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AMERICAN


& COMM RACIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
o. 2 SOUTH GAT 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 ine city-all new advertisements appear in both
papers.
C LOVIERSEED-50 bush. Penna. Seed, for sale
mh 23 yG. R. VICKERS & CO.
W lllK .Ly--l'eiiue Whiskey, in hblds., lor
Smha3 sale by G. R. VICKERS & CO.
A NTHRACIrE COAL-For grades, furniaces
stovesa and lii. bul,.i-i For sale by
mh 23 TH'i- SYM1NGTON.
B LOOM IRON--Z00 tons warranted Blooms, lor
sale by J. M. SLAUGHTER,
mh 23 Bowly's wharf.
LOVERSEED of prime 4-, hil). for sale by
C1,i'K & HERR,
mh 23 8 Spear's wharf.
COT'ION-10uu balesoa prime Upland COTTON,
for sale by JAMES 1. FISHER,
mb 23 d4t P No. 7 Spear's wharf.
ORN MEAL.-10,000 pounds kiln dried CORN
MEAL, received this day and lor sale by *
mh 23 LOWRY & GILL.
LASTER-i50 tons Blue PLASTER, cargo
P schr Eliza, for sale by
mnlt..1 J Hll-IN I'. IAP M -. ~ ...tl\'-, 'if.
R UM-au bb_..-ti N I- l-I-_' iii- .,I -i--~
JAMES I. FISH ER,
mh 23 .'It P N-. 7 |. .-. i..tif
i T ( rA G L ini.' gt 'o ii r, i hI.. l1. hrn -n ,,-u N .. ,
SIBowly's wharf. Apply to
mh23 WM. A. MOALE.
1O BOXES OF BOWN SUGAR,
10 forsale by JAS. I. FISHER,
mBh 23 d4t P No. 7 Spear's wharf.
LOVERSEl;iD.-60 bushels CLOVERSEED,
C fi.e (tum rippl-, el ..,pL-ri.,,; q.imt --I. sale by
mnih .3 A.G i;i. (. i 1,I r.,nklin at.
Hi AI I 1PAG N t -'-- h.,"-kri-i i_ la,,i,],sgr. tl\
celebrated dart brand, will be sold very low to
close a consignment. W M. A. MOALE,
mh 23 No. 95 Bowly's whnrf.
ARPET CHAIN, CAN DLEWICK and
COTTON TWIST of superior q.i.,lil. I~.. sale
by W WM. A. :il % I:,
mh 23 No.15 Bowly's wharf.
OJj {K S--i .' ,,.. 'ai. Mi '-..i -l..t -'-. r- ...... r5-,,(-'S
and Cawer's Hay and M .nuite-', h)lls.'. i.' sale
by A R Hli'KNEI;,
mh 23 -. I' lr riiM, st.
AI fi VFL-jIt-i-., i._.l. -up-itnr i tMl..
atWhai Family FLOUR. on hand and for sale by
BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
mh 23 No. t9 Pratt st.
APANNED ]IN WARE-50 casks, com-
pris;ing a full assortment of Japanned WA RE,-
for salt. y A. R. BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German st.
A. NI LLA ANItuHEMP CORDAGE, .on-
altantih, un hand of all sizes, anid for sale by
WM. GUNNISON,
mob 23 No. 99 Bowly's wharf.
IG IRON-50 tons Foundry arid Forge PIGS,
P first quality-For sale by
G, B, WILSON & CO.Chas st.
mbh 23 eo61? P Opposite Rail Road Depot.
ICH ChIINE & GLACE SILK SHAWLS
--in store rind for sale by
WILLIAMSON k HENRY,
mhi 23 12 S. Charles st.-
SHOV 1 -'L.'-i-.L., ,lut. h L. -Ir, ,m nr'.iil. I-
socket SHOVELS, steel and iron, for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German street.
SP ADXS-100 doz. Rowlands, D)urall's &. G ad-
son's steel and common SPADES, for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 2'4 20 German street.
10 BBLS. NO. 1 LARD, rendered in Freder-
ick county, on hand and for sale by
BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
mh 23 69 Pratt st.
iEiAS4-Yourig Hyson and Gunpowiler I'EAS,
S in chests, half chests and boxes, part of extra
fine quality. For sale by B. G. ETTING,
Smh 13 d 36 South Gay st.
2 5 BUS. PRIME CLOVERSEED,just
Received, and for sale by
BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
mh 23 No. 69 Pratt st.
S 11k H1DS VIRGINIA LEAF TOBAC-
SCO, lfor sale by
NORMAN & COURTNEY,
mh 23 P 49 S. Gay st.
-- BALES FILLINt, No. 20 to 22, just re-
Sceived and for sale by
E. F. BRADY, Corner of Baltimore and
mh 23 d Hanover sts.
S. IBA RIULS PRIME SUGAR HOUSE
SMOLASSES, tor sale by
HYATT & STUMP,
mh 23 58 South St.
1 5 (,^BOXES RIIAI. A M,.IA I a--
** handsomely put up in glassa. it,.....)
cases; just received per brig Johu R .1 I 1. i,,.n,
Havmina ,,-ilr -il- ht i. H1 \ %hi}l-n
P-|1 || LB a-n. L.-.'r.J,1t
00fy0 ,-, intel and 1t.., -,lt1 by
G. ( "'. hi) l SON,
Smhb 23 67 South Calvert st.
/O tf ~ LBS. IST MIDI)LINGS, in bags
409-0) of 100 lbs. eacti, for sale by
BAUGHMAN & HAUSE,
mh 23 No. 69 Pratt st.
Ui; 'b F11F-% TON ES:*- -..".1-- I ..>.il 11
Creek. Indian Po I. .1 .r,,fi.t ih. and Woonsock-
et No, 1, 2, 3and 4 aL V 'H EI' I 'NES, for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German st.
B RITTANIA WARE.-100 pcirkages Britlan-
ia Tea and Coffee PO 1S; LAMPS; Tumbleias;
Spittoons; Castors &c.-For sale by
A R BICKNER,
mhob 23 20 German street.
ALT AFLOAT-2300 bushels I.IVERIO()I,
I SALT, cargo of schr, Druscillat, expected to ar-
rive ina few days. For sale by
JAMES FERGUSSON,
mh23 3t No. 3 Commerce street.
W HI'li', 1-'Aiu'IlLI FLIJt.UIC- .t u t
supply of very superior white FAMILY
FLOUR-For sale by
G. B. WILSON & CO. Chas. st.
mh 23 eo6t? P opposite e Rail Road Depot.
fhTT.lt BES SA l.'i'-l,, i ...i. .... I .. i ,,i
tI lots to suit purchasers. Apply to Mr. Espy, at
Donnell's wha rf; Fell's Point; or to
()ELRICHS & LURMAN,
mh 23 South t'harlefst.
1m *jejk0 RM~1 oP ri LAGUJAY^
J.~fURA n'irFLL
200 La Guayra HIDES, cargo schr. E. Dorsey,
just arrived from La Guayra, and tor sale by
mh22 P WM. HOWELL& SON.
lOik9i PIbECS Super antI Extra Wool Black
.W and In. Green CLOTHS, of Brown's lin-
lAh-just received and for sale by
GEORGE & YATES,
,mh 22 dilOt No. 12 German st.
BRAZIL SUGAR,-s
200 barrels Pernambuco White SUGAR,
I00 bags do do do.-For sale
by EDWIN ROBINSON,
mh 17 P 12 Commerce st.
L IME, LIM.E, LIME.-An agency lor the sale
A of Lime is established at No. 22 Ctmeapside. Or-
ders will be filled Irom the Glen Ellen and Cool
Spring, York Road Kilns,at the shortest notice.
au 20 CSP HENRY N. WILLIS. Agent.
U MBRELLAS AND PARASOLS-Just
received a general assortment of UMBRELLAS
& PARASOLS, suitable for Hie country trade.
LEWIS M. WARNER&CO.
mh 2 No. 185 Baltimore sI. (up stairs,
F RESH MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
-S -431 boes of fresh Manufactured TOBACCO,
consisting oflbs. 5's, 12's, 16's, u. '., irult. .,d qr. lb.
rolls, received per recent arrival. iiiih inr 'at' by
NORMAN & COURTNEY,
mh23 P 49 S Gay st.
B ACON, PORK, &c,-
40,00 lbs. Western BACON SIDES
150 bbls. Mess and Prime PORK
250 do Mess No. 1 and Prime BEEF


900 kegs LARD
50 do BUTTER. For sale by
mb 23 CLARK & KELLOGG.
HIAVANA AND PRINCIPE SEGARS.-
.. 80,000 Regalias, Camones, Imperials, Damas,
and a general asortment of the choicest brands of
Havaii -, L. \'-,11
12,000 very superior Principes. Received direct
from Havana and for sale on accommodating teis I
by ELDER, GELSTON & CO.
mh 23 d4t. P No. IO N. Eutaw st.
W HITE LEAD-A fresh supply of Wetherill
8 Bro. WHITE I.I:AD. :r.-.uin.l in oil, in kegs
of assorted sizes, and of .1t1. ..4- i ii,... viz. Pure,
Extra, Nos. 1 and 2. TI.- ';. i,....,, i %. white Lead
is warranted pure,each keg stamped (warranted pure,
$1000 guarantee.) For sale at manufacturer's pri-
ces by SAM. POULTNEY, Lombard st.
mhi 12 between Light & Charles ste.
THOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BALTI MORE STREET,
Havelust received per Powhattan, from Liverpool,
1 ,SJ PACKAGES HARDWARE-con-
s listing in part of HOES, Trace CHAINS,
Foster's & Elwell's SPADES, Griffin's & Waldron's
SCYrHES. uRodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an, -xli'n're assortment of Shelf Goods, which
They offer lor iale on their usual accommodating terms
1e5 d
ACON.-A further supply ot Frederick County
Cured BACON.
90,000 lbs. Bright Middlings BACON,
25,000 do Shoulders do.
25,000 do HAMI, smalLsize.
As this is the last opportunity that can be obtained
to procure this excellent quality ot BACON, which
has heretofore given so much satisfaction, and as it
is nearly all in that Iam to receive this season, those
who want to purchase, would find it to their interest
to give me a call before it is all sold. In store and for
saleby WILLIAM ALLEN,
mh 15 No. 123 N. Howard street, near Franklin.
N EW IO0RK & BAL'I'IOiItE IIotSC;
N 150 bales at. Jago TOBACCO, a part wrappers
and very fine quality
50 bales Havana
60,000 PRINCIPLE SEGARS
25,000 Regalia SEGA RS
50,000 Large and small size HAVANA SEGARS
50,O)o CItiBA SEGARS
800,00) SPANISH --,o of different brands
1,o000,(o HALFSP %NISH do
100,000 COM MON do
Superior Pound Lump TOBACCO, of vari.
oune brands-For sale by ANDREW SMITH,
270 Baltimore street, opposite
Bmh 19 tw6w Globe Inn.


S PEILTER, 1ANCA TIN,, &c.
4(0 plate SPELTER
50 pigs best Banca TI 'q
I keg Speller SOLDER, for sale by
PRATT & KEITH,
mh23 Nos. 27 and 29 Suih Charles st.
P RIrCtPEAND HAVANA SEGARS.-
58 m Principe SEGARS, imported in the ship
Eliza Ann in Sept. 1867, in whole and halt boxes.
3000 Havana do. imported in 18-19, for sale very
low to close a consignment by
WM. A. MORALE,
_mb 23 No.95 Bowly's whiarf.
|i ,AND% .& -\.cle.. 1 .Lire ,1% \NI)DV, 4ih
proot, in pipes and ball pipes
Otard B-,d.Il i iii.,.- 1838, in half pipes
White b. \ N D\ In Indian barrels
Holland GIN, Strawberry brand
Champnagne WINE, various brands, for sale on
liberal teims, by J. M. SLAUGHTER,
mhi 23 Bowly's whf.
RUSSIA GOODS-
HEAVY RAVENS DUCK
DIAPERS
WHITE SHEETINGS
MATS,&c. Forsaleby
PEABODY, RIGGS & CO.
mhI 23 2w 7 German st.
H ADDEiR & GIN.--
12 casks crop and Ombro MADDER,
20 pipes Holland GIN, Fox brand of superior
ti'ii .und excellent flavor, in store and for sale on
lt ,.,nuliri- leins by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
mh 22 14t 81 South Charles ast.
DIA PER TABLE CLOTHS--
64X 64I
*-4 X 7:41 WATSON'S MAKE
8-4 XlO0-4 )
Just received and for sale by
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
mh 13 12 S. Charles st.
ikREl D PEACHES, BACON, &c,.-
.l- 40 casks, 5 bush, ,arh. O'hio Dried PEACHES
10,000 lbs. Western li \s IN
10 bbls. Roll BUTTER
30 kegs No. 2 and 3 do.
50 bushels Dried APPLES, for sale on pleas-
ing terms, by
HAILMAN, BURBRIDGE & CO.
mh 23 No. 283 Baltimore st.
ACON, CLOVERSEED &r WHISKEY-
10,000 pounds prime assorted BACO's
10,000 do do Sides do
3,000 do do Joles tdo
70 bushels CLOVERSEED, (clear of ripple)
30 barrels pure Old Monongahela WHI-
KEY-Just received and for sale by
JAMES BROWN,
mh 22 108 N. Howaid st.
V't Il I3LE1 S -'1-I I.-S' subscribers have on hand
and offer for sale r.i,- .,. 1.t,>-- i .r 6,- terms
7 boxes 1 3 pint IL iull. l-.i hni-a.y
40 do 1-2 do do do
35 do 1-2 do do do light
5 do 1 dIo do do heavy
5 do i do do do taper shape
BRAUNS & FOCKE,
mh 13 No. 1901 Baltimore st.
B ASKETS, I{~If.'% hl' -1 -
Just received
I case Fancy Reticule BASKETS
2 do tio Travelling do
1 do do Work. Fruit and Knife do
1 ito iTo OilCloth do-For sale by
JOSEPH BOURY, Importer of French,
English & German Fancy Goods & Toys,
mh 19 12w No. 164 Baliummue st.

ture-
18 qr. casks Old andl extra quality London Par-
39 sixths a ticular TEN ERIFFE.
90 qr. casks London Particular Teneriffe
14 qr. casks London Market
12 eights 5 TENERIFFE.
50 qr. casks of Cargo do. For ssle by
mal00 P J. I.. M. SMITH. 21 S.uthli st.
OCK WINES--
S100 cases 1 doz. each, Vin du Rhine, Niersteiner
100 do I doz. do Hochhiieimner
100 do I doz. do Marcobutiner
1001) do 1 doz. do Johannisberg
20 do I doz. dto Du Chateau Jo-
hannisburg-AII of my own importation and part su-
perior quality, flor sale by J. L. M. SMITH,
mh I P 21 South st.
SENTUCKY TOB icutO -. h' d, di-.,r
k Wrapper Leaf
BACON-20,000 prime assorted
CLOVEBSEED-50 bushels
I. fii urn.il No. 1
N.- I ,,i,' d I-.,.- BEEF
Western BUTTER, &c. For sale by
JOHN SULLIVAN & SON.
mh 20 ri4t 20 Light street wharf,
J11i.0i'El- P 4.1-), DRIElU iPLA.i'iLS,
C BACON, LARD, &c.-
40 bushels of CLOVERSEED,
5o do. DRIED PEACHES,
I i i-N. Hams and Shoulders,
I \% ,,R,.ut BUTTER, in bbls. and kegs,
Family and Bakers FLOUR, &c.
For sale by PETER ZELL,
mhl 20 4t No. 120 North Howardst
HAMPAGNE IBRANDY, over 30 years old,
C COGNAC do. 1805,
OTARD do.
Pure PEACH do.
Superior OLD SPIRITS;
High flavored JAMAICA do;
Old Highland SCOTCH WHISKEY, and
MONONGAHELA do.
Constantly on hand and for sale by
G. M. HUTTON,
mh 19 24 Balto. at.
BALI I -IORE FINE AND FANCY SOAP
MANUFACTORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Holliday and North.
1 1RANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
hand and for sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in lb & "lb lumps
',hippinr.' ;ri Retailing SOAP, also,
I-F.ic I l'kP, of every description.
oc dtI lf
1~ Jhc 1DOZ. assorted Cordial, suerenor to any
J W imported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, assd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kemmel
5 do Wine Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
1OMP'OSITION NAILS, &c.-
65 casks Composition '",in.,iirtg NAILS
40 rolls SHEET LEAD
150 pig- LEAD
200 square pies Dutch Gov. Banca TIN
500 bundles B. int. and Annealed WKIE
40 boxes 1 Er..', PIPE, from a to 4 inch
80 rolls SHEET BRASS, assorted Nos.
10 sets Tanner's TOOLS
50 casks IM.....i-,.i,,'-' to ,t .ualitySheet ZINC
In store and for '-hIe b, Bhuil i\ N & WILSON,
moh -32: No 52 S. Frederick st.
DRUGS.
5Q00 LBS. BLUE VITRIOL
3o00 lbs. Powd. MANGANESE
1300 Eng. Refined BORAX
400 Crude do
530 ROSE PINK
100t) Dry VERDIGRIS
8 cases GUM SHELLAC.
For sale by R.J. BAKER,
N. E. corner of Howard and Fayette sts.
fe24 dtt2aw4w
DY E WOODS,
S00 BARRELS CHIP'D & GROUND
LOGWOOD
3(10 barrels do ito FUSTIC
100 Ground CAMWOOD
lot NICARAGUA
80 SAUNDERS
76 " HACHE
110 ." LIMA WOOD
For sale by R.J. BAKER,
N. E. corner oh Howard and Fayette ats.
fe 24 d6t2aw8w
SiiEPPARDI& MARTIN,
NO. 4 LIGHT STREET WHARF,


FFER FOR SALE,the following articles-in
lots to suit-
CORN, white and yellow Family and Superfine
Do on the Cob Flour of the best brands,
OATS, screened ;" l-V I. IR
CORN MEAL, X Hi I I hi-. -\ ,
CHOP and RYE, I.,.-k E,, 1L'1..\',
MILL FEED of all kinds'.
Orders tfor BRICK, LIME and Ground PLASTER
in barrels or bags, promptly attended to, and deliver-
ed in any part of the city free of expense.
mh 17 2aw3w
V-ICTORIA QUILTS-Just received a Lot of
white Summer QUILTS, 11,12, 13, & 14-4 of
an extra quality; also Marseilles and Imperial Quilts;
with a large assortment of Furniture. dimities and
Rich Furniture Calicoes;fine 5.4 and 6.4 Linen Sheet-
ings, suitable for Bolster and pillow cases; with a
large lot of Irish Linens,which we are enabled to sell
very cheap. JOSHUA ROYSTON,
No. 57 Balto. ast. 1 door above Tripolett's
mh 23 P alley.


S ALT-10 thousand bushels Liverpool Ground
Alum SALT, deliverable on the Point from store
and for sale by P. STUART, Hillen street.
mh 18
^ lII I ",t,.ci in, i Ia',- ,i h i,,,m ,ir,l toe desirous
A of closing sales of a few bales of Bridport Sail
Twine; also about 10or 20 hales of Herring Twine.
mh 18 P JOS. TODHUNTER &'CO.
JOS. 'I'ODHUNTERd& CO. No. 10 German
street, have just received per tie Barque Phila-
delphia at this port from Liverpool a handsome as-
sortment of Linen Drills aud Hurricane Muslins of
the newest and most fashionable styles, mh 18 P
-OUR GLASS GIN-The subscriber sole
S Agent for this superior flavored (GIN, has lately
received per different arrivals from Holland a superior
lot of fiftlly pipes which is offered on reasonable terms.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
mho 10 No. 9 Commerce street.
(' mORG I. FLOO- ING-BOARDS.-The
S cargo ofschr. Anti, from Darien, arrived this day
about 40,000 teet It inches thick and 6 inches wide,
lor sale by WM. GUNNISON,
Commission Merchant,
mh 23 99 Bowly's wharf.
* INEN CAIMBRIC HDKFS.-Just received
A from auction, a large assortment of Linen Cam-
bric Hdkfs, some large size for gentlemen, plain and
cof'd. borders, also Linen Cambrics and Long Lawn.
JOSHUA ROYSTON, No. 57 Balto. st,
mhm23 P 1 door above Tripolet's alley.
mILN 1.lI FE WINES-
S325 qr. casks Cargo
200 do London Particular
Of direct importation; in sore anid for sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
mh 23 14t 31 S. Charles st.


Bleached and Unbleached SHEETINGS and SII1R-
TINGS, interiorto none in the market, all ot which
will be sold at prices that cannot tail to please.
mh 13 ____
WIVM, &. GFO. McLEAN,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
LOMBARD NEAR LIGHT STREET.
AVEON HAND AND OFFER FOR
SALEon .l. ..--.. terms, to the trade-
Young Hyson I LA, ii, chests,t half cheats and boxes,
Imperial do do do
Gunpowder do do do
Black do do do do
Cassia, in mats and cases
-AL.SO-
From the manufactory of Messrs. C. J. Fell k Broth-
er Philadelphia.
CHOCOLA'T'E, of all kinds
Ground SP'ICES, ie kegs, such as
GINGER. i'l.ll&. -c.
MUSTARD, C*. -i.... PEPPER
FLOUR of RICE.
-ALSO-
PEPPER, in bags
CLOVES, in bales
NUTMEGS, MACE.
Expected dally an invoice of
SUGAR HOUSE MOIASSES,in hhdls. (re-
pre-ented to be of superior quality.)
Merchants wishing any of lthe above goods, will do
well to give us a call.
mh 18 WM..&GEO. McLEAN.

H MEETEER oilers for sale at Warehouse No.
36 South Chat les street-
PRINTING PAPER, 19 x24
Do 20 x24'
Do 211 x28
Do 22_ x 32!
)Do 24 x28,
Do 24 x31
Do 24 x 36
Do 27' x 37'
D)o 28 x38
Do 23 x272
Do 23 x25j
Do 24 x 38
Comprising a good assortment from course to super-
fine, all ol wnich are now offered for sale low to close
lots. ja 16 eo
C. KRETZER& CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN SILK
GOODS, No. 127- Baltimore street-Recommend
their large assortment of new style CHINE,as well as
a variety of other SILKS, ihich they have received
by the latest arrivals from France, as being of the
richest and most fashionable kind. They are willing
to sell them wholesale and retail at reasonable prices.
md15 *


SILK PLUSH.-A rich assortment of SILK
PLUSH imported direct from the well known
manufactory of Messrs. II.h iri-i.a. & &de Greiff, is
regularly received and oil, r. l ..r .ale at the lowest
pieces by their agent. E. KAUPE,
ja25 eod2mo P No.57 Beaver st.. N. Y.
L ACKSMITH'S BELLOWS--Smitti Betl-
!0 !ow8, suitable for Farmers Blacksmiths & man-
ufactories, (warranted equal to any made in the U.
States) for sale very low for cash, apply to
JOS. K. STAPLETON,
mb 8 P No. 258 Balto. st. near Howard st.
B RUSHES, &c.-A full supply of BRUSHES,
suitable for town or country trade, of superior
quality at reduced prices, wholesale and retail.
Country merchants and others are invited to call
and examine the assortment at No. 258 Baltimore st.,
near Howardst. JOS. K.STAPLETON,
mih 8 P Manufacturer.
RUGS, D STUFFS &c.-
10 cases Crude CAMPHOR
6 do Bengal INDIGO
18 seroons Caracas INDIGO
40 cases LIQUORICE PASTE
White Jamaica GINGER
SODA ASH
10 cases ManillaINDIGO
In store and for sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
mb22 dSt P No. 55 Smith's wif.
SACE GOODS- We are just receiving and ol-
iler fot sale
Plaint BOBINETS and QUILLINGS
Wire Ground N'TTS
Figured BOBINETS
Patent Spot do
Lisle LACE EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
Wire Ground LACES and EDGINGS
Do do QUILLINGS
Lace VEIL, SHAWLS and SCARFS.
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
mh 20 12 Sonlh Charles st.
^HAWLS AND FANCY GO ,IS, ot all
descriptions, such as sup. Chin eSILK from 7
to 25 dollars; Thibet, Cashmere, Brocha, plaid SILK,
and a great variety of SHAWLS, Scarfs, and Hdkfa.
worked COLLARS. Threa.e Laces, Edgings and In-
sertings, French LAWNS, from 31 to 62 cents a yd,
Chintzes, Calicces, Mouselin de Laines, Bombazines
&c., tond a large and well selected assortment of
GOODS, ofevery description, which will be sold at
the lowest prices, by GEO. J. KENNAR D,
mh 17 125 Baltimore st. above Calvert.
FIGURED SILKS, &c.
E havejuit received from Auction, beautiful
assortment of light colored and blue bl'k fig'd
SILKS, of a very superior quality. Also, beautiful
new style MOUSLIN l)E LAINES, all wool, with
0 l]d-,!? -isortment of very rich new style C(HINTZ
I'l I \ 1 ', and superior Earlaton GINGHAMS-to
which we respectfully invite the attention of the la-
dies.
N. B. Also, superfine Blue Black BOMBAZINES,
of beautiful shades.
DORSEY & NELSON,
13 Baltimore street,
mh20 1w 3d door West of Market Space.
BACON. LARD & BUTTER.
4;$ O OOf LBS. OF ASSORTED BA-
CON, part of choice cure and su-
perior quality
15,00 l'bs. Prime hea'w SIDES
12,000 do MAIDDLINGS &SHOULDERS
950 HAMS,handsomely cut, and of small sizes
300 kegs No. 1 LARD
10 barrels FRESH ROLL BUTrER
45 kegs dairy-packed GLIADES do
225 dto WESTERN do
In store and for sale on pleasing terms, by
ROBERT GARRETT & SONS,
mh 20 32 N. Howard at.
AMBIRICS,JACONETS AN ) LINENS.
-We are this day receiving and offer sale
Fine and super 5.4 and 6-4 Cambric MUSLINS
do do Jaconet Muslins
do do CHECKS tdo
do do SATIN STRIPE do
6-4 BOOK MUSLINS
6-4 CAMBRIC DIMITY
Super Drab Genoa Cords
Fine and super IRISH LINENS
Barnsley SHEETINGS
Browma DRILLINGS
While do
CLOTHS, Wool Bl'k Invisble Green, Blue, Brown,
&c.
CASSIMERES-Black and Fancy-Imitation
Cambric Hdkf. &c' &c.
WILLIAMSON & HENRY,
mh 20 12 South Charles st.
TO COUNTRY mERCHANTS.
OTTON YARN-
40,000 Ibs. Yarn No. 5 to 12 Manchester Fac-
2i,0o0 do do do 14 to 20 tory.
15,000 do do do 5 to 12. Wilmington, Del.
1,000 dto do do 14 to 20 (aware:
2,000 lbs WRAPPING THREAD
20 bales Cotton BATTING
5,000 lbs Fancy Carpet CHAINS
1,000 Ibs While do
2,000 Ibs BlIeached Coverlet YARN
1,000 lbs Unbleached do
1,000 Ibs Seine Twine No. 4 & 5
Satinet i% ,I. on Beams
Fancy I'-.-t1; and other Carpeting.
The above named Goods are now in store, merchants
will tdo well to call previous to purchasing, as every
article will be sold at the very lowest manufacturer's
prices. E. F. BRAI)V,
corner of Balltmore and Hanover streets,
mh 23 d Up Stairs.
TIPE SUBSCRIBER has received per Phila-
Sdelphia and other late arrivals from Liverpool,
the following named GOODS, which he oflfrs for sale
on liberal terms,viz:
G AM BROONS, of various styles and qualities
GRECIAN CORDS
White LINEN DRILLS; bleached do
New style andi printed tdo
Natural cold. yarn andil fancy do
COTTON DOESKINS
27 inch imperial Crape SUMMER CLOTHS
27 inch CAMBLETEENS
Black and white check arid striped GINGHIAMS
32 inch buff and blue CAM BRAVS
6-4 Cambric MUSLINS
6-4 hurricane check spot, &c. MUSLINS
7-8 Manchester London PRINTS, a great variety of
styles, some very mich iiid costly
7-8 black and white PRINTS
9-8 black and white PRINTED LAWNS
9-8 fancy and col'd ground do. patent finish and war-
ranted fast colors
7-8 super FANCY LAWNS
MOUSLINE DE LAINES, a large assortment
Do do Dresses and Scarls do
Ladies Black and China Silk HOSE
do Black do do
New style Silk HANDKF'S
London quality and worsted Linen BINDINGS
London printed Quillings and WELTINGS
Assorted Coloured MOLESKINS
White SATTEENS
Paper CAMBRIC(K
Victoria Quilted SKIRTS
Furniture DIM ITIES; 4-4 IRISH LINENS
Imitation Russia SHEETINGS
26 inch heavy Brown SACKING, &c.
D. McILV AIN
mh 22 P 38 S. Charles at.
FRESIh SPRING DRY GOOtIS.
EDWARD J. RICHARDSON. No. 39, Cor-
ner Baltimore and Gay Streets, has rec'd. from
the latest i,,,]...].1,lt,..-. a desirable selection of
SPRING (.,nil ifsh he will sell at the lowest
market prices, c..,,., .ii of-
Rich Black ...i.. hi. Black Satin TURE
])o Blue Black GRO DE SWISS
Do Striped and Plaid GRODE PARIS
Do Blue Black GRO DE NAPLES
Do POULTUDESOE
Do Silk SHAWLS, (I, r=. ,;ui.)
Splendid fancy col'd. fill i 'l.l NE DE LAINS
Embroidered and Plain do do
New style British arid American PRINTS
Rich figured BOMBAZINES
Paris KID GLOVES, (light colours)
Rich Silk CHINTZ, (a new article)
4-4 anrd 6 4 Cambric and Jaconet M USLINS
Cross Barr, Striped, and Fig'd. Swiss do
Bishop's LAWN and Linen CAMBRICS
Plain and Hemstitched CambJic HDKFS.
Gentlemen's Twilled Silk Pocket HDKFS.
Victoria ROBES, Marseilles patterns
Ladies White and Black SILK HOSE
Gentlemen's do do
Super Black and Blue Black BOMBAZINES
4-4Ilston GINGH I- M m.u fine
EMINETTS, l'hl I.\ lI 1'\ -, WELLINGTON
CORDS, and SATTEENS. with ai assortment ot


sold on pleasing temis lor cash, or to punctual deal-
ers, rob .. h8 d.tf
ERNEST A. IIENNIGS & CO.
NO. 2251 BALTIMORE STREET,
n AVE RECEIVED by late arrivals, and offer
hor sale on liberal terms-
FANCY DRY GOODS.
I case blk and blue blk Velvet RIBBONS
1 do Taffeta do
1 (ro Hat Bindings and GALLOONS
I do Scarlet Cashmere and do. BORDERING
4 do Cotton FRINGES
2 do dto Cotton CANVASS
2 do Worsted BINDINGS, assorted colors
I dto 8-4 Merino SHAWLS
3 ho Linen TAPES
1 do Striped Cotton do.
1 do Ass'd. Boot CORDS
2 do do Valencia VESTINGS
10 cartoons Thread Laces, Eintags and Inserlings.
GERMAN HARDWARE.
3 casks COFFEE MILLS, ass'd. Nos.
2 do German LOCKS
1 do (ito LATCHES
1 do BRACES
3 do. German and Lancaster LAMPS
2 do Halter andt Dog CHAINS
2 boxes Curtain Poles, Ornaments and RINGS
I do K ri,nmn: rins and Fish HOOKS
2 tdo '" I'"'l's_ on Cards
1 do COMPASSES.
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
10 cases Willow BASKETS
5 do Kid and Jointed DOLLS
2 do ACCORDIONS
2 do Violins, Flutes and FIFES
1 do TIME PIECES
20 do TOYS, a complete assortment
3 do Looking Glasses, (to.
1 do German Smoking PIPES
8 casks MARBLES, all sizes.
Together with a complete assortment of Shell and
Ivory, Hornand Iron1 l'..,... I'.,cket Boks, Segar
Cases, Perfumery, Pins. -'-.in.--, Work, Toilet and
Shaving Boxes, Snuffboxes, Crayons and Pencils,
Canes and Whips, Drums, Port Folios, Games, Guns,
Children's Knives and Forks, Wax and Night Ta-
pers, Razor Strops, Violin Strings, Chessmen, Che-
quer Boards, Hair B-ashes-and many other articles
too numerous to enumerate.
Country Merchants and others are invited to exa-
mine for themselves, as the above will be sold at
prices as low as in any of the Eastern markets.
mh 11i
SKINNRRS-(PEN MAKERS TO THEIR
MAJESTIES)-A quantity of STEEL PENS,
of watch spring temper, at present on hand, warranted
very superior by the above makers.
BENJ, DAFFIN,
mh 19 P No.1 Holliday at.


S1EORGE & YATES, No. 12 German st. ofler
hor sale by the Package-
AMERICAN GOODS.
American PRINTS-3-4 low priced PLATES; 3 and
colored ar-Id bitt rI-llINI\ ; some very choice
styles 4-4' IIIN I I'.S .i!.l PLATES, from the
Franklin Works.
Brown -II-'E I .'lN"- lad,. d :,rmd llham MILLS
Do 11 1 h II \'s. hI. i,. -HIRTINGS
Bleachti Il'. -, ,u I-HI.-I1 I Ni,-; a superior article
Marine.' -Hlh I INI I,,l 1 Blue DRILLS
NANKEENS-ol Shove k Co's. manufacture
4-4 extra fine TICKINGS. 1I a,,.l 4.-4 plaid linsevi
7-5 Scarlet Fl. \' N 'El I I I r..i.'Apron I- K
Wool Black, fil,-mih Ii,[:.n ,i'.'AD CLOTHS.
RIPK,'"* PAN I .\i.4, '.'. -TUFFS.
Penna. JEANS I Log Cabin MIXTURES
Const'n. TWILLS Printed JEANS
Rouen CASSIMERES Cottonades and PLAIDS
Bath CORDS Blue DRILLS
Victoria rdo do Pittsburg CORDS
De Joinville o I Drab do
Printed DRILLS I Striped GAMBROONS
White & Blue Stormants do COBURGS
Schuylkill STRIPES Fancy PLAIDS, &c. &c.
BRITISH GOODS.
Chintz, light and dark, and black and white PRINTS
7-8 and 9-8 printed LAWNS and JACONETS
Black at .1 ,whlif. I AWNS. Seersucker GINGHAMS
Printed M II 'I- IN lIE LANES
Super fa'..-I,, G \ MB1 K 'iNS, Cotton do andDRILLS
Printed WEIHINGS and QUIILTINGS; Valencias
3-4 Genoa CORDS; Madrass and Verona HDKFS.
Jones'6-4 CAMBRICS and JACONETS and fancy
MIUSLINS
Cambric and Furniture DIMITY; Victoria ROBES
Patent THREADS;Green Shoe THREAD
Raworth and Mitchell's '... I COTTON
Im. German and Victoria I IN",
Wool Black, Black, Blue, Green and Brown CLOTH
Blue, Wool andt piece Black,and fancy CASSIMERE
Single milled, %.,.u, ir1 tiack do
I iENfCii GOODS.
Col'd, SATINS; Rich Fillet SCARFS; Belt Ribbons
Linen Cambric HDKFS., plain and hemstitched
Satin GLOVES. --'N'.t N I,1 ,-k Emub'd. Silk MITTS
3-4 and 7-8 Bla( i1 MtL[i.-. I affeta CRAVATS
Printed M. de Ju..-.... \ 0%, LS;6-4 Damaskdo
30 inch Malteoni LUSTRING; POULT DE SOlE
Crape LISSE; new style Broche MUSLINS
MOUSELINE DE LAINE, ,i ,--i. > l and plain
Heavy Black SATINS, VEIVt Is and Silk VEST-
INGS
Mode SILK, "Ulloa," Rich Chine and Crape Chine
SIHAWLS
Emb'd. Cashmnere POINTS, Silk Lining and Tassels
Rich fig'd. Silk SHAWLS; Lyons VELVETS.
mhb 16 dlIOt
IUST RECEIVED-AT NO. 157 BALTI-
SMORE STREET-
Rich newslyte Damask Gro Ide NapSHAWLS
Do do Black Fillet or Mohair Net do
Embroidered Crape, Thibet and Cashmere do
Paris Kid andt Fillet Net GLOVES and MITTS
Embroidered and Plain Silk HOSIERY
Embroidered, Printed Border, and Hemstitched Linen
Cambric HI)KFS.
Paris Embroidered COLLARS, BANDS, EDGINGS
and INSENTINGS
English Thread LACES and EDGINGS
Plain and Fig'd. Swiss, Mull and Jaconet MUSLIN
French and British LAWNS and CHINTZES,Spning
styles
Plair. ir,, i'f an;.-, and Figured MOUSELINE DE
I. MNIN-.
White and Coloured SATTEENS, Brown LINENS
Super Cambric ,rnil Furniture SKIRTS
Imperial QUILTS, Victaria, PRINTS
GAMBROO)NS, DRIILINGS and VESTINGS
Black Lace, Net and Barege V EIL.S
Table COVERS, Damask DIAPERS, NANKEENS
ALSO-A ', riih. t .-U'i'i of new s I -I i. mr- .I.l.-. ,t
and Chine il hlI: i, '....-i -olendid qit.\, ni Ii.ll.r-
ence Braid lu I-I ,I. -', ,-.I juite new patterns, for La-
dies and Misses. Also English Double Patent Briaid
and Split Straw, of unequalled finene-s, Coloured
BONNETS, HOODS, Leghorn F,ATS and HATS,
The above Goods, in addition to lourmer Stock, ren-
ders the assortment unusually extensive and com-
plete, and offers advantages to Town and Country
Wholesale and retail cnitnmers. not to hp surpassed.
T11M',l \"1 A ill'l 'N'.,,
157 Baltimore at. between Light and Chartles.
mh'22
FtEkH SPRING URY GOODS.
191 BALTIMORESTREET-IN PART,
W OOL BLACK, BI --.... I M-.ll- Cloths
Plsaig and Fri., -- I l.,l '
SATINET'f, hI. NIl CKY JEANS
GAMIBROONS, Ribbons, Stockings, and fancy
Linen DRILLS-- large variety ol plain and
tifancy
Bro. LINENS, 4 4,3-4 and 7 8 DOWLAS
Summiner CLOTHS,plain and twilled
PRIN 'S, Americani and imported new styles
MOUSLIN DE LAINE
Printed Lawns antl MUSLIN. rich and new
Black and].avender and Mourning PRINTS
LUSTRING-Black Italian
GRO) DE NAPS- Fie'd striped and plain
PANTALOON STUFFS, ot every variety
IRISH LINENS-4-4 various qualities
5 4, 10-4 i: I1 ltrn.i, % HEETING
Brown H11.t l- .'ri -n li .,' do
3 4 and 6-4 ied PA DI)DING
Canvas Padding, WJGANS
4-4Sildusits9 andcol'd ( \k IltI I' I
Cambric MUSLINS.1i,,n.t ,,.1-in, ped Jaconets
Swiss Tamboured MUbI,-N, some very sup.
asortedt
V EI.V "'t'- .. I. s ,ia i Tu bby
Buttons.. i ti n... "r'i ndt-ers, PINS
Sewin, '1 I in....i ....I Ball COTTON
Patent I, .. 1, rlt.h. .n-, HOSIERY
Lacets, IHldkIts, CRAVATS, &c. &c. &c.
Together with an assortment of DOMESTIC COT-
TON GOODS, such as-
3-4,7 8,4 5 and 5-4 Brown & Bleached SHIR-
TINGS & SHlIETING, OSNABURGS,
DUCK, DRILLINGS,&c.&c. all of which
with many others, are offeredi dn the most accommo-
na--.id n- tirms to cash or punctualcustomners.
Tn- Ii o% and Counlity trade are respectfully invited
to call and examine our stock.
EDWARD PITTMAN & CO.
mih5 idlww3w
-..NEW SPRING G 0lil,;.
r1HOMAS CAMPER, Ao. 1351 Baltimore St.,
.jin. .-t received and is now opening a complete
un: ,,.in- .i SPRING GOODS, selected in the N.
York and Baltimore markets from the most recent im-
portations, consisting in part of-
Rich Silk, Cashmere, Thibet and other new style
SHAWLS
Fancy HDKFS. and SCARFS
Worked CAPES and COLLARS
New style printed MOUSELINE DE LANES
Plain and Embroidered do do
Black and Blue B lck do do
5-4 Blue Black and Colored SILKS
Matteoni LUSTRINGS and LU'-TRINGS
Black and Blue Black GRO DE SWISS
Figured and Plain SERGES
Lyons Silk VELVETS
Best quality SEWINGS and TWIST
Plain at, i Ir,. mr.1 POULT DE SOlE
Pink, hin, .....l. i l ,,.- GRO I)E NAPS
SATINS, MODES and FLORENCES
Pink,Blue autd White CRAPES & Crape LESSE
Black and Blue Black do
French CHINTZES and CALICOES
Plain Black and Colored GINGHAM
Piper CAMBBI''. all colours
(..,inhnr.,., J ,n.'i-th Mull, Swiss and Book MUS-
LINS
New style Striped and Plaid MUSLINS
Cambric and Furniture DIMITY
Plain i. "- r:.,,..I BOBBIN IrYCTS
Irish I I N t.'s ,I superior bleach and fabric
5-4, 6-4 and 12-4 Barnsley and Irish SHEETING
Bird Eye, Huckaback and Russia DIAPERS
Table Diapers and Damask CLOTHS
Damask Table NAPKINS
Linen CAMBRICS andt HDKFS.
Hem'ut, Emb'd. and colored Bordered HDKFS.
Rivea and Lace do do
Bandanna and Flag do
Spittlefield and Pongee do
Superior Merseilles QUILTS
Blue, Black, Invisible Green and other CLOTHS
Thibet CLOTHS and 1)rap (1'1<:TE
Fancy CASSIMERES aset TWEEDS
Plain and Fancy DrILLINGS
Silk and Marseilles VESTINGS
GLOVES of all descriptions
HOSIERY, general -,ilr.in-. nr
Black Lace VEILS, l.liI.lN,,,, Laces, Thutrs,
&c., Swiss and Cambric EDGINGS and IN-
SERTINGS.
With i ..-..- .1 .,.rsortment of~tllITINS.,SHEE-
TINGS, I-I tIlt- CHECKS, IlI NI,'. OSNA-
BURGS, BURLAPS, &c.&c. All ot which will lie


211000 gallons Winter Whale Ol1, bleached
100 boxes Prime -CHEESE
800 loaves Refined SUGA R, Nos. 1, 2 and 3
35 boxes TOBACCO,some of superior quali-
ty
30 boxes Sperm, Mould and Dipt CANDLES
25 boxes SOAP
20 bbls. Poland STARCH
20,0o Havana CIGARS
50 bbls. Old Rye WHISKEY
20 bbls. superior Old Rye. i v ears old
40 bbls. Sweet Malap ,t INE
20 bbls. low priced Lisbon dto.
20 bbls Philadelphia Domestic BRANDY
3 pipes Holand GIN
6 half pipes A. Seignette BRANDY
4 qr. casks do do
50o bbls. N, E. RUM
25 bbls. Apple BRANDY
10 qr. casks superior Oldi Port WINE
MAIDEIRA, SHERRY and other WINES
With.,r sIn. l- t.:,,. inh in the GROCERY line-
all of Als i'-:i ill .,t t iI i -w to the cim tn-i -'.untry
trade by WILLIAM I: H[-; N I T,
No. 80 Prattst. between South st. and
mh 4 dl wif Cheapside.
"STRAW BONNET WAREIROOMIS,
No. 185 Baltimore st., up stairs.
UST RECEIVED a large and general assort-
ment of STRAW I)\,NE.T-', HATS, CAPS,
&c. suitable for the Country Trade, among which
which may be found the following desirable kinds-
Super Florence Braid fi.i'N N I.5
Fine do do do
Medium and Common do
English do
Devon Braid do
Eleven dto do
Seven do do
Coloured Cypress do
Do Willow do
Do Tissue do
Palm Leaf do
Palnm Leaf HOODS
Tissue do
Willow do
Palm Leaf and Leghorn HATS, UMBRELLAS,
Parasols, RIBBONS, Artificial FLOWERS. &c.
LEWIS M. WARNER &CO.
mhb 2 4t Wholesale [Pealrs.
'tHOMAS W. SEAKS & CO.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MER-
CHANTS,
No. 8 CENTRAL WHARF, BOSTON.
Thos. W. Sears. Henry Robins.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Re
fer to Garland & Elwell, Baltimore.
oc2L P eo6m


T HE UNDERSIGNED referring this adver-
tisements in the American and the Sun under
the head of Miraculous Oriental Manner of Lavation
for the strengthening and improvement of the health
anid beauty, now begs leave to acquaint the Public,
lie will commence the instruction be promised, on
the 19th of April, 1841. The most esteemed subscri-
bers will please to call at his office, Baltimore street,
between Pine and Pearl streets, on the premises of
Mr. Harges, manufacturer of Pianos, 2d story-La-
dies, Mondays, from 8 o'clock A M. till 5 o'clock
P. M.; and Gentlemen at the same hours on Thurs-
day. Ladies attended by a Lady, and Gentlemen by
the undersigned himself. Ladies please to apply on
TUESDAY and Gentlemen on Friday, for further
particulars. i
The undersigned abstaining from any further vaunt-
ing his mode of cure, proved by experience of many
years and made use of, by the most qualified physi-
cians of Greece andl Germany, feels convinced the
good effect of it will be the best recommendation of his
cure, in a very short space of time, and only adding
the continual use of this new manner of washing will
remove forever toothache. He begs to conclude with
the following motto:
"The idle fancies of preconception Time will des-
troy; while shie will sanction the decisions of nature.
Hand in hand with nature there is no possibility of
being misled, and reason ought to be our guardian
through life-Infailibility is predominant in nature,
and nothing else but she preserves and prolongs the
life of mankind." C. G. SEIPPEL,
Naturalist, Baltimore st. between Pine and
Pearl sts. at the residence oa Mr.
mh 22 eol4t S Hartze, Piano maker.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
W W. LITTELL & CO. are now receiving
S O*from auction and othersources theirSPRING
GOODS, to which we invite the Ladies to call and
see belbe- Iu,.'l,.nrr, as they will be sold unusually
cheap, a- ill lin.t riiur assortment very complete.
W. W. LITTELL & CO.
mh 15 51 Baltimore at.
NEW STYLE SPRING SHAWLS.
OB'T. MuELDOWNEY & CO. havejust
received from New York, a small lot of very
handsome SPRING SHA WLS. They are quite ditf.
ferent tromt any we have had this season-thIe Ladies
are respectfully requested to call and see them at 97
Ballot. st. between Somith and Calvert sts. mhb 15
IRISH LIN 1 '.tS. ,&.< -We have just received
a large -.-m-II rui h.irl.i.s sq fine, extra and super
soft finish Irish LINEN, which we are enabled to
sell by the piece or yard very cheap; 7, 8 and 10-4
Russia Table DIAPER; fine 8-4 damask ditto, with
8 and 10-4 brown Damask CLOTHS; 10.4 Barnsley
SHEETING at 621 cts. per yard, a superior article
for the price; heavy Russia DRILLINGS; 3 and 4-4
brown French LINENS, some of an extra fine quali-
ty, with a good assortment of brown HOLLANDS;
New York, Boot Mill amid Amasa Mason Long
CLOTHS, with a good assortment of bleached and
brown MUSLINS.
N. B. Also, 200 dozen more of those fine Linen
Cambric HDKFS., which we have been running off
at 168, 25, 31. and 37' cts.
DORSEY & NELSON,
No. 1) Baltimore st. 3d door West of Market Space.
mhi 15 d2w CS
A i.t 1'l1N B1i1tG11INS--.-ipi ,- i .i%%-Il
and figured MOUSELIN DE LAINE, rich co-
lors and patterns, for the low price of'37! pr. yard,
the cheapest goods of the kind offered this season.
ALSO.--Superior 10-1 Barnsley SHEETING, very
low, and handsome Spring PRINTS, tast colours,
for 122 cts, perlyard. Forsale by
EDW. J. RICHARDSON,
mh 19 No.39 corner Baltimore & Gay st.
S 11 Ml I LK (CLi, I Ifl-4. 1. A S .%IE111R LSAA IID
VESTINGS.
R OBERT HILl. & CO. No. 73 Baltimore st.,
have justreceived from auction, superior Crape
faced and plain summer t 'b.i t I"I ID. iltr, ,.in-hr,
Vestingi, London Tweed.' '-in-i.,-r _n- \' 1 ,'il I Ebl'-.',
andt Prince Alberts. Also some superior wool dyed
black Cloths and Cassimeres, plain and fancy Cassi-
meres.
ALSO-100 pieces Barklie's soft finsihed Irish Li-
nens,which they can sell at 20 per ceunt. less than for-
mer prices Those in want will do well to call soon
as bargains may be expected.
ROBERT HILL & CO.
mh 22 No. 73 Baltimore st
LINEN DRILLINGS, IRISH LINEN, &c.
UST RECEIVED from Auction and other
sources-
Super and common brown Linen DRILLINGS
urno do 3-4 & 4-4 Brown LINENS
do 4-4 yellow and self coloured do
Linen BURLAPS, Nos. 1, 2 and 3
Barklie's soft finish Irish LINENS, from31 cte, to $1
Superior 12-4 Barnsley SHEETINGS, very cheap
Marseilles VESTINGS and American NANKEENS
Brown and Bleached Linen Table CLOTHS
Rich Mouseline de Laines and English CHINTZ
Ladies rich Plaid Silk HDKFS; Super VictoriaRobes
White Jaconet and Cambric MUSLINS.
With many other desirable articles-all of which
will be sold either Wholesale or Retail, at very redu-
Fed prices. BEALE H. RICHARDSON,
Yo. 165 Baltimore st.
mnh 22 R 3 doors below Charles st.
~T K It 1-11 .DY1 --I"-
LL that is now wanting in our community is to
A give just encouragement to our domestic man-
ufactures; particularly when we can be served with a
better article, at a less price than can be furnished of
foreign manufactures, as the subscriber is enabled to
ofur in tihe article ot Carpteting of his own manufac-
ture at the "CALVERTON CARPET WARE-
ROOMS," 2 0 Baltinore street, (up stairs,) where
may be had on the most pleasing terms, a large assort-
ment of Ingrains of the latest styles and new pattern,
ii, it.- -\|. -1i for the city retail trade. The above
....-.1, .. i-.d-i-.' at extremely low prices, either at
wholesale or retail. Country merchants, keepers of
public houses and all others who are in want of really
a good article in the above way, cannot fail to be
pleased with quality and prices, by callingas above.
fe 27 S. FARRINGTON.
BON N ETS.
S & B. ATWOOD, MANUFACTURERS
S OF STRAW GOODS,have taken rooms over
E. B. Estes and will keep a complete and desirable
assortment ot the Latest and Improved Styles. Will
he received weekly hom their Factory in Mass.,
fresh supplies, making their stock decidedly the best
in the city.
ALSO.-Palm Leaf Hats and Hoods, Boots, Shoes,
&c. &c. S. & B. ATWOOD,
in h 15 d3mos 187 Baltimore st.
FRESH SPRIING DRY GOODS.
EALE H, RICHARDSON, No. 165 Balti-
more street, is daily receiving from Auction and
other sources, new supplies ot RICH SPRING
GOODS, which, with his well selected stock on hand,
he offers at reduced prices.
-ON HAND-
Auction CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, ofall colours
qualities and prices
Single-milled Doe Skin Cassimeres, Fancy do
Superior London TWEEDS, plain and striped
Plain and ril'd Rneliusi GA MBROONS
Silk and satmn Vt.> I I N'.,"; bik Bombazines
Super fancy col'dt plain Mouseline de Lains
Supen f._'.l ''HALLYS and do
Rich L6, gm in CHINTZ, new style
Rich do do Furmnture PRINTS
It cases American Prints, all prices
Plain and fig'd Silks and Satins
Super bloe black Gro de Rhine and Gro de Paris
real black Italian LUSTRINGS
Linen Cambric Hdkfs, plain and hem-stiched
Gentlemens' silk Handkls. and Italian Cravats
Linens and Linen I imllin,-, brown and bleached
Barklie's solt linistI hi'l'lH LINENS
Cotton and Silk VELVETS; American Nankeen
SUMMER CLOrHS; Brown Hollands, &c.
RUSSIA SHEETINGS; Tickings; Burlaps, &c.
Spsool Cotton; Threads; Pins; Tapes and Buttons
SEWING SILK; BALL TWIST, &c.
Sulk and Cotton HOSIERY and GLOVES
Do. Do. UMBRELLAS
White CAMBRICS; Swiss and Jaconet MUSLINS
With a full assortment of Bleschedt and Brown DO-
MESTIC AND COTTON YARN, which will be
sa ld at factory prices.
BEALE H. RICHARDSON,
No. 165 Baltimore st. 3 doors below Charles st.
N. B. Maryland PENITENTIARY GOODS con-
stantly kept on hand. bmh 17 R 1mo
SUGARS, COFFEE. MOLASSES, &c. &o
35 HHDS. NEW ORLEANS SUGAR 13
25 hhds. Orleans MOLASSES
100 bbls. do do
10 tierces do do Q
150 bags RioLaguayra and St.Domingo COF-
FEE
50 bags old Government Java COFFEE
30 chests and halt chests Imperial, Gunpow-
der TEAS
200 sacks Fite and G. A. SALT


ed to with despatch.
N. B. A general assortment of well selected FUR-
NITURE always on hand, for the supply of dealers
and house-keepers.
A liberal advance upon all merchandise intended
for sale. FURLONG & FANNING,
mh 4 d3w Auctioneers
LOu CABIN FAN MA FIA u ACTOMIt .
C . IHAYNES, No. 52 North Exeter street,
S would inform the trade generally that he still
continues to manufacture Log Cabin Embossed and
Plain Fans of all descriptions, made from fancy col-
ored paper, satin, silk and gold paper. As the article
is in great demand in the Northern cities theDjaou-
facturer is daily adding hands to keep pace with the
numerous orders. Merchants dealing in the article
would do well to call and examine the Fans before
purchasing elsewhere. Any orders left at my resi-
dence oral Mr. Otis Spear's S. Charles st. will be at-
tended to.
ALSO-Has on hand and manufactures to order,
every variety of Fancy Boxes, Collar, Wafer, Stock
and Puff Boxes, all of which will be sold low for cash
or approved paper, mh 4
T IHE SUBSCRIBER has just received and is
now opening his assortment tor the Spring Trade
-it consists partly of
English, French and German, Hair, Tooth and Nail
BRUSHES
Cologne and Florida WATERS
English, French and American SOAPS
Extraits, Pomatums, Bears GREASE
Snuff Boxes, SEGAR CASES and Tobacco Boxes
Pocket Books, Razor STRAPS, Shaving Cases
VIOLINS, FLUTES, Flageolets, FIFES and AC-
CORDIANS
Ladies and gentlemen's Writing Desks; Work Boxes
Violin Strings, Chequer Boards, DRAFTSMEN
Chessmen, Tortoise Shell Side, Tuck and Pocket
COMBS
Ivory Fine Tooth and Pocket COMBS
Dressing and Tuck Combs, of all kinds
Agate, China, White Alley, polished and Common
MARBLES
Together with a full assortment of Silver Lace,Bul-
lion and Spangles, Games, Toy Books, small Wax
Candles, white green and red night Tapers, Pencils,
Crayons, col'd Paper. Paint Boxes, Jewsharps, Dom-
inos, Fishing Lines, Beads, Bead and Leather Purses,
Scissors, Penknives, German Silver Butter Knives,
Children Knives and Forks, and many other articles
too numerous to enumerate. Country Merchants and
others,will please call and examine for themselves be-
fore purchasing, as the above will be sold low.
JOSEPH BOURY,
No. 164 Baltimore street:
P. S. I have also a very handsome assortment of
TOYS for sale by the case or dozeh to suit purchar-
ars, mh3 1m


INGHAM'S FREIGHT AND PASSEN-
S 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 Pittsburg, 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, on said route.
Passengers taken on the most 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
INGIHAM'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................$1,875)
Hardware............... -1. ,75 per 100 lbs.
Groceries................. 1 621
Time receipted for 12 days. Apply at Depot No.
122 North Howard st. or
JAMES WILSON, Howard st.
mh 11 Agent.


PAX.TINT PORTABLE CAR BODY LINE
TO PITTSBURG.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
H AVE during the Winter increased their facili-
ties and are now prepared to forward Goods via
Susquehanna rail road and Pennsylvania Public Works
to Pittsburg.
The separation 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 arrival at Pittsburg.
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
Depot No. 68 North street, near the Post Office.
mh 10O JOHN WEST, Agent.


JFIEI.GH'S TO 10PIT'r'SBUK.UH.
D. LEECH & CO.
Freight Line to Pittsburg.
DEPOT.
No. 114 North Howard Street,
between Franklin and Mulberry sts.
D LEECH& CO. are now prepared to trans-
port goods, to Pittsburg, via the Susquehanna
Rail Road. and Pennsylvania Canals.
Their facilities, for forwarding merchandise, are
very extensive, and are able to deliver goods in Pitts-
burgh, in as short time, and as good order, as any
other line. Goods will be sent through in lots, as ship-
pe(I, and will net be separated by the way.
The rate of freight by this line, will be the same, as
that of the other rail road lines.
Any information concerning prices, &c. will be giv-
en at the Depot, or at our store, corner German and
Eutawsts. JOSEPH TAYLOR & SON,
moh 17 Agents.
FREIGHT TO PITTPSBURG.




TlE UNITED STATES PORTABLE
BOAT LINE.
IS now prepared to receive and forward Goods
via Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail road to
Columbia, and from thence via Penna. Canals and
Railroad to Pittsburgh, at the lowest rates of freight.
Receipts will be given for delivery within 12 days.-
Shippers are requested to call at the Depot, No. 19
Spear's Wharf. No transhipment takes place between
Columbia and Pittsburg. W. D JONES, Agent.
On the opening of the Tide Water Canal, Goods
will be sent per Steam Boat to Havre de Grace and
from thence in Portable Boats to Pittsburg.
mh 23
U. STATES PORTABLE BOAT LINE
FROM BALTIMORE TO PITTISBURG BY
STEAMBOAT TO HAVRE-DE-GRACE, VIA
TIDE WATER CANAL AND, PENNSYLVA-
NIA CANAL AND ALLEGHANY PORTAGE
RAIL ROAD TO PITTSBURG.




THIS LINE IS COMPOSED OF BOATS
built in four sections. susceptible of being se-
parated and passed over the Alleghany mountain on
cars constructed for the purpose, thereby avoiding
the great delay and expense ofa transhipment at each
end of the Portage Railway. The danger of injury
from the frequent handing, and rendering it impossi-
ble to separate lots of goods on the route.
These boats are of light construction, towed by
two horses, and run day atnd night (Sundays excep-
ted) delivering goods in the shortest possible time,
and at their lowest rates of freight.
Consignments from New York, Boston or else-
where, will be received and forwarded, and all ex-
penses paid without any change for Commission.
WILLIAM D. JONES, Agent.
mh 23 No. 19 Spear's wharf.
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE
JUNIATA DIVISION,
THE NORTH & WEST BRANCHES OF THE
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL,
The Cumberland Valley Rail Road-and the Franklin
Rail Road to Hagerstown.
SUSQUEHANNA CANAL LINE,
(via Tide Water Canal.)




HE PROPRIETORS of the Line respect-
fully inform the Merchants ol Pennsylvania and
those of Baltimore, interested in the trade, that hav-
ing constructed an additional number of new diecked
Canal Boatq, they are prepared to TRANSPORT A-
NY AMOUNT OF TONNAGE, DAILY, that
may be offered, from Baltimore to any point on the
line of Pennsylvania improvements.
The Boats are constructed with a view of Towing
on the Chesapeake Bay, one of which will leave daily
for Havre-de-Grace in tow of a Steamer, and will pro-
ceed up the Canal without reshipping cargo.
Insurance has been effected between Baltimore and
Havre.de-Grace, at the expense of the Proprietors.-
For rates of freight apply to
WEAVER & MILLER,
Harrisburg.
LOWRY & GILL,
mb 16 No. 75 &t 101 Bowly's wharf, Baltimore.
WAREHOUSES, NOS. 75 & 101 BOW-
LY'S WHARF.
DESPATCH TRANSPORTATION LINE
FOR PITTSBURG, VIA TIDE WATER
CANAL, IN TOW OF STEAM
BOATS.




HE proprietors of the Despatch Line are pre-
pared to Transport GOODS, WARES, AND
MERCHANDISE between Baltimore and Pitts-
burgh.
From the ample arrangements made, the proprietors
feel no hesitation in saying, that this Line will be equal
in time and safety to any other, (none excepted.)-'
Goods are shipped at once into new decked Canal
Boats, and towed between Baltimore and Havre de
Grace.
O INSURANCE has been effected by the proprie-
tors between Baltimore and Havre de Grace.
Goods consigned to us from New York, Boston and
elsewhere, to be forwarded West, will receive our
attention without the charge of Commission.
JOHN WHITE & CO., Proprietors.
J. C. REYNOLDS,
Agents, Pittsburg.
LOWRY & GILL, Agents.
mh 16 No. 75 and 101 Bowly's wharf.
A UCTION NOTICE-The subscribers respect-
fully tender their services to their friends and
the public for the transaction of a GENERAL AUC-
TION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, and so-
licit consignments. They will attend personally to
the sale of furniture, hardware, groceries, fruit, paint-
ings, books, horses and carriages, houses, lands, and
out door sales of every description. Particular atlen-
tion given to the sale of effects, at private dwellings,
and all business entrusted to their care will be attend-


SILK BRAIDS, black and colored
Corset LACES, silk, linen and co'(on; HANDKFS.
cotton and silk; Suspenders, Gurnsey and webb
Woollen HOSE, GLOVES and MITTS
Zephyr worsted, canvass, chenille and needle pattern
COTTON FRINGES; .PINS, German & English
FANCY GOODS.
Willow BASKETS, largest assortment in this city
COMBS, ot every description, sizes and prices
BRUSHES, of all kinds, sizes and prices
MONEY PURSES, silk, beads, cotton and leather
BUTTONS, pearl, gilt, bone, metal and paper
WATCH GUARDS, gummy and gilt
SPECTACLES, German silver, plated and gilt
LOOKING GLASSES, paper, toilet and shaving
Pocket and Memorandum BOOKS
Slates; slate Pencils; lead and carpenter Pencils
Wafers; Sealiag Wax amid Night Tapers
Accordeons; Harmonicka and Jew's Harps
Violins and Guitars; Violin and Guitar Strinfgs
German silver and silver Ever-point CASES
SBritannia table and tea SPOONS
" gilt THIMBLES and Butter KNIVES
Scissors; Knives; Dirks; Razors; Snuffers and Razor
Strops
Needles; Knitting Pins, in paper and fancy boxes
Snuff Boxes; Cigar Cases; Pipes and Cigar Tubes
Marbles, common, polished and White Alleys, of all
sizes
Dices, of pearl & ivory; Dominos; Fishing Apparatus
Co,'set Eyes, of metal and bone
DOLLS, kid, wax andt jointed, of all sizes
TOYS by the box or dozen
PERFUMERY; soap, Cologne Water, Essence, Oil,
in plain and fancy boxes and bottles.
SUNDRIES.
Russia, fur, black and drab SILK PLUSH
HATS, Russia, French and Willow
Bronze Powder; Fiench and Gold Leaf
CHOCOLATE, made by steam, of a great variety
WINE, Rhenish, Dry Madeira, Port, French, Lacry-
macristy, in bottles
TAPIOCA, printing black
PIANOS, ot the best workmanship.
Besides the above GOODS, we shall receive by the
daily expected vessels from Europe, an additional new
and fresh supply of a great many otherGOODS,which
with the above will offer at very low prices. mh 68
CHANDELIERS FO GAS & L'ANDLES.
DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE,
R & A. CAMPBELL, No. 155 Baltimore
street. Agents for the sale of CORNELIUS &
CO.'S GOODS in this city, have just received CHAN-
DELIERS and GIRONDOLES, which are newer in
style, more splendid in appearance and superior in
workmanship to any which have ever been imported
into Baltimore. They are arranged in the room over
the store.
The public are invited to call and see them.
mb 22 P dgt


j FOR LIVER1POOL-The fine coppered
and copper fastened ship NILE, Kinney,
master; will have immediate despatch lor the above
port. For fmeighl phl1, In I
F RII)EWALD& DIDIER,
mhb 23 d6t No. 11 Hanover st. ,
1 FOR BREMEN-The new coppered &
h copper fastened Bremen barque PHILADEL-
PHIA, H. W. Greve, master; will be dispatched
for the above port without delay. For freight, im-
mediate application should be made to
SCHAER & KUSTER.
mh 15 d5t No. 26 S. Charles st.
S FOR BREMEN-To sail on or before
27th instant-Tae coppered and copper fasten-
ed Bilemen ship ELISE, Capt. J. Kock. For freight,
of small bulk, or passage, having superior state rooin
accommodations. Apply to
mih 18 8t ALBERS & CO. No. 2 German at.
j& FOR N EW ORLEANS-Regular Line
of Baltimore and New Orleans Packets-This
Week-The packet ship TIPPECANOE, Captain
Gray; is now loading at Fenby's wharf, and will clear
as above. The T'. has a superior cabin with exten-
sive state rooms. For freight or passage apply to
mh 23 CLARK & KELLOGG.
K FOR PROVIoENCE-Union Line-
To sail on Wednesday-The line packet srhr.
Ui NI' IN, J. Smith, master; will receive -100 bbls. on
freight, and be despatched as above. Apply to
WM. A. COLE,
mh 23 84 Bowly's wharf
SFOR PORTLAND-The good brigRU-
BY will commence loading this morning.-
or ireight apply to KIRKLAND & CHASE.
mh 22
'- FeOR BOSTON-Regular Commercial
Aa Line-The packet brig OCEAN, Eldredge,
master; having part of her cargo on board will have
despatch. For freight or passage apply to Captain on
board, or to THOS. R. MATTHEWS,
mh 22 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
i-i FOOR BOSTON-Union and Despatch
Line-The brig CHATHAM,, Capt. Taylor,
will have despatch. For freight or passage apply on
board, Bowly's wharf, or to
mh 15 CLARK & KELLOGG.
fr FOR HAVRE DE GRACE.-We
will start a daily LINE OF SCHOONERS,
from our Warehouse, tor Havre de Grace. The own-
ers of transient Canal Boats may depend on receiv-
ing Goods in good order and in the shortest space of
time. LOWRY & GILL,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
mh 16 No. 75 and 101 Bowly's wharf.
4 M FOR SALE.-The scnr. JOHN RAN-
M DOLPH. seven years old, with New Mainsal,
Jib, Halliards and Sheets. She is a fine sailing ves-
sel, draws six feet and halfwauer, deep loaded, tons
45 5.95, about fifty six feet deck and nine and half feet
beam. She has an oak bottom and is copper fastened
-a comfortable cabin with four berths. Apply to
THORNTON & EARECKSON,
mll 19 1m 10 Light st. wharf.
4IK FOR SALE TO CLOSE A CON-
l- CERN.-The well known fast sailing sip
BELVIDERA, as she arrived from sea. The Bel-
videra has a flush deck, is 29 feet beam, 107 feet
long, registers 396 tons, and will carry about 4500 bar-
rels. She is built of the best materials, and in the
most tho-ough manner; is copper fastened and cop-
pered, and well found in sails., riggimg. &c. She has
recently received a thorough repair, and stands on
Lloyd's Books as a ship of the first class. The inven-
tory may be seen and any further information obtain-
ed on application to WM. G HARRISON,
mh 22 dtf O'Donnell's wharf.
_f FOR SALE-A new schr. of about 84
ftons, built in the best manner, in Virginia
copper fastened, and is expected to sail well, and car-
ry a good cargo to her tonnage-she is well found,
and will be sold a great bargain. For terms apply to
W. RHOADS,
mh 22 d6t P 61 Smith's wbf.
] FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
The coppered schr. AVALANCHE, ,
burthmen about 750 bbls.
HALSO-The coppered schr. VANDALIA,
I CH. Dorman, master; burthen about 650 bbls.
Apply to J. HOOPER & SONS,
mh 22 d4t 16 Light street wharf.
OFFICE BALTO. LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
March 20th, 1841.
N election will be held at this office on MONDAY
the5th day of April next, between the hours of
10 and 12 o'clock, for eight Directors,
mh 22 JOHN 1. DONALDSON, President.
OFFICE OF THE BALTO. & OHIO RAIL
ROAD CO., March 17th,1841.
HE holders of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road
six per cent. loan are informed that the quar-
ter's interest due on the first day of April next will
be paid at the Union Bank of Maryland.
J.J. ATKINSON,
mIl 18 d2dA PR Secretary.
COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS BANK OF
BALTIMORE, March 1Sth, 1841.
T HE Stockholders of tvis Bankare hereby notifi-
ed, that an election for lbfourteen Directors, for
the ensuing:year, will be held at the Bank on MON-
DAY, the 3d of May next, between the hours often
and one o'clock. By order,
mh 19 it GE). T. DfNBAR.
Ml-.RK'.HAN**'IN' .%NK,
Baltimore, Maren 18t, 1841.5
T IE STOCKHOLDERS are hereby notified
that an election for twelve Directors will be field
at the Banking House, between the horrs of 10 and 2
o'clock, on MONDAY the 3rd May next.
Agreeably to the Charter but nine of the present
Board are eligible. D. SPRIGG.
mh 19 PRSC
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
FARMERS AND MILLERS BANK OF
HAGERSTOWN, March 16, 1841.-The Stock-
holders of this Banik are hereby notified that an Elec-
tion tor 8 Directors to serve the ensuing year, will be
held at the Banking House, on the FIRST MON-
DAY OF MAY NEXT. between the hours ofl0oand
2 o'clock. G. R. BEALL, President.
Hagerstown, Md., March 16, 1841.
mh 18 dt3rdMy
DOMESTIC GOODS.
ORD & STANNARD, No. 5 Hanover street,
oFter to Town and Country Dealers, a good as-
sortment of DOMESTIC GOODS, at low prices, by
the piece or package. fe 15 3m
POSITIVE SELLING OFF.
R. D. LECIHE having purchased the store
which I now occupy in North Charles street,
for his own use, I will positively sell offat very low
prices for cash, till April next, and the remainder will
be sold with the store fixtures at public auction, as I
have in contemplation to change my present business.
fe 24 d P S. EYTINGE.
DAGUERREOTYPE.
IKENESSES taken in clear or cloudy weather
without the Sun,which obviates many objections
to the former mnode, at the corner of Baltimore and
Harrison street, opposite Centre Market-entrance
from Harrison street.
Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call and ex-
amine specimens. Price of a perfect Likeness in a
Morrocco case, $5.50. Hours of attendance from
10 o'clock A. M. until 4 o'clock, P. M. Portraits
copied, etc. HNENRY FITZ, Jr.
mh 3 dim*
WAI'CHES, WATCHES, WATCHES.
I HAVE just received a beautiful assortment of
gold patent Lever Watches, cased in fine style,
made by M. J. Tobias, Mortemer, Harrison Johnson,
and also Gold Anchor Lever, of very fine workman-
ship, with a variety of Silver Watches which will be
sold at low prices and warranted to keep good time.
Gold and Silver Guard Chains, Keys, Ri;gs,Breast-
pins, Silver Thimbles, Spectacles, Silver Table and
Tea Spoons, with a variety ot other goods in the line.
Persons wishing fine Watches, and will please to
call on GABRIEL D. CLARK,
mh 9 d3w Water street Head of Cheapside.
NO. 7, HANOVER ST., A FEW STORES
BELOW BALTIMORE STREET.
CHARLES WILL & DICKEY have re-
ceived the following GOODS, and offer lor sale
on reasonable terms.
DRY GOODS.
Ladies' and Misses' white, blown, black, slate and
mixt COTTON HOSE
"Men's white, brown, black, mixt HOSE and SOCKS
Ladies', men's and cbildreu's COTTON GLOVES,
ot all colors and sizes
SWISS -,USLINS, plain and figured
SEWING SILK, different qualities and colors
Thread Laces; Edgings and Insertings
TAPES, white and colored, cotton and linen
BOBBINS, linen and cotton













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EXTRA SESSION.-The
Maryland Legislatur

VIRGINIA AND NEW YOR
Sthe controversy.-It appeal
tion in the Richmond Whi
named CURay, charged wit
of New York, has been arr
ginia; and further that t
State has in the usual man
The answer of Gov. GILME
the prisoner is in proper
With whenever a similar
Peter Johnson, Edward Smi
tofdre chargediwith felony
shall be complied with by
thorities of the S
Itis further ordered to b
of New York that measures
S tention of the said Cua
time of his arrest-a peri
long enough to enable the
New York to determine
Such is the position of
are rejoiced to see by th
course of Gov. GILIMEa d
approbation, It is declare
herself to act magnanimous
regard for the constitution
its requisitions, though a
such regard in its acti
sa
Has not the case oceurr
New York, under the Con
States, had a right to dema
tive from the justice of
will deny itA Is the Const
Virgina, that New York in
gitives who stole the negr
up? It would be a stran
ethics which justified A
cause B had also commit
a right ? If New York viol
that authorise or excuse Vi
Who is always processing
that sacred instrument ?
Virginia embrace that oppo
rity. Let others do as th
ment of Holy Writ, and to
her serve the Constitutio
from its precepts and con
more does it become her
The Compiler of Saturda
and resolution are pendin
which disapprove of the
declining to surrender th
Governor of New York. I
place on the subject, it is
prevailed, and that while
evinced for Gov. GILMER a
his patriotic motives, it w
be due to the very princi
ginia in her controversy w
gitive now claimed by the
rendered. It is probable t
mending the giving up of
the House o
ADDITIONAL.-RESIGN
MA
The foregoing article was
paper, but its insertion w
foreign news which claim
\ intelligence has come fr
Mzn on Saturday resigned
expressing the disapproba
his refusal to surrender t
Governor ot New York was
ity in the House and unan
companies however by exp
for his motives and of adm
The Governor's resignat
Houses on t
It must be admitted that
ture f Virginia in passi
whicthe first example of
controversy with New York
dent for the further act
maintains, is only carryi
The Legislature took the
as though the two States w
communities, without a
a common Government to
ance. The Governor proce
In his case the disregard o
palpable and direct than i
lature disapproved. It cann
proof came with a bad gra
were glad to see it; for it
obey the requirements of t
not knowingly disregarded
section Bill. We say no
for it is a common thing to
selves, and to be able at t
same with great clearness
the legislative act, too, a
entertained concerning its
we have not much doubt a
the Executive proceeding t
tution is unequivoc
The resignation of Gov.
gretted; but it would have
regret it the cause which p
been withheld. The sent
viewed in itself and apart
ency with their former ac
mous; honorable to Virg

A memorial from a public
Illinois, to the Legislature
ground of repudiating entire
authority of the commonwe
the memorial as we have s
discovered the result of ce
late years indirectly und
Yet we are not disposed
such monstrous conclusions
arrived at. That sort of li
pendence of the obligation
faith-which denounces as s
of duty and of right that b
the kind of liberty which o
ed to secure and perpetua
exist under any organized
a dissolution of the first
After money to a large


of foreign capitalists-after
nal improvements for the b
memorialists talk about th
incompatible with their fre
stitutions. When called u
a debt fairly contracted t
idea of rendering tribute
nate "excessive taxation"
vitude, and the people who
go farther and declare that
contracting the debt was n
The language of the memor
th
Where these bonds rest in
or of large speculators in
expected nor desired; bu
been made for permanent
derate circumstances, if an
cerely regret their misfor
sed no such emission, it is
Illinoi, and whatever conse
portions or ti individual
sponsible, even had we the
the spurious
A tiee people however, ca
system of fund-holding, by
drones are supported at t
portion of society. Million
the old Continent are gro
its operation there, and we
the cause of freedom and h
arresting its fearful encroa
we are not ready to become
shall make at least one st
trom its i
From this view of our situ
First, That we should be
State debt, so calle
Second, That did we assum
would bank
Third, That the Constitu
tract void; and by assumin
them, we not only give our
dangerous breach of the Co
unitary accessor
Fourth, That justice an
moral equity forbid the a
We do not apprehend that
memorialists will find
minded men anywhere. It
all who cherish a regard
honour should know that
have been uttered and
The distinction which is
tween the act of the Repr
the People of a State in a m
not recognized by the gen
a State possesses rights s
constituted authorities; if


involves duties in return,
the obligation they impose
words. But the thing is
matter of i
While the obligation of a
ly contracted responsibili
that the bare supposition
with dishonour, there is n
the General Government for
ly bestow in facilitating th
tions. The necessity of
Distribution Bill, by which
the Public Lands may be di
is becoming more

McLeodas Trial Postpone
error committed by the Cl
drawing a jury for the term
menced on Monday, the te
the trial of McLeod will of
independent of others, b
term of t
Gen. SCOTT was in Albany
fering from the effects of
notwithstanding the postpo
frontier, where some ind
existofa purpose of rescue
the Canada shore. The pr
ken will doubtless put an e
tertained.
MR. CLAY.-It gives us
state that Mr. CLAY'S hea

The Ordinance providing fo
into fourteen Wards is pu

The proceedings of the m
held on Saturday last, wi

U. S. BANK.-A suit br
ago by a citizen of Philad
the United States, to reco
notes, was decided in the
Philadelphia on Monday. T
ced in th
Decision on the United Sta
This morning, in the Cou
King read a very'long opin
by the Bank of the United
brought against it under
tions" of 1841. These exc
viously stated, were that
post fact, impaired the ob
tract, and were in colliso
the State
The opinion oh Judge Kin
points ot the issue, and
fortified by precedent. In
maintained that all the e
ed,and the only remedy t
was under the charter of t
to the penalty of twelve p
unsatisfied demand for sp
charter if the refusal to
His associates also read
but arriving at the same
set aside the proce
This favorable decision
important ease, in conjunc
the drafts of the Bank on
will have an inspiriting ef
Bank, and probably will su
on foot to raise its notes t
Banks. The decision of
been made at a more au
Bank, and efforts will dou
its fee
Judge King remarked in hi
two other Banks in the Sta
the United States, were e
of the very salutary resolu
the Legislature-thus est
Bank a most important adva
pled state of all the Ban
one which, while it support
to the law, may in the sa
the others. The opinion
portant principles, and sho

NAVAL.-A letter from Ri
of 28th January, published
of Comme
The U. S. sloops of War
Aulick, and Dale, Capt. Ch
the 25th inst. in 45 days f
the Pacif
An interesting sight was p
in fouriU. S. vessels appear
offing to this Harbor;-t
days from Norfolk; the Fri
Stoier, from Boston; and
Corm. John S. Nicholas, fr
ter having incidentally re
from diffe

Mr. Buckingham, the Engl
tleman on his return hom
was received in a very cor
meeting of the "British a
suppression of Intemperan
ly complimentary charact
moved and carrie
To this Society Mr. BuCa
brief narrative of his to
with good feeling towards
States, and with warm ex
knowledgment for the hos
which he was received in
The following extract refe
of New Orleans in behalf
a large number of seamen
en
This was indeed a splendid
its brilliancy, its enthusi
close of my address, a we
rose, and stated to the audi
he had heard of the ravag
the strong claim of seamen
protection of those who re
labors, he could not remain
scene, nor refuae tI follow
ample of New Bedford, Cha
providing Sailors' Homes,
used mariner from the sn
said, he had just purchase
was about to ship them
agree to pay five dollars p
meant, or 3000 dollars in the
chants and shippers of Co
consent to pay one cent pe
ped by them for the remain
hailed with general acclam
pause, a gentleman rose
event of there being any
ungenerous as not to co
the worthy merchant would
on which another inhabit
said, (hat to remove al
he was so satisfied that few
of persons could be found
undertake to make up the
refuse, or be deficIent. T
a flame, and the warm hear
dually opened and expand
offer. Some, not dealing i
gar largely, agreed to pay
all exported for the year.
employed in towing vesse
greed to give 25 cents, fo
for every brig. and a doll
or down the Mississippi by
out the season.' Thus, bef
fund was guaranteed, ampl
all our wishes; and to the
at New Orleans, who occup
ing, was confided the task
which his official situati


to do. The officers and sai
aisles,joined as loudly as
the expression of their Joy
olence, which had been ma
not merely on behalf of t
their worthy, though neg
mates andl brother seamen
The central position ofl
city a convenient point f
his various excursions
BUCKINGHAM'S address con
sion to it. He sa
Returning from this inter
visiting Baltimore,-in th
gant hospitalities of wh
many attractions, as to in
there whenever practical
with reluctance and regret
bors as advantageoiusly as
some weeks, set out acr
tains, for the Western Sta
ry and Fredericton in th
stay at each. After cross
scended the Monongahela r
great iron and coal district
leghany, forming the Bi
Amer
In referring to the general
mericaMvr. BUCKINGHAM sta
given for one hundred and
lent purposes-that he was
in raising nearly one hu
collections and subscriptio
per hands in furtherance of
associations addressed
and minute narrative of
preparation and wil

A Character.-The follow
ble villain we find in the
We understand that Win.
the late special term of G
stabbing Robert Allcorn, wi
tenced to confinement in th
and four mouths, made hi
tiary the night alter he
ever, retaken soon after.
physical strength, of dare
of the most desperate
known. He has broken j
State and in Indiana, and
try can hold him. It wa
culty he was kept in our j
cuffs and heavy log chain
confine him, and broke do
his cell, and, finally, th
was by placing a guard ov
sive cold weather, when t
prompted him to place fire
set fire to the jail; so that
with him. He must have
quence, though he was wel
ic. He has been a desper
ter in society for several
I been in the peni


The New York American s
Esq., who came passenger
verpool, was the bearer of
our Minister at London,
ton immediately a

The Bank of Missouri.-T
scinded its order of the 1
resolved to receive the not
and Kentu
Last accounts from the So
suspension of several of
lumbus an
The citizens of the Eigh
ganize a new company to b
Company.
SECOND
A large and respectable m
the SECONDWARD opposed t
to the Chesapeake and Oh
Hall on MONDAY EVEN
meeting was organized b
SPRECKELSEN to the Chai
H. WATSON Secretary. T
having been stated by the
ton submitted a series of r
on motion, referred to a
chair appointed the ;ollo g
that Committee, viz. P.
LINO and JAS. H. THOMAS,
ered the subject appeared
as adopted by the Sixth W
solut
Resolved, That this meet
the Memorial which has be
lhat the President appoint
sons to obtain the signatu
Sixth Ward
Resolved, That said com
standing committee to co-
mittees from other wards,
in taking such measures
deemed a
Resolved, That this meeting
the preservation of the pub
State, and that they appr
the public debt in the pre
not fail greatly to endan
sa
Resolved, That this mee
justice ot imposing upon
redemption of the scrip, a
hundred and fitly thousand
last eight months by the
authority of the State, and
cleared in
Resolved, That any equita
meeting the public engage
proved by t
Mr. Win. H. Watson subm
solution as an amendment
of Wmin. H. Conk
Resolved, That this mee
when practicable all means
tive action should be cons
ence to their own merits,
gislation heretofore adopt
tions for Internal Improv
nant with mischief to the b
that we particularly disa
ly known as "LOG ROLLING,
on that no two proposition
ternal Improvements shou
but that each and every s
considered and det
The report of the commit
amended were then unanimo
ing.The chair appointed th
the first resolution viz.
and Nathaniel Kimberly.
wes then
Resolved, That the proce
published in the daily pape
GEO. A. SPRECKE
WM. H. WATSON, Se

THIRD
At a large and respectable
the Third Ward, held on
Kim's Free School, THO
pointed President, Samue
Boyd, Esq. Vice President
cret
The following Resolution
ed
1st. Resolved, As the opi
the citizens of Baltimore w
proportion of a direct tax,
fair and equitable principle
gagements o
2nd. Resolved, That in th
any increase of the State
unwise, unjust and most
3rd. Resolved, That the
not be enabled to meet a l
posed by the State and Cit
gagements alre
4th. Resolved, That thi
memorial adopted by thie c
on the 17th inst. a:d that
appoint a committee of fou
lures to the memorial, and
committees appointed
The President, under the
ed the following gentle
M'Elderry, Samuel Boyd,
The meeting t
THOMAS KELSO
S. T. THOMPS
S4MUEL BOYD,
JAMES JOHNSTO

TWELFT
At a meeting of the citiz
agreeably to public noti
Monday evening the 22d
appointed President, V
President, and W ILLIAM
chairman having stated t
Win. Hack offered the fol
were read by the Secreta
te
Resolved, That it is our
press our opinions freely
the present condition of t
Maryland, that our Delega
ment, may know the wishes
reference to further approp
nal improvement, and that
be in accord
Resolved, That in the pr
tion ol our State Treasur
and unwise for the Legisla
tion to any work of intern
some work highly advanta
city of Baltimore, which is
thirds of the State debt, an
portion of the i
Resolved, That we regre
over our little State,-an
sion refer to the ways a
swelled to its present en
nevertheless solicitous that
State be prese
Resolved, That we do not
peake and Ohio Canal, a
Baltimore is to be benefit
to Cumberland; and we bel
justice to our citizens fo
time, to loan the credit of
one dollar, unless te assis
nal from this city to i
Georgetown, i
Resolved, That we do not
ture of the State ought, o
to redeem the Scrip issued
sapeake and Ohio Canal,
without the authority or
Resolved, That a Committ
by this meeting, to obtain


zens of the ward to a mem
warded to the Legislature
of the foregoi
Committee-Charles Tiern
entine
ABNER WEBB,
VALENTINE DUSHA
WM. WILS

PUBLIC MEETING
(IN PRINCE GEORG
Pursuant to notice, a large
of the voters of this Distr
and organized by the ap
BERRY. chairman,and RO
The meeting having been
B. CALVERT, Esq. rose and
of the call to be the nomi
to represent us in the ne
States; ana also to take in
sed condition of our State
the Chair appointed Mes
0. LOWNDES, D. C. ST
PENN to be a committee,
short time, reported the f
were unanimous
Resolved, That reposing u
ability, honesty, and patri
Col. Wm. T. WOOTTeN, of
we cordially recommend hi
Congressional district of
son to represent them in
gre
Resolved, That the past l
relation to internal impr
terised by the most wanton
a large majority ofits cit
commenced by the most u
persevered in without any
certain portions of the Stat
high, has been mea
Resolved, That the time
thing but an immediate reso
the State from her present
that any temporizing expedi
dit of the State by further
the most disaster
Resolved, That the indep
taken by our Delegate,
report as chairman oft t
Means, deserves the thanks
therein handles the subject
devises the measures best c
ing credit on
Resolved, That our Deleg
extra session of the Legisla
to procure the passage of a
agencies of the crisis by
sufficient to meet the en
and they be also request
their appropriation to in
present state of
Resolved, That the pract
rewarding political parties
head of some of our works
deserves the severest censu
fidence so necessary to th
that 'individuals should
those works for their high
and not for any p
Resolved, That this meet
the above proceedings b


and Secretary, and publish
gencer, Madisonian a
JOHN E. BERR
ROBERT WRIGH

The following account of
oad of passengers in Georgi
the late devastating
"Since the above was in
WARD, of New York, that
day, 9th inst. in the Acco
other passengers, for Madi
storm commenced, and it co
ly during that night. The s
i,,rn -I. pIir.: about tw
nrae I iit.- ,icmulgee at
continuing. Upon inquiry
to cross, they were inWor
sengers, however, upon tak
ently, and insisted upon fu
to take the stage over in t
hand was furnished, and wit
of the passengeis succeed
sing the river in safety, th
swollen by the flood. The
with four passengers,
HINES HOLT. on his Way
was waiting for the flat, a
the same flat was carried
oRe other of the passenger
and swam for an island, wh
ed. They were exposed du
clemency of the weather,
degree that they were com
safety; the rain continuing
nied with thunder and li
down the river with he sta
tance, when it struck a s
of the hands, a black, a
drowned. The mail, bagga
Theremaining hands and pa
in safety
OFFI
APPOINTMENTS A
By the President, by wih the adv
ut Te Snae
George Loyall, to be Na
NorfolK, Vas-
John P. Henry, lo be Navy
vannah, Georgi
Thomas Hayes, to be Nav
Philadelphia, in place of
PROMO
Commander W. A. Spencer
Navy from the 22
Lieutenant A. Bigelow,
Navy from the 2
Pas ed Midshipman Wil
Lieutenant in the Navy fro
APPOINTMENTS BY
Robert C. Wetmore, to b
of New York, in place of J
moved.
POST OFFICE
March, 2
Abstract from the Journalfo
POSTMASTERS
David D. Hoyt, at Palm
Enoch A. Hall, at West B
ty,
Matthew H. Stevens, at
ty,
Jonathan K. Horton, at
county
Jerome D. Mosher, at W
county
Johun Harris, at Charles
Ma
David Brigham, Madison,
Terri
Enos Smith, Racine, Ra
Terri
Jared Lake, South Port,
Terri
Horace Hatch, Pike, A
Asahel Burriagton, Burk
Isaac Covington, Berlin,o
la
John C. Rouse, Argyle,
TOBACCO
During the year 1840, no
Tobacco were exported fr
Aust
Commercial accounts fr
cargoes of tobacco had arri
mond during the same year
trade opened with inland co
of the late Treaty of Com
diso
Sedentary Force.-We un
sett's sedentary force, e
Florida by the late admini
ordered by (G:ri. Harris
The Philadelphia mone
easier yesterday. Fait pap
doors at I per cent. a m
regard to U.S. Bink notes
a favorable prospect. T
sideied f
Ot-United States Bank n
yesterday from 11 to 16

A destructive fire broke o
gomery, Orange county,
Six or seven buildings w
the stores of Mr .Chandl
Eager, and others whose n
Oakley's loss is said to be
lars.-N. Y.C
A letter fiom a friend at
ty, N. Y. dated the 18th i
four feet deep, that many
passabe-lb.
U S. Bank's Bills on Rng
by the Bank ofthe U. Sta
bout 450,000 had been
Browns, and 100,000 on
cepted. 70,000 on Morri
ton debt~went out by the
news of the third suspensinT
course not known, but there
they were regularly accept
is disposed of.- .

A meeting of the Stockho
United States in Charleston
16th inst., recommended t
Win. Drayton and Dr. Jose
the meeting of the cor

A very melancholy occur
at 'Mar,.-..rI'T Bay, L. C.
mas Holland, Esq., of that
dren, were unfortunately
amusing themselves on the
when it gave way. Mrs. Ho
went to their assistance,an
tened to the assistance ot t
with difficulty escaped a

FROM F
Correspondence of the
PILATKA,
"Capt. Ker, 2d Dragoons,
twenty one Indians with t
ge
Twenty old Indians came
Fanning, and gav
Wild Cat has been in a
bring in his people, and let
ty men were sent out on th
warriors on
About foir hundred Indi
waiting to be shipped-in
the war
Halleck Tustenuggee, wit
ing been twice whipped by
I gave you the particular
on the Ochlawaha, eight m
by Captain Barnham, and
with consid
Captain Barnhtam had a S
vate Bower 'evrlv. the le
ded. Soon ,Ilnr ut.s eng
Captain Smith, 2d Itfantr
Dragoons, each with a C
hor a guide, and they all
meantime Captain Ker w
goons, has taken the oppose
to have the game flashed


Thomas Jefferson once sai
sident of the United State
dent spirits, by men in pub
more injury to the public s
me than any other circum
the internal concerns of
ministration. And were
istration again, with the
perience I have acquired,
would ask, with regard to
should be, "Is he addicted t

Boot and Shoe Leather.
about seventeen miles fr
2,000 inhabitants. Almo
child -n-- u . -l. a.,'ilti"
the in,.-ir ,ii r ,if g ..; --
year-, i s.,n,. "- A1 b.... -I
were manufactured in that
exceed $487 000! If the
any one spot on the Glob
fruits of industry, iwhy,
we'll "knock under

Mode of Preserving Tim
and Architect's Journal, o
a patent lately obtained in
serving wood by boiling it
of that journal remarks,
much better preserved fro
strong solution of lime in
a reason or this, that a muc
when lesh burned or calci
quantity of cold than of b
lates several satisfactory
great efficacy oflime. whe
timber Ifrom decaY. The le
timber should be soaked
the thickness and texture
timber requiring only a for
four weeks, and even long
sides made water-tight, is

The Danville Intelligence
Anthracite Furnaceof B
Ithis place, is r,ow yielding
i -. ind all tile mach
n..)i cr, wor

We were yesterday shown
Farmer's Bank of Delaware
-Phila. Senti
.Aivice to a Bride.-"Ho
ness," said Madam de Mai
Savoy, on the eve of her
Burgundy, "there is no such
there were, it does not co
riches. Greatness is expos
severe than those of a pr
vexed nor ashamed to dep
him beyour dearest friend
not for constant firmony
best husbands and wives ar
ally from each other sallie
mildness. Be obliging with
your favors. Men are ty
themselves and have us c
at any pains to examine wh
founded; it is enough that
God to keep you from jeal
husband are never to be
preaches, or su


Community
THE NEXT
The Whig members of the
signated an early day, for
to nominate a Whig candid
chair, it is proper that th
claims to the nomination wi
Convention, should be su
that the members of that
performance of their duty
opinions of their constitue
several persons from among
selected. 1 therefore beg
which have aire a y been g
your columns. and other of t
of WILLIAM FELL JOHNSON,
Without the slightest i-|.lrm
tlemen who have been nam
s.,y of him. that his high c
ture judgment, and his fam
the lE;xecutive department,
Executive Coiuncil of the
him to the consideration
nomination would be recei
Whigs of Baltimore County
give the part i it,,,.;,..-.t -
wouldt also eiin .., ii.,inInm
ensuing election
BALTIMOR
Communi
THE NEXT GOVERN
By the provisions of the t',
vernor of this State must
western district, which i
Harford, Carroll, Frederick,
ny counties. Severalgentl
respectability have already
lic prints, for the conidei
tion, to be held in June.
would respectfully add th
of Needwood, in Frederick Co
qualified, in all respects, lh
Although his name has noth
in the papers, yet it has
in private conversation, in
in connection with this of
selected as delegates to t
not know Mr. LEE, persona
quire just information of hi
before declaring their prefer
He has had considerable e
having represented thie u
in "',i i, .-. -r,.l having
thie ',t ,1 -r,.i... Few
with the interests of our S
to her welfare and prosper
ticle may, possibly, he inf
guard for Mr. LEE; but he
just such a man-as woul
for the State
Since its formation, Mr
member of lhe Whig party;
on all occasions, to
FREDE

TO THE HONORABLE
TY COUNICII,
THE MEMORIAL OF T'
PANY OF BALTIMO
REPRE
That a memorial signed b
timore, has been recently
ble Body, in which it is s
of the enormotlt amount o
"and of the yearly incrras
the information given" to
as from their personal obs
fied, that the unwarrantabl
the present system of mea
the memorialists allege the
least confidence." T he me
"having been fora long tim
out any resistance,they are
to your honorable body for
their memorial by praying
"will establish a regular
meant of gas, as well as th
measure
The foregoing memorial w
ers as having been the vi
-I.,,. ,-..ntinued imposition
tm irh't, certainly require
pretending to make any
memnorialists will proceed
in regard to the subject th
consider
The -i4 t;. if r .u.iim]', o
under l.t I .:.i .i-.....:. il
the act of assembly ot Dec
At this time, gas was uni
burner, according to the q
turner used-a mode of sal
abuses, to remedy which
ianermitv were long tax
rini ru I...y instance, was
with a knife, audan awl dh
ers with circular (t.. i.i
twice too, to leave ,i- i.- r
a protection against thiev
these modas, double and t
was used that the manufa
plying. It was soon seen,t
ty constiumed was average
her ot consumers, those
fairly, would pay too m
them falsely would pay t
became an object of equal
faciurers and the honest c
od by which the exact quan
could be accurately ascertn
accomplished by Crosley,th
Wherever gas is matoinuactu
country Crosley's metre is e
anid the bestevidence of its tr
in the fact, that the origi
thile exclusive manufacturer o
where thie use oft gas has
hold out the highest reward
a better machine to super
United Staltes too wh.hre a
would be a fortune to Ihei
the country, though constant
has, as yet, been unable
more otf measurement. Your
in saying, that tIre experi
Atl.iantic, has fully tested
the gas-mnetre-and that, it"
it is not owing to any defet
proceed from some intention
But there is no conceivable
fraud on their pait; becau
gas, which they have a right
their profits honestly : and
deed gratuitous, which im
result that honesty would
feclu
But your memorialists ha
of the metres, which admits
meters, in which the gas ie
tio u. ,- 4 o ia... n q.mi ,a
.i% i i.,i,-tiar- tid.: .h iime i
s lim.-ii,.-i~ m.'l ft is- mii~i~i
reference to the machinery
easily as the contents ol a
computed. Now, if the g
town registered more gas
the sum of their registers
ty of gas than the gasome
gained at the same time.
fact. On tin' contrary thie
cent. less than the gasome
tained, which is the amoun
tured by your memorialists
instead ot being paid fla
fecture, they l
Your memorialists are lull
ests depend apon the conl
community, it they are i
rialists, have the remedy
tlhiat is necessary is to ceas
M iim. it ... capital inve
be totally lost or greatly
fore Irom your memorialis
tery of their business, they
he fully and generally und
to relied upon the experie
to establish the character
its adoption in Baltimore,
all doubts upon the subject
home, that thie mode of me
to "reliance and confidence
gest that in the event of
the subject advisable, you
point a commission, to cons
best scientific and mechan
shall be above thie suspicio
terest or feeling in the mat
lest examination into the
honorable body at ils next
memorialists ltither propo
appointed, shall select f


trees now in use in the ci
proper, and wherever they
pose of testing their accur
further offer to beat the
and replacing such metres
lect, making arrangements
with others in the mean
ists further propose, that t
it, shall hive free access
and be furnished with wha
sire to prosecute this inq
memoiialists think could
in order tomainltain that p
moast willingly admit'is e
In conclusion your memor
furnish gas, to say the ver
good quality, as it is lurnisi
that their outlay of capital
effective as in Philadelp
that their expenses are a
co-npany i n proporlion to
ed,-that they produce as
tity of coal as is produced
rage profit has not been t
annum, and that during t
memorial allege! the gas
increased, they made but p
year lowered thie price of ga
quence of a corresponding
coal. The stock of the com
cent below par in the mark
ed to the commission,shoul
body to appoint one, will alo
mode used to measure gas, af
contradiction to the charge
in ],i'-- ,'ir.,.-charges that
the ur,, ii they receive
to be found amo
For the Gas LiClt '
COLUMBUS
mh 24 It PS

PEA
ESSENCE OF HO
Composed of twently-five
FOR TiE CUftio C ot (.
ness, Irritation of tne Thr
the Heart, Asthma, Whoo
profits expectoration, &c
useful for Publ
All the attempts at imitate
invaluable remedy have enti
e.i.,I.ili i.l ii reputation
:..r itH o'miao
The subscriber. general t
SON, has always on hand a
dy, which ihe sells to agen
terms as the Proprietors -Ve
closing him any sum, not le
Bank notes, (free of post
sent according to direct
its being fres
For sale wholesa
JOS. RO
mh 24 4t* Circulating Li

Oti-TWELFTH WARD.-Th
Club of the 12th Ward wil
WEDNESDAY EVENING, 23
Business of the last importa
mh 23 P WM.


Married on Sunday evening,
Tippet, Mr. CHRISTIAN S.
LINE ROBERTS, a
Died on Monday evening, 22d,
and severe illness, WILLI
Columbus Evatt,aged three mo
friends and acquaintances are
from i ...r *.r, ..' a, i H.. r
This .........,a \V.
On the '2d inst. CATHARIN
O'Hara, afte-a ton .. I"i i.
Christian fortitude. a.,ii
On tle 19th inst. WILLIAM
net and Cathariie Silzier,
On Friday, tie 19th inst. af,
month,, which she here with Ch
tione t God, Mrs. ELIZABETHi
her
HEALTH OFFICE, M
Report of interments in the C
week, endii M,il,,,
Catarrahal lever 9i, [ -rur.
tion 10; Scarlet fever 1; l
sy in the head 1; Stillborn
Adult 1I; Inflammation of
Worms 1; Old age 1; Conges
anil exposure I; Hip Comp
fever I.-Total 58.
Under I year-..........
Between I andi 2.......
2 and 5, ........ ..
5 and 10-.......
10 and 21..... ..
Above 21................
Males, 32-Females, 2
14 were colored person
By order,
OU-AT HALF PAST
on THURSDAY the 25th,
State Armory and Town H
13 drawn ballots-Capitals,
ot 81000 pacth. Tickets$3
81,25. For sale at the C
Baltimoie street
5-i.-,, htur for
P. ft. I_'iiT fHrther ii.,i
will be drawn at the a
0-PUBLIC TEMPE
There will be a public m
perance Society, held i
Church, corner of Baltim
THURSDAY EVENING, the
seven o'clock. Friends of
meeting.
WILLIAM F. P
lj.-The Galleries will b
dies.
MECHANICAL LIBRA
The Thirteenth regulaLr Lec
delivered THIS EVENING
Assembly Rooms bF I. Nev
-The origin and formation
Maryland.
S- TIPPECANOE CLUB No
regular monthly meeting
EVENING, at 71 o'clock.
able.
JOHN- W. WO
mh 24
03- NOTICE.-The Mana
Female Orphan Asylum, Mu
gaged a c..m-il ilt person
done by i,- ,r ,it, att
work cut out and faithful
grateful fo brany w
mh 24
0r-A CARD-The subscri
ut1arly practice in the u C
States.
Baltimore, March 15, 1



Sales at the New York St
750 shares U. S. Bank..
125 Canton Cornp....
Sales of Stock atf ',,
135 shares U. S. Bank,...
NEW YORK
Monday evening
There has been a good busin
The sales are 1500 bales at t
Flour is steady as on Saturday.
at 51; 1000 bus. iye sold at 5
B randywine Flour sold o
The news by tile steamer has pr
the general feeling in tile ma
Exchanges, Including Certifia
in distant places are at p r
Boston ..................- a
Philadelphia-.............-a4 M
Baltiumore............... 4a4 I
Washington, DC.........--a-
Richmond ..............5 a-
Petersbuirg............... 5ta-
Norlblk..............a...5a -
Raleigh.................do do
Wilinugton.............do do
Charleston.............. ^a-
Interior,S. C............. -
Augusta,.................]5a
Maconi.................. B- B
Columbus-...............10al
JTour
Stall -i.. i -.' .., 'anals f
at 80, i.,.i 1 ',1.t1
I'l i '.,.. I i. ... - '


CHARLESTON MAR
Cotton.--T'he upland market
in a very unsettleil state. It
and seller to cone to terms, n
prices. About 460 bales have
ces on terms favorable t
Rice.-The Rice market has b
-iiand holders to indiute oiper
faction on somnie qualities. T'
. I. i receipts of Corn have
els from Norlh Carolina, th
rates, 43a45 ce
Flour-The operations in this
and confined t - .. bakers w
tionis. Bait., li,ii.m and Virg.
his--..n and Lard-Very little
litle during the week. Our q
Cts.;' -.. 6. Sh
Fr. .:.I.- i.. Liverpool weco
5-7d lor square bags Upland
gagements have been made at
land, said l.at 3-8 for Sea I
in square bags, $1, and $1



POR' T OFB
lFrom the Exchange
ARRI
Brig Commerce, P Ir.. l,.,..l i
sngar, miiolasses, -. fti.. i.. o,
Son. Left siip P -i.., H.I.,
Wilmingtin, dis; Aurora, I t...-
une; Veto, Richards, New Y
Wliite, New Haven, loading;
S.;i,... -argo; schrs. Sarah iJ ,
; i,. .,.I. M..,i.,.-,: <.,,.
B irg ",. r, "*,. i .irtw, o
s. i'. ..' ;. ii, (Me.) 11 days f
C,,:I:.-. -umpter, Hobbs,
and lumber, to J. K. Randall.
er on tbe
Blrig Clioctaw, Nickerson,
cargo, to Cla
trig Ahiena, Howes, 10 days
to I. R t
Birig \...ui.,,,,,,,. ,1 ,,,4.
Sbelr. i I,.,,.. ,- I.-...- .i,b,
zil nuts, &c. to.J. W. Osborn,
& Pearce, and
Selir. Stitenadid, Va~rnuin, d7
T. it. Matthews. Experienced
part of d
Scli. Euima, Boss, 4 days f
to I.
Sclir. Washington, 'enfield,
ed cargo, to T. Witrinie
Schr. Mary, Ieowmand, 4 day
meslics, to s
Schr. E. W. Bradley, Chadwi
C. naval stores, to
SchrBe Norfolk Packet, Scott;
Statira, Cotnangtam; and Cutte
assorted cargoes,
Sloops John, North Star, Piom
deipnia, with arthracito
BELOW-Tw
CLEA
Setirs. Mary Augusta, Tarlet
tr; James iower, Kee,,e, Nassa
YoRk.J. W. Brown; Mary Brig
Hankey; Flora, Nichol


At Bremerhaven, Feb. 53, sh
more; J.-I. ,1"...... 4..-. .-i ...
At An. i. -.]i,1,. -i, i' -.i. i.[
At tlun, st inst. brig Neptu.e
Breon
At Mes-ina, 30th Jan. brig G
timore, fro
At Madeira, 10th Jan. brig
Bat'
Off the Weser,23d ult. brig An
for Brt
Off Dover, 20ith Feb. brig B
Balitnmore
OffTrieste, 20lth Feb. ship Helle
more.
Tise ship Lexington, Candler,f
seilles2 Fb
The ship Louisiana, Wolf, fr
New York 2"2d, lst. left 28th
Arctic, ituairk,
Thie slip t[erald sailed fro
mor on thle i Feb.
Thie ship Alexandria Victoria,
Baltimore o tU
The sehip Neptune, Ililkiens,
HlumberF
The slup Eliza, Warwick, for
ing at Liverpo
'The barque Allioth, hence o
7tn
The brig Frances Jane, Thomp
R. was spoken 12tl l tl
Tile brig. gColumbia, Mootie,
in 3 days, were left at Ponc
at i i .,-' -- A,' ', 'o., oper
nit i ,'J r
Sii,- I %'Ii .ol. ie. White
mas, arrived at Porto Cabhl
Time schrs. Roclimster, Atweld,
at New York l
Tuenschr. E. P. Colmen. Walte
Chuarlestont
The scbr. More, Wright, for
Me. llt
The slhr. Armida,Frisbee,fro
mouth, N. It
BOSTON, March 20- CI'd,-shi
olive 14, r,, i., I ,, ,., C.. ,.,.r,
ton; b ,C- L ....I. .i .,,,l' .F
WVarro.. ....r. i .i, [
March 21-Arr ship
Brig Ialtimor
BELFAST,'1' Marchli II-U'd B
Balti
NF W YORK, Marclh'22-CI'
don't Cliffodr, iNOrleans; barq
toria. Matanizas; bIrgs Lucinda,
Falmouith, Janm.; Bo
Arr ship Willham Gray, left
Valparaiso and Sandwich Isla
severe gales fromni the NE and
necessary to puti
Ship t'ahawa
Ship Nicholas Bi
Barque Cutter, Malagai
Iti, I-' -.. i,,i,. p.
,-~ hanc., PR., inco with ,,I,1-St
i ii.,1, C. i.,u ii ..ri. l.. i]
i, :-.. ,...rt .a... t r. e*..,,t
Echo, and Alexander,
March 22. noon--CI'd, shNl,3
Condor, Ponce, PR; Duc 1'.
Lawrence, Bermuda.
Arr ship Sobieski,
Ship Louisiana, Rio de Janeir
brig Junius for NOrleas.
Ship Imperi
Brig Malaga, River Gambia,
usec.; Roxbury, Oriental sldr
Jagor Cape


Brig Portlnd.oie
Sher MEtrllsaat, Magu ez, PR
spokebnrig Francis Jane, I'l
Brig Caroline E Fl
Brig Harriet,
echt Balance.
Schrs Atlantic, Franklin, L
Schr Rochester, Bal
PtHILADELPHIA, March 23-A
Csbello,
Ci'd, ship Montezuma, Charl
ii ." 1-1 --, r l ba ei
I II 'N Ii, t1 arch l.-Air.
Schlir Weymou
Schr William H. D
Schr Amanda
Sailed, ichrs. Johnu Estellte
phia; Ves
NORFOLK, March WO.-Arr.
Baliu
CI'd sahr Zi
March 2i.-Arrsichr Leading
C. re,i)rts having spoken seh
13th inst. for N. York, in the b
3 hours sail of N. York was b
on Thursday, sails spld
A ship from New York, (p
went nip James
CHARLESTON, March 20. -A
Liverpool. 2 -2d ult., lat. 25
Andrews. front Hull,
Barque iHersi
Br. brig Toni Cr
C Lbrig Di
Ct'd Br. barque Sir Robert P
Hav
SAVANNAH, March 16.-CI'd
Johns; schr Frank
Arr brig G B L
March 17-C'ld brig Havre
Arr brig Ster
March 18-Below, btig New
brig Loyall, St. T
March 19--Cl'd, ir. shi
Below, schr F A Tu

0-ADVERTISEMENTS om
attended to
SALE OF TEA
IN PHILA
BY MYERS, CL
TEAS-Cargo of i
ON FRIDAY MORNING,t
o'clock, will be sold
entire invoice of COU
ceived per shin Ven
HYSON,
YOUNG H
GUNPOWDER
IMPERIAL
HYSON,
Musters ol the above wil
with Catalogues early on
purchases are invite
MYERS, CLA
No. 43 Mar
F",, March','3.I1841. ,51,5r,'
fllt'lVF, PI Ol'T
Nos. 70 and 72 South Fr
EARTH E
ON TUESDAY MORNING
o'clock, at the auction
F ront
9kk CRATES
30 comprisinga fuillasso
printed Ware, trom the m
& S
ALSO-50 cases G
inmh 24
BY RICHARDS
NO. 34 SOUTH FRONT
PH
PEREMPTORY SAL
GLASSWARE-On Wedne
31st, at It o'clock at the
Front st. will be sold on a
packages druggists and
Consisting of a full assor
8 oz pie.. i pliw, vials fr
man's visls large and small
mou'h vials; essence of p
Turlingtonn's balsam; Godl
Steers opodeldocks; bears
laem oils; cayennes, mustard
oz, panels; 1 to 8 oz. ink
castor oils; quart and pint
gallon, quart, pint and halti
gallon, quart and pintspe
ogne botl
Catalogues will be ready
examination one day prev
J11 42 A SIGH
.New York,
JAMES
mh 25 No. 117
NTEW YOIK REDS
iN 500 sides, s


E'XCHANGH ON BO
U forsale by THO
mh 24 P7 7 w
N N ET'1IO-J0 baskets A
sale by G
mh 24 P8 6 wa
ALICAN'Tr MATS-150
te MATS-F
ith 24 C R K L
BURROGANS-100 coseps Ki
URNER, WHEELWH
mh
[IiOP RIt E.-n-5',i;l, .
SSHOEMAKER
roh 24
FRANKLINN BANK NO
E. MICK
mnh _2418 Bt e
|I lt%1kl.IFN IAfNh t
I by
mhi 24c eS W r
INSVIU: OIL, ioi L..I;.
sale by
itnhl 24 .1
"l|BUtL '. N. ,--'-.i n1, ,1
1T. ii-iv -iip i...
I[ i O k-i ,e y lle b.y
n. .,-t i I% r i
)LAS'i'ER--200o tons
U brig Splend
inh 24 _&_4
)OTATOES-1000 bushe
t for sale hy
mnh 24 P
IPI'ER-200 bans Pepper
by GA
mh 24 P
P RUNlES-Prunes in gls
J. F. s r fl&Co
U-
mh 24 d4t P
UM -60 barrels lI MN- l
taw andt for sale t.y
mh 24 P se
ALToPETlt- Crude, ofqual
S and for sale byROB
inh 24 6t .5 G
SAIRDIN lS.-Saidine
SJ. F. STR
mh 24 4t P4 S t
f'OAP-500 boxes SOAP,
KZ for sale by
mh 24 d4t P N
INIEGAR-In hhds. and
VG, M. RO
tnh 24 d6t 5


W. CRA4
corner South a


I1 BAGS JAMA
For sale by
mh 24 d~t


4 0 BBLS. PRI
4 100 kegs No. 1 ani2
mh 24 R. HOWARD& CO.
C Y PRESS BONN E'c'S.-l
for sale by
TURNER, WHEEL
mh'24 I".__ __F
tLOV iFNLL.i1) -|-1't5 1
t Cloverseed, a good article
ers, for sale by
mh 24 No
AST'ANA Ls ." nag.-- "1
schr. Thomas,
GARLAND
rah 24 P8 wa
HAIN CABLE IRON-3
round IRON, made i for C
HENRY THOM
mh24 idS P _i
LIVE OIL.-Olive Oil,
qualities, or sal
J. F. STR
mh 24 d4t P 4
OLD RYE WVHISKEY-
WHISKEY, F. Zigler a
hand andl for sale b
mh 24N o19rQ
.HIMENTu--40 bags of gou
b fors
WITHINGTON
mil 24 P_ 8_
EPP R-150 bags hvyuma
landing and
WITHINGTON
mh 24 P 6_
ErsPPR.-1000 bags. mi-
S Just received d
BIRCKHEAD
mh 24 emca
ITCH, &c.-30 bb
5 d SI 55
TINE, landing
mti24 d4t _P J.
K uiT ,ili -M -r iT-l,Sl
111)0totit.II %hllt1T N4,UP ER'II E
n fi.J d I AL-' "'KI N'% in
ANI)I4 lh.\ I; &
mh 24 Fal__
R C I-70 tieres prim
10 half do do l
sale by
mh 24 d4t
EGARS-25,000 low pr
boxes, landing a or
WITHINGTON
mh 24 P 8 l_
S EE OATS.-A lot t.I
perior quality, suitable
or sale by SHOEM
mh%4 d8t N N -'
ICILY WIN--30 qr. c-
Ingham's brand, land
WITHINGTOUN
mh24 P C
SiGAR--Regalias andHaaa,
SdebentAure.
G. M. RO
mh 24 d6t 5_
P L iiAC L ('A II[D ES-l-
ity and assour l .//- I a l
WIIHINIlt.-N
rnh 24 Ti
MELTING CORais-Juma
W assorted iii,,-,h9,.
NILIkld LLHol
mh 21 P No. *3 ?0
W RM A PPING PAP .I--l
ftor Grocers, f
G IM ROB
minh 24 6 __
uHITEHAVANA SIL
S prime q,'ali i', lan
WItllNG iON6 E
mh 24 P 8 w
.JOLLO%' %VAR CAE
sorted in quantites so
comiaodating te
WM A.
mh 24 W


mh






V


WHOLESALE CH
QUiEEN
E M. KERR &[CO. have
Own importal
1 O .PACK G..GES
0 CHIN \,ot entire
and pa
ALSO,.-In addition to the
have reently received
Auction Package Sales, 11
most complete and generate
having bee',i purchased for
of t1h Iiairk.ert, that it e
Counirv dej.lrs on such ter
All that is necessary for
amine the extensive stoc
DUCED PRICES, and judge
elitpt by pur.-liasing
Esahlib
A very liberal discount for
ers on the usual cred
CHINA
Sign ofthe
N. B. Packings as usua
TIDE WATER CAN
HOU
C D. THINKS &CO.
e RAL COMMISSION MI-
Spear's Wharf, Baltimore
M eichanis ar.l t il .'r- itr
salol IINt-soQttEH N'v
CHA'E t1- MIp [
.-'me y.s.m r xperi-r,-e,
'favorable locatlionr, jim lin
will be able to give
Refer to Orndor
S Clark&Kel
Kirkland & Chase
Reynoldts
Drakely &
P. A. & S. Sm
Sterrett & Potter
J. & J. Milliken,
A. B. Demaree
Jona. Hager & Son
mh 24
i,-Tnr- Philadelphia Uni
tinnur.i Intelligencer; the
cate, Wilkesbarre, Pa.; a
publish the above to amou
this ofce.
FRESH
SOOBNCBOXES B
500 200 half bbls do
200 qr.
100 boxes Cluste
2d0 dtiumS
21,0 bhxeu
100 do
50 cases M
10 do Fine
20 do Sw
100 dozen super
25 dozen Jars ass'
25 boxe
t20 cases PRUNES
50000 superior Havana S
18 bags
5 bags
15 bags
Also, all kinds of Candy
the shortest notice
WM. LANA
No. 165 Baltimore
mh 24 6t
PRINTING
a2,)i Reams
200 do
200 do
200 do
300 do
200 do
100 do
400 do
200 do
200 do
2000 do Med
100 do Color
For s
TURNER. WHEELW
mh 24 C 2Sh_
FURNITURE
HE SUBSCRIBER has in
sale of his ow
Spring S
Do do ROC
French Par
Selfacting or R
OTTO
MUSIC
LOU
Sofa Beds,
All of which will be so
WALTER C
No. 104 Balt
mh 24 6t between
SUGAR,MOLAS&ES.
25 lthds. New
15 do do
15 do Cuba
150 bags Rio, Lagnyra,
50 do Java
Young Hyson, Impe
WINES and LIQUO
Nutmegs, Mace, Clores,
Allspice, Soap, Starch,
For sal
WM. & GEO.
mh 24 PS Lomb
THBE UNDERSItuNED o s
most favorable terms th
ceived on c
40 qr. casks Sh
3 Indian bbls Amo
50 baskets
12 dozen M
1 pipe
5000 Ibs C
HENRY THOM
mh 24 d P No
(tt )FI'. .%f% 11 0 4IFi, .
brig i r'hoctaw and other
sea Bi-1 %9 L & SHOES, co
Men's Thick 'peg'd BOOTS
&c. which, in addition to
complete assortm
C. H. CARROL
N. W. corner Baltimore
mh24 6t P
C. 0 V E It'EE -B-
CJ7S BUSHELS CLOV
of r
50 bushels
150 kegs Nos.
100 do LARD,
RICHARD
mh 24 4t
BRA
Pellevoisin, J. Hennemsy.
Alexanmler Seignuetle, Pin
A. Dussait, Sr., super
J.J. Dupty,.
Otard, Dupuy & Co. for
J, F, STR
mh 24 d4t P
S&ALT PE
100 kegs and bbts Bai
25 casks Cram's fir
15 do Tennent's fre
10 do first s
10 do d
20 kegs LITHARGE, i
mh24
RODGERS' CUTLERY
Pocket Knives, Scissor
bove manufacture: among
very Superior RAZORS, wit
in nest cases. Just re
CANFIELD I
mh 24 S. E. corner
P-ALM LEAF HATS
cases Palm Leaf HATS,
meint of white and col'tl;
-White and coloured, som
C. H. CARRO
N. W. Corner ot Balti
mh 24 6t P
SERMAN SILVER
WARES.-A general ass
Wares, consisting of Spoo
Communion Setts, Waiter
arrivals, and for sale
CANFIELD b
mh 24 S. E. corne
C~ OPAL VA
40 bbls Copal VARNI


30 do Japan d
58 do Bri
50 do Coal TAR, in
BROWN &
mhb 24 N


ODFIS
50 drums Gran
]50 boxes do do
60 drums Sm
50 do
For sale by
mb 24
PLASTER, .
669 barrels G
125 do Calci
200 boxei No.2 HERRIN
Splendid, nowlian
THO. R.
mo 24 d4t1l
C OPYING
do PA PE
do INK,
OILED PAP
BRUSHES,t&c
'CUSHING&
mh24
T AR, ROSIN, &
95 bbls.TAR,
79 do ROSIN.
16 do Soft TURPEN
WM. MAON
mih 24
t- BARRELS
tV 15 kegs Glades
25 barrels Monongahal
WHISKEY, f
JAMES
mih 24 No.1NS
AR IRON.-12 tons Bar
ity assorted fiat andl squ
Tire lron4 1 and 4
WM. A, M
mh 24No. 95 B
15 BUSHELS OHI
fVree of all ob
100 ditto prime Timothy
for sale by
mhb 24 No.
-1 l hkdh LBS.
3. V7 WP.P dlings and S
quality, just recei
JAMES
rb 24 No. 1
A0AUK-16 caiS 38 egd k
for sale in lots t
G. M. RO
mb 24 6t )S t
WEAS.-Yotung Hyson,
STEAS, part of fnlue qual
sale by
mh 21 d
AJ Alis;A m BU XiLti
g assorted; tom
MERRILL iC
mhi 24 P 23
EAENETIA&Ni BLINaUS, o
V bhand and o
WAITER
Mb 24 dlw No.


CITY OF B
ORDINA
No.
An Ordinance for the division
fourteen
Be it enacted and ordained by
Baltimore, That from and after
thie City of Baltimore shall be
bounded and described as
The FIRST WARD to comprise
contained within the following
centre lines of Market street,
the harbor; and thence along ti
centre line of Fleet street;n
line to the centre line of Bntir
i...ir- r. ii n in.. ce n tre line o E
iI. ..' i s,- in lin wit y sa i n
tih,. ', 'i t.i.., i mIh,' city;
wardly to tile water of the harb
ter to tht place
The SECOND WARD to comprise
contained within the following
centre line of Market street, Fel
harbor; and themc northward
centre line of Fleet street; a
line tuo thie centre line of Bonds
with said line to the centre li
ihence westwardly on said line
street; anid thence southwardly
amnd thence with the line of sa
ni
The THIRD WARD to comprise
contained within the following
centre line f East Baltimore a
hardly un the centre line of Can
on the centre line ofsai d street
thence northwardly on the said
Harfoird Turnpike road; thence
northli ine of the city; and the
dary line to thie centre line of th
westwardly on said toad and
place of l
The 1 '',Ui il WARD tocomreri,
contained within the following -,,
centre lines of Pitt street and J
centre line of Pitt street eastwa
street; and hence on said line
eity dock; and thence on said
line of Jones' Falls; anti thence
the place o
The FIFTH WARD to comprise
contained within the following
centre line of Pitt street and
wardly on said line to the cent
thence eastward oin said line
street; and thence eastwardly oi
and thence southwardly oi san
Pitt street; and thence weetward
-1 e
**n ili
I i.. .liX]'i WARD to compr
contained within the following
tersection of liliien street an
Jones' Fallsa northwardly to the
on aaid line eastwardly to the
said line south tu the cent,.- ii.-- -
oin said line to tihe centre a.... ." .
on said line westlvardly L nI. -
and thence westwardly te
The SEVENTtI WARD to comprise
contained A insin, in'in it In I..
Belvidere b i ,:e ,i In -m .. ,
Jon es'F a l i in ,r'. lith in. .
sin; thence westwardly along t
Gay stre' i, in ine .,Ia,'o srur (t
thence -.: I .,ri said
northw r,.'il I 6. st,,e-il;,I st
These L i.ilFtA'nl it ittD to compr
which is contained within tin in
at the Belvidere bridge ove I -
along the centre of North untr
t ir.I ,,ie ', i--i' ..s' .". in.'
in.r,, .-. -.i i' ,iu ':, *.n uI..
water; thenee westwardly runnm
until the same intersects the
wharf and Pratt street; thence
street to Hanover street; thencer
B altim ore street; then ce % -- -,I,.
thence north along Libe ,-.. i'--i i
west to the centre of College al
of said alley to the centre line
long Mulberry street eastward
thence northwardly along Cathed
thence eastwairdly to Jones' Fal
to the place of
The NINITH i i',, to comprise
contained witl..- Ir. 1... ..i i 1
tersection of If ..- i ii i'- ., t'i i
tre of Hanover street to Ostend sr
tend street to the north side of t
tapsco; i .-1'.' i '... ii 1- .-a dno" i
w est hirst... .1 1 .I, in. i...ne.
eastern side of Li.ght street to P
centre of Pratt street to
The TENTH WARD to comprise
contained witin the lowin g bo
tersection of Pratt and Hanover s
along the centre of Hanover s
westwardly to the middle branch
long the north shore of the midd
the mou lth i n ..l,, .I *n 1,Ii n. I
said run to . 1i iit .. .. .
Paca street; thence a'ilig Paicas
easiwardly along Pratt street t
The ELtVENTiH WARD to comri
city contained within the foll
the intersection of Pratt and
along Hanover street to Baltim
Baltimore street to Liberty stre
; i -,, i treee; thence westa
..i,- nt ihenee north aion
-,.m, '. .', west along Mulber
thence southwardly along Gre
thence castwardly along Fiyett
'i. n i, b ini.ii. -i i. Paca strei
., .r.I ,i..... i r -iI street i
'I in.. 'I \ I i i i tl W ARD to
city contained witi' ... ..f ftn
the intersection ofI a' 'i.o-.
I Iil.' l it h1 F1 ini- 0 .
-.Iiv .'. in..,,..inI-1 'o, --'', a
runn ti the mnimddle branch of t ;
Patapsco to Gwinn's Falls; theni
city limits; thience along the i
im. u.. i .,i -i c rue- rite
I.- l 1illl' m I.% I ni W ARD t
city contained within the folhmt
the intersection of Greens andt
wardly along Green street tio P
long said avenue to ihe city n
and western limits to Faiyette
street toi lni rii ,
The I i, n 1 m i 1'i iC 'p. \
the city contained withilm thile
at the intersection of Mulberrym
westwanrdly along Mulberry str
northwardly along Green stre
tihcnceo along said averne to tihei
along Ltie city lirins to Catlihe
alone C'athedral street li t
.tnd be it enaeied and ordained,
the Mayor toi Cause this Odiiit;ihi
daily newspapers of time city it
the first day of May, eighteenmt
shtia also provide and furnish
respective Wards, in for.., ..i
with plats of the city, ---- i'- '
the boundaries of the several
dinance.
President of th
ROB. H
President of the B
Approved Marc
SmM. BRAIN

GR1,AT RE
AT NO. 7 LEXIN O
4 Doors West roj Char
A J. BttOWN, SURGEONEN
manulheturerof Miner
still continue to perform ali
the Djintal Profession, at te
low pr
For making whole set oT
inserting ''Teth on gold
"t s
"* "
plugging Teeth with
filling Teeth
'in cleaing "m
d.-!,tl', ih. r,-n
N B I i., ii... minim i c
day andt nieiht, No. 7 L
F'TI{F-'II PI
I|)GaiLY & SON, 15
just received from the
ket,alarge assortment
GOODS; as rich Plain and
do. ro. do. GRO DE NAP;
Swiss and Lustriris; New
PRINTS; Fine anud Extra
Bombazine; Linen Canhr
1 cartoon of Mourning CO
dlework do; Book, Jacone
lins; Extra line Figured L
Fine and extra fine Irish
English ansi French Cott
Bobinet and Gauze Veils;
Silk and Coshmere SHAW
Style R
ALSO.-A large assert
as Ladies and Misses new
all qualities ani shapes; Ln
and colored BONNETS, 5r
in great variety, Men and
horn HATS; we call the a
large assortment of Flore
as we intend to sel ,r
mh 21 ,


NOT
FOR sale on board schr
ing at the foot of Calv
thousand twelve inch I
will be solt in lots to sui
on board, or MNI. Wheel
mh 24


[ l,..tl lHA~tltllttia ,
Ist i na iftis k, is i tnp sin
mu 'rinU .i..I manuhac
about 3-'"I .in Itarrels, u
wood; any older can be fu
IK 1 -1,'I. lI i DEL
N.' in: L'-tweensa Ali
_mh 24 4t*
FFAi'llI LK it I1?S N
-Feather BEllS. Curled
Mattresses; made at short
WALLER i
No. 104 i'..
mb 24 6f hetwoen ni-iti
B t( l A-itM' -to a.-- u Ltninoi
M I Iron, comprising a com
Sinch to 2 inches wide-r
from Liverpoo
OLIVER
mh24 2w Corner Cla d
EGHUORN HATS-Just
York, a fresh supply ofte
col'd double and single Br
plete assortment which
MERRILL & H
mh 24 P No. 23
LOVER. AND i'I'll
bushels Clover SEEID
50 do Timothy SEED. re
HISER &
mh 24 Corner
fVEW O1tLEAx k
S174 hhds) ',I -l]" e
14 tcs. > I \ c"1.'f ca
190 bbls.
JOHN P.
mh 24
SOFF
1000 bags Old White M
150 bags Green Laguayr
130 bags Oldt White Lag
For sale by
mhI 24 t138SG a
UTTEKrAND
B 100 kegs No.
1000 do VINEGAR,sRec
HISERk &
mh 24 Corner Ho
ESSENS
5 canisters ESS
I do
Pure as imported. Jus
JACOB HE
mh 24 PRNo
TI isLTl'I'"Es-"" t.
E\. -IIX\,of warrant
Also, 14\il 1-.. roofing,
dera, bor sale by
mh 24 N os.No
200 TIIRCES prime
S50 hhds. d
100 bbls.
For sale by
mh 24


HIGHLY VALUABLE
AT AUCTION.
T HE subscriber will offer
Exchange, at one o'ol
8th of April, the follow
TATE in the cit
No. I The STORE
112 Baltimore street
'-.n- - ,cedced front
...- .. s 1 B ,tmtr, te t st r
and is now under ment for
to a small ground rent of
N'. 2. The STOE a
f. I I I |altimore stre
L .......' one huinre' and on
rent at $1300 per annum.
ate extensive, and erected
ground re
f No. 3. Their fbursto
116 Baltimore street-fr
l B ."r -i.,' feet, more
,,,,, 111 t.,re
No. 4. The four
v B vert street, adjoni
L'_ .L ,..,i sixteen feet e n c
rir- v. ,, ,...w uomder r
sim
)'s No. 5. The three st
0t.qtIv tack building, N
n %'i to the lot No. 4,t
.. i ,,.. street twent
filty-one leet seven inches
for $8t0 per annum-subje
of $47 38
SNo. 6. The "AS
DING This property
...-. description; it i
about i"....... per annum, a
rentof
1 No. 7. The three
-- Courtland street, se
1>J1 BLberry street-front we
ty-three feet; now under
subject to a -l. 1 t ,,
The litles .. rI, I. i.-of
and indisputable, and sold
:pl. l.mi,.: the ground rent.
S '..... 1 .r the Assembly -di
Oil mortgage for three y
liberal, with further part
on the day ot sale.
mh 24 M242030,
TO THE
To 'T'IE SO S
G F.-'I RGE W 1S IG
II iN, Captain ',wl
Ai =,i l lla%.- the tlowenS
wharf THIS DAY, at 4 o'c
and ,he Portsmouth at
Passengers lor the South
out d
Those for Richmond or P
board the Washington, and a
tination the day after leav
clock. P. M.
mh 24 It P
FOiR CHESTTERTOWN
The SteamCo
p.-,.tNY, Ca
ii,%s sLight teen hat
1Q t ~ osmu'- vThursdayMriga
9 ..'. .,, k i- I. I ,. .l. ,.
the usual landing p
S. M. SIFKtEM
roll 24 d .t __
FREIGHT FOR PET
MO
The steamb
BUS, Captaiti
I-i .ve Lightst
IA.TURDAY
N \ I It.. ':tth 51...'.r
apply to JACO
mh 2t PR d4t No.
PASSAGE TO MAT
TER &8 MIDDLESEX C
The steamb
BUS, Captain
lea-,- I t.st e

NEXT, tHie 271h March, at
Landing, Malthews count
get a conveyance to any
Passage and fare, $5.
JACOB B it \N ,
mh 24 d4t__ No.
--i'OIR hTli' '
p;i,,'l.-I tI ,.i NI TOI. '
pI I [I, I p s a e
i ..i, ii. l i.. < in i
having superior acco
WM. MAS
mh 24 dit51hA
I-I.tO I I I l1.'I,,
\'V\N i \ --lh- r,,, ti,[,-
about 1800 tbbls. burthen; m
given. For freight or pa
modations, apply the C
mh 25
S. FOis.MOBII.r-h-.I.
A h. nis Day-'Ihe .c:O,,I
Ki % .I.,, (being detained by th
clear as above. For lightt frei
THOSE. I k
5 Spear'
Ort-Shippers are requested
Lading.
'.W-e- I' I"t%1', R l.i1A
PI '1'.ll i \N, Capt. Alle
Spear's Aharft, will have
lance freight or passage,
dations. apply to
mh 24
f. dil 5 i :\ .
0 it7& EANOR, Capt. JonFes
apply to
tmh 21 P
:.,Xb.l ,IU-O ,l- .. I .
1, fill,! 1 i7i1 1% N NK N i i I.C p.H w a d
'. {! I lili" lbitS X\
I i .s above, l I ..
THOSE. WHI I'<1D)GE, 12
JINO. K. it, \ NI)AI I
mh 24 P
VIII 1.. N&liE'l1,il'. 'B. i %

it, h .4 ,.IP P __ I .
,C.a!* t-'Olt KI)' J iN--I
S l k,.I- '*.II V ii I'I V,"i,
-all "11 P i,. I, r to,],

i Im l .n in l. in 1. . .
I .H I i) '1l'i,


i:3-Shippers by the line p
age in B'ston than by an
FO]R lISt -'IsO %-- I.
1 i'- packet brig MA
A 1I li.1... des
T. WHITI
imh 24 d P 12
S-7 i'md)I NEW O
1a 1h- |.'.:ket ctir.
master; will have qtick de
to '
.-I'- PI P .i-t
-;js Fri~niH i. W i' nt I
~'frS -The fine regular
Cole, Umaster; will have d
to
mih 24 P Co
c- at? |tor I% I1 i" t
I,, m-T Tie regular l
ing, master; havitie the great
gaged, will meet with despatch
appiy to
mh 24 P
.t- I- 0 ii,' PIi 111 :
a nI I ... IThis Da
J \st m I',\\ ,ING, Passap
apply to
mh 24 P
F FOR PHILADELPII
in-,I Line--The line sloo
'ii 'i.. For a
JOS. H
mit 24 Corner Prat
fNORFOLK AND
S PACKET-Hooper's Oli
Day--the schr. SAMARI
(being detained by the ra
above with what ireig
THOSE.
5 Spear'
Reference-.as. Hooper


NOtFl.OLK AN
im PACKET--.IR'nlir
letisbirg whatf-On -;.''or-
FECTION, Lloyd, master;
of Spear's wharf, and will
apply on b
JOS. H
mh 24 Corner Pratt
7.t slt)t lIlt ilM
SI .,, -To sail on ,. , -I
Vt -. Il'' 1.1 A, Capt. W
of Spear's wharf, and will
apply to
mh 24 Corner Pr
SNORFOLK AN)D I' l.
a PACKETS-New Lin
.. i ,-,. wharf in Petershur
ia now loading at O'Donniull
ply on board, or to
mh 24 Corn Sm
Ii Iilu). I ,1) P
) P -I, 1 .... Sat
.ii'nS tinmnily-hliesonr
EALZA.bIol H JANih, Win.
at hed of Sminth's wharf, an
above. For freight,
WM. M
mb 24 Corner Sm
I ,% i -i1'il 1it; -o
im i L I 1' L ... 1 .
Mn i II .E, Capt. Barnes;
freight may o
THOSE. I
5 -" w'hr
Ref"rence-Ja5. Hooper &
FOIL t SALE-Thep
tM ARNOLD, just arri
... i Dighton, Mass.; 94
large cargo, 35 years old,
For terms
B1RCKHEAD
mh 24
A FOR FREIGHT
The good brig MARS
buitnen, 150o b
GARLAND
mh 24 P
.1 II LI L IL i.. 'I
I-1 I; I he coppere
.:. ........ i ,\ O D
en about 146 tons, carries
order lor any v
WM. MAS
mh 24 !8St
F F.'r VIII 0 [R-CIi-. iiF
4 The superior copper f
Hamburg barque EUDORA,
ke; about 300 tons burthen
wouil be preferred. For ter
on board, at Jackson's whar
mh 24 d44* W
WANTED-A good
5000 bushels to loadr
mh24CLARKMKLO
A CARD.-Mr. FRAN
merchant, a native of
emigrated to the United St
settled in Baltimore, will
vantage by calling
BRAUNS
mh 24 1 t


HOLLIDAY STR
In consequence of the len
wil open on this night at
will commence at quarter
seats $1, Boxes 75 cis., Pi
MISS LEE'
LAST NIGHT B
NAIAD
THIS EVENING
Will be presented, ithe new,
Romantic
THE NAIAD
Or, The Mysteries o
A Hornpipe, in character
Charles Foster. Miss Lee
Smole
After which, a grand Mi
LIFEOF NAPOL
With all the o
Napoleon Bonaparte,....
Molly Maloney ........
Mr. E. FORREST is engag
will appearon Monday eveni
is also
fgJ-Tickets and places f
daily at the Box office f
ill o'clock. 2
AMERICAN THEA
0WO PERFORMANCE a
N Establishment on th
..,.,tr.' ri Thirsday, i
-,.; l, I-. .1 tM upon the pro
ENTERTAINMENT. 2
BALTIMOR
AND GALLERY OF
CORNER OF BALTIMOBRE
tK r> KT A
POSITIVELY 'T
T iHE Manageress has mu
Sable to announce, that
she has effect
FOR I hi tLb NI
With the jums il ..0i.,,"
MR. HIL
Alias YAN
The far fameil represent
arities, who will have the
from his most popular Yan
sented by lim in the prince
antd in England, Ireland s
decided success-being the oi
zens of Baltimore will have to Q-
ties as other engagements w
of his remain
MISS RE
The celebrated vocalist
and lastly from New York,
Musical Olios, is also eng
of celebrated So
Mrs. H \ IlIl Ni; I'tNo w
Forte.
THIS EVENING,
*O- For PROGRAMME, se
:cr-Tickets 50 Cents.
at i a'l past Seven o'clock
count o f the weather,
ABINGDON
HARFOR
HE SUMMER SESSION
(now in a flourishing c
one ot the healthiest antd
the State,) will commene
andt continue 5 months. Ti
pared to take 4 boys-not
his own family, and, conseq
attention to any communica
the subject, or ifa person
he-on the 5th or 6th ol Ap
may leave their address at t
NATHANIEL
Princi
Terms $60 p
REFER
Rev, Dr. Johns
" Henshaw,
RI. Eunory,
late Prof. at Carlisle,
W. Prettyman,* S
N. C. Brooks, A M.
t'rin. P. High N,.i1.. i.
Cui. C. n' *11,o,*
Pres. Boar
*Have had or have so
mnh 24
I .Al'. Ml'. im., I '
March 22d
FRIHE President and Dir
-9 Bank of Maryland have
three per cent, on the st
months, ending in the 31st
ter the first Monday of Ap
the Western Shore, at the
btockholders on thie Eas
Balnk at Easton, upon per
exhibition of powers oh att
older. B
mh 24 law3w TH
UGHJEN H.INS, next
rietta Winttkle-lu Ba
ordered by thie court this
the sale of the property m
of tlim cause, as having b
ny, Trustee, be ratifietdi a
cause to the contrary be sew
instant; Provided a copy o
two daily newspapers, dil
per, before said 30th insta
tee states the amount of
der. True .. i --
bmh 24 'i
A (E.t'T-L31111 nil i I. i.
inients wants a situation
demy or respectahleDay Sch
several years experience int
to instiruct ini the several
extensive conur'e of math
Lalin and French Langua
partnments of a finished edu
(post paid) or personally, to l
tice,corner ot Baltimore and Fr.i
Md. mh 24
%, \ i i 'E -' or $6,
t RYLAND OR CITY 6
for five years; for which a
encumbered City Pr perty w
purchased at pi.r, interest
terly, as may be desired.
Post Office.
l AN'1 It. It' Itl' 1
i in some healthy part
ing from 100 to 300 acres,a
stock and farming imptemen
best of references ru-mr
ally to (;LI ktH g
nth24 C corner B
0'HtKif-4) CliClFi,. L.Oh
V- young work Horse fo
office, o
IlOit SALE.-T'i'he time
best in the city, to serve
fourteen years old. Appl
Agency Office. No.2 Fayett
num's City Hotel.
mIt 231 ________
A FOR RENT.-The 'i,-
DWELLING adjoining ti
5U Exchange Place. A
gan, St. Paul's street
WO PR
O00 t fU6 10 RZ
.IP UVlaryan St Mar a
No. 2Wtbr 1841.-To be dr
'I'T)-DAY, March 24th, 1
Mana
GRAND
a PRlIZE OF $10,00oi
1 = : "' 10,000
1 i 4,000
Tickets $5,-- har
F.-For Tickets apply t
Managers, Corner City I
S610.OO
AND 10 O
THIS AFTERNOON, 24th
Md. State Lottery. Tickr i.
$40,000, and 30 of $i,"
DAY ,27th March,
Tickets $10,-sha
For Prizes Apply
MUSEUM B
mh 24 P BALTIM
I)OlLE'S EVER
Continues to be the plan
disposed at. Comb. 2 9 66
2 6 67, a prize of $500, bo
office in the Virginia Mo


drawn on Saturday, March
the drawn Nos :-32 6 28
Lowe' .;i
On( WtI'II ',I,\Y, the
will be drawn in Baltimo
140.0O10. ..-.. Ticket $5,
iI t-1 11'1i' \Y, Alexandria
$S,000. Tickets $2,
On FRIDI)AY, Consolidate
Capita l prize $12,000. Ti
port
On SATURDAY, the sple
Academy, will be da
GIm 5.1 S.Du,
Ght 1. M)'o L 1 V.
1 PRIZE OF *.4:tlmliii)
1 do. 15,0001
1 do. 10,000 30
I ho. 6000 6
1 do.
Tickets $10.-,'in.-
0J-For sale in the r- ii-.i n
by the -,'k.-f ,.gle t.
DOY n'.-', I 1"n.-, and 1. P
street, opposite the Baltii,..r-i
pot, Baltimore. Orders p
will receive prompt atte
^"I'.AT' ARMORY
I l I E II;\''.-Clamsstwo
at Baltimore on THURSD
Numbers, 12 Draw)
"' ik
I PRIZE OF $125 ,5
1 ito 1
59 do 1
10 do
10 do
2U do
20 do
60 do
114 do
124 do
124 do
248 do
218 do
4,092 do
24,583 do
29.705 PRIZES, amou
Ticket $5,-Halves 92
-tr-Tickets l
COMMISSION
No. 146 Baltimore
mh 20 0d4t1
FRANKLIN ilS t i
SORltL FRANKIN
QP f. FOR SALE, ona cre
without interest, for an a
advertiser will receive ap
Office from principals only
Address R. S. T.
6j 5d [ WANTED-Fo
$15O ll which a mortgage
on a new building on Balti
thousand dollars. This p
of at private sale it a fair
loan is effected. Any on
on the subject, will pleas
American,


PUBLIC

By Henry Be
No. 11 GERM
CLOTH SALE,-THIS
inst, at past 9 o'c
POO I1CES FIN
%0 SUPER CLOTHS & M i.
HENRY B l.

PACKAGE SALE.-
24th inst. at 3 o'clock,
warehouse,
I PACKAGES BRIT
S &.AMERI DRY G
Super fancy Chintz Print
Stripe Ginighams;
Mouselaine de Laine
Jt and blue black
Fignered Gauze Veils; b
Black and mode col'd
Thibet mourning Shawls;
Thread Lace, cotton Um
Plain and fig'd silk Paras
Union and Delaware 'Ticks;
Kentucky Jeans; book M
Blue, dark and cadet mix
Q.illti,'; Muslin Inse
Cambric Muslins; Mous
French Prints, 4-4 bleached
Bandanna Hdkfq; sati
Print d Jaconet Cravats;
Genoa black Silk Velv
White silk corset Lace
Ladies figured satin C
Black fillet Gloves and
Plaid Poult de Sole;
Gauze Hdkfs; brillantine si
Chally Hdkfs; fig'
Fig'd Sat
Bioche Ombre Taffeta
Colored Poult de Soie; M
Heavy changeable and
Plaid Ombre Gros de Napl
Plaid TaffetaShawls; plaid
Lupin' super black and
French Lir.en Cambric
Batiste Linen Cambrics;
Flannels,
Catalogues will be prepare
for examination, early on
sale. mh 24
By Hoffma
NO. 5 NORTH C
CLOTH
ON FRIDAY MORNING.
ckcck, on the second flo
will
in PIECES FI
e EXTRA SUPER C
STYLE CA
mh 23 H OFF&C
By Mob't. 1
NO. 8 GERM
N SATURDAY MORNI
at 11 o'clock
*I CASES MEN
?-6 L 7 do. Boys
ALSO, ani invoice of GOO
anti Single barrel GUNS; B
tols; Percussion Caps; Lea
Snuff Boxes, a
B. A. TAY
Catalogues will be ready
mh 24
N THURSDAY AFTE
at3 o'clock, in lots fro
assortment ot FRES
mh23It.A.TAL 8
By J..
OLD TOWN AUCTION
NER OF N. GAY AND
XECUTOR'S SALE.-
Executors, 1 will sell
o'clock, in Eutaw street.
part of the household fu
deceased, in part cane sea
any dining and breakfast ta
rods; bureaus; beds; &c.,
purposes. Terms cash. t
mh 24
VALUABLE HIGH
T'Y-Executors Sale-1
DAY 20th April at 4 o'cl
Highly Valuable LOT OF
west side of High street
and directly opposite t
Tavern. The Lot fronts Hit
leis and runs back about
C-. provements are a lar
'l I, ,i, cieod rrepair ando
1 v2J.. .ryv Brick Building
Lot a Brick Lime house w
annum. The property is
third cash the balance at
est SAMEL WIL
mh 24 PS eo

AYETTE ST. PROP
by order of the Orphan
County. on MONDAY, the 5
M. on the premises a
north side of Fayett/e t. ne
on Fayette street and runn
all the improvements,
BRICK H-I il l'..,with a
arr.,:..t i.,r a genteel i
f ] .i 1.1 -.1 !,' :1 per an
I r.r. ..i ,- ,- ash, balance
12 months, with interest a
part of the personal estate
ceased. MART
mh 24 eols S

lPRUSTEE'S SALE
S -By virtue and in pursue
for the benefit of Creditor
tee, on FRIDAY, the 26th i
corner of Hillen and Ex
GROCERIES. LIQUORS. &c.
and brown Sugars; Rio, St
Chocolate; Starch; Rice;
Oil; Molasses; Hvson, Yo
Pepp Ir!i.;; F;i.t and
Oil; ('i.--r i i,.. r. To
tic Brandy; Jamaica and
bon and Malaga Wines; A
Whiskey;3 large Oil Cans;
Fixtures; Scales; Weights
Balance. Terms cash
SAMUEL WILL
mh 20 te

ICE AND DW
FOR SALE.-The subscr
55 JLced, from circumst
no control, to offer at
DAY next, 25th inst., at 3
G. Fyfer, on the Falls road
houses, situated as follow
Falls road, near anti adjoin
ice house at the Laiville
road, near Starr's Tavern;
ry's ice houses, in the sam
ing the late Charles Jone
has been put up under the
and direction oi the subsc
preservation, and may be
without consulting the exp
houses and the quantity t
terms, which will be liberal
Also at the same time an
that highly valuable prope
ceetly occupied by the sub
mond street 25 feet extend
alley. On this lot is e
story BRICK HOUSE,
55 derwent thorough r
for the reception of a gen
this lot is a valuable St
twenty-five dollars ground
also, will be liberal, and t
whole, which will be give
complying wi
CATHARIN
mh 20-ts

B VALUABLE D
STORE-I will sel
55 April. at 1 o'clock at
able LOT OF GROUND, si


Charles street and Guiltord
inches on Charles street,
ved by a double two sto
LING, arranged for two H
Lot there is also a two s
arranged and built for tw
been and is under rent for
tenants at $275 per annum
property $26.67. The abo
in value daily, and the loca
the best in the neigh
Terms, one-half cash, bal
with interest, mh 20
9O0 LBS. BOLOG
7 considered to be
'iii. h will be sold in lots
'' in a fnlue conditioner
shippers can obtain them
sale by RO
mh 22 4t cor. Penn.
NORRIS &.
NO. 216 BALT
H AVEtijust received per s
ladelphia, from Liverpoo
vals-90 Packages of H
part of Elwell's HOES, O
CHAINS, SPADES antd
VICES, ANVILS, Frying
NAIL.S, Mill and Cros
%,i i.' lllN .. ,l j. an
If.. [ i,.,- 1 ,,,f a I,,l s
-ill: I.U .F i,.'i ml.,.'.. bin',
sing teirms. 2
A BRICK YARD.-FOR SA
TURES of one of the be
city. It is advantageously
order for manufacturing Br
clay is very good. For ter
at the office of the Ame
GARDEN
UST RECEIVED, our re
rate GARDEN SEEDS, f
ot London, consisting of
Beans, Cabbage, Radish,
nip,&c. All we need say
mendation of these Seeds i
the same .. ,Il- a.,-r who
supplied ti. .- 1. I. they
and as we always receive t
never has been or can be a
quality or kinds of Seeds
rived in remarkably fine
Wholesale a
SAMUEL AU
Corner of Calvert
P. S. By the n,-, ,e..,.-,
first rate lot ot iL i-,c,,,
I.c.
For sale as above some v
Gardening, Orchardig; th
mh 20 a-__ w itt'
ARE CIHANCE.-The s
R sale his stock of G
contained in his store, at
Baltimore streets, form
Owings, one of the most p
city for the above busin
partner having from 800 to
no doubt prove a pr
mh 20 4t


- PUBLIC


By WImN. G
O'DrJNNLL
THIS DAY, the 24th in
the warehouses, O'Donnell
barque Leds, from Rio de J
S[FEpBAGS COFFEE art
46I and 3 trong sc
Will be added to
2 O BRLS. WHI
200 100 bags do
90 boxes bu
ALSO, now landing exr
S HHDS. CUBA
I 1 GAR. WM.
Bpy K. jLeu

O N FRIDAY, 28th inst.
Auction Stores on Buch
ot the brig Wa
HHIDS.PORTOR
t346 14 bbls. rep nt
4 HHiDS. PORT
10 Tierces do
AL
9 O HAVANAS
S tied to
700 DRUMS OF
70 FIG
200 drums Extra ElemeI
68.000 super
6,000 do do
8 tons LIGNUMVIT2E,
it may
20 hhds. Porto
1000BOESBUNCH RISN
S 1 1if[ BOXE
9 JtoL do 9(d0 o
400 do do
105 boxes Mus
94 do Bloom
700 do Clust
140 bags Afric
Will b
A NUMBER OFSEC
tmh 24
ON MONDAY, the 291h
at the Exchange, a va
the S. E. intersection of
running thence easterly f
feet; thence southerly 300
thence binding on Alice An
tion with Harford Run 90 f
the place of beginning. It
borhood of the Depot grant
timore and Ohio Rail Roa
mh 23R ._&C
isaMi l ,tn. Uover
S. E. CORNER OF L
MARSH MAR
N WEDNESDAY, 24th i
will sell at my store, a
second hand Furniture, a
hand clothing; cutlery; a
number of stand casks,
SCHR. FRIENDS
S will sell on FRI
26th inst, at 11 o'clock,
all her sails, rigging; tac
in complete order for sai
will carry 35 cords of oa
st. %harf, between Barre
site Capt. Needham's stor
itively be sold to the hi
mh24 P

ORSES, CARRIA
1 GONS, DRAYS, SAD
at Auction.-I will s
NEXT, 25th inst., opposite
the following very valuable
of the following, viz:-12
for saddle, harness or wag
two horse Carriages; 2 Dr
square Carriage; 2 new B
rior gaited Horse; Saddles;
Together with every artic
kept livery stable; all of w
eat bidder, as the present
sin
Terms.-All sums under $0
$50 four months, with app
interest from day of s
mh 20A ctoe
By Furlong
Corner of Lombard and
SHOES,
N WEDNESDAY MO
clock, we will sel
25 dozen superior
25 do do
25 do do
25 do do Mor
25 do do
Also. Ladies and children
Travellin
FURLONG & FA
The Trade are respect
mh 23
ORNAMENTAL EV
N WEDNESDAY MO
at 10 o'clock, at No. 9
1u sell, without reserve
chasers, 1628 EVE
and in prime order, co
Pine, Cedar, Larch, &
Also,immediately aft
place, 25 kegs
At 11 o'clock, at our Sal
and Charles sts.a lototne
ture, Beddin
mnh 22 FURLON
By R. I.
NO. 24 SOUTH C
IN PREPARATION, and i
I by us, at public auction,
assortment of Furnmture;
French Mirrors; Clocks an
na Vases, with shades and
Wate, as rich cut Decan
Wines; Cordials; centre Bo
&c.; Pianos; Dry Goods; Gun
did Chandeliers; a great a
bronzed astral and mantel
tresses; cane seat, windsor
boards: Pier Tables and P
other
Splendid Oil Paintings,
A very extensive lot of pa
and Hearth Rugs; Cutlery
Arti
Also, a splendid assortment
glass shew Cases
Tha above is the stock o
Charles street opposite t
of the time of sale w
mh23 2t ._ RM.H
LL On WEDNESDAY, 24
ltlclock, P. M. at the
JU .that valuable
on McElderry's wharf, ad
ker. The advantage of thi
water, readers it very desi
brought through th
mh 23 2t
V ERY NEAT AND
NITURE.-On WEDNES
at 10 o'clock, we shall sell
mily declining housekeeping
ply, ingrain and Venitian
chamber carpetsand carpeti
heavy brass parlour and
shovels and tongs; brass fi
feet; full French mahogany
hogan rocking chair, spr
soha, spring seat; mahogany
mantel looking glass; one
shades and flowers; mahog
window curtains, with gilt c
colored engravings in gilt
ters, tumblers, wines, &cc
brittannia tea ware; maho
&c.; chamber furniture, ;
marble top, toilet glasses; b
together with an assortment
which is a first rate cooki
plete; also a nine plat
The house is situated o
north of Secondl street on
open early on the morning
Bankable money.
mh 22 dts


ON FRIDAY MORNING
ii.st., at 10 o'clock, A
Auction Store, an assort
TURE, FANCY ARTIC
WARE, CUTLERY, &c. &c.
secretaries; pier sideboard;
rooms; offices and stores.
valuable for Gardeners us
horse carriage nearly
mh 22 dts R. M.
O N WEDNESDAY NEXT
42 o clock, P. M.on the
I five new 2 story BR
=Ilon Franklin street, b
i worth. These houses ar
and basement stories; two
tor stairs, built on lots 13
an alley. Ground rent $2
halt yearly. Terms, a cre
until the first day of July
and the other half in 90 d
wi;h interest fro
mhi22 dts P R.
FOR SALE.-The und
priv.te sale to close
FLOURING MILL on
It consists of a brick Mi
house, substantially buil
steam Engine of30 inch c
Machinery for four run o
the above property is situa
hundred feet, running one
street, forming a square
and subject to a ground r
is not disposed of before t
on that day be sold at auc
at the Exchange, at
ja6 2awt24M J B
COFFEE MILLS-300 bo
Imitation Wilsons, Par
box COFFEE MIL
A. R. B
mh 22
CYT''HES-450 dozen In
S& Whipples.TatsFarwell
Grass and Bramble S
A. R. B
mh 22
jAC KS-300 boxes best
S oz. to 24 oz.
A. R. B
mh 22 2 n
CYTHE SNEATHS-l100
S Sneaths, for sale
mh 22 2 r t
OOP IRON-Assorted, f
stantly for sale by
mh 92
VINEGAR-Superior
stantly for sale who
JACOB S
fel9 eolm Howard at.
MW ERCEK POTATOES.
M superior, in store
RUTHERFORD
mh 23 P


this extremely interesting
ested-which will proce
Monday, March 29th, at 1
Lexington and Howard.
mh22
G ROUNlD RENTS A
Rthorised to purchase
well secured GROUND
such for sale, will please c
Office, No. 13 Law Bui
FOR SALE, and LOTS TO
of the city. "
Property and Co
m h 5b15 P __
F.IADAME ARSANT,
LEhonor to inform the ladie
rival with a great asso
BONNETS, SILK tbfordres
en Files, and other articles
fashions, which will be s
The ladies that would honor
are respectfully invited to
Madame Arsant's residence
sho
At MRS. DEVILLE'S
mh23
LADIES' BOOT A
No. 4 S. G
OBERT JENKINS resp
S former customers and th
having returned to the ci
the business as heretofor
will be punctually attend
T IIE PUBUIC are cautiur
Sthecrew of the Hambu
Capt. J. W. C. Meicke, as
ing will be paid,by the
mh 23 4
AND OFFICE MONEY.
M duced rate, a Treasury Cert
titling the holder to enter
Land at any of the Land of
ply to
mh 23 d4t* 52
CHILIAN COPPER
41/11 BARS C
34 4 25 tons LIMA WOO
Eudora, from Valpa
mh23 d4teo4t*
1N FORMATION IS W
colored man by the name
or SAUNAI, who is said t
between 1804 and 1816.
native of New Orleans;had
lipoccasioned by being
Indian; could imitate perf
dances, cries and gestures,
dialects. He had been to s
of Africa, and is said to ha
capacity of a barber. Any
pecting his deathin what
be thankfully received an
for all trouble by
mh 19 d4tat' H
WVA: TEV MMEDIATEL OT
1TAaTED IMMEDIY
ofl respectable family
ferences. A German
CHS. WILL
7 Hanover St.. a f
bi 23 re


PUBLIC S
Bty J. F. Os
No. 32. S. CH

G ENTEEL FURNITURE
WEDNESDAY MORNING
10 o'clock at our store a g
hold FURNITURE; as Bur
gany Chairs; Cane Seat C
ing do; Side Tables; Bre
Rack; Wardrobes; Bedstead
ble and single Mattresses
Mantle Clocks; Portable
Straw Matting; Pier Glasse
Servants do; and to close
and Clothing,&e. &c.
mh 22 P
PUBLIC SALE OF
ERY, &c. &c. &c.-In p
order of Baltimore County
to insolvent debtors, the
trustees, will sell at
MORNING, Match 25th, inst
No. 86, on Baltimore st.,
ment of Books, Stationer
ready for delivery on Tues
can be had on application
be continued from day to d
til the who
Ternis el sale, on all pur
six months, with such secure
prove; all sums under $30
goods pu
JOHN GLENN,
mh 17 BRANTZ
J. F. OSBOURN
By J. Wi
S. CHARLESisT., ONE
ON THURSDAY MOR
inst. at 10 o'clock, at N
will sell Dry Goods, compr
longlawns; Cambric Musl
Holland; brown and;bleache
ses prints; Britania and
Suspenders; 260 dozen spo
and eyes; Cloths; Cassime
Jeans; Ribbons; Braids; 1
&.
New and Second Hand Fur
Bedsteads and Rocking Ch
paper that must be sold to
tity of cheese: 22 bbl
mh 24A .W
Sy WIever,
No. 28 SOOTH C
RY GOODS, ENGL
On FRIDAY MORNING, 2
clock, on the third floor
Charles st., we will sell wi
sortment of piece and c
in part of20 pieces of b,.t
tins; 50 pieces Mouselin
nets; Calicoes; Fancy and
Clolhs; Cotton and Silk
HdkfE; Irish Linens; Ging
Gloves; Book Muslin; Pant
Pongee Hdkfs; Nankeens;
metes; Satinetts; Vestings
Prints; Spool Cotton; Rib
nels, &c. &c. Terms ca
mh 24 3t W
CARRIAGES, CARR
lA2 dU
N WEDNESDAY, 24th
precisely, in frontofour
at.. we will sellwithout
ROUCHES; 2 newCabs do
good order; 2 new north
-AL
HORSES, viz: 1 p
well broken to harn
Saddle Horses do.
will be given, for
endor
mh 23 WEVER, C

NEAT & WELL K
1On WEDNESDAY MOR
inst. at 10 o'clock, we will
Fa, elre .. between Charl
well kept and neat Furnitu
longing to a gentleman re
We will enumerate as part,
pel; brussels and venetion
set walnut furniture, consi
chairs to match; 2 pier bo
I lounge do &c; mabog. pil
breakfast do; spring seat r
hog cane seat chairs; sever
lined engravings; astral a
naments; venitian blinds;
china and glassware; stair
toilet and washstands; bed
sin; looking glasses &.c.
of culinary articles: Term
mh22 P WEAVER, C
By II. W
60 BALTIMO
T O BRICKMAKERS
TRACTORS, &c.-PUB
suances of an order of th
the subscriber will sell at
at Canton,on WEDNESDAY,
11 o'clock, one BRICK
patented by Mr. Nathan
mould 15 to 20,000 bric
ENGINE, now worked onl
brick, said to be eight-ho
Wells and Miller; with Too
trying on the business, co
Spades, Sh
At the same time andti pl
from the Canton Company,
from 1st May, 1839, to 10
Canton, with the right of
Lease to the ground on wh
ING and improvements. T
the best manner, at a co
situatedmost convenient l
brick
Also, 20 to
The terms of sale will b
day of sale, and the bala
with interest on the purc
sale. The credit payment
with security to be ap
STEPHEN
mh 24_H. W
VORCE'S COAHMAK
M ENT, with some 10 t
lings-the Smith Shop,
&c. will be sold
MLB NOON, April 8, J841,
Canton near Kendall's Ra
Mr. Force's Coach Establi
Steam establishment which
DAY 9th day of April at t
will afford for three succ
sales at Canton, worthy o
to that fashionable res
mh 24
G GUARANTEE FOR S
ard double secured
tion at my store, o
March 25th, 1841, at 10 o'
various capacities for size
Bankers, Brokers, Mercha
variety of Dry Goods, Jewe
ware, Crockery, Clothing,
hold effects and Furniture
now for i
A most extensive sale o
Ware, Hardware
The entire stock ofT. Su
Lexington, by order of th
ing, March 29th, at 10-e
two large Warehouses. Pri
day, March 29th, at my s
families and dealers, will
now for inspection,
GALE OF CLOTHING
SQUEES-WARE, at my
TURDAY MORNING, March
ing all the variety in c
Merchant Tailor-with Cut
Also two Urates Queens-W
try store. With Furniture
Dry G
T.Sntliff's Stock of Chi
day. 1 shall be prepared







PUB.liC S E.

CONSTABL
B Y virtue ol a witt of fi.
Esq. at the suit of Wi
Joseph Passano, against
John W. Watkins, Nicho
Hooper and to me directed
0Lm ken in execution a
= ;1Wand LOT with other i
lU ,situate and fronting o
street, and beginning for
sixty feet northerly from t
tersection of the north si
the east side of Amity s
northerly bounding on the
tbfourteen feet so as to in
story brick house, erecte
scribed, thence easterly ptag
sixty feet, thence southern
fourteen feet to another
William Patterson to Mary
erly binding thereon sixty
ning. The said property b
ground rent of fourteen do
ly. And I hereby give n
the 31st instant at 4 o'cl
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 6t,
VIRGINIA LA
NTENDING to resume th
1 offer lor sale, two va
Fauquier county, Va.
VIEW FARM, my present
about 600 acres, situated
ing to Alexandria, within t
ing town of Warreoton, th
Ceunty-where there ar
Schools, several Churches,
a few miles from the Fauqu
The land is of good quality
ductive state of cultivatio
further improvement, by t
ter, which acts finely on
cated near the centre of t
,A frame DWELLING HO
l= rooms, well finished, a
UU ed; stone kitchen, b
ice house, corn house, ca
convenient Barn, 70 by 35
which furnishes ample stable
a goou Garden, a pump in t
springs of pure water, co
large and valuable Orcha
the trees planted by myself
care from the nurseries
and Alexandria, of the ch
variety, are now coming i
soon be a source of consi
being rolling upland and ki
is adapted either to farmi
both combined. The field
ed, and well taken in clor
about one hundred and forty
be sown with clover, and t
This Farm, located as it
unrivalled for health and
its other advantages, pres
may desire to secure a ple
lubrious and beautiful cou
The other tract, calle
Duffey's, contains about 3
-is bounded on its Weste
bthas a good DWELLIN
int and that portion of it
under rapid improve
plaster system. Mill Run
grounds on which afford e
Meadows. 'There is a scite
which, from its position,
tom, and give handsome re
ment. This Farm in the ha
dustrious man could be m
two tracts combined would
Farm. They will be sold se
purch
I also offer for sale sev
town of Warrenton, and if
I will sell with the Hom
Servants, the Furniture, a
stock of Horses, Cattle, S
ing imp
Terms.-The Town Lots,
Land on a long credit for
chase money, the payment
further information address
post paid at Warrenton,F
JACOB D
Mountain View, Va. Ma
VALUABLE BUILDING
designed, as Trustee,
of the High Court oh Chan
sale, on the premises, o
April next, at
SEVEN VALUABLE BU
ate at the north west corn
streets: six of these lots
with a depth of one hundre
twenty.-five feet front, w
is paved and Lombard str
lots are suitable for mech
to secure for themselves a
dispu
The terms of sale, as pres
one-third cash on the day of
est in six months, and th
twelve months-the credit
notes with approved securi
can be seen at tha off
WILLIAM F. GI
mh 17 law4t
P PUBLIC SALE.-By author
and Testament of Peter G
more County, deceased, th
disposed of at private.offer
bidder, on THURSDAY 25
o'clock, P. M. at Thomas
miles from the City of Bal
turnpike road.-A part of t
----,-eewed, consisting ofa tr
in Carroll County, Maryl
Brown's tavern, binding o
adjoining the lands of Joh
Doctor Hall, containing 2
.L& less, with the improve
''LOG DWELLING and
i.LE.U150 acres standing i
Span. oak, and chesnut. A
the property will please t
John Evans, who resid
Terms of Sale-One-thir
twelve and twenty-four mo
approved security, bearing
sale, PLEAS
Executor of Peter G
fe 18
POSTPONED.
ORPHANS' COURT S
an order of the Orphans'
County, the subscriber, as
public sale on the premise
on TUESDAY, the 30th da
o'clock, P. M., ALL
situate in said city, and
ginning for the same on
ton-street, a short distance
the north east corner of
situate in said city, and l
and wife to Lowry F. Gor
easterly and bounding upon
ton street eighteen feet si
leased by said Pennington
nell, thence running sout
Burchnell's lot one hundre
thence running westerly a
aforesaid eighteen feet s
Gorsuch's lot, and thenc
said Gorsuch's lot northern
to Lexington street the pl
is subject to a yearly groun
and fifty cents, payable
paym
,j The improvements c
fluff Brick DWELLING, i
,IUU.the lot might easily
erection of another Dwel
The terms of sale as pre
that one third of the purc
and the other two-thirds o
mn'nih., with interest fro
with gurti security is re
ments. GEO.
mh 17 2aw2wP ELIS


TRUSTEES
N PURSUANCE of the a
subscribers, by a deed of
creditors, they will offer
change, at one o'clock
15th dly of April next, th
perty,
A LOT OF GROUND lying
City of Baltimore, beginni
street 120 feet easterly f
ning thence easterly on Le
alley, thence southerly bi
feet, thence westerly 14 te
the beginning-subject to t
payable 1st Marc
Am The Improvements up
1I 'a two story Brick D
MBgood order and suitab
ALaO.-A LOT OF GROU
of Baltimore, and beginni
Lombard and Eutaw street
twenty feet, thence norther
thence on Cider alley 20
thence on Eutaw street 17
Lot is
J The improvements co
M BRICK DWELLING,
Lombard street, and a
der alney, used as
ALSO-A LOT OF GROUND
east side of Exeter forme
inches southwardly from th
and Exeter streets-runnin
15 feet thence easterly 41
erly 15feet and thence to
a yearly ren
,bi The improvements o
h!TTiftwo story Bric
A. .l bac
ALSO-24 shares BaIt. i
9 do Union Manuf
do Powhatan
The Terms of Sale will b
balance in equal payment
approved srcurity arl i
JI'HN GLENN,
mh 22 eo GEORGE W
FOR SALE.-A beautiful
FARM, in Harford coun
ing about 200 acres. It is
Port Dp-riit Bridge and
Grace. I hie Tide Water
abundance, and a convene
either to Philadelphia or B
of this farm are in a high
the same quantity in wood,
improved. On the premises
LING, completely fini
tfM, winti iour uomi,, and
lLLU.rt.,or, and il- ven oo
aloeniii piemise., ihei
ho,ue, anrd all wbe nces
plete repair. There is a
of choice fruit and in eac
Any person inclined to
particular information, b
subscriber, residi
W M1. F
Churchville. Har
N.B. Payment %ill be mad
pf Lthe puichisier,


PIJBLIC S
PUBLIC SALE BY
SIGNEE.-976.1CRES
County, MNlarylanI sluale
half way between Baltim
miles from Elkton, and 13
On TUESDAY, March30
nHB lic sale, at 7' o'clo
JjUPhiladelphia Excha
containing about976 ACRES
Marylani, between Elkton,
from Elkton. The tract is
and the remainder covered
many Chesnut trees are gr
quantity of rails may be
-is well watered, and spri
places for improve
The Baltimore Post Road
of the tract, and the Phi
Baltimore Railroad crosses
phia, and 47 miles from B
,nication may be had with
hours, two or three time
are two substantial two s
which havin
It might be divided into
150 acres-another 250 ac
which is a dwelling house
acres, on which is a dwell
at the Auc
This is considered a very
one wishing to settle in t
and for a man of enterpri
may be reached in about a
becoming an im
The premises may be view
John Stewart, or Mr. Henr
prem
Immediate possession ma
M. THOMA
mh 16 d130 P
T TRUSTEE'S SALE.-Byv
Baltimore County Court
Equity, the subscriber, as
auction, on THURSDAY,
next, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
lowing parcels of Ground
1. A PARCEL OF GROUN
lows: Beginning for the
Washington street, at the
six inches southerly from
intersection of the south s
said west side of Washin
thence southerly bounding
feet thence westerly parall
two feet to an alley sixte
thence northerly, bounding
feet and thence easterly by
feet, to the beginning.
2. A PARCEL OF GROUN
lows: Beginning for the
Back street at the distan
Itrom the corner formed b
south side of Cross street
street, and running thence
street twenty five feet, t
Cross street, eighty two fe
or thereabout wide,thence
alley in part and parallel
five feet, and thence west
ty two feet to the begi
mentioned in a deed of mo
Ellen Dempster, recorded
Baltimore County Court,
folio 1
The terms ofsale are, on
of sale; and the balance i
from the day of sale; to
bonds of the purchaser wi
by the Trustee.
mh 10 law3w&ds
J. I. GRO
ORPHANS'COURT SAL
public sale by order of
Baltimore county, on T
April next at 4 o'clock, P.
ted on the corner of Cros
Federal Hill, a Lot of G
street about 90 feet, and
JO street 65 feet more or
ted two small BRIC
M log house; the whole
of one per cent per annnu
sold in two lots if requi
scribed by the Court.-. cas
it of 3, 6 and 9 months wit
curity, being part of the
Dempster,
DAVID STEW
mh 10 law3wdts P w
J.J. GROSA t
TRUSTEE
BJY VIRTUE of a Decree
A Chancery ef Maryland, t
at public sale, on THURS
of April next, at eleven o'c
Blue Ball Tavern, on the '
Reister's Town to Hanover
the city of
All that VALUABLE
STAND,lying in Balt
"'BLUE BALL TAVERN"
MLlty of John Crist, late
deceased, being parts of
Walk," and "Baxter's Foll
and fourteen acres, with
&c. &c. The turnpike roa
perty. It is divided into
LOT No. 1.-Contains 39 a
ches. TheTavern House an
LOT No. 2.-Contains 15 a
ch
LOT No.3.-Contains 13 a
ch
LOT No. 4.-Contains 20
this Lot binds on the cou
turnpike to Brown's mill,
ro
LOT No. 5.-Contains 8 acr
LOT No. 6.-Contains 8 acr
LOT No. 7.-Contains 7 acr
AL
All that part of a Tract o
aforesaid, called "Hooker
containing II acres and 29
ted on the plat made by Ge
for the sale of the real es
ceased, by the No. 1. and
John Crist, by
AL
All that part of said Tr
dowvs Resurveyel," lying
26 acres, I rood and 37 per
the plat made by George G.
sale of the real estate of El
by the No. 2, and conveyed
in fee.
All that parcel of Land ly
ing parts of the Tracts c
surveyed," and "Manhei
acres and I rood of Land,
made by the said Belt, as
real estate of the said Eli
by the No. 3, snd conveye
said Cris
AL
All the estate, legal and e
Crist, in and to all his un
and to the real estate of G
Baltimore County, decease
or parcel of Land, calle
gaining 71 acr
AL
One other Tract or part o
Walk," containing seventy
acre of Land, more or les
Buildings thereon, lying i
same land which Francis
nell, by deed, dated 5th
to the said John Crist, and
ed in Baltimore County C
244, fi
The above property is t
any further description of
lation to it will be given b
add those inclined to purch
premises, and Mrs. Elizab
Tavern, and Captain Wi
Hooker, Esq. residing near
The terms of sale are as
purchase money to be paid
sale by the Chancellor, on
fourth in nine months, a
months from the day of sale
stalment from the day of s
with sureties to be appr
Title Deeds and plates of
examined by applying to.S
on Fayette street, in
SAMUEL
S. H.


mh 20 2awts
VALUABLE IRON
TI
IN PURSUANCE of an
Court of Baltimore Coun
utrix of John Robertson, la
will offer at public sa
day ot March instant, at 4
ises, all the leasehold est
expired term of a lease of
of said deceased oft, in, to
lot of Ground and the imp
on the South east side of
the city of Baltimore, west
on said Conway street sixt
and running back of the s
twenty feet to an alley
A provements consist of
Mm with a large well buil
I finest pits for large c
good cupola furnace and be
steam engine now a little
subject to the payment of
$1
This establishment has
name of the Washington F
a good run
At the same time and pla
terns, tools, weights, &c.,
To persons wishing to en
ness the above sale afford
be met
Terms of sale for the fou
court are that the purchase
purchase money on the day
months, and the remaining
interest on the credit pay
bonds or notes with good
the executrix will be req
men
Terms of sale for patt
MARY ANN ROBE
mh 19 Pots S
FOR RENT
STheelegantly fitted
Baltimore street, wes
i description of fancy b
of this establishment are n
other in this city. For a t
ly the stand would be very
ent a first rate run of bot
To an approved tenant the
sell out the fixtures enti
may be wanted. For term
or to WASH
No. 113 Balt
mh 22 tf INextd
A FOR RENT OR LE
"i-sea in St. Paul's Lane
.bLane, about 120 feet f
known as the Gazetteoffice
on a permanent lease-in
convenient offices and la
lighted and airy and well s
requires these advantage
wtth a slate roof. For ter
of C. Z. Lucas, or
mh 23 No


PUBLIC
MIDDLETOWN VA
SA
O[N WEDNESDAY, the 7
the premises, the fol
comprising some of the be
the largest collection
offered in this State, the
furnished from the Herd
COVIN
Containing 4521 Acres
a high state of cultivation.
ed and divided into 10 field
but one, in which by remov
yards it can be thrown. 70
mothy, 15 in orchard grass
der. A considerable part
and chesnut fence. The re
at a moderate expense b
meadow. For corn, wheat,
the Valley is superior, and
now seeded 147 bushels w
which will be sold with t
purch
The farm abounds with fin
wood land is he
The IMPROVEMENTS
ATWO STORY COM
DWELLING, faithfully
order, an OVERSEER
first rate BARN, STA
CORN-HOUSE, ICE-HOUS
BLACKSMITH'S SHOP wit
great variety of other ne
rate GARDEN, abounding
berries, &c. &c. A la
with the most choice Pippi
ples; a splendid youn
most approved kinds, the
plums, apricots and almost
adapted to the climate.
to the Barn, worked by hor
two pair of Burr-Stones o
that can grind from 20 to
day, in short it is consider
the premises as one of th
Frederick or Wa
It can be conveniently a
into two farms-There
FARM H A NDS that the p
have, with their families
sold separately, not to go
valuable hand that has abo
wagoner, and first rate m
LARGE MULES, young an
first rate FARM HOR
COLTS, (3 by the celebrate
blooded mare) 5 or 6 y
BROKE OXEN-Also a lar
MILCH COWS, part lull b
hams and Devons, and a gr
Alderney short horn Dui
Teeswater, &c. &c.; 2 ful
HAM BULLS, I rising yea
THREE DEVON BULLS, 2
25 yearlings, part full bre
ous crosses. A valuable
various crosses, Sou
Covington is 13 miles sou
6 miles east of Harper's Fe
Baltimore and Ohio Rail
and Ohi
AL
OAKLAND MILLS AND
tin Creek, located ; of a
Canal 3 miles west of t
are on this Farm 160 acres
cleared. This farm is hill
qual to any land in the va
perhaps
A There is on this pro
WE'STORY LOG HOUSE
Mli' STABLES, &c. &c. T
in a line wheat country, a
constant employment, alwa
ber logs. The Grist Mill i
but grinding corn and me
dam is the best on the Cat
ple affording a good suppl
Mills on the Creek are def
els of Wheat and 20 bush
the balance of the cleared
consider the property of
manufacturing purposes, an
power property on the Cato
the co
Any information in relat
will be given by James H
the Franklin Bank of Balti
the pr
Terms of sale for the real
balance I and 2 years cred
day of sale. with approve
Farming Utensils, Househo
under $50, cash, above th
with approved endorsed
W. R, STUA
Covingt
Near Peterville,
The National Intelligenc
Herald, York Republican,
Chambersburg Messenger,
insert the above advertis
their bills to the A
mh 17 e
VALUABLE iEA
PUBLIC
T IHE UNDERSIGNED T
George, 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, M
rest and estate of said W
Baker, being a one undivide
the following lots. piec
For the Fiist-.\ i. l.t LO
in the City of Baltimore,
metes, and bounds,courses
wit: Beginning for the sa
the intersection of the west
the south side of Lexing
andl 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
i large and commodi
For the Second.-All
and premises, situate in th
on the DWELLING H
the late Richardson Stu
'f decease, stood, front
the South side of Lexingt
Lane, one hundred and third
Church street, and ex
street, twenty-five teeth
A- OF GROUND, on whi
M story BRICK HOUSE,
llJ. on that lot, and on t
ed by Peter Hoffman, to
For the Third.-AIl t
GROUND, situate in Balti
tinguished on the plat th
better known as number on
timore street, and conta
metes and bounds, course
Beginning for thIe 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
TV on this lot alarge
And for the Fourth.-A
OF GROUND, contained wit
lowing, viz. Beginning for
of Pratt street, at the Nor
lot, number six hundred an
and a half perches West fr
intersection of the said Sou
the West side of Howard s
Easterly binding on Pratt s
inches, thence Southerly
eighty feet, thence Westsr
twenty four feet three in
by a straight line eighty fe
S There is elected upo
BRICK DWELLING.
I property is in fee simp
sold, is subject to two mo
which will be given
Terms of sale-one half
be paid in six months, a
months from day of sale, o


purchaser. For the credit
ity to be approved bv the
1. NEVETT STEE
S. H TAGART,
*wih8 eo P
TRUST SALE OF
PER
P URSUANT to a deedt ot
subscribers by James S
in the County Court of She
public sale to the highest
bia Furnace about seven
Shenandoah county, Virg
day of April next, the foll
ble NEGRO MEN, and sever
six horses each. wagons
Mules, consisting of six e
four wagons, eight
A. Also, Columbia Furna
LAND, more or less,
= Mill, Dwelling House,
a tract of 200 ACRES, mo
FORGE and new Dwellingh
21 other Tracts of Land
others near to the Furnace
ing in the aggregate 44
There are 4 Ore Banks we
the last named tra
A more particular descri
Lands by the Deed of Tr
property as will raise t
mortgage will be sold. We
as we have vested in
It is believed that this i
IRON establishments in t
further information apply
ltiams,jr., in Winchest
P. WILLIAMS,j
MARK BIRD,
fe20 ot
TRUSTEE
Y VIRTUE of a Decree
Chancery of Maryland,t
tee, will on TUESDAY the
the Tavern of Benjamin P
timore County, at 3 o'clock
the following property; bei
Solomon Bowe
A LOT of cleared land,
near to Towson Town and ad
ham tost and Thomas Hill
half acres of la
ALSO A LOT of cleared
Town, containing three ro
of land mo
These LOTS will be sold s
er th
The terms of sale are on
ance in three and six month
it payments to be secured b
Persons wishing to see th
Samuel Cole near Beatty'
may be examined on appl
nimh 13 GEO. W. D
N OTICE.-The creditor
deceased, are hereby noti
in the Chancery office, w
day of
mh 13 eots C GEO.


ROBERT B.
A TTORNE
Knoxville, Ten
E WILL attend to the
throughout the Distri
REFER
Messrs. W. F. & A
Thomas & C
Charles Fischer & Co
McKim k Brother
Gosnell & D
Brauns & F
Mr. Chs. H. H. B
Messrs. Robt. Patt
S Wingate, Ga
Wood & Abbott,
Henry Bird
MNr. Geo. G. Wel
fe 19 tl
41 BALTIMORE NEAR GA
DAVISON'S MUCH
PRACTICAL
MUSCULAR
To the acquisition of bea


PENMA
HE best evidence in sup
continued success in i-h. t
ed. The MUSCULAR I, lUILi
est scrutiny both in theo
case has it proved other
Marylau., li.,,mt. .-Teac a v
under iii %i,.t ,rn for
proved of it both in theor
in an editorial says "the
in favor and patronage of a
ed public." The Sun also
"the Guidee commmseendts it
the most ordinary capacity
convinced of its vasfprac
the editor of the Pilot and T ,
plan a "great improvement
Clipper join r,.in 1imoif.0
schools have .-i ,l'tt' I 1,,f
time to time from individu
have been presented to the
going, who can reinm
N. B. Rooms open day an
at all hours of the day-
Rooms 41 Baltimore str
HERE11FORD
T Mi E 11 uRkuFORD A
ted by the Legislature
in the Village ot Hereford
City of Baltimore, in Bal
Turnpike road, and about
ton Depot of the Baltim
Road. The location of
pleasant and healthy. Th
prosperous condition, utind
struction of Mr. and iMrs
their whole time to the li
interest of
Prices of tuition per qu
Orthography, Reading,
tic,
English Grammar and Geog
History, English Comp
ters, notes, bills, rec
practical business matter
Natural Philosophy,
Rhetoric and Astronomy
Greek, Latin and Fre
thematic
Mensuration being a branc
practical importance to al
will receive part
BOAR
Mr. and Mrs. BEALE will
family, as boarders, at two
pay every attention to the
farther information, lett
paid, to Mr. Beale, Princ
or to the Trustees of He
P. 0. Baltimo
REFER
John Prentiss, Esq. Presi
Dr. A. Freitag, Professor
J. B. Burleigh,A. M. Pri
Henry Miller, M. D. Lom
John Neely, A. M. Teach
Rev. John L. Reese, Shar
Rev. John F. Hey, Teach
Rev. Joseph Shane, Camd
R. Conelly, Esq. Principal
st.
Samuel Rankin, Esq. Gay
S. F. Streeter, A. M. Tea
Edw'd. Deloughrey, M. D
James Harsham, Esq Tea
Richard Keurp, Esq. Tea
James Wilkison, Esq. Tea
Robert Mcl.aughlin, Esq.
Julius A. Fay, Esq. Teac
David Ring, Esq. Pitstt
J. C. Robinson, Esq. Pr
Rev. Aquilla A. Reese
By order, THOS.
mh 3
SI- FOR RENT-t'he s
ken Warehouse No. 3
M (to which he is nowe
tablishment) will Rent
Baltimore st. occupied b
one of the most desirable st
tensive business; the Sto
with a good two story fire
alley. The front Store is
and 3d stories 30 feet front
windows in the store, an
Tenant a long lease will
premises of Ie 23 dt
,L FARM FOR SALE.-
M has a very pretty FARM
5 acres of land on the Eas
in Dorchester County, n
wishes to dispose of in ex
city of Baltimore, or he wil
a credit, or take stocks i
healthy, the dwelling ho
easy cul
Also, he has some HOUS
of Cambridge, which he wi
terms.
mh 17 eo4t 9 e
FOR SALE-A small
about 54 Acres, good L
f hood of Govans Town, i
tivation, a healthy situat
fine water. The improve
Stables, Coach House, B
lull) Daily, &c., and all
a good Khii.:lr, G,.len. Ar
with an at,,o,.nimF,
Immed,.,r t t ..... ,., .'.
the stock. Apply at this
-Ail OlItS-.Al.L-'--Ii
rII DWELLINGon heeas
jiR5 street above Saratoga
above Saratogo st.) The l
desirable in the city, and i
ii,.n., fitted up in beau
stable with six stalls, tog
age house and other convey
one fourth cash, one fourt
and 4 year
mh 2 JO
"FOil Kif.N I'.--A
on t.- L..,.I 't t.Pa
i cupied by B. C, Wri
ently arranged. ,the parlour
go d order, asil every wa
family. It has a patent hy
yer ireexes. Possessi
mh 23 dilt
A FOil RINET--In th
of the city, a large
i LING HOUSE, Carr
Garden, Orchard, &c. T
healthy. Instant possess
GEORGE S
mh 23 d2w
A F0(t 'REN'T.-AI
with Basement and back
m l,, yard with a pump
house stands on the South
one West of Cove street.
ately. Apply to
S. SCRIR
mh 18 d
.. OR:0 SALE OR E
Stony BRICK DWELLI
I ty st. second house f
-entoccnipied by Mrs. Wa
given about the 3d May
CHAS. W.
fe 24


A- COUNTRY RES
ED.-Wantedi to rent a
I House, with from te4 o
ted in a healthy part of th
miles of the city. Any per
rent, may hear of a punct
No. 4 Spear's wharf.
VALUABLE CI
T HE subscriber is author
sale, the following very
at reason
1. Eight LOTS OF GROU
Cathedral street, covering
Hamiltonl and Centre street
front of25 feet, and run b
alley 20 fe
2. Eight LOTS of the same
street between Hami
3. Five LOTS OF GROUND
side of George street bet
streets, each 25 ftet w
4. A LOT OF GROUND at
of Calvert and Sarttoga street
st. 37 feet and running bac
5. A LOT OF GROUND on
day st. 54 feet front
6, A LOT OF GROUND on
ofDavis and Pleasant street
of Pleasant street 60 feet,
the old bed of
7. One hundred and twe
GROUND on the east side
ning at the distance of 1
Saratoga st, with a dept
8. 144 feet of vacant G
commencing four feet easa
house built by C. Deshon
Smith. This ground has va
76 to
Proposals will be receive
the purchase ofthe foregoi
ty, the terms being one fo
in one two and three years,
ed by notes of hand with a
ties.
se 21-2awtfif Sol.
TO FARMERS, GAR
I LIME-L
H IIAVE on hand and in
supply of first n hitv
Shell LIME, tor Building
equal at least to any ever
which will be sold at the
ca
The Allum Lime-stone is
of Thomas Cockey,Esq., an
quantity and the shortest
Orders addressed to the s
corner of Gay and Front s
Coal Yard, South corner o
and at Hugh Dowling & So
cornerofMadison street,
attended to.
oc 15 eo Age
N1MROD
PRODUCE AND GEN
MERC
North East Cobrner Howard a
ja 21 0


N
Office of Transporta
22d March
P PROPOSALS will be re
signed until MONDAY,
clusive, tor furnishing thi
sary SPERMACETI OIL, fot
inery, for six months, c
ending with September ne
aggregate to about 8
The Proposal will state the
quality Winterand Fall Str
erable from time to time
l are Depot in this city;
found on trial to be of
shall be returned at the ex
no allowance made for wh
e
Security will be required
ance of tlihe Contract, an
the Stock Orders of the C
month, for the quantity d
mhi 23W. S. W
THE CELEBR
KNIGHT O
S1 WILL SELL,
be made before the
This Jack is one of
his kind in Americ
and fourteen years
next, and" vas imported fr
the late Chas. Thorndike
with great success on the E
I will warrant him in all
sale. He can be seen at my
miles from Baltimore on t
Jackson's Hotel. W. H. S
Office Stables, North
mh 19 4t 4
A PAIRK OF SP
HORSES, bred ant
8 years old this spu
brown, 16 hands hig
mile in double harn
minutes. The owner purc
own Use last spring, used
turned them out in the fa
lor them. He will sell th
this summ-., tI.,i,:- .
Also a ull 1. 1.,,.. M.m7 'Io, ,I
best saddle nag in Marylan
for a Lady or Gentleman.
hias an easy and beautifulca
utip all day. Apply t
Post (tffi
Also a full blooded D
agree. She has now by her
full blooded short hor
inh 23
C ITY JODI1MISiSION
.TIMoaRE, 19th March8
-sioneis hereby gi- i.,tlice
on THURSDA \ 1 -. 25th
o'clock, A. M. to establish
of ground situated on thie
Street. as conveyed by C
cha
The Surveyor and all perso
ted to attend at the premise
By o
mh 22 d4t R .C
AS MANY PERSO
.A at this season of the
Fever and Ague, they are
GOULEY'S VEGETABLE
been productive of more ben
of Bilious Fever and Feve
medicine extant.
DROPS will also be found a
cume, in all cases of Whoo
&c. They have, during the
before the public, perform
and the proprietor does no
where they have been used a
given, in which they have f
was promised. Gouley
will also be found an excel
Complaints, anid he recom
of that
LET FACTS SPEAK
Although numerous atte
injure the subscriber, by fa
regard to his VEGETABL
to receive numerous testim
effects from all classes of
voluntarycertificate has b
a respectable gentleman, an
to the public as a contrad
circulated against h
LOUIS
BALTrIMORE,J
Upwards of twenty years
compelled to have a tooth
so injured the jaw bone, a
the ;whole of it to come out
soreness. Nothing I coul
finally the place on my ja
continually discharging co
pain to the head, and keep
state of affliction. Durin
course to various applic
others, but all to no purp
extensive, as almost to p
length, being afflicted wi
to try Dr. GOULEY'S BI
I found the ulcer improving
of the Bitters, it became e
restored to its wonted hea
Bitters anexcellent family medi
would also recommend GOU
as an effectual remedy in ce
&c., having found them of gre
REBECCA JA
Corner ot' atdPtre
tOn S ,i.I.
In addition to the abpve na
scriber has the following
and being principally mian
can recommend them:-
SUBLIMATE, an excellent
Grease from Cloths and Silk
TABLE TOOTH PASTE, fotr
Teeth and Gums, an excellent
the f..i..l'. article ofPER
Oil, Antique Oil, Circas
Florida Water, Rose r.i, .
Brushes, Tooth Brushes. &
tr- Orders carefully r,.it a
forwarded to any part
ANlIIOR SAIL
A^1'A" ?. "]'i
for thissa
SAIL DUKFO H
S works of thi
fa f ttcturi
-- ryland, have
Sand willnber
Si plied with an
nube rsth f

CLEiwhimh
the trade
TERMS.
WM. McDON
fe 26 P

G IN.-T h
herhas rec
the K cn

per or o
FX(E
/* which he
^e\~-L VO~jk
~ U ~saleoa
4I C. W.K
No. 9 Com
00

WARRANTED FRE
STO
~COLO


/~rl V\\///7F
COCZ A
,and EAN
"1 'REN
|'BLO


T HE SubsclE
ers beg laet
a of orm th
ers and t
that the
ed to furn
above artic
quality, at
st possible notice. They
Burr BLOCKS, selected b
quarries
Orders from aniry part of
panied with satisfactory r
attent
They may be seen at their
nue, near Pratt street bri
Saratoga street
ie25 E





L-At
!I I ,."I L



FAMILY CARRIA
OHN STEWART returns
eral patronage which he h
tomers and the public, and
the same. From the encou
have given to his system
the Stable instead of the S
lieve that it is more satisfat
is induced to co
All orders for carriages l
punctually attended to, at
tablished being lower t
Families will be furnished
pressly by him f
Funerals undertaken an
Carriages, and all other req
by applying to
North Calvert st. opp
TO THE
T PAIGE & CO., No. 1
*opposite tie MAtuseum,
Ladies of Baltimore that t
New York a splendid
SLIPPERS, a very beautif
article for Fancy Balls. A
white and black Satin, wh
N i.T ur .. ,i.r" -Ippers, a
1._.1_ '. ,.,I i.?i FrenchB
Boots; Lasting and Merino Gai
a complete assortment of Ladi
work of every description,
the choicest of French mat
superior to any in thie cit
fully requested to call andi
fore purchase
Country Merchants can be
of Ladies work by the
HACKERS' HERBS,-T
i|been appointed Avent, f
of SHAKERS' HERBS, pu
city at Lebanon, New Yo
a fullsupply. Orders for
plied at the So
P. S. CH
ja 18 Druggist No


Ti' I'AIM



N OTICE.-Uniitil the letof
for Norfolk will leave
wharf as follows, on M
the 23d, THUIRSDAY tihe
SU 'DAY 28th, MONDAY th
DAY the 31st, at 4 o'clo
will run daily,
lmh l2 PR
DAILV SOUT
VIA THE CHESAPEAK
MOUTH AND ROAN



Vi11til it I.'I'I
S COMPANY announce t
boats of their line con
C.,.t-iin Sutton; GEORIC
Ih -l.' ', Captain Ho
thorough overhaul during t
complete order, therefotbre
via NIl;li K ,iud P
sum-.th ,..r. M .i.., the 5t
accordance with the follow
by the Post Ofi
Leave Baltimore daily
Arrive at Portsmout
Leave Portsmouth, a
Airive at Weldon,
Weait there until 1 o'clock
burg
Leave Weldon at
Arrive at "\ iriP,,..i.
Leave Wilmington immedia
lesson next morn
It will be seen by the ab
to render the connexion ce
for the Cars of the Port
Road to arrive at Weldon
whereas they unitonnly ar
fore a detention should t
tween Baltimore and W. I.
than NINE HOURS.'-I- ii
ability lav over at any point
I L i 'lN'.i., one of t
Norfolk every night at 1ol0
Portsmouth where she wil
Cars troin Weldon, and dep
as the passengers and bagg
here in about 14 hours af
mouth. The passengers ha
torts of a good nights res
fare as could be provided
then Co
Travellers bound to Richmo
leaving Baltimore on Monday, %
sleep on board the bay boat,
James River boat next mot
place of destination the s
P.M.
General Agent Baltimor
Passage (andt fare onboar
Passage and fare to Richmo
Passage and tare to Norfo
mhil 10 tP
ORUt PATUXLNT
The Steam
(ENTwillcomnm
ular route tbr
TIIURSDAY,to
1841, at 6 A. ,i. on that da
ery .... ,-ri;, Thursday.
Stat ', ii11, i,, the cityof
other places on the Patxent
thence on the Sunday follo
.it.. 'I. \ until further noti
N' ,i, she will stop at Fai
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
and fare to or" Frt
Fr. ;t,lt as
-.,M.L.
FOR FARllAVEN AND T
,'The Steam B
I- ENT, will le
land Wharf i
Baltimore forFiHa
I-. V I. t'i II, [a-. M OR
o'clock, and return from
fi eight intended ftr Fair
* wharf on Monday, antd the
be on the wharf at Fair H
meridian, to ensure its be
day. (e23


FIeIGH'I' FOR
AND PORT
eThe steamb
tl PEAK
'A halt everyI
SATURDAY
.ii '. ,.'1j.., i;..,..] .' ,1
l i, ., i -, -It[ 1i e r
I- j0-1 %,it i ll aimo b eevdatteofc
During
S. M. SHOEM
mh 23 No.
FOR ANNAPOLIS,
EAS
The Steambo
will commnencehrtiso
F,00'- the above p
DAY NEXT' 2d '
or)iiS~ evr !L,)%
... t, ,. r l. S I 1,,, I.
uni ''in-i i nii. i~i. ".im'
and FRIDAY, I B.. im ik Ba
and return fror, i1,e
DAYS and SATURDAY, l
o'clock in
Passage to Easton andml Ca
Passage to Annapo
Passage from Annapolis
Fare inc
N. H. I i--.,'.;
mnh 6 hl't' .,
`'I-Oh l Il.,IiAil :
.OCK
'The superioStabt
S ..... il I 1
m ml. in ,i.wri-
m,,-, n- uti-n heabv
route, l.., i 6i. I ;,.. -tree
Quay,) ,. 1, il li-',
Ilth inst., at 9 o'clock, an
THURSDAY MORNING. T
first rate order, andt ever
be given t,-' .
.A hl IM. I SHO
nmhoNb3_ S N(.
I'O IVEVST'ERN A l.N .I
TR{A VEL
_T A


lilIHE GOOD INTENT
S leave Baltimore every
afterthe anr ival of tf.. PIla
For Wheeling, I-'m.t,.it.
and Cincinnati. v'n ih.,|i,
and National Is.'o. I,
TIrii..i 'i Wheplip
I lIl l I l 11 \" 1 L.I IN E ,.,-.-
o'clock, for il,, ,ati -.'', I. t
as the Good li.i. ,.t I ,W..
The abovt i u n. ..r i-. i .t
OhioL,,, I ,*l:..,---als
ville, ( , i. ., i.,,, l.ouis
lea
For C-u..- in It ,t i,.,..i..
sitio n .. .l,..-i y.. -
site th i l .,,..... I u ri
HUTCHINSON
THOSE. SHRIVE
ALPHEUS BEALL,
WILLIAM H.S
de 21J ..E_
TIl l; iq EtCH-AN DIS T
PHILAD. WILMINGTON
RAIL ROAD


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Merchandize and common
Goods will also be receive
spective stations on the ro
accommodate
fqj- It is also respect
transportation charges on a
paid promptly on delivery
auction I ; .l.a,.. ,.'..i wi
within tinrm, -i..mI nourso
A. CRAWFO
Philad. W.&B
Baltimore, Dec. lIth. 1
B Y OKDER. of the Comm
Debtors for the City a
Notice is hereby given t
SAWYER, an insolvent deb
charge hath been granted t
the said creditors are requi
of the said Commissioners
city of Baltimore, on the
ten o'clock in the forenoon
trustees, ino ua>ptoinetr! i
all the mi i I. rn1,u im .i ih r l um
missioners, to enable th
County Court, agreeably t
ed at December session, 183
ing to insolvent debtors;" a
next hbath been fixed lor thf
before the ard
Dated the fourth dlay of
a 9
MR. ARCHER, (Graduat
dewy, at West Poin
BOARDING & DAY SC
DI
Lexington street, 5 d
BALTI
HIS INSTITUTION is
embracing a thorough a
instruction in all the bran
Educa
Thlereis a Preparatory D.r
school, into which little ,-,
duced prices. A Prospec
studies, prices &c. &c. ma
the Principals at the sc
made to Major Gen. Winf
Dennis H. Mahan, Prof.
J. W. Baily, Prof. f 1i-r, .,
my; Roswell Park, Prof. o
versity of Penn,; Rev. D
Rev. John C. Backus, Re
B M...,i m-I. Dr.R. N. Hal
lliluhi I -i Wm. F. GilesEsq
E:...I Ii Heynolds Esq. Jos
Baltimore; Rev. E. W,. Gi
Rev. John Davis, Washin
Finney, Harford co, Md.
AMEKICAN
N OTICE.-The subscribe
S the public thi sII- ha
uinga manulactory i .-
at the corner of C'Gough and
Point, Baltimore, where th
ders to any extent, on the
be accompanied with dir.ct
and engineer in the success
ticle. As to the utility
suffices to say that it is
been used to advantage in
Aqueducts, Piers, Arches,
Buildings, to secure dry ce
all instances where properly
to have answered the
knowlege of the article, to
will warrant it to answer
or no charge, it applied a
B. C
jy 21 ly


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Baltimtoreat3 .
By 'hi.' ar.nre.-i,,, it a
Cars, --. iI..t I i..Boats
phia, Lancaster, Harrisb
with Boa to
Goods iti,-t:-I ieitr:.a ns
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, on
A. lI. and 4 P.M. A ticket
,,,, to whom, and by who
;.,iy i..' articles, and it
must also be sent fot
8r-It is also i respect ful
ry instance itwill be expected
and charges will be ptomptl
Goods, anid that rio drawback
mages, if'not claimed wit
livery of
SNi..iiiim i ;.i b tbe forwa
of it,: i, i. .Biii.-rl Yor
freight is pr
isja 5 D. C,

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M4illS'H, U0'
F TI'E Passenger Trais
Ohio, and Washingtonn
]ST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
as.
For Ellicott's Mill
do do
Frederick, 7
do
Harper's Ferry,
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
do "
Frederick,
do 1
Harper's Ferr
"WASIIINGT
FROM BA
H.
For Washington, a
S do "
FOR BAL
H.
From Washington,
do
Passengrers by the morni
can connect with the Wei
l-Housr;-and those destine
the train from Harper's F
the Relay House in ample t
evening train for Wash
ja 5 B. CHASE
EVERY MORNING
PHILADELPHIA, WI
MORE RA



1 .U STATES MAIL, leave
morning at nine o'clock-l
Wilmington, andi reach Ph
clock, P. M. in time for
Yo
The r' n. ,,ilior, he-reto
ny for Mhl. .iiimn thl' iiila
ease and facility of travel
will be c
0t'-Colored Passengers mu
office before
**l'ackaees intendleled for
be left previous
de 23 PRS d A.
tIA RN )EfN & CO'
NEW YORK & BO



ARN DEN & CO. respect
friends and the public
rangements with the Phila
to run their cars through
and I ild
cl-.- c.- ili run in con
York and B
Pacekages of Goods, Sampl
at our office, No. 42 South
before tie car leaves, wil
same,. and in Bost
H. &Co. will transact in
and all kindss of
N. B. Harnden & Co. are
loss or injury of any artic
their charge, nor is any r
be attached to, the Camde
Steamboat I '..u,'..\. onw
theim crates are and may be
them or their contents at
N. B.-The above arrang
Thursday, Apr
J. W. LAWRE
No. 42 South Third
WM. WYMA
No. 2 Wall sat
HARNDE
rnh 19 Itf No.
WIIA1'EtR AR
GREAT 'sOOTH'IRiE
MAIL LINE, DAILY
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SiI ,nt.11-lhi I',.l [,) fknr
for %I ., ..I 1 1.l 1'rpIct d, iPIt sh
nfor ;,,t t,...i, I .,t i I'h
ingit'1.. f r .1t mm. Iluu~ rii h;
dor .. .., .i flr C I .m,. ..t..
r,-.It r,. t'li... ...i i OA,
it \'. I.IIiiliI ,..i.d in
of any other Line,-the Comp
bound by the Post-Master
lowing quic
Leave 'hAla.l..
reach liiu ie..-, P.M
Leave Baltimor
reach Washington 6 P.M
Leave Washing
reach Fredericksbirg,12
Leave Frederic
reach Richmond, 5 P. M.
Leave Richmon
reach Petersburg, 7 P. M.
Leave Petrsbui
reach v I.ii. A. M. 6
Leave Weldon
reach Wilmington 1 P. M.
Leave Wilmingi
reach Charleston next da
680 M iles,i
As this Line carries
cannot t... I. 1.. .i .) anri
ROAD LI./ P., > will be p
Traveller, unless in some
is sure of a connection th
dlent that Fogs, Rough We
ten occasion delay in a r
of which is by the Bay,-th
jected to Sea-Sickness,
risk, from boats being urge
to compete with the
ROUT
The above Line will be
CERTAIN and EXPEDITI
tractive-as it passes i
ment and in sight o Mi..
and through Fredericksbu
burg, the largest and most
gin
IT IS ALSO CHEAPE
AS CHEAP AS THE
DON; and Travellers have
their B
This is also much the
cheapest route, and the
interior of Virginia, No
at Petersburg, Virginia
way of Raleighi. N. C.-I14
Petersburg to that city. S
the Raleigh Rail Road to
Milton, Danville, &c.-s
This is the ONLY DA
and Pet
O,-Passengers for the Ra
pay through to
fr-For further inlormat
apply at the office o
Adi'inin. the Philadelphia
/1BIRACU LO tt OR0k
I. : VENTlI 1.\NNI
struction in th, li. siy I ir.
Manner of WASHING, a p
complaints ol the head, ear
day tor .tr,.i..tthunui, ft1
ry, the f c ln ..i i.,i ,
and tor It .- u-ru..i i..', a
and the removal of wrinkle
ness of the face, producing
beautiful and fresh. Lad
to get direction and instr
miraculous manner of Wash
on C. WILLE & DICKEY,
for CH.G. SEIPPEL, where
hear the particulars.
DEPOT OP TIlI CE
U1NE JOS. ANTON.
WATER.-The subscriber b
the celebrated genuine Jo
WATER, will have constant
ply oh the finest quality,
and which he will be able t
most reason


In reference to the a
begs to state that he has
arrivals a large supply o
Cologne WATER, and can as
quality and price it canno
hully begs their att
Importer of French,
mh 19 dim Fancy G,.wa
WANTiED- FEM E
middle age, competent t
family in the country in t
English Education, and i
need apply without satistac'
J ;1UI.LSE
Chester-Town, Md.,
mh20
STOP, ST O
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ly four and five dollars eac
and retail at 121 Baltimor
Time Tieces which may be
lica
We the subscribers have
Mr. Sherman, and can free
article for
Clark & Kellogg, Bowly's
Spear's wharf; Sangston,
more st.; Geo. Boughmao
Mt. Charles st.; Fred'k. B
A. & G. E. Sangston, Mt. 195
Co.S. Ch
N. B. There CLOCKS wil
to be the uioalt convenien
fe 26 M r. SHERMA