rock, of heavy cloth, pockets outside
and dlsrk steel mixed pants. tie has been a sailor.
The above reward will be given for his apprehen-
sion and the recovery ofthe stolen property, or $50
for either. F. PHILIBERT, Dyer,
fe 18 63 Christiana and Pinest. above7th, Philad.
TI'I 'lO).%1f IN eIIcll('
T HE SUBSCRIBER, desirous to fill up a few
vacant hours, offers htier services as teacher on
the PIANO and of VOCAL MUSIC. For particu-
lars inquire at her dm,;ll.,,- tin Pearl street, North
of Franklin. 'M I '. MEGENHARDT.
FOR SALE-A few GERMAN PIANO FORTES
of excellent tone,imported by Fred. Megenhardt.
le 18 40t*' 1._
JUVENILE CLASSES.
M II R.BARTLETT will open a class for the in-
J1111 struction of Children, in the science of VOCAL
MUSIC, in the Rev. Mr. Hamner's Lecture Room,
in Hanover street, on SATURDAY, the 20th inst. at
hafir past 3 o'clock, P. M. Terms of Tuition then
made known. d4'if* fe 18
r 'O THE SCEPTICAL-The following indivi-
A duals may be consulted as to the admirable effect
oh the MUSCULAR GUIDE in giving ease to the
action ofthe muscles, and in securing, in a shorttime,
a beautiful and expeditious HAND WRITING:-W.
Norris, 250 Baltimore at.; Joshua Royston, 27 Balti-
more st,; R. in..i ,. jr. ofthe Merchants' Bank; Van
Bront and Adamis, Lexington St.; Daniel D)ail, Win.
\'. In..-, at Hamilton and Dunham's, Baltimore st.;
.- In..,. i Childs, and a minultitude of others,whose names
may bIelearned at the ACADEMY, 41 BALTIMORE
STREET.
N. B.-Mr. DAVISON'S stay is limited in this
city; therefore, early application is necessary, to se-
cui e the benefits of his MUSCULAR GUIDE-
Classes meet at all hours of the day and evening-
Ladies at 3 o'clock, P. M. It fe 18
FREi.rIT IFOIt- P-I l'iL,-.SB' t lr6tC, &.k :Ilt'-
MOND.
_flS' The steamboat COLUM-
n =,=,S BUS, Captain Parrish; will
f.i_ :: --I^'4m5 leave the lower end of
f Wt Spear's wharf on WED-
NESDAY EVENING NEXT, the24th ol February,
at 4 o'clock. For freight apply to
.i I 'C10 BRANDT, Jr., Agent,
Lower end of Spear's wharf.
PASSAGE TO ST. MATTHEWS, GLOU-
TER&MIDDLESEX Counties, Va.
S' The steamboat COLUM-
_BUS, Caplain Parrish; will
I't, :-S 3 leave thIe lower end Spear's
^fit 'inL BSa in~r wharf on WEDNFSDAY
LI \I N. .A\ I1. n 24th February, at 4 o'clock,
f(orLnnumpkiin'a Landing, Matthews' county, where
passengers can get a conveyance to any of the
above counties. Pasne, a,.I i... I For freight
apply to J \X ill 11 ti Ni 1, Ir. Agent,
le 18 Lower end Spear's wharf.
Ftil- It i --l-i-: .i\N 1. It' .i -.0 IT... n ar
Tradcr-Tbe brig ANN, Alex. B. mHanna,
master; will sail in 10 days. For fi ..' I. I- .-sage
apply to HUGH .I f.N I1N-,
_e 18 d Commerce street wharf.
& FO I' N EW o ,,it.1 AN' ,-i-,io-f, tn,-.
.," jl! -" u ,-r. r..l N , A -.r.. I '.. ,'l, .- I I ,.
.... t I,, ll.. N 1|. "N N S I I 1 i p.i .r i;[1, ;
is now loading at Fenby's whasf, and will have des-
patch For freight or passage apply to
fe 8 __s __CLARK & KELLOGG.
- -f Fo, C, t 1f: I.ri,: .... .....
"eim'" .t- I..'w copper fastened schr. EWARKEE,
j.-..,,.n l.u., master; is now loadingatFenby's whf.
andt will have immediate despatch. For freight,
which will be taken at the lowest rate, opply to
WM. MOORE,
fe 18 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
Si-, ... 41'ill I-t1' i t.iS- L I' rf-I-F.'L41%
.,.-I;n.i. .," Line-To clear on Saiturday-The
coppered and copper fastened packet s-hr. PANTA-
LOON, Geo. W. Webster, n.aslet; now loading and
will clear as above. For freight of articles of small
bulk or passage, having handsome accommodations
in cubin and steerage apply to THOS. HOOPER.
fe 18 5 Spear's wharf.
'{-. -'FOt a'I'.I'l I.4L .'- & ORT LEON
I. -- in rr t iI' -ii-.F -i-.--'ii'-r Line- To
sail positively on the Islt Mait. 'I,- 1 1 i- new cop-
per fastened last sailing packet schr. GEN'L. CALL,
Moues I,. Edmiondson, master; takes the place oh the
scihr. Jos. Hankey, and will sail as above. F"or Ireight
or passage, having good accommodations, apply to
JOS. HANKEY,
he 18 corner Pratt st. & Sp'ar's wharf.
-.CT^ FOR MOB'T.I'-;. t,. Line-e -The
'.-n.',. new sctir. ",'I' tI,. ---, master;
1'tih rI it fre n . I. r.; i eary low rates,
and have ..i it.:h f'.. terms of wla in .. i :...
apply to ,OS. H I '.1, % ,
fe 18 Corner Piatt st. & Spear's wharf.
.' ,',: a, ^Ir, l ,,m I ,1 ~s ; l, c il,,i- I [.,~ I .1l '-~-~ f,^
I a,'l -II 111 1 X, ., ,, ... .. ,, -in ir A -.in.15 In
rinceive cargo at Spear's wharf, (lower end) having
two-lhirds of her cargo engaged, will have quick des-
patch for lse abo--e port. For freight, on moderate
terinn, or v*..---.- ,.rlv to
fe 18 I u. '.t '.S HtOOPER, 5 S near's wharf.
-"., -t |. * t ; .. t; ,\ i : I -. t.HE I I.*
'a .a'. X \NOR, Capt.Jonts; having the greater part
i.,., ... on board, will be despatchi d in a hew
days. For balance olf freight or passage, having supe-
rior packet accommodations, apliuy to
JNO. K. RANDALL,
fe 18 P 10t4 Smith's tkharf.
- -' t 111 A - 1 1'1iiN, -I.... IT... .I .
+12 < II. "l t ]> i t.,i:, I iri I i.',-, h. 1.1., l,-
greater part of her cargo on board, will be despatch-
edin afvw days. For balance ot freight or passage,
having superior packet arcornmnodations, apply to
THOS. WVilTRIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL., 104 Smnithl's wharf.
fe 18 P
i. .:.. i (_i{~ SiL:iiv 'o ~ t i~l I..77i ii 1.1h --
.'" i I *-. -l, I r I 'l ,.,* \ 1a I l \ > .,,I, ,
Penhtld; cai take the bulk of 1o0 bbls. Apply to
TH-M A S W i-1 TRI DG K,
fib 18 d P 12 and 13 Bowly's what.
_.., li > i tr .> 1.5 II li I,. in in .m 1iS ,.i.'i in .
t.J'.,' -The fine regular packet schr. CELESTE,
I). Joninson, master; will have despatcht. For freight
apply to ISAIAH MIANKIN,
Ie 18 P corner Gay & Pratt sis.
i- 'I P I, 1 A.i. i.' I I L mtie
I '. i. re sloop(i ,ti'i t, LI It.
Laymant, master; is now loading. Ftr p'n.In-r t 'ipply
J. 7'\ \ ,
fe IS Corner Pratt st. & Spear's st buarf
-" tf'L A "-. ;.l:\i '-. 1)1 I I 4. .1 .-' -1.i
.i,.'-,. In '\i 5,. D. C.--The schooner ARKANSAS,
.in r .now ta'tninn:. and having rue-haltf 01
her cargo on board ",,'. nil as soon as thi ice will
permit. For Ireight, which will be lake at the low-
est martes, apply to W. RHOAI)S,
ie 18 drIt P 61 Smith's wharf.
-,, ,. N O R i- IL= - -. -i- P- p' ". i .i r t, rt."
'e.. & A(CKET- '..-anI.' Line--The line mchr.
'I 'r'. DAIL, tni.liut rn. stern; is now loading arid
will sail as soon as thes in i i'i.n, ill permit. For
freight apply on board -"-j. i ini i,, i, orto
JOS. IJANKEY,
fe Is Corner Pratt st.m and Spear's whf.
-. t ,', -'( l 7 !- ii i' I'Slt'r.Vit FiT
PACKET--HooPE'R'S OLD LINE-To eo t i
the wharl wittlmnt lightering-'The schr. F.\1 II.Iu,
Capttnln Edndninlson: now heading at Spear's wharf,
(lower ernd.) will have quick despatch, amn take the
bulk of 100 bbls. For terms apply to
THOMAS HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reteraece--James Hooper & Sons. fe 18
.IA *' 1CI int.lh. .A Nt 0) I'1'1iTCIKsIKui
"_t P t.L ,-\ ,' /..,i. -r.-. .- to Petersburg.
hl n.-- n'. ln .i.!n'...r,'i Itll I' l".\,,Saml. K eene,
master; is now loadini, and will sail as soon as the
wt atier will permit. For Ireight apply on board, at
lower end of Frederick at. dock, or to
WM. MOORE,
fs 18 corner Smnith's wharf and Pratt at.
"7.," l~'r ~ Ye-l-Th l7 'Atx in .'ch.on J'OHN /. ,.'e
yjS. ,, -- Firs-t Vessel--The lhne schooner JOHN


It m li hI I lowers, master; is now loading at the head
of Smith's wharl. For freight apply to
WM. M OORE,
Corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
The John Barr will be towed out when loaded.
fe 18
-,'. FOR RICHMOND, DIRECT--I-.-,.
Z&,;.i ,Line-'The schr. AI)ELINE, P'ete. .... -
ter, master; is now loading and will sail as soon as
the navigation will permit. For freight apply oinl
board Spear's wharf, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
fe 18 Corner Pratt st. and Snear's wha.
, t"P i i t ?. I fI I 3 I '. | 'i .-.,, -
r .' r'S OLD LiNE-The packet schr. ROCH-
I.\ U \, Ciopt. Evian Morgan; now loading at
Spear's wharf, (lower end) will have quick udespatch.
For terms freight apply to THOS..HlOO'ERi,
5 ''" wharf.
Reference-Jarn,, i .i.l .., 'n- n. in. -
i 't"F O R FI'l : !(,<15V I, '7.. i ,..
rnu'. copper fastened schr. COQU E'TTF, W. Gait,
master; 130 tons, sl tows 8 50 bhls. Apply oi board at
Corner's whlart, or lo WM. WALILAC(E,
fe 18 41 No. 107 Pratt nO.
a -... IOR FREIGIIT 'i?,.t Ittl. I -.-
I. 1 fine schr. 1)ANUISE, Capt. llich; two
cu e copper a istiend, sails well, antd first rate
ves,,el, stows about 1C00 bbls Apply to
WEI.I) & JENKS,
fe t8 6f? No. 8 Bowly's whiarf.
e I'OIs luFRIAG-1IT Olti CI sitA'IV'Il-
S5 1 - ichr. GRAND ISLAND, Capt. Paine; a
linh. copper fastened vessel of about 0 10 bbls. Ap-
ply to CLARK &KELLOGG.
fa IS
._ I. 1 - i ill .I 1r r| .1: C I. |i. m-tn.!' -

tened -chr. J)S. 11 .I Il ,' % I 'addon; burlhen
about 650 bbls., in complete order.
JOS. HANKEY,
fe 18 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's r harf.
Fi ol'Il-iN'' A-'i'Two Story BiICK
i1t. OUSE, in Lonmbard street, between Freder-
.t.-k street and Marsh Market Space. It is a
very desirable place for any kin t of lbusiress. Apply
to B. I. & E. J. SAND)ERS,
l"' 18 46 South Freiletick st.
BIALTO. REAL E STATE AGENCY,
184 SOUTH STREET.
..ZI- FOR iEN I'-A spacious, conveniently ar-
.' ., .. 3 .ty ID)WELLING HOUSE, situa-
l'. il .' -Ii, Calvert street, near the City Spring.-
Immndiate possession will h e given. Apply to
fe 1i sI IER & ITYSON.
J ti s N I :- n i -4.01C,-I..,, i,,: f,- %,. : 14?,
contains-
A Biographical sketch of the Life and Services of
W, ashington, with a cut.
Gographical Description of Ireland, wilh the man-
ners and cu-toms of the People.
Anecdote of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Fable of the Fox and Frog, with acut.
Joyous Childhood, &c. &c
N. HICKMAN, Agent,
No. 86 Baltimore st.
The work is published weekly, at $2 per annum,
payable quarterly, and is delivered free of expense in
i any part of the city. Ife 19


HOLLIDAY ST. THEATRE.
T HOS. WALTON beis respectfully to inform
lthe friends of the Hollil.a} street Theatre, and
the public general ihal aif. 1.'inci hl are making
to commence the ,PRING S LA.iSON, on the 25th
of the present month, with an excellent Stock Com-
pany and complete Orchestra. Engagements have
already been effected with the following distinguished
Aclors-
MR. IE. FORREST.
MISS VANDENHOFF.
MRS. FITZWILLIAM, &
MR. POWER. fe 17
MAJ'TlMUORkt MUSEUM
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
O PEN from 85 in the morning till dusk, until fur-
thier notice.
(0-1dmitallnce to the Museum 25 Cents. fe 17
BRYSON GILL,
DENTIST.
N. W. corner of Hanover and Lombard streets, Balti-
more,
AAS ON HAND a large supplyof EUROPEAN
LEECHES.-All orders for CUPPING end
LEECHING will be thankfully received, and prompt-
ly attended io by (lay ornight. fe 17
A GREAT CIIANCE.-Foi Sale-Patents lor
ia,,,f..,t.limeg and selling an article in the daily
use .t. i- titl., and which can be manufactures,
at a mall S it ,i' to yield from two to four hundred
per cent. and sold as fast as it can be made. Rights
tor iale for any part of the United States, by
GEORGE GELBACH,
Intelligence and Agency Olffice,
fe 18 N. W. corner Baltimore & Frederick--ts.
AY VOF SALVATION-Just publi-hed by
WT FIELDING LUCAS, Jr.
No. 138 Baltimore st.
The WAY OFSAILVATION-Meditations for every
day in tine year, translated Irom the Italian oi Sigouni.
By Rev. James ,-ones. fe 18
AT THE BOOK.
M OST SPLENDID LUCK-Two prizes of
500 dollars per the returns of the Alexandria
Lottery, class 5, drawn on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
combination Nos. 1 35 67--500
35,- i-- i,
Both sold by the all lucky Li'.I I-. IR li CO. This
makes five three number tickets within the last few
days sold at our most fortunate office. The following
are the numbers drawn: 34355023 7467413611f6613.
Nos. Maryland State Lottery, Class 10, drawn Feb.
17th. Lowest prize $5. 54 31 16 25 50 45 34 55 15
46 14.
Again the same continuation of good luck-a prize
of $ 1000 per this drawing, sold and cashed at sight, to
a gentleman in Howard street.
TO-DAY, Feb. 18th, splendid chances, almost two
prizes to one blank. Tickets only $2,50, shares 6'5
cents. Alexandria Lottery, class 6. The cheering
news received to-momi.. ,..i.n' .*
( .AlI t it.%
7.9o000 3.000
2,0(10 DOLLARS 5 PRIZES OF 1,000
1,250 DOLLARS DOLLARS, &c. &c.
75 numbers-14 drawn ballots.
We will sell a certificate of a pin.l...: 1- 7 t.rhi 1.ih ll
the tumbers,and maydraw the4 t.ii n .i .,te ii :..-.i..r
only $8 risic. For sale in every variety of numbers
AT THE BANK OF PRIZES,
No. 1 N. CadlvCrL st. 1st door above Cohen's Bank.
fe 18 E. HEISLER & CO.
LEXAN)RIA LO)T'll.tcV, for Internal
A Improvement in the District of Columbia-class
No. 6 tor 1811.-To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C.,
THIS DAY, Feby. 18th, 1841.-D. S. Gregory
Co., Managers.
GRAND SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $7,000 1 PRIZE OF $1250
1 $3,000 5 $1000
1 $2,000 5 $300
Tickets $2.s,-shares in proportion.
CONSOLIDATED LOTTERIES OF MA.
- RYLAND, class No. 5 for 1841.--To be drawn
at b .l,,.,..-., 'M.., ou FRIDAY, Feb. 19d), 1841.-
D S. (;,. e. 4i r .,.i-.r
'" i l I ll *'ll I 'Mr .
1 PRIZE OF $18,000I PRIZE OF $26,0
1 6,ioo00 1 $1735
1 $3,000 20 .' [500
Tickets $5,-shares in proportion.
IRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, class B
for 181i.-To be drawn at Alexandria. Va.,
SATURDAY, February 20th, 1811.-D. S. Gregory
Co. Managers.
GRAkND SCHEME .
1 PRIZE OF $36,!00 I PRIZE OF ,:1 i
"1 " ..... 1 $2500
Tickets 10-shares in proportion.
45-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.
Manscers. Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. fe 18
CAPI'ITAL PRIZELs
50..000 DOLLARS
$25,000, $15,000, $10,000
anld 14 drawn numbers tn each package f 2q 6 ticerets.
TNION LOTTERY, by authority of iaw, for
U- Internal Inprovementin Alexandria, D. C. State
Ileasnry, Delaware College and Common Schools in
the State ,f Delaware; Useful Manufictures, in the
State of South Carolina; Green and Pulaski Moinu-
ment, in the city of Savannah, and ,I,. I,. orgia;
Public Institutions in the States ( I , ... and
Kentucky -Class No. 1 for184I.l-To bedrawnin the
city of Alexandria, D. C., on SATURDAY, March
6th, 1841. D.S (G ,, r'.. .1... ;
(.1. N I .l 'hI Il l
I PRIZE OF $50,000 1 PRIZE OF $7,000
25,00 1 ". 5,172
15,00) 2 "
10,0001 4 ..,
1 9.,000 20 2,0)00
l 8,t00 20 1,000
Whole Tickets $15,-Halves $7,50,-Quarters $3-
75,F- i.i_0h. $1.87. D. S. GREGORY,
fe -m Managers.
111% l 0 1A I1l. d 1 \hf.;
C THE PATRONS OF DOYLE'S PRATT ST.
PRIZE DEPOT.-Two more capital prizes soldt at
this ever lucky office, in the Virtinia A. I:: I..-. I ..I.
tery, cla-s B, du awn on 1..r i |'F .. i i i ; .1 -
ion 14 33 71.-a Prize .ni I i:. ., -Combination 12
38 58,-a Prize of $200. Both sold in the above Lot-
tery. The following are the drawn Nes.
2 71 33 36 33 42 12 59 24 5 58 14.
On WEDNESDAY, Maryland State Lottery, two
Capital Prizes of..lO Olui T- T .. r. 1;5.
On THURSDA . 'I1..1..1 I v.it,.y, 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 Priz ,3lil I1.1). 'Tickets $10.
On SAI il '\,i 6th of Maich, 1841, (one of the
richest Lotteries drawn IC .. .. -,%' ,, .) .' il I.- drawn
at Alexandria, D. C.- (C'..n, .i t. l j,,..' ,. one'of
$25,000, one of $15,00t ..,., .:.. n],',,nnn "*,i .i 1 i drawn
Nos. in each package of 26 ticket. Union Lottery,
class No. I, to he positively drawn 61h of March.
BRILIAAAN SCHEEME.
I PR1ZE OF $50.000) 1 PRIZE OF $5,172
l do. 25,0100 2 do. 4000
l do. 1S,0)0 4 4 t do. 2,500
l do. 10,000 2i do. 2,000
1 do. 9,000,t 20 do. l,S)00
1 do. 8,000 20 1 do. 7,000 &c. &c. &c.
Whole Tickets 15, Halves $7,50, Quarters 53,75.
For sale in the greatest variety of lucay numbers by
the package, single ticket, or share. Orders for tickets
or shares should be addressed to
\nICHA I DOYLE,
fe 16 No. 24 Pratt street, Baltimore.
SALT.
" 1 EO. P. WATERS & SON, offer for sale, in
lots to suit purchasers,
Turks Island SALT
St. Ubes do
Cadiz do
Ivica do
Isle May do
Liverpool GroundAlum do, loose
Fine do in sacks, factory filled,
GnoundAlum do. in do
fe t7 4t
rU ) ,,i',ln i PAi .:'is Ji-r-i 'I;PERS-The
S. subscriber !, ,'. i... !. '' l 1. -. the sole agent
for the sale for l',...- ,. 1 '-. : n ,. ,1 .1 Hoarhound
Candy, would respectiutly solicit country agents, to
whom he will allow a very liberal discount. The
above candy cures colds, coughs, hoarseness, palpita-
tion of the heart, irritation of thIe throat, croup,
whooping cough, livercomplaiit, and in shortall dis-


eases leading to consumption. It is highly recommen-
ded by our popular physicians.For sale wholesale and
retail by TURNER,
fe 17 No. 10 North st.
S SITUATION WANTED -A youngiman who
has been engaged in business in this city for 10t
or I11 years, is desiious of procurin,2 a situation in a
wholesale or wholesale and retail dry-good store or
any mercanttle business where he could make himself
useful.
Satisfactory reference as to business habit, charac-
ter, &c. can be given by some of the first houses in
the city. Address 1_. IV. Aaerican office. d4t* fe 17
,& I' lT.t', l ,i, ii. in i r i e s p ec ta ability r -. .i .
A it one of the most pleasant locations of'in-. tii
waiting to increase their income, and having ronnoms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Gentileman and Lady, of their own standing. Ad-
ress F. C 1) through the Post Office. fe 3-eotf
REMiIOVAL.
J F. CASSELL & COMEGYS, DEN-
1 ,- I ..1 r' n'n. i '. u, their friendsand the
publh. ilIi r.> l i. ,,lo. i. li i EDtheir offices from
the ( ... .-' I '. rt in.,1 ',-t, an streets, to the South
West Corner of Baltimore and Libel ty streets.
ja 8 eol7t t _____
&JILK PLUS1.-A ricti assortment of SILK
-9 PLUSH i.nported directfrom thie well known
manufactory of MIessrr. 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.
i"t It1 I 1 ON-'l.-l'- i) by a person well
)77 .. I1, l i. I .. ,.i .. i set ot BOOKS or to
act a!- i- ,n i t i ...,., ..r : ior Grocery W are-
house. In tthie last nameil business he has been many
ye. rs largely engaged, and in either would be de-
sirousot s 1-I,..- ln -elt useful; his connections in
the States 1 .. 1 .-1 and Virginia are large and in-
fluential. Apply at this office, eod8t* t(e9
J. C hi) 0 !.E: D PENCILS.
T1HE1 ndersigned has now on hand and offers
for sale a full assortment of Jackson's I ead Pen-
cils, and lead points, the latter of 4 sizes. These well
known and superior lead pencils are marked as fol-
lows,
S are soft for shading
h harder.
h h foru c.- ..ii-. house
h I h hfor engravers
h h h th for engineers
Orders directed to me r..l.. 'I,-: ni- money or ap-
proved reference will be duly attended to. The above
are not a new and Ltrfin.j.,di. i- having sold them lor
15years. I\ LLIA',I I)[NEL,
NO. 8 ,..n l. '.it. -i.
P Agent for the Manufacturer.
Philadelphia, 1841. ja 22 eo8t
0 -l 10 1i T.E,-', U( I I" iR, FEATHEHS
&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 assortm- tn1t t .i( ii-_ Il F. I,,n..J WINES,
forsale by JI'l-.PHI' 1'\ I I.i)l .t' SON,
fe 13 Id2w corner of Eutaw and German sts.
B ALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD
NOTES, bought and sold by
fe 17 JOHNSTON & LEE.


PUBLIC SALDg.

~By u o'bt. J. Taylor Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN S'IREET.
PACKAGE SALE.
HIS MORNING, 18th inst. at halfpast9o'-
clock, by Catalogue-
1 0 PACKAGES FRESH SPRING
50DRY GOODS.
-ALSO-
6-4 and 3.4 Barnsly Table Diaper; 10-4 Linen Sheet-
ings
Brown Linens; 4-4 and 7-8 Irish Linens
Super Brown Hollands; Tape Check Muslins
Summer Cloths; Cambric Prints
Rich new style Printed Lawns and Jackonets
9-8 French Printed Muslins; White and Black Cot-
ton Hose
Fancy Madder Prints; Furniture Prints
Blue and assorted Colored Drills; Madder Stripes
Pittsburg Cords; Wilmnington Stripes
Mariner V-t,,.ti,., Victoria Cords
Cadet and Mt,, i Mi,-.d Jeans; Bath Cassimeres
Cotton 'T'ickirg'. Indiao Checks and Plaids
Oxford M,'..t .:-a,.i-l.. Kentucky Jeans
Cadet and Draper Mixed Cloths
Beaver Cloths; Madison "oril .-'
Scotch and Domestic Gingham Umbrellas
Gros-de-Naples Umbrellas; German Silesias
Pongee Hdkls; Fancy Pantaloon Stuffs, &c. &c.
fe 18 ItR. A. TAYLOR & CO.

FRENCH GOODS.-Included in our sale by
catalogue THIS DAY, will be found a 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 Soie
Colored Gro de Naples; Colored & Blue Black Gro de
Swisse
Gros d'Atrique; Plain Poult de Soie
Chine Poult de Soie; Silk Ribbons, 3-4 & 12-22
Plaid and Fig'd Gauze Ribbns; Satin Ribbons
Figured andt Plain Biack Satin Vestings
Filet Shawls; Filet Gloves and Mitts
Fancy Handkerchiefs
Colored Striped and Plain Blue Black Reps
Colored, bordered, corded and hemstilched 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 arid 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 Taflfeta Ribbons; Plaid Taffeta Ribbons, &c.
R. A. TAYLOR &CO.
By ienrya Si-,ria- S) Co.
No. 11 GERMAN STREET.
O N WEDNESDAY MORNING, 24th inst.,
at 1 past 9 o'clcok, on the third flor of our war-
house, we will sell by catalogue-
*) 5 PACKAGES BRITISH, FRENCH
Sand AMERICAN DRY GOODS. Cat-
alogues will be prepared and the goods arranged for
examination the day before the sale.
fe 18 HENRY BEADEL &. CO.

LOTII SALE BY CATALOGUE.-On
SATURDAY MORNING, 201h inst. at I past
9 o'clock, we will sell by catalogue-
-S9 PIECES FINE SUPER AND EX-
?0 TRA SUPER CLOTHS AND CASSI-
MERES. Catalogues will be prepared and the goods
arranged for examination the day before the sale.
fe 13 HENRY BEADEL & CO.
By o110anfftaus a Co.
No. 6 North Charles street.
LOTH SALE.-TUESDAY MORNING, 23d
inst. at 91 o'clock, on 2d floor of our warehouse,
we will sell-
g ildhd PIECES er.- Extra Super CLOTHS
300.&( \ < 1 Ilil.L-.
fe 17 HOFFMANS & CO. Auct.

SALE OF FINE OLD BOTTLED WINES.
O N MONDAY the 1st day of March, at II o'-
S clock, at our Warehouse No. 5 North Charles
street, we will sell, in order to close a concern, in lots
to suit purchasers, a stock of rare and CHOICE
WINES, *.. i,.- I,- i.'serve, or the residuum of im-
portations ,.', .-n- : .' years,imade under especial or-
ders and conditions, both as to character and qualities;
and laid up with great care and attention-consisting
of about-
Sto Ah DOZ. bottles Old London PARTICU-
14 NO LAR MADEIRA, and
1620 dozen bottles Old Pale, Gold, and BROWN
SHER.KY
Catalogues will be ready on the 20th instant, and
sample bottles, or boxes if preleried, of each descrip-
tion can now be had of us, at the average price ob-
tained for the same at the sale.
fe 18 HOFFMANS & CO.
StlOI- EEMUSICALE.
{ R. KOSSOWSKI respectfully announces
IT 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 ,Il. .-i.. Messrs. M I1A NLk L, NEL NI NtE.L.
A.\II.N ,n.i BOUCHER.
1ST PART.
1 Duo concertanti, for2 Violins,Mr.Nen-
ninger and Mr. Allen, Kallinodo.
2 Andante, (Mr, Kossowski,) i Ah,.l ie.
3 Sceria front, \,'- ... (Mr. Boucher,) Pair.
4 Fantasia f,...ini -I..i..,, (Mr. Koasows-
ki,) Thalberg.
2ND PART.
I Gallop C( h,..., it... I 1,Kossowski) Lisst.
2 Solo for .. V.. i.., i.:. Allen,) de Beriot.
3 Aria from Der Freyschutz, (Mr. Bou-
char,) Weber'
4 Fantasia from Guill. Tell, (Mr. Kos-
sotvski,) Dohler.
Mr. Kossowski is indebted to the politeness of Mr.
Miller tbi 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 Bookstoie and at the dooron thie evening of per-
lormnance.
Concert to commence at 8 o'clock. P fe 16
NOTICE.
rgIHE Partnership heretofore existing between the
A ii,.]I.,,.-l under the firm ot JOSEPH TAY-
LOR '. -' 1-N, thhis day dissolved by the withdrawal
Joseph Taylor.
The GROCERY FORWARDING AND COM.
MISSIOtN BUSINESS will be continued by ED-
WARD TAYLOR, on his own account under the
style of Joseph Taylor 8 Son as 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
A i_-! -I-r1 >.-t akili "-D C9.'4%l3M1Etc .
F | i>,UBSCRIBRS have onihand, superfine
/. M .,.I and piece dyed Black, Blue, Invisible
Green, Grass Green. Citron, Olive, Brown, Drab and
Gaey mixed CLOTHS, with superfine Wool and piece
dyed Black, Blue, Drab and Fancy CASSIMERES,
'.a I.,:h . i i *.. the advanced stage of the season,they
"t1' :-JI I '.-tr small advances on the action prices.
Persons wishingto purchase are respectfully request-
ed to give them a call. DORSEY & NELSON,
13 Baltimore st, 3d door
fe 17 West of Market Space.
Y3 l1 L Si* LACES--The largest and prettiest
.M ........ m. ot 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,
he 13 __ No. 52 Hanover street.
rO1OTTON & TOBACCO--For sale by
'L JOtIN P. PLEASANTS & SONS,
56 South street.
.3l_! BALES VIRGINIA COTTON, in good
H. -P order and well packed.
i J| HHDS. VIRGINIA TOBACCO, for
,IB-dc shipping or manufacturing. fe 15 d4t
8* lI *VSI1I li Lt 0 & :c -
I 3809 bushels Coal suitable tor Furnaces &. Grates
2000 do fist quality do. for Black Smiths' use.
For sale by WILLIAM CHILD,
ALSO forsale Vinegar in barrels and tieices
OLD CHEE.E-Rose Water in Demijohns
Wli.,, }.i,t,.t.ap and CAST IRON
(r.,. tt l.'..''.,, COCOA, Satin and Lance Wood
Qiiillia Bark, ansl Russia Mats. Apply to No. 88
South street Bowly's wharf. d4t* fe l5


mpREASURY NOTES & SPECIE DFI'S.
. 10)00 in Teasury NOTES
$989,64 check on Washington payable in specie,
for sale by R. & A. CARTER,
fe 16 74 Bowly's wharf.
!'TEJRLING BILLS, in sums to suit purcha-
h. sers. for sale by
fe 16 W.G. HARRISON.
SPECIE- $400 in SOVEREIGNS, for sale by
S J. W. OSBORN,
t;- i,-. g_ Bl _,r:B .i i f
11'\ll t AG L; UA Lli-t- I ION 1'....* .II
E J. W. .O!'1.i.N.
fe 16 82 Bowly's whf.
S111 LA IJLLLPHIA FUNDS WANTED.-
Chtiecks and Bank Notes on Philadelphia, want-
ed by te 16 JOHNSTON & LEE.
SIKiGINIA MON EY-Wanted by
v H. WIGMAN,
ie 16 opposite Post Office.
VIRANAKLIA I,.tI,%R sU0 I ES -Wanted by
IV H. WIGMAN,
fe 16 opposite PostOffice.
rMlDE W 'ATEiZ U CANAL NOTES-Wanted
1. by H. WIGMAN,
fe 16 opposite Post Office,
EXCHANGE ON NEW ORK, ftorsaleby
ILUDLOW, PARSHALL & C(O.
te 15 111! Baltimore street.
IV EW YORK anst FUNDS, for sale by
i PHILADElPHIA PAId) & BRO.
fe 9 d6it 165 Baltimore street.
CIiECKiSON Pt ILIADkLPJIA, NEW
YORK & BOSTON, lor sale by
fe 17 JOHNSTON & LEE.
REASURY NOTES WANTED, apply to
S fe 16 F. W. BRUNE & SON.
I (EIl~'1 **t If U% .1 NOTES,
V wanted by fe 17 JOHNSTON &LEE.
r (---N. tiik --I'Ii D d, ig1i,
%54 500 0 in sums to suit purchasers, f,,r sale
by A. SCHUMACHER&CO.
fe 17 d3t Soulh Charles st.
'%EW YORK & VIRGINIA FUNDS,-
r\1 anted by
CARTER, MORTON & CO.
fe 17 135 Baltimore st,
B" USTON FUN DS- lUOU at Sight, folr sale by
Hp BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
tfe 17 Commerce st.
BUTLER & WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
R EFER TO Erskine &. Eichelberger, Balt-
J. Taylor & Son, $ more.
Riggs & Co. Phila-
Morgan, Crutcher & Co. t delphia.
fe 9 d2m
FRANKLIN BANK OTES will be receiv-
ed at par unto thie first of May next, for Ground
PLASTER, either in barrels, in,- or bulk at Steam
Plaster Mill, No.7 Dogan's w r,.,, by
fel eo4t ALEX. HAMILL CO.
f'l ROUND PLASTER.-Tie subscribers are
Inow manufacturing and intend keeping this ar-
ticle for sale. BAY LIES & TYSON,
1 mo. 23 eoAw Patterson st. lower end.


r LIC SLLES.
By R. Letnmmon Co.
SALE POSTPONED.
On TUESDAY, the 23rd inst, at 11 o'clock at
the auction stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of
the brig Frances Jane, (not landed in time for'to-day)
consisting of-
l Q][ HHDS PORTO RICO SUGAR,
Ii96 --part represented to be of superior quali-
ty. le 16 R. LEMMON k CO.

O N WEDNESDAY, 24th inst. at 11 o'clock, at
auction stores on Buchanan's wharf-
41741 BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE.
-41U4 part of choice quality.
Catalogues will be prepared and the samples may be
examined the day before the sale.
fe i5SR. LEMMON & CO.
By Wim. G. Harrison.
O'DONNELL'SWHARF.

THIS DAY, the 18th inst. at 10 o'clock, at the
warehouse of J. Crosby Commerce st., for account of
whom it may concern.
9941 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
111 boxes Muscatel.RAISINS
Damaged on the voyage of importation from Mal-
aga. W. G. HARRISON.
-WILL BE ADDED-
HALF &EGS OF GRAPES
HAL fe 8WM.G. HARRISON.
T RUSTEE'S SALE.-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.
Harrison. the following LIQUORS-
3 pipes Holland GIN
1 do Mixed BRANDY
1 do Domestic do
12 do Cognac do
5 qr. tasks WINE
10 bbls Old Rye WHISKEY.
JOHN HANAN, Trustee.
fe 15 W. G. HARRISON, Auct.
ON THURSDAY, the 25th inst,at 11 o'clock,at the
Warehouse of J. C. Clarke, in Howard street, for
account of whom it may concern, to close sundry
consignments, for CASH
559 BACON HAMS
W1 1050 SHOULDERS |
Will be added- .All of last season's
95P l I A MlS I care.
959 250 SHOULDER J
fe 16 WM. G. HARRISON.
By J. If. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, COR-
NER OF N. GAY A1ND RONT STREET'S.
VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOR
SALE.
Y VIRTUE of the general order of Baltimore
County Court, passed in relation to the estates
o, Insolvent Debtors, the subscriber, as permanent
trustee of James Tracey, an Insolvent D)ebtor, will
offer forsale at public auction on THURSDAY, the
eighteenth day o1 February next, at one o'clock, P.
M. at the EI. l..i.- i,. the City of Baltimore-
ALLL'1ti-OL tiiil PIECES OR PARCELS
OF GROUND, situate and lying in the City of Bal-
timore, which are contained within the metes and
bounds, courses anddistances following, that isto say:
beginning for the first parcel on the line of the
north side of Franklin street at the distance of three
hundred teet and eleven inches westerly from the cor-
ner formed by the intersection of the north side of
Franklin street, and the west side of Pearl street and
running thence westerly, bounding on the north side
ot Frankhn street twenty-four feetand one inch to the
parcel of ground herein after next described, then
northerly bounding on that ground and parallel with
Pearl street one hundred and twenty feet to Chesnut
alley, then easterly bounding on said alley twenty-
four feet and one inch to intersect a line drawn north-
erly parallel with Pearl street from the beginning,and
then reversing the said line so drawn and bounding
thereon southerly ;o the place of beginning (being tihe
same parcel of ground which by indenture, bearing
date the fifteenth day of May in the year eighteen hun-
dred and thirty.four, and recorded among the Land
Records of Baltimore County Court, in Liber T. K.
No. 237, folio 511, &c. was demised and leased by
Francis R. Bowly, to the said James Tracey and his
assigns for the term of ninety nine years, renewable
forever, at and under the yearly rent of sixty dollars
and twenty cents, in equal half yearly payments ot
thirty dollars and ten cents each, on the first day of
September and March, respectively in each year,
accounting from the first day of March, in the year
eighteen hundred and thirty-five.)
And beginning for the second parcel on the line of
the north side of Franklin street, at the distance of
three hundred and twenty-five lfeetwesterly from the
corner formed by the intersection'ot the north side of
Franklin street and the west side of Pearl street, and
running thencelwesterly bounding on the north side of
Franklin street filty teet six inches and one-half of an
inch, then northerly parallel with Pearl street one
hundred and twenty-feet to Chesnut alley, then east-
ly bounding on the south side of Chesnut alley filfty
feet six inches and one-half of an inch,and then south-
erly by a straight line one hundred and twenty feet
to the place ot beginning (which last above describ-
ed parcel of ground was also by indenture, bearing
even date with that above referred to, and recorded
among the Land Records aforesaid, in LiberT. K. No.
237, folio 509, &c. demised and leased by said Fran-
cis R. Bowly to the above named James Tracey and
his assigns for the term of ninety nine years, re
newable forever at yearly rentot sixty thiee dollars
and eighty six cents, payable in equal halt yearly
payments of thirty one dollars and ninety ;three
cents at the periods and accounting from the time
above mentioned.
The above property is improved by a large
and well built two story BRICK DWELL-
ING HOUSE, new and in good order, and is
in a most delightful neighborhood.
The terms of sale are cash on the day of sale, or at
the option of the purchaser one-half of the purchase
money with interest, to be paid within six months,
andt the remaining half with interest, within twelve
months from the day of sale-to be secured by notes
with security to be approved by the subscriber, as
trustee.
Possession of the above property will be delivered
on the first day of April next.
WM. GEORGE BAKER,
Permanent Trustee, No. 20 St. Pauls st.
______90PA_______ J. I. GROSS, Auct.
9 9e PA(CKA(KS BOOTS, SHOES,
i HATS, &c.
rI FPFANY, FITE & CO. No. 199 Baltimore
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 respectfully invite the attention of Country
Merchants and purchasers generally to their Stock,-
which consists in part of
250 cases Mens and Boys' Seal, Kip, Calf and
coarse peg'd and sew'd BOOTS
60 do Mens and boys coarse BROGANS
125 do Kip, Calf, Sewed and
prg.-.l MONROES
18 do 'i. i, dance and heel PUMPS
10 do fine Calf; peg'd and sew'd Shoes
15 do Youths and Childs MONROES
20 do Misses Kid and Leather Welts and
Slippers
50 do Womens sew'd &b peg'd Welts & Boots
34 do do fine.Kid Slippers and WELTS
200 do Fur and Russia bl'k and Drab HATS
15 do BI'k ant drab Wool HATS
40 (1o Palm Leaf do
25 do Fur, Hair and Cloth CAPS.
With a variety of other articles, making a full and
complete assortment, fel6 d4t
800,000 BRICKS.
THE subscriber has for sale 800,000 BRICKS such
as pressed bricks, best and common front bricks,
red bricks, best and common paving'bricks, long arch
and cornice bricks, and all other kinds usually mann-


fractured.
They will be sold at fair prices and on favorable
terms, and can be examined as to quality and color
at the Brick yard on South Light st., near the Metho-
dist cemetery, The greatest 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 at my dwelling in Columbia street west of
Green st. WM. KREBS.
fe 16 4t RS
SHIE SUBSCRIBER orders some highly valua-
ble BUILDING LOTS, situated near the Wash-
ington Monument, and in otier improving parts of
the City-end several DWELLING HOUSES in de-
sirable sitnations-for sale, or they will be exchanged
at liberal rates, for
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. JAM(SON.
A CARD.
R. WILLIAM H. SELBY, recently from
Worcestert'..,,,t ..I no,,, residing in Baltimore
County, six mile I,'. ;i, F'iit,, upon the York Road,
and on the Farm tie recently purchased from Hon. S.
Hillen, formerly the property of Mr. Bullet,and oppo-
site Jackson's Hotel-offers his Professional Services
to the citizens of Baltimore County. References:-
Hon. Ara Spence, Chief Judge,
Hon. Win. Tingle, Associate Judge, I of Worcester
Hon. Teagle Townsend, of the Senate, Coun
Drs. John S. Martin & T. RIt. Spence, I ty.
Dr. Jas. R. S. Purnell, J
Dr. C. H numphreys, o'Somerset, Co.
Isaac D. Jones, .
Hon. S. Hillen,
P. Poultney,
Drs. Orrick and Risteau, of Baltimore C ounty.
Hon. H. Ely, and
M. Duvall, )
N. R. Smith, Professor of Surgery in the University
of Md.
fe 15 2aw? PRSeo3t
-MYRNA FIGS-200 drums London selected
S extra Eleme Smyrna FIGS, put up for particular
family use.
250 drums London selected Eleme Smyrnu FIGS
1364 drums super London market selected to good
Smyrna Figs, of various qualities and prices received
from Smyrna via Boston, for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 17 l6t 1:Exchange Place.
0O0 DOZ. Taylor's Persian Spool COTTON
S 200 doz. Parsons & Hughes' do.
300 doz. coloured do.
2 cases low priced Linen Cambric HDKFS.
150 doz. COTTON HOSIERY. Just received
and for sale by B. C. WRIGHT,
te 17 No. 151 Baltimore street.
IL-Winter Sperm Oil,bleached and unbleached
Fall do do
Patent Lamp do
Whale do
In bbls.hhds. and tierces, constantly on hand
and for sale oy SUMNER, ROBINSON & CO,
fe 17 if Zo. 15 Bowly's whf,


PtBUIlC SALES.

By J. F. Osbourn A& Co.
iNo. .J, b. ClIA hLL. sT'R.Ei'.

W E HAVE in preparation an externi'e sale
of new and splendid Baltimore m i tre IU r \ ,-
TURE, on the first, second and third floors of our
warehouse.
Catalogues will be ready and the time of sale an-
nounced in a few days.
Persons who may wish to add to the sale will for-
ward their consignments as early as possible.
fe 18 J.F. OSBOURN & CO.
J OHN F. OSBOURN, in recommending the
AUCTION & COMMISSION BUSINESS, re-
spectfully solicits the patronage of those who favored
him while formerly in business. and trusts that his
past promptness in settling all sales entrusted to him
will be a sufficient guaranty for his future punctuality
and attention to the interests of consigners.
he 18 O JOHN F. OSBOURN.
By I". W. Boot.
60 BALTIMORE STREET.
ROCERIcs, HERRINGS, FINE CHI-
NA, HARDWARE, LOOKING-GLASS'
PLATES, new and second-hand FURNITURE,
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, &c. The foregoing,
embracing a considerable collection, together with 10
barrels of Baltimore Herrings, No. 1, and other Fish,
anda set of French China, will be sold at my auction
room THI8 MORNING. Also, there is room for
any addition which may offar.
Ie 18 It H. W. BOOL, Auct.
HIS MORNING, 18th February, at rn Stire
at 10, a large stock of Hardware; a Ilarg-: iavern
Stove; 60 Chairs; Refrigerators; Wardrobe; 2) Look-
ing Glass Plates; Music and Musical lnstrunments; 60
dozen of Newmark's Blacking; Groceries; Clothifg;
Hardware; Cutlery. A Library of Books at Privte
Sale; anew edition of Tippecanoe Song Books, li'e
of Gen. Harrison; Pianos; Saleratus; 10,000 feet of
Veneering of excellent quality; 20,000 pounds Turkey
Oil Stone.
To Debating Societies-A large Room well adapted
for large assemblages. H. W. BOOL, Auct.
fe 18
By 4. Whiteley,
20 PRATT STREET, OPPOSITE RAIL ROAD DEPOT
S 00 PACKAGES APOTHECARIES
SWARE AT AUCTION.-ON TUES.
DAY, Feb'y. 23d, at the Warehouse No.43 S. Charles
street, without reserve to close a concern, ,' ladrge a.-
sortment of VIALS; Patent Med. do; Qr. P.,c i.Or-
TLES; Pint do; FLASKS, &c. comprising every ar-
ticle in the Line. A Positive Sale Terms liberal.
Catalogues will be furnished and the goods ready for
examination the day previous to the sale.
fe 13 A. WHITELEY, Auct.
By Richard .I. Hall .'" 40.
N. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIAOlR-ST-
SUPERIOR PORT, SHERRY AND MA-
DEIRA WINES.-On FRIDAY AFTER-
NOON the 19thinst. at 31 o'clock, we will sell at our
Rooms a choice lot of Port, Sherry and Madeira
Wines, in bottles and Demijohns, viz;-
12 doz. Madeira Wine very old
3 Sherry do 6 years in bottles
4 Old Port ds and
6 Demijohns Madeira each containing 5 gallons-
Also 5 bags Pimento. R. M. HALL bS CO. Aucts.S
fe 18 dt S
N. B.-The Room now occupied by us will be for
rent the 1st March.
Dy Wever, Cannon 4" Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
FURNITURE.-ON FRIDAY MORNING,
"Feb. 19th inst. at 10 o'clock, at oursales room,
No. 28, South Charles street, we will sell various lots
of new and second hand FURNITURE, consisting ia
part of Bureaus; Tables; Wardrobes; Chairs; Work-
stands; Rocking Chairs; high and French post Bed-
steads, &c. &c. A Iso, an invoice of Chinas, Glass and
Queensware, in lots to suit purchasers. Terms, cash,
in Bankable money.
WEVER, CANNON & CO.
fe 18 PC Aucts.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF UPHOLSTERY,
PAPER HANGINGS AND FIIRNI I IlIL.-
On SATURDAY MORNING, Feb. 27th inst. at 10
o'clock, by order of the Trustee, we will sell u ifhinnit
reserve for cash, the entire stock of Upholstery, Pa-
per Hangii,.. aind Furniture; contained in store No,
78t1 bai',m re street, between Holliday and South sts.
Consisting in part of French, English and American
Paper Han gmigs; lig'd and plain Damasks andt Ma-
reens, various colors; blue and crimson Velvet Plush;
Fringe and Tassels; Ornaments; Straw Matting; Mat-
tresses; mahog. spring seat Sofas; mahog. spring seat
Rocking Chains; Ladies Sewing do; Ottomans; Vene-
tian Blinds; high and French Post Bedsteads, &c. &c.
WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
fe 16 P eodt23.&dts
STEAM CANDW AND SUGAR REVINE-
lY.
R L. & A. STEUART, Corner of Greenwich
and Chambers streets, NEW YORK, are now
manufacturing and offer for sale CANDY, SUGAR
PLUMS, &c., 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-
ear refining, they will continue to manufacture CAN-
DY,&c.,superior in quality to any made in this coun-
try or Europe, at nearly or quite as low prices as. the
inferior qualities are usually sold. Hav.rm incr-,.1
their buildings, they are now prepared tn ix-c.n-' i.hi
largest orders for CANDY or REFINED SUGAR
at the shortest notice. Country dealers are requested
to call and examine the quality ot Candy sold at this
establishment before purchasing.
Candy carefully packed in boxes of 20, 25, 50 and
100 pounds, for the Southern and We-lein markets,
and delivered in the city or shipped, i, lthout rr'i._1 ,
for boxes or cartage.
REFINED SUGAR.-Double Refined Loaf pack-
ed in boxes, barrels, or loose; Crushed and Ground
Loaf Sugar in barrels, Sugar House Molasses in Hhds.
and Tierces. The above Sugars are refined by steam
without the use ot clay or blood. P* fe 16
NOTICE'.
T HE STOCKHOLDERS in the Baltimore and
Potomac Steam Packet Company, are requested
to attend a special meeting of said Compsny,either in
person or by attorney, to be held at the office of Sam-
uiel Wilson, McElderry's Wharf, ON THURSDAY
NEXT, the 18th inst. at 12 o'clock noon, for the aur-
pose of accepting or rejecting a supplement to their
charter, with a supplement, both of which, were pass-
ed by the Legislature of the State of Maryland, now
in session, and to determine upon what course they
wish pursued, with regard to a continuance of 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,
fe 16 3t SAM. WILSON, Treasurer.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
F-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, fe 15 3m
1MBRIE & FARNUM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (up stairs)
H 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 Laines
Fine Fancy Mixed GAMBROONS
Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
6-4 Tape Check M USLINS, assorted qualities
4-4 Bishop's LAWN, No. 6 to 14.
ALSO-20 cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON, white and assorted colors, fe 10
DOUCHET <& LEGENNE;
86 BEAVER ST. NEW YORK,
H AVE RECEIVED by late arrivals, a good as-
sort ent of Goods for the season, consisting of,
Black Drab D'ETE
Plain black and blue black BOMBAZINES
Figured Bombazines, light colours
do ito black and blue black
Printed MOUSELINE DE LAINE
Plain CHECKS, blue, black and colored
Printed CHALLYS
New style Worsted GOODS, for gentlemen's wear.
fe 6 dim*


IMPORTANT TO BUYERS.
A STOCK OF' BLACKSMITHS BEL-
LOWS for sale 15 per cent below the cost to
manufacture to close the concern, sizes from 30 to 40
inches, warranted in every respect. Purchasers are
particularly invited to call and examine them\before
purchasing, as they will be sold at such prices as will
make it an object. Apply early in Water street near
Light street, over the Blacksmtth Shuop 01 Wiilidi
Simpson. d3w* fe 8
L OT yesterday, between Johnson & Lee's office
and Spear's wharf, a small pair of Steel SPEC-
T'ACLES. The finder will please leave them at this
office. 4t fe 16
C OR IlAC A0 .IRAF'I', from Auerbach, G. D.
Baden, Germany, is requested to make known
his present residence to H. Classen, in Baltimore,and
he will hear of something to his advantage.
fe 16 4t*
W AN TED.-Wanted a situation in a W holesafe
S Dry Good Establishment as a SALESMAN,-
by a young man from the South ofVa., who can give
first rate testimonials as to private character, and ebi-
lity of qualifications, with a general acquaintance from
that part of the State, he thinks he can render himself
useful to any concern. Apply to
ARMISTEAD & MANNING,
fe 16 41* No. 1711 Baltimore street.
NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF LEM-
UEL TAYLOR.
N OTICE is hereby given to the creditors ofLem-
uel Taylor, enuit.ed to a Dividend from the es-
tate of said Taylor as an insolvent debtor received by
the undersigned as Truiistee, that the fund having been
paid into Couit, the same has beenby 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 Tailor.
fe 16 4t* P*
DAVID IIOFFMIlAN'S WORKS.
1ATOR, Anthony Grumbler, Legal Outlines,
V Course of Legal Study, and Introductory Lec-
tures-for sale at PLASKIT & CUGLES' and in-te
principal book stores in the chief cities.
ja 27 d3m? P
N OTICE.-The subscribers have received by a
1 Wagon from Wheeling Va. a box marked Joha
G. Reid, Baltimore. The owner is requested to call,
pay the charges on it-and take it away.
A. GEORGE & CO.
fe 17 d4t No. 109 North Howard st.
OR SALE-A colored WOMAN, a good Cook
and House Servant, 24 years of age, and a slave
for lite.
Also, a BOY nine years ofage,a good waiter fior his
age. Apply at this office, fe 17 d4t
G OOD TABLE BUTTER.-4.000 Fresh Roll
XButter, this day received, part put up in 1 Ib.
Lumps, represeanteid as rem5 superior and forP sale by
DAVID THURSrTON,
fe 17 d4tl nPs! door to Bingham Depot, Howard st.
JUSSi1A GOODS-Heals Havens DUCL'K.,
1 CR,%-ari, Diapers and1 MATS; lor sale ay
PEABODY, RIGGS 8LCO.
fe 17 d2w P No. 7 German street.
B USStIT APPLES--100bbls. in prime ship-
ping order, for sale by
SWM. GUNNISON,
fe 17 99 Bowly 's wharf.











PITNLYC 7S-LS
TRUSTEES' PO
T HI E ude[rigned a Trii
saie on FrH L RSDA V. lli
inlt. a' I o'clock, P NI. al i
ol Bali"nore, the foll
No. 1 A LOT OF GHitUN
South west corner of h)rp 4
turniii.g iheiLe on Sharp
Itence weiterly ilo -y.x eli
toGerman street', anI Ihenc
6 inchesto lhe beginrir,
a thtee o BHRICt',K
pat ll t whi, i i a e,
Im ipper as a Dwelling
upon toe lot a large and ui b
which has beenrecently u .-e
This Lot will be sold subj
doill.ri. per
N,...\ .I. rHAT
FPER I Vn ,iie south side o
House, beginning on the sou
street 261 feet 6 inches ea
of G. Hughes and Covingto
I' '.i l i.. Ori Hughes store
Pj, Vadneir,'. Line, then
or less to the North side of .
thence westerly on Montgomr
or less; thence northerly 1
the place of begin
This property is bounde
substantial stone wharf on
about 220 feet, recently erec
ing lately used as a marble
8,,bi-,. I.' a ground rent
I einiofsale 1-3 c.h. it i
with interest, to be '.r,
payment of which a ttl
WM.J.
WM. A. T
fe 2 2awts P
S WEVER, CANNOT
B Y VIRTUE i. t Inr,
subscriber will offer fo
at tree d'clock P. M.
of April next,
All that LOTOR PAR
ate in Baltimore city, on
.iref-i. b-Rinr, ir, forthe s
lersa,.iori ol Bliiim re a
Baiiiinonro i'i H i Ie', ]
ii -) .eilil f.-i ir 'i r less:
suill'ii *-.,irr Ic iiln.lii
A i (iii. m1. is erect
Tflm ILIN ; & &ToiRE, a
I,.!.-ii..g--l oI t.il-i-f
T ri- ,1 ,i.i j t (uii.l.r-d
tion of the city for a groc
sto
The Lot i- ',l.ject Ih its
rent of S ,,i. a u, iot
Title unincumbered. Terms
due in three and six mon
wthichnotes, bearing inte
proved by the Trute w
fe2 SP 2awts WM
I IHE SUBSUHIlBEIt b
vested in him as Trustee,
P. M., on the eighth day
mises, by Pu
ALL THAT LOT OR
situate in the City of Balt
Baltimore street-Beginnin
tance of 18 feet Easterly
tersection of Baltimore and
thence northerly to the out
longing to the late David
ing on said outline: and th
grees and a halft; east sixty
and thence westerly boun
Baltimore street about twen
to the place
A L On this Lot is erect
I1TffBLUILDINi.,with
2-6 l Ji..o of rick-but the
are in an unfinished slate,
tion of a ground rent of on
-which proportion
The terms of Sale are, one
ney cash, one third in fou
eight months, with interest
which credit payments not
proved by the Truste
fes2 SP 2awts WM.
1,'A LIIA ABLE CII It
SPLERI AT AUCT
.AFrE.h Nh .-N, the 27th F
on the premises, in fee s
at the corner of Pleasant a
ir.,, ithe Hillen street
mi nts thereon, consi
DING, &c., as left by
S and Pleasant streets
on toe Lot for the erectio
on Pleasant st. and for th
ing now erected,which wou
ings, or for shops, there b
creasing thorough
H. W. BO
For all kinds of Real
All kinds ofout-door sal
perintendence-ana liberal
to 15 2awls
WHARF AND LUM
itE
j 0 RENT-The square
Dock, Block and Point
front of 500 feet and a stre
ing an entire Squaie enclos
itjod having a Bric
T ofin the premises. It
JUU ..r LUMBER or COAL
ii,- i, ..i roomy and convene
convenient to the Rai
H. HOWA
fe 12 OD nlsw
TO
TrHE[ SUBSCRIBER wi
'' v.ar. or fora short te
---mm *'l. GARDEN situate i
site the Carmelite Nunnery, bM
Henry Moore. The Larden is
FrulTs, such as Pi \l
RIES, &c. &c., besides a r
ment of SHRUBBERY an
,, ....irfortable DW
'5 tr.,rises, situated n
,,, To horticulturist
it ini. garden offers
with. For te
ST. GEO. W
of 8 P d Offic
t; AZL ITr OFF
i, i h l.L \'L I- I 1 pr
,i.L.3il i I' ,,l's street
S,. i., .- .ie Office" will
a term olyears-the situati
ble one, either for a print
, sines for which the bui
near Baltimore street. Po
diately. For terms, app
premises, or of
fe 3
tIO1Ti'TKI PLACk S--I
X-' 9 to 10 acres each for
for sale at a reasonable p
situated within and two wi
all within a very short di
lsalthy, and soil ';. i. ,,
ket, or dairy F.RI', .
would make desirable
Stocks aol other security
ken in payme
ELDER, GEL
fe 9 opposite Western
TO BtE
aTHE HOUSE in East
at present in the occ
eron, Esq. will be rent
on or about the llth of M
to Dr. Nicholas L. Dashi
andi Market streets, Fell'
Finksburg, Carroll Coun
paid.
fe 6
J- FO. RENT-.-The
14 N. Liberty st,, rece
iG. & N. Popplein as a
tion is one of the thst in
business and is in fine'rep
moderate by application
Hanover
SUMNER, ROB
fe 17 lw
tiirt KENTi-The
'Tl.,i sloryand ba
,i- r- i a o c c uptr e e t b
M r !s 1,, i.me, 'i occup


house can be seen between
ternoon. Possession give
LOWRY
fe 17 dtf P
7-- j'(J ItS l'l '--A ri'
DEBH D[n LI.I.lNG, 5l b .0
J "UJB inr, on, L-miig'o -i.
I t hr i0 ,1 [. mrp 1 f ri n e .
sian given on the 10th M
GEO. R.
fe 16 eo4t* G
F. 1.OK RE-NT-The
f. '. t., house on the n
q',t ir., Sharp street,
and Dalrymple. Possession
apply to MAGRUD
orto SAM'L.
ocl6 dtf 1 u
S FOR RElNT-Tie th-
DWELLING on Pritt st
m low Exeter, now occu
PeterKin. Early possession
Apply to HENR
de 28 d '
FO..R, F %) i'AL-E-'-
f1t1-.- iitir.E',, i ,ii.s
nniAAAl, oih' i.,r BI.I,llIn
tI'i1 -i.Ir., ih tii -itl.'. .
al&.plu I T I-HOI
I.' .:i .
oi', -igh I! E Wh'her
fWi OW H'I ...' i HP ai.Hkl
fL~rented to a good tenant
and tue necessary repai
which willbe
G. B WILSON & CO.
ja 19 dt6t? P oppo
FOR REN'T'-A larg
t'.n,,iioiid ooR oui onth
lf .'iia'bl,' I.,ji
SHEPPARD &
fe 12 2awlf
A itiitl t, IN., Mcl
Ih ojm ii . k. d i,, a ou l l,;[; r.
rate. Apply to
feA II 4t I.
FOR "..LE r.-- I 1,
atedon HoloIII -i' 'a -I
lI'H.)iHN [Ii N
Ija 19 N
Li FOR RENT-The 3
Hfi IM NM; on Charles store
., -t. Apyt
p WM~nWL SN
t- tiL REN'IT.-Two ver
(Parlour aril] Cr'ambr.
I p. c'ahlie Boaiding tho
te2
4} I ol Rii.N'I'-A 6
f1ou n ,'ul r E ir Wes
Jli.j' ",n- Pump so c
at 11A,fouse. .1
%A I .1 G AIt.
.3' ... es up)r\pr. b
13. do. do. V'e
aor seil t)
fe 5 =It


..... .* P AT

C HANCERIRY S.1 L.L-Il
ih, HIligri <'.hr[ oilt h
subscriber as T %-iI'Is "Itl i
Exchange on I'lIlt- IDAl
next at I o'clock k, P M ir,
perty, the residue oft a te
newable f
All that LOT or parcel of
in the city of 'Baltimore, a
within !ihe I'-llosir-u n,,'-
dislanc-' 1-3 it-i-i ,i i t s
sl: el m :'t HBalm i.-. i-, .-
of a lot leased by Robert
and running thence eastw
aforesaid, twenty four f. e-,.
let with Lloyd street tc e.,I
hardly bounding on Salisbu
and thence northwardly lo t.i. O
the improvements thereon, (.r
S Brick HOUSE ard ..i..
perty is subject to a
dred dollars per annum
Terms of
te 16 THOS.
VALUABLE VIRGI
FOR
T WOOD AND TIBE
A TRACT OF LANO abo
District of Cotumbia and w
mac River and Quanti...) V.--i.
acres,800 of which is :., n .'
a portion of Virgin growth
Pine. On this Tract of L
BRICK DWELLING H
Io crniortable Room,
M %',:i:n, Passages Clo
alone cost a lew years ago
in good repair-the situtiat
as any in Virginia and in t
ligious community. The
valuable, 50 cls. per cord i
standing in the Woods, an
will yield from 70 to80 c
profitable wood trade is car
Columbia. The Timber on t
lua
The above property can be
crifice, if early ap
SELLMAN
fe P d8t corner
PRIVATE SCHO
HE UNDERSIGNED re
ces to the Public,that he
Siir .f Baltimore, on M
.I -rer, next, air English an
Boys, in which thorough instu
all branches of science uiual
ot a high order; and he ple
school apparatus ot the bek
teachers as they
Graduated at Dartmouth C
for the last ten years, a te
rated Select School o f
more recently principal in
of that city. tire innt-'rsi,
his liberal t jui a,,,ii, ,i, I
otfyouth, will induce par
mote their own interests i
their pa
The School will be opened
field's Church. Entranc
The following are the ter
in Latin, Greek, and Eneli-l
To those who study l', M.
able extra char
AARON B
For the convenience of t
the undersigned has liberty
gentl
REFER
Rt. Rev. W. R. W t
Rev. Dr
Rev. Dr
Rev. Dr.
Rev. Mr.
Charles G
Hugh Davy Eva
fe 13
MR. ARCH 1Et, (Graduat
dewy, at West Poin
BOARDING& DAY SCH
DI
Lexinglon street, 5 d
BALTI
HIS INSTITUTION is
embraciiga :i'....ic
instruction in all the bran
Educa
There is a Preparatory De
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prospec
studies, prices &c. &c. ma
the Principals at the sct
madeto Major Gen. Winf
Dennis H. Mahan, Prof.
J. W. Baily, Prof. (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. Gil
Esq.,Win. Reynolds Esq J
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. ., I'.
Rev. John Davis, Washi
Finney, Harford co, M d.
JOHN T.
"ETURNS his sincere tha
.IM the encouragement of hi
in the future still so to co
all a continuance of'ii, I,
manufacture in his best s
so much approved by al
PLOUGHS of all kinds and
ved by farmers; STR
and CULTIVATORS; CO
CUTTERS; Hillside PL
INGS for Ii', eai, and other
der by wholesale or retail
count given to dealers
His trends can also be fu
by Thos. Denney, Seedsman,
and Garden Seeds, such as t
upon favorable terms. Theb
him a call.
se 24 eo G
C .... EISE-
MPORTER AND
OF MUSICAL INSTRUME
timore Si',,-B -I, .tii. i .i
friends ..' 'hee Ii.,t.,t,' ."
and keeps constantly on b
mentof MUSICAL INSTR
celebrated Facto
These instruments are L., i,
directions, and neither p
spared to make them suitable
PIANO FORTES of the fin
celebrated Ernest Rosenkrr
octaves with metalic Plal
wood; they are warranted t
men's which can be impo
Rose and Satinwood G
silver mounted and si
with 15, 12, and 9kev
PETS; CORNOPEANS; B
BONES; OPH1LYDES, all
CORDIONS with 24,
Ttie above Instruments
Gicuhand
KENT BUGLES and Cor
best maker in London, C
VIOLIN STRINGS of 4 length
from
-AL
A Complete assortme
MENTS of all
C. H. E. continues to ma
netts, Bassoons, Obcs, dou
His instruments have been tr
the country, and pronounc
veral times received med
stit
The subscriber will sell w
most accommodating te
SUaQUlittANNA F
STONE MAN
TIl E subscriber respect
citizens of Maryland,
States generally, that he is
every variety of the above na
they can be had at any o
United States, and that all
at his risk, and all work
to any part of the Count
made to suit any purchase
favour him with their patr


tablishment he will keep
Anchor Brand BOLTINGCL
quality, an improved article
fect squar, meshed Cloth, a
article twenty per cent le
any establishment eitherin
as he is connected with anr
rect from Holland, which
This article is warranted al
bers and proper fineness, an
in
The subscriber will be f
Mill Stone Manufactory,
miles above Havre de Giac
nal, where all orders add
0. Hartbrd County Md. wil
and promptly
ALEXANDER
REFEREE.
Isaac G. Reynolds, (Pra
Deposi
B. S. Woolverton, Danv
CIRCU
TiHE MID-LOTHI
SCOMPANY, of Cthestr
beg leave to inform their c
ot biluminous coals genera
which their coals have sec i
have been in market, they hav
their mining operations, and
pared to supply large quant
ring the ensuing year, pos.
to all purposes for which b
to be used. Their terms
during the present year, v
average coals, put on boa
River below Manchester, up
For small coals suitable fo
bushel-ftor screened coalS
extra lump coal, 20 cent
deem it proper to state lotr
in manufacturing iron, ando
it has been satisfactorily a
are peculiarly suited to the
for smiths' work, impartin
cess great strech rl -
D during the p ,- ,.-i 'j....
ments were made by ditic
sioners, at the Navy Yard
iieus bituminous coals, wit
the use ot the Navy Depar
the various purposes for w
government. These trials
to the Mid Lothian coals,
tracts for supplies for
A. S. WO
President L. MA.
Richmond, Va.

The undersigned agent for
ceive and execute with 'c
any extent at the above pri
est current freight.
fe 16 Agent Mid-L
TO FIS
FOR SALE-A Second
'hauling rope, corks, &c
long, to fish in water, 22
to fish in any depth of wat
gether, will be sold in suc
chasers. Also 20,000 feet
oh Baltimore and
fe 1 eo8st


0 TO A Pl
.'/ CII.IN(E kI"ORR S
T -I IP ur.Ilern'iit. wtish
.mle [ore Ir s.n le. e.n a r
(0 \l I. \%N 1. tN[ ,\ l.h
the "St. Clair Rail Road.
is well known in the whole
markets, embraces an extends
on an almost unlimited lens
with the cars, horses, and al
an extensive business. It
to the debouchment, at the
bushels of Coal per day. H
nage. Several r ni-ceas ,f l
nexion 'hr. ,.ith. nInd, w
pense, may h.- r.-n.er'd .-
Ohio river.. .. r'-,. i.IXl
EIGHT THtlt \.IN) [:;
L
This valuable property, b
the Monongahela and Alleg
is.-' l i.tii,.i- to army
I't.' I 'i.- .fsale will
will amply repay any capital
For particulars, apply (byi
designed, or to Mr. Georg
Drung Establishment of Aver
Wood and Second stre
JN(O. ,Mi ..
Pittsburgh. Feb. 4, 18
I l I Il rI1. i t '-L t.:
JANUARY, 2,
ESOLLEDBYTHEt ...I
ryland, That the Tre.. ..
Shore proceed forthwith to ca
the Stockholders of the Che
Company at Frederick, upo
day, in pursuance of these r
adopted tor the regulation !.r
pany by Ihe Stockholders -.-i
July, .i- i:, h-iundred an
gate "'i..-..ti ani d past ma
and to take such luirthrorder
interest of the Stock
By order: .G
We hereby certify that ther
py of the or;ginalresolutio
es of Ihe Legislature ol
sion,
Given under ourhands at t
26th day of J
GEORGE G
Clerkofthe Houist i
JOS. H. '.It
Clerk of the Se
WESTERN SHORE T'I
ANNAP'OLIS, JANU
N OBEDIENCE to a resou
Assembly ol Maiyland, oet
ot which Ihec f..u-....- o
the resolution .1i ,. 0... ti.i f
a General 'M. i.. r. f ithee
peake and 1 'I l -. '1. d, C '
assemble and be held at thn
city ot Frederick, in Fred
on MONDAY, Ithe 8th day o
clock, M., "to investigate
and their r'. i: in.i.a .- c.,
order in thI-' r- no.-.,- ( ur
ers may 1..4 ,,, "
fe I1 %:I', n -sir
.11111 l [t~ti.1,,IN.
,, M 1.1 l 1, , 1
.IX1.l','I I.|i. 4 N '1.
struction in the Newly Inv
Manner'of WASHING, a p
complaints ofthhe head, ears
day Ir, it i r -. -i h- r. ,i.- -
ry, tuie I-%,,if I I. ,- i
anud lor the i,,.ne.,,lln- .,1,
and the removal of wrinkle
ness of the lace, producing
beautiful and freahl. Lad
to get direction and instr
miraculous manner of Was
on C. WILL & DICKEY,
for CH.G. SEIPPEL, where e
hear the particulars.
tII.'an.(I '.'i 4"l.IILLt
S PERHAPS more exteniv
highly esteemed than any ot
the United States. It has
won for ilselfthe ti.r o"'' ,
the most experiencc-' I .'t- .
mass of Consumers through
The manufacturer warrant
bearing his -i..s 'ii' tok
minate, and to .s I ,.', with h l
equal to that other t
MASON'S I ni 1.i:l',
TI'NG INK, has established
fame. It has no more iniu
penrs than the water whilt t
comes, on exposure to the s
piermanentJet Black. It i
extensively known, by the be
public institutions boIth NorthI
ranted to be a s
Both of these preparations
mediate direction of James S.
be depended upon as
JAMES S.
NOTICE-JAS. S. tIIASON
himself in business as
and the business in future wi
firm of JAMES S
JAMES S
JAAIES R
Agents for the Manufa
PRATT & KEi'TH,
fo 15 2awlm
II i h ,
i ENICY WEAVER,Sextou
respectfully intiorms lli
that he is now prepared t
I.. 'ir, i. ,..i FUS,' l'I" E SE
; I t1 ., I "I" the n sh
tie preparation of all mat
He also begs leave tocall thn
to COFFINS of a new and
made by himself, which e bays
baton o all wholhave seen
ot improved appearance, bult
purpose intended, andt can be
order in a plain or costly
invited to call adl examine
adjoining new Christ Ch
The subscriber is also prepa
construction of VAULTS,
in ar. i\ i.-i t\ h e. nu1 tr
and un I-j i. 1' 1 I:. satis
tolore given to all who havls
termination to use his uto
enable him t o promise satis t
sire his services.
re 5 eo6t_ _
FEVER AND
I R. KERS1HA '8
S AND FEVEIR MIXT D B
STRENGTH OF ANY OTHI
MIXTUR ES,-This Maledicin
to fail in curing these wo
It has been extensively use
single case has come to ttt i,
where it did nol t-. i;:.i\
disease, he can h u]i.l.,. ,n.,
confidence that whloever wi
statement to be true--Many
wheae the Mixture has pr
ing c
Prepared and sold by
Druggist, No.
This Medicine is prepared
as some persons prefer tha
and is composed of the san
ture in a more concentrate
efficacious as the Mixtur
KERSHAW'SAGUE AND
kept for sale by those
ja 14 l __
.tl L,.''K i;I.. it.
f *.,, s ,.,'.-,, \gent
House. is at all times prep
MADEIRA WINES OF
BRAND, so long known and s
best judges in thinsCoCnnrn
Wines are warranted
GiROWTHIfree irom ill acid
edition Ib, I' .'' il..' i,, .
house of l.. i (,h 1i 1 i
BURN was esaablishmed in
1784-they have always bee
especially otf late yeais, n
est Wines produced on
large stock constantly o
ned to maintain the nep
red by shipping none but
such as are likely to be i
clhmate. ''mi.- m;.l..1
OLD EST'.1.11.51 ^lr a!


stock, must possess over ou
up orders as they can find
not brought nip regularly in
evident to require any comn
convenience which will res
must soon be mniade manifest
trust to them. For further
THOMIAS B,
ia 21
r t|10 S*.lilf% I,,A i -
1- T'he Subscribers are well
t- *i ; il i n ii . .. ". .j i ,
... ..... .......... ...... p ly in teI-
'..1, ,I,,.,. .....-.. ,1.o f.,o u..
ands of volumes iave been writ
sent fashionablcesysaemn of pr
degree imperfect
Dr. Rush ( '--, if. ;' .i ..rII
ihe top nud .1 e .1. .
Dr. Hlervy says, "WVhat unauec
frames that we set ourselves so i
is new? nanany one behold, wiu
physicians, that alter the space
perience and practice of their r
medicine has been discovered that
tO pr-*. it, i.--,r r-- mI" -''-r- I
bl1c i..... -i, .. i I 1 i t o t
vishi biud over every hill indv v
will eventually entirely supi(erce
It i a- e -Plt .,t. h-.. ." -; ntd,
'- i; -i 1i. -i-r.i i, r -ii n ..
i riii -4-in, -L 1-r ii s ihit ai1i
been introduced for healthy icm
sent to an unl
We knIow not," says nr. Ree
the discovery of mercury, as abl
since the diseases itentailsae ars
cur
I' i .-. i r r iI. '.. i .' i .
bers of others, in diseases of al
grades, all of which have beue
1,11..1. *i P .. 1
It h. ----"u '.' ,.",. r ...,St
of Medical Practice,is well adao
' r ,, ..'. rei l- r. T1. ,
i I -. R,'-.' I: I.. t I t i l, i -
for the removal of disease ari e
in harmony with nar
The system of Dr. Thomuson i
comprehensive a manner that
iini..- l"s.i r iniili.'i ,,' i hi
.I iiii o n r .. .t hnsi ,'
ced in the whole practice that
leterious qua
Vi'' -, in. ....i. i.. r. S c Ib
op n, rt : ',h..i.-ii I' .ri., Ih
FA1I 'lli l i,," i ..in ,[ ii i ,, i
FAI AlliU ii .L!lgiisll. n

I.o1^ 0rH *i" \] 'i l / :h

DAVIO IIOFFM
ANEW WORK entilie
PEEP INTO MY NOTE 1
lished by Plaskitt & Cuglte
tle & Brown of Boston-Als e
author's "Thaough/s by GT
tion in two volumes, of the
as also of the "Legal Outli
those Booksellers,and may b
of the Union. All of these w
a time owing to the difficu
price of the legal works h
suit the times. A few copies
tures, and Syllabus,
ja 27 PRCS


T H IS IS TO GIVE NOT
scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
estate of DANIEL HEN,.
County deceased. All person
the said estate, are hereby wa
with the vouchers thereof t
hore the 8th d.,\ ..f t,,t w
be excluded I.) l.i, Irm ai
All persons indebted to sa
make immedi
Given iu..r i .I'. i id, ii i hi.l
hilR \lN C. DI'
fe 8 lawt* P*
rj qii. i,- I3 i ,) t.1 L .% w t
Sscribers have obtained t
of Baltimore County letters
personal estate otf JESSIE
ty, deceased. All persons
said es-tat- ira harehwy w
with thue % ,...'. mi.i .Ii .
elbre the 10!h day of N
otherwise by law be exclude
estate. All persons indeb
quested to make imme
tiGivren under our hands t
13
CHARLOTTE
ILEANDER A. FO
CHAS. FAR
fe!o10 law4t P
N 0.TI,.1 .t :- Ii s- I II. .
i e I I t,,.Jhe Orphans' ,1,' t (i
Baltimoie County, letters
of SAMUEL RIEMAN. late
ed. All persons having clai
sed, are hereby warned to ex
vouchers thereof, to tie i,
ltlh day of August .. \'-ii
law, be excluded from all
peirons indebted to there sa
make immediate
Given under ourt hands thi
HENRY RIEMA
DANIEL KALB
Isfe 12
Il. I.-i .- i I i .
l1altiioroe County, leters of
tate of NlEI.SON P. WINN,
ceasud. All persons lhavin
estate, are hereby warned
thle vouchers thereof, to t
(he 4th 'lay of Augnust, 18
law, be excluded from all b
persons indebted to the sa
make p
Given under my hand this
WILI.IA
if 4 1 aw4t
{l Clip" I I."i ViV." < N 1
ot Baltimore Connty, let
tlie personal Estate o
said county deceased. Al
gaint thie said deceased a
tie same wihi theu vouchers
on or before tlhe 4th (lay o
otherwise lby law be excludedi
Estate. All persons iniMeb
q'-i-,ted to make d
Given under my handtlhis
thousands eight hun
fe 4 Iaw4w
r '.; Ill i '4 IS PO -I-.1 ,V- -I.
.0" 3- -11 I .1 1 ,h )~ I I l I I
of Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of MA
county, deceased. All per
against thle said deceased
hibit the same, witth she vo
scriber, on or before the 1st da
they may otherwise, by law, be
efit of said estate. All p
estate are requested to
Given under my hand this
thousand eight hun
ISHMAE
fe 2 law4t
frfVIHIS IS '1(.1 G I V l i
scriber 1: ...i.' ,ii,, .t I
Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of ARA W
said county, deceased. Al
-.i,: 1, estate, are hereby w
ii .. t, I. vouchers t
to thue subscriber, on or be
ber next, they miay otherwi
all benefit of said estate. Al
said estate are requested
Given urinder my band this
thousand eight hundi
I'lh ',
fe2 law4t
'B T~i-.i -l iT,-..-, i -.;.-
scri ber has obtained fro
Baltimcue County, letters
estate of FRANCIS LOUM
deceased. All persons having
estate, are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof, to th
the3d lay of '.'t, M- 1841;t
beexchilded ,i- benefit
indebted to the said estate
mediate
Given under my hand this
ROBERT MITCH
fv, 3 1 aw4t* PA
S' Ill'. i 4 "leO (.Vsu
RIt scibar has oklitinedi fo
Baltimore Cournty, letters
estate of' SAMUEL GODWI
deceased. Al persons hav
deceased are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof, loth
the 221l day of' July 1841,
be excluded from all benefit
sons indebted to the said e
immcdiati
GiiVO0 d ii. ,,1 hr1and
JOHN S. CLEiM
.i '23 ('
; i. I Ii .II TO tIVet i
,r.1 tas obtained I ....,
Baltmures Comnity, letters t
.IAMES MATHEWS, late
ed. All persons having cla
ceased, are heneby warned-
tie vouchers thereof to th
the 20th day of July 1811t
b.' excluded ti'ron all benei
persons indebted to said es
imtmediate
Give n undrr minv hand thi,
ELIZABET'I 1' Al 1 i
ja 21'}
kI l Ai-.c I I-. 1 s
.' .. U,, ,
phans' Court of Baltimore V
istalion orn the estate
late of said Counlty dtecieas
claisn against said decea
exhibit tIre sauie with the
subscriber, on or b-tore tl
.i, 'v m iy otherwise hy l
hir oi s.id estate. All pers
aie requested to m.-ki
Given ut{!er riy hand t
one thoumiiid eight h
WM. GEOR
Administrator with
ja 20 _.lawit
*' !i,, IS 1 TO GIV
I'h .i,, .criber tnas obtai
of Baltimore county, letters
will ami-xed on the person
tON, la's of sail county,
ing claims against the sai
rd to exhibnt the same wit
the sobscriber, on or before
otherwise they may by
benefit ottire saidl estate.
deceased aie requested to
Given under mry tuarrlthis
ALEXANDER HE
ja 29
f"'- - 'l- t .( ~: ^ --

of Baltimore County, lett
Ise wtil annexed, on th
A. BUCHANAN, late of s
All persons having claims
are hereby warned to exhibit
ers-n thereof to sutsctiberi
Jury i- -,ii v- may other
trout .r i it ..... i' oh said
to the said estate are re


paymi
givenn under my hand, thi
thousand eightli hunr
GEO. WM. BR
ja 25 law4w Offi
IN CHANCERY, 8th Feb
the sales made andr rep
Jiames MI. Campbell, Truste
Estate of Phihlip Littig dec
port, be ratified and confr
conlray be shown oun or b
next-provided a copy of th
some newspaper printed
once in each of three success
IA.y of Ma
The Report states the amo
681,00.-T
Test- AY
fe 12


itT'"r.
- *^ be
b-T-c tru s
this Iroonprneat
oitier ci r


", r
parlor lotof th

EXCELLN
FLAVOR

w which fehu os o

C XV.KARHU
No.9Com (' e
no 2
WARRANTED FREN
STO'
-,i. -'r- njT ,.
COCALIO
,-


A N D C
"-' 5, 0 I' l *r
,mi \ I -.,-
5VRA'STI F 5



I-.". PL TE e
/ '%" .{ \ '.

.l b eg, l elvct e d
informthrcust
ens amd the pualic


thtat th are
ad to fuirnis th a-
t in qua., .q ity ath o
ne -.n' l11 i T he y bm


es r ... ;,i st .;c T
i nt ed i.-I1hselecftedy i
quarries a ne
Orders from -any part oft
panied with in tiber ...i g
attend to
T I ,t. ', seen att
nue, 1. , street bri
: ,.:astreetB li oe

NAIIORS
F IVE OR SIX FIR
wanted immediately att
WORKS," near Harper's
employment and the higher
Apply to JNO. Mc
fe Idl m N


MANG NE R'E,
13 ALtnMOE AND O
P ROfOSA I.S are invited
cribed materials to be u
the Railway Track between
berl
Sawied Lumber for Uider-si
54,583 sticks ot Scantling,
long, clear oftsump-shot,
boai md
54,500 do do 3X10
Making together
Hewn Timber- r Ts
105.600 stlicks. hewn flat on t
thicknrsi, ofs4i inches an
7 fest
30,200 dto litted in same
in.'rs .,' '. fd i ..i,
f -. 'or a ia.
52 80n Joint Claii.as, weighing
52,SoO0 Aliddie o dr
52.80o Bottom Plates, d
Total Ibs. cast ir
Hrougnht Iron f
105,600 Screw-bousils 7-
diarn. wt. Ib. each, l
105,600t Nu's for same,
wt. lb. each,
105,60o Washers, ofa
long by 2,' wide. and
ties-, and 1 lb i 9-3
105,600 PIlates Z . s
widss,nar:d 1-16 thic,
pound,
844,S(u0 Irl.ok-hcaded Sl
7-16 square in the si i
oz. eacih.
Tihe Swerd Lumber mayl he
with not n ue l]oint o un inc
snicr; Iree In remlargo ,kno
kini.-A perton.(1l the 4b
lio-ed Ilor to beini tlu io'nte
sale cuttontdirtin'" as to qualt
may be at Baltimore. Geo
Cnuibetlaa cir 'any other
oadi, and ihe proposal will
times at which the Lumb
PItoposers to whom more
ju-t nrimed te accesible,
prices t.r delivery at eacl;
the Compai y in regard to
be acce
I'hl(itwn Tim&r, intended
snppir'-bi clto, miay ho o
lir' i. t-oai.. ur ol'chesue I
and straiih( in otoe direction
dehve ing it in ,d .,
u ridert' ake the ... i. t i
hIe c,.n so word his proposal
of thIe s tlictts must be su
drrsscd to beot the fidul udim
balrk arnd X-I.erlt. IItlet
bark i loose, it must be st
ry. T1e deliv,-ry tny be
lin, b tra it IIe rli F r'
thie points between which i
stayed. There are to every
board measure of'4,x8, ad.
ling, 10t56 cros- ties dressed
dres.-ed lo 3 inchiis thick.r
ceived or n l"ss qua-tilyotu
bei. than will lay
Tlh Irt ., I. ' f r tie cha
easy r. ,' -- musrit o
Si I '. i. ca-t-tlhe cor
*-1 hr I i' .crew-bolts m ud
tough iron andi made with
form and size. Tie washers
witth the roper section,
i... i...'t. The z tc
I!,. i,..i ..i, .. .. i spikes
quality as that o
The ironfastcnings just de
at Baltimore, Harinlpeus F
point of the lire oft the r
places-and the pl.ices an
stated in thie priposalas.
Itnck 7650 lb,. ot'cas'ingsa
-59n lbs. of iron washers-1Hs
'Z247 lb,. of spikes. No a
than will supply l0 mi
Monthly t-stimates will be
each kind ol material sodel
value at thi contract prices
viunt to t'... i ..-. ol o
Violto; irdetns ii tiue Cotin
Ina tie option o l paying for
mriiner, when Ithe deliver
conti acted for shall havebee
the cor
If file materials contract
eru not fuarished at thief Im
may disstlve ilue contract an
on any whr h tlni ay hive bee
m', estiiiats or lpaymentss
i4 mteateirials dehivured be
couiiuemnrtg their delivery
ayrirIenti shall be rmade at
iBaltimore, (Culeluldnd, or.
option of the cotntrnct!ort, an
e made in uliiltiutore. '
whn lict the mat -riali shall he
p!arrs of thue line Will be sp
contracts, an i particulirsw
to the utidersigned. It wi
onie haillo tlhe whole o'rp'
delivered as ea.iy as f
1st ot Decemrher next. A i
suppolF and faustenintgs wiea
f the Company's ottice im Bial
Ti'. wili be diret
at ir, ha tin it onrriino
buglih-and Iwuill neI rcive-i
iuoximo. By order of the P
BENJ. HL.
Lug. Loc, a
Balto., Feb. 10, 1841.
New Yo'rkt JourniouI of C
quirer. Ainerico icail liu
Until IS'li t irtu c ; J'biilr-r
ette, t idtinet I I ,, i
l i- r ** '+' 1; ., ,
S '.: .' i 'o J' ;x a
s 'iiiubirLur ind Iv\ ii aud
f ooicl !.t;I t a t I Iterald; .A
c~tle-In-- V. -i n t' nt-aneian ir
iel t V N r' u irie' inl
pe~s 1 ..' , nah
nintgt.i Chronicleandlu iu'c
pubislhed o olten-or all t
e's, al! 4 ,1 eil ir .. '
DAVIOu(t:N'n M!CH AI

1. iU. -A. f A


Y. i tic , C i f

t- S-Srms u 'm itsll
:,': 1^ best evid,/t~ce in ,
n .;t,'itniiel slr.ru !ccn t Em
etdi. The M SUitA. I S' :
rut sc triliny i dlli' in t sy
n cale tn' ini r1utnnged olh

t proved Ii ' i, ,i l- ,
'ti an editorial oays "the
d i' fainvor In nationiyec oat
crd p buu c." Tu he i S al-o
"thie Goiiil commetndd i(?e
tlie mno-t or'dlnary eapaei
convioced of' i!s wast prac
e the elmi'or of the lIilut an
n aim a iagreat ilnproveme
e (iipptr join in cotnmen
schools ttave allelnteu the
-itime to time ieam induvidna
have been pte ented to ile
going, u-hi can rt,
BN. B. Rooms open day
n at ail hours of the day-
t truumns 41 Rnltitnore

,, I V-


N ,.



P IA A IO, ILIANOS.-Just
Caspar, direct from B
Dresden and Leipsic, of ex
not surpassed by any. A
correct copy or the cele
grand Piano, of superiorr t
a lot of fine Guitars, all
ilem s. PurchaserA are uor
examine them at
ja 19 J
,'5(--f,' l lX 3--it i
_o I u. II I ill 'i t -
T11B StUBSCRIB i a
c ne-iva Pcke spi
./7r4 -.-': .-" .3:,;'.. rec
; ,. --,-P.r. : dovt I.oi
s r.' o- "some
s = lrunnvz
IRo'e and Satinwood( GU
finest linstrutments whi
scriber
Accordieons with 26 keys
fect tone ind of suor
The subscriber lihas hkew
Everhard irom Btremen,
lPiano Foites, 6 antd 61 oc
Hosencrantz, l'res'uli.n T' i
very hest Inustruments from
lnstrunents will be sold whs
pleasing terms.
no 10

PIANO FORT
7- to,.s--._ GRA,
.-" -,.'I and thep
t em' 't hat h nta't them
PiPANt)S, IHARPGIA
and VIOLINS; to purchase
second hnad l'htiioti; ond h
made, or makes to order Piano
stoolsu and mu music stands
proved patterns. lie warren
work, and hiis charges wl
Hi iui pprrnit-id to leler
Petri & N
Orders i.' i i i aN
Liberty i.e.' IT ; d i stru
of Me-srsi '. ,,
no l o *

THE'E it Th-vE S t-
7'.- '1, i-'-* ed by lte
.... . I I 'it li s
Pian 9ots intrio tooi,.
f J none imp
which ltpy offer ior sale ar
dIe 1ltAUN_ _
SfEDFORD AND SAR
,E.LGLASS.-T'. i ,f -i '
g ncy for tie sale i, i,
more. The Redfbrd Crown
froen ,'.', \ crown gula
ness . y ofsurf'ac.,byiiyf f
and i2bfr.na t color, by itsra
,: I'. ii -i ..i !ir,- m ateri ls
ssesses a remarkable luslre
like the purest specimens
not '.-i. a .i rl ..1I alter
mel, tf ilini.C .'r.d hardn
med by dust. A full supp
PRATT &
ja 22 Nos. 2


iA t
FOR kIREDERIC
TI,, l .l a
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qT- '..A :* ...'. --'*" '" i '
L ,,. i',J ,, ;,r,.. tl n
',r. ,... ..l ; i .i i .g i t
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27tti of February, a 5 o'cl
as usual through
PASSAGE TO PONG
MAC COU
T:- SteamboatRPA
......:-^ T
'. i -"\ };
t 'H."-., Ca"ta.ir N.
:. .--'I r:., e
S . . ._ ii ,, .
I\'t I -'. \ '.5, . t,
Tile Rappahanniock will b
i!ay the 9'h of Feb'ruary
burg rn Moil nay the Ist o
sons on the .Eastern Shore
Washin,.tonoo it4e 4!1h o
Iail Roadi and Steamboatln
Tuesday the 2d arrive i.n .
Faie from Pongoteague t.:,i
fe 2
Fi.. ill' FOK Il
AND PORT
'PA l ce KET
n... ...o

I I 1 1 ie id. i
twice a week ty packets un
to0 run.
f,- 2 d241h11i
STEAL BJOAT
--.,.. 1 -.
,' ,i. ', .
... "i "="' i*
S., '.: *,. '' *"
'., . .... .. ...t l
fu rlh r
feI 16 W (CT
FOIlR BENEDICT,
The steamb
a -" I .1.1..NT
''i''t'E SD Y :e3s ac
. .i... thU
utu0,at 6 A. 'I. ont that
ever Tuesday
land I- i.. '.I i li the o
andt other places on the Pa
turn nroru Ithence ont the T
Benedict at 6 A. MAl., and
going and r
Passage .. I. i. i.. the
a and fareto or fro
Frpihit, as hetuetoltore.
feb 22 Fr Sa & eio
.1 i ; ;1" -'r.i t
GUKAT ,O^ti i 'k SA E
MAIL LINE, DAILX
,.-1 i *,.;LY LIny NE (CA vN R
,1- IS THE ONLY
5 ".; .- ,
*. i .i:* ,,,, >

i. '&:.. 't. e
,, ', f I [ 3 I .!1, 0 I ,
fbr Washington at 4, P. A
ington.1, '. R I ,.., Ri
tion, am n . ... h.
reaching Charlestoni the se
IIALTIMORE,and loftenO
of any otiier I ne,-the Co
bound by tlie Post-Alaster
lo ing quic
Leave Philadelp
reach Ballimwe, 2 P. M.
Leave l4. .i..
reach t. ,,._' .,, 6 P
Leave Washing
reach Frcidericksburg,12A
Leave Fredterics
reach Richmond, 5 P. M.
Leave Richmnon
reach PIetersburg, 7 P.. 2
Leave I .. .'
react. '.. : 1 A. M.
Leave Weldon,
reach WilinigtonI 1 P. M.
Leave Wilting
reach Charleston next da

680 M i. ;.
As this Line carries the
cannot b. 'I \.-' ) anid
[lOAD S I \ I T iiiI be per
'Traveller, unless ii some ex
is sure of a connection ui i1.. i
dent that Fogs, Rough \\
ten occasion delay in a ro
oft which is' r iI. ', ,..- t
ejected to .. .. i . h,
risk, troal boats being urget
to compete witi til
i;OUIT'
Thle above Line U wis bef
CERTAIN anid r XPhI'IlJo
tractive-as it passes thu
ment andr in suit ol MouI1
anid through F , r, I"
burg, th le larurr i l i, .1
gl
IT'I' ALSO CHlEAPE
AS C(hEAP AS TilE iBA
DOON: and Travellers have o
their BAl
This is aiso rauch tihe
che iP 1 -;' I thie i
interior i rui \ No u
at Peitrrsbnir, V. . '
v.'ay of1 alet'utu J 'i1
I'eterbint' h t t alia ,itty.
the l!.aleis.q flail t oadil t
Slhiofr, Itarvuillh -.----u
'Thkin i tle ONLY DAIL
andh l'tl
I. ki ,*1 iR
S i .. .
:p*" "+ f* t'l (~fcc Ol I ,
ii ,, .. fi e Phila i', .. I ,
oe 12 diBl
I j INTET. l 1 .'




''412hE 'sOd!) IATEN
-t, u1 I ultiiu- a t


n it ave ]lia tiorie ( .,
alerth ;> ,i : of the ,',
anI .I
and '. I. ; I

I'r !A)t lmA leaves eve
o'clock, for ''iciabove tina
as le(oc(t { 'It Ili t
Te' abo'e uttit'. connectb
OS'io 1 ,--ab .
viile-, + ,. ',. l.ouisv


IE'Ow
For Seats in Baltimore, a
siition No. 14 P
* site th- L ... antd~
"l;'r H!? ALli-EU BA.
W liLIAM H.
t de 21


.,' _.. _'. -i ^ '," '-- l .
j.- TO ..0..1l Po


consrmonc. n r. .O
Itahtiinore an' t. Io, .
Oppositi
Pans,,tgers itn the above L
of the laltinture' .nd Ohi
at 7%, anut proceed to Frie
and Otio hRfil toado, an
lional Ioadn, inu sphlndri T
In as short aI time
For seats and turhlier iu
only office inor the .ablve
oppoit!e Il' HR
Don't lonrget it is til
FICE. ija 19 d3nm

AL 1 k1ew a loel
W illh ,;n ii bune e
Which l I 1i,,n man
Upon a biow su
And half beneath l
Appeared the soft n
Rivaling the liJgh
When billowy clqud
She was a being
Cast it) perfetion's
One, sithi atlectio
Arn Anchtorite's lhert,
But, al! st:ort tims
Ere lhat sweet flowe
And she w!o lat
Appeared fast haste
CONSUMrTION, with iis
Seernid to have make
Tell me, ol!t tell i
So soon lake on
No! though Physici
Is useless heie,t
WiV gnive rellet, wn
Woultn only hasten
Thy toari; uniCd Cin w
(Anml many shall i
h1 hat ionbly loved
Reslu ring her t
Ah, happy h .I.. in,'.
its good ith l -
That stricken flower
Thaks to Illy Cand
Go thenr Consumpti
Ye to whm torltuleait
At Peane's toren I
At 45 Diviiontr stre
rjPEAbE'S CANDY has be
comimenr ed by lDrs. Cheese
son, Rodg ,.. I... -. i. lF
ven ., Cttil I'. i ., B rig
ti .- I i exce asen
It.... i .. I ,, in ttI'e B
dlseasfs rwhic'l, il t1(t c
CONaSU 'i'I(,l( A o
:3.JEach package oftle g a
aol the oiinal inventorsan ir
Son. No 45 DtvIjion- s d
CANJDY, ind you wontI he d
wh *i a.. m.n "i whithra
For sale. stwhoealeie an
10 NORTH ST., who is so'.- s
will appoint agents in. any
most advantageous termn,
C CALLING 'I'11INGS
NAMES.-AA,]ERIC
have at this time arrived
is no longer necessary
market ; i i I itisous or
zetns ofsa ':,i. t. es iand
ING,are i .. '.. ,i..t
'TON FA%' ti-:.\ \'1. l,
more street, uip stairs,
splendid BALTIMOREI'
GRAIN CARPETING, whi
tern, style eand oi,, ,.li
excelled in any country.
by the subscriber, wholesale
as no foreign article of
and are warranted in ever
best quality. Fresh suppli
Sthe Factory.


-A IL
AINNAPOLIS AN) i
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A i .\ .......1 i,,h -I. I i
inL h,,' i p-rn uliuiiirhPii-
sident and Directo
'That on Saturday thie 26th
at 6 o'clock, A. M. a tra
i ir i-nt 's I)epot at Ann
ii'. Baltimore and \> ,i-
to connect wilh the trai
for Baltimore a
Thie returning train will
pot at the junction of the
the arrival at that place ofh
timore tfor Washitn
At 3 o'clock P. _'o another
pot at Annapolis and reach
in time to connect with te
timnore and Wastington, an
immediately after exchlang
tra
T'te Company's Locomotives
and ex-,,ri, r',r.lI Fcoip e
and a -.. it I n . I-... i t .
to tilhe cormort of passeng
be lhken by tl'e Cumrparnv
poratlion and de. i
ThIe rates fobr ,..r..,ii.a
foll
For the whole distance
AnnapolisnsaI Balutimor
For the whole distnciem
Annapolis and Wahlisg-hm
For any slhrter distance am l
ter rcentsr
-Tickeh s riay he obtained a
more and Olnio ,ail Rtoad i
W ,-hlin.tp,,. %rhich will I i
:.. I ;' i..- charge th
polish. Anti in like manner
pany, it. i I lylea.
which "a 'in iv I. t- i.o.
charge to Baltimore or :
SOMERVII.1L I IN I
dee P2 0
I..'1. Il ,7,, 1. "1_IL


d.... i i. ,
1 to YR iGH' a'Sd W'
LUMBIA,-startiniglrom the
ofNo0 th .i1 .,,' , 1
FROM 'ni,. in ,t C
LUMBIIA, at I o'clock, P
iumurhiA Ior Yonk at 1 o'c
B by this arrangement a
Cars, Stiges, and Canal ta f
phia, T -.i ,I. 14., u'b
with I .ih i v
Goods intended lor trans
1.- r ,nill he receive
-il.. li, ., Ir extended,
A. M. aen 4 P, M. A ticket
i,.,'s, to whomr, and by
i.. ',. articles, and it a r
inust also be se t I1 -
t0 -1l is also i--I .-i tue
ry instance itwill be expect
and charges will be ponptl
Goods, and that no nrawba
images, if not claimned wit
livery of
y ri. iron i it be forwa
ot 1r. i. -.I, -.. i.. Y o
freight is prt
ja 5 iD. ) .



O F T B 1It'.aosser Tiai,'
Ohio, and ti Waslhnmgl
IST .lr';.-r
J% I\ I N< IID .
FROM BA
H.
For ..,. ,.i *M i
do do
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry,"
FOR BAL
51.
From Ellicott's Mil
do
Frederick,
0do M
Haripter's Ferry
"WASHING'TON
FROM BA
H.
For Washington, at
S do4 "
FOR BAL
sH.
Fom Was'hington,
do
Passengers by the r .,Y.ii
can counnec trh wi 'i..% I
tlinouse;-ani those destine
the train rn cntn. rper's
the Relay House in ample i
veling train lor Washi
Ja 5 R. B. CHA
(! i-i KS B (' r
VVIMI J SOIUNINGA
PHILA.AlA:LLl'HIA, WI
i)OR.E RIA

I.L.I-- .. I" t-- .I 1 .-...
l..- n l ._ .o .. '
i S'rTAT' ES MAIh., leav
morning at n rtc o'clock-i
Wiihningston, and i.ach Phi
clock, P. MAl. in time Ior
Yo
The regulations heretofo
ny for the coulinbrilabie a
ease and lam ility oi travel, se
will be co
ft'-'Colordti Pssepngers ms
(I:,. helohi
S*1*'ackaneess irttended fo e
be ellt tIreviro t
ds 23 t'l:S d
'n h S,; I I tN; ( A I' : I .
PRlL.1D., VILa11A, i sI
1AIL .OA1)O
I % Ilh -WI% I D
-., .... -

or ne" I .. i tim F t
SDEe Orercomneracf Pre
I)AILY, Stindays a t--,plld.
ete..cl..dze- at-d .n ., .1
Goods till al'o he receive
spe'ctive stati-nm on the u
accommodai
55-t15 is als-o respect
traipsapotaioin charges on
; i i in i... .lii
,'.' .'r. t., .' i.., ".i..
within swenty-lour ours ot
A. CtAXAWFO
Philath. WV.&B
Baltimore, Dec. 1 llt.
Ght.2n.'i Itl,-, si II
'silsilS '10O


1 1 t "
] .. *> -., -t *,-
. .i,..|, \ . t, .
line oa Rail Road and Ste
now in operation between
i ... via tie *'it.,, .;
rolna and ii....,. I l. h
by Halifax. '.'. in u-.
Charleston, "sir m, ..-,
Greetisboronugh, t
I)estance 567 miles-tarse 3
n..... ,. ,. road and steam
n- .n... rail road, Ith mi
10o mil
From the South Carolina r
stages to Savannah, Ga. fi
mninn; a daily line of *t ..I
,-. ..... .. w hich i
.''i..-- i 1 i... r', t-ar
all tie upper, c i,.,' r.. :
lhne from Aiken (or GUreenv


try in Nort
T'e following ", lirhi
Rail Road, two i t rate
Georgia Rail Road, daily
gonmery Ratil Road, Alabama
At. -l,._i-..i,.N i senge
stea, 1 1, 1
A new in-,i.- i.l mail l
Georgia I, ui .-. ', s ro t
ter's landing via Covingt
Rome, through in 1 cdays
there are steam boats and r
every important poitint in .
ness
A double tri-weekly lin
'Talahiassee and to Mobile via
St. Josephs, as 'i-- :tre
Tuesday and
A tri weekly mail line, ro
Knoxville, Tennessee, vi
Cassville and Athenes, Ten
Tennessee via Chatanooga
per leaving Green-boro'
\ In ". I ,s U i, . In-i n
h ... ...' , I .lr, z,,,,
n I r.i r ,i ,\W l -- ,
.'.'i r ,I .C', tl m r) .
\\, *,,. ,' .
A -!i'v moil line from
Geo. i., "' d .o. 'l,
There are -i.,..'. i,. ,.g
Alabama to Tuscaloosa auo
&C
TO "MER
Merchandise of all kinds i
Rail Road daily inomt Aug
mies at 40c. per bs,
On tlhe Sonuth ('Caroilina R
Charlestnto to Hamburg, opp
per tOO 15s. and 14
Chuarleston, (S. C.)
T-'i :s m ,iV. 'tt.'
.W(ORMS.--We, the undersi.
s t .. .. .. ,,t article,. ,.. ,
i .' I '. !i ki. 'I.I", ',o 1
CnreofTetters and It;..%..,'r
had occasion to use i .,.,a 1 t
desired
John F. Towner
C4leb Whitmore
J,' I' \ l,.i lli,
J '.-h. 1' li.. i.. kI
C-' I E'r. .
*I' I-.. 1LiI-. nc.1..[ i,
J .r I I ,1 ..[, -r,
F. G. Waters
Mrs. E. Shaw,
Jesse SlingluRfC
Frances
BALTIMORE, N
H1.-n it,; been afflicted wi
t L o-i I m.-i, -. it 'i-Jr-. 1. [t
c the Tetter," I was induced
have the desired effect. Fo
sufferedd from the sam'. ,:i h g
ELIl.XBET
The above remedy can h e p
afR.H.COLEMAN & CO. 1
SETH S. HANCE. corner