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American, and commercial daily advertiser
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American, and commercial daily advertiser (Baltimore, Md. : Daily)
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Commercial daily advertiser
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American & commercial daily advertiser
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Newspaper
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English
Publisher:
W. Pechin
Place of Publication:
Baltimore Md.
Creation Date:
January 29, 1841
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daily (except sunday)
daily
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Also issued on microfilm from University Microfilms.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Sept. 1802.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 108, no. 17890 (Dec. 31, 1853).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Contains several numbering irregularities.
General Note:
Publisher varies: Pechin & Frailey, <1804>; Dobbin, Murphy & Bose <Dec. 24, 1829-Apr. 6, 1841>
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Accompanied by occasional supplements.

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University of Florida
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American and daily advertiser
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A& Uo0MER1CVIAL DAILY ADVERTISE.


_OL. LXXX-II. BLTf4MO1E:::.|SdEif_ MtSl'J ffi 0, 1s41. .. J


rpUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MA RI5HY & BOSE,
NO. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE.
Daili paper, 8 dollars -Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance mast be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n ne city-all new advertisements appear in bothl
papers.
SAL 1I ERA'I U% .--25 casks. For sale by
S i. i q ilh N P. ADAMS, 7 Bowly's whf.
-000 L BS. HEAVY BikCO
2 94V SIDES,very I- -w I,..-- sales by
mb 9 R. HOWARD & CO., i'L r-.:,n I Ah_.
B Ft F ^ M - Ps N 1 , t 'I r j J t l l '. I i u ,
packed, for sale by WILSON & HERR,
mh 9 d3t Nos. 71 & 73 South street.
RUDU E CAMH UOR.--10 cases Crude CAM-
PHiOR. For sale by SAML. GETTING,
mh 9 8t P 55 Smith's uhaif.
C1LOV ERS i).-200 bushels tree Cloverseed,
justrec'd. ANDREW (.I.Li.i; t. L-'.
m h 9g1- ra.,I. 1-i st.
LOVIERSEiED o0 prime quality, tor"sale by
BUCK & HERR,
mh 9 No 8 Spear's wharf.
C LOVERSEEUD-Frime Pennia. Seed, ins'jre
and bfor sale by G: R. VICKERS & CO.
mh 9
O ''UN-5 bale. 'M..L.',- S il I i'li,.|i' I ...,i
ved. and for sale by
mhg9 CLARK & KELLOGG.
01' A NDPEA -TI ASHES AND SAL,
P ERATUS, Ist sort, for sale by
mh9 WM. A. MOALE,95 Bowly's wbf.
1j)ORK -90 bbls. Prime PORK
600 do. Mess do. For sale by
mh 9 JOHIN P. ADAMS, 7_Bowly'awhr.f,
E.1iA!-1ON-' I r' 1- 'J'l'i HI. 11i-1 i'lti'A
ST. THEATRE, for sale, apply at No. 95 Bow-
ly's wharf. rh1) 9 d1
U k, AR-150 fhds. new crop Orleans SUGAR,
tfor sale by D. STUART, Hillen street.
Smh2 P
llitA L 1-l1. 1 .I .1s. tierces and barrel, for
Sale by SUMNE h>I|)I N\-N'. &. tCO.
mh 9 No. ', r ,..l'- wharf.
2>hlt TI1RCES PRIME lIU1 <
SN. C. Trimmed SHAD--'or sale by
mnh 5 JUDAH & BLOCK.
B LOOM IRON-200 tons Bloom IRON, war-
ranted quality ; for sale by
J. M. SLAUGHTER,
mh 8 Bowly's wharf.
OL'I'ING CLOTHS-A lull supply ol thiis
article from the best antl most approved labile,
for sale by C. W. KAIUT'HAUS,
ja 28 9 Commerce st.
A NA l. I' ,. i i- i 1 u.-hr. r,. 1 I i
ca TIN, in store for sale by
BROWN& WILSON,
mh 9 No 52 S. Fredrick ft.
I N LIE t'ai( 1 ..- ..i.... i. e d
L >)I L., ii I h b,.'ui.l i l ,r ..i. i. ,, r. lor
sale by BROWN & WII.SON,
mhb 9 No. 52 S. Frederick st.
OBIIE COTTON .-51 )ales "1 bile Cotton,
just received per schr. Cil. Thomas Sheppai d.
For sale by HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
mh 9 d8t 4 Coimmerce st.
OLL BU'TTIi--1I bbls Western Roll BUT-
TER,. just received.
ANDREW GREGG & CO.
mh9 0Frankdin at.
IURKS ISLAND SALT- -100 sacks Turks
IIsland SALT, just rec'd and foIbr ale by
THOSE. It. MATTHIEWS,
mbh 9 11 Bowly's wharf.
1 4 [hl BUSHELS PRIME 1LOVERSEED
1J0ur0--Just received and lor sale by
HARVEY SHAW,
mh 9 35 West Pratt t.
2 Oh BUBhiiEWs TIMo~ialY ajeii.-
Prime quality just received.
ANDREW GREGG & CO.
mh 9 Fianklirn street.
ARPET1ING-A larae hasortment ot Ingrain
and Venilian .\ 1 Pi. I'N',',. I.,' -ale by
W\\M 1L. M.iE\\ E &(;O.
mh 3 dim 1 German st.
Ou CABIN CIGARS-A few Ilthousandi Log
L Cabin CIGARS, in store and for sale by
A. SEEMULLER,
tr h 5 I llii ..r- r 'r i. ii-.n" l..- f ".;- .i-
IN EN H A GS ,',tt. ..., Jn .lt,
L Bags, of strong material, for sale by
JNO. THEODORE KALL,
mh 5 2w 7 Commerce st,
10~o C V FEE ---- 11i.t-.ilT 111-1 ~ ii 11
and strong scented, lor sale by
BIRKCKHEAD & PEARCE,
mb 8 commerce e st.
S WEEV O11a-40 bi kets fresh Bordeaux UIL,
received and tor sale by
WM. CHESNUT,
mh 3 ?dI P No. 80 Pratt street.
AM-IitCAN 1--N'rST'- -.-; i:-..i-w .,rl
A dark styles, from the Franklin, Provideuce and
Peunepack Priant Works, lor sale by
GEORGE & YATES,
mn 3 d No. 12 German st.
I HIII L, M. NJ F.. 1. 111-rU - A -. l I ,. l l.. e
L1 of Lime is established at No. -- 0'..1t!, i-
ders will be filled trom the Glen Ellen and Cool
Spring, York Road Kilns, at The shortest notice.
an 20 CSP HENRY N. WILLIS. Agent.
OD AND HARE VISH-
22 drumns CODFIolt
20 do HAKE do. for sale by
J. W. OSBORN,
mh 9 P 82 Bowly's whf.
nl -U A S . -l Inl ~ ualr.iij Ih,, .' I: *|l -.i .ll 11,i, I>.-

sers, at a low puce hoin the wharf, for sale by
G. B. WILSON 6L CO. Chas st.
mh 9 d6t P opposite Rail Road Depot.

PI 180 whole calts plime New RICE
40lhalf do do do do. in store for
sale by BROWN & WILSON,
mh 9 No, 52 S. Frederick st.
_A T .- U I 'S--II.'I i- ,' ,., ., ,, ,7i .... ,
SCapt. Higgin', c.i. ii 1I !,-')00 bushels SALT,
just arrived from St. I t.. i.'. -.i. by
OELLRCtIS & LURMAN,
mhb 9 8t P 31 Soitlh CLI ol-sieet.
n ir l. '\ L..1 1 -S .,,, i.. -. , /- li.. | ir. ..
Approved brands, also 5o X, SDC, IX, Du.,
1XX, and 14X20 roofing TIN, in store lor sale by
BROtWN & WILSON,
mhb 9 No. 52 S, Freleiick st.
ItI ll-U tl^.LL l* .k ,:) I.t'~ i \ Ot l.'-'-..,.t
received a general assortment ot U 11URELLAS
& PARASOLS, suitable lor the country Itrade.
LEWIS M. Warner&!(.
mh 2 No. 185 Baltimoiesi. (up stairs,
C A LC11I1'A "r1 IN ET \XNl II.i\N'\ I;\r,
300 ouoidles Two Thread Caicutta Twine; en-
till'd to drawback
50 bales4 bushel bunny I''.L-, suited to cover
Rio Cotfee. lur sale by SAM1,. ET I'l NG,
rh 2 8! P 55 Smilh's shbif,
MOULD CANDLES AND Retk'INEiD
WHALE OIL-
175 boxes Mould CANDLES
25 bbls Winter Bleached Whale Oll,,for sale by
J. W. tSHlK~lN,
mh 9 P8 82 Rowiy'n wthf.
0 I4A+NCEIi Alb I) LiR llIsL'-
350 b.ixes Messina ORANGES
800i do Palermo 'to
600 do do LEMONS
250 do Messina do for sale by
mh 9 P J. CtPOSBY. Com.neoc,' t.
p ORTO RKC CO c FEtr A & I IGO -
97 bags of old bleached P. R. COFFEE, for
family use
15 seroons oif I" Caracas INDIGO, landing from
schr. Sophia. For sale by
mhr9 P F W. BRUNE & SuN
A .N T'IIIlA likl n 1.- i1"11 .,7,. I ... ...
three cargoes of superior red ash grale and tbun-
dry COAL.
Also, a lew tons Shomoken grate COAL. All at
reduced prices-For sale by
mh 2 THOS SYMINGTON.


AILl DUCK AN1) 4 l,-'.-Wilde anil inr.w
b SAIL DUCK, of different qualities-Light Ra
Tevans and Imitation Holland
50 pipes of the approved "Pine Apple" brand
HOLLAND GIN. Forsale by
mh 9 P F. W, BRUNE & SON.

NEW ORLEANS MOLASStLS.-
110 hhds. Superior new crop New Or
3 0 tie i c e . . . -lo"l l.
328 bbls ((..,.i \ .,,'
16 half bbls. )
Forsale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
mh 9 7 7Bowly's wha.irf.
SHITWT'EltOiMfES CARDS-A ire.-f sup-
ply0o Horse CARDS r, ceivel by late sni
vals from Boston. Also a few cases No. 6 Wooul atnd
No.8 Cotton CARDS for sale bv
C. H. CARROLL & TINGES,
N. W. corner ofBaitinoie and l(iberty sis.,
mh 9 P Up Stairs.
COFFEE, INDIGO, FUSTIC, &c.-
S550 bags new crop green Laguiavia COFFEE
50 seaoons Caracas F. INDIGO
100 tons Maracaybo FUsTIC
75 LIGNUMVIT'E
1500 pounds t3alarth 1OPAVIA, for
sale by HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
mh 9 (ist 4 Cinim,'-c' st
AISINS.-7000 boxes Bhlnch RAISINS,
S1000 boxes Bunch RAISINS,
700 it do. do. do.
1000 boxes Bloom do.
1200 do. Clusters do.
200 kegs Sun and Lexias,
200 trails low priced RAISINS.
For sale by J. CROSBY.
mh9 P Commerce st.

OOTTJN, IlkDES, DEIR SKINS, & c.-
130 hbals Texas COT ION
738 Texas HIDES
7 bundles DEER SKINS
2 OTTER do.
121 pigs LEAD
1500 Ibs. OLD) BRASS. Cargo of brig Pioneer;
landing and for sale by
HENRY IH. WI1 I 1. -;.
mh99 d8t 4 4 .... ., ,-ast.
"tADDiER-10 casks "Omibro" and "small Om-
M bro" MADDER landing from barque General
Harrison from Rotterdam, for sale by
# FRED. B. GRAF,
No. 38 South Gay street.
IN STORE-10 casks low priced MADDER
35 pipes high flavoured Holland Gin
"Grape" brand -
2 cases superior Holland Sail Duck
50 boxes (I gross'each) Harlem OIL
5 boxes assorted Dutch CORDIALS
of direct importation. ja 28


REGALIA SEtGAiS.
S10 t000 I REGALI. SEGARS-No-
1 ofthe b st brands; forsale by
A SEiNMULLER,
mh 5 Baltimornst. near Ihe B ldge.
(. (nsi-llT~irii~rS hmILhi'aI' -'n.r '. i-I
'.-s, suitable lor Farmners Blaclsmniths & man-
.f i-., warrantedd equal to aiy mamade in tie U.
P.1 I. h sale very low lfor cash, apply to
JOS K. STAPLETON,
mh 8 P No. 25 Balo. st. ne.ir Howardl slt.
BUTT"ER-& LARD-
200 kegs LARD, superior quality,
100t Western BUT I ER,
50 Glades io.
For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
imh 8 4t No. 282 Baitimore st.
C LOViRSEB ED-112 bu-hl'ls Ohio CL(OVER-
SEED, free of ripple, and all other objectior-tie
seed, raised from the first cutting of the Clover-
Just received and for sale by
JAMES WILSON,
mh 8 117 Howard s-rect.

I N W C i ' ni .l,- in ln I. \' ] I .* .. l' .r
article in prime order, received per barque Irad Fer-
ry, forsale low from Lhe wbart.
J. MAl. SLAUGHTER,
mh8 '33 Bowlv's wharf.
G LADES F'AMllVH BU''TEIK-25 keas No.
I, BUTTER,just received trom those Dairies in
Somerset County, Pa., which has given such gener.
al satisfaction to my customers for thr last 15 years.
Inspected this day and for sale by
JAMES WILSON,
mh 8 117 lHoWaid street
B i- Ti-L A., i"-si- i ''i---, I, I' I 'i 1..',
suitablee lor town or country titaile, ot superior
quAlity at reduced prices, wholesale andl retail.
Country merchants and others are invite I to call
andexamine the assortment at No. 258 Baltiimore st.,
near Howardst. JOS. K. STAPI.ETO)N,
tnh 8 P Manutectnrer.
RANDY, &c.
A r..,. i, pipes, half pipes and quarters
\i -.5,- I ..., t. 5th pi cot
Otard, i -i". Cro., vintage 1838, in tfr. pipes
Hlolhnlm. i.o, Strawbetry brand, in pipes
Champagne Wine, various brand;, lnr male by
J, Al. SLA UGHTElR,
bmh 8 Bo'ly's wtf.
1'SITIVI S LiING OG I'.
It R D. i.ECII] flaving ipurchlased the store
1 m1 "whci I now ( .ccupy in North Chanles street,
hor nisown use, I wiil positively sell oft'fat very low
prices Ior ca-h, till April nxl, and thle remainder will
be sol with the store fixtures at public auction, as I
have in contemplation to cliange my present business.
Ie 21 d P S. EYTINGE.
uMAN C I( M i 'i'-aN-suilable ior the constric-
I tin ol Water (Cistemns atnd Aqueducts; amnd is
advantageously used in the walas ot buildingsto pre-
vent damp penelraming. 'I his Cemente is now in gen-
n-ral rue in file erdcion of the public lhBuildings at
Washing'(... Si i, been tested aud proved to be oh
superior q 'i, j l any other.
A lurl.lr suml ly is received anl for sale by
mh b NVWl.Il.BEIATlY & 'CO.
o 1 -4-' .l- I t S UIN.- t I-sub-criber, -lul a-
I .. ,' .i. ciy for lIe saln ol this popular and
ex. 1-,.' l .'.-..' GIN, has lately received pet dimler-
ent arrivals I'im Ro1tteldam, a pride lot ofi',i, 'ipes,
which is oftiered to the trade as a superior 1. .
C.W. K ,hlIH \ It,
ja 9 N o. i ........... .
L~ 41T10Ii i M i11 k COLLARS- I Iavejuast
received a large and handsome supply of French
Work COLLARS. Also,
Wire ground and Brussels NETT
Imitation Vaternciens LACE anid EDGINGS. For
sale at reduced pi ices. JOHI N A. ROCI1F,
fe 27 52 Hanover street.


Ps tIARtiA Mi"U BUGUN Dk,
JUST RECEIVEID) 26 CASIS SPARiK-
LING BU Rt(,UNI)V,wa ranteld of 'superior qial-
ity, imported direct tiom Havre, per packet Duclh-
rsse d'Orleans via New Yoik, fur sale low by
I)l. MclLVAIN,
fe 24 No. 28 South Chiales sicet..
1 ACON, LARI), &c -
3. 30,000 Pounds prime Western BACON, assorted
20,000 pounds i0. Middlings & Shoulders
1,0t.0 HAAMS, h ndsom,,ly cut and well cuied
300 kegs No. I LARD
175 do Western BUTTER
50 dto Glades ulo
20 barrels Ire, h Roll do
Mess and Prime [POtK-In stoic and for sale
by ROBERT GARRI'TT & SONS,
inh i 6 P 32 N. l Howard st.
.. DRUGS. .. .
fk, Ah LBS. J BLUE VITRIOL
U Q 200 Ibs. Powd. MlANGANESE
1300o Eng. Refined BORAX
400 CrudeI do
530 IROSSE PINK
1000 Dry VERDI)IGRIS
8 cases GUM SHELLAC.
For sale byv R.J. BAKER,
N. E.corner of Howard and F.ayettests.
fe21 d8!2aw.lw
B" ~ ,.i "i/l *l tlS -':, ... ; ^ *.... *~ ,. ,
sale-
2001) bags Gov'l. Java COFFEE
175 bags Otld While COFFEE
20 boxes Havana White tSUGARS
i7 sacks Guayaquil CtOCOA
40 bils New Orrean; MOLASSES
7 1h)fl. 5 bbls. Sugar louse MOI.ASSES
8 bol9 Nutmegs;25 bslket, ..i.',, Wine
6 senoons Caiacas IN DIGtO
50 hall kegs Malaga GRAmPES
Maldena and Sherry WINES, in bottles
Young Hysor. and Gunpowder TEAS, in
chests, hall chests and boxes-, &c &c.

Vi..%k. ilA 1 .A I 1 i l l't *.",U I t II t'H1.
AL'I'TER CRtOOK, JR. No. 1(C4 Baltimore
st. between South andl Calvirt sts. i-[. IslI
informs his fiends and the public thatlie .1.l i,.ri-
uies to manufacturme Venetian Bi'nds of a superior qua-
lity, and lhas now on band ain assortment made in the
best manner, which he iespeciiuly invites those in
want to call and examine for themselves bhlboie inr-
chasing. He will also make toorder Venetihin Blinds
of any colour or shade that may b' requIired.
WALTER CROtOK, Jr.
mh 2 eo8t No. 104 Baltnnore st.
BRIUSI &- IIELLO'Vt o "ACTOR,7
J K, S'TAPLETON & SON-A'o. 268
J0 B4LTIMORE STRIEET, (near Howard st)
Have in Store the following a ticles, which they ohier
very low for cash and onil the usual credit to lown or
C ,iit'sl hrch,-uts.
-- s... ,. : BRUSHIES,No 2,3,5 and 6,
C': ... IBROtOMS, 2 sizes (very superior,)
Mill Brooms and lD 'ting BRUSHE>, assorted sizes,
Scrubbing iBRUSHEfS, 6,7, 8, 10and h1 rows.
1. CLAM PIS, 0,7,8, I0 aarl 12 do.
Shoe Brutrei, common size, middle and cov'd. backs,
HIatters BRtUSH I:lS, assorted,
Tanners, Il I.,,- Paste and Scouring BRUSHES,
Weavers .'.,. Horse BRUSHES, all sorts,
White wash 4, 5, 6,8. 10 an d 12 khntis,
Painters Bushlies and Sash'i Tools, all snizes and quality
Clotih BRUSHES, plant and tanuy,all descriptions.
Head Tl'oth anil Nail IBUSHlES, asorrtd
-,- 1 1 t i S11t ES, ol evesy description,
I,. i ...-ii.' BELLOWS, all sizes, warrantled to the
puechaupr, and at reduced prices.
Braziet,'' mand .Icwelior HEI.JtWS. ja 29
PtIA'TT ST '. WIILESALE CLOTIlING
STO itiE.
Corner of Charlehs street, Baltimore.
r11E SUBSCRI IBER would respectfully invite
the attention or Couintly Merchants to lis new
anid elegant assortment of SPRING GOODS, princi-
pally adapted to the country trade. Part of fins stock
consists in superine Diess and FROCK ('COATS;
Prince Albert D)oeskin PAN'TAI.OONS; a larne va-
riety ot insP' .,\ '- "'.'-. and Summer CLO.)I'H-
ING(; ROUND i,. .1L I" PANTALOONS; Vests;
SiIRTS, &c., &c.
Ali those coming to tihe city who are in want ofssuch
goods would do well to call a-.d examine lor thetm-
selves.
An assortment of Cl.OTHS, specially adapted to
the city retail trade, which will be sold low lor cash.
The work is mrile up in the best andu most ldshiona-
ble manner, and l'r('- I..-: -x-i ,-i"icrr- in the business
lie hopes to mnerita (.I n. ...... .. i ': .- favors bestowed
on hin heietolor. WILLIA M ROGERS.
rn'l I I ,,,
SUNQUEliAIN'A FlRINCII BURR MILL
S TO N E MAN U F A CT'O R Y.
I'M IIE sutu s cuit c r .I r I,,i .rnuornces to the
S citizens of M .t r..:. \ nir'i, and all other
States generally, that lie is now prepared to Ilntish
every varrely of the .a.bove named aticle chlieper lhan
they cii be had at any othiier e-lablishlreiit in the
United Stales, andl that all vater transportiou will be
at his ri-k, ard all woi-k warranted amin sent to oridler
to any p.it of thie (Couintry, and terms o01 payInelt
iuade to suit uny puichaf-er that in y s.e proper to
lnvo r him ith tlIn-r n.iatr(nauge. And also 't lines-
tatlishment lie vmill l;ep uon hand a large supply ot
Anchor Branid BOLTING CLOTHS I)i a superior
quality, an improved- a tcle, .,uarr intied to be the per.-
ect squar ue.tsIed C tlh.a ni thliat hie will uliirn'sh the
article twnty tper c nt lest than they cru beI ad at
any establishment eilherin Balitni re or Ptlila;.elpi.da,
as ihe is corinectedt wilh arn Uil)orter, who imports di
rect hiom Hoiland, \lfich gives himn tins advantage
This article is warraried aso Ln tie 'c thc ighrt Lum
hers said proper litriciess, ancil equal to any Cloth now
in rlna.
The subscriber will be found at all times at lil
Mill Sione l ,aniiactory, in Hiarltbrd County Md.,7
miles above [uovre dei Giace oni the TidTe ator (Ca-
nal, where all oielts arIhies-ed to him. Rock lEun P
O Hartnrd Countily Md. will Le thimnlully received
and prompt'ly atteIindied to bv
Al.lXANNERE W. BARR.
REFEt.E it CES .
lsaac G. Revynolds, (Prictic.d Millwright) Por
Deposit, Md.
B. S. Woolv'rton, Danville, Pa. de 18
AMERICAN CEMENT.
|NOTICE-The subscribers i, i. ,',It inform
thie public thit they have succeeded in establish-
inga manutact, ry of thIe AMERICAN CEMENT,
at the corner o t'Goungh arid Wa-shington street, Feil's
Point, iBaltimore, mxnere they are prepared to fill or-
ders to any extent, on the shortest notice. which wi'vll
be accompanied within directions to guide the minechanic
and engineer in the successful .-'i. '-I. i otthe ar-
ticle. As to the utility of the A'I,, I.: .,. percent it
sutfices to say that it is impervious to water, and has
been used to advantage in tie construction of l.orcl,
\'l' i,,.-. Piers. Arches, Cisterns, Foundations of
no ',.. 0 secure dry cellirs in wet ground, and in
.11 ii..: .,.. ; where properly ..I. it has been t'und
to have answered the purpose. Thius from our
',n- '. :.* ..f ttre article', to those 'wvishring to use it we
Sill in ,1u nri it to answer any el the above pnrproses,
or no charge, if applied .n. -n:i ; in ..nr directions.
h. ( I I.lI.',
jy 24 ly J*OHN McMANUS.
WAVR1"RL i' ;-"i _
PARKER'S CHEAP ilInn,.,, .\.-. :1, 52,53,54
IUS HING & BROTHER are now really
to furnish complete sets of the above novels, at
the lowprice of 25 cts. per vol. without plates;31i cts.
per vol., with plates. The best and cheapest edition
now published. No. 206 Baltimore st.
fe 26 eost opposite Hanover st.


'T'HOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BAt.AI IMOiESTI'RKET,
Haveiust received per Powhattan, from Liverpool,
ill P!ACKAGES tIARDWARE-comi-
& sittingg in part of HOPES, Trace CII A INS,
I'ostei's & Elwxil's SPADES, Griffin's & Walidron's
SUYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
wilm han extensive assortment ot Shelfl Goods, which
they offer lor sale on their usual accommodating terms
le 5. d
WATC'I'I KS ANDJ EVEWLRY.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
& A. CAM PBEnLL, No. 155 Baltinoresl,
k nbeiwrenu Charles and Light sis. IminpoilTershave
on hand un ,extensitve assortment ofFine WATCH-
IES. & JEWELRY of thre mo-t FASHIONABLE
STYLE,which tog-ther with every description of ar-
licle in their line toney offer for sale at reduced prices.
WATCHES sold by them are WARRANTED to
kIep V nud tlirn mh 3 dSt
*0 0 h p i BARREL At" 0TIERCE
HOOP POLES,9-10. Hickory,
2000 Hogshead do (to do
A lot o t L.ocust POS IS, with various other de-
scripticonis of Timber, suitable for ship building.
ALSO.-
200 SASHES, suitable lor a Hot house, which
will be sold a bargain. Apply to
SAML. M. SHOEMAKER,
mh 6 rd4t No. 3 Light st. wharf.
DV E WOtDS,
_0bou BARRELS CHIP'D& GROUND
Li .OGWOOD
3ii0 barrels do do FUSTIC
100 Ground CAMWOOD
t100 NICARAGUA
80 SAUNI)ERS
76 HA;HE
110 LIMIA WVOOD
For sale hy R.J. BAKER,
N. E. corner of Howard and Fiyette sts.
fe 24 r!6 i 2w8ws
,i.TLi, I.m1tlt . 1, i tI. A'.'1) i'A NCk 4OA F
IIANUFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Holliday and North.
j RANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
hand and for srale-
DIP'I) CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in Ib& Ib lumps
i. r',: .n- .I Retailing SOAP, also,
i i n i 'I's, of every description.
or I I mdlf
oc 11 d_____tf________
AMERICAN iPLAVINGCAIRDS
J ST RECEIVED 5 cases of 'Thos. Crehore,
L. J.Cohen, and Robert Sauzai d's playing Cards,
viz:
EAGLES,
AIMERI.Y ANDREWS,
HARRY VIII,
DECATURS. &
HIGHILANDERS. For sale hy
JOSEPH BURY,
mh 4 dim No. 164 Balto. st.
ld tk ,t ,u .,stoniei Cordnial, enpeiror to aiy
"A V 11ff,,,J,,.,,. ,,j
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Keormel
5 do Wi.ie Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
s)irtmeuit of Liquors arid Groceries for sale by
AMANDI ,I1 h1 1,' 1.
no 21 __ ,.r. st.
N CEV 'iSTY'LE SPRING Go'-Ir--I. -t re-
i . ...I, superior assorted c I i.d, 1. AM -
1 ., 1''-, up erio'r plain and figured MOUSELINE
l)E LAINE; superior English ant IAmerican Chintz
PRINTS; plain and hemstitched Linen Canmuric
tlDKFS; :.-.ii. i-..'. superior twilled Silk Pocket
Hdikts; 39 .n, ... .. ir, Black ltelian CRAVATS; hea-
vy planid rich colored Gambroons; striped and figured
?ILAKSand SATINS; faicy colored CLOl'lHS and
CASiI MIERE. wittir a general assortment of'Sta-
ule andmi Fancy Goods sailed to the season.
BEALE H. RICHARDSON,
165 Baltimore street,
fe24 ]m 3 doors below Charles st.
.-- lI M li T l"' i" 'I :.. 't factory prices
,;L i-:.-, Ii .f .L -u IGiT'&-,MUDGE,
PAPEI I)EALERS, No 2 Souh Chailei s t.,
A .ents lort thein' -ii -., .'.- manutinacureis.
UDSO'N & CO. D. & J. Ames,
Butler, Fianklin Manuu'g. Co.
Stinies & Co. Souliworth (to
Hubbard, Kenrrall & Sons,
Abhbot & Ely, Platner, Smith & Co.
Dinkey & l ysle, Crehore & Co.
A supply of WRITING PAPERS in all their va-
rieties from the above manufacturers constantly on
hand--.hlso News ,nd Job Printing PAPERS ol any
size or i.- iina1 - L.-'oured Papers, Blamk Cards, Quills,
Binders, t. -i -, iTrunk and Bonnet Boards, Print-
inr and Wsitirgi Itk. lnde ibue Ink, Hainging, Music
and Plate Paper, Hardware and Envelope ito
mh 3 (_1
l'1.t '1 I'm. 0;- i i i ,-ION BUSINESS
rI1'.l: -liBSCRI tII has opened a Store at
-1 .....- & Hays' Old Stand, in North Howard
4 ,.-1 -I,, where he intends keeping on hand a
large aissortrmwnt ohf GOC'ERI ES, FLOUR, FEED,
BACON, LARD, FAMILY HIAMS, DRIEDBEEF
and TONGUES, FIRKIN BUTTER, &c. which
hlt will sell in lots to suit purchasers on the most mod-
erate terms- lie is also prepared to smoke Mleat for
families, or in large lots, and to receive goods on Sto-
rage, and sell on Commission.
he 23 id? PETER ZELL.
A EW ,, JAI.%U G 0 0iu.-
1 11OMAS CA M PER, No. 135z Baltimare SI.,
U-lsjuat)r- ce ved and ima now openimn a crimiplete
a-sortment of SPRING GOODS, selected in ihe N.
Vorlk and Baltimrore markets hrnm the most recent im-
I.'-i r..'I .. consli ]na in part if-
,h '-ilk, iCashmere, Tlibet and other now style
SHAWLS
Faoncy II tDK FS. and SCA RFS
Worked CAPES and ('COLIA RS
New s'yle printed MOUSELINE DE LINES
Plain anrid Embroidered do Co
Black and Blue Black do do
5-4 Blue Black and Colored SILKS
Matteonri LUSFTRINGS and LIJU I'RINGS
BWack and Blue black GiO DE SWISS
F. ... I ..d Plain SERGES
I. ..... I,1, VELVETS
Bes' quality SEWINGS and TWIST
Plin a. I l'i.'.i- I 'PO)ULT DE SOIlE
Pink, bl.., .' I A- ..i G-RO DE N A PS
SATINS, MOtDES and FLORENCES
Pink,lilii' and 'While CRAPES &Ctape LESSE
Blick and Iln B acrk do
Frenchu CHINTZES and CALI.COES
P:aim Black and Colored GINGHAM
Pape., CA MNI ltICS, a!l lconuis
Comlrue, Jaconet, Mull, Swiss and Book MUS-
I.1NS
New- s'yle Stfrip'd and Plaid MUSI.INS
Carntihrc and Funilture Dl)l.\ IIIY
Plromnd ilaud BO)BIIIN .I''TS
Irish .LINE ES, o superior t leach and fabric
5-4, 6-4 anl 12-I- Bamnrley and irish StIEE1 ]ING
Bird Eye, Iluckaback and Ru-sia trIAP'ERS
Tablh' tlapersanl Damsk CLOIHS
Dama-k Table N XPKINS
Linen C \XMtiIRI'CS acrd HH 1KFS
H. in'd, Emb'd. and colored Bardered IIl)KFS.
Rivea aiid Lace do do
B] mndinna and Flag do
Spittlefield and Ponigee do
Superior Mersemlles QUIILTS
Blue, Black, Invisibhl G een and oeler CLOTHS
'lOrbtI CtI.l'HS and Drapd'ETE
Fancy CASSI1MERES aund TWEEDS
Plaiu ancu Fancy 1):1.II,11NG-i
Silk ancd Maraseilles VESTINGS
GIO)VES ot all do-criptions
HOSIERY, ..-. .1 assontrent
Black Lace V II !-., EDGINGS, Laces, Thules,
&c.S sis and Cambric EDGINGS aid IN-
SERI INGS.
With a '-'-. I ,:srrtmentofSHIRTINGS,SHEE-
TINGSI I \\\I,. CHECKS, TICKING, OSNA-
BUIGS' li I.I \PS,&c.&c. All ot which will be
sold om pleasing temms lor cdiolI, or to punctual deal-
er-, mh 8 etlf
--. a'iit6 R- D l- i- l{ri SYRUP AND
PEPPER SAUCE.
r'7 I: SUBtI('RIBERS :.,i,. fl f-n t:.r I.'ft f.i,-in
1,111 m*l In> lr,, I, i ",, i, n11..- .i dl r [in 11".2 ,-' ",.in iii C.-uir
I l l \l 'N r "i,-' rMiL mii 1 h:\ L' th]..> I, .- ini.- l a
1ili l.,i|] ,l Ns A. i. i~ l min 1s.1. nI p i infl ( 1) ** innf 5
n'...i, uT ,, r, I . I I" '5 ,, .il ri' rIunl '' i II .]) -,i '
plaints and Dysentery, tt is salutary in its ul--Im. iliji',
either for adults or children. Alsosuperiom I' PPEli
SAUCE for family use-and an excellent preventive


for diseases, and oftenfound acute for many complaints
arisingfromcold; such as Indigestion, Ague and Fevei;
Cholera, and Dyspeptic Affections. It is also good to
regulating the tone of the stomach and, to excite ap,
petite. GODFREY MEYER & CO.
General Agents for Dr. Samuel Thomson, near
Pratt street Bridge. Baltimore. eo? ie 31


i1 ITor 1.i" SAAL'IiAlOR1 ST'I'REET. Whole- I it'1O.PARTNEiS KlI P-BRUiSH.COMB ANDI


A v sale'and4 I i, -1 I i f,, u. -. ,,. a., ,rif .'.it
block ot FANI. \ ) NIl. f.\ 'Ll. Ih'' (.Gin'Ll? in
T1. r,. N o. 1571 2 1 ll nnI,|i ..i' l u. \1 1 1 I n, c I- I,-0 V
Il.'..l to whole ail,. 'on' t ait-l ,]' [i .-ir ol -Xrr. m-lv
low prices-embracini superior anid fashionableYARD
WIDE SILKS and % I'IN, of all the new styles;
MOUSLIN-D)E-LAINES of all kinds; printed
Fierch Muslins and Lawns; BOMBAZINES of
Lnpin's manufacture; Chintzes: French Capes and
Collars; Gloves; Hosiery; Plain, Hem'd. and Emb'd
Linen Cambric HdkfF; Gentlemen's Pocket Hdkfs.
Cravats and Neck Scarfs; Lace Veils ; English
Thread Laces; Edgings, &c.
And in addition, .p'el'l o''tfment ofrich new
style SHAWLS, i',. n c'hi,. ,i. ,.'-.,l-, figured
Brocade and Chen.r -iil, t. I'.lT. ]'r i'.-- ; ." to $35,
nr, inihi r,ic E,,'ri,w. .i N 14 IN CRAPE at $12
h,. -, I 1,, h C n' i i,:. i .ir d1, a .-! E inl .n i'.
I t.I.-I, MNI. i ,r,'.; ('th ll. I L am MI ..',hI ,,11- I l.. d r'- _il,,o s
at $3 to $28. M,.,-li',, r., |'-.,,m l '.,ioCi, ll k, a-l-
mere and Thibet at prices $2 to $18.
A -"-r..r I and extensive variety of the best fabrics
of I.Al'l.E DRY GOODS.
HAMILTON EASTER & CO.
mh 6 4t 1571 Baltimora st.


I


STRAW HONNERT 'WAIRCKCOOISS,
No. 185I Baltimore st., up stairs.
JUST REC IVEED a large and geinral assort-
inmernt o STRAW BONNETS, HATS, CAPS,
&c. suitable flor tie Country Tiade, among which
which may be founnd the following desirable kindis-
Siper Florence raid BONNETS
Fine dto do do
Medium amid Common (to
English (to
Devonr Braid do
Eleven do do
Seven do 'ro
Coloured Cypress do
Do Willow d,
Do Tissue do
Palm Lea l do
Palm Leaf HOODS
'lTisue do
Willow (to
Palm Leafand Leghorn HIATg, UMBRELLAS,
Parasols, RIBBONS, Artificial Fl., l IA.I. &c.
LEWIS AlM.W %I. ',t. & CO.
mh 2 It Wholesale Dealers.
ReROO 0AND WOODEN WARE 'STORE
AND FACTORY.-I have now on hand and
for sale-
300 doz. Painted BUCKETS
100 doz. Horse do
10,000 Corn BROOMS
3000 Whisk BRUSHES
600 nests Sugar BOXES
100 do FLOUR PAILS
150 do Iron Bound Cedar TUBS
60 bales Alicante Mats, Nos. 1,2 &3.
Together with many other articles kept in my line,
such as Butter Prints,Wooden Bowls, Ladles, Spoons,
Wash Boards, Srool Stands, Willow Ba-kets. Cra-
dies and Carriages, Cloth Purs, Rolling Pins, Spiggot,
&c &c. And constantly receiving fresh supplies from
different Factories at the East. Also r ,'-i iir', _.;
all kinds of Cedar Ware and Brooms. i l I.. l iti
1 will sell at Wholesale oni as reasonable terms as
they can be obtained in the Northern cities.
SPENCER ROWE. Jr.
mh 1 No. 70 Calvert st. 6 doors froro Pratt st.
LEItlO!lS.4 .0' DI-iA-LM LE 1' II-\T..
I 0h CASES superior Gentlemen's, Boys,
SYoulths and Infants Double and Single
rim LEGHORN HATS, comprising the completest
a-sortmuwrt ever offered in this market andI at extreme-
ly low prices.
100 cases PALM LEAF HATS, from common
',-'i n'\ to supeifine, inclusive ol every des-
Ir,. ., both white and colored, for elMen
and Boys,
50 cases I.adies and Misses FLORENCE Braid
BONNETS, o thie newest style, and shapes,
80 cases English and olher STRAW BON-
NETS,
100 cases PALM LEAF HOODS, for Ladies
and Misses,
10 cases STRAW CAPS, for Infants. The a-
bove Goods recently received, and for sale by
case or dozen, ch.ap at
CIHARLES JOHN HART'S,
Corner Biltimore and Charles streets.
mih 2 d P
GERMAN GOODS.
F WM.DAMMANN, No. I S. Charles street,
S (upstairs,) has received an, offers lor sale on
cheap terms tt.- I...l ..;, z SPRING GOODS-a full
a-sortment otr I1I 1'\ NHOSIERYV.viz-
Women's while, black and colored COTTlON HOSE
MAen's do do do do i do
Children's while arle coloured COTTON HOSE
CoT'TION I. I I ',, white, blabk and colored
Do 'I t"P.,
Bleachad German I.IN ENS
Silk and Iottorn SHAWLS
Sil kandi Silk and Cotton VESTINGS
Black Sik Mantua RhIBBONS, No. 12, 16 & 22
ladies CAPS. (untrimmnined) *
2 cases handsome patterns OIL CLOTH, &uc.
ALSiu-Geuiani TUMBLERS, white and green
and ground bottom, aund 25 banrels prime STAIRCH.
meh d2w
TO'FARMm'RIiS, GAmtLLmEkstt & ujliJtitar
LIM E-LIM E-LIM E.
IIAVE on hand and intend keeping a constant
supply nf first quality Allum nBottom and Oyster-
Shell LIME, lor Building and Agricultural purposes,.
equal at least to any ever offl'ered to tihe public, and
which will be sold at the lowest possible prices for
cash.
The Allumr Lime-stone is from the celebrated quary
of Thomas Coekey,Esq., andi ca be iiiunished in any
quantity andr the shortest notice fresh bnom Ite kiln.
Orders addressed 1to the subscriber at his dwelling
corner of'Gay and Front slreels, or at the Maryland
Coal Yard, South c r,:er ofl the Basin a I.,.':'l .. -
and at Itluti Dowling & Son's, Frantlin 1 i... .hli.,
cornerof NMadi-on street, Baltimor ', will be promptly
attended to.. THOS. WIIDEY,
oc 15 o0 Agent tor the Pitoprietors.
CANFIELD & BIsOTIIER,
Corner of 'I.,lttinoie and Charles shtreets.
N addition to their already large assoitmint, tire
daily receiving new supplies of Goods in their
Liue, such as-
Gold Lever WATCH ES, of"Tobias," "Johnson,"
"Harrison," and other makers-"Gold Anchor Le-
vers," "Gold Lepines." and Vertical Watches; Silver
Lever, Sti'ver Englil, and cornmmon Silver d aches;
Gold Guards and Fob CHAINS; Guard KEYS and
Seals; Gold Ear Rings; 'INS and t RINGSofevery
variety; Gold Pencil Cases; Ttll lI .-. Miniature
CASES, ana every variety of ILt l t '\ ; Silver and
Plated WARE ol all kinds: Lamps and Girondoles;
Gilt, Alabaster, and Ebony I L.'" is1 lusic BOXES
German Silver SPOONS a.i -i'lli'IJ' ALso-A-MI-
1 11'ARY GOODSI.such as-SWORDS, EPAULET
TES, PLUMES, SASHES, BUT'IT'ONS, and every
article in that line. '1:.-.:.'.-" line CUTLERY, to--
gether with ail kinds .-,II I-.. n .0d Materialslor watch
makers-with a great variety of FANCY GOODS,
suitable lor tire country trade. All of which will be
sold at reduced price and on pleasing terms at Whole-
sale or Retail. Country Merchiants are invited to call
oc 2 Pi
JOHN T. DURING
ETURNS his sincere thanks for past favours in
Ithe enreo,'ra,:,.peni of bhis business, and promises
in there fullt. .ill -.- ".. conduct it, as to deserve from
all a continuance of mi.. i, p ur.,-, ,.. Heconlinues to
manufacture inuhis .-,,i .'.i [i (t..-', improved FANS,
so much approved by all who have tried them ;
PLOUGHS of all kinds and patterns, ii.ii .,...-
ved by farmers; STRAW-CUTTERS; It \lm0ioI\
and CULTIVATORS; CORN SELLERS and Root
CUTTERS; Hillside PLOUGHS, &c. Also, CAST-
INGS for Plougths and other implements served to or-
der by wholesale or retail (ion or Ib.) A liberal dis-
count given to dealers who buy to sell again.
His Iriends can also be furnished at the same place
by Thos. Denney, Seedsman, with all kinds of Field
and Garden Seeds, such as he thinks can be relied on,
upon favorable terms. The public are invited to give
him a call. JOHN T. DURING,
se 24 eo Grant street, near Pratt.


lIHAKERS' I IBRBS.-The subscriber ha-
.- ,h-?, n appointed Agent, for this City, lor the sale
o; ,tl F.hi' HERBS, put up by the United So-
ciety at L.ebanon, New York, and has just received
a full supply. Orders for any quantity will be sup-
plied at the Society's prices.
P.S. CHAPPELL,
ja 18 Druggist No. 170 Baltimore street.
OCK. WIN1IS-
LL ]00 cases 1 doz each, Vin du Rhine, Niersteiner
100l do I doz. do Hochbeimer
100 do I doz. dto Mlarcobunner
100) do 1 doz. do Johannisberg
20 do I doz. do Du Chateau Jo-
hanrisburg--All ofmy own importation and part su-
peiior quality, fom sale by J. L. M. SMITH,
mh I P 21 SoIuth st.
T VANILLA HEMP, uARS, &c.
I0. 100 bales Manilla Hemp
300,<100 ft. Susquehanna Ash Oars
200 Coils FISHING ROPE, our own manu-
faclure and assorted sizes
' Chain Cables andt Anchors, assorted sizes-For sale
on accommodating term' by
JOHN HENDERSON &CO.
mh8 71 Pralt st.
.J#hai s t-IOX UTI N I P 'l':-
e., Y 2r0 bundles SH EE' IRON
100 pigs BLOCK TIN
300 do Missouri I.EAD
10 casks SHEET ZINC
500 bundles HOOP IRON, assorted, from
Sinch to 1 inch, for sale byLIVER
OLIVER PARKER,
mh 8-d8t corner of Calvert and Lombard sts;
d U It K( .i i& .t,'A I U NI-'i. i.,- ii.r ,. r i. .fer
ftr sale
I"toj PIECES Super & extra fine CIOTHS,
Comprising a general assortment of colors
ai d qualities.
50 PIECES CASSIMERES-Blue, blk;
A extra tine wool blfcl; single milled Doe-
slins, fancy c -I ..-.i. temillied wool tbl'k and rib-
bed; blue and I C.i, l,.j.i Diamond Cassimeres.
mh 3 dIont
BA0CiN.
'' 1A hL1S. MIDDLINGS, Freder-
S,"?- 20,00ri) Ibs. SHOULDERS Frederick County cured
1t0,ii00 Ibs. HAMS small size
2,00I JOLES. This Bacon is of superior quality,
and wasi put up expressly ftr it iuii use, in store, and
lorsale by WILLIAM ALLEN,
fi' 27 No. 123 N. -Howard stimet, inr 'Fraiwtiho.


BRUITI'SH RY GOODS.
T IIE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving the fol-
lowiug GOODS suitable for Spring, viz.
MAlousline de Laines of various styles
Do. DRESSES do
Do. Sc London and Mauchester new and rich style Ottoman
PRINTS
Black and White PRINTS
9-8 Oil colour Plate do
9 8 Prinlted LAWNS. Fancy and Black and While
London Printed Q.,ini.i-s and WELTINGS
Linen Drillings, i.,1 y :n., plain write
Rich Silk Printe i i \ V ''TS
GAMBROO)NS-plain and ribbed
Summer CLO FH-IS, Crape and plain
New style Git n... .. nd CHAM BRAYS
6.4 Cambric in i 1 ..r.,' MUSLINS
Imitation Russia SIHEETINGS-41 inches
Heavy Bromn SACKING, 26 inches, &c.
D. McILVAIN,
mrb 4 P SCharles street.
Il 1in1 1' s<.;|. A(I t ,S
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BONNETS,&c.
C II. CARROLL A TINGES, N. WV. cor-
eS ner of Baltimore and Liberty sts., Up Stairs-
offer for sale by the package tior dzen
500O cases BOOT' and SH-OES, comprising a full
.' .. 'm ..-. t f good in that line
230 do Fu-, di,,, I andml Palm iLef HATS
h,0 do Florence bd.. Straw & Tuscan Bonnets
50 di Palm Leal HOODS
10 dto Fur, Hair Ciolh and Sealette CAPS
40 do S.imi.,,,.u,,,. nCotton UMBIBRELLAS
250 do "'> li.1-i..,.'." Cotton, Wool & Horse
Canes; leghorns; Trunks; Shoe
Threat; Wrapping Paper, &c. &c.
The above are fre-h goouda, received direct from the
manulactuwers, and stl+cted tor the country trade.
mil 3 P
AaLINaCKICO'J)' &T UitilLAUB, no. 5,
S Hanover at. off r lor sale on the most favorable
terms,
A full assortment of Women's, Men's and Child's
Cotton HOSE
BURLAPS, Sailduck assorted qualities
IINEN lDRIi.1.1 ',
LINEN and (.II I"'. TAPES
-ALSO-
HARDWARE, consisting of Guns, Scissors and
Needles, assorted,aand Cutlery,and best Poland Starch
in hall btbl.. d6t mhn 3
( ,,i si l '. lL.-Jn"_ill 'a hI,' \ l' 'a. 'n-
U just received a choice assortment oGOODS,
suitable for men and boys' wear, such as Gainrthroons,
plain, ribbed and fig'd; Summer Cloths-all colours-
plain, t( ill'dl and crape laced, very fiue quality; Dril-
lings, of every description; some very handsome new
slt le single mili'd Cass:nees. 'The above goods have
been selected from Spring importation, and can be
confidently recommended 'or beauty and durability.
J. R. No. 57 Baltimore street,
mhl 6 one door torn 'tn inuolet'c alley.
^l \"I.G"- !,ilt,. & i ,, r, ~ jl.,i.-,r-,**i.d
S a supply ot Blue Bidack, assorted Drab, annu every
variety ol light Fancy, and assorted Cloth coloured
SEWING SILK ofa superior quality, and Blue Black
TWIST,
ALSO-Spool COTTON, and Titley, Tatham and
Walked's fine colored and Black TH' REA1).
DORSEY & NELSON,
13 Baltimore st., 3d door
mh 6 C eo3t West oh Markht Space.


JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
WAREHOUSE NORTH STREET,
Near P,-. f.1i..,
W OULD respectl.y i.&i n- Ie City and West-
ern M rchants that during Ithe 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 iates of ta i,.
fe15 .I.liN WEST, Agent.
WESTERN MERCIIAIN'I'S WHO SHlIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S LINE,
(During the Canal season,)
WILL find it to their interest, before shipping
t. i ...1 ., to call at
Jn'LPH TAYLOR & SON'S, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sts.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pul-.inii- or
Wheeling. fe 13 I?
"1 L1.CHA-'li l %iN L) 'I s'.\Di j UI ,I lS..i1
-iT- more anir the West who intend shipping via
n-.-I. i. u-..a Rail Roa land Pennsylvania Canal to
inr ,, .'ni points, Pittsburg, Wheeling, &c. will
have their goods forwarded wnth care ani despatch,
on the 1l.we-t terms, by ill.in.. .I
BINGHAM'S Dep-", i N-- iNi Howard st.
or to JAMES WILSON, Agent,
fe 6 117 North Howard st.
'1 I10 L.%l> 1,1%'~ i V (. 1N1' C; % 1-i sillM I-. A..
JUST RECEIVED by ALEXANDER TURN
BULL, 175 Baltimore Street.
33 cases Miiddlesex Spring Cassimeres, comprising
a new. beautiful, and extensive -...iin,.-rn! ..f Does-
kins; Fancy Mixtures, Spring Diretun Im, \Wol, Dyed
Blacks. Blues, light, Dark and Purple Slates, Silver
Fawn and Cinnamon Drabs, Sing e and double Milled
-For sale -s above. e inmh 2 lSt P
BES'T' QUALITY -'AtilS KID
GLOVES, &c.
B TOLDRIDGei has just received 1 case Kid
0 GLOVES, of the best quality, comprising all
the most desirable shades, some suitable for mourninDg.
Also received, a new and beautiful article lor
EVENING DRESSES, of the latest fashion.
Likewise, an assortment cf FRENCH FLOW-
ERS, PEARL ORNAVIMENTS, SPLENDID t)PE-
RA FANS, BLONDS, LACES, FEATHERS,
SILK HOSIERY, &c. &c., Wholesale and Retail, at
le 27 123 BJ1LTIMORE STREET.
D N .SKIN'S S .
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT AND
FURNISHING STORE,
NO. 194 BALTIMORE ST. IVEST OF CH.S.
S STREET.
,IrjHE SUBSCRIBEIR respectfully informs the
f. gentlemen of Baltimore and its vicinity that he
has opened the above el,'sait establishment, and will
in future be enabled tc nninr. them with HATS su-
perior in style and qmlalily to any heretolbre offered tor
sale in this city.
ALSO
Fine Linen and Muslin SHIRTS, made to fit in su-
perior style
Paris Kiml Gloves, fine colors $1 per pair
Under Shirts and Diawers of various kinds
Woollen, Merino, Cotton and Silk Hosiery
Gum Elastic and other SUSPENDERS
Silk HD I)KFS. hemnmedil
Satin tfisured CRAVATS
Fancy Opera Ties
Black It.lian anid Satin Cravats
Cocoa, Ebmony and other CANES
Morning Gowns-and a variety of other Goods suit-
able for G,'ntlemen.
The prices at this establishment will he uniform
and as low as the quality can be sold at retail in this
city. WASHINGTON A. DANSK1N.
ja 27
T IN A FACT THAT BOOZ'S COM
POUND SYRUP (IF HOARIHOUND is the
best anii most speedy remedy for C. uml,. i',,|.,
H ..l r.. i i ,. i' l ...l [.l t, in I i...- .- r i
,i .. *i: l. iin. Ii -f.. i .in I P hulm onary Con
.,ii,' "i. -i','. = ,, t'r. i- r. in '.'l', and no w for the
proot.
BALTrmoRl, Feb. 26, 1841.
Mr. Booz-Sir,-About3 week's ago, I look a se-
vere cold cat-in. .rit pnnm in lthe breast and spitting
of blood, and ,r -.i .-.. ",n no my bed for a week; hav-
ing used one' 'I ..I -' Compound Syrup ofHoar-
hound, I do positively declare thliat it relieved me di-
rectly, and now it has made a peifcct cure. For fur-
ther particulars call on me, Yours,
JAMES SCOTT, Giocer. corner
of Fleet st. and Apple Alley.


U crCEDA bR-WAREM iANUFAoCTOIhRY-rTdhe sub-
scribers beg leave to inform their friends,and the pub-
lic generally, that they have associated it themselves
-... if-r Under the firm if ROBERTS & REESE,
yo. .'.tand 39e North HOWAR.g STREET, where
hey intend keepig on band a general assortment of
BRUSHES, COMBS, and WOODiENWARE, of
their own maoufactuire, together with an extensive
variety of houise-keeping arlicelrs and fancy Goods,
which they will sell on the most liberal terms, whole-
sale or retail. ISAAC G. ROBERTS.
DANIELMn REESE.
N. B.-Country merchants and wholesale dealers
are respectfully solicited to call and examine our as.
sortment before purchasing elsewhere. R. & R.
mh 8 4t
O-PA TI'NRBSIIIP.-I have this day taken
into Co-Partnership in the Lumber Business,
my son-in-law,RICHARD PRICE. The business will
herealter be conducted under the firm ot'D. E THO-
MAS & CO. IlThe undersigned would respectfully
solicit of their friends and the public in general a con-
tinuance of their custom;-as we have on hand a large
and general assortment ofSEASONED LUMBER,
(we have also on hand andt intend keeping, a general
assortment of Albany Lumber) such as Chair Plank,
5-8 Poplar, 5-S anid 4-4 Waliut, Curl Maple, Scant-
ling, 4-4 Cherry and Scantling, with all there other
kinds, such as the above market aftords.
DAVIDE. THOMAS,
March 1st, 1841. RICHARD PRICE.
All those having claims against D. E. THOMAS,
will produce them for settlement, and all those in-
debted will please make paymenit,.a3 I am desirous
of closing up my former business.
mrll 8 PS4t
1MBRIE & &FARNUCM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (up stairs)
AVE just received a large and desirable as-
sorftmet ot BRITISH DRY GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich London Dark and Light fancy PRINTS
Muslin de Lames
Fine Fancy Mixed GAMBROONS
Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
6-4 Tape Cheek M USLINS, assorted qualities
4-4 Bishop's LAWN, No. 6 to 14.
ALSO-20 cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON. white and assorted colors, fe 10
J BEJAMIIN, No. 193 B1ALTIMORE
0 STREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on accommodating terms, the following articles-
such as Gentlemen's super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double arid Single barrel; Youths
do dto, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very full assortment Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER, WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Ti:.i..: _- .,p Ladles, Fish Knives,Pock-
et Combs, Roge., ',. i,. ..', Anderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, Perry's, Windle's, Warin's, Attwood's,
Mitchell's, Chance's, Ifarwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannis's STEEL PENS-together with a large
and complete assortment of'JEWELRY and FANCY
STATIONARY, with other articles .oo numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call and
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24


yard to the cellar underneath.
The Yard -Runnimg between the main house and
the rear building, the connecting back building being
on the north side to shelter it, lies open to the south
exposure, and is 16 feet wide by 80 feet long. A
brick Cistern. with a pump, holding 50CO0 gallons and
led by the water pipe, is in the back portion of the
yard, and thie sides are ornamented withhflower beds
and trees planted on the soulh side. A door on the
yard in the upper building leads into the main Cel-
lais, which extendmt under the whole of the main and
back L.u'i hi ... and are deep and dry.
'i... -r,,i l i, of this property, the extensive im-
provements erected on it, the increasing value of the
neighborhood, and its business character, are such
that the owner believes that its merits alone when
once known and cunsidere.l will command that at.
tension which they are so fully entitled to. It is
therefore for the purpose ot bringing these merits in-
to extended notice that hie has prepared and puts forth
this detailed dettcriplitron, so that the plan, arrange-
mentl,style and accommodations of the premises may
he as distinctly understood as by a view of them.-
There is believed to be in this description no exag-
geration, but the effort hias been in it to embrace the
public oi.;i.ioii ofthe property and to give a true ex.
hibition ..i capabilities. He has therefore spareJ
no pains to make it accurate and intelligible and
puts it forth as thie pioneer of a new era in advertise-
ments of the hind. JACOB HOUCK.
mnh 8 4t


AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.


-* [ HE subscriber, whil't endeavoring to advance
I have numerous other certificates that may be seen hs own interest, is always desirous to promote
by calling on moe.
byr sallinge wholesale and retail at No. 9 Fleete-- that of the public-with that view he has purchased
For sale wholesale and retail at No. 9 eet be- the right of WEAVER'S PATENT PLOUGH, so
tween MarkAt and Bond streets, and at No. 2. North famous for easy draft and J..o. w.S,,-, t. he share having
Howard, near the corner of Baltimore street-and at a cutter attached to it give. it,. I')uigh an advantage
Charles Ingram's Tobacconist, Pratt near South st.; over many others, and at small cost to the farmer -
and at James Jenes's corner oi Pratt and High at.- There are four sizes of these Ploughs, Irom one to
Price 371 rts. per bottle. three horses, and well adapted to oxen as they com-
mh 4 "16t P JAMES BOOZ, No. 9 Fleet st. bine great -,r. ...on,, i dlurability-they are made
C OMi'OUND BOuNESET CANDY.-The both rieht ;r.ih !it i ,ri.,il. Also constantly on hand
Candy prepared by Win. Brown, 481 Washing. the Hill Side PLOUGH, and a general assortment of
ton street, from a great variety of vegetable materi- other PLOUGHS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS
als many of which are often advantageously used sn- WHEAT FANS, CORN SHELLERS, CUTTING
parauely for the cure of cold, which is called Ihe BOXES, Root Criutters, Threshing Machines, ie. A
"COMPOUND BONESET CANDY," is recom- fuIll supply of Plough and Machine CASTINGS,
mended as an excellent article for the reliefof coughs warranted not te be surpassed in this or any other ci-
and affections oft he throat.-Boston Daily.dvertiser. ty-all of which are offered for sale at moderate pri-
Sold in Baltimore by G. K. TYLER, corner of ees. All kinds of Agricultural Implements repaired
East Ballimore and High sts. mh 8-Im at the shortest notice, at the rear of Dinsmore and
ISHINO ROPE, &c.-We have on hand and Kyles', Ellicott and Grant streets,
are manulactunring at our Walk, FISHING fe 24 eo4t JOHN T. DURDING.
ROPE of the best Russia Hemp, and of all sizes, TO LOAN.
which we warrant to be a superior article; also Gangs 0 0 d500 FRANKLIN BANK NOTES,
of Rigging made to order, on pleasing terms. Apply 83*W at from 3 to 6 months, on good se-
to JOHN HENDERSON & CO. curity. Apply at this office.
ja 13 Ship Chandlers, &c., 71 Pratt sheet. fe 19 eod4t


SiORSALEORtRENT.
T HE subscriber intending to devote the principal
partial his time to his establishment at the Norith
Point Battle Ground, whicL it is his intention to im-
prove and beautify tor the accomimnoiation of visitors
to that memorab espot,wishes to dispose ofthe piemi-
ses owned and now occupied by hirm im South Charles
street. The location of this property is admirably
suited for a Banking-House, or extensive mercantile
establishment, a:dl its arrangement fully qualifies it
hlor a Hotel or large boarding house. A full
'description of the situation, arrangement and
accommodation of the properly is hereto al-
tacheu, for the information of such persons abroad as
may not have seen the premises.
Frederick Houck, my son, will attend to the La-
boratory, and being on the premises, will give any in-
formation and access t tihe various parts of the house
that may be desired. The property is insured in the
Equitatle Fire Insurance Company lor $10.000, anoil
the unexpired term of the insurance will be' tranfer-
red to the purchaser.
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY.
Location.-The property is situated on the east side
ol Charles street, between two of the principal streets
running east and west through the city, namely, Bal-
timore and Pratt streets, the former of which is the
great promenade for fashion and the mart for fancy
merchandize, and the latter is the main stem of travel
and transportation, between the north nrid the south;
the rail road depot beirg located in Pratt street, a few
doors east of Charles, which street is thus the great me-
dium of communication betwee.a the principal Hotels,
anid the point of arrival and departure ol strangers.
Lot.-Thre size of the ground covered by the proper-
ty is 30 feet 6 inches on Charles street, running back
to a 20 leet alley in the rear, 166 leet 6 inches deep;
immediately in the back ot the lot an alley communi-
cates with Light st. directly in front of Bellzhoover's
Hotel.
Inmprovements.-The front of the lot on Charles st.
is occupied by a lollty Three Story BRICK BUILD-
ING, 30 feet 6 inches front by 60 leet deep. Adjoining
to this is a Brick Back B-nl.ai,,n ou the north side of
the lot stretching from ii- n,., hose on the front
to a building, brick also, erected on the rear of the lot
across its whole width, heretofore used as a Laborato-
ry: and through this building under an alley way, is
the communication between the yard and the rear al-
ley. A more detailed description of these improve-
ments under -, ir -,.-ii n,- heads will now be given.
Main Fr.-nl ,- :I11,.? Front on the street, 30 feet
6 inches, I-i.rn r.. m,.. ) ,;f60 leet. The front on the
street presents a bold andl unique appearance, jeing
one of the lew specimens we possess in this country
of what is now being so successfully revived in Eng-
land, namely the improved, modernized Elizabethan
style, which for picturesque beauty and facility of
modern adaptation is unsurpassed by any other graver
style of architecture, giving an air of comfort and ha-
bitability not to be found in the coldness of stricter
designs. The doorways on the front ofwhich there
are two, are ornamented with baluster pillars, sup-
porting a canopy or entablature oh bold projec-
tion. each of wihtich bears on its cornice, a marble
statue nearly the size of life, that over the entrance
door being the sculptured figure of Hebe, holding the
wine cup, and that over the office door, one of the
Baiecce or nymphs of Bacchus. There is but one
step from the pavement to the floor ofthe hall and
i 'i-a]inn' office The upper portionofthe front is or-
ieinal, and striking. Over a bold en'ablature a balus-
trade is continued across the front, ending in pedes-
tals at the ends, and a central pedestal between them.
On these pedestals are supported at the ends, colos-
sal figures in white statuary rmtirble of Ceres and Po-
maona, while on the centre pedestals stands a statue of
the size oflife, of Mercury, with his winged cap, ser-
pents and rod. These scu ptures as well as those that
adorn the entrance doors are of Italian workmanship,
and the introduction ot them imparts an individuality
to the structure which nothing else could so directly
and strongly obtain. The whole of the front is paint.
ed in a delicate cream tint, harmonizing agreably with
the pure white of the statues and projections.
First Floor Plan.-The entrance door on the street
enteis in'o a Hall,running to the bac. 8 feet six inches
wide ; at the end of which the stairway leads by a
bhoad fl.ghi to the main parlor floor. The hall is
spaced into three compartments byprojecting pil sisters
and arches, attaclhedl to the siJe walls, from one of
which depends a Gas Chandelier, of ormolu with 4
ground shades. Thire face of three projecting pilasters
is filed in with mirrors to reflect the light and rich
paper with which the walls are covered. The rich
and quaint carpet, the growing landscape of the walls,
the brilliancy of the lights make this a noble recep-
tion andeurrance hall. The staircase at the end is
wide aind easy, tire tbarsters of antique pattern, the
rail ending in a scroll hoot. The landing is lighted
from a window looking into the yard, and a door un-
dernea'h communicates therewith. The front office,
r.o.ii .- : vi,..- by the second entrance door of the
,>ionT, n .n ,.i into one with the back office and pre.-
sents a room o1 21 leet wide by 38 teet deep. A trap
door communicates Irom the front office to the cellar
beneath, and a bell reaches hence to thie laboratory in
the rear. The fire places have marble mantles and
grates for coal. A door leads from the office to the
entrance ball, and one also communicates with a back
sitting room, which is lighted from and accessible to
the yard. This sitting room has also a fire place with
a marble mantle. Mounting the main staircase in the
hall we reach the main parlor floor landing, whence
the stairs continue up to the chamber story. From
this landing directly in front of the stairs you enter
iulo the great parlor, and by a door into the adjoining
room. The great parlor is one of the largest rooms
for an individual residence perhaps in the country,
being 30 leet in width by 38 leet in depth, lighted
on tite tront by 4 windows, andi illuminated at night
by a large 4 light ground shade., oi molu, gas chandelier,
i-1..Mu. ..i from thIe ceiling in the centre of Itbe room.
I'u.- r .,.n is provided with 2 fire places finished with
Egyptian marble mantles and grates for coal, of mas-
sise brass. The present furniture and papering of
the room heighten the effect; the paper being a goi-
geous draperied crimson and gold looped flock paper,
the curtains to the windows being of crimson satin
damask to match, and the carpet of rich medalion pat-
tern with flowers in panels.
The room in the rear adjoining, over the back sit-
ting room below, and the same size namely 18 by 19,
is lighted from tIle yard and communicates with the
stairlanding, the parlor, and the back building.
In the chamber story, the object has been to obtain
as many comfortable chambers as possible, and there
are of these, the back chamber, the same size as the
room below, two front chambers 161 by 18, and 9 by
19 within a passage 42 leet wide between them, lead-
ing to the front, a room between the front and back
chambers of 16 by 18, and a room back of the smaller
front room of 9 by 0lu feet. From this story an enclo-
sed staircase, with closet underneath, leads up no the
garret which is spacious and well lighted, divided into
4 large sleeping rooms. From the garret you pass
out to the terrace roofing rront, which is of metal, laid
nearly flat, and protected by the bulustrade and its
pedestals oh the front, fom this terrace a flight of steps
leads up to tile crown of the root, where a plat-
form has been erected with railing and seats, for ob-
Servation, and it commands an extensive and beatifuI
view of In"'.- r:'-.,r .,,rus\ arid especially ol the
harbour %ir:i ih-.' Iii- i ,, n'.-' it stretching out with
its sails gleaming in the sunshine, as lar as the eye
can reach, with the Marine signals of the observato-
ry on Federal Hill, directly ii the foreground, Fort
McHenry in the middle ground and the straight line
ot the blue horizon in the lar distance.
a. 1,i, . i,,m as, i-hr.,, -This part of the improve.
m in ,'- i- ,'i 'ii.c.,.1,.. ij.' part nearest to the main
house nr., iir,, 'ie... nsa higi and the rest two stories
high, l in i,- u;,' ,rnI floor, raised one step above tbe
yaud, there is: the dining room, communicating at
one end with the -iiTir., room back ot the office, 12
heet wide and 39 i in long, with a fire-place at the
ed ard a deer leading into a small vestibule whence
you pass into the kitchen on a level and down a few
steps into a larder or cool pantry unuher the kitchen.
A private stairs leads from the dining room to the
main parlor floor. There are lour fine windows open.
ing on the yard ii this room. The Kitchen, with two
windows anil a door on the yard, is 12 by 20, with all
the requisite conveniences for such an apartment, and
with a private s'air leading to the story above, and by
a lew steps as stated access is immediately bad to the
paved pantry underneathr. Hence continuing on you
pass into a green house, with glazed front, two stories
high, which fills uptihe space left between the kitchen
premises and the wall ol the laboratory building on
the rear alley. Concealed within this covered green
house are the water closets, thus kept warmed and
ventilated and protn,, i, f.o ,n Ihe us, .u'hin.
The upper store. ,I ,h- .- In.:l b rl| mltin .,ra ,t'vS id .
into chambers and r.:.'>iii'inl.uih' u '. Irh rh n tunhuhisa
on the main parlor level, and chamber slory.
The Laboratory building on the rear of the lot, a-
cross the whole width it extends, is ot Iwo stories, ot
brick, with cellar underdeath, and is 30 feet 3 inches
wide by 26 feet 6 inches deep. An alley way is ta-
ken off the south end on the first floor, the second
floor extending over. From the yard a lew steps lead
up ho the first floor room, whence a stair leads up to
the second floor. A wide cellar door leads from the


A. PAU- & CO
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHIN-
ISTS,
A RE now extensively prepared to execute all or-
ders in their line, such as building Steam En-
giues, Water Wheels, Grist, Saw, Rolling and Sugar
Mills, and machines for packing sugar in boxes or
hogsheads, Cotton and Woollen Gearnng, Friction and
common Callenders, and all kinds of Bleaching and
Printing Machinery, Hydraulic and Screw Presses,
Upright Drills, Screwing Machines, Turning Lalthes
&c. &c.
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 trom
6 to 36 inches, a complete set of Hangers, Couplings
and Plumber blocks,Water Wheel Flanges, Sbrouding,
andSegments of various sizes, Shaft Patterns, &c.
&c.
Persons in want of any kind of Machinery, Casting
Forging, or Patterns m de would do well to aive uj a
call, as we are determined that our work will b .so
made as cannot fail to gi e satisfaction.
A.PAUL & CO.
Phoenix Iron ork.. West Lexirn,,o, si,
oc 15 o between Pearl and 'ir.m
J. W. Hailman, (late of Pittsburg)-J. W. Burbridge
& Co. (Pitltaburg.)
IIAILMAN, BURBRIDGE & CO.
GROCERS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
No. 283 BALTIMOBE STaREET.
mh 2


A CARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
4 his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING &COACH LAMIP MA.N-
UFACTORY, fiom Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH, the business will hereafler
be conducted under the firm of CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and lor sale,
general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as'",in.-a. .\'i.-s, Steps, Bands, Han-
dles, Lamps, Lace-, I-..1 Hin.-, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasouriable terms. Also, COPAL
V.\ I IQ I. warrantedl equal to any in use.
"l I.V nLi PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual superior style.
ACH'D. CAMPBELL,
GEt). H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CA M PBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express biu thanks to his numerous hiiends for their
%., li I'. I Jencouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their p.ironage. d? ja 15
FRANKLIN BANK PAPER TAKEN AT
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EAST CORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance on I.r:.. on and Eutow Streets.
&'AIU.11,I F1, LI% since his establishment was
kY burnt out in the lall, has repaired and improved
his Ware Rooms, so hat at the present time, they are
fully equal, il not superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, and having enlarged his manuiaacory, he is
prepared to execute all orders with promptness and
despatch. His present stock compreheinds an exten-
sive as-ortmrent of the most elegant Furoniture,-con-
sisting ot lSofs. I. onnsa- pi mn lid mahof'anv Chairs,
Sideboards,( -. I'%,- '.1 x ri-.in, Il' u rI , I i.I B, -rak-
last T ables, i. i -. I '.'I, -- ,- .in ,].'. .- ol
new e.1 ...s 1. ,ai -'jn, I.-.i:t.,jI-.. L Iur, a .j I'.nncy
annd %% i..'.... in.u.' &c. &c.
Fue .,..- i'.i,.u the public that he has no boys in
his manutactory, and that his workmen are all ol the
very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
wishing to purchase are requestedto call and examine
the Ware Roomss.
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction ja 16 d?
BUTLERt& W1LllIAMSt5.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING( MERCHANTS
PITTSBURGH. Pa.
N) EFERt TO Erskine & I.n i..:|iei,,'. Balt-
SM J. Taylor & ,.m,, 5 more.
Riggs & Co. Phila-
Morgan, Crutcher & Co. 5 delphia
fe 9 12mn


SFOR LIVERPOOL-The ship GRACE
s BROWN, Capt. Myeta; wit comrmenice to d-
ing on Monday, the 1st or March, andil have immiedi.
ate despatch. Some light freight can be taken iria,
mediate application be inase to
ALEX BRIIWN&SONS, or
fe27 d14t WIL.IAM GRAHAM.I
I 1FOR BILtIIM --I ,ir ,:..|.i.-r c ,
M kper fastened 'hip HUMPHREY, G. E Hil-
lert, mastei; will he deapalctued on or a rout the loth
March for the above port. For smalt eight and pas
sage apply to lthe Capt. on board, or to
CHAS. G. BOEHM&SON,
fe 25 d4t&eodlt 26s 5 Charles street.
FOtK WILMI GT''ON, af. C-lIhe
sil. PERUVIAN, Capt. French; will a al
with despatch. For freight apply to
THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
mh 6 d P 12 manl 13 Boel''s wvarf
F it LaUr I'uOLn-- ,,'ia.'i .tiL, ,1 .1 L,. -
The brig BALTIMORE, H. B. Parker, mas-
ter; will sail with despatch. For ireielht 'r i-i'"sge
apply to T. VHil i Illni.l'.,
nimh 3 d P 12 and 13 Bowly's wnarf.
FOR BOSTON R- ui,,rLine-The pack-
i et brig TOKEN, Loveland, master; will sail
withl despatch. For freight or passage apply to
J. W.OSBORN,
mh 9 P 82 Bowly's wlharf.
i^ FOR NEW YOiRK-Despatch Line-
& The schr. THADDEUS, Capt. Bedell; will
have despatch. Forlfreight or p.s.a-, .-pimly to
THOSE. %ttil I I.IIGE,
mt' 2 d P 12 aind 13 Bowly's wharf.
SFOil F Rl.i. hiT'0 2,(t I H-I l I EL.V-
I he schr. MARY AUGUSrA, Winm.A. Tarl-
ton, master; burthen about 700 obls. Apply to
JAMES HOOPER & SONS,
mh _3 _16 Livht street wharf.
S iFullt FRI..GHT O .i A II A. i I 1 .-
The copper fastened brig Lano... i ,. ('lark,
slows 1300 bbls. JNO. K. R ) i)\ .1.1.,
mh 3 104 Smith's wharf.
S^ FOR FREIGTHI I' OR (I A I.'EIl-
The copper fastened and newly coppered schr.
NONPAREIL, T.os. Skinner, master; 138 tons or
1100 bbis. burthen, incomplete order. Apply to
THOSE. [lOOPER,
mh 5 d4t 5 Spear's wharf.
Ifr FOlR FREIGHT Ot CHARTER-
sbIhe superior fast sailing copper raslened and
coppered brig JANET, Landis, master; 9 months old,
stows about 2000 bills. and in complete order for any
voyage. Apply to B. BUCK & SON,
mh 5 d41? No. 75 Smi h's wharf.
dat FOR FREIGHT O CHIAtTE,,-
A The new brig PERUVIAN, Capt. Watson;
burthen about 1500bbls. Apply te
THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
Ioh 8 d P 12 anrd 13 Bowly's wlharf.
i FOR FR kLI1GHT Ot C IIARIEI-
a A fine new Baique ot 2500 bbls. Also a new
liiie .. 1600 bbls. Also a coppered Baltimore Schr.
of 1000 bbls.;-all in order for any voyago \rnply to
W. l,1;11.DilU,
mh 8 (t4t P 61 SmittH's wharf.
r FOR. FREIGHT'. Ott CHiAft'IER-
n,em fine barque TENNI'.SSEE, Capt. Skol.
field, burthen 255 ions, or 2500 bbls.
The fine new barque SUWARROW, Capt.
Sleeper, burthen 292 tous, or ,3000 bbls. For
terms apply to CLARK & KELLOGG.
mh 9
-s FOR FREIGHTORtCHAI'TEiR.-
iThe coppered and copper tastenred ship
OCEAN, Higgins, master, 5000 bbls. burlthen, will be
ready to receive cargo as soon as discirged. Apply
to OELRICHS & LURMAN,
mh 9 St 31 S. Charles st.
FOR FREI1HL' OR CH.ARtIEr-
Two first class SHIPS, now in a neighboring
port. Apply to
mil 9 THOS. WILSON & CO._48 S. Gayst._
%V WNTEIf'lo I l. t0i t.r_- 7 7 1
low decked vessel of 120 to 150 tor-, would
meet with a freight for anr Eastern port. Apply to
SUMNER, ROBINSOn8 & Cl>.
mh 9 15 Bowly's whft.
WANTEi--A good VESSEL, o habuut
S 1300 bbls. for a Southern port-a lair freight
with despatch will he given on application (to
mnl9 JOHN P. ADAMS, 7 lowuy'swhf.
'taA i C i ln---- D -'.L.i. ..i ,. : ,
abbls. burthen, to load tfor a port in thii lritinnh
We.t Indies. R. &. H. R. TUCKER,
mh9 38 South Gay s-icer.
%r ,ANTED.-A good SHilP', o: 3 to 400
i,.-r,, lor along tbreign voyage Ap y io
W. RHOADS,
mh8 d13t P 61 Smith's ,rharf.
N OTICE.-Having dir.charged from lin y emply
1R1. W. CANA, my Ballimore friends are notifi.
ed not to pay said Cana any moneys on my account.
EDWARD HARlDY,
fe23 lm 110 Pearl st. New Voik.
STOP, STOP, STOP.
OOK AT THIS, BRASS CLOCKS, on-
ly four and five dollars each. For sale wholesale
and retail at 121 Baltimore st. near the Bridge, good
Time Tieces which may be seen by the following cer-
ticates.
We the subscribers have in use the lockk sAold by
Mr. Sherman, and can freely recommend it as a good
article tor con ect time.
Clark & Kellogg, Bowly's wharf; John Boggs, MI.
Spear's wharl; Sangston, '% i., -,i.ev 6. Co. Ml Balti-
more st.; Geo. hoighman & Co. Hoffman & Brothers,
Mt. Charles St.; Fred'k. B. Graf, Mt. S. Gay st.; J.
A.& G. E. Sangston, Mt. 195 Bait. st ; Harrison &
Co. S. Charles st.
N. IB. These CLOCKS will be found by the trade
to be the most convenient article for r-oma'i,,.
fe 26 Mr. SHERMAN'S (Oh.-:a. a 1..:,,'.
WM. F. GILL. CUPPER ANDILEIECHER,
No. 17 Lexington st. 5 doors West of Charles st.
R ESPECTFULLY informs the Medical Fa-
culty and the public in general, that hie has on
hand and intends constantly to keep, a large assort-
mentofthe best EUROPEAN LEECHES. There-
fore all orders for CUPPING and LEECHING will
meet with.prompt attention at all hours day and night.
in all parts of the City and its vicinity.
N. B. European LEECHES for sale in lots to suit
purchasers. mh 6
HOUSE KEEPERS LOOK AT THIS.
ATENT CHEMICAL YEAST, POW-
DERS OR QUICK YEAST.-The most use-
ful and convenient article ever invented for house-
keepers, saving time and expense, and as cheap as the
common yeast, and no danger ofturning Sour or bitter
which the common yeast is subject to; try it anid prove
it. None other is genuine unless prepared at 122 Bal-
timore street, near the bridge, by Turner and Slier-
man. Also for sale by J. S. Chapman, South near
Baltimore street; Seth S. Hance, corner Pratt aind
Charles street; Parr and Graham, corner Baltimore
and Eutaw and J. C. & N. H. McCormick, Gay
street, Old Town.
P. S. Southern and Western merchants should s'np-
ply themselves with this article as it will keep any
length oh time and in any climate.
Patent medicines received on commission by Tur-
ner and Sherman: Ihbir store is 12i Baflimore street
near the Marsh market, mh 6 6t
BALTIMOARE AND HAtFORD TUKNPIKEl
ROAD COMPAN'YS OFFICE, March 1, 1841. 5
T IE STOCKHOLDERS in this Company
are hereby notified that an ELECTION will be
hdld at their office, in the city of Baltimore,on MON.
DAY, the 5th day of April next, between the hbusrs
of ten and twelve o'clock in the forenoon, for nine
Managers lor the ensuing year. By order.
mb 2 law4t J. PINKNEY, Sec'y.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the stock-
a. holders of the MARINE INSURANCE COM.-
P ANY, that the Annual Election for Directors of said
Company will be held at the office ol the Maryland In-
suraice Company, in the Exctiange Builiing, on Fri-
day the 2nd April, between the hours of 10 and 11 o'-
clock, A. M. smh22 law4t5
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the siock-
*l'lhohlders of the UNION INSURANCE COM.
PANY, that the Annual Eleclion for Directors of
said Company will be held at the Union Bank of
Maryland, on Saturday the 3d of April, between fhe
hours of 10 and 11 o'clock, A. M. law4t _mh 3
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, Glass and Crockery Ware.
W. C. & Co. will give their especial attention to the
arranging and disposal of Furniture at private houses.
All sales at auction will be made by J. B. CAN,
NON in person.
Liberal advances in bankable money can all times
be obtained on gcods when consigned to us for Pub-
lic Sale. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
au 26 eotf
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UNDERSIGNED, havingbeen for anum-
Her of years engaged in thIe department of UN-
DERTAKING FUNERALS and furnishing Coffins,
Hearses, Carriages, and all other requisites for such
occasions, he flatters himself that he is able to perform
this duty in a manner that cannot be excelled in this
city or elsewhere, and the carriages being under his ex-
clusive superintendence when in procession, are re-
quired to return from the graveyard in the same order-
ly manner in which they go out, which prevents the
confusion attending Funerals when otherwise conducted
ed,and which remedies the immoderate drivingand ra-
cing between Carriages which have caused such fre-
quent complaints. JOHN STEWA 'IT',"
ma 8 eo Calvert street onrosite City pro-ai


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Street, by DOBBIM

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yearly. Country papers five
advance, unless the subscript
All new advertisements appe
pers 6 1

EXTRA LEGISLATIVE
be seen by our Annapolis l
terday agreed to the resol
extra session-to be held an

U. $. SHIP POTOMAC.-
the brig Susan, at this po
ry 1st, reports that the
had been ashore in the riv
ten off without damage, and
pected at Montevideo in a
sailed. ____
Letters from Washington
in that city, that the Brit
with instructions brought
dent, had addressed a le
training a demand for the i
Leod. What reply had been
ted. We learn that on Sat
son was held between M

THE TARIFF-Gov. DAv
on former occasions alluded
principle of protection is
vernment by the politics
States, that very principal
held by them for their ow
protection is spoken of i
ment policy one interest on
viz. the manufacturing. A t
means a tariff of protect
this implies only a part
The cotton growing Stat
they callfree trade, simple
free entrance of British go
er quantities of them will
a consequence the Britis
chase greater quantities o
portion as we go into de
France, the demand for cot
because that is almost
we can export to those co
tural productions being
The commercial policy o
since the passage of the
shaped almost exclusively
tection, of the cotton grow
tions have been allowed f
purchase American cotton
us nothing else, except und
densome duties. Onr farme
stitute the great mass of
growers, our producers of
our miners of lead and of
ers in the country, save o
are debarred by the restric
the want of protection at h
tion in the foreign trade,
supplying even th
Gov. DAvis, of Massachus
cently to the Legislature
ments from the Legislatur
bama in relation to the Ta
the existing policy of
The basis ot this policy
tions, because a greater
thereby created for cott
stimulated. It thus obvio
couragement of a domestic
itself into the same prin
the producing classes who
lation of foreigntrade. In
ny of the growers of cotto
the great exporting interest
sist as a right upon a poli
prosperity. It is not, how
importing trade that they w
pose, In this,they have no
interest, than all the coun
consumers, and the burden
is any) falls upon the cons
no consumers of foreign
ers of cotton, it is mani it
be very limited, and conse
comparatively small. It i
perceive the justice of su
any grounds on which it cal
any reason why the produ
more considered in regulate
other grea
If we assume the position
import, the more cotton w
fore we ought by all possi
portations, to what a con
S bring us, if carried out
most of our supplies, which
tivating the soil, from fo
be compelled towork at th
over-populous countries.
sult, for the planter of co
abroad for his staple, while
and the assumption that t
increase as importations i
supposition that other prod
in the regions from which i
and therefore the cotton tr
advantage. This view of p
one interest, and looks on
that branch of American
branches of agricultural
kets abroad, capable of
their productions, are fo
creating them at home, by
pursuits, and thus creati
plied by diversi
To accomplish this objec
some extent, the opposite o
has been deemed wise and
been to encourage the dome
articles, instead of importa
our own laborers, instead o
manufactures of foreign co
like that of the cotton gro
couragement of domestic i
seeks stability by the regu
instead of aiming at the d
tions, it seeks aid from a
sessment of duties upon
able the manufacturer and
tection thus afforded, to
labor into the market on
imported articles of the
appears that both parties
domestic production, thro
eign trade; but the general
rily tends to depress the
connected with cotton, by
and the mechanic trade; whi
to strengthen and invigora
of l
t In view of these con
curs-are these interests i
branch of policy be adopt
proscription of the other
VIs is that neither alterna
sent policy operates unfavor
by discouraging manufact
suits, In the same manner i
country to consume, and as


that ability the advocates
persevering in their course
their own end. They have
training the common prospe
since thai alone is capable
We can perceive no reason
citement on this subject
made to the cotton growing
Union, liberal and genero
that no jealous or unkind
in any quarter. It is tim
returned, and that those S
can be actuated by other t
especially since by so do
atnd theirown w

ANTHRACITE IRON.-The
ufacturing iron with ant
succeed admirably, and is
To Pennsylvania this disc
less important than that o
ing article on the subject
crat of the
One of the large furna
Works, owned by Messrs.
was put in blast on Thurs
o'clock, in the morning.
and 12 feet across the bosh
horse power. The engine a
manufactured by Messrs. H
place, and are made in t
work admirably. The fur
well as was anticipated. I
bly be able togive. a more
teresting results of this
which stands unrival
The Danville Furnace, b
Bidule, Chambers & Co. is
finely. This furnace has
of 8 months, and produced
which our founders pronou
their purpose, it bei
Columbia Furnace.-This
Messrs. Groves, also using
as fuel, continues to wor
weekly, about 40 tons
The results show fully,
smelting ore, and manufact
is no longer a matter of e
to, and will supercede wh
cess to all the enterprise
barkea in th

The Cross Cut Canal -W
Horton, juston his return
Cleveland and other paper
are making for an early and
burgh, all along the canal
Erie to Detroit, and all
Pitttbure


MERCHANTS' MEETI
At a meeting of the Merc
more, held at the Exchan
1841, on motion, Jos P.H
to the chair, and CHARL
Secretary. A committee c
SON. JOHN LANDSTRRET, a
on motion, appointed by th
port to the meeting resolut
ings on the subject of a la
at Annapolis imposing a T
the cily of Baltim
The committee having ret
ported the following Reso
mously
Resolved 1st. That in th
the proposed law, if not
enacted, prove greatly in
and trading prosperity
2nd. That its operation
pressive-and would strike
this city by diverting its
joining
3d. That it would greatly
drive from our community
tive and enterprising men
capital, to which class w
gree for the future prospe
4th. That a committee o
the Chair to present these
lature, and use all proper
fect the object
The following gentlemen
stitute the Committee-
Harrison, Alex'r. L. Bog
Clark, Sam'l. K. George, J
son, Jno. Landstreet, Sam'
Sam'l. D. Walker. The
JOS0. P. GRAN
C. R. PEARCE

STATE DEBT-CHES
CANAL.-We subjoin the
just been passed by the Ci
the subject of the Chesa
will be seen that they
unanimity in both Branches
embody a true expression
community on the subject
en
Resolved by the Mayor an
more, That they have obser
.now making in the legisl
appropriation of two and a
the Chesapeake
Resolved, That at a moment
paralelled financial embar
she is forced to tax her u
interest of the debt already
that debt even for 'objec
utility, would be inexpedi
credit and highly injurious
ty holders throughout the S
city of B
Resolved, That the Chesa
ing a work calculated excl
of a small section of the St
foreign interest, which c
out a corresponding sacrif
city of Baltimore and other
increase of the public de
work, in the present stat
barrassment, is especi
Resolved, That in view o
burden of the public debt
city of Baltimore is called
an increase of that burden
direct conflict w
Resolved, That in case the
expedient to make a further
apeake and Ohio Canal, it
no such appropriation be m
same time, provide for t
pletion of the Maryland c
to Bal
Resolved, That a copy of
to cur senator and delpeati
by the Mayor and lie I-'r .i,
of the Cit
In the First Branch of t
on the above resolut
Yeas.-Messrs. President
Fields, Gorsuch, Hutton,
ery, Hanson, Bradshaw,
Burns, Keyser, H
Nays.-Mr. C
In the Second Branch
Yeas.,-Messrs. President
Boyd, Reaney, Lucas, jr., W
Hook,
Nays.-Mr.

The Washington corresp
Courier
This city is rife with rum
ings at the Treasury Dep
to repeat them, but will st
are probably in part found
to be substa
This morning Mr. Ewin
Department, and discover
he did not like, he proce
communicated the facts to
Chambers appeareA at the
an order from the Presiden
til fourth
It is said, but this I do n
paying improperly, if not
cla
Itis stated on the same
ster had appointed his son
under-Secret

HOLLIDAY STREET THEA
the Naiad Queen at this es
station of a most splendid
large assemblies that have
delight at its magn

CURIOUS AND INTERE
On the 4th of March, 1830
of 12 o'clock on that da
CLAYTON, then a Senator
ware, ina speech on Mr. F
following remarkable predi
lure destiny of the prese
States, then the recalled
was, on the 4th of this
Mr. CLAYTON first obse
rolled away-our Ides o
day, which is the annive
trate's Inauguration, brin
miniscences of the past, an
cipations of the future.
and at about this very hou
Senate hollowi d the Ameri
gressof his stately triumph
the presence of assembled
men, he proclaimed to the
which he intended to adm
Independently of the fact
been thrust into this deba
propriety in devoting a por
the consideration of the e
ecutive a
The honorable Senator t
on the abuse of the power
put thi
"Inform us why the gall
of Fort Meigs, bhe vict
Thames, a veteran in counc
distinguished hor his vitue


citizen, the soldier, and
was hie proscribed as unfi
abroad, and withdrawn fr
for THOMAS P. MOORE He
Bogota-the i.-k was still
cord which iiilrn.,.I th
advice of the Sanate tha
there, when the order of
ced. This could not have
cial misconduct. There ha
into that. Was his fidelity
did the public good require
it will tell well in the an
had so often perilled life
manhood, to secure the bles
was punished for the exerci
in his old age ? Sir it was
may, which, by holding out t
the confidence of his cou
down his gray hairs wit
But the glory he acquire
Wabash, and by those ha
which lie received the
of merit from the Legisla
full measure ot a nation
lions of Congress, can never
todegraide their honoured
who make it, until other meni
early estimate his worth, an
years withproofs of his cou
itu
On the Fourth of March, 1
of the day when this pr
years ago, WM. HENRY H
Minister to Colombia, in p
fidence and gratitude, was
of the United States, and
that the effort to degrade
proscription has fully re
That the prediction is p
Register of Debates, vol.
4, 1830.-N

At half past seven, the i
were alarmed by an explo
discharge of cannon, in a
lage was illuminated by
the tmcilor,, establish
betw].: N..t!,t 3d and Nor
It appears that one of th
. hilst examining the strewn
off, inocautiously placed t
liquor ignited, and commu
spirits, and from thence to
was instantly in flames.
premises, Mr. Edward Bra
broken by the parting of
dreadfully burned by the
that his life is despair
Hospital on Sunday after
dwelling houses adjoining
five in number, had barely
children, leaving all their
Ely's loss will probably b
which is covered by insu
Co
Massachusetts keeps 7000
pay. What exactly are the
compensation they recei


IMPORTANT TO RAI
In noticing the arrangem
more and Ohio Rail Roal
portation of passengers t
March, we mentioned th
as one which was to take
engine weighs 19 tons-ha
which the power is appli
more tractive power than
yet read of. It has three
the Norris engine,and twic
engines of Eastwick and
to state the following part
formance on that occasion
tic s
It had been arranged tha
to Washington a train of th
but when the time came, t
for twenty-two,with which
Clare Depot-the train co
sons. With this train, th
ton, at a rate which was i
the Engineer to twenty fiv
which was tite speed employ
ing grades. Down grades,
was less, the great number
responsibility requiring t
evidently htad much less t
on the trip was the throttl
ter open, anid the steam w
in volumes from the safety
ion of competent and disi
engine was fully able to
Baltimore to Washington at
hour. The only regret was
sufficient to test
Returning from Washington
the depot on an ascending g
on an old plate rail and ro
dius, with twenty-five eig
passengers, the Engineer ha
and within three leet from
a switch leading from these
had been arranged, into
was made wit i.wei g-iiptm
and with uninterrupted st
daily increasing until, with
was 7 or 8 miles an hour
yards was going as fast a
run during
To enable our readers to
be stated, that the four o'c
senger cars, crowded with
the M'Lean, one of the best
Engines,-and a noble mac
same depot only after many
with great difficulty. Bo
cast iron tire, so that t
nearly as accurate as it
stances. The Winans engi
with the train here mention
speed being regulated onl
running with so gre
The power of this engine
The power of all engines
resting on their driving
the steam is applied, and
erate steam in proportion
weight gives to them. To
power to do the work of a
bleas to make a small hor
one; and all assertions to
absurd. In the Norris Eng
driving wheels is, we are
the Eastwick and Harrison
four driving wheels, is
Winans engine the weight
is 191 tons-and atl these
for their purposes, are in
9 68-100, and 10 33.100
What Mr. Winans has acc
time successfully, is what
among engineers-the incr
drivers without injury to
complished by increasing
wheels, which in his engine
lowed him to increase the i
the weight on each wheel is
ed by a proper regard for
the general result ia, that
than has yet been exhibit
roads, the expense of keepi
be diminished rather t
In all calculations here
paralive value of rail roads
portant element has alwa
locomotive engine. Now th
all former calculations be
change is effected that goes
only superiority, and place
with it even in the transpo
least valuable articles in
That a townsman of our
agency that has produced th
fying, and we trust now t
become as celebrated as
kers, and besides retain
been heretofore sent abroa
Baltimore in its turn th

The annexed article, copi
zette of the 4th instant, is
quarter. The surest meth
lion by the route here refer
more and Ohio Rail road
and the greatest
A/ Continuous Rail Road mu..
burgh. A writer in the Pu
commenced a series of co
portant subject, than which
mug to Philadelphia. We s
that city has a far deeper im,
Pittsburgh, as our present
cation with Baltimore open
to an Eastern marhuem. It i
cheaper and mote rap'd me
Philadelphia is ..'- i. .
West will flow i.. ltjium
Boston, New York, antl I .1.
sent by way ol Baltimort .
route-what will It be whe
Ohio Canal and Baltimor
completed, together with their
of ths Monongn.hela river, w
grossing? Pitlsburghm fee
Philadelphia, as the metrop
ness will flow in
The writer in the Standa
other States possess suneri
cial advantages to Pennsy
depend upon her immense m
sequent facilities lor iia,,
source of wealth, pro
"Tme particular attention
is here called on to take
vast importance of establish
Railroad from our eastern
ham of t
The Columbia and Harris
road form a continuous line


of IC6 miles; 242 miles rem
Harrisburg to Pittsbturtg t
plete between the Delaware
river, at a total distance o
accomplished at a modera
the average cost o good
States, and without a sing
grades exceeding
We feel it our duty to d
matter at some length, an
citizens o f Pennsylvania, ans
adelphia and Pittsburgh, a
ing fact, now established b
in our own borders and r,.., ,
slafe,a route for a contain I
boldly challenge all the other
out a single exception; and
pete with all rival routes w
blished, or may yet be belw
Ocean and the Mis
By the citizens of Phiiladh
ought to be hailed with joy
vantage is taken in time,
once more be turned in th
to flow pe
After demonstrating the f
of the proposed route, the
pertinent
"Can we look on calmly
Baltimore is striving lo br
hours reach of Pittsburg,
Railroa(t? The whole line
now constructed or under
land. A few years more. and
pany will have finished a con
and a branch to Wheeling. Fila
that ;he whole of her m int
part of her spring and fall
all the travellers will tak
to Baltimore, and vice versa
old accustomed chann
We remark, on the above se
terday inlermed by a gentle
received goods from Boston,
cheaper than they can be b
Philadelphia. We hope the 1 l
in this matter

The Officers of the NAV
in Washington waited upon
Department yesterday, at I
pects to him, and were then,
ed to the President of the
firmed by an officer uwho
sion that he never before
OffiL.ers together at one ti
Intel. _____
Improvements in the Dague
has authorized M. Arago
emie des Sciences that he
of catching a complete im
in less than a second. Th
ounces an improvement, e
of Tauinton, in this Stale,
other yet made. Hitherto the t
ment has been confined to
on silver plate properly pr
succeeded in producing th
stone, and, in such a mann
ture may be multiplied w
tainty as lithographic wo
iay.-Boson Post


Maryland L
Correspondence
ANNAPOLIS, M
After I closed my letter
passed thebillto incorpora
cial Society
A bill was reported supple
rating the Mining and M
Hibe
A bill was reported suppl
thorise the New Castle
Company to make a Rail
on Elk River in a direct
The resolutions for limiti
to a single ter
The majority of the sel
vorable report upon the res
sion. Tile resolutions we
9, na
The resolution in favour
the University of Maryla
nay
The Senate remained in s
day ev
HOUSE OF
In Ihe House to-day Mir.
mitted a resolution tha
Nicholas,Samuel J. Donals
Birckhead, Win. S. McPh
Samuel W. Smith, John S.
be and they are hereby a
part of this State in the B
Company, and that the Pr
the Speaker of the House o
letter to each of the abo
appointment. The resolute
and sent to
Mr. Weast presented Ihe p
of Washington County, p
this State may be allow
The bill from the Senate
tion of Maryland; and alio t
ministration of justice, we
turned to
The Clerk ofthe Senate
to the act for taking testi
divorce. Also the bill t
from her husband Robc. H
which had been pas
The House resumed the c
from the Committee on wa
neral valuation and asses
State,iand to provide a tax t
To-morrow is the day a
session, and the House
further in the consideiat
tha 2d or 3rd section. It s
the House a second and eq
when it was under consider
who
SEN
P. S. The Senate have jus
ed, by a vote of 12 to 8,
session, to be held any ti
The resolution relative
State Tobacco Warehouses
The bill to divorce Fran
Grupy, of Baltimore
The supplement to the cha
Manufacturing Company

CITY C
In First Branch
Mr. Bender presented the
clerk of Richmn
Mr. Pinkney that of W. Wa
which were severally ref
cla
Mr. Pinkney repotted fav
Bull & Tuttle, and unfav
Thomas Ho
Mr. Peregoy offered a subs
lowing the claim,
An answer from the Board
as to nuisances fiomrSlaught
was received from
The second branch returned
wards with some s
Mr. Dallam submitted a
nance relative to the duti
was re
Mr. Gorsuch called up the
of two additional police
sent to the second branch
The resolution for the re
permission to erect a slau
Adjou

From the Paris corresponde
gen
PARIS, FEBRU
This is the season of gra
Tutilleries, on the 27th ul
guests bears more than t
will not doubt that so lar
--.ituo-inE, pushing, s
,ii- I, .1, at least, to any t
in the While House. Som
ent, lor the first time, were
the part which the French
took in the competition f
official entertainment oft
and throng, was given by
at the Hotel de Ville, (To
loons have been decorated
to rival nearly those of t
in equal numbers, the mun
tractors, the corps eleclot
ufacturers and traders o f e
istorracy oi the counting
their w ivi,- .,i I t 'i,,,_ ,'
P reo ect's I', ,
The Legitimists had their
ball helI in one of the pr
the benefit ofihe pension
lost thetr provision by th
anumual charity is an occa
zing up of the noblesse of
list of lady patronesses
which we received, include
esses and countesses. T
training the contributions
pretenders to birth and su
of the "distinguished str
quality, and are curious
manners of the ohi school
considerable wealth, and a
ot their progenitors. Th
have admirably, study an
with the pele-mele of the
Ville. Their convocation w
but it was still select, order
in ever
The Bulletin of Fashion s
'civil list was what it shou
'par excellence." 'Ihe Legi
cule the Court and Town Ha
by their plebeian aspect, o
patrician haul ton, heredit
sy, and noble decorum of
They dwell, also, for sim
private theatricals, on Su
bine (gaudy and fantastica
TELLANE, arbiterr elegant
tic soiree five hundred pe
of Paris were invited. It i
er circles oh the old and i ',
ture and finance, were .[-i


that thie Britishl andu Ru
present must have been co
7.1- i-l .. ,'-vmce, of the ult
." I .'." in, France, and the
nrty which the Paris artist
pastry
We are told by the same
ball of the Tuileries, thie
royal tfold had a constraint
nuances, owing to the detec
cious persons who had gai
.'.r..-. tickets, to the m ,u
ui..t,: vehicles in the cou
and even muddy attire of
company. With regard to
ot the royal hosts, I can
lopers, there were, and eno
in to watch, and soldiery
case of need. The story i
houind a witness-that a pesr
a Waterloo medal at his but
where, within the bi'terest sarc
French officers, unable, howe
composure, or prevent him fr
mant Frenchman antd amateur
T1ne L.ondon Sun remarks-
that any officer of the Br
of such an excess of brag
whoever he was, should b
instances of even worse tas
my observation. The Lond
day, greater outrage on F
S. Bird, Esq. of Philadelp
last, at his large hotel, .;.
this season in general tii
orchestra or animation. Th
Thorn may challenge the
score of entertainment-di

Dreadful Accident.-The P
states that three persons
last I r .I. .' attern onoa
town, while u.p .;. in fi
ted tosponge li.- ,.i.. after
ming down the cartridge is
bout a third the length.
bout 20 years of age, was s
expired at 7 o'clock in t
young man about the sam
town off, and was otherwise
mis recovery is doub:lul
...,.the vent, had histhumb
lo.ion took place itn loading
tine. This is another dread
o) carelessness in the use
ion been properly Sponiged
would not ha

Daring m I.'. ,.o.- A most
emitted at .t ., l..,., U.
and eleven o'clock, a gang
he house ofthe Rev. M'r. A
ening him with assassinate
every article of value which
ding money, watches,
After loading themselves
whole decamped toward th
boat had been kept ready f
on the border again


From the Boston Even
American Biblical Reposit
periodical-conducted with
with information of a high
published in New York b
Boston by Whipple & Damr
lom Peters, D. D. and Se
for January contains sever
to sustain the high chara
Among them we find an exc
conclusion ofan essay on
Western Asia,' After des
commerce of Tyre, Sidon, &
the creation of the city of
madman, and the voyage o
route to thie East Indies
say
"This detail, perhaps dr
conducted us to an impor
The great piize which was s
cient enterprise, wais the
vast indefinite region, so l
stretching on without unkn
Indus, comprising modern
the land ol spices and pear
and silk, -the source of a
to contribute to the luxu
this, caravans crossed and
voyages of discovery were
hazard; cities rose up amid
ren rock-', to atford a res
heavy-laden traveller; and t
sequent time', Columbus m
the nmihly uleep, and pros
with gratitude and praise
a new course, he had reach
and of w
He then describes in beau
guage, the ruins of those
lous cities, as Tyre, Syd
Petra, thus f.'luin.,, the h
Writ. Speaking of the ch
hie s
"To the traveller, it is n
the world. The sceptre of
Desolation tias spread over
milk and honey." The tra
scenes of ruin; by night he
lodging in the ruined palace
or monarch; or, more likely
the tomb, and sleeps among
once resounded in the sple
to the cry of the jackal; an
flitted in the mazy dance,
lence now reigns, where onic
and the commerce of the
nelt; and these splendid cit
aga
'Westward the star of
and westward, too, moves
science andi
Among the causes of the
those places in Western Asi
low
"But why, it may be as d
continue? Why do those cit
that region, once the Parad
late? Why do no't steambo
well as the Hudson, why
and the C spian,as well as
not fleets find an anchorag
merce, along the coasts of
as will as along the shore
state, therefore, another c
andt thie sceptre of despoti
to egricniulur%, end to tie
that once fertile land, and it
ol its cities, and turns its
and repres-es the aspiring
bjws down the bodies ands
essential to successful c
live without the former.
home; and it must feel th
tion, respected by the king
stretched out to defend
safety ; there must be sta
limdgs there is now a gove
flexible, tyrannicml1; and
prise is p
Anmd there again, in an el
a beautiful eulogy on our
me
"1 could state another c
desolations of that once
land that once flowed wi
simple hact in our landI 1
every man is secure of their
ground which he cultiva
simple to the soil makes
in wealth, and virtue, an
worth-in all that make
the tribes that roam over i
that lhat live under the ca
harvest that is reared, the
tidcle of manufacture, lha
one can se.ze it; no one ca
it; no one can wrest it frou
sense, that the whole ener
men is pledged to defendt
the conscious dignity of
himself obscure and unkn
consciousness, that armi
ot battle and the thund
his feeblest rights against
consciousness to thie wandi
felt on the plains of Cha Id
vales of Palestine, and th
som there as tlihe rose and t
tary place would be glad.
protection in tour rights,
i.i that under the favor
'. and towns that stand s
lhat speeds the vessel on it
Toe want of this has strew
broken pillar, and ci numblins
plt's; and this lost, our o
lat
After remarking oun thie d
by Columbus, he presents u
tiful passage, describing th
our sh
"Just one hundred and twe
another trail bark approa
was in the coldoll) ri I. --1 .
at-ter a long and p i t1..i i .
ter howled alotig the roos
frozen; thie inleitmintb l eb, l
them. No lihi e- o.t ..... te
danger or (i .i '3, .0 oci
peacetull ii .- imuvitedt
ThlIe smoke ascended om the
cabin of the wianderi-g and
sound of welcome was not
cami to the bileak duid bar
lfeaven-directed, they en
the only place where saf
bound--wheme time everlas
decline towards them, and
har itnlo the sea to embrace
sel-tihe May-Flower-was t
tion-of that nation whose
sea, and to whom every m
ocean of the world are
came with hearts filled wi
the rock ol Plymouth they
cross. On board that huomb
lemon compact which has si
stitutions-anid which conta
They came, a ra,. 1 i,.
men; they caie .. ..),,,- r
science, amd law, and pure
here iave a homo. TIley c
the love of sound learning
mora

Florida -A letter from F
ult,
A gentleman direct fio
Armistead has 389 of the e
and that their embarkatio
yond the first proximo. T
duced to come in by the
liai '. : I nIupon ter
to 7" *. h- o-cilation of
by assigning them tothe c
ouler pocket guards-a dis
condu ct richly entitles t
unle-s a commissioned offi
them, and alter retreat tins
[hut two as yet have evinc


first was wounded inthe at
duly, anid finally killed b
run 'i'.- .. ith a bayon
lie dind. I his summary
deterred others frr.em
1' major iBelknap, 3d Infan
the duty of escorting the
of thie Mis

Manufactures.-Mr. Mar
foundatlion ot a large cotton
ed tor the mnanufaclnire of i
s perior to any yet manual
He will also erect air exet
same streami. Since the Ce
their water power fbr sale
,i ,i .1 I ' '.1... i n. h usi
S1- r I,, R o ...n. ,, ,. ,
New England States, and we
several new establishments
uing the coming season. We
ton mill is about to be e
Ihis county, and another
Troy Whig.
Temperance'-We learn
T. sentinel, that theie
subject of temperance en
the Territory to the same
cities are beirg formed i
ships heretofore entirely a
i : feeling justifies thei ..
.il '% ilneos a vast improve
mnoals ini

Spark Catcher.-A new co
nose ot locomotive spark.c',
by Mr. D. Matthews, obf i.
ditiou to relievine the pa
encenow experienced by i
ireto be apprehended fro
hone away with. On a lece
placed a pound of powder
o the locomotive, and madet
ty to Utica and back, a dis
gnili

Great ..- F ait.-On Saturda
6 o'c ock. i '1 ...., Living
walking fifty-four miles
minutes! Two wagers rested
-to walk fitly miles in twe
four miles in fourtee n hours
ment. He commenced Satur
c'ock, and m won botth he mat
three minutes -Nw York
The North East Boundory t
MIa.saclihu-'etts House of
East boundary question, hias
unions declaring the right
he territory in question, re
half a century, ituI.e'aigi I
the interposition 0 ubiiistii.
here is no cause to appreh
on on the subject, it is ear
speedy adjustment should re
ever remote;-that the re
Featherstonhaugh is calcula
part of the United States, a


to the proper conciliatings i
and honor of Massachusett
ance, not thie less determine
in maintaining the rights
passed un
Sandwich Island Bible.-T
sachusetts Senate on Thur
that body a letter from Samue
ber of the American Boardi
companies with a copy of t
in the Island of Oahu, one
the native language of those
A. to the C
Miraculous -On Friday
name of Baltles, playing n
mill. Rochester, flel over t
70 leet. He landed in a sn
jury he sustained was the
Rochester
Mammoth Bo;ies on the Ken
in the lute report of' Mr. %..
on the Kl( i...cL river, iY t..
have - ... ,,n.dI in bu ut
that stream. These ones
of the river, never less th
edge, anid in no ca-e less t
lace of the ea
From the Are, Haven
A salute of one hundred g
day otn hIe public green, f
takes place a

Fiomn the Hartford
The Church bells of the mp
terday morning, and cannon
rent periods during it dayt
tliont of General Harrison, a
Death of Nathaniel Garro
a letter hrom Auburn, dalet
Garrow, marshal of the No
that village on tIP 3d int
good health, ani about his
ins, but toward nisht mwas
by apoplexy and died in a
Sudden Dea'h.-As the fir
averting, says the Portland
about commencing, the c
instantaneous death of one
ham Parker-who fell dead j
ner to the floor. He was tak
of Dr. Woodl, in the Excha
had depatd.
PASSE
In packet ship Otiario,
-Mrs. Savage, of N. York;
servant, of Virr:iiq r Mr
M r. A Pyre, .-i li.i..i .
tria;l Rev. Mr P,..-i,. ,
tingvila, of Belgiumin; Rev.
Rev. Mr. J. Fey, of Pruss
Vienna, and

Married on Tiunsday morning,
Reese, Mr. MALA'CHI LOW, fon
to Miss ELIZABETHl BO
Married on the same day,
('CRAIG, formerly of Lowell
SANNAH BOSWELL,
MIarried on Thursday evening
'I 1 I I t u i. I I ,
'A IN% I ,.it I
Married on the st inst. by tR
OLIVER TAZEWELL, of Ellicoi
GUSTA CROW, of
Died at his late residence i
the 8lth inst. NICHOLAS WATK
ag
Departed this life on the 9th
sixty-second yearot his age,
able merchant or this city, a
Pennsylvania. His friends are
tend his funeral from his lat
at 11 o'clock, to-tnorrow morin

0f.-MECIIANICALL
TION.-Thetwelfth regular
will be delivered THIS
in the Assemnbly Rooms,
Suij el- The Originand His
Marylan d.
Mr BURNAP'S EIGHT
TURE will be delivered
THURSDAY EVENING, at
The Progress and the Pro
'tR"FPEAL ASSOCIATE
."I -i.,,.- of the Reneal of
tween Great Britain and Ir
Lecture Roomn of the Univ
NESDAY EVENING, lothist
sons friendly to the cause
come members are r
By order of tie
mh 9

BOARD O
The following members c
of Arbitiation lor the
Ht ugh Birckhead,
M. S. Norman,,
Enoch
PEA
ESSENCE OP HO
Composed rf twenty-five
FORl T'HEC CUREu o a ot i
ness, Irritalion of' tne Th
the Heart, Asithma, Whoo
profuse expectoration, &c
useful for Public
All the attempts at iu.;i o
invaluable remedy have li
-,,': -Iirit z i r.,reputation rd ice sn h en n
I ..i,. i I- .,it. -r i ep ta tion
The .' .', i.. r .. e
SON, has always on hand a
dy, which he sells to agent
terms i as the Proprietors -V
closing him any suin, not l
Banik notes, (free of post
sent ,. .. it. to direc
its i i. a g'
For sale wholesa
JOS. RO
It' 1r, ,, 1 1 | I I.r
It isalso i. t'i I t.. i ..
Hanover and Baltimore st
corner of Eutaw and Pratt s
E. Baltimore and High st'
j : .. ... . .....

PRICES OF S
Reported for the AMERICAN
and Genueral Commission
Gay street. BALI
HANKo STOCKS.
Bank o0 Baltimore,
Union Banik of Marytul
Farmers' astd Mercants' t
Mechlanic's d
Franklin
Commuoerciau and Farmers do
Farmers and Pitnters
Marine
Merchants do
Citizens d
Chesapeake
Western d
P'atapsco Bank of Marylan
Faurtcrs tmank of Marylan
United hStates Bunk, -
RAILROADS & CAN
Baltimore ahd Ohio Rail
Btaltimaore alld Susqoiue
Hnaltiiore and Washington
Frenchtown and Newcastle
lU.;i .l tv I....; .u... ;. | ,
I |11* iIiiiii t .l|i. lI,
uI' nI. l it. il.
Reistertowo, -
York, .---
Frederick, ---
Harfurd, .
INSURANCE STOC
Manylaod, .
Baltimore,- -.-
Nepttnea,
Amrincan, .-.-.-
Baltimore Liet', -
American Life and Trus
Baltimore Fire, -
Merciants do. .
Firemen's, -
PIUIILIC LOA
City Corporation 6 per cent.


5 -
State of Maryland 6 10 ',
5" -
4j -
5 parc. 'iu -,i. ri... Bond
Bult. & ,. ..... I; I 1 ; p. c
It f-''l.I...A'PrSl-.;
[ a ' ' .l.. .r, .. < .,
Gas do
Baltimore Shot Tower do
P'henix do do d.
Waitter do
Bualtimore Steam Packet Co.
Treasury Notes,1 -
Specie, 0---
Ground Rents,- .--
U. States Bank Post No
S. For Sale.
Sales at the New York St
1145 shares U. S. Bank,
75 do. Canto.. Co.,..
STATE SToc...- Iii'.'...
s)tl at 5I, und 1 ',,,,
Our brokers are getting s
and somp of tihe largest r
Others throw out several
James Bank oh Jaminesville,S
the BuHtilo Banks. The de
and tlhe extreme difficulty
mortgages iutio available fun
sion lhat the comptroller (t
ficient to cover the circus
The discount upon such dei
ranges irom 3 to 10 per ce
18 a 20 per c
Sales of Stock at Ph
125 shares U.S. Bank-..
5U Pliilad. &Balto. Ra

NEW YORK
Monday eveni
The sales of Cotton are 600
Smie sinall ibis. of 'JTurpenti
fall sized Northli Co. coimmainid
in brea
The tate for bills on England
Prire bills ion PIaris a, c brisk
hig
Stalen Isand Batink iills ihav
will not go. All other matt
Exchange including Cerrli a s
in distant places are at j
Boston ................ipar a-
Phtladelpltia..............5a b
4. .- teri i, k
IN e .........f,. _
Ricltniond .............5 a-
'Petersburg..............5a-
Norfolk .................do do w
tRaleigh.................doii h
WV llmington...............it) do
,.,rt .i nouri.,.
A g sta .............. 1
.'41 ,........ ... . "7 nr.

Jour.
I'iT rT T'-I I, 'Na
C 1 i t.- i -- .. .'.,.' w .....
wllfiwitg quotations were the ruli
iarket 3. .. ,... i o.,.-..%r.
-'i n wi' t m 1- to flly
i.'.-- I ,in- has been a stea
demand for Wb;- ti1.1 w ,1i ,s..h
utabout 191 i,,.r-. .. ,..i
Grahns-Tir t ri.ivi. I ,.. o
7,000 bushels, a portion of whi
oring port; sales have been eff


stations. About 5000 buahels
Oats have also been received, a
30 t
Flour-The transactions of t
been very light, and confined
bar
Lard-Saveril small lota Wes
disposed of at7
f i. i-..- I.. Liverpool and
ed. I., i1.. i' .imer place we qu
ton, while to ithi latter engag
and I for square Cotton.
taken at $1 per square bag; and
Cour



PORT UF I
rot 0111I ,'. i I..

ARRI
Brig Susan, Lauderman, froM
Left lshipsi Edward, Stotestle
Mar, Dauli, ndo. do; barque
Janeiro, unc; brigs Erie, Gnuio
Ayres, soon; Metamora, Elwell,
i 1 i' t 1 t 1 61.bu g. t n,
N 4 \.l i. t.. 'l. g 4
i i.'. ... .., i..i..-i,. f.,
S Dec. ship IV. I'enu.. d ,,. n
of altimoire, use I. I,- i -
ashore in ithe iiver La Plats, had
Wa. r i;,,1 mnd was expected at
.,1 i.r I'l i. D., Smith, 8n
cargo, to
SBchr. Cinuinuati, Arnaud, 6
h to the
Sloop Mary & Martha, Holhlingc
ed cargo, to
Sloolp Gold Leas, Craniner, 2
dries, to Jo
Steam-packet Georgia, Coffe
Bremen barque going to sea f
at 10 o'clock. Barques Orb aind
and two schts. off th
CLEA
Y Brig Baltimore, Parker, Boston
S deins, Bedell, New York, T. Whi
1 bert, Port Tob
n SAILED-Barq'ie Iosalba,
nah; Colombo, Boston; Virgi
Harp, Rio de Jani
Thie brig Northumberland, Fr
toll, Jaon. arrived at
1 The brig M. aIague, Harvey,
s I I.; 'ir%. .1 atKig
e ih.. ii., irig AnmbassadorCla
SPort Royal, J.
S The brig Alphtnmso, at New Yo
bout Ottl ult. brig Comtiercr
The clir. Jack Downing, Pas
oat Pliladelphia 8lh inst
:%%r i % ,,t t, M ,ch 5-Arr.
.- .i. r I..
o NEW BEDFORD, March 6- b
d from St. J
CI'd. brigs Albert, Aux Caye
- Lien; brig Victo
PORTSMl MUTH, March I-A
March 4-Sil'd. Flor
NEW YORK, March 8-Arc.
London and Ports
Ships Aurora, fiom Palerm
Brig Rebecca C. Fisher, front
March 8, noon--tC'd. Olis8
abethIeiini
Arr. ships Gasto
Barque John W. Cator, fr
Brig James McCobib, froui
- Panther, for New 1laven, soon
ii...Jn .. 2 day-; Mary Girst
., i., for New Haveson
E Planter, forN
trig Alphionso, frioun Mae .iu
tor Boaton, it 6 days; i rh i.
2d iast. lat. 33 25, tng. 72 5
St. Thomas f
l ri I oi .i.l', l s
B riru i. .....,,.i. ,, .i,.l ,.. i ,1
ley, .., r i m .i.t1.. Ci.l ,, i-
S chr. Naipotleon, foM
Below, packet ship RiosciEus,
M Memphis, New Orleans; a
"PH ILADELPI1A, March 9-
tanza-; brig Aldr
Sl'd. batiqiue A
RICHMOND, March 7- Arr. s
takapas; Felect. Ne
t-'clirr. Wao. Kemble, from
Sclirs. Adeline, from B
SI'dt. schro. Colt. de H ussy
NORFOLK. March 6-Arr. schr.
Selrs. Mayflower, fioa Bo
March 7-Upwards of 70 sail o
I1 bi'.. .. .... I H.t.. t,.. i
CII till It ] ..\, 1o th 5-Arr
Schir. Maria, f
March 6-Arr. ship Richa
CI'd. Br. ship Thetis, St. Jo
rie Key,
Below, Br,
March 6, noon-C I.;,. *]r M..
barque Calypso, Bremn. i. ,. I
SAVANNAH, Marc. ,
March 5- C'd. brig MI .,Gie..
S Ind
Arr. brie Excelr
Sclir. William Seymour, fro
pas, l.a; tI-1;...- in-i. i. r Q e
MOBi t1 I . '" \(r ship
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 56-Ci'd
Beltiont. Liverpo l; Mary Fran
pool; Fairfield, New York; liar
tali Marks, London; schrs. T S
delp
Arr. ship Isaac Alle
S Schr. Marion, from Kingsto
Feb. 27-Cl'd. ships Rialto, :Ii, r
shill, Liverpool; barques An,tP
imiuth; Trenlon, Philadelphia
nal, Ke
Art. ship Southpot
Schr. David Rogers

]TOTICE.-The -ttention
our sale of Fine anit
S meres, THIS MORNING
utnh0! O____HE
V' Ia It l -- I$i .. 1 ,
as the Banking houseort
S in;g two hionts, one ott Balt
the oth-er on North street o
dings, which are reti exte
pair, will be sold I H ID D
c lae
At the same time and place
mount ol 3 atid 6 per ct,.
also 125 shares Cumberarlan
of Stock in the Marylan
mil 10 It Wt .
ON1ITI VF. A lF,
SIMPLE PROPERTY
-We remind the public that
chaog", THIS (WEI)NED
10th intist. at ole o'clock,
ble Lot and Improvements No
S at present occupied by Mr.
particular attention ol capit
sate and profitable invest
sitive and the . -I
i.h InI P \1 Vl-:i;
U1XC ,lAt It OCA l
Bill lot .fo 420, 30 da
mt tO {.& i H. R. I I
O [ItP. INDIAN A,
S i- W' BANK NOTi
mnh i0 _
IJPA L' I t-i< I{ .~
.U NOTES, bought
itih 0 1-). 4 li.,si ,
BILLS OF EXCHA
a sums to suit purc
OELRICHS
nub 10

suit purcliaee
F. HODEWAL
nmb 10I P
T REASURY O,-r'F
HOUSE FUNDS
LAMBERT
,mh 10 d4t
W ANTI IJ-1.'J-,it tin
l'tovidence
JONES, WOO
mh 10 d4t
N EW YOtK, PHI
i BOSTON FUNDS, in su
For s
mh 10 JO H N
'YI/HEELING MOP
W mh l0 ____
W 'HlSK Y'y.-25 li
mh 10to .
IAl"eI.8a--5U boxes J
(or sale by
mh 10 P
(JLUVjK.SKiKUD,.-A lot
and for sale by Z
mh 10 r'4'
C LOVEItHs uEgD.-150
vania SEED.


mh 10_o____
ro)t liti VCKRS&-O
LOVEijEKED.--Just ;, h
J. s .t
mh 10_tw P _a
C LOVElIS.EkD.-Pritef
sale by
nih 10 corner Pra
SHOCOLA.I'E.-300 box
brands, for sale by
tmh 10t P wh
IHIEESE-111- casks aud
quality, for sale b
mh 10 P _
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and iorsale by
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mh 10ob ItO t
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rior quality per barque
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BONN ETS-BONNETS-BONNETS.
5THESUBSCRIBERisnow
f opening a handsome assortment
K AL of Florence Braid BONNETS,
Ladies' and Children's and
Misses Levhorn FLATS, all of
fhie latest Spring Fashion-to-
gether with a variety of FAN-
CY GOODS, which will be
sohl very low for cash, at No.
51, BALTIMORE STREET.
mh 10 eo4t M. A. LANKFORD
A LOT OF SUPERIOR MIUT-
TON will be exnoised for sale on WED-
NESDAY, olh inst. ,t Stall No. 26 Cen-
tre Market. 'There is rno particular p'ice
fixed at present. Will be kent on the
same stand the whole year round, eoorn '-I I 1F IN.
mhIO 2t* CHRISTOPHER Hil l \'aN.
1 1 \Hi 1" I-'11 FC H I. -. --1 r -,,1
scriber'r offers a very fine Sorrel MARE
f1 lor sale. She is between andS 8 years
old, trots remain kably fist, perfectly broke
M-i-,to harness, and is sold for no fault, the
* undersigned having no rue onr her. Price $300. For
further particulars enquire at MNoffii's Stables, or of
mh 10t eo4t J. CARIROLL, Jr. Pratt st.
LI Gil I *F-,III -C' %* IlitlA.,- "
BFOR SALE-A very comlbrtabla
and convenient light CARRIAGE. It
w is square shaped in the body, carries 4
inside and 2 on the drivers seat, all under cover, and
Smay be used as a close or opi'. .. i,... adoption. It
was built by Mr. Curlelt of l-. nel) t order, is well
finished, with squabs lor winter rise, summer liiings,
oil cloth cover to body etc., and has been carefully
used about 20 months., It has just been put into conm-
plete repair, and will be sold with or without the
harness. eod8t mh 10
TulE ",MiB't 1|i~tr R i..*,1,1- h,- ,a,,,I.;. l..r
Spast favors, and b-- I- ir tI, state that hestill con-
tinuifes to altend to i ,I -, i .',. ol ACCOUN I'S andi
HOUSE RENTS, GROUND RENTS orany other
outdoor business. Apply at No. 27 Second, or No.5
Second street. WILL IAM EDGAR.
mh l0_ eo_ t C ______
~ M 'Ii.5 %l' 3 I i,., -l .,.-
receiving-some per steamer at N. York from
Liverpool,-a large and beanutiul assortment of Frn-
glish, Scotch and Irish GOODS, suitable for Spring
trade. P mh Io
W~i111iA 1 '1 SI) \ r"( It ^ Inn '.- i, ru* 1-.
Sand hhda. and Gin in barrels and h'lIt' p;p's
and pines. For sale by HENRY 1%1111 L.
Who wants to purchase,
CHECKS or DRAFTS on New Yonk.
mh 10 4t
CORNER. BALTIMORE & CHARLE5
SLinen CAM NBRICS and Linen Cambric Hdkls.
an extensive assortment and on the best terms at
nmh 10 id P CIHA LES JOHN H'A RTS.
I ii T ON 1l" L-. i~.. i. -,n..r'n a n..1n, i., ..ia.r'r
from barques Irad Ferry and Suwarra.from New
Orleans; fr sale by J. M. SLAUGHTER,
mnh 10 Bowly'swh.arf.
CODFISH-75 drums Granid Banki Codltish, large
Size, suitable for retailing, for sale by
WELD & JENKS,
mh 10 4!? P 8 Bowly's whf.
E" NGLISI- CROWN GLASS-9 cnates Eng
lish CROWN IGLA'SS, will be sold very low to
close sales by THOS. B. ADAIR,
mh 10 4t P Communerce st.
F REDUI trI'k LO'ti'Y BACON-20,U00
lbs, BACON, hog round, bright colour and well
cut, for sale by ROSS & GA IROTT,
mh 10 Hollingswoilth st.
iElESHl ROLL Itl 'I r-ft -.- Ilbs. lately
received, in prime order, for sale by
DAVID THURSTON. N. Howard st.
mh 10 4t next Bingham's D)pot.
SOR SALE.-St. UBES SALT, the cargo per
Ship Ocean, about 16,000 bushels, low it taken
from the vessel. Apply to
nmh 10 OELRICHS & LURMAN.
NDIGO.-10 seroons prime Caracas INDIGO,
landing and for sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
mh 10 P 85 Bowlv's wtarf.
] INB APPLE CHEESE.-100 boxes Pine
Apple CHEESE superior quality, for sale by
WELD&JENKS,
mh 10 P 8 Bowly's wharf.
IMOTHY SEED-50 bushels Ohio Timothy
SEED, to be received this day and lor sale by
DAVID THURSTON,
mh 10 4t 1t21 North Howard "t
PrIgEN eRIFFE WIN ..; -5 qr. caks 1'eiaerile
M. WINE, direct importation, for sale by
WELD & JENKS,
mh 10 8 Bowly's whf.
V llfRG1T'% 1 i" L *, CI lF, JOB --., %.11,-
fine Va. Leat TOBA'CCOt), juist received and for
sale by NORMAN & COURTNEY,
mh o0 49 S. Gay at.
H It ALE OIL-2500 a. .r.,,. Bleached Winter
W and Refined Whale (ill., I..r sale by
PARKHURST & NYE,
mh 10 81 Bowly's wharf.
W 61OOL & FEAT1IIERt.S-A small ot each
Sof WOOL &FEATHERS, fobrsaleby
DRAKELEY & FENTON,
mh 10 282 Baltimore street.
WTHITH BEANS-150 bushels White Beans,
in Store, for sale by
A. M. FENBY & CO.
mh 10 cr.,.. P rP.." ..i Ci,, ..1 i.. -,..
LOVER lrCrTimli1 Ii's -.i.i.
100 bushels prime COIA)VFR SEED
20 dto do TIMOTHY ito
Forsale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
mh O 282 Balimotes at.
OihIt-IF 19.A1.I I irlMI1 & ( II 'I LI-.l'.
F L, r-n r, ,I% ,. j F \ 1. l. :-.. .- ...- . ., r.i.,
sing a desirable and splendid assortnient if nuperinr
Florence Braid Bonnets, for sale by cra or drzen at
mh 10 d P CHARLIES JOHN HARIt'S.
ORNN R -BALTIrii'tCi & CHAitI.F74
SParasols and Umhrells. a very extpenrive stork
ofParasolsand Umbrellas. at factory prices, bv case
S ordo7en, at CHARLES JOHN HART'S.
mh o10 I P
LITQ Itebli'rr. P --\ I,. .n -- .. nI I
SQOIORI('E PASTE,Tantillo and Btrter's stamps;
will be sold at a redulcend price to clone soles.
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD.
mh 10 d4t Lombhard street.
CORNER BALTIMORE &,( C'ARLES.
Palm Leaf HATS; 100 cases containing from
common to superfine men ands hoys' plain and varie-
gated Hats; for sale by case or dozen xtreinpeiv low, at
mhO 10 d P CHARLES .JOHN HARTS.
SPELTEIR AND;HANCA TIN-
S 480 plates SPElTER
50 pigs Baoca TIN, for sale by
-PRATT & KEITH,
mh 10 Nog. 27 ant 29 S. Charles st.
I ,I MlOlllTI OS --Is. n.,r by Stonebrakerof
1 '. \ a hnn ..n, t". ir.n. M.I suippoard to weigh
full 3000 lbs. will he offered for sale THIS PAY only,
by MFIXSEL & ST()NEBRAKER,
mhrO Pratt one door East of Howard st.
NEW ORI.E 5Ni Mi'l. 5 i-',i-s-,',., nii.,'s
n ew C ru p N .'. h. t,, ', M i l..\ [-l. ., 1 l i r
article in very prime order, received per barqae irad
Ferry, for sale by J. M. SLAUGHTER,
rob 10 93 Bowlv's wharf.
HITE LEADl-A fressh supply ol C. Davis
& Co. Phila. WHITE I.EA D, dry and in oil,
in all siz'd kegs, now landing for vale at manufactu-
rers prices by PRATT & KEITH,
mh 10 No. 27 & 29 S. Charles__t.
fl ht..AN'-.. M1..i ,.. ..-, i l .-.'.,In,.,. u ,,i ,,-..
Sotp, C< ini|. .ai jlldi ant'l,': inn 'na rr.-.,v
line, on hand and tor sale low tor cash, or to punctual
customers, by WM. & GEe. McLEAN,
mh 10 Lombard, near light st.
D 1I2) VIF S !1-l*' NI) APPLES.-
500 bnshels Dried PEACHES
200 do do APPLFS
For sale by DRAKELY & FENTON,
mh 10 282 Baltimore at.
B RAZIll SUGAR--
200 barrels ( Pernambuco White SUGAR, for
40') bags S sale by
EDWIN ROBINSON,
mh 10 P 12 Commerce st.
4 d0 b BAKRRLS MESS POrtK
150 do PRIME do
Landing and for sale liH
JOHN G. CHAPPELL,
mh 10 eo4tif 83 Srnith's wharf.


P. Iill 0411.-
1000 galls. Winter SPERM OIL
1000 do Fall do do
Bleached and -,ble '.n. 1-. Q..r ,1 v
P.\l. .ll I1' & NYE,
mh 10 81 Bowly's wharf.
SIPUN -(ITB. '4.). &c.-
200 boxes' r.sh1 Branch & Co, qr. lb. roll TOB.
30 do "Z-.lr,,n'"5's lump do
52 do do 12's do do
Landing and for sale by
NORMAN & COURTNEY,
mh 10 P 49 S. Gay St.
l OUR GLASS GIN-The subscriber sole
SAgent for this superior flavored tGIN, has lately
received per different arrivals from Holland a superior
lot of fifty pipes which is ofleredI on reasonable tmrnm.
C. W. KARITHAUS,
mh 1" No. 9 C'nmmnerce street.
BACON.--
20,000 Ibs. Western BACON, Hog round
5000 do Prime HA 1AMS
5000 do zlIil.ll I- For sale by
Lilt \l. -\l.V & FENroN,
mi t10 282 Btltimore sr.
TO DEN1'1IS'TS.
rlJ dh [it STOCKTON'S TEETH,
1 t.i01 0 -assorle just received fronim the
manufacturer, anid for sale by
DAILY &; ARNOLD,
il JO0 d4t Sharp, near Ballitnrom st.
T IAN UFACTUI'E15 TOBACCO-
.L1 50 boxes 5's Lump Mackenzie
28 do 12's do Royrll
15 do lhbs. Miles
15 half do do do. Landing perachr.
E. S. Lamden, for sale by
CHARLES D. DeFORD & Co.
mh 10 tw No 61 Smith's wharf.
NT..,L'i'tthY T5)B kCCO, CLOVERSEFD,
,-ItA 0 1N --
tai. l, K5 .,-'r', piinucky TOBACCO
":, ii.h, In- 1 VERsiEED
60,000 lbs. prinie BACON, ass'd
200 kegs No. I LARD
40 bbis. BEEF, prime No. I. For sale by
JOHN S .L IVAN & SON,
mb 10 d4t No 26 Light st. wharf.

IARLSTON GtNGHAMS.-We have just
. Sp received one case Rich Plaidt Earlston GING
HAMS, a new and heautiltul article lor Ladies D)re-,-
as, which we can sell by the piece or retail very chap.;
DORSEY & NELSON,
No. 13 Baltimore stret, 3rd door
mh 10 2w West of Market S pace.
EMPLOYMENT W.N'NTE:D- \ rinI?' rman
who has been a resident .1 1 r: a, I.. --' r- I
years, is desirousof olia, Ii.i,. -. L. -ni '.'' as Bar keep-
er in a Hotel, (no ir t1 c .[r- .1 % *l-- I louse) would
be willing to go to any partof the United Siates. He is
a good accountant and possesses qualifications impor-
tant to Hotel keepers. His references are unexcep-
tionable. Having been in mercantile pursuit, would
have no objection to employment in that line; or any
oiher resp.cnail ;accii.patiar. A line directed "Hein.
rich," Post Office will receive prompt attention.
mh 10 41il*


BRAID BONNETS AND RIBBONS.
R IDGLEY & SON, 15 Baltimore Street,are re-
ceiving from the Eastern manufactors and im-
porters, a large assortment nf new Iiy, %.l .:.otds
embracing all tlhe latest Fashions n .j aintiC"h to
which we call the attention of purchasers.
Also, a large assortment of new style-Rich RIB-
BO)NS-Fi.-r mth .,r I nl, In-t .P. ints-Black and Blue
Black B' I \1B' ZI \ l'.' -il.n- i Lusting and Gro-de-
Swiss,6Gro ,n. N..i.-~iil: i .,n.n and Worsted Hose
and Gloves-Book, Jaconet, Swiss, Cambric and
Mull Muslins; Linen Cambric, Linen Cambric Hdf-;
Manchester Gingham. Black and Colored; 6 4. 7-4
anid 3-4 Diaper and Crash; Uatnbroons, Linen Drill
and French Linen. With a full a-surtmient of Do-
, ..1' -: I I- nil and Brown Gools-to which we call
.. I,'..'i of those wto want g i t-,r il', ruin
Dry Goods and Straw G.)ods-as we :i ....r. .- fheap
andl Franklin Bank Notes received in payment.
mh 10 1 P WSMW4t
.1 A 1V A N -- 1 f L I l- I ; 1 .
P 0. BRI1EN, (late mannlacturer to DAY &
MA NTIN L.ondon,) challenges any minmutac-
iurer in the United Slates to produce an article that
will vie with his Paste Blacking in any of its admira-
ble qualities, it being manufactured Iron entirely dit-
lerpnt materials from those now in urse. Packed in
boxes of I gro. eacn, and lor sale in anny quantity by
J. FORNFY GROVE,
ih 10 dim 21 S-outh Charlesst.
F LAT CAlP-
Io cases Ames'No.2 Flat CAP
6 "l Hludson'.A Fine do
4 Speed &Sinclair tdo
Just received anrd or sale by
OTIS SPEAR, 21 S. Charles st.,
mh 10 Agent lor the Manufhcturers.
BUTTER & LA1D-
200 kegs No. 2 and 3 Weslerni.BUTTER
50 do Glades do
20 bbis. Roll do
150 kegs No. I LARD
il bbls. do do. For sale by
DRAKELEY & FENTON,
mh 10 282 Baltimnore st.
133 BALES MANUFACTURED TO-
*3<> BACCO--
60 boxes ("J. ThIomnas.,jr.") lb. lump Tobacco
30 do 32's Inmp do
43 do ta's do do"
Just received and to. z 1 q''
N(OM.\.\ & COURTNEY,
mh 10 48 S. Gay st.
r _-,.l ;- I -' Ai ,. 1. n..1 -1;h .... -
l ture-
18 qr. casks Old and extra quality London Par-
39 sixths 5 ticilar TEN ERIFFE.
90 qr. casks London Particular Tt' ,,;il -
14 qr. casks Lonton Mlarket
12 rights TENERIFFE.
5t qr. casks of Cargo rdo. For ssle by
mh 10 P .1. L. M. SMITH. 21 South st.
ARNISHES Ac.-
V Coach and Furniture Varnishes, old and super.
L.inseed OIL. Boiled in bbils
Lamp BLACK, in paper and bulk
Gilberts STARCH, in boxes
Ground Dye WOODS, ass'd
Indigo PASTE, in jars. Just received and for
sale by J. FORNEY GIOVE,
nih 10 21 S. Charlesst.
LOCKS, CLOCKS--
S0 cases thirty hour wood CLOCKS (Bronze)
6 do do do do (Bevelled)
10 do do Alarm do do
5 do do Brass 0. G. do do
15 do eight day wood do
8 do thirty hour extra wood 0. G.
6 do do dto do round side
4 do do do brass do
Received direct from the manufacturers, and for
sale on favourable terms, by
OTIS SPEAR,
No. 21 South Charles street,
mh 10 Agent lor the MIanufacturers.
l 1,^ L 1, 11 ~ 6i %2i i.Lt., (.'Li'' itS. Pr_,.1 IlL
III BARLEY, &c,-
200 pounds MACE
200 do NUTMEGS
500o do Pearl BARLEY
1000 do CLOVES
20 bags PEPPER
50 boxes MUSTARD
50 kegs GINGER
50 boxes Cayenne PEPPER
CHOCOLATE. RICE FLOUR, &c. For sale by
WM. & GEO. McLEAN,
mh 10 Lombard, near Light at.
PL,AYING CARDS-
S 4 cases Clehoie's Eagle I'l .',li. CARDS
6 do rio Hlihl'nrter ,do do
3 do d o t 'i -i'' do do
3 do do Merny Andrew do
2 do Abbot & Ely's Eagle do rd'
3 do Harry 8;h do do
4 do IDecatur do tdo
5 do Highlander do do-on hand
and for sale at manulactlhrern prices, by
OTIS SPEAH,
No. 21 South Charles street,
mh 10 Agenrt 'for thIe manufacturers.
00 &*i. H'A & vi;. -
30 cases Men's thick Brogans, various qualities,
45 Kip -
20 Boys Thick "
15 Kip
20 Youtts Kip "
30 Thick "
20 ." Men's Rousset "
10 Black Motocco SLIPPERS,
50 Seal, Grain andl Kip BOOTS,
15 C" ait, Sewed and Pegged "
15 Boys Fine "
50 ,omen-, miss & dcild's. Shoes R Boutt,
15 Men's Black and White Russia HATS,
10 N.ipt "
10 Silk "
Received and for sale by OTIS SPEAR,
nmni 10 No. 21 S. Ch-arle- street.
lI .I. -?,l &'r% 11 ai-i i' l ..1 L I. S I" I1I I i'%-
1 CASES superior Gentlemen's, Boys,
S Youlti ah, anI Infants Double and Single
rim I11.IIOIRN HATS, comnprising tlhe comple-test
assortmineit ever ol-;,red in this market and at extreme-
ly low prices.
100 cases PALM LEAF HATS, from common
quality to superfine inclusive, of every des-
cription, both white arid colored, for Men
anil Boys,
50 cases Ladies andN Misses FLORENCE Braid
BONNETS, of the newest styles and sJ. ,
80 eass English and otlher STRAW Ihr\.
NETS,
100 cases PALM LEAF IHOODS, for Ladies
and Misses,
10 cases STRAW CAPS, for Infants. The a-
hove Goods recently received, and for sale ly
case or dozen, cheap at
CHARLES JOHN HART'S,
Corner Baltiumore and Charles streets.
mh In 0 l P
B 'r 1 % III \ r^i r :> u, ,: .... I. i li ,1
S SHOES, received per recent arrivals fromn Bos-
tor, fresh fromtuManufacmhirers, on consignment, and
for sale by the case, only, at manufacturers prices-
among which are
100 cases Men's grained and seal, welteid, peg'dl Boots
75 do do de do pump sole do do
30 do do Calf anti Morocco do do do
25 do rIo Calf weltedI do do
15 do do fine Caul stitched do
100 do do prime Kip do do
20 ho rio do do sewed do
30 do do do thick 1'o do
20 do Boys anud Youths do dho do
75 rho Mens prnme Kip p'g'd Munroes
15 do do rho Calf do and sewed do
50 do Boys do Kip png'd do
30 do Youths grain'd and Kip do do
65 do Mens prnme thick do Brogans
45 do do common do do do
30 do Boys anl Youths do do do
25 do Women's grain'd & Kip sewed and peg'd
Wells
15 do do Calh sewed and peg'd Boots & Welts
30 do do fine Kid andl Morocco Slippers
Womens Lasting Slippers, Gaiter Boots; Misses
Childreus Shoes, &e. &c.
MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
mmi 10 d2m P 23 South Charles st.
NEW GOODS
T HOMAS A RMSTRONG, No. 157 Baltimore,
between Light aadCbaieasts.-HHas just re-
turned beoto New York, with a full assortment of ve-
ry superior FRENCH FANCY GO)ODS, to which
hue invites the attention of his Wholesale and Retail
customers.


Rich new style MOUSLIN DE LINES
New style French and Enzlish Chintz Prints
8-1 rich damask silk SHAWLS, spring patterns
Embroidered and striped SWISS MUSIANS
Coloure I Paris LAWNS; black Lace VEIL.S
Colored CRAPE LOSSES; Crimped LAWNS
Striped and plaid GINGHA M1S; Victoria Skirts
French neen is worked COLLARS
Do EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
English & French Thread Laces and Edgings
Superior bik, blue blk & wnite Italian CRAPES
Yr.,-i.ii and French Silk HOSIERY
Extra Linen Cambrics and do. HDKFS.
India Grass LAWNS and oiled SILKS
Ponee, Spitt.lfihd and Cord Silk H)DKFS.
Ladies' anid Gent's best Par. KI I) GLOVES.
BONNETS & RIBBONS,
The handsomest assortment ever offered in this
market.
Embroidered Crape, Gro de Nap, Set & Piece Ribbons
Nos. 16, 14, 12, & 9 oEnbra striped arid fig'd. doo
Super super plaid Set and Piece do
Embroidered, striped, plaid and shaded do
Rich new style Chene do
Embroidered, plaid and shaded Cap Ribbor.s
Plain Satin. I hit-in.h; a-' oIro de Nap do
Florence ,., 1:11 ,i sI urnew Spring patterns, from
common to extra super super
Misses and Children's braid Bonnets & English straw
(do. it every variety
Ladies' English double and split straw Bonnets, new
patterns L.nd very fine
English colored double straw anid American colored
anid split straw Bonnets
White and colored Willow HOODS, by the case, do-
zen or retail
l.adies and Misses Leghorn FLATS, all Nos.
Boys and Innan's leghorn HATS, some very fine
French andi Engiish Foundations, Crowns anid Crown
Lining
Bonnet Wire, and MILLINERY GOODS generally,
Which, together with the usual large stock ot STA-
PLE GOODS, are offere.h wholesale and retail, ntn
pleasing terms, and at lowest market prices.
THO'10 AS AR MISTRONG,
No. 157 Baltimore s'ueet,
mh 10 Betwensm Light and Charles st
CITV REGISTERS' OFFICE,
Blttimonre, March 9:1, 1841. t
N COMPLIANCE with a Resoluionm of lthe
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, notice is
hereby given that HeniytccEld.erry and others have
applied to thiel Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
to have the i-.ii ... partsif streets in the City ofi
Baltimnore opened een-iv'tv to th ti in'-ion mnade of the
real estates ol the I, i 'mas McEtdeiry, viz. Caro-
line street fioni Union Alley to Monument street -
Eden street from Jefferson street to the outlines of the
real estate of thie hi e Thomas McElderrv, being a
point about one hundred anrt sixty feet north from
Monument street. Little AlcEld rrvy street tromu
Canal street to Baltimore street, and Jeffeison street
from Bond street to Market street
mhI O dlw JESSE HUNT, Regisfer.
N'OTICI ; Iro i.:-.-. ti-, ,--. John B.Gauli-nean
Insolvent debtor, are hereby notified to produce
their claims against him duly authenticated, to the
subscriber, or to George Earnest, Esq. auditor, on
or before the tenth day of April next.
EDWARD HINKLEY, Trustee.
wih 10 law4w R


DAILY SOUTHERN MAIL,
VIA THE CHESAPEAKE BAY AN) PORTS-
MOUTH AND ROANOKE RAIL-ROAD.



r HIE BALrTIMORE STEAM-PACKET
r COMPANY announce' to the public liat thlbe
boats of their fin.- c.,i -u.i of Ihe ALABAMA,
Captain Sutton; i ,.n .i .1 \, Captain Coffey; and
JEWESS, Captain Holmes, having undergone a
thorough overhaul during thie past winter, are now in
complete order, therefore the daily line to the South
via NORFOI.K and PORTSMOUTH wi l be ie-
suined on Monday the 15th of March, and run in
accordance with the following schedule until changed
by the Post Office Department.
Leave Baltimore daily at 4 o'clock, P. lM.
Arrive at Portsmouth, at 7 A. Al.
Leave Portsminth, at 8 A. NIM.
Arrive at Weildon, at4 P. M.
Wait there until I o'clock, A. M. for thie Peters-
burg train.
Leave Wetldon at 1 o'clock, A. M.
Arrive at Wilmingtonu at 1 o'clock, P. M.
Leave \ ,lii,. -t..n, immediately and arrive in Char-
lesion next morning to breakfast.
It will be seen by the above schedule that in order
to render the connexion certain, it is only necessary
for thIe Cars of the Portsmouth anid Roanoke Rail
Road to arrive at Weldon prior to I o'clock, NM.
whereas they uniotbrnly arrive before dark-if there-
tore a detention should take place at any point be-
tween Ialtimore and Weldon, not occupying more
itan NINE HOURS, the traveller can by no pos-i-
.inn i .i i I at any point north of Wilmnington.-
h, I I '.I ,ItN one of the above boats will leave
Norlobik every night at 10 o'clock, and cross over to
Portsmouth where she will wait the arrival of the
Cars Irom Weldon, and depart for Baltimore as soon
as the passengers and -;. ;e are on board, arriving
here in about 14 houin .1,- departure from Ports-
mouth. The passengers having enjoyed all the corn
lorts of a good nights rest, and partaken of as good
fare as could be provided in the very best Hotel in
thie Country.
Traveliers bound to Richmond or Petersburg by
leaving Baltimore on Monday, Wednesday or Friday,
sleep on board the bay boat, are transferred to the
James River boat next morning, and arrive at their
place ol destination the same dcy by 3 cr 4 o'clock,
P. M. JNO C. MOALE,
General Agent Baltimore Steam-Packet Company
Passage (and fare onboard) to Weldon, $14 CO
Pas-age and fare to Richmond .............. 10 (0
Passage and late to Norflolk............... 8 00
mh 10 PRC dtfl
r ': I. I<.11 I' i'T/ii ITT.'l'. ti- tu i ,%. HI 1 II-
MOND, FROM No. 5 LIGHT ST. WHARF.
!.s--,T rThe steamboat COLUM-
,A "" -_ iItS, Captain Parrish; will
,- m I. rve Light street wharf, for
SIth-r above places, on SAT-
U I.;'IL-\ 'lt1.1 N NI \T, the 13th of March, at
4 o'clock. For freighi .in.pi I.
JA('i li I t\NNT,Jr. Agent,
nmh 10 PR d4t No. 5 Light street wharf.
PASSAGE TO MATT'HEWS, GLOUCES-
TEll & MIDDLESEX Counties, Virginia.
ll The steamboat COLUM-
-I .l'-, Captain Parrish; will
I.s,,e Light street wharf on
SS.IATURDAY EVENING
Ni.\ I mm. i in i ln A ri.h, .i I o'clock, for Lumpkin's
Landing, Matthews county, wher- ]...-.--.,; can
get a conveyance to any of the ....'.. ,,.,,.r.u -
Passage and lare, $5. For freight apply to
JACOB BRANDT, Jr. Agent,
mh 10 to No. 5 Light street wharf.


p 11L.\'PORI'.i I'.I.I- illu % o l LI,' E
TO PI''TSBURG.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
H AVE (luring the Winter increased their facili-
ties and are now prepared to forward Goods via
Susquehanna rail road and Pennsylvania Public Works
to Pittsburg.
The -. r' r.i .n, of Goods is em'1-.ir.rlv guarded
amain't by this Line-as the goods remain in the same
(.I, E .... i in which they are loaded in Baltimore
until their arrival at Pittsburg.
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
De ot No. 68 North street, near the Post Office.
imh 10t) JOHN WEST, Agent.
PIANO FOIL I'ES.
-_ __ JUST RECEIVED and for
lsale by SAM'L. CARUSI,No,
_-- 1 84 Baltimore st. two very elegant
PIANO FORTES, direct fromu
1the New York Manufacturing
Company, which will be sol at their prices on libe-
ral terms.
NEW MUSIC-The Selected Inaugural March,
composed hby a Lady of Maryland, and the Installa-
tion of General Win. H. 11i r ';i..N- N... !r,.land my
home oe'r the sea, by J. 1 -...'I. .- i.i- n to Pro-
vi c ', by Win. Andre-together with all the late pub-
lictions Irom Boston, New York and Pthil,.tlnl.a
The Songs from the celebrated Opera e 'v.in. oi.a, t1.
Bellini. SA MNI'L. CARUSI.
mh 10 eo(!6t P
T ILRUSTEE'S SALN.-By virnue of a
.' f. o0h' ,pu, ,.. r..'..... n C..i,,t m in.
L i Ei.. ,,11i ,. th- II r,'- i..n e.ni. n I . .'. ,li' "u-
at pu llie sale, on I tIll -A iit I .1 'a'-'1I tpril next,
at 4 o'clock, P. M., on the premises, their following
prop.'rfy:-
A LOT OF GROUND, situate on the west side of'
Lerew's Alley, beginning at a point distant 150 eut
from the southwest corner of said alley and Franklin
street, fronting 35 feet on lerew's alley, anrd running
back 75 feet, subject lo an annual ground rent ol one
cent, it dn'manoled. This Lot is improved by a two-
i.., Fl< AI ME and a two story BRICK D)WELL-
lNm. HOUSE, and has the I 'ma I...- of in alley, run-
ning Irom ithe back part of n .. I.. into Howard st.-
The Houises will be sald separately, i. it should be
faountd i'esirable.
A Is, a LOT' OF GROUND, situate on the southern
side ot lRoss street, near is intersection with Eutaw
stret; ftronling 2i) feet on Rouis street, With a depth of
from 34 to 50 leet, and subject to an annual ground
rent of fifteen dollars, 'l'This Lot is improved by a
handsome Iwo-story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
with a back building, being the second himse from
tne southwestern intersection of Ross and Eutaw
streets; and with the s.ae privilege ol an alley run-
ning from the yard into Ross street.
The Title to the above property may be examined
up'm application to the Trustlee.
Terms of sale are, one hall in cash, and the balance
on a cr,.it of six months, with security to be approv-
ed by the Trustee. W M. F. FRICK, Trustee.
mhi 10 2aw2w3awlvwvds
F7 1l,i I .I&. ,SAl.n,K.-By vi tune ot a decree of
S Balimor' County Court, sitting as a Court of
Equity, hie subscriber, as Trustee, will sell at public
auction, on THURSDAY, the eighth day of April
nexi, et 4 o'clock, P. M. on thei premises, the il
lowing parcels oh Gtrounni tr. i .'.''i of Ba timore-
1 A PABCELO(hI.'I(,"I.'NI,, described as lol-
lows: Beginning for the same on lhe west side of
Washingion street, at the distance of sixty five heet
sax inches southerly hromi he corner formed by the
interst-ction al the south side o0 Cro-s sTreet, anul lthie
said west a ... t I \. ,i r,,,.u m. shteet, anil rnnning
thence soutlh. nr\ i ,.,.,inir i n .'.li ,.i..,, -ineet, 25
fiet tience \,e u ..,- 1 I n..11 'in ,m i ''i.. ...i eighty
tao leest m i.nn .ini i n.,.-i n .iet or thereabout wide;
tIrence nortberly, bounding on that alley twenty five
beet andolIence easterly by a straight line eighty two
leet, to tin. le.,cinrince
2. A P.IlAi i I. Irla GROUND, dmscribeii as 1.1-
lows: Beginning for the same on the east side of
Back street at the distance of sixty leet southerly
Irom the corner formed by the intersection of the
south sine of Cross street and the east side of Back
street, and running thence southerly bounding on Back
street twenty live feet, then easterly parallel with
Cross street. eighty two fiet to an alley sixteen feet
or thereabout wide,thence northerly hounding on that
alley in part aumd parallel with Back street twenty
five leet, and then'.s' i we.'.'ml\ l'S .*in..in .Ili line eigh-
ty two lest to I.. r..:n ini, 1.1ai-.-t-., i!i... same lot
mentioned in ta ..t .*I in,''. ... r., in ',i.-i. Hall to
Ellen DOempster, *,'..! n i. *l ..m. I I ,. I'.I r I records of
Baltimore Count'. ''.tiir, ,, I n'.., t\ r,. No. 182,
foilo 186, &c.
Tlie terms of sale are, one half in cash on the day
ofsale; and the balance in six months with interest
from the day of sale; to be secured by thie notes or
bonds of thre purchaser with security to be approved
by the Trustee. DAVID STEWART,
mol 10 ]aw3w&(ls Trustee.


O RIPHIAA COURT SALE.-Will be solo dt
public sale by order of the Orphan,' Court lor
Baltimore county, oni THURSDAY, the 8th day of
April next at 4 o'clock, P. M. on the premises, sitia-
ted on the corner o(' Cross and WV.,. ihi 'rm.el,
Federal Hill, a Lot of Groutrn mr..(,.l ,.. i r'...
street about 90 1 feet, and running b '.. a 'r., ...
j l .teet 65 feet more or less; on which are erec-
IM .'I two small BRICK HOUSES .tnd an old
i ;' house; the whole subject to a ground rent
ot one per cent per annnium it demanded. It will be
sold in two lots if required.-Terms of sale as pre-
scribed by the Court -" cash, tihle other 3-4 on a cied-
it of 3, 6 and 9 months with interest andi approved se-
curity, being part of the personal estate of Win. T.
Demipster, deceased.
DAVID STEWART, Adm'r.
mh 10 lai3wdts P with the will annexuin.
DESIRABLE I)WELLING FOR
A I I' --No. 39 Courtland street, occupied by
i.- ,ibscriber. It has two genteel parlors, a
very comfortable breakfast room, obur chambers; two
finished garrets in the Iront, and two in the back build-
ing for seivant,-; a convenient kitchen, spacious dry
cellar, pantitries, closet, &c. The neighborhood is res-
pectable; situation healthy, wvter good. It will be
sold on a liberal (rentit, or Bank Stock will be received
in payment. Enquire oft' J. LONEY,
Farnners' and Merchants' Bank.
FOR HIttIE.-A NEGRO MAN accustomed to
both im-door and out-door work. Enquire as above.
mh 10 eoat
]FOil. SALE Ol It EtNT.-A coinm,.-
iot- and remarkably well finished three stouy
i ifltWELIANG, with a ba,nement, situated ii
Pleasant near St. Paul street. The House was built
a few years since, is in thorough repair, has two par-
lors with marble mann. ... ; ,- -in m, and seven
chiimbers, with arched t-mrin i,-. i!) dhry, arid pon-
sessing every other convenience for the accommino-
dation of a respectable family. Enquire at thlii offic-
hnit 1 ec4t _
JIll 1. i I' l/ 'a T i .,a i,'rn .. 11 n. ,l,,1

a ~ ~ i t'< 'T. .*l-.t- i inn .''.ul.' mV I ''~~r T
" SI 1.512% t. .,C: \, in N I'l~) 'in i, I, i'i. Nm in.,
who is a first rat e sanil at the business-and of
sober, indhtislrious habits, w.ll hear of a situation bv
applying to GEORGE R. GAITHER, No 203 Balti-
more street. I6! imh It)
ig 5 A {T> r IS 5 i'5 i 1.1 i. i n .... I, i ,I
o uicome well recoimmpnred' i,' e I I - .. vill be
given. TH0OS. D..11, i \ i\,-,
at Johniston & Lee's,
mhb 10 4t corner ofCalvert & Baltimore sAt.
[r .U~llo t l i. l o '- l j l *ildli i.... r ....... i ,.!.,i
for sale by FILl 'I.,1. ii', AS, Jr.
138 Baltimore street .
The Old Curiosi'y Shop, anid otter l ales, by Cesa.
D ckens, wilh numerous il'ustrations.
No. 21 o f Master Hutnphrev' (Clock. mih 10
( ozN --H .,.I rii l' 'l iit :'.. N i .lj,.i I
received.
The Curiosity Shop, complete in one handsomely
bound volume, For sale by
KNIGHT & COLBURN,
mh 10 174 Baltimore street,
V INEGA R-Superior Cider VINEGAR, con-
stantly for sale wholesale and retail, by
JACOB SAUMENIG,
fe 19 eolm Howard at. 1 door'N, of Pratt sat.


CITY OF BALTIMORE.
ORnDeIA CES.
N., ",
An Ordinance to chtiapet ihenairnE of L.ong lane in the city
Beitenacted and t,-.i'... 55 tin, t.,..n.rand City Councitof
Baltimore, That tle hnr i i .. l .i' in, be and Ihe saine a
herebny changed 0o a- i.. inu: ltti n. ,a rfter by thie niame of
Lewis street, and the ,, a .srnl .,..-.r- .tn in-l required
to wake thIe change or.n irh ma1 .- llh- in(-L
Iil2.' IN'%-OER,
Preslfent of the First Branch.
ROB. HOWARD,
prsildeit of the Second Branch,
Approved March 1st, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.
Na.6.
A Supplement to an Orditinace eritied an Ordinance relative
to the ifieirs olitIe city.
Section 1. Be it enacted aor orisined by the Mayor and City
Council of 1Baltimore, That ii thin year all the city officers,
whose niouniriiaions have nt 1enit finally acted on, may be
appointed ait any tinime during' Ih annual session, and shall
cutier upon the discharge of lie Aifies of their respective of-
fil's oi Ilre tlay next ucceeilinghis or their apion iint eint,
anything in any Ordinanice hmreteore passed to the contrary
notwithstanding.
HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First t ranch.
R13O. HOWARD,
Preidet of the Second Branch.
Approved March 2d, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.
lR BRAHAM'S PRAND SACRED
CONCERT, on THURSDAY EVENING,
March 11. 'The place will i named to-inoarow.
PARI 1.
Overture-(Messiah)--Mr.Hayter, Handel.
Recitative-Mr. Bralhan, "Comlort ye my
People." Handel.
Air-Every Valley,
Song-Mrs. Franklin, Rejoce greatly 0
Daughters of Zion,
Recitlative-Mr. Braham, Thy rebuke
hath broken his Hrart."
Air-" Behold and see," Handel.
Song-Mrs. Franklin, Bulthou didst not
learn," Hlandel,
Recitative-Mr. Braham,n"le that dwel-
letht in Heaven," Handel.
Air', "Thou shalt dabh i',.-r- pieces,"
P \ n II
In'roduclion-Organ, Mr. iyter.
Recitative-Mr. Brahair, Deeper and
Deeper still'.' Handel.
Jeptba's rash vow to sacrifice, his Daughter, Handel.
Ai--"Waft hrr Angels,"
Recitative-Mrs. Franklin,mnd God said, Hayden.
Song-"On mnighty wings.'
Song-Mr. Braham. Rockl in the Cradle
of the Dee o nighl:
Song-Mrs. Franklin, "Grains agimnus 'tibi.'
il artlin Luther'sJudgmnent fymnn.
To comUmence at 71 o'clck. Tickets 9l, to be
had at the usual place.. mih 10
AMERICAN TIIEA RE --FRONT ST.
THIRD NIGHT (f MB. BOOTH.
THIS EVENING, MARCH 10,
Will be acted, tie Tragedy ot
RICHAID III.
RICHARD ...................Mr. BOOTH.
Buckingham,............... Mr. FENNO.
dnnichmond,..................Mr. C. HILL.
Queen Elizabeth.............Mrs. KNIIGHT.
During the evening a Yariety of Songs, &c.
To conclude wii thie farce of
FRIGHTENED TO DEATH.
Pr. i. .. .i ...... Mr. C. HILL.
On lii-n...in. Mi i L, '-,S Benefit and last
night.
In preparation, a splendid Drama, called the CHI-
NESE ,LA Or, Bieaken Ahead.
Prices ot Admnision-Bo:es 51 cts.--Pit 25 cts.--
First Colored Gallery 50cti.-SecondsColored Galle-
ry 25 cts.
Onj-Doors open at 6 o'cltck-performance to corn
mnence precisely at 7 o'clock mhh 10
IIOLLIDAY ''STR:-I' THEATRE.
Oir-Doors will open at haf pa t six, and the Curtain
will rise at mall past' o'clock precisely.
THIRD NIGI'T' OF THE
N AIADQUEEN,
Which has been produce rin a style of Magnifi-
cence and ibplendour, lever before attempted
in ltt city.
The Manager has mrtch pi -si re in announcing
that he has maile arn a ;-. rii. w with Mr. W. E.
BURTON, for the use of tht entire splendid Dresses,
Gorgeous Appointments, Armour, Banners and Tro-
phies. produced by him at his Theatre. in Philadel-
ptiia, at an expense oh upwards of live thousand dot-
lars. ThIe Scenery entire new. introducing novel
anid wonderful effects, never eftre attempted, paint-
ed by the American Artist, J. R. SMITH, Esq. The
extensive Machiuery a,. I i.,s..' int,...e .nn' it. under
the direction of Mr. Jin ,i11 .,. I n. whole
will be produced under the immediate sunperint'end-
enceof SMr. JOSEPH FOSTER.
THIS EVENING, MARCH 10TH,
Will be pre-ented, the nev, original, mythological and
Romantic Dranma of
TIHE NAIAD QUEEN:
i. .Tl,.. aI t.!.ri- ,-.i the Lulei Burg.
F or p, i ,i:,n] ,,.1 r b*il ..
jt-Boxes 75 cts.-Pit 50 ets.-Gallery 75 cts.
fii-Tickets and places for the Boxes to be taken
daily at the Box office finom 10 uniil 2, and Irom 3
till o'clock. mh 10
PASSAGE FOR MIADEIRA.-T''he
A first class c..it..n-.I and copperfastened schr
MAle's' WILKES, 1. i'. Speight, master; having sui-
peiior accommuomlations oor passengers. For passage
only, apply to the captain o il board, Spear's wharf,
orto GRANVILLES. OLDFIELD,
mnh 10 d Lombarl d st.
FOI FO MOBILE-Re.'amar Line-' lie cop-
ru-n taslenerd and coppered scbr. COLUMBIA,
Capt. Kirwan. For height on I '. ,...' .'I-li i
'1 II l Hi IIa i I1 ,
n,h 10 5 Spear's wharf.
i" a' t .' t5 I % .5 Si i ,' tIf -
'[ I 'I % I' ,L I nn-.. in,, 'in tl ,i0 'I . er.
H iaih il~ji' \,I'nn Ii'm. \ I-'- ninn uin .., i j.' jce
having gour accommodations, apply to
'ITHUS. HOOPER,
_inmh 10 5 Spear's wharf.
SI'l I t. 1 IMTlINe'IO^ 1(. N .\ %c.1,d
I VESSEL will be dispatch for the above port,
It sumlicient freight offers. Apply no
JOS. HANKEY,
mnh 10 d4t corner Pratt st. &8 Spear's wharf.
f tI OK C1HARLESTON- -Despaitch Line
rI -This I)ay-The last sailing packet schr. E.
a t E'NI.',, will sail as above, and can yet lake tihe
bulk of Ito0 bbis. For freight of which or passage,
having superior accommodations, ,i\'i to
L I', COHEN,
mh 10 P No. 74 Bowly's wharf.
AIk III C l % iLL Sr (. : -- Iti. ,, -e brig
WANKINCO, Capt. Howland; having 3-4 of
her cargo engaged, will be despatched in a few days.
For balance of freight or passage, having handsome
accommodations, apply to
THOS. WHITBIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
JOHN K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
bmh 10i P
[i,. ~lllii NESS W liRki- l...r r'. C";. .:.unr
B I.,m. --This D)ay--The regular line schr. RO-
t 1ri I 1 I-1., P. Atwell; master; can take a new light
packages, amnd sail as above. ForIneight of which ap-
apply to 59 Smith's whart.
min 10 J. W. BROWN,
I-ISIS N TrTls5' XURKi-Ohn1 fegualar Lunre
A. .--I',, Iu,. ir. ular packet schr. MILLIS-
_.. I I uta. s,.',', ,; haymng the principal part of
her cargo on t., iil, will have quick despatch. For
freight apply to ISAIAH MANKIN,
mh 10 P Corner Gay and Pratt sts.
S FOR PHILADELPHIA-Regular C'a-
n.,I Line-To sail T'his Day-'The line sloop
I .u h I \ I-, Sanford, master. For freightt apply to
JOS. HANKEY,
mh 10 Corner Pratt st. anri Spear's wharf.
S I 'tOKl PHIL ~l:hLPHIA-Hand's Ca-
m-,ll ,,,-'-This Day-The regular line sloop
1, I. I. ni.nlt uP, 'Thos. Hand, master. F.,- ici.lI .t,-
ply to J. W li>nui\WN ,
mhl 10 P 59 Smith's wharf.
SNOltt'OLK AND PETERSBURG
PACKET-Hooper's Old Line-'To go to the
whann at Petlrb'ir.'--The line schr. JOHN ROW-
LETT, Capt. 1 sin.:-; now loading at the lower end
Spear's wharf, will have immediate despatch. For
height apply to THOS. HOIOPEtO,
5 aI ,.ln's wharf.
Reference-Jas Honper & Sons. mhi 10


tf'.01;ln.Lk AND PETERSBURG
pl In h.-. I'.--nNew I.|,,--Fm .I '.- .-el-The
line schooner SAIRA'I'OGA, .,ini'l 'lIi'ai, master;
is now loading, and having part of her cargo engag-
ed, will have despaich. For freight apply on board
at O'Donnell's wharf', or to ,%1 M OORE,
mh il10 Cloriier Smith's whamf & Pratt st.
6-C NORFOLK AND PETERSBURG
S PACKET- Regular Line-To go to Peters-
burg wharl-To sail on Wednesday-The packet
schr. UNITED STATES, Lucas, master; is now
loading at head of Spear's wharf, and will sail as
abave. For freight apply on board, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
mh 10 Corner Pratt st. and Speai's wharf.
-" FOR RICHMOND, DIRECT-Regu-
"l.-. I.., Line-To sail on Saturday-Tre packet
schr. PATRICK HENRY,L. R. Mister, master; is
now n.m.,.! 1o' at head ot'Speat's wharf, and will sail as
above. I ...r freight apply out-a i .iu .... .,
iIf i \NINEY,
mh 10 Corner Pnrtt st. an il pear's whf.
I -CII 1IOND PACKET-Hooper's Old
' Lrine-The line schr. OLYMPIA, Captain
Kirwan; now loading at the liwer end Spear's \bhaff,
will have immediate despatch. For hulqnre freight
apply to THOS. l i n'li-lti,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper &Sons. mh 10
I t'm HiICHMOSiD PAcKET8ii New i.ne
31 -1 ..i Veasel-To-morrow-The line schr.
\ ii %NI \tI, S. H. Travera, master; 13 now loading
at he.l Smith's w"harf. F. I I...;ln' apply on board,
o: to m -I MIOORE,
mh 10 Corner Smith's wharf S& Praltl st.
. FORH\ l4 LG IkiI iL _. II \ I'Kt. kia-
0 ', s fi n e 1 .t u r.i n n, : -,mi- , an. r ri . c rn ,- r i- -
tened schr JOS. H hA Il1.\ ,1 1.1 P .Il.Ir,, altlliei,
atout 650 bbls., in complete order.
JOS. HANKEY,
mh 10 C.rner Pratt st. and Spear's wharf.
I. oi v Ii LII. II11' OIL CHIAR'rTER-
A.,. copper fastened and coppered Balti
.i.... ., Schr. ol 600 bbls.. in oider Ior any-
vo'age. Auplyto W. RHOADS,
mh 10 d4t P 61 Se.ith's whaf.
-je. IVAN'l'ED-A VESSEL of about 600o
t,-.'l- burlhen, to load for a port in thn British
*A. ,. r'. R.&.H. R. TUCKER,,
mh 10 38 Sooth Gay s!reer.
% 'f. 7i TONS IRON may be had hor a good
' % .r 'LI.. hound to Fall River, MAas4. Apply
to PRATT & KEITH,
mh 10 Nos. 27 &29 South Chas. st.
FOR NEW ORLEANS-Regular Line
oL Baltimore and New Orleans Packets-The
superior new packet aship TIPPIEC I ; 1I.. Captain
Gray; is nov, loading at Fenby's wi. in1. i.ii will have
desoatch. The T. has a large and commodious cabin,
with state rooms comfortably i'urnished. For freight
or passage apply to CLARK & KELLOGG.
mh9
FREDERICKSBURG PACKET$-
Regular Line-'The good schooner GEN'L.
W.'ilnIN'. ftiN, Capt. Creighton; is now loading
for the above port, and will sail on Thursday.-
Freight, at usual packet rates-apply to
GEO. W. FORD,
mh 9 d4t 8 Light at. wharf.


It i tJ ll A

By Win. G. Harrison.
ODONNELL')SWHARF.

T HIS DAY, the 10th inst. at II o'clock, at the
warehouses O'Donnell's wharf, the cargo per
brig Orleans, from Rio-
737 W BAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE,
1 7 selected for this market.
Also, the cargo of brig Olive, from Guayama, Porto
Rico--
1 ,4IIHDS MUSCOVADO SUGAR-
1 -459 represented to be superior.
Will be added to sale THIS DAY, 10th-
i0 BAGS JAVA COFFEE.
3 tv WM.G. HARRISON.
Will be added-
HALF CHESTS Y. IIYSON TEA.
3 mh it10 W M. G. HARRISON.
Will be added to the sale This Day-
6t HH-DS. PRIMB NEW CROP POR-
TO RICO MOLASSES
9-lh BOXES BUNCH RAISINS.
U mhb 100 WM. G. HARRISON.
ijy St. .Lemmint A" Co.

O N SATURDAY the 13th instant, at eleven
0 o'clock, at Mr. Boyle's Coal yard. City Block,
the cargo of lhe schr Mary Augusta, consisting of
110 logs and crotches St. Domingo MAHOG-
32 curls t ANY.
mhb i R. LEMMO.' & CO.
1 FORIMA'T'ION WAN I'Eij.-InormaRlon
respecting JAMES JOSEPH MURPHY, for-
merly of Dublin, Ireland-who resided in this city
about 8 years ago. Any information respecting his
present residence, or if dead, any of his lam ily, will
be thankluliyreceived by THOS. B. ADAIR,
mh 10 4teo4 P Commerce st.
(i-Editors in the neighboring towns would confer
a favor by giving thie above an insertion.
TIVO PRIZES OF
10.O IO tfF $1,000, THIS AF-
g1O*O0O TERNOON, in Baltimore,
at 3. o'clock. Tickets $4, shares in proportion.
Of f .. h ~40 OF $1,500, &c.,&e
$ 30.000 Virginia Lottery, SATUR-
DAY, 13th March.
Tickets $10,-ashares in proportion.
For Prizes Apply at CLARK'S,
MUSEUM BUILDING,
mh 10 P BALTIMORE, Maryland.
TWO PRIZES OF
$1 0 t O 10 PRIZES OF $1,000.
SMaryland State Lottery class
No. 17 for 1841.-To be drawn at Baltimore Md., on
TO-DAY, March 10th, 1841.-D. S. Gregory 4 Co.,
Managers.
SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $10,100 1 PRIZE OF $2,000
1 10,000 1,423
1 3,000 1 1,200
Tickets $5,-shares in proportion.
0(-For Tickets apply to D. S. GREGORY & CO.,
Managers, Corner City Hotel. Baltimore. mh 10
MANTIERH HUM PHI IEY'S CLOCK, com-
plete, just received and for sale by
JOS. ROBINSON,
( nrIl.,i,.rg l.in rary, 110 Baltimore st.
Master Humfn !,', c .-.. 6, No. 21
do (io do, complete in 1 volume.
mh 10
G..... GARDEN SEEDS.
TUST RECEIVED, a general assortment of
SGARDEN SEEDS, (a choice collection,) from
the most warrantable source in the neighbourhood of
London, the undersign'ed having proved their vegetat-
ing quality, is prepared to recommend them to public
notice. I would recommend my SCARLET RAD-
ISH to Gardeners particularly, a general catalogue,
being too numerous for a news-paper advertisement.
Special Catalogues can be had gratis, by applying at
the old established Seed Store, No. 78 Ensor street,
3rd door above the Town Clock.
ALEX'R. MAXWELL.
P.S. 75 cents per lb. for SUGAR BEET, or 10 lb.
for $5. Sas&We* 4t mh 6 A. M.
OTTON 38 balks Mobile COlTTON, landing
C from schooner Challenge, for sale by
JO.,ES, WOODWARD & CO.
mh8 P d4tt 197 Baltimore st.
*ANTED-
VIRGINIA, )
NORTH CAROLINA BANK NOTES.
and S. CAROLINA )
Also, EXCHANGE on NEW YORK and PHI-
LADELPHIA.
KENTUCKY. IN[il \ N\. ILLINOIS and OHIO
BANK NOTES, I,., w.. I.n.
mhi 6 CARTER, MORTON & CO.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
FpIHE subscribers offer for sale a superior assort-
.H mentor SURGICAL & DENTAL INSTRU-
MENTS, having made considerable addition to their
Stock within the last lour months. They would in-
vite those interested to call and examine the same.
octi-Physicians and Denitsts, residing at a distance,
can have their orders filled without .elay.
DAILY & ARNOLD. No 4? Sharp,
mh 8 4t Near Baltimore st.
DOYLE'IN PRATT STIREm.TI DEPOT.
Oppo lie the Baltimore anat Ohio Rail Road Depot.
T this ever lucky office thIe capital prizes conti-
nue to be sold in every lottery drawn. Combi-
nation 29 31 68, a Prize of $2,000, sold in the Union
Lottery, cla-s No. 1, drawn on Saturday, March 6:h,
arnd many other prizes of less note.Holhers will please
hand in their prizes and they will receive the cash. -
The following are the drawn Nos:-31 74 68 5 29 67
,T7 41 8 16 62 64 42 75-lowest prize $15.
TUESI)AY, the Alexandria Lottery will be drawn
at Alexandria. Capital prize $15,000. Tickets $5
shares in proportion.
On WEDNESDAY, the Maryland State Lottery,
will be drawn in Baltimore. Two Capital prizes of
4,10 003 ,.'. T''ickets $4, shares in proportion.
I it1'H-,I rY, Alexandria Lottery. Capital prize
$7,000. Tickets $21, shares in proportion.
On FRIDAY, Consolidated Lotteries of Maryland.
Capital prize $18.000. Tickets $4, shares in pro-
portion.
On SATURDAY. the Virginia Wellsburg Lottery
class C, will be drawn at Alexandria.
GRAND SCHEME.
I PRIZE OF $30,000 I PRIZE OF $3,500
1 do. 10,000 40 do. 1,000
1 do. 5,0o0
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion.
0O3-Tickets and shares in the greatest variety of luc-
ky numbers for sale at DOYLE'S ever lucky office.
A liberal discount made to those who purchase by the
package. Or era through the Post Office will receive
prompt attention il addressed to
MICHAEL DOYLE,
mh 9 No. 24 Pratt street, Baltimore.
BALTIIMORE TEMPERANCE HOTEL.
OPENED BY J. APPLER.
TIIE Baltimore Temperance Hotel is now open
for tbe reception of the friends ef femnperance
anl Religion-and as such a house has long been
needed in this city it is earnestly expected that'it will
be duly apprrhi tend ann patronized by every philan-
thropist. I,,e i, r.n.. is very spanious and dlelighti fully
situated on the N. W. corner of Fayette and Saint
Paul's shs. and it is certainly a very desirable place
as it is central and convenient to all kinds of busi-
ness. numh 6 2aw'l* R
LUM, EPSOM SALTS. COPPERAS,
BLUE VITRIOL, REFINED SALTPETRE,
CHROME YELLOW, CHROME GREEN, PRUS-
SIAN BLUE No. 1, TARTARIC ACID, ROCHEL-
LE SALTS, IVORY BLACK,&c.constanlly for sale
at lowest mnanolacturuers prices.-ALSO-50 bags
CRUDE SALTPETRE. J. RAMSAY,
mh 8 cost No. 59 Smith's wharf.
C LOVERSEED-200 bushels prime free of rip-
ple from Perry County. Pa. just .received and
for sale by JAMES G1R VIN,
mh 8 eo4t Frankin st.
G RAFTON 0. SPURRIER, CONVEYAN-
CEll, will attend to the drawing of Deeds, Wills,
Mortgages, Bonds, Powers of Attorney, and all other
description of Instruments ot Writing connected with
the business of Conveyancing. Titles to property
carefully examined. imom his experience persons
may confidently rely upon the correct and faithfulper-
lbmnance of business entrusted to him. Terms mod-
erate Office in Second street between South and
Gay streets, and opposite Tripolett's Alley,
mb 4 eo4t* P*_______
P IANO STOOL SCREWS AND TUN-
ING HAMMERS, a superior article, just re-
ceived and tor sale by
FURLONG & FANNING,
Corner ol Ciarles and Lombard ste,
Also--A few dozen provision Sales, for family use.


mh 8 ec6t
BACON, WllSKBEY, FLOUR, &c.
O000 LBS. BALTIMORE CURED
5HA HAMS, small size
12,000 Ibs. do do, Middlings and Shoulders
800 lbs. JOLES
800 Ibs. Smoked Beef ROUNDS
1500 lbs. LARD, in bbls
100 bbls copper distilled WHISKEY
20 bbls superior 2 years old do
150 bbls Superfine FLOUR
40 bushels prime Penna. Clover SEED, in
store and for sale by
JACOB FRYSINGER,
N. E. Corner or Howard and Franklin st.
mh 8 4t
S t .I-f tcIllL%;- ,V V "1 ('11 _N. VATH''1ES.
I IIAVE just received a beautiful assortment of
gold patent Lever Watches, cased in fine style,
iuade by M. J. Tobias, Mortemar, Harrison Johnson,
and also Gold Anchor Lever, ot very fine workman-
ship, with a variety of Silver Watches which will be
sold at low prices and warranted to keep good time.
Gold and Silver Guard Chainas, Keys, R;:.gs,Breast-
pins, Silver Thimbles, Spectacles, Silver Table and
Tea Spoons, with a variety of othei good in the line.
Persons wishing fine Watche, and will please to
call on GABRIEL D.CLARK,
mh 9 d3w Water strict Head of Cheapside.
FOR SALE. either in fee or with ground
rent, a modern buiilt twostory Brick DWEL-
bo LING,Nwith every convenience for a genteel
family, situated No. 41 North Liberty street, oppo-
site St. John's Church. There are ten rooms in the
house, most ofthem. with fire places, folding doors,
wide entry with venitian door communicating to the
back -,.-r.l.i,. ,' .' w-well adapted for a Physi-
ciat's i.l-i ,i1il i c in|... Patent hydrant in the yard,
as also convenient hack extrance. It is in complete
order,having been occupied by the present tenant these
last four years. For information apply to
J. COBB,
Near St. John's Church.
N. B.-The street is steadily improving, which
must necessarily increase the.value of property. The
above will be sold a bargain for cash, it prompt up-
plication be made.rt mh 9 4'?*
A-. FO6R SALE, a first rate two story brick
a 'fDWEI.LING nearly new, 22 feet front with
I. large back buildings on a line corner lot 100
feet deep, 2 parlors, breakfast room, kitchen, 6 cham-
bers, laige dry cellars, bath-room, smoke house, pa-
tent hydiant and every convenience. Not over 10
minutes waik from Bowly's wharf. Address J. M.
B. at thi office. d4t* mh 9
P iKINTING-CARDS, HANDBILLS. PAM-
PHLETS, and every description of BOOK and
JOB WORK printed at the shortest notice, and on
term, as low as any other place in the city. NEWS-
PAPER WORK executed with promptitude and de-
spatch, on the Patent Napier Printing Press, which
stands unrivalled for Newspaper work by any other
press now in use.
Wanted to purchase, a good second hand SMITH
PRESS, for which cash will e paid.
SHERWOOD & CO.
N. W. corner of Gay and Baltimore sts.
fe 25 ws4t?


PUBLIC S4LES.
By Henry Beadel 4' Co.
No. II G -ERMdN STREET.
CLOTH SALE.
HIS MIORNING, the lOih inust. at 5 past 9 o'-
clock, we will sell-
9OO PIECES FINE. SUPER AND
0 EXTRA ._UL'Pr.R. i'LOT'HS & CASSI-
IMERES. HENRY BEADEL & CO.
PACKAGE SALE.
0 N SATURDAY MORNING, 13Jh inst.,
S at past 9 o'clock, on the third floor of our ware-
house, we will sell by Catalogue.
11 h PACKAGES BRITISH, FRENCH
100P AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
Catalogues will be prepared and the Goods arrang-
ed for examination the diy before the sale.
mrn 10t HENRY BEADEL & CO.
By loWbt. Taylor As Co.
NO. 8 GERMAN STREET.
ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, llth inst
at 3 o'clock, in lots from the shelves, a general
assortment of FRESH SPRING DRY GOODS.
mh lo A R.A.TAYLOR&CO.
IRISH LINEN GOODS.
HURSDAY AFTERNOON, 25 packages
IRISH LINEN GOODS-comprising 4-4 fine
andi super Linens, whole and half pieces; 7-8 Linens;
fine and super brown Holhlnds; drab and yellow
Linens; brown Linen Drills; 6.4 Sheetings; long
Lawns; 8-4 Damapk; Damask Table Cloths; colored
Damask Table Covers; fine and super Linen Hdkfs.
&c. C.R R. A. TAYLOR & CO.
rimh 10 __________
By Hoffmans &" Co.
NO. 6 NORTH CHARLES STREET.
C LOTH SALE-FRIDAY MORNING, 12th
ins.', at 92 o'clock, on 2d floor of our warehouse,
we will sell-
O PIECES SUPER & EXTRA SU-
5O PER CLOTH && CASSIMERES.
mnh 10 HOFFMANS & CO. Auct.
By R. M. Hall lf Co.
N. E. CORNER OF CHARLES AND BALTIMORE STS.
TATE OF MARYLAND STOCKS-ON
S WEDNESDAY NEXV the 10th inst, at I o'-
clock, P. M. at the Exchange, we will sell
$100,000 3 percent BONDS
22,000 6 per cent do.
The above Stocks will be sold payable in Franklin
Bank funds at par. B. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
Will be added to the above sale-
1 l5 SHARES CUMBERLAND ROAD
125I SrTO K.
Also-PEW No. 91, in the middle aisle of Christ
Church, one ol tne best situations in the Church.
Will be added to our sale at the Exchange this day,
at I o'clock-2 shares Maryland Insurance Co's.
Stock. ______
UBLIC SALE.-By virtue of an order of the
Orphans' Court of Baltimore Counly, the under-
signed will offer lor sale at auction, on WEDNES-
DAY, the 10th day of March next, at one o'clock,P.
M. at the Exchange, a LO I OF GROUND fronting
twenty feet on the west side ol North Howard street,
distant twenty feet north of Marion street, and run.
ning back for depth fifty-nine feet, with the substan-
A tial three story brick WARE-HOUSE there-
rf on, now occupied by Thomas Sutliff as a
12F crockery store, for the residue of the term of
99 years therein to come, with the benefit of renewal
forever, subject to the yearly rent ot four pounds ster-
ling money.
Terms of sale-One-fourth cash, the residue in three
equal instalments, payable 4, 8 and 12months, re-
spectively from the day of sale,with interest from that
day; the purchaser to give bonds or notes for the cre-
dit payment with approved security, taxes for 1841 to
be paid by the purchaser.
CHARLES F. MAYER,
BRANTZ MAYER,
Administrators d. b.n. of
ISABELLA THORNBURGH.
fe 24 eots HALL &CO. Aucta.
RUSTEE'SiSALE.-By virtue of a decree of
Baltimore County Court in Equily, the under-
signed Trustees will offer at Public Sale, at the Ex-
change, on WEDNESDAY, tenth day of March, at I
o'clock, P. M.
A part of the mortgaged Estate of the late Daniel
Cobb, consisting of all that LOT OF GROUND situ-
ate in the City of Baltimore, beginning on the West
side of South Charles street, Northerly 60 feet trom
Lombard street, running thence Northerly fronting on
the West side of South Charles street 19 leet to the
centre of the division wall between the Warehouse
on the lot now describing and the Warehouse adjoin-
ing on the North, thence Westerly through the centre
of said wall and parallel with Lombard street 140 feet
3 inches, thence Southerly parallel with Charles street
19 feet, and thence Easterly to the beginning; with
A- the imptrovemeuts thereon, consisting of a
[M LARGE NEW FOUR STORY BRICK
LU' WAREHOUSE No. 40, on South Charles
street. Terms of sale one third cash, and the balance
in six and twelve months with interest and security.
EDWARD HINKLEY, tTrustees.
T. PARKING SCOTT, S
R. M. HALL &; CO. Auct's.
SALE OF A VALUABLE LOT OP
GROUND, IN FEE, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF
GERMAN STREET.
Y VIRTUE of a Decree of Baltimore County
Court, as a Court of Equity, the undersigned,
Trustees, will offer for sale at auction, at one o'clock
P.M. on WEDNESDAY, the tenth day of March
next, at the Exchange, the pieces of ground, part of
thie real estate of Daniel Cobb deceased, described as
follows:
1. That VACANT LOT,fionting eighteen feet on
the south side of German street, and running back
south, ninety-seven and a halt feet, situate between
the warehouse of William E. Mayhew&Co.,andJhat
ot Peabody, Riggs & Co., being partot the ground
conveyed to said Cobb, by Henrietta Hoffman and
others, by deed recorded among the land records of
Baltimore County, in Liber T. K. No. 250, folio 186.
About seven feet of the south end of the Lot is inclu-
ded in the private court laid out by George Hoffman,
Henry Payson and others, by agreement, recorded
among their records aforesaid in Liber W. G. No. 150,
folio 173, and the purchaser will be entitled to the use
of said court, according to said agreement.
2. ALL THOSE TWO PARCELS OF GROUND,
which were conveyed by Ann Groc o said Cobb, by
deed bearing date the eleventh day of May 1835, and
recorded among the records aforesaid, in Liber T. K.
No. 248, folio 76, and described as follows:-Beginning
for one parcel, on the line of the west side of Charles
street, at that corner of lot No. 36, which adjoins the
lot purchased by Joseph Guthrow from Harry Dorsey
Gough, and running thence southwardly bounding on
Charles street two feet, thence westwardly parallel
with the said lot, purchased from said Gough, one
hundred arid forty-eight test, thence northwardly pa-
rallel with Charles street two feet, until it intersects
thie lot so purchased from said Gough, and then east-
wardly, bounding on that lot to the place of beginning
And beginning for the other parcel on the north out-
line of lot No. 36, at a point distant eighty feet west-
wardly from the west side of Charles street, on a line
drawn at right angles with that street, and running
thence northwardly parallel with Charles street, thir-
teen feet six inches, thence westwardly parallel to
Baltimore street sixty feet three inches or thereabout,
to the western boundary line of the whole lot No. 35,
thence southwardly bounding on that line thirteen beet
six inches, to lot No. 36, and thence eastwardly bound-
ing on said lot No. 36 sixty feet three inches or there-
about, to the place of beginning.
The titles are believed to be indisputable. The
taxes for 1841 will be paid by the purchaser, all prior
by the vendors. The terms of sale are one-fourth
cash on the day of sale, the residue in three equal in-
stalments, at tour, eight and twelve months, respec-
tively, from the day of sale, with interest from that
day, payment to be secured by notes with sureties to
be approved. JAMES MASON CAMPBELL,
JOHN GLENN,
EDWARD HINKLEY,
Trustees.
R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
THE CREDITORS of Daniel Cobb, and of the
late firm of Daniel Cobb & Co. are hereby noti-
fied, in pursuance ot an order of Baltimore County
Court, contained in the above mentioned decree, to
file their claims and the vouchers thereof properly
authenticated, with the Clerk of said Court, on or be-
fore the tenth day of July next.
JAMES MASON CAMPBELL,


JOHN GLENN,
EDWARD HINKLEY,
fe 18 2sawts PR Trustees.
VALUABLE BALTIMORE STREET
PROPERTY AT AUCTION.-Oo WEDNES-
DAY NEXT, the I10thinst. at one o'clock P. M. at
the Exchange, we will sell all that valuable piece and
parcel of Ground, situated on the North East corner
of Baltimore and.North streets, fronting 31 feet on
Baltimore street anrd 100 feet on North street.
The improvements on this lot consist etf a substan-
S tially built 3 story BRICK HOUSE and back
S Buildings; the whole being the property now
Occupied by the Franklin Bank-the desira-
ble location of this property must necessarily recom-
mend itself to those wishing to invest their capital in
Real Estate. The terms will be made known at sale.
mh4 dts P R. M. HALL & CO. Auct.
N FRIDAY MORNING NEXT, the 121h
inst. at 10 o'clock, we will sell at our Auction
rooms, an assortment of Household Furniture, among
which are 2 superior Feather Beds and Bedding; a
Cooking Stove, with all the necessary fixtures, in
perfect order; mahogany Bureau with looking Glass;
Carpets; Chairs; Chamber Furniture; andr Kitchen
Utensils. R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
mh 10 d3t
SON THURSDAY NEXT, the
llth inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M. before
the door of our auction room, we will
sell a bay MARE, broke to the saddle,
perfectly sound, and suitable for a lady
to ride. mh 10 R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.

N SATURDAY NEXT, the 13th inst. at
1 o'clock, at the Exchange,we will sell 20 shares
ot stock in the Maryland Insurance Company.
mh9 d P R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
By J. I. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88,COR.
NER OF N. GAY AND FRONT STREETS.
N EAT AND GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD
S FURNITURE -I willsellon WEDNESDAY,
10th March, at ten o'clock, in Piatt dtreeti between
Commerce and Patterson streets, at the residence of
the late Arthur Baxter, the Household and Kitchen
Furniture of Mrs. Baxter, who is about todecline
house-keepian, consisting in part ol Mahogany Hair
Seat Sotfa, r..M t.,h imurin.a and breakfast Tables;
cane seat ani i.:. r t I h I -,, Looking Glasses: stair
and pallor I arpels, Andirons; Shovels and Tongs;
Crockery; Glass and Cnina Ware, Knives and Forks;
Spoons; Bureaus; Feather Beds; Beldsteads; Wash-
Stands; Stoves; with Furniture for culinary purposes.
Terms cash, bankable money.
mh 8t d J. I. GROSS, Auct
INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
RT HE subscriber will publish (This Day) General
. Harrison's INAUGURAL ADDRESS embel-
lisked with a handsome border, suitable for framing.
Persons desirous of having copies printed on Satin,
will hav6 the kindness to leave their names at my
office. JOHN MURPHY, Printer,
146 Baltimore street.
Newsmen supplied by the quantity. mra 5


PCHLmr. %ALU.%..
By Wlever, f annn A* Co.
No. 28 SOOTH CHARLES STREET.
FEESIMPLE BALTIMORE ST. PROP-
ERTY AT AU I'IJON -i.., WEI)NE&bAY,
the 10th March, 1841, at one o'clock P M. at the Ex-
change, we will sell allthat valuable piece and par-
cel or Ground situated on the north side Bialtimore st.
and fronting thereon 24j teet, and running back to
Bank Lane 113 feet.
The improvements on this Lot consist of a sub-
Aastantially built 3 story BRICK HOUSE, No.
1ff176, and covering the entire front of the lot,
KaiLwith a large 2 story back building and other
conveniences, the whole now in the occupancy of
Mr. Andrew Ruff. The central location ot this pro-
perty, being a few doors east of Charles st., its cinve-
ient construction lbr business and a private .,&A-hic,
render it an object for sale investment. T it- ..'ii-
Daoutable. The Terms, which will be liberal, will be
announced at the sale.
WEVER. CANNON &CO. Auctioneers.
fe 25 eot6Mdts P

% EW & SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
i ON THURSDAY MORNING, March llth
at 10 o'clock, at our warehouse No. 28 South
Charles street, we will sell a variety of new and well
keptsecond hand mahogany another FURNITUU RE,
among which we Same: bureaus; tables; wortlis'tands;
wardrobes; cane seat chairs; windsor do; rocking do;
bedsteads; domestic carpets; andirons; shovel and
tongs; Franklin stoves; 10 plate do; &c. &e., with a
lot of culinary articles.
ALSO-5 cases prunes; 60 gro. lucifer matches; 4
cases Eastern clocks. &c. Sale f(r cash in bankable
money, WEVER, CANNON & CO.
mh 10 PC Aucts.
By J. F. Osbourn &' Co.
No. 32. S. CHARLES STREET.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AT AUC-
I TION.-We will sell on MONDAY MORN-
ING 15th inst. commencing at 10, on tire 3rd floor of
our Warehouse an assortment of new and well made
Clothing; such as frock and dress Coats; Summer do,
Pantaloons; Silk, Satin and Valencia Vests, being the
entire stock of an establishment declining business.-
The whole will be positively sold without reserve for
cash. The Goods will be for examination on the Sa-
tturday previous to the sale.
mh 10 PS J. F. OSBIOURN & COP.
N THURSDAY MORNING, llth, we will
sell an assortment of new anti second hand fur-
niture, as sideboards; 'bureaus; wardrobes; mahog-
any and cane seat chairs; dining and breakfast table,;
high and low post bedsteads;mattresses;mrantle clocks;
solas; dressing cabinets; centre tables; pier tables,
workstands; book case; looking glasses; waiters; ve-
nition blinds, with many other articles.
Cash advanced on consignments.
mh 9 PS J. F. OSBOURN & CO.
y J.1. Whiteley,
S. CHARLES ST., ONE DOOR FROM L IMBARD.
RY GOODS, RAISINS, CHEESE AND
FURNITURE.-On THURSDAY MORN-
ING NEXT-hlth inst., at 10 o'clock at 44 South
Charles street, I will sell a lot of DRY GOODS, con-
sisting in part ot bleached and unbleached Muslins;
Calicoes of various patterns; one bale 4-4 1 ...i ;
spool Cotton; Ball do; lot Hosiery; one pic:e. ., i,.-
black wool dyed Cloth; blue" do; Satinett, lew fine
large Whitney Blankets. Fifty boxes Raisins, teu
casks Cheese, a lot of Furniture; Bureaus; Tables;
Chairs; hair Mattresses, Canton do.; lot Second hand
Carpeting, &c. Will be added to my sale on Thurs-
day Morning, a large lot Pocket Knives of all quali-
ties. A.WHITELEY.
mh 10
Nuicam 'l Ia. 6orer, .lw4 : At.r.
S. E. CORNER OF LOMBARD STREET, AND
MJRSH MARKET SPACE.
FURNITURE, BAR FIXTURES, AND
HARDWARE.
I WILL SELL on WEDNESDAY MOIIRNI\G,
10th inst. at 10 o'clock, at my store, a %ri,. r) -.i
good Furniture, &c. viz: Bureaus, Tables, Cane and
Wood Seat Chairs, high and low-post Bedsteads,Beds,
new and second hand Carpet and Rug-. Shovel and
Tongs, Andirons,Fenders,a lot of kir,'ie, Fuiniture,
new and second hand Clothing, Watches & Jewelry,
Dry Goods from the stage, 1500 lbs. of old Iron, two
good stoves, &c. &c.
BAR FIXTURES.
1 very superior Bar and Counter, Kegs, 12 heavy,
Decanters, Drawers, together with a great variety of
articles useful to House keepers and Tavern do; 5 kegs
Mustard, 1 Screen, a variety of Canary Birds and
Cages, &c. Any addition thankfully received.
mh 9 S. H. GOVER, Auct.
By II. WIV Bool,
60 BALTIMORE STREfi'.
NEWFOUNDLAND AND POINTER
DOGS AT AUCTION.-A very handsome
black andi white Newloundland Dog, and a line strong
well made Pointer Pup, to be sold at I1 o'clock pre-
cisely THIS MORNING to t.- l -,e.i t.i.ldier; also
some very superior American F, iri, ,ruii.l Rifles.
A Curiosity during the sale of Books this day shall
prdsent a tac similie of General Washingtcn'si ac-
counts during his Generalship with the Am-rican Go-
vernment-a rare, curious and endeared BooK to every
citizen of this Country. H. W. BOO'L, Auct.
mh 10_________
ILL be added to my Sale at my Sloie on
THURSDAY MORNING, March 11, 1841,
at 10, immediately after or during the sale of the Cloth-
ing a very good Piano, London make; with a most
splendid embroidered or worked Stool, equal to any
thing of the kind in this city. Also
On WEDNESDAY the day before the above-A
large collection of Thomsonian & Sweedenburgen
Books, with a Portrait of Dr. Ihomson, l1 ....i.
ator of the Practice; with other fine P ,, l
Paintings, Canvass, Stretchers, with Medical Boeks,
Surgical Instruments, &c.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON NEXr, vallia-
ble City Property on Pennsylvania Avenue at past
3, See R; Purviance, Jr. advertisement, and on rsamne
Afternoon at 4, Sterling street Property. See adver-
tisement. H. W. BOOL, Auct.
mh 9 _______
ANOTHER LIBRARY AT AUCTION, on
WEDNESDAY MORNING, March 10, 181i,
at my Store, at 11 o'clock-Rollins Ancient Ilir'.-. y,
8 vol.: British London Register, bound'in .lil i .)m
1813 to 1839; Buiks Theological Dictionary; Gillies
Greece; Annals of Baltimore; Havounces Voyages,
3 vols.; Humes England, 11 vol.; Robertson's Ameri-
ca, 4 vol.; St. Revres Studies of Nature, 3 vols.;
Brown's Missions, 2 vol.; Plouden's Ireland. 5 vol.-
the celebrateU Stereotype edition of Gen'l. Washing-
ton's accounts; Spectator, 8 vol.; Josephus, 4 vol.;
Rees's Encyclodedia, 10 vol. a rare work--the Tihomp-
sonian or Dr. Thompson's Life and Practice; also his
Portrait an excellent one; 60 numbers of the Ameri-
can Lavater, a new work with fine Plates, t.Mil :Dine
hundreds of rare works.
Also, all the Brusht a, Paints, Paint Brushes, Stretch-
ers, Boards, Painting materials, Picroral Frames;
Paintings; Drawing Paper; a Copying machine; a Ca-
mera Obscura, all the property of Samuel Whitlock,
deceased.
At 10, preceding the above sale, a large collection
of Furniture; Carpets; Glassware; a Drawing Board;
Mechanics Tools; Hardware; Clothing; H~ts; Shoes,
&c. Additions received.
Sale every day this week.
mh8 H. W. BOOL, Auct.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A STOCK OF
SEASONABLE CLOTHING.--On THURS-
DAY MORNING, March 11, 1841-at my store at
10-embracing some hundred pair of summer draw-
ers; 200 vests; under shirts; unmade clothing; tapes;
threads; materials fora clothing store; with 50 pieces
of vestings; pantaloon stutff &c., being the part at-
tached in my hands of D. E. Barnel & Co. on which
judgement ha, been obtained, and will be positively
sold for cash by order.
PUBLIC NOTICE-At same time I shall sell for
acconnt of whom it may concern and to pay expen-
ses, having been in my store upwards of a year, three
boxes and sundry parcels of Dry Goods, Fans, &c.
&c. Saved from the fire (as it is supposed) in Market
Space some months since, which property was occu-
pied by Mr. Conway. Terms of sale cash
fe 22 MTh H. W. BOOL, Auct.
LOG CABIN FAN MAN UFACTuOIi.
dC Y. HAYNES, No. 52 North Exeter street,
*-J wonld intorm the tradegenerally that he still
continues to manufacture Log Cabin Embossed and
Plain Fans of all descriptions, made from fancy col-


ored paper, satin, silk and gold paper. As tbe article
is in great demand in thIe Northern cities the manu.
facturer is daily adding hands to keep pace with the
numerous orders. Merchants dealing int the article
would do well to call and examine the Fans before
purchasing elsewhere. Any orders left at my resi-
dence orat Mr.Otis Spear's S. Charles st. will be at-
tended to.
ALSO-Has on hand and manufactures to order,
every variety of Fancy Boxes, Collar, Water, Stock
and Puff Boxes, all of which will be sold low for cash
or approved paper. nh 4
OARD WANTED.-Three Gerintlemen wiln
BOARD adjacent to Baltimore street. They can
give unexceptionable references, and would prefer
Boarding in a private family. A line addressed to F.
F., No. 2 Bowly's wharf, will be attended to.
mh 8
W ANTED TO RENT OR PURCHASE.
-A Small FARM, of not over sixty acres, in
a health by neighborhood and on a good road-the dis-
tance not to exceed six miles from the City.
ALSO-Wanted a coloured MAN, of sober, honest
and industrious habits,one from the country would be
preferred, lo take care of horses. Apply at thisoffice.
mh 8 4t*
ANTED-A situation by a young MAN as
Gardener. He can produce the best testimo-
nials as to character and ability, and has a perfect
knowledge of the green house, nursery and vegetable
department. Any person wanting such will please
address McGuire, through the Post Office or this tof-
fice.mh 9 41*
DAGUERREOTYPE.
IKENESSES taken in clear or cloudy weather
without the Sun,which obtiates many objections
to the former mode, at the corner of Baltimore and
Harrison street, opposite Centre Market-entrance
from Harrison street.
Ladies and Gentlemen ere invited to call and ex-
amine specimens. Price of a perfect Likeness in a
Morrocco case, 95 5o. Hours of attendance from
10 o'clock A. M. until 4 o'clock, P. M. Portraits
copied, etc. HENRY FITZ, Jr.
mh3 dlm*
HORSES t'O SALE.-Several
pairs of match HORSES, gentle and
well broken to harness. Also, several
saddle and single Harness Horses,some
1ofwhich are last. They :r.e. -.- seen at
JOHNSTEWART'S Si.nil.-,
North Calvert street,
nh 9 d4t P Opposite the City Spring.
CRITIC, sire of Buckeye, will stand
the ensuing season at the subscriber's
Stables, two miles Irom Ellico, ', Mills,
commencing on the 1st of Mare.h and
ending on the tst of July, at 4 ,) the
season; 860 to insure, and $1 to the Grcom; palling
with the Mare forfeits the insurance.
1, :27 a4w a 'IAMI Li ol the hnighestI re-p-dctablii) re-.rig.
in one ol Ihe most pleasant locations (.ft'e Li-y
wibhir.g to increase their income, and having rooms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Gentleman and Lady, of their own standing. Ad-
ress F. C. D. through the Post Offlce. fe 3-eotf










PUBLIC
VA LU A BLE REA
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
underthe last will and list
deceased, will sell at t
the Ist day of April next,
Sing Property and Stoc
Water street, recently
1f1 Jones, fronting on said
back 94 feet, more or less
rent of $66,66, pay
ALSO-The WARE
iTt street, fronting 23 fe
I1I.deep;
SALSO-The WAREHO
vert and Lombard street
Calvert street, and r
Lombard street, now in
Stanley & C
SALSO-The LOT O
HH'1Istreet, whereon Ja
If Shop now stands-fronti
ans running back
The above property will
tersis, viz; One fourth, ni
2 and 3 years, with inte
STOCKS.-ALSO, the fo
cash,
56 shares Frederick
5 do Baltim
4 do Baltimor
1 share Union B
E. T. E
JOS. DA
J. Q. H
Executors of R. rl
R'D. M. H
mh 6 2awl25th,dts
FOR
TWOVALUABLE
SOUTH CHARLES STR
an order of the Orphans'
the undersigned. Executrix
for sale on THURSDAY, 25
at one o'clock, at the Exc
mo
mr 1. The four story
[IINo. 30 on the west sid
IMU20 feet wide and 75 fe
the Lot of Ground where
width and running back on
to an area or court 25 by
alleye about 16 feet wid
bard street, with the use
ject to the yearly rent of
the ground and improveme
and wife to the said execu
date the 13th day of July
the land records of Baltim
No. 300,
JA The four story
lu No. 32, adjoining the
LiUthe sout- and ,.-I is
er witti the lot on which
140 feet deep,adjoining th
area, with the use thereof,
rent of $250, payable half
and improvements leased b
said executrix by indentur
of July, 1840, and record
foresaid in Liber T.
T'he ground rents will be
day ofl'sale and the taxes t
the taxes for this year 184
cha
Terms of sale one fourth
the balance in three equal
months from the day of sal
day-the purchaser to giv
curity for the credit paym
RUTH A
Executrix of
mn 8 PR RMR. M
POSITIVE SALE
SWARE, TOOLS, on Mon
On MONDAY MORNING22d
we shall sell without res
meant of Stoves, Tin Ware
the Store-rooms, situated
of Light and Balderston str
in trade of Mr. R.Smith,wh
country. We enumerate a
Cooking Stoves, of vario
boilers and fixtures complex
lin Stoves ot every size
Olmstead, Cannon and oth
t,:,ve.. Sheet iron d
SI N & HOLLOW WARE.-A
Tin Ware,made of the best
workmen; Tin Safes &c.;
and cast Iron K
Also,-A general assortm
able for conducting the S
ners business, viz. Screw
1 pair Fairbank's patent S
mers; Files; Resps; Forge
with a set of Tools for
especial attention of the
ally to this sale. The ab
and ready lor examination
to s
Terms-All sums under $
under $200 60 days; over
proved endo
WEVER, CA
A- FOR RENT-The St
will be for rent, and
M5 ately after the sale.
fe 24 eotl7Mdts
V-ALUABLE FA
Y VIRTUE of a Deed of
last,ihe subscriber as
dle, will sell on THURSDA
Court House, in Howard Di
A FARM, containing 170
the Guillbrd Cotton Fact
eighteen, miles South of Ba
this Land is covered with
The improvements a
Tl DWELLING HOUSES,
Shop, and a Wheelw
sale will take place at
terms will b
EDWARD GREE
JOHN LOCKERD
mh 5 4t PR
1CONSTABL
B y virtue of a writ of fi.
Esq. at the suit of Wi
Joseph Passano, against
John W. Watkins, Nicho
Hooper and to me directed
EL ken in execution a
111Wand LOT with other i
JLBsituate and fronting on
street, and beginning for
sixty rest northerly Ifrom t
tersection of the north si
the east side of Amity s
northerly bounding on the
fourteen feet so as to i
story brick house, erected
scribed, thence easterly p
sixty feet, thence southern
fourteen feet to another
William Patterson to Mary
erfy binding thereon sixty
ning. The said property b
ground rent of fourteen do
ly. And I hereby give n
the 31st instant at 4 o'cl
l I will offer for sale at pubi
claim and interest at Law
said William Hooper in ,a
premises tor cash to
LOUIS C. MUL
Baltimore, March 6th
ORPHANS' COURT S
an order of the Orphan
County, the subscriber, as
public sale on the premise
on TUESDAY, the sixteen
half past tour o'clock,
GROUND, situate in said c
lows: Beginning for the
Lexington street, a short d
and at the north-east corner
situate in said city, and
and wife to Lowry F. Gor
easterly and bounding upon
ton street eighteen feet si
leased by said Pennington
nell, thence running sout
Burchnell's lot one hundred
thence running westerly a
aforesaid eighteen teet s
Gorsuch's lot, and Ih-nc


said Gorsuch's lot northern
to Lexington street the pl
is subject to a yearly ground
and flity cents, payable
paym
Am The improvements co
tB Brick DWELLING, i v
Am thelot right easily b
erection of another Dwelli
The terms of sale as pres
that one third of the purc
and the otrer two-thirds o
months, with interest from
with good security is req
ments. G WM
ELISHA RAN
fe 25 1__
FOK
T HE Subscriber, as Age
ofler for sale at Public
on SATURDAY, the 20th Ma
in the atteru n)nhe Lot
aide ot Bond street, Fell'
now occupwid bi %1. Bri,
' pery is near Tlbanm- I i'r.
feet, and extendinug in d
about 200 leet, and is imp
bb hIe three story br
nfWback building. It is
lil n part subject to a n
cent pe
Terms of sale, one third
and 9 months, with interest
or notes, wilh interest, to
ber, to be given
mh6 2awtq PCS C


o FOR SALE.-n'le b u n
M privn.te sale to close
K FLOURING MILL on
It consists of a brick Mi
house, substantially buil
steam Engine of 30 inch cyl
Machinery for four run o
the above property is situa
hundred leet, running one
street, forming a square
and subject to a ground re
is not disposed of before t
on that day be sold at auc
at the Exchange, a
ja6 2awt24M J B K
TO
TH IE SUBSCRIBER wil
year, or or a short te
TIFUL GARDEN situate in
site the Carmelite Nunnery
Henry Moore. The garden i
FRUITS, such as PEAR
RIES, &Sc. &c., besides a
ment of'SHRUBBERY an
. comfortable DWEL
I premises, situated near
JUUKden. To horticulturist
flowers thio garden offers
with. F6rt te
ST. GEO. W
oc 8 P d Offic
WAt T''IEU TO I,
tlb.ble DWELLINL., wia
.I.-lun a goo.l oad, wnith
Addlresi "F. A. S." th
j, db9


CHANCERY SALE.-By v
the High Conrt of Cha
subscriber as Trustee will
Exchange on THURSDA1
next at 1 o'clock, P.M. th
perty, the residue of a te
newable f
All that LOT orparcel of
in the city of Baltimore, a
within !the following met
distances to wit-Beginning
side of East Baltimore stre
of a lot leased by Robert
and running thence i o.'l ,
atforesaid, twenty five ,%-t
let with Lloyd street to Sa
wardly bounding on Salisbu
and thence northwardly to t.i
the improvements thereon, c-i
A Brick HOUSE apd otl.--
TTM petty is subject to a ,i
[|B dred dollars per annu
Terms of
fe 16 THOS.
SHERIFF'S SALE.-By vi
eri facias on condemnation
County Court, to me direct
R. Ware and Augustus C.
and chattels, lands and t
will offer for sale on TH
at 10 o'clock, at the Court
ing prope
One keg of Grapes; one k
Pepper; one keg of Madder
keg of Alum; one keg of
Copperas; five boxes of M
boxes ot Candles; one barr
Loaft Sugar; one barrel of
Coffee; one hogshead of n
ping Paper; one box olt
Goods; two casks and one
box of Candy; and l
mh3 WM.
VALUABLE tEAL P
PUBLIC
HE UNDERSIGNED T
George, and the late Wi Baker,
a standing order of Baltim...
to Insolvents,) offer tfor s!-
City of Baltimore, on SA I
April next, at 12 o'clock, NI.
rest and estate of said Willi
Baker, being a one undivided
the following lots, piec
For the First-All tha
in the City of Baltimore,
metes, and bounds,courses and
wit: Beginning for the same
the intersection of the west
the south side of Lexingto
and binding on Charles stre
en feet, six inches-thence
Fayette street ninety-five
Avenue-thence running, a
aue, north eastwardly to L
Binding on said last
l f place of beginning.T
11 largeand commodth
For the Second.-All
and premises, situate in th
0.on the DWELLING H
iV Bthe late Richardson Stua
L' J...ecease, stood, fron
the South side of l..-\i,,-
Lane, one hundred iir. Iir
Church street, and e',i
street, twenty-five teet
sM&OF GROUND, on which
rFM story BRICK HOUSE,
1l1 on that lot, andt on t
ed by Peter Hotfman, to I.-.
For the Third.-Aill t
GROUND, situate in Baltir
tinguished on the plat th
better known as number on
timore street, and conta
metes and bounds, course
Beginning for the same on
at the South east corner of
thence West fronting on Bal
thence North one hundred f
chibald Buchanan, thence
chibald Buchanan's lot twe
A straight line to the b
an on this lot a large
it HOUSE
And for the Fourth.-A
OF GROUND, contained wit
lowing, viz. Beginning for
of Pratt street, at the Nor
lot, number six hundred an
and a half perches Westfro
intersection of the said Sou
the West side of Howard s
Easterly binding on Pruatrt s
inches, thence Southerly
eighty feet, thence Wester
twenty four feet three in
by a straight line eighty te
'l There is elected upon
B RICK DWELLING..
t property is in fee sitpl
sold, is subject to two mo
which will be given
Terms of sale-one halt f
be paid in six months, a
months from day of sale, o
purchaser.. For the credit t.
ity to be approved by the I
1. NEVETT STEE
S. H. TAGART,
mh 8 P


T iAUbTKES' SALE.-o
Mt ot the High Court o
the subscribers, as trustees
lic auction at the Balt
Ihe fifteenth day of March
M. ltihe following
PRODUCTIVE PROP
ALL THAT PIECE OlR
on" tjhe north side of Pratt i
more, beginning for the
from the corner of Pratt an
ning thence east fronting o
thence.northerly seventy-
twenty feet, and thence sou
place of beginning-being
scribed in a deed from Ph
on, recorded among tIre
County Court in Liber W.
,,The improvements co
.._ Brick HOUSE,kown aso
now under an annual
is in lee and from its eli
diately opposite the Depot
Railroad-offers a rare ind
rous of a profit
An I on the same day, at f
premises, the subscribers
sale at public auction,
Third street in said city,
led "David's Fancy," desc
ning for the same at the So
Hunt's lot, and luann-inn, t
14 perches to tli, i \B-,
lot, thence South 6 degree,
on the West side ofsaidr B
83 degrees, West 14 perci
itence running and bound
straight line to the place o1
lot described in a deed fr
Lyon; recorded in Liber W
&c. This lot is subject to
lings current money-port
leased, the rents arising
rents the purchaser will b
original ground rent, leav
subject to a mere nominal
on the day of sale, when a
exhib
The terms of sale are : on
ney in cash on the day of
thereof by the Chancellor,
and thu remaining third ini
on the credit payments from
by the bonds or notes of th
to be approved
ZC (. ,
B. MI.IGHE
R. M. HA
fe 18 law3weotds
HANCEtRY SALE
AISQUITH Sl REET
By viitue of a decree of Ba
ting as a Court ot Equity.
pointed for nhe purpose, wi
auction on the premises o
ot March 1841, at 4 o'clock
cing with the property oar A
ing property,
FOUR VACANT .L)I'S oni
quith street between Moniu
tronting each oin Aisquilh s
inchiesand extending hack
at right angles tiom Aisqui
ley-these lo'sai ;.'i .rum,
at the distac u-i -. i i.n
southwest intersection oft
and extend southwardly on A
te
ONE VACANT LOT at the
of York Avenue and 'Tiuxto
five feet on York avenue an
Truxton street, one hundreds
It.--, on which it has aron
Irn,- above property is all
can oe seen on application
and will be shewn on the pr
I'he terms of sale prescrie
third ofpurchase money cash.
and one third at twelve moun
the payments to bear interest
notes with security, to b
to be given for thed
ARCHIBALD SI'l
H. V. BOOL
fe22 Mh. 1,8, 10,
VALUABLEE CIT
T lE subscriber is author
sale, the following very
at reason
1. Eight LOTS OF GROU
Cathedral street, covering
Hamilton and Centre street
hont of25 feet,and run b
alley 20 fe
2. Eight LOTS of the same
street between Hami
3. Five LOTS O)F GROUND i
side of George street between
streets, each 25 fuet w
4. A LOT OF GROUND at
of Calvert and Saratoga street
st. 37 feet and running back 1
5. A LOTOF (bIltUw NIon t
day st.54 feet front
. 6, A LOT OF GROUND on t
ofDavis and Plea..,dlt i-t.--i
of Pleasant stree'l ., l.ti, ur
the old bed of
7. One hundred and twe
GROUND on the east side
ning at the distance of 1
Saratoga st, with a dept
8. 144 feet of vacant GR
commencing four teet ea..i
house built by C. Deshon
Smith. This ground has va
76 to
Proposals will be receive
the purchase of the foregoi
ty, the terms being one fo
in one two and three years,
ed by notes of hand with a
ties.
se 21-2awtfif Sol.
F 'OR RENT.-Two ve
J (Parlour and Chamber,)
IRspectable Boarding ho
quire at this offices


--INSU
F'IRim IN
T HE UNDERSIGNED ,AG
FRANKLIN FIRE I
PHILADELPHIA, continue
every description of proper
try. He would call the at
particularly to the subject
mode of insurance success
pany he represents, and w
eral in Philadelphia. Them
substantial brick dwelling
would deposit with the Ca
character and situation ot t
per cent. upon the amount i
long as this deposit rema
insurance continues without
rene
The deposit may be with
deduction of five per cent
This mode of insurance, be
of renewal antid the risk of
be much cheaper than tie
stance-a first rate dweli
mount of $5,000 by a de
$125, the annual interest
$7.50-whereas insurance
cost by tine ordinary mode
the annual pre
The undersigned also take
on as favorable termsan
The CAPITAL of the
all paid in and invested i
ner : andl certainly this
to no similar one in the
credit or character. It is
following boar
CH[AS. N. BANCK
Jas. Schott,
Thos. Hart,
Thos. J. Wharton,
Tobias Wagner,
SamI.
Sa GrantCHAS. G. BANCK
Applications for insurance
siness hours, and immed
FRANCIS H.
Lombard st.
CustomH
F. H. S. is also aa-in
INSURANCE & IIliI' P
pared to make insurance on
sell -ndowments.
AMERICAN LIFE
TRUST C
Office No. 19, Sout
CAPITAL
2 00
T HE President and Trust
ceive Money on Deposi
will be allowed; make Insu
nuities and Endownments
Trusts of every description
totheir charge, whether f
bodies, or cou
1. MONEY will be received an
interest thereon paid senmi-
conformity with the direct
terest will be placed, at tn
to the credit of the Trust
2. LIFE INSURANCE.-Pers
with thIe Company upon their
of others, for one year, a
oflilfe. The table of rates
are upon the most favorable
ficers of the Navy and Ar
had on application to th
3. ANNUITIEs.-These wi
terms as will enable the anu
income ior any giv
4. ENDOWMENTS.-A person
a capital for a son or ward,
age of 21 years, or marria
can effect it thr
Officers and Trustees of
Esq., M. D., President, Baltimor
L. L. D Vice President, New Y
Secretary, N. Thurston
Trustees.-Isaac Lawrenc
McVicar. Charles A. Davi
Hadden, Anthony Barclay,
man, P. G. Nevius, Roswell
New York; Matthew L. B
Moss, Philadelphia, James
Samuel Hoffman, Frederick
Fielding Lucas,
Applications may be made
ter, post paid to the officers
furnish time rates and othe
persons desirous of effecin
.i r anii.,-i. n, .,r. throu
itI, i. n 1 il, i li .l ; or esta
THE M E: R CHA % N TS" 11
COMPANY OF
OFFICE No. 1,3
HE Board meets daily for
lInsurance -,i,., f' In
Warehouses, lIn. Ir.s,.h V
port, Mills, Manufactorie
stock, and every discript
loss or damage by FIRE, wh
Coun
Applications by marl, or i
meet prompt attention; and
that may be ofbenefil
ISAAC I '.N,1
Dire


Wm.E. Mayhew,
Win. C. Shaw,
Thos. R. Mathews,
Johns Hopkins,
John D
ia lO d J.SAURIN
1BA.L IIFIOiE i II.'L
Has remnovedto No.
JOHN 1. DONAILD
T H IS COM PAN Y makes ln
one( or more years,or flor
rates for every
Age. Oneyear.
25 1.00
35 1.36
45 1.91
60 4.35
Grants Annuities.-Rates
60 years of,
65 1
70 "
Buys An
Sells .Endowment
Receives Mone
Executes
Makes contracts in which li
ney is i
te 27 eo W
TIHE FIREMEN'S
PANY continue to insu
Warehouses, Merchandize, Htouseh
1'ti.ii, n..., q-frd, lt..i.
ir 1arirru'L'.I fain, ru. in .
mm-4,1 h .i.l.. lur ..
From the peculiarconstructiona
tion, founded as itis known to i
S I r,-. ..i M i ri. ,u I :-ui -1v
an p .y.t -.,,-i .
f ii-i ,, ..'t i i' i |f['ain. .. i n
11l' ... .h.... ...'. rl' oi'N'L
c l-d r I -,.,u'r l
PRESENT
JOHN REESE,i
DIRECTORS
New Market Co.-John It. Elie
Liberty Lot Ensey,
United i Frederick
Union ti.'ir.5 V
Washington Bi. wo r
FirstBaltimore Samue
Patapsco t J.t. Co
Mechanical George
Friendship Charles Di
Independent 1 iSam-u \
Vigilant WI...
Detford William ce,
Courabim, "4 John Glass,
Franklin I Peter F
Howard Pet
ja1 RP __ TS
A ,L'TI7MORE F11I"lL I
OFFICE No. 20,
HE PRESIDENT
this Institution continue
ses, Warehouses, Merchan
Furniture, "I,,, and Vesses
and other descriptions ( -i ,
,i-,I- by Fire, in
S office will be p-i fo
sinessfrom 9 o',l...:j; in 11k
the aft
The present Board is c!.in..
tlem
WILLIAM A. TUCK"
Abraham Worthingtoi
William Frick,
Geo. W. Williamson,
John B. Howell,
Robt. A. Taylor,
John I. Donaldson,
Wmin. G. Hearrison,
Patrick
0. P. WIRGMA
oc 19 aw
F1IS1K{ i'.%1 L --i1u ,,
~3L FOR 14A I-Ln_
DWELIING on rhe eas
ft Ltreet above Saratoga
ao've Saratogu sl.) 'i tie
desirable in the city, and im
dwelling filled tip inm beaut
stable with six stalls, tieF
ase house and olher ctnvenu
one fourth cash, one iourt
and 4 year
mht 2 JOHN
t..Itl-.l'% *'II 'I,
..s5 PROI5OSA LS illI
i fice of Ite Btaltimoen
A J. IRtoad Company, until
ristnit, to rent either for
HOUSE arid Ground belon
Green Spring. Tnuis proper
Baltimore on the Westmint
and has been occupied by Bo
season. There are about 75 a
to thIe establishment, a pat
By order,
mh 3 dtl5lh P
WANTED) T
A ItOOM suitable orn
ing a good yaId ailttache
situated in a respectable
located within three or four
Charles and Fayette-stree
trilot office.
1MJ FOR IENT-A cove
M DWELLING with a goo
I fltaining in all terroom
a tew doors south ot'Pratta
Fountain. Apply to
his I.umber yard, N. Hi g
-- FOR REa'I'.-T
T of Ware Houie No. 199
1 .a good C., Roo.. i V
Diy Goods Store ol Messr
being one of the best bus
Possession given 1
TIFFANY,
mh 9 d4t No.
0 CUNL'Nl' IIti Il l
M ED.-Wanted to rent a
S House, with tromi 4 to
led uin a healthy part of tie
miles of the city. Any pe
rent, may hear of a punct
No. 4 Spear's wharf.I
FOR RENT-The tt
Store house on the nor
,near Sharp street, ov
and Dalrymple. Possessio
apply to MAGRUD
or to SAM'L.
oc16 dtf


MR. ARCIIER. ((Gradua
de i ..il V, i i. 'p ,,
BOARDING& DAY sCH
DI
Lexington street, 5 d
BALTI
THIS INSTITUTION is
embracing a thorough a
instruction in all the bran
Educa
There is a Prearstnery D
school, into ,l.ci, I r iu',d
duced prices. A Prospec
studies, pri ices &c.&c. may
thie Principals at these sc
made to -'.! ;'. G.n. Wi
Dennis If. PI .i,,1 Pro
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem., .
my; Roswell Park, Prof. of
versity of Penn,; Rev. Dr
Rev. John C. Backus, Re
11. NIagruder, Dr.R.N. Hal
Dallar F*.," 'ia.. F. Gi
Esq., V. .:'5,,"snIo. E q
Baltimore; Rev. E. WV. Gi
Rev. John Davis, Ci;Vm.lr
Finney,'Hlarhbrd co, 'Iln.
41- id I 1 1SS 10 HOlh. aII--
DAVISON'S MUCH
PRACTICAL
M111USCUL.
To the acquisition of bea


PENMA
T HE best evidence in sup
continued succession 11, ,-
ed. The MNIUSCULAR (,.l o hs
est scrutiny both in itheo
case has it proved other
Maryland Institlute of teac
under .i ,.. -ii .ti-i.o for t
proved -i I .. i theory
in an editorial says "tihe
in favor andt i., '.,.r..".. d
ed p u blic." I :,ii, al
"t.e Guide commends itsei
the most ori dinary capacity
convinced ol its vast pract
the edlitor of thIe Pilot am Tr
plan a"gieat improveuirent."
Clipper joinin i coinmendatin
schools ihave adopted Ihe
uime to time from individual
tlh.ve been presented to the
".'.., who can rem
B. Rooms open diy an
at all hours of tlhe day-
Rooms 41 Baltimore stt

kenm Warehouse No 3
& B(to which lihe ii now re
tablishmnent) will Ren
Baltimnore st. occupied byb
one o tihe most desirable sd
tensive business; the Sto
with a good two story firp
alley. The front Store is
anrid 3d stories 30 feet front
windows ini the store, an
T'en.wnt a !. in- lease wi
premises .I te 23 iti
ai 4.A Vf VI. i *I k. I .-' 3
prmi e .l. i-e:--The prem
i_ I '. street, and
as nhe "Ga. ette (Oithce" vi
a term a ol years-tie situato
ble one, either for a i. ..i
siness for which the b ni
near Baltimore street. Pob
dihately. For terms, app
premises, or of
fe 3
S'OttI SALE-A small
about 54 Acres, good L
ll hood ot Govans Town, i
livation, a healthy situation, good
fine water. The improvement
-ti.hi. Q, --ach House, ath Ho
til) Li'.,n &c., andl al
a good Kitchen Garden,A
with ai abundance
Immediate possession can
thse slock. Apply at thii
lJst ti iE I (III ms 1.
I. l i I | i ..; tI I -| I.,
.i,.11 !0 ., ..h1 t.. toie
i l Dwellintig, situated in
will he sold on accommodate
tion to
fe 22 1m R 1 a r
r FOR SALE O R RE
-..r ., BRICK DWELIN
at *.. second house
senutoccupied by Mrs. Wae
given about the 3d May
CHAS. W. K
fe 24
h i-'T -l-throe swayBR
(__ HOUSE No 69 Pratst,
lH. ,latelv occupied by A.
SPossession given hirst Marc
r S. FENB
fe 27 corner
A S M1ANY PEitON
1" at this season of the y
Fever and Annu. thev ar
GOULEY'S I I 1 .1.. I .l.
been productive of more ben
of Bilious Fever and Fever
rmedrirne extant. The
DROPS will also be found a
cue, in all cases of Whoo
&c. They have, during the
before the public, performed
and the proprietor does no
where they have been used
given, in which they have fin
m was promised. Gouley
will also be lound an excel
i-i. n .l ih ..... rhe rec
I I- I I n,- t-, SPE
itI, ,.I. numerous attemp
.1 -' .n . -.-. ,', .. -. nu-s
regard to 1 'VI-f1%R. 1m
to receive numerous test
effects from allclasses of o
....',..,, i,'v. r.ibi,-,t- hi."
r.1 -1 mm.! in- hi .- t-. n i
Ii-' 'in i -r. tl: .1 i n.: .Ih i
gin m ,,t. h,1-[i su c ..i ,r ,sinsi
circulated against hn
LOUIS
BALTIMORE, J
Upwards of twenty years
compelled to have a tooth
so injured the jaw bone,
the whole of it to come o
s ,reness. Nothing I cou
fi nally thi place on imny.t
continually dischargin-- ":i
pain to the head, and -.. I'm
state of affliction. During
course to various applic
others, but all to no purp
extensive, as almost to r
length. beinr afflicted wlit
Stotry Dr. GOUI.EY'S fr I
I tound the ulcer improving
of the Bitters, it became e
restored to its wontetd he
Bitters an excellent famil
would also recommend
a-. O. 1 -I r 'I, .. .
hi.'* ha- inn-.I-u h l inirl -" '
IILl]'t-i i a
Corner of Samatoga
(In Sarato
In addition to tne above
scriber has the following
ant being pinicipally iri
can recommend them
SUBI.IMATl, an excellent
Grease tioom Cloths and
TABLE T()OTH PASTE, for
Teeth and (Gnumns, an exce
nine I. I. t. i article
Oil, Anmtque Oil, Circas
if Florida Water, hose
^ Brushnes, Tooth Brushe
I s -()rdens carettilly s
' ((rwarde toany parto
fa 11- .., . tiTi i.)
"1 ON Jr. are hietebi inir
n duly authenticated wi'h
tne fi st Idmy oti May next
to s, id Joshua T. Roysten
rue rate payment t
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WM. GEORG
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1j Il L I IJ) (CkI. ;-'%I
Sot William P. Pouder,
for the benefit of tihe Ins
hereby notified to piersen
thentileatd t, Geo. E est,
debtors' estates(Comnt Hou
signed trustee, on or before
preparatory ho di
WILLIAM
fe 18 la 8tit
t i 'm i> U"Irthl
i'l ,1 l n t'. ri i tin-i
benefit o the Insolvent L
sent their claims dulthy
EARNEST, Junr. Esq. audih
Estates, or to the utdeisg
the fiith tray of April next,
ot assets.
f' I law2mn S
N .11; 1
11'41 1 C .r,,, hall .-i in n
S I,--, I State. -. 474 m
subscriber and d-pos'ted in
on the 9h o f November 18
never cames to hand. The
directed to Charles Hulse,
are h reby caunlioned again
siid halt not,., as the sub
the Bank of thie United S
place of the one missing.
was duly received
ja 7 law3m
WARRA-fNTED FRENM
STO
COLOG
\78 and ESOPSd
FRENCH
BLO
AND CALIE
) PLASTERO
.~'4 ,o
'PAR

IFUNTIE Subsrb
ers begl
il-lin urn tn ,,
that t1,.' a
I t '
above artic
quality, at tesot
s t possible notice. They
Burr BLOCKS, selected b
quarries
Orders from any part of
panied with satisfactory r
attend
They may be seen at their
nue, near Pratt street bri
Saratoga streets, Bal
ie 25


NOT
r O TIIU G1OCi'.RS--
ly ( .- -, i t-.l tdit.ai I l.
ment and t intend quitti
BUSINESS-Suchis not th
find itto theirinteiest to
liberal share of their patr
is the largest in this city
GOOD SUGAR, and pure
". ni pou the most reaso
EaL t Lombaid, Con
-mh 3 dtw _.

SCo-nartner'hipion the 24tl
dier the firm of ISAAC OW
pectfully inform their frie
that they will contin
MISSION BUSINESS at t
Owens, No. 80 Dugan's wiha
public patronage
ISAAC OWEN
Baltimorp, MNarch 4, 184
...... .ENGINEERSf
BALTIMORE AND O
1 '(-.%''S Li' ateinvie
I '.- i, r i. ri ls to beh
the Railway Track between
berl
Sumwed Lumber for Uider-sil
54,593 sticks of Scantling,
long. clear o t'stump-shot
bhaid m
54,500 do do 3xl0
Making together
Hewn Timber for
105,600 sticks, hewinl flat
thickness oh'41 inches, a
7 feet
30,200 do flatted in same
i,.-l i tiI, and len t
Cast lion for Ch
52,800 Joint ChairE, weighing
52,800 MIddle (o do
52,800 Bottomt Plates, d
Total Ibs. cast ir
Wrought Iron
105,600 Scre wv-bltos 7i
drainwt. I tlb. each,
105h 60 Nuts for same,
wt.1 lb. each,
105,6ft0 ltWashers, orfa
long by 2' wide, aind
mess. nihd woi-.,ir,-, 9-
105,600 Plates t i i ,..ln
width, and 1-1l thick
pound,
844,8110 H.ok-lheadd Si
7-16 square in the st
oz. eavh,.
The Suweri Lumber may be
witti inott lie lhalr an rinc
stick; lice fiomn large kno
kind.-A portion or the 4t5M
poe d lor to be furniesho
same conditions as to quali.i
may beat Baltimore. Geo
Cumbei laiin, or any other
road, rintd the proposal wil
times at which the Lums
Proposers to whom more
ju-t named aie accessible,
prices 1.,r delivery at each;so
be Compai.y t1i regard to
be accei
TI'he itwn Timber, intended
suitiprt-ilheks, imaiy be o
chenu-oakI, or ofchiesnutii
,ird strain-it in on.e direct
delivering it in the iroughs
irudertake thlie hie wing on i
he c. in so word his proposal
of the sticks must be sncel
dressed to he ot the full dim
bark andil ax-kerf. Ilthei
hark is loose, it must be st
ry. The delivery may be m
line, between Harper's F
thIe points between which
slated. There are to every
hoard measure of'41x8, and
ling, 1056f cross- ties dressed
dressed to 3 inches thick.
ceived for a less .,ii..]t.i
ber than will lay-
'T h r ., i ; i It". tthe c ai n
easy - tI,,' m us of
and 'i -i. 7 'l h f ...hn. con a
teini. I -.. -.. in t .e
tough iron and made with e
torm and size. The washers
with the proper section, c
Sassagieot the tbolt. ThIe
The hook-headed spikes t
quality as that o
S The iron fastenings just
ait Baltimore, Harpets
point t other line of the ro
places-and the places antm
related i.h. proposals.
tracc "i ..I,.- .. of casting
. -591 Ibs. of iron washers-
e 22.17 lbs. of spikes. No pa
tIan will supply 10 mi
Monthly estimates will be
each kind of materials so del
v valueat the contract nri i .. i
ving to the Compr any th...i ',,
i itthsin Baltimn ore City I. 1-' i
e stock orders or the Compa
r rng the option of paying for t
I manner, when the deliv
S contracted or shall have
, the co
n If the materials contrae
are not fitrnisliped at these r
e may dissolve thie contract
8 on any wihic maay have b
t no estina',s (, r. -..,, ,a
s oif materials i't. i. '. i
s comrinnciting thedelivery
,. i shall be made att
CuI ni, l ieilan orr Ma,
- option ofIl te contractor, a
h e made inl Baltimore.
Swhinch tihe tnat-rials shall
s parts of the line will be s
A contracts, and particulars w
to thie undersigned. It wi
I on hall oft the whole i ,
t delivered as early as .. b
h Ist of December next. A
.upports and iastenin1gs wi
thie Company's office in Ba
The proposals will be dire
schiber, either at Baltimo
s hurgh-and will he receive
-s proxmno. By order ot th
yBENJ. It.L R
d Lc. a
i Balton.. Feb. 10. 84
- ~J.A.,Si IONAB'LEWGS
, FASHION


S. jIGGLES,N.3 ll
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t in o ie eir e
cap
RigKs' Rose, Violet. Camp
and Military
Riggs' VEGETABLE ESSN
fume lor the hi
Concentrat,d Esse
Double Extrct of Roes,
de-Cologne, Pear's Bloom
and permanent bea
Superfine Face Powder,
the i
Atkinson's Depilatory,
hair trom Ihe faI c
Sackent's Powdver,
Alla-a,'-deeni MahomedD D
onthe txea eye-browrs or
bhick or brown- Also, Veget
hat neither in 'n-or. p
cane cani
Essentce oel Tyre ar
Atkiiisot's Curling Fluid
Tlhi- atiicle is very gene
inost ladles
ics-, 0 eii, ia
Aniquen anml
PHose Li
Ciothes, heai, nail and to
manu'ah
\ handsome assortment
htu
Gentlemen's El
Having received the late
ions, and the best marsteri
order at the shortest no
i I ,fI- .,, i TI .i
11.'l 3 ,1 .... n t .3 i. rn
;y J.as. Baiini ,.i. q jo. esq
ind tosr tihe City of Ballmai
umnaway, nawen.ii MARi
StShe is ol'd,nlm complexion,
intd about 20 or 25 years -.
Elnwaid lDorsey, Esq.m ofItw
Alhen conunitedl, a (fark
no cape, blue cout on hearu c
cotton nuderdress and old c
,cars on ech sirc te oh thie ti
ed hy the K
The owner (i ilmy) of h
woman, is ieqiues'cd to co
ty, piy -.. nd tak
i lln bB Ii ,l -
I). HIR ElN
to 9 lan9w Bait.
( nII.Z I ORt 'I- A
.' \'. n'l{'I - U ,Tli,," ,i i. .,
sin-r. -- ,i .-. ..,,....- an 1n-
I l *i i '1. 1, \o 18 .,- . ...
cure of Tetters and Ringws
had occasion to use it and
desired
John F. Towner
Caleb Whitmore
H. Griffith, Jr.
Jesse P. 'I il..-itht,
John P. Howard,
G...-' :,. lI : .
T. L I I -,,t Il. n,
John H. Ensor,
F. G. Waters
Mrs. E. ShawW
Jesse RWim-,s.h.
Frances
BALTIMORE, N
lHaving been afflicted with
ihe last twenty years, at ti
ures and found, no relief, and seei
the Tetter," I was induced
have the desired effect. F
i suffered from the same ca
ELIZABETH "-
The above remedy can be p
ofR. H. COLEMAN & CO. 1.
SI TIT H \iN',i-.. ....-P
TAiBLECOVERS, S
JI UST RECEIVED a loto
and 7-4 Worsted Tabl
Stair I IN .\. ,.f super
Drab, .lia,', Ble, Crims
sted DAMASKS and MORE
he sold very low for cash
Those in want are respectfu
amine for themselv
mh 1 P


I 1FUI 1 t : I I .
Via the Chesapeake Bay a
Rail Road,



li-le lev the I' !re end o.f... -1
'S.



ry ), uilut~n lu,.iti ii,
Spear's whart, laBaltrim
NESDAY and FRIDAY, a
as soon as the Eas
IPassengers for Chiarlesi
Porttuinonth, on the Rail R
tance by daylight, and wil
hours ptior to t'le departure
ton, and will certainly ar
as by any ro'ahir. r.u'e andi
four hours in advance. s
route
i'p, . for Richmond
ba. .i .. I i-, Boan's, an id aive a
tinaion the' following da
without loss of rest-witht
without thie shll
No treight will be receive
ture between I and
JNO. C. MOALEI
fs 22 dtIlthiIM
T ".. r. ; ? ItLA.. a
HAV_
The Steam
ENTwri11comm
''4' unimur ronnIorb saono
-" ,'' HUR!A 0 A
nitl i, .,i ii, \ -i .',e, d
ery in,.:. ,i u 'hursdaySIe
Slat' l ,- I i lihe ecily of
other places on the Patxent
thence oni the Sunday ifollo
'unda.iyv until further notie
MN., and stihe will stop at F
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
anid fare to or IroF
Freiglht .s
Ie23
It i' '\iii tl A* L.\ .1
M"L ;
'E N wENI, wil
<"i='Jr l '" *'"- '-' '
1 aind W h~ri i I city of
-.- altimore frFirHvn
I N It.,R' iG a-Iha inatee
o'clock, and return from
fIeighl intended ori Fai
whaol oniI Monday, ani I the
be on thie wharf at F.ir H
meridian, to eiure its being
av .I. ,._ .......3
)iU .>..'&.,. t'U..+ Ik 11
EAS
Th'le earrboatMrln
u ,- willc
t hen bon ., t nv
DAY NEXI' 2d MacN n
w"L-. D A 'a N ET
contitinp to in in tie ab o
and FlIIDAY, leaving Ht i
arid return Irom thIe a
DAYS and SA'TUIl)AYS,
o'clock itn l r
Passage to Easton and Cai
Passage to Annapi
I'assgie- frou Ainitapois
Far e in
N. BI. Ihag-geg a
n'in 6 1P Id I
'OI.. AlLi.2XAN' l'r,. .
-


Co,,i, erce street wharl n
D)AY, the 13thl ins
Goods intended for s mip
marked, aind delivered alone
on Satur day.
mih 9 d5t P A
FOil C11hKrEHTEOI
ROCK
a-, -=- '
".-". s"u- ei' Steam
RichuardtKenney;in illcorn-
ZdVameocevites I on nt v
route, leaving I eight street
Quaiy,) on TH'-IURSDAY
I it inst., at 9 o'clock, ani
THURSI)DAY MORNING. '
tirst rate order, and every
be given toi
SAM'L. M. StHO
irnh 8 ... N "
.'7. pii r i-o,: I
AND PORT
The steamb
P. .. .. -E '
r, T * *", *-' : w, l
wil In' iave> lrgh i :hart
I% ..(near....h",Q__,,
I u-i, uti :in9,, ,NI -i
o'clock, andi will take
places. Freight can be se
f afternoon or 'i
All baggage at the is
S. M. SHOEMI
mih 8
'Au L N E'1.,L-.i-t ,- ,%-
TRAVE
,, '. .-
- ."'. .
-. >. :,, '.,_., .' *-, .'*
a NUIE GOOD INTi F
I- leavBe lialtinmor every
S at r theI art i i of thile P l
t For Wheli- nghF;, l'i .-,,
m and (incitnnti, via., i tin-
r and National Road, t
I - i. to Wt- .,
I I'l l -' FASt" I '. le
O'clock, for Itlie above cities;
ti as e Good aIntent Line.
'n TI'lie above Lines connect,,
t Ohio Lines -- r,:. -also,
L ville, I .. 'i..",., Louisvi
1 l
t F or ".- i I 1., -
e sition - -, -. ,, i i 1 P
S site th.: I i, ... i ..


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HUiTCHiNSON
THOS. SHi-IiVE,
ALPHEUS BEALIL,
WILLIAM H.
J. A. WEA


" ^*-^^-C ;- 1
N EW OPmOSITII. --1I
L- TO $ 10.-' ihe Pionee
commenced rnnnirng an
Baltimore Pind Wheeling,
( i, .' i t- i
P', -.i.:.,i i the above
of ;I.. in,'; ... and Ohi
a' 7N, and proemed -too Frein
and Ohio Ruil Road, and t, or eoi
tional litoad, in splendid T
in as short a time
For seats and further in
only office for the above
opposite the R a
Don't foret it is the
FI(C: J ia 19 d3m .
I Sit ,T Rin .'O F
PHILAD., WILMINGTO
RA L R1OA I)


I W 1 1. L a l i. I N 1.
SI)E .PTcorneoFr of 'inre
tIAILY, Sundays excepted
Merchminditze and common
Goods till also be received
spective A-tatin on the r
wj- It is a ,t 0 ..n
transport action -. i .r e c.
p,,.Inn...............I.
I'. ,i.l.. .i . wl l h all
wi thiin twenty-lunr hours of
A. CPAWFO(gI
Phitad. W. &B.
Ratmi tinrP, De 1I tlhrl. Sl
C, Ilm
I Mn nIiD-.LOTHI
S i in P NY, oi t CieIte
beg Ie ve to iutlorn {Ieir
ol tiin uminouio s cois ginger
which thln-ir coal have sect
have been in mr. aket, they
their tnining operations, an
pared to i supi] ly large quanii
ring ihe enn'timg sear, poin
to all Ipurpos-s for wiich ii
to be used. 'IT'leir teris w
during thie present year, v
.. ... in put on boad
1:1 I -i. i .. M anchester
For small coals suitable li
bushel- lot sere-ried coals
,ixna Iumpi coal, 20 cemse
deem it piop r to .-itae tor
in tnatiulachnirring iw i n, an
it has henu atistantorily
ar pe culinary suited to th
lor smiths' work, impartin
cess gceat stren.'ln
UDrin g the past -., ., i. i
nlents were ina mdie by dueo
sionern, at thie Navy Yruta
i tibrnuninoi -coals, with
thi tusei ol ith Navy Depa t
thie various purposes for w
government. These trials
to the Mui Lotlhian coals,
tracts tfor supplies f te l
A.S. WOO0
President L. M. C
Richmond, Va.
IThe undersigned agent tor
ceive and exeeuie with ca
any extent atthe above piac
est cuirenrt Ire ght.
I 16 Ae sntI Mit'Lo

T I RACULOUS()RI
U1 VEN i El) MlAN, O
struction in the Newly Inve
Manner of WASIIING, a p
i.'. ;,l '-. m. e a 1, nd
1h ', i..' .i n tli. i i- i
:'I. i i n. -i '' i n.. an
and lor the renovation and in
and the ernemovl of rinklsas
ness of toe lace, productpta
beautiful and fresi, Laaies .
to get direction and insrn
miraculous manner .-.f a n'
on C. WILLE & Ip i. 1.:.
for CH.G. SEI PPEiL, iiher
hear Ihe tar niculars..
DAVID HO)Lb'FA
A NEW WOI5K entill
PEEP INTO MY NOTE
lished by Plaskilt & Cougl
tie & Brown oin Boston-Als
author's" a' .. '.. by G
tion in two voluame- of th
as also of the i"Legal Outl
those Botks-llers,and may b
of the Union. All of these
a lime owing to the difficu
price of the legal works h
suit the time-. A few copi
tures, and Syllabus,
ja 27 PRCS


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Fi qIi k .Ki ..i.. L U li ...i '..
sident and I hri. rrv
1That on Saturday the 26th i
at 5, o'clock, A. M. a tra
C., i,. ii.y's )epot a" % iri.t .
"i i.. Ballinmore rq. .I %,
to connect with the trai
for Baltimore a
The returning train will
pot at the junction ol the
the arrsal at that place of
timore tor Washi
At 35 o'clock P.M. another
pot at Annapolis and reach
il time to connect with t
timore and Wastiington. an
immediately alter exchange
tra
Thie Company's Locomotive
and experienced Engineers
and well built. Every poss
to the comfort of passenger
be taken by the Comtparny
portation and del
Tire rates for transport
follow
For the whole distance
A\ hir al, and Baltim
For 1r .. -..-.r.i. rhstir
Annapolis and Washingt
For any shorter distance at
ter cents
Tickets may be obtained at
more and Ohio Rail Road
Washington, which will ena
free of all other charge t
polis. And in like manner
panry, in Annapolis, trav
which will enable them to
charge to Baltimore or t
SOMERVILI i. IP N
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II I. .- % :' ,n i1O. D

to YORK arid WRI
LUMBIA,-slartinglrom t
of North &t Sai atoga str
FROM YORK TO VWRI
LUlM BIA, at 1 o'clock, P
lumbia tor York at 1f o
Baltimore at 3
By '1- .aiio... .or.. ..
Cars, -r,(,.., i i.. B. s
p It a 1 . -i. -. rri br
with l' .., ,- .
Goods intended for trans
this Road, will he receive
North street extended, on
A M. aind 4 P. M1. A tick
quantity, to whom, and
pany the articles, and it
must also be sent fot
i- t its i, ir IF i IIt i i
ry instance i ll I.,: ,.-
and charges will be promp
Goods, and that no drawback
naiges, if not claimed wit
livery of
hjg-Nothing can be forward
of thte road, between Yor
f is p
1.,I) C. H.OR



O F THBE Pissenger Tia
'i'h-, and Washingto
1ST JANUA
MAIN ST
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
do (to "
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferr
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
do
Frederick,
do
(to.110 .M
Harper's Ferr
"WASHINGTO
FROM BA
H.
For Washington, a
t do "
FOR BAL
4H.
From Washington,
do
Passengers by the r,,,,r'-
can connect with it,- i t
I louse;-and those destir
the train Iroin larper's
the Relay House it) ample
'i.ini-. train lor Wasti
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NOT


B i 1,1 l.,xt, 1i. .i, i
-exIra tlaoi, for the ac
als attending Howard Distri
thier notice, leave Ellicot
excepted,) at 5
o.hr 9 W S. W
i I.,! i i-. 11MM. i*.
PHil l. IMA. hii l. XiI
msIIlI' L l ik-i)ALP.
.,,..-.-.., l, T..... i


rg'illL I". "t. ,tIt.e
SU. TAT.ES M IL, leave
,, ;i ;rine o'clock-te p n
SIhi, *r.. anid reach Phila
'-': I' M in time lorth
Y o
The r-.-i'ttinr h.-nretof
ny for "i- . li. t,,.l.. a
ease and u I....1i oftrav-el,
will be contied.
(K3-Colored Passengers mus
office before
***Packaees intended for
be lelt previous
de 23 PiS id
VVIN'I ;.K Ni. % 1
G FRAT Ii EIO|+'g1 ti W
MAll. LINE, D)AII
1-THE ONLY LIN CARBY
THIS 1I THE ON

LI.. I...I. ;4l
rlllt5. PL.l:l. Li a., .t(]1
inlormined that by t Cl'Bt
for Washington at 4, P. N
ington, I'l i'. I tl,-i, B
d(on, anit ,i, ii. r.., .
reaching i f I, .ir. iIe:- .
i!ALTl01MORI,and often
of any other Line,-the Co
tound by the Post.Master
lowing I l,
Leave PIit .. i, A
reach Ballimore, 2 P. M
.Leave Baltimio
leach Wasrhington 6 P. .
Leave Wa thing
reach Fr .1 -I .1 .Hi.. Is
Leave I i ..* ...
reach I.. .... .. . I
Leave Rchrnon
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M
Leave P. '., .
reach t, -.:-.,n I A. M .
Leave Weldont
reach Wiliinioton 1 P. M
Leave Wiliniun 1
reach Charlcston next da
660 Mli. ..,
As this Line carries the
cannot be dtelyed,) arid
RO.AD LlNE, it v.,ill be p
Traveller, unless in some
is sure of' a connection thr
dent that Fogs, Rough Wea
ten occasion delay in a r
of'which ii by t-he Bay,-tHe
jec:ed to Sea-Sickness,
risk, fromu boats '. i.. .*
to compiIete wit:, im,
1, 0UT E
The above Line will be
CERTAIN and EXPEDITI
tractive-as it passes thr
ment and in smgtt ol Mo
and 'i i, r-dericksbig
burg, .. .,. and mostih
gi t
IT IS ALSO CHEAPE
AS CHEAP AS THE
DON; and Travellers have
their B
This is also much the
cheape-it route, andl tihe
interior of Virginia, N
at -' - ., ii. 1...
-I ..l .!-,. N. C.- 45 i
-'r I,, .. ..- i ..t cityf
the Raleigh Rail Road to
Milton, Danville, tc-.-
This is the ONLY DA
anid Pet
<.5!'.,. ....,*. r, f,,.r tl
r i. 1 ... ., h .a
-.r-... i. u '. u, r '...-.,
apply at the office ot
Adjoining the Philadelphia
i-e 12 dttlB r
P'NGLIS1H GOOILB.
The subscriber hai
Pm .:.it.,uui. at,-
h, ,, i.hli([KHY PL \
i-t ..~. I 0rt.0-, uhiu c cdro -nl
ley, has taken the m-
iis l me fae i
On hand as usual, F
TAL TREES suitable to pla
to 15 leet Laburnumns, M
Waymroithi Pinre, Arbo Tdil
glish Yew, Ornarmental Sb
Perp trial White anid Bluin
plants, especially the Ev-re
ne e and :, ..'i h.....-i. ,,i
Plants and i ,' ,ii y- -... t -.i
Asparagus., IH-.. .. h.i, '
Raspberry, Strawberry an
for sale at his usual mod
and pm iced Catalogues, to b
sltbscritfer, orofl:. i,.' C
will al-o receive r,.I. ,- i
more convenien
ROBT. S
Clairmont Nursery,
CI-The Spring is these b
i.,,; Shbrubbary arid al
i, 2aw4t _
LUM
r 6 0 0itFo FEnT Fl g, S
4 Joist, on b
from North Carolina
1UDAH 8
Who will receive orders
Mill LUMBER, upon the


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