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Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser
Uniform Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser (Baltimore, Md. : Daily)
Alternate title:
Commercial daily advertiser
Published as:
American & commercial daily advertiser
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. Pechin
Place of Publication:
Baltimore Md.
Creation Date:
February 3, 1841
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daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Additional Physical Form:
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>
General Note:
Accompanied by occasional supplements.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 02257236
lccn - sn 84031211
issn - 2325-3169
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AA00020290:00010

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S-AMERICAN


& COMMERCIUiL DAILY ADVERTISER.


PUBLISHED EVERY aoBNINaG Ba
DOBBIN, tURPPHY 4 BOSE,
Ko. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE.
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n die city-all new advertisements appear in both
papers.
C RUDE CAMPHOR--10 cases Cnrde Cain-
phor, for sale by SAMUEL ETT'ING.
mhb It d8t P No. 55 Smnttlh's wlhft.
tLOVtES--IL-B t'.5. ,a- CIOVtKS, tor sale by
C 1..\1A.I .\:.D & ELWEI.L,
mh 11 P 86 Bowly's whf.
f'LO(V'IETN 15EEL-,, La-'' I, *1 ti-.- a-I ..i..
C lfor sale by BUCK & t HpRI,
mb 11 No. 8 Spear's wht.
jlLtiVic'ac'ilu.--faiuma.- I iaa., -'.lLli. rm u.-r-
C and for sale by
mhrI G. I. VICKERS & CO.
H o p~-is---.- ^,j7 ,?,- rio-- -- ..,. -,.M ..-.' ii.-. p., '] ,, i-.' -. i.,
H by WITHINGI'ON & EASTVMAN,
ml II P 85 Biowly'-s flif.
SAILa,-15U ke.s assorted sizes, iao sale by
N WITHINGTON & K.ASTMAN,
mh 11 P 85 Bowly's whf.
OUAP-luO boxes laashlin SOAP. tor -ale ay
GARLAND & EL'WELt.,
mhil P 86 Bowly's iaf.
L.'I'l'.Il ,an.a a., aI i l'i- .. I . II. ,
PtGARLAND & ELWEi.L,
mh I1 P 86 litwly'.a whf.
7 l3-. iifivtlLI 111iN m'i -' ... --, ti in -
I otthy Seed, repre-eated achicae lot, Ilor sale by
mhro It EIXSEL & SI'ONEIiRAKKR,
'3 OLAasSES-53 htids. MstnIaitaia- f.oaha lor
. sale by EDWIN 1.,u. I i\,
minh 10 1I 'Commarca St.
't1. l U lBh.S COtIKWOUUj-aO liou aIs. CUjOiK-
SWOOD, for sale ny C.V, KAf KI'H US,
romh 10 9 Cmnerce street.
B l -i'l1 I' a I i(.i4 l 'oli-h-i-i i1.- ie,.-i al' .a.-da
stamp, constantly on haand hair "ale bY
('. W. KARTHAUS,
mh 10 No 9 Couiinerce simre-t.
JHANlDi.-i.ai i.r.a .. a ii II | 1 1
J and Philadelphia 1st and 4th proof BRANDY.
For sale by JOHN P. AD)AMS,
mh I1 7 Bow-ly'i -'sharf.
( RIlP slli..D aL-., kh n-a. -, i ..o a,.i,a.a,ta5
for sale by
WITHIINGTON & EASTMAN,
mh II P 85 Bowl)'s wlf.
C H E1.SLE-25 casts and 50 boxes, in good order,
lor sale by
WITHIINGTON & EASTMAN,
nmb II P -5 ibowly's %hlf.
qo&,L I-ii o T n~i; .^ (AA11.tI.A. i i.
C Linen CAMBlICS anud Lhien In ed i,, If .'-
an extensive a-sortneunt alnd on rita beet lerqi at
mh 10 da P ('11 A RIES JO-ilN H Aa''TS.
l Tl .i.U\$ Ia- '.a i. I *. I i*i .4 -..,a i- ..-
Light Hollow War:e CASI'1NGS, well ,,isosted,
forsaleby WM A. MOALE,
mh 11 9.) Bowly's whf.
I 4'.11 ', Ii.'\l 's t--5., l '.MS, 5LO I-tiLUl.-
DEBS, cuted by J. Filcth, laoriroi lv y otataliluaoie
-for sale low by G. CASSARD & SON,
mh 11 67 Calvprt St.
IJp t'r.aCI I-tt.t.lA lJ'--I" -l alm i^l -a'."J -a -".
casks, lor sale by
GARLAND & ELWELL,
mh 11 P 86 riawiy's w-harf.
LD WHtlITECOi'FEL--14u b0agst I ilelaiC
Maracaibo COFFEE, lor sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
mh 1 1 08t P 55 tnmit'- w-lt.
' ItmILAt5 li'wltA k 'UNiJS-A buiul li heck
lor $ l393,60, for sale by
J.W.OSBORN,
mh It P 82 lowly's wharf.
P 014.Oli.-2l bbis. Aluess Baltlimuie packed, lor
5 bbls. Primn sale by
WITiiNGTOiN & EASTMAN,
mhb I I P 85 Boiwly's wa-,rf'
Ai ^ i."Il it 0 .L it .t-i a :.. I I -,
receiveat, in tlmane order, for sa!e by
DAVID THURSTION, N. Howard st.
mh 10 4t n'xt Biaghan'.- D-pot.
FrU 1 11m 11'lli t,,.a .'J -- ,,.' .. ,i,, iaa u,..,,
. SEED,to be received thki aday and Ior sale by
DAVID THURSTON,
cmh 10 41 121 North Hoaard t.
C I1 R'e%.' ll IN l --I ,tm .. .... I i l a 1 i..,.'h.-
S and Venitiau CA RPETINGS, tbr sale by
WM. E. MAYHEWX & CO.
mh 3 dim I German st.
*O. CABIN CUIGAIRS-A lew Ithousandt Lug
L- Cabin CIGARS, in store and for sale by
A. SEEMIt.I.ER.
mh5 Baltimore stre tI, near'l,- I i'
I ia 'N B A G S o io-i,,, .. .. .I .,I Il-,. ia i
S Bags, of strong material, aor sale by
JNO. THEODORE KALL,
mh 5 2w 7 Commerce st,
i'-iiET;-,l-t^L-^-rT-t.- 5 ::--i-.,, t, ,. ....\ 'IL.,
received and Ior sale by
WMI. CHESNUT,
mh 3 ?d P No. 8) Pratt -stra-t.
P RIME UPlAAND *-OTT'o.
Mad..ira and Sherry WINES
Silk and Cotion UaMBti.LAS, For sale by
mh 11 R. & A. CART.ERhf, No. 74t Bowly's whif.
FR' E-ASURY -. i'ra Il:S1ll, CUSTO II I--:
.3FUNDS, wan'eal on or beto:e thb '5thh inst. by
JNO. THEOD)OHE KALL,
rob 11 dt25 7 Commerce st.
| -'tL --I :: -'. '- -..- i-I - it"l I I ER, landing this
ia.i lit .U-i m.[r I' 'rI... 1 1 .1 a i, sale hy
SAMUEL GETTING,
mh I S d8t P No. 55 Smoith's whaif.
4HIRT BOSOMS & CO LRlS-Just me-
S ceived, 2 ca eas Linuen Shirt Collars arid Boioms,
for sale low by IMIBRIE & FARNUM,
mh 11r7 :7. Charless t.
UGAIQ t HOUSE I(IOLASSES.-lot0 bbhls.
Sand 20 hhdi, prime Suoar House MOI.ASSES,
landing aund lfor sale by SAMUEl, ETTI NG,
mh II isd8t P No. 55 Smitah's wmrf.
W HITE PiG. IRON.-135 tons Forge PIG
IRON, will be sold rery low to close a con-
gnomnerAt WMI. A. MOALF,
mh 11 No. 95 Ilowlv'as whiarf.
'IL'It It ll 'I.U-:. I l..- A- % r. '-m. I- -'.'
. i ) o. 11 I E .A r.-. -m I I I ... .... ,
by THOSE. B. ADAIR,
mil I 4t P Comaiice st.
A 4oo-o LIIi,1 \V!'-.'-IllN 1:1ABACON
j 4w p W ~of god quality, just leceivedl oni
consignment, and Ior sale low by
mb i I G. CASSARD & ShON.
1i: X, o V AtL I II*" illI-t L4*
554 HORSE HIDES
Cargo of brig uisan, just receiveal trom Moiatevi-
deo, and for sale by WM. HOWELL & SON.
rotlli P'
O 9llll TON' i'.aa.-.. avlv i.I IiiiiAI IIa.'a,
i Lp'9 9 of good aij IIIa\, 'a ,i1 i,- ..,I1 i a-a I ,w to
lose consign cents, im i-ia: O ., i i.ci" tl ,.a-i-a
,I 'a a'm I.' t .
mh 1I 95 Bowly's whlf.
/ M i t-L K IC .i lN PI- llN r.I .', .,, c . li, ; .i ,,1
.-i. lark style., from time Franklin, Providence and
Peunepack Print Works, tor sale by
GEORGE & YATES,
mn 3 d No. 12 Geriuan st.
L lI-E, IMt.- LI !i-" -' \mi .il-ncy lor the sale
ot Lime is established at No. 221t Cheapside. Or-
ders will be filled fomn the Glen Ellen and Cool
Spring, York Boad Kilns, at Ihi ehaorta-t notice.
_au520 CSP HERV N. W II.AS. Ateant.
"Ll1I lti"LLL..'- "a. P I' at, lli -i
t received a general assortment o0 UMIHlIEI,,AS
& PARASOLS, sumtahle lor the country trade.
LEWIS M. WAX RNER& t;O.
mh 2 No. 185 Ballinoaasi. (ula stairs,
CORNER BAL'r1MOUKK & CIAiCLERS.
Parasols anal Umbrellas, a very ext-asive stork
of Parasols and Umbriel'ta, at tactoi prices, ti ease
or doren, at CHARLES JOH-tN HART'S.
mh 10 d P
H OLLAND GIN.--The I .-I aa, ,veil knoan
brands >t HOLLAND Iil N ,Ia eaathtled to


debenture: Vine Leal, Swan, Stork and o;i.. ,- brands
of surarior quality and flavor. In store andi lor sale
on liberal lerms by THOs. B. ADAIR,
mh It 4teo4 P Commerce st.

N MW ORLEANS MOLASSES-
ll0hllds. ) superior nw crop New Orleans
30 tierces -MO)LAS!Ea, catgo schr. Gen'l .
328 bbls. ) Wayne. For sale by
JOHN P. AD)N'.MS,
mh 11 7 lNMa 's wharf,
V IM B |Li.L.% t ,1 lil;..- .l '. % -J, I I .- ,
ed'from Auction a large asorltient of lSitik, Cot-
ton, anut Ginghamn Umnbrellas, of very hamooine luin-
lh abnd best make. They will be asold at Ie lowest
market prices, by JOSHUA IROYSI'tON,
No. 57 G'11aa.a i- l'timet, om' dnorabove
mh 11 Iril idett'" alley, Rad t I ,i, .P
W HITT'K.MOi.lS C R t OAtiJ-S-A tie-l sup
ply ot Horse CARDS received bly late arri
vals from Boston. Also a aew cases No. 6 Woul and
No.8 Cotton CA RDS lor sale by
C. H. CAItROLL & TINGES,
N. W. corner of Baltimoue anil Liberty sis ,
mh 9 P tUp Stairs.
OO [ sJDOZ. as-nited Coruial, surelnir to auy
1 0 imported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kenumel
5 do Wi.e Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup andt alse a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries f a -. I..
AMANDi ,11I I 1'ls,
no 21 Secind st.
,l CEL, lIt'l MIGm, C L.tI..-Lt. P'tAi.L
A BARLEY, &cIke,-
200 pounds MACE
200 ito NUTMEGS
500 do Pearl BARLEY
10OM do CLOVES
20 bags PEPPER
50 boxes MUSTARD
50 kegs GINGER
50 boxes C.., .,,--,.- PEPPER
CHOCOLA I-. ilul.FE FLOUR, &c. For sale by
WM. & GEO. MIcLEAN,
mho 10 Lomnbard, near Lighit st.
PLAYING CARDS-
4cases Clehore's Eagle Playing CA RI)S
6 do do Hathlniaer do do
3 do do H ai. eir, do do
3 do do Merry Andrew do
2 do Abbot & Ely's Eagle do do
3 do Haury bth (Io do
4 do Decatur do do
5 do Hiatian.ihr do do-on hand
and for sale at manufacturer-s prices, by
OTIS SPEAR,
No. 21 South Charles street,
mh 10 Agent for the manufacturers,.


REGALIA SEGARS.
.-'8 1] fd REGALIA SEGARS-No-
"UL: oU6 l 1 of the best brands; for sale by
A. SEEMULIER,
mnh 5 Baltimorst. near i ae Bridtge.
LUMBER.
6^7 t0 i, FEvT Flooiing, Scantling and
,* Joist, on board the schr. Janet,
flom Norlh Carolina, lor sale by
JUDAH & BLOCK.
Who will receive orders for any size steam sdaw4,
Milll I.U IBER, upomn th i mial terms.a mh 5
M 1 .l1 7ila l >,. ar'..! llIsl. a- I-t.'-- a *I' rS
i a'ii -- a. i i. *, 1* a, 'il ; \'a' L'-. .iaa .a -'-ir
article in very prime order, received per barque Irad
Ferry, for sale by J. M. S-LA UGHTER,
mil h10 93 Bowa-ly's wharf.
E I.AZIL SUGA U-
D 200 barrels Pernaiabuco White SUGAR, for
40') bags S sale by
EDWIN ROBINSON,
mh to0 P 12 Commerce s'.
OUR ULAS Girt-Thie subscriber sole
Agent ifor tilns superiair flavored GI N, has lately
received per different arrivals hamn Holland a superior
loIt of filly pipes wlinch is oileiert on reasonable terms.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
mh Ii oNo. 9 Commerce street.
L -TCKiiMITTH' liK.;^,LO~ld -SmiiiUile'il.
!ows, suitable for Farnlers 1ljactiqlsliths &6man-
lifacitnries, (warrantedl equal luo any made in ttie U.
States) obr sale veiy low for casl, apply to
JOS K. STAPLETON,
ml 8 P No. 25P Bal'o. st. near Howard at.
C LOVERSEEI)-112 bhushels OhioaCLOVER-
SEED, fiee ofl ipple,arid all other "ojectior t ;e
seeal, raised friom the tist cutting of the Clover--
Just received iund or sale by
JAMES WILSON,
mh 8 117 H1-owardt -'iet,
IajS .ita.i in A i 1 1.1a aa a-a. -a 1. ,4a -.n
I suitable tor town or countirv tiade, o suipeaior
quality at reduced pices, wstiolesale and letail.
Country meichaats and others are invited to call
and examine the a.,sortinent at No. 258 Baltimore st.,
near Howard st. JOS. K. STA PLETO)N,
lit) 8 1P NM anufuaclnrer.
MPH\ I NDV, &c
I"A*,.... ,,i pipes, h alf pipes and quarters
Ba -in-a I ... '- 5th pi hof
Otard, Dnpuy & Co., vintage 1838, in tif. pipes
lholiand Gin, Strawberry brand, iun pipes
Chtampagine Vine, various brands, lor tale by
J, M. SLAUGHTER,
mh 8 Bo0wl)'s waf.'
I'Sja.N[- 1-.%r It; LUi ,- l !;ANA c u-
iLX 50 boixea 5's' LumIp IM aekcnamzie
28 do la's to Royiall
15 do las. Mi'es
15 hk1lf dto do do. Landing perschr.
E.S. Lamalen, ior sale by
CHARLES D. )eFORD& C(o.
mh 10 1w No. 61 Smitih' wharf.
-t-l -Ltb -'f-., t I-i'. I LAtO, aa-. "-
89y,0, i Hlava'a bt;AxR-
224 Il).c s CublI TOBACCO
Ia logs tt. I)Doinigo MAHttOGANY
7 Saited H IIIDES,justr receive l per schr. Jas.
Power, for sale by F. T. MONTELL,
mhll I 3t a9 _9 lniiih'a wilt'.
... . .. . .. .. .... ... . . .
.1 al 1. I m a. I,,- --i .. 1. i ....n *I -.
Orleans, another lot oiSplelisdidal lnimly FLOUR, we
warialntthe Flour equntl to any in mlarket,-bairela
som-what stained; ou this account will bi sold low
C. D. IiINKS & CO.
moh 11 3 Speali's whtf.
I, ,ll.lN 4.ui'., I -. iai. a--.,,.a,,a:-
It qll .k .N t L.111e-1.. I ..., -h .
uion ol Water Cisterns anid Aqueducts; and is
advantageously used in the walifs ot builtlingsto pre-
vent damip penetrating. This Cemenit is now in gen-
eral ui-se in the ericion ot thie public Buildirngs at
Washington, having been tested aund proved o be ot
superior quaily to any othlier.
A lurtlir supply is received and for sale by
tmh 4 XV. H. BEATl 'IY & CO.
i. t.,* .;ai I ,-'l;, t 5c.-- tat e ha e n hdrtld atld
,aa a '-..'.. a-- -.-. .a. ,1 our Walk, FISlHING
aO PE of 1,,,. l ,a a Hemip, and of all szes,
which we warrant to be a slupefor aritile; also Gangs
of l'Rgging mu.de to ordar, ona pleasi, g teitris Apply
lo JOHN ilaNI)ERSON & CO.
ja 13 Shiin Chimnidlcri, &c.,, 71 Paatt stimeet.
hal.. ClI I lNVOitK COiLLARtS-I as Fe jiu7st
a' lived ita large ahd han.lsomue suppIly of French
Work COLLAARS1. Also,
Wire grounulami Biu-sels NETT
huilamion Valei'ciens LACE and EDGINGS. For
sa e at reduced prices. JOl N A. ROCH E,
fe 27 52 Hanover street.
7? ;'* A i a . a a. 'a I L. t I. I. .- ,
LA I-' -
8I qr. casks Old andil extra .,a-,i; I. in.mdon Par-
31i,'xllhs ticniar I i. m I; tFE.
90U qr. casksL hondoun I aiticiular Teeriffe
14 qr. casIts London Market
12 eighlts TENERIFFE.
5i) qr. casks olfCaigo lo. Forssle by
mhi 10 P J. I,. M. SMITH. 21 S,,uti) a.
ARNISUHES &c.--
V Coaci anl Furniiiiire Varnislhes, old and super.
LinsedIL (1 L. noiled in thbls
] ''' P BLACK, in p. p-r anld bulk
I i a a SITA Clt, in boxes
Ground 1)Dye WOODSI), a.,'d.
Indigo PASTE, im jars. Just received and for
sale by J. FOR.N EY GK OVE,
amh iut 021 S. C'arhesrt.
1S C BOXKS S lIAN UFACTU Rll) TO-
I.I L BAC'C().-We havenlowf i r.,...- haom
schiar. E. S. Laandin
4 boxs Lottlliei's superior 16'1 Lump
24 dto Mayo do i 12's do
10 dto Maitlin &kFrankliun 12's rio
30 do Bientlley t's do-for sale by
JACOB HE'LaD) & CO.
mh Il PR No. 44 Gay st.
P LASTER, APPLES, ONIONS, &c.-
S10 talns PLASTERlt
200 bbis. APPLES, (Baldwin and Russets)
6 do, ONIONS
3 do TONGUES and SOUNDS. Jaut anr.
rived and for sale Iron on board thIe sch:. -.!i.- ,
Noyes, master, lying at Bowaly's ahar.
JOHN P.F ADAMS,
mh 10 No. 7 Bowl)'s wharf.
M lla' 'at 'I -l-I.t. vi F I- L, PIUI -
5'i)0 bhbls. Supeiminle. shipping older,
200 Extra Bakers,
100 Fine,
16 Mldililanes.
RYE FLOU CR-25 bls. 1st quality,warrantad pure
Fam ily FLOUR, celetrated biands, a flesh stipply oh
Lands", with various otlihers.
C. D. THINKS 8& CO.
mhinl 11 3 Spar'- ",harf.
OT1'T N, H11D S. DR.'R SKINS,&c.-
-13o hals Texa- x.I 'O'ION
738 Texas HIDES
7 bundles DEER SKINS
2 OT'TER{ do.
121 piss LEAI)
1500 Ibs, O1.D BRASS. Cargo of brig Pioneer;
landing and hoc sale by
HENRY H. WILIIAMS,
mh 9 d8t 4 CuLanmaerce at

(' aintou Matling
Worsted Danals-a
[Corda, tla-sils and Biradings
Si k aid Cottn Umbiellas
Lined il Clol-h
I Hearth lug, Silk Oil Cloth
Hair Seatings, Chair Seats, &c.-For sale by
A. (;OLDER,
mih 3 aeo I t___________}9 B-altunaore sf.
BAL'I'IMORK FINS AND FANCY SOAP
MAN U FACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant saremi, betwueea Holliiay ani Nortlh.
I ANCIS IIYD" & SO)N have always on
haud anlnl for sale-
Pi1'I1) 'ANDl.ES. all lizes
White Variegated arid Phlan SOAP, in boxes
Do do abn. in Ib & i lb lumps
", ar a ,. Retailinr SOAP, aino,
i ,, -, ".PS, ol every ale-cliption.
ac It I itt'
X af V SX iUtl'm GOODS at 51 BAITIMORE
1 STItlsKT, .*uca as
WVool Black Blue and Coil'd CLOTHS
Wonl do do CASSIMERES


VESTING of all kinds
New Style PRINTS (variety of Patterns)
New do LAWVNS, col'd and WhVite Grouaids
Black& Col'd SIL.K, new Miuselbine-de-laiunes
Blac; and col'd Ground SHA L,EYS
IRISH LINENS (all quamitis)
B.rnsly SHEE I'INGS and Dminask TableCloth
TABLE )DIAi'ERK (eiv calaUp)
Rluinu Dialaer, Rus.ia DrilliiS amil a variety ol
Whlte Ga(iad.
Summer CL'XSI M' FRE and CLOTHIS (assorted)
Broaan auad White D. ills
Bl'k anil Btlue Bliack BOMBAIZINES, with
variety oot other G 'odd-aln I a o' l assortmlnent o do-,
mestics avlwas on hand ani0 tor -ale cheuip by
W. W. LII' Etr I. & CO.
mih 8 51 Bail'ia-ar' st.

rflIIE SUBSC1IlIIRS having removed from
A liberty Street to Nat. 150 Bait'inie street, op-
posite Light Street, oier lor sdale on accomumodatiing
terms,
35 casks Sal Soda
100 baiels upetiior German Black Lead
10 casksi Powie-aied Turinrric
8 %[ hlte Mulstard Seel
15 Seroona Cochiineal
I ca-e Fies-lh Vanilla Beans
30 casks Potatoe Starch
500 lbs. Po'.iered Jalap
250 oz. Otto of Rose
25 barieis Poiwvdered Mang anese
12 Casks Sugar of Lead
Iesidles a general assortment of Drugs, liemi-
cals, Paintls, Dye Stulfs, &c.
Also, ot direct importations:
90 cases Hock Y'. of iluperior qualit.. .'i i.- i .'
brands, vintage 1834, warranted at'Ui L
8 cases Tokay Cabinet Wil's afrom Prince Es-
6 Ealauer tl terhauzey.
For sale by G. & N. POPPLEIN.
se 10 a eo
BLUE AND) DRAt SERVINGS, &c.
CASES BLUE SEWIAG SILKS,
I1 do. DKAB dto. do.
3 do. Pmintedl Ponge IIl)KFS,
2 tdo. Plain' Cihoni do.
2 do. Black Fringed do.
5 do,. Priinted LAWNS,
3 do Plain Mou-lindeLaines,
10 dto. Prit ted do. do.
5 do. Embroidered do. do- 0
5 dto. Paris Printed MUSLINS,
3 do. Black Silk VELVET,
2 do. Plaid Gro de Naples 9-16 RIBBONS,
7 do. Plain black and col'd. Taffita do.
5 dto. No. 7, 9, 12 and 10 Cap do.
3 do. Figured Salin SHAWLS,
I do. Filet Silk GLOVES,
1 do. Do. do. MITTS,
200 do. Domestic PRINTS, from various facto-
tories, just received by
fe 10 HARRISON & CO.


T "'HOMAS N& CO.
NO. 196 BAL1 IMOE STREET,
Have iu-t received per Powhattan, Iron. I.ii -, i .-..
*-11 P'ACK.At.ES 11ARDW %l '.I:-,
l sitting in part ol' I-HOES, Tiace CtHAINS,
Foster's & Elw,.ll's SPADES. Grilffin's Waldron's
SCYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an extensive assortment oh Shelf Goods, which
they offer ior sale on their usual accommodating terms
Ie 5
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
'B & A. CAMPB1 ELL, No. 155 Bal more sl,
-. 0 be.tw en Charles and Light sis. Imin'Iter-.hqie
on Iand l ,n extensive as.Cortment cfFif .. k I a H-
ES, & JEWELRY of the moit FASHIONABLE
S' YI.E,mwhich togaler with every description of ar-
ticle in tiiler line utay offar for sale at reduced prices.
WAT'i'CHFS sold by thiem are WARRANTED to
kIr ep good time. mI th3 __ St
,TACON, LARD, &c.-
*-' 301,000 Pounds pritne WVestern BACON, assorted
20o,00) Hu ids do M i ddAlings & Shoulders
l,li 0 i A M'S, hi nd-om, liy cut and vi ell cuied
30:I kItga No.I 1 LARID)
175 dto Western BUTTER
50 lo Glad:'s do
20 barrels fresh Roll do
Mess and Prime PORK-In stote and for sale
by ROBERT GARRETT & SONS,
mh 6 P 32 N. Howard st.
ANMEI1RICAN PLAI VING CARDS
J 'UT RECEIVED 5 cases of Tlhos. Crehore,
L. J.Cohen, and Robert Sauzaid's playing Cards,
VIZ.
EAGLES,
MEI{tY ANDREWS,
HARRY VIII,
DECATURS. &
kilGHLANDERS. For sale by
JObEPH BURY,
inh 4 dim No. l1i4 B lto st.
TIN, ,.'l't.::. .ND Siikt'F' IRON
Vx .,'I Xl ,. -UFACTORY.
ST'E PIVtN BOUIS,
No. 28 BALTIMORE STREET,
(BETWEEN FREDERICK AND HARRISON i STREETS)
0 FF1 iFEtS FORl SALE on acconmnodsline
terms BRASS ANDIRONS, SHOVELS \7'.:I
'TON(S, &c BRI'TANIA WARE, -.a. .. .-
CO(FFEE andl TEA POTS; TABLE .... I Ir-'
SPOONS; KNIVES and FORKS; TIN WARE, in
every variety, &c.
Hfe will also attend to putting up KITCHEN RAN-
GES, after the Ilatest improved plans;-(not interf-lr-
ing in the most remote I .. vi'l' tlIe patent lights
oh -m .. i 'Also, Roofira. I1l 1.1 a. rand Zinc or Tin,.
as li,. a,.. thee complete h',,- :. ., '' f Bath flouses.
LIamps repaired, bronzed andl lacquered.
t*-All orders sent to him will be lfaitlhfully attended
o0 h Ie oayl
(GERMAN GOODS.
F WM. DAMiA ANN, No. I S. C(lhailes street,
(up stairs,) has received ana offers for sale oun
cheap lerins tl:. i.-l .,;.. SPRING ) GOODS-a full
assortment ot i l I ,I HOSIEBRY,.viz-
Womnea's white, black and colored COTTON HOSE
IMeni's dodo do (d l ito i do
Chiiren's while ta, coloured COTTON hIHOSE
ClTTO)N CL.()VtIS; while, blabk and coloied
Do TAPES
Bleacoaal Germ.inm IN ENS
Silk anrd 'oteoi) SHAWLS
Sil kandI Sillki and Cttlou VEtTIN5S
Black sulk Mlantua RIBItONS, No. 12, 16 & 22
Ladivs CA'aP. (miltriumned)
2 caesm hansoine pa-tertl s tOlL CLOTH, &c.
At.S -Geiman TUXMBI.ERKS, white and .'-a.,
and ground bottom, and 25 barrels prime Ta-I !l Hi
ine h d2w
TO FAIIMIMIIS, GA R im*E It10S & OTIIERS
LIM E-LIM E-ll1A lI..
]HAVE oun hand and intend keeping constant
supply of tirst quality Allum Bottom and Oyster-
Shell 1.1 M E, Ior Building and Agricultiulal purposes.
equal at least to any ever oliered to the public, and
which will be sold at the lowest possible prices for
cash.
The Alluim Lime-stone is fiom the celebrated quary
of Thomas i ....1 ,t. .1-.. and cai be furnished in any
quantity ana' ii .. -a-- I- r notice fresh fiomi thIe liln.
Orders addressed to the subscriber at his dwelling
corner of Gay and Front streets, or at the MNaryland
Coal Yard, South corner ol the Basin an.ul a..li -I..
and at fl a. I. Ii ... la.a a. Son's, Franm lin I .. Id ,li.,
cornerot l %I l...- .-i1.-. Baltimore, will be promptly
attended to. THOS. WILDEY,
oc 15 eo Agent tor the Proprietors.
ROBT. G. WARIE
No. 202 Baltimore street, (UP STAIRS.)
NIBAS FOR SALE by the caseor dozen-
Bd L 2000 parN Mens thick ".-: 1 & sold BROGANS
1500 Boys '" do
2000 Mens kilp MONROES
500 sew'd do
500 line calf sew',h 5i pg'd SHOES,
200 kip oesg'd ,11- .'-
2000 Boy Monroes&Brogans,sew'd &peg'd
1500 Youths (to do "
1000 MNlens call, kip, seal & tliick BOOTS
2000 Womens peg'd & sew'd WEI.TS
500 ,a BOOTS
400 Roan Rounds, (Broad)
300 Mens SLIPPERS
1000 Ladies morocco & kid SLIPPERS
city made
500 Ladies morocco & kid Welts,city made
2500 Childrens ankle ties Shoes & Boots,
assorted qualities
100 BoysDancing PUMPS
200 Mens do
200 lheei'd do
15o0 & Boys Russett BROGANS
200 Riussett MONROES
ALSO.
20 cases Men's Black & Drab Russia HATS
20 '. Mole Skil do
to10 &i Drab Wool do
20 assorted Palm Leaf do
50 Stiaw, FInrence & Nun Ot)NNE rS.
SHOE THRAD. TRUNKS. BL\tAC'KING, ke
SHIEIl.PARD & MARTIN,
NO. 4 LIGHT STREET' T WHAIF,
BjAV in store ia no(il as-oril ent of thie following
Saruicles, which they will dispose ol on the most
reasonable lermns- illn hits to suit-
CORN, white aind yellow Family and Superfine
DI)o on the Cob Flour of Ihe best brands,
OATS. screened Black Eyed PEAS,
CORN MEAL, I WHITE BEANS,
CHOIP and RYE, 'I-.i Slulff, Brown Stuff,
BUCKWHEAT MEAL,X ",, .is and all kinds of
FEED.
Orders for BRICK and LIME promptly attended to
udeI11 awlfn
PHI1TUINI(i PAPREIst.
I-IE' EE''EiCR olf. rs for sale at Warehoue No.
*36 S36outh Chaalas street-
PRINTINi; PAPER, 19 x 24
Do) 20 x 241
Do 24x2
lie 21 x 28
Do 22tx 32
Do 24 x -.'.
Do 2t xaa
Do 24 x 36
Do 27 x37-
Do 28 x 38
Do 23 x 27
D)o 23 x 25,
Do 24 x 38
Comprising a aood assortment I'aomn course to super-
oine, ahl of wlncui are liow ottleed lor sale low to ciose
lots. ja 16 eo
IALUA B1.E WHIARF Pt'OPERTY TO
RENT.-lTne subscriber will rent for one or
nore years, Itmat lhiage and extensive Wharf Property,
situated at the head of the Basin, opposite lo the
works of Messrs. Walclumau & Briat, fronting upon
Lee street extended, binding upon the Basiu 130 tent,
and running bark aouthernly 14' leet, with the appur-
tenances. now In thie occupancy of Watchman &
tirati. Th s Property is situated in one of (he inost
b l-iness parts e1 tie City oh Baltimore, and near io all
the principal whauves; it can be used bor any pur-
pose, bhing a corner prnperty-such as ship building,
coal or luuaber yard?, Ec. and adordas a great facility
lor the depo-it ot all articles not storable, besides thie
hldimag and unlading of vessel-a of buirtnen, repair of
s'eamn aim, ctler ves els. Possession will be given a-
bonut the 1st of Mauch next. For treims, which will
i.. a-. ma .i:.t.h. apnly to i.l subscriber, at his office,
F:. a ) .iu a.1 S Paul's street.
Ie 18 eol0t R. H. MOALE.
JAPAN BLACKING.
PO O. BRIEN, (la'e manuitacturer to DAY&
MARTIN I .... 'a ,.'i challenges anymanuhac-
hurer in the i l ',,'-.a .-.,'. tol produce an article (hat


will vie with his Paste Blacking in any of its admira-
ble qualities, it being manufactured from entirely dif-
ferent nmaterials Irom those now in use. Packed in
boxes ot I gro. each, and tor sale in any 1a,,-;,a, by
J. FORNEY 6.,O VE,
Smh 10 dim 21 South Charles st.
PIANO STOOL SCREWS AND TUN-
ING HAMMERS, superior article, just re-
ceived and torsale by
FURLONG & FANNING,
Corner of Charles and Lombard sts,
Also--A few dozen provision Sales, for family use.
mhb 8 ec6t


SWISS 'UsLIaNS, pain and figured
SEWING SII.K, different qualities and colors
Thread Laces; aEdgmgs and Insertings
1 I't ,. hile and colored, cotton and linen
1 ,l I iN ianen andil cotton
SILK BIAIDS, black andcolared
Corset LACES, silk, linen ati:d cotton; HANDKFS.
cotton andi silk; -" -... i,,. Gaiasey ad webb
Worolen tHOSE, GL', -i, ,,,iN MITTS
Zephyr '<-a ea a.cvass, chenille andl needle patten
i-l I 'N FIINGE-S; PINs. Gerimnan& Eoglish
FANCY GOODS.
Willowv BAa KETS, laiiget assoitment in this city
CMt\l BS. ot every dep-cuip! an, size. aiiut prices
BRUSH ES, ot alI kiid-, sizes and prices
MO'NElY 'PU sES, silk, beads, coton and leather
BUT1'0t NS, p-ai. gill, boie, iurtal and paper
V'1AhATlH GUARIDS, guininmy andil gilt
SPECTACLES, Germannn sliver, plaed and gilt
LOO.KING GLASSES, al)er, toilet and shaving
Pocket atud Memnorani!'ln BOOKS
Slates; slate Pencils; la Iand carpenter Pencils
Waters; Sealig Wax and ..ia ,' Tapers
Accoraleins; Hairmonick i anlid Jew's tHarps
Violins ans l Guiar,; Violin and Guitar Strings
German silver andl silver Ever-point CASEs
" Britannia table and tea SPOONS
.gilt THI MBLES and Butter KNIVES
Scissors; Knives; Dirks; Razors; Snutters and Raz ir
Sirops
Needle K,.,i a.- Pins, in piper and fancy boxes
Snuff i. .', i ... a Cases; Pipes and Cigar Tubes
Marbles, common, polished and While Alteys, of all
sizes
Dices, of pearl & ivory; Doninos; Fishing Apparatus
h'aaset Eyes, of ineital and bone
DOL.LS, hiil, wax and jointed, of all sizes
TOYS by thie box or dozer
PERFU M ERY; Soap, Cologne Water, Essence, Oil,
in plain and fancy hoxei and bottles.
SUNDRI)I ES.
Russia, fur, black anl drab SILK PLUSHI
HATS, Russia, Frenchi and Willow
SBronze Powdai; F,'ench and Gold Leaf
CHOCOLATE. made by steami, of a great variety
WINE, Rhenish, Dry Madeira, Port, French, Lacry-
manrristy, in bottles
TAPIOCA, printing black
PIANOS, oh thue bist workmanship.
Besistes the above GOODS, we shall receive by the
daily expected vessels from Europe, an additional new
and fresh supply oera great many otherGOODS.which
with the above will offer at very low prices, mh 6
NOTICE.
T HE subscriber having taken into Copartnership
his son JNO.HENRY GREEN WAY,will trans-
act a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESSun-
der the firm of E. M. GREENWAY & CO., at No.
25 South Charles street.
EDW. M. GREENWAY.
SBaltimore, 24th Feb. 1841. 2aw4w


India Grass LAWVNS and oiled SILKS
Ponraee, Spittalfield and Cord Silk HDKFS.
Ladies' andl Gent's best Paris KID GLOVES.
BONNETS & RIBBONS,
The handsomest assortment ever offered in this
market.
Embroidered Crapp, Gro de Nap, Set & Piece Ritibons
Nos. 16, 14, 12, k 9 ombra striped anid fig'd. do
Super sitplr plaid Set and Piece do
Embroidered, strire'd, plaid and shaded do
Rich new style Cheiane do
Embroidered, plai, anid ihadled Ca)n Ribbons
Plain Satm,. l.I t ; ..- ... I iro de Nap do
Firiencet., 11 i I' I '1 .N ti new Spring patterns, from
common to extra Silaper super
Misses and Children's braid Bonnets & English straw
dto. in every variety
Ladies' English doubl- and split straw Bonnets, new
patterns eni very line
English colored double straw and American colored
and split straw Bonnets
While and colored Willow HOODS, by the case, do-
zen or retail
.Iadie- and Misses Leghorn FLATS, all Nos.
Boys and Inanils L.eahorn HATS, some very fine
Frelch anid English Foundations, Crowns and Crown
Lining
Bonnet Wire, anda MILLINERY GOODS generally,
Which, together with the usual large stock of STA-
PLE GOODS, are offered wholesale andietail, on
pleasing terms, and at lowest market prices.
THOMAS ARMSTRONG,
No. 157 Baltimore street,
mh 10 Between Light aid Charles At
TUITION IN MUSIC.
T IHE SUBSCRIBER desirous to fill up his
Vacant hours, ofitlfrs his services as a teacher
on the PIANO) and FLUTE. For particulars please
call at his residence, No. 17 Lexington street, 5 doors
West of Charles street, where all orders for CUP-
PING and LEECHING will be thankfully received
and promptly attended to, night and day.
WILLIAM F. GILL,
N. B. The beet of European LEECHES, on hand
for sale. fe 19 2awlm
J AMES ACKLAND would inform his custom-
ers and tihe public in general, that he has now
made tp a l,'.,'-, ortm-nit of the most beautiful and
fashionable Hill I'., which he will sell wholesale or
retail at reduced prices, consisting of--
OPERA BOOTS, French Gaizd Fancy Legs
Fine Calf Pump BOOTS
do Walking do with spurs, all patterns
do DOUBLE SOLES, water proof
do CORK SOLES do
All of which is warranted to be superior to any
That is, or can be manufactured in this city.
A liberal discount made for cash.
fe l9 2aw2m


B l .i. t. H AM'S I -I.ll.Fll I' ANAD P .t..i'-
GER LINE TO PITTSBURG, VIA THE
SUSQUEHANNA RAIL ROAD AND PENN-
SYLVANIA CANAL.
They are now prepared to receive GOODS at their
Depot, and forward them to Pitisburg, Wheeling, or
any of the intermediate points, on the opening of the
Canal, on as favorable terms and as short time as any
other Line, ou said route.
Passengers taken on the mast favorable terms -
Merchants are respectlull solicited to apply at the
Depot No. 122 North Howard street, or to James
Wilson, Agent, No. 117 North Howard street.
mh 11
BINGHAM'S LINE TO PITTSBURG.-
Goods will be received THIS DAY at our De-
pot and forwarded to Pittsburg at the following rates
until further notice.
Dry Goods................ $1,870
Hardware............... 1,75 per 100 lbs.
Groceries................. 1,625)
Time receipted for 16 days. Apply at Depot No.
122 Norlh Howard st. or
JAMES WILSON, Howard st.
ml 11 Agent.


BI OCK WINES-
.100 cases 1 doz. each, Vin du Rhine, Niersteiner
100 do I doz, do Hochheimer
100 dto 1 doz. do Marcobunner
100 do 1 doz. do Johannisberg
20 do I ldoz. do Du Chateau Jo-
lannisburg-A1ll of my own importation and part su-
petionrqualitv, foi sale by J. L. M. "%il itl,
mh I P 5 .'i Sa'iist.
A.-1i_ -L-4It i-i.ilP, uA S, &c.
l .. -ia., %, \l.ia1,i Hemp
300,U00 ft. Susquehanna A-h Oars
200 Coils FISHING ROPE, our own manu-
factulre and issoilted sizes
Chain Cables andl Anchors, assorted sizes-For sale
on accomnamodating termni by
JOHN HENDERSON &CO.
ml 8 71i Pralt st.
' ,. ^ BOXES TIN PtLATE-
*@. "y 2a)0 bundlesaSHEE'I IRON
100 pigs BI.Ot'K TIN
300 dto Missouri LEAD
10 casks SHEET ZINC
500 bundles HOOP IRON. assorted, from
inch to I inch, tor sale by
OLIVER PARKER,
mh 8si-ds8t corner of Calvert and Lombard sis;
E i)Itl.-1. 'l A'l L.%, No. 12 Gernan st. offer
tfr sale
i30 ) PIECES Super & extra flune CLOTHS,
S comprising a general assortment 01o colors
and qualities.
o4 PIECES CASSIMERES-Blue, hlk;
wi extra tiiae wool black; single milled Dae-
sli ius, iancy colors-single miilled wool bl'k and rib-
bed; blue and bl'k iBremoid Diamond Cassimeres.
mit 3 diOt
BACON.
At d&4D G LBS. MIDDLINGS,Freder-
e XiFomelt ick Couinly cmred
20,00,) l Ibs. SHOULDERS Fiederick County cured
10,l)n0 tb-a. HAMS sMiall siZa
t,001) JOLES. This Bacon is of superior qu-lity,
and was put up expressly foi family u-e, in store, and
forsale by WILLIAM ALLEN,
fu 27 No. 123 N. Hnward street near Fra'iklin.


Silk Cotton and Worsted Biraces
Ladies fancy tldkls arid SCARFS
Beltings, Cap and Bonnet RIBBONS
Black and col'd Taffeta do assorted
Blue, white, drab and assorted col'd THREADS
Cotton BALLS, Cotton Hdkfs, Silk Cotton Hosiery,
Which they are prepared to sell low upon reasona-
ble terms, to which they invite the attention of the
trade, mh I1P ______
JOHN T. DURING
R ETURNS his sincere thanks for past favours in
the encouragement of his business, and promises
in the future still so to conduct it, as to deserve from
all a continuance of their patronage. He continues to
manufacture in his best style Rice's improved FANS,
so much approved by all who have tried them;
PLOUGHS of.all kinds and patterns, mostly appro-
ved by farmers; STRAW-CUTTERS; HARROWS
and CULTIVATORS; CORN SELLERS and Root
CUTTERS; Hillside PLOUGHS, &c. Also, CAST-
INGS for Ploughs and other implements served to or-
der by wholesale or retail (tonor lb.) A liberal dis-
count given to dealers who buy to sell again.
His friends 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.


I


WM. H. BAYZAND,
1 H(I_ r 'i I'AILOR,
74 B.11.I.I10RIOE STREET
A VAILS himself of the present opportunity of
returning lar ,-,ci.,o'' l.-- in,, rt for ithe very lib-
eral patronage ha- I d. IJ-0.i a.l,-i. .J with. anil hopes
by unremitting e.-., ..ur' it m.et. .i ,a a,.ra- .,l i
at the same tlime he tages pleasure in informing his
fiiendmls and the public generally,he is prepared to exe-
cule orders in his line in as emy superior manner in
consequence oh ha"i, i eescasaed a oaintlemen from one
of the most I ,:.,. n .1. i m -.a.. ,- .. in New York
as cutter. The nhu-criher f'a-1 confidence in asserting
that orders 'a-- I -' ii. care will be completed
in thie most ', I -\NIIrI<. and FASHIONABLE
STYLE. W. H. B. has received by recent impor-
tatious a vern. i. a; ....-.I, of thIe line-t BROAD-
CLOTHS, ( \',-.l,\l Ihlt, VESTINGS,&c. which
he is plre!.are.I >.o ijl,. p nai the shortest notice and
lowest terms-
N. B. All work done at the establishment will be
guaranteed as to fit and make. if not satisfactory to
the parties they will not l ti' i, i-'., to take an.-- ..',
fe 27 2aw8t W. H. BAY Z a-N D.
1.' ) T, -, -.I 'oif-iaOii Pitil '-IITV OFFICE
lth1N ltN DLlRILItIU I.r,.-' ames Loans on
S loci, -. "'..i .- ,. .It. I. a.. .'1 .. ad other good
Securities Moniedl o.i. ,i,..,, if investing thtir
funds 0o "-,.'ri'i 1 g .' ,fii ilri u interest subserved,
hby calhn. .,' i. .. Ii- l -' ra;.- i,-) will find securities
the ino't ample ,. i -I. i.qiar% .
STOCKS of m ,i i a,'l ...,a sale constantly.
AlIo-FARMS in ..l a'yla. I and othir States for
sale.
T'nr.esee and Arkansas I ,NDS for sale.
ALSO-Pem nsylvania taI. I. AND, producing
Coal ot the most choice kind&.
WANTEDI- E l a' (aiaCii Property in the best
business pails.s .-..- I'., 1 of Ihe amount will
be taken in Cil ".I '",-.i,, or in Bank Stocks
at an advance on the present market rates. Apply
to J.J. HARROD,
he 26 m'312aaw3w P. Exchange Place.
Ini in,11 ti.5 (,thai. ".
*I,. i. li E l .. .. i -. : ving the fol-
'ai l sl' aiill laiu lt'lr i i -'ui' aviz.
I 1 .i I l I .L a I.., %
l it, "c ,I- I I J.'
London andm Miacha.ster sew a:lt rich style Ottoman
POINTS
Black andl While :P. RI.TS
9-8 Oil colour Plate do
9 8 Printed LAWNS, Fancy and Black andl White
London Printed- Q.ail.a''.'... i WELTINGS
l.inen Drillings, m.. l) ., [Ia Ii waite
Rich Silkl Printe I (_i \V \ -I
GAMBIOO)NS- plain and ribbed
Summer CLOTHS, C(aps End plain
New style . i.- r.r and CHAMIBRAYS
6.4 Cambric an Fancy MUSLINS
lmitation Rusria SHEETINGS-41 inches
lHeavy Broran SACKING, 26 inches, &c.
D. MIlLVAIN,
mh 4 P S.Ch ,irles street.
"FIB i'll: P'irtIa-; 4."m'OP
G'E?.l. KENNt.RDtA-o. 125 Baltimore street,
las tnow in Sloie and is daily receiving, a laree
aid very desirable assortment of the most laslhia-nable
GOODS that can be produced in ll.his and the Eastern
mnamlits-it consists ai partot:
Very Supelior Enghlish and French LAWNS
Eriglisb, Fiencth and American CHINTZES AND
CA LICOI:S
Plain, figured & Striped M'tV" LIN'F DE LA INS
Plain Bishlop and Sv iss I. % i N,' (..r wanting)
Plain and figured Swiss, Mull andl Jacouet MUS-
LINS
Jones' CAMBRIC. ofali ..i..la.-. Book MUSLINS
(China and Brocade Sill, "H .%1 I ', Damask and fig-
ured Silk do., l.Merino, Th'l'ibet, Cashmere, and a great
variey of olher Shawls, Scarfs and Hilkits., Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Supler l'aris Kit GLOVES; BIl-,,ck
Twi-ted Si:k MITTS and tGLOVES, Linen tCambiic
and Linen Carnbaic Hilifs. (hemetitclhed and plain,)
and super wool hBlacK Clotis aadl Caslumeres. Also
Bhle, Rifle stind PI'olish Gieen CLOTHtS, Cassimeres,
Drihring umnmnenr wear general y,trown Linens and
Hollands, hisml Linens oflhe lbest labile-and a large
a-.srtmenot of IDOM ESTIC GOODS, which will all
be sold oni Ithe most pleasing terms lty
GEO). 1. KENNARD.
mil 9 1]'5 Baltimore sat eetl.
IVM.i 11 KIIIIIALL & CO.
145 BALTIMORE STREET,
3 FIZCIIAN'i' ''Alt..ORS AND DEAL-
la. ERS in BtROADCLOTHS, n'ASSI MEREIS,
Ves ings; Beaver and PiloIt CLO I'HS, (CASSINETS,
Flaninels; 100 dlozenri black, white anil colored fIOSIE
HY, Ilatidkemcliela, SHIRTS, lDRA WERS, Waist-
coals, Ntck STOCKS, SCARFS, COLLARS, Bo-
s5als, SUSPENDERS, &c. Also a large and exten-
sive a-soitument ofreadty made CLO I'HIING, cousist-
mas- o l Dies- and Frock Coats, P'antalotons, Vesta and
Over Coats, which will be sold at the lowest possible
paceq Ior cash. ja8 d?
TI i PLAT'ES, lttON7 ~-c.
'D'jO BOXES TIN PLATES, IC and IX
9 1 jui'l 1, 1, irofr ship Puowhataii
10 tons 1-lOOP IIl.,i assorted
10 oat andl Scroll do do
2010 Ibs S'h'OVE PANS.
Also, a large a-sortment of Maleable CASTINGS,
for s-tove fiishels; stiamnpeld TIN PLATES; Jelly
Moulds; Candlesticlk SPRINGS; horn leaves for Lan-
teins; Stove Rivets, &c. Allofwhich have been im-
po ted by the subsciliber direct, and will be sold upon
tI,.e best terms, by OLIVER PARKER,
1a 5 eodaw corner Calvert ana Lomhard street.
I'OiRCELAlN OPAQUE
OCTAGON DINNER. SETTIS.
M['o ill.KtE t & CO havu recently imported
17-11 0a niew ar!ic'eof DINNFR ETTS', called Por-
celainu Opiaque, li cl is dscieratly sulpeiiaor aud difner-
enm from any tilling o the kind yet imported,
Thel shapes are ol the latest style, and an article we
can recommend to be first ra'e lor daily use.
Families furnishing will do well to avail themselves
of lIhe pe-ent opportunity, and secure a good and
cheap article. CHINA HALL,
No. 198 Baltimore Street,
fe 26 Simn '"l'tagon Pitcher."
STRAWV BONNET WAREROOMS,
No. 185 Baltimore st., up stairs.
J UST RECi IVEDs .. Ii,- .. Il -,I-,al assort-
mentor STRA i I."i'%.LI'. al I ',I CAPS,
&c. suitable for the .,aai. \ I. l. .. i.-.g which
which may be found 1-- l..iia..a-,. *l a 'ti- lainda-
Supel Florence Braid BONNETS
Fine dto do do
Medium and Commou do
English do
Devon Braid do
Eleven (to do
Seven do do
Coloured Cypress do
Do Willouw di
Do Tissue do
Pahlm Lear do
Palm Leaf HOODS
Tis-ue tdo
Willow doI
Palm Leafanad Leghorn HATS, UMBRELLAS,
Parasols, RIBBON .ith, 1a1 FLOWERS. &c.
I. Lia- IM. EARNER &CO.
mh 2 4t1 1 Wholesale Dealers.
Mii'Tt, AND VWOODEKN WARE STORE
B .AN AFACTORY.--I have now on hand and
for sale-
300 dcz. Painted BUCKETS
1o0 doz. Horse do
10,000 Cormi BROOMS
3000 Whisk BRUSHES
600 :a -... ''a. atr |I,)XES
100 ,1, t I.iim Ii 'AILS
150 do Iron Bound Cedar TUBS
6O bales Alicante Mats, Nos. 1,2 &3.
Together with many other aililes kept in my line,
such as Butter Prims, Wooden Boat Is, Ladles, Spoons,
Wash Boamds, Stool S'ands, Wll'ow Baskets, Cra-
dles and Carriagea, Cloth Pins, Rollinc Pins, Spiggot,
&c &c. And coustantly receiving fresh supplies from
aliilereit Factoaies at tiue East Also manulacturing
all kinds ot Cedar Ware and Brooms. All of which
l wall sell at Wholesale on as rea-onable terms as
they cau be obtained im the Northern cities.
SPENCER I)OWE, Jr.
min I No. 70 Caav-ri st. 6 doars itom Pratt st.
NO.7, HANOVER ST., A FEW STORES
BELOW BALTIMlOitE S 'i CHA..LES WILL & DICKEY have re-
ceived the following GOtmDS, aa.d oiler lor sale
on reasonable terms.
D)RY GOODS.
Ladies' and Misses' white, blown, black, slate and
mixt COTTONN HOSE
Mlen's white, brow n, black, mixt HOSE and SOCKS
Ladies', men's and children's COTTON GLOVES,
ol all colors and sizes


L iO l BdjLTISJORE:::.I,'J~i y MORXM&VGI, *W4CU 12,1841.-


J BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
SSTREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on accommodating terms, the following articles-
such as Gentlemen's super Fowling Pieces and
DUCK GUNS, Double and Single barrel; Youths
do do, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very lull aasortmnent Dixon's, Yates and other kinds
of GERMAN SILVER WARE, such as Spoons,
Forks, Sugar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish Knives,Pock-
et Combs, Rogers, Steinton's, Anderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, Perry's, Windle's, Warin's, Attwood's,
Mitchell's, Chance's, Harwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannis's STEEL PENS-tozether with a large
and complete assortment ofJEWELRY and FANCYV
STATIONARY, with other articles !oo numerous to
mention. Country merchants would do well to call and
examine tor themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24
A VA ItD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING &COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, f om Bank lane to No. 16 South Cal-
vertstreet-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. IH. SCHLEIGH, the business will heieafler
be conducted under the firm ot CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store and for sale,
general assortment of SADDLERY, and a great
variety of COACH MOUNTINGS and TRIM-
M INGS; such as ,;.,-. \ ,!,s, Steps, Bands, Han-
dli s, Lamps, Lace., I.. HliI &c. &c. of superior
q, ai .ii, on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
V \ : \ Is'l, warranted equal to any in iuse.
.'II 1 .,! PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order i1 their usual -,':.i.,,i -lyle.
.At l Ii. CAMPBELL,
GEt). H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
express his thanks to his numerous hiends for their
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
contit nance oft their patronage, d? ja 15
FRANKLIN BA.K P A'0l.-IA TA'kLN AT
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EASTCORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREET'S.
Entrance on T r;,'uon and Eutaw Streets.
1k INI LI,;L f- it I-: %, since his establishment was
S '.mr. out in the tall, has repaired and improved
his Ware Rooms, so that at the present lime, they are
tully equal, ifnot superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, andl having etlarged his manufacilory, he ii
prepared to execute ail orders with promptness and
despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten-
sive assortment of the most elegant Furniture,-con-
sisting of Sol .. L .-.. _l,. ...!i.l m ahogany C hairs,
Sideboards, ( o uir,t., I'. ,,.x. i -t -i.'-n, Dining and Break-
fast Tables, Secrewaries, Book Cases, Wardrobes, ofl
new rnt 'l ._-a.nt p-ttern, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and tI1 i.... 'l.. &c. &c.
He also iulorms the public that he has no boys in
his manulactoty, and that his workmen are allot the
very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
wishing to purchase are requested to call and examine
the Ware Roomii.
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and evely effort made to give
general satisfaction, ja 16 d?
IMBRII, & FARNUAI,
No. 7, outti Charles ,tieet, (up stairs)
H AVE just received a and d sirable as-
sortmenut ot BRITISH I l'ti GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich London Dark and Light fancy PRINTS
Muslini de Lames
Fine Fi',i Mixed GAMBROONS
Fancy I ,.l i CASSIMERES
6-4 Tape Check MUSLINS, assorted qualities
4-4 1..I-.:,p's LAWN, No. 6 to 14.
ALbo--20 cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON, white and assorted colors. fe 10
FRESIh SPRING DRY GOODS.
R OBERT HILL & CO.-No. 73 Baltimore
street -Have just received and are nowopen-
inm New and Fresh SPRING GOODS, such as
Super Stripe and Plain MOUSLIN DE LAINS;
.... CHALLYS;
PIin ,ni Fitir-ed Silk and SATINS;
( I l\I /I ... I AWNS;
t, P ,. PINTS; (all prices,)
,, i. I I I IHS and CASSIMERES;
D.;iii. ,VESTINGS andGA MBROONS.
\ I v ase Barklies Soft Finish IRISH LIN-
EF; warranted all pure Linen, and many other New
andti desirable Goods, to which we would call the at-
tention of iU chasers.
mh 1II ROBERT HILL & CO.
E M. GREEN WAY & CO. offer for sale at
s No. 25, South ,Chai les Street, a great variety
of: 11',, ... ; ... ;!.T BUTTONS, tioni the Wa-
tell.-,' *M i" .:a 1a .' I .mpany.
l-,-ii t il,- \ _--i,, ,l j company, they request the
Mercliants dealing in the article to give them a call.
mhl 5 3iawa2w
NEW SPivING GOODS.
SANGSTON, WHITELKY & CO.
NAo 175 Ballo. street, between Charles and Hanover sts.
RA E now receiving their spring supply of DRY
GOODS, to which they invite the attention of
purchasers.
-CLOTHS-
Super wool blk CLOTHS
do biue and invisible green CLOTHS
do brown, olive anld other fancy colors
do cadet and dark minixed
-CASSI M ERES-
New style summer CASSIMERS, very handsome
do do Tweed dto do do
BIk, blue andi drab do
-DRILLINGS, GAMBROONS, &c.-
Super plain and rib'd and while and brown Drilling
(t o io do Gain roons
do blk and fancy suniner CLOTHS
-VESTINGS-
Super buff Cashmerelte VESTING
do lancy Challey rio
lo wove Marseilles do
do fig'd and plain Satin do
CHINTZES, CA' 1COES, MOUSELIN DE
LINES, &c.
Super4 4 Chintzes and 4-4 spat'd J \CONETS
40 cases English and American PIRINTIS
Super 3.4 and 4-4 painted Lawns and MUSLINS-
handsome
do plain and fancy Mouselin de Laines
do 3 4 and 4 4 French andt English Bombazines
do plain and fig'd GRO DE NAP
BIk and blue Gro dte Swiss & MNatteoni LUSTRINGS
Whi'e, bll and blue blk Italian CRAPE
-LINEN GOODS-
Irish LINENS, all prices
3-4 andi 4-4 Hblown French LINENS
Bird e5e and Russia DIAPERS
6-4 to 10-4 Table do
5-1 to 12.4 Barnsley SHEETINGS
Sail and Taylors CANVASS
Super BURLAPS, all Nos.
-SHAWLS, HDKFS, &e.-
Fancy Shawls and HDI)KFS, great variety
Silk and ,Linen Cambric pocket HI)KFS
Plaid and fancy Cotton do
Colton arud Silk UMBRELLAS
Buttons, Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes, &c.
-SEWINGS-
500 doz. Parsons SP(OOLS (white)
600 do do do Nankeen and other colors
Orrells Balls and Skein COTTON
ilk and W. B. THREAD
do and assorted Sewing SILK
-RIBBONS, LACES, &c.-
Plain and fig'd Satin RIBBONS, from No. 1 to 16
do Lustring do do do do
Fancy Cap and Boanet do
A great variety Bobbinet FOOTINGS
Edgiungs, l'sei tinas. I,A W NS, &c.
--IlltMtI'l 1C GOODS-
Brown and bleached MUSLINS, all kinds
do do DRILI,S a' iI Cn~b,ires
Checks, Ticks, Blue Drilas, N \ N l mh 5 PI
NEWV GOODS
T HOMAS ARMSTRONG,No. 157 Baltimore,
between Light and Charles sts.-Has just re-
turned ioim New York, with a full assortment of ve-
ry superior FRENCH FANCY GOODS, to which
he invites the attention of lis Wholesale and Retail
customers.
Rich new style MOUSLIN DE LINES
New style French and Enelish Chintz Prints
8-1 iichi damask silk SHAWl .-pirna patterns
Emnbmoideredh aii stripd "l Ih'- M. Ii ,l. I N
Coloure t Paris LAWNi; black Lace VEILS
Coloured CRAPE 1.ISSES; Crimped LAWNS
Striped anal plaid GINGHAA1S; Victoria Skirts
French neecla worked COLLARS
I)o EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
F, -lia-I & Freaench Thread Laces and Edgings
'-.. ,,.'r blk, blue blk & white Italian CRAPES
English and French Silk HOSIERY
Extra Linen Cambrics anal do. HDKFS.


P \ i L,\ 1 Irunli i -It ll. P. 'AR Uuudll LiNE
TO PITTSBURG
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
HIAVE during the Winter increased their facili-
IUUties and are now prepared to forward Goods via
Susquehanna rail road and Pennsylvania Public Works
to P il.it,.lll a.
The -. Ia....i .ri of Goods is effectually guarded
against by this Line-as the goods remain in the same
Car Bodies in which they are loaded in Baltimore
until their aiival at Pittsburg.
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
Devot No. 68 North street, near the Post Office.
mh 10 JOHN WEST, Agent.
WESTERN MERCHANTS WHO SHIP
BY D. LEECH & CO.'S LINE,
(During the Canal season,)
ILL find it to their interest, before shipping
their goods, to call at
JOSEPH TAYLOR& SON'S, Agents,
Corner of Eutaw and German sts.
Goods forwarded without delay to Pittsburg or
Wheeling. fe 13 d?
LAFiFAN & REDtlOND.
NO. 56 PINE STREET, NEW YORK,
Have received by recent arrivals and offer for sale.
S0 CA SES new styles Ma, chester PRINTS
0 20 London,some extra Rich do
20 Black and white do
10 bl'k. lav .and white &c. Ginghams.
10 Fancy and checked do
10 4-4 Ear!ston do
10 Check'd Muslin do
5 9-8 Lt. ch and damask MUSLINS
5 Printed do
10 New Style MOUS. D'LAINES
20 6-4 CAMBRICS, assorted qualities
20 4-4 Checked MUSLINS do
10 5-4 do do do
5 6-4 Lace and Cord Check do
5 do and spot do tdo
20 9-8 Rolled JACONETS, ass'd col's.
5 Fig'd and stripe Cashmere Vestings
10 Printed Marseilles do
10 do WELTINGS
10 3-4GAMBROONS
10 bales 6 4 Red PADDINGS
10 cases Cotton andl Worsted and silk & wool
Summer CLOTHS
10 do ColouredSlLESlAS
50 (oh 3-4 Brown Linens, 4 bleach and na-
tural colour
50 do 4-4 do do do & do
50 do 3-4 do and white Linen Drillings.
10 do and 4-4 Brown HOI.LANDS
300 do 4-4 Bleached Irish LINEN, from low
priced to exsr nperfile. ja 6 2aw3m
FRESlH SPRING tRY GiOODS,
191 BALTIMORE STREIET-IN PART,
W OOL BLACK, Black and Medley Cloths
Plain and Fancy CASSIMERES
SATINETTS, KENTUCKY JEANS
GAMBROONS, Ribbons, Stockings, and fancy
Liunen DRILLS-a large variety ol plain and
fancy
Bro. ILINENS, 4 4.3-4 and 7 8 DOWLAS
:-..i, u er CLOTHS, plain and twilled
Pl I :l S, American and imported new styles
Mi -I.IN lDELAlNE
I',,,m1.i la '.m, an 1 MUSLIN, rich and new
Black and lavender and Mourning PRINTS
LUSTRIING-Black ltalian
GRO DE NAPS- Fie'd striped and plain
PANTA LOON STUFFS, of every variety
IRISH LINENS-4-4 various qualities
5 4, 10-4 I.- i i.aia-' "HEETING
B row n I ..ll. '. .I- .. I' lln k do
3 4and 6-4 Red PADDING
Canvas Padding, WIGANS
4-4SilPsias and col'd CAMBRICS
i i,,it.,'c MUSLINS,Plaid andstriped Jaconets
I.,,. I amboured MUSLIN, some very slip.
assorted
VELVET'S-super Lyons and Tabby
Buttons, Wadding, Suspenders, PINS
Sewind SILK, Spool and Ball COTTON
Patent Thread, Ribbons, HOSIERY
Lacets, Hdklls, CRAVATS, &c. &c. &c.
Together with an assortment of DOMESTIC COT-
TON GOODS, such as-
3-4,7 8,4 5 and 54 Brown & Bleached SIIR-
TINGS & SHEETING, OSNABURGS,
DUCK, DRILLINGS,&c.&c. all of which
with many others, are offered on the most accommo-
m.ii ali-. ',rms to cash or punctual customers.
It t a,1 and Country trade are respectfully invited
to call and examine our stock.
EDWARD PITTMAN& CO.
mh5 dlww3w _______
NEW SPRING GOODS.
G AITHEIR &. CO. No. 203 BALTIMOaE STREET,
Baltimore, have just received-
Su per Medium Wool Bl'k CLOTHS.
do do Invisible Green and Blue do.
do do Adelaide, Brown and Mulberry do.
do do Polish Green, Rifle Green do.
do do Olive and other Fancy Colored do.
CASSIMERES.
Handsome newstyle Wellington CASSIMERES
New style Tweed do., Bath do.
Black, Blue, Drab and fancy mixed do.
Sup. plain and fancy single Milled do.
do Rib'd Gambroons, Cachmeretts
do Plain and fancy Gambroons, Princettas.
VESTINGS.
Sup Serge VESTINGS, Silk and Worsted do.
Fig'd and plain La li-ti 'aiai Ido.
Fancy cold Silk \ L- II Nmi-,.', Rib'd Marseilles do.
Plain Marseilles, Plain anid fig'd white do.
Black and Sup. Blue Bl'k Silk VELVETS
do do do 5-4 BOMBAZINES.
PRINTS, CHALLIES, LAWNS, &c.
50 cases rich new styles Briitish PRINTS
Rich Foulard 4-4 Chintz do.
3-4 and 4-4 new printed LAWNS
Black and white LAWNS, Silk and WOOL CHAL-
LIES
Mourelinde de Laines, lialianas
Second Mourning LAWNS, Slate do.
Double purple PRINTS, Black & purple PRINTS
Fine Bl'kc and White do., Dove do.
Summer Cloths, Italian CLOTHS
Heavy Crape do., Bl'k and fancy col'd Summer do.
New styles light and dark AMERICAN PRINTS,
assorted
Crape finished PRINTS, Green do.
LINENS.
Fine and Medium dressed and undressed Irish LI-
NENS
Assorted Brown LINENS, Yellow do.
Mill slpun do do.
Sup. Heavy Brown DRILLINGS, RIB'D DRIL-
LINGS
Heavy White do Russia d,.
Superior Barnsley Sheetings, Russia Sheetings
Russia Diapers, 6-4 and 12-4 Table LINENS
Fine Kaniangs. Fine and medium HOLL INDS
l.ii. I'.mnir'a,. Bird Eye DIAPERS
White Sheeting-, Pouter Sheetings 4 4
Sail Canvass assorted, Taylor's CANVASS
Brown and Bleached Sackings, Osuaburgs
Superior BURLAPS, assorted numbers.
DOMESTIC GOt IDS.
Heavy Brown SHEETINGS AND SHIRTING,3-4
to 6-4
Large assortment Bleached do.
Brown and Bleached Drills, OSNABURGS
Satin Jean", Tickings. CHECKS
Blue DRILLS, NANKEENS, Pennsyvania JEANS
Hamilton pirinted Jeans. York JEANS
Assorted black and col'd Csmbrics, Hank Cotton
Assorted Canton FLANNELS, &c., &c.
SILKS, CRAPES, CAMBRICS, &c.
Matteoni and Paradise LUSTRINGS
Black and blue blackr Gros de Naples
Col'd Gios de Naples; blue black Gins de Swisse
Fenezio's amd Rubinacci's blue SEWINGS
Green, white, scarlet anad assoated do
Black and col'd TWIST, black GINGHAMS
lhck and wtlam- G;.......'. Scarlet PADDINGS
Cotton VELV'm-. i ', l].a,: i and col'd
White, black and blue black Cnapes, assorted Braids
Mamnc ihstar Ginghams, Green BERAGE
Jones' plain, check'd and Spot MUSLINS, assorted
Jones' Jackonets, Satin dio do
(ol'd and white Sataims, assorted Paper CA MBRICS
Black and col'd heavy Moleskins, black Italian CRA-
VATS
Fancy Silk Cravats; Hair Cord do
Madrass and Verona do; Gingham Hdkts
Black Levantine and fancy Pongee do
Gents sup. twill'd Spittlefiel Bandannas
Parsons, Taylors and Hughies' white anl col'd Spools
Ladies black and col'd Kid GLOVES, Mens do
Ladles and gent's black, col'd and white Silk Gloves
Cotton Gloves, white, black and plain fig'd BOBIN-
ETTS
Spotted Net, fig'd N.1, l.anup INSERTING
Valenciennes Lace, I .-.,ihga and EDGINGS
Elastic Silk BRACES, low "riced Braces


M & FOR THE WINDWARD ISLAND,
The No. I fast sailing ectr. ALIIA, MoIore,
uioser, can take the bulk of 200 bbls. freight to any
one of the above Islands, for which or passage apply
to F. T. MOIN'IELL,
mh I11 3t 79 Smilh', wiaf.
_SS PASSAGE FOR .MADEIRA.-The
First class coppered and copperfasleiel sedchr
MARY WILKEs, T. F. SPeight, master; havingsu-
perior accommniodtalions for Passenigers. Fur .-.--
only, apply to the captain ou board, Speai's '.%ai,ha.
orto GRANVILLES. OLDFIELD,
mh 10 d Lonhultrd st.
F'OR WILMINGTON, L*. C.-Tle
a schr. PERUVIAN, Capt. Fr.nch; will sail
witli despatch. For freight apply to
THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
mh 6 d P 12 and 13 BohL's ssharf
JFOit BOSTON-Regular Line-Tiae pacK-
et brig TOKEN, Loveland, roaster; will sail
wtin despatch. For freight or passage apply to
J. W.OSBORN,
mh 9 P 82 BowMly's wnarf.
FOR FREI.GHTi OR CHARTER-
S The schr. MARY AUGUSTA, Win. A. Tarn-
ton, master; burthen about 700 nbis. Apply to
JAMES HOOPEE & SONS,
mh 3 16 Light street wharf.
kk FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTE.R-
A &The superior fast sailing copper fastened and
coppered brig JANET, Landis, master;9 months old,
stows about 2000 bbls. and in complete order for any
voyage. Apply to B.BUCK&SON,
mh 5 d4t? No. 75 Smi'ht's wharf.
J FOR FREIGHT OR tCHARTEty-
i The new brig PERUVIAN, Capt. Watson;
burtnen about 1500 bbls. Apply te
THOS. WHITRIDGE,
inh 8 ( P 12 and 13 Bowlv'y wharf.
OFUR FIREIGHTI'1 Ot CHARTBKs.-
The coppered and copper fastened ship
O0 AN, Higginuis, master, 5000 bbls. burthen, will be
ready to receive cargo as soon as Ai-c *.. m-.d. pply
to OELRICHS 6. LLI \1 .\ l-N,
mh 9 s8t 31 S. Charles St.
i kOR FRElWlVt' OR CHIARTEIt-
& Two first class SHIPS, now in a neighboring
port. Apply to
mh 9 THOS. WILSON & CO. 48 S. Gay st.
FOR FREIGHT' Ot CHARTER-
& The schr. GEN. WAYNE, Fales, master;
burthen 1200 bbls. For terms, apply to
mh II d JOHN P. ADA1MS, 7 Bowly's wharf.
SFOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
m The good schr, LOUIS BR UCE, Capt. Bowly,
burthen 900 bbls.
SThe good schr. ATLANTIC, Capt. Cook,
A burthen 800 bbls. Apply to
MASON & WILDER,
mh 11 d4t 97 Bowly's whf.
WANTED-A VESSEL of about 600
bblsa. burthen, to load for a port in tih British
West Indies. R. &. H. R. TUCKER,
mh 10 38 South Gay a'reer.
WANTED TO CHARTER-A good
slow decked vessel of 120 to 150 tons, would
meet with a freight for an Eastern port. Apply to
SUMNER, ROBINSO.N & CO.
mh 9 15 Bowly's wilt.
WANTEIU-A good VESSEL, of about
1300 bbls. for a Southern port-a fair freight
with despatch will be given on application to
mhl 9 JOHN P. ADA MS, 7 Bowly's whif.
f WANTED.-A good SHIP, ot 3 to 400
tons, tor a long foreign voyag- a t '. 1o
W. HHIJA1li-i,
mh 8 d3t P 61 Smith's wharf.
N 1OTICE.-Having discharged from my employ
R. W. CANA, my Baltimore friends are notifi-
ed not to pay said Ciaina ari- ua. -', on my account.
I )D A.IlID HARDY,
fe 23 Im t110 Pearl st. New Vaik.
STOP, STOP, STOP.
SOOK AT THIS, BRASS CLOCKS, on-
-lly lour 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 Clock sold by
Mr. Sherman, and can treely recommend it as a good
article tor correct time.
Clark & Kellogg, Bowly's wharf; John Boggs, Mt.
Spear's wharf; Sangston, Whiteley & Co. Mt Balti-
more st.; Geo. 1I ginjai, & Co. Hoffman & Brothers,
Mt Charles st.; lai.'l,. B. Graf, Mt. S. Gay st.; J.
A. & G. E. Sangslon, Mt. 195 Bait. st.; Harrison &
Co. S. Charles st.
N. BIt. These CLOCKS will be found by the trade
to be the most convenient article for exportatlion.
fe 26 Mr. SHERMAN'S Office as above .
WM. F. GILL, CUPPER AND LEECHER,
No. 17 Lexington st. 5 doors West of Charles at.
R ESPEUTFULLY informs the Medical Fa-
culty and the public in general, that he has on
hand and intends constantly to keep, a laree assort-
mentofthebest EUROPEAN LEL HLE 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 lor sale in lols to suit
purchasers. mh 6
HOUSEKEEPERS LOOK AT THIlS.
ATENT CHEMICAL EAST 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 of turning sour or bilter
which the common yeast is subject to; try it and prove
it. None other is genuine unless l, u..i.i at la Bal-
timore street, near the bridge, b.1 I ri, a and Sher-
man. Also for sale by J. S. Chapman, Scuih near
Baltimore street; Seth S. Hance, corner Pratt and
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 sup-
ply themselves with this article as it will keep any
length of time and in any climate.
Patent medicines received on commission by Tur-
ner and Sherman: their store is 122 Baltimore street
near the Marsh market, mh 6 6t
BRYSON GILL,
DENTIST.
N W. CORNER HANOVER & LOM.
S BARD STREET, Baltimore, respectfully in-
torms his friends and the public that hs continues to
perform all operations in Deutal Surgery,viz: Extrac-
tion of Teeth and stumps, filing, cleansing, plugging,
'and the insertion of human and porcelain Teeth,
either singly or in an entire set.
So much do Teeth add to the beauty of the coun-
tenance, and so indispensable are they to a correct
pronunciation, that it has beem a practice from time
immemorial, when lost by accident or disease to re-
place them with artificial ones,-although of much
greater consequence that the Surgeon Dentist should
know how to cure and to preserve the living teeth
than to insert artificial ones, yet a knowledge of this
last is of considerable importance, to be complete in
his procession, and such knowledge will enable him to
be highly useful to the public. To such perfection
has this art arrived, that Dentists are enabled to re-
place the teeth when lost so as to render them high-
ly useful to the patient, and at the same time so ac-
curately as to reseoubme the teeth which were lost as
completely to elude detection by the closest scrutiny.
Regarding the power of mastication, the restoration
of lost beauty and the retrieving the faculty of dis-
tinct utterance are matters of great importance.
mb 4 2aw?
THE CREDITORS OF JOSHUA T. ROYS-
TON Jr. are hereby notified to file their claims
duly authenticated with the subscriber on or before
the first day of May next. And all persons indebted
to said Joshua T. Royston, Jr. will please make im-
mediate payment to the undersigned.
JOHN HANAN, Trustee,
mh 8 P eo4t Fayette street.
LEGHORNS AND PALM LEAF HATS.
I O CASES superior Gentlemen's, Boys,
I* ~i,^ Youths and Infants Double and Single
rim LEGHORN HATS, comprising the completest
assortment ever offered in this market and atextreme-
ly low prices.
100 cases PALM LEAF HATS, from common
quality to superfine inclusive, of every des-
cription, both white and colored, ior Men
and Boys,
50 cases Ladies and Misses FLORENCE Braid
BONNETS, of the newest styles and shapes,
80 e 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, cheap at
CHARLES JOHN HART'S,
Corner Baltimore and Charles streets.
mh 10 d P
SURVEYING AND TOPOGRAPHICAL
DRAUGHTING.
THE subscriber offers his services to the public as
SURVEYOR, and respectfully requests a share
of their patronage. Having for many years been
practically employed in Civil Engineering, Surveying,
and Tobpographical Draughting, he heels confident ot
giving satisfaction to those who may employ him.-
His Office is on FAYETTE STREET, near the
corner of St. Paul's Lane, (to the right of the front en-
trance of the Mansion Boarding House;) where he
will be ready to receive and execute with correctness
and despatch, any orders in his line.
Plats drawn, either simply linear, or showing the
topographical features of the land, at the pleasure of
the employer; and sectional profiles of elevation given
when desired, as well as all other measurements and
descriptions, in the above lines.
ma8 eo GEO. F. DE LA ROCHE.

SEASON'S CHALLENGE BLACKING,
KS PERHAPS more extensively used and more
S highly esteemed than any other Shoe Blacking in
the United States. It has by its decided superiority
won for itself the approbation of the beat chemists,
the most experienced Leather Workers, and the great
mass of Consumers throughout the United States.-
The manufacturer warrants every box of Blacking
bearing his signature to keep unimpaired in any cli.-
mate, and to afford, with half the usual labor a polish
equal to that ot the brightest mirror.
MASON'S IMPERISHABLE BLACK WRI-
TING INK, has established for itself an enviable
fame. It has no more injurious effect upon metallic
pens than water, whilst it flows as freely, and be-
comes, on exposure to the atmosphere a bright and
permanentJet Black. It is already favourably and
extensively known, by the best judges of Ink in our
public institutions both North and South, and is way-
ranted to be a superior article.
Both of these preparations are put up undet the im-
mediate direction ol'James S. Mason & Co1, and may
be depended upon a. unilbrm in quality.
JAMES S. MA-tSON.

NOTICE-JAS. 8. MASON has assodated with
himself in business as partner JAMES RUSHTON,
and the business in future will be conducted undei the
firm of JAMES S. MASON & CO.
JAMES S. MASON,
JAMES RUSHTONI
Agents for the Manufacturers in Baltmore,
PRATT & KEITH, South Charles at.
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All sew advertisements appeal
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ADJOURNMENT OF
-We learn by gentlemen w
day, that the Legislatur
night, the 10th instant-tha
by the Constitution for th
ye
We learn further that in
lution of the two houses,
to issue his proclamation
sion of the Legislature o
Correspondence
ANNAPOLIS, Ma
HOUSE OF
The House took up for co
the Senate to alter and am
as relates to the power o
Lotteries, passed Dec. Ses
bill was passed by a vot
The House then considered
to receive as a part of the
State parts of the County
trict of Columbia. The bi
43 to 15, and also
Mr. Gaither, from the co
reported a bill entitled an
napolis and Chesapeake S
which was ordered t
On motion of Mr. Tuck, t
from the Senate supplemen
act to incorporate the
Company of Hibernia. The
of 40
A letter was received
Johnson, declining the app
on the part of the State
in which the State
Mr. Jones, of Somerset, t
which was adopted, appoi
of Washington County, Re
Win. C. Johnson, Esq., wh
ment. The resolution a
Mr. E. A. Lynch, from t
Improvement, to whom was
investigating the conceit ns
Canal Company, delivered
committee had been diligent
entrusted to them, that th
taken was voluminous, an
have been made by a porti
anticipate the result of th
it desirable to report im
ments of the Committee h
laborious, that they have
full report will be ma Ie
prepared with the care wh
inquiry
SEN
The petition of Mary Ann
was reported unfavorably
red
Mr. Maulsby mived to re
in favour of the Medical F
Maryland. Determined in
1
The supplement to the act
tion of ground black
The resolutions appoint
polis and Elk Ridge Rai
Susquehanna Rail Road Com
An additional rule was ma
which is that no application
tertained unless the proof
ing to existing
The bill to divorce Hann
City was
The resolution in favor
was re-considered and ref
Fina

LATEST FROM RIO D
ship Roanoke, arrived yest
accounts to the 19th Jan
The editors of the ,ameri
--- teemed mercantile fiend
a lette
Rio DE JANEIRO,
Since our last respects o
nothing important to adv
Brandywine Flour was made
or 86.69-part for the La
ed 1511000. The market is
mond at 1911000, or $8.12,
The stock is 24 to 26,000
of Richmond, held by spe
crease their stock, as deale
them and will neither buy
competition with them at h
any to arrive, unless from
are likely to keep pretty
plies. There is no appar
last accounts it will not a
ta unless it be for the con
the time on wh
Domestics of all kinds ar
at very low and
Thestock of Coffee is 900
lows :-Selected good 4||i0
4|1 00 a 4|1400; firsts 3118
311750. Excha
JANUARY 19th.-No arrival
The dates from Montevide
quote Flour at $15, current
ing up, as well as at Bu
Montevideo would soon aga
enos Ayr
To-day the stock of coffee
bags-and general

Correspondence
WASHINGTON, M
Gentlemen--The bustle an
the Inauguration have so
members of the new admini
on their duties with a2eal
dable. You are of course
Department is by far the m
in its details, and I am h
have had business with M
ter General, have found tha
ed a system or rule of condu


fice to which he most ri
seems to have afforded grea
have vis
There are many rumors cur
course of the new Administ
traced to any authentic so
be implicitly relied on. I
that an extra session of Co
the beginning of June, so
time enough after their el
for coming t
It is of course impossible
principal subjects to which
Congress will be called b
is very little doubt the
mended will be
1st. The repeal of t
S2d. The imposition of a t
to meet the expenses of
3d. The adoption of a pla
the proceeds of
4th. The adoption of som
safe keeping of t
The latter, it is believed,
upon, and it is not yet k
tion will be made for the
Bank, or of some plan whi
of the people
It is believed that the
changes are necessary, wil
liberation. I know not on w
but it is generally suppose
been regular and punctual
ties, and has not made him
tician, he will not be dis
however, that no change
I am happy to state that
from the unexpected diffi
Mr. Ki g have been put to
isfactory settlement of the
Washington to-day or to-mo
your city.

Emigrants.-The Departme
ment of the number and des
arrived in the United Stat
in the year 1840, so far as
atthe Department. The re
however, show that 115,20
ted States, by sea

According to the Michiga
now waiting shipment at th
rels pork, and the like


THE SPIRt OF
The time has now come w
devote some moments to a
state of things in our po
attention of our read
The friends ot constitution
have been for some years al
of Executive power. The h
ministrations will show th
such a height as to regular
as to use Ihe authority of
poses-and that one of th
the national treasury und
cutive hands. If the judic
subservient to the Execut
efforts that way-nor, their
those efforts have been ine
party lately ousted from t
tinued i
The general result of whi
been brought about by any
Executive power. The Pre
dable by uniting in himself
BOuREN, like his immediate
head of the Government and
ty. He derived power fr
the official sanction of hi
usurpation. It was his pol
the patronage and influence
strengthen the force of pa
discipline; and his endea
powerful organization, to
uance of his o
There are two sorts of
tional or limited monarc
There are also two sorts
distinction is to be made
our government is that of
democracy-the people th
limitations which they d
constitution and ordaining
Now the tendency of things
has been strongly toward
that by means of party sp
the Nationa
Gen. JACKSON promulgated
the representative of the
bodied their entire sover
variance with all ideas of
In accordance with this p
withoufscruple to compel C
considering his authority su
lative body. He referred t
tioning and confirming ever
al interpretation and ever
pediency which he had a
But this was not the worst;
ces, the general influence
favour or proscription of t
to procure the popular sanc
ecutive; and there are inst
show that measures quite
sentiments of the people w
forced by the overshadow
fluence as to be carried int
of the people who had
Mr. VAN BUREN'S policy
less boldness was identical
and he pursued it with m
artful management, and pe
ing effect than his prede
trine that to the victors be
der his auspices an a
Now if a thinking man w
sincerely, and to say where
which our institutions are
ly to name this very thing
that is, party organization
united with executive pow
tion so cemented is intole
nical and absolute. It spurn
its ends at every sacrifice
force of a majority, no limi
principle of justice, no gu
before it to shield public l
als from oppression. It est
political conduct, and bri
to such active exercise t
human nature obtain the
the more honorable senti
such an extent that hig
from the contest and leave
ventures les
This is a rather long intr
intended to speak of-but i
cessary preliminary. For
HARRISON had in his mind
we have referred to when
tion of his Inaugural; and
that if under his administ
proscription upon the 'spoi
tinued, there would be very
of constitutional freedom
It matters not much who is
tern is to prevail, to keep
feverish excitement by h
partizan zeal and cherishi
tween citizens of the Repub
regard the ins as possession
der which may be theirs i
bents. It is useless to ta
feelings are predominant.
ernment we are thrown fo
tion of factions-a system
the worst species of tyrann
of man can
Let us turn to the wholes
ral, which seems to come t
days of WAsHINrTONe, break
ence to revive and cheer th
tis
"The spirit of liberty is
ery injury which our ins
the contrary, no care that
tion of our Government,
distribution of checks in i
trove effectual to keep us a
is suffered to decay; and
stant n
This paragraph contains n
ment, bnt it alao announce
The following is e
"The tendencies of all s
ments in their decline is
gonist principle to hlberty
tion-a spirit which assu
times of great excitement
People as the genuine spir
false Chnists whose coming
vior, seeks to, and were i
on the true and most faith
is in periods like this that
most watchful of those to
power. And although there
ty in distinguishing the fa
calm and dispassionate inv


counterfeit as well as by
erations, as the results
true spirit ot liberty,
vering, bold, anid unco
that secured, is mild, and
to the means it employs; w
assuming to be that of lib
and intolerant, and totally
of the allies which it brin
When the genuine spirit of
of a people to a thorough e
it leads to the excision
may have fastened itself
ot the Government, andi r
pristine health and beauty.
erant spirit of party amo
fails to result in a danger
tive power introduced and
profession of devo
Here follows something w
goes directly to the ro
"Always the friend of my
terer, it becomes my duy
high place to which their
that bhete exists in the la
best interest-hostile to li
contrecled in its views, se
to the aggrandizement.ot a
ofthe interest of the wh
with the People. Someth
fected by the means which
hands. It is union that w
the sake of that party, but
try for the sake of the wh
ofits interests and its ho
sion, for the defence of th
ancestors so gloriously c
pends upon me it shall be
fluence that I possess, sha
formation atleast of an E
of the Legislative body. I
member of that body to a
does not satisfy his judge
those from whom he holds
confidence in advance from
ed for by Mr. Jefferson, "
to ihe legal administra
Perhaps we should ask th
ers for devoting so much
in truth we know nothing
juncture-nothing that ca
commended to their serious
now a crisis upon us-and
RiSON so understands it.
is lost of checking the fat
Stion in the Government no
cur again until the evil h
in its own convulsions. L
made. If the elements ofpa
vative principle, ofthe orig
fathers and of sound polit
the land, yet for some y
powerful enough to make a
that threatens to overwhe
blending and a harmonizing


mons just issued from the
thank God for that a man
honest enough to send f
such a place., If the expert
peal is to be made in vain,
until it is fully made and
all events cannot be dete
the other-and until the
ground our faith f

The steamship President
on Wednesday, in consequ
She was to depart ye
The following is a list
Pfeffel, of New York; A.
roy Lenox, Br. Army; M
Power and servt. Eng.; C.
S. Mails, New Vork; C.
Thos. Palmer, Baltimore;
Blancher, do; John Frase
Jr. Amsterdam; A. S. By
New York; W. W. Martin
and friend, N. Y.; A. Li
G. G. Cookman, Washin
Scotland; B. Morris and
berts, New York; J. Leo
child; Master Mohring-To
serve

Mr. BRAHAM'S CONCE
Sacred Music announced to
at the Assembly Rooms, Fay
attractive. It is in the p
character that Mr. BRAHAM
his highest degree of fame
not that the present opport
to pass u

The Philadelphia Nationa
& Blanchard have made arr
Mr. Dickens, for the early
try of his new work, "B
number with illustration

A still further reduction
peake and Delaware Canal
delphia papers--with a vie
to Philadelphia the trade
to Have tie Grace. The
nesday
The business people of thi
that the following reduction
apeake and Delaware cana
effect after the 16th inst.
three cents per barrel; o
groceries, (not enumerat
paints, from 50 to 40 cen
iron, trom 221 to 18 cents
from 30 cents to 20 cents
stone and manures, from 25
toll on sugar and coffee i
1000 poud
Monday last was the day
ing of the stockholders o
Cansal Company at Frederi
presentatives of the Sta
meeting was postp

FLORIDA.-The Savannah
instant supplies the follow
da
FORT RUSsELL, E. F
Gentlemen-I hasten to in
starts for Pilatka, of the
this evening at Orange Cr
this Fort. Lt. Albertis,
fantry, who was detached
days since to garrison For
distant, was startled about
hearing the wild cry of th
reaction of Fort Russell.
four men of his small com
left Fort Brooke, and foll
cries, encountered the I
Creek Hammock, only three
On perceiving the Indian
heavy fire upon them, whi
but as the Indian force co
being about one hundred,
fired away all his ammuni
retreat back to Fort Brookr
his men severely wounded
wounded in a block house,
of the post, and establish
fight or die should the pos
sence, Lieut. Albertis ag
nied by only seventeen men
cut his way through the In
cate with Capt. Barnum, t
se
On arriving once more a
dians emerged from the h
Albertis battle, in the br
cer, with bravery almost
seventeen men, again fou
hour, and at times altho
his way through the whole
gee to the post of Fort Russ
let of fire only one man.
Fort Ruiissell immediately
my. Our wagons have al
Russe'l 2 iilled,l Corpora
I Sergeant, I Corporal and
si
Killed-Corporal Lang, C
Hook, Co .
Wounded-Norman Luke,
K.2d Inf.;Corporal Hanford
Co. K.; Newton, do, Bow
Missing-Priv
The loss of the enemy c
the Indian warriors were s
and wonundedas fastas the
it, Alex. Tustenuggeeat tm
riors, while contemplating
moment feelings most bitt
and his "sev
P. S.-No Indian news f
come in have no

Female Influence.-We fi
an essay on Femaleinfluen
fore the Chillicothe Lyce
lent paragraphs we take t
of interest to young
That influence of the fai
virtuous, reasonable, and
culiar characteristics, and
ble feminine traits. Ari
both the great powers of t
imagination-of that which
sion centres in itself eve
strikes its roots deep into
tions and the tastes. It c
delay and disappointment,
thing but disdain, or a conv
worthily placed. Indeed,
plucked suddenly front th
even gradually displaced, wi
ture and leaving a sensiti
ed. It embraces esteem,
devotion, tenderness, h
joined to it, it impacts ne
tion, develops unknown
strength and energy of char
tions and the intellects, an
to nobler aims and
Nothing that may advance
der him worthy of the objec
ous for one who is subject
Every nerve is strained t
possible to the purity and
homage
In former ages, we are t
pitiated the smiles of the f
lor in the tournament and
though thie lover has no su
iting his devotion, he is rea
in the stern duties of the
er exercise of the homelier
of heroism, as the most ga
he may not bear his lady'
casque, and challenge to
question her peerlessnes
name and image in his hear
courage and enthusiasm,
befal. and sive his li


The passion, of course, dis
different persons. In some
pose itself unwelcome, wi
hides itself in itsown dept
its object. 'I his love would
is certainly the most gener
itself rather than give pai
others, it absolutely pers
markable for its pertinac

POST OFFICE RECE
TUR
On the last night of the
laid before the House of
Post Office Department,
for the year ending June 30
Estimates under each
Estimates. E
Compensation to Postmasters,
Transportation,,
Steam, ship, and way letters,
Wrapping-paper,
Office furniture,
Advertising,
Mail bags,
Blacks,
Mail locks, keys, and stamps,
Depredations andl special agent
Clerks for offices,
Miscellaneous,
$5,100,000 $
From this report it alsoap
received for postage during
1840, was
Newsipap
Letters. Paimph
Maine, $90,866
New Hampshire, 51,1
Vermont, 54,7
Massachusetts, 296,7
Rhode Island, 37,5
Connecticut, 98,4
New York, 893,19
New Jersey, 58.
Pennsylvania, 432,9
Delaware, 12,6
Maryland. 144,6
District of Columbia, 39,
Virginia, 1969
North Carolina, 69,1
South Carolipa, 112,0
Georgia, 153,1
Floridas, 25,2
Alabama, 128,8
Mississippi, 86,
Louisiana, 117,8
Arkansas, 18,8
Tennessee, 97,37
Kentucky, 128,5
Ohio, 266,93
Michigan, 61,8
Indiana, 86,
Illinois, 98
Missouri, 76,7
Iowa, 10.7
Wistonsan, 12,8
Canada, 41,8
$4,003,776 $53
Manuring Pinks.-A fri
very freely with rotten wo
ment in the appearance o
ing, in fact it quite altere
To such ot your readers as
may be information worth


CIT CO
Infirs t Branch,
Mr. Hanson presented the
nald relative to a lot on
the committee
Mr. Burns presented the
and others that Scott s
Mr. Keyser reported unfav
several fire companies,
Mr. Hotter reported an
filling of casks for the use
at the Poi
Mr. Pinkn-y reported fav
C.R. Barney, and unfavora
Mr. Keyser reported lavo
John Richter, w
Mr. Pinkney reported fav
of R. D. Long
Mr. Cole offered a resol
concurrence of the second
Monday, and to adjourn si
ne
Correspondence
NEW ORLEANS, Fe
Business during the last l
weather continues favorable
Cotton.-Arrived since the
ed 19,016 bales-stock on
8,000 bales have changed
a decline
Tobacco.-The market co
last the sales consist of"13
hhds. of which 12 Firsts at 1
conds at 8 and 10 X at 5-.
to 4,50
Sugar.-The market is mo
in consequence of heavyrec
tinues firm, and large quant
Molasses-My last Quotatio
are well sustained. The en
tinues
Flour-Prices have slig
Cincinnati superfine dom
$4.20. Prices range from
of the last three d
Pork, Beef and Bacon are
Beef is in tolerable dema
Mess, and $7 for Prime.
need quotations, as the sa
at forme
Whiskey-The inquiry i
sele of 200 bbls. rectified
are firm at
Exchange.-All description
a fair demand. Sterling,
New York, 60 days, 2 to
Checks, 4 p
Freights.-I notice more
ship masters, without any
The young Whigs of our
magnificent Inauguration
Twenty six Managers-all
State, and the preparation
splendor.
The Tariff-One thing (r
Standard,) seems to be agr
we must have a tariff stuff
revenue. The South, it is
to a higher rate of duties
Whether the North will be s
remains to be seen. Perh
New England will prefer l
ance of their permanence,
tain tariff-for uncertain
When they invest largely i
it is of the last importance
properly shall not be rende
ference of

Ohio River.-The Cincinn
instan
THE RIVER is again swe
inches in the
The steamer Harrisburgh
having left Pittsburgh on T
feet water at that place,
consequence of the melti
other pleasant and dry. Ste
at Buffington, andl Pennsy
ing below
Five feet water at Whee
ing.
For the d
MESSRS. EDITORS :-In not
Paper of yesterday by "a
ting th- P.iill.-ilv submit
Ways ri MNI-.,,.- at Annapo
Commission Merchants in
beg leave respectfully to s
ond attentive perusal of sai
tion particularly to the con
quiring al l Commission Me
rerrnrni7 nic to this State
i.. h.-1, ..ften thousands
contemplate its effects
prisino men of business. A
land, I fully concur in th
and credit ofthe State mut
ards, but legislative wisdom
towards the attainment of
of our institutions, andu
The 4th Section of the Ac
of a duty or tax of thirt
dollars ot the value of ths
dize, produce, andl proper
tie sold on commission ini
non-residents in Maryla
through the medium of o
and other facilities of
an accurate calculation ap
On the contrary the Tax, i
of the low rates of commit
in proportion to their valu
andt strike fatally at the i
munity.
THE NAIA
AT THE HOLLIDAY
All join in praise of this
sending voice have we yet
nitude, wonder at its beaut
formance seem to be in ev
elbow who has seen some of
aioular performances of
without hesitation, that t
at this Theatre exceeds an
S.i,,i,. a seems to have b
rfic ;,irI to gratify Ie
daunted by hard times has
ture, and will, or we sue
harvest. It thue Naiad
houses then do the citizen
all Dramatic represent
Report says that Mr. Fost
Mr. Walton another

SENATE OF THE
EXTRA S
WEDNESDAY, hVI
The discussion was contin
Mr. MANGUM, proposingtnt
Printers to the
Messrs. WRIGHT,WA
BU'RY opposed the resol
GUM and others
At o'clock, the Sendse
TON, proceeded to the co
busin

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as to read 'Commercial B
ofthe notes shown us, was
ed G. Wharton, Cash'r.
72. Letters CC. The wor
tracted, and Pennsylvania i
The word Philadelphia is al
of the note. 'T'he alterat
be easily detected by the l
words inserted. Thevigne
a harvest field in froit, a
a dwelling house and barn
ground.
fr Important Decision.-We
Louis New Era, that the Ci
on Wednesday, decided tha
boat, or other vessel, from
save life, vitiated the poli
ed the insurers from liabi
Court was that of the st
years since in the lower
ped a day or two, to rende
Collier, aground upon a b
she proceeded upon her
sunk. The boat andcargo b
ers of a part of the cargo
surance office for the reco
The decision oftheJudge
the right of the plaintiffs
be generally understood b
tern waters, that to stop t
from their usual route, ex


viltiaes not only the iol
boat, but likewise the car
been regarded as the law, f
been for the boats to relie
culty. The principle is, w
not having been before press
for adju

For the Ai
MR. B
Never have we in feeling
the power of Song than at t
this city by this disting
indeed afforded us a gralifi
ten. Mr. Braham's powers
nearly half a;century, but
has reduced his powers e
assure those who are of s
greatly in error. We see
tipe of every English si
country during the last twe
can in our estimation be c
nal. His voice extends thr
wonderful, and in point of t
ty we have never heard
such a gift of nature, we
conception of music and a
tion that support the reput
fore him. In thie perform
has long stood without a
the concert olf sacred mus
ning, contains a selection
these. Mr. Braham isably
and Mr. Hayter, the latter
B

From the New Orlean
FROM H
Bythe steamship Natchez,
received Havana papers
Natchz made a short ru
across the gulf, but was d
the Balize by
Business was dull in Hava
holidays taking precedent
tions. Cofiee, 10t a 1I ct
prices the limited orders f
not be filled. Sugar was q
dant supply, ant small de
121 a 13' cts; Freights
vessels in port, hut litt
Orleans, li a 2 di
It appears by a statement
Elssler received $20,000
ance in the Tacon Theatre
the samnesource, that on t
nefit night, she received m
of that establishment! Af
was carried home in the c
ver, accompanied by an i
ple, with music, &c. The
nefit was reckoned
By some extracts from la
pears that the news that Tex
invasion of Mexico, occasion
coun
An institution for the in
dumb is about being estab
va
Some oftthe streets of Ha
with
FoG.-For several days p
markable tog on the river
coast. 'The Natchez was d
Friday morning to Saturd
who came over in the Natc
a solid block of tog on the
dense that no object can
distance. Many vessels
their bells were heard in e
instances they were hear
but no one was in

Methodist Church in l7exa
minutes of the first confer
copal Church of Texas, re
Bishop Waugh, from which
church in the new republic.
ber in s
Whit's. ColI'd. t
.i \,, ,i,. '. .,2 .
3a*. 1' ...,,,4 3
Nacogdoches.... .246
Crocikelt.......... 75 i
',i]W :... .... .....2]8
1 n1. ... ...... 13 11
larnisoiin......... 68
Rutcrsaville....... 78
1623
RECAPITI


Whites. .
Members.... ............... ...
Lacal preachers..........
Total-...................
There are three districts
tine, Gaiveston and Rutersv
preachers belonging to the
clusive of the local ministry
places are to be supplied
Conference is to be held at
of December
Sacrilege.-The Coburg (
ult. says, "A most diabol
on Sunday night last in
of this town, which we a
Some tunprincilpled villain
them fiends in human shape
told, broke into tile Chur
every thing they could la
pane of glass was lelt whole
was otherwise most bfoully des
This outrage.we need not s
indignation in thie town, and
properly been entered into
c rAwi]1ett:'tn' t, as well to rt
.- f.- if table rew r
perpetrators, who we earned
permitted to escape the p
mity of th
Boston and Lowelt Rail
nual report we learn that
have been laid during tie
miles of this tracd now in
miles rnly to be laid, whi
ted in the course of the ei
expended in construction t
729 242; leaving of the ca
The receipts oh the last y
of which from pAssengers
Lowell Railroad 85,0928:
mail 1,953; passengers fr
Railroads 24,347; merchandise
sengers from Boston and
merchandize
The expenFea ot the year
$21.813; repairs of' engines
penses 55,933; total T'li,4'b
paid dt during the ..:. ,, *.- I
000, amounting

-n L'r'a.tit.r.i.rit F p it
thait a -li-I 1 1,- I M| p11 n
rail road company to run
their road so as to be broug
ment of utmot speed. It is
ble marques intends to act
either ofh t
Wheat Bounty in Massach
State ...- ..- . h 'I- .I- ui i.,
bountri ii. -, I iruh IiS.t r ti,
By thil. 1I i," t lh i ,u ..-
for the years 1838 and 1840
bushels raised 190,869.
1838, the sum of two dol
every person who should rai
cents Ior every addition
lowed ior the past two yea
to this, claimin on the raisin
unaudited.- P

Western Rail Road.-The
Reprezenlativesion Mi ...It -
ed the billion aidoft ,.- r .
$700,000 in State scrip as
provided tie stockholders
dollars upon each share no
$18 for $100 paitd,and also
ot the road and tile opera
five Slate Directors, inst
The deathslast week in tl
ber unusually large tor th
were of consumption. 15 of
7 of inflammation of the bow
ver.-N. Y.

A Log worth Rolling.-A
Mahogany was yesterday so
C.). for six hundred and s
Fast Day.-Gov. Davis, o
pointed Thursday, th e Sth
fasting, humiliation, sn
wealth.
MYRON HOLr.EY is dead!
accomplished scholarand nti
lay morning, at his resi
this city, at the ae of si
to the gray the love and r
Thie public services of'Mr
the State in lines asendui
Hndaon, while his private
will live in thie hearts of h
until they c
We hope at a future day to
readers a befitting notice
the deceased,- Ros

Pickpockets at -On'om;..a
tive and intelligent pu.rc w
ington city during tille ina
look around him for thieves
cognized more than 100 of
nearly one third of them t
were bustling about among
and industriously employee
their vocation. He caused
edl, and informed some ofth
the fact of the presence of
local officers were too mu
ters, or too little accusto
suspicion, to attend to the
strangers, and consequently
cape. One of those arrest
in his possession,-andh th
reaped a golden harvest o
Express.
Sweeping Streets and H
sweeping streets and high
vented in France. We find
lowing derser
"In 1835 the Director Ge
roads, ordered a machine t
ing the paved part of the
war tried, in 1836 at Roche
engineers, and in three hou
000 metres, or two leagues
posited the mud in regular
other machines were then
tried in differ
This machine is the inve
chief engineer in the depar
It is drawn by four or five
are conducted by four s
apparatus easily penetrat
pavement, and gives way a
any projection; its press
gulated at pleasure, and c
preventithe horses advan
stopped instantaneously in


any obstacle, and can be
three metres, if necessary
carriages. It has been in u
improvements have been made
size without diminii

Communi
IONA DOLORES N
The lovers of sweet music
tunity of hearing the celeb
Goni, who it is understood
some evening of the ens
Madam de Goni was consid
of Spain and .f" Eu,.-. -
of the Qieen M ,I,1, l.'tiir
(ion, where she performed
Adelaide and the other me
as well as the most lashio
:i, ITi. .., testim onials of
nri.,r-I,: n In Washingtish
and the writer of this haild i
and lie can say, withoutflit
times the opportunity of
Spanish guitarists, but no
red to this talented lady
by the privilege of her sen
pationizetd bv the elite ofo
London and Washiinton

Marrlid on tle tlm inst. r.,
OUON MASON to Miss I
this
Married on the7th inst. by
L. EMERY to Miss ELIZA W
Married at Green Levrl, Staff
ht., 1r Ri-.., rQUILLoA RAN
I' N i.i I GILL,o

Died on the 22d built. NANCY
of
Died at St. Lomis, February
SELL, aged23 years, former
caused by exposure at thle fire
o thie I1

ESSENCEOF IltlC
Composed of-,. 7.,, .'; .
FOR riTE CL '." I .
ness, Irritationot o rf e 't ..
the Heart, Asthma, Whoop
profuse expectoration, &c.
useful for Publ
All the attempts at imitate
invaluable remedy have entity
o. ,..lr,. reputation and i
t,, oftr i" al
The subscriber, general
SON, has always on hand a
dy, which lie sells to agent
terms as the Proprielors -
closing him any sum, not le
Bantik notes, (free of post
sent according to direct
its being fre
For sale wholesa
JOS. RO
Circultting Library
It is also retailed by Robe
Hanover and Baltimore st
cornet of Eutaw and Pratt s
E. Baltimore and High si

-,' -., -' ..x &_i' ',

Sates at the New York S
565 shares U. S. Bank..
105 do. Canton Co ....
Sales of Stock at Phi
360 shares U. S. Bank....
20 do. Philad. and B
NEW YOiRK
Wednesday even
Ashes are in a quiet state.
Mackerel have been sold atd$l4
Several parcels of hides have
Molasses is arriving ad .-
thier lower prices: Matanza.I
the close of last week. Prime
saleable than Mess. Sales of Tu
A few hundred tierces of Flax
have been shipped this week.
svi'1 now alnonnts toi mar 470
Timothy $26 toe, nominal.
Oil has been sold at :15c gal.t to
solid at 79c cash. Sales of Fal
bacco is held lirinly wiren a si
Freights are notw lor Cotton to
le
The siles of Cotton are about
out that there weer some bar
last evening, making the sales
siea
Flour remains inactive. Corn i
would conuianld 47 eis wt, an
tetron was sold at a
Th sale of the John Gilpin'
large company, and went off
2,c more than at the last sale,
no improvement. A small prti
There was another sale ot Teas
cess, and almost the whoe
,rocks generally have fallen
There is no new reason baut their
old ones. Exchange on Philadelpi
Exchanges, including Certific
in distant places are at &
Boston...............piar ha-
Philadelphia-.............. 4a4
S 'ii.'...-a. .. I..-
V" ,i Ii.. -,, [1'1 -
Richmond .............. -a5 S s
L- .. i.,,- . ..... - -
'f..r '. ". ..
R'lfl .d ..N s vle...... d,
.. -i, ..., .. . I s .
t ~ ~ '* n1' Itti* '
( I ,, ,M h. i.... .. .
riterior,3 G ............-a-
Anu eisia ............... llal
Maco -...................13 a-
Columbas............... 7ta8
Jour.
Reporti(l fir the J
NEW YORK AUCTION
By L. M. HOI
Teas-Car'o brig John Gilpin
96c 111i; 151 cht anilt iff it oi
Itlys n a it 8i1'c; 18 chts and 615 i
and 513 lifclits drn it 65a67 c;
a53c; 2.9 cits tHoys, Skin it (
caoiisteri ihnerial at 85at6c;
itdiro at 50c; 586 boxes of 6 Idbs
Ilhs do at57ai59c; 43 hfchests Gun
tlers (loat 86ia87ic;46 if cheila
His. do ait 63a3i cts; 1094 boxes
165 half hestis do at 5a53t cnr
at 61c; 341 life', 1 :-
Souclong at 55 i T,, i ...^ a
were wi
Cassia-2000 ti ata


t't t.... 01"

'." .1 ;, .
ARRIVEDV
Slip Roanoke, Smith, 46 days
to H. Jenkins, Wia. Wilson & Soi
I.urinan, Kirkland R Chase,
and order. Left 20ih Jan. shi
unc; Coutmmerce. Julius. Irou i
do; barques ,..... .. ....
ie a. day.. ; 1'l "l' h. 11 ,
Caipe dc V e'-. ,i .. i. r ., i .i. r.,,
Kroos, ('itede Verds, mnn. u,. i
in 2 days; "'5imieona, ilark N
do. do; Malma Theresa, 'lark,
timore, do. Bremern brig A
sailed idthi; brigs Ilarly, Em
13]|I, and Montevideo. Ridde
Also in port, U. S. ships Ma
Capt 1 I...
Schr Ii,...,, 1ii,,,i, 5
\U 'i, .l;. .,. i
itl i ,,n\'- -I',,1' ielvidera, fn m
.I -I ". '.,... .fiomm Tutn "' ks ,
,. ,.,,. n1,. reported by e i
brias alid two scut
SAIL lit--trint9 mover aiid H
Orazabo, I'rovidence; Thada
Charlcston;
The ship Leila, Higgins, of
froui Liverp
Theschr. Nile, Kenay, anil c
nmire, cleared at New York 9th1
do. clear
At Havwna. 27th uilt. brigs Joh
c--..... I,,|.I.,, I s.,, L. I'ayo
( ii .,i l sale nclir.
waiting freight. Schr. DavidB S
for ('ayu It ne so
T'he bhis Martha ard Victor
Boston 8
The brigs ,ulmena, lIowes, fo
9tm
Thli" chir. Sarah Augusta, W
at Niw Yori
TIe schr. C'leste, Johnsan,
ved at New Y
ThIe eloops Coqimette, Laym
more, cleared at Ihi


NEW HAVEN, March 8-Arr.
Orlean.
WARREN, March 5-Cl'd'.
IBOSTON, March 9-Arr. brig
Milo llth Dec.
Brigs Pensacola, fr
I''d. ship Comrnet, New Orl
Town; lbrigs Hollander, Rotte
mena, Ba
NEW Y01iK, March 10-Cl'd.
erpool; Ornheus, do; lHuntsvi
nmann, Ponce I P t' .. C ,,
Thomas and ii -i.,r ..
Arr. shims ( ........rr., i N... -
Ship Atlamtic, New Or
Selirs. trelet., from
Marchi 10, uon-i1n.CIgl.
Art. ships Eutaw, from Greenoc
Tibuo, Mobile; Mary&Jaine, New
brig Frianklin, fro
Pil tLADELPI iA, I1 .1. i'
Rio de Janei
Below, brigs Orson, from M
R.; Maria. 'ort air Prince; schr
ClI'd. schr. Henry G.
I\ Ur I i n i t, 11. C. Mar
0" 1 1 a- ... I o Blarriso ar
exaedria, New York; schlrs. At
do.
RIICHMOND, March 10-Arr.
Sl'd schlir. Henrietta, Philad
CHARLESTON, March 8-Arr.
Schlir. :i .m .. ,
March j A. ..... ndrew ,.B.
Lame, Liverpool; barque nety
tor; brigs ('limli, tavara; An
hover, d,; Lau
SAVANNAH, March 7-Cl'd Hr
Halifax; brig Willi
NEW ORLEANS, March I-CIL
erpool; Peruvian, do; Hambu
brig Fa.dang. Gibraliar; Torm 'Pa
Boston; steam pack


N OTIC.--In our CLOT
THIS MORNING, at 9o a
lper quahlies suited to th e
mh 12C_8 LC
NEW uR
iBSKT"'[ON, and
PHILADELPHIA
CARTER, MO
mh 12
BANK CHECKS ON
$1000; lo
THO?. WH
mh 12 d P 12
E x1 CH '-t-.1 < .L IT.',in,
Bill on ew Yoik o
RUTHERFORD
mh 12 P_ __
O UBLOItU1 --70u Juoyll
sale. Apply to WM
noh 12 It I No
O 1-110, Kentucnty, Ihd
NOTES, IbrSale at a
mhb12 JONSON&EE
CHANGE ON F
$2300 Sight Exch
mhn12 d4t J. M. SLAUG
FRANKLINN BANK
DORSED CHECK
mh 12


NO.10 LIGHT ST
HUORNrON & EAREC
inlorm Small Lealers
snrmAni c.I tIoilCEHIE Ty.
tolsell on low terms and
-1ELRGINIA MONEY, w
S rates of d
mIl 12J92 .
6O/ IKldlk 6 Pn k
4 JlNOTES; $10o0
by mil 12 J S
L4rUARS-75,0t0 Havan
SWITHINGTON
mh 12 P 8_
CHEESiE-1000 boxes and
RUTHERFORD
mh 12 P11
LOVERSEEDI-100 bu
Seed, fo
mh 12G .I R&
1 LOVEIStb.ED--50 bu
S for sale by
mrh 12Sl t
.t[HOCOLA'T'E.-500 box
U sale by SUMNE
mih 121 5 ow r
f AUYAAQtIL OCOA--
Squil Cocou, imported p
mh 12 eo4t HUGH B
GUM MYthiRtl
GARLAND
mh 12 P8 6 l_
AI.5.AqA ,VIN/iS-2a,
Sweet, t l
mh 12 P HENRY
ItIUNE8.-20 cases fre
SFor sale by
mh 12 d4t P
)IIME tlCE-1 -itl iero-
S darin, and lor sale by
mh 12
OWiUEK-i15U Kegs a
sale by WITHIN 8
mht 12 P8 5
f ICE.-50 tierces prime
I.t Mandarin, from
Imn l 12 d4tJ M SLA
PECIE.- $6,
PAIRO
mh 12 d4t N 6 t
SIIALE OIL-Int teices
GARLAND
mh 12 P 8 w
PPtl;S-5u bbis. R1. ,
order,just landi
WM A.
tmh 12 8__w a
OST'ON F'UN US, at Si
to suit purchase
THt)S. W
mh 12 (1 P 12
C SAt NJ AGPiw I on tie
DLefiance, Castle. CrosE
sale by HEN
ilmh 12 P __1
L O YV tk' it .I. I turnil
Cloverseed, just rece
LOWRY
.__2h 12 2t.. t
S l1 -i'U_) -- s- i' .. i- .
S Cotloo, landing trom ba
watrow, from New Ot
mh 12 d4t J. M. SILA
LOV ERSEED-125 bt
C of prime quality
ANDREW GR
lmh 12F anln
CLtOV E:II*^-E.|: -]-.',, b
S SEED, just receive
A. M. FEN
nmh 12 Corner P
Fl I,' ; 1 igA
S 50 bags White Mar
WITHINGTO8A
mh 12 P6 5_
IllgtE CIIACKERS.-34
S Crackers, 50 packs each
store and for sale b
inmh 12 8tN 5 P
AMM RlKU AItA It
with Iploigh moI
G. B. WILSON & C
tmh 12 P dil? ooppi
TOWARD ST. FLOUR-
Howard st. Flour, in g
store, and tor sale by
mh 12 N i
j INEED OIL--I hisn
S York Coltn y
D ST
mh 12 P_ se
OI, LASSES-lthhtids
quality, f
G.B. WILSON &C. C
mh 12 P til? oppose
WERCi'R POTATOEtiS
.U an.1 for
RUTHERFORD
mh 12 P ___
M ESS-PORK-15O bbe
enable terms
G. B. WILSON & C
mnh 12 P dif o
AR sMOKED HERRING
BACON, LARt)-for s
THORNTON &
mh 120 LihSt
F1 'lBA CCO-l150l toxe 8
S best quality PLUG TO
and for
t IC12 C
O]tI!NIT'S-10 cases Mew
S received per Steame r
for sale by G. B
mh t12 P
ORT WINE
20 quarter casks er s
40 eights do W
mh 12 JOHN P. A D
lIHOT & B A It LEAD.-
Shot, oh all sizes, and B
er prices, by SUMN
mh 125Cw _r
tUGiAIt HOU
b- 50 hhdls. superior Su
60 bbls. intg thi
mh 12 JOlHlN P. AD
VUSIMl(lT ll'Y iEE-D-ri-
.3 SEE.D, just re
ANDREW GR
mh 12 F st.
-- BUS. G. A. SALT
U qBA sacks Fine-for sahl
by THOR
tmh 12
dhOb ks.lt.S NO.
W order; just receive
by
mh 2 C
100 BUSHiELS
sal
KERNAN & S
mh 12
l1 | .KEGS SilIP
10V0 small kegs
ANDREW GR
mh 12
9OOO BBLS. GR
1 ohot superior quality
drayage-for sale by
mh 12 Holting
P S PRIM I
i0.BACON, o
G. B. WILSON &
mh I2 d P opp
l|g Hh-1D.. MOILAaS~t
gar House do in bhIs
small quantity
I ltihI .I'I N
mh 12 ha Li
j'ILOsUR-lOi, bt.ls -,i;.r
3. well kt.own t.1 .,.ti '.
CRAWFORD
A!so, BACON, LARD, B
ing termsnn
t^AMILY FLOU,
50 bbls best White Fam


100 hbbis Wtrite Rochest
For sale by G. B. WI
mh 12 d P oppose
'AMILYV FLOUR--1i
S Wheat Family FLOUR,
load, or si
CHAS. A.
mh 124 iha
BACON & BUTTER.-1
crick Crunty Hairs, Sh
Joles, very prime; BUT i
C. D. ]IN
mh 1 3Spars haf
mi Ig______
0 LU Wt118KIEV-20U nbi
WHISKEiES,..] /.',.I.- r
-in store and
CHAS. A.G
mhi12 1Lit
1V Aht'irO.--A yu
S taking charge of a Cou
oily ol the Cr;y. G ,ld rel
qualilcatiuona will beui
WM. MAS
mh12 d8t __t
01 .'R-Wiuier a
Winter, Commonand R
bbls., tierces anditn-h ttd.-
sale at the lowest
SUMNER, RO
mh 125 ____
ICORKS.-Phial CORKS
S Poiter Bot
And Detmi
Jtust received
J. F. STR
mh 12 d4t P 45
ORK, LA c
S 127 bbis. Mess
53 kegs LA Rl), le
35 dto No
41 bbls. Ohio CHEESE.
mh 12 CLAR
Er W ISAVIUN VACT
L GOODS. -Just receive
and cadet, mixed and
NETS, and white FLANN
low to close. MER
Inuh 12 P2 ou
A'1EAS, CAS,1AA, &c-Y
cheers, half c
Gunpow o
Imperial
Pouchong do
Souchong do h sal
Cassia, in Mats and Cas
nentand for sale to the tra
WM. & GEO
mh 12 Lom
SRAN DIES.-
Pellevoisin, J
Alexander Seignette,
A. Dussaut, Jr.
J. J. DupCy, I Pi
Superior Old Cog.
nac, 1805, [Otar
For sale on com
J. F. ,TH
mh 12 d4t P










CLOCk. WATCHE
SMITH & BROTHERS ha
their Warehouse, No. 34
their Manufactory in the
assortment of their celeb
Bra's and Wood Eight D
CloI, ks, all warranted and
ma',ner. Sales made by who
loewesi fac
They rorifil.ntly profess
lacfur.-r in .u, ili
AI.SO-i-JEWELRY and
andt Plated, ot a very la-ge
at lhe above place for a
S LIME AND F
No.4 H.,ilic..r,unrh s
BALTI
T HE subscriber respect
and the public, that hie
street to No.4 H.tll,,,. ..o
past favors, still solicits
and now off
10,000 lbs. Corn MEAL,
10,000 Ibs. CHOP RYE
800 bushels OATS,
And MIL
Also LIME by the wagon o
any part of the city; anl I
barrels, delivered at any
est notice. Also, BRIC
PLASTER, by WI
No. 4 Hollingsworth a
Just received
60 bushels pr
26 bushels d
mh 11 eo4t
NEW SPRI
A LARGE AND DESI
E B. ESTES, Wboles'Dl
No. 187 Baltimore stre
Spring Goods, which he ta
one of the most desirable a
be hound in this or any o
pbectfully solicits the call
chants. His assortment co
A large assortment of Bri
est style, some very super
mar
American PRINTS, o
French and English
large assortment of the new
most beautiful
Plain Moos. de Laines; bl
New style Mous. dte L
Mationi LUSTRING,
Gro de Rhine LUST
Paradise
Black and blue black SIL
and narrow, s
New style fig'd SILKS,
ri
Rich and beautiful new s
BA
New style plaid Silk VES
cl
Black Fillet SHAWLS,
Rich new style Si!k
New style Fancy H
Fillet Glove
Fillet Veils ae
Rich black B
A large assortment Line
ch
Gloves and Hosie
Damask Table Cloths, Ta
Cambric Muslins. Jacone
SBook Muslins, Swi-s M
Bishops Lawns a i
Summer Cloths, Gambio
DRIL
Paper Cambrics, blac
Irish Linens, Lawns, Bi
HOLL
2 cases Germani
Burlaps and
Together with a great man
sirable GOODS, too numero
sers are respectfully invit
selves.
umh 12 3tif*
aORDAGE.-Ma"ilal and l
stantly on hand. Also Be
S&c. &c lor sale for cas
WILLIAM
No. 99 Bowls
n h 12 Azent l
HIt'I E j LsMAH--A tr-sl
& Bro. WHITE 1 F'AD, 4,
ef asso teu sizes, andof dll
Extra, Nos. 1 and 2. TIr. .
is wetranted pure,each kest
$1000 guarantee.) For sal
ces by SAA.. PTft
mh 12 between L
1 *%3 Q 11NEN SIIEElNG
period Linen Sheeting
received, which will be
pri
On hand, 5 and 6qr. Pill
superior Irish Lien, au l
prices. HAMILTO
mh 12 4t N
IL & C
0 3000 gals. best
2500 do do
2000 do Win
1000 do Paten
100 boxes S
Forsale by THOS
mh 12 P7 7B
EORGIA COTTON
40 bales prime
50 bales large size Gu
Rio C
20 bundles, 50 each,
750 plates SPELTER, &c
by
nmh 12 8t P
^SUGA 5i..Is
h10 hbdis.N.
15 do M
50 bags R
30 do Lag
39 do Ja
10 do St. Doming
WM. & GEO
mh 12 Lom
OAN'TON, CALCUT
GOO
O BOXES,5, Packa
400CRAC
14 cases Lacquere
10 bales t.lu, ; P I.I.i
Mad-j;
5 cases Bandanna
2000 Calcutta GOAT SK
sale by
mh 12 d8t P r_
WIN
Bordeaux Claret, in ca &
qualities a
Marseilles do do.
White Wine, "Haut S
Frontignan,
-AL
Chamberlin and Cha
following cele
"Bouchc
Golhe
"Eag
Just received
j. F. STR
mh 12 d4t P 45 S
BUTTONS,
THE suhscriheus.Agents
ufaclurers have on titndi
direct from the factories,
ment of BUTTONS, which w
the very lowest mannlact
ai
Scovill's rich fanc
do do do d
do Plain gilt Co
do Army, Navy,
Williston's & Hitchcock'
do do fig'd and pl
do do Bombazine
do do Brocade
English bone Stispender
American do do S
Pearl overeat. shirt ant
Patent silvered suspended
Paper coat mid vest
Horn overcoat, coat and
Iron suspenders and st(p
&;c. Src, S.c. ME
mh 12 2
I HI1iEmt lI N Oi II'
l l inir .1I ii, H Ihni..- 1 .1
on the 17th inst. at Bel


may be had on application
MANA
Satruel Moore,
Jacob G. Davies,
Hu. Jenkins,
Win. Gwyno,
Timothy Kelly,
Charles Pendergast
John Robinson,
Thomas B. Adair,
John Murphy,
Charles Soran,
mh 12 4
ic., ic.-THZ &
NOON, Friday, March l12iB
94,-shares i
S30.OO1) 40 OF
3 TO-MO
DAY,) 13th March
Tickets $10,-sha
For Prizes Apply
MUSEUM B
mh I? P P '. l.II
0*~r, I-- Itb4Zil',
S1 4 0 W ,0 Consolidatet
ryland.-class No. 7 for 1
more Md., TO-DAY, March
gory WT Co.,
t'L.I.Nl SI
1 PRIZE OF PiE.''$i
1 ., U"
1 3,00
Tickets $5,-shar
$0 000 40 PRIZESOF$1,u00
$ 0Vir-n..,
Cfor 184t1.-To be drawn at
TURDAY, March 13th, 1841 -
Managers.
GRAND SC
1 PRIZE OF 830,000
I *" 10,000O
1 5,000
Tickets $10,-harei
03-For Tickets apply to D. S.
Mianaeerq. C.rn.r r'itv t
S N IhkEI LHti('hLit.o a L
tributors to this numb
Cbsa. Lanman,J. K. .iL'J.
R NIM. Charleton.4c. I J ,
gravingof the "Irving Instit
N. Hl KI %
No. 86 Bal
Terms-$5 a year, in adv
mh12 p
CIHARLES O'MALLE
/ let vol. completed, fi
Malley, comprising 20 Noea
19 and 20, just
KNIGHT &S
mh 12 P
LUM, EPSOM S
BLUE VITRIOL, RE
CHROME YELLOW, C
SIAN BLUE No. 1, TA
LE SALTS, IVORY BLACK,
at lowest manuilacruier
CRUDE SALTPETRE
mhb eo8 1 N


STUDY OF THE H
A GENTLEMAN who has
Ihe HEBREW LANGUA
and who has been successful
years past, proposes to fo
others, to occupy about on
omitting Sundsys,for there
as maybe inclined to purs
names with Mr. D. Brunn
Book store, N. Charles st
Mrs. Scott's, Liberty store
man s
A lfew Pupils would b
The following gentlemen
the use of
Rt. Rev. Bishoi,' p iu,,.
Deluol, D. D. St. M ,.'. '
att, D. D.; Rev. J. P. K
Johns, 1). 1D.; Rev. Hen
Peck, Mr. John Prentiss,
leg4.
110 l U 'N M A. kN't_ 111I1P I ..: 1-,, .- .,I
.. % .- c iruilted as to
the i l' I IL..\ II GUIDE
ot the muscles, and in sectr
litl sanid expeditioNsH
260 Baltimore st.; Joshua
K. Dorsey,jr. ofthe Meich
Adams, Lexington st.; Dan
at Hamilton iu I)unnam's
Childs, S. Fenby & Bro. C
and a multitude ot others,
ed at the ACADEMNY, 41
N. B.-M1r. DAVISON'S s
cily; therefore, early appli
cure the benefits of
(Classes meet at all hours
dies at 3 o'clock.
'fO THE LOVERS OF
'i'HESUBS('RI
speclfully inforbm hi
public in :.:, -s .1I I
lot of ver in'' .' .
West, Esq. of Old C
fe will slaughter and offer
Centre market on Saturday
ington market on Tuesday
this opportunity of request
find prices moderate
mnh 12 d3t
C. H riIS
MPORTER AND
OF MUSICAL INSTRU
timore st. has received by
laree supply otM USIC
will be sold wholesale an
terms
___ From Dresde
E Rg ose ",ood PIA I
"'_ianufactirrebh b c bae
V- "' t'.rnst Rosekrat
t ave; thesetr
ranted to be of excellent
are the finest imported
From Paris, Rose and Sat
No 6 to 30; silvermounte
Clarionets, 12, 9, 6 keys;
Valves; Trumpets, wilh 2a
Tenor antd Bass; Tromubo
clydfes with valves; ,do wiI
21, 18, 12
From L.ondon, Kent Bugl
by the celebrated Chas.
Deems' C
From Rome, a fresh supply
thread and 4 length, they
very finest quality. Also
sortment ot German Insttnud
Military Bands can ie su
Instruments tuned by the s
noti,. ____
ORPHANS' COURT SAL
PROPER Y,-SADLERV
TOOLS, .&'-. c.-I will
ING NEXT, 16lh instl. at
st. North side, 4 doors east
Orphans' Court ol Baltimor
Property, viz -Double and sil
Ladies and Gntlemen's S
Hames; Cault Saddle.;; Tau
lot of unfinished work, &
aricl. appertaining to a S
&c.-Ter
Also-VALUABLE PROP
P. M. same day, on lhe prems
ner of .Aorthb tnca andi Wa
GROUND, with the improve
st. 34 feet, and running hac
subject to a ground rent of
niri'-n tir. .r -i-t o
hil: I 1i \, .. with a t
It: hu . 1. ,- e first .1.. .
bers, 2 go!rd gariels,, &c.
It beet materials, an ndner
ofthe late owner. The Hus
ca and 82 feet deep, the u
whole will be sold togth,
occupied as a Grocery Sor
good tenant, at $17a per ye
$200. Terms of stale as
crsh, i on a credit of 4. 6
and approved security, &c.
of Richard D. C
MATILDA M.< I .
rh )12 i
tC A `%'I 0MIb, "t0 h|uh- D
S Loan of Twenty Thousa D
lic work. The best securi
interest tto be paid semini
a;,p'y at thie Intelligence
Fayette street, basement l
mhos 12 EL
,.- I IPht l a I t '-- \
';l'h,-d ant hI.ndsomely
I-11. I -. 1. I -, USE, H
z i... i mily, having a lar
-.. .,. .. room, h&c., anm in
Fayette street, near Cov
will be given, and to a rep
will be very modern
FOWLER
mh 12 3t P
ANE'S S AIt TOoI1
witnessed thie beneficial e
the persons of several of our
not to recommend it to al
nately lost their hair. We
cute of Mr. Holnes, whchi
columnn.- Bri
CERTIFY'
Brni-tol, R. I.
Mr. Bayley--Sir:- H-..,io
through disease, losi 11- i.
and having used many art
store it without effect, I wi
mendations I saw in your
Hair Tonic. I am now hipp
tree bottles, my heuis ma
of young and healthy hai
and acquaintances Iave al
satisfaction. I, therelore,m
all who are suffering the i
by baldhess.
..T us above certificate
youig man who is as over
whose statement car be
(. L. I1
Corner Pratt street
Lower ersd o1 Centre M

OE, _No' tI K Ar.ut
SENSE teach us stro
the most natural as well a
in arresting
PULMONARY
Reason says
OBST'
is either immediately or
flammation and Catarrhal
Consumption, andrAnscess
Soreness ol the Throat, Br
Bronchitis, exciting mucou
thereby cloziging up the l
impede both respiratoin st
the blood causing ."ufif
AS t
Pleu isv, Hoarseness and
the Heart and Chest, Rup
Bleeding hIom the T'
SPlTTING
To remove this O)bstructi
alarming and dausgerous dise
duce a radical cuts, n'o
equal to JAYNE'
It stands unruvalled--It
IT, atd you will be forced t
virtues have not,nor cannorbe
far above isrnd beyond the a
it is the only reasonable,
ly truly succes.huhl method
eEses ot'the Pil


1 ,-I a.-I'.,"Y' ,,i, .u Its
1;.5 -ur.,..s si c ,,l >
1.I. .l -Pr. -c. PS t.
93-The above valuable M
G. L. DUHURS,'. corner P
whl.arf, lower end of Centr
mh 12
Coi'A14 51', lda
T HE subscribe's have thm
nership under the fi
for the purpose conduct
NESS, and have now on ha
their Lumber Yard, corner
streets on the C' agi' Fi s
sonted Lumber u ,. ir
and other purposes, all ofh
on pleasing terms.
J3 MES H
Baltimore, Mar
The Booke, azcosunt&. c
now with hirn at thie office
persons indebted will p
mhi It 4tST*
CH iONoN,1 i.rl-t'-T-I
H IIE subscribr lias tlor
I super tor Chronomuetersa
Rust, Metal Sextantts; ct
night and other TELESC
BOOt)KS, &c. &c. Nausi
paired in a su
SAM'L. B
No. 69 Pratt st. n
fe 20


GIRSOUND t
B ALTIMORE, NO. I-I
chasers, delivered in a
sale on the most
WILLIAM A.
No. 8 Light st
When it istaken from the
South Side ef the Basin, a
t> 24 2a 8
GROUND l*
T HE subscribers are now
above article in any qua
a liberal deduction will b
Mill south side of thIe ba
titles can be furni
SHEPPARD
rr.,1, .,ili -11
.- 'l'nsu -l I.' l
r is .anudaus
neh I'h..r.-nm.
Ldties' and C
Misses LeghMorne L
i the latest pr
'~ miir mI-i'm,
r variety of* FAN
\ t,.1 ,%
sold very low
51. BALTIMORE STREE
Inh 10 ee4t M
BOLTING CLOTHS
FRESH SUPPLY of
BOLTING CLOTHS, for
Millers on the most lib
MILL STONES oft
JAMES CHES
je 22 d?


CITY OF B
RESOLU
No.
Resolved b y the Mayor and Cit
William Russell be and he is
thie fram e building owned and
his lot on the wealt side of E
street,frameing n ithe gable of
top of ilie said frame house toe
5..,i.-.1., anything in Ordin
i .. the contrary notwiihstl
the City Co'mmissioners a copy
ten consent of the property hol
iit \tt\ -
President of th
ROB. H
President of the
Approved Mar
SAM. BRAD
No.
/ .. ', i 3l iyor and iy
I'll .t ......e 1 .1 of tire c t'
Ito prepare a memorial to be
Representatives from tl..,, ,t .
ryland, to procure mie IAp 1...: l a
tin of members om f thEs -,.? ,j [I
and an increase in the number
tire new wards ia proper repress
thIer to provide for any vacant
other increase in thire number o
other contingency which may
creasing the ni
Resolved, That the said mem
and the Presidents of the two
and that the same be forwarded
tile Senate and lgislatture (.f r i' *
and prompt attention to thire I.,i.. ,
1 ,1 \ Si.',
President of thu
IOB. H
President of the
Approved Mar
SAM. BRAD

e. FOR GIBRALTA
I! i. superior fatal -. I,
Landis, master; having ..-i
modations, will sail about
B. BUCK
rmh 12 3'?
ii- '11 F i It I 1 ., I
M t ; ,],-- V,,I[ .... IF |, f
perior accommodations for
only, apply to the captain
orto GRANVI
rnh 12 id?
AjW4 FOK MOBILE-Re
per fastened and copp
Z. Kirwan, rnaster; loading
half. having 2-3 of hier ca
mediate despatch. For ba
te-rnms, or passage, having
apply to
rl h 12
'O Ia I TIt 1, 1,MA % sAN .AL
'3 ,- 'ItCOLA-The new
I- l11 Ii t1 \\,. C.apt. Ale
having good accomm
THOSE. H
tmh 12
a- volt ELIZ4 Tl~ l C.
15-,; L 'O K I
lw I he schr. DI)ODGE, ws
City to-miiorrow. F
viu 12 HRL
FORt CtIARIT'ESTO
VWANKINCO. Capt. How
her cargo engaged, will be d
For balance of freight or
accomniotdatio
THOSE. WH ITI1DGE, 12 &
JOHN K. RANDALL,
mh 12
O F4) IBOSTON--Reu
& cl bria TOKEN, Love
loading, and will sail wit
passage apply to
82 Bowly
liiF.p.i by this lin
age in Btoso.i than by a
FOR BOSTON--Usn
i Line-The, tfarqte I
dtespatch. For freight or
Bowly's wharf, or to
mbs
trill 12_____
r..'p, FOR N WV.V YtO
#-V'I! fu. Day-The i
..I I I I I' I.. \T, A. Cole,
For freight of 1
ISAIAH
nmh 12 P Coin

s'ir.' ine-The line scr I
Irr; having the greater par
meet with despatch.
J. W.
ntil 12
A Troi, t'n ,t'|itl, fi L
", ;iAf, I ine-Tune regul
J. N.u 4 i, master. F
J.W.B
mh 12 P
k F"l 0!t I'ltl ; 1 i' l 1 1,-I- .,rI.
nil lLine--The line sloo
.,, i -,,os, For
JOS. H
mti t2 Corner Prat
IF EIJERICKs5
E '. ,., r Line--Thes
I \ M ii \', 'i .t. Cr ;.;;i..
port, and will sa I '-1. '
what freight mnay offer. '
rates-apply o


mh 12


GEO. W
8 Li,,ht s


ir lUCHf IOti PACK
n -First Vesseli-To-m
i.il NDA, S. H Travers.
at heI,'d Smith's wharf. Fo
or to
inh 12 Corner S w
.'I *% l0 N I t 1" I .' l
:, ,ine--The hlioe schr.
: ,. ., now loading at the
will have immediate despatc
apply to
5 Spear'
Reference-Jas. Hooper
4--,,,. -fre : BI '1 C I 11 1 1 1.IAI,-1
'; ', ij .." .... sTo s o
.i', r v i Ilk K HENRY,L.
now loading at head ofSpeari
above For freight a
JOS H
mh 12 Corner Pr
. NORI'(OLK
P. PACKET--Regular L
. -fie line schr. MISS
is now loading at Spear'
above. Fcr Ireight a
JOS. H
mh 12 Corner Pratt
NORFOLK AND I
i PACKET-HHooper's Old
wh,brl at Petersburg-T
LETT, Capt. Tyler; now li
Spear'- wharf, will have
freight apply to
5 Spear'
RepfPrpencreP-Jas. Hooper

PACKETS-New Line-
line schooner SARATOGA,
is now loading, and having
ed, will have despatch.
at O'Donnell's wharf,
mh 12 Corner Sm
V .IN 'I ) 11'r-l )- I'(r -%
A r. or Sloop, suiabt
, ,, h,,:. of Gra n, an not
when loaded. Apply
mh 12 ld6t P
-s A ANTEI)D-A good
ti.rI, .. burthen, to load
to which immediate despa
to GA
mith 12 P
FuOR A l.%%'111CL:%% I-I.I1
It .,.-, TENESSEE, Sc
S ... I. ,.I i.r freight. which
susoal low rates, and will
freight or passage apply t
to ROD
nh ii d5ts P
,,tf Baltimore and New
superior new packet sh
Gray; is now .l,.i- it Fei
desnatch, T .- T.1. ,' a l
wilh state rooms .., .i.,ii
or passage apply i'i
imhot 9
SEAL EN
T HE SUBSCRIBER cont
business of Seal Engravi
at his residence, in
CONSULAR, COURT,
OFFICE AND LE
Of every description, furni
executed in a superior s ay
br public offices in all tls
tern States, anl for several
some for thie General Gove t
confidently say that his wo
thinse who may emplnoy hin
his line will be received, il
IUCAS. Jr. Esq and Sea
aett to him fo r detivery- s
cimnrens o f his eng
ja27 ?laIoW6 n*
FRENC1I FAN
H mfFRND UER &CO woldRr
Srrspectfully inform thi
public generally, that they
receiving by the late arrive
land, their supply of the ne
styles of SPRINiG GOODS.
SILKS,new anti splendid C
satin stripe and hg'd Gro d
s.'tin stripe Gro de Berlin,
Brocade, new style fig'd Ly
new style Helencine, fig'
Swiss mode col'd at 75 cts.
g-. -... sliipe rep., santatw
plain black and blue blk G
de Naples in great v .
LAINE, new style Paris prn
de Line, very rich; satin
a splendid article tor dr a
chinuze s and la
SHAWLS, 6-4.7-4. 8-4 ant
ered nett, 8-4 and 9-4 rew
lig'dl silk very richl,embroi
mode 01bik and other desirab
minere, thibet wool andti o
French kid gloves fashion
colors, thread lace endl edg
timore street. 4 doo
N. B. They are constantly
from importers and from a
then at the
"l-Open in lme even
nmh 9CH. 4D
HUGH BALDE
X1ANUFACTURES o
IT AND RIDDLES, WO
SCREENS, &c. No. 12 Sou
chants and others dealing
their orders executed prom
and Fancy Wire Work,e n
Cases. Cellar Windows,
W I RE No. 10, 50 and 60-32
quality, for Cylinder
MACH
03-AII orders left at the
P. Balderston, Hardware
ard street, will be c
mIh 2


CONC
R. BRAHAM'S
1 CONCERT, to be given b
sembly Rooms on FRIDA
on winuch occasion he will
lin andl Mr. Hayter, who wi
it having been repaired e
PAR
Overture-(Messiah)-Mr
Recitative-Mr. Brahti
People."
Air-Ever
Song-Mrs. Franklin
Daughters
Reci!ative-Mr. Br
hath broken
Air-" Behold and see,"
Song-Mrs. Franklin,
learn,"
Recitative-Mr. Bra
leth is Heaven,"
Air, "Thou shell '.I
11\1I( 1 1
In'r...i, ::, .- i
-h-n .'.,,,t I.. is
Deeper still'.'
1. i.l, '. r t,h vow to sac
A.\-' '.
Recitative-Mrs I- .INlis.
Song-"On mi
Song--Mr. Braham Rkd
of the Den
X.,- M. F, ,..l.l;r.
\1., ,,,, l.]'s,. ,
To commence at 7L o'cl
had at the usual place.
ItLLI.Pm'V.I' V .
MINING
TlHE WILLIAMS'V
AND MINING COMP
VANIA was ,,...i, by teI..a.l
State it May, i-',,, tiir. a
Shares of fifty dollars eact
share is required to be paid a
and the balance in such ia
and Directors may deem
to hold 2500 acres ot Lan
some navigable stream for t
Coal to market. The Comp
ised, and immediately p
acres of the most valuable
County, situate in Big Lin
talus, at the head of Roush
Pinegrove in
In the spring of 1840, H,
was employed by thie Com
favourable noute for a Ha
stream. He tan a line al
Creek to its junction with
endu ot the Union Caaal C
stance of three miles and six
the Company's land, and st
t here was no obstacle winter
than tue ordinary expense
tor the use o
Ini the summer of 1840, L
gineer, located a Rail-ro
made an estimnate of the pr
hie states to be about $
The mines in this distr
which other coal mines in
not; the quality of the Coal
try, antd the quantity irnex
for iniing operations is
-Ronuish Ceek breaks thiou
Little-Lick, antd Big Lick u
sy access to a large quantity
is five or six hundred fe
Cie
A number of Coal veins h
-..io.i.i', laud, varying fr
.:,,...- Henry K. Strong, Esq
Legislature of Pennsylvani
Mountain, which is covered
from nIrtl. to south, is kino
Coal, and Big Lick, which
lands, contains nine veins.
"IRoush Creek rises nearti'
Creek, andl breaks through
Coal, Red and Sharp rou
mining caps. There is ar
on thIis Creek above water
mon]'u'.'. b i...' ',.broken
the ..-,ii '.' i' n it. ,i. di
feet thick, with five anrix
The wani oftacilitiess lor
heietnolbe considerably re
in this district, the wan st
sent thie greatest obstacle
completion of the Caunal
Grace opened artn outlet, wh
raise the means fo r compn
Road, will insure a more
the mineral resource
The lollowiing table exhib
Company can deliver Coal
oons, on Union Canal Boat
also on large Boats, should
denied to thIe size of the
determined upon and wil
OnUnion
Canal as
uwtnade e.


Mint;ig IN0 tons
per
Tolls, on 7 15.1
Ro
Freightt on 7 35-
Road, at 5 ct
Tolls, on 52miles
at 3 milps p
Tolls, on 63 rmil
T. Water Ca
Freight, 115 mil
at $S 1
Freighit, 115 miln


$64
19,
36,
34,
35,
144


$64
19,
36,
34,
35,


at 9Si8,
i ,, r
3985,9
Making an actual expense
Havre ide Grace, ot $3.34
Union Caual tshouht be en
tain, the expense wouldnt n
iing ua dilfference of. 419 ct
IThe low rate at which Co
mines cin hednhvi'red at th
duce capitalists, as well
as for a profitable one, to
stock otr the company, andb
in theirlamud t'. I
The large I t I . .. i.. .
constitutes one of the gre
ny, and will guarantee its
locality of the mineso, "in
market oh all the coal ,. I.J
have a commatnding influence
sequence oft ti e low price
er
The following able sho
tance of the several coal f
markets; and also tihir e
rating one mile of Rail roa
Canal, in the exp 'nu
5+ -

3t 3 Q W_



miles mle
Lorberry mines I
Rorshi Creek, Willia
Valley ('..wi,,,i .>
I \1.. ',. V uil-, Xi1,,,- 4 5
- '. ,.. s..,, M inets 0
Bear Valley Mines 2
Much Chunk Mines 9
Wyoming M'nSes 0.0
ross ien te lovte tatle it
bhrry and Rounh Cieek Coal
vantage over all the rest,
mar
Should the company be e
small amount of stock, to f
36 10 miles,operations ma
f-ient veins at the same t
turn out as well as is ex
be enabled to take out at l
each vein, which would exc
and as the company have t
be ahle to realiz-a psroit
000 per annum, in ailititon
!. f ,..; .' the rents pa
i ..., ,..' mine on th
land proprietora about $3r
operations extend to
Another great advautaga
Comp my, Irom the quantity
Rail Road, either by comp
tors, froinm Sharp, tedn an
which are filled with Coal,
Company's Rail Road passe
outlet to the Coal m
''The Company will also re
pr i,' t'-h r .o r.a .. ti.a
a c'i.-" in in- ,r. -t ,rI
Thre importanceof Ihis sh
the interests of'the city of
when made, it will be the m
quantity of Coil to tier market
would u.. u'' 't. in carry
dize into the inter
The Company therefore re r
tion oftrle citizens of Bal
foregoing
JOHN MARQUAR
D). W. GItos e
WILLIAM MASO
JOS. "
R. J. Fl
WM. ROOT
.1 A M ES HUTTO
WM. GIL
J\MES BU
W I:* II'
F. il I t ,. L s
0- Tihs Books ate now Open f
Stock at Beltzhoover's Flot
59, from 10 o'clock A.M. to
turdiay thie 13hli inst.
EX'TEN'',IVE SALIo
MANUIA
O N WEDNESDAY .L !.I
10 o'clock, precisely, s t*i %
and 44 North Front street.
(BdA0 0 PACKAs, ES ,i.,
-W f edr GOODS-consis
7r Pjj PIECES OF PRI
7 F4 Franklbrd Works-
variety of new style fast ceo
ed to the export a
AI,
SATINETS, KENTU'
INGS, MARINE SHI
CLOTHS, SHAWLS
AL
A variety of FOREIGN
be ready andl Goods open
morning
DAVIES, STEV
mh 1i
TO THE EDITORS
G EN'I'LEMEN:-Yester
visit a new establishmenas
basement of the European
corner of Lombard. k,
As a stranger to your cit
such a place kept so gente
ner. Most delicious oyst
steak can be got only few
ed. I was informed that e
quors were excluded, but
served in the London sty
Cider and light Wines can
ed. In fact I can say, wit
that this establishment c
the same kind in the op
mh I" 6!*
A WANTED-A Dwell
m part of the city; one ov
)! fterred. Apply at thi


AMERICAN THEA
MR. BOOTH'S LAS
On which occasion lie wil
favorite characterof Ri
THE LIBERTY
Have accepted an invitation
will attend accompanied
Band, who will perloim
and a favorite T
THIS EVENING
Will be acted, Shak
RICHAR
Or, The Battle o
RICHARD,. .........
Buckingham........
During the evening, and i
Trio-Bless me where's th
Rock. Mr. C, Hill, and
my Love, No! Miss Rock
tell me truly. Miss Rock
Song-Rose D'Amour, Mis
These trifling scenes conv
te
To conclude wi
OF AGE T
To morrow, the Tragedy
entertainments, being for
and last night o
On Monday e, -i',.,. wi
new Scenery, Ii ...-*e,,
Moving Panorama, a new n
Breakers Ahead; Or, The C
Benefit of Charles
Prices of Adinision-Boxe
First Colored Gallery 50S
ry 25
foij-Doors open at 6 o'clo
menace precisely at 7 o'
IHOLLIDAY STR

t- Doors will open at halt
will rise at half pas
Reduction of prices to th
of the public ani tiienrdst
ager haas decided upon
ADMISSION TO THE
Prices of admission ho the
FIFTH NIGH
NAIAD
Which has been produce
cence and Splendour,
in thi
The Manacer has inuli
that he has male an .,r
BURTON, for thie us'. 11..
Gorgeous Appointrnmsn, A
phies. produced by him at
phia, at an extpenriseot upw
lars. The Scenery entire
and wonderful effects, never
ed by the American Arti
extensive Mchinirv ?a..i u-n
the direct.c .iTI .i >.1
will be produced under t
enceof Mr. J
THIS EVENING
Will be presented, the new,
Romantic
THiE NAI
Or, The Mysteries
TERRIFIC COMBAT, b
and O
Fancy Dance,........
Fancy Danece,........
For particular
l0-Boxes75 cts.-Oiche
cts.-Galle
:i-Tickets and places f
1 '. the Box office fom 1
till o'clock.
t.i)>i '1O -(11 1-'s a d
from schoon-, Ch .s
.hm,NE-,, SiiJ
J11 *M-L. 0, AR O
mnh 8 P d4t
NALTIMORE AND
NOTES, bouight a
mihl !0 H. AP I i,. N
E XCtHANG1 ON L0SI
Bill tobr 420,30 v, '
mh 10 kH. & H. I. iS
ILLS OFE IXCH
in sums to suit purse
OELRICHS l
mh 10
E-XCIIANGE ON NEW
S suit purchaser
F. RODEWAL
mh 10 P
ir it I' Ct .V
.T H- .,I fL I_'
LAMBERT I
mh 10 d4tE ha
AN'IfDJ-Siihort time
W Providence,
JONES, WOO
mh 10 d4t1 9 t


BARRELSMESSFOR
4 150 do
Landing andl
JOHN G. CHAP
mh 10 eo4tif
A NTIlIAu I I'L A 0
execute orders for ever
COAL upon the best terms
W. R. ASHT
-inn 5 ost
SILKi PILUSH.-A ric
PLUSH imported direct
mnanuactory of Mles-rs. H
regularly received and off
prices by their agent.
ja 25 eod2mo P No.
DAVID IIOFFi''
IATOR, Anthony Grumble
V Course ofl .. ...l s,-,t'
tures-fobr sale at I1 1 '. -
princtipal book Ittore
ja 27 l3sn? P
IPoI'I'IV E 1 NGi V
|R. D. iLEIIU E having
it which I now occupy No Cha str
for his own use, I will pos
prices ior cash, till April e
be sold wit t he store fixt
have in contemplation to c
fe 21 d P
TO DEN
11k l STOCKTON
& t 9 UyV y assorted, j re
manulac turer,
DAILY &
tmh l10 d4t Sh
UCTIOAN NO'I'tCE-Tie
sully tender their serve
the public lor the trana
TION AND COMMISSION
licit consignments. They '
the sale ot furniture, hard
ings, books, horses and cars
out door sales of every des
tion given to thle sale of effect
and all business entrusted to
ed to with
N. Ii. A iseneral assortm
NITURE always on hand, l
and hnue.e
A liberal advance upon
for sale.
mh 4 d3w
LU d CAB1i FAi'A,
C . HIAYNES, No. 52
C wound inloirmn the ,.',
continues to manustcture I
Plain Fans of all descript
ored paper, satin, silt andI
is in great demand iun n l t
tactnrer is daily ,. aiM has
numerous orders. Merchant
would do well to call a
purchasing elsewhere. An
dence or at Mr. Olis Spear'
tended
A LSO-Htas on hand an
every variety of Fanv b-,
anti Puff Boxes, all ..I ,ilf,
or approved paper,
O M'1 VAIN, 35 S. Cla
D receiving-some per s
Liverpool,-a large and be
glish, Scotch and Irish G
traile.
VA Ili-ui,.i A AD4,Ii %-
W and hhds. and Gin inm
andi piptes. For sale
Who wants
CHECKS or DRAF
mh 10 4t _
WATCCHES, WATC
I HAVE just receivers a
gold patent Lever Watch
made by M. J. Tobias, Mol
and also Gold Anchor Lev
shtip, with a variety of Si
sold at low prices and wa
Gold and Silver Guard Ch
pins, Silv,.r Thimbles, Sp
Tea Spoons, with a variety
Persons wishing fine Wats
call on
rh9b r id3w Waterstr
DOYLE's PRATT S
Oppo ile the Bltiinuore
'T this ever lucky office
nue to besold in every
nation 29 31 68, a Prize of2,000
Lottery, class No. 1, dra
and many other prizs of l
hand in, their prizes and th
T'he following are the drha
37 41 8 16 62 64 42
THURSDAY, Alexandria
70o11. Ti 'kets $21,
S lu'll I.\ Y, Consolidat
Capital prize $18,(000. T
port
On SATURDAY, the Virg
class C, will be d
GRAND
I PRIZE OF $30,000
1 do. 10,000
1 do.
Tickets $10,-shar
na-Ticlkets and shares in t
ky numbers for sale at DOY
A liberal discount nmadeto
package. Or ers through th
prompt attention i
MIC14AEL
mh 9 No. 24
FURNITURE CHINT
l10 cases Rich London
for sale by the p
IMBRIE Sr
mh17ibr e1 _
iN'l,'UCKY TOBACCO
K Kentucky TOBACCO, just
by
Corner Exchange Pl
mh1 4t_1
AVANA UGRS &AD.1
50 boxes brown
9S b white
330 bushels T. I. SALT.
ale by
mh 11 3t7 Si
o0009 POUNDS BA
G 200 box
75 cask
150 keg
200 No
250 half b
20 barrels GLU
JOSEPH TAY
mh4 d2w P Corner of


P UBIfC
By Henry B &
No.11 GERM T
PACKAGE
ON SATURDAY MORNING,
at past 9 o'clock on th
house, we will sell bya
SAt GS I PACKAGE TI
0I 9F AND AMERI
Catalogues will be prepa
ed for examination th
Int 10 HEN
By HoXfma
NO. 6 NORI'H C
C LOTH SALE-FRIDAY
inst. at 91 o'clock, on
we will
5 PIECES SUP
2 PER CLOTH-,U
rmh 10 HO
say M. LeIem

N WEDNESDAY, 17th in
the auction stores
BAGS RIOGR
246t received chiefly p
Catalogues will be prep
be examined the da
mhl.

SN SATURDAY the 13t
o'clock, at Mr. Boyle's
the caigoofthe schr Mary
110 logs and crotches
32 curls
mhr t0, CO
B1y WiM. G.
O'DONNELL
SALES AT
N THURSDAY,18lh inst,
warehouses, O'Donnell's
barque Leda, from
/SI *l BAGS COFFEE,
4-t 4 and stron
mlot]IWIS W. G ARSN

ON FRIDAY NEXT, the 12
at their warehouses O'Donne
brigs Olivia Rubaj ust
~/ & IIHDS. POR
1 4t'. 21( dro
mh i11W __O
ByR .1. M. l
N. E. CORNER OF CHARL
N FRIDAY MORNING
inst. at 10 o'clock, we
rooms, an assortment of H
which are 2 superior Fea
Cooking Stove, with all t
perfect order; mahogany B
Carpets; Chairs; Chambe
Utensi!s.R. M. H
Will be added to
at 12 o'clock preci
MARE, wairranteds
to the saddle, anid
mh 12 R. I, H
ON SA'I'TURDAY NEXT,
1 o'clock, at the Exchang
oh stock in the Maryl
rmh9 d P R. M.
Samuei Ml. &ove
S. E. CORNER OF L
MARSH MAR
FURNITURE, BA
HARDWARE-I will
MORNIN G, 13th inst. at
variety of good Furniture,
Chairs; Bedsteads; Beds;
Andirons, a lot of Kitchen
hand Clothing; Watches
from the stage; a lot of o
&c.
BAR FI
1 superior Bar and Co
Draweis; together with a gr
ful to House and Tavern K
Any additions thankfully
perior COWS.
mb 12_____
LOVERSEED-200 bushe
pie lfrom Perry Coutnty.
for sale by
mh 8 eo4t
GARDENER WANTED
G who is a first rate hand
sober, industrious habits,
applying to GEORGE R.
more street. 10
AIUjDi.EN 5.K oVAN'I.'
I come well recommenled
given.
at Johnsto
mh 10 4t corner of
LOST on Saluruay aiterin
ed to a steel ring. Their
rewarded on leaving
mh 9 41 P _
DYSPEPSIA &B B
5HE SUBSCRIBERS h
I resh supply of the abo
be sold in lots to suit p
superior Family FLOUR
OA I'S, SHIP-sTUFF a
mh 9 d4t S JAM
trIAALINCKRODT
135 Hanover st. have recei
trom Bremen and offer on
PI ANOS of Rosewood, from
of E. Rosenbranz, of fine to
lals of tire most approve
DAGUEtL.U T
LIKENESSES taken in cl
S without the Sun,which
to the former mode. at th
Harrison street, opposite
from Harri
Ladies and Gentlemen are
amine specimens. Price o
Morrocco case, $5 50. H
10 o'clock A. M. until 4
copied, etc.
mh 3 dm*
W ANTED-A situation
Gardener. He can prod
ntials as to character and
1,..r.,%l-'a.- f the green
li1pLrin-.i Any person
address McGuire, through t
fice. h9
EMPLOYMENT WANTED
who has been a resident
years, is desirous of obtain
er in a Hotel, (no reject
be willing lo go to any par
a good accountant and posse
tant to Hotel keepers. Hi
tionable. Having been in
have no objection to employ
other respectable occupati
rich," Post Office will
mh 10
SOS'T.--A Promissory
UJ Hoffman, for the sum
more, March 8, 1839, payab
James A. McCorkle, or or
the subscriber on the 6th
dicai Cockey near the D
County. F'ayment of sai
hiuder is requested to han
Reisterstown-a suitable
mbl 9 41
JOt LOsT.-Strayed 1r
Howard street, yester
NEWFOUNDLAND DOG, bl
exception of a little wh
swers to the name of Wo
soi.I .I.',. .hi .11 receive
t i . ._he _
ATTENTION, ATT
TIONAL GUARD. Let
member ot the corps ass
EVENING, at 7 1 o'clock,
tance demands their con
mh h I A.C.SC
W,,TANTED IMMEDI
CV Cabin Fan Maoufact
tel st.-15 GIRLS acquaint


can come well
ALSO, 5 Young men of a
at the Fan Business"
ANTED.-2 Salesmen i
Salesman in a Dry Goo
er in a Commission stor
store; 2 Farm hands; 1 Ove
ler fotr a lravern; 1 Barke
colored Coachmen in private
also 3 female Cooks; 4 C
dairy latids. Apply at th
corner Baltimore and Fr
BALTIMORE TEMPER
OPENED BY
T HI E Baltimore Temper
for the reception of th
and Religion-and as su
needed in this city it is ea
be duly appreciated andt p
thropist. The house is ver
situated on the N. W. co
Paul's sts. and it is certa
as it is central and convey
nes6.
8 IME, BRICKS AN
LIME, by the wagon or
anyv part of the city-and
or barrels, delivered at
shortest notice. Also,
PLASTER, at the ma
Just received, 60 bush
by
No. 4 Hollings
mh 4 4tened t
TO MI
HE subscriber at
FACTORY, No.9 Light s
street, would respectfully
prepared as usual to execu
MILL SCREEN WIRE, suit
Cheat, Garlic and Dusting
time a large assortment of
7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, mad
suitable for anry size reel
and others to call an. ex
purchasing
mh 5 4t* P* W
SElVES. RIDDLES
ILSON BALDERSTON
W wharf, near Pralt stre
call the attention olf coun
his large and general as
DLES, WOVEN WIRE, ct
and can be had at unusual
150 dozen Meal SIEVES.
50 do do
20 do do
10 do do Ha
25 do Large size RI
Cockle, Wheat, Sand, &c
for rolling and standing S
Milk Houses, ce
P. S. A large discou
mh 5 4(0
DOMESTIC
ORD & STANDARD, N
offer to Town and Coun
sortment of DOMESTIC G
the piece or package,


PUBLIC
By clever, c
NO. 28 SOUTH C
CHINA, GLASS
On MONDAY MORNING
at 10 o'clock, at our Sale
les street, we will sell wit
purchasers,-8 open cra
QUEENS WARE, among
Ohina Tea Sets; gold band
White Stone China do; Fa
let sets, complete; Ewe
Bowls; Cups and Saucers;
canters; Tumblers; Wines
ades; Glass Dishes; Lamps
prising a general and des
cash, in Ban
WEVER, CANNON
mh 12
ON FRIDAY MORNING
at 10 o'clock, at our
Charles street, we will sel
to close a concern,a sto
ing a general assortmen
Fine Cloths; Cabsimeres do
Vesting; Bt'k and Blue BI
rinos; Shawls; Irish Linen
Bishop Lawn; Quilling; M
BI'k Silk Hdkls.; Gentle
other Silk Hdkfs; BI'K a
Table Cloths; Bureau Co
land; Calic
ALSO-GOLD LEVER
11 o'clock, precisely, we
ver Watch, independent sec
by Tobias & Co., 3 pair of
heavy Gold Guard Chain;
mh 11 WEVER,CA
By J. F. Os
No. 32. S. CH

A HORSE, CARR
ESS, SADDLE and BRI
front of our store on
at
FURNITURE.-On S
13th, at 10, we will sell
second hand furniture, em
requisite in house keeping
matter
HARDWARE-On SA
13th at 10, we will sell on
a variety of hard
Additions received, a
mh.12 P
ASHIONABLE CL
TION.-We will sel
ING 15th inst. commencing
our Warehouse an assortm
Clothing; such as frock a
Pantaloons; Silk, Satin an
entire stock of an establi
The whole will be positive
cash. The Goods will be l
turday previous
mh 0to PS J.
By J.. I
OLD TOWN AUCTION S
NER OF N. GAYY Nd
NEAT & GENTEEL
will sell on TUESDAY 1
street, between French an
neat and genteel Furniture
retiring from house keeping
windsor Chairs; stair, pa
looking Glasses; Andirons
China and Crockery; Knive
Bedsteads; Blankets; Shee
&c. with Furniture for
House is for rent, Term
mh 12 G
EE SIMPLE LOT-POS
on MONDAY, 15to at 4,
uate in French street, op
a Lot of GROUND, front
inches, runningback 136
indisputable. Terms, one
and six months,
mh I1 d
By a. s.
60 BALTIMOR
&OMEOF THE BES
TY AT AUCTION, toge
Merchand
HULL'S LANE AND
perty at auction THIS DAY
se? at 4 and 5.
THE WELL KNOWN
NOR WOLCOTT, at auctio
one on SATURDAY, Marc
tion
THE SCHOONER FAC
OM 54 TONS-about800 ba
TURDAY AFTERNOON, Ma
at Fenby's, former
ON MONDAY, March 13th,
Store a vast collection of
series, Dry Goods, Merch
tions r
AT THE EXCHANGE
March 15th, 1841, at 1, P
200 feet, 60 to 82 feet deep
paicels, See Charles Ridlg
pap
ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON
at halt past 3, that fine
feet front corner Reistert
on which is a 3 Story Bri
formerly used as a Cotto
See R. Purviance, Jinr. Es
ON TUESDAY AFFTEKN
1841, at 4, on the premises, 4 va
quit, between Monumen
one vacant LOT on York
See Ar ,,,ilirn. Esq
ON i' 1fL.-D \Y AFTER
at3, on the premise-, a f
ments, formerly W. Rusks
North side, about 37 feet e
on Pitt about 51 feet deep
unsurpassed either for he
venient fo
ON WEDNESDAY, March 17
Exchange, a FARM about
from the City on HarfordR
-Line Kiln, &ce. See Chail
the
ON SATURDAY THE 25
of Charles F. Mayer, Esq.
the premises a LOT OF (RG
Bona st. Feli's Point,nea
occupied by Mr. Sylvester
tending to Strawber
ON FRIDAY,April 2nd, 18
premises, property on Ler
&c. see Win. F. Frick,
Also, various other sale
various Trustees and iod
papers, which will be a
In darn.inp1a'.,. a very
wholesale, and retail Croc
ticulars so soon as the sa
tion) shal
Also, various other sale
clothing; boots; shoes; hat
lects
Storage for any quantity
the third story of a Ware
re
Sales at my Store on any
appraisements, valuat
Chancery, Orphans. Unde
receive my be
mh 12 4tF,S,M,Tu
ANOTHER LIBRARY
SATURDAY MORNING
at my Store, at 11 o'clock
8 vol.: British London Re
1813 to 1839; Buiks Theol
Greece; Annals of Balti
3 vols.; Humes England, 1
ca, 4 vol.; St. Revres St
Brown's Missions, 2 vol.;
the celebrated Stereotype
ton's accounts; Spectator,
Rees's Encyclodedia, 10 vo
sonian or Dr. Thompson's L
Portrait an excellent one
can Lavater, a new work w
hundreds of


Also, all the Brushes, Pain
ers, Boards, Painting ma
Paintings; Drawing Paper;
mera Obscura, all the pro
dece
At 10, preceding the abov
of Furniture; Carpets; Gl
Mechanics Tools; Hardware
&c. Addition
Sale every d
mb 11
POSITIVE SALE O
LINGS, IN HULL'
STREETS.-On FRIDA
12, 1841, commencing at
Lane Property, West side o
.f quith, on which is
T 1 DWELLING, about 14
aUs depth, or thereabouts,
family. Grou
Or WATER STREET, on
.t A two story BRICK
?1 opposite the intersecti
1il 121 eet, and depthof
property's are in an improve
thy situation and good wat
at sale.
For all kind of Real
mh 6
nHE'REMEDY lor Colds,
SIrritation ot the T
Cough, Asthma, Catarrahs,
Liver complaint, and for c
k Son's celebrate
The subscriber, general
Son, has always on hand a
dy, which he sells to agen
terms as the Proprietors.
closing him any sum, not
Bank notes, (tree of post
sent according to direction
being fresh
TURNER, 10 North st.
0:1-.The Candy is al
mh 9 o
PATENT PEN MA
The advertiser hasonly
ful article left, which fo
INSTANTLY cannot be exce
those wanting such an art
BENJ'N.
mh6 P
& FOR SALE, either in
S rent, a modern built
IWMLING,with every con
family, situated No. 41 N
site St. John's Church. T
house, most of them with f
wide entry with venitiano
back building-basement w
cian's office, undercellars
as also convenient back e
orderhaving been occupied
last four years. For
J. C
Near St. Jo
N. B.-The street is st
must necessarily increase
above will be sold barga
ptication be made.










PUBLIC S.LS

CONSTABL
B Y virtue of a writ of fi, .
.DEsq. at the suit of Wi
Joseph Passano, against
John W. Watkins, Nichol
Hooper and to me directed
Sken in execution a
i- and LOT with other
9Jsituate and fronting o
street, and beginning for
sixty leet northerly from 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, erecte
scribed, thence easterly pa
sixty feet, thence southern
foiirteeiI feet to another
William Patterson to Mary
early binding thereon sixty
ning. The said property b
ground rent o fourteen do
ly. And I hereby give n
the 31st instant at 4 o'cl
I will offer for sale at public
claim and interest at Law
said William Hooper in a
premises for cash to
LOUIS C. MUL
Baltimore, March 6
RPHANS' COURT S
an order of the Orphan
County, the subscriber, as
public sale on the premise
on TUESDAY, the sixteen
half past four 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 south
Burchnell's lot one hundred
thence running westerly a
aforesaid eighteen feet s
Gorsuch's lot, and thence ru
said Gorsuch's lot northerly
to Lexington street the pl
is subject to a yearly groun
and fifty cents, payable
paym
The improvements co
]f Brick DWELLING, in v
thelt night easily he
erection of another Dwelli
The terms of sale as pres
that one third of the purc
and the other two-thirds o
months, with interest from
with good security is req
ments. GEO. WM
ELISHA RAN
fe25
POSTPONED LA
BY virtue of an order o
undersigned, as Commiss
lic Sale, on TUESDAY, the
at the Public House of Mr
North East, in Cecil Cou
VALUABLE TRACTS OF
Maffit, late of said county,
together about 146 ACRES,
Wood and Timber.' This
vantages to men of capital
cantile business might be
while the large water power
the North East Creek, mak
and manufacturing purpose
near the village of North
one of the depots on the
phia and Baltimore, and at
ver, which is here navigabl
communication also w
It will be sold in pa
are a good two story
n a fine frame Barn, wi
House, and various other
MILL in full operation, w
manufactured, and also a
a Dwelling House, and oni
good order and repair. T
Ford, two of the undersig
side near the premises, wi
desirous of purchasing. T
The Terms of Sale, as pre
require the payment of one
ney in cash on the day of s
equal installments, payabl
interest from the day of sa
or bonds, to be approved
the ratification of the sale
on the payment of tire w
not before,; the undersig
authorised to execute a g
deeds, conveying to the pu
her or their heirs and assi
or them sold. Sale to com
THOMAS S.T
JOHN FORD,
JKTHRO JOHNSON,
NATHAN LAC
GREENBURY
North East, Cecil Co.,
mh 9

VALUABLE REA
PUBLIC
THE UNDERSIGNED
Georga, and the late Wi
a standing order of Baltim
to Insolvents,) offer for s
City of Baltimore, on S
*--- ...April next, at 12 o'clock,
rest and estate of said W
Baker, being a one undivide
the following lots, piec
For the First-All tha
in the City of Baltimore,
metes, anti bounds,courses
wit: Beginning for the sa
the intersection of the west
the south side of Lexingt
and binding on Charles stre
en feet, six inches-thenc
Fayette street ninety-five
Avenue-thence running, a
nue, north eastwardly to L
A. binding on said last
place of beginning. T
n large and commodiou
For the Second.-Allt
and premises, situate in th
Son the DWELLING
the late Richardson Stu
5 decease, stood, front
the South side of Lexingt
Lane, one hundred and their
Church street, and ex
street, twenty-five fee
aAll "OF GROUND, on w
fflBstory BRICK HOUSE
imtInon thet lot, and on t
ed by Peter Hoffman, to
For the Third.-All
G ROUND, situate in Balti
tinguished on the plat th
better known as number one
timore street, and conta
metes and bounds, course
Beginning for the same on
at the South east corner of
thence West fronting on Ba
thence North one hundred f
chibald Buchanan, thence
chibald Buchanan's lot tw
Straight line to the b
iTton this lot alar
And for the Fourth.--
OF GROUND, contained wit
lowing, viz. Beginning for
of Pratt street, at the Nor
lot, number six hundred an
and a half perches West fr
intersection of the said Sou
the West side of Howard s
Easterly binding on Pratt s
inches, thence Southerly
eighty feet, thence Wester
twenty four feet three in
by a straight line eighty le
^ '] here is erected upo
f BRICK DWELLING.
j property is in fee sim


sold, is subject to two ii,'
which will be given at
Terms of sale-one half
be paid ii six months, a
months from day of sale, o
purchaser. For the credit
ity to be approved by the
I. NEVET I' STE
S. H. TAGART,
utht
Bih 8

T TRUSTEES' SALE.-By
of the High Court of
the subscribers, as trustees
lic auction at the BaliM
the fitteenth day of Marc
M. -the following
PRODUCTIVE PRO
ALL THAT PIECE OR
on the north side of Pratt s
more, beginning tor the
from the corner of Pratt a
ning thence east fronting o
thence northerly seventy-f
twenty feet, and ifeirce so
place of beginning-breing
scribed in a deed from Ph
on, recorded among the l
County Court in Liber W.
j The improvements co
ff Brick HOUSE,known a
]10now utinder an annual
is in fee and from its eli
diately opposite the Depot
Railroad-olffers a rare in
rous of a profit
, And on the same day, at
premises, the subscribers
sale at public auction, all
Third street in said city, p
led "David's Fancy," desc
ning for the same at the
Hunt's lot, and running th
14 perches to the West s
lot, thence South 6 degre,
on the West side of said B
83 degrees, West 14 perc
thence running and r...,,.t
straight line to the .,cs t-.
lot described in a deed fro
Lyon; recorded in Liber
&c. This lot is subject to
lings current money-port
leased, the rests arising
rents he purchaser will b
original ground lent, leav
subject to a mere nominal
on the day of sale, when a
exhi
The terms of sale are : on
ney in ca-h on the day of
thereof by the Chancellor
and the remaining third in
on the credit payments from
by the bonds or notes of th
to be approved
Z. C. LEE.
B.M HEIGHT,
R. M. HA
fe 16 law3weotds


PUBLIC t
POSITIVE SALE
WARE, TOOLS, on Mon
On MONDAY MORNING 22d
we shall sell without res
ment of Stoves, Tin War
the Store-rooms, situated
of Light and Balderston str
in trade of Mr. R.Smith,w
country. We enumerate a
Cooking Stoves, of vario
boilers and fixtures complex
lin Stoves os every size
Olmstead. Cannon and oth
Stoves; Sheet iron do;
TIN & HOLLOW W .\il.
Tin Ware,made oh the best
workmen; Tin Safes &c.;
and cast Iron K
Alao,-A general assortm
able for conducting the S
ners business, viz. Screw
I pair Fairbank's patent S
mers; Files; Besps; Forges
with a set of Tools for e
especial attention of the t
ally to this sale. The ab
and ready for examination
to s
Terms-All sums under $
under $20060 days; over $
proved endo
EVER, CA
FOR RENT-The St
wilt be for rent, ant
ately after the sale.
fe 2 eotl7Mdts
F.OR S
T WO VALUABLE
SOUTH CHARI.ES STR
an order of the Orphans' C
the undersigned, Executrix
for sale on THURSDA Y, 25t
atona o'clock, at the Exc
mo
A. 1. The four slo
l No. 30 on the west si
1I= 20 feet wide and 75 f
the Lot of Ground wheieon
widthi and running back one
to an area or court 25 by
alley about 16 feet wide (..
bard street, with tihe use l
ject to the yearly rent of
the ground and improveme
and wife to t he said exec
date the 13th day of July
the land records of Balti
No. 300,
,AM The four story
nn No. 32, adjoining the
5l3 the south arid (i I i
er with the lot on which i
140 feet deep,adjoining tlih
area, with the use thereoft
rent of $250, payable hal
and improvements leased b
said executrix by indentur
of July, 1840, and recorded
foresaid in Liber T.
'The ground rents will be
day ofsale and the taxes t
the taxes tor this year 184
cha
T'ermsof sale, one fourth
the balance in three equal
months from the day of sali
,lay-the purchaser to givns
curity for the credit payme
RUTH A'
Execuntrz of
mh 8 PR R.N. H
LFOR SALE.--A beutittl
SFARM, in Harford county,
ing about 200 acres. It is
Port Deposit Bridge andt e
Grace. The Tide Water C.
abundance, and a convenin
either to Philadelphia or B
of this farm are in a high
the same quantity in wood,
improved. On the premise
6.L LING, completely fin
tmi with four looms, and a
dLUioor, and seven room
aforesaid premises, their
house, and all the necess
plete repair. There is a "i-
of choice fruit, andi in eac'
Any person inclined to pi
particular information, by a
subscriber, residi
WM. F
Churchville, Har
N.B. Payment will be madt
of the purchaser.
REAL ESTA
No. 27 SEC
VALUABLE IF
iI SALE-One two store
a1 fronting on High street
90 feet with good cellarsn
This house contains ten roo
neighbourhood, near East
it handy to business-thoe
good dwelling can be accom
mediate application-terms
a variety of City Propero
sold at reduced prices for c
FAkMS for sale, one 9 mi
quehanna Railroad, and on e
one on Reieflr,-% ii l.-I,
Acres i.. Carrol I ..,r,ie
city. We tne ,'. s t
RENTS, well secured. Tf
money on Mortgage can be
mh II BOSL
I'1,C LET
THE SUBSCRIBER wi
year, or tor a short te
ifFUL GARDEN situate in
site the Carmelite Nunnery
Henry Moore. T'I.,- '. i
RUIoTs, such as P.I i
RIES, &c. &c., besides a
mnent of SHRUBBERY andn
J comfortable DWELL
premises, situated near
I* den. To horticulturist
flowers thfp garden offers a
with. F6r te
ST. GEO. W
oc 8 P d ( eSOli
A LFOR RENT-i-ii...- t
Sfken Warehouse No. 3 N
E!UM (to which he is now .,
tablishment) will Rent the
Baltimore st. occupied b
one of the most desirable st
tensive business; the Sto
with a good two story fire
alley. T''he front Store is
and 3d stories 30 feet fro
windows in the store, an
Tenant a long lease willl
premises of fe 23 dt
JW FOR SALK--A small
about 54 Acres, .-,,.I
m.L~hood of Govants I. -ri
tivation, a healthy situati
fine water. The improve
Stables, Coach House, Ba
lull) Daily, &c., and all
a good Kitchen Garde-u. A
with an abundance
Immediate possession can
the stock. Apply at tis
AA .FOR AI.1. -1 ,.
DWELLING on the ea
iU street above ,.,r..:,
above Saratogo st.) 1 i,-
desirable in the city, arnd i
utwelling fitted up in beau
stable with six stalls, toeg
age house and other conve
one fourth cash, one fount
and 4 year
mh2 JO:

iU wishes to rent a cotno
ll ng HOUSE, witht
Woulo prefer f >-.... ,I e
street, south of Ii r.n-it m
west of Cal
Or he wnll exchange his p
more street, west of Paca
about the situation named
such exchange. Apply a
mh


GREEN SPRING t
j PROPOSALS'will be
lrice of the lallinorea P
55 iRoad Comp ny, until t
tnsimin, to rent either for
HOUSE and Ground belon
Green Spring. This pope
Baltimone on the Westmins
and has been occupied by i
season. There are about 7
to tihe establishment, a pail
By order,
mh 3 dtl5th P
ft ORa* IiSAil-, a liri
DWELLING nraly new,
i large back bulings ona
leei ieep, 2 parlors, break
bers, large dry cellais, lbao
tint hydrant and every c
minutes wa!k from Bowly'
B. an thiu office.,
f HOUSE FOR SALE-A
story Brick HOUSE, cl
i ,ii.-li-. ii, situ ted rilE
will be sold on accommod
tion to
fe 22 Im RI 1s
FOR SALE Oft R
Story BRICK DWELL!
a nLty st. second house,
sent occupied by Mrs. Wdec
given about the 3d May x
CHAS. W. K
fe 24N 7Cmee
a IFOR fARNE'T.--T-
of Ware Houe No. 199
a good Counti g Room
Di y Goods Store ol Messr
being one of the best buis
Possession given 1s
TIFFANY,
mh 9 d4t Nou
COUNTRY RE3
ED.-Wanted to rentfa
llHouse, with froinm 4 t
ted in a healthy part of thn
miles of the city. Any pe
rent, may hear of a punct
No. 4 Spear's wharf.
AI FOR RENT-Tfie-two
tl Store house on lthe nort
iBl near Sharp street, over
and Dalrymple. Possessin,
apply to MAGRUD
or to SAM'L.
noc6O dff 1L
FOR RENT-iT ile isna
ling No. 163 Baltimore
* street. Possession c
Apply at North Liberty st
toga. eo4t
I FOR RENT-A con
ftUDWELLING with a go
llI training in all ten room
a few doors south of Pratt
Fountain. Apply to
his Lumber yard, N. Hi


DESIRABLE D
SALE-No. 39 Courtlan
S the subscriber. X has
very comfortable breakfast
finished garrets in the lront,
ing lo r servants; a conven
cellar, pantries, closet, &c.
pectable; situation health
sold on a liberal credit, or
in payment. Enquire
Farmers' and M
FOR HIRE.-A NEGRO
both in-door and out-dooro
mh 10 et
tA.L 1-0)11. I.,A I Otk I
S dious anid remarkably w
S DWELLING, with a b
Pleasant near St. Paul st
a few years since, is in th
lors with marble mruntles,
chambers, with arched cella
sessing every other convene
nation of a respectable family
mhir 10
WANTED TO
SA IOOM suitable or
IT r. VL'od yard attach
ti4 n ,1.-. in a respect
located within three or tour
Charles and Fayette-street
triot office.
WANTED TO"e RNT
t ble DWELLIANG, with
on a good road, within
Address "*F. A. S." th
mh9
FOt5. REN' IsT.-Twoe
(Parlour and Chamber,)
--ci.,c i- Boarding hou
he2
.... ,, r ,h ,. I1.-. I

I'tri[NI, ,\i l.M.rl't
best anid nost.s;eedv re f
H.-un... aini-i in-. in tn-e
H-i..t . i -t -1. i,..I." I
..*lh .ri ,ii n1[ l .'v r ,., I
sumption-lthese are thie ass
pro
BALTrmorE, F.
Mr. Boaz-Sir,-Abomlt3 w
vere cold causing great paint
of blood, antd confining me
ing used oine bottle of yo n S
hound, I do positively declare
rectly, andi now it has mad
their particulars call
JAMES SCOTT,
of Fleet st. an
I have numerous other crt
by calling
For sale wholesale andt r
tween Mark.ta and Bo nd s
towardd, near the corner o
Charles Ingram's Tobaccon
and at James Jones's corner
Price 37i ets
mh 4 d6_ P JAM ES
j'i-P i 'll t'll i% ) 1., .'.
C' Candy prepared by Wi
ton street, trim a great var
als many of whiich are often
parately for the cure of c
'COMPOUND BOINESIET
mended ais an excellent arti
and affections oi the throa
Sold in Baltimore by G.
Last Baltimore and Highi
CIT' tCh;GISI )T
Baltimnnire, Mar
N COMPLIANCE winh
Mayor and City Councilt
hereby given that Hemy Ml
a plhed to thie Mayor and
to have the following pant
Baltimore opened agreeably h
leal estates of the late T
line street from Union All
Eden street from Jefliferson r
real estate of the lae a
point about one hundred
Monument street. Littl
Canal street to Baltimore s
from Bond street
mh 10 dlw J_
. iiO tf 1.'- I
pams omta-mairs of hia
l$(. well broken tIn
S saddle and single
ot vot which are h-tTh i
JOHNSTEWAR
Ncr1lh Ctalv
mh 9 d4t P Oppo
a. VIZRITIC, si reof
1.9 un se a o' a t utit-ring
I" I ;, t w o m i le s tn
mini m-,..outtheisIto h
!- on ttofI-I$oh
.... i...11 .. roi,an $ toae r oi ~ a
'obn ii.11 n tlt.-i t e l it' u rn
fe 27 2aw4w''
r M el-liP FOR A
scriber i offers a v e
tol lfr sale. She i
J old, htrots remailkabI
& ISKato harness, and is
unideirsignedt having no use
lurther.particulars enquirer
mh 10 er4t J. CAR
LIGHT FAMI
B FOR SALE-v- v
anti conveniently
ris square sthapedt in
inside ant d s on the drivers
may be used as a close or
was built by Mr. Curlett tofh
finished, with squabs ior win
oil cloth cover to body etc
used about 20 months. It has
plete repair, and will be w
harness, eo 8

T PAIGE & CO., No. 1I
T opposite the Mluseninmr
Ladies of Baltimoree that t
Nw York a splendid lo
SLIPPERIS, a very beautiful
article for Fancy Balls. Al
white and black Satin, whi
Selett morning Slippeis, a
Ladies and Misses Frenchi
Boots; Lasting and Merino Gai
a complete assortment o Ladies
work of every description,
the choicest of French mat
superior to any in the city
fully requested to call and
f.., [tL1t. t ,-i
'ITtir\ 'M -,,''in ,,:. can
of Ladiahes work by thee
STONE IV
'IIIE SUBSCRIBEtIS h
NL tend keeping a large at
very superior STONE 5'. i\ I
sale at reduced prices. (. .
would do well to call as th
ed with bot-I the
T-. have also on ha
T-,. .rS PERCOLATING
article ever invented Ion t
it cleanses it from all extr
eration renders the most tur
spring
O-Orders are delivered in
olexpense. BRO
jy 24 dtf Pitt tree
'"IECHtAN1C
VANFIELD & BROTH
ewmpatterns of "DE
CHANICAL LAMPS." T
them mo explanation of the
they have given universal sa
ly an elegant article, ani
toirer descriptions ot light
roou,'. r, ',,i: r,.,oms. c
are a- n-ii.l3 i ,--.1 min all
ris, where a steady, unifo
smoke, is
In proportion no light, th
the oil of a common Astral
otl economy alone, they .-
For sale at the corner ot It.Iti
ja
A RAIKEI
FOR SALEasmall buide
made C'LOTIItI NCG suital
nesS, also the fixtures of t
the goods now ase, thie sh
COnT PRICES,the stole is
situated ,rt the NtIhaTH


V'RT.AND LI'TT1' E WA'
improving neitiboraho(,d.. T
capital .,i II,-, io comnme
the abo -if a a l c a tee h
terms will be cash. For fu
the pr
N. B. The store can be
which is exceedingly low
fe 26 d8

tA o thie pubmhc li te i.nit.
Bujac's Academy wasonly c
dien--ladam B. begs leave
satisfaction fl,- I- i .-...
sire to perfect .. ' ,, fi .
without neglecting the Eglt
I as are attended to by these
pioportiouned in :rnluinb t to
No care, nor exprn-e nece
comfort o thie pupils is spa
school is altogether parmral
suppose, an indugineig.n-e ii.j
position, but wil l the aim
to be in future life the ciom
as the pride
To detail the course o'f stu
such info: malion parentrIs are
call at the ACADEM NY, (6T
sion House,) Ai-quit
REFEII
The Most Beverend A rchb
reluol, Rev. Dr. Wyatt, Hon.
B. C. Howard and Lady, Mrs
Aitkin, (.,i n.l ti;e hi
my,) Dr.i InIt-in, A S. S
ance, Jr. Esq., T. F, Bizo
Esq. n4t-
GENERAL I .%TI M-LI
AND Ilu [-C1 I.I I
No. 2, Fayette street, Base
Hot
ni^t ES,,i, .*,i~r ,.:,H mit
SI 1. h ,i ,'- , i I ,
tlihe above office fiO in... 1
ERAL I[NTIi I tIi. 1 \1
LETTING BUSINESS. He dn
that all transactions in h lin
dour, fairness ar
AlMichants, MlechaMnics, F
vale Families, andm all other
or the services of comeene t
can at all times procure the
this office. A register sha
Stores, Rooms, &c., which a
ed, by this means persons
little trouble or expense.
Houses, Lots, anid otht-r ag
ta. Insolvent Papers accur
notice, and other writing
patch. Satisfact
fe 19E JA__
THE SUBSCRIBER retu
past favors, and begs leave
tinues to attend to the c o
HOUSE RENTS, GROUND
out door business. Apply
Second street.
mh 10 e


AN APPEA
WASHINGTON TEMP
The unexampled success
exertions oh the WVashing
Baltimoere, the extraordin
the general interest awaken
slinence from intoxicating
apply for a charter to th
that we might enjoy all the
associations, and maintain
dignity before
One cherished object is
of suitable dimensions fo
own numerous and constant
well as lor the convenience
Literary,or Musical Associa
to occ
The ground formerly occ
near Blaltimore stir-et Bri
more appropriate l.:.,:li..'
could not b
We design to raise the mo
$10 earh, lor the particu
tne building, &c we l bhe l
tisement ot the I \..','il ,n
It is our earnest wish to
app[ihl 1nmt confidently
a1 . .,N i, ., L--.. -:r i.l a
terprise. We -Ilw all mii
modious place of' meeting,
Societie- convening at the
ly to concentrate our energy
ein
We appeal to tihe various
city, wl'o at present have
sive accommodations. The
ish, will be admirably adap
Associations. We appeal in o
talists to cnme to our aid, bel
nent of monney could not b
inends ot Public Improvemnt
textural taste, as we desig
will be anr ornament to urct
be to the canuse- of humanity
A spacious pubiu tc .i--i-
been wanted in our It b
euhly lial sorie ot our lite
cuin roomts sufficiently ca
during thie present winter, am
mous rent. We now propose
accommodation of suchinstu
that we have a lintthit to cat
mentu. We invite all wtio t
motion ofl morality, and iciee
tis I I i ,-- i !I i enter ,liz
ble -o -t i thereby
posteiily. We further cand
ot our city, tihey being so in
we have espoused-a cause
to themselves andi tli
m i K. MITCH
The BUILDING COMMIT
INGTOiN TEMPERANCE
to rep
Tht ihey have selected th
lot fortneily occupied by
Baltiumome street Bridge, it
nation in our city, andonon
fares. We propose to erect
stantial buinlcing, on the m
lor the various societies
contemplated that their main
patcious enough to seat c
olliher rootin hor 1000 to 1500
be used for a Library anridl
advisable,-also, srix soei
street, which it is calcula
toliars-in addition to thle rec
nished looms, whitchl we have
one or tnore will be occui
in the year by the various
able rent. On tthe building
TOWER, wit an ILLUMINE
andl ALARMI BELL. Your c
pinion hat the Hall, alter
stock, will leave a surplsin
which will not only enable
an eauly period, bu t give
a I.IBRARY and READING
All of which is res
1st Ward-THOM
2nd do T.
3rd do JOHiN
4th dto J
5th do ELIJ
6th ndo H
7th do THOM F
i8th do WM.
9lh do WM.
10th do I)A
llth do WM.
1th do JO
The I., a '.;-.-I., apont
Temiper.., .'- ..-. It of i
Executive Cornnittee, or the
.i r. rfa sufficiency o
,. .i ,i 1 -1 .. Ternhpetatce s
following resolutions as te
solicit aid in carrying out
t.; o i ot
i. -The stock shall be i
dollars each-one dollar ow
time ,,i :,i a te. tnt.,. a f
tot itn--i.. r- i . I la..
Second.-O)n payment of th
tferable certificates of st
name oh the Washington Te
timore, redeemable a, her pl
interestofthe nett proceeds
ed annually; reserving all
six per cent. for the purpose o
Third, All moni's received
be deposited within twenty
sore safe chartered Bank
lime to lime be designate
-hall not Ie withdrawn, o
by vote of the Conmmittee, a
unless signed by the Presid
dorsed by the Treasur
Major E. Stansbury,
David Carson,
Win Reese, K
James IMeCurley,
Christian Keener,
David E. Thiomas,
Books are now opened for
of stuck, at tlhe
is e,-ltern Mechanics
MAlessrs. Maitin, lather
s
k..,, & Joseph Bonl
1% '.. In Mitche
E. Stansbury, corner ofF
Christian Keener, No. 15
plication to either
mnh 2
` HIS I G '1 f subscribers have obtain
of Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of GEKOR
County, deceased. All pert
said estate, are hereby w
with the vouchers thereof,
before the 171tl day of Aug.u
wise by law', be excluded frln
All persons indebted to sa
make imnu-ndi
Given niner our hands,htis
PETER BAKE
CATHARINE
fe 17 las
TItIS IS TO GIVE NO
scrmber las obtained fr
Baliimore County, letters
estate onl SB ADKACH GR
menhany on the estate o
Baluimore County deceas
claims against thie said es
exhibit tme same with the v
scriber on or betbre the 29
may otherwise by law be ex
said estates. All persons i
requested to malke
Given utoer my hiand thi
JOSHUA
Administrator on Estit
And Executot on Est
he 27 laa4
f3'HIS IS TO GIVE N
A sciubere have obtaimied fo
Baltimore County, letters t
of SAMU'lt RIMAN1 latN
ed, All persons having clan
sed, are hnm'ny warned to
vouchers teierof, to the su
'I'l tiay of Auonst nexl
law, be excluded from all
per-ons inlth bted to tlie s
make imnmedi
Given under our lhalums t


HtENRYV IsIo:
I)ANI'L KALBF
fp 129-__I___"4_
FIn:.I Is 11U "iV1PNO'IE d ieSb
ha. obtained ou t
of liallitnole Cou l ety, letter
of'SAM'LI. W. WHIt-ITELOC
deceased. All persons hav
deceased are hereby warned
tfie vouchers thereof to the
171h day of August next,th
excluded from all benefit
indebtled to said estate are
ate ai
Givenurnader my hand Ihis
le 17 lawrit* JAMES
i' iiI 1'. TO GIVE NOTI
,' -, have obtau il e iIr
of Haltinore ,''ir, tv.' l o'
estate ol GE i ',' Ii" ,'' .
deceased. All p-rsons hav
deceased are ', ,w., warne
lhIe vouchers '. i, to t
ihe 31 day o1 September 18
by law be exclr.udeil ronalls
All persons indebted to sa
to make immed p
Given under our hands this
EI .IZA BTfH Ai
GEOIGE S. GIBSON
mhn2 la P
rF'lIl IS TO GIVE NOTI
i .. i-.. ha obtained i
Baltimore County, letters
estate of DAVID FOWLKIR
deceased. All persons havi
deceased are hereby warned
the vouchers thereof, to th
the25th day of \'i;.,i 18
law be excluded It-.-i, all
persons indebted to tlie sa
make immedie
Given undur my hand this
fe25 law4t* CATHAtIN
T.IIIS IS TO GIVE NO
Ssciiber hath otbtainedr
of Baltimore i I '--- i.
personal estate -.I Cinl
county, deceased. All p
against thie said deceasId,
hibit thle same, with Tihe i' ,o
scriber, on or before the t
they may otherwise, by law,
efit of said estate. All per
estate are requested to m
Given under my hand thi
thousand eight hunn
JOHN R. FO
in h5Li
S ACAHOUT DES A RA
Stricious article of diet
more especially for dyspe
Royal Academy and Profe
Medicine of Partis, and ap
distinguished Practitioner
in Paris by Langrenier. P
ply just receive
MACKENZIE
fe 22 3taw2w N. E. c


L:,'i\Ul\EER'!r'
BALTIMORg AND
P ROPOSALS are invited
cried materials to be us
the Railway Track betwee
berlin
Sawed Lumber for Urder-
54,583 sticks oi -c ,i..ie
long, clear 0 1 m1 ; -I.erin
board m
54,500 do do 3x10
Making together
Hewn Timber for
l-.c.rnn-i ,. hen fiatt wo
1 ... of0 4 inches,and
7 feet
30,200 do Ii .11- i in same
inches-width and ..,-
Cas'i 1ion for i .
52,800 Joint Chairn, weighing
52,800 Middle do do
52,800 Bottom Plates, do
Total lbs. cast ir
ilrought Iro f
105,600 Screw-bolts 7rt
diam. wt. 1 lb. each,
105,0o0 Nuts tor same,
wt. lb. each,
105,60)0 Washers, ofea
long by 2' wide, and
ness, nd weighing 9-16n
105,600 Plates ol rolle
wrdih, and 1-16 thick
pound,
844,800 Hook-headed S
7-i6 square in the sh
oz. each.
The Sawed Lumber may be
with not rn-nee than an inc
slic-I; Ires fioan large knt
kitndI.-A poirun ol the 4 i
posed lor to be lunlhedo-l
same conditions as t o qu al
nmay he at Baltimore. Geor
Cuunbeilana'i, -r anry oibiern
load, and the ioposal will
times at which t the Lum r
Propiosers to wnhoin more
jut named are tccesribl,,
p ices lr delivery at eachts;
tie Coumpiry it rtgaidI to
be accte
Tlhe uwn Timber, intend
supporit-ll, ekis, mnay be
cnesnut-onr,, or of hetlinutIn
eand sti;iii it in o,.e direct l
(tlhiverip it int thei rough s
undertlake thIe thewing o it
lie cin so word hins piopos i ce
of the sticIs m-out be suchI
dressed to he o(t itle tdimtl!
bark and iX'-kerl. It lli
Itirk i- loose, it mustin bt ie s
ry. The delivery may be m
iine, between Hlarper'a F
tie points between whiich il
rtated. T';eret are to evey
hboaidt measure of 4'X8,, ad
ling, 1056 ciosi-.lies dressed
dressed to 3 inchlies thick.
ct in It ra ho s i s in r ti'v
lbei, than will lay
''The Castings for thie chaa
ea-y patiln-tim eny Iust oIlS)0
and smoothly cast-thec cont
terns. TIe screw-bolts ast
tough iron arid mtrade with ti
lorin and size. iThe washers
wtli ltie proper section, c
passage olthIe bolt. The zi
T be hook-headed spikes to
quality aA that ot
TIhe ironJ fastninstim jistd
at Baltimore, Ilarpeis F
point of die liner of the
places-and the places and
-tated in the proposals. t
Irnck 7656i lbs. otcaslings
591 Ibs. ofiron washoers-
2247 iib. of spikes. No pr l
'he will supply 10 mi
Monthly -siuinates will be
each kind of material? so de
value a' thfi contract prices
viwng to the Company the opt
hlis in Baltimore City 6 pe
stck el orders or th- A',.., s
ing the- opti on oh r\ ,,. ,,
manner., when the delivery o
contracted Ilor shall have been c
the cor
If the inaterii ls contract
are not furnmished at the t
may dis;i ve thIe cotruIctt l
on aov whiclhI may hdVbe bte
rto ebtitmates or payments sh
of niater als deliv,-red bey
comlmcneing thedehvery ot
payments ihali be maide at
lialti0ore, tCuineirluc do,,
option of tle contractor, a
te made in Baltimore. 'IL
hitch the materials shall onhu
parts of the line wil be spe
contracts, and iparticulais
to thie underiiirned. It w
oine hall ol tle whole q oa
delivered as early as posl
istot Dlecember next. A r
supports and .i..,., wil
the Company' -.1h. i Ba
T'he proposals will be dire
scriber, either at Baltimore,
buigh--and will be receive
proximo. By order of the
BEN. IH.
Eng. Loc. a
BlhIo., Feb. 10, 1841.
MtK. A4 t(I E-tiI.n (,Airat.
dent ,a Wt F., i- .;-,--
ItOARxDING & I- V -' i
DIE
Lexington street, 5 d
3A LTI0
h 'i f A 'IUT'IONi
S . oI -.d.. thoiouo
instruction in all the bran
Ediuca
There is a Preparatory De
school, into which little g
duced pIiens. A Prospec
studies, p ices &,c. &c. m
time Principals at the scl
made to Maji)njr Gen. Winf
Dennis H. .I-h '-1, Prof .
J. IW Iuily, t; Client..t
my; li-swell Park, Prof. ol
ver'sity of Penn,; Rev. D.
Iev. Jo!)n C. oackusR, lIe
: ".i ..' n. i, h i t.
!,, .... 111 F. C
, H' *, T- ...... iF.F i
Clev. John Divis, 'iWash
Finney, RlarEord co, Md.



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P I A.' OS, PIA NOS.-Ju
imCaspar, direct frIcm
Dresden aud Leipsitof ex
not surpassed by any.
correct copy of the cele
grand Prano, of superior tr
a lot of line urit nrs, al
ternt-s. Purchasersu are nu
examine them at
J :, 19 ___ _
PIANO Po
JUS1,.IIE J
nt-,..I,.. ^ tnle Sm
'- 84 Faltir
t- "ti-t' f fnit) F
a 1 [lIhe N
U umpa'iy, which wirl be ao
r<, t


NEW MiUSIC.--Tle Srlet
compint'1d Iyt a l.ridy of
i-n ot'GeeialI Wmir. H II
home oe'r the sta.n be J. '
vi ct, by Wrinn. t i --, ,
lic. lIron- Bromn It .-. .
'l'h 'i Songs him ttlie celt
Ht llini.
mhl 10
SOMBlTHI'NG NEWV FOR
THf12 SUBSCIB h
received by lthe
j4" '') ="-2L.t -^ de Lion
dcI roruIni fiooiPis ey1ad
V some assortment
S~i t1 meritvz
Rose and Satinwood Gr
finestl I instruments which
scribers
Accordeonws with 26 keys,r
lect tone and olf suio
The subscriber lihas ike
Everhatt horm Prru'nu-.
Piano Foites, 6 ari ..- .
Itosencraprtz, Dre-tIin. 'IT
very best Instruiments forma
oIntruments will be sold wi
pleasing, terms.
no 10 N
.in i l.il -i ;t
PIANO F(lil
P .'t. --r.- C, .t
"'- "-_. i ;l '*"
hit)bleavt toinrsn
t.a oiinys I um cc re ai
I i inn ku-HAt ire c G R
Sll H\ 'hA
and VIOLINS; to purchase
second hand i lanos; and lt
made, or makes to order Pia
stools anrd tusic stands oft
piovu-d patt-r'ns. He warrns
work, andi hi charges w
He is permitted to iefer
Petri & 8N.
Orders t-.1 ..- eived at
Si, -r.] .... .r T e ,.ai n tees
no 21
GERMAN
'' __Subh- T scrE
r_-&-- WW bylut ed by latriv
ee o -tantly ke n andi
n f Geinman Pian
r none imrtri
wl, h -li.vy offer inr sale
,Ie ____ I
1 4 %11a-Ik' t,(8 %: i -I-'U -LVTP--
YVENTED MANNER O
struction in the N.' I ,vnt
Manner of WAreliri.v, a
complaints ofthe head, earn
dayf--n -t ii-t-m l',-i mai -i .l
ry, ti." i 1' unp .-I in- i
and h.'.i i , i. r, i- ,i-.,
anti the removal of wrinkle
ness fthie lace. mip.elut.i
beautiful and il.t..i n L.
to get direction and instr
miraculous manner of Was
on C. WILL & DICKEY,
for CH.G. SEIPPEL, where
bear the particulars.


DAILY SOUT
VIA THE CHFSAIEA
MOUTH AND ROANOK
.- '-_


THIE BALTIM1ORE
COMPANY announce to
boats of tieir lino h rc~
Captain Sutton;C p.el.ia,
JEWESS, Captain Holh
thorough overhaul during
complete order, therefor- i
via NORtFOIaK andIl, i
sumed on Montit hey the 15
ace( rdance v ith the following
by the Pot Office
Leave Baltimore daily
Arrive at Poitsinouth
Leave Poitsinouti, a
Arrive at Weldi',a a
Wait there until 1 o'clo
burg
Leave Weldon atl
Arrive at Wi!mingto
Leave Wihinitgton itmmedi
lesion next r inoii
It wiill Abe seen by Ithe abo
to render tne coanexion, ce
for tile Cars ot the Porto
Boad to arrive at Weldon r
whereas they :]l]brinly arr
tore a Ideentiotn should t
tween Baltireande aid n .
0'an NIN ItE HOURS, the tra
ability lavy <,vr at piny pu n
RETURNI\G, one of Ihe
Noifik every i.ight at 10
Portsti 'ulh whiinteil s wIe i
'Cars liOut WeVdon, antd der
as the pa-.enwt eits sndlt ge
tier's in a'lour 14 touis a
iouitlih. The )aIspa tIglis hi
IorIs ofa it o nt l tis rtto
tfrt as cci.d be piovidd il
the Co
Tr'vitIeis bound to Ric
lavig lItaltimore on Mona
s-elp on boaid the ftay bo
Jamines River boat tin'xt Ino
place of de-tinalion the s
P. M.
General Agent Baltimor
P'asa:e (and fatie oboa
tPasage a nld fare to Richm
P1ssai5e and lare to Not
it h lIt
Si-,- 11.1,1-i- I. ,i. f1 ;..f
AiM(lt l), FROM No. 5I
a',.f.i
BUS, (aptai
'.-r;" .?-r,.'.' .i'.E". l
ftir above plaeo)ST
.* -*... ?".. ;'- . ... .
tI., '- ', I.Vi \li \. M-
4 o'clock. For '.
I 1 %1, I : ',-
mh O10 Pll d4t No.
PASSAGE TO MtlATrl
TIER c AIDDLESLX C
,s : ,-- .'a-'..Si l
li-ar- I '-i h nf
.*m.i,,aS .',:.-. --..*' l
Sj^ ^S-p-i SA i II-I-,YE ,AIN(
at \ o .,. I. f ri ,, t
landlig, Malthews coyc
-It econveyaince to an
Passage and fare, F .
J... 'i. B :. ,
mh rb10 N i
Fet P-% 'I'UlX1N'. I I
IlA
^ .,!.H Th
TteSteam Boat EN
3 ;ar route bfor
t.O&M 'I'H URt;i IAY,
18t1, at 6 A. M. on that daynt
ery sucepeding;Thnrsday.e ill le
Stale half i t in Ile itly off
'1., i .*. *in the Patxn ei
-1 h,' fh, Soniay fol nt
"unday until fnrlther noiitr
'v., and she will stop at F
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
and fare to or Iro
Freight as
it 23
i ,i Lt 1 .1 a" ,l .. .
The Steam r
EN'', will le
.- 1 '. :'..'-'. la
itiore for ."Fait il
EVIE}RY TUESDAY MUORNI
o'cltrck, and ir-turn t hori te
fteilh itmnte!te d e i lot Fiar
%S hail on Monday, anra the
be on the wh art ;t Fair e
uneiiIan, to er:?iie itls a be
itay. It'M3
FU1fi. 2AittAPiOLISA
EAST'
'.*. .'.'.."',' .
'lie Steamott Marlan
will
.., -q -J" ___ .-". "l~'
:j,f... .- ..-i' t.in ) T
continiie to run the abovu
and FRIDAY, leaving Balt
and rn turn ftrohm tie a
DAYS and SAtIURDAYS, l
o'clock tin t
Passage to Easton and Cari
Passage to Annapoli
Passagra Iront .\nnapoiloisto
Fare-ire
N. BI. .. at
moh 6 0 i. ;
V'Oi' ALXA', : i.. A .
GEORG%-'l

:.... .- .' I i
d y , ...M d ;. ...
JL1l Morningt-, and Aillleave
Co ii0tence street whart l
I)DAV, the 1311it inst
Goods ineird' d tor shi
marked, mind delivered alonii
on Saturday.
flh 9 dtAgt P
FOUtI CHI 10,,Ti ITO
ROCK-K
"I. '' l r. a
CHS-ilAE Cati
S tRice '-r''-un'y wil.' .
route, I,.''',,,, ,,..lt 'v
Quay,) r.., i ll %Nl f-
l lthi inst., at 9 o'clock, a
T'HURSl)AY AMO!NIN. 'l
1hrst rate order, and every atre
ba giren to
SAM'L. Ml. SHOEI
rr, h_8





WIllt GOOD INTENT
Ileaveo itirtimore e".-ry ne
atfertio :rri.>val ot the 1-1.
For Wtheeling, *;* ', i
an-i '" .... .. ,. ,. ., 1 ,
andt -, 1 1 i
t ., ilt( :.. I
''I F F I1 : 1.I le
o'clock, frI thte above cities;
as thie Good Ihntit I ",e
The atove Lirs .....-.' .. .,
Ohio I-..-. -- l. o ,- lso
ville, .... ', I ouisv
lea
For r a.. .,
stion '. it Pr
sate tire Baitimore int
t-UTCHi-NStL
TI HiOS. S
A~i.CtHtS BEA-1,.
WILLIAM I. S
Sdp 21,

.+; .-.*' ;.--..
;. R 4, '. ,.',"- )
,' m'l 'i'n i' i ",
I_ I 'i O tl().-ThIe Pion


commencnld rutnningin an Op
Baltimore end WIheeling, k
Oppaositi L
Pa smn.Peis in the above
of the Baltimore and Ohio
at 7., and proceed to Frei
and Olhio Rl Roatd, and
tional Road, it s-plendid T
in as short a times
For seats and further inr
only office for the above
opposite thie Ra
Don't forget it is the
FICE isja 19 d3m Di
TIE' I lVtHtCfAN A 5 t> 1
PRILdD. WILMlING T0
RAI L ItA D


3 t -
4 i bl'OTr ,cornerof ta
DAILY, b-untlays excepted, lbrt
mlerchitindlzi ind co ii a
Goods mill ,tio hte receive
spective statit-' ot the r
accon tnit'dr l
tz- Ilt is ald ...
transportation !t r....t .. b
.; 'I I '-i ry-.ehv
h,.- r, r i-----------.... b
''iltl i, i .-,,'l w. i, 'to uris
A.CIAWFORI)
Philud. W.&B.
Baltimnore, Dec. 11 t1. 1
WARRANTED FREN
STO
COLOG E
CO('ALI
anll( ESt

/ -\,^ ., ., l .j
"/ N ''-:. *'
iENCB


*". -. -':
t AtDthey
^^*S / ,~" P.
PARIS
E SubIc i
-beglevt

ers and thepbi
7 /that Ithe aevrea
ed to ftrn te
bone articles
1" 1" o "thesh srt
s t possible notice. They
Burr BLOCKS, selected by
quarries i
Orders from any part of t
panied with satisfactory re
attnd-t
They may be seen at their
nue, near Pratt street bri
Saratoga street
ue25 e
p FAIMILY eo the highest
in one of the most pleas
wishing to increase their
unoccupied, will receive
Gentleman and Lady, of
ress F. C. D. through the


"lA I L_

AAArl tILlS ,Ail l
RO


'lI "i L. ,'\hhO."n|.. ,,I.i I
Rnow open throughout it
sindent and Diiecto
That on Saturday the 26th
a' p'clck. A. M. a tr
G'..'vi '. I,'i.-.i at A na
-.,m tI ht-. ,'.. r a and
to connect with the train
for Baltimore att
The returning train wil
pot .ti i1 ..i n i,, of t
the ....-,.i t1i ir lace
timore for Washin
At 31 o'clock a P.M.n arlthe
pot at nnapolis arid reach
in time to connect with th
tino're and Warhir)gton, a
immediately after exchange
tra
Ti e Company's Locomotive
and I 'I..- ;-.I. -r .1 E nain
and ... i ,. itr Every po
to the conjlort of passing
be taken by the Cemnpanvt
poitation and de
T'e rates for transport
foll
For the whole distance
Annapolis and Baltimor
For the whole irstnce
Annapolis and Washingto
For any shorter distance a
ter cents
Tickets may be obtained at
more and Ohio Rail Road
Washintaon, which will en
free of all olher chaigor th
polis. And in like manner
pany. in Annapolist, Irave
which will enable them t
chargee to Baltimorre or
SOMN ERVILLE PINK
de 28
6HAITI )IA sRE &t, A I )


rTi .. r I. u in-.1, it,1 i-
i. % 1 a a nd l
UIMlNlIA,-s'iartiinttioin -
of North &. .---. .
FI, IM I ii, i IWR
LUMBIA, at I o'clock, P
lumibia for Yorki I at I1 o'
Baltimuoe ail 3
By this arrangement a c
Cars, Slages, and ('anal
phia, l r,.t- nar. t.inr3b
with l.'.,i i
GOO !. ,o! ,.w . i-i.i an
this I{oad, wvill be ieceeiv
North street extended, ont
A. M. and 4 P. M. A tick
quantity, to ,nonain, and
pany the articles, and it
tnisti also be sent fo
jTy-ll is alsoit itnpeel nl
ry ins!a'ice it will tbe expet
andtl char,-ges will bef pioot
Coods, and that no drWvn k
images, if not claimed wit
livery of l
'0i-NolThiin- can be forwa
oi the road, hetweeni Yolk
fr'ni pti is pc
_.-i 5_-__ i...I'
-e^" .. ,:-. t"'iI*, .
j F i III. r i .-i, H. ,,


Ohio, and Washiinigton
JST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BAI
H.
For Eilicott's Mill
do do
Frederick,
do
Hairpel's Ferr
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mil
do **
Frederick,
ho
Harper's Ferry,
"AVASDINGTONB A C .
FROM BA
sH.
For Washington, a
do '
FOR BAL
H.
From Wa'liintgltn,
ho
Pa-seimners by thire morning
can connect t willth ilhe ts
lous,';-ilid those desti
the train mfromt Harper's F
the Relay ifouse in ample te
veling train tlor Washit
ja 5H HAB CHSE
NOTICE


I9 .1.i i,.rrL1.'_ .W.i.
- , ainti, for'the acco
als .-t .in i, f-ioward Dist
tiner notice, leave Elfico
exceplued,) at 5
im'nl 9 W. S
,' V E' it V P) (;It 1% 1AGAVAI E
hrVI.'tm Nn ltt-i 1N(lm
PHILADELPitlA, WILMI I
MORE RAIL

fit A 'k ,',.il. ct.gih
J.I U. nTATS M Ai., lea
-n t .. 'ie o'clock-tt a
v' il .' and reach-l 1"
i. I I'. in time fobr
Yoa
'The -d ,,n .tr h, netof
ny lor-i . i ,' .i-',i! cc
ease and facility ol travel
will be c
SIi... -b hel o
**'*Packhaes intended for
be left previous
de 23 RiS d
W IN 'i's-I A E{
GRI'AT '01''othrfi l:
MAII. LINt-, DAI
~i3" i ,* 'LY LINE C fl i
--I.. 'I-. -.l
A *tur/I*' Is^ 2ff Im'*

rmjl. .1 i...i.i.na- I 0i
.3. inlormed that by '"ali
for Washington at 4, P. M
in toi., -. i. I. 'i ., h ,
don, aunt '" i t-1..1.. t
'in-'h-u-a l 'btitie tri.i the
i. tn i ,'cu )i, I i d
ol any other Line,- it, I-'.i
bound by thre Ponst. t* .
los ig quick
Leave Phiadelp
reach Balnimore, 2 P. M.
Leave Baltimor
reach Wasitngton 6 P. M
Leave Washing
reach Fredericrksburmg,12
Leave Frederic
reach Richmond, 5 P.M.
Leave BRichmon
reach Petersbnrg, 7 P. M
Leave ;',' i at
reach irr ,.. r.. I A. M.
Leave Weidloi
reach Wihniumton I P. M
Leave Wil'mint
reach Charleston next da
6t0 Ml mies,i
As this Line carries t
cannot t. '-I t .1 i ,Id u
ROAD) LI ,'i., ii i be p


'Iraveller, unless in some a
is sure of a connection ti
dent thet Foge, Rough We' a
ten occasion delay in a r
of which is by th hBay,--he
jected to Sea-Sickness,a
risk, trom boats being urge
to compete with the
lIOU'/
Tie above Line will be
CERTAIN and EXPEDITIl
tractive-as it passes ii..
menc and in sighit s- M,
and ul ....... t. -. i;.-:t -i
burg, in-. i., ,t .r ,,I i, 1..
1 1 IS ALSO C(li--A i-.l
AS CHEAt1 AS TinE BA
D)OA; antd Travellers have il
their B
This is also much the
cheaper : route, and the
interior ofn Virginiar, N
at Petersburg, Virgminia
way oflRaleigi, N. C.-14
Petersburg to that city.
the Raleigh Rail Roail to
Milton, I)anville, &c.-
Thi'isithe ONLY ID
and Pet
-P .. ... u. f. r i i-
,\ Ijirr., f rI I
n. u- t'-ni it.nr.- r ,.,..r,
apply at the office oT
Ad; ,;,-u-i the 1 [,.i i i, I
i- dttB l

N I i ICE.-Thie Co-Partn
ing under the firm
is this day diss,.Ived by m
indebted to the late firm n
John Watchman; and all per
them, will please call on
alone anthorised to
JOHN WA
Bal'o. 24thFeb., 1
Tr HE subscriber respect
A and t Ie public that ti
ment ot thIe l.te lirm of
prepared to receive and ex
any extent. He takes this
;. I' 1' acknowledgementto
,* wr i lae firm viilh ihe
them, that every effort si
a continuance of
fe 23 d6thlawnio
EW STYLE SPRING GO
i ceived, superior assorted
1,1 q ''- -.,i- ior plain a
iIl I i W [ superior r Eng
Pih I I ; hr and he
HDKFIS; ,:tC.-iL-Q, sup
Hdkls; 39 r-h 3i., -irn Bl
vy plaid rich colored Gamb
SILKS and SATINS; fan
CASSIMERES. .with a gen
pie and Fancy Goods s
BEALE H. IH
165 hallimo
fe 24 m 3
04-DOMESTIC GOODS,