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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


~POL. L rXXJII. lSLTI.SI-ORE:::.TUl5!fD.i .IOi-.Vj.G,-.'r EBIiIRI" 33, 1841. .I. -..


Ip0)l,16HIHgD kJ&4y h z-1. Jlt,/ I
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
1o0. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMO -S.
Daily paper, .8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n ene 'ity-all new advertisements appear in both
na hers. ___

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- hI "-I' l It.IN-li --r ,.w. ,i I l-mr
Ihia,,.), for sale by LOWRY'& GILL,
Ie -' ? 75 Bowly's whf.
L('OIIOIL -i,, -'iri lr..irl11 Ii.', i'i iI. -T- 7
sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 22 7 Bowly's whlf.
A L -olN US-;" ir ,I-i -l "I,.iit t, ALMONDS,ftor
. 1s IA.v L \tM-IuR I' GITTINGS,
te 22 6t Exchange Place.
1 U'1 TLR-k-rifi uii. r, I, b'- i h.r .-, by.
3B KERNAN & STILLINGER,
Ie 22 No. 17 Spear's wharf.
C A N UDLt.i-." I. o ,x .nI. -l t jI ai"'. Jackson's
ba iin,), kIi s e t'el k t .11- .I.. II-.NKS,
fe 22 P 8 Bowly's wharf.
OIJFISIH -IN it.P XF -3 1 .3' i,.- ,l7iil.i-,
suitable lor the Spanish market, for sale by
fe 22 P WELDl & JENKS, 8 Bowly's whf.
(1O)l"t'ISH-100 drums Granuid Bank Codtfi-h, or
C sale by THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
fe 22 P d 12 anit 13 Rowly's hrI.
OT'ITON-IO bales Georgia Cotton, tor sale by
JOHN K. RANDALL,
fe 22 P 104 Sn with's wharf.
"I -ON .- 1 t,.,l-_* ,T ir ,t ., 'H, *,,,.,-, I'll.
Land Cotton, just received and lor sale by
fe 22 P 3t E. P. COHEN, 74 Bowly's whf.
( 10 I 'llI P nI ,-1 I,0-t, 1 "'"1, .. .? : ll L.io l a
, Uplar.d COTTON, for sale hv
fe a2 R. & A. CARTER, 74 Bnwly's whf.
CURKl'>-IJ fulil bill: s**ll--l'...ll|- V 'r.-,- .[1>,.
for sale by LAMBERT GITTINGS.
te 22 Exchange Place.
LIJV n LtaLLD, ofi [. in- -. -,ir -ceived and
lor sale by HARVEY SHAW.
fe 22
HEESE-30 casks prime Cheese, for sale low
by THIOMAS 1.:ili I,
tp 22 No. 9 Bowly's H harf.
[ N I N I B lKv g'- r , .7 l g ^',z -
G BAGS,for saleby LiMi,;l-;:I ,I 1i ".11 .
te 22 6t Exchange Place.
H OOWA 1I DI S r'I.OtU It 7",,',* Ils. Superfine
Howard st. FLOUR, in store and for sale by
fe 22 C. D. HINKS & CO)., 3 Spear's whf.
E5 'IAV'" IIt 'LN IL" -. .i -.-.-, lor sale
N-hy GARLAND & ELWELL,
to22 P 86 Bs)wly's wharf.
JUNIPER B tRRIES.-5i bags JUNIPER
BERBIES-For sale by
Ie 22 P WEI.t) JENKS,8 Bowly's whf.
SINSNti-'iUl &L I &L % I L -111 it ,:.-i
L ed and or sale by J. FORNEY GROVE,
fe 22 21 S. Charles st.
.I-IL.L FEED--hip Stuff Brown stul- and
1 Shorts-For sale by
fe 22 _G.R VICKERS & CO.
IL-Whale OIL, in tierces and bbls.; lor sale by
GARLAND & ELWELL,
fe 22 P 86 Bowly's wharf.
IIIM-t,," ibs N. E. RUMI; 50 do 1st and 4th
proof BRANDY, for sale by
Ie 22 JOHN P. ADA MS, 7 Bowly's wharf.
R ICK-50 casks good quality Rice, just received
S and folbr sale by E. P. COHEN,
fe 22 P 31 74 Bowiy's wharf.
( -A L-. ,-i-, i~ i:. ,;77. : ........ .... *\,.l;i, i-*
TUS-For sale by JOHN P. AI)AMS,
fe 22 7 BoAly's whf.i
VO TC ii iI R I %4--- ... t1 ,.I..N.. I Ili I'-
S HERRINGS-For sale by
he 22 JOHN P. A)DAMS. 7 Bowlv's whf.
^Ala'--1ti0U acka Fine Sali, lor sale by
S THOMAS PEIRCE,
le 22 No. 9 Bowly's wharf.
SOAP-100 b.x.. lr,.li,., .,ii, brig Dovyerand for
Ssate by iA., I. \ Li & EIWELL,
fe22 P 86 Bowlv's whf.

.bbls. ol direct importation--'or sale by
fe22 P WELD & JENKS, 8 Bowiy's whf.
W H I S K Ii E 1 1 L. .1;. .....[.i -],\ i.*
sale by Mi ES & MACBRIDE,
fe 22 281 Ballimorre .slreet.
HkSiIARES 6 per cent. ST \T'E STOCK,
1 U for sale by THORNTON & EARECKSON,
e22 N'. i I ghsIt ft. twhaif.
B A3 U NihF -1 I1- t4UlII(i I' 1i1.*' F.i si
13t HATS, some of superior quality, for sal, by
fe 20 XW.G. HARRISON.

] h r.i F tIl' \N l,,il.lis-i %i',
fe 18 d No. 12 Comrmcrrc,' s.reet.
E.gr ..]I., t'i 1 3 1,.--l J.- .I. I ;-.
G Sons stamp, for 4. 1.- 1.
ja 28 C. W. K \h1 1 I\ t" 91 Commere st.
H U li0 K; ,.s ,fa -l- .- ... ... .. H--
glass Glmt constantlyon aih.id .1 l ) I.'
ja 28 C.W. KARTHAUS, 9 Commerce 't.
3 ISES WAX, purchased by
B BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ja 8- dtf I Coimmerce st.
B IIL.K 1 IO R K ,.,,I. .. ,,,il.iT 'I .k,1 ,..'.
ing from hariue Rosalha, at Chaze's wtarf, F.
P. For sale by WIISON & HtER,
fe 22 (d3t 71 & 71 Bowly's wnf.
B it N UI I. r ].ha: l nii ..,, li l j .- h I,' U'. .
casks; tor sale by
GARLAND & ELWELL,
f>-'27 P __ -,B.. I\-. in,,rr
C l C0Ill & 't.FC -- I -ri 1 N t -i- .11Sim:-,
vely old liund superior, jilst received antd forsale
by J. FO(RNEY GROVE,
fe 22 21 South Charles stret.
0" FISJ l -1 ', I nV 1 ,' -"I ni110 i ., ,nI ,,,, 1 1 1
F I ti io d 1JLn-i "]i.,.ile Ini I. 'l Inn,.'. i i ;, I,
by Il 'i' l'LN [ 'I %t ,0 1,1
It 22 P 77 Bowly's whf.
C LiO VIERSEIU--60 bushels prime Cloverseed,
S just received and for sale by
KERNAN & STILLINGER,
fe 22 No. 17 Spear's wharf.
O liN lt oRli[ -I ',, f il.=,i, :,pY
C riorarlicle, for sale by
MILES & MACBRIDE,
fe 22 284 Baliimore strip et.
S'I' RAGA tATtl.-I case Turkey GUM
STHAGACANTH--fnr sale by
LAAM BERT GITTI N,=q'.
fe 22 4t Exchano. I'm ,.,'..
500 LBS FRESH ROLL BUT'TER-
suitable for table use.
H. POLLOCK,
te 19 10 Baltimore at. near BridE-.
G ROUND N UTS-i150 bags..Fresh .AFRICAN
GROUND NUTS. for sale very low hy
GEO. M. ROB1ERTSON.
fe 18 d4t 50 South Gay st.
M.UI L ,,lSS ,- i: ill l.l? n[in.- ,],riiit Ir'n,,, 1 .1
suitaule lor remailinig, r'ceiveo a l lor sale by
G. M. Ihl lil l -,',. \
fe 1 d4t 50 s Gayv 'tret. ,ue't t" Pr-tt
F,..00{IN 11 ^lllt Itlt] -.\ "inil] ,. i ,. I) .:71
FLOORING b01..\l~ll)-', j,.; .. ... >-i .... 1 l,...r
sale low by KELLUM & KELSEY,
fe 17 6t 18 Stear's wharf.
-tLI I'IN ('Lui'll .-- \-; -.I,*,i! 01 11. 'S
article from the best and most approv'td fabric,
for sale by C. W, KARTHAUS,
ja 28 9 Commerce st.
CHOlJU HAVANA ANI) 1P'IU CIP Si3-
GARS.
A SEEMULLER, No. 6 Baltimore st. near
the Bridg', has iu store and lor sale on moder-
ate terms, a choice arid cainpleir as"_'tmnent of finest
q' hliry Havsni.i dn- >iricir- in. \ Ilr. ja29
d UN|rv'UiVLR, lIiri' -..l& H lY&OU^',G
HNS' UN of the titest quahity, at tie old prices
Finilies would do well to supply themselves as.


an advance in price must soon take place.--
H. POLLOCK,
is 28 10 BaIt. at. near Bridese.
A BjhjNf E' F FUitANI1U Z1k.--aade to order
at the shortest notice at Waie Room on Fayette
street, near Gay street.
IN STORE.
Superior SiF.AS. aud-..i 1t ,-, C'hAIRS,
V e,-, ,,,I.li N I , ,:., I I I I II \ *11 S,
B E D- IlAl ', Cii BEI) SOFAS, &c.
Orders executed promptly by
jy 28BHy. S. SIHRYROCIK .Arent.
-O impl DOZ. assorted Cordial, suj'eror to any
J00 imported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kemmel
5 do Wine Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortmant of Liquors and Groceries lor sale by
AMA ND COURTOIS,
nop 21 Second st.
BALTIMORE FINEN AND FAV. --P I 11'
MAN FACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, betw',-, H11U.'.,-.', and North.
J IIANIUIS4 HYDE &SU bN15 -o.-- always on
hand and for sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in lIb & I lumps
Shipl-in .aiil Retailing SOAP, also.
Iaincy i1.\ 'S, of every description.
oc 11 dtf
TI ADDiR-IO casks "Omibro"' and 'smalj Om-
I bro" MA IDER landing Irom barque General
Harrison from hltil.li1uy, I., ".'. 'y
I' r.tu. B. GRAF,
No. 33 Soutlh Gay street.
IN STORE-10 casks low priced MAD )%lH t
35 pipes high flivoured. t1I i Gin
"'Grape" brand
2 cases superior Holland Sail Duck
50 boxes (I gross each) Harlem OIL
5 boxes assorted Dutch COl IALS
ol direct importation, ja 28
GiRMAN LINiNS-
Burlaps No. 1,2,3 and 0.
fLAXEN BURLAPS No. 1 and 2
TWILLED LINEN (very heavy)
BROWN Linens (Silerias) assorted frcm I to 5
do do 60 to 100
Bleached Teckleftilug -a.:.'i, very low prices
SBrown RULLs
Flaindrish' elli
Cress aIa l MORL.I X
Listadoes, red and blue and white Checked
SBielefield LINEN,-In store and for sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
fe 15 lt P 31 South Charles st.


F'A311LI li"LLuUR-iu Lb. M. N- Al..m.i
celebrated brand, JuAt received, tOi sale by
MILES & MAC BRIDE,
fe 22 '84 Bait more street.

S lm.',,,, I..r sale by
KERNAN & ST1LLINGER,
fe 22 17 Spear's whf.
LD W II -I IlK Li -100 bbls. hst, 2d, 3d and 4th
proo; i li.J Ii h -6. ., for sale by
MILES & MAC BRIDE,
fe 22 2841 Baltimore st.
L 0tC'Il lLl.-i '-- i, boxes fine O (I '1,.- h i,
S CHEESE, pronounced to be equal to any Eng-
lish; for sale low to close.
to 2, 41t BROWN & WILSON.
B j Ul 1.0 11% -i" it !!i'. ,r l 7.. It i 'I, V1,
A 15 do hard while do do
For sale by LOWRY& GIIL,
fe 22 4t No. 75 Bowly's wnf.
)L si'i.'1 .' u-u.. [ -., ru -,,r. d!: I,..- r. I i'Lli
l. -landing from brig Snun, for sale by
I1111- R MA I 11Ht'\".
fe22 10 1. ...%.' ... I
6ST. DOMINGO TOU .t P t'--\ i ,t"'t, it
Fine, in store arnd tor sale in ,o's to suit purcl'as-
ers, by ALBERS & CO.
fe 22 d4t No.l2 German street.
S H I- i V .\ V h--..,,h,,1 t.-., .. j.h ',. -'
SSawed SHIP PLANK, long pieces 2,2. and 3
inches thick, for sale by
fe 22 THOSE. SYMINGTON.
i WE-ET VIN 1-90 quarter ca.ks Sweet MaIla-
ga WINE, Searlin's brand, for sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS,
fe 22 Exchange Place.
d _' ,-:6 l' t i,- 'L 1,,4 '- - I. .., .--...... ... ..
:. uv n...i, nl.,u,, ti._ . ..I intend keeping this ar-
ticle I. .,.-. i i,YLIES & TYSON,
I mo. 23 ee w Patterson st. lower end.
'iO & I V LS I-X r,1 . , 1
. y kr ii[e bltie i _UiIla L. l '. i .ik-i.. 2111.1 Iur Ic-
tailing. C. D. HINKS & CO.
fe 22
S i l .I % 4 .1 ,i,] i 1: i 1 1 1.1 ...r I .... .i,, .
S 200 do Western do. F-r lt h"'v
DRAKELY &; e r, I'.'%,
fe 22 282 Baltimore st.
TRODUUE--
10 blls Fresh ROLL BUTTER
25,000 lbs WESTERN BACON-For sale by
WYLIE & WILSON,
fe 16 No. 278 Baltimore st,
i)I lS,--I 'l'{,'tr-t'I- A R-
.,, `-.i. ; I r. .,...... W hite SUGAR. Car-
oo00 bags 5 go ot schr. Juislina. bor sale by
EDWIN ROBINSON.
fe 18 12 Commerce street.
11(tol BBLS MESS IPOkKIi
-,l *'f 13 dlo No. 1 do
50 do Prime tdo. A good lot,just
received, inppcledi and offered, for sale by
fe 12 HUGI- JENKINS, _Coommerce et. whf.

200 kegs No. 1 LARD. For sale by
DRAKELY & I! 1t l' *N,
fp 22 282 I 1.1 rr-.
V IL ,' J u 1,11 .dI I I ,.,) -. ...r ".. . . ..- X n- I
WV size, a supteriaor anicle-Also a good Cast
Iron 120 gallons noiler-For sale low by
KELLUM &KELSEY,
fP 17 6t 18 Snear's wharf.
OWARD SrttlT',i' FLOUIt-
500 bbls. superfine FLOUR, in handsome order
100 dto fine io dto do
10 do BUCKWHEAT, for sale low to close.
fe29 C. D). HINKS & CO.
B. VANA SUGAR-
L 136 boxes white Havana SUGAR
139 do yellow do ito. For sale by
LAMBERT GITTINGS.
fe 22 Exchange Place.
t .''.4 kCi 1. ..\ i% ) I') 1 BiLnlIlL-U -
AI .B 1. .n I n '.N i. I ,:. i 1
25 barrels Cranberries, landing fi-,n hri. Sun,
for sale by TH1-1OS, R. MA I I t -r. %n %'
fe 22 d4t P 10 Bowly's whrf.
EGALIA AND LIAVAIA Sm-AIUS.-
-Ae small lot chiuce Regalias, and 30,000 Havana
SEGARS, Canones, &c., entitled to debenture, for
sale hy G. M. ROBERTSON,
I' 19 _'4t 50 South Guay st. next to Pratt.
I^ HI ,is K I, SI E> m iS'cisIjI
S 15 do fine old Moinon;iahela
3010 Ibs. BACON, for sale by
CHARLES TOUSEY,
f' 19 121 Nouth toward strst.
I 10Venissn HAMS, superiorquality
fI: family use. Forsale by
DRAKELY & FENTON, -
fe 22 '2B2 altimore st.
.I V. O)ZBN AVIN'F't'li BUCKE'TS
t- o 0 dozen nests SUGAR BOXES, just re-
ceived and tor sale at the lowest riarkut prices by
SPENCER ROWE, Jr.
fPe 9 70_Caylverit s'pe't lie-ar iPrlt
f L I. ',,."' ." '.' ,. ... I -d, , .., ,...
S Fal do to
Patent Lamp do
Whale do
In bbll .Lhhs. and liercee- rc -t-nrlv on hand
an t for sale ny SI.UINER, i. I 1.I -i & CtO.
" ,I l .. l A :

"(ii .' ,,.iin. & Co." anil "J. -ltnem iesay's"
brands
White BRlANDY 5th Proof.
Holland GIN, Sirawhbery brand
Chlampagne WINE. 0 .. irand. For sale by
ja22 J M. SLA I. ,* i, i, ., Bowly's wharf.
iSHING ROPE,&c.--We have on hand andi
J. re 'a.naiti~cuuri"P at our Walk, FISHING
IOPE of ii r .-i Hemp, and of all sizes,
which we warrant to oe a superi'mor article; also Gangs
of Rigging made to order .-, if. i..r.ns. Apply
to JOHN l,..'.]L!",'i & CO.
ja 13 Shin Ch anidle'rs, &,c.. 71 Puratt fshifet.
OUIGLASS GIN.-'tih subscriber, sioe a-
kgent in this city tar tbe sale ot this popular and
excellent flavored GIN, has lately received per diuler-
ent arrivals 'rom Rotterdam, a prime lot of filty pipes,
which is offered to the trade as a superior article.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
ja 9 No. 9 Conimeice 't.
l' I. . i[. k.*'|' l l .\ f l . 19 .1A -- -,
on titand a general assortment ol Blacksmiths Bel-
lows, which we will warrant equal to any in the Uni-
ted States, at reduced prices. Alno Kitchen, Chamber,
and Parluor Bellows, assorted. Appl v to
J. K. STAPLETON & SON,
258 Baltimore st.
i- Bellows of all description repAirred. de 9
(m IiAbs.iIILS' HluJ BtS. '-The- sscum bcr--u-ta s
hbeen appointed A gnt, hor this City, um the sale
of SHAKERS' HERBS, put up hy the United So-
.i-i t tLebanoi, New York, and bias just received
ill supply. Orders for aniy quantity will be sup-
plied at the Society's prices.
P.S. CHAPPEI.,
ja 18 Druggist No. 170 Baltimore street.
( llIl N i H R Op it I ;--I. ,.-.'-,veil,
20 firkins LARD
10 legs do
1]o firkins Western Buttes
10 kegs do ido
C. D. HINKS & CO.
fe 22 3 Spesr's whauf.
-- "i L.'-I ', i- "- -.. ui'' I n .\ 1 .1
T'1l11.! UNDBEPSIGNI2D .... ti ppointed
agents tor tue sale otJ. .& l. l-' ... .,'' celebra-
ted Ale fro)m .i,.-:- ', heg leave to state that they
have on hind i.,. -, sill always keep a large supply, ii
quarts and pints- which will be sohtl as low as it can
he pin chased in New York. or any other market.
ja 27 d P H-I EN .Y TIIOM SPON &t(.'(.
T'i'IOMAS &. C).
NO. 196 BAL'ilMO.E SI'REET,
Have iust received per Powhati(,i, troun l.iverpool,
I *- 91 PACKAG ES H ARDWARE-ucon-
.1l sisting ii part el HOES, T'race CHAINS,
Foster's & Elwell's S PAU-S, Griffin's E'< u Waldron's
SUYTHES, Rodgets' CUTLEI\'i;. &c.; together
with an extensive assortment (., -..,'G.oods, which
they offer bor sale oa tlreir usual accommodating terms
_te 5 d_ _ _ .! .
^'"tlI loH .-tS '* "> 1 .-1 Ii" t
rec'd.
Colored Canton Flannels


Dark Low priced Prints
Plaid SHAWLS, large size
Low priced Blue CLOTHS
Plaid Liunseys; Furniture CHINTZES
-Also on hand-
Heavy Ti. I.--. Brown DRILLS
Canvass I'..1 iI.-. Burlaps, all of which they
offer forsal- de15 P

UST received trom Aucetior, a Lot oft Irish Lin-
ens averaging from 37 to 75 cents-Also D)amask
Table Linen and Napkios dll suzes; Linen ',."
22 and 3 yds. wide: some extra line with a larte as-
soiltmnent 0l Cottonu Sheetings and Long Cloth Shirt-
ings very cheap at the chenii store of
.JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No. 57 Baltimore street,
fe9 P 1 door abive T'ripollet's Alley.
B tikND --
S perior OL.D COGNAC 1805
J. Hennessy, 1831
do 1835
do 1836
Pinet, Castillon & Co. 1834
"!o 1836
Otard, Dupuy & Co.
Alexander Seignctte
A. Diusant, Jr.
J. J. Dupery. For sale on liberal terms, byi
J. F. STROtIHM & Ct).
fe I'- II P N . i- ii, ; ,
B | fI'1 1%(., .,..U I ,.. ,'r
B sale-
200 bags Gov't. Java COFFEE
175 bags Old While COF-FEE
20 boxes Havana White SUGARS
17 sacks I i% I 'OC IA
40 bbls ,. .. MOLASSES
7 uhhids 5 bbla. Sugar l-lumse 'MOL(.ASSES
8 i.'. .i i... . bask ts .. i.- .. W ine
6 ....... ..... IND1 IGO
50 hall kegs Malaga GiAPES
Madleira tid Sherry WI INES, in bottles
Young Hyson, aniid (unpowder TEAS, in
chests, hall chests and boxes, &c. Ec.
fe d __________________
ij ACKEHEL, &e.-
Lit i51 bb!s, No. a"-
10)2 do No. 3 1MACKEREL
2 brls j br No'. I, KE L
I do No 4J
150 boxes IIERRINGS
1.2 boxes 8-10 Window GLASS
31 casks RICE
14 hhds prime retail Matanzas MOLASSES
23 kegs Goshcn BU rlFER
119 boxes No. I SOAP
50 do Mould CANDLES, ass outed sizes.
Forsale by THOS. R, MA 1ITHL6\\S,
fe 21 d4t P 10 Bowly's whf.


NI' r I C 1 1|..IS *I'l 5 IIT:;
T izE SUBSCRIBERS. A -n q fr tie sale ol
Ctarksons'Patent (1 II I iN %l N 1I. have now
on hand a complete assortment ol this very superior
article, which they otfer to Fishermen and others on
liberal terms. SELLMAN & CROOK,
f,' 10 dim corner South and Pratt street.
L L I 6i I !'- -- I i .. J- . have on hand a
I.1 il-I t,11i .. i! ,... ... "1W hilney BLAN-
K E'l S, which they will sell at reduced prices. Also,
a few pair oft of 12-4 American Blankets of extra
quality, much finer than the -.1 Wii..-% Blankets.
SANGSTON, V HI-1l I 1-I.I.. & CO.
de 18 rif P No. 175 Baltimore street.

p -..,. ...., ,., ,] ,iw .
300 doz. coloured do.
2 cases low priced Linen Cambric HDKFS.
150 doz. COTTON HOSIERY, .lust received
and 6,r sale by B. C. WRIGHT,
fe 17 No. 151 Baltimore street.
0 l I ip' 7 IE.I';-Ci:', 6 t 1' I I I Ti: n i1V "l s
&c.-75 casks Ohio CHEESE, lor sale low
200 kegs BUTTER
1500 lbs. FEATHERS
500 box;'s GLASS, 8 by 10 and 10 by 12.
With.bn assortment ol GROCERIES anid WINES,
for sale by JOSEPH TXYLOR & SON,
fe 13 d2w corner of Eutaw and German sts.
15p HHDS. N. ORLEANS & P. R. SU-
101 GAR
150 bbls. and tierces N. Orleans MOLASSES
5c0O bags Rio COFFEE, various qualities
20,000-lbs. BACON, Hog Round-tor sale by
It. HOWARD & CO. O'Donne all's wharf.
P. S. Franklin Bank paper received for goods at
lair price,, le 18s
L) i iip I I il' I.-
... ,,*",'li... i redeiick Co. BACON Hog round
300 do HAMS
1o00 bbls. Howrrd st. FLOUR
250 do best Family "branded"
200 do White Extra
150 75 do Fine "
20 kegs Glades BUTTER 2d and 3d1 quali-
ty.-For sale by ROnS & GARROTT,
Ie 18 Hollingsworth st.
iitt iN, 'L .\ i.i .n~~. l11rt|!fh',
bl, ., A Lo6^6 POUNDS prime Western BA-
,sJei3 j1-PSYJ( CON, assorted
16,000 pounds do do Shoulders
and SIDES
9,000 ponndii Baliimore cured SIDES
6,000 pounds HAMS, handsomely cut and well
cured
No. I LABD, in barrels and kegs
Mess and Prime PORK, in store, for sale by
RIOBERT GARRETT & SONS,
fe 20 32 N, Howard st,

W l, 1.1. "' i 1 : 1, ill, r : L I, iO,. I,,,,I.-,ll,
desirable goods,
Sup riort lrinh Printa, NEW STYLE
MIOUSLAIN-DE.LAINES
Linen (,'ambiclc Hdktks. Linen Cambricksup. qual.
India LAXWN line quality, IRISH LINENS
'Tabfle Diapr, Towels, Damatk NAPKINS
Large s;ze White Marseilles Quilts, sup. qt.
-A LS-
On hand a lot of superior CLOTHS
Ca-sisierea and Vestings which will be sold at very
reduc',,it prices, by W. W. LITTELL & CO.
f, '20 1w No. 51 Baltimore street.
C'ntn,'at.' silJNG4- &. I'PER HANGI NGS.
7TALTER CROOK, JR. No. 104 Baltimore
V st. between South and Calvert sts. respectful-
ly illbrmus his friends andt the public t...... i..
lie has rnow oni handr a large assortient ii i i,. i 1 ,
Goods anI Paper HANGINGS, consisting in paint of-
Silk an( Worsted DAMASK
Worsted Moreens, assorted colours
Silk and Worsts. I. i,- ,
SIrl 1 I -, II Ti.- I..I.
Silk ,I ORD
Ottomian Tassels, assorted colours, e. kc.
PAPER HA NGINGS,suitable for Parlors, Halls,
Chambers, &c.
Also on hand and made to order VEN. BLINDS,
of a superior quality. be 20 81
j.r tIl K TIN, &c.-
"A ,u square pigs Dutch Government BancaTIN
330 bundles bright Iron Wire, from 6 to No. 18.
500 Annealed WIRE, No. 19 to 31
30 bars LEAD PIPE, 2 to 1l inch
20 rolls Sheet LEAD, assorted sizes
800 bundles English Hoop do
150 -oils Sleet BRASS, at manufacturers prices
5 cases Tinners T(tOLS, complete setts in each
2 fine toned Spanish BELLS
6000 nos. Black Lead CRUCIBLES, also a full as-
sortment ot Sand-For sale by
BROWN & WILSON,
fe 22 4t No. 52 S. Fredt'rick st.
Sll01-M, IIll I I' ('Ili W) 1 A* I'- 'N', ALc
C. H. CARROLL, & TINGES,
N. IV. Corner of Baltimore 4' Liberty sts., (up stairs.)
OFFER FOR SALE BY THE PACKAGE OR DOZEN
j'>(5 CASES SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BON.
e NETS, Ec.-Received direct Irom the
manufacturers, comprising an asortment of
MENS, BOYS AND YOUTHS
Fine and Coarse BOOTS, thick BROGANS,
Calf and Kip Monroes and SHOES, &c., &c.
WOMEN AND MISSES
Kid, Morocco, Seal and I r,' 11I IPPERS,
Fine Kid, Seal and More.:,:'-. \\. .11, Leather. Sew'd
and peg'd Wells, Leather and Gaiter BOOTS, &c.
CHILDREN
Leather and Morocco BOOTS and Ankleties.
ALSO-
Russia, Muskrat, Coney, Silk,
While and Black Wool and HATS,
White and col'd Palm Leaf)
Otter, Fur, Seal, Muskrat,)
Mlen.; andi Boys Hair Seal, : CAPS,
Clo h and Sealette, }
Florence Braid, 7 and II raid, BONNETS,
Col'd braid, Tuscan and Fancy ONNT,
Palmn Leaf HOODS, various shapes and qualities,
LEGHORNS, UMBRELLAS, 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


SINDERSON ROBERT.
COMMISSION MER CHdNT,
NEW ORLEANS.
T HE SUBSCRIBER has just established him-
S self'in New Orleans intbe 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 o01 (le;
To collect 1.,i- .1 t.': i, i r,:-. otes, Dratts, &c.
anti renm it th. .:"' --.i .i ,Iil ive special atten-
tion to these hi .. 's I ,. till WARDINGBUSI-
Nt ,i i.~-.,,. I .'u.- l that nodelay shall ariseon
*'in... ,.. ,. .. 1..-.i .; through any preference lor
paiticurlar lines o1 vessels or steam t... ,f.a.-.r f- ..iany
other cause. r us I.' I ,
Late of Philadellphia.
References-
MessrsI -h'.;Iirs k Bros. 1
hi.. i,' ..*! & Pearce, I
Claruk& IE i -1.. Baltimore.
Duvall, I-i.--'. i &Co. I
Talbot, t .,- .-. Co. J
no 19 tuths3mif
i iC :% IU K'i. i.l. t I ''4 I,'itI I i .- 1 I.'
I 1i | % t l l.l i \D I % \i \.'\L
CoUGH SYRUP, composed ofta variety of the most
sale and salutary Cough Ingredients. These prepara-
tions are highly recornmen(ded for Clearing the Voice
and reli- .-. 1i- ..i ,, Ht 'enes Irritation
of' theT T 1 i-iu h '.-., .. hi. Lsthmna, Ca-
tarrhs, i ilhi 'i I I -. ,. ,nn, ,,li i lact all
diseases n. ,'r, u. ,."ii''li-'1r.i,
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail, by
P. A. NICKERSON.
No. 30 Howard street, (one door from Lexington
st ,) where all orders will he promptly attended to.
Also, er sale by H. POL.OCK, No. I0 Baltimore
str(1et near the ltiiun ... li.\ J.F. PERKINS &
BROTHEI E . .-u I. in',' 1,, and Gneen streets.
Also, is Alexandtia, D. C., by J. H. MONROE,
,,. ;.l- I K ting street, g,'ceral agent bfor the Districl.
h, i i L PlICI -- --' xes 25 cents; small dto.
18 cents; .-.-i. .u, ,, i,. t. i .... 'ity cts. per
bottle. A It,'i '. discount made to !l -,- who pur-
chase to sol a-..'i
Tstinmonial - the undersigned, having careful-
ly examined the Proportions, and 'M..1i u ,.i -
of the articles composing the "Vegetable Cough (Can-
dy, and Coumih Syr up," (manufactured by Mrs. Nick-
ersonu,) confidently recommend it as a safe and valua-
ble iemedy hor Coughs, Colds, &c. &c., and may be
I-..t ill, ,sed by adults, or the most tender infant
w in I i r i safety.
I'..-i ...r J. H. Miller, Piol. SamI. K. Jennings
'm,,. t; 1,. Hall; John WhitridgeM. D., Saml. Chew
M. D.; Dr. Fonerden; Joshua 1. Cohen, M. D.; John
O'Donovan, M. D.; Win. S. Love, MN. D.
be 6, IM


L.aiT1,SI' ./IRRIVALS OF SILK GOODS.
H DIFFENDERFFER & CO. have just
received by latest importation, and are now
opening at their Store, No.43 BALTIMORE ST.,a
large and splhit'.i, .r hi i.-.t of the newest and most
fashionable DII h '.II "1. which is composed ot
very rich Satin striped Helencia; Satin striped Glace
F..conne; Gro de Aigters, very heavy; Satin Rep, fig-
ured and striped; Gro de Affrique; very rich new style
Lyonese; very splendid blue black Gro de Afl'rique;
Satin striped and fignred Iep; figured Poult Ide Soi,
and Gro de Swiss; rich 4-4 black and blue black Gro
Ide Rhine, Poult de Soi, and Gro I Swiss; colored and
black Gro (de Naples, i, C'-1 variety.
MOUSELINE D)E I iiNI. An entire new style
(f Satin striped Mouseline de Laine, a new and very
beautiful style and superior quality, to which they
yery respectfully invite the attention of their custom-
ers. No. 43 BALTIMORE STREET,
fe 8 4 doors above Gay st.
STEAM CANDY AND SUGAR REFINE-
KY.
H L. & A. STEUART. Corner of Grecrnwoich
and Chambers streets, NE W YORK, are now
v, ,,,.,r.,,',n, and offer for sale CANDY, SUGAR
i LL' .'I ", .,: made by their improved steam process
from single, double, and treble Refined Sugar. With
a steam-engine and other machiner. 1. .,ii.e
of long experience, and a thorough ki.,l:.is l. *i
iar refining, they will continue to manufacture CAN-
DV,&c ,superior in quality to any maudein this coun-
try or Europe, at nearly or quite as low prices as tihe
inferior qualities are usually sold. Having increased
their buildings, they are now pr,- i i .... .
largest orders ftor CANDY or I.I-"I \'I 1i_,;Il
at the shortest notice Country dealers are requested
to call and examine the quality ot Candy sold at this
establishment before pui chasing.
Candy carefully packed in boxes of 20, 25, 50 and
100 poui's, bor the Southern and Western markets,
and delivticdh in the city or shipped, without charge
lbr boxes or cartage.
REFINED SUGAR.-Double Refined Loaf pack-
ed in boxes, barrels, or loose; Cirushed and Ground
Loat '.. mi n barrels-, P.., I' -ise Moulasses in Hhds.
and i.-i.. The -. ,, , are refined by steam
without the use om clay or blood. P* 12t Ie 16
.ii'.,L". [IN, ( '0 .) % Ik_."2-A i &'C
"URLLAPS-Nos. 1,2,3&4
-N Do in bales ot assorted .Ns.
Black Silk CRAVATS
D)o do do with col'd borders
Do do do Flowered tdo
Plaid t d o do
Pulicat HDKFS. 28, 30 & 31 inch
Madraa ido
Black Satin VESTINGS; Farncy & Figured do
-inien TAPES & BOBBINS
COTTON FRINGES, aborted; 4 4 OIL CLOTH
Oil Cluoth Tiable COVERS, painted and bronze metal
print
Fancy SILK SHAWLS, assm'te0 sizes
D)o COTT5ON ito ito io
White and Brown THREAD GLOVES
do '0 O )iW vonk COIl'TON do
Bleaehet l TCKLENI B iGS
D)o ROLLS, tor Towelling
Sail D)OCK, assortled qua.
A lull assortinment of Women's, Men's andl Child's
CO('TON HOSE. Just received and Ibr sale on li-
beral terms by ALBERS & CO.
_fe 11 dtt Ni 2 German st.
-IN -. IhI (i,-N'- _,l. .....
] J i00i BBLS. SUPERIOR MADEIRA
1 50 qr. casks 4 WINE, hrom $1,25 to $5
per gallon
35 cases, I dozen each, bottled in Madeira
3 pipes i'OOlAR SHERRY-the lat ofthe
2 hiall'piipe -stock of Ithis favorite brand, lor sale
15 qr. casks )at reduced prices by order of the Ex-
ecutors
PORT WINE,in half pipes and qr. casks, and ca-
ses of 2doz. each
GAOCIN WINE, in Indian bbls.
Sicily, Tenerilffle & St. Lucar WINES
200 baskets CHAMPAGNE, "Dur de Montebello,"
"Victoria," amnd "Crown" brands
25 half pipes? COGNAC BRiNDY, of superior
10qr. do quality, "Otard. PD.[-, .5 1." "J.
J. D.ii ,, .'. \. &- .-. .' "l',.r.,n-i,..,r & Ba-
ker," I.r>'.,, Ri,,..-,. brands
30 pit- HOrLLAND GIN, "Vine Leaf," "Swan,"
-,:.,'1," and "Eagle" brands, part of direct im-
portation and entitled to debentiure
London Double BROWN STOUT, of best quality,
in quarts and pints
SCOTCH ALE, do do
HYSON TEA, in chests
English Crown GLASS, in crates
English PAINTS
1000 kegs, 25 lbs. to 128 lbs. each, Black, Green and
WHITE LEAD, all -i. -...-.1 i ...I
200jars, 5lbs. to8 Ins. each,'- I I, t.01L YELLOW,
pale and deep colours
All of which are offered for sale on accommodating
terms, by THOMAS B. ADAIR,
fe 17 dSteo8t No. 6 Commierce st.


STEEL.
WILSON, HAWKSWORTH & MOSS,
Manufacturers i. i. -1. i ii.. ii. England.
CAS TSETEL...m i1 i. l
Best Double refined Shear STEEL
GERMAN S l'EEL
I "1p. ,,] do
I-.nrin. 1l.i Blister STEEL
English Blister STEEL.
Tire subscriber, agent for the above manufacturers
has on hand an assortment of Steel of their make
which he others for sale on the most .u,.:,]Mi-...- i.g
terms, and is prepared to execute orders toany extent.
The celebrated shoe and Butcher knives of J. Wilon
are manufactured by the senior partner from Wilson,
Hawksworth & Mo c .,rl. 1 SI....-I -which is also
used by other well r.-. inn M. ,,. ...' :hra. in England;
but steel being an article which depends oni its intrin.
sic merits, hlie only solidcts a lull and fair trial iand
will warrant every Bar to be as represented.
SAM'L. POULTNEV,
oc 19 Lombard st. near Lighi
BROOMS AND WOODEN WABE.
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 FlourPIl!.q
Also, all kinds of ( jr \ 'e, i ,.sir Boxes, Clothes
Pins, Trays, Wood I..s.-l iii.i -[....., Butter Ladles,
Wash Boards, Barrel Covers, .. i.,. j-,s'l Stands,
ec.
The subscribers being connected with the different
factories at the 1'i ..lI.,. tlh the dealers in Boston,
New York and F"'.I ,it-ll, ,, take this ,;.,.. ,,i'i ,.iin
inform SOUTHERN, WESTERN and I I M t. R -
CHANTS that they shall be able to supply them with
the articles here mentioned,together with mauy others
on as reasonableterms as they can be obtained in any
of the Northern cities.
SPENCER ROWE & CO.
no 16 No. 70 Calvert. near Pratt st.
BOOTS, ShOES, PALM HATS, STRAW
BONNETS, &c.
T HOMAS STEARNS, No. 4 German street,
has received froin .t'ii, i ,.t.-u ir. n..- Boston
House, ion consignment, I i.. i-.'- r in -.',-"!. which
are lforsale by theI package only at low prices-
50 cases Men's Ist k 2d qual'y thick peg BOOTS
50 do do 1st qual'y L &i',s.li seal do
25 do do Kh. do
25 do dlo finecalfsew'd do
10 do (to stout do
10 do do ''I do
10 dto do fine fudg'( s. |j.,'i.'I.ni do
3 dto Boy's do
10 do -" thick pae'd do
50 do Men's tst, 2d & 3d qua. thk. BROGANS
10 do (to .. do
60 dto do Kip peg'd do
20 do Boy's Kip peg'd shoes
50 do Womnen's sew'd & peg'd welt'd SHOES
anil BOOTEES
5 do Mlen's Kip Sewed BROGANS
o10 do fluie cal sew'd & peg'd do(
30 do 30o0 pairs Women's SLIPPERS, grain,
sual, roan and kid
10 do 1000 pair Men's do
5 do 300 .n heel'd PUMPS
24 dto Misses' and Children's SHOES.
Ladies'fine SLIPPERS and I ,%..,.." Shoes, Men's
fine SHOES, with many other i,' :.., in the line.
STRAW GOODS.
20 cases Ladies' Eleven Braid BONNETS
10 do do Seven do do
5 do do Florence do do
50 Palm Leaf HOODS, various qualities
50 do do HATS.
Fresh supplies of the above kinds o' Goods daily
received, eodtf fe 5


I'11. LI.T rN'. i'rS--tiulck ,1 ani% ih' ,-'llltl
T NETTS forVeils; just received by
JNO. A. ROCHE,
fe 13 No. 82 Hanover street.
Il{ i,',l.I tuoi5n,,-,i1,- rtiavens iliumns,
i it \I 1I, liia ..i. ., 1 11.- I F; for sale ay
i'lH.',Lii| '', hIGGS &CO.
fe 17 d2w P No. 7 German street.
I! I0[1ii-'P-IG-N E-- TEN11 f -i 7 I%%,,-S-
- J ..., r- ,1 i .. 1 M 1 i.- [ ll ,, ill:, l .'i,,[ il.. ,
an-Il I 'ir. c ,i I i, L.:.n!rr i'aio ul r I r,, l. I.-. ..le
low by D. McILVAIN,
fe 20 -u No. 38 South Charles st.
fO LI)D WHITE MA-ACAIBOCOFFEUE-
S 130 bags very superior old white COFFEE, sui-
ted to the retail trade, in store and for sale by
SAMUEL ETI'ING,
fe 19 8t P 55 Smith's wharf.
I INS5ED OIL & TIMOTI'Y sELLD-
A 310 gallons Pena. Linseed OIL
100 bushels Timothy SEED, 1. i &I .,,
T. W. &EL. 1.1- VtlING,
fa 20 No. 9 Prattst. wharf,
BACON.
7 hltfo < t- LBS. Frederick County Cured
Sp % Y BACON, hog round, of superior
qualy, either for shipping or family use-just recei-
vedI and for sale by WILLIAM IAl l.LN,
fe 10 123 N. Howard street -" ,, I, -,' lir,
N h AND U the .,,- .1 variety ot tiiiciest
Ybrands WHITE 111E \ I' FAMILY FLOUR,
and tor sale by
MEIXSEL & STONEBRAKER,
Pratt street, one door east of the corner
fp "20 Howard street.
mji l1T ., LU I'L -i",T tt.-The subscribers hav-
G.ingbeen app-inled '.-,th tor the sale of Plas-
ter, ground at C. i '1, 1 Mill, offer it bfor sale in
bbli. or bags delivered in good order in any part of
the city free o f expense.
SHEPPARD & MARTIN,
fe 20 4 Light st. wharf.
1501 d KEGS NO I WESTEifRN LARD
1 IIF 20 bbl3 PORK
200 boxes Window GLASS, on consign'nt
-ALSO-
1000 small H .\ -. of our own curing.
For sale by G. CASSARD & SON,
he 18 67 Calvert street.


SADDLES. SADDLES.
ryHE SUBSCRIBERS wishing to dispose o
A their present stockof SADDLES,willofferthem
at a VERY REDUCED PRICE-being made of best
materials, and by first rate workmen, we are willing
to warrant them to give satisfaction.
Al .. .. I. I..- a very large stock of COACH, GIG
and 'II.K I.\ HARNESS. Persons about purchas-
ing, are requested to call and examine our assortment,
c..-LI,.,-., the largest ever offered in this market,
,.i., -..SETS.
Also LEATHER TRAVELLING TRUNKS of
all sizes, and shall be sold as low as can be purchased
in this or any other city, at wholesale or retail.
ROGERS & BLASDEL,
no 14 190 Baltimore street
PRATT ST. WHOLESALE CLOTHING
STORE.
Corner of Charles Street, Baltimore.
THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully invite
the attention of Country Merchants 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 large va-
riety of new style Spring and Summer CLOTH-
ING; ROUNDABOUTS; PANTALOONS; Vests;
SHIRTS, &c., e &c.
All those coming to the city who are in want ofsuch
goods would do well to call and examine tbr them-
selves.
An assortment of CLOTHS, specially adapted to
the city retail trade, which will be sold low for cash.
The work is made up it 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. WILLIAM ROGERS.
mh h h 1eo
l-;t,'tLll \ lki'NNIGN&fCO.
NO. 225j BALTIMORE STREET,
HjAVE RECEIVED per ships Clementine, and
Europe, and other late arrivals from Bremen,
which they offer for sale on liberal terms,
1 case blk and blue bik Velvet RIBBONS
1 dto Taffeta do
1 do H..I B-,.,i: and Silk Corset LACES
2 do V t "I I Nt,-, newest patterns
2 do Cotton CANVASS
1 do Scarlet Cashmere, and do borders
4 do Cotton FRINGES
16 cartoons Thread LACES
2 cases Woolen HOSE, shirts and drawers
2 do ass'd Woolen BINDINGS
3 do Linen TAPES
I do Striped Cotton do
1 do Boot CORDSCotton & Linen Corset Laces
3 do Zephyr Worsteds, ass'd colors
I do Merino SHAWLS
ALSO.
3 casks Coffee MILLS, ass'd Nos.
2 dto Germanu LOCKS
I do do LATCHES
1 do do Braces and Compisses
2 boxes Curtain Poles, ili-r and Ornaments
1 do l,,K- Pins:,~l 1IF:,; Hooks
2 do ci.--., oun Cards, complete ass'd
2 dto Halter and Dog CHAINS, assorted sizes
3 casks Lancaster & German LAMPS
10 cases Fancy Willow Baskets
I Time PIECES
10 Kid snd Jointed Dolls, all sizes
2 do German Accordions, 6 to 14 kegs
1 do R ..- 'i.ri ...!.r BUTTONS
2 dto Fl,(t I,.j V'I. LINS, ass'd
8 casks MARBLES, all sizes
T(. .',i, i ,itw a complete assortment ofTOYS,Shell
Ivory, Hornand Iron Combs, Pocket Books, Segar
Cases, Perfumery, Looking Glasses, Magnifying do,
Pins, Needles, Drums, Work, Toilet and Shaving
Boxes, Trumnets of Tin, Wood and brass, Guns and
Swords; Siuffboxes, Crayons and Pencils, smoking
Pipes, Canes and Waips, Magic Lanterns. Port Fo-
lios, Globes, China and Agate Marbles, Games and
many others too numerous to detail. Country mer-
chants and dealers are requested to give them a call.
ja 20


I


H ALL, APPLETON & CO., No. 9 Hanover
street, have just received
3 O CASES WOOLENS, consisting of
f Dark and Light mixed CLOTHS
Cadet do do
Indigo Blue do
Black and W. D. black do
Invisible green do
Light do do
Dark do do
Brown do
ALSO-A large assortment of SATINETS of vari-
ous styles and qualities; mixed CASSIMERES; one
case of very superior light colors; single milled Spring
do. Together whth a large and desirable assortment
of British and American DRY GOODS; they offer to
the trade on the most favorable terms.
HALL, APPLETON & CO.
-ALSO-
SCASES Printed and Plain Pongee HDKFS
F2 do Dyes and blue black Sewing SILK.
fe 20 H.A. & CO.


Tlfl-l.i'A.S (1C (PNEN E.L. No It.'i BJ.l' u-,.r-
. street, offers tfor sale the following desirable
GOODS, viz:
Supersuper. West ..fFrat.lr CLOTHS
Light and Dark ( \ '-I"NRJEHL-
Silk and Valenlia VESTING
Black and blue black Silk VELVETS
Do do do Boe.l.,,i,, (French)
Silk, Worsted and Cotton .Lk;I. L.,
Blue black PIoult dc Soie; Italian Inhlrin:; very supe-
rior Silk Twist; Silk, Velvet, amind I .inI., lIUTTONS
F--,hIi stand French SAt'IN; Cashmere and Merino
H-I '-, plain and Ribb'd Silk HOSE; plain and hem-
stichedi Linen Cambric h.rkih.. I.n, r.i tambric; line
Irish LINEN; 12-4 1 IT..', i .%-.ti. I I NG; Damask
NAPKINS; white FLANNEl; Red, yellow and
Green dn; Whitney and i1.1,i lI. \NKETS; Silk and
Cotton UMBRELLAS;i itn '.1U LENDERS, &c.
j 12___________________
'Si'-.N.,'l It' (1,0)',. (.'O'I'iON YARN,
&c.-Having made a,,,.-i-i. (obr the recep-
tion of Domestic Goods a. i n.ii I ARN. direct
from one of the best Factories, I am now enabled to
offer these goods to the public on the very lowest terms
which the market i% .iii l
--IN tIANtD-
3-4, 7-8, 4.4 and 5 4 heavy Brown SHEETINGS
3-4, 7.8, 4-4 and 5-I heavy Bleached Shirting and
SHEETINGS
New style low priced Domnestic PRINTS
Super a't beautiful I -i-n, ah.-il French do
Russia and Scotch I' '. t-.r .'.,t DIAPERS
Super ribbed Gambroons and Brown HOLILANDS
Barllie's extra heavy soft finish Irish Linens
Cambric, Jurconet and Swiss MUSLINS
Heavy Osnaburgs and Brown DRILLS
Striped and plaid Satins and Hamilton JEANS
Super, white, black and col'd Spool COTTON
Italian Sewing Silks and Matteoni LUSTRINGS
Silks. Satins, Mouiwelines. Chillys, &c.
MAR'YLAND PENITENTIARY GOODS.
With a very general assortment of Fresh SPRING
GOODS, all of which will be sold athe lowest prices.
Call oan B. !] lii' 11 .1hii-tN,
165 Baltimore, 3 doors t--..- ,,ki ;..
fe 12 RP 2m
NO DAMAGED GOODS.
50 B DOZEN WHITE, BLACK AND
1 M5AIX'D COTTON HOSE
750 yards Irish LINEN, of superior finish
1 case lowpriced MOUSLIN DE LAINE
200 peices Thread EDGINGS anid LACES
Plaid, 'i...l and striped Swiss MUSLINS .
Superior N, 1 York Mill SHiEETING-Just re-
ceived and for sale at very reduced prices, by
B. C. WRIGHT,
Ne. 151 Baltimcne street.
07Franklin Bank and Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Notes taken in exchange for Goods.
fe 4 S 3teo


IiMBRIE & FA NINUM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (upstairs)
n AVE just received a Iii and desirable as-
Ssortment of BRITISH I)k \ GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich London Dark and Light fancy PRINTS
Muslin de Lames
Fine Fancy Mixed GAMBROONS
Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
6-4 l'.,r.. iteck MUSLINS, assorted qualities
4-4 1-.,.'.,. LAWN, No. 6 to 14.
ALSO-20 cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON, white and assorted colors, fe 10
DOUCiHII'T & LIGENNE;
S.5 BEAVER ST. NEW YORK,
HA AVE RECEIVED by late arrivals, a good as-
R sorta;ent of Goods for the season, consisting of,
Black Drab D'ETE
Plain black and blue black BOMBAZINES
Figured Bombazines, light colours
do do black and blue black
Printed MOUSELINE DE LANE
Plain CHECKS, blue, black and colored
Printed CHALLYS
New style Worsted GOODS, for gentlemen's wear.
fe6 dim*
J BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
0 STREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on :,o a,.'.ii rms, the following articles-
such a-,. (riI.'irr,'r super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double and Single barrel; Youths
do do, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very fullassortment Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Fork-. Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish Knives,Pock-
et *..l.., i. :.., Stenton's, Anderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, Iti,'_, Windle's, Warin's, Attwood's,
Mitchell's, Chance's, narwoo('s. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannis's STEEL PENS-toaether with a large
and complete assortment of JEWELRY and FANCY
STATIONARY, with otiier articles too numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call. and
examine for themselves befoibre purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24


A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed
bhis SILVER PLATING & COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, forn Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself 'with Mr.
GEO. H. -i HL_.Lt.11 the business will hereafter
be conducted under the firm ot CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale,
a general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs, Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamups, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
V.\ I.'. I',-H. warranted equal to any in use.
'I I \'k I; PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous friends for their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage. d? s ja 15
PRANKL N -BANK-PAP-ERTAKREN ATr
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EAST CORNER LEXI NGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance onr T.za-' ,.n 'ad Eutaw Streets.
SAD1UIEL FuiL't, -.i,.:,- his establishment was
burnt out in the fall, has repaired and improved
his Ware Rooms, so that at the present lime, they are
bully equal, if not superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, and 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 elegant Furniture,-con-
,..,'ii "-oas, Lounges, splendid mahogany.Chairs,
'].:]l,.-n'.r.l-, Centre, Pier,Extension, Dining and Break-
last Tables, Secretaries, Book Cases, Wardrobes, ot
new ansi elegant pattern, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and Windsor Chaits, &e. &c.
He also informs the public that he has no boys in
his manufactory, and that his workmen are all of the
very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
wishing to purchase are requested to call and examine
the Ware Rooms.
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction. ja 16 d?
PAUL, COCIIRANE & PAUL,
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINE
ISTS,
A RE now extensively prepared to execute all or-
ders in their line, such as ,'li.,i, Steam En-
gines, Water Wheels, Grist, Saw, I-.-'.,,ah and Sugar
Mills, and machines bfor 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,
I ir.t-n 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 1h -, i;. itr-,.n,
and Plumber blocks,Water WheelI I i..-4-. -hi-i.i.ii.
and Segments of various sizes, hinlu. I'.,ireirrt, &c.
&c.
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 tail to give satisfaction.
PAUL, COCHRANE & PAUL,
Phoenix Iron orks, West Lexington st,
oc 15 Q between Pearl and Pine.
i lt i Ut ., '.01I' f.iT 1-T. V- VL.lE I"t.Y IN-
r. 'I\. i 11%1 %\N 1 1. s o, i. % % % i I s N Ii -
struction inu the Newly Invented,Oriental,Miraculous
Manner ofr WIAHING, a preservative against all
complaints ofthe head, ears and the face, and a reme-
day lor i r i'. ii-i, ; the retentive power f the memo-
ry, the -,1:, .. r .%-taring, and the power of seeing,
and bor the renovation and b iir. ii. -. u I n ,l i4 h skin,
and the removal of wrinkles .n'r.. '|,. I lngpi'.a.ii pale-
ness ef the lace, producing a complexion surprisingly
beautiful and fresh. Ladies and Gentlemen wishing
to get direction and instruction in this genuine andt
miraculous manner of Washing, are invited to call
on C. WILLE k DICKEY, No. 7 Hanover street,
for CH. G. SEI PPEL, where they may subscribe and
hear the particulars. d8 w fe 1
RICH FANCY GOODS AND RIBBONS
B T TPOLDill Dt; thas returned from N. York
0 thi- .l..\, % ii .- 'ii assortment of rich Fash-
ionable FRENCH GOODS, which he respectfully
invites thie ladies to call and examine as being the
most splendid selection of Fancy Goods opened this
--ii.,. ," insistingg in part of tihe following, viz;
Si. -cli velvet MAN'TILLAS, colored and black
Do. satin do new style
Embroidered Velvet POINTS for the neck
ZEPHYR SCARFS
Embroi'd, Algerine LAPPETS, for the head
Do. Velvet BAGS-gold Fringe
RACHEL NIETT CAPS
CHENELE ZEPHERINES
BONNET SILKS, it. .r-,t variety
i r 2,-. tiI,.,[.. | ). ',h ] l\.
.il un-I J- ..I-,, r- MITTS, all colours
FRENCH FLOWERS
Plaid SILKS and SCARFS
Long Fella MITTS, white and black
Paris embroidered CAPES and COLLARS
Gloves, Laces, Blonds, Feathers, Crapes, Silks, &c.
together with a full assortment of the latest style of
Ribbons. Wholesale and retail, 123 Baltimore street.
no 24


FRESH SPRING DRY GOODS.
OHN It. ItICAiU)S & CO. IMNPOTERSl
A.,\ND JobHE E RIS.. 185 Baltimore st, arenow re-
ceiviia itimr .liinge luiportations per "Alexarnder"
and 'PI-..i .'at" Irnim L.erpool, and offer for sale
one of the most desirable Stocks ever exhibited in the
county, consisting in part of-
CLOTHS-Blue, Black and Fancy, "Brown's" make
CASSIlMERES-Single mille,i West of England,
Ribbed Summer, London Fancy Tweeds, all new
styles.
VESTINGS-Weltings and Quiltings, Emb'd. Meri-
no, Shalley, Cashmere, Silk and Satin.
PANT. STUFFS-White and Brown Plain Linen
Drills, Mixt Fancy and Satin Drills, Rib'd Hair
Cord, Stockinett, Doeskin and Plain Gambroons,
Bath Caissimeres, &c. &c.
SUMMER CLOTHS-6.4 and 3 4 Lama, 3-4 Impe-
rial Crape, Alpaca, China Crape, Astrakhan and
Persian Cloths.
MOUSELINE DE LAINES-Queen's Style, Rich
stripe, black and lav., D'Orleans, &c. a fine as-
sortment.
MUSLINS-French and English, Jaconet and Stripe,
4-4 white and coi'd Check, Marseilles de Sole, (a
new article,) &c.
LAWNS-9-8 Bishop, Volonian, Lincoln Stripe,
Neapolitan, Clhintz, Evera, Clarissa, Counbra,
Bl'k. and Slate,&c.
PRINTS-Princess Royal, Queen's Delight, Chintz,
Bl'k. and Green, Hoyle's Bl'k. and Dove, Black
and White, Turkey Red, e&c. comprising a rare
and beautilfl assortment.
WHITE GOODS-Consistingof Cambrics, Jaconets,
Book and Swiss Muslins, Bishop & India Lawns,
Scotch and India Mull, Plaid Jaconets, Dotted
Mulls,Jaconets, Bobbinetts, &c.(complete stock)
&c. &c. &c.
In addition to the above, they will receive by the
"Belvidera" now expected, and probably by the New
York Packets from Liverpool, a further addition to
their stock, which, with their purchases in this coun-
try, will render their assortment complete. They will
sell on liberalterms. JOHN R. RICARDS & CO.
ja 30 3tawtf wPitf
NEW SPRING DRY GOODS.
R OBERT HILL & CO. No. 73 Baltimore st.
would respectfully inform their friends and cus-
tomers that they are daily receiving from the different
Auctions and Importers New and Fresh GOODS, of
the latest style and desin., ii,:.]-.uru; in part of-
Super bl'k and ..lu. r'ii C LI. 1 H.
do Invisible and Polish Green CLOTHS
do Brown and Olive do
do Fancy and Medley do
do Plain and Fancy CASSIMERES
do i single mill'd do
do Plain and Twilled Summer CLOTHS
do Plain anid Ribbed DRILLINGS
do Bl'k and blue bl'k Italian LUSTRINGS
do Gro de Rhine
do Plain and Figured SILKS
do Figured SATIN MODE
do English and French BOMBAZINES
do New style Shallys and Mouslin de Lanes
do Plain (col'd ) do do
dto New style American and British PRINTS
do Painted LAWNS
do Plain and hemstitched Linen Camb'k Hdkfs.
do India and Spittlefield Silk do
do Cambric and Jaconet MUSLINS
Barklie's SoRft finished Irish Linen, from 371 to 1,00.
ALSO
1 bale Russia DIAPERS. (fine quality)
4 bales B-own MUSLINS, (different prices)
4 cases Bleached do do
I do fine Corded Skirts
1 bale Twilled Muslin, brown
I case .. Bleached and many other
scarce and desirable Goods, which will be sold
extremely low Wholesale and Retail, by
ROBERT HILL & CO.
fe 22 No. 73 Baltimore at.


F. W. DAMMANN.
IMPORTER OF GERMAN DRY GOODS,
No. 1 South Charles street, up Stairs.
HAS received by late arrivals and offers for sale
on cheap terms, the following assortment of
season-thle DRY GOODS.
BURLAPS No. 1,2, and 3
Tecklenburgs and WESER LINEN
A lull assortment of Cotton HOSIERY, viz.
Womens white, black and colored Cotton HOSE
Mens white, brown, blue mixed and black Cotton
halt HOSE
Childrens HOSE, &c.
4 cases Cotton GLOVES and SHAWLS
2 cases Silk and Cotton fancy SHAWLS
6 cases Pullicat, Madras, aad Foulard HDKFS
1 case SUilk Velvets anid Silk and Cotton VEST-
INGS
Black Silk Mantua RIBBONS
Cotton TAPES, No. 11,17 and 25
2 cases OIL CLOTH
-ALSO-
50 box-s TUMBLERS different kinds, ahd
25 barrels best quality STARCH
fe 8 d2w
W WHITE & COLORED SPOOL COTTON
Stewart's 6 cord Victoria White Spool Cotton,
of all Nos. from 12 to 150 (the very best in use)
Parson's do. from No. 12 to 70
Coloured SPOOL COTTONS, a full assortment,
Also Pins, Needles, Tapes.Linen Bobbins, Cords
Stay Bindings, Silk and Cotton Hosiery; Gloves
French worked Capes, full trimmed, do. plain
Worked Collars, worked Swiss and Jaconett
Edgings and ,i-..ir..
Splendid Thread Lace Edgings and Insertings
Lisbon do do do
The above with a general assortment of Irish Lin-
ens, Linen Sheetings, Sheeting and Shirting Muslins,
can always be had at the lowest prices ot
GEO. I. KENNARD,
fe 20 125 Balto. st.
AN'L. BIXLER & CO-Have on hand and
offer for sale on reasonable terms.
50 boxes 5's Roll's Spun TOBACCO,
100 do. Pound Lump Cavendish TOBACCO,
50 do. Small Lumps 12's and 16's,
Scotch Rappee, Macaban, Congress, and Natchi-
toches, SNUFF, in bottles and pack'd to order and
warranted to keep n any part of the Union.
ALSO.-
120,000 Principe, P. L. I). & Rendon brands,
30,000 do. 2nd quality,
150,000 Trabuco SEGARS,
50,000 Silva & Co. do.
190,000 Half Spanish do.
100,000 American do.
With a general assortment of articles in their trade.
Those who are in want of the above articles would do
well to examine their stock before purchasing.
oc28 eo
JOHN THEODORE KALL,
No. 7 COMMERCE STREET,
Offers for sale on accommodating terms-
1 0 PRINCIPLE SEGARS
1UI0 5.U-direct importation
60,000 Havana SEGARS do
22 tierces Cuba HONEY
30 hhds Kentucky Leaf TOBACCO
15 bales black Louisiana MOLASSES
25 casksDutch 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 eolm
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
Waffi' IRONS, and American manufactured
Hardware, of superior finish
Pennsylvania Pig IRON,grey and high
do Bloom
3 pair French Bunrr MILLSTONES, for sale by
HUGH BOYLE,
fe 9 eoSt No. 57 Smith's wharf.
RINTING PAPERS-
2500 reams News Printing 24X38
800 do do do 24X36
750 do do do 24X34
400 do do do 23X33
800 do do do 22X32
450 ito do do 251X35,
350 do do do 28X38j1
200 do do do 27X42
200 do do do 25X39
100 do do do 21X30
600 do Super royal do
2000 do Medium and Royal do-On hand and tor
sale by OTIS SPEAR,
ja 29 No. 21 South Charles street.
BRUSH & BELLOWS FACTORY.
J K, STAPLETON & SON-No. 258
BALTIMORE STREET, (near Howard st.)
Have in Store the following articles, which they offer
very low for cash and on the usual credit to town or
Country Merchants.
Sweeping BRUSHES, No. 2,3,5 and 6,
Chamber BROOMS, 2 sizes (very superior,)
Mill Brooms and Dusting BRUSHES, assorted sizes,
Scrubbing BRUSHES, 6,7, 8, 10and 12 rows.,
CLAMPS, 6,7,8,10 and 12 do.
Shoe Brushes, common size, middle and cov'd. backs,
Hatters BRUSHES, assorted,
Tanners, Blacking, Paste and Scouring BRUSHES,
Weavers Brushes, Horse BRUSHES, all sorts,
White wash 4,5, 6,8, 10 and 12 knotts,
Painters Brushes and Sash Tools, all sizes and quality
Cloth BRUSHES, plain and fancy, all descriptions.
Head Tooth and Nail BRUSHES, assorted
Shaving BRUSHES, of every description,
Blacksmiths' BELLOWS, all sizes, warranted to the
purchaser, and at reduced prices.
Braziers' and Jewellers BELLOWS, ja 29
AUCTION NOTICE.
EVER, CANNON & CO. AUCTION-
EERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Sale Rooms No. 28 South Charles street.
Who attend to sales of Real and Personal Estates,
such as Houses, Lots, Lands and Tenements, Horses,
Carriages, Vessels, stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Guns, Pistols, Plated Ware, Watches and
Jewelry, Furniture, China, Glassand Crockery Ware.
W. C. & Co. will give their especial attention to the
arranging and disposal of Furniture at private houses.
All sales at auction will be made by J. B. CAN.
NON in person.
Liberal advances in bankable money can all times
be obtained on goods, when consigned to us for Pub-
lic Sale. WEVER, CANNON &CO.
au26 eoll


FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER .
The brig CHARLES WIRGMAN, How-
laLd, maAter; burthen 1600 bbls. For termst apply to
Fe 19 4t HOOPER & HARDIST'IR.
t FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The fine fast sailing copper fastened and cop-
pered schr. COQUETTE, Capt. Gait; burthen about
850 barrels. Apply to JAS. 1. FISHER,
fe 19 d4t P No. 7 Spear's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
,The fast sailing copper fastened schr. T. R.
BETTON, Sam'l. M. Travers, master; burthen 1000
bbls., in readiness to receive cargo.
THOSE. HOOPER,
fe 16 d4t 5 Spear's wharf.
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 ]st 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.
DIVIDEND.
OFFICE MERCHANTS'FIRE INS. CO.
OF BALTO. Feby. 18, 1841. 5
HE President and Directors have this day de-
clared a dividend offour per cent for the lan smi,
months, payable at the office of the Company, No. 18
South st. on or alter the First day ot March next.
The Transfer Books wIlt be closed until the 2nd of
March. By order.
fel 9 dl2dM P J.SAURINNORRIS, Sec'y,
ELECTION.
OFFICE MERCHANTS' FIRE INS. CO.
Baltimore, Feb. 16, 1841.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in
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 1 P.M. J. SAURIN NORRIS,
fe 16 dt2M P Sec'y.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
WAREHOUSE NORTH STREET,
Near Post Office.
OULD respectly inform the City and West-
ern Mirchants that during the suspension of
Canal Navigation, they will receive and forward
goods to Pittsburg and Wheeling. All goods entrust-
ed to their care will be forwarded with promptness,
and at the lowest rates of carriage.
fe 5 O JOHN WEST, Agent.
WESTERN MERCHANTS WHO SHIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S LINE,
(During the Canal season,)
ILL find it to their interest, before shipping
their goods, to call at
JOSEPH TAYLOR & SON'S, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sin.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pisburg or
Wheeling.eg I 13 a!
MERCHANTS AND TRADERS of Balti-
1i more and the West who intend shipping via
Susquehanna Rail Road and Pennsylvania Canal to
intermediate points, Pittsburg, Wheeling, &c. will
have their goods forwarded with care and despatch,
on the lowest terms, by applying at
BINGHAM'S Depot, 122 North Howard at.
or to JAMES WILSON, Agent,
fe 6 117 North Howard st.
OFFICE OF MARYLAND INS. COMPANY,
3rd February, 1841.
NOTICEE 1S HEREBY GIVEN, that the
.1 President and Directors have this day declared a
dividend of Ten Dollars per share, payable at this
office on and after MONDAY the 15th inst.
The Stockholders of this Company are also notified
that they are required by the Charter to renew their
notes during the present month ; and also, that an e-
lection for thirteen Directors, to serve for one year,
will be held at the office of the Company, obrMON-
DAY, the 1st day of March next, between thie hour
of 10 and 12 o'clock. By order,
fe 3 4t* P WM. PARTLOW, Secy.
OFFICE OF THE BALTIMORE FIRE IN. )
SURANCECOMPANY,
February 13th, 1841.
]JOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders that
NL conformably to the charter an election will be
held at the Company's Office, No, 20 South street, on
MONDAY, tst March next, between the hours of 10
and 12 o'clock, for fifteen Directors.
The Transfer Books will be closed from the 20th
inst. sntil the 7th March. By order,
fe 13 eolE 0. P. WIRGMAN, Sec'y.
CLANDLES, GLUE. SANDPAPER. NAILS
B&c,-200 boxes Jackson's Mould CANDLES
6000 Ibs. GLUE, of good quality
275 reams SANDPAPER
300 kegs best Eastern Nails
9 bales new HOPS
60 boxes Colegates STARCH
3 bhls. Ig
63 boxes FIG BLUE
150 do Bakers and Laphams No. 1 Chocola e
20 do Homepathic and spiced do
30 do Bakers prepared COCOA
500 reams Wrapping
100 bundles S. Leaf
190 reams Imp'l. and Medium PER. For
80 bundles B. Box I sale by
25 do Sheathing
50 reams Tea J
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ja 18 d 68 South at. near Pratt.
ILLIAMSON & HENRY, No, 12 Soutn
W Charles street, have this day received, and will
keep.regularly on hand
STAY BINDINGS-BIk. white and drab, of all qua-
lilies
Cotton TAPES-BIk and white, No. 25, 135,145 and
147
Carpet BINDINGS-Green and chintz colors
Patent THREADS-Assorted Nos. of J. and D, Stu-
art's make
Holland TA PES-Assorted Nos.
Spool COTTON-White and cot'd low priced, in 100
,aid Spools
do do do Stuart's Victoria li0 do
do do do do 200 do
Orrel's Cotton BALLS-Assorted Nos.
Silk TWIST-BIk. and col'd Sewings
Driil'd Eyed NEEDLES; London & German Pins
Cotton Suspenders; Corset LACES
Shoe THREAD, Green and halfbleached
Shoe HEMP, low priced; &c. Ic. fe 13
CALLING THINGS BY THIIEIR RIGHT
C N M El.-AMERIcAN MANUFACI"URES
have at Iiihltime airiie0 at that a-cer.jencv, thai it
is ro longer necessary for them to ail-prar in our
mar.,' it, any incliOus or foreign naimes. 1 fie citi-
zens ol Bollmuore, anrid others in want ol C.I 14 PET-
ING,are rm.peelhllI In% filed to call at ilie '.IA'LV EI-
TON FACItiRV W,.REROOMNS, No. 200 Balti-
more street, up Slains. and examine Ilhe slork on
splendid BI.LTI.MOIRE MiNUFACTURED IN
GRAIN CARPETING, which lor beauty o pl; ,
tern, style and durability of colors, ha'e never been
excelled in any courintr. The above are now offered
by the subscriber, wholesale or retail, at uchi prices
as no foreign article 01 the kind can, compete with,
and are warranted in every particular to be ol lue
best quality. Fresh supphea are dailt receiving from
tha Factory. S. FAKRINGTON.


PASSAGE FROM IRELAND.
.* Peraoni in this Country desirous of secur.
ing passage for their friends from Ireland, can
0 so by apply irg to ihe qutiscrib,-r, in first classabips-
to sail hiom Live-ipool lri Baliirnore every month in
the itar. Femins liberal arind accurmi.Jj.ii, ,.
THUMAS B. ADL.AIR,
No., om.'mueini rel
03-.Drafts for small sum- I0 mon.-i oi tHO e acc',m-
mo.iati.oni i Passengers, can be procured as above.
ja30 dim P
v FOR VALPARAISOAi.D A MAR-
I KET-The coppered and copper fsteued A.I
American barque LOUISA, James A. Hi. 1. ..a. iisi-
ter; will be despatched as above ont. I. I-. :1,' i-:
of March. For freight or passage, having superior
accommodations, apply ir,
OLLRICH-S & LURMAN.
isja 29 P No. 31 Soumth riarle; 'i.
oS I- UR AlVI'T % kP- -I'. unoi.ariii.,l
IHdrn, ,erlari barque I\IkhGEN*-1 E-EN, i'pl.
acob Appel; will be despatchedl to the above port
without delay. For freight of .iml tit.wa.c conly
apply to OELlICHIs & LUIIM \N.
fe 12 8t P 31 Sniih qhanii,.- *1.
fi FOR RIO DiO JANIiIRO-4 Regular
2Tader-The brig ANN, Alex. B. Hanna,
master; will sail in 10 days. For frailh ,fw I.0sage
apply to HLUGH JENKIN.,
te 18 d Commerce street wharf.
& FOR KINGSTON, JAM.-The regu-
(lar packet barque 0 B, Capt. Win. G. w alli;
having a greater part of her freight engaged, w ill s il
for the above port in a few days. For freight or pas-
sage apply to WM. MASON & CO.
fe 19 dts No. 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR PROVIDENCE, R. L,-The new
i schooner THOMAS HOOPER, B. F. Howes,
master; will sail ia alew days. For fr.eiht nr pas.
sage, apply to THOMAS PLIW E,
fe 22 No. 9 Bowly's wharf.
FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Line-
The brig JOSEPH BALCH, Captain Davis,
will nave despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
ja22 P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
a f PFOR BOSTON --mHrgular toinmi-ieal
Line-The packet tbrig ._1i N, Rydi-r, master;
will have despatch. For freight or passage apply to
Captain on board, or to
THOSE. R. MATTHEWS,
fe 22 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
SFOR BOSTON-Regular Line-On Sa-
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The Report of Mr. PicKcNs, from the Cowmittee
on Foreign Relations in the House of Representatives,
seems to meet general disapprobation among conside-
rita men. It is believed to be ill-timed and singular-
ly deficient in temper and official dignity.
A special case was referred to tihe Committee, and
instead of confining attention to that, the occasion was
seized to launch out into a general invective against
British policy. The whole document appears to be
an ebullition of spleen witfiout any particular object
except to provoke a corresponding resentment. If it
had appeared to the Committee that British aggressions
had gone touch an extent as to require an attitude of
resistance on ourpart, and that the case of the Caroline
had transcended the ultimatum of endurance, it would
have been the duty of the Committee to recommend
such measures as the exigency must naturally have
called for. But it appears to have sufficed the writer
of the Report to "unpack his heart with words."
If this Report is to be regarded as a party mea-
sure, which it would seem to be since it was adopted
in the Committee by a party vote and a bare major-
ity, the aspect of the case is still more singular. The
aggressions of which the Report complains have not
been hidden from the public view until now;yet no
preparation has been made to meet the crisis which
the report seems to contemplate. The party, now so
suddenly belligerent, have been in power while these
alleged aggressions have been going on. If the feel-
ing of indignation which now bursts forth is natural
and well founded it cannotbeof instantaneous growth;
for it arises professedly from a declared series of en-
croachments and indignities on the part of Great Bri-
tain. Why has no precaution been taken for the worst
-if the worst is to be so boldly challenged! Nay,
there was not only nothing done in the way of prepar-
ing for the national defence or for vindicating the na-
tional 'honour before this inflammatory report came
out, but there has been nothing done since-nor has
anything been proposed.
Our relations with Great Britain involve difficul-
ties enough to require of our Government much pru-
dence and circumspection-leaving no room for rash-
ness and petulance to vapour at will. The sentiment
of the country is in favour of peace-if peace can be
secured without dishonour. Yet it is not clear that
Great Britain will ne for peace. Her views, her pol-
icy, her general course, are towards aggrandizement,
both present and prospective. She beholds in us a
growing rival, whose commercial enterprise may su-
persede her in every quarter of the world where ac-
tivity, perseverance and industry are allowed to con-
tend for superiority. The markets which she is en-
deavouring to open in unfrequented regions, as well
as those already possessed by her trade, may be en-
tered and occupied by American cruisers to her own
commercial loss. It is not altogether beyond proba-
bility that England, regarding the present and looking
to the future, may be willing to keep some pretext of
quarrel ready to serve her purpose whenever the op-
portunity seems favourable for striking a blow that
may cripple our energies, and render us less able to
rival her successfully.
Whether such considerations as these may be in.
fluential over the water or not it is nevertheless the
part of our statesmen tb recognize the possibility of
their existence.-And it is furthermore incumbent on
them that, while all prudent preparation is made to put
the country in a state of defence, no gratuitous pro-
vocation be given which may serve to put us in the
wrong in the eyes of other nations or of our own, in
case the matter should come to extremities. If there
be a war let it be one of England's own choosing-the
responsibility of self defence be ours. But if Con-
gress bestows upon the Report of Mr. PxcKENs that
degree of consideration which is due to it and no
more-there will arise no new difficulties from it, we
presume.
AGRICULTURE AND MANUFACTURES.-
The great predominance of the Agricultural interest ini
importance over every other interest of a country is
strikingly exhibited by the statistics of Great Britain.
That nation is at the head of Commercial and Manu-
facturing nations, yet it appears that nine millions of
her population are employed in agriculture, while
those engagedia other arts and pursuits do not exceed
four millions. Of this latter number not one hall are
employed in producing articles for foreign markets.
The number of people engaged in agricultural pur-
suits is four times as great as the number employed
in producing articles -for exportation, and the wealth
acquired by the former is about in the same propor-
tion.
These facts appear the more remarkable when it is
recollected that the soil of Great Britain is not na-
turally very fertile, but requires the continued appli-
cation of art and industry to keep it in a highly pro-
ductive state. And on the other hand the position of
that island is most advantageous for commerce, and
the limited extent of its territory, with a crowded
population, gives strong inducements to manufactures.
In the United States, agriculture, after supplying
the demand for home consumption, furnishes three
fourths of the exportsof domestic articles, and manu-
factures only a tenth. The fact that we export a large
quantity of raw material, which, after being manu-
factured abroad, comes back to us at an enhanced
price, shows pretty clearly that manufactures have
not yet attained to their proper position and magni-
tude in our country.
The exports of Great Britain amount to upwards of
five hundred millions of dollars, and they consist al-
most entirely of manufactured articles. This aggre-
gate of foreign commerce is vast ; butin comparison
with the internal trade of Great Britain, it will appear
of inferior importance. The most productive and
wealthy interest, the agricultural, contributes directly
little or nothing to the foreign trade.
We n y learn something from these facts to indi-
cate the immense value to which the internal trade of
the United Slates is destined to rise. It is already
great beyond the ideas of many, but its present con-
dition is only a beginning.
There is no country in the world where internal
trade can be carried on so advantageously or to such
extent as in the U. States. We have a North, a South,
an East, and a West-and each Section is almost an
empire in itself; yet are they all bound together by
such a happy diversity of wants and productions that


each can minister to the deficiencies of the rest. Na-
ture and art, moreover, have combined by means cf
lakes, rivers, canals and rail roads to bring remote
parts near together; so that with all the advantages of
different climates, soil, and natural configuration,
yielding a rich variety of products, there is added also
the convenience of virtual contiguity and national
compactness.
China and Japan are examples to show to what an
astonishing extent the productiveness and wealth of a
country may rise by internal trade, and domestic in-
dustry. Foreign commerce is allowed in neither to
a great extent; in Japan it is almost entirely prohibil-
ed. But neither of those countries is worthy to be
compared with ours in respect to the facilities of in-
terior communication or the enterprising character of
the population inhabiting each respectively.

Mexican Dollars.-Dr. Hort, the assayer of the
United States Branch Mint at New Orleans, informs
such persons are in the habit of depositing Mexican
dollars at the Mint, under the impression of realizing
some profit from the recoinage, that there is at present
in circulation in New Orleans, a large amount of
Mexican dollars, of a depreciated standard, and vary-
ing considerably as to the extent of depreciation.-
From the results of repealed assays made during the
three last years, he has discovered four descriptions of
the above currency, of the following respective va-
lues:
Of the l1st description the dollars worth 62 22-100
Of the 2d do do do 72 22-100
Of the 3d do do do 83 50-100
Of the 4th do do do 96 33-100
At the present time the dollars of the 3d description
worth 831 cents, are by far the most abundant in cir-
culation. rhey are so well executed that very few
persons, even the most experienced, can detect them.
The letter 'D" is stamped on them, intimating that
they came from the mint at Durango. He farther ob-
serves, that the Mexican gold coins have hitherto on
an average sustained their legal title and estimated
value.

Railroads are becoming quite frequent on the con-
tinent of Europe. The railroad between Lippsic and
Dresden, seventy miles long, a distance travelled over
in three hours and a half, is completed for about
600,000. There are but four bridges on the whole
length ; one tunnel, however, half a mile long, near
Dresden, where the hill rising gradually into the
mountains of the Erzsgeborge, contracts upon the
Elbe, and forms beautiful scenery on each side of the
railroad. One strange effect noticed on this railroad
is, thai in passing through a dense forest of fir trees,
the noi-e echoes back from the multitude of naked
stems, as if all the hailstorms in the year were con-
centrated into one !

The Whigs of Beverly, Mass., are to celebrate the
inauguration of Gen. Harrison by a supper, on the 4tb


The Anniversary of the birth of Washington was
celebrated yesterday by the parade of several of our
handsomest uniform military companies. We alsoob-
served the national flag displayed from the shipping
and public places. The day was remarkably fine for
the season, and the streets filled with numbers of peo-
ple who seemed greatly to enjoy the delightful wea-
ther.
The Lecture before the Mercantile Library Asso-
ciation this evening will be delivered by the Rev. Dr.
JOHNS. The subject,-"The motives which should
incite to the pursuit of Literature and Science," -is
full of interest, and will have ample justice done to it
by the able and eloqumant lecturer.

A paragraph has appeared in a Pbiladelphia paper
stealing that A. M. Carter is a bank defaulter in this
city. We are requested to say that the person alluded
to is not Mr. ALEXANDER M. CARTER, discount clerk
in the Bank of Baltimore.

The Baltimore Fire Insurance Company have de-
clared a dividend of five per cent, for the last six
months, of which one fifth will be added to the con-
tingent fund of the Company, and the balance paid to
the stockholders.
General Harrison is expected to reach Petersburg
this morning, and has accepted the offer of a public
dinner to be given to him in that city to-day.

U. S. Senator from New Jersey .-The Legislature
of New Jersey, on Friday last, elected the Hon. JA-
COn W. MILLER, of Morris County, a Senator of the
United States from the 3d If March, 1841, in place
of Garret D. Wall, whose term will then expire.

The Louisville Journal states that the Governor of
Kentucky has transmitted to the Legislature of that
State a letter from the Hon. J. J. CRITTENDEN, de-
clining a re-election to the U.S. Senate. Several
persons are mentioned as having been named as Mr.
Crittenden's successor, among them Governors Met-
calfe, Morehead, and Wickliffe, and Judge Buckner,
and Mr. Calboon.

The Hon. WILLIAM L. DAYTON one of the asso-
ciate Judges of the Supreme Court of New Jersey
has resigned.

The Inauguration.--Judging from the number of
persons who have gone and intend going to Washing-
ton on the 4th March, the ceremony of the Inaugura-
tion of President HARRISON will be witnessed by an
immense concourse. The National Intelligencer, in
noticing the crowds of visitors which have already
made their appearance at the Capital, says:-
"For the information of those who reside at a dis-
tance, and who may wish to attend the Inauguration,
we would state that our city is now remarkably
healthy, anid that the preparations every where mak-
ing, as well in private dwellings as in public places
of accommodation and entertainment, fully justify us
in saying to our numerous visitors, that they will
meet with A GENERAL AND A CORDIAL WELCOME."

The Charleston Southern Patriot has been general-
ly inclined to the support of Mr. VAN BUREN'S ad-
ministration. We find in it the following judicious
remarks concerning two important measure which
will be likely to form prominent parts of Gen. HAR-
asoSN's policy:
The two leading measures which appear to divide
parties in Congress are duties on certain imported ar-
ticles of luxury, and the distribution among the States
of the revenue raised by the sale of the public lands.
We cannot conceive the force of the objection to a
tax on luxuries. We are unable to comprehend the
wisdom or justice of that policy that permits the con-
sumer of Silks, Wines, Laces and all other articles of
luxurious expenditure, to escape all impost whatever
on them, while the poor man who consumes Sugar
and Cloth is heavily assessed by a high duty on their
importation. This inequality should nut exist under
any circumstances; but while the revenue is deficient
its rectification should not be for one moment delayed.
Another measure of importance which has been
largely debated in Congress is the distribution of the
proceeds of the public lands among the States. It
would appear on a superficial view of this measure to
be injudicious, if not contradictory in policy, to divert
that portion of the public revenue derived from the
public domain from its ordinary purposes, while the go-
vernmeni income is not equal to the expenditure. But
more mature reflection will satisfy the mind that the
present position of the country creates an exception
to ordinary rules of financial policy. The States are
heavily burdened with debt. The payment of the in-
terest alone to their European creditors amounts to a
very large sum annually. The distribution of the pro-
ceeds of the public lands will relieve them of the ne-
cessity of imposing direct taxes where they do not
exist, or increasing them where they do prevail, to
meet their foreign engagements.
On this latter point it may be added that the manner
ia which the general government acquired possession
of the Public Lands and the tenure upon which it
holds them, constitute especial reasons why the re-
venue derived from that source should be distributed
among the States. The Patriot goes on to say:
Now, what would be the worst possible effect from
such a measure on the finances of the general gov-
ernment? It would, perhaps, compel Congress to fund
the Treasury Notes and change the character of the
public debt. Suppose a debt of twenty millions of
dollars incurred to meet present and future deficien-
cies in the Treasury, what is there in this to alarm
the fears of any Statesman not so timorous in his pol-
icy as to he frightened by shadows? Is it to be ima-
gined that the Treasury could not effect a loan on as
advantageous terms as it is able to borrow by an issue
of Treasury notes, for what is this species of obliga-
tion but a public debt ih disguise?

CATHOLIC BISHOPS.-The Catholic Herald
says:-"We have heard from a source entitled to cred-
it that the Papal Bulls have been received appointing
the Rev'd. Mr. RICHARD WHELAN, to be Bishop of
Richmond, Virginia, and the Rev. Dr. JOHN J.
CHANCE, President of St. Mary's College, Baltimore,
to be first Bishop of the newly created See, of Nat-
chez, Mississippi."

An artist in Charleston is said to produce beautiful
full length likenesses with lhe Daguerreotype. His
apparatus and instruments are so highly improved,
that he produces these likenesses in the shade.

Captain MCCAULEY will be the Flag Captain ofthe
U. S. ship Delaware, about to sail for (he Mediter-
ranean under command of Coin. Morris.

The Harrisburg Intelligencer slates that during the
present session of the Pennsylvania Legislature, se-
veral petitions have been presented for such action as
will prevent the use of the public works on the Sab-
bath day. The same paper remarks that a disposi-
tion seems to prevail extensively among the people,
to check the transportation upon the canals and rail
roads, for one day in the seven.

FLORIDA.-A letter from Florida~publishedin the
Savannah Georgian, states that Tiger Warrior, and
his party of seventy-two Imtians (surprised some time
since by Col. Riley,)have faithfully given themselves
up and gone to Tampa. Col. Worth and Col. Har-
ney were operating in the Everglades with a fair pros-
pect of success-their mode of fighting the Indians
showing them to be well acquainted with their busi-


ness.
The Pennsylvania Miltonian of the 20th states that
the Susquehanna River was frozen over at that place
for the third time this winter. The ground was cov-
ered with snow, which bade fair to last for some
time.
The Chestertown News states that all the houses of
Mr, C. Hale, residing in the lower part of Kent
County, were consumed by fire on Friday last. Sev-
eral head of cattle and horses were also burnt.

The Philadelphia Inquirer states that such was the
demand for small notes in that city on Saturday last,
that they commanded a premium of from one to three
per cent.
New State.-The St. Louis Gazette states, as apro-
ble event, that before fifteen years application will
be made for the admission into the Union of the State
of DACOTAH. The territory which will probably be
embraced in this State will cover a large prairie region
north of Iowa, and will possess a soil of very superi-
or quality.

A man named Flood murdered his wifo at Wrights-
ville, Penn. on Thursday last, by chocking her. He
is now injail.

The National Intelligencer says:
It gives us pleasure to be able to state that Mr.
BADGER, of North Carolina, has accepted the offer of
the post of Secretary of the Navy under the Adminis-
tration whose duties begin on the 4th of next month.
This information is the more welcome to those who
know him, because some apprehension was entertained
of his declining the appointment in consequence 61 his
professional engagements. All considerations of per-
sonal convenience and interest have, bowever,vielded
to the sense of duty which impels him to take the
place in the Cabinet to which he has been called by
the distinguished citizen whom he had so essentially
aided in placing in the Presidential Chair.

pTHE POST MASTER GENERAL.
FRANcis GRANGER, the new Postmaster General
will enter upon his duties with great personal popu-
larity. The HAaRisoN delegation of his State una-
nimously urged him to go into the cabinet of the new
President, Indeed we have heard of but one opinion
as to his fitness for the station he is about to occupy.
All agree that he will make a most excellent officer.
In the House of Representatives ot the United States
he has always occupied a very distinguished place.-
He is an impressive speaker-has a fine voice,-very
distinct enunciation, and an easy flow of language.-
In point of personal appearance few if any excelthim
in the nation. We have sometimes almost wondered.
that a gentleman of his fortune could have been pre-
vailed upon _toquit his beautiful residence in the in-


Twenty Sixth Congress.
SECOND SESSION.
YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
Correspondence of the American.
WASHINGTON, Feb'y. 22d.
UNITED STATES SENATE.
As soon as the journal was read, the Clerk brought
from the House the bills passed in that body this
morning in relation to the North-Eastern Boundary
Survey and Lands in Indiana. The last named bill
wants but the signature of the President to become a
law.
Mr. WHITE presented the resolutions of the Le-
gislature of Indiana upon the subject of Foreign du-
ties and a permanent Pre-emption system.
Mr. CLAY presented a memorial from the eastern
part of Tennessee, praying for the protection of Ame-
rican Silks and the imposition of duties upon foreign
luxuries.
Mr. CRITTENDEN presented a memorial from
Kentucky for a General Bankrupt Bill.
FEDERAL OFFICERS.
Mr. CRITTENDEN brought forward his bill to
prevent the interference of Federal Officers in Elec-
tions. Mr. C. took occasion to explain. That there
was interference in the elections on the part of Fed-
eral officers was undeniable, and it was a fact not less
undeniable that the abuses required some remedy.-
The Bill now brought forward was substantially the
same as the one before the Senate at the last session.
Mr. Jefferson's opinions were quoted, and also those
of Gov. Clinton, both complaining of interference,
and declaring that it should be cause of removal.
In England, notwithstanding the predominance of
Aristocracy and Monarchy, all classes of officers
were prohibited from interference in elections under
a bill passed in 1694. Blackstone and Locke were
also quoted to show the extent of interference, and
its criminal character commented upon at length.
The objections to such a Bill were next considered.
Upon a similar occasion his friend, (Mr. Buchanan)
had said that the officers of the Government were the
enlisted soldiery of the nation. In England the law
Was that the military should be removed two days be-
fore an Election from the District where the Election
was held, and should not return until one day after.-
Mr. C. with great ability and clearness considered and
removed the objections to the bill which upon a for-
mar occasion had been brought forward. Federal of-
ficers, he contended, had no right to persuade or dis-
suade people from acting in their own elections. The
People should be protected as well as the office hold-
ers. Mr. C. was not disposed to control the liberty of
speech and the liberty of the Press. He wished only
that the officer should not idle away his time and in-
termeddle in Elections. His speech was not tobe re-
stricted at all, but he should learn that one of the du-
ties of his office was not to interfere in Elections.
A general discussion followed, very brief and very
much to the purpose.
Mr. SEVIER considered the Bill nugatory because
it could not be practically executed.
Mr. LINN was against the bill, and was willing
to leave Executive officers with public opinion to
control them. Officers, for aught he cared, might
preach from the House top against this or any Ad-
ministration. Mr. L. was disposed to meet the ques-
tion in another form, and chose a Resolution to em-
body an opinion instead of a bill.
Mr. CLAY of Ky. was for the establishment of some
general principle in regard to removals from office,
and interference in elections on the part of Federal
officers. But first he reminded the Senate of the no-
ble example of his friend and colleague from Kentuc-
ky, one of the victims of General Jackson's hatred
and embittered opposition-removed by him for no
cause whatever, buta difference of opinion; now but
ten days prior to the close of the Administration,
brings forward a bill which is to control the action of
the new Administration-the author of the bill him-
sell to hold a position in the new Administration, aind
he is now willing to submit to the control that his
measure enforced. The spectacle was one worthy of
all praise, and the Senate could not but admire it; and
it was an example worthy of being transmitted to pos-
terity.
Mr. Clay reminded the Senate of the interference of
the Government Attorney for this District,--of the At-
torney for the New York District,-of the Collector
for the Port of Boston,-and of the interference of oth-
ers in elections also. The new Administration were
willing to control the officers of the Government, and
as a matter of policy he thought those who might by
and by want a change of Administration, might sub-
mit that those in office should be thus controlled.
Mr. Clay spoke in regard to the propriety of pas-
ing the bill. Ile thought it was constitutional to
check interference. There were precedents for it in
Treasury Departments, in the Land Office, and in
other branches of the public service. Officers were
not permitted to speculate in funds, or to enter lands,
and were otherwise controlled, and very properly.
The debate was continued by Mr. BUCHANAN,
who regarded the bill as unconstitutional, and there-
fore was not willing to receive it.
Mr. SEVIER and Mr. WRIGHT also spoke in op-
position,with Mr.CULBERTofGeorgia,who thought
it would be better to have an amendment to prevent
all from taking office who had interfered in elections.
Mr. Cuthbert was replied to by Mr. CRITTEN-
DEN, and in a manner which prompted him to ex-
claim that he meant nothing personally, but merely
spoke of the Senator in his representative capacity.
Mr. NORVELL and Mr. CALHOUN had some
remarks to make; so also had Mr. PRESTON and
others. The debate was conducted to the close with
spirit and ability, and with courtesy also.
Mr. PRESTON, in concluding his remarks, made
appropriate allusion to Mr. Crittenden, the author of
the Bill, complimenting him for his talents,patriotism
and worth. The effect upon the audience was tre-
mendous, and the applause which followed made the
welkin ring. Order was not restored for a long time,
and not until one of the galleries was cleared, some
of the Senators insisting and the Vtce Piesident giving
the order.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House immediately went inmo Committee of
the whole this morning, the question before it being
on the passage of a Bill granting certain lands to the
State of Indiana lying between the Wabash and Tip-
pecanoe Rivers. Toe Bill was considered in Com-
mittee, Mr. BANKS ofVa. in the Choir, and was
subsequently reported to the House with another
Bill considered at the same time, making; an appro-
priation ofaseventy five thouisan dollars for continu-
img the survey and exploration of the North Eastern
Boundary line,
The bills were passed in committee and in the House
also in some thirty minutes. An effort was made to


reduce the appropriation for the Boundary survey to
50, 37 and 20 thousand dollars. A ll of these failed,
and the bill was passed almost unanimously.
Mr. JONES moved that the House resolve itself
into committee of the whole for the purpose of con-
sidering the Civil andl Diplomatic bill. Mr. BELL of
Tenn. was called to the chair, and Mr. SERGEANT
of Pa. resumed and closed his remarks.
The amendment under consideration was in re-
ferenceto the fees of Marshals, District Attorneys
and others. Mr. Sergeant spoke well to the subject,
and in reference to other matters, commenting with
some freedom upon the course of debate in the House,
and complaining of the theories advanced, at the ex-
pence ot much time and when no practical question
was before the House, in regard to the Tariff and kin-
dred questions.
Some personal explanation followed between Mr.
RHETT, Mr. STANLEY and others in regard to
unimportant matters.
Mr. Sergeant was followed by Mr. CUSHING of
Mass. in some well timed remarks in reference to the
Tariffand other matters which had been so much en-
larged upon by other members. The questions dis-
cussed were out of time, and were so many theories.
By and by they would become practical, and then he
should be ready to consider them. In regard to the
question before the House he was not for taking any
specific action upon it at presen'. The Whig party
came into power with the cry of Harrison and reform
written upon all their banners, and this was to be the
great object ofthe new Administration. If it did not,
with a competent majority, attempt to establish the
principle, he hoped it would be as signally rebuked as
the Administration whose course of conduct had been
condemned by the people.
Mr. HUNT of N. Y. followed in some appropriate
remarks, and Mr. G. DAVIS of Ky. has the floor in
continuation of the discussion.

Monsieur Vat/emare in Canada-A low imposing
the necessary tax to raise tihe itinds for erecting a
Vatlimare Institute passed the Special Council of
Montieal on the 6th instant, by an almost unanimous
vote. The object ofthe Institute is to carry into ef-
fect the design of national exchanges advocated
throughout this country last year by M. Alexandra
Vattemare. ________
It iasaid that John Jacob Astor, of New York, has
lost a million of dollars by the failure of the United
States Bank. ______
Fattening Poultry.-An experiment has lately been
tried of feeding geese with turnips, cut up very fine
and put into a trough with water. The effect was,
that six geese, weighing only 9 lbs. each when shut
up, actually weighed 20 lbs. each, after about three


Maryland Legislature.
Correspondence of the American.
ANNAPOLIS, February 22d, 1841.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Mr. Poultney presented the petition of sundry citi-
zens of Baltimore County, relating to the office ot
State Geologist. Referred.
Mr. Maxwell presented the memorial of sundry
citizens of Port Deposite and its vicinity, praying for
a charter ofa Bank,on condition that the stockholders
be made liable in their individual capacity to a limit-
ed amount, say one hundred per centum. Referred to
the Committee on Corporations.
Mr. Poultney presented the petition of sundry citi-
zens ofthe City and County of Baltimore relating to
the preservation of wild fowl in the Suequehanna and
its tributary streams.
Mr. Billingslea presented the petition of sundry citi-
zens of Harford County, praying that no license may
be issued for retailing intoxicating drinks in any elec-
tion district of any county or any ward of any city of
this State, wherein a majority of the voters thereof at
the polls at any genarel election so express their
wish. And further that the sale of intoxicating liquors
may be prohibited on the Sabbath.
Mr. Martin submitted a message requesting the
Senate to return a bill passed by the House entitled an
act to prohibit any corporation or individual or asso-
ciation of individuals from issuing any paper intended
to circulate as money or currency, that the same may
be reconsidered by this House. The message was as-
sented to by a vote of 31 to 29.
Mr. Presstman, Chairman of the select committee
to whom was referred the report of the President and
Visitors of the Maryland Hospital with instructions
to visit and inspect the condition of said Institution
delivered a report which was ordered to be printed.
The House proceeded to consider the bill reported
by Mr. Graves, to provide for the reorganization of
the City Court of Baltimore, and for the more prompt
administration of justice in said City. Thie bill was
laid on the table.
On motion of Mr. Gallagher the House took up the
bill supplementary to an act to vest certain powers in
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, &c. An
additional section was added, stating that the act
should not take effect until the first day of June next.
The bill as amended was passed.
SENATE,
Mr. Howard presented the memorial of the Balti-
more and Ohio Rail Road to be relieved from the pay-
ment of one million of dollars to Washington County.
Referred to a Select Committee.
Leave was granted to report a further supplement
to the Insolvent Laws of this State. It was subse-
quently reported anl passed.
A bill was reported to regulate the issuing of exe-
cutions, which was laid upon the table.

Correspondence of the American.
SUPREME COURT UNITED STATES.
WASHINGTON, February 22.
The Supreme Court Room is now as attractive as
any part of the Capitol. Thedimistad case was be-
fore the Judges to-day, the Attorney General, Mr.
Gilpin, arguing in behalf of the Government.
Mr. Adams will not probably address the Court for
a day or two.

The Philadelphia Standard repeats the prophecy
made a few days ago, that the New York andt Boston
Banks will be unable to continue specie payments,
and says:
Already the money markets of New York and BoIs-
.ton are exceedingly tight, and when the news of the
suspension shall have reached Ei.!i,..t. it will be
tighter still. Pennsylvania and uli ,ri.-r American
stocks and securities will be thrown into the New
York market and a drain ofspecie cominmenced,which,
we have no longer the slightest hesitation to say, will
Force the Banks to suspend specie payments. They
may try to avert the blow; nut they will have to come
to it, and they may hold themselves answerable for
consequences.

The U. S. steamer Newbern, Capt. McNalty, left
Savannah hor Pilatka on the 16th inst. and had pro-
ceeded but a short distance when she struck a snag
and was run ashore. Her deck load was saved, but
her cargo of Government stores was much damaged.

Correspondence of the United Slates Gazette.
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, 41 P. M.
The Eastern Mail arrived this morning at 10 o'clock,
but up to the time of writing, no accounts have been
received of the arrival of the Britannia from Liver-
pool, at Boston. The markets yesterday were per-
fectly inactive, and it is not probable much mercan-
tile business will be done until we have further ad-
vices from Europe.
A fire broke out last evening on the corner of Stan-
ton and Sheriff street, which destroyed two frame
dwellings.
Another fire was discovered in a rum shop, No. 72
Cherry street, but was extinguished, before any dam-
ago was done to the premises, by a strange foresight
of the servant, who had his beds, &c., all snugly pac-
ked and out upon the opposite sidewalk before the
fire was discovered.

STEAM ENGINES-We have received a copy
ol the annual report of the canalcommissioners ot
Pennsylvania. .ii... Hi- ...h m.-inH theretoappen-
ded,is the report l hi- ..ui.. niiiirr.iii ofmotive pow-
er on the Philadelphia andti Columbia rail road, in
which an engine built by Mr. Ross Winans, ot Ihis
city, is spoken ot in the moat flattering terms, which
apply not only to the i. nu,n ,, i.., t to the class
of engines built by Mi V' ii.rn.. \\ r rract the fol-
lowing from the report. "In addition to the different
engines of the ordinary construction purchased by the
,,.!.-,i--',.*I, t: *.,.: m is11 by Ross W inanot Baltinmoe,
".ni. ii ,. ..-II .,; ,is..i i-, was contracted for by a reso-
lution of the board, previous to the date of my last re-
port. The general pi ,,di,-l upon which this engine
us constructed, is .simIl i.., the one which, by ihe
order of my predecessor, had been placed on the road
near a year before my appointment. It is, however,
entirely different in its proportions.
"This engine was constructed by special orders, as
an experiment in the use of anthr-cite coal as a fuel
to generate steam, and on trial, has met all my antici-
pations. It is very large and heavy, with more than
double the power oa any other machine on the road.-
It burns anthracite coal exclusively, and from the ad-
ditnonal space of fire box, obtained by its increased
saze, has advantages in the use of that article, which
are not, and winch cannot be obtained by any o'nier
plan of engine. it is intended exclusively tor the trans-
portatiom of heavy trains of burthen cars. It will haul
double the ordinary train, but owing to als great
weight, must be rum very slowly over the road."
We have understood that thins engine rests its en-
tire weight on jour propelling wheels, each wheel
supportirnc about the same weight as each one of tre
fwo-propelling wheels of the inn,:- .1 ,t I.-a six wheel
engines on the Philadelphia am. i .' :.lrnt rri m road. The
engine last bituit by Mr. Winans, and which we have
helore noticed, is still more powerful tnan the oei
spoken of ii hne report-having overcome tih diffi
ciulty that has heretofore seemed insurmountable, of
placing 8 wheels under his engine, and connecting the
motive power with all of them, so as to get the adhe-
sion of tire entire weight, without having a weight on
any one wheel which is oppressive to the road. The
engine now lurnished weighs 19 30-100 tons, when in


running condition, and is mounted on eight propelling
wheels, which divide the weight equally among them,
putting 2 42-100 on each wheel. 1'he passenger en-
gines of Norris' construction, in such expensive u-e,
s. .-'l about 10 tons when in running condition; but
m. u,.'s have but two propelling wheels, lhs Eereshlst
adhesion which they can render available i- i.i, ir-, ..i-
ing from 670-100 tons resting on the driving wheels,
which is but little more than one-third the adhesion ob-
tained by lMr. Winan's eightwheel engine, while the
weighton each driving wheel of tlhe Norris is 3?5-100
tons,neatly a ton more than the weight on each wheel
of the 8 wneel engine. The power of every locomotive
engine is limited by the greatest adhesion ofits wheels
on the rails;the aidhesion is directly as the ..,i.u-i, res-
ting on the propelling wheel collectively. i i- greater
the weight beating on any one wheel the mote des-
tructive to bhe road. Thlie greatest economy in trans-
portation results from the use of the most powerful
engines that can beemployed consistent with the
strength and character of the road on which they are
to run; hence the ..lti ant ,g wnl wlini I,.'. lise number
of propelling wheels.
Anaccount was published a few days since in a
Philadelphia paper of a gross load of 481- tons being
drawn over the Phildelphia and Reading rail road by
an engine built by Messrs. Baldwin, Vail & Hulty,
the weight of which is stated to bell, 92-1(;0 tons, and
the weight on the driving wheels 6 30-100 tons. As
this is less than one-third the weight on the driving
wheels of Mr. Winans' eight wheel engine, which has
been shown to work to the full extent of its adhesion,
it follows that it would be capable of taking over the
Reading road three times the amount of the load above
named.
The report above mentioned states a fact which
gives Mr. Winans' engine great recommendation. It
is with reference to fire firo locomotive engines.-
Extract from the report: "But I am constrained to
say, that I amn now satisfied that public opinion has
always placed a mistaken estimate on the seciruity in
engines the fuel of which was exclusively mineral
coal, againsthringproperty in the vicinity of the road.
One year's experience has settled that question in the
mind of every one who has paid any attention to the
subject.
It is true, if all the engineson the road were con-
structed on the same plan as those made by loss Wi-
nans, of Baltimone, with vertical boilers and tubes, or
flues, arid a constant or uniform di aftl, that there would
be no danger trom fire. But with the ordinary engine,
the draft of which is created by the exhausted steam
of lthe engine itself, there is and can be no '-rir a .-
gainst fire." Itis rather curious that such iItI.,rrgib
accounts of our own manufactures should be made
known to us first trom a distance-we trust the time is
at hand when our mechanics will receive all the oa-
trooage to which they are so well entitled.- Clipper.
Extract of a letter, dated
HAVANA, February 5th.
Fanny Ellsler is more the rage here than she was
in New York. The people of Havana are still great-
er fools than they of the United States. On her ben-
efit night next week, a purse is to be presented to
her, to which fifty ofthe rich Creoles here have sub-
scribed sixty ounces or doubloons each, making the
sum of fifty one thousand dollars. One of my friends
has seen the list, or I would not believe it. The same
night, after the Theatre, a certain Countess is to give
her a ball. When she comes out of the Tacon thea-
tre outside of the walls, she is to step into an open vo-


beaux. In this Way she is to pass in procession thro'
the streets of the city to the ball.-NV. Y. Jour. Corn.

Communication.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO CANAL.
The accounts from Annapolis concur in stating that
the Legislature, though containing a greater than or-
dinary infusion of talent, energy and honesty of pur-
pose, are completely at a loss in devising means for
meeting the present crisis in the finances of there State.
That their position is one of extraordinary difficulty
no one will dispute. A treasury bankrupt in means
and almost in resources, heavy immediate liabilities
clamorous for settlement, an ascertained annual deficit
in the revenue ofa magnitude to alarm the most san-
guine, the bonds of the State depressed to a point
which renders her credit unavailable except at the
most ruinous sacrifices, confidence shaken at home,
American credit prostrated abroad, the political hori-
zon clouded and threatening. Such are the circum-
stances that cause and justify .ir i"-.i' ifxis .
To decide judiciously upon the course to be taken
amid such embarrassments it is necessary to shake
-off all those extraneous influences, which sometimes
upon occasions of inferior moment, are permitted to
operate upon public measures. It is especially ne-
cessary to frown away certain influences, which, by
anir organized and conceited action, are brought to bear
in favor oh a further appropriation to the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal, and which, having brought the State,
as they think, inextricably within their toils, are now
urging forward their selfish and ill-timed pretensions,
and disturbing and confusing the deliberations of the
Legislature. To the interest of Allegany county in
that work we would not deny its just weight, and the
arguments addressed to the interest of the State as a
stockholder, with whatever force they possess, may
be legitimately urged. But the influence ofa foreign
and hostile interest, that of the District of Columbia,
to which the prosperity and honor of the State are
considerations of small moment when brought into
conflict with the advancement of their cherished pro-
ject-of joint stock companies and speculators in Al-
lsgany lands- of the holders,mostly jobbers and specu-
lators who have bought it up at heavy rates of dis-
count, of the four hundred and fifty-three thousand
dollars of scrip issued within the last eight months by
the Canal Company, in defiance of a virtual prohibi-
tion against such a proceeding by the Legislature ol
Maryland at their last session-such influences as
these should be effectually removed from the discus-
sion ofa question involving so deeply the honor and
welfare of lthe State and the property oft her citizens.
If thire question, thus freed forom all extrinsic bias,
shall be considered dispassionately upon its own me-
rits, it cannot be doubted that the Legislature will re-
fuse to make a further appropriation to there Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal in the present perilous crisis of the
State. Let them so decide, and let them pledge the
State against an increase of the public debt and for a
system ofeconomy and retrenchment, and they may
fearlessly adopt such a system of taxation as may be
necessary to meet the present emergency, with full
confidence that it will be sustained and concurred in
by their constituents. _MARYLAND.
The Legislature of Indiana have authorized the
State Bairnic, io issue $S1,000,000 in notes under $5.

It is estimated that in lorty-two years more, a cen-
turoy I rom the achievement of our natinnnal indepen-
dence, our population will nriot vary much irom FIFrYv
MILLIONS.
Rather too Many, 9000 persons applied for admis-
,ioii to hear Profssor Sillirman's Lectures on Chemis*
try, at Lowell, while there hall will hoild only 2000.
A lucky escape.-The Cincinnati Republican of
the 16th inst. says:-"We learn Irom a enie-ne-r rn
board ot ithesteambiat Raritan,4that Mr. I.- I 1, i.
the writing; master, was kicked overboard by hie
horse, one hundred miles above New Orleans. The
silot, and a young genllemair by the name of Gains-
fird, leaped into the Mi8ssisippi after him, and with
their united eifbrts lodged himi safely on the bank ol
the river."
Paupers-Massachuselts has 14,912 paupers, the
annual expense ot maintaining whom is 320,241 dol-
lars. Tle State pays 41,053 dollars, and the rest is
paid by the towns.
The Small Pox.--'lTis di-ease prevails to a consid-
erable extent at the present time in there northern and
northwestern seesions of the city. We have heard of
as many as four cises in one family. The fact of the
existence of this disease suggests the prudent recourse
to vaccination at the earliest moment.-Philad. Sutu.
Curious Relic--It will be remembered that on the
capture of the Chinese island Chusan in July last,
there was taken by tie British among the spoils ol
war, a brass cannon,a six pounder,bearing an inuscrip-
tion showing it to have been made in, 1601, by Rich-
ard I' .i'hn It is supposed that this gun was sent to
China by Q (eels Elizabeth as a present. It appears
from certain records ithat Richard Phillips was one of
the royal gn.-lounders during tire reignsoi Elizab-ti
and Jamies 1. arid a record has been iound of ithe cast-
ing of a gun by Phillips in 1601 which answers to
the description of that taken at Chiusan. Noother gun
o the kind is known to have been cast in that year -
It is supposed that the gun is the oldest ofits kind in
exi stence..
.A1 Comnfortable State.-The s...li,.i ii'hiii;
view oh the financial condition of0 I .... ... r, ,4 i..;.i
al authentic source:
"The ordinary annual expenses of the state govern-
ment aie about... .........................$880,000
To meet this expenditure the state has a re-
venue fIrom Bank divit-i-nd? .... '3n.nnr)
Tax on non-residei B H,.i. '.,,.,. .,
sales at Auction, Escheats, Fines,
& c............ ..... .. ..... .. ...... 15,0o 0
One cent State Tax on grand list.... 35.000
--_-$80,000
"Our state ic free from debt ant' all liabilities.
"Our internal improvements are made by private
associations.
"Our school fund is now over two millions of1 dol-
lars, and nearly all productive. We shall the present
year pay out toschools one hundred and twelve thou-
sand dollars; and ii addition to this, one half of Ihe in-
terest .,n.i.;.- on the depositre und received roam the
United ",r ., i- .,.n ,i 1. ibr the support of com--
mon schools."--._1.h .,, isis',..
Ice Ho!-The quantities of ice taken from Fresh
Pond, are enormous-and during a cold season the
supply may be considered inexhaustible. The runount
of Its is refreshing article, shipped last year from Char-
lestown and Boston was about 32,000 tons-nearly all
of which came iron Fiesh Pond. During the year,
several ;;]'r:, ice houses have been erected, near Spy
Pond in \. .-, int,, ,.I.-r.,bhicb the proprietors are
now busily ,'.1 ;.:.t in. is in Tlie exportation of ice
taken Irom these two ponris, during the present year,
will probably amount to 40,000 tons-employing 133
vessels, each carrying 300 tons.
This business must increase to a very considerable
extent. Ice is highly valued in Southern po ts, where
ever it has been imtroduced-an-d the peoide are ex-
ceediig reluctant to forego the luxiany. lI many
,ange and populous towius to the West India Islaods,
ice has not yet been introduced-but if wejudge cor-
rectly ot Yankee ,rri., _,i ... soon will be when
Charlestown I-ran,. i 5,in,.,.l extended to Fresh
Pond, this wrll become an important article of export.
B-a3otn Evrvening Journal.
From fhe Cincinnati Chronicle.
GEOLOGICAL REMAINS OF TilE WEST.
We have had the pleasure of a conversation with
one of the most sir .iii-. ,.1 :.,r.i-,e,-ri i,. [, W est;
upon some of the ii,,' i iI l. "I iir" Sirs ,i.i, r..memaiis
of M issouri and \' 5 ..'.,.,.r i.-.n I , infor-
med us he had ecttrally seen and examined lor him-
self, with all the facts and history ot curious remains
eilter oi men or animals in the West. We thought it
weald not be tminterestingto describe, in brief terms,
some of these remains, especially as we have been
rattler sceptical in respect to some of the accounts.


1st. The MISSOUarAN, or the vast and unknown
animal recently discovered in Missouri. This he has
seen and examined. The man who discovered this
animal, did it in consequence ofan Indian tradition
which said that at that place there was buried a great
animal, and whose remains they were anxious to pro-
tect, and to keep the whiles off. On digging, the re-
mainr were fourd as described. With them were also
found Indian arrow heads of much larger than the
usual siz', and the remains of a man ofextraordinary
size. The Unitilnal is put together, and of v.;st
siz A band of music is seated between his ribs, I
and at a height oi ten or twelve feet; his length is
twenty or thity feet, and he belongs without doubt
to the amphibious class. Hir tisks are of enormous
size, and notwithstanding they ara curved in and
partly Lroken, measure 15 feet troum tip to tip. The
most singular part ofhis formation is, that th -joint of
his hind leg turns outwards. This creature is as much
larger than the mammoth, as the latter than an ox.
2. It is also a fact that on one of thIe highest hills
of Missouri are ti,,ind a great quantity of the Maim-
moth Bones or skeletons, indicating that at the del-
urge or some other :, J fl....I these animals had re-
treated to the tops q.1 i.- ,tll and there perished.
3d. The Petrified Forest. Of this we hail some
doubts, but of the general fact Ihere is no question.-
Over a considerable space ofgronnd parts or the trunks
of trees, and fragments ot limbs are found perfectly
petrified.
4th. The city ofAztelan, which a year or two since
was annoruned as existing on one of the branches of
Rock River, in Wisconsin, is a reality, so far as re-
lates to the extensive remains of ancient works. Our
informant examined this work -i,.,..,ili It con-
sists ol parapets of earth, like ,i.' I, ii r. Fortifies.
tions of Ohio, witl ...,rr.- ii,--s ,',li ,r i, itself, cov-
ering 13 acres of.-,..,i. I N'.. evidences ot a higher
t ii ins than that which exists in the Ohio works
was found, except it i's,-i lie some brick burnt, in the
ancient rude way. I i .' wese lbunt in certain
projections frour the parapet;. They were evidently
brick, but made with straw in the old mode, aad rude-
ly formed. It is sail, however, that the Indians of the
Roct y Mountains do now make brick.
Within two ot the atngles of this work are found
two towers and mounts, intended, as our informant
believes, for watch-towers, and also burial places.-
Through one lie dug, but found nothing. In tire other
he found a regular vault, about the siz- of a common
room, but much longer in one way than the other.-
Here hlie found many bones of human beings. It was
evidently a tomb. He says that there Indians of the far
north-west say, that they have seen the common In-
dian moundl built, and that the process is, first an il-
lustrious chiit is buried, and that in mark of their re-
spect, others, as they go by, deposit some additional
earth, and that thus the mounds grow to their present
size.
There is undoubtedly much evidence to show that
a more civilized race once inhabited North America;
but in tracing out the links of that evidence there is
one yet wanting The ancient remains in the West
have not yet shown evidence ot arts or science supe-
rior to what the Indians of this day might not have
had. The existence, however, of these remains, and
even of the people themselves, still involves an in-
scrutible problem; a problem upon which we hope


MUNICIPAL APPOINTMENTS.
The following Officers were yesterday nominated
by the Mayor and confirmed by both branches of the
City Council:-
Distributors of the fund for widows and orphans of
those who tell indefence of the city during the late
war-Sam'l. Moore, John Reese.
Visitors of the Jail-John It. Frey, Sam'l. Moore,
Jawt-- ;riir.,i, and James Roach.
i.- ..i u... Poor-John lXis;, George R. Mo-
sher, Sam'l. Rankin and Wnm lIa,.u.
Steam Towing Company Directors-Chas. Reeder,
Wmin. Bose and John Robinson.
Reviewers of Flour-Williamn Numsen and James
Aglevy, bakers; Abraham Buckwalter and Isaac Ty-
son, merchants; Lloyd Aluxley and Samuel Wilson,
millers.
Ward Msnr.mri of the Poor-lst ward, John Mon-
monier; i, ... j.,i Rainay, Jr.; 3d, P. M. Holbrook;
4th, Christian % i. i, '; th, Patrick McKew; 6Wh,
William tI. Co:. , .-, |ii., Philip Mtlth; 8th, Alex
Russell; 9th, Hamlet Duvall; 10th, James George;
llIth, William Krebs; 12th. Rezin Wiglit.
Arbitrators upon the Inspection of ".I-- s.tir.
Rough Harness and Skirting.-Thomas ',S..il., ,k h,
Jenkins, Elmer Hewitt.
Arbitrators on the inspection of Green Hides andl
Skins:-John Q H.-.i!. r. I. either dealer, Alex. Gouldl,
butcher, Wri. ill. r, ir,
Asseesarrof'ra. -G..,.. ..l. ,-. Joseph Brown,
Attorney and (t...i,,-l!., :,.. ir City-Win. L.
Marshall.
City Commiuisioners and Port Wardens-John Re-
ges, Htenry \i r
lHealth Comnmissiouners-Richards Marley, George
Ro'tor mesier. I "s;- Gias.
I .-.rn ,: in't, .'.i .,.i.Dr. R. A. Durkee,
H. ,i. iris i, I.i) I L. M murphy.
Harbour Measters, stat District, Tnomas Stansbury;
21 A. Pindell, 3d, Thomas A. Lane; 4th, William
Skinner.
Inspectors oflBurter and Lard-Ph. Towson, Lewis
Gross.
Inspec hor of Flaxieed-Felix Denvier.
of Beef and Pork; Adam Seltzer.
of Weitghts and Liqnuid Measures, Simon
Kemp.
of Long and Dry Measures, John Richter.
of Pot and Pearl Ashes, Peter L. Ailkin.
of Turnpenline, 1. 1 .,i h *lt ...
of Charcoal,. .. ,. M. ,.-il,
of Staves, James M. Davidson. Jas. Dia-
mond, Wmin. Monk, James Conelly, T. S. Weideman,
W. Dennis, John Cousins.
Assayer of Plate-S. Steele.
Keeper of Calvert st. Spring-E. S. Milbourn,
Charges st. Spring-J. L. Capes.
Eastern Spring-T. H. Lamibden.
Public Walk-And. Simpson.
S Gnnpowder-James McLeary.
"" i.,i.i.! i-. .i Chimney Sweeps-ist Dist. Ste.
pt- ,'' '.-. I I ,nes R, Conway;31 Daniel Cox;
41h George K. 1. ..... I Wmin. Hendrson; 6thi George
Barger;7th Wit. N.. .,i ,81th Win. K.Boylte; 9th Eu-
ward Ousler; 101h Z.Shipley; I lth Win. Faitlhul.
Clerk otfC itre Mau ket, Jacob D. Hlair; assistant
Clerk Z. 1'urke.
Clerk ol Hanover Marker, G. M. Smith.
Fell's Point Miarket, Charles L. Fox.
Lexington Market, Sam'l Thomuipsoni; assist-
ant Nicholas Sanks.
Ilichmond Market, Henrvy Vineyard.
Bee-Air Market, Henry Yeater.
Ihllen St. Market, James T. Shaw.
Captains of ih- Nivhr Wtlih-Eastern District,
W m. C. P...'.' ; Mii..- i.-i .-. .\ 1. W Jackson,
T hos. %,,i .1 P-... 1s I', n,. eo. B. Surnwalt,
Thos. AMullin; I.J ... I ,r.-.i District, Edw.
Horney, 0. Webster; Middle I)strict, Wm. E. Beal,
Rd. Patterson; John Hoitz, Michael Chriatopher;
Western District, John Ray. John Kremmer, C.
San ks.
High Constable-John Mitchell.
City Bailiffs and Police Officers-lat ward, Henry
P. Reily; 2d, Henry S. McDoniald; 3d, Michael Shock;
4th, Joseph Stewart; 5th, James Den'on; 6th, D)aniei
E. M' . . Henry Chesholm; 9th, A J. Keller;
I' E i, I I I.ii-,,, lt1, Thomas L. M'Laughlin; 12th,
,,. A llen.
City Bailiff's, Police Officers and Superintendents of
Streets-First district, James Gallaezher; 2.1, William
Ball, Jr., 3d, Thomas Jarrelt, 4th, Robert Bradley;
5th, Jacob Stahlt; G6thi, George Farsons.
Ci'y Bailiffs-Ist ward, Darl. Wilcox, 2d1, Joseph
Connor and James Laew; 31, Ri'tnard Gatch andi
Chas. Sbchwatka; 4th, tRobert M'Ltanirahn andt Levi
Simmondls;5tIh Frances Young and J. C. Maydwell;
O6t, Thninaqi lIBonl; 7th, Johi C uainghauam and Wim.
Hedrick; 8th, Samuel Abell and Richard Cowman;
9 i. ii, Dirln.: lolth, Benj. Gaither and Henry
V. in I.I t.in l ii anti Alex. G. Siutler; 12th, H.
Johnson, Jr.
Bailiffs it General-Frederink Kunemer, John D.
Bwman, Win. M'Coy, E. P. Shaw, Alrx. Thomp-
saon, Henry Horn, Hertry Washington, Ezra Mills,

Prodigy.-There is a female child now exhibiting
at the Museum who is but seven years of age, and is
5 feet high, weighs 220 pounds and measures nearly
four feet round the waist. She is a native of New
Hfamps!ire, arnd has been considered such a prodigy
at home. and has drawn so many people fromdifferent
parts of the country to witness her, that Mr. Haring-
torn has been induced to secure hier presence, for a
short time.-Boston Tintes.

Married os Thursday, lbtl hinst. by thie ev. Mr. Hawkins,
JOHN PERKINS, of New York, to Miss CATIARtINE
WVEAVER, of this city.
Married at New Orleans, on the 9th inst. Capt. JOttN G.
BARNA ID0, of U.tS. corpm of rEnsgineers, to JANE E. daugh-
ter of Win. Brand, Esq. of that cty.
Died oni the 17th inst. Mrs. BARBARA HARROWOOD, im
tie 76Rlth year of hier age.
Died on the 2(ith inst. LUCY ANN, daughter of George A.
anti Ant M. NSlate, agedr 23 months.
Died on thie IGllt inst. IIAMELTON JOsiEPfiUs, srr ol
nVsn. nd Mary |i.- .io i..r .i.-. 1 *,'1 1m siniiiionth da ar 20 days.
"Cease ,I n ... friends, to wi-p,
The iat( tie not, in Christ ihey sleep;
.Lot t.tuih and hneeiog mope illume
''The dreary precincts of tire toulnb. *
I-- \ I I WARI).-At a meeting of the Ninth
Si I ,|... ,,- Club, hehi on the evening of the
18thi ii .I .ini, is. following resolution was unamniuous-
ly adopted:-
"Resolved, That thie thanks of the Ninih Ward Club
are -' i..- 'i,,i tendered to the 1 i.m ; Ladies of the
War ii, 11..,r encouraging smiles of approbation
ri, 'i.. i the c i .;..- which has resulted in the elec-
... i GenerI II.,, Ii Harrison to thie Presidency.
Anrd, more especially, rdowe tender them our thanks.
for the last manifestaltion of their kindness and zeal,in
the presentation, on the 6th instant, of the l ibs r. i ".r,,
and splendidl Banner, which elicited the ;, ,.,.,
ofallwio viewed it By order oft the Club.
ALEXANDER SMITH, President.
JOHN W. WOODS, Rec. Sec. fe 23
:-EIGHTH WARD TIPPECANOE CLUB.-
Ar adjourned .---, .., of this Club will be heldat
Gld. Brown's, I HiI EVENING, the 23rd instant,
at 6| o'chlck. Members are requested to be pnnchu-
al in their attendanceas this will probably be tile last
lereting previous to our visit to U,'.,r. icr-., city.
Ie 23 It THOS W. JAY, President.

!'-r,- till WARD TIP. CLUB-You will ahtent a
special meeting of the Club, at fea I Q.i ,h'i s;. Ais-
quitti street, at 7 o'cloclr 'I'HIS (T.-n. ia5 ) L \ EN-
ING, on business mr isu_.i -'ai.r By order,
L. MANSHIlP, Sec'y,
Q--The whigs of the ward not members of the Crub,
are requested to meet us. te 23 P
MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
The Eleventh I ecture oh thie course will be deliver-
ed TllS EVENING, February 23, by the Rev. Dr.
JOHN- '.'i. '--"The smoives which should incite
to tie -'..jr. ni ..i l.iteratrire anrl Sciea ce." fe 23
MEETING IF THErt MARYLAND STATE TEM-
SERANCE SOciETV.---tIhe Maryland Stale Temper-
ance Society will hotl its annual meetingoalTHURS-
DAY EVENING NEXT, the 25th insm. at 7 o'clock,
in Annapolini. The Preridents and Officers of all the
local socielies are ex-o.ffcio members of the State So-
ciety, and as many as can possibly attend will please
do so oa that occasion.
CHRISTIAN KEENER, Ch'n.
fe 23 Ex. Coin. M. S.rT. S.
PRA tSE'S
CLARIFIED ESSENCE OF HOARHOUND
C'\NDY-Compounded of twenty-flve i, o.,. ,,,
FOR TII Ii; CURE of Coughs, tolds, Hoarseness
Irritation of hIm Throat, Croup, Palpitation of nie
htiart, Asthma, Whooping Crunli, difficulty of, or pro-
.,- .... s:., ,: .,.,S.1 ,. >..- aen i ,s inch is also highly use-


I'1 I{,. n,, i,={=j in. *, ,1ii ., or cor nterfeiting fhis
S,', .,i ,', i. t s, 1,1 i ,., ., r tailed, and resulted iti
establishing its reputation and .,'r. -ims. mi. -demand
for it. Beware of imitations in. ..i.'i genuine
Pease's Candy is to be had, wholesale and retail, ot
TURNER, No. 10 North street.
Who is sole agent fbr tihe State. and will appoint t
country agents on application. It l i V3
'--l;N: 1 AS)SOCIATION-An ADJOURN
J' I i 'o I- I i t \. of the "Associaion of t1hr Friends of
the Repeal of the :,i ,z." Union between Great
Britain and re/ui .n...n.i '.e held on WEDNES-
D)AY EVENING, 2tth iml. at 7 o'cloclr, in the Lec-
tur, lioon, basement of the UNIVERSILIST
CHURCH, corner ot Cailvrrt and Pleiasant streets, lor
the purpose of electing Officeis of the Association for
the ensuing year. Persons wishing to participate in
thie election of officers, can become members and en-
title themselves to that privilege by giving in their
names, accompanied by the initiation lee, on theeven-
ingofh t ., .-ii,. All persons friendly to the oh-
ject are ; ... .;i u., attend.
SAM'L. 'I1 I. 1'. President.
HUGil I ,-
WM. WARlD, P
M. R. McNALLY, Vice Presidents.
ED'W. BOYLE,
CHARLES ;ORAN, Secretary.
E. J. CHAISTY, M. I)., Assis't Sec'y.
ie 22 4t
TEMPERANCE.-All persons in favor of Tem-
perance are invited to attend i.- i- .. i ,,.. in,. ,i
the MARION TOl'AL ABS'i|,i!.%\ im, |i.' \
which art held EVERY I lULDI.)\\' Li t..
NING at 7 o'clock, at the Hall of the Society in
Ensor street, 2nd door above the Independent Engine
House.
N. B. The members will take notice that the Slock
Books of Temperance W:ilh will be opened next Tues-
day Evening. It is hoped that every member will
attend. le 20 SMTtf
;r-'it 3 4 1 mrere will be a public i ,,-. lrn ..
titr 'i \Ihi,, mil \L ABSTINANCE ii i. I ''
lbrd in the Monumeint street Methodist Church on
WEDNESDAY f Vt \I\-, at past7o'clock, Ihe
25th of February. t'.. I :...r ZGoo will address the
meeting, after which members will give in their ex
perience. The public and those wishing to become
members are invited to attend. By order ot the Pre-
sident. WILLIAM F. PENTZ, Sec'y.
N. B. The members of the Society are requested to
meet at the Hall at 7 o'clock, and proceed thence to
the Church in procession, tfe 20 d4t
-.-FrI I. P, 'ITOMAC RIVER IS OPEN, and the
z- I %..\ \1II;, I I' leaves for the South Every Morning,
at 5 o'clock.
Sa.tr ,,,, urns, City, Feb. 16th, 1841, fes 18 8t

CAMEO AND TtRANSPAREN' WA-
FERS, MOTTO SEALS, STEEL PENS,
Pearl Folders or Paper Cutters, Visiting Cards, Ame-
rican, English and French Letter Paper, Black, Blue
and Red Ink, Cut Glass and Common Ink Stands,
Plain and Fancy ehrili,n Wax, wallets, office and
drawing Pencils, &c. for sale by


BALTIMORE MARKET.
Office of the AMERICAN, Feb. 22,5 P. M.
CATTLE.-At the drovers' yards this morning 300
head of Beef cattle were offered, and sales were pretty
freely made at an advance on last week's prices. We
quote the range of prices paid to-day at $6.75 to $8
per 100 lbs. for good to strictly prime quality. A
few head were taken by speculators to go to the Dis-
trict of Columbia. Live Hlogs are in lull supply, and
we quote them dull to-day at $5.50 to $5.75.
FLOUR.-Some limited sales of Howard St. Flour
of good common brands were matie frons stores on
Saturday and this morning at $4,371 Holders are
generally asking $4,44, but without finding purchas-
ers, so far as we are advised, above $4,37'. The re-
ceipt price is unsettled.
We hear of nothing of consequence doing in City
Mills Flour. The little on hand is held at $4.621 ftor
standard, and $4.871 for extra.
GRAIN.-The market is bare of supplies except
the small lots that come in by wagons, which bring
90 cts. for prime. No sales of Rye. A sale of Vir-
ginia Corn, the only cargo afloat for some days, was
made to-day at 44 cita. for white, and 45 cita. for yel-
low. A cargo ot Oats was sold to-day at 31 cents.-
bales of several hundred bushels strictly prime Clo-
verseed at $5,122 per bushel.
PROVISIONS.-We have heard of no sales of
either barrel meals or Bacon to-day worth naming and
we repeat our last quotations with the remark that the
market is very dull for all articles under this head.-
Mess Pork is held at $15; Mess Beef at $12.50; No.
I at $10.50 and Prime at $8.50 to $9. We quote
Western assorted Bacon at 7. cents; Sides at 7j cts.;
Hams at 9 to 10 cents; Frederick County assorted at
7+ a8,cents; Baltimore cured Hams at 10 to 11 cents
anid Sides at 81 cents. Western Lard No. 1 in kegs is
held at 8 cents at which price last sales were made.-
Butter there is nothing doing. Western is held at7 to
81 cents; Glades No. 2 at 14 to 18 cents and No.3 at 8
to 12 cenls. 'lbhee is no No. 1 in market.
WHISKEY.-The demand is very limited. Small
sales weie made this morning at 20" a21 cts. for hhds.
and 221 a 23 cts. for bbls. The wagon price of bbls.
is 18 cta. exclusive of the barrel.
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
WEEK ENDING FEBRUAvrtY 20, 1841.
We hive again to notice a week of gloom and depression.
Money has been mre il demand, and tih dificultes of ne-
.,- -in,. .. '.trities are increnared. Tire quantity of business
i. r. r-: is not abundanrt, but tile banks have discounted
very sparingly, and good paper can be bought from 9 to 12 per
cent. The disposit ion o i the part of the banks to contract
rather than keep uo ilheir ordinary discount lines, is more the
result, so far as we are aware, oi extreme caution i than ofae-
tual necessity. Thre tow rate of bills on England preclude any
apprehensioni or specie shitmlients, uand the small amount of
ruali t5 0ni.-rrrsnnti ;nclrinig or contracting, is evidence
t' a i *.' ..r i, r ... ... .,. r', ... no pressure for money can
Ibe < ir .i .is r *i r "1 i.h" -orne. We can only attrib-
ute tleso roveenots tO a want of confidence asd tile uncer-
tainty whici still exists as to tlie course of action which will
be pursued by thie Legislature of Penrsylvania.-Express.
BOSTON MARKET. Feb. 20.
Coffee-Sales of 8a9()0 bags St. Domiingo at 9ua91c; small
parcels Porto Cabello 11t allce. per lb. Smali parcels Java
and Rio at forer prices.
Flour-Southrrn remains insa'eable, with no inquiries for
export. Genesee continues iu fair demand at $5 for common,
an ri ."i \ir '... y brands.
r .- ,,,.I. .,.... Cor n has arrived within a few days,
andi there being a very limited demand, prices have further
declined; closing rates foir while 0Sc; iand vellow51a52c. Sales
of Delaware Oats 32c. per bui.r cash.- Daily tidv.
MOBILE MARKET, Fet). 13.
Cotton-Since our last review of the Gilh lnst. a heavy busi-
ness has been transacted. Salis are computed from 19,000 to
20,000 bales at anir advance of e. oil t lully fair, and ic. on
i. i.ii.. -irf rom our last quotations. Liverpool classifica-
. .. ...and f i 1 ,i goiid fair lljalll ; fair H all4;
miiiddling 0ojalO0; F-..- ,. 10alO .
FloIr-A fair business hias been .I..,.r .i.i ieie past week;
stock not very heavy. We quote .. it 1.1 -' a. per bbl. for
Western, sales have been io ade at li,. r ,.. [r1. ,
Lard-Stock ., .1 but lite detandil, say 9a9ec.
I ....i- 11,.. .' i i change has occurred since our report
on .r, r '... W have heard of three ships taken for Ha-
vre; two ships for Liverpool; two ships anid two barques for
New York, and on ve ship for Boston. Partial engagements
have been made with two Biritich ships at !d per Ib. ifor Liver-
pool, anti one to the North of Europe 1t cts.-Register.
Number of barrels of Fish inspected in the town of Alex-
andria, up to tile la- day of Decetriber, 1840.
3687 bills, of Hierrings
860 do. Shad.
Total 4347
..t .....lg .,S- ..


PORT 0 ;O BALTI'1MO1Rt.
-- -7 .1, I Y-,* I * ,,-* .. I, .. i. ,: .'....

ARRIVED,
Schr. Potomac, Speights, 16 days from Eastport, ground
plaster, to T. R. Matthews.
Schr. Albion, B Iray, 10 days from New York assorted car-
,. I.V. Rhoads. .
i. r Curlew, Smith, 7 days from Wilinigton, N. C. luar-
ber, to J. J. Corrier & Bri. i
CLEAR ED,
Ship r'i . : ,it, Amstorirdam, J. H. [lodges; Hanoverian
binrque .. ...g.... AAppel. Antwierp, Oelrichs & Lurman;
schr., ti .1 A,. i., yder, Pilatki, J. W. nrown; Emily Elli-
cot, Laudierriani, PortoCaliello and Lguayra, F. W. Brunn
& Son;Johln Barr, Flowers, Richmond, Wmr. Moore.
The i.0r..; I 1I i .is r1,owell, from Baltimore for Boston, ar-
riced 1 1 ii1 ....' .. l l i r th iishs
Thie schrt. Rochester, Atwell, for Baltimore, cleared at New
York 19lth inst.
The schirs. Herald, from Baltimore for Boston, anti New
Zealand, from Brirtol, Me. tor Baltimore, arrived at Newport
17111 inst.
BOSTON, Feb. 19- Arr. ship Meitord, from New Orleans-
(''id. brigs Cadet, Montevideo; Franklina, Clenfuegos.
NEW YORK. Fet). 2!, l'. M.-Arr. ships Orleans, fiv New
Orleans; Gov. I i ,d. do.
Ships Sutioni, ir o,h Cliarleston; Elizabeth Denisoun, Mobile.
Brig Orientus, from Rio de Janeiro.
Brig plutus, fronr St. Johns, Maysguez. Left Jan. 27, brig
Ne % -l'.;' ,..i rf 11 iitimore for Philadelphia, soon.
1 Hit. \ %I.. .i'ii \, Feb. 22-Below, brigs Pacific, fatm Bor.
deaix; Biuirnec, Matanzas; Ganniclefft, New Orleans.
'I l,: i, ., ,,r in. New Orleans.
i 5 ". 5\ 111i, 5, Feb. 20-Arr. achr. Govay. Francis, from
CHARLESTON, Feb. 19-Arr. brix Powhattan, from New
Orleans. 2d inst. lat. 26 07, hlonr. 85 13, spoke brig Copenha-
gen, of Baltioniore, 55 hours from the tialize for Havana.
Feb. 19, noon--Are. hip Ricniond, fromtI Havre.
C Ii I. .1.1.. r" .i,.,.. .. s,if ii' i, i.ri.O irayTaft, Providence.
5- \i \11 ..II. l ,r -5 i'.1 I'r tsips i Tii orn, Liverpool;
Ward Chaprnan St. Johns, N. Ii.; Br. barque iob. A. Parks,
Liverpool; schr. Dity Chase, ilavana.
MOBILE, Feb. 13--Cl'd. sunp Lewis Caase, N. urork; barque
Tartar, Boston; brig Aldrich, Philadelphia.


N OTICE-The attention o'f dealer is invited to
our sale of Fine and Super t L. ifH'H -, CAS-
SIMERES to take place TIIS MItIRNING at 91
o'clock, fle 23 HOFFMANS & CO.
N OTICE.-Having i-- ido-si lIronm ty employ
'R.W.CANA, mty l.imiii,'.e friends are noti-
liedl not to pay said Cama any moneys on my account.
EDWARD HARDY,
fe 23 Imn I10 Peal sl. New York.
OiLVY I DIN D.
OFFICE IOF 1I. ,1;I \1 "11[MtilE FIRE
INSURANCE (.1il ] '\ F-rs. 22, 1841.,
THE PFI['RESIDENT ANt) DIRECTORS
have this day declared a dividend of five per
cent. for the last six months-lour per cent. thereof
payable to Stockholders ion or after MONDAY the
Ist March at the Mechanics Bank of Baltimore, and
one per cent. to be added to the contingent fund of the
Company.
The Tranfer Book will be closed until the 7th of
March. Byorder. 0. P. WIRGMAN.
le 23 dtIast M Secretary.
IP ODUUC & & COI'VMISSIION BUSINESS.
fliqll" SUBSCRIBEI R has opened a Store at
( Geolge & Hays' Oldh Stand, in North Howard
street No. 118, where lie intendlas keeping on hand a
large assortment ol'GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
B' i 'IN, 1.1 liR. FAMILY -IAMS, DRIED BEEF
i,.I tI FR.l.'.,, FKIRKIN BUTTER, &c. which
he will sell in lots to suit purchasers on the most mod-
erate terms- be is also prepared to smoke Meat for
families, or in large lots, and to receive goods on Sto-
rage, and sell on Commission.
te 23 d? PETER ZELL.
LIME ND 4N FEED l'ORR, --
A.- 4 H 1.,i,.,rie st. twoe doors from Pratt, Balto.
ra'llit. ,.i,...', i,. i I ,. ,i ul, inform s his friends
anri tie pinopul a i h.- is grateful for past fa-
vors, still solicits a share of public patronage, and
now offers lor sale-
10.000 1hs. CORN MEAL 300 bushels CORN
10,000 IOlbs. CHOP RiYE 150 bushels RYE
EOJ buselas OATS 500 two bushel BAGS
AND MILL FEED.
A... .','t t: ., the wagon or cart load, delivered in
n1, i, .'.1 .,..ty; and LI ME either in hogsheads or
barrels, delivered at anry of the wharves at the shortest
notice. AltoBi-tCKS lid GROUND PLASTER,
at imanufacturef's prices, by
WILLIAM ROBINSON,
No. 4 IHollingsworth st. 2 doors fiom Pratt.
Just rtceived-56 busthels prime CLOVERSEED.
te 73 eo4t
.a i i 11 I 4 1( i I I i iiN 11, it) CAN-
SIMERES-161 BALTIMORE ST-We have
this day received rotfin Aucton a large lot of wool
black, hlue sand invisible green CL)OTHS, medium,
super and super qualities, which we will sell at a
small advance, to the trade or retail.
fe23 2w LEWIS&LEVERING.
IuEW SPRING GOODS
SAMILTON AST'ER & CO. No. 1571
-a- ialbtimore street, are now ra-5' e-.: a complete
asrsortmrnt of FANCY & STAIl-E. L rltiGOOD9
of the most select and fatshionable styles, to wbi tch
the attention oh our customers and purchasers general-
ly by wholesale and retail is invited, he 23 4t PS
Fr1ltp-1[T qRI- G. DRY GOODS.
g ( ,!i A& CO.have purchased
J o i, '.r N.\ .,i;,d iP, .i, lp, na m irk-I a
desirable assoltment of 1h |li. N %1PRING DItRY
GOODS,to which they would respectfully call the at-
tention of their customers and their nmhlic g enersly.
R. McELDOWNEY& CO.
No. 97 tBaltinore st.
.fe 23 between South and Calvert stq.
WADDING- -
S 300 bales whiie COTTON WADDING
50 do blacic do do.
For sale veay low by
MERRILL & H TCHK S,
fe 23 P 23 -,.i,,h Ctarle- t.
RESH FIGS.--
300drnms Fresh Smyrna FIGS
i. 150 do do Eteme, very superior-just re-
cei i ed and for sale by
PRICE & THURSTON,
fe 23 No. Ii BH.l,mnora st.
POo L CO I'TON--
20 cases white Spool COTTON, (100 yards)
20 do assorted do do
10 do white do (200 yarda)
5 do blk.&ass'ddo do
For sale by MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
fe 23 P 23 i,,iuth Ctharls st.
cI _Ai CO'r,_ 'FOr. r-ceav.-r p ir Rosala.












REMOVAL,
RDP-.,O ES, DENTIST, would inform his
Patrons and the public, that be has REMOVED
FROM ST. PAUL'S STREET, to the office formerly oc-
cupied. by J. F. CASSELL, SOUTH EAST CORNER OF
GERMAN AND LIBEnTT STREETS. fe 23 d41? e-
BOA i DERS WANTED.
B BOND, EXETER STREET, between Pratt
and Stilessts. Balto. would take 4 or 5 Board-
ers, if immediate application be made.
te 23 4t*TuThSW
"1MEW YORK FUNDS-Check tfor $1060 on
SNew York, for sale by
THOMAS WHITRIDGE,
fe 23 P 12 & 13 Bowly's whf.
71IHOGINIA MONEY-wanted and forsale by
Sfe 23 ______ JOHNSTON & LEE.
7'XClIAN I- NEL 1 )OK K u'.,.ni-ty
f1'i 23 A .HA RRISON & -I-"
E %(;AjINGj;tqi Nn ili;\V -.tlO"SlON
&. P1OVII0'1 N t-- .. ,,. I-..r- -,I.- y
fo 2 J. W. t.-.lhiltNe.2 iuA _l( hl'.
EX: IUt: 'totnl Ni 1- --- K-- T.-l \l -"
DELPHIA-Wanted by
fe23______ JOHNSTON & LEE.
XCHA1-G"L ON B 'l'TiN.\.,.-. *'\
E H-I O-. PL!N,\1.\1 N r
te 23 P 77 Bowly's whf,
* RAFTS ON PHIL.4DELPHIA, NSEW
S YORK & BOSTTN, fr -ale tlow hv
fe23' JuI iH N. I, |n"S &LEE.
A SSOR I ED PICKLES-59 cases assorted in.
gallons, j gallons and quart Jars, lor sale by
be 23 P J. CROSBY, Coinmnrce at.
ACON-Hog Round, lor sale by
SKERNAN & STILIANGER,
fe 23 17 Spear's whf.
IT "nTLR-A1 IN DL tR DL-Ii,, -i.-.i- and tor sale
S by I.\ LI. M \ N & HAUSE,
fe23 69 Pratt near Howard st.
B IUTTER-3 barrels moll BUTTEE, for sale by
B LOWRY & GILL,
fe 23 75 Bowly's whif.
IANIJULES.-100 b,,xes Sperm; 150 do Mould:
A'lorsale by PARKHURST & NYE,
fe23 81 Bowly's wharf.
SIVE GEESE IF5ATItiEKS-Il store and
S for sale by BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
te 23 No. 69 Pratt st. near Howard st.
x ACGE in kegs, for sale byHAS.
AYE. CHAS. F. PITT,
be 23 83 Smith's wharf.
tO. 1 LARD in kegs, for sane by
0 ~KERNAN & STILLINGER,
Ie 23 17 Spear's whf.
N E. aUM, landing tromn schr Teaser, and tor
1 sale by GARLAND & ELWELL,
fe 23 86 Bowly's whf.
N ; .j "1'g tisit.A t--st ri-ln- t.-> ''..n.us, r.l..n-
1 ling and for salte fromn the wharf by
fn 23 P J. J. CORNER S BRO.
O lI It .llt.' --in',-lni.- ,ui.n t lI l-I ,,i-. L ,
for sale by KEKiNAN & STILI.INGEIR,
ofe 23 17 Spear's whf.
dO ILb BIB-KGAMT--2 cises,0olbs eachtor sale
1 ny J. CROSBY,
le 23 P Commnerces at.
I 'XliE Pit Id-Ja1 L hi'Mt il -. u-
i,.e. -, lon -.,I.- L~y I \1 I-. i-l I'1.

OLLL 1,I l TT- L. 1-I- i u I o .zurd u rI.,u l
Pennsylvania, and lor sale by
te 23 BUCK & H ERR, 8 Speai's whif.
NT. DOMINGtO, LtV)GW Vt0-40 tolls at
S Chases, lor sale by Z. H. COOCH,
fe 23 eo4t Wood street, Blowly's wharf.
WkillP KOSiN.-200 barrels Ship ROSaiN; land-
ing and for sale by
fe 23 d4t P J.J. CORNER & BRO.
i OA- X -U+, l'",, :-- -un. I,,,.l,;r,-i..n ,uu ,.j-u5
s9by llll-II,.IiJN ', I. I I1 \N.
fe 23 P 85 Bowly's wharf.
I r% LGi .1. It i ini0 a n-ui- u. i .1i, i n.. i. i tI ..
,, l| (.:1, ici l' 1. 1. 1 ,I 'I'. I'l I 'I',
,, m:rursadh- I,} U ll il\. I". I'1 1I
fe 23 83 Sminlh's wharf.
SI.O Vti 'L'I D--I _,' I .. I,. in ,I... '.. SEED, from N iiIPt iu- ai.. '.-.';tu, to handle to-
day and for sale by L I0'.1 i V & GILL,
fe 23 75 Bowly's will.
TOi' iON )itU K & SEIN. T a t Ai .i..-
S Cotto:. Duck, assorted numbers,
Seine TWINE For sale by
fe 23 CLARK S& KELLOUG.
6 iAMILy I.LOU IL-B. Heir's brand, wardrant-
S ed; or sale by
BUCK & HERR,
fe 23 No. 8 Spear's wharf.
0iMOSEN & WELSh DA RIY UIUT*IE'R.
G 15 tubs, part prime, will be sold .-...- u% to
close sales, by PARKHU1JST,. N\ L,
fe 23 84 Bonly'swharf.


G' 1 OU ID PLAS'I'ER-556 bris Grouuid mles.
-ter, landing from schr, Potomac, foir sale by
THIOS. R. MATTHEWS,
fe 23 Btd 10 Bowly's whf.


G RMAN PACKET POST PAPER-A
good assortment of thie above Paper, for sale by
KNIGHT & COLBURN;
fe 23 3t P 174 Baltimore at.
j It.1 I it)N -1, '"' I. ujeii J-. a I- -J h..- 11 *i.,
to 2 in. now landing for sale by
PRATT & KEITH,
fe 23 Nos. 27 andl 29 South Charles st,
S O .IF E ..A R -i- I. -. L....r -i. L I., ,. -
landing and for sale by
W1THINGTON &9 EASTMNIAN,
fe 23 P____ 85 Bowly's wharf.--
I U Of AIN.%ts-A NI1 kt. il ., ii,' It' %-
S ES--15 hhtds prime N. 0. Sugar; 300 bbls do
Molasses-for sale by
fe 23 CLARK 8 KEILLOGG_
k!M1I I'll A 1. L -3500 bus-hels Smith's Coal, a
S prime parcel; cargo scl 'i. .i.,,-I.-.1 -r sale low
by WM.,,k hI181, ,UL ..XCO.
fe 23 41 87 Bowly's wharf.
S- ICILY O1 A 1 G P '-SG S ..i Ioxes, in prime
S do LEMONS order,in lots to suit
purchasers, for sale by J. CROSBY,
fe 23 Commnnnce st.
kW IT@E BOX SUGARS-17 boxes Havana
White SUGARS,of good q.,i ..lin.. 1f i-.- low
to close sales by iL. t,. r. I % I.,
fe 23 d 36_S Gay st,
W ESTERN LARD-A further supply of
superior quality and condition received to-
day, ant d for sale by Z. H. COOCH,
te 23 eo4t Woodi st., Bowly's wharf.
IRE.-200 tu.,- i.--.1i. I- i.- I ,tl.-,,now laind.
W ing and lor sale byRATT
PRATT & KEITH,
fe 23 Nos. 27 & 29 Soulth dCharles st.
, I. uu\IINI:tJ C"o-j4'-'li.-i.u n.i-u\ in hin
ed,l-l., -.nale L/ i. It t'su l,
SVo.-. -t !.-. I ., "i l1I
ON HAND--8 bbls. West India PEPPER, for
sale. _____ e I23
ILS-2000 galls biea. and unblea.WXinter Sperm
2000 do do do Fall do
1000 do do do Winter Patent.
For sale by PARKHURST & NYE,
fe 23 84 Bowly's whft,
IW OLASSES.-
A1.L 150 hindis. -Superior new crop Cuba Muis-
54 tierces covado MOLASSES, cargo ol
20 bbls. h brig Neptune, for sale by
fe 23 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's whf.
OWARiD ST''RIEFT FLOUR-
A500 bbls superfine FLOUR, in tun ui,'i:.'.1s
250 dto do B. \N ,i.,-, M.
Newcomeran dJ. Hager brand
100 Fine FLOUR
150 W. W. Family do-In store and for
sale by BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
fe 23 No. 69 Pratt st near Howard.
J' UST PUBLISIIND, by DAVID OWEN&
40 n-ni', 2j North Gay street.
Papism in the 191h Century, in the Unuitad Slates,
by Robt. J. Breckinridge, D. D.
We ha -ve ato t'nr Pla a aun,,r'il n-rtrthant of wonrlrt.
o n s P o er-a r I ,I .e- 0: :l. l I i ., l id n i -nri '.r h .-,I I
BOsIku.' .inllhns .u 5.-ui h .'t
l41-. 'il EN. a it I .1_ I i-!5. ,in; t.. 'm".. ,' '. '-
U ping anil Leechin atntensudcd to ail houis of the
night ,u,l ,y.1.t. 1,1 i -i'% GILL, I)DENTIST. N.
W. corner e. H -u-.,, i andl Lombard street, Baltimore.
N. B. Cupping and Leeching by tnrs. Gill day and
night. bfe 23
UANTiEOD.-A YOUNG MAN with some two
THOUSAND DOLLARS in cash, whIo has
a pretty fair knowledge of trade and merchandise in
in general, to do the purclhasing otha long established
house in this city, and to take thie interest ofa silent
but mutual partner, stipulated by au ngieemeunt be-
tween him and the advertiser.
To such a per-on an unusual opportunity is offered
for the employment of his time and capital, to great
advantage, the form r [.. i- I'. I- inTIv and the latter
profitably. Strict I.l-i.,nr.: nil L.- given and re-
quired, all communications strictly confitential.-
Please address through Baltimore Post Office, with
real name and reference to" E." be 23 eodM t
A IN i1D-- \"UiIi tt.I i.-.,:',,blecsnnea-
lions to attend in a wholesale and retail Diy
Goods Store on Baltimoie streel. No compensation
will beallewed the finat year. Apply at tlIs office.
fe 22 d4t
%W A N I'k ". o \ A % ..,.. ; .i'... . . .. ,
' I' it e in 0S i 1.i1 'u.t-.u, i -.iin. I,.'. Sti I i
a very large acquaintance in Virginia ant North
Caru,lina airrn.-.t ihe merchants, wishes to ge a sit-
uation ii, a jobbing house. Apply at this n- .i for
name.&c.__ 4t* __ ( g3
MPLOVIE.l T E AENT.Nij-r., ., .,.in,e
aged gentleman who can produce the best recom-
mendations s I.. ii.r. r''%',r and c p... 0i as a copier in
an office, or i.,i-.ijiii n i Drug+ 'r.r-, neing a regular
bred Physican. He writes a plain, lair and good hand
Applv at this office. __ fe 23 __d4t
aIA NI Itifti iA NI) -'S %VA.TI ., .%-,,,i. i., ire
" by the year, two hands ito wvoik on a Farm near
the city-slaves would be preferred. Apply at this
Office. fe 23 d4t*
0,,, WANTEODTO RENT-A cofilourtable
Two Story BRICK DWELLING, tor a small
2 Family. Possession wanted on or before 151 h
Mlay next. Rent not to ex--.'.,. in -".u per annum.-
Address, JNO. I'i I i'r 'et-. KALL,
fs 23 eotf No: 7 Commerce st
STANDARDD CATHOLIC BOt)KS,pubhlsh-
I ed by FIELI)ING LUCAS, Jr..
No. 138 Baltimone street.
Hornilold's 20 Discourses on the Sacraments.
do 32 do do Commnandments.
Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic Church,
in matters of controversy. By the Right Rev. James
B. Bossuet,:D. D. A new edition with copious notes.
By the Rev. John Fletcher, D. D.
Another Edition without notes.
Instructions on the prayers and ceremonies of the
Holy Sacrifice ot the Mass. By M. Cochin.
Abridgment of the Christian Doctrine. By the
Right Rev. Bishop Hay.
Homilies of the Book of Tobias, or a familiar ex-
planation of Ihe- r ract r ol Iilh,- olt domestic life. By
the Rev,. Trmn., Mi.mit n.
Practical Rlert.cinrii l'mr -ery day throughout the
year. By the Rev. Robert Lane, enlarged and edited
by the Rev EI. Peach.'
Explarialinn of the Prayersand Ceremonies of the
Holy Saiibice of the Mass; in a series of familiar dis-
courses, alo, uthe c-vTmnori.S Ol tlie High MNlai
Ca'echiamn oflihn 'Couinril i r-en'. F u,.
N EW YORK. )
S PHILADELPHIA I FUNDS, wanted by,
& VIRGINIA, )
CARTER, MORTON & C),
to 31 135 Balto. at.


1841.
EW SPRING GOODS-The subscriber is
N receiving some handsome New GOODS, con-
sisting in part of Rich British Chintz PRINTS: pret-
ty MOUSLIN DE LAINES for$3 per Dress pattern,
Ladies' Plaid ar-n ficui..l CRAVATS; Plaid RIB-
BAN DS; Super 1 ilit K,-i GLOVES; NeedleWorked
COLLARS; Black Raw Silk andt other HOSIERY,o
with a variety of other Goods-all of which will be
sold on pleasing terms. A large lot of Long White
Kid Gloves, just frorn Auction, will be sold at the
unusual low price of 25 cents per pair; CARPETING
25 cents per yard; Domestic MUSLINS, 6Q ets. per
yd, &c. ELY B. HAYWARD,
Corner of Gay and Front sts.
fe 23 eo4t* Yellow House.
NEW SPRiING ,7 G )6 1 ,.
A LARGE AND DESIRABLE ASSORTMENT.
E B. ESTES, Wholesale Dealer in Dry Goods,
0 No. 187 Baltimore street, is now receiving his
spring Goods, which hlie takes pleasure in saying is
one o1 the most desirable and beautiful assortments to
be found in this or any other market. IHe very re-
spec tiuley solicits the call of city and country mer-
chants. His assortment consists in part as lollows-
A large assortment of British PRINTS, of the
newest style, some very superior, printed for the Lon-
don market
American PRINTS, of the newest stvlei
French and English LAWNS AND 1IUSLINS, a
large assortment of the newest styles, and some of the
most beautiful in this country.
Plain Mous., tde Lamnes; bl'kt, blue bl'k and colored
New style Mous. de Laines, very handsome
Mationi LUSTRING, the best imported
Gro de Rhine LUSTRING, rich lustre
Paradise LUSTRING
Black and blue black SILKS, Plain and fig'd wide
and narrow,, somn' very lichi
New style fig'd SILKS, wide and narrow, extra
rich
Rich and beautiful new style bonnet and cap RIB-
BANDS
New style plaid Silk VESTINGS, a beautiful arti-
cle
Black Fillet SHAWLS, plain and embroidered
Rich new style Silk SHAWLS. light colhurs
New style Fancy Hani's and SCARFS
Fillet Gloves and MIT I'S
Fille Veils and Veil STUFFS
Rich black Bobinett VEILS
A large assortment Linen Cambric Handkfs, very
cheap
Gloves and IT.,ii ei. i.f all kinds
Damask Ta',l.- '. ,.ii., Table Linens and Napkins
Cambric Muslins, Jaconet Muslins, Mull Muslins
Book Muslins, Swiss MUSLINS, plain and fig'd.
Bishops Lawns anti Plaid MUSLINS
Summer Cloths, Gambroons, Brown Linen and
DRILLINGS -
Paper Cambincs, black, white anti coloured
Irish Linens, Lawns, Bird-Eye Diper and Brown
HOLLANDS
2 cases German Linen HANDKFS
Burlaps anid T1CKLENBURG
T-'.-i,-ii.-[ i, a grea" many other beautiful andt de-
sira,.,- nI l-i", too numerous t'o mention. Pur-
chasers are respectfully invited to call and see Ior
themselves. If 23 ?J4L* F. B. E'hTK1S.
900 _VA v-n K.7.te...' ISU.O- A, .,.l,
1- -Is, c.
I iFFANY, FITE & CO. No. 199 Baltimore
T street, have received uy late arrivals a tar'e and
general assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hfats, &c. which
together with a full assortment of the finest City man-
ulacture, they offer at low prices and on pleasing
terms.
They rsspectlully invite the attention of I'..,,,,
Merchants and pulrichasers i..n n,, no their i --lI.-
which consists in part of
250 cases Mens and Boys' Seal, Kip, Calf and
coarse peg'di and sew'di BOOTS
6f0 do Mens and Boys coarse BROGANS
125 do Kip, Call, Sewed and
pegged MONROES
18 do Mens dance and titel PUMPS
10 do line Call, peg'dl and sew'd Slihoes
15 dto Youths and Chihlls MONROES
20 do Misses Kid and Leather Welts and Slip-
pets
50 do Womens sew'd t peg'd Welts t& Boots
34 d- do fine Kid Slippers and WELTS
200 do Fur and Russia bl'k and Drab HATS
15 do Bl'k and Drab Wool I-IATS
40 do Palm Leaf do
25 do Fur, Hair and ClInth CAPS.
With a variety of other articles, rnlaking a full and
complete assortment. te 23 d4t
L-Ei-.-Ii~sl ( i, t',X I.i" L,7A' IIATS.
1 ', E CASES superior Gentlemen's, Boys,
S Youths andil Inlfaunts Double andi Single
rinm LEGHOI{N HA'IS, comprising the conipleatest
assortment ever offered iu this market amnd atexireme-
ly Iow, prices.
t100oo cases PALM LEAF HATS, from common
quality to supeifinie, inclusive of every des-
cription, both white and colored, for Men
and Boys,
50 cases Ladies and Misses FLORENCE Braid
BONNETS, of the newest styles and ,i -.,
80 cas-- English and other STRAW In.n',
NETS,
100 cases PAI.M LEAF HOODS, for Ladies
and Minses,
10 cases STRAW CAPS, fur Infants. The a-
bove Goods recently received, and fol r sale by
case or dozen, cheap at
CHARLES JOHN HART'S,
Corner Baltimore and Charles streets.
fe 23 md P
,* \ .'-1. .. Iil ti' I LO 1j'i .
hH t B IRRELS TAR
.Y 100 do ROII d I N
50 ito PITCH
23 do SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
For sale by THOMAS I' l..,i.u,N.
-IN STORl--
150l bbtis Soft TURPEN tiNE
15 Superior Hydhraulic Cold Pressed Castor
OIL
Ground GINGER, in bbl'. half bbls, and kegs
Do PEPPER, "..
Do ALSPICE, in kegs
Do CINNAMON, in canisters
Wart's Baltimore Pateunt MUSTARD, in bbls,
half hbis, i .- and cannisters.
ALSO-A lot o0 C. No. 2 SHAD, for sale as a-
bove. eo4t hif 23
6-1UGAR, MOiASSES. COFIPEE &c.-
9 30 hhds New Orleans SUGA-, part ot very su-
perior quality
25 hhbds New Orleans and Cuba MOLASSES
15 tierces ditlo
160 bags Rio Green COFFEE-part low priced,
part superior
70 bags Laguayra do
30 do low priced Iaguayra tdo
35 do Government Java do-a superior ar-
ticle
20 do St. Domingo do
Imperial, V. Hyson and G. P. TEAS
300 sacks line and G. Aluo SALT
20 bales Alicante MAT'S -assorted
1000 gallons Winter Whale OIL-Bleached
300 do do Sperm ino
50 barrels old Rye WHiSKEY
39 do Mailqu WINE
10 dlo I.' -ii.. -.. BRANDY
10 do Peach BnandT, "Accomac"
500 5 gallons DEMIJOdNS
On hand and for sale low ior cash, or to punctual
customers, by WM. & GIt). McLEAN,
fe 23 Lomiubard, near Lighit st.
i. i l..l'.i'l lALISTS.
T HE undersigned being the onltl su,'viving heir of
the late Maljor L nch oh Marylan-h, causeul es-
cheat warrants to be issued firom the Lano Office of
the Western Shore of Mainyl ntJ Ior certain lands ly-
'u,-- in F*,derick and Carroll counties in the otate of
SI in',.,ut. and has since returned ceetifinctes of sur-
vey to tIis Land Office of the same as woilhue seen by
the subioi-e-I c-rtilicate of th' Register of the Land
Office. Tle lahid ao escheated is valuedl at mione than
two millions of dollars, being the best land ill tie
Slate, containing in all 6700 acres, highly immrov d.
That tIe character ol tie improvements mis be un-
derstood it is stated, fhere are five Flour M ills, two
TanYards, one Distillery anil three Saw Mills.
Upon l.uese e-ccheat warrants the State is entitled
to compositiou money which thie under gued is
unable to pay. Wili a viewoftiu"ini, tlhe amount r(-
quired heis willing ts dispose .i ri.-t of Ins interest
audt lor the same hie invites proposals. It the tenants
will pay tea thoumsanid doliais in cash, they will be al-
lowed ihrbe years to pay the bala ce.
The f... i-i ..'. ,, the cerntulcate of the Register of
the Lamr. in ,ll, ,in addition to which it "nay be well
to say, that ... ,,,.' i-,','- I has the original title
papers ofnthe '..h. 't., i .. l. u-:h.
"I hereby ,. ,-'., ,,,i, \i, John Hlsnes obhined
out of this office, several escheat warrants, to e-cheat


and effect certain landils lying in Pipe Cleek in Fred-
erick County, and returned certificates of surveys for
the same which he has not compounded on in tIhe
Treasury. GEORGE G. BREWER,
Reg'r. Land Office, W. S. Md."
All communications may bh addressed to
JoHN HANEY,
At Kemp's Hotel, Howard st., Balto.
fe 23 e-*.
Th" Frederick Herald will publish the above to
arnoont of uS and ciarnCTs this office
_t.T I F %' 4s ,.,t l|,
ii I .i i. i..tA F 1_ ~.i
No. 27 SECOND STREET.
V ALUAUIfl3 P OtPt i'ERliY F01OBSALE-
One TWO STORY BRICK HOUSEf Iront-
oing on High street, near East Baltimore street, con-
taining two parlors and passage aind entry with
a good kitchen and six h1,!l chambers, and good
sellers and a tundcmrn situation and htinly to busi-
ness. Those that with a comnlbrtahle dwelling will
,` in- 1.:- I .ives us i call. A lso,2 two slory brick
s-Is 1 -I -,, ,.- 'i.n,., on Pratt street, n, ar the
l f L t-. it. -" [ ii.- .me very neat anid cone.
nient houses tor .- l i ,r,.ii. TThey will be sold in
fee or with a ground rent to suit tihe purchaser. Also,
we have n tihand several desirable FAliMS, one on
the Falls Roaid, 11 iles frIoum thie -' cq.-',.ir 350
Aclds, and one on Reitstorswno Roal, l .n I., 105
Acres; with good ii.i-. r ,..-i.1- We have nn hand
several very good ...... i.i.i i well secured. Call
le 23 on BOSL.EY K ,\IG(HTO)N
FOR RhtN t'
1_A TH E TORE AND DWELLING,sitiat-
I' i . corner ol Pit anil Exeter street, Olt
_.____ --m -'I -. Dwelling is just painted anIl re-
paired, large and convenient, well calculated for a gen-
teel family, and will be rented sepa ate. Tne Store is
well calculated for the Grocery or Shoe Business, and
considered a good stand. To an approved tenaut,the
whole eatabili-ment or either part will be rented or
leased on favorablle terms. Apply to
RIDGELY & SON, 15 Baltimore street.
WHOH1AVE (IV AIl..-A large stock of Sea-
sonable DRY (,iiiu,, i.. -which they call the atten.
lion of purchasers, as lhey are closing out their win-
ter stock cheap.
Extra fine IRISH LINENS, and Cambric Hdkfs;
just received from auction, a larne lot of Extra Fine
IRISH LINENS, LINEN CAMBRIC HDKFS,
the Linens are a little paper stained,and will be sold
cheap, if iimrnmiatelv ptpph .d 1-r. tv the piece or other-
wise. I -\' .-,a i,:.- It* fe23
FOR RENT-The subscriber having ta-
mi ken Warehouse No 3 North Charles street,
jM ito which he is now removing hii.P. i,; Es-
tablishment) will Rent the WAREHOUE, N.- 170
Baltimore st. occupied by him. This Warehouse is
one of the most desirable stands in the City for an ex-
tensive business; the Store is 18 feet by 114 deep,
with a good two story fire proof Warehouse on Wine
alley. The front Store is 3 stories high, and the 2d
and 3d stories 30 feet front. There are side and back
windows in the store, and a good yard. To a good
Tenant a long lease will be given. Enquire on the
premises of fe 23 dits if P. S. CHAPPELL.
NTWEW YORK and FUNDS, for sale by
.l PHILADELPHIA PAI0 S BRO.
fe 9 d6t 168 Baltimore street,


FOR PATUXENT RIVER-VIA FAIR
HAVEN.
tThe Steam Boat PATUX-
ENTwill commence her reg-
ular route for Ihe season on
&M 51 THURSDAY,4th of March,
1811, at 6 A. M. on that day, and at the same hour ev-
ery succeedingThursd ay.She will leave the Maryland
State wharf, in the city of Baltimore fobr Benedict and
other places on the Patxent river, and will return from
thence on the u',,I.ty following, and every succeeding
-Inin until 1,iri,-r notice, leaving Benedict at 6 A.
% ,Irl she will stop at Fair Haven going and return-
ing.
Passage to or from Patuxert.................$3
antdI fare to or hrom Fair Haven.......$2
l'r',ir as heretofore.
le 23 M. L. WEEMS.
FOR FAlIR lA VEN AND BILt'JLMORE.
* The Steam Boat PATUX-
_' ENT, will leave the Mary-
,j.'.'.T'__s _. oi' land Wharf in thle city of
^Jliffk1.i6. Baltimore for Fair Haven,
t1 il-i: II. L'D NI MORNING,athalfpast seven
o'clock, andi return from thence in the evening. All
freight intended for Fair Haven must be sent to the
what on Monday, and the freight for Baltimore must
be on thie wharf at Fair Haven every Tuesday before
meridian, to ensure its being taken to Baltimore that
day. tfe23 MASON L. WEEMS.
PtRESLDENTIAL INAUGURATION.
Tot ,To accommodate gentle-
-''. .-j 1; nrn, desirous of visiting
t.1 .i' -+ f '- .,hington on this occa-
,u.nu, ll.e steatnboat COL-
l MIl A i 'a!at iIu Il.-r, t sll leave Coinrienee street
i ,-' .r. 'I.- ,it,.-..'..1 ,., i UESDAY, the 2nd of
March, arrive at W-shinzt u on Wednesday after-
noon, and remain ih,r. ,iwnil the morning of Friday,
the5th. Returning, she will leave Washington on
Friday morning at seven o'clock, and arrive at SBalti-
one-. i... .I S 'onlir] u.,'-n,r ti..{
... .,-", i nr ',, iT,.h i -r passengers are extensive.
Provision will be made to furnish such as may wish,
with mewina's end lodgings on board, during her stay at
Washington.
Passage either way $3, meals as usual-or Tickets
will be sold at the office, which will entitle the pur-
chaser to passage, meals, and for the trip, for $10.-
Apply to CHAS. WORTHINGTON,
fe 23 dtT Agent.
FOK ANNAPOLIS, (AM B(It I LG. AN
EASTON.
,4 The Steamboat Maryland
.,v, will commence her trips to
"-' i .," move placeson TUES-
Y SBB SD l.%\ Y NEXT 2d March, and
~. i.,- *n.. ......'ut,onieveryTUESDAY
1. 1 I in1 \V, Irg ,i lnuo.re at 8 o'clock, A. M.
ani return from the above places on WEDNES-
DAYS anid SATURDAVS.
Passage to Easton and Cambridge $3 Fare included.
Passage to Annapolis, $1,50 do do
Passage from Annapolis to the E. Shore $3 Fare
included,
N. B. i'. :.- at thie owners risk.
23 qi; .! LEM'L, G. TAYLOR.
lI- "'-iR NlA"-: s .I.'-..X .-7, I. .,-
.'- 1. ,,ew copper fastened schr. EWARKEE,
J ..., 'I ., master; is now loading atFenby's wht.
andI will have immediate despatch. For freight,
which will be taken at thIe lowest rate, opply to
WM. MOORE,
fe .e23 .. Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
L.- ,I IF M illk 4 .5'. r& 01 .11.:L'E
1. .1w -ViA ST. AuGuSTINE--Regular Line-To
sit positively on the 1st March-The fin-n new cop-
per lfasteneid fast sailing packet schr. GEN'L. CALL,
Moses L,. Edmionison, inastei; takes tihe place of the
sclr. Jos. H-lankey, and will sail as above. For freight
or passage, having good accommodations, apply to
JOS. HANKEY,
le 23 corner Pratt st. & Spear's wharf.
..... 1014 1i101llCL- Iii-n ., su I., t.. L--'-t
'&'U" V,. ",.I lie only one now loading-The
,i -., c.if.u. i arind copper fastened packet achr.
IA -'I-I l-'Hl.1, W. Smith, master; now loading
at lower endi Spear's wharf, having two.tnirds of her
cargo engaged, will have quick despatch. For balance
freight, on moderate terms, or passage, having hand-
some accommodations, apply to
THOMAS HOOPER,
fe 23 5 Spear's wharf.
'* i'l--i*.- ItlO lH K .h 'l.-- .^.-n r 1...... ..'- Ire
-i .. .. ..-. .. v I' 0i. -- ii . i;i
.I,' l I t''l'' l h laiu Lr, l -.l- ut i -[ I.--'. 1 u, u-t '-,
and have despatch. For terms of c binh -nr paAag.e
apply to JOS. -1 \,.Is 1 ,
fe 23 C.,rner Pratt st.& Spear's wharf.
I 1 .- C Al-.n:-#. -i- ,' ,, i ... n, ,I,
.1i, ,,WANKINCO, Capt. Howland; will have des-
patci. For frei.l ... ... ipply to
THIOS. W-I li l1.lli.r., i. 13 Bowly's wharf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
fe 23 P __
F. 4 F. fit IIT'l li', I--.,it l., a --ti,- n,
brig COL(OMBO, Atkins, master; will sail
wlti Uespa*tch. For freight or passage apply to
J. W. OtFBON,
fe 23 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
,.-" F(t ; N \\V 101K--il.n,.-.,1 ar Line.
-, I his ,tif l i,.- mr,t r I,-l. I--1. ichoone
L.n i I I, D. Johnson, master; will clear this day
For freight, of small stowage, apply to
ISAIAH MANKIN,
fe 23 P corner Gay & Pratt sts.7
i ri, i-" I \ O. l--The fine schooner
I. l' NU BE, N. Bind, master; now loading aud
having a large proportion of her cai go engaged,will
have quick despatch. For freight apply to
ISAIAH AMANKIN,
fe 23 P corner Gay and Prattsts.
.- _ijjv .'0 t k(.H LI n--l .... ..'., n. III .
j NiiM SMITH, 'T'ottetn; will take what freight
is ottered at reduced rates anrid t. '- i",ij-.l -1 In -
,r Ti'v t.. the ma-ter on board at ini,-, .r-, 1i ... at
-...,,I. wharf. J. W. BROWN.
ho 23
a O tf 5I',115 I kI #-.1'lllA--ecular1,Lie
Via the Canal-'T'he line sloop COQUETTE,
Laymal, master; is now loading. For freight apply
J. HANKEY,
fe 23 .Corner Pratt st. & Speaur's xharf
..I ,. KCtIUlIOAN DPACKETS-A-Vew Line
'e- -First Vessel-The line schooner JOHN
in ns ,- F lowers, master; is now loading at the head
of Smith's wharl. l..i j...uhl apply to
X' uXI. ,Ii !!nil'.!-
CornerSmith's whart ,.. In i t.
The John Barr will be towed out when loaded.
fe 23
F'il !-li ri5--Iiu l, IlL-L 5I- h,.s-
_ aL." Line-To sail This Day-The line schr.
\I 'LI I E-, Shorter, master; can take what freight
may offer and sail as above. For sterns apply on board
Spear's wharf, or to JOS. HAINKEY,
fe 23 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's wtif.
14-1, itl Iil .s I-'.i F t K i''1---li... I '
iai IIi, LINE-The line schr. IOCHAMBEAU,
Evan Moigan, master; loading lower end Speai's will.
will have immesdate despatch. For balance freight
apply to THOSE. HOOPER,
5 Spear's winarf.
R ,.-.-,. n,-,.'-T.,tn- H ., .1": .* ,r ..r f- '-*3
-'m.', Tuna -;l-- C- ,' ilf-.if
( I" .,OK ETS--New Lnine-l'o go to Petersburg
.,>s, n-- line schooner DOLPHIN, Saml. Keene,
master; is now loading, aind will sail as soon as the
weather will permit. For freight apply on board, at
lower eni o1 Frederick st. dock, or to
WM. MOORE,
fe 23 corner Smith's wharf and Pratt st.
,"-.7 NSnrI.t LlKs. .I i'- .I'nti.itLt RG
'sa PACKET--tooPER's OLn LINE-To go to
y .:,.',u,,. -....ri--The schr. SUSANNA, Captain
PilnI l.i,,,i. l--.ver end Spear's wharl, will have
iii.,i,'j d,- i 'inArt For balance freight apply to
THIOM AS HitJt-E',
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference--Janes Hooper St Sons. fe 23
-,. L'II(IOLI( AAU) P5'T'I'5 BULfsi~~
I' ,CKET---H,'gunur I in-To sail on Thurs-
i.n ,. -- 1 u. line .. i.r. 1.i.',i j LI) STATES, Lucas,
master; ia now loading at Spear's wharf, and sail as
above. For height apply on board or to
JOS. HANKEY,
ie 2, Corner Pratt st. and Spear's wbf.
.- f. n~it r"EiiGU'l' O0 CiIAi '1rl-
^rti' '" ,ir--,r coppered and copper fastened
*...1 1 I, ,' \ I. i '.. J. U. Sp ncer, master; 200 tons
"uuin ,,, iill mi about 2000 bbls. Apply to
he 23 w. G. HARRISON.
m.at i-in I-tF.ilt, i Oi.l '.C ltArLtt-
. iy ,~1 in... new fast sailing copper fastened blig


ll-M.l., I e -c. master; about 1300 barrels burthen,
will be ready to receive freight on Thursday next.
For terms apply to JOHN P. ADAMS,
le 23 7 Bowly's whf.
FOR VI. AftLIG 'IT Ot CIIHARTEfR-
Thie copper fastened and coppered brig NEP-
TUNE, Moore, master; 1000 bbls. burthen. For
terms apply to JOHN P. ADAMS,
fe 23 __ 7 Bowly's whf,
F"- is ,r I'-I.:11 i U <7it diAl:rI:,n-
.tT To', good schr. TEAZER, Snow, master; bur-
lr e la., tibls. Apply to
JAMES S. WILDER,
fe 23 d4t 97 Bowly's wharf.
0. I o I-VEIGElIlIT to .V e-t1,- Ar1; 1.n, --
II new schr. PIZARO, Z. Kerwin, master;
burlthen about 950 bbls. Apply to
JAMES HOOPER &SONS,
fe 23 d4tt No. 16 Light st. wharf.
.... .FO I It:I-'.HIT OR CHARTER-
A!&, 'l'- -- -... '.. NiCHESTER, Sam'l. P.
1. : -u-i .',.. .-[- t r .'i i, about 650ta bb .ip ply
to JAMES HOOPER&, ','%
fe 23 dt4t N- Ir i L-ht mt. wh-rf
f,'y. POR FREIGHT OF1 CAIAi.: 1 t:H-
' in',, line la ii.. coppered and copper fas-
tenei, schr. JOS. I% \ ,k\ \ Capt. Paddon; burthen
about 650 bbls., in complete order.
JOS. HANKEY,
he 23 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whbarf.
to f F.REItlTii OTI iI'A.I'L!1--
i' n E-slern stbr. of about 3800 bushels, in
readiness lor crgo. Apply to W. bHOADS,
he 23 d3t P 61 Smith's wt f.
--VA+ rAinD'-f- \ i .-.... .'.t i- ,, i 11,J,,, I.MS
burthen, of a light dratt of water, to load for
the South; despatch will be given. Apply at No. 59
Smith's what. fe23 J. W. BROWN.
_U F'OX KNVW ORLEANAS-Regular Line
I Baltimore and New Orleans Packets-The
pact barque SOLOMON SALTUS,( Capt. Gray;
is now loading at Fenby's wharf, and will have des-
patch. For freight or p.'.;: J- apply to
fe 22 CLARK S KELLOGG.
.a I- I P-OiT LI ON S&",iu IIARKS-
; \\ --'T .,a %- n I I- ,- ,,-,i i list sailing
ce,>ppured and copper fastened schr. W. A. CALD-
\ LI I., Capt. Hughes. For light freight or passage,
having superior packet accommodations, apply to
MORTIMORE CUNNINGHAM,
te 22 79 McElderry's w'liarf.
FE. F DERICKSBURG PACKETS-
FI',,. Line--The regular packet schooner
- ll'l t. .p J ..,i. is still receiving freight
far the above port, ,r, 1 i% Ii sail on or before Thurs-
day next, weather permiting. Freight, at usual pac-
ket rates-apply on board, or to
GEO. W. FORD,
fe 22 d4t 8 Light st. wharf.
FINE AND FANCY NOTE PAPER-We
have just received an s -in.i i.i ",in ply oi Ame-
rican, English and French NiI I. I' PlER, -u.nme new
fancy patterns. KNIGHT & COLBURN,
Booksellers and Stationers,
fe 23 P 174 Baltimore st. east of Onsrtea.
SIPANISH AND PATRIOT DOUBLOONS
SSPANISH & MEXICAN DOLLARS,
Wanted by LUDLOW, PARSHALL & CO.
fe 18 111 Baltimore at.


SFOR SALE-The new copper fastened T
a brig T. STREET, burthen 1600 bbls., fitted in PUS h LIC SALESJ*.
tihe best manner expressly for a packet, having a su- ___------------
perior cabin with state rooms sufficient to accominmo- enr Be el Co.
date twenty cabin passengers. w By enry Bender T X Co.
j ALSO-The superiorfast sailing coppered No.11 GEI'EMAN STITREET.
SS a.ind copper fastened schr. W. A. CALD- AkN WEDNESDA MORNING, 24th inst.,
. Lt.l., burthen 1000 bbls4; having a splendid cabin O Ntpat9ocoON ING 2tnorfourw
and fitted in the best manner. at 5t past 9 o'clock, on the third floor of our war-
ALSO-The coppered and copper fastened house, we will sell by catalogue-
aschr. E. P. COHEN, burthen 1100 bbls. '2 PACKAGES BRITISII, FRENCH
A L-,,-The copper fastened schr. MAR- and AMERICAN DR GOODS. Cat-
rH 1 LLIZABETH, burthen 1000 bbis. alogues will be prepared and the goods arranged tor
.A AI lI--The copper fastened schr. MAN- examination the day before the sale.
D-I <1iN, burthen 800 bbls. le 18 1HENRY BEADEL & CO.
5 i ,',-The copper fastened schr. COL. T. By Rob~t. 43. Taylor A" CO.
S -&I--1:l'l'ARD, burtihen 550 bbls.;-all which NO. 8 GERMAN STREET.
... .. .1. .. 6 ,Ii, first class, which will be sold on
pleasing terms. Apply to '-kN THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 25th inst.
.-lii I I \InRE CUNNINGHAM, at 3 o'clock in lots from the shelves, a general
79 McElderrv's wharf, assortment of Fresh SEASONABLE DRY GOODS.
,.-.1' A LVO FOPR SALI: OR EXCHANGE fe 22 R.A. TAYLOR. &CO.
ft, ri it, 11,"ITY ph' IniPLit I '-A FARM, con-
AJ. jE 'a'ih, 146 acre., 'iien in GunpowderNeck, By IoffitnaiiS sW CO.
H un..... i '..runs, Md., l.tr.,ihi" -,n Bush River, adjoin- No. 5 Nortf Charles street.
ing the land of Thos. I).u's- E:q within a half mile
of thie Rail Re..d nrlv I LOTH SALE.-TUESDAY MORNING, 23d
.M fI'I \liViE CUNNINGHAM, C inst. at o'clock, on 2d floor of our warehouse,
fe 23 79 McElderrv's wharf, we will sell-


OR ATORIO.
THE CREATION, by Haydn, will be performed
Sin the German Luthetan Church, North Gay st.
by the "LIEDERKRANTZ" and the "GERMAN
MUSIC ASSOCIATION," on SUNDAY EVEN-
ING, 27th instant, at 7 o'clock. Tickets 75 cents
each-to be had at the Music Stores of Messrs. ben-
teen, Carusi, Eitsenbrandt, and Willig, and at Mr. Si-
mon's store, No. 53 north Howard st. No tickets to
be sold at the door. 0o4t fe 23
AMERICAN THEATRE,
LAST NIGHT OF GIL BLAS.
A N INVITATION having been tendered to the
MECHANICAL FIRE CO., they will attend
the Theatre bis evening, in their Firemen's Cos-
tume. All members belonging to the above company
visiting the Theatre on this occasion, are respectful-
ly informed that r.'.-r- ', .. ien,-. :v%-. 1 the door in
their Firemen's dr..! 'o il ,it.' s,-si passport to
any part of the Theatre.
THIS EVENING,
The performance will commence with the Comedy of
TIlE HONEY MOON,
Or, HOW III ItULE A WIFE.
The Duke Aranza............Mr. FENNO.
Rolando,.... .................Mr C. HILL.
Incidental Io the pice, a Rustic Dance by the char-
acters,
At the end of the Play, a GRAND NATIONAL
MEDLEY DANCE, arranged expressly for Mrs.
Charles Hill.
To conclude with, positively the last time the Ro-
mantic I)rama of
GIL BLAS; OR, THE BOY OF SANTILLANE!
Gil Bias.......................Mrs. C. HILL.
i a.:| ...I -,.r, und willbes speedily produced, a
n;,.I. l. 'r1 s. n-with new Scenery, Machinery,
--.. i .I..-nu, ., and Decorations, called the CHI-
NESE SEAS; Or, Breakers Ahead. Also an inter-
esting and beautiful Drama, called The Mill, Maidl
anid Ferry, which will be produced next week.
Prices of Adutisiion-Boxes 50 cts.--'it 25 cta.-
First Colored Gallery 50 ets.-Second Colored Galle-
ry 25 cts.
Lbj-Doors open at 6 o'clock-performance to com-
mence precisely at 7 o'clock, fe 23
HOLLIDAY ST', THEATRE.
THIIIS FAVORITE ESl'ABLISHIMENT
S will re-open for the Spring Season on MON-
DAY, March 1st, under thesole and entire manage-
mentof
MR WALTON,
Who has much pleasure in informing the friends of
"old Drury" and the public generally, that he has en-
tered into arrangements with
MIR. W.E. BURTON,
(Proprietor and manager of the National Theatre,
Philadelphia) for the production of the magnificent
and splendid o-neralic spectacle of
THE N]EI)D QUEEN.
With all the original aIndl gorgeous dresses, banners,
properties and paraphernalia. as produced by him at
his Theatre, at an expense of upwards of $50N0.-
The new Scenery, ofa very novel and beautiful des-
cription, will be painted by the celebrated artist of
the National Theatre,
J. C. SMITH, ESQ.
The whole will bs produced under thie immediate di-
rection and superintendence of
lM R. JOSEPH FOSTER.
WANTED.-20 young girls to form a Corps de
Ballet, and 40 young mea for supernumeraries. Ap-
ply at tile Box office between the hours of 10 and 2,
e 22 __________
HAI'iTMU HE M USELUM
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS,
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
O PEN from 8. in the morning till dusk, until fur-
ther notice.
N I.b '.- L -t I' NIt N -ElG N" : C 511, -I- 1-
. CAL REVIEW-No. 21; January 1S41, and no.
I rf a new series. Principal Contents of this num-
ber-
Alison, &c. on the causes of Typhus Fever.
Mi. Orfild on poiionisng by Arsenic, Antimony and
Copper
Tyrrell on the Disease of the Eye
Walsha on Cancer
Ashwell and Waller on the Diseases of Woman
Billard, Maunsell and Evans, on disease ol children
Bull on Maternal Management of'Children, &c,
'* Each number contains 352 pages, and is publi-
shed at $6 per annum, payable in advance.
N. HICKMAN,
(e23 St Baltimore street.
I '- l' ii i t ill *. l)ii t a p'i 1 11(1. I..
ILLUSTBA 1 I". I' lu H ll,[.\ Inlll.I ,
VP .iiI /'.- Cheapestl and Bemt Book in ie W-'rJd!
E l ,t'It.' man, woman and child, who posssses
a BIBLE, will surely furnish themselves with the
following heauliutnl series of Scripture Illustrations:
200 PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
BIBLE. AND
VIEWS IN THE HOLY LAND
NEW, CHEAP AND VALUABLE PUBLICA-
TION.-Fomur tHundred P'gPo 8vo., Fine paper, hand-
somely bound, Price (IN 1. i TWO DOLLARS.-
The attention of every body is i,- "p.,'-inAll irt'in-I
to the above new, cheap and .pIn-'.,I ,I n ,ihlnt .i..i
word-Published by ROBERT SEAlS, 122 Nassau
Street, New York. Its features are better defined by
the title:-
Two Hun dred Pictorial Illustrations of thu Scrip-
tures. .--in--';s of
VIEWS IN IHE Hil' Y LAND,
Together with many of the most remarkable ob-
jects mentioned in the Ohil and New T'estaments, re-
presenting Sacred Historical events, copied from Ce-
'ebrateil Pictures, principally by the old masters;
the landscape scenes, made from Original Sketches
taken on the spot with fnull and interesting letter-press
descriptions, devoted to an explanation of tmhe objects
mentioned in the Sacred text.
For sale at 12 North st. near the Post Office. Also
the Politicians Ite-i;.inf-r f..r l ll..,l.li .h Yd by H.Gree-
ley, Esq. New N',-, I,-. l'- V-.. S% -rli'. Brother Jon
athIan; Bennett's Herald; Philadelphia Chronicle;
Daily anwl Weekly Ledger; The Universal Yankee
Nation, & &c. WILLIAM TAYLOR.
fe 22 d6i* 12 North street.
UIOYLi'S PRATT STREET DEPOT.
r -- u'. 'he Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot.
Lt I I turn of thIe wheel deposies prize money in
iii. pockets of the patrons of DOYLE'S ever
lucky office. Combination 14 23 31,-a Prize of $5,-
000.-Also Combination 45 46 74,-a Prize of $200.-
Both sold in the Virginia leesburg Lottery, class B,
drawn on Saturday, Feb. 20. The following aie the
drawn Neos:-I 45 74 7 40 65 46 61 50 14 23 31.
For prizes in the splendid Lotteries to be drawn this
week, (the heads of which are given below) apply at
DOYIE'S ever lucky office.
TUESDAY, Alexandria Lottery, will he drawn at
Alexandria, 1). C. Capital Prize $9,000. Tickets
$3. shares in proportion.
On Wednesday the Maryland State Loltery, will
be drawn in Baltimore. Capital prize $20,000.-
Tick-, i'n -shares in proportion.
TI l'h --I \Y, Alexandria Lottery, Capital Prize
',lA 000. Tickets $3,--shates in proportion.
i, Ill n:1'.'Y, Cnnsolidated Lotteries of Maryland,
Capital prize $18,000. Tickets $4 shares in pro-
portion
On SATURDAY, a grand Virginia State Lottery,
will be drawn at Alexandria, D. C.,in which there are
$50,000, in 5 prizes of $10,000 each and many other
p"zB", sininunting to thonisainds of dollars. Tickets
nI-, r.urn,, in proportion.
Bear in mind the 1:1-,t ratun'molh Union Lottery,
which will be drawn -t I -,l- S.iinuu. D. C., March 6th,
in which there a-.- n.-in--air,."luini..u- u.1 nearly tenhun-
dred thousand. ,n iInL- 1 ickl,..l- I in.u-shares in pro-
portion.
Orders from any part of the United States addressed
to :ICHAEL DOYLE, Baltimore, will receive the
same prompt attention as if on personal application.
fe 23
HEISI-E IR li' H D QITIRTERS FOR
PRIZES.--li.t K t'NI'hil-'l.in--l f.D.
T .. i..*,iii,.. andlsome prizes have besin dirtri-
_.nim. -t i'-"in oit fortunate office, within the
last week. The like we venture to say has never
been done before, by a--a l,,okers, considering the
amount of tickets sold.-SI 'I may it be said "a new
broom sweeps clean."
Combination Nos. 18 21 24 a prize 1250 Dollars.
Do 27 50 68 1000 do
I)o 1 35 67 500 do
Do 35 50 67 500 do
D;> 2 15 50 250 do
Bssides -. f ?^'' .,'u ., r'L a prize of $100, mak-
ing nine l,', ,.inilt. i i, L .t-, and amounting in pri-
zes to the I .|,.. -, i.
4 J) DOLA U S.


A good week's work, no mistake.
This week wIe intend to Regnlale.-A IIthe schemes
are splendid-and its only necessary to purchase a
ticket at our office to insure a handsome prize.
SPLENDID LOTTERIES THIS WEEK.
,-l.\. r....23. Capitals $9,000, $2,000,$1,500,
&," 1,- i,- ,..I- $3, shares 75 cents.
Wednesday, Feb. 24. Capitals $20,000, $5,000,
$3,000, &c. &c. Draws in this city. Tickets $5,
shares 62 cents. "
Thursuloy, Feb. 25, Alex. class 6. Capitals $10,000,
i ''"', 5c. &c. TicKets $3, shares 75 cents.
I- i .i ,), Feb 26 Consolidated Maryland, draws in
this city. Capitals $15,000, $5,000, $2,500, &c. &c.
Tickets $5, shares 62 cents.
Saturday, Feb. 27, Va. State. Class B, a most
BRILLIANT SCHEME.
75 Numiibera, 14 Drawn Ballots.
Almost Two Prizes to One Blank.
50.000 DOLLARS
IN FIVE PRIZES OF $[0,000 EACH.
$810,000 in 2 prizes of $5 000 each.
$25,000 in 25 prizes of $ 1,000 each.
Besides other splendid prizes of $2,00',. ? rat. &r.
&c. Tickets $10, shares $1,25. A c-,inra.nr. .-
package of 25 whole tickets in this splendid lottery
containing 25 tickets and allthe numbers in the wheel,
we will sell for ,4 .., 1 I-,-- $62,50,quarters $31,25.
eighths $15,87. i lm- urlt i-i iu all cases deposited in
Bank for security.
Distant correspondents ordering tickets from our
office, we will send them the official drawing as soon
as over, per Baltimore "Sun," or write them by letter
if requested.
Ord.ars from distant adventurers thankfully received,
and will meet the same prompt and confidential atten-
tion as on personal application.
For the grand capital prizes address your orders to
E. HEISLER & CO.
No. 1 North Calvert st., 1st door above Cohen's Bank.
P.S. In all eases we pay postage one way; if over
$10 enclosed we pay both ways. fq 22


300l PIECES Super & Extra Super IL.uilOT
iL I & CASSIMERES.
fe 17 HOFFMANS & CO. Auct.
SALE OF FINE OLD BOTTL'D WINES"
(O N MONDAY the 1st day of March, at I o'-
Sclock, 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, being the reserve, or the residuum of im-
portations of a series.of years,made under especial or-
ders and conditions, both as to character and qualities;
and laid up with great care and attention-consisting
of about-
SO0 DOZ. bottles Old London PARTICU-
500 LARM MADEIRA, and
"_ O O DOZ. bottles Old Pale, Gold, and
102% BROWN SHERRY
Catalogues will be ready on the 20th instant, and
sample bottles, or boxes if preferred, 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.
CAPITAL
6i06 0dfit ALEXANDRIA LOTTE-
( .,tF* W V..Pt. RY, for Internal Improvements
in the District of Columbia-class No. 7 for 1841.-To
be drawn at Alexandria, D. C., TO-DAY, February
23, 1841.-D. S. Gregory 4r Co., MNanagers.
GRAND SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $9,0ooo 1 PRIZE OF $1,250
1 2,000I 1 1,052
1 1,500 5 500
Tickets $3,-shares in proportion.
$6 fI O OiiOt 10 PRIZES OF $1,600.
74- U %YMaryland State Lottery class
No 12 tor 1841.-To be drawn at Baltimore, Md., on
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 24th, 1841.-D. S. Gregory 4f
Co., Managers.
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $20,000 1 PRIZE OF $2,250
1 $5,000 110 1,000
1 $3,000 10 300
Tickets $5,--shares in proportion.
89-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.
Managers, Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. tIe 23
STATE ARMORY AND TOWN HALL
LOTTERY, CLASS 4.
O N THURSDAY will be drawn another one of
the GRAND STATE ARMORY AND TOWN
HALL LOTTETIES. CAPITALS-One of $12,-
000; one hundred of $1,000; one hundred of $500;
one hundred of $250; making a superior prize for
every 300 tickets, a thing unprecedented in a Five
Dollar Scheme.
The many persons who drew prizes in the last class
are reminded, that for adventures this Scheme is de-
cidedly the best, embracing as it does more Capital
Prizes than any other ever drawn in this city, when
the price of tickets is considered.
Tickets $5-Halves $2,50-Quarters $1,25, for
sale at the Commissioner's Office, 146 Baltimore, near
Light street, and by special agents in any part of the
city. fe 20 d6t
PLENIVID COUNTER FOR SALE.-A
large sized COUNTER with MARBLE TOP
and Marble Pilasters is front. As tso on hand a large
assortment of furniture, for sale low f'r cash by
JOSEPH NOUGUES,
i.. .I i N-- I l.i.1 r iiat1 l-e v u.prf -i.- MIu- -, at.
IN )IGOA .T U. [I'(T NlS. -
L M. HOFFMAN & CO. WILL SELL
on THURSDAY, 25th inst. at 11 o'clnck-
19 e" CEROONS PRIME QUALITY
CARRACAS INDIGO, particularly se-
lected for thie French market,
New York, Feb. 12, 1841. tds fe 20
TlAS-L. M. HOFFMAN, AUCTIONEER.
L HOFFMAN & CO. will sell on Thurs-
day, 25th, at 11 o'clock, at the Phoenix Sales
Rooms-
S O0 PACKAGES TEAS, consisting ot
SO0 Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial, Gun-
powder, &c. in the usual variety of packages. The
above are principally country packed,
Catalogues and samples will be realy the day pre-
vious to thesale.
New York, Feby. 19-fe 22
ALAI ROAD 5OTE S, for sale by
H. WIGMAN, opposite Post office.
Who wishes to purchase.
Franklin Bank FUNDS
TIDE WATER CANAL NOTES, at best
rates, be 20
SEW VYtRK FUNDS,
TIHE EASURY NOTES,
AND SPECIE, wanted by
LUDLOW, PARS11ALL &CO.
fe 18 111] Baltimoroe st.
IZHILADELPHIA FUNDS WANTED-
S ''tihecks and Batik Notes on Philadelphia, want-
dt by le 16 JOHNSTON & LEE.
ECXCHA GE o0.-i NEW YORK- $4000; for
AA sale by J. W.OSBOURN,
he 20 82 Bowly's whf.
XCHANGE ON NEW YORK, for sale by
E LUDLOW, PARSHALL & Co.
te 15 111 Baltimore street.
CO-PAR1TN EISHIP.
J W. HAILMAN, late of the firm ofHailman
*o & Campbell, Pittsburg Pa., and J. W. Bur-
bridge & Co. of the same place, have formed a Co-
partnership under the style of HAILMAN, BUR-
BRIDGE & CO. for the transaction of a WHOLE-
SALE GROCERY & GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS in this city.
They have taken the Warehouse No. 283 Baltimore
street, where they will be happy to receive the com-
munications ot their friends and the public, and hope
by strict attention to business to merit a share of pat-
ronage.
-Referto-
Messrs. George & Hays, 1
A. George & Co. Baltimore.
Reynolds & Mosher, ^ai
George T. Dunbar, Esq.
Messrs Win. C. Stewart & Co. Cincinnati.
Win. Wilson & Co. Philad.
Merchants generally, in Pittsburg.
Baltimore, Feb. 19, 1841. fe 20 41?
SPRING SILK SHAWLS ANDMOUSLIN
DE LINES.
AT LEWIS & LEVERINGS, 161 Balto. st.
JUST received one cartoon magnificent SILK
SHAWLS, Spring colors
I case embroidered Mourning MOUSLIN DE
LAINE
1 bale Russia DIAPER
Several cases of beautiful Spring PRINTS, for
sale low, wholseale andl retail, fe 20 S
CHECK FOR $5000 LOST.
A CHECK FOR $5000, on one of the Balti-
more Banks, (endorsed,) to the order of Jacob
Little & Co., was lost in New York a few days since.
The public are cautioned not receive it.
fe 22 JOHNSTON & LEE.
NEWARK CEMENT.
EMENT of a superior quality from the Newark
C Cement Manufaciurming Campany can at all times
be had ofthe \..-i bf applying at the office olStock-
ton, Falls & r, P, 'in street.
R. H. CUMMING, Agent.
This CEMENT is of extra quality; for reference
enquire of the Superintendent of the Baltimore Water
Company. fe 22 4t R. H. C.
JACOB F. MlLLER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
NO. 12 SPEAR'S WHARF.
U ESPECT FULLY tenders his services for the
S-l sale or purchase of all kinds Merchandize.
fe22 4t
BUTLER & WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
OEFER TO Erskine St Eichelberger, } BaRt-
AS. J. Taylor & Son, more.
KRi!g (,,. Co. ) Phila-
MNI g.at, Crutcher &t Co. delphia.
fe 9 IMPORTANT TO BUYERS.
A STOCK OF BLACKSMITHS BEL-
LOWYS 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 anst 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 Blacksmith Shop of William
Simpson. d3w*__ fe 8
BO,.Il.\i. t LvI!'il _- ANDMILL STONE6s
A FRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
5A'gOLTING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers or
Millers on the most liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
MILL STONES of the various sizes.


JAMES CHESTON & SON,
* je 22 i? Commerce street wharf.
NOAH RIDGELY, Justice of the Peace, re-
spectfully itionshis friends and the public in
general, that he has tiken the office formerly occupi-
ed by him. No. 15 SOUTH HOWARD STREET,
where he can be found at all times ready promptly
and faithfully to attend to the duties of a Magistrate,
viz--Probat and Collection of Accounts, Drawing
of Deeds, Powers of Attorney, Wills, Bills of Sale,
Apprentices Indentuies. &c. &c. And he earnestly
solicits a continuance of their former favours and pa-
tronage. ec4t fe 19
BALTIMORE HIGH.SCHOOL.
T HE object of this notice is to apprize the public,
that the primary Department of this institution,
the intention of establishing which, was announced
in an advertisement not long since, is now in oper-
ation, and open lor the reception ot pupils. The open-
ing of a new quarter, presents a favorable opportunity
for entering I'l.i ria ri either or all of the Departments.
Rooms No. ',..,ii Gay street, fe 19 eod2w P
TUITION IN MUSIC.
IlE SUBSCRIBER desirous to fill up his
Tai.:lr, hours, offers his services as a teacher
on the PIANO and FLUTE. For particulars please
call at his residence, No. 17 Lexington street, 5 doors
West of Charles street, where all orders for CUP-
PING and LEECHING will be thankfully received
and promptly attended to, night and day.
WILLIAM F. GILL,
N. B. The best of European LEECHES, on hand
for sale. fe 19 2awlm
JAPAN BLACKING.
P 0. BRIEN, (late manufacturer to DAY &
MARTIN London,) challenges any manufac-
turer in the United States to produce an article that
will vie with his Paste Blacking in any of its admira-
ble qualities, it being manufactured from entirely dif-
ferent materials from those now in rise. Packed in
boxes of I gro. each, and for sale in any quantity by
J. FORNEY GROVE,
fe 22 21 South Charles at.


PUBLIC SJLES.
By R. jLemmon ,r Co.

SALE POSTPONED.
THIS DAY, the 23rd instant, at 11 o'clock at
the auction stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of
the brig Frances Jane, consisting of-
SHHDS PORTO RICO SUGAR,
. 19 part represented to be of superior quality.
Will be added to the sale THIS DAY, the 23d inst.
4.So0 REGALIA SEGARS
4a 010,000 Havana 'Tacon' do
7,000 Principe do
143,000 Cuba do.
Will be added to the sale THIS DAY, 23d inst.
Eh BBLS.N.C. TRIMMED SHAD-To
4 close a concern. R. LEMMON & CO.
Will be added to the sale This Day-
aOdk HHDS. new crop Trinidad MOLASSES
0 50 boxes Sperm CANDLES
200 boxes Sicily LEMONS.
fe 23 R. LEMMON & CO
Will be added to thie sale THIS DAY.
1 0 h BAGS RIO COFFEE partially dam-
0 U aged. fe23 R. LEMMON &CO.
N WEDNESDAY, 24th inst. at 11 o'clock, at
0 auction stores on Buchanan's wharf-
4 BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE,
4 174 part of choice quality.
Catalogues will be prepared and the samples may be
examined the day before the sale.
fe 15 R. LEMMON k CO.
.y Wm. G. Harrison.
O'DONNELL'SWHARF.
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
11 do Cognac do
5 qr. casks 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
5509 BACON HAMS 1
9 1050 SHOULDERS I
Will be added- All of last season's
950 HAMS I cure.
9 0250 SHOULDER J
Immediately after the above sale, will be sold at
the Warehouse of Messrs. Elder, Gelston & Co.,
Eutaw street, opposite the Eutaw House, for account
of whom it may concern-
140 BARRELS NO. I BEEF
t 200 do PRIME BEEF, of good
quality, and recent inspection.
fe 19 W. G. HARRISON.
By I. WT. Boot.
60 BALTIMORE STREET.
A SAFE and Profitable Investment-LOTS in the
western part of the city for Auction. On SA-
TURDAY AFTERNOON, Feb. 27th instant, at4
o'clock on the premises, if fair weather, otherwise on
the next fair day, at same hour andti place-they are
near McHenry on Sterrett street, say ten lots of 13
feet front to a depth of 80 feet or thereabouts-the
rear front on Cherry alley, which is 20 feet wide-the
balance are on Young alley from 12 to 13 feet front,
and some 70 feet deep. Their proximity to thie most
improving part of our city, and the high and healthy
situation, certainly affords peculiar advantages which
must result profitably to the purchasers. Terms at
sale. A plat is now at my store-in fee-title unex-
ceptionable. H.W. BOOL, Auct.
U(J-Private proposals will be received.
Now is thie usual season for the sale of real and per-
sonal estate-and from prospects, the season augurs
favorable for the sale of almost every species of pro-
perty. fe 23 ___ H W. BOOL.
Will be added to Thursday's Sale-a Marble Coun-
ter Slab; two Piano Fortes, well adapted for young
beginners, h 23 H.W. BOOL.
TOLUMBERMERCHANTTS,BUI LDERS.
CARPENTERS, 4c.
Y order of the receiver there will be offered at
public auction on SATURDAY, the 6th day of
March next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.at the Lumber yard
on the south west corner of Alisana and Exeter sts.
A select and valuable assortment of LUMBER, viz.
pannel, select and common callings, oak scantling,
joists, shingles &c. &c embracing the usual supply
and variety of a Lumber yard. Also, the office and
its furniture; the Fence enclosing the yard with the
,'.,n.r,,!j.r ...,ic,. two wagons andharness;three
i.uli ,tI' l.rueu '- I,,',, a handsome new Carriage or
Coaches, for one or two horses of fashionable form
and finish.
Terms of sale, all purchasers under $100 cash, be-
tween $ 100 and 300 sixty days, and over $300, three
and six months for the credit payments, notes satisfac.
torily endorsed will be required before delivery.
ie 23 eod P H. W. BOOL, Auct.
O MERCHANTS, STORE KEEPERS,
LAWYERS AND LIBRARIANS-The next
sale at my Store will be on THURSDAY MORN-
ING, at 10 o'clock A.M,among:which is a very supe-
rior Library Case; and a Fancy do; Moulded Looking
Glass Reflectors; also a Merchants Counting House
Desk, with pigeon holes, &c, DRY GOODS, FUR-
NITURE, probably under this head may be found
an attraction; Glass Ware; China; Hats; Shoes; Boots;
&c., Clothing of various descriptions; Hardware and
Cutlery; Hse, full and half; Trunks; Watches; Jew-
elry, some very fine; 6 neat Fowling Pieces, 2 of
which are very rare, o1 the Damascus twist; a Libra-
ry of German BOOKS; also English do; Stationary of
almost every kind; Beds; Carpets; Pallaisses; Iron
Chests; 2000 feet of Mahogany Veneers. Additions
received. H. W. BOOL, Auct.
fe 23 _______
RUSTEE'S SALE.-By virtue of a decree of
Baltimore County Court, sitting as a Court o
Equity, the subscriber will sell at public sale, at the
Exchange, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of Feb-
ruary inst. at 1 o'clock, P. M.
Several well secured Ground rents, charged upon
divers parts of a LOT of GROUND, at the north west
corner of South Charles and Pratt sts.
The terms of sale as prescribed by the decree are
one half cash on the day of sale, and the balance in
two equal payments in six and twelve months, with
interest and security.
For further particulars inquire of the Trustee,
JOHN SCOTT, Trustee.
H. W. BOOL, Auctioneer.
fe 1 2awts P
*94b[ BOXES OF CLEAR PORK
I a 300 kegs of new No. 1 LARD
60 bbls. do do do
BACON.
1000 HAMS of superior quality
300 SIDES do do
1000 PLATES do do
1000 JOLES do do
For sale by J. JACOB BOWER St CO.
West Saratoga street.
Who is prepared to put up No. I, Mess and Prime
PORK, at the shortest notice the whole year. fe 19 4t
STAVES TAVES !I STAVES I! !
The subscriber has for sale-
1A l 1 REDOAK HHD. STAVES
-:V W 4,000 White Oak do
2,000 White Oak Pipe do
Also a quantity of W. 0. bbl. STAVES. Apply to
STEVENSON DUNGAN,
fe 19 4t* Pratt st. opposite Patterson st.
N OTICE.-All persons are hereby forewarned
not to trust any one on my account, as I will pay
no debt which may be contracted without my spe-
cial order. SAM'L. JONES, Sen'r.
be 19 dt4t
DUPUYTREN'S POMADE FOR THE
HAIR. -1 n-clri;i preparation, prepared from
the original recur": ,:.! ,ini, celebrated French Surgeon,
is considered by the Faculty to be the best article of
the kind ever offered to the public.
As a preventative for the hair tailing off and for its
restoration (provided the roots are not destroyed) it
stands pre-eminent. Those persons whose hair is


falling off either from sickness or otherwise, will find
it an admirable remedy. It removes the dandruff and
gives the hair a lively and glossy appearance.
Price 50 cents per box-Prepared only by
MACKENZIE & CO.
Chemists and Druggists, N. E. corner
fe 22 dtf of Baltimore and Gay sts.
J AMiES ACKLAND would inform his custom-
ers and the public in general, that he has now
made Lp a large assortment of the most beautiful and
fashionable BOOTS, which he will sell wholesale or
retail at reduced prices, consisting of-
OPERA BOOTS, French Gaizd Fancy Legs
Fine Calf Pump BOOTS
do Walking do with spurs, all patterns
do DOUBLE SOLES, water proof
do CORK SOLES do
All of which is warranted to be superior to any
that is. or can be manufactured in this city.
A liberal discount made for cash.
fe 19 2aw2m
DAVID HOFJFIAN'S WORKS.
IATOR, Anthony Grumbler, Legal Outlines,
SCourse of Legal Study, and Introductory Lec-
tures-for sale at PLASKIT & CUGLES' and in the
principal book stores in the chief cities.
ja 27 d3m? P
W ANTED AT ALL TIMES, with proper
recommendations as to character and capacity,
Clerks; Book-keepers; Salesmen; Porters; Bar-keep.
erf; Overseer and Farm Handg; Gardeners; Mechan-
ics and Apprentices to various trades. Apply at the
( ify Intelligence and General Agency Office, N. W.
corner of Baltimore and Frederick st. fe 19
1 EW SPRING GOODS.-1 cartoon Ladies
N Satin CRAVATS very beautiful
CHINTZ PRINTS rich new style
CAMBRIC HDKFS hemstiched and plain
French worked COLLARS
Twilled SILK HDKFS (Gentlemens)
Extra heavy Italian CRAVATS do
Just received and for sale at a small advance by
EDW. J. RICHARDSON, No. 39
fe 22 Corner Baltimore and Gay street,
ACON, LARD, CORN BROOMS, &c.
18,000 lbs. Middlings BACON, average weight
40 lbs.
6,500 1 bs. Shoulder do do do 24lbs
1,000 lbs. Jole do do do 9 lbs
The above is bright color, well cut and
superior quality.
300 kegs and a afew barrels No. 1 LARD
60 dozen CORN BROOMS -
Feathers PINK ROOT. For sale by
JOHN C. CLARKE,
fe 22 d4t P No. 33 N. Howard st.
PICKLES.
HE subscriber respectfully invites the Ladies
to call at the store of William Lanahan & Co.,
Confectioners 165 Baltimore st. 4 doors east of Charles
at., where they will have an opportunity of seeing a
few Jars ot PICKLES, intended as a present to Gen-
eral Harrison, President Elect, prepared at the Am-
enican Pickling Establishment, Philadelphia, which
will remain until THIS EVENING. Merchants,
Grocers and Confectioners wishing to supply them-
selves with a handsome choice lot of Pickles, &c.
would do well to make an early cell at fLe above 'tore
or J. Crosby, Commerce st, as the supply lor Ihe
season must be a limited one.
fe 22 4t* THOS. B. SMITH.


PUBLIC SALES.
By ..1. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE No, 88, COR-
NER OF N. GAY AND FROIT STRtEET8.
146 SHARES BALTIMORE AND OH10
RAIL ROAD STOCK.
I WILL sell at the Exchangeon FRIDAY NEXT
the 26th inst. at 1 o'clock, 146 shares of Hypothe-
cated Stock,of the Baltimore and Ohio RailRoad Com-
pany. Terms cash, J. 1. GROSS,
lie 23 Auctioneer.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF FURNI-
TURE.-By order of the Orphans' Court obr
BdltimoreCounty, I will sell on THURSDAY 25th,
at 10 o'clock, on East Lombard street near Hariord
Run, a variety of Household and Kitchen FURNI-
TURE, in part Chairs; Mahogany Tables; Looking
Glasses; Bureaus; Crockery Ware; Beds; Bedsteads;
Andirons; Shovel and Tongs; Clock; 2 Travelling
Trunks, and a variety of Kitchen Furniture,being part
of the personal estate of John Miller. Terms cash in
bankable money. THOMAS DAVIDSON,
Admin. de Bonis non.
fe 23 J. 1. GROSS.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF LARGE
RETAIL STOCK HARDWARE & HOUSE-
HOLD FURNITURE.-I will sell on FRIDAY
26th inst. at 10 o'clock, in Franklin st. between How-
ard and Eutaw streets, the stock of Hardware and
Household Furniture of the late George Elliott, de-
ceased. The stock of Hardware is general and well
selected, of recent importation, consisting in part of
fine and common cutlery; butt, strap and other hicges,
of various sizes; knob, mortice, chest, till, cupboard
and other locks; rasps and files of various sizes; hand,
pannel, mill and compass saws; chissels; plane irons;
gouges; braces and bitts; hand hammers and hatchets;
bolts; sprigs; screws; curry combs; halter and trace
chains; manure and bay forks; shovels and spades;
scythes; sneathes; augurs; coffee mills; trowels and
fossets; frying parish; 26 casks nails; tea kettles and
sauce pans; pots and ovens; a quantitity of sleigh,
team and house bells; castings; andirons; shovels and
tongs, &c. &c.
And at 3 o'clock, or immediately after the above,the
Household and Kitchen Furniture-in part, chairs;
mahogany dining and breakfast and card tables; look-
ing glasses; andirons; shovel and tongs; carpets; bu.
reaus; beds; bedsteads, and furniture for culinary pur-
poses.
Terms, Cash, bankable money.
CATHARINE ELLIOTTf,
PETER BAKER,
Administrators.
fe 23 5S J. I. GROSS, Auct.
By J. F. Osbourn 4 Co.
do. 32, S. CHARLES STREE'IT.
SPRING SALE OF NEW ELEGANT
AND FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, ON
THURSDAY MORNING 25tb, at 10 at our Ware-
house.
FIRST FLOOR.-Plain Bureaus; Column do;
Secretary do; Dressing do; Recess Sideboards; Column
do; Pedestal End do- Centre Tables; Side Dining
Tables; Pillar and Claw Breakfast no; Plain do;
Workstand.; Wardrobes; 5 doz. Cane Seat Chairs.
SECOND FLOOR.-2 Superb Dressing Bureaus;
1 Marble Top; 6 Sofas Scroll end Square Ends, fig'd
Cloth; Flat and Round Pillows; 1 doz. Mahogany
Chairs; 2 Mahogany Rocking Chairs; Mahogany
Wardrobe; Poplar do; Plain and Column Bureaus
with Round and Square Ends; Marble Top Wash-
stands; Ladies Workstands, Plain and extra finish;,2
Extension Dining Tables; 1 pr. Square Pillar and
Claw Dining Tables; 1 pr. Urn Pillar and Claw do;
Sideboards; 3 Marble Top Pier Table with Glasses;
Secretary and Book Case; Octagon Marble Top Cen-
tre Table with Urn Pillar; Card Table; Mantle, Pier
and Dressing Glasses; a few good oil paintings.
THIRD FLOOR-12 High Post, Walnut, Cherry,
Maple and Poplar Bedsteads; 20 French Post, Cur-
led and Plain Maple Cherry and Poplar Bedsteads;
40 Low Post. Double and Single Cherry Bedsteads,
with 8 screws; 12 poplar trundle Bedsteads; 3 Cribs;
Double and Single Mattresses; a very large pair of
second hand dining tables, 3 pieces.
A credit on all sums over $100. Catalogues will
be ready the day before the sale. The Furniture can
be examined any time.
fe22 P J.F. OSBOURN & CO.
STOCK OF A FAICY AND VARIETY
STORE IN THE MARKET.-It not diposed
of entire at private sale previously, we will on SAT-
URDAY 27th, at No. 40 Baltimore st. between Gay
and Frederick, an assortment of Musical Boxes; Ra-
zors; Sci.sors; Penknives; Spectacles; crfmb Brushes;
Clothes do; Hair do; Tooth do; Furniture do; White-
wash do; shaving Boxes; Snuff do; ivory and horn
Combs; assorted Toys; Dolls; Beads; Suspenders;
pocket Books; Bellows; Earrings; finger do; Breast-
pins; Slates; glass Cases and Counters. Sums under
$25 cash, over $25 60 days.
le 23 PS J. F. OSBORN & CO.
OHN F. OSBOURN, in recommencing the
S 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.
fe 18 JOHN F. OSBOURN.
iy J. p Whiteley,
20 PRATT STREET, OPPOSITE RAIL ROAD DEPOT
S00O PACKAGES APOTCHECARIES
SWARE AT AUCTION.-ON TUES.
DAY, Feb'y. 23d, at the Warehouse No.43 S. Charles
street, without reserve to close a concern, a large as-
sortment of VIALS; Patent Med. do; Qt. Pac BOT-
TLES; Pint do; FLASKS, &c. comprising every ar-
ticle in the Line. A Positive Sale Terms liberal.
Catalogues will be furnished and the goods ready for
examination the day previous to the sale.
fe 13 A. WHITELEY, Auct.
By Richard M1I. Hall Co.
N. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE-ST-S
N. B. As we intend REMOVING to No. 24 S.
Charles street, the rooms now occupied by us will
be lor rent on the 1st March.
te 20 R. M. HALL 8+CO.
By Wefver, Cannon x Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
MAHOGANY AND OTHER FURNI-
TURE.--On WEDNESDAY MORNING,
Feb. 24th inst. at 10 o'clock, we will sell at our
Warehouse, No. 28 South Charles street, an assort-
ment of new and second band mahogany and other
Furniture: among which we name mahogany side-
boards; bureaus; secretary and book case; sofas; pier
tables; workstands: mahog. spring seat rocking chairs;
common do; nurse and sewing do; windsor chairs do;
cane seat do; high post bedsteads; 8 half French post
do, &c. &c. Also,
GLASS & QUEENSWARE, viz. plates; dishes:
bowls; cups and saucers; tea sets;dinner do; ewers and
basins; mugs; pitchers, &c.; cut and plain tumblers;
celeries; wines; castors; cut decanters, &c. Terms.
cash in bankable money.
WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
fe 22 SPC __________
PIECE & CUT DRY GOODS.-On TUES-
DAY MORNING, Feb. 23d, at 10 o'clock, at
our auction Rooms No. 25 South Charles st, we sell
to close a concern, a stock of Biece and Cut DRY
OOODS,aamong which will be found Calicoes, Mous
line de Laines; Cambrics; white and black Cotton
Stockings; Silk Hdfs; Cotton do; Gloves; Book Mus-
lint Jaconets; Spool Cotton; Cassimeres; Cassinet;
Flannel; Irish Linens; Silks, &c. Terms cash, in
bankable money, WEVER, CANNON St CO.
fe20 PC Aucts.
EARLY RISING.-LOOK HERE.
PATENT CHEMICAL YEAST POW-
DERS, OR, QUICK YEAST.-The best and
most useful article ever invented for House keepers,
as it saves time and trouble, a most essential part of
House keeping. This is no quack, but truth, try it
and judge for yourselves, in such articles as Light
Bread, Buck Wheat Cakes, Hot Rolls, Biscuits and
Fancy Cakes of every description. Persons going
South would do well to supply themselves with these,
as they will keep any length of time and in any cli.
mate. Prepared and sold by Turner & Sh-rnin, 12
Baltimore st. near the Bridge, Baltimore. Also for
sale by J. L. Chapman, South street, Seth S. Hance,
corner Pratt and Charles at. J. C. Keener, corner
South and Baltimore, Parr & Graham, cor. of Eutaw
and Baltimore st.; J. 0. & N. McCormick, Gay st. 0.
T. and at Stanstury's. Thames st. F. P.
P. S. Patent Medicines, Perfumery, &c. for sale
also by TURNER 8+ SHERMAN.
fe 22


CAUTION TO DEALERS IN HARD-
WARE.
W E have reason to believe that Plane Irons,Chi-
sels and Files, manufactured in Germany or
elsewhere ot an inferior quality, made externally to
resemble our manufacture, and bearing the stamp and
label which were originally adopted in ,the estab-
lishment of our manufactory, and which have always
been used by us to distinguish our goods, have been
imported into the United States, for the purpose of
being palmed off upon dealers and consumers as ma-
nufactured by us.
Such piratical imitations must necessarily interfere
with onr sales, and from the great inferiority in the
quality of such goods, lower the reputation ol a stamp
and label that have hitherto established for articles of
our make, a very high character in the American
market.
We therefore give this public notice that we shall
institute legal proceedings against every person whom
we shall discover to be, or have been engaged in im-
porting or selling any goods stamped or labelled to
imitate ours, 'both to prevent further sales, and to
recover damages for past violation of legal rights.
W. & S. BUTCHER.
fe 20 4t of Sheffield, England.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
FORD & 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
-AAUTION .-I do hereby caution all persons from
S receiving two Promissory Notes drawn by me
in favor of David Cather for $250 each, dated 18th
inst. one at 60 the other at 90 days, payable at the
Marine Bank of Baltimore, as I am determined not to
pay the same, they being by him fraudulently ob-
tained. GEORGE KIDD,
fe 20 3t near Port Deposit.
R-OBKERT B. REYNOLDS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Knoxville, Tennessee.
HE WILL attend to the collection of claims
throughout the District of East Tennessee.
REFER TO
Messrs. W. F. & A. Murdoch & Co.
Thomas & Co. I
Charles Fischer & Co. IBalt;more
McKim & Brother,
Gosnell & Devries, |
SBrauns & Focke, J
Mr. Chs. H. H.Brown, Baltimore.
Messrs. Robt. Patterson & Co. 1
Wingate, Gaskell & Knox, |
Wood & Abbott, Philadelphia.
Henry Bird &S Co.
Mr. Geo. G. Welles, J
fe 19 dIlstA
ITUAl HION WANTED-By a young men
who understands BOOK-KEEPING, or am CleIk
in a wholesale or retail esiablihhmenl of any deecrip-
tion; good references can be given. Address a nole
to H. D. at the Office of the American.
fe 19 1 4t*
SITUATION WANTED-By a Young Man
who can give the best of recommendations. Is
acquainted with the Grocery business. Enquire of
Thornton & Eareclon, No. 10 Light at. whbai le 22













PVJ-t7lC 8Z
IFREDERICK COUNT
U. The subscriber offers
ARC A PIA, one of the mos
lermm in tie State. Itls 3
rick, andcontai o 810 ACH
be divided into three
comprising all that could
.A cluiig iN ai elegant
11r1r3 l rate B.irn, and ri
JM together with the sari
six thousand bushels of w
locu-1 posl,at,.i rh-snut r
great extpen dunrine t he
i; now crtitlyv enchrl,wd
Land is well water
The subscriber is determ
sold at private sale, a day
sale, to lake place niulriZ;
the subscriber will also se
ing 22 HORSES,8 superior
best ia the S!ate,) a propo
stock, and a large amou
GRIFFIN
Frederick, Feb'y.
FOR SALE.-A FARM c
480 acres of Landi situat
in Carroll county,about te
the County town,-eighte
Baltimore city, and four
part of the land, amply suf
poses, is in timber; the re
proportion of which is go
well set in Timothy. The s
adapted to the growth of g
it plaister and lime have b
fully. The Land binds in pa
also a large and unfaillin
siderable fall, running th
mat kably
L There i- upon the pr
"iULING HO.tSE, of st
amBUbuifoir-g-alao.aa BA
fitty.-iwo by thiriy threef- f
ar,d coniairng il orais -
cond of frame and contain
mows for grain, c.e
The landrid i su-ceF.lihli' o
small farms, each of whi
and have a sufficient qua
would be sold entire or div
unexceptionable title will
able portion of the purcha
will be allowed. The grain
purchased of the occupant a
sion can be obtained on th
Apply to U
fe 9 2& w
TRUST SALEK OF
PER
URSUANT to a deed ot
P ,,sb cribtrsiny James S
in the County Court of She
public sale to the highest
bia Furance aboutsevenm
Shenandoah county, Virg
day ot April next. 1tihe oll
ble NEGRO NIM LN. and seven
six horses each, wagons
Mules, consisting of six e
four wagons, eight
A- Also, Columbia Furna
j- LAND, more or less,
= Mill, Dwelling House,
a tract of 200 ACRES, mo
FORGE and new Dwellingh
21 other Tracts of Land
others near tothe Furnace
ing in the aggregate 44
There are 4 Ore Banks we
the last named tra
A more particular descri
Lands -by the Deed of Tr
properly as will raise t
mortgage will be sold. We
as we have vested in
It is believed that this i
IRON establishments in t
further information apply
liams,jr., in Winchest
P. WILLIAMS, j
MARK BIRD,
fe 20
riRUSTE'S'S SALE.-By
SBaltimore County Cour
Equity, the subscriber will
Lxchanie, on WEDNESDA
ruary inst. at
Several well secured Gr
divers parts of a LOT of
corner of South Cha
The terms of sale as pre
one halt cash on the day o
two equal payments in si
interest an
For further particulars
JOHN SCOTT
H. W. BOOL,
fe2 2a
A. FOR SALE.-The un
private sale to close
JMUFLOURING MILL on
It consists of a brick Mi
house, substantially buil
steam Engine of 30 inch c
Machinery for four run o
the above property is situ
hundred feet, running one
street, forming a square
andsubject to a ground r
is not disposed of before t
on that day be sold at auc
at the Exchange, a
ja6 2awt24M J
JA FOR RENT -The subs
ken Warehouse No. 3
IM (to which he is now
tablishment) will Rent
Baltimore st. occupied b
one of the meat desirable S
tensive business; the Sto
with a good two story fir
alley. The front Store is
and 3d stories 30 feet front
windows in the Store, an
Tenant a long lease will
premi
fe 19P SC P L
,WHARF AND LUM
RE
0O RENT-The square o
Dock, Block and Point
front of 500 feet and a stre
ing an entire Square enclos
ft and having a Brick
if on the premises. It is
i5for LUMBER or COA
the most roomy and convene
convenient to the Rai
R. HOWA
fe 12
TO
Tli-E SUBSCRIBER wi
year, or tor a short te
TIFUL GARDEN situate in
Site the Carmelite Nunnery
Henry Moore. The garden i
auVITSr such as PEAR
R KIES, ecc. &c., besides a
nent of SHRUBBERY an
crL comfortable DWE
n113 premises, situated n
JESU~den. To horticultu
flowers this garden offers
with. For te
ST. GEO. W
oc 8 P d Off
;TIJAS AM BRICK
AS the subscribers are n
much larger capacity, the
mould BRICK MACHINE, u
last s
This Machine, with the
bars,i andone horse and car
per hour or an average of
season. The bricks are made
the earth, which is throw
ried from thence directly
ready forbutning. They ar
act in size, remarkably tru
making a sery handsome f
under co.-er arid consequen
from the weather.
fe 9
VALUABLE WHAR
RENT.-The subscriber
snore years, that large an
situated at the head of t
works of Messrs. Watchma


Lee street extended, bindi
and running back southerly
tenance'. now in the
Br.,tl. This Property is s
business parts of the City o
the principal wharves; it
pose, baing a corner proper
coal or lumber lai., t.c. c
for the lepoAt ol Iall artic
lading anid unladiteh of ve
steam and other vessels. P
bout the 1st of March ne
be reasonable, apply to the
Fayette, near St
fe 18 eolt R
""*MIBCHANI
CANFIELD & BROTH
few patterns of "
CHANICAL LAMPS." To
them no explanation of the
they have given universal
ly an elegant article, and
toher descriptions of light
rooms, reading rooms, &c.
are generally used in all e
ris, where a steady, unifo
smoke, is
In proportion to light, t
the oil of a common Astral
of economy alone, they ar
For sale at the corner of B
ja 21
DEPOT OF THEC
UI %NE JOS. A NTON
WATER.-1 be utb-cril',rr
the celebrated gAnuinie Jo
WATER, till titve constat
ply of the fin(ri qialiiy.
and which he xil bei able t
most reaso
In reference to the a
begs to state that he has
arrivals a laig,- .ippl, o
Cologne WA I ElI, hiiE can
quality and price it cannot
lully begs their att
Importer of French,
fe4 d2m Fancy Good
F, DEV
S No, 4, South st. 3 door
-. .a Just received,
"-*", sortment ofP
'Jr ('-t' Having mad
S _, several of the
i Perfumers inPar
/ him to offer the
ate lc
Colognes; Laven
Matums; Soip.'; 'Crem:.
Han-[lie, alenltime!.
Pa;.tes: E tra c c.
Coiil an'ly r'c-itig, Dru
iisp-.ndrr'; Pir.-p."o
Bsiii.ts-, H id Mirrios, ti
arti
PARIS MILLINERY andL
'nASTOlIOiL-I i t' rlk i l
J receive .i a
j,28 GAITHER & CO.


PUBLIC tNALS

C HANCERY SALE.- BI)
the HIglh m f Ir, I l i I,,e
subscriber a. Ti%'l' %ii e hil
Exchange on I HLi'si.%
next at I u'clcik. P. NI i
perty, tth, residue of a te
newable f
Il liat LuI' orparcel of
-nine r ia) oi tallimore, a
within !the fnllnwinie m-t
.I, ijrwnm i 1 .1 i i n -- i t o u
'. i I,, .V 1 oi li it,,., .o.
or a In,' i, .ed by Robrtl
and running thence east
atforesaid, twenty five feet
let with Lloyd street to Sa
wardly bounding on Salisbu
and isrisce u,..r'to .sr slI\
the ihr.prot eiir. w.- i-r. n
ANN r Ik H' ilb','I : ot
party is subject to a
M iLdred dollars per annum
Terms of
te 16 THOS.
VALUABLE VIRGIN
FOR
TO WOOD AND TI
A TRACT OF LAND abo
District of Columbia and w
mac River and Quantico Creek, 1
acres,800 of which is heavily
a portion of V ,.]r'. .%..'.
Pine. On thi inr,et ..i I.
BRICK DWELLING H
10 comfortable Rooms,
Saloon, Passages, Clo
alone cost a few year' igo
in good repair-the ii'i.aii
as any in Virginia and in ti
ligious community. The
valuable, 50 cts. per cord i
standing in the Woods, an
will yield from 70 toO 80 c
profitable wood trade is car
Columbia. The Timber on
lua
The above property can be
crifice, if early ap
SELLMAN
fe P d8t cornerS
g GAZEiTT: u I'
ORLEAbSE-The premise
Im St. Paul's e1 I a.e a n
as the 'Gazette (rith.-" if
a term ofyears-the situati
ble one, either for a ;,rir.
siness for which the muI.
near Baltimore street. P
diately. For terms, app
premises, or of
fe3 No. 138 Ba
FOR NALE-A small
about 51 Acres, good L
ft hood of Govans Town, i
tivation, a healthy situat
fine water. The improve
Stables, Coach House, Ba
full) Daily, &c., and all
a good Kitchen Garden,
with an abundanc
Immediate possession can
the stock. Apply at thi
BALTIIMO"E RIAL
181 SOUTH
&) FOR RENT.-A space
|M}ous DWELLING HOUSE
Zt5 .lot, situate in Calv
salist
JA! ALSO-For rent, a g
iT STABLE, with three s
.I .House and spacious hay
street near P
fe22 3tF LE
A- FOR RENT-The
4 N. Liberty st,. rece
M G. & N. Popplein as a
tion is one of the best in
business and is in fe'rep
moderate by application
Hanover
SUMNER, ROB
fe 17 1www f
A FOR RENT-The lar
Three Story and ba
Saratoga street,between
streets, formerly occupied
house can be seen beta een
ternoon. Possession give
LOWRY
fe 17 dtf P N
'FOR RENT-The t
Store house on the no
a near ltiaip i,..i. ve
and Dalrymple. P.-. t,--
apply to MAGR
or to SAM'L.
oc 16 dtffL_
SHOUSEI FOR SALE-
7 story Brick HOUSE, ca
IfU Dwelling, situated ini
will be sold on accommodi
tion to
fe 22 1m R .
FOR REN'I'- t i..,,-
t Counting lRoom on the
HL suitable for a co
SHEPPARI)
fe 12 2awtt 4 g_
FOR ht -;Nl'-.A tw
in South Exeter st. We
Am Cake Pump so caiied-
at theHouse.
I uO. l EBNT.-Two v
i'""tB I' sir ad Chamb
1 ,-.1m i h i osiding
rs... . r l,, ., ..-
z-tiB I i :;t~'ll 'i'-- \\
;fhouses\in the ci.,,,,,.-
T-a *' f i \ri .*' *
.lUBM .ibl l, ]l ,.,
fe Zd4t
FEVER AN
DLR. KERSHAWS
AND FEVER MIXT
STRENGTH OF ANY O
MIXTU RES--This Medici
to fail in curing the wor
It has been extensively use
single case has come to the l,i
where it dlid not perfectly ,
disease, he can therefore
confidence that whoever w
statement to be true-ManyC
wheie 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 sa
lire in a more concentrate
efficacious as the Mixtu
KERSHAW'S AGUE AN
kept for sale by those
ia 14
AN1D EW'S COMI*O
TED SYRUP OF
7U'HIS Preparation contain
A the Root in a concentr
garded as the most import
corbutic Medicine extant.
fulous Affections, Scu vy
other Diseases of the Ski
most eminent of the Facul
cine for re.sstablishing th
undergone the effects of
ously injured by a long
most baneful maladies to
ble, particularly under th
ted Secondary Symptoms, w
dicated, produces serious i
dation of such derangement
probably last for lhe rema
tend the evil even to the
been thus
In order to render this pre
sible it is carefully prep
evaporation from the Re
Prepared a
GEO. W.
Chemist an
No. 3 Baltimore stre
de 31
i / -
ItHE subscriber has r
FACTORY. LEATIEI


FACTURERS WNAREIHOUSE
West Pratt street, to the
of Eutaw st. and Carpente
Lombard
Having all things put in
prepared to furnish Card Cl
and all Nos. from
Also on hand a large an
Manufacturers articles,
Roller Leather Reeds, Shut
Roller Cloth, Russia IU;
Bobbins, (Warp and ti'l(C
Worsted) Washers, (.ill .
Potato Starch, Card Plve
Combs, Glass Steps, Brus
Cotton or Wo
Belt Leather of superior
der, from 1 to 20 inches w
ted and sewed, for drivi
and Woollen Mills, Saw Mi
tors for G
All of which will be fiur
terms by
ja 1 P
THOMSONIAN A
The Subscribers are wel
Medicine has in all ages ofth
portant subject, in which the
ested, and thousands of 3 1. -.. .-
anda ofvolumes nave be-. "11- -ini
sent fashionable system i'i'" :ih"
degree imperfec
Dr. Rush compares it to an u
he top nud cracked
Dr. Hervy says, "What unacco
frames that we set ourselves s
is new? Can any one behold,
physicians, that after the spa
perience and practice of their
medicine has been discovered L . r
to prevent, oppose or expel a -
ble remedies which the God o1 ,. ,.-,
vish hand over every hill and
will eventually entirely superc
ltis a factdeeplyli.b- i 1.i... ,
has Invented bleedinrg ,a sili..s
:1,` rig.. a.1u -.1Ih .l tlin," w |
..-a i ia.i si i11 o 11' CIA. I 5 '
ss si.... hlir..t ,~'I, i.i .- ltls,
sent to an uni
We know not," says Dr. Reese
dli ii. d i. ii..-- ro50i. ri.i r: ar-. 4
11" l 1 -3h Il .. l -l. I ... A.l '.
cur
STii. i ""11 ; 1. 1 -r.i-.iii 1u !,-hlli .'
; -1 l1r 'ii'l- 5 ri5.5iri1 CrIs .. -i i.
hersofotherasin diseasesof al
grades, alt of which have be
Iii.h pI-'I.jr \is. i. i l .
tl il, ii Pnl ., il.':. -: t.prli
every common ii.l.tr. i.t I,' iu
Drs. Brown and ttu-ii, .iu', .,'
for the removal of disease are v
in harmony with na
The system of Dr. Thomson ia
comprehensive a manner that
family. after a little application
it with perfectsatety and effica
ced inthe whole practice that
leterious qua
We, the undersigned Agents f
on hand and will constantly
FAMILY RIGHTS! bothin their
ges, for sale; who will give a
persons who may possess them
Is them to fully Anderstand
GoDacayt MZAita


ITY COMMISSION
TIMrlOR. Fe-biuiy L'-.
inia-ioreri heietv -i' i rnot
meet on FRI D.'A V NF \X T, th
, MI. .a iic. la itn ail p
of ground situated on the
street, as conveyed by
Sharm
The Surveyor, and all pe
quested to attend at the pr
,pers.
fe 22 d4t PR JA
J OIr'.ViI'I-I L.*,rIE-Is-l
9 to 40 acres each for ren
for sale at a reasonable p
situated within and two wi
all within a very short dista
healthy, and soil very roo
ket, or dairy Fa.\M e
%ould make desirable
Stocks and other security
ken in payme
LLI-.Il.,GE
fe 9 opposite Western Ba
NOIT
T HE one half ofata $oo100
United States No. D. 4
subscriber and deported in
on the 9th ol November 18
never came to hand. The
directed to Charles Hul .:. l
are h-reby cautioned- .. .Io.
said half note, as the sub
the Bank of the United S
place of the one missing.
was duly received
ja 7 law3m
N OTICE 10 ( TO CRIE1,l't
S of William P. Pouder, p
for the benefit of the Ins
hereby notified to present
thenticated ta Geo. Earlies
debtors' estates(Court Hou
signed trustee, on or before
preparatory to di
WILLIAM
fe 18 lawSt
PROCLA.
HEREAS, it has been
W that a most atrocious
on the night of the 30th J
Carohnitf t ",uiit, Mary
SWELOLINt., .ry JOSHU
t
tyi do therefore, by this
WARD of FIVE HUNDR
apprehension and deliv
CLARK, to the Sheriff of
to
e%.A') Given under my h
SEAL. -State of Marylan
(',, )
ary, 1811.
WM. G
Governor o
By the G
JAMES
Secretary
Clark is represented to be
portions, and about 45 years o
plexion dark. He is suppo
fe 16
yj/AS OhI 11111 1TEV it
TV City and County, on t
by Jas. Barnard, jr. Esq.
and for the City of Balti
runaway, named MA
She is of dark complexion,
and about 20 or 25 years o
Edward Dorsey, Esq. of
when committed, a dark re
no cape, blue cotton head h,.a
cotton uuderdress and old c..
scars on each side of the f
ed by the K
The owner (if any) of t
woman, is requested to co
ty, pay charges and take
will be discharged
D. HERRIN
fe 9 law9w BaIt. Ciy
r| OTIC-E--TI
A SECOND light ship,
has been moored in the
November, in the vicinity
of the entrance into the
remain on that Station as
1. .i..6g ice. From this ligh
Beacon South by West. w
on Meier's leegde sand in
(c) the red Bu
Vessels, which may be co
ser without a pilot, have
No. 1, and in all cases to
then, as soon as possible,
east. Keep it in that direct
course, till they make ligh
3 German or 3 English mil
light ship No. I to bear
to steer for ii
Light ship No. 2 should
east, whence the course
light ship No. 2 in north
anchor in the vicinity, at
man or one English mile,
will be tound in about 7
is not advisable to p..... J
From light ship N-. I -..
Wurster channel to white
by East-distance )' Ger
Into the channel of Fedder
South East for the same d
to Salzhoeren
Both light ships are painted
an elevation oft42 feet abo
In place of a fl.tg they
mast heads, which i.,- .,.,,
light ships in
Published in Baltimore,
orner ofthe Sens
A. t' liNA .-'. 1 i .
i 30 2au8t P
NOTICE TU R )
T HE creditors ol Gadide
notified to till their clam
with the trustees, on or b
next, when a dividend of
be made.
WM. A. T
ja 22 2watlM T
UA DERT~E _
UN UIE
ENRY WEAVER, Sexto
respectfully informs hisi
that he is now prepared t
superintending FUNERALS, : .,
tureof I aFt IN', the furns
tire preparation of all matters
He also begs leave tocall t
to COFFINS of a new and
made by himself, which ha
bation of all whohave see
of improved appearance, bu
purpose intended, and can
order in a plain or costly
invited to call and exami
adjoining new Christ C
The subscriber is also pr
construction of VAULTS,
in any graveyard, in the v
and durability. The satis
tutore given to all who ha
termination to use his ut
enable him to promise sati
sire his services.
he 5 sot_
iIEUFORD AND
GLASS.--The undersigm
guedy for the sale of this
more. The Redford Crown
from ordinary cuown glas
ness a.d beauty ofsurlhee,b
and lightness ot color, by i
excellence of the material
sesses a remarkable lustre,
like the purest specimens
not heit|,i r',li '.-li alter
mel, Lb'shiiiajiu,, aim l hard
med by dust. A full sup
PRATT &
ja 22 Nos.2
IDAVID IoIt t 1
NEW WORK entitle
PEEP INTO MY NOTE
listed by Plaskitt & Cugl
tle & Brown of Boston-Als
author's "Thoughts by A G
tion in two volumes, of th
as also of the "Legal Outli


those Booksellers,and may b
ofthe Union. All of these
a time owing to the hdifficu
price of the legal works h
suit the times. A few copi
tures, and Syllabus,
ja 27 PRCS PLA
TIN WA
T HE SUBSCRIBER intbi
the public that hlie has
sive assortment of all k
own manufacture viz. Bloc
and plain TIN WARE,which
reasonable terms. A ho a
BLE CUTLERY; lix. i.'-l
ver llafu r.l I -u rit-n .r.it..
TEA il \\ ..I..i 's \r1 I
irons; Shovels and Tongs, w
CY HAR
Also TIN PLATE, 1C
WIRE from No.8 to 18. SH I
and black rivets; Engli
bars-all of whIch is of his
be sold at reduced prices, at
Baltimore street, and
JAMES C
II'tir.ss, ,

T lHE SUBSCRIBER, being
Il Madeira, where he pur
months, begs leave to in
want of the Wines ofl'tl- Il
the Pipe, Hhd. or q.l t: .1 e
Warehouse,No. 21 -..,iI str
'i io'iil u,, ,,. who de
ct.'. .',t V. 's i..,- Is,- Isla
in packages to suit them
ers, such an opportunity
more than twenty years e
ant in this city, together
deira, he flatters himself t
selections, to pleasethe tas
the qualities of all Wines
pond in every particular on
sentation made. He can thi
this, as the selections will
onal supervision, and as h
Wines but what are hi
As the ill health of the u
parture for the Island, prev
sons who desired to avail t
he requests that those who
their orders, will leave
practicable, so as to ensure
ly period inte
The different qualities o
any other information given
or otherwise, at my Wine an
21 South street. L
BOAR
IVE or six gentlemen,
can be accommodated
established boarding house
comfortable rooms, among
rooms, well calculated fo
and chamber adjoining.
this office. o4t
BOARUDIN
READ OF HOW
BS. EL1ZA M. KI
S inodate a few more Boa
merly occupied by the l
street, Fell's Point.


MR. ARCHIER, (Graduate
demwy, at West Point&
BOARDING& DAY l'Hfi
DI
Lexinglon sir,5l, 5 .1i/r
B NI l. i' H .
T IIIS INSTITUTION is
. embracing a :l) andeo,,
instruction in all the branch
Educa
There is a Preparatory De
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prospe
studies, prices &c. &c. ma
the Principals at the s- r
made to Major Gen. 'iut
Dennis H. Mahan, Prof.
J. W. l..dl. Prof. Chem. i
my; Roswell Park, Prof. cf
versity of Penn,; Rev. D.
Rev. John C. Backus, Rev.
B. Magruder, Dr.R.N. Hall
Dallam Esq., Win. F. Gil
Esq., Win. Reynolds F-.i J
Baltimome; Rev. E. %' iIl
Rev. John Davis, A' -l-r,,
Finney, Harford co, M.I.
t;\i'iliL llul'
JANOARY,2
ESOLLED BY THE Gen
U5ryland, That the Tre
Shore proceed forthwith to
the Stockholders of the Ches
Company et Frelteri-k, up'
das v, in 'i .,:.'.," a 'mI li
adopted thorte regulation ad l
pany by the Stockholders ol,
July, eighteen hut Ai-.t ali
gate the affairs anitd i-lt n ,
and to take such Isui Itsr ,r
interest of the Stoc
By order: G.
We hereby certify that th
py 1.l i7t ...;:-;, ,I ,.-'.d
es cl 1u 1.s is L t !Jliur.' I*
sior ,
Given under ourhandts at t
26th day of J
GEORGE G
Clerk ofll. t I.:t..d
JItii H. NIt
Clerk of tbe Se

WESTERN SHORE T
ANNAPOLIS, JAN
N OBEDIENCE to a res
Assembly oh Maryland, ot
of which the foregoing is
the resolution of the Stock
a General ..cT..Io ,. ..f the
pelke and s th i .. i 1 .., ,I C
assemble and be held at the ('
city of Frederick, in Frederi
on MONDAY, the 8th day of
clock, MAt., "to investigate the
and their past management, a
order in tile premises as th
ers may require."
e 1 181thM 'Tre
.IB. tn ...sL.. rC
and others, CU
vs. (qui
Elias L. Chinn & Wife. 3Thi
l. Gorsuich, and Mary his
ward Bates and Keziab Ba
such, and Saiah Gorsuch h
Ann his wife, Thomass H
wife, Joseph C.:i.... r, mi
Simpsoni, and '' illiairM C.
wife, against the defendant
certain property, and the d
which the complainants and
as tenants in common under
ler, late of Baltimo
The bill states that Mar
Keziah Bates, and Sarah Go
said William Wheeler-ad
Cooper, Thomas Simpson
Elizabeth Moore, and Ann Ci
zabeth Simpson, deceased,
William Wheeler-all of w
21 years, that by the wil
dated on the 26th May, 1823
ter the death of his wife,
estate not otherwise speci
o I- .1l .i..l-. Mary, J
lI. rc.i!.ii -in .! his daught
the property passing under
two tracts of land i Bal
ground in the City of Balti
ly described in the bill f
complainants are desirou
sold, that the proceeds may
to the interest of all par
That the defendants, howev
wherefore a resort to Chan
and that the said defendant
Mary
It is thereupon adjudged a
plainants by causing a copy
,ii r.. -,, i ..!, P ijs ..o
ii, j. :,..i bI11 1. , i-,.i ..i.L .
M arch next. give notice to
of the object and substance
to appear in this Court, in
or before the first day of
premises, and to show caus
decree should not b
ItR.'B. M
True copy, Test
ja 20 law3w
A B %: -'.. l. BJI 1 N1),
S.. fl I I \ l i
Uppercoo & Co. 1841-O-
ninth day of February, 18
reported by John Glenn, Tr
and confirmed unless caus
on or be:oie the fourth da
a copy of this order be inse
paper published in the city
a week lor thrite ,-,. '
loutith day of Marc ... ri
mount il sales to
Tr. u2_E ..
fe It 10 l
SNi ,'' Ifi I i~i.tii "i
ot the real Estate ot Luke
by Alexander Neill and W
Executors of the last Will a
Deceased, and this day rep
said Executors, be ratified
be shown to the contrary on
April next,- Provided, a co
in some daily newspaper,
Baltimore, at least once a
weeks,-b'lore Ihe first da
The report states the am
thousand tour hundred and
copy. Test
te3 law4
a! hTINGEINVA& FURITURE
E STORE, rX.'t Ct'.rb, i
Bank, where lie :., i. .*...i.
of new and secor.I Istl I I'
boards; bureaus; secretary
glasses; beds; carpeting, &c
sale on moderate terms al
ware; clocks and timepieces
the best ... S i ', lamps o
Also, i -*'," lit assortme
lever and other watches; g
rin.s ansi finger rings; silv
,s r.,s ci 'si'-i' ;. uii,.li
a fine l....,..iil,,',. :ni i
of every description; brus
cal instruments; musical in
ty. In addition to the ab
watch l i .,: t. I sa. h
T he s-, I i. ll. i; iil ',1
for sale, it" applied for
Also, a very line collect
rings, linger rings and br
ap
TO THE
DR. HULL'S UTER
POR
T HIS new Instrument fo
lapsus Ur.... ., I'l.liih
nal a' s Ih i..n. :5',..... 't
able '-..-.. i hil.rri
flicted as the lr, .-* I 1 1
it never having lailed of p
most aggravated circumsta
decided approbation of S
DON; Sir Benjamin C. Brod
sician to the Queen; Dr. A
lery to Guy's Hospital;
!'it,,r ..! 'u... sn-. il, (.rif
I ,'.. I i, in, I. i,,,,it...H ,
pital; Robert Fe.' uon.


ing-in Hospital I, -in *M..ie
sex Hlospital, and senior
lotte's Lying-in Hospita
Conquest; Blundell, Lee,
&c. by Dr. Moreau, Presi
ale de Medecine, PARIS
chess D'Orleans; Professo
Dubois, Sanson, and other
Professor J. W. Francis;
lessor ot Midlwifery in
YORK, Profes. Delafield,
son, President County Me
Pres. Medical Society, St
James .MrNau:ht-'ni. of i
Prolessci 5 \ rqt I'. u
Thos. Bo' 1i hit, i tiw
Kissam, Vache, Power, G
and maInm y other dt ti.,,. ,th
ted States. A. G. 11I. 1!.;1
.!slor House
DZ-A constant supply of t
be kept by .
Corner of Pratt st.
I' l .mphlet, contain
;tj ,." *., i. and uses" of the
meant, can be obtained b
iv IS

CURE FOB TETTERS
WORMS.- W-. I., ,u., .!r--
s t ir i.......'.,,, ". .-,' 1,u ." e 1- '.
i i \IN I i.'I, ;i'. V ...,i ,,,
cure of Tetters and l:ir,.chi.
had occasionto use : 'i ll in
desired
John F. Towner
Caleb Wlhitmore
H. Griftith, Jr.
Jesse P. \,'ri 'i-is,,
JohnP. I..... R .1,
George Rea,
T E. oias.hlCt,.-y.n,
J .. i f. f lI.. ..r,
F. G. Waters
Mrs. E. Shaw,,
Jesse R.,,si. ir.d
Frances
BALTIMORE, N
Having been afflicted with
the las l m. -u1', ,,,..i sit ,
(iures ; t d i,. :.I 1 i lh.. ,
the Tr". ' I ,: 11.. ,r ,I i
have t .li ,-.l i. t. 1 -..
,ufared from thesame ,-.v,,
EI.I/ ',q.i E
The above remedy can be p
ef R. H. COLEMAN & CO. 1
SETH S. HANCE. corner o
TO COUNTRY ST
subscriber having bt-r, .,
for the sale for Pease & ,.i,
Candy, would h respectfully
whom he will allow a very l
above candy cures colds, c
tion of the heart, irrita
whooping cough, liver compl
eases leading to consumption
ded byourpopular physician
retail by
fe 17


ENGINEER'S OFFICE
B LTIMORE AND O
P ROPOSA"S aresivitedfo
i ri,.i materials to beo
the R,,,l i frack betwe
berl
Sawed Lumiber for Uider-s
54,583 sticks oh Scantling
long. clear atof slump-shot,
board me
54,500 do do 3x10
t'. gi. ir,. hosethe
Hewn T.',,t ir t. ,
105.600 slicks. l-. 'Ii. it i .1 ,
thickness of 4' incLees, a
7 feet
30,200 do flatted in same
inches-width and -i .-
C4at lion Jor I'.'
52,800 Joint Chairs, weighing
52 80,0 Middle 0'o d
52,800 Bottom Plates, do
Total lbs. cast ir
1Wrofight li Ion
105,600 Screw-bolts 7J
diam. wt. 1 lb. each,
105,60o Nuls for same,
wt. ', lb. each,
105,600 Washers, of a
long by 2" wide, and
ness, sndti weighing 9-16
105,(600 Plates of roll
width, and 1-16 thic
pound,
844,80 Hliook-headed Si
7-16 square in the s
oz. each,
The Sawed Lumber may be
with not .rne hallan an inch
slick; free from large kno
kind.-A portionmt ti s i
posed for to be lit,. ,,r,.
same conditions as to urq, ,,
may be at Baltimore, Geo
Cumnberlan., or any other
road, amil the proposal will
times at which the Lum
Proposers to whom more
juit named are accessible,
prices For delivery at each;
the Company in regard to
be acc
The ttwn Timber, intend
suppori-b-ic.cks, may be
chesinut-oak, or of chesnu
and straightlt it onre direct
delivering it in the rough
undertake the hewing ot it
he cail so word hits proposal
of the sticks must be suc
dressed to be of the full d
bark and axe-kert. Ifthti
bark is loose, it must be st
ry. The delivery may be m
line, between Harper's F
the points between which
stated. There are In ever
board measure ot 45x8, and
ling, 1056 cross- ties dressed
dressed to 3 inches liIick.
ceived for a less quantity
bet. than will la
The ., i. i. r the c a d
easy r.i. o .'- I.," must
andi smooltdly east-the con
terns. The screw-bolts a
!..-.h iron and made with exa
S 'i., and size. The washer
with the .. r ;.-i:. cut .
passage i i r-in I i e.-z
The hook-headen .'i..-.
.,., ias that ot
I ;i. i.. u. r irst
at t' 'ii. ;., t i.., F e
point of the line of the r
places-and the places andt
stated in the proposals.
tr.'ck 7656 lbs. ol . ...;b ,a
- 591 lIbs. of'iromin .,;-i ,-a
2217 Ibs. of spikes. No pro
than will supply 10 m
Monthly estimates will b
each kimd of materials so del
value at the1 contract price
ving to the Company tfe opt
ilts hin lBaltimore City 6 pe
stock5 rders oa the Compa
ing thile option ot paying font
manner, when the deliver
contracted hor shall have
the co
I' the materials contract
are not furnished at the t
miay dissolve Ihe contract a
on any which may have bea
o estimates or payments s
tf materials dehivireil be
commrincing the delivery o
payments shall be made at
IBaltimnir, Cumbeiland,o, o
option of t e contractor, a
hbe mnade in Baltimore. Th
which the materials shall bs
parts of the line will be spec
contracts, and particulars w
to the undersigned. It w
one hatl of the w'iole qua
delivered as early as pos
1st of D)ecember next. A
.i, t ,,' .,.,.1 t .. i
in.,. l' "'.,ye '". iih h .cr
The proposals will be dire
scriber, either at Baltimore
burgth-and will hie receive
proximo. By order ol the
BENJ.f. H. L
Eing. Loc. i,.
B lto.. Feb. 10, !,841.
New York Jouintiatl o Co
quirer, Americain Rail it
until l5atll March;Il Plhilde
ette, Strstinel, I.. ... .'.
Ilariisbairgh K. ..
publican; Latine I \ .".
(un[berl tlnd C;i I. . .
ToichLieliht ain.l If- I i
cheter Viruginiuian; Ctariest
pers F U i, .i','iin;ai
m inm -t, ,.,,.. i.. 11 m1
i I.h. l .' olten- !or allth
eis, and charge th! Co
41 BAL .T7iGtMOtiE IR
DAVISON'S MUCH
PRAC'V1CA 1V


MSa ,UL
'to ise acquisition ot bi
PENMA
r'-ITE I. 1 evidence ii) su
A i', ,. ,I success in .
ed. The MUSCULAR ,I 11.-I
e't scrutiny both in thueo
case has it proveit other
Maryland Institute of Teac
under t ,in ,i.,.,I i.i
proved .i ii i ..... in i. r
in an editorial says "the
in havor stidl ..t...s, .. o
ed public." i ", al.
"hite Guide commends itse
Ilhe most ordinary capacity
convinced oh its vast pra
the editor of the Pilot and
plan ai"great improvement.
Clipper joio in commend
schools have 'irlitpie, thie
time to time !us [ nr.'.ri .in.
have been presented to Itie
going, who can rem
N. B. Rooms open day an
at all hours of the day-L
Rooms 41 Ballimore st


.hh

/;- :-"' ;*-.'.






jm *> .,. .ITAb'ai'- -'


C, l- tn'j, liti~i' t r isI
Dresdenmm and Leipsic,of ex
not surpassed by any. A
correct copy of the cele
grand Piano, of superior to
a lot of fine Guitars, all
terms. Purchasers arep -e
examine them at ht
ua 19 _J._._MILER
GERMAN
'gB THE Subscribe
ed by late arrivaay
Y.,roijo keep on hfntsep
G. n si m a, s Pur, i tn t
lo 1 none imiportra
which li cy offer ibr sale n
de I11in them t
SOMPITHING NEW F
TtTHE SUBSCRIBE
en'.erT'sOF. received b
Yde Lion fuoii Paris, a very d
Sy l some asso rit
.tsr, tentkeeviz.



s & A ne
Rose end Satinwood Gu
finest Ini'ystruments which
scribers
Accordeond with 26 keys,
fect tone ad sino o sa
The subscriber luas likely
Everhard Iroun Bremien,M
Piano Fortaes, 6 and C oct
Rosencrantz, Dresten. The
very est Instrumenuts fr i
|Instrudents will be sold es
pleasing terms.
no o 10 rtsBln

PIANO FOR
GRATEFUL to
adtseenpblcgee Dresy dn. Th
erbetnsrnets f~rr~ou,,abclaot no


lbs. i n e r mt.sra. o i
.. . e t3h a t t h a-
IPIAAO NOSHA
and VIOLINS; to purchase
second hand Pianos; andtt t
made, or makes to order P' -..n
stools and ii music stands P
proved patterns. lie wair d
work, uland hig chargers i
He ispermitled to refer toM
Petri & ,
Orders ', ,l NI. .- eived
I ii,..:. , ir i in-l nt st,
( ,I A. I. .
no, 21 ---eor3al*
.__ --2t ^

10.0(10
I Alk 0 A-h STOCKT ON'SPB1
ARV R NPREA UM P
mu mf.iimi- an assortmentoh
P's. PI t- and Molars.St
by all the respectable dent
be suipasseil, they are pre
ral appearance and stand
those of any other manufac
and Retail by
No. 170 Balt
Refer to Dr. Harris, )' ,
Dr. Laroque, my,, ms
Dr. E. Noyes
ja 12


a


gis
I'T IS ALSO CHEA;'T-F
AS CHEAP AS THE BA
)DON; and Travellers have
their B
This is also much the
cheapest route, arnd the
interior of Virginia, No
at Pf t-er 7 .hu ", -V..;'..
. \ 1 i i ,I-e.h.. i" I
', i I. hi it city. ,
t. I. F is i n,,i Road i.L
-i. i , i i. I , & c
This is the ONLY DA
andt Pet
f- -hP,,.:. &,astonfRail Roa
1t ri".., and.I h. I ts,' Is
'- r s-s-.. i ... .
apply at the office oi ST
Adjoining the Philadelphia
ue 12 dtf
T'O THE
IT 1,,t be obvious toev
I, ,'. Office,whtn cond
ples, and reiilate,l upo
course, is of great convenitie
zens of a populous and trI
subscriber being aware -i
knowledge that a degree oil
tromi the manner in which
have been heretofore condu
ken great pains o contdutict
a maunu r as to deserve p
Cs,', ',,i ,i r,,,
w r..1 '.. ,phbic). 1-I.m i -' .
I'L.. 1i % ," 1 ;. e! pi at ibs ffcefo.
vans, or lielp i1 i. eti '
vaneo, 50 ceWns s ecti, fior
to the recoids-, piop'riy ke
which Ihiy itdl tihe r- -. 5
ofthe servants or ii i i
them answerth e hnsers te desjred
returned. Yearly subscri
ea
Persona at a instancee wisi t
thle above' capacities, or w'
supplied hy ., by
ONE )I
Houses, Farm-, Vacant Lo
kinds ol. Propel ty, bought
coming
lMoney loaned on Mortga
JTi5-'.-reirl
'. e, ; uavsres, liar Room, an
ness Estabtrishmenttds, Pi
For Ren't at all times, ai
Houses, Stiorfs. Farms,
I nsolvent Papiers prepared
correctly
N. B. All lIetters addressed t
thankfully received and I
ii. 'l.t.
General Intel'i',,rce
fe 3 Corner IV .11.,i
' IME, LIME, LIME.-A
of Lime is established
ders will be filled from
Spring, York Road Kilns
au 20 CSP HENRY


jELWV OPI''('nI IU:IJ
$O ;l .- Ih P l'.,[,-,.,
commenced i..'li' ,111 O
Baltimore a slI Wk,..l,tiF,
Oppositi
PaIsrirt.,%'m in the abov
of -i-, t .,it, n. ie- andt
at 7, stand proceed to Fre
and Ohio R;il Road, and
tional Road, in splendid T
in as short a time
For seats and further in
only office for the above
opposite the Rail Road De
Don't forget it is ti.. l-
FICE. ia 19 d:.,n 1. .
t 0 F i1T I it t i It
oftJOHIN ). \1 I it i mI.
benefit of the Insolvent L
sent their claims daily
EARNEST, Juor. Esq. aud
Estates, or to the under
the fifth day of April next
ol assets.
fe 1 law2mn S
A MERICAN OIL; or Medici
- This Oil is obtained pure as
tural I.1zw in the stale o
remarkable, it can only be
the Moon It has heen us
bar of yearsas an elticient a
matisin, Sprai,' s, pain it
Shortness ot Breath, Cramp
Scalds, Old Sores, Wounds,
Liver Complaint, Corns, So
ness, Piles, and var
The f ii.. i,,.: are among
Sen by ii..:- t,,, hav
Boston, Janua
* This is to certify that
flicted wilh a Rheumatic c
Sboltles of lihe American II
health and- .,. r.ii. I
I ., .. .
'This is t., cPii i% 11I.. i
Oil. I had i,.r. r tll...e. l
year, and I only used hala
was cured. It has been a ye
1 have not lelt itsince; I
sore lips, burns, scalds,
I am pleased with sh
I H1M \' A
s Cambrid
rhis may certify that I
Oil. I am subject to be affli
been relieved on applyin
nights: I have used it tor
blains and Scalds, and can
medicine I ever used
Arrangements have been
Sfor a regular supply of t
therefore each bottle wilt h
I of the agent. G.
Bait. & High s
Price 2 anlad 50 s,


FOR It REDERI
ts' -',s. .. -'
;^)_ __.- 1.
O- l t.1%lass i. i, '.i'.t i
f i; usc*/-'.-^'y -
uer regular trips to I k .'t. ,s
andings on the is I- r~'hi
street wihiarf on i, l'!.
27th ofF"-bruary, a 5 o'clo
is usual through
PASSAGE TO Il(l, MAti is i
t --tembatRAPA
II I I N NOCK, CaptairIN.
si. uwill resu bar
srI m trips
n.,: i. .S1. .
Ft lihs,,iai' ,o' -c.r.
Tiie Rappahancnock will b
hay the a2Sli of Februar
burg on Mondtay the 1st of
sons ou thie Eastern Shore
Washtington on the 4tlh of
Rail Road and Steamboatlit
tuesday tile 2d arrive in 1t
Fare hfiomr o'I.,... ,,t ,,5
e 2
[ il: '(Pit j
Via lhe C 'hesapeake Bayan
Rail
-.?- =,
'_a
r~

W I LL irom W wednesday,
ary, until further notice
Spear's what, Baltimo
NESDAY and FRIDAY, at
is somn as thie Ea
Passengers lotar C(hareio
Portsmouth, oin the Rail Ro
tance by daylight, and wi'
oulis piort lo the despartu
toti, and wii certainly ar
as by any other, route and
-ott ho'mrs in advance. Wt
route
p t.w.-ers' foor Richmon
.. .'T I *, Boals, awlu ar ve
tinatio n the .. .,i i. .- da
without loss ot rest-withut
wittiout the -i t
No Ireigh' '. i 1 1 recei
ture between I anu
JNO. U. MOALE,
ft. 92 dttlI 1thP i
i It);; t iiTi. t, ittL
ROCK
T'h~e superior taba
.- '-" CHESA
i -- ". ll itt I"
Richard Kenney; 'i-,"'.
I. .,i i ", .- 1.ight
Mr|,I'Ni,, i 41h ol Ma
continue to run every
thereafter throughout th
is in first rate order, andt
will be given
All baggage at their
S. Mi.SHOEMA
fI 22 ('t15thilM
FilmS i l.7.a Lu~t 1i', ~
"ENT "wvill'-.r
'[UESDAY, t3t
t< ;'3 ;" 'l ** V" ^-'. ; u
;*fi-iB,^S .'KA-r.-T U
4840, at6 A. I1. on that
ever; ... .,.; TuesdS
land u'e.. ,tiii n tllie c
and other places on the Pa
turn from thence on the T
Benedict at 6 A. M., and s
goingand
Passage i. t .... ir tl
S and fare to or from F
Freight, as hemetofortb
feb 22 Fr Sa & Mo
FOR ALEXANDiRIA
GEORGE
The steomb
F5A C t 6 pii i
^'-,-Avo cargo i-o li-i Dis-
*.,, .pw_'ia- ip n- ,-,
'," .1il,,"WAI, the
1, asd lea av 3 o'clock
on the afternoon of
he22 0d5t Ct qwi wN I
F... I t i:jLI'>lt
Iii1, K i..t- %
4! tti-' ; ,',J "< .-^ .
HA H N ,Cpti ar
bank, will
/" ,'^ regular rout re
-, ir, 5 .... .., 1 1 a. I
II Im'\\" ,'.Im 1.1.
at 5 o'clock.
FOR PONiGOTIlAGC
EAFSTKBMN SIORE
'Thue steamnoot ZP
I' kHA NNOC
-',,iba ik, ,
h, rseguttlar rou
i.I .. i" ... Sight s
.1 i s, ', ,' ,. N EXT, t
Je 20t
1,V Ii I I .i
BETWEEN IL.VRBE D
POSIT AND
.. .mui' s',
'i 5'" '
",;i- ". ,..; "" .",;'?
i'' oii thie abtove rouute.
t ,Y MO RNVINGt
This boat is w5li t adp!et
ing busine'., having ian eti
lpowr, with a cppusrr bi
itre s, aind ofeit rs l i perst
Canal hlios towedl how.
Baltuniore a sale and expii
Boat will cuontinuelmto make
to the above places -i.. ..
ry attention will be g. .. i ,,
between ihet seven
OAM'L. M. SHOEM
felt9 Nr.
vV _c_ Ii. -,.
GREA i' t -I "1 '.: ,
MAILI LANE, DAILYTO
"..; *" ..I...T'r LINELN
l i': IS THE "


rTRAVELI.EtSO FO
informined that by taki
fur -'-, in,,. n..., at 4, P.
ington. Frtl-rpcr''l-l'ir',W, Ril
don, and '.l 'i .1 '..,..
reaching C'ltrlestoi thuh s
liAi. lIst,, I' ,,,.i o
of ,,i. .,. I ir, -the C
bound by the Post-Mlaste
looming quic
Leave I's., s. '
reach I..i.,.,-,. r, P P .
Leave Ballimnor
reach Washington 6 P. M
Leave Watitlin
react Is' .h ,.,' I Isi,. 1
Leave '.-. ....-
reach !, ..,.... I .'
Leave Richnlo
re-urih Petersburg, 7 P. M
Leave Ppet|inl'-
reach 5' ., ,-i I A. M
Leave Weliot,
reach Wiluiington I P. M.
Leave Wihming
reach Charleston next da
680 M iles.i
As this Line carries t
cannot bt,-' :* 'r|'.t I anr
ROAD I N ,,, ,1 *,ill be
ITraveller, unless in some extra
is sure of a connection thr
dent that Fogs, Rough \Ne
ten occa-sion dalay tn t i.
of which is by the Bay,-,'I
ejected to Sea-Sickress, a
risk, Irom boats beimg urge
to compete wits the
.O()UT
The above Line will he
CERTAIN and EXPEDITI
tractive-as it passes mm ..
ment and in sight 's M...,
and throutl, F,..i. ,; ' .,.
burg, tile ..,,-.r r ,t 1,i i- .


RAIL
ANNAI'OLIS ANI.
RO


fS 'ls s~. ,A i.i. .. I", .. ....1
,--i >-ii iir ,.:h ,Irl p e
sident and ihlii,.,
%it F. i ,. j i the 26thi
; .' a train of w \ a
-N ,, '. ..: .I Annapolis a
-jil n.- 1-d ,, i -nd a hingt
to connect wil i the trai
for Baltimore a
The returning train wil
pot at thejunction oft the t
the arrivlt at that place of
timore f.-.r Wa-.q'
A t 3 I.'c ,. I i .-1,- i
pot at Aninapolis and reach
in time to connect with th
tilrore and VWa~hington, a
immediately after exchai
tra
The Company's Locomotive
and exp,'-ip-ied Engineer
and %A. it ,iir Every poss
to the comfort of passenger
be taken by the Comwpanty
poitation and del,
The rates for t,.,p.i..,it..
foll
For the whole distance
I.\la .l' iBI li..li
For i: ,ti,' i, ie:' ,o
Annapolis and Washingt
For any shorter distance at
ter cents
Tickets may be obtained at
more and Ohio Bail Road
Washington, which will enai
free of all other charge th
polis. And in like manner
pany. in Annapolis, travel
which will enable them t
charge to Baltimore or % -o
SOM ERVILLE 1 Nl
de 28 2n
L; L .l-L [?l.- 1,\: AIL d A1
11 -I I -, Ith.. L .. .. .

r'Bli.^ lt i h),. ii |....
0. to YORK and WRIG
L I' t H \,--slartingtroin
oft N 'r. Saratoga stre
FROM YOtRK TO) WBI
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clock, P
lumbia for York at 15 o'
Baltimore at 3
By vi I i,.',.,. i. a con
Cars, ,,- ,I, I, at, IBoa
phila, Lancaster, Harrisbu
with Boats t
Goods intended for transit
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, o
A. M. and 4 P. M. A ticket
-N .,i ,\, to whom, and
is fl.,- articles, and i
mustalsobeser.l Ii r,
.-Ilt is also T. ,. 11
ry instance itwill be expect
and charges will be piomptly
Goods, and that no rav, back
images, ifnot claimed with
livery of
S .-e.:.i| .r...a.,e I e f r
ot ri i.-. ', York aud
freight is pr
_ja 5 -D. -C.

I~tll{.' 2 l -" ,
j t- 4P M It) ( (1,1

F THil, PP.. tr Tra
Ohio, and \ .%.' Ii,
IST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
S do do
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferr
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's-Mi
ido
Frederick,
do
llarper's Ferry,
"WASHIINGTO
FROM BA
H.
For Washington, a
t do "
FOR BAL
H.
From Wawhington, at
do
11 (10 40 .M
Passengers by the !,..,ii
can connect with 'h- i.
Hlouse--andI those destin
the trainm roin Harper's F
the Relay House in ample
evening train ter Wamhi-
ja 5 B.' l
1 iT ri :N; 1. r1:Nl.
PHILADELPI-HIA, WIL
Mi(OE RA
V," it iI N t he
*i i {' r' 1 l* ?' ; "

U !A'TKS M st,, leave
inorniig al nine o'clock--
W....., r. W atd reach hl
co '., i : in tmunefor to t
Yo
The r-'I'`,--' o- he-etef
ny totr'... I I acot- o
ease and facility olf travel, se
will be c
.rt-Coiored Passengers mu
.I .1 befoe 8
*,*Pack,aes intenlted for
be lelt previous
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PIIIL..D. WIIAI.MIV, l
RAIL ROAD


Iy 1! ;.l.-.,\ L. s1a I
I It,;. I Ik I ,, ..,r ,.r | |'rT
DAILY, Sundays excepted,
Merchatndize and coining
Goods will also le receive
spective stations on the ro
accommodate
ft.It is also resplctll
transportation charges on a
paid promptly on deliver
ductinn lor damages will
within twenty-tour hours of
A. CRAWFOR
Philad. W. &B
Baltimore, Dec. 11 It)
'LtU ti L.mi LLt.'i .%t'ii
t. ( t It i



r E GOOD INTENT
leave Baltimore every
after the. art ivat of the P
Fc. 'st --ls. I. .ilt i
and i '*. ii. , 1.1 I
and '..', .. .. ,1 I ...,.
"|'1 ... .h .l'! |r. \b.
i'll.',I F\',I I.I.- lea
o'clock, for the above cities;
as the Good Intent Line.
The above Lines connect a
Ohio 1Lines of Stages .-alno, h
yiule, Cincisnati, l...s,.,]
lea
For Seats in Baltimore, a
sitioF ". .. ... ,.* N o. 1
site th.. lIt.t'....:.it-
HUTCH INSON
THOSE. SHR1VER
ALPHEUS BEALL,
WILLIAM H.
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