American, and commercial daily advertiser

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Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser
Uniform Title:
American, and commercial daily advertiser (Baltimore, Md. : Daily)
Alternate title:
Commercial daily advertiser
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American & commercial daily advertiser
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. Pechin
Place of Publication:
Baltimore Md.
Creation Date:
February 3, 1841
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daily (except sunday)
daily
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Additional Physical Form:
Also issued on microfilm from University Microfilms.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Sept. 1802.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 108, no. 17890 (Dec. 31, 1853).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Contains several numbering irregularities.
General Note:
Publisher varies: Pechin & Frailey, <1804>; Dobbin, Murphy & Bose <Dec. 24, 1829-Apr. 6, 1841>
General Note:
Accompanied by occasional supplements.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 02257236
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issn - 2325-3169
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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.l


VPOL. LIXXlII. .BJdULTIP1ORE:::.F1RI.S ..V .IORIXVGi ,H./IRCiI 26, 1S41. Ao 14894


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING BY
DOBBiN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
No. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET, BALTIMORE.
Daily paper, 8 dollars-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-tthe advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n ne city-all new advertisements appear in boltb
papers.
CLOVERSEED-50 bushels Seed; for sale by
mh25 G.R.VICKERS & CO.
W HISKEVY-20 hlIds Penna. Whiskey, lor sale
mhi 25 by G. R. VICK ERS & CO.
B ACON-Bacon Hog Round, lor sale by
KERNAN & STILLINGER,
mh 25 17 Spear's wharf.
LOVERSEED-For sale by
BUCK & HERR,
mh 25 No. 8 Spear's wharf.
F LAXSeED-200 bushels FLAXSEED. tor sale
by UoRNDORFF & CO.
mh 25 d4t
I O 3LASSES-10 tierces supe- i'" ,g.1 ii house;
for salelowby G. M.K< R I:l II IO'IN,
mh 25 d6t 50 South Gavy st.
ICE-100 tlerces o l'prime RICE, forsale by
]aJAS. 1. FISHER,
mh 25 d4t P No. 7 Spear's wharf.
YEE i'LOUR- 400 bblsi 1st quality,Iresl iinspec-
ted and for sale by
mh 25 ORNDORFF & CO.
ARKSAPARILLA-- ilesf tor sale by
SJAM ES 1. FISHER,
mh 25 d4t P No 7Spear's wharf.
SEGA KS-126i m prime Havana, in qr. boxes; tor
sale by JAS. I. FISHER,
mh 2'5 .lit P N.' :; i,,r'- %t..if.
--AUON IV 11 IK I-'KL -i *:. l,'"' ..r..i -' and
W tor sale by BUCK & HERR,
mh 25 No.8 Spear's wharf
dllai HALF BBLS. SUPER. FLOUR,
%BOO just rec'd and far sale iv
mhb 25 ORNDORFF & CO.
3 BUSHELS CLOVERSEED-Just
0 received- and for sale by
EMORY & STEVENS,
mh 25 2 Bowlyv' wharf.
eo DOjZEN CORN BKtOtit-Just re-
c eived and fotbr sale low at my Broom and
Wooden Ware Store. SPENCER ROWE, Jr.
mh 25 70 S. Calvert, 6 doors from Pratt st.
AFRItlCAN PEA NUTS.-281o bushels Fresh
African Ground Nuts, lor sale in lots to suit pur-
chasers by G. M. ROBERTSON,
nmh 25 d6t 50 S. Gay st. next to Pratt.
LOVE R AN) T"tIMOTHIY SEED-100
bushels prime Cloverseed; 10 do Timothy; obr
sale by KERNAN S STILLINGER,
mh 25 No. 17 Spear's wharf.
ITY MILLS FLOUR--5i0 bbls S.'fiie, all of
one choice brand, in prime order, and free from
garlick, for sale by
mh 25 ORNDORFF k-CO.
HCEESIn--2000 boxes and 408 casks CHt-kESE,
part cased, of superior quality-For sale by
WELD & JENKs,
mh 25 31tf P _8 Bowlv',i ,-htrf.
ANIDLES--iu li'ii,.o Moula andlies, Jack
-son's brand, landing trom brit Choctaw, for sale
by WELl) & JENKS,
mh 25 31? P 8 Bowly's whf.
A EMIJOIHNS-, 1,2,3 and 5 gallon DIS1I-
D JOHNS, a supply just received and for sale by
EDWARDS & (-'lt!:.
mh 25 7 N. Charles st.
F OR SALK-A first rate MINERAL WA'I',R
APPARATUS, with fixtures complete; for sale
low-Apply to MACKENZIE & CO.
mh25 dlw N. E. corner Bait. & Gay sts.
G UM BRACKS-2 cases ot low priced GUM
BRACES, just received and for sale by
IMBRIE & FARNUM,
mh 25 7 S Charles Rt.
EORGIA ANO SOUTHI ACAROI.I',A
UPLAND COTTON-40t square bi- T U.lianrl
Cotton, for sale by R. I. A. CA tR ILER,
mh 25 74 Bowly's wharf.
IT HAS ARRIVED-Thesurpassing WHITE
FAMILY FLOUR, and will be sold on pleasing
terms by
mh25 MEIXSEL&STONEBRAKER.
E- ER(711 IOT.ATOES-,'" bii-l 1;1. ,iii,-e
lnd. n 101 sal,- by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
mh 25 P I I Bowly's wharf.
] | OLASSES --.'; ti, pru, .1.111 ,t I l ,..l.,d,
I1 suitable I.[r rtclailing, u.-- .ie .ir. ..Ir ,I t
G. M. ROBERTSON.
mh 25 6t 50 S. Gay st.next to Pr'tl.
AILS,BRADS ANDSPIKES-Now land-
ing from schr Gen. Cobb, made of best Swedes
iron; tfor sale by PRATT & KEITH,
mh 25 Nos. 27 & 29 South Chariles st.
N ORLEANS MOLASSEI-lnlhhads. tlierces
S and bbls., in store and for sale by
RUTHERFORD & HURLBUT,
mh 25 P 11 Bowly'g wharf.
P ERi. U.SION Pl --0 l .,-r's best English
P Percussion Caps, just opened and llor sale by
CANFILDL) & BROTHEi,
mh 25 S. E. corner of Balt. & Charles sts.
iN s A\ l1Ih1 1- t'r'1 '"-i in.-i n... 1 ,
red PINS, just received and tbor sale by
JOS. TODHUNTER & CO.
mb 25 P Genrimian ret.
-1PERM CANDi.LES-o boxes Sperm CandleS,
S assorted sizes; ..I .. i ... .1'
BlitI 1. [1 I.A. 1 1.P'1. \RCE,
mh 25 I'oIriinr,-p street.
SOAP-200 boxes Colgates SOAP, landing and
S for sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN
mh 25 85 Bowly's Whf.
A HOViELS.-201)n doz. D hiallles, iong hinidles,
S socket SHOVELS, steel and iron, lor sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German street .
ijORKNis--200 dozen Car.'-. 1i '..- .'. i ,ioryeai's
" and Cawer's Hay anid-M .'i.'- Iul by A.R. BICKNER,
mh 23 20 (aerman st.
APANNEDI 'IN WARE.-50 casks, corn-
prising a luil assortment of Japanned WA RE,-
for sale by A.R. BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German st.
_PADES-100t) doz. Rowlingis, I)urTal's & Glad-
son's steel and common SPA DES, for sale by
A. R. BICKNEB,
mhb 21 20 German street.
2 4)4 BALES FILLINU, No.20 to 22, just re-
c eived anti tfor sale by
E.F. BRADY, Corner of Baltimore and
mh 23 d Hanover -ts.
c ''r 'r STiSf:O '* L .*[..-t ,Pt.,IP ..l. -.1...
Creest. Iidian Pu' .I. H ,1.i.i-ii:. ,..l W,.o..oct-
et No, 1, 2,3and 4-l'rll. ',lNf.I',. i r .ne by
.\. 11 Bi hNt.lt,
mh 23 20 German st.
BLACKING.-3 casks "Day & Maitin's" cele-
brated BLACKING, warranted fresh and genu-
ine-Just received and for sale by
EDWARDS & COBB,
nmb 25 7 N. Charles st.
F INE SHIRTS-A lull stock of Linen and Cot-
ton Shirts, of all qualities and latest styles, on
band and lor sale by
0.F. WINCHESTER, 1651 Balto st.
mh 25 1 door East if" Charlesst.
l BOXES PI1E APPLE CHEESE,-
.W prime quality; I5 do Table SALT, from the
Salina manufactory. For sale by
HYATT & STUMP,
mh 25 58 South st.
10 fk SKOONS CARACAS IDIGO
S10 bbls. Colgates" amily STARCH
20 boxes do do do
For sale by HYATT & STUMP,
mb 25 58 South st.
IOOO) D)OZ. LINEN COLLARS, Fash-
W t ionable shape, and all sizes, some of
which are of a beautiful quality. For sale by
O. F. WINCHESTER, 163| Balto. st.
mh 25 one door East of Charles.
FE AlLORS' SHIEARS-Just received a hull as-
S. sortment of Tailors' Shears, Points & Trim-


mers, of the celebrated "Heinisch" manufacture.
0. F. WINCHES I'ER, 1651 Balto. st.
mh 25 1 door East oft Charles st.
ALEXANDER' SPOOL COTTON-JJust
received a supply of Alexander's Spool COT-
FON, equal to any offered in tilhe market. For sale by
IMBRIE &FARNUM,
mhb 25 7 South Charles street.
IB RITTANIA WARE.-1U0 packages Brilan-
ia Tea and Coffee PO I'S; LAMIPS; Tumblesa;
*Spittoons; Castors &c.-For sale by
A R BICKNER,
mh 23 20 German street.
RAZIL SUGAR,-
200 barrels Pernambuco White SUGAR,
100 bags do do do.-For sale
by EDWIN ROBINSON,
mhn IT7 P 12 Commnerce st.
SIME, LIME, LIME.-An ., t, I.Ii the sale
S of Lime is established at No..:. 'l.- ,- r[u" Or-
ders will be filled trom the Glen r.i.- n .,l Cool
Spring, York Road Kilnis,at the shortest notice.
an 20 CSP HENRY N. W I LLIS. Agent.
UpO l'E P-
1000 bags 4 )ilh White Maracaibo, COFFEE
150 bags Green Laguayra oh prime
130 bags Old White Laguayra ) qua cities.
For sale by B. G. El fING,
mh 24 d 38 S. Gay st.
RIeD PEACHES, BACON, c,-
40 casks, 5 bush, each, Ohio Dried PEACHES
10,000 0ls. Western BACON
10 bbls. Roll BUTTER
30 kegs No. 2 and 3 dto.
50-bushels Dried APPLES, fur sale on pleas-
Ing terms, by
HAILMAN, BURBRIDGE & CO.
mh 23 No. 68.3 Baltimore St.
THOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BALTIMORE STREET,
Have lust received per Powhattan, from Liverpool,
lt PACKAGsES HARDWARE-con-
15j sisting in part ot HOES, Trace CHAINS,
Foster's & Elwell'a SPADES, Griffin's & Waldron'-
SCYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an extensive assortment oe Shell Goods, which
they offer for sale on their usual accommodating terms
le 5it
BACON.-A further supply ot Frederick County
Cared BACON.
90,000 lbs. Bright MijJJhinis BACON,
25,000 do Shoulders do.
25,000 do HAMS, small size.
As this is the last opportunity that can be obtained
to procure this excellent quality ot BACON, which
has heretolbore given so much satisfaction, and as it
ia nearly all in that I am 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
sle by WILLIAM ALLEN,
mh 15 No. 123 N. Howard street, near Franklin.


0 IHHDS.;N. 0. SUGAR, part prime
S 75 tieices do MOLASSES, superior qul'ty
50 bbls do do do do
75 do Sugar House do do no
For sale by HYATT & STUMP,
mh 25 68 South st.
G AOCIN WINE-
5i qr. casks ) Superior Old Gaocin Wine,impor-
50 Ind. bbls. l tedin 1839.
Just arrived artI t or sale by
THOSE. B. ADAIR,
mh 25 4teo4t Commerce st.
S LATED WVARE-Plated S.,.I.... Candle
sticks, Waiters, Branches, Tea ". ., Coasters,
Snuffers and Trays, received by recent arrivals, now
open, and tfor sale by
CANFIELD & BROTHER,
mh 25 S. E. corner Balto. & Charles s's.
ICK LieS. &c.-10 cases Underwood's superi-
cr PICKLES, assorted varetiee
15 cases CATSUPS &k SAUCES, a fresh supply*
just received and lor sale by
EDWARDS & COBB,
mh 25 7 N. Charles st.
SL,A N K E it a .- II. ,'-uu I I i. I. ,It 7' in, i,,,
I Liverpool, a good assortment of twill'dr POINT
BI.ANKETS, and various other kinds, suitable lor
fishermen, and for sale by
JOS. TODHUNTER & CO.
rnh 25 P Gernman street.
i 1- U 1t lES -a coniOiiete asioritmeut
Smith's PELIA)LOWS-all sizes
FISHING TACKLE-a great variety. Forsale
very low for cash, wholesale and retail, by
JOS. K. STAPI.ErON,
mh 25 '58 Baltimore at
iORlKS-
C PHIAL CORKS for])ruggists, in bags of35 gro.
Porter Bottle do in bags of 10001) each
IDi.ir'l.,, do do 500 do-For sale
on liberal terms, by J. F. STRO)HMNI & CO.
mh 25 P d4t 45 South Gay st.
TINCII ESTER' S'TOCKS-A large assort-
m inenat lithese SUPERI(OR STOC'1 .KS, of the
most fashionable styles, at from $3 to $30 per dozen.
For sale at
NO. 1652 BALTIMORE STREET,
ml) 25 I door East of Charles street.
4)ll BAGL-' I..iI i.N Blt1 I ti ,- 11-.1-;
1A I0 100do White do
50 do LanMira tdo
25 do Old Gov. Java do
10 do Mocha ,..-F..4 1-i by E,
HYAfIl .` I, .iMP,
mh 25 58 Snout'l st.
5USl 1 GOOI)S-
HEAVY RAVENS DUCK
DIAPERS
WHITE SHEETINGS
MATS, &c. For sale by
PEABODY, RIGGS & CO.
mhi 23 2w 7 G-rmanist.
J9JiAIsSL.5 liVr.
9 25 dto PEPPER
10 do Race GINGER
5 bales prime Fresh CLOVES
50(0 lbs. do MACE
500 do do NUTMEGS
For sale by HYATT& STUMP,
mh 25 58 Sou th st.
ACONCLOVERSEEI) d &WHISKEX-
S 10,00(0 pounds prune assorted BACON
10,000 do do Sides tdo
3,000 do do Joles do
70 bushels CLOVERSEED, (clearofnrpple)
30 barrels pure Old Moinongahela WllS-
KEY-Just received and lor sale by
JAMES BROWN,
-mh 22 108 N. Howaid st.
UMBLEIS.-'Tie Smibacribers have armhiand
T and olfer (or sale or. :,. r..in'i ..1in11. terms
7 boxes 1 3 pint T1 illtNl.1. l>h',r..,y
40 do 1-2. do do do
35 do 1-2 do do (to light
5 do 1 do do do heavy
5 do 1 do do do taper shape
BRAUNS & FOCKE,
Mh 13 Na lbr' Paltimnro at
^g<^.-^-.^I T ly-H I;-.,*-f,.mnul.t. ia' 'J,.r..-
ture-
18 qr. casks Oldand extra ,i, .hi\ I.'I.lm Par-
39 sixths t ticular 1 l.\ .lit f I.
90 qr. casks London Particular Teneriffe
14 qr. casks oiondon Market
12 eights TENERIFFE.
5u qr. casks,.Cargo ido. For ssle by
mh 10 P 'oj. L. M. SMITH. 21 Southi st.
OCKV IN EN-
100 cases 1 doz. each, Via du Ithine, Niersteiner
100( do 1 doz. do Hochheimer
100 do I doz. do Marcobuinner
100 do 1 doz. d(o TJohannmihbg
20 do I ldoz. do Dui i ..ie ,u ,\.).
hannisuirg-All of nmy own importation and part su-
perior quality, for sale by J. L. M. SMITH,
mh I P '21 South st.
1ANI'ON MA'TTINGS,-We have received
C this ilay Irom auction, a lot ot superior quality
Canton MAATTINGS,, 4,5 and 6.4 wid, white anal
colored, which we will ery tow im imeinudiate anpli-
cation is made, as we wisli 1o sell them otfqui'k lor
B ant of room. PI sons wanting thie article will s.ive
considerably *, i. ....t i 1% on
liu-,ilmA ROY.STON,
No. 57 Balto. St. I1 dcor above
mh 25 P 'Trivoleti's alley.
'IAM 1A'Glki iUSANDK, over 31iyears ols,
C COtNAC do. i(;5,
0 L'A El) i(o.
Pmine PEACH i(to.
Superior O1,1) SPIRITS;
lih.h flavored JANIMAI(,A do;
(it -Highlanid ',COI'CH WHISKEY, and
MONO(NGAHELA do.
Constantly on h and and foibr sale by
G. M. HUTTON,
mh 19 2i Balto. st.
IAL' lilISt9. I I... 1 iS |'ANSi. SOAP
MANUFACT1ORY.
No. 14 Pleasant street, between Hollidaiily and North.
j1RANCIS IYV1E L &SONS have always on
hand and fr sale-
DIP'D) CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palmn SOA P, in boxes
Do do do. in lb &t lb lumps
Shipping: and in,,. I \ 1'. ..
Fancy SOAPS, - c -l- .',i "...
oc ti ntiltf
199 D 1OZ. asorted Cordial, surenor to any
0" imported
50 (ito 2d quality do
20 bbls, asdl. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kenimrel
5 do Win.e Bitters
40 dto Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortmenit of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMA NI) COURTOIS,
no 21 Secondt st.

CLARET--Chateau Lafite, Whiite Wine
Chateau Latour, tiaut Saunterne
.Branne Mounton, Muscat Frontugnan
Pontel St. Jnlien
St. Julien Meiloc
do. inu casks el 60 gallons
ALSO--Ctambeattn
Ctiampaune 'Golden Crown'
PORT WINE, in qiar. casks
'Eagle' and 'Bouchne and Fils' for sale on liberal
terms by J. F. STROHM & CO.
mh 25 d4t P 35 S. Gay st.
A CARlt.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
his friends and the public, that he has removed
his SILVER PLATING & COACH LAMP MAN-
UFACTORY, foin Bank lane to No. 16South Cal-
vert street-mnt I,.nr ,,-a associated hbinself with Mr.
GEO. H. -I'H-.i.I .lt the business will herealter
be conducted under the firm ot CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in store andtlor sale,
a general assortment of SAI)D)LERY, and 1: ,-t.
variety of ('CrA('H MOUNTINGS and ]1 i,.i .
MINGS; nr, (Ti pT.,u, Axles, Steps, Bands, Han-
dies, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
V.\ at \' I I. warranted equal to any in use.
"I I.Vr -.l( PLATING ii all its varieties, executed
to order in their usual suri'- i ,, Il.
A' H L. >'AMPBELL,
GEll. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself of this occasion to
sxpe I-nh thanks to his numerous friends for their
vi-',' hrt-r 1 lne,,.,i.a-,.r rnl, and hopes to deserve a
cootinuance t.I ui-i, ',nti."'age. d? ia 15
i'.'l L,


WILSON, HAWKSWORTH & MOSS,
Manutactiurers ol'f Steel, Sheffield, England,
CAST STEEL of all sizes
Best Double refined Shear STEEL
GERMAN SI'EEL
Cnoach Spring do
Genuine (L) Blister STEEL
English Blister STEEL.
The subscriber, agent for the above manufacturers
has onh and an assoitument of Steel of their make
which lie olfers tfor sale on the most accommodating
terms, and is prepared to execute orders to any extent.
The celebrated shoe and Butcher knives oft J. Wilhon
are manufactured by the senior partner fioim Wilson,
Hawksworth &. Moss's warranted Steel which is .lso
used by other well known Malnulacturers in England;
but steel being an article which depends on its intrin-
sic merits, he only solids a full anl fair trial tand
will warrant every Bar to be as represented.
SAM'L. POULTNEY,
oc 19 Lombard st. near lI'lhi
RhEMOVAL.
TH1E subscriber has removed his STEAM CARD
FACTION Y, LEATHER STORE and MAANU-
FACTURERS WAREHOUSE tifrom Nos.89 and 102
West Pratt street, to the new yellow budding, corner
ofEutaw st. andi Carpenter Alley, between Pratt and
Lombard street.
Having all things put in complete order, he is now
prepared to furnish Card Clothing of superior quality,
anid all Nos. Irom 15 to34 inclusive.
Also on band a large anei general assortment of
MNanufacturers articles, such as Picker, L.ace and
Roller Leather Reeds, Shuttles, (all kinds) Pickers,
Roller Cloth, Russia I ;, I (warranted genuine)
Bobbins, (Warp and I' ii, Harnes, (Cotton and
Worsted) Washers, (all sizes) Emery, (ass'd Nos.)
Potato Starch, Card Plyers, Comb Plate, Cleaninig
Combs, Glass Steps, liushes of all kinds used in
Cotton or Woollen Mills.
Belt Leather of superior quality,Belts made to or-
der, from 1 to 20 inches wide, and any length, cemen-
ted and sewe, ton lri.... tealn Engines, Coton
and Woollen Mills, -.in, mm, :, &C. and Also, Eleva-
tors for Grist Mills.
All of which will be furnished on -.c ...... ii,
term, by JOHN H. H1.,l, LI.L.
ja I P eolt
C-OIN 1 I3 SSN1 El i- I) L !WA _Ki.
r' II inili : rn.l t.,,ii., t.. i. 11ily appointed
I ( .".i i, 1-.'..- 1I ..[I H ,1 1. ,,I L -l.,ware resident
in Maryland, is fully empowered to administer oaths
or affirmations, and to take depositions and affidavits
to be used in that State; also to certify to probates of
accounts against the estates of deceased persons, trans-
fers of Banik ad other stocks, &c. All affidavits, de-
positions or acknowledgments made before tpe Corn
missioner, are as effectual in law as if done and certi-
fied to by any Justice of the Peace or other officer ot
the State of Delaware. ROBERT A. DOBBIN,
iy 10 No. 2 South Gay street.


DIICK, DRILLINGS,&c. &c. all of which
with many others, are offered on the most accommo-
in 'iln p'u learns to cash or punctual customers.
li'.m '. and Country trade are respectfully invited
to call and examine our stork.
EDWARD PITTMAN & CO.
mh5 dlww3w
4FRESU SPRING ,RV GOODS.
IF'i&T- II MAl'LACK, No. 200 1 altimone
l,-.-', nearly opposite Hanover street, have re-
ceived antd are dl iv adding to their stock, a beautiful
lot of Fresh Spiing GOODS, consisting in part of the
SI. I I ti, Btlaclik antl Fancy
Spring col'd CASSIMERES, single milled
French Cassimeres, super article
French and English Silk anid Shally VESTINGS
I,..ti.l T'WEEDS
S,-,,, ..li I .-i Summer CLOTHS
Black l..In in I.LOTHS
CAMBRI ONS, super qualities
White Linen Dl.;ij.- and col'dI do
Irish Brown 1.1'NI d ind I le:sieihe do
LAWNS; raminted Mus-ins, &.Ic. c.
MOUSLIN D'LAINE anl SHALLYS
Embroider-'.l I. n' rich article
Cambric ill I i \S, Jaconetts and Swiss do
Plaii Jaconnit adi Brok AlMU. Li NS
Prints, trom 7 c's to 30
Fine LongLAWNS anil Linen Cambric IDKFS;
WVith a general assoilinent tiihsh and Dnomuiestic
GOODS. We invite thel city and country dealers to
our stock of Prints and s i nawos, thie tianlsonmist It to
be met with in this market, andm will be so'l at low pri-
ces to punctual dealers. BETl'S & MA'I LACUK.
mh 15 3aw't
"ROWSt AND) WOODEN WARE STORE
51 \N1L FACTORY.-I have now on hand and
for sale-
300 doz. Painted BUCKETS
100 deoz. Horae do
10.000 Corin BROOMS
3000 Whisk BRUSHES
600 nests Suigar BO)XES
100 do FLOUR PAILS
150 do Iron Bound CedarTUBS
60 bales Alicante Mats, Nos. 1, & &3.
Together with many other articles kept in my line,
such as Butter Prints,Wooden Bowls, Ladles, Spoon-,
Wash Boards, Srool Stands, Willow Baskets, Cra-
dles and Carriages, Cloth Pins, Rolling Pins, Spiggot,
ic I&c. And constantly receiving fresh supplies from
different Factories at the East Also manufacturing
all kinds of Cedar Ware and Brooms. All of which
I will sell at Wholesale on as reasonable terms as
they can be obtained in the Northern cities.
SPENCER ROWE, Jr.
mh 11 No. 70 Calvert st. 6 doors trom Pratt st,
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CHINA HALT.,
Sign oftho Gold Pitcher.
N. B. Packings as usual warantr'd.i mh 24 P
U BENJAMIN, No. 193 BALTIMORE
1 STIREET, has received per late arrivals from
Europe, and has constantly on hand for sale low,
on accommodating terms, the n.-Il.. .i'm- .,u tles-
such as Gentlemen's super I .,i,,. I .,:-. and
DUCK GUNS, D)ouble and Single barrel; Yonuths
do dto, Brass, Steel and Damascus Barrel PISTOLS;
a very hullassortine-. H..,.. Yates and other kinds
of GERiMAN S II.t I tt I, %... such as Spoons,
Forks, Suiar Tongs, Soup Ladles, Fish Knives,Pock-
et Combsn Rogers, i1 ,-i .I.. .. Snderson's CUTLERY
Gillott's, Perry's, ,,iii. '., Warin's, Attwood's,
MAlitchiell's, Chance's, Itarwood's. Mosley's, Heely's,
and Dannis's STiEEI PENS-together with a large
and complete assortment o f'JEW IR Y iand FANCY
STATIONARY, with other articles :oo numerous to
mention. Country inerchants womiud do well to call and
examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere.
oc 24
LUMBER FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
W M. V. MILL.. I-.,.... ito close his present
stock o LU l1 ll .. ,nandi, offers it torsale
Ifwfor cash, or approved paper. The stock consists
of Panel, common, elect antd "ornnmon Collings,
dnre-sed and undressed Flooring, Norway and Eastern
Shore Joisits, ii .,.. ant Ralters,4-4, 6-4, 8-4 and 3
inch Ash and t 1 i., : i Poplar, Curl M ;,i I. ..rilh.-
and Boalds, 2 inch Maple, 2-4 and -Si ii, 1 1 i ;
anid Pine Timber, Shingles, split and i%. --.i I.,nl.,
ark Logs; and many other things tol tedious to men-
tion. Any of their above stock will be sild at private
sale until Thitsday April 1st, and on that day at O10
o'clock, the btalaice will be sold at auction; with two
wagons, to the highest bidder. Terms made known
on the day of sale.
The LOT on the corner of Pratt street and East
Falls'avenue tor RENT, as also the LOT on West
Fall's avenue, and the LOT on Concord and Bwly's
, ,m--i n_ 17 eots PBS
I'. LI.I .1 i j .'IN ; *-Sr ..i ... -, t
u '- i n- in l. r i I.i l]. ll l i.i ,,i in In i
opened his TAILORING and CLOTHING ESTA B
LISHMENT, No. 278 BALTIMORE ST., (the fifth
door Irom m, tw.) where he has laid in an entire
NEW STOCKOF GOODS, ol the very latest im-
portations, which he intends constantly to keep on
hani; together with a large and general assortment ot
CLOTHING, made in the newest style and latest
fashions.
Country Merchants and others wishing to purchase,
would do well to call and examine for themselves, as
every accommodation will be extended to those who
bay to sell again.
Those who prefer leaving measure for their Cloth-
ing, can have them made in the neatest style and on
pleasing terms, mh 6 eolm


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H OUR GLASS GIN-lIne suinscriner sole
Agent for this superior flavored GIN, has lately
received per different arrivals from Holland a superior
lot of fifty pipes which is oflgered on reasonable terms.
C. W. KARTHAUS,
mh In No. 9 Commerce street.
W- ROIRGI \~ FI.OimING BOARDS.-The
cargo ofnschr. Anti, from Darien, arrived this day
about 40,000 b.et It inches thick and 6 inches wide,
bor sale by WAM. GUNNISON,
Commission Merchant,
mh 23 99 Bowly's wharf.
p- 8I 1 LE.i1- I- i %1 ,AND F O0r Ip-150
case' Palm Leaf HATS, comprising an as-oit-
ment of white and col'd.; 50 cases Palm Leaft HOOIS
-white and colouraned, some new styles. For sale by
C. H. CARROLL & TINGES,
N. W. Corner o1 Baltimore and Liberty sis.
mh 24 6t P ___ up stairs.
B Lt Ir T NNl.. i % Ai:4 --I.- u.-'.-..uiit. i
are authorised to receive orders for every des-
cription ot'f Brittannia Ware, manulactured by Reed &
Barton, oft'Taunton. The quality ol' the ware andi pat-
terns is in all respects equal to the best of English
manufacture. Samples of Tea Ware. Lamps, &c. can
be shown; and orders will be punctually execurited.-
The attention of dealers is respeetfnlly invited.
ED)WARI)S & COBB,
mhb 25 7 Norlh Chtarles street.
fUHtE UNlDERSIluNEI) olfertor satle on itlie
T3 mos-t favorable terms the following articles re-
ceived aon r i (. I,-;: I l-
40 qr. c., -i.. ..l nd Madeira
3 Indian bbls Amontillado SHERRY
50 baskets CHAMPAGNE
12 dozen Madeira WINE
1 pipe do
5000 INbs Cotton Yarn
HENRY THOMPSON & SON,
ml 24 d P No. 41 Snuth Gay street.
RUGS, D1 ; STUFFS &,c-
10 cases Crude CAMPHOR
6 do Bengal INDIGO
18 a-roons Caracas I NDIGO)
40 cases LIQUORIC'E PASTE
White Jamaica GINGER
SODA ASH
10 cases Manilla INDIGO
In store and lor sale by
SAMUEL GETTING,
mh22 MSt P No. 55 Smith's wnf.
SACE GOODS- We ace just receiving and ol-
Sler for sale
Plain BOBINETS and QUILLINGS
Wire Ground NETTS
Figured BOBINETS
Patent Spot (Io
Lisle LACE EDGINGS and INSERTINGS
Wire Ground LACES and EI)DGINGS
D)o do QUILLINGS
Lace VEIL', SHAWLS and SCARFS.
WILLIAMSON & HENRY.
mh 20o 12 South Chiarles st.
IUGAR, MOLASSES. COFFEE, TEA, &c.
S25 hhds. New Orleans SUGAR
15 do do MOLASSES
15 do Cuba do
150 bags Rio, f.n:rt,,a and St. Domingo Coffee
50 do Java I 1F IL
Younz Hyson, Imperial and G. P. TEA
11 I % [ antd LIQUORS, of all kinds
Nutmegs, Mace, Cloves, Ca'sia, Rice, Pepper,
Allspice, Soap, Starch, Candles, Lamp Oil, &c.
For sale low by
FAWM. & GEO. McLEAN,
mh 24 PS Lombard near Light street.
FU RNITUIIR WARE ROOM.
HE SUBSCRIBER has in store and offers for
sale of h is own manufactory-
Spring Seat SOFAS
I)o do ROCKING CHAIRS
French Parlour (CHAIRS
S. ii f. o;.: 0o Recumbent Chairs
I i r,i\l \N% N
MUSIC STOOLS
LOUNGES
Sofa Bedn, COTS, &c.
All of which will be sold on pleasing terms, by
WALTER I rIi',,K, Jr.
No. 104 Baltimore street,
amh 24 Ot between South and Calvert st.
FRESI i FRUIiT.
500 BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
200 half bbls do do
200 qr. sdo do do
100 boxes Cluster do
200 drums -n-n\ rFIGS
200 boxes ( .IRAM\,l -
100 do LEMONS
50 cases Muscat WINE
10 do Fine Tablhe SALT
20 do SweetMeats
100 dozen superior Lemon Syrupt
25 dozen Jars ass'ted PICKLES
25 boxes CITRON
20 cases PRUNES, in glass Jars
500010 superior Havana Segars, different brands
18 bags Pahn NUTS
5 bags FILIIBERTS
15 hags ALMONI)S.
Also, all kinds of Candy manufactured and put up at
the shortest notice. For sale low by
WM. LANAHAN&C(o.
No. 165 Baltimore .-1.. i. lIl. door
m l 24 6tt aIst. I in 1,i strer-t.
'TAKE NOTICE.
r IRIE.etablishment of Roberts and Repme, Brush
T Manutacturers and dealers in Fancy Goots and
house keepingarticles, owing to the- recent destructive
tirn, whicit burnt Ihiin out. has been ree move tnion
No. 39 to 3 North Iloward street, one door from Bal-
timore street, whPre thiy will keep contantly on
hand wholesale and retail a Eamr!d| andil very extensive
assortment ofh brushes, I :,i '. m,..-i .,. and house keep-
ing articles. The public may rely oin obtaining at this
establishment, goods of t ihe most splendid and durable
atlricture, both as it respects material Iand manun fac-
ture; an i I..... .-I a. l be off.-rid' for sale that is inte-
ri o r o lr H-','.- hi,' let htotta e-kl eepers call] an
examine tor themselves. With the most profound
gratitudeflor past fav.wurs, the subscribers solicit re-
speltuilly a continnuanceol'f former patronag- with tihe
assurance that in every thn i in their line of business,
they will have art eye to tine advantage of the pur-
chaser as well as themselves.
We holm this maxim tinue, in rust and trade,
"Be always shonest andil your fortune's made;
For by di'boniest business you abuse'.'
All confid-nce an'd public favour lose. R, & R.
mhi 22 P 4t
SELLING OFF.
S I design removing hfom my present place of
business in the corrre iof a few weeks, I oftter for
sale my entirestock ofl 'CUT GOOD)S at very reduced
price-; they consist ot what rnov h usuallylt found in ii
retail dry goods store-all in v.. ,, are good amr most
have been selected this Spring consisting of Calicoes,
Chinizes, Hosiery, Glove-, Laces, Shawls, Plain andt
i -i. Mnuslins, Cambric', Barnisley Sheeting and
Towelling, 'Table atndl Russia Diaper, a great variety
of French andi Swiss worked Collars, Irish Linens andl
all such articles as are required by house-keepers and
others. Great bargains may be tait.
JOHN A. ROCHE,
mh 22 CS No. 52 Itanover st.
FRESH SPRING- DRY tOODS.
191 BA LTI\[MORE STREET-IN PARI',
W OOL BLACK, Black and Medley Cloths
Plain and FancyCASSIMERES
SATINECTTS, KENTUCKY JEANS
I, \ M ItbI' ",'N-. Ribbons, Stockings, anu fancy
L..in. I lI.1..'--a large variety oh plain and
fancy
Bro. LINENS, 4 4,3-4 and 7-8 DOWLAS
Sueri.er CLO)THS, plain and twilled
P1R IN TS, A merican anil imported new styles
MOUSLIN DELAINE
Printed Lawns an I MUSLIN, rich and new
Black anit Lavender and Mourning PRINTS
LUSTRINGC-Black Italian
GRO DE NAPS- Fie'd striped and plain
PA NTA LOON STUFFS, of every variety
IRISH LINENS-4-4 various qualities
54. 10-4. 12-4 Barnsley SHEETING
Brown HoLlands and Black do
3 4 and 6-4 Red PADDING
Canvas Padding, WIGANS
4-4 Silesias and col'd CA M BRICS
Cambric MUSLINS.Plaid and striped Jaconets
Swiss Tamboured MUSLIN, some very sup.
asorted
VELVETS--super Lyons anti Tabby
Buttons, Wadding, Suspenders, PINS
Sewing SILK, Spool and Ball COTTON
Patent Thread, Ribbons, HOSIERY
Lacets, Hilkta, CRAVATS, icc. cc. &c.
T,.-'.mnn.,I -.mi an assortment of DOMESTIC COT-
1 uN GOODS, snch as-
3-4,7 8,4 5 and 5-4 Brown & Bleached StlR-
TI NGS & SHEEIING, ().-NABURGS,


G IO GE fA&. YATES, At,. 1"2 5Gemun at. oiter
-tor saleb IkI- I -., 1.-' -
.al_'I.I, \ GOODS.
Aire rican PRIN IS-3-4 low priced PLATES; 3 and
colored and felt (CHINTZ; some very choice
styles 4-4 CHINTZES andI PLATES, from the
Franklin Works;
itI... 1 1, 1-1 I, I 1 -1' I i.l,. .-rd Dedham MILLS
I'.. III IlJl Ni,, l-.. i. .IHIRTINGS
li. l ii.- I-i.t, ini "HI.L I i \i.': a superior article
M1 .r .,-.-,'llll IN,.", I,,.,r Ilue DRILLS
N \ Mi I I N"-- '- ,s ..t n manuifacture
4-1 eP tia i,. I It KI',t'. o i t 14-4 plaid Linseys
7-8 Scarlet Fl.J N EI F, 1 I Indigo Apron CHECK
Wool Black, hl.m.. -ni a.-..n BROAD CLOTHS.
RIPK \'- I iAN A l.)ONSSTUFFS.
Penna. JEANS I Log Cabin MIXTURES
Const'n ''TWIll. I Printed JEANS
Rouen \ I 1 1Llil' Cottonades and PLAIDS
Bath (i lI'. I Blue DRILLS
Victoria (to do Pittsburg CORDS
De Joinville do h Drab do
Printed DRILLS Striped GAMIBROONS
White &BlI- -,...it'ru.I do COBURGS
Schuylkill I RIHPF. Fancy PLAIDS, &c. &c.
IJNII !-lI GOODS.
Chintz, light and dark. and black andi white PRINTS
7-8 andt iii..i It. i'\N ,,, i I\CONETS
Black arn I...i- I kit N,', ,. ,,,'i.er GINGHAMS
Printed l% ll%1 INI t1 1 I. 1NI S
Super t.1, t; A Mlki itN'. i in.... do and DRILLS
Printed \ t I -, ,I I I% o l I IiIIINGS; Valencias
3-4 Genoa CORDS; Aladrass and Verona HDKFS.
Jones' -4 CAMBRICS and JACONETS and lancy
MUSLINS
Cambric and Furniture DIMITY; Victoria ROBES
Patent THREADS;Green Shoe THREAD
Raw ,1,11 .,..! ,M .i.-it Spool COTT(ON
Inn.'. r, ... ui,.l \i.I ,., PINS
Wool Black, Black. Blue, Grien and Brown CLOTH
Blue, Wool and I"'" a Black,and fancy CASSIMERE
Single milled, :.in 1 ..i hii C1 do
I l '\i GOODS.
Col'd, SATINS. hn,I. il. SCARFS; Belt Ribbons
Linen Cambric Illill-" iliin and hemstitched
Sati n GLOVE;-: ,:.'. ,. riack Emb'd. Silk MITTS
3-4 and 7-8 Black MOD)ES; Tafftta CRAVATS
Printed. .1 t. I lir1&QHH %Wl S;6-1 Damask do
3(0 ir,-u M ,n...i. I i 111 NMt.. POtUIT DE SOlE
Cra-...I I1-I.. i,-A ,l.I. lii...he MUSLINS
MOLA-I-. I I.' I' L.%I N F.. diagonal and plain
Hea' Inn,,-, "A II 1,- aILi. V'ETS and Silk VEST-
I Nt,-a
Mode SILK, 'lit.. C*" Rich Chine and Crape Chine
SHAWLS
Emnb'd. Cashmere POINTS, Silk Lining andi Tassels
Rich fig'd. Silk SHAWLS; Lyons VELVETS.
mnmh 16 diOt
Sv$'.W N_-i 'KI ,M; 4,.001) ..
W W. LITTELL & CO. are now receiving
*lrom auction nd other sources theirSPRING
GOODS, to which we invite the Ladies to call and
see before l. I ,i.,. as Ihey will be soli unusually
cheap, anti ill lII .ntir assortment very complete.
W. W. LITTELL & CO.
mi 15S 51 Baltimore st.
NE W "TILE lI'i-.%C. NOi A.\ Ls
OBT. niMcELDOWNEv & CO. liavejust
S ,,r- .i from New York, a small lot of very
handsome SPRING SHA WLS. They are quite dit-
lerent fromn any we have had this season-the Ladies
are respectfully requested to call and see them at 97
Batllo. st. between South andt Calvert sts. mh 15
LI N EN-1 i1 L L-n I I i, T1411 LINEN t&c.
UST RECEIVED from Auction and other
sources-
Super and common brown Linen DRILLINGS
!o r do 3-1 & ,1-1 Brown LINENS
do 4-4 yellow and self coloured do
Linien BURLAIPS, Nos. 1,2 andl 3
Barklit's soft finish Irish I.INENS, from3l cts, to $1
Superior 12-4 B.in I. i SHEETINtiS, very cneap
Marseiles VI I IN.,-' andi Americani NA NKEENS
Brown an: Bleached Linen Table CLOTHS
Rich iMviouiselin e e Laines anil English CHINTZ
Ladies nchi I'laid Silk HDKFS; Suiper VictorinaRobes
White Jaconet and Cambric MUSLINS.
Will many other desirable articles-all of which
will be sold either Wholesale or Retail, at very redu-
ced prices. BEALE H. RICHIARDSON,
1'o. 165 Baltimore st.
mh 22 R 3 doors below Charles st
BONNETS.
S & B. ATWOOD, MANUFACTURERS
S aF STRAW (GOODS,have taken rooms over
E. B. Estes and will keep a complete and desirable
assortment eo the Latest and Imnproved Styles. Will
he received weekly troin their Factory in Mass.,
fresh supplies, making their stock decidedly the best
in the city.
A LSO.-Palm Leaf Hats and Hoods, Boots, Shoes,
&c. &c. S. & B. ATWOOD,
inh 15 d3mos 187 Baltimore st.
N II' VIOIDIL Il ,HI. An l't.&. ,'r,+
7 street, have just received by thie Bark Philadel-
phia Irom Liverpool-
15 bales Linen (Cit.- in. it:-I new style
S W orsted ,i .-- i..,.
1 case Londton printed Q .ni.i -' and Weltings
2 Superior Ging tamn Umbirellas
5 6-41 i-.' *l :\lerinoes
6 Indit.in i. il Hdkfls.
They lihave also on ihand of recent importations a
,..i. n...,in of Btritish and French Good', all of
i i,. ,ii i .1 sell on liberal terms, mhil 23 2w
i,. 4 L I',. iIEESE,R-OLL ,1.'I 11.I. .',
A ,.' 1. 11, i..t. I,- iCON, Hon g Roundt
50 ( i, 1 i 1 lf r nale low
1I barn els Roll BU'I TER.
50 kegq No. 2 ido
oo11) Itlhoxa o l XASS, 8-10 ant 10-12
(;INSEI'; B IEEInSWAX, .rATHKSi&.', &c. Tin
I'LATE, Iron WIRE, andt Sheet IRON, rior sale
by .1tSE't;PH TAVLA)tR & SON,
nmh 19 dlw Corner ol Eultaw and German s9s
A. CARI.t U
f.IIE Subscriber has just received, in addition to
his lon. r stock, a lhii'e asqoitment or 3 ply,
super and line ingrain CARPETI[NG, of new styles
and superior quality, which will be sold bargains
eil her at wholesale or retail. The puillic is invited to
call and examine the same, at
No. 210 Baltimore street,
mit 19 dlw R_____I)DUH I UVALI..

I NEW YORK &> EXCHANGE.
I',. Inn\. )
\ ii., Mi \ MONEY
SPECIE & TREASURY NOTES, Wanted at
highest rates of premium, by
CARTIER, MORTON & CO.
mh 17 _______ 38 Balto, st.
N A M 1i C- 1 % I I \ ,N 1 ... .. 1. 1, . ., , r .^ -
ers aiil the public in ,ns-rIl, that he has now
made Lp a large assortment .i J11- most beautiful and
fashionable BOOTS, which he will sell wholesale or
retail at reduced prices, ( ir, i r. of--
OPERA BOt)OTS, French Gaizd Fancy Legs
Fine Callf Pump BOOTS
do t'.,i-.n,. ,to with spurs, allpatterns
rdo ,I 'I h..I SOLES, water proof
rho CORK SOLES do
All of which is warranted to be superior to any
hat is, or can be manufactured in this city.
A liberal discount made tor cash.
fe 19 2aw2m
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE,
I AMMOND A& POR'I'ER.--No. 204 Bel-
timore street, (opposite Hnnover street)-Have
on hand and are just receiving a complete assortment
ot the above articles, new styles and shapes. Also,
White and Blue GRANITE CHINA, Tea, Dinner
and Toilet Ware; a I,.,. quantity of I lON STONE
CHINA DINNER, lEA aund TOiLE'F WARE.
To which they particularly invite Merchants and the
retail trade of Baltimore, and all others wanting arti-
cles im the above line, as they are determined to sell
goods as low as they can be purchased in any other
house. All goods warranteml to be packvid welt.
fe l3 2awtf HA N MIN 1) Ic PORTER.
WHOLESALE CHINA GLAsS AN D
QU EENSWA RE.
E M. KERR & CO. have now in store oftheir
own imlportatiou, more than
l tfhd) PACKAGES QUEENSWARE
M.V t IJ CHINA, ot entire new slyleshapes
andI p ntternsa
ALSO,-In addition to their own importations, they
have recently received ioum the New York Cash
Auction Package Sales, l126 Packages, c...r.-. *I', .u
most compiet," qndit .5neru aasn'to~renl. I i,- .i.-..l.
having beau l'u, ,:i',u,-.1l I ,r .. .i, mi In- depressed state
of i- i.,,i!',.., that it enables us to otter them to
(',-iiiniti l I,-r- on such terms as cannot tail to please.
Ill rii .ii ., i,-':essary for M erchants is to call, ex-
amine the extensive selck, the assortment and RE-
DUCED-PRICES, anst juiltge if they will not be ben-
efited by ptncliasing there QUEENSWARE at this
Establishment.
A very liberal discount for cash, or ho punctual deal-
ers on ttne usual credit. E. M. KERR & CO.


NEWI SPRING GOODS.
161 BALTIMORE ST.
L EWIS & LEVERING have now received
their full supply of FANCY AND STAPLE
SPRING GOODS, all of which selected from the la-
test i',-. ianin'-.. -.nd purchased at thire best advan-
tage, tii-i ....- l-l. 1 t thie public WHOLESALE and
RETAIL, at the very lowest market prices, and on
accommodating terms-
FRENCH GOODS.
CHINE SATIN, and FILE SHAWLS-all colors
and sizes
CHINE BRILLIANT 1 The newest
SATIN TURE I sthle and pat-
GROS DE VICTORINE terns,lordress-
PLAID GROS DE SOlE as, in all
aiir.l' h.I f',D,-I1.Hi iE PARISJ widths.
-I Ill I lt.11 1 '/.\I N bl'k and blue bl'k.
Plain, figured and embr. MOUSLIN )E LAINES-
splendid style
Tartan Plaid MIOUS. DE LAINE, afor children'
wear
BONNET LAWNS ani CRAPE LISE-in every
color
GLOVES and MITS, In Kid, Silk, File and Colton,
Ladies, Gentlemen and children's sizes
EMBROIDERIES of every kind, CAPES, COL-
LARS, &c. ,
Silk, Satin anid file CRAVATS, for Ladies
SWISS MNIUSLINS, plain and figured
Embroide ed M A NTILLAS-lined with Silk
French CHINTZES and LAWNS-, m-rLi a-tiety
Linen Cambric HIDKFS. and Linen (CA M- IB h' %,in
all qualities.
BRITISH GOODS.
CHINTZES and PRINTS, newest slyle
LAWNS, Satin striped and plain for Dresses
CAMBRICs, JACONETS, MULL, BOOK MUS-
LIN, BISHOP LAWN
BOBBINET and INSERTINGS-in all grades,plain
"m1, ti rimi,
'.N' l tIr.l I I GINGHAMS
HOSIERY, in Silk, Colton and Thread
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, GAMBROONS AND
DRILLINGS.
Of these articles we have now on hand and keep
constantly a supply surpassed by none in the city.-
Bought at A action, we can offer great inducements in
these articles. Just received-
Superior T tilled Velvet Top bl'k CLOTHS
Wool dyed West of England dro (o
IBlue, invisible and rifle n er-o. bronze, mulberry,
niePi-I ;,n.ir r.,r ii CL(I I I-a ir every quality,
Irmit. i.. n. 1- i yard.
SCA',-I .' hr I-.'--ii.' and double Milled,-latest
styles
GAMBROONS, plain and Ribbed-best quality.
DRILLINGS AND VESTINGS.
Received two cases most superb Goods, by the
Steamer President at New York, of which we have
now lthe sample cards at our store. The goods to ar-
rive in a lew days.
TAILORS'THIMMINGS of every kind.
DOMESTIC GOODS
By the bale, piece or yard, in every kind, at factory
prices.
Determined to sell very low for cash, or to respon-
sible purchasers at the usual time, we invite all in our
mnaiket desirous to buy handsome and fiesh Goods at
the cheapest rate to give us a call at our Store, No.
161 BALTIMNORE ST'. mh 13 S eolm
WM. H. BAYZAND,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
74 BALTIMORE STREET.
A VAILS himseltot the present opportunity of
returning his aek'inwiwele-pmrnt for the very lib-
eral patronage he 1. .- t.., i.,,, 1, it, t an,. .I hopes
by unremitting exertions to merit a cruin inu , otit;
at the same time lie tanses pleasure in informing his
friends and the public generally,lie is prepared to exe-
cute orders in his line in a very superior manner in
consequence oft having e,. ,- ..I -r iiiL m.nn Inom one
of the most fashionable u i ..lt.,,,,-i.' nr N..-% York
ais cutter. The subscriber feels confidence in asserting
that orders entrusted to his care will he completed
in the most SCIENTIFIC andi FASHIONABLE
STYILE. W. H. B. has received by recent impor-
tations a very superior stock ol thIe finest BROAD-
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,&c. which
he is prepared to make up at the shortest notice and
lowest terms-
N. IB. All work (tone at the establishment will be
guaranteed as to fit ann make, it' not satisfactory to
the parties they will not be required to take the goods,
fe27 2aw8t _.. W.H. BAYZAND.
ROBtllRiT' II t11F: NOI.)S
.1 I hI.i f'l" 47' L I \l,
Knoxville, Tennessee.
EI WVILL attend to the collection of claims
J throughout the District of East Tennessee. -
REFER TO
Messrs. W. F. & A. Murdoch & Co.)
Thomas & Co.
Charles Fischer & Co. Baltimore.
McKim & Brother, Baltimore.
Gosnell & Deories,
Brains & Focke, J
Mr. Chs. II. H. Brown, Baltimore.
Messrs. Robt. Patterson &8Co. 1
Wingate, Gaskell & Knox I
Wood & Abbott, -Philadelphia.
Ileny Bird & Co. I
Mr. Geo. G. Welles, J
fe 19 dtlstA
-TI 1)1: w-i. 'TEiti-- -AL-' L-o ;I S1ioI-
HO USEi.
C D IIINKS CoC. FLIOURANDGENE-
e RAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 3
Spear's Wharf, Bltintnore--Oher their services to
Mlerchan's and others, i. ini.. Ti in this market, for the
q a!eho s'USQUEHA_\'t \ PRODUCE, or PUR-
(CIASE OW ntIs Some years experience, together with their very
favorable location, justifies them in believing they
wiill re able to give Jin,. isatitstaction.
Relfer to Oruloriff ,s ''. 1
Clark l & ii.... .
Kiddlanms i. ..--, l Baltimore.
Revnolds & Mosher, I
Drakely & Fenton, )
P. A. & S. Small, York, Pa.
Sterrett & Potter, L Pa
J. & J. Milliken, Lewistown, Pa.
A. B. I)Dmaree, Newport, Pa.
Jona. Hager & Sonr, Hagerstown, Md.
mh 24 eo4t
o.T-lhe Philadelphia United Stales Gazette; Har-
risburr Inthihrnr ,ar; the Journal, Pottsville; Advo-
cate, W ill. -I... I'i.; and Spy, at Columbia, will
pnbhlti tihe above to amount of $2 each, and charge
this office.
GREAT REDUCTION.
AT NO. 7 LEXINGTON STREET,
4 Doors West j Charlrs street.
A J. BROWN, SURGEON DENTIST and
manufacturer ot Mineral Incorruptible TEETH,
still continue to perform alt operations appertaining to
the Dental Profession, at the following exceedingly
low prices-
For making whole set of TEETH $60,00
inserting Teeth on ...l plate 3,50
..i.n 2,00
pivot 1,5(1
plunging Teeth with gold 1,00
silver 50
filling Teeth 25
cleamg 1,00
1.*,... ;,, i ,,-'.^i e 1.00
N. B. In .-.... r'. 1... be found at his office all
day anmh nimht, No. 7 Lexinnton st. mh 24
ryE IE-L -I E-iN' 14 N I'-.lJ i, z Sin mi-a;, Iris adver-
S3 tisements in the American and the Sun under
the head of Miraculous Oriental Manner ot Lavation
for the strengthening asi improvement of the health
asnd beauty, now begs leave to acquaint the Public,
he will commence the instudtion he promised, on
thue 19th of April, 1841. The most esteemed subscri-
bers will please to call at his office, Baltimore street,
between Pine and Pearl streets, ou the premises of
Mr. IHarges, manufacturer oa Pianos, 2d story-La-
dies, Mondavs, from 8 o'clock A M. till 5 o'clock
P. M.; and Gentlemen at the same hours on Thurs-
dlay. Ladies attended by a Lady, atnd Gentlemen by
thip in.larsi-nuit himself. Ladies please to apply on
I I.iF.'l.? N\ ai- I Gentlemen on Friday, for tfuther
particulars.
The undersigned abstaining from any further vaunt-
ing his mode of cure, proved by experience of many
years and mare use of, by the most qualified physi-
cians of Greece and Germany, beass 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
rennove forever toothache. He begs to conclude with
the following motli:
"The idle fancies of preconception Time will des-
troy; while she will sanction the decisions of nature,
Hand in hand with nature there is no possibility of
being misled, acud reason ought to be our guardian
through lihe-Infatlibility is predominant in nature,
asol ru..ii,, -i,.' but she preserves and prolongs the
lile 1.1 h,,n..nlI C. G. SEIPPEL,


Baltimore, March 18th, ld41. .
T HE STOCKHOLDERS are hereby notified
.Uthat an election for twelve Directors will te,--eh ,
at the Banking House. between the hors o t 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.
F ARMERS AND MILLERS BANK OF
HAGERSTOWN, March 16,1841.-The Stock'
holders of this Bank are hereby notified that an Elec-
tion tor 8 Directors to serve the ensuing year, will be
held at the Banking House, on the FIitST MON-
DAY OF MAY NEXT. between the hours of10 and
2 o'clock. G. R. BEALL, President.
Hagerstown, Md., March 16, 1841.
mh 18 dt3rdMy
DAGUERREOTYPE.
IKENESSES taken in clear or cloudy weather
S without the Sun,wbich obviates many objections
to the former mode, 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 ofa perfect Likeness in a
Morrocco case, $5.50. Hours of attendance from
10 o'clock A. M. until 4 o'clock, P. IM. Portraits
copied, etc. HENRY FITZ, Jr.
mh3 dim*
SANTED-A situation in a wholesale Groce-
Sry,Dry Goods or Commission house, by a yonng
man, who has been engaged in the former business.
for upwards of two years; as employment is the prin-
ciple object, a limited salary would only be required.
A line addressed to A. C. and left at the American
office will bt promptly attended to. The veryibest ref.
erences will be given, mh 23 4t*
CARD.
tARDINER'S PATENT FEATHER DRES-
G SER, being refitted, is now in successful opera-
tion. The great utility of this machine has been too
well established, to require any puffin the way of re-
coinmmendation; as regards the preservation of health,
as well as feathers. All orders in the line promptly
attended to, and the beds returned the same day at
small expense by F. GARDINER, corner Frederick
and Second sts. d3m mh 19
WATCHES, WATCHES, WATCHES.
I HAVE just received a beautiful assortment of
Sold patent Lever Watches, cased in fine style,
made by M. J. Tobias, Mortemer, Harrison Johnson,
and also Gold Anchor Lever, ot very fine workman-
shti, 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, Rlt.gs,Breast-.-
Pins, Silver Thimbles, Spectacles, Silver Table jaid
Tea Spoons, with a variety of other goods in theline.
Persons wishing fine Watches, and il .iipase to
call on GABRIEL D. CIAR K,
mh 9 d3w Water street Head of heapside.
/


l3iA.li.AM L,-, I HEIG i' II I PA.PNEK-
S f,.r II. NL i) i i" m'BiK,,. Vi\ I'HE
SI Ji'ih.l.\ NN\ II RIL til) ANIi 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 respectfull solicited to apply at the
Depot No. 122 North Howard street, or to James
Sdl-..r.. \.t. No. 117 North Howard street.
mh 11
BINGIIAM'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............... $1,871)
Hardware............... 1,75 .per 100 lbs.
Groceries................. 1,62,'
Time receipted for 12 days. Apply at Depot No.
122 North Howard st. or
JAMES WILSON, Howard st.
mh 11Agent.


PATENT PORTABLE CAR BODY LINE
T'O PITTSBURG.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
AVE during the Winter increased their facili-
Sties and are now prepared to forward Goods via
Susqiiehanna 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 Pittsbiurg.
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
Depot No. 68 North street, near the Post Office.
mh 10 JOHN WEST, Agent.


A3''tt l 1M'l'S '1"O fl'r~'A'SJB~qtttll.
D. LEECH & CO.
Freight Line to Pittsburg.
DEPOT.
No. 114 North Howard Street,
between Franklin and Mulbery sts.
D LEECH & CO. are now prepared to trans-
port goods, to Pittsburg, via the Susquehanna
Rail Road. and Pennsylvania Canals.
Their facilities, tor lorwarding 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-
ped, anti will rt 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 r German and
Entawsts. JOSEPH TAYLOR& SON,
mh 17 Agents.
FI'REIGHT TO PITTSBURG.


TILI UNITED STATES OtOKTABLE
BOAT LINE.
S now prepared to receive andi 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.-
"it.[.|, ,-i- requested to call at the Depot, No. 19
t.i, iit. No transshipment takes place between
Columbia and Pittsburg. WV. D JONES, Agent.
Oil 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.
milh 23
U. STATES PORTABLE BOAT LINEi.
FROM BAI.TIMORE TO PITISBURG BY
STEAMBOAT TO HAVRE-DE-GRACE, VIA
TIDE WATER CANAL AND, PENNSYLVA-
NIA CANAL AND ALLEGHANY PORTAGE
RAIL ROAD TO PITTSBURG.




TlHIS LINE IS COMPOSED OP BOATS
built in tour 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 of a 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, towel by
two houses, and run day and night (Sundays excep-
ted) delivering goods in the shortest possible time,
and at the lowest rates of freight.
Consignments from New York, Boston or else-
where, will be received and forwarded, and all ex-
penses paid without any charge tbfor 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
itail Road to Hagerstown.
SUSQUEHANNA CANAL LINE,
(via Title Water Canal.)




HE PROPRIETORS of the Line respect-
fully inform the Merchants of Pennsylvania and
those of Baltimore, interested in the trade, that hav-
ing constructed an additional number ot new decked
Canai lii.. ii-\P are prepared toTRANSPORT A-
NY _\ItI.N I' OF TONNAGE, DAILY, that
may be offered, from Baltimore to any point on the
line of Pennsylvania improvements.
tie Boats are constructed with a view of Towing
on the Chesapeake Bay, one of which will leave daily
for Havre-de-Grace in tow ot 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 o t freiglit apply to
WEAVER & MILLER,
Harrisburg.
LOWRY & GILL,
mh 16 No.75& 101 Bowly's wharf, Baltimore.
iA IlIHOitrIsi. Oj'.s 161 BOW-
LY'S WHARF.
DESPATCH TRANSPORTATION LINE
FOR PITTSBURG, VIA TIDE WATER
CANAL, IN TOW OF STEAM
BOATS.




T 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 arid safety to any other, (none excepted.)-
Goods are shipped at once into new decked Canal
Boats, and towed between Baltimore and Havre de
Grace.
9j.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 forrwarded 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.
LOU CABIN FAN MAN UFACTORk.
C( V. HAYNES, No. 52 North Exeter street,
*wonld 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 the.janu-
lacturer 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


Naturalist, Baltimore st. between Pine and
Pearl sts. at the residence of Mr.
nmh 22 eol4t S Hartze, Piano maker.
PIRATT- ml'. l-IitLI.SA.LL CLOTHING
STORE.
Corner of Charles Street, Baltimore.
' l I E SUBSCRIBER w(.1,l.t-i'..r.t.ll\ invite
I i:.. attention of Country ti-i ch ii.r- i. t- ', new
and elegant assortment of SPRING GOODS, princi-
pally adapted to the country trade. Part of his stock
consists in superfine Diess and FBOCK COATS;
Prince Albert Doeskin PANTALOONS; a large va-
rietv of ne u \,. a- .,in-a and Summer CLOTH-
ING; ROUNi \l 'L I -, PANTALOONS; Vests;
SHIRTS, ic., &c.
All those coining to the city who are in want ofsuch
goods would do well to call and examine for them-
selves.
An assortment of CLOTHS, specially adapted to
the city retail trade, which will be sold low for c ash.
The work is made up in the best and most fashiona-
ble manner, and from long expert ience in the business
he hopes to merit a continuation of the favors bestowed
on him heretofore. WILLIAM ROGERS.
mhI t eo
FRANKLIN BANK PAPER TAKEN AT
PAR FOR FURNITURE.
SOUTH EAST CORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance on frrin- ron and Eutaw Streets.
IfAMUEL FIL-' since his establishment was
burnt out in the fall, has repaired anid improved
his Ware Rooms, so that at the present time, they are
iilly equal, il not superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, and having -.1I ini-. his manufactory, he is
prepared to execute .,ii I....,. with promptness and
despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten-
sive assoitmnent of the most elegant Furniture,-con-
.- Imn. o. ..,* I -i': r'h m.ir io h.- c im\ (lCL irs,
. ,1 mi',(- '.,r .', ',l m ... I, m .,I .- u .. I ,i -ak -
last Tables", r .. n , l-4 %i.-1 ,..-, t' 1-i-. -, ol
new anoil .. .i ittern, Beldsteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and Wi. '. i I -, &c. ice.
He also inlorms the public that he has no boys in
his manutactory, and that his workmen are allot the
veny best stamip. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
wishing to purchase are requested to call and examine
the Ware Rooms.
UNDERTAKING attended to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction. ja 16 d?
1EIKMAN SILVER AND BRITAANNItA
IWARES.-A general assortment of the above
Wares, consisting of Spoons, Castors, Forks, Cups,
Communion Setts, Waiters, Ic. Received by late
arrivals, and ftar sale Wholesale and Retailby
CANFIELD & BROTHER,
mh 24 S. E. corner of Balto. [Charles sts.


purchasing elsewhere. Any orders left at my resi-
dence or at Mr. Otis Spear's S. Charles st. will be at-
tended to.
ALSO-Has on hand andl manufactures to order,
every variety of Fancy Boxes, Collar, Wafer, Stock
and Pull Boxes, all of which will be sold low for cash
or approved paper, mh 4
41 BALTIMORE NEAR GAY STREET.
DAVISON'S MUCH APPROVED PATENT
PRACTICE LLY EPFICIENT
MUSCUL./IR GUIDE.
To the acquisition of beautiful, correct and rapid


PENMANSHIP
THE best evidence in support of any thing is its
continued success in effecting the object propos-
ed. The MUSCULAR GUIDE has stood the sever
est scrutiny both in theory and practice, and in no
case has it proved otherwise than convincing. The
Maryland Institute of Teachers, after having the plan
under investigation for two or three months, has ap-
proved ofit both in theory and practice. The Patriot
in an editorial says "the Guide deserves to rank high
in favor andt patronage of a discerning and enlighten-
ed public." The Sun also says in an editorial that
"the Guide commends itself to the common sense of
the most ordinary capacity and none can remain un-
convinced of its vast practical utility." Duff Green
the editor of the Pilot and Transcript pronounces the
plan a "great improvement." And the editors of the
Clipper join in commendation of it. A number of
schools have adopted the Guide and testimonials from
time to time iom individuals of the highest standing
have been presented to the public. After all the fore-
going, who can remain unconvinced?
N. B. Roonims open day and evening. Classes meet
at all hours of the day-Ladies at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Rooms 41 Ballimoro street. fe26
TO COUNTRY( MERCHANTS.
COTTON YARN-
40,000 Ibs. Yarn No. 5 to 12? Manchester Fac-
21,000 do do do 14 to 20 tory.
15,000 do do do 5 to 12 Wilmington, Del-
10,000 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 White do
2,000 Ibs Bleached Coverlet YARN
1,0o0 Ibs Unbleached do
1,000 Ibs Seine Twine No. 4 & 5
Satinet Warps on Beams
Fancy Block and other Carpeting.
The above named Goods are now in store, merchants
will do well to call previous to purchasing, as every
article will be sold at the very lowest manufacturer's
prices. E. F. BRADY,
corner of Baltimore and Hanover streets,
mh 23 d Up Stairs.


4S FOR LIVERPOOL-The fine coppered
i and copper fastened ship NILE, Kinney,
master; will have immediate despatch lor the above
port. For freightapply to
F. RODEWALD & DIDIER,
mh 23 d6t No. It Hanover st.
SFOR BREMEN-The new copperedrt &
m copper fastened Bremen barque PHILADEL-
PHIA, H. W. Greve, master; will be despatched
fotar 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 FPtOR BREMEN-To sail on or before
27th instant-TrTne coppered and copper fasten-
ed Biemen ship ELISE, Capt. J. Kock. Forfreight,
of small bulk, or passage, having superior state room
accommodations. Apply to
nihIS 8t ALBERS & CO. No. 2Germanst.
J& FOR KINGSTON, JAMAICA.-The
packet brigNORTHUMBERLAND, P.H.
Fry, master; will positively sail for the above port ou
Saturday, the 3d of April. For freight or passage,
having superior accommodations, apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
mhb 24 dt5thA 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR HAVANA-In all next week-The
m new fastsailing copper fastened and coppered
schr. ORELIA, Dukehart, master; will sail as above.
For freight or passage apply at once to
F. T. MONTELL,
mh 25 dlw 79 Smith's wharf.
FOR MATANZ&A OR THE HA-
VANA-The fine brig ELBA, Capt. Purkis;
about 1800 bbls. burthen; immediate despatch will be
given. For freight or passage, having good accom-
modations, apply the Captain on board, or to
mh25 W M. HOWELL & SON.
dt FOR NEW ORLEANS-Regular Line
tof Baltimore and New Orleans Packets-This
Week-The packet ship TIPPECANOE, Captain
Gray; is now loading at Fenhy'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 & KELLQGG.
t& FOR NEWBEIRN, N. C.-lThe scbr.
E. W. BRADLEY, Chadwick, master; will-
sail on Saturday the 27th inst. For freight apply to
mh 24 d4t P J.J. CORNER & BRO.
Mt, FOR ELIZABETH CITY, EDEN-
TON, HERTFORD AND PLYMOUTH,
N. C.-The sloop EXPRESS, Capt. Edmondson; will
sail for the above places on Monday. For freight ap-
ply to J. TRIMBLE, Jr.
mh 25 d4t* 77 South Calvert st.
oie FOR PORTLAND-The good brig-RU-
W BY will commence loading this morning.-
ortreight apply to KIRKLAND & CHASE.
m h 22____________
'1a FOR BOSTON-Regular Commercial
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.
_H FOR BOSTON-Uniop and Despatch
V 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,
A& FOR BOSTON-Regular Line-The pac-
S ket brig VICTOR, Whipple, master; has one-
halt ot her cargo engaged, and will meet with des-
patch. For remainder of freight or passage apply to
J. W. OSBORN, 82 Bowly's wharf.
I (9tY-Shippers by the line pay 25 per cent less wharf-
age in Boston than by any other vessels, mh 24
A&I FOR BOSTON-Manufacturer's Line-
A The packet brig MARTHA, Parker, master;
will have despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
mh 24 d P 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
FOIR L E-, OOIlK-D [.ricl, Lii..-
] The packet schr. 1, t"HI NI.T IN, Prfirl.l,
master; will have quick d''r.atlh. F.r ,i-Ehi 'apply
to THIt-). -WHl FlhiL).tE,
mh24 d P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
*f FOR PHILADELPHIA-The schr.
GOVERNOR ARNOLD, Smith, master; will
meet with despatch, and take freight on low terms.
Apply to BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
mh 25 Commerce street.
SFOR HAVE DE GRACE.-We
will start a daily LINE OF SCHOONERS,
from our Warehouse, lor Havre de Grace. The own-
ers of transient Comal Boats may depend on receiv-
ing Goods in good order and in the shortest space of
time, LOWRY k GILL,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
mh 16 No. 75 and 101 Bowly's wharf.
vs FOR SALE.-The schr. (JOHN RAN-
DOLPH, seven years old, with New Mainsal,
Jib, Halliards and Sheets. She is a fine sailing ves-
sel, draws six teet andl halt water, deep loaded, tons
45 5.95, about fifty six feet deck and nine and halfteet
beamr. She has an oak bottom and is copper fastened
-a comfortable cabin with four berths. Apply to
THORNTON & E cEIt(Et K-I1N,
mh 19 lm 10 Light at. wharf.
. FOR SALE T TiLLOE A COS'-
iH CERN.-The well known fast sailing ship
BELVIDERA, as she arried from sea. The Bel-
videra has a flush deck, is 29 feet tbeam, 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; i e..r.pr Iij'ened and_"p-~
pered, and well tound in -, ii.r,. i..g &c. She has
recently received a thorough repair, and stands oa
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 dtfi O'Donnell's wharf.
,FOfK SALE, FREIGHT ORT CHAR-
LTER.-The coppered and copper fastened
schooner COMMODORE WARRINGTON, burth-
en about 146 tons, carries 1000 bbls. and in complete
order for any voyage. Apply to
WM. MASON & CO.
mh 24 d8t 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARr
TER-The schooner CANDID, ,
burthen about 650 barrels. Apply to
JAMES HOOeERI& SONS,
mhi 25 d4t 16 Light st. wharf.
SFOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-
'The superior copper fastened and coppered
Hamburg barque EUDORA, Capt. J. W. C. Meinc-
ke; about 300 tons burthen. A freight for Hamnburg "
would be preferred. For terms apply to the Captain
aion board, at Jackson's wharf, Fell's Point, or to
mh24 d4* WM. WILSON & SONS.
FOR FREIGHTI'i OR CHARTER-
iThe good brig MARS HILL, Gray, master,
buithen 1500 bbls. Apply to
GARLAND & ELWELL,
mh 24 P 86 Smith's wharf.
WA2k WANTED TO CHARTER-A Ves-
l sel of about 300 tons burthen, with a lumber
part, to load tor a port in Europe. Apply to
JAS. I. FISHER,
mh 25 d P No. 7 Spear's wharf.
OFFICE BALTO. LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
March 20th, 1841. 5
A Election will be h eld at this office on MONDAY
the 5th day of April next, between the hours of
10 and 12 o'clock, tor eight Directors,
mh 22 JOHN I. DONALDSON, President.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' BANK, ?
BALTIMORE, Feb. 27th, 1841. S
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an
L1 election for Twelve Directors to manage the at-
hairs of this Bank, will he held at the Banking House,
on MONDAY, the 12th of April next, between the
hours of10A. M. andl P. M. Byorder,
ma I 2awtl2th J. LONEY, Cashier,
OFFICE OF THE BALTO. &OHIO RAIL
ROAD CO., March 17th, 1841. $
THE 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,
mh 18 dt2dA PR Secrstary.
COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS BANK OF
BALTIMORE, March 18th, 1841. 5
T HE Stockholders of tris Bank are hereby no tifi-
ed, that an election lor fourteen Directors, bor
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,
mna 19 6 _t GEO. T. DUNBAR.
MERCHANTS' BANK. )










AMER
BALTI

FRIDAY MORNING,
published every moral
Street, by DOBBI

Ti aias-Dally paper eight dol
yearly. Country papers five
advance, unless the subscript
All new advertisements appe
pers 6 1

We have information by
Washington, from a source
THA N I E L F. WILLIAMS Esq
lector ol the Po

TIDE WAT
We learn that the large a
gaining in the Canal since
Ferry, have hitherto great
for opening this work. W
these obstructions have b
bor, and thatsome trifling
so as to admit of the wat
We areinformed that the
sylvania Canals are open, i
water has been let into
down to Columbia, but no
The repairs now goirg on
Middletown will not be c
the water to be let
PENNSYLVANIA CANA
Intelligencer of
The Philadelphia papers
the opening of the naviga
The canal at this place is
and we learn will not be
been running from Columbi
been detained at

Correspondence
ANNAPOLIS, THURSDA
There is not a sufficient
seat of Government to f
-..-.- threlore cannot proc
until the Senate shall ha
HOUSE OF
A message to the Senate w
stating that the House wa
the business that it may be
ing the present session, an
o'clock in the morning unt
Mr. Gaither submitted
which was read and assen
pointment ofa joint commi
lency the Governor, to inf
General Assembly have con
proclamation. The Chair
and Lecompte toconstitute
of the
Mr. Gallagher obtained le
incorporate the Mount Cla
ficial Society of Baltim
Gallagher, Grav
The House shortly

At an adjourned meeting o
U S. Bank, held yesterday
the report of the Committe
the committee of Investiga
ing been submitted, JO
S. DONNELL and ROBERTa
were appointed a Committee
such stockholders as may n
meeting to be held in Phil
Blank Powers of Attorney ar
Baltimore Insurance Co

AGRICULTURE.-Mr. N
mittee on Agriculture in
legates, reported a Bill, a
for the better diffusion
through the State. The view
that the agricultural inter
suffering for the want of
our farmers ol the improve
art and science have broug
of the country; that tor th
our toil is deteriorating; a
are induced annually to le
more fertile l
The Report of Mr. NAILL i
Examiner of Wednesday.
nied the Report in the Hou
nection with it-but we gat
of the latter, that 'he emp
tleman by the State, for the
different counties on agric
wis,4the best means of attaining
ture of soils, of manures b
soil, and especially the p
of lime and marl for the re
would form topics of inter
ble information m
The fact is very evident t
the fertility of our soil, in
taken place; and it is h
means as are available for
our lands should be use
agricultural interest is ful
lature, and we doubt not bu
of the Committee will mee

COLONIZATION.-The
notices several meetings
county on the subject of A
the more particular purpose
the State Convention in thi
next. It is proposed to se
that county about
It is probable that the a
vention will be quite gen
State. The importance of th
acknow
In this city an increasing
regard to Colonization. T
time to time of the prospe
Palmas are so many asssura
great enterprise undertake
go to strengthen the public
lity and propriety of the
action adopted on the
To the important results
final consummation of the
State we need not now all
that considerations of a
to present action; and the
done in the enterprise is
complished, is sufficient t
culative
Among other modes of p
Colonization in Baltimore


hold an extensive Fair on
convention. The ladies,
the cause of philanthropy
ing in charge-and under
fail to succeed. There is
Female school supported
tlis city
VIRGINIA BANK LAW.
piler furnishes the following
---_ ofthe law which was pas
Legislature in reference
It remits the forfeitures
the non-payment of specie
suspends until the first of
which authorizes any perso
notes or debts from the b
notice; repeals so much o
banks to forfeiture of chart
reserving to the legislator
peal their chart
Suspends, until the 1st of
subject the banks to pay
filteen per cent. interest f
subjects the banks, after th
payment of twelve per cent.
suspends until the 1st of A
prohibit the banks from iss
nation than twenty dolla
payment or on deposite the
state below ten dollars ;
put in circulation any not
five dollars, except as pro
sess
Prohibits the banks when
ary next, the proportion of
the paper circulation, be l
shall so continue for sixt
loan or discount until by
the said proportion shall b
the holders of notes, afte
ments by the banks, to pre
and if payment be refused,
bank to endorse thereon thef
sentation, and declares tha
bear an interest of six per
and upon refusal of the of
ment, the holder or bearer o
obtain judgment for the sam
terest from the time ot pre
punishable by confinement i
%ot less than two nor more
ficeror clerk of any bank
to be made, any false ent
proper entry, or to alter
count kept in the bank, w
true state ot the account,
to enable any one to obtai
entitled. Fixes the annual
ders of the Bank of the V
day in May. Gives the legi
or modify the charter of a
efit of the act or any par
to redeem their notes here
nomination of five dollars,
banri,-. or their branches,
sued by such bank or age


handed or not, and for fail
remedies and penalties pr
during the present session
notes.

Trade bstween England a
following resolutions, p
American Chamber of Comm
to a subject of great inte
the apprehension of increa
on British manufactures i
for a reduction of British
staples. We take the reso
Mail ot th
At a General Meeting of
Commerce, held on
NICHOLAS ROSKELL
&c. &
The following resolution
on the subject of th
Fist,-Resolved-That the
Committee of the House
last sessionof parliament
inquire into the several du
the Unied Kingdom," has c
cessity of a thorough revis
sent system of Custom Duti
moval of injurious restric
imposts which bear most g
and success of the commu
convinced that such reduc
would materially improve
reve
Secondly,-That this Cha
members deeply in further
tions between this country
America, feel it incum
their thorough conviction
portant modification of the
in respect to lour, Ric
and other articles, the gro
in the Tariff of the United
in the course of this year,
tish interests, and especial
pal manu
Thirdly,.-That the impoli
als introduced into a coun
ufacturing prosperity is s
induce the removal or lesse
That the enormous extent
tice ofsmuggling inTobacco
ering the duty would lead
sumption as to more than
ended loss to the revenue
in favour of such reduction
for the admission of Am
Rice, at a moderate fixed
cal exclusion of American
curiously on the British s
lfacturer, and the
(Signed) N.

We are gratified to state
recovered from his recent
city yesterday morning fo
his colleague,

UNITED STATES AN
The Madisonian states tha
by our Government by the
tain, are of entirely a pac
there had been some exci
count of the arrest of Mc
was becoming

Internal Improvements a
bills in the Legislature
money to works of internal
have been rejected. On o
members of the House voted
of one hundred and twen
Commerce alluding t
The more we reflect upo
thorough is our conviction
expedient and necessary.
be subject to some losse
abandonment of the remain
dertakings, but this is inf
ourselves under an enormo
we nor our children should
years ago, when every thin
some apology for extrava
penditures. Now there is
eyes the sad experience of
and if, with our eyes open
to ruin, we deserve to end
our f
Who can deny the justice
indiscretion which would
State into further expendit
tress, of doubt and anxiet
ly op

FROM THE SOUTH.-A
the 12th andMobile of the
yesterday. The New Orl
to the llth inclusive are s
memoranda show the letter
ceived at the Baltimore Po
are still
Mails r
New Orleans March
Mobile "
Columbus, Geo. "
Mails
New Orleans March 8, 11
Mobile 9, 10,
Columbus, Geo. 10,11, 1
Correspondence
NEW ORLEANS, M
The Legislature adjour
The session has not been l
rious. A very large number
though but few measures
adopted, in consequence of
the House and Senate. The
to become a law through th
is a source o
The Whig State Conventi
Nearly every Parish in t
On thie first ballot HENR
mense majority of votes,
mously nominated the Whi
His election by an over
looked upon
ELSSLER is turning the to
appearance was not very s
tigue, indisposition or t
spoiled children of fortune
day night she enraptured
tion was most brilli
Some French gentleman
Wednesday, a wreath in
worth of diamonds and pear
some com
NEW ORLEANS, M
The Cotton market yest
mated-about 4000 bales ha
slight decline in prices.
operations at the beginni
large quantities still pr
following is the cur
LIVERPOOL CL
Louisiana and Mississip
dling 9 a 9t; Middling Fa
aood Fair ll/a 12; G
800 hhds. of Tobacco h
yesterday for the Spanish
pired. It is generally thou
obta
Freights have taken a st
three vessels to Liverpool
one for Trieste, at 1 3-8


I 3
I have no change of impor
tic
Fanny Elssler is yet th
making a fortune
In the New Orleans Bull
the follow
REVOLUTION I
In glancing over our file
came to hand at a late hou
looked the following im
translate from the Siglo X
ul
CARMEN. Fe
I beg to inform you of the
Texian war schooner St. B
ton on the 24th of last m
for the pu pose of deliver
first British man-of-war he
spatches of Mr. Packenham
James, respecting the re
dence o
The St. Bernard appeared
of the said month, and it
us that on that day, about
nonading between the cas
and the city ofVera Cruz
heavy discharges of musket
about two hours; and tha
but that the firing from th
as some of them fell with
St. Bernaid lay. After i, t B
for this island, for the p
she had ca
Her commander assures us,
Vera Cruz, for the purpose
ject above stated. It is a
steamship of war Zavalla, w
few days The preceding
the commander of the St.
commandant of this Island
Consul, Mr. G

Strabismus.-The operati
gain performed by Dr. Bax
yesterday. The patient in
guished gentleman of this
duties rendered the defect
great inconvenience. The
marked ; and the ease, cele
tive operation, are strong
ing under like physical dis
measures of c
The Caledonia brought 2
than have been ever rece
The postage on the letter
ed to one thousand nine h
lars.
The commodious steamer
Wilson, left the wharf yes
bacco and 1033 bales Cot
largest cargo taken from th
season. About 60 hhds. Tob
taken on at Smithla


[

!
The rate of travel is to be raised to S5 for each
passenger on the Richmond and Fredericksburg Rail-
road, after the 1st April. The card of the Direct
making this annunciation, says- lines to Li
The Board, under a hope that they would be sus- i
trained in it by the Commonwealth, have embarked in
the extension of their work to A
Legislature having declined aiding in it. ha
other resources bu t those which the bus
road may furnish for its
It may be proper to remark, that on and after t
1st of April, the fare between Frederick
Washington, including conveyance of omn
Washington, becomes by contract between the Rai
Road Company and Steamboat Company 2 50 cents
per passenger instead of $4 00, the present charg
that the whole charge between Rich
ton and Baltimore, will be after the st of April, so
what less than at present. ar


Daguerreotype Likenesses
Daguerreotype likenesses i
the features are not distu
natural expression, is prac
Mr. H. FITZ, at his room
Harrison streets. The proc
ter being required to retai
a minute or so, during which
with wonderful exactness
mode are taken by a patent
image is not reversed as i
glass lens. We have se
exhibit a remarkable dist
perfect accuracy of delin
to be taken off can have
to their sa

The Sentinel, published
Ann's Count
There is great mortality
county. Some farmers have
and cattle. This is attrib
weather, snow and rain whi
tle intermission

Two pickpockets, Englis
in Boston. We have little
the gang of rogues who vi
period of the la

The Martinsburg, Va. Ga
The work on the Ballimo
advancing to completion,
Harpersterry westward.-In
is graded; and it is only
fill, that the sound of the p
Under the continued effort
employed upon it, we may e
ready to receive the rails,
undertook the contracts fo
their materials. Immediate
laborers, under the dire
pears to be making head
hill; and the boom of the b
dislodged, reminds us of th
triumphant Wh

The M'Leod Affair-The
vertiser, after mentioning
ral Scott to that front
Gen. Scott will be warm
ous friiends on the frontier,
certain guarantee that he w
excitement. But non will
sure than Gen. S., thaT ever
dicates a sincere desire an
of the people to maintain g
result of the trial at Loc
As confirmatory of the s
Scotl's movement, it may
pany ofthe 2d Regt. U. S.
point, took up its line of m
Destination not publicly
po
The Court, as we menti
down. We have heard tha
ner will be ordered, and th
presid at the trial. The re
a special Court is concern
doub

Journal of the Franklin
We have received the Ma
from Mr. N. Hickman, agent
A very valuable publication
riodical-being that of the
marks on internal inprovem
The number before us cont
length descriptive of a new
A drawing is given to illus
new design. The monthly l
great variety of ingenious
useful and
Sacra Prirata, the Medita
ers of the Rt. Rev. Bishop
ofsome three hundred and
very neat and appropriate
Co. New York.-The pious
exercises are thus given
ment of others, was at his
Man in the Church of Eng
the work is from S. H. Ne
vid College, Oxford. It m
ner, Charl
MELANCHOLY DISASTER
Pensacola, dated 9th inst.
the body of GEORGE R. MO
of Reynolds & Mosher, o
the shore, nearly
It appears by the letter
in a small vessel at Apal
which vessel foundered in
all on board perished. On
a gold watch, considerable
ble papers; and his body w
day at Pensac

The following has been h
statement of the melancho
last week at Annapolis, res
of JAMES M
Master Cowman is a yout
of weakly constitution, of
free from any vicious hab
sidered altogether blamele
attending the melancholy
ray, also a youth of most
affectionate relatives
Master Cowman visited
neighbourhood he resides,
ing him with a box of per
had been but a tfew moments
brother of the deceased a
the ground. Little Cowma
ciates, took up the gun,
hold it off, pointing the
ately his strength was une
gave way and the gun in i
cock, discharged its content
testing youth as he was sit
ing his powder and shot.
beyond med

Captain Arey, of the sch
ed at this port on Wednesd
go of cotton, makes the fo
change Reading Rooms of t
himself and cre
"While lying to, under a
very heavy gale from the N.
10 o'clock, P. M., the schr
at the main topmast head,
the starboard pump, thence
oneman on deck at the time,
but soon recovered. In ten
ed that the cotton in the
barrel of bread and some h
bed clothes and old sails,
fight as possible, chinkin
came out of, in order to
wore ship, set the gib, and
steered west, hoping to
flames broke out, Cape Ha
W. by S. about 60 miles di
soon blew a
At three o'clock next
reond to N. N. W. and ble
the sea running very high,
than S. W. but the gale be
er the mainsail; sulered S
we had again to lay the ve
vapor upon the water was
see fifty yards. The fire w
pitch in (he seams began to
m. the smoke issued from e
our efforts to smother it w
bestto cuta bile in the sa


deck and try to extinguish
as the axe went through,
poured in water, but the f
that we were compelled to
on the larboard side, and t
so under that we were able
burnt part of the bales, a
o'clock, a. m.onthe 19th. % i ,
but we found three feet x,-r
choked. The gale conti
bring the vessel to by lashi
"drag her" to keep hero fo
crew were much burnt in ex
amount of damage to the c
Correspondent o
NORFOLK, March
Commodore Morris, recent
mand of the U.S. ship De
morn
A man by the name of Sa
the smack William Clark,
suicide this morning by cu
zor, from ear to eai, an
Mr. Van Buren,the ex-Pre
by the cars of the New Je
clock yesterday. He was r
some military corps, and a
from here, and proceeded
for the purpose, to the bat
semblage of people were i
rain. to welcome him. He
barouche, accompanied by
Hall, where he received h
Y. dlrer.
Cold at Buffalo.-Tuesday
decidedly the coldest of t
ing of the 17th, at six o'
lower than at any previo
winter.
Poison.-The Natchez Cou
interesting little girl, th
ington, died a few days
eating sugar plums prepare
Dr. Wharton, who analyse
lead to have been use


Iclyu, SURVEYR
William Floyd, Town Cre
R. Thompso
LAND OFFICE
Daniel G. Garnsey, Dixon
meant, r
POSTMAN
John C. Montgomery at Ph
of James Pa
James Rees, at Geneva,
of G. J.Grosve
For the
MESSRS. EnDITORs;-For t
cultural readers be please
servations an insertion in
of which were communicate
out of season-now is the ti
During my occupation asa
ty, I found that one of may
riable practice as soon as
March, and sufficiently d
fields, to have his Plaster
it on his wheat. In the who
years I did not know him
known him to pay fifty doll
Paris, though by many h
other m
The visible effects of Pl
under my notice in Washi
periment was tried in a fie
wheat, by sowing twobushel
part of it, and the other lef
The consequence was, sewe
where the Plaster was son
arid another great advantage
ver in the wheat where th
fine and thriving, when t
feeble State. My opinion i
ing Plaster on wheat early
growth, which effect the P
king it strong and vigorous
ravages of the fly. If the
about one bushel per acre i
ter when it is
WLile on the subject, I
servation and experience,
ficial to all plants the F
be put on generally broad c
of their growth. .
DANIEL WEBSTEI,
SENA
[The following sketch of
of an American, was origin
"Daniel Webster is a m
might well be proud. Like
ster, having once planted
the Constitution, has stoo
has breasted, unmoved, th
round him. Like Atlas, be
has girt himself around wit
like the summit of Atlas, h
beaming with the light o
stars of night, so the he
the splendors of the Const
stars of the national escu
stitution has been invade
the nation, Webster has be n
possessed and ready for t
frowning on his adversary,
disclosing at the same time
thought, and humane afftc
pressive of profound anx
wilh honest patriotism, wh
to the deep-toned, inimita
has ever been employed in
and never more effectually
guardian and defender of
tingly, and by a single d
drawn his own portrait wi
where I have teen, and ev
the platform of the Cons
enough and firm enough to
the whole country. And he
Speech in the Sena
Mr. Webster is a plain,
with a native dignity and
on his countenance, which
spire a respect and awe, n
ated by the chisel of the be
representations of the great
tiquiity. In his presence
Senator stood before him
pied in grave meditation
words. Superior to theme
to the manners of the most
the forum and in the Sena
above other men, as often
being. Ordinarily passion
when some stirring and mi
his soul, that he. seems
warmth is rarely ardor. A
belong to his temperamen
ness that imparts character
When; Webstei's soul is fi
is not without cause; when
as if the pearly drop wer
cheek of marble. The gr
moved, moves all around h
him. No man has ever oc
opponent to Webster in t
question ot string or mom
not felt his own littleness
and quailed before the ons
as the avalanche that gather
try frosts of the Alps, whe
the rays of a summer's sun,
the vale below: so the gre
ator, not for like purposes
sweep and power of his bear
ing obstacles. It is the st
paration of study, his kno
practice ofl debate in the fo
other with a thorough compare
a right application of th
him this superiority. Wit
stitution.and in the field
lilical and civil history o
rican is mo much at home
ican can bring the great a
rising from these sources,
cibly on questions of Sta
thought lies naked to the
graces of style, in the simp
Saxon composition always p
cal. The untutored rustic
the accomplished scholar.
define the secret of Mr.
ascribe it lo an honest love
protracted discipline of a
dance of good sense-a mi
sion, but cool, deliberate,
ready with its resources fo
a member of the Britis
heard Mr. Webster's repl
he left the Senate Chamb
been thirty years a member
have heard Fox, Burke, Sh
the distinguished orators o
heard from any of them a
Mr. Webster. Were I not
say, I have never
Correspondence of the
PARIS, Mar
I reserve for the steamer
New York, my accumulatio
fortnight past. Until next
need space for your arrears
es. In tfle summer, you can
terary details which I wis
dant selections of printed
private c
We have just terminated
tal. It has been listings
and extreme areunesr ofht
atre. The :' i. .r. it. -
broking establishments sho
er clas-es. Several sui
dressed, committed on leavi
uatal excitement of the pa
year, 1 dlescribed to you th
season, al the Fat Ov thro
numberless -s,,rui.,,_'- of
lineol some mmI .... n th
noble animal. I saw his e


fellows, each weighing
French pounds, at the do
bought them, and who, wit
horseback in the process
of every grade were fantast
driven by Time smoking a
midst. and Cupid
The number ofr makers
day seemed to me less th
mrade of carriages is always
Indepen tently of the Sata
pail to the Carnival in all
or less extravagant and i .i
tics," says oneofthe-ri":.n
laugh heartily under yo
laughed more heartily than
PF.INTRE, in the Theatre d
taigu, as husband of Lad
sador at Constantinople. I
for Lord PALMERSTON'S sha
As the most renowned pulp
are allotted to the capital
in which they officiate ar
the Opera houses. The el
recently from Rome, preac
of Dominican friar, anrd p
discussion, by mi-sionary
the present gener
We are reminded, from
Abbe BE LAMENNAIS is inp
of a turgid, vague answer
By the way, a monument is
to the late Cardinml CHEVERU
yenne. How different a m
p;.li, i:,...pi,,e.,l .;,rv pol
t.-.ul.l I.- nIcfnt.ui to c
before Easter. The foreign
hither to star while danci
these visitors are to be he
-one the rival of HUERTA
the liquid name, SZCZEPA
tic and transcendent art
born at Vervier, in Belgi
only twenty-one years of
at eleven, and already ex
on that instrument. The di
be even more than PAGANI
ing and grace, with
By the Caledonia we lear
hundred thousand have n
pledge in


Loss of the Brig Moslagiuo
from the crew who have ar
reported in yesterday's He
to the S. of Currituck Inl
vey, master, of and for
Jam. via Salt Key. The ves
rigging, &c., to be sold o
She had in about 4000 bush
Map of the Rocky Mount
trader who has spent went
mountains, that the most a
map of the Rocky Mounta
embraced under that name,
-the first white woman
perils of a journey from St
Pacific. 'She is the wife
missionary to the Indians,
--t. Lou
The city of Paris has at
ring water from an Artedan
al years been in progress a
160,000 francs. FThle borin
reached the enormous dept
lish feet, reached the wate
up in abundance to the to
ation has resolved .nia tnulv r,.
lem, and proves ttiult t t..:
the green chalk strata whi
virons of Par
Something New under the
week, we understand, their
invited to attend a series
entirely new, and which can
Five gentleman, who have
briety in the city of Bal
sioned to visit New York fot
public meetings by relate
Pursuant to this benevolen
ty Temperance Society ha
which will enable our cities
of temperance on the imp
land Temperance Herald, rn
in Baltimore, which was
says, "In the deeply inc.
6.i-,. it farsurpassed .il, p
e, ri.-i,1 ever hetore h
when we say,it is doubtful
meeting in this country o
tertained with such thrilli
to on this occasion. The na
for simplicity, pathos and
all conception. At apart
who had hut recently refo
of aboul 800 men, was bat
man remarked that he had lr
theatiical exhibitions of theI
ors, but never in the couis.
nessed such powerful emot
not to attend thia tempera

From the New York c.lin l. .-
Extraordinary t' n1i~'ctr.ii
evening an overwhelum....-- i
Methodist EpiscopalI ( rli
dresses were made by tour
ington Temperance Socie
Captain Wisdom, of this c
ill been reclaimed from in
time, andt the !.-:l.,ijrls
themselves tobe' d h.-s-i
ers are ali men of strong
ly eloquent, though at t mi
ted their experience, and
the benefits they have de
use oflintoxicating drinks.
at once forcible and pathet
the large audience
During the first speech, a
lery, anu though intoxicat
there was hope for him, d
lind himself trom that h
was invited to come down a
hedid forthwith in the tpr.,
der deep emotion, which
lbr others followed, and d
they continued to come for
than a hundred pledges wer
tion of which were from
of whom were old and gre
was beheld at the secret
signing, and unaffected tear
thlie cordial greeting of the
delegates, was never before
This atterunoon at the Me
street, and this evening at
Rivingston street, similar
and Mr. Mitchell, the pr
Temperance Society of Bal
meetings, lie having joined
and will attend the subs
week, in company w
A class of our population
inaccessible by temperance
now be reached by tiis new
employing reformed drunr
the New YorkT-iir'..n-r.c:a
expense in this. tI r I..
ken upateact meeting,whic
would do well
Mr. Buckingham, tile late
his announced a course of
him at the theatre of the Po
London, o0 America and t
the experience of a three y
ted States, and presenting
country and its inhabitant
and personal intercourse wi
The Schuylkill Navigati
says, the weather has preve
position of the navigation
not be open for the transp
really par
BooK-.- The trade sales
ly attended, and books hav
prices. The quantities offn
N. Y. Jour

To the Editors of the
GE-.TLEMEN;-The most it
ties whichli thie present y
people of Maryland will b
Governor. The necessity of
a person ot sound principle
abilities has become more appa
tal election of 1838 place
most heterodox notions an
ty, who now wears the ma
Maryland. I trust, most si
the Whigs will at the next
against the great evil of
ed political opinions perve
her execute
By our new n. i-iiit.i i,
as Governor, lor thile next
the Northwestern District
counlles oh Ballimiore, Har
Washington and Alleghany-
tunately, hfruitlul of men w
ted to lill tie post of G
credit to the State. So f
gone, no one has been nam
office to whom all its res
safely entrusted, and I be
timating my own preferen
stood as, in nmo wise what
merits or claims of any oth
thankful, lihke lre ancient
be chosen the interests and
worthily
I desire to call your atten
wlhici has been marte in
Hon. WM. COST JOHNSON
chosen nis the Whig c
Mr. J. has reached his pr
ly an eminent one, by his
by the most discreet anil
the favour of the people
i,-i-. .'il, i shier a candid
-,:.i ..l .-. --. by resolutely
and above iihl.nu inlin; .,ll
attained in Ih. ,in li,,e,
which will prove peculiar
founded unoon the good w
mass of society, instead o
caprices of prresumptious j
gulators of public sentim
Mr. J's nomination would m
siipport of the whole par
man. I fave not saii on
for the be ,.h .ni I .,| h
that tsa a ,mi-u un in at.,,,
be but one opinion. I hav
of the considerations which
available candidate, and I
that reflection upon tie
opinion a majority ol those
nation. will be committed
DOICHE


Communi
MESSRS. EDITORS.-IIn co
it announced in several
man's March, as public
March" to be played by th
Washington on the 4th of
to correct the mistake, an
inl your paper the follow
public will be undeceived
the Inaugural March play
ately alter the President b
Addresss"
Copy otthe c.,t i.si..n, tp
S. Marine Bil
I certify that the Mar
field was played on thIe 4thIt
the President, and that M
ed at all o
RAPHAEl, R. T
Marine Barracks, Washi

Marriedon -. .l..r;.,l ? h ii
W ILLIAM iI. h -i.. [ .l.. 1. i i
al Theatre, Phliladelphia, to
John Shaw, Es
Departed this life, on the 2"-d
of more than five months. of
suffering, which she bore with *
titude, Mrs. IIABR[ET CANON ,
leaving an aredi mother, and
smnll children to mounnr
Died on the 231 inmt. in th
HAM R. W
Died on thea4th inst. GEOR
Thomas and Elizabeth Parsons
Died in Baltimore county,
BUCK, in the 44th
Died in Baltimore cou ntv, on t
illness of thirty years, ANN
a native of Boston,

COME UP! COME
g-The CRYSTAL FOUNIT
have unanimously determine
Procession on the 5thi of
those brethren who are fri
perance, who love the "Ord
it oft the OPRORRInUM of i
come up -...1,% I r.. iv, a
EVERY I ITl-.,'0 EVE
Addresses will
"OUR O
Freed from reproach, still .
To dto in future life, and
Washed in the 'Crystal' -.ti.n.
Henceforth, the tongue o
THOSE. H. STAN
J. B. JEROME, Sec'y.
TO TAX PAYERS IN
liy-The voters in the Tw
Baltimore Cotinty, who ar
crease at this time of the S
propriation to the Chesa
pany, are requested to att
Cooper's Herring Run
NEXT, the 31st of March a
noon.


CHARITABLE MARINE SOCIETY OF BAL- I"WHI
TIMORE.-A quarterly Meeting of thibs Society
be held at Mrs. Mezick's, Thames Street, on FRI-
DAY the 26th inst. at half past3o'clock, PM.M
By order, NATHANIEL KNIGHTSec'y
nmh26 It I A.. 9 0-


TENTH
0.-T.he citizens of the
further taxation on acco
Ohio Canal,are respectful
ing on Friday Evening the
Golden Horse Tavern corn
streets, to take into cons
memorializing the Slate Leg
sion. It is the interest of
payers of the Ward, to be
ence, as business of grea
mitted for t
Papers friendly
PEA
ESSENCE OF HO
Composed of twenty-five
FOR THE CURE of Iou
ness, Irritation of the Th
the Heart, Asthma, Whoop
profuse expectoration, &c
useful for Publ
All the attempts at imitat
ir. Itle r,'in...i, have entire
uti if l I4, i inT- T-putati
:, 11 T Bi ,^
The -',,r,, hMr -- in.. r. nt
SON, has always on hand a
dy, which he sells to agen
terms as the Proprietors -
closing him any sum, not l
Bank notes, (free of post
sent according to direct
its being fresh
For sale wholesa
JOS. RO
mh 24 4t* Circulating Li



NEW YORK
Wednesday even
Thie sales nf Cotton are 100 b
dy. Sellers offer very freely
few sales; Genesee may be quo
is offered at $4,69. Corn is
have declined to abo
Both sorts Ashes are nminaa
Brazil Coffee, mestly 10alo0c.
in I .,I '..I ,, i ..il 3
i 2 .1n .. ,..,'. i i.-- I. t
to Cabellotit It1, 4and 6 mon
lasses at 20s Cts; New Iberia a
Porto Rico at 30. Turpentine
bundant. 20 1 bblse. Whale Oi
trade at 32a33 cts. Sales of
Prime c. ,rkn.,... W ....... .
at7,c. \ i.' S. I I .r n
3 t c. cr .i -.,i .... 's; i
40,00i0 pipe Staves sold at $5
Orleans .. ,r .i i 'I P.,r-
at 6 a7f:; ,, ,.n ,.i .1 i 10.
sold at about 16c. on ti,
Exchange, imcludinig Certific
in distant places are at p
Boston .................. .a-
Philadelphia.............. 4 a
... I a- .. l
\ -a- New Or.n.r, I. . -
Richmond .............. 5 a-
P. r1. i.!,.," ... .. -. -
`-" '-i .. ..... .---.
Ratleigh................ do d
Wilmington .............do do
Charleston ..............2a
tinterior,S. C............a-
Augusta,................ 15a
Macoir..................-a- B
Columbus............... 10a--
Jour.
Sales at the New Yorkt S
720 shares U. S. Batik.
STATE STocKs.-Sales thi
nal fives, at 80; $3,000 Illi
$10,000 Indian

Sales of Stock at Ph
214 shares U. S. Ban,
74 Philad.& Bal

.......

__t_ i^'i t '
I t I V. ....

ARRI
Brig New York, Merryman, ir
es, nto T. WilsOl Si& Co. Sailed
lon, Trott, ior Portland. Lett
Orleans, loading for Sierre Le
Steam packet Columbia, Guy f
ington and
Steam-packet Rappahannock,
burg. Report
CLEA
Barque Ann Eliza, Mattison,
J. J. Corner & Bro; sclrsm. Ja
N. C., Judah & Block; Jack
phia, J. W. Brown; brig Reape
H. 1. Wiliams; sclir. GallanM
Kirkland Chae.
Tl,.- l.u.'i tMary, Myrick;
A ,..i. I m. ,.., from Balt re
vious to tile
Thie brig Achilles, (so report
ples,) atTrinidad 4th inst.
The sloop J. M. Clayton, Roo
Philadelphia
The schr. A.c-u.itnn -. an N. t
schr. Hope, .1 rI ,- r.,, .--r
The schr. Thaddeus, Bedell
23d
The schr. M., ...:. r. White
and i'orto (C'l,.. I r Bosto
uinst. Also, sclur. Howard, fHi
mo
Correspondence of tit
NORFOLK, Marc
Arr. brig Cashier,
Schr. Tribune, Kellamn, fron
spars, sails, bur
Schr. Ann tlizabeth, Hall,
up tihe bay; put
Schrs. New Delight, Kelly, f
Providence; Prentice Boy, Je
Barbr, .--... I. ,, ori ri. K
W hite, it. ,1 --, .., . S;
IHaikell, Aic-.vandria bound
Winslow, Charleelon; Laurel, M
son, Gillam, from Petersburg bo
Bew, from Petersliurg bound uVt
ICe -. i..i.i i.i ... .
i- i.. i... ..... .. i.i k. lno ,.
was driven inn to he eulf iin th
which they were under a three
inst. i n lat. 36, long. 74 46, s
exandria, from the West Indies,
mast. 20ll, Cape Henry bearing
Masters, from nBa does bound t
ashore on the stut of tile Capei this
black, with white streak nndgreen
on last nigrt. Capt C. thi
TIhe pilot boat Sant Jacinto,t
off in tile late g .I. i..gi on
In Hampton .i...... n- i., >a
York-was driven into thegulf i
stove boat anrd sustain
The ship Indian Uhitef,, ,.
to sea from Hampi
A brig said to be theJ .
leans, came in this morning a
PROVIDEECE, March a2--Arr.
Mobile; Zenotia, do;
CI'd. brig Ente
Brig Eiieliiie, frout New Orl
yeslerdny
IIOLMES' ttOLE, March 21-
hucksiort for Balil
Schr. Messenger, from Porto Cab
Ln gui .. r ". .rrm.1 .l.. ,. ,i. .'i
days; -i.. .... .., i -.r .,, .. n.
York Ior Porto
tries Ellen, from Attakapas
Prii.tpsco, do; sc E
BOSTON, March 22-Arr. shir
7; New Orlean
Ships India, from Marseilles
Burlhrgtoi, do; barques Fran
Fie land, do; irrgsa i
Brig londontiii, fiur Mayaguez;
CIl'd. shiii lio, Hava
PORTLAND, March 22-Arr.
Emel i
-ii L '. I ,r,. h 23-Ar;
Ni IS \,,,it, March -. i- '
Havre; If. All
Arr. sh ips Franktort, from N
ton; irig Sehma, Mobile; Br.
Brigs Laurel, from Turks I
Romulus, Suvannuh; Splendid,
Ba ti
March 24, noon-CI'd. brig Fr
Superior, Norfilk;
Arr. I.-."- v -liiVingi
Sclr. --,r t. i fnom T.rnia
Trinidad Marclh 4, brig Achiille
ihe on
Below, nremen barque Repub
baiques and
PHILADELPIItA, March S5--C
St. Tilomas; sloop John
ALEXANDRIA, Miarch 23-Ar
Baltimore; schrs. Otis, fi
Schrs. Eurotas, froun Portsm
NORFOIK, Mar. 02-Arr. schr
At Seawall' Point, schrs. Lm
neltt for Warreo, it. I.; Cohas
from Ri


CHiARLESTON, March 22, noon
from Ma
MOBI LE, March 8 -Cl'd. sh
schr Handy
Arr shi ip s Ehtzabeth Bruc
York; brig We
13th, ci'd shiips Anna, H
Arr Br hbarqlue Ageno
MOBIL9, March 13-Cl'd. Fr.
liambra,
Arr. Br. barque Agenor
Vi -.,- ni.. i iN ,4 ,. --.. .
-l-. .-. Ji X. ,I, .[. I c
\[ i .r .11 .....I I i -.i c n e ,N w o k V
t In n .i *i. .j I' i Bi. -
do; John Walker, Liverpool; b
Michig
NEW ORLEANS. March 12-Cl'
Boston; steam-ship NeptuneB, G
Liverpool; brig Packet Brillian
veston; Henry
Arr. ship Talmhna, from Bostn

N OTICE.-In our sale o
super Cloths and Cassimr
Morning at 91 o'clock, ar
Spring CA
mhi 260 _&C
rIH E SALE OF LA
A GISH .and GERMA
mence THIS MORNING, at
Baltimore street.
7E) W VONK,& r ECAG
1PHILAD)ELPII
VIRGINIkBN,&
NORTH CAROLINA
Want
CARTER, MO
_mh 2713 B
rALTIMORE AND
3NOrES, lcr sale
mhi 26o po


XUHAA Gk; ON LON
EJAMES CHESS
corner of Patters
mh 26


SXCIIANGU O N.
in a sums to suit pur
F. RODEWAL
mh 26 PI Ha
E Xt t. .'t. l- ON E L
-For sale by
mh,26N .Rh_6
EXCHANGE ON PHIF
Wanted by
mh 26 3t 2d story o
F FRANKLIN BANK FUN
Slow rates by
_m9h 26 ooe tf
IMDE WATER CANA
T rency) receivable for Tol
at a liberal discount
mh 26


K A N k illnIIipe 9
imitation Brandy, land
mh 26 JOHN P.ADAMS
CLOVERNSED, in lots ai
store and for sale
mh 26
C LOVERSEED-50 bushel
nia Seed; for sale b
mh26
C HOUOLATE-2uO boxes
sale by 3
mh 26 P 3t Bowly
C OI)FISH-i,.o ,liuiurn
for sale by
mh 26 P 3? 8 w
OTTON-150 bales stri
COTTON-Fo
rmh 26 J. M. SLAU
ILOORING BOARIS.-
S Flooring Boards, cargo
mh26 JOHN P. AD
I- OUNDRIY & OIR
sale by J
mh 26 _________
I IViERPOOL G. A. SAL
S pool G. A. SALT, in
mh 26 LO W&GL
] AILS.-1000 kegs NAIL
1% perior article, for s
mh 26 J. M. SLA
IL.-Wiiter Spermi, an
S OIL, in bbls. and
mh 26 JOHN P. AD
*RUNES, in glass jars
A
P ~~H. POLLC,
mh 26 10 Baltim
I RIME RICE.-30 tie
sale by
mh 26 N
PORK-l00 bbls. new pr
JOHN P.
mh 267
10 CUI'FEE'-Green a
sal
mnh 26 H I
-MITHI'S SUPER
>TOMATO KETCHUP
mh 26 10 Baltimoo
Qtl. CASKSM
Wfor sale by HEN
mh 26 P 4t
ULLTIlM L CLOXI-'-ol W
clior brad; a supply tn
sale by
mh 269 o s6 .
BLOOM IRON-200 tons
quality-f l
WM. A.
mh 26 N .N95 B
LACK1ING-6 casks Dui
ble BLACKING, warrant
ed and for sale by
mhi 26 d No.
O0FFEE-3500 bags RioC
lty,lor
BIRCKHEAD
mh 26 C s
11 IRGL-s.--GIN-A cnie
A this excellent flavored
-for sale by
mh 269 omre
SARD.-370 kegs No. 1
S small kegs, suitable for
and for sale by
mh 26 4t N S
L iSiEED OIL.-20 bbl
S can Oil, warranted a pur
and for sale by
mh 26 3t1S
ENW OktLEALS MIOL
S 160 bbls., 12 tierces s
LASSES, received per bri
mh 26 JOHN P. ADA
TUI NERI F'FE WINES-
S. bbls of direct imp
WELD &
mh26 3 ? P 8
EUSTk.ERN BACON.--
S Western Bacon, hog ro
C. D. HIN
mb 263 prs hf
/A'I'TSON'S PHIL.
T superior qua
H.PO
imh 26 10 Baltimo
jls lOk-lBALTIIi3 -
asL avei. gn 1 I ,J r
G. CASA
mh266 avrsr
1 B"X LOW PRICE
to u LUMP TOBACCO,j
for sale by
nmh 26 E n l
5ala BARBELS& 21
S WHISKEY,just recei
CHARLES
mh 26
90 QRi. CASKS MA
for s
HENRY THOM
mh 26 PN 4Ga
07000 REGALIA SEG
rior article, direct
sale on accommo
CHARLES
mh 26E hgPc
BROWN'S HOOKS &E E
a small lot Brown's
and EYES, in gro
MERRILL &
mh 26 P124
IPLAVINiG CARIS.--'lL
Cohen, atiI R. Sanuzaid
Decalur, Maryanrdrew,
CARI)S, for sale by
mh 26 d No
1 A1MI LY FLOUR.-Fam
S ent brands, oi superior
equal to any in this
C. 1. HI-
mh 263 Spa'
INDIGO
10 cases M
10 ceroons Carracas
WELD &K
mh 26 3t P
-MBRELL.AS-Just rec
U Umbrellas. Also, 10 cas
sale at manufact
MERRILL &
mh 2623 S.Cal
MOLASSES AND
u Prime new crop N.O.
Prime fresh beat
J. M. SL
mh 26
f KG HOtUN HATS.-Ju
Z. York, an assortment
Hats. Also, Gent's double
cle-for sale by M
mhi 26
iEGA
t-Havana SEGARS, Canon
Principe do in qr.
for sale by
mh 26 d4t P
OVOWAseD STT
200 bbls ext
100 i
10B do middlings-In
C. D.HIN
roh 26
TIMOTHY, FLAXSI
HIiE enbscriber has j
iale, TIMOTHY SEE
FLAX
Virginia BACON, hog r
E. C.
mh 26 d4 S. E. Corner
B fAN D
A. Seignette, in p
White BRAND
Otaid, Dupiuy &t Co., v
HOLLA ND GIN, Stra
CHAMPAGNE WINE. v
sale by
mhi 26
H ILL TOP FOUND
-A complete set of Pa
drawings,&c. ol articles


lishment, may be seen at
discount will oe allowed on
on arrival of the goods i
Hardware will find it to th
patterns. GRANVI
mh26 d4tL ma
I HE BOSTON SCHO
Published under the s
Academy of Music-Origina
Mas
The Juvenile Singing S
andI G. J Webb, Proless
of M
Also a further supply
Academy's Collection of
CUSHING
No. 206 Balt
nih 26 P
.]LAN OF I'REA
P MENTS tor the Methodi
Baltimore City, for 1841 an
sale by ISAAC P.
mh 26 No. 52 B
W ANTED immediately,
W the age of 1
Apply at the City Intellig
more and Fr
mh 26 4t G_
BALTO. REAL E
18 SOUTH
FOR SALE-Eight we
finished DWELLING
't'fronts, and suitable size
are situatred in the North w
will be solt separately a
at prices i -i .n i..g fro
touch helt. iec ,
mh 26 3t P
REAL ESTA
No 27 SECO
VALUABLE PROP
60 ACRES OF LAND, t
city of Baltimore, near
acres in high state ot cult
wood, with the exception o
no improvements but stabli
those that wish to purchase
their time to
JE ALSO.-One two
TWwMsituate in East Baltimo
lUm blished Grocery stand,
tear,-those that wish to p
above business will do well t
Ag ly. Also.-One three
rfiu situate in Green at, ea
1i9m1 of the best materials
for $275 per year, will b
SALSO.-One two st
IIsituate in High street
Iwell calculated tfor a
pecttully invite purchaser
list of city and
mh 20 B








A CARD.
Jj CHARLES BELL GIBSON respect-
Wit trily announces to the citizens ofBaltimore,that
the professional connection between Piof,.or Smith
and himself having e-a,'.I by limitaiio., hi will con-
tinue to practice SURGERY. MEDICINE. AND
OBSTETHICS-Offiee No. 68 Aor ('hiuahls st.
fOn-Surgical cases at a distance, requiring advice or
pelalion will be promptly attended.
mh 26 pollJune
REI'AILA WHOLESALE.
THE CH EA PEST SILKS & MOUSELIN
SDE LAINESin the city, at LEWIS & LEV-
ERING'S, 161 Baltimore atreet-
Chine SILKS, in every variety
P laid and Striped GROS DE BRILLIENT
POULT DE SOIE, all colors
Rich Figured SILKS
Blue black Helenium and SATIN TURE
Blue, pink and green FLORENCES and GRO
DE NAPLES
MOUS DE LANE.
Plain MOUSELINES, all colors, 3 cts. a yd.
Fine Fancy do 20, 25 aihl 31 ci, a yard
SILK SHAWLS.-A veiy large assortment, the
beat quality.
With a great variety of other new fanccy Goods
at unprecedented low prices for cash. Retail and
SWholesale. 5Iw S mh 26
BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS.
T HE Subscriber has just received and offers for
sale the following desirable SPRING GOODS,
which he will sell at a small advance;
SPRING CASSIMERES, of different kinds and qual-
ities
BOMBAZINES, very fine, Black and Blue Black
SILK SHAWLS, large size heavy and rich
MOUSELINE DE LAINES, striped & figured, very
low
BARKLIE'S LIN EN. rFt fine, soft finish
CHENE CHINTZ PRIN I 1, magnificent style
LINEN SHEETING, heavy, at a very low price
LONG CLOTH SHIRTINGS, a large assortment,
some very fine.
With a general assortment of Hosiery and Gloves,
Sheetings, Linen Drills, &c., which will he sold on
pleasing terns, by EDW. J. RICHARDSON,
_m h26 No. 39 corner Baltimore andt Gay sts.
CI O1''H, I A El lI.-t -' &- % \ .I liNtS
yHE HSSubscriber has on hand a very desirable Stock
M of West of England Cloths, Cassaimeres,&c. viz:
Extira super wool dyed black, super brown, blue,
olive, invisible green, mulberry and blue mixt Cloths;
new style very superior single milled Cassimeres;
wool dyed black double and single milled do; plain
and figured Satin Veslings; black & blue black Boim-
bazines; black and blue black Silk Velvet'; %', .-.
prior French Habit Cloth; silk and cotton ",r.--
Gum Elastic Suspenders; silk Umbrellas, 36 in.; Irish
Linens and Sheetings; furniture Dimity; Gaimbroons;
fine linen Cambric; rich fig'd. silk Shawls; col'd., bor-
dered and henm-sititched Hdkfs; Victoria and Corded
Skirts; Mouseline de Laines; Italian I ,1 n .i. blue
black Poult de Soic; plain and ribbed liltl 'I.-..., fine
Thibet Gauze Flannels, &c. &c.
All kinds of TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, such as
Twist; Cord Binding; Galloons; Sewings; Silesias;
Threads; Buttons, &c., &c., to be had on moderate
terms, at No. 163 Baltimore street, fifth door from
Charles at. THOSE. McCONNELL,
mh 26 163 Baltimore st.
8TEEL PENS, PER BELVIDERA--We
4 have received an assortment of STEEL PENS,
of approved quality, and of various manufacturers,
viz
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S MANUFACTURE.-Ea-
gle,MagnumBonum,I)amascu, Barrell,Prince Albert's
own, Queen's own, Patent, old style; do new do La-
dies, Damascus Steel, Metallic Lunar, Victoria,
School Perns.
WINDLE'S MANUFACTURE.-Sam Slick,Com-
pensating, Ne Plus Ultra, Triangular, Bullion, Mag-
num Bonum, Pertectum, Suaviler. Shamrock, Thistle,
Flexidensated, Imperial, Lumar, Qileen's, School.
PERRY'S MANUFACTURE E.-Lithographic,
Mapping and Drawing, India Rulber Spring, Regu-
lating do, Under Spring, Side do; Three Pointed,
Double Patent, Offie Pen, Raven Black, National,
Nos. 1,3,7, 8.
HULEY & SON'S MANUFACTURE.-Eutro
cho style, Diamond. Ruby, Broad Pointed.
MITCHELL.-Coronation, Victoria M. B.
Capital, Citcular Pointedit, Commercial, American.
CUSHING & BROTHER,
mh 26 No. 206 Baltimore street.
P EASE'S ESSENCE OP IJOARtIOUND
CANDY. Composed ofu. ,I/ f,, ; -ir,,i;.,i. -
For the Cure of Cougns, Col;., h ..'.,-,,i-., i.i..
of the Throat, Croup, Palpitation of the Heart, Asth-
ma, Whooping Cough, difficulty of profuse expecto-
ration, &c. and which is also highly useful for Public
Speakei,. &c.
All nrp attempts at imitating or countrfeting this
invaluable remedy have entirely failed, and resulted in
establishing its reputation and increasing the demand
for it. Beware ot imitations.
The subscriber, general agent of Messrs. PEASE &
Son, has always on hand a large supply of their Can-
dy, which he sells to agents andI venders on the game
terms as the Proprietors.-Venders at a distance, in-
closing him any sum, not less than $5, in Baltimore
Bank notes, (fuee of postage,) will have the Candy
sent according to directions-and no mistake as to its
being fresh and genuine. TURNER,
No. 10 North Street, near
the Post Office.
0O-The candy is also retailed as above, mh 26
P UBLIC SALE.--By authority of the last witl
and testament of Peter G. Hu ter, late of Balti
more County, deceased, the subscriber will offer at
public sale, if not disposed of at private, to the high-
est bidder, cn Friday, the 16th April, 1841, at ) o'.
clock P. M. on the premises, about 25 miles from
the city of Baltimore-a part of the real estate of said
deceased, consisting of a tract or parcel of land situ-
ate in Baltimore county, Md. about 3 miles west of
the Black Horse Tavern, old Yoik Road, and adjoin-
ing the lands of James Bosley anil Abraham Elliott,
containing 115 acres 2 quarters and 18 perch-s of
land, more or less, with the improvements; consisting
ofa log Dwelling and a thriving young orchard.-
There is about 14 acres of excellent meadow, and a
efficientt quantity standing in timber for the use of
tie place.
Terms of Sale-One third cash, and the balance in
12 and 18 months, with interest, by giving notes and
security. Any person wishing to view the property
will please to call on the subscriber,
PLEASANT HUNTER, Executor of
mh 26 law4w R P G. Hunter, dec'd.
AFOR RENT AS A PRIVATE
SDWELLING-That large and commodious
Jfi HOUSE at the N. E. corner of Fayette and
Eutaw street. Its situation is beautiful and remarka-
bly healthy. It has also the a,.lhuo ,., .1 0 .-i r -' i: -
near the Lexington Market. P.:s.,'.i wl i.,' B"'"-
about the 1st May next.
Also, FOR LEASE-Adjoining thIe above property,
three LOTS of 18 feet each, fronting on Eutaw at.
mh 26 eo4t*
BY LIPPINCOTT, YORK & CO.
Nos. 70 and 72 Soulh Front street, Philadelphia.
EARTIHEN WARE.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, April 6, at 10
o'clock, at the auction sore, Nos. 70 and 72 S.
Front s'reet-
3fkitf CRATES EARTHENWARE-
printed Ware, from the manufactory of Win. Adams
& Sons.
ALSO-50 cases GERMAN TUMBLERS.
mh 24t dts
BY RICHARDS & BISPHAM.
NO.34 SOUTH FRONT STREET, PHILADEL-
PHIA.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF DRUGGISTS,
GLASSWARE-On Wednesdhsy.morning, March
31st, at II o'clock at the Auction Store, No. 34 south
Front st. will be sold on a liberal credit, 1000 to 2000
packages druggists and other glassware,
Consisting ota 'futlassortment of vials from I oz. to
8 Wg. prescription vials from 1-2 oz. to 8 oz. Bate-
man's vials large and small size; prescription wide
mouth vials; essence of peppermints; durable ink;
Turlington's balsam; Godfrey's cordials; liquid anti
Steers opodeldocks; bears oils, ink niordaunts; Har-
laem oils; cayennes, mustards; macassar oils; 2 and 4
oz, panels; 1 to8 oz inks; quart, pint and half pint
castor oils; quart and pint flasks; quart bottles; half
gallon, quart, pint and halt pint seltzers; gallon, half
gallon, quart and pint specie jars; drachm vials; col-
ogne bottles, &c.
Catalogues will be ready and 'amopl,-s arranged for
examination one day previous to li i,' mlt 20
CHILIAN CUPPEiR AND DYE WOODS.
3*l i BARS COPPER, and
Ojl: l: =l 25 tone LIMA WOOD,received by the
Eudora, from Valparaiso, for sale by
mh 23 d4teo4t WM. WILSON & SONS.
BOLTING CLOTHS.


JUST received a fresh supply, which will be sold
on the most liberal terms by
E. & McPHERSON.
mb 5 eoly No 21 South Howard st.
BuOLTINl, ClOTHS AND.MILL STONEm
AFRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOLTING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers or
Millers on the most liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
MILL STONES of the various sizes.
JAMES CHESTON & SON,
je22 d? Commerce street wharf
P LANES, ofail kinds, and ol the best materials
and workmanship, can be purchased on the most
favourable terms at the manufactory ol the subscriber
in Lexington st., a few doors west oI Libertya st.
mh 16 eo4tif J. T. BROWN.
jARE CHANCE.-Trhe subscriber offers lor
Sale his stock of GROCERIES & FIXTURES
contained in his store, at the corner 0t Harrison and
Baltimore streets, formerly occupied by Roney &
Owings, one of the most prominent situations in the
city for the above business. Or he would accept a
partner having from 800 to 1000 dollars, and it would
no doubt prove a profitable investment.
mh20 4t EMPSOM C. BIRD
SFAMILk o thttie highest respectability residing
.tg.in one of the most pleasant locations ot the city
wishinig to increase their income, and having rooms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Gentleman and Lady, of their own standing. Ad-
ress F. C D. through Ithe Post Office. te 3-eotf
NO. 10 LIGHT S'itREET WHIARKF.
HORNTON & EARECKSON respectfully
inform Small Dealers they have a general as-
sortment of GROCERIES,which they would pleased
to sell on low terms andt in small lots. 1 mh 12
l 'OT'I S A N' i L S I J -JI ,'S I. ,, ,. l ,o m
B brigI C'lictaw a11 rilhW ,m)t.]..I0. t '..i .-- .,0 ca-
ses BOUO-I i SHOIP., 'tpi'rri'si in .,-.,ilneumntof
M enr,'s II.CK p i',i lii 1nll C i.,i ,ni I -.,I :;.-'d do,
&c. which. ii addition to our stock in store, makes a
complete assortment. For sale by
C. H. CARROLl, &TIN-FS,
N. W. corner Baltimore and 1,-.:, i) a
mhb24 6t P up stairs.
A CARD.-Mr. FRANCIS JOSEPH MEYER
merchant, a native of Bonn, in Germany, who
emigrated to the United States in the year 1816, and
settled in Baltimore, will hear of something to his ad-
vantage by calling on the subscribers.
BRAUNS FOCKE,
nmh 24 1901 Baltimore st.
f IH E PU 1B L ICr l .a "iIh-,l i '*t , 4r e ,,g
V thecrewof the Hamburg barque EU DURA,
Capt. J. W. C. Meicke, as no debts of their contract-
ing will be paid by the captain or consignees.
mh 23 4t*
DISSOLUTION OF PARITNERKSHUI1.
T HE partnership heretofore conducted under the
firm of GEO. & A. McNEAL is this day disso!-
ved by mutual consent. Persons indebted to the late
firm will please make payment to A. McNEAL, and
to whom persons having claims (if any) will please
present the same for settlement.
GEO. McNEAL,
ARCHIBALD McNEAL.
Baltimore, March 23, 1841,-mb 2 4t*


BRICKS, BRICKS.
40 0 A l f BRICKS, ready for deliv-
lu u u u ery, of the various kinds in
use, are offered for sale by the subscriber, who takes
this method to inform his friends and the public that
he continues in the BRICK MAKING BUSINESS,
and respectfully solicits a continuance of public pa-
tronage.
-,-0 FIRST QUALITY PRESS
S BRICKS, or sale low for cash.
mh26 law4t* MICHAEL WARNER, Jr.
FREIGHT FOR PETERSBURG AAD
RICHMOND.
The steamer COLUM-
BUS leaves on SATUR-
'DAY EVENING NEXT,
the 27th, at 4 o'clock. For
freight apply to J. BRANDT, Jr. Ag't.
mh 26 d2t No. 5 Light street wharf.
"g FOlR AMSTEROAM-The A. 1. cop
pered and copper fastened barque EUDORA,
Meineke, master; will be despatched for the above
port on or about the 15th f` Apri For freight apply
to F. I'.l DLE AALD & DIDIER,
mh 6 11 Hanover st.
'- FtRK .Sl'. MARKS AND APAL-
,i& AI HI I it. \-To sail To-morrow-The new
F.r.r Il.tliDI\N, Capt. Allen; at the lower end
Spear's whart, will sail as above. For balance freight
or passage apply to THOS. HOOPER,
i5 p h,- .' h ,rf.
Shippers will please send in their hill- Ll,,g this
day. mh ?6
ea-. FOLi MOBI LE-lN.-' 1 .1 11.. - tie line
r%-a, c..r.-r i'.M. -,1. n / IA, John
I'.,llh", h. 1- ; -' i rig a la-',"- p'si| Io n u1 h r cargo
engaged, will have quick depatcn for the above point.
Apply to THOS. HOOPER,
mil 26 5 Spear's wharf.
FOR SAVANNAH-I-The line bug EL-
S EANOR, Capt. Jones; will have despatch.-
For freight or passage apply to
JNO. K. RANDALL,
mh 26 P 104 Smith's wharf.
FOR CHIARLESTO.'--On Saturday-
kThe line brig WANKINCO, Capt. Howland;
will sail as above. For f.- .thl or passage apply to
THOS.WHITHIDGE, i: -, 13 Bowly's harf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
mh 26 P__________
FOR BOSTON-Union and Despatch
m Line-'The brig CHOCTAW, Capt. Nick-
erson, it now loading at Bowlv's wharf. For freight
apply on CLARK & KELLOGG.
mh 26
f FOR NEW YORK-Old Regular Line
,ad --The fine regular packet schr. EMMA, J.
Cole, master; will have despatch. For freight apply
to ISAIAH MANKIN,
nmh 26 P Corner Gay andil 'ratt sts.
0 FORa NEW K ORK-i islti's i(eiolar
& Line-Tberegulair line biig Hi'L \. Whit-
ing, master; having the .i, t part i h '-. en-
gaged and on board, can i i .,- i.- bulk ..t ., ..i and
meet with immediate despatch. For ',eitiht f whichh
appiy to J. '1, 1; \' IS N,
mhi 26 P 59 Snillrs wharf.
i' O i! otT i' i L. k77- .Pi i I 11.1i --- .i,'^-7. '-
ur, I Line-Tle regular line sloop STATIRA,
>.,lsrtiui. master. Fortreight applyto
J. W. BROWN,
mh 26 P 59 Snillh's wharf.
SFORi FIREI)ERICKSBURG, VA.-
i I Ti.-tlast sailing schooner ACIlVE, Captain
Perry; is now receiving freight for the above port and
intermediate landings on the river, anui will have
quick despatch. For terns apply on board, Pratt st,
wharf, or to WM. McDONALD & CO.
mh 26 d4t No 87 Bowly's wharf.
FOR HAVRE DEGRACE-ASchr.
im will sail fr)min our Warehouse THIS DAY for
Have ie Grace. Shippers of Goods intended for
transient Canal boats will please make early applica
tion. LOWRY & GILL.
mh 26
FOR ALEXANDRIA, D. C.-A good
Vessel will take freight, at low rates, to the
above port. Apply to
mh 26 CLARK & KELLOGG.
RICHMOND PACKET'S-New Line
---To sail to.morrow--The line schooner
ELIZABETH JANE, Win. Phillips; is now loading
at head of Smiith's wharf, anid will positively sail as
above. For freight, apply on board or to
WM. MOORE,
mh 26 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt st.
It. I Illlt IN ) PACKET-lHooper's 0Ol
mI."-- I. ii,,. -chir. FOX, Capt. Harrington;
at lower end Spear's wharf, will sail as above. For
freight apply to THOS. HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper & Sons. mh 26
NORFOLK AN9) PETERSBURG.
A PACKET-Hooper's Old Line-To go to Pe-
tersburg wharf-The line schr. MEDORA, Cap'ain
Meekins; will sail as above. For freight app ly to
THOSE. HOOPEr,
5 Spear's wharf.
Refereoce-Jas. Hooper & Sons. mIh 26
iNORFOLK AND PETERSBURK;
S PACKETS-New Line-To go to P--..i.l.',,
wharf-To-morrow-The line schr. T, J. I I 1.- I.\,
is now loading at O'Donnell's wharf, and wiil posi.
lively sail as above. For freight apply on board, or
to %' %M. MOORE,
mh 26 Corner Smith's whaif & Pratt st.
)FORl FREIGiT OR CHAR'TER-
I'lt .. ,- I schr. TI'HHOAS, Liscomo master;
one year old, stows about 600 bbls. For terms apply
to J. W. OSBORN,
mh 26 P 82 Bowly's wharf.
SIO.O k ld NEW YORK, FUNDS
at sight, in sums to suit pur-
chassrs, for sale by
OELRICHS & LURMAN,
mh 23 31 S. Charls st.
177 42 A SI G IIT Iill "I'tTON
3 New York. for sale by
JAMES WILSON,
mh 25 No. 117 North Howard street.
fi0l0 t PER CENTV TREA-
t 0 JSURY NOTER, for sale by
mh 23H f FRJOHNSI'ON & LEE.,
XCIIANtE FOR $3,000 ON PtIILA-
DELPHIA IN BANK CHECKS-tInsums to
suit purchasers, for sale by
THOMAS PIERCE,
mh 25 No. 9 Bowly's wharf.
CHANGE ON BOSTON AT SItH-IT,
for sale by THOSE. PENNIMAN & CO.
mh 24 P 77 Bowly's wharf.
EXCHANGE ON LON DON-For sale by
F. RODEWALD & DIl)lIE,
mh 25 P No. II Hanover street.
('Xt111A N (; E."O I:%%' 1 O1{K-1650 dollars
-EIxll 1. \' HAN.,L. in.. --i. by
mh 25 J. M.SLAUGHTER.
RAN KLIN BAN 1 NtOT' 'S--lor sale by
E. MICKLE & CO.
mh 24 182 Baltimoire st.
B7KANKLIN BANK fU D US--$30U0 or sale
1AIby W. CRANE & CO.
mhi 24 corner S. & Water St.
COIN FOR SALt, in SuitS to suit Iurcsiaseis.
mh 23 JOHNSTON & LEE.
Ck'I'HE SNEA'-'H0--I0 dtoz. best acytlle
Sneaths, lot sale by A. R. BICKNER,
mh 22 20 German street.
I OP IRON-Assorted, fromii to 2t inch, con-
,l i1,3l) for sale by A. R. t"l i(N.LI-,
m h 92 _,, ..... . it.
IR-EGAR.-Supertur Ciuler VINEGAR, comi-
stantly fbr sale wholesale ansI retail. hv
JACO; ~.\H -il M\li,.
fet9 eos m Howardtst. t it'. r '.. ..I Ir, ii s t.
S 7l'l"'L l- M I I. Li, -,,- ..' .**\ I..,'.-. ,- \ ],-.,,,.,
hniuation Wilsons, Parker & Whiles' and Benit
box COFFEE MILLS, for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 22 20 German st.
(CYTHES--450 dozen Inman's, Passmore's Hale
& I,,ir.,'i-.. :Talts,Farwell'sand Waldron's Grain,
Grass and Bramble Scythes; for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 22 20 Gertuan street.
I'IACK. --300 boxes best blued TACKS, from 2,
fLoz, to 24 oz., for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 22 2i2 German street.
ing the Mercantile Business, and of closing
their concern, will sell at Wuolesale, on accommo-
diatuiia s.t me, their entire STOCK OF GOODS,


1 h.,.e who wish to purchase will please call; to
whom the terms of sale wilt be made known.
Until a sale is effected, they will continue the bu-
siness at reduced retail prices. All those who have
unsettled accounts with the firm, are respectfully re-
quested to call and close them by cash or notes.
EVANS, MORGAN & CO.
Havre-de-Grace, Feb. 27, 1811. tf
P. S. The purchaser call obtain a lease on the store
house, which for advantages, is considered one of the
best in town. E. M. & CO.
W M. P K A T T,
SURGEON DENTIST.
R ESPECTFULLY solicts a share of public
patronage, and pledges himself to thle perform.
ance of every operation in accordance with all the
late scientific improvements of his procession.
Best INC(ORRUPTIBL.E MINERAL TEETH,
inserted on Gold Plate and Pivot in the most difficult
cases, and every attention paid in their adjustment to
render them easy and serviceable to the wearer, and
natural in appearance.
All operations upon the Teeth, as Fi, c. Extract-
ing, Cleaning, Regulating, &c. &c., %,% t..- carefully
andi thoroughly conducted, and diseased gums treated
in the most skilful manner. Office, West Fayette st.
opposite City Hotel, 1st door from Monument Square.
mh 25 3m
I IYSON GIbl,, DEN iSIF,
N. IV. Corner of Hanover and Lnombard streets, Balto.
W HE RE the strictest attention is paid to all tope-
rations which may be entrusted to his care.-
The business of Cupping and Leeching will be con-
tinued by B. Gill and Wm. F.Gill, who have a large
supply of EUROPEAN LEECHES on hand. All
orders for Cupping uand Leching thankfully received
and promptly attended to day and night, by Mr. ana
Mrs. Gill and Son. Office N. W. corner oh Hanover
sand Lombarl sts. nh 25
LADIES' BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
No. 4 S. Gay street.
I OBERT JENKINS respectfully informs his
ifl. ormer customers and the public generally, that
having returned to the city, he intends cr\in-' .n
the business as heretofore. Orders rin ti.e i.1,', y
will he punctually attended to. imh 23 4t*
AND OFFICE MONEY.-For sale at a re-
L duced rate, a Treasury Certificate for $900, en-
titling the holder to enter a section (610 acres) public
Land at any of the Land offices of the U. States. Ap-
plyto W. HABERSHAM,
mh23 d4t* 52 South Fredeilick st.
ANTED IMMEDIATELY-A YOUTH
of respectable : il., who can give good re-
ferences. A German ps-'Frf.- Apply to
CHS. WILLE & DICKEY,
7 Hanover st., a tfe doors beluw Bal-
mh 23 lirmore street.
NEW STI'YLE LONDON CASSIMERES.
ROBERT HILL, No. 73 Baltimore street,
Has just received and is now opening superi-
or SPRING CASSI MERES, of the latest style and
fashions, such as Ribb'd, Plaid and Figured, of the
most superb qualities. Also superior London Tweeds,
Albertine Mixtures, Summer CLOTHS, CASHME-
RETS. Those in want will do well to call before pur-
chasing, as they cannot fail to please, mh 25


CITY OF BALTIMORE.
No. 11.
An Ordinance relating to Henry street, between Hamburg and
Cross streets.
Be it enacted and ordained by the Mayor and City Council of
Baltimore, That unless application shall be made to the Mayor
and city Council, agreeably to the acts of Assambly passed
at December session, 1816, chapter 218, and December ses-
sion, 1817, chapter 148, before the first day of March, 1842,
for opening that part of Henry street, between Hamburg and
Cross streets, in the city of Baltimore, as laid down on Pop-
pleton's plat, the proprietors of ground whereon Henry street
is located, on said plat between Hamburg and Cross streets
aforesaid, may build upon, improve and use the same; and
shail have the ssnie rights, privileges and claims for compen-
sation or otherwise, for or in respect of any buildings, im-
provements or uses, as if the same had been made or put up
before passing of the acts of Assembly above recited--Pro-
vided, they advertise the provisions of this Ordinance in two
or more of the daily papers of thiscity once a week for four
weeks, previous to the first day of M ,r i. i.ris,, ., ,nr.dred
and forty-two. li- NIt', '.\\ [iLl.,
President of the First Branch.
ROB. HOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.
Approved March 7th, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.
No. 12.
An Ordinance to dispose of certain State Stocks.
Be it enacted and ordained by the Mayor and City Council of
Baltimore, That thie Conmmitssioners of Finance be and they
are hereby authorized and directed to transfer( to thie Register
of the city the amount of fifty thousand dollars of the six per
cent stock of thie State of Maryland belonging to this corpo-
ration, to be by the Register disposed of, or hypothecated as
in his discretion he may deemi proper, for the purpose of pla-.
h., ii. p,... i s the treasuryot the city,to pay such claims
1I.-.r- ..r, ir 1,,, in.,, o1 time as shall not be otherwise provided
for, the said transfer to be made in such parcels and at such
times as the Register with thie approbation of the Mayor, shall
require. HENRY SNYIDER,
President of the First Branch.
ROB. HOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.

PRIVATE EDUCATION.
T HE SEMINARY for Youths will be removed
to Alexandria, D C.,and open on the 1st day
ot May, in a retired and commodious building, form-
erly the residence of the late Judge Thompson F.
Mason, at the northern extremity of the town. No
pupil riot heretofore a member of my family will tbe
admitted over 14 years of age,and the number will be
limited to 16. There are some vacancies which I de-
si, 0 to fill.
Great attention will be paid to the morals, manners
andl habits of my pupils, who all reside in my family
and form a part of it: none others are admitted. At-
tached to the premises is a large garden. A fondness
forhorticultural pursuits has been cherished among
my pupils, with obvious advantage. The discipline is
strict buat parental, and a rigid observance of all the
rules is required.
'T'he course of Instruction is liberal; suited Io an
entrance into schools ot higher giade, into college
and mercantile lile. It embraces English, Latin,
Greek, French, Composition, Civil History, Natural
and Moral Philosophy, (G-.:.:, l.\, the Globes, Ar-
ithmetic, A'gebra, the i-. i|..Irw- .1i Geometry, Book
K.-. ii,- .... the evidences oh Christianity.
7,' i For Tuition, board, fire, candles, washing,
mending, mattress and bedding, the charge for the
scholastic year of 10 months is $100, payable halt
yearly in advance. Vacation from the 1st of August
to thie last of September.
Rt FERENCES.
Rev. Dr. R. Keith
Rev R. Keippt Theological Seminary, near Al-
Packa exandriaD.C.
Rev. Win. Hawley, I
Gen. Walter Jones,
Col. Win. Brent,
Hon. Win. L. Brent, Washington, D. C.
Tench Ringgold, Esq.
Jno. D. Simms, Esq. |
Col. Arch'd. Henderson, J
D)r. B. S. Bohrer, ) G ,
Jere. Wmn. Bronaugh, Esq. Georgetown, D. C.
Dr. Cary liarraudl, Norfolk, Va.
Or. G n.- Watson,
Trhos. It, I ,1. Esq.
Hon. Judlge P. V. Daniel, ic V
Hon. Benj W. Leigh, -Richmond, Va.
C. W. Gooch, Esq. I
Jno. N. C. Eustace, Esq.J
Gen. Jno. H. Cocke, c1, .
Rev. Rtch'd. H. Wilmer. Fluvanna county, Va.
Rilch'd T. Brown, Madison C. H.
C. B. Dana, Alexandria D. C.
Gen. S. C. Leakin, Baltimore.
tB 1.,000 2oi20 P RI ZES OpF .10
dy1.0U00W THIS AFTERNOON,-
March 26th inst.,inBaltimore. Tickets $4, shares
in prop,-rtion.
IF.SOS I1.5.000
$10,000, 30 OF $1,000.
TO-MORROW, (SATURDAY,) 27th March, in
Alexandria, Va.
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion,
For Prizes Apply at CLARK'S,
MUSEUM BUILDING,
mh 26 P BALTIMORE, Maryland.
1 000 2 PRIZES OF $1,000
VA Consolidated Lottery of Ma-
ryland,-class No. 9 for 1841.-To be drawn at Balli-
more, Mid., on TO-DAY, March 26th, 1841.-D. S.
Gregory 4- Co, -.......r.
SPI.f.%\limi SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF !i., t 1I PRIZE OF $2,131
1 ',", 1 1,500
1 3,t000 20 1,000
Tickets $4,-sishar,. ;rr p.,i>-.r-i.,
,IdI hhn t h 30 1'RliZt OFr $1,000.
-SI0410 l0 V Virginia State Lottery, class
D for 1841.-To be drawn at Alexandria, VY.., oni SA-
TURDAY, March 27th, 1841.-D. S. Gregory 4f Co.,
Managers.
GRAND SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $40,000 I PRIZE OF $6,000
1 15,000 1 5,000
1 10,000 1 3,000
Tickets $10,- shares in proportion.
O.-For Tickets apply to 1). S. GREGORY & CO.,
Managers, Corner City Hotel, Baltimore. mh 26
A CARD.-POSITIVE SELLING OFF.-A-
tnongst the collection to be sohld positively in a
few (lays. are 2 vey large mirrors; splendid chande-
liers. extra fine feather beds; hair and husk mattresses;
magnificent pier and centre tables; cut glass, silver
and plated ware; carpeting; china wale, &c.; I piano;
astial lamps; bureaus; marble centre tables; very ex-
cell-it waiters; double and single barrel guns and pis-
tols in cases; cutlery; jewelry and fancy articles; dry
goods; musical instruments; splendid mantel clocks;
Wiltoun hearth rugs; stair rods; a superior collection of
ancient paintings and curiosities. The above will be
sold at public auction in the beginning of next month.
Also, the store fixtures; show cases; counters; scales
and weights; stoves, &c. Also Terra Cotlas, for gar
dens, &c. S. EYTINGE,
mh 25 dits Opposite thl Union Benk.
WHAT' A CHEAP BONNET!
WHERE DID YOU GET IT?
LESS ME! such a Fashionable Florence for
S $2, and a large size HOOD, quarter ansi fip
Misses Florence, g-oil sizes, one dollar and half
Boys do. HATS, one dollar
Boys LEGHORNS, halt dollar
Misses I .l...iu FLATS
Ladies" -.inii:r, Double Mixt BONNETS, $1
Boys fi..,,t... hss LEGHORN
Inlant's very line do, Call in and see a
REAL SELLING OFF.
COTTON GOODS.
Splendid Furniture Calicoes, fip
Heavy Wide SHEETINGS, fip
Bleached MUSLINS..,:..-.I ..u slity, ftip
Long Cloth 51.,rii: Mi. 1 I.I N, superior,.ten cents
Excellent .. NIH \ I1, eleve
Splendid Lawn, (or l)resses, fast colors, quarter
Figured Curtain MUSLINS, three tips
Cross-bar do. do
White Cambric do from eseve
TICKING. good quality, from ten cents
AMERICAN NANKEEN, eleve
LINEN GOODS.
Good Irish Linens, quarter and fip
Two-yards wide Bleached Table, half dollar
Large size brown Cloths, halt dollar
Brown Holland, eleve-Ya'd-wide Diaper, eleve
Linen Cambric HDKDS, eleve
SILKS.
Black GRO.DE-NAP, quarter and fip
Colored do three eleves
Blue Black do super, half dollar
With a very extensive assortment of Figured and
Plain GOODS.
STOCK OF HOSIERY.
Excellent Black Cotton STOCKINGS, eleve
Do White Cotton do do
Ladies' ant Miase-, and Gentlemen's and Children's


STOCKINGS-of every kind.
And the stock ofSTRAW & LEGHORN GOODS,
while I am still selling otf, will receive every day
fresh additions from my Wholesale Establishment in
Baltimore street-so that I shall never have any thing
but Fresh GOODS, very cheap as usual, at
CHARLES JOtiN HART'S,
Retail Store, Lexington st.
CARPETING.
Woollen Stair CARPETING, quarter and fip
Yard wide ....I quality do. halft and eleve
Straw MA I I I N-,, quarter; handsome Check'd do.
FURNITURE DIMITY, for spreads, &c. three fips.
mh 19 tf P
NEW YORK & BALTIMORE HOUSE.
150 bales St. Jago TOBACCO, a part wrappers
and very fine quality
50 bales Havana
60,000 PRINCIPLE SEGARS
25,000 Regalia SEGA RS
50,000 Large ansi small size HAVANA SEGARS
50,000 CUBA SEGARS
800,000 SPANISH rio of different brands
1.000,000 HALFSPANISH do
100,000 COM MON do
40,000 imported Principe SEGARS, of the most
approvedl brand
Superior Pound Lump TOBACCO, of vari-
ous brands-For sale by ANDREW SMITH,
270 Baltimore street, opposite
mh 19 4tw6w sohe hInn.
SEAL ENGRAVING.
T HE SUBSCRIBER continues to carryon the
business ot Seal Engraving, in all its branches,
St hi- iI ., -, in York, P. i.er, rn,,
(l I'. l \ 'OURT', -i'n It 11. 1V\, \1T'ARIAL,
OFFICE AND LETTER SEALS.
Of every description, furnished at the shortest notice,
executed in a superior style. Having supplied Seals
lfor public offices in all the Middle, Southern and Wes-
tern States, andi for several of the Territories, besides
some for the General Government, he believes tie can
confidently say that his wo k will be satisfactory to
those who may employ him. Orders for any work in
his line willbe received, in Baltimore, by FIELDING
LUCAS. Jr. Esq anti Seals, when finished, will be
sent to hlmin for dleivery-whiera also, numerous spe-
cimens of his engraving can he -een.
ja27 ?laA6tn* WILLIAM WAGNER.
WHITE PINE LUMBER SAWED TO
ORDER.
HE SUBSCRIBER having his Mill at Port
Deposit, now in complete operation, is prepared
to saw WHIIE I ,t:-kM !L hI.It i.. order of all
.- *eet Pileing
ahnl itin.is, .. IDy t i Ji-.-i ler the same
. 11 m,. ][ n.-tr ih..'t .I s,..,'- l, i atisftactory
prices. Apr.nply Messrs. J. CREAMER & SON,
who will i ,: HI, terms anti forward the orders to
the Mill, &c. ISAAC BROWN.
mh 23 ?2awSt*
FRANKLIN BANK NOTES FOR SALE.
00t FRANKLIN BANK NOTES
$5 0 FOR SALE, on a credit of 6 months,
without interest, for an approved endorsed note. The
advertiser will receive applications through the Post
Office from principals only, which will be confidential.
Address R. S. T. mh 23 4t*
OLD PENCIL LODST, dropped (supposed)
on the street latday r two, a Gold Ever Point-
ed PENCIL. If tfo nl left at this office, a fair
reward will )e given. I mih 25 d4t
I


AMERICAN THE TRE-FRONT ST.
Mr. Ward has the pleasure of announcing to the pub-
lic, that the celebrated Native Comedian,
MR. HILL,
alias YANKEE HILL.
Is engaged for three nights only, and will appear on
this evening in two of his most favorite characters.
The membersofthe New Market Fire Com-
pany have been invited and will attend
with full Military Band.
THIS EVENING, MARCH 26,1841,
Will be performed, a new piece, called
SETH SLOPE;
Or, THE YANKEE TRAVELLER.
Seth Slope, a Yankee Tiaveller..........Mr. HILL,
In which character he will sing his celebrated com-
ic song of the American Whistling Boy; and perform
on the flute a Scotch Melody.
Previous to which, anew and excellent drama, called
A WIFE FOR A DAY.
Nathan Tucker,....................... Mr. HILL,
As originally acted by him upwards ot 150 nights.
A Pas Seul, by La Petite Rosalvi.
To conclude with the laughable farce of
WINNING A HUSBAND;
Or, Seven's thie Main.
In which Miss Rock will sustain seven character.
Prices of Admission-Boxes 50 cts.-Pit 25 cts.--
First Colored Gallery 50 cts.-Second Colored Galle-
ry 25 cts.
ftS-Doors open at 6 o'clock-performance to com-
mence precisely at 7 o'clock. mh 26
1iOLLIDAY STREET THEATRE.
In consequence of the length of performance, doors
will open on this night at half past six-performance
will commence at quarter past seven. Orchestra
seats $1, Boxes 75 cts., Pit 375 cts., Gallery 25 cts.
MR. OAKEY'S BENEFIT.
GRAND JUVENILE NIGH7,
THREE PIECES IN ONE EVENING.
THIS EVENING, MARCH 24,
Will be presented, these last twe acts of the new, origi-
nal, mythological and Romantic Drama of
THE NAIAD QUEEN:
Or, T'le Mysteries of the Lurlei Burg.
Miss Lee will dance the celebrated Cracovieene.
Mr. Oakey will dadice tbo celebrated Pas de Sabots.
Alter which the new historical Drama of
YOUNG NAPOLEON AND HIS FATHER;
Or, VISION FROM ST HELENA.
A Hornpipe, Master Charles Foster.
Song, the "Bay of Biscay," Mi. Brunton.
To conclude with the celebrated and glorious panto-
mime,) as produced by Mr. Foster,) of
MOTHER GOOSE;
Or, Harlequina andI the Golden Egg.
Saturday, positively the last night of the NAIAD
QUEEN, as it must be performed at the National
T theatre, Philadelphia, os Wednesday evening next,
and the l..IAh..l. a.itomime of MOTHER GOOSE.
Mr. E. I' -,h iI.!., i .:z 1.1,el for a few nights, and
will appear on Mondsn, k.nhii. Mr. MURDOCK
is also ppsge'isl.
;--1 i.-.'-. aind pi'Tee for the Boxes to be taken
daily at the Box '.thi- l.,:.i 10 until 2, and from 3
ill o'clock. nh 26
OYLE'S EVER LUCKY OFFICE~---
ContinuIes to be thie place the Capital Prizes are
disposed at. Comb. 2 9 60, a prize of $5,000, comb.
2 6 67, a prize ..t 1 iii., i. -1.1., at this truly lucky
office in the or i.iXl ,, ..i..id. Lottery, class C
drawn on Satr,.la, l'i,., .,sn. -The following are
the drawn Nos:-32 6 28 16 67 25 9 66 2 70 26 44.
Lowest prize $10.
On WEDNESDAY, the Maryland State Lottery
will be drawn in Baltimore. Two Capital prizes of
$10,000 each. Ticicets,$5, shares in proportion.
THURSDAY, Alexandria Lottery. Capital prize
$8,000. Tickets i... 4t..i1 in proportion.
On FRIDAY, ( ..l. 11.l ,.i Lotteries of Maryland.
Capital prize $12,000. Tickets $4, shares in pro-
I i, 5l,
iO, .TURDAY, the splendid Virginia Leesburg
Academy, will be drawn at Alexandria.
GRAND SCHEME.
1 PRIZE OF $40,000 I PRIZE OF $3,000
1 dto. 165,000 1 doi. 2,320
1 do. 10,000 30 do. 1,000
1 do. 6,000 60 do. 500
1 do. 6,000
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion.
83-For sale in the greatest variety of lucky numbers
by the package, single ticket, or share at MICHAEL
DOYLES', Lottery and Exchange office, No. 24 Pratt
street, opposite the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad De-
pot, Baltimore. Orders per mail addressed as above
will receive prompt attention. r h 23
NOTICE.
F OR sale on board schr. Mary F. Sanderson, ly-
ing at the foot of Calvei t street, one hundred
thousand twelve inch BIRCH SHINGLES which
will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to Capt.
on board, or M. Wheeler, No. 23 C'ih ,.-i.i
mnh 24 41*
I U ltl E It 1 : k; EI 11. I 1' 1i I I CI i.'L. I.I

at..., .h,,, t n I h BH I l] i. I, ..n. I. It t.-. lie ..I.]l
wood; any order can be fuirn.shed at short notice.
FREIDERICK DELFEL, Bond sat. F. P.
Nou 15 between Alisanna anrd Thames st.
mh 24 4t*
F WEATHER BEDSAND IATT'I'IESSES
-Feather tEDS, Curled Hair, Malss and Husk
Mattresses; made at short notice, by
WALLER CROOK, Jr.
No. 104 Baltimore street,
mh 24 6t between South asnd Calvert street.
-f i llll t ( = ..i... ,',llUIt [.. .. .. .h u :,
Iron, comprising a complete assortment, from
Sinch to 2 inches wide-received per late arrivals
from Liverpool, for sale by
OLIVER PARKER,
mh24 2w Corner Calvert'and Lombard sts.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
ORD & STANNARD, No. 5 Hanover street,
S offer to Town and Country Dealers, a good as-
sortment of DOMESTIC GOODS, at low prices, by
the pipeeor package, fe 15 3m
SE LINNG OIFF--SLLING OFF.-Ao. ai5
liBaltimore street, second door west of Sharp st.-
This line stock of Dry Goods haes to be sold for what
they will bring in cish. Persons who buy to sell
again or for their own use, will find it to their ad-
vantage to examine these Goods before purchasing
elsewhere. mh 20 tf ___
p PRIVATE TUTOR WVANTIEI).-T-he sub-
scriber wishes to engage a person to instruct his
children, who is a classical scholar, capable and wil-
ling to devote his whole time to the education of his
fbur boys; to reside with the family in the country
throughout the year-the situation being as healthy as
any in thie State. HENRY B. CHEW,
Epsom, near Towsontown P. 0.
Who also wants to hire Bait. Co.
A Manager and Four Hands fir bis farm.
mnh 25 t(4t?5
N UR.SE ANDSJEAMaTKESS WANTED.
-A middle aged White Wounan of respectable
character, to take charge in part of two or three chil-
dren, and to assist in plain sewing. A person who can
bring satisfactory references, may obtain a good situ-
siion Apply at No. 4l.exington street, on the north
sidm, 3 doors west ol Liberty. mhi 25 l8t
LIME BURiNER'S COAL.
45 TONS ot Lehigh White Ash SCREENINGS,
t. suitable for Lime burners and Steaum Engines
also.
10,000 bushels nf Virginia BITUMINOUS COAL,
suitable for Blacksmiths and other purposes, a good
article-for sale on Union Dock next to Fenby's
whart. by EDWARD MOHLER & CO.
moh 25 4t*

$ 0e000 SPECIE, for sale by
I. L. NICHOLSON & BROS.
ALSO FOR SALE.-
Virginia, 1
Wheeling,
Western, |
V ,il. a. Va, l BANK NOTES, in sums to
] .i, R...I, ("suit purchasers.
Tide W. Canal, |
N. Carolina,
Franklin Bank, J
mh 25 4t*
R EMOVAL-'Tbe public is respectfully inform-
edthat WILLIAM A. PRATT, Architect and
Engineer, has removed his office from No. 75 to No
155 Belto. st. over Camnpbell's Jewelry Store.
99-IL L TMINA TED MAP for Public Schools.-


School Teachers and other ,-i,,-,rni are informed
that the subscriber, at the i..i,.n- io..r of his friends,
will exhibit the above fora lew days at the Exchange
tiom to day. WILLIAM A. PRATT.
mhl 17 2aw2tliw2t*
[ ADAME ARSANT, From Paris, has the
Lkhonor to inform the ladies of this city of her ar-
rival with a great assortment of EMBROIDERIES,
BONNETS, SILK fortresses, SHAWLS, Mantilles
en File', and other articles of Toilets, after the latest
fashions, Ahich will he sold at the lowest prices.-
The ,ladies that would honor her with their confidence
are respectfully invited to make early application, as
Madame Arsant's residence in this city will be very
short.
At MRS. DEVILLE'S No. 4, South st.
mit 23 dt61*
GINGHAMS, GINGIHAMS.
W E have just received an additional supply of
those heautifulEAlLSTON GINGHAMSolbr
ladies' dresses, amongst which are some of an extra
fine quality, to which we particularly invite the attenr
tion of tne ladies, as we are enabled to sell them by
the piece or yard, much lower than the usual prices.
Also, some very handsome Mourning do.
DORSEY & NELSON, 13 Balltimore st.
mh 25 lw 3d door west of Market Space.
"Y THtE LATE ARRIVALS.
JOHN R. RICARDS & CO. 166 BALTI-
MORE SrREET, have received by thie Belvi-
ilera and Philadelphia to this port, and Sheffield to
New York, the remainder of their Spring importa-
lins, which addition renders their stock complete.
Among them I,,-,l .-.c .i at- a few cases superior
new style Pris,,-, ,'\ %1tI' ., exceedingly beau-
tifol;lChinlz ani I't ,i i ti,.- I kWNS; New Style
MOUSLIN DE .1. NE; l-,1b; anrt love CHALLES
entirely new; Ali.-.I V t.. I I\,., -, &c. &c. Their
s ock is now inferior to none in the country, and they
invite the attention of purchasers, mh 25 dtf
it ,ILs,, I It Tl't '1 i m. UI-i'NLI 'N i.t'% N'.
&. -tIl \MIl.l i' l. \' ll t I t, il N. i' .:
Baltimore street, have on hand very beautiful French
PRINTED ..I' -I.I'S AND I LAWNS of several
entirely new and most .-s,,iii,, styles-Also hand-
somie Frencl Satin nu,,I Muslins at 375 cents,
bought at auction.
Our assortment of rich Fancy Dry Goods, such as
SILKS; Spleneid Shawls of every variety, new style
Muslin-de-Laines; Muslin Goods, Edgings, Laces;
Gloves; Hosiery; Linen Cambric anid Lawn Hdkts;
Mourning Goods, &c. is very complete and we are
determined to sell at low prices by wholesale and le-
tail. 4t1 mI 25
LOOKING-GLASS WAREHOUSE.
T PALMER & CO. No. loe and 1085 Balli-
more st., manufacture Wholesale and Retail
I ..sii.,Gi -1 .,nd Picture Frames, as also every de-
ieim'i..oi .:t ionlt Work appertaining to the business.
mh 25 4t
RICH CHIAE SIIAWLS AND SCABFVS.
TOLDRIGE has just received I case of
B splendid SILK SHAWLS and SCARFS, con-
sisting of rich chine, plaid, embossed, &c.,ofthe very
newest styles, and being bought for cash, enables him
to sell them much lower than the regular prices,whole-
sale and retail. 123 Baltimore street. mbh 25
DR. CLEVELAND'S ACADEMY FOR
YOUNG LADIES,
No. 14 Lexington st. near Charles st.
IS PREPARATORY School for LITTLE
GIRLS is in the same building, where they are
fitted for the Academical Department.
mh 23 2aw4t


PUBLIC SALES.
By Hoffmans & Co.
NO. 6 NORTH CHARLES STREET,
CLOTH SALE.
T HIS MORNING, 26th Inst. at 91 o'ckck, en
the second floor of our warehouse, we will sell-
i50 PIECES FINE, SUPER AND
2E EXTRA SUPER CLOTHS AND NEW
STYLE CASSIMERES.
HOFFMANS & CO,
By RobWt. .I. Taylor & Co
NO. 8 GERMAN STREET.
O N SATURDAY MORNING, 27th instant,
at 11 o'clock, we will sell
CASES MEN'S BROGANS,
1: 7 do. Boys do.
ALSO, an invoice of GOODS, consisting ef Double
and Single barrel GUNS; Brass and Steel barrel Pis-
tols; Percussion Caps; Lead Pencils; Toilet Glasses;
Snuff Boxes, and other Goods.
R. A. TAYLOR & CO.
Catalogues will be ready on the morning of sale.
mh 24
y ,*4. Whiteley'
S. CHARLES ST., ONE DOOR FROM LOMiBARD.
N SATURDAY MORNING, 27th inst. at 10
o'clock, at our Sales Room, corner of Charles
and Lombard sts. we will sell without reserve a lot of
new and second hand FURNITURE, consistihg of
Bureaus; Secretaries; Sideboards; Tables; Wash
Stands; Rocking and other Chairs, &c. Immediately
after the above, 40,0000 superior Spanish Segars, war-
ranted of direct importation. Also several cases of
Combs, handsomely assorted. We will also offer at
same time and place, a lot of superior Cheese.
mh 27
CHRESE-CHEESE-CIHEESE.
EALERS IN CHEESE are invited to attend
my sale, at No. 44 South Charles street, on FRI-
DAY MORNING 26th inst. at 10 o'clock, when I
will sell 200 boxes and a number of casks of good
Cheese-this sale is intended to be especially devo-
ted to the sale of (1l -r- "o.. from the country,
tavern keepers ann i.i,- ; %.ill 1 .1. a fine opportuni-
ty ol supplying themselves. I shall sell in a few days
a" soon as it arrives, a large lot of superior printed
Liverpool ware-due notice of the sale will be given.
mh 25 A. WHITELEY.
By II. W- 1ool,
60 BALTIMORE STREEt'.
GALE OF CLOTHING, CROCKERY AND
Is QUEES-WARE, at my Auction Room on SA-
TUhDAY MORNING, March 27th, at 10, embrac-
ing all the variety in coinmen with a respectable
Mr'rct,., Tailor-with Cut Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c.
Also two Crates Queens-Ware, selected for a coun-
try store. With Furniture,Hard-ware, Groceries and
Dry Goods.
T.Sutliff's Stock of China and Quees-Ware on same
day. 1 shall be prepared to hand the Catalogues. If
this extremely interesting sale to such as feel inter-
e'ted-which will proceed on-on the following
Monday, Maich 29th, at 10, at the Store, corner ot
Lexington and Howard. H. W. BOOL, Auct.
mih 22
iBy J. 1. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, COR-
NVER OF N. GAY AND FRONT STREETS.
ARM FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-I wil1
sell on THURSDAY, April 1st, at 1 o'clock,
at the Exchange, a FARM located on the Philadel-
phia Road,adjoininig the lands of Messrs. Robert How-
ard and Stansbury, about 6Q miles from the city-
The tract contains tll acres of Land one halt of
which is cleared and in a state of cultivation, the ba-
lance is heavily timbered, and estimated to contain
700 cords of Wood. The improvements consist of a
A Dwelling House,,Barn and sufficient Istabling
in good order.ano oilither out houses. There is a
never failing well of the best water within a
few steps of the house There is also a young anti
thriving orchard of various kinds of fruit on the farm.
The land under cultivation is in wheat, Rye, Clover
and Timothy, and the land is of an excellent quali-
ty and well adapted to the raising of any kind o' pio-
duce and has a southerly exposure. Tittle indisputa-
ble. Terms halt cash, balance 6 anid 9 months, with
interest.
The Stock, and Tools on the farm are for sale.
mroll 26 S J. 1. GROSS, Aunt.
RICtIMOND STREET PROPERTY AT
AUCTION-POSTPONED SALE.-I will
sell on THURSDAY, April 1st, at 4 o'clock on the
premises, that highly valuable property in Richmiond
street, recently o,-ipid by the subscriber, fronting
on Richmond itr-. -:.. 1.et, extending back 150 feet,
s to Tyson alley. On the lot is erected a sub-
fstantialTwo-S'ory BRICK HOUSE, which
,-'-i''i underwent thorough repair, and is
now 1.i. 1i% i the reception of a genteel family; on
the rear of this lot is a valuable Stable; the whole sub-
ject to twenly five dollars ground rent. The terms for
this also, will be liberal, and the title indisputable for
the whole, which will be given to the purchaseron his
complying with the terms ot sale.
CATHARINE MERR1TT,
mh 26 ,S JOHN I. GROSS, Auct.
RPHIAN'S COURT SALE.-By order of
the Orphan's Court lor Baltimore county, I will
seil on FRIDAY,26th, at 10 o'clock, at the Watering
place. near the glass house, 2 pile driving machines,
with hammers and other appurtenances. Also a scow.
And immediately after in H-,.h- sttiet, the house-
hold and kitchen Furnituire ,i 1..- deceased, being
part of the personal estate of Daniel Hainsworth.-
Terms cash.
And at 3 o'clock, in the afternoon of the same day,
on ihe premises.three miles from the city ou the Wash-
ington turnpike, near the deep cut, all the leasehold
interest of a piece of land, containing about 15
acres, improved bya FRAME H1--iltE Iand
other out houses; subject to a ground rent of
$18O per annum.
Terms as prescribed by the Court, one-third cash,
the balance in 4 and 6 months, with interest from day
of sale. HENRY C. DUNBAR, Administrator.
mh 16 eo&ds S J. 1. GROSS, Auct.
XECUTOR'S SALE.-By order of the
Executors, 1 will sell on TUESDAY 30th, at 10
o'clock, in Eutaw street, No 22, near the market-
part of the household furniture of Samuel Rieman
deceased, ill part cane seat and windsor chairs;mahog-
any dining and breakfast tables; looking glas,-es; stair
rois; bureaus; beds; &c., with furniture for culinary
purposes. Terms cash. J. I. GROSS, Auct.
mnih 24___________
1 RUSTEE'S SA&LEOF GROCERIES, &c.
--By virtue and in pursuance of a deed oft Trust,
for the benefit of Creditors, 1 will sell for tire Trus
tee, on FRIDAY, the 26th inst. at 10 o'clock, at the
corner of Hillen and Exeter streets, a STOCK OF
GROCERIES. LIQUORS, &c.,in part-Loaf; lump,
and brown Sugars; Rio, St Domingo and Java Coffee;
Chocolate; Starch; Rice; Ginger; Conion and Sperm
Oil; Molasses; Hyson, Young Hyson ant Black Teas;
Pepper; Indigo; Fine and Ground Alum Salt; Olive
Oil; Cheese; Clewing Tobacco; Cognac and Domes-
tic Brandy; Jamaica and N. E. Rum; Madeira, Lis-
bon and Malaga Wines; A. Brandy; Spirits; Old
Whiskey; 3 large Oil Cans; with Stand Casks; Store
Fixtures; Scales; Weights and Measures; and Patent
Balance. Terms cash, in Bankable money.
SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Trustee.
mh 20 ts J. I. GROSS, Auct.

VALUABLE DWELLING AND
STORE-I will sell on SATURDAY, 3rd
l April, at 1 o'clock at the Exchange, that valu-
able LOT OF GROUND, situate on the corner of
Charles street and Guiliord alley, and fronts 26 feet 8
inches on Charles street, running back 75 feet-impro-
ved by a double two story Brick STORE and DWEL-
LING, arranged for two Houses. On the rear of the
Lot there is also a two story Brick Dwelling HOUSE
arranged atid built for two houses. The property has
been and is tnder rent for the last year to punctual
tenants at $275 per annum. Ground renton the whole
property $26.67. Tle above property is increasing
in value daily, and thie location is considered as one of
the best in ir m.-.;ihb.ut,..o.it for a store.
Terms, co,.- tall c.r,, oliance in six and 9 months,
with interest, mh 20 J. I. GROSS. Auct.
NO MISTAKE.
^S~s. THE subscriber has pur- ,agi
S chased from Samuel West ef
n wOld Chester,Pa. David Foutz a
oh Carroll Co. Md., and Ed- [--
waid Maritiu of Talbot Co.


Md., several parcels of very superior NMUTTON,
which he willoffi for sale at his stall, Centre Market
on Saturday next, and to which he invites the espe-
cial attention efhis friends and customers. 'The mut-
ton may be seen on Friday at their subscriber's resi-
dence, Laudenslager's Hill,
mh25 3t* J.M.TURNER.
ACAHOUT DES ARABES-A highly nu-
J triciouns article of diet for Inlants, Invalids, and
more especially for dyspeptics, recommended by the
Royal Academy and Professors of the Faculty of
Medicine of Parin, end approved by the most of the
distinguished Practitioners of this country, prepared
in Paris by Langrenier. Price $2 per bottle. A sup-
ply just received and for sale by
MACKENZIE & CO.
fe 22 3taw2w N. E. cor. Bait. and Gay sts.
MATTING, &c.
r HE SUBSCRIBER has just received and
now offers for sale very low for cash to punctual
customers-
2 bales 4-4 Hemp CARPETING
24 pieces Spanish MATTING
20 do 6-4 col'd Canton do
20 do 4-4 do do
10 dto 5-4 do do
30 do 64 white do do
25 do 4.4 to do
Together with a general assortment of Carpeting,
Floor and Table. OIL CLOTH, Heam'h l ,ii.
Table Covers ot every variety, Stair li.,',i, ntai
Rods, Darimasks, Moreno, door Mats, &c. &c.
RICHARD DUVALL,
mh 13 P No. 210 Baltimore street.
C. H. EISENBRANT.
MPORTER AND MANUFACTURER
OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS-No. 54 Bal-
timore st. has received by late arrivals from Europe a
large supply o'M USICAL INSTRUMENTS, which
will be sold wholesale and retail on very pleasing
ermasiz:
_'.<_ ~ From Diesdte,. MIo.:-,irv arnd
-i --- ~I;-..... W ood PI l\\il I,' f .,
, __ ' ,.,ifactured by the celebrated
l, -"i' r.n.... Rosenkrantz, 6 and61 oc-
I I I lave; these instruments are war-
ranted to be of excellent tone and workmanship, and
are the finest imported from said Factory.
From Paris, Rose and Satin wood Guitars; Violins
No. 6 to 30; silvermounted Flutes with 8,6,4 keys;
Clarionels, 12, 9, 6 keys; French Horns with Patent
Valves; Trumpets, with 2 and 3 Valves; Cornopeans
Tenor anid Bass; Trombones with Valves; Ophi.
clydes with valves; do with II keys; Accordeans with
21, 18,12 and 8 keys.
From London, Kent Bugles and Cornopeans, made
by the celebrated Chas. Pace who made Mr. James
Deems' Cornopean.
From Rome, a fresh supply of Violin Strings, four
thread and 4 length, they are warranted to be of the
very finest quality. Also on hand a very large as-
sortment of German Instruments of all descriptions.
Military Bands can be supplied with whole sets of
Instruments tuned by the subscriber, at the shortest
notice. d4teo mh 12
WOOL.
CASH AND THE HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE PAID FOR WASHED AND UN-
WASHED WOOL, by LYMAN REED & CO.
de 23 No. 34 South Charles street.


PUBLIC SALES.

By K. Lemmon 4 Co.

T HIS DAY, (Friday) 26th inst. at 11 o'clock,
at the Auction Stores on Buchanan'a wharf, the
cargo of the blig Water Witch, viz-
246 HH'BDS. PORTO RICO SUGAR,
4 14 bbls. 5 represented to be prime
SHHDS. PORTO RICO MOLASSES
10 Tierces do do do
ALSO,
93.000 HAVANA SEGARS-Enti-
Stiled to debenture.
700 DRUMS OF LONDON MARKET
700FIGS
200 drums Extra Eleme FIGS, for family use
68,000 super Havana SEGARS
6,000 do do do Tippecanoe brand
8 tons LIGNUMVIT.E, for account of whom
it may concern.
20 hhds. Porto Rico MOLASSES
1 1 -3 BOXES BUNCH RAISINS
* 900 do do do
400 do do do
105 boxes Muscatel do
94 do Bloom do
700 do Cluster do
140 bags African GROUND NUTS
Will be added
NUMBEROFSECOND HAND SAILS.
mh 24 R. LEMMON & CO.
Will be added to the sale This day, 26th inst., the
cargoofschr. Governor Arnold, viz,
O BUHHDS. N. ORLEANS SUGAR-
0 said to be prime; 145 bhls. do, MOLASS-
ES. R. LEMMON &CO.
O N FRIDAY, April 2d, at 11 o'clock,at the auc-
tion stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of
the ship Roanoke-
9*-27] BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE,
39 w 4-Catalogues will be prepared and the
samples may be examined the day before the sale.
mh 25 R. LEMMON & CO.
O N MONDAY, the 29th inst. at ono .clock,
at the Exchange, a vacant LOT, beginning at
the S. E. intersection of Harford Run and Fleet sts.;
running thence easterly fronting on Fleet street 90
feet; thence southerly 300 feet to Alice Anna street;
thence binding on Alice Anna street to its intersec-
tion with Harford Run 90 feet, and thence 300 feet to
the place of beginning. It is in the immediate neigh-
borhood of the Depot granted by the city to the Bal-
timore and Ohio Rail Road Company T'erms at sale.
mh 23 R. LEMMON & CO.
'asum elt Ho q over, .tluctoU eer.
S. E. CORNER OF LOMBARD STREET, AND
MARSH MARKET SPACE.
t SCHR. FRIENDSHIP AT AUCTION-I
willsell on FRIDAY MORNING NEXT,
26th inst, at 11 o'clock, the schr FAIENDSHIP,withi
all her sails, rigging; tackle; anchors; cable, &c. &c
in complete order for sailing, 60 tons burthen, and
will carry 35 cords of oak wood, now lying at Light
st. wharf, between Barre and Conway sis. and oppo-
site Capt. Needham's store. The Schooner will pos-
itively he sold to the highest bidder. Terms cash.
mh24 P S. H. GOVER, Auct.
By R. MW. hall if Co.
NO. 24 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
ON FRIDAY MORNING NEXT, the 26th
il.st., at 10 o'clock, A. M. we will sell at our
Auction Store, an assortment of household FURNI-
TURE, FANCY ARTICLES, GERMAN SILVER
WARE, CUTLERY, &c. &c. Also fire proof chests;
secretaries; pier sideboard; pedestal, &c. suitable for
rooms; offices and stores. Alsoau 200 hot house sashes,
valuable for Gardeners use and others. Also, a one
horse carriage nearly new and in good order.
Will headdedto u,Dr sale on FRIDAY 26th inst., to
be sold at 12 o'clock precisely, at our Auction Store.
7 crates English Crown GLASS
Also, (at 10 o'clock,) 3 cases Razor HONES
I grand Piano
12 single and double Straw MATTRESSES
mh 25 2t R. M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
Will be added to our sale on Friday, 26th inst., at
our auction sore No. 24 S. Charles St., to be sold at
12 o'clock, precise!y-
SCRATES ENGLISH CROWN GLASS
S mh 25 dts R. M. HALL & CO. Auct.

Will be addcd to our sale THIS MORNING
7 HAMPERS DUTCH POTATOES,-
7J5 imported for family use.
me 26 R. M. HALL & CO.

N WEDNESDAY NEXT.the31stinst.at
the store of Mr. S. Eytinge in North Charles
street, opposite the Union Bank of Maryland, we
will sell an extensive and valuable assortment of Fur-
niture; Silver and Plated Ware; French Mirrors;
Clocks and Time Pieces; French China Vases with
shades and flowers; Glass and China Ware, as rich
Cut Decanters; Carafes; Tumbleis ; Wine; Cordials;
Centre Bowls on feet: Celeries, &c. Pianos; Dry
Goods; Guns, Pistols, &c.-very splendid Chande
liers;a large assortment of rich Ormolu and bronze
aslral and mantle Lamps; Feather Beds; Mattresses;
Cane Seat, Windsor ind Mahogany Chairs; Side-
boards; Pier Tables and Pedestals with Marble and
other tops.
Splendid Oil Paintings, in gilt and other frames.
A very extensive lot of Parlour and Stair Carpeting
andl Hearth Rugs; Cultery; Jewelry and other fancy
articles. The Goods can be examined at any time
previous to the sale. B, M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
mh 26 S 4t d5t
N MONDAY NEXT, the 29th inst., at 10 o'.
clock, A. M., we will sell the household effects
of a family retiring from housekeeping, consisting of
3 ply carpe's; rugs;passage and stair damask carpeting;
mahog. chairs;ottomans; tables; sideboard; bureaus;
workslands; pier table, with marble tops; rocking;
and cane seat chairs: alabaster mantel ornaments
candelabras; plated coffee urns and waieis;plated cas
tors; cut glass tumblers and other glass ware; tire sets
complete; beds; bedsteads and bedding; brass flat stair
rods, passage lamps; French plate looking glass. Al-
so. I Knott's stove, 12 writing desks; 18 stools, and a
variety of kitchen utensils. Terms, cash in Bankable
money.
Tile House is situated on the North side of Lexing-
ton street, the first door West of the new Episcopal
Church. The house is offered for rent. Apply to
mh 26 d3t R.M. HALL & CO. Aucts.

POSTPONED SALE.
FOR SALE.
WO VALUABLE WAREHOUSES ON
SOUTH CHARLES STREET.-By virtue of
an order of the Orphans' Court of Baltimore County,
the undersign.-I. E- I.c,ir-x pi Daniel Cobb, will offer
for sale on TH I'llf). V, lh, first day of April, at
one o'clock, at the Exchange in the city of Baltimore.
1. The four story BRICK WAREHOUSE,
No. 30 on the west side of South Charles St.,
I 21) feet wide and 75 feet deep, together with
the Lot oh Ground whereon it stands, of the same
width and running back one hundred and thirty feet,
to an area or court 25 by 26 feet, at tha head of an al-
ley about 16 feet wide communicating with Lombard
street, with the use ofsaid area or court-subject to
the yearly rent of $250, payable I yearly; being the
ground and improvement leased by Hugh Gelston and
wife to the said executrix, by indenture bearing date
the 13th day of July, 1840, and recorded among the
land records of Baltimore County in Liber. T. K. No.
300, folio 421,
Jfg The four story BRICK WAREHOUSE,
No. 32, adjoining the above mentioned one on
,the south and of the same dimensions, togeth-
er with the lot on which it stands, 20 tset wide and
140 feet deepadioining the above mentioned alley and
area, with the use thereof, subject also to the yearly
rent of $250, payable half yearly, being the ground
and improvement leased by said Gelston and wile to
said executrix by indenture bearing date the 13th day
of July, 1840, and recorded among the land records a-
loresaid in Liber T. K. No. 300 folio 419.
'* The ground rents will be paid by the vender to the
ddi ot sale and the taxes to the 1st January 1841, but
the taxes for this year 1841, will be paid by the pur-
chaser. The rents extinguishable at any time at six
per cent.
Terms of sale, one fourth cash on the day of sale,
the balance in three equal instalments, at 4, 8 and 12
months from the day of sale, with interest from that
day-the purchaser to give notes with approved se-
curity for the credit payment. Titles indisputable.
RUTH A. COBB,
Executrix of Daniel Cobb.
mh26 PR R.M. HALL&CO Auicts.


A CARD.
GEORGE VICKERS,
.ATTORNEY AT LAW 4 SOLICITOR IN
CHANCERY,
CONTINUES to Practice in the County Courts
of KENT, CECIL and QUEEN ANNE'S, anad
in the Court of CHANCERY, Maryland.
Chestertown, Md. Nov. 25th, 1840.
REFERENCES:
Mr. Nathaniel F. Williams-No, 14 Bowly's whf.
Capt. Joel Vickers-No. 71 S. Sharp st.
Messrs. Win. E. and J. Bartlett, S. Calvert, one
door from Pratt st.
Mr. George R. Mosher, of the firm of Reynolds &
Mosher, No. 38 N.Howard st.
Mr, George W. Krebs,No. 52 S. Calvert st.
Mr. Walter Farnandis, coiner Bait. & Light sts.
rio 30 mw&trly
MAGRAW& HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
PITTSBURGH, Pa.
Refer to-
Hon. Stevenson Archer,
Win. Schley, (
Hugh Boyle, BALTIMORE
The Editors of the American.
John Snyder, Esq. Cash.)
Hampton Smith & Co. PITTSBURG.
A. & S. Bailie, )
mh 18 eo20t?*l
SADLER, CROSSET & HUGS,
Successors to Crosset and Spahr,forwarding and Com-
mission Merchants, Canal Basin, Havre-de-Grace:
A NNOUNCE to their friends and the public,that
they have taken the property formerly occupied
by Crosset & Spahr, anid are prepared to eithereffect
sales of Produce or to forward to any of the ci-
ties. Consignments of Goods to gosup the Canal will
receive every attention. The convenience of their
location and their acquaintance with Boatmen give
them the advantage of despatch in this branch of the
business over most others. Charges as customary.-
They will keep constantly on hand and at lowest
prices, FISH, SALT, PLASTER, TAR, PITCH,
&c. &c.
The undersigned feel that the satisfaction given
the past season to a very large patronage, will be a
sufficient guaranty of future success.
THOMAS SADLER,
R. W. CROSSET,
ALEXR. HUGHS,
REFER TO-
Lea, Bunker & Co., Philadelphia,
Castner & Christian, "
Buck & Herr, Baltimore,
John Boggs Co. "
Griswell & Sons, McVeytown, Pa"
J. i J. Milliken, Lewistown, Pa. lawst fe8
IMBRIE & FARNUM,
No. 7, South Charles Street, (up stairs)
liAVE just received a large and desirable as-
.sortment of BRITISH DRY GOODS, consist-
ing of-
Rich London Dark and Light fancy PRINTS
Fine Fancy Mixed GAMBROONS
Fancy Cotton CASSIMERES
6-4 Tape Check MUSLINS, assorted qualities
4-4 Bishop's LAWN, No. 6 to 14.
ALSO-20 cases superior quality BUNDLE COT-
TON, white and assorted colors, fe 10


PtI'BLIC SALE..
By J. F. Osbourn 4'.Co.
No. 32. S.CH ,lr.LL",LL -S 1 HEEl'.
To make room for a large sale of a Cabinet makers
effects which will shortly take place; we will sell on
MONDAY MORNING, March 29, at 10, at our
store, a general assortment of Household Furniture
suitable for parlors, and other rooms, passages and
chambers.
Will be added to the sale one of Professor Leslie's
Air Pumps with 3 exhausting tubes and plates, extra
size, cost in London, $350.
mh 25 P J.F. OSBOURN & CO.
PUBLIC SALE OF BOOKS, STATION-
ERY, &c. &c. &c.-In pursuance of a general
order of Baltimore County Court, passed in elation
to insolvent debtors, the undersigned, as permanent
trustees, will sell at public sale, ON THURSDAY
MORNING, March 25tb, iust., at 10 o'clock, at store
No. 86, on Baltimore st., a large andl general assort-
menit of Books, Stationery, &c. Catalogues will be
ready for delivery on Tuesday preceding the sale, and
can be had on application at the store. The sale will
be continued from day to day, and in the evening, un-
til the whole are sold.
Sterns of sale, on all purchases ever $30 a creditor
six months, with such security as the trustees may ap-
prove; all sums under $30, cash on delivery of the
goods purchased.
JOHN GLENN, Permanent
mh 17 BRANTZ MAYER, Trustees.
J. F. OSBOURN & CO. Auct.
By JWever, Canonn A" Co.
No. 28 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
N EW & SUPERB MAHOGANY FUR-
NITURE, at 11 North Howard street.-On
THURSDAY, the 8th of April next, at 10 o'clock,
we shall sell, by catalogue, at the Warerooms of Mr.
Joseph Seche, No. II North Howard street,2d door
north of the Wheatfield Inn, a very rich and beautiful
assortment of mahogany and other Furnituie, manu-
factured from the most select materials and by the best
workmen. We enumerate as part, Pier Tables with
marble tops; Pier Pedestals with closes;Solas of finest
workmanship, with rich embossed and plain hair cloth
seats; Ottomans to match; Wardrobes of the richest
wood; Ladies' Dressing Cabinets of finest finish with
marble tops and swinging glasses; new style Wash-
stands; Egyptian marble tops; round and octagon
Centre Tables, Egyptian and Italian marble tops; pil-
lar anut claw Workstands, of various patterns; mahog-
any parlor chairs; Rocking Chairs, spring seals; em-
bossed hair cloth covers; pillar, claw dining and break-
last Tables; do. on legs; recess and other Sideboards;
consul and plain Bureaus; an extensive assortment of
high and French post and other Bedsteads, &c. &c.
The Furniture will be for private sale till Ihe 8th of
April,on which day the entire stock will be POSITrIVE-
LY sold without reserve, for cash in bankable money,
as Mr. Seche wishes to give his undivided attention
to his mahogany yard.
Catalogues will be ready for delivery on 6th of A-
pril. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
mh 26 ts Anct's.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF FUR"
NUfURE,&c.-On TUESDAY MORNING,
March 30th inst. at 10 o'clock, we will sell the Fur-
niture in the dwelling, situated on the east side of
south Howard, between Camden and Conway streets;
being part of the personal estate of Mrs. Jane Me
Cabe, deceased; consisting in part of one second hand
piano-forte; Brussels, ingrain carpets; passage & stair
do; fancy chairs with cushion seats; windsor do; side-
board; breakfast and dining tables; looking glasses
par:our stove; shovel and tonas; fenders; andirons;
silver plated candlesticks; china and glass ware;
knives and forks; one eight day mantle clock, a valu-
able article; bedsteads high and low post; bed and
window curtains, feather beds; mattresses; bedding,
viz. blankets; sheets; quilts &c; washstands; Ewers
andt basins, &c,&c ; together with a quantity of kitch-
en furniture. Terms cash in bankable money.
GEO. W. E. McCABE,Ad, s.
H. H McCABE, 5Am r.
WEVER, CANNON & CO, Aucts.
mh.26 PSC_____
FURNITURE, BAROUCHES, HORSES,
F&c:-On WEDNESDAY MORNING, March
31st inst. at 10 o'clock, we will sell without reserve at
thethuee story dwelling, situated in Eutaw street, be-
tween Saratoga and Mulberry streets, anddireclly op-
poite the Rev. Mr. Muggrave's Chuich, the furniture
and effects of Mr. Jo hua W. Owings who is about
leaving the State. The furniture consists in tart of
mahogany dining tables; card do; patent and other
bedsteads; hair and husk mattresses; looking glasses;
brass fenders; andirons; shovel and tongs, &c. &c.; 1
washing machine; flowers in pots; together with a
quantity ofculinary articles.
ALSO, Barouch; Match Horses; Harness, &c,-On
same day precisely at II o'clock in front of the dwel-
ling we will sell the family Barouch-, for one or two
hoi ses; a pair of well matched black Horses; young,
sound, gay, and gentle; 1 set of double Harness in
good order; I set single do; I saddle and two Bridles;
2 Horse Halters; 2 Covers do Terms cash in bank-
able money. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
mh 26 SCP _________ Aucts.
EXTENSIVE LOT OF FURNITURE-
withoul reserve-On MONDAY MORNING,
March 29th inst., at 10 o'clock, in the first and second
floor of our Warehouse, No. 28 South Charles street,
we will sell, by auction, without reserve, for cash to
cover advances, an invoice of upwards of $82500 worth
of mahogany and other Furniture. We will mention
as part-Wardrobes, column, plain and dressing Bu-
reaus; recess and other Sidtenoards; dining and break-
fast Tables; card do; pier Tables; Workstands; Secre-
tary and Book Cases; Hat Racks; spring seat Sofas;
Centre Tables; Pedestals; cane and other seat Chairs;
rocking do; high and low post Bedsteads; Looking
Glasses; Andirons; Fenders; mantel and other Lamps;
Candlesticks; ingrain Carpels; domestic do. &c &c.
Also-Patent Balances -We will sell, same day, at
I I o'clock, precisely, 2 patent Balances, weighing I200
lbs. each. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
mh 26 _______41Ct9
DRY GOODS, ENGLISH SATINS, &ac
O FRIDAY MORNING, 26th insl., at 10 o'-
clock, on the third floor of our warehouse, No. 28 S.
Charles st., we will sell without reserve, a general as-
sortment of piece and cut DRY GOODS, consisting
in part of20 pieces of best quality plain English Sat-
tins; 50 pieces Mouselin de Laines; Cambrics; Jaco-
nets; Calicoes; Fancy and other Silk Hdkts; Summer
Cloths; Cotton and Silk Hosiery; Linen Cambric
Hdkfs; Irish Linens; Ginghams; Edgings; Gambroons;
Gloves; Book Muslin; Pantaloon Stuffs; Gum Braces;
Pongee Hdkfs; Nankeens; Florences; Cloths; Cassi-
meies; Satinetts; Vestings; Linen Napkins; Furniture
Prints; Spool Cotton; Ribbons; Toilet Covers; Flan-
nels, &c. &c. Terms cash, in Bankable money.
mh24 3t WEVER, CANNON & CO.
AUCTION No'I'CE.
EVER, CANNON & CO. AUCTION-
EERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Sale Rooms No. 28 South Charles street.
Who attend to sales of Real and Personal Estates,
such as Houses, Lots, Lands and Tenements, Horses,
Carriages, Vessels, stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Gum, Pistols, Plated Ware, Watches and
Jewelry, Furniture, China, Glassand Crockery Ware.
W. C. & Co. will give their especial attention to the
arranging and disposal of Furniture at private houses.
All sales at auction will be made by J. B. CAN-
NON in person.
Liberal advances in bankable money can all times
be obtained on goods when consigned to us for Pub-
lic Sale. WEVER, CANNON & CO.
aui 26 eotf
HIGHLY VALUA sLE CITY P'ItfOPkITY
AT AUCTION.
THE subscriber will offer at public auction, at the
Exchange, at one o'clock, on THURSDAYthe
8th of April, the following very valuable REAL ES-
TATE in the city oh Baltimore.
.^ No. I The STORE and DWELLING No.
lfl ll2 Baltimore street. The lot on which the
lJilUsame are erected fronts twenty-five feet siX
inches on Baltimore street, running back eighty-feet,
and is now under rent for I1100 per annum-subject
to a small ground rent of $16 per annum.
^ No. 2. The STORE and DWELLING No,
ITitH 114 Baltimore street-front twenty-five leet,.
J,?jjdepth one hundred and one feet-now under
rent at 61300 per anntum. The buildings on this lot
are extensive, and erected in the very best manner-
ground rent $100.
A No. 3. The four story WAREHOUSE No.
Iftl 116 Baltimore street-front sixteen feet,depth
i!EJM~filfty-one feet, mbre or less now under rent of
$1000 per annum-in lee simple


Aw No. 4. The four story WAREHOUSE No.
I Calvert street, adjoining the banking bouse;
Mffront sixteen feet len inches, depth thirty-
nine feet; now udder rent of $750 per annum-in fee
simple.
J No. 5. The three story BUILDING and five
frTfstory back building, No. 2 Calvert street,
Jit(nextto the lot No. 4, described above) front-
ing on Calvert street twenty-three feet, and in depth
fifty-one teet seven inches, more or less; under rent
for $800 per annum-subject to a small ground rent
of $47 38 per annum.
A-.& No.6. The "ASSEMBLY ROOMS BUIL-
I1 1 DING." This property is too well known to
J11Mneed description; it is now under rent-fr.
about $3000 per annum, and is subject to a ground ~
rent of $261.
SaA No. 7. The three story DWELLING No.
;_-Hll- Courtland street, second door from Mul-
L .berry street-front twenty-one feet, depth six-
ty-three feet; now under rent for $255 per annum-
subjiect to a ground rent of $125 per annum,
The titles to the whole of these properties are clear
and indisputable, and sold Iree of all incumbrancas,
excepting the ground rents. $10.000 of the purchase
money for the Assembly Rooms Buil ding can remain
on mortgage for three yeais. Terms, which will be
liberal, with further particulars, will be made known
on the day of sale. J. I. COHEN, Jr.
mh 24 M24,26,30, A5,8if
NOTICE.
THE partnership heretofore existing under the
firm of J. & J. L. MEDTART having been dis-
solved by the death of the senior partner Joshua Med-
tart, all persons having claims against the said firm,
are requested to present them to the undersigned, thbe
surviving partners of said firm, and those persons in-
debted to the said firm are requested to make payment
to the same.
An error having occurred in our notice of Saturday,
we will correct it by saying-The business of the Sa-
ratoga Brewery will be conducted as heretofore, under
the old firm ofJ. & J. L. MEDTART.
JESSEL. MEDTART,
mhbs8 law4w JACOB C. MEDTAHT.
% O'1ICE.-The Co-Partnership heretofore exist-
S ing under the firm of WATCHMAN & BRATT,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.-All persons
indebtd to the late firm will plase make payment to
John Watchman; and all persons having claims against
them, will please call on him tor settlement, who is
alone authorised to close the concern,
JOHN WATCHMAN.
Balto. 24th Feb., 1841. JOHN BRATI',

THE subscriber respectfully informs hisT friends
and the public that be has taken 'he esiabnsn-
ment ot thIe late firm of Watchman & Brati, and is
prepared to receive and execute orders in his line to
any extent. He takes this opportunity to tender his
grateful acknowledgements to those who havelavor-
ed the late firm with their confidence, and to assure
them, that every effort will be used by him to deserve
a continuance of their patronage.
fe25 d6tlawlmo JOHN WATCHMAN.
BOARDING.-A gentleman and bis wile, and
two gentlemen can be accommodated wilb com-
fortable boarding in a respectable private family, near
the business part of the city-the neighbourhood is
unexceptionable. References given and required.-
Apply at this office, mh 16 eo4t










* E
CONSTABRL
Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa.
Esq. at the suit of Wil
Joseph Passano, against
John W. Watkins, Nicho
Hooper and to me directed
imken in execution a
WfEand LOT with other
It situate and fronting
street, and beginning for
sixty feet northerly from t
tersection of the norti si
the east side of Amity s
rontlherly bounding on the
Jourie-en feet so as to i
story brick house, erecte
scribed, thence easterly pa
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 la
premises for cash to
LOUIS C. MUL
Baltimore, March 6th
T0O BRICKMAKEKRS,
TRACTORS, &c.-PU
suances of an order of th
the subscriber will sell at
at Canton,on WEDNESDAY,
I1I o'clock, one BRICK
patented by Mr. Nathan
mould 15 to 20,000 brick
ENGINE, now worked onl
brick, said to be eight-ho
'Wells and Miller; with To
trying on the business, co
Spades, Sh
At the same time and pl
from the Canton Company,
from 1st May, 1839, to 10
Canton, with the right o
Lease to the ground onwhi
ING and improvements. T
the best manner, at a co
situated most convenient fl
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
mnh 24 __
ORCE'S COAHMA
M .N 1, with some 10
a lings-the Smith Shop,
&c. will be sold
,L5' NOON, April 8, 1841,
Canton near Kendall's Rac
1Mr. Force's Coach Establ
Steam establishment which
DAY 9th day ofApril at th
will afford for three succ
sales at Canton, worthy o
to that fashionable reso
mh 24 2aw3w
VALUABLE HIGH S
TY-Executors Sale-I
DAY 20th April at 4 o'cl
Highly Valuable LOT OF
west side of High street
and directly opposite t
Tavern. The Lot fronts H
less and runs back about
A.= provements are a la
fi'iit god repair and on t
"."lli .aivy Brick Build
Lot a B[tic. Lime house w
annum. The property is
third cash the balance at
est. SAMUEL WI
mh 24 PS eo
AYETTE ST. PROP
by order of the Orphan
County, on MONDAY, the 5
1M1. on the premises
north side of Fayette st. ne
on Fayette street and runni
A all the improvements,
11r BRICK HOUSE, with a
111 arranged for a genteel
ground rent of
Terms of sale 4 cash, bala
12 months, with interest a
part of the personal esta
ceased. MARTHA
,nh 24 pots S J.
VALUABLE IKON
TI
IN PURSUANCE of an
SCourt 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 of, in, to
S lot of Ground and the imp
on the South east side of
the city of Baltimore, west
on said Conway street sixth
Sand running back of the s
twenty leet to an alley
A-A. provements consist
1iTIM with a large well bui
IN finest pits bfor lar
good cupola furnace and be
steam engine now a little
subject to the payment of

This establishment has
name of the Washington F
a good run
At the same time and pla
terns, tools, weights, &c.,
To persons wisihipg to en
ness the above sale afford
be met
Terms of sale for the fou
court ale that the purchase
purchase money on the day
mouths, and the remaining
interest on the credit paym
bonds or notes with good
the executrix will be req
men
Terms of sale for patt
MARY ANN RO)BE
mh 19 eots S .3 I
TRUSTEE
B Y VIRTUE ota 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 Xost 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 mont
it payments to be secured
Persons wishing to see th
Samuel Cole near Beatty'
may be examined on apple
mh 13 GEO.
N OTICE.-The crediio
1 deceased, are hereby no
in the Chancery office, w
day of
mh 13 eots C GEO
TRUST SALE OF
PER
PURSUANT to a deed ot
subscribers by James S
in the County Court of She
public sale to the highest
bia Furnace about seven


Shenatniloah county, Virg
day of April next, the loll
ble NEGRO MEN,and sever
six horses each, wagons
Mules, consisting of six e
four wagons, eight
AM Also, Columbia Furna
LAND, more or less, o
MAl ill, Dwelling House,
Sa tract of 200 ACRES, m
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 th
further information apply
liams,jr., in Winchest
P. WILL AMS,jr
MARK BIRD,
fe20
I'IRUSTEE'S SALE.-In
cree of the High Court o
' her will sell at public auct
the Court House door,
day of April, 1841, at 1
That very handsome and
ard District, occupied by
Wills, consisting of about
ated about 2 miles south o
joining the farms of John
licott Esquires. Ther
ft i DWEV.,LLINGS on the p
iLThe land is nearly a
good wheat an
The terms of sale pzescr
follows: one half the pur
six, and the rest in twel
sale-both payments to bear
ed by bond approve
J. J.
mh 23 2awts
(lit-Tbe Howard Free Pres
publish the above to amount
this office.
b FOR SALE OR R
w fIila) BRICK DWELL
JtU ij -i.second house from
sent occupied by Mrs. Wa
given about the 3d May
CHAS. W.
fe 24 N C c
UGHJENKINS, next
rietta Wintkle-IIn Ba
ordered by the court this
the sale of the property m
of this cause, as having b
ny, Trustee, be ratified a
cause to the contrary be sh
instant; Provided a copy of
two daily newspapers, dai
per, before said 30th insta
tee states the amount of
der. True copy-Te
Mah 24 d(14t


PUBLIC I
PUBLIC SALE B
81GNEE.-976 ,ACRES
County, Maryland; situat
half way between Baltim
miles from Elkton, and 13
ft On TUESDAY, March3,
iTh lid sale, at 75 o'clock
fyPhiladelphia Exchan
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 e
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 1
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-By
J Baltimore County Cour
Equity, the subscriber, as
auction, on THURSDAY, t
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
Hence southerly boundin
feet thence westerly parall
two feet to an alley sixte
thence northerly, bounding
feet and thence easterly by
leet, to th
2. A PARCEL OF GROUND
lows: Beginning for the
Back street at the distan
from the corner formed b
south side of Cross street
street, and running thence
street twenty five feet, t
Cross street, eighty two fet
or thereabout wide,thence
alley in part and parallel
live feet, and thence weste
ty two feet to the begi
mentioned in a deed of mo
Ellen Dempster, recorded
Baltimore County Court,
folio 1
The terms of sale 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 TH
April next at 4 o'clock, P.
ted on the corner of Cros
Federal Hill, a Lbt of Gr
street about 90 feet, and
Street 65 feet more or
lTtBted two small BRIC
I1log house; the whole s
oft one per cent per annnu
sold in two lots if requi
scribed by the Court.-- ca
it of3, 6 and 9 months wit
curity, being part of the
Dempster,
DAVID STEW
mh 10 law3wdts P w
J. I. GRO
ALUABLE REAL,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
under the last will and tes
deceased, will sell at t
the 1st day of April next,
ing Property and Stoc
SWater street, recently
ft Jones, fronting on said
back 94 feet, more or less-
rent of $66,66, pay
ALSO-The WAREH
street, fronting 23 feet
d fdee .
lyJ ALSO-The WAREHO
11lW vert and Lombard str
lijU.Calvert street, an
Lombard street, now in
Stanley & C
AI ALSO-The LOT
l it1f street, whereon J
1J11111Shop now stands-front
anul running back 142 feet;
The above property wili
terns, viz; One fourth, nin
2 and 3 years, with inte
STOCKS.-ALSO, the fo
cash,
56 shares Frederic
5 do Baltim
4 do Baltimore
1 share Union B
E. T. E
JOS. DA
J. Q. HE
Executors of R. Hi.
R'D. MI. H
mh 6 2awl25th,dts
VALUABLE HEA
PUBLIC
THIE UNDERSIGNED T
George, and the late Wi
a standing order of Baltim
to Insenolvents,) offer for s
City of Baltimore, on SA
April next, at 12 o'clock, M
rest and estate ofsaid W
Baker, inb ; .1u ..rne m'ni'.ho
the following lots, pieces
For the First-All that LO
in thie City of Baltimore, w
metes, and bounUs,eourses
wit: Beginning ton the sa
the intersection of the west
the south side of Lexingt
ant binding on Charles stre
en feet, six inches-thence
Fayette street ninety-five
Avenuei-thence running,
nue, north eastwardly to L
binding on said last m
place of beginning, T
i large and commode
For the Seconmu.--AI
and premises, situate in th
on the DWELLING
the late Richardson Stu
I1..L deceasede stood, fro
the South side of Lexingt
Lane, one hundred and thirty
Church street, and ex
street, twenty-five feet
LAOF GROUND, on whi
story BRICK HOUSE,
i'lL B.on that lot, and on
ed by Peter Hoffman, to
For the Third.-AII 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 the same on
at the South east corner of
thence West fronting on Ba
thence North one hundred f
chibald Buchanan, thence
chibald Buchanan's lot tw


JILstraight line to the
ItY on this lot a large
Anid 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 halt'f perches Westfr
intersection of the said Sou
the West side of Howard s
Easterly binding on Pratt s
inches, thence Southerly
eighty feet, thence Wester
twenty four feet three in
by a straight line eighty fe
Am& There is elected upon
iEBRICK I)WELLING.
I= property is in fee simple
sold, is subject to two mor
which will be given
Terms of|sale-one halt f
be paid in six months, a
months from day of sale, o
purchaser. For the credit
ity to be approved by the
I. NEVETT STEE
S. H TAGART,
gmh 8 eo P J
S'T')CKS, aie purchased
V rates on time and good
furnished for
MONEY WANTED, and for
will be allowed and unque
M 12 DWELLING HOUSE
pait of the City lor sa
ce$
Several highly important
in Western Lands for
A TRACT OF LAND of nea
in Allegatiy County, Maryl
bargain for Cash or Real E
A h 10 Handsome DWE
IM the centre, northern a
J! City for sale at
GtOUND RENTS bought
STOCKS in most of the C
Instit
VESSELS sold or p
MORTGAGES, DRAFT
BILLS OF EXCHA
Several highly valuable
for
Tenants procured for Dw
and collections of rent a
to
General Commission A
rnh 17 d3t2aw4w
FOR RENT
J" Theelegantlly fitted
fTW Baltimore street, wes
lUMUdescription of fancy
oft ilums establishment are n
other in this city. For a
ly the stand would be very
ent a first rate run of bo
To an approved tenant the
sell out the fixtures enti
may be wanted. For term
or to WASH
No. 113 Balt
mb 22 tf Ne


PUBLIC
MIDDLETOWN VA
SA
ON 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 remove
yards it can be thiown. 70
mothy, 15 in orchard grass
der. A considerable part
and chesnut fence. These 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
A8 ITWO STORY CO
f1M DWELLING, faithfully
Jklil.order, an OVERSEE
first rate BARN, STA
CORN-HOUSE, ICE-HOUS
BLACKSMITH'S SHOP wit
great variety of other ne
rate GARDEN, abounding
berries, &c. &c. A lar
with the most choice Pippi
ples; a splendid young
most approved kinds, the
plums, apricots andi 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
thle premises as one of t
Frederick or Wa
It can be conveniently and
into two farms-There
FARM H NDS that the pur
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
hams and Devons, and a gr
Alderney short horn Dur
Teeswater, &c. &c.; 2 ful
1HAM BULLS, I rising 3 ye
THREF DEVON BULLS, 2 a
25 yearlings, part full bred
ous crosses. A valuable
various crosses, Sou
Covington is 13 miles sou
6 miles east oft Harper's Fe
Baltimore and Ohio Rail
and Ohio
AL
OAKLAND MILLS AND
tin Creek, located of a
Canal 31 miles west of t
are on this Farm 160 acres
cleared. This farm is hill
quial to any land in the va
perhaps
'W There is on this pro
ifSTORY LOG HOUSE.
lI" STABLES, &c. &c. The
in a fine 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 bushe
the balance of the cleared
consider the property of
manufacturing purposes, an
power property on the Cato
the co
Any information in relate
will be given by James H
the Franklin Bank of Balti
the pr
Terms of sale for the real
balance 1 and 2 years cred
day of sale, with approve
Farming Utensils, Househol
under $50, cash, above th
with approved endorsed n
W. RSTUA
Covingt
Near Peterville,
The National Intelligencer
Herald, York Republican,
Chambersburg Messenger,
insert the above advertise
their bills to the A
mh 17 eots
TRUSTEE
N PURSUANCE of the a
subscribers, by a deed of
creditors, they will offer
change, at one o'clockP
15th day bt April next, th
perty,
A LOT OF GROUND lying
City of Baltimore, begirmnni
street 120 feet easterly fr
ning thence easterly on Le
alley, thence southerly bin
feet. thence westerly 14 leet
the beginning-subject to
payable 1st Marc
A TThe Improvements up
I a two story Brick DWE
=!Igood order and suitable
AiO.--A LOT OF GROUND
of Baltimore, and beginning
Lombard and Eutaw streets
twenty feet, thence northern
thence on Cider alley 20
thence on Eutaw street 17 f
Lot is
A_& The improvements co
IfBRICK DWELLING. -
=BinLombard street, and a.
der aliey, used as
ALSO-A LOT OF GROUND
east side of Exeter forme
inches southwardly from th
and Exetem streets- runni
15 feet thence easterly 41
erly 15 leet and thence to
a early ren
Am The improvements o
tif lwo story Brick
tmBback l.
ALSO-24 shares Bait.
9 do Union Manul
do Powhatan
The Terms of Sate will b
balance in equal payment
approved security and-in
JOHN GLENN,
oh 22 eo GEORGE W
hms VORt REN'I' OR I'
'Tfnrases in St. Paul's La
JlluflLane, about 120 fee
koowm as the Gazette office
on a permanent lease-in t
convenient offices and la
lighted and airy and well s
requires these advantages
witlh a slate roof. For ter
of C. Z. Lucas, or
mh "23
j FOI SALE-I fiatde
DWELLINGon the eas
il Street above Sarato
above Saratogo st.) The
desirable in the city, and i
dwelling fitted up in beau
stable with six stalls, tog
age house and other conve
one fourth cash, one fourt
and 4 year
mh 2 JO
J FOR SALE-A sma
about 54 Acres. good L
hood of Govans Town, i
tivation, a healthy situat
fine water. The improve
Stables, Coach House, Ba


lull) Daily, &c., and all
a good Kitchen Garden,
with an abundance
Immediate possession can
t:,- .i ..1; A lfp1_ .,,t_
SFOR REiNT-frr.e iu
HEthat spacious threes
I.UUled in Saratoga street
suitable tenant. The house
with every desirable convey
a finished basement, hydra
staSling and carriage house
ticulars enquire of Messrs
Chase, Esq. nea
nmh 25 4t* SA
WANT.ED.-Two H
families, one the ren
$ 200
For sale the time of a
old, to serve until he is
waiting. Situation wanted
country, comes highly r
content with a small salar
gene and Agency office,
Barnum's City Hotel.
mh 25
FOR RENT-A comfort
ling with garden atta
ft City on the York Roa
sinall family and understa
would be inrade low with
employment giv
Wanted also a Boy from 12
light work about farm aud h
mh 25 6)
A FOR REN'I'T-A desire
DW ELtLING, with back
a breakfast room, kitchen
the yard; situated in Frank
Mr. Jeremiah Hoffman's-t
The house is in excellent
immediately,. Apply to
Baltimore Institute, in Sar
and and Calvert street,
A FOR1 KEN''.-A 2st
on the E.side of St.Pau
cupied by B. C, Wright,
ently arranged. 'the parlou
order, and every wayd
l.mjl. It has a patent hy
ver treeaes. Possession
ith 23 dlot
FOI RENT-. I 0 I
Sof the city, a large .:1
M LING HOUSE, Carriage
Gardei, Orchard, &c. T
healthy. Instant possessi
GEORGE ".
mh 23 d2w
AWO FOt REN'T.-A2
with Basement andl bael
i yard with a pump of
house stands on the South
one West of Cove street.
ately. Apply to
S. SCRIB
mhI 18 d


THIS IS TO GIVE NOT
scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters o
tateofMARGARETTA HICK
deceased. All persons hav
deceased, are hereby war
with the vouchers thereof,
fore the 16th day of Ju
wise, by law, be excluded f
tate. All persons indebted
quested to make imymn
Given under my hand this
mh s18 law4t*
T IIS 1S TO GIVE NOTICE
scribers have obtained
of Balto. County, letters
non with the will annexed
John McCabe, late of
All persons having claims
ed, are hereby warned to
vouchers thereof to the su
18th day of September ne
excluded from all benefit
indebted to said estate a
diate p
Given under our hands thi
teen hundred
GEO. W. E. MIcCABE
HENRYII. McCABE
mh18 P_____
TrBHIS IS TO GIVE N
3. scribers have obtain
oh Baltimore County, lette
personal estate of JANE Mc
ty deceased. All persons
said daccased, are hereby
wilh the vouchers thereof,
before the 18th day ofSept
may be excluded fram all b
poisons indebted to said e
immediate
Given under our hands this
GEO. W. E. M
HENRY H. McC
mh 18 lw4w p
rf i l1SlIS TO GIVE NO
scriber habh obtainedfh
of Baltimore Coun.V. let
bonis non, with the Will a
tate of EDWARD ClOURSAU
ty deceased. All Persons
said deceased, are hereby
with the vouchers thereof
14 Howard street, Baltimo
d.. oi l, 4t r x, h ao, n t T M i't
1,-,l r.l I ', :ii ll Pt-rili o
indebted to said estate ar
ate pa
Given under my hand this
thousand eight hun
HENRY CHAUT
mh 16 Iaw4t
1l1 IS IS TO GIVE
f. subscriber has obtained
of Baltimore i ,, 1-ni. i- ra
estate ot MAI; s.ou, hIN
ceased. All persons hasvinzg
arehereby warned to eiiiitlii
ers thereof, to the subscr
(lay of September 1841; t
beexcluded from all benefit
sons indebted to said estate
mediate
Given under my hand, thi
ELIZABETH J.
mh 17 law4w*
S, HIS IS TO GIVE NOTI
NL scriber has obtained f
Baltimore County, letters
personal estate of JOHN M
ty,deceased. All persons
said deceased, are hereby
with the vouchers thereof;
fore tlhe 20th (lay ofAugus
by law, be excluded from all
persons indebted to the sa
make p
Given under my hani this
THOMAS DAVID
mh 17 laww
rupHIS IS TO GIVE N
scriber has obtained
of t'Baltimnore County, lette
estate of JOSHUA MEDTA
ceasede. All i -i;'),'i, ti.'
deceased are :,. h i-lt,' .i1.Ln
the vouchers thereof to thebs
17th day of Sept. next, th
excluded from all benefit
indebted to said estate ar
ate pa
Given uider my hand this
ANA MARY MED
mh 17 law4w P
HIS IS TO GIVE NO
scriber has obtained fr
Baltimore County, letters
al estate of ANN E. PARRO
deceased. All persons having
'estate, are hereby warned to
vouchers thereof, to the sub
day of September next; th
excluded from all benefit
indebted to the said estate
mediate
Given under my hand thi
SUSAN M. FLEET
mh 11 law4t*
f tHIS IS TO GIVE NOT
.L scriber hais obtained f
Baltimore County, letters
non, with the will annexed
GEORGE WIGARTr, Jr.late
ed. All persons having cla
are hereby warned to ex
vouchers thereof, to the s
9th day of September next
beexcluded Irom all benefit
indebted to the said estate
mediate
Given under my hand this
ANDREW WIGART, An
mh I I law4t*
qB i 1 1.-4 1,) IIt 1-. 1 T 'lvT r..- T
.1 scribers have obtain
of Baltimore county, lette
estate ot GEORGE McDOWE
deceased. All persons havi
deceased are hereby warne
the vouchers thereof, to th
the 3d day of September
by law be'excluided from all
All persons indebted to s
to make imme
Given under our hands th
ELIZABETH McD
GEORGE S.GI
mh 2 l
r~U'HlS iIS TO GIVE
.3l scriher hath obtained
of Baltimore County, let
personal estate of JOH
county, deceased. All
against thus said deceased
hibit the same, with the vo
scriber, on or before the
they may otherwise, by law,
efit of said estate. All p
estate are requested to
Given under my hand th
thousand eight hun
JOHN R. FO
nmh:5
HIS IS TO GIVE N
subscribers have obta
Court of Baltimore County,
on the personal estate
of said County, deceased.
.,-"ii,.l the said decrease
-,,l.,i lh,- same, with the v
fibers, on or before the 1
wise they may, by law, be
of said estate. All pers
are requested to mak
Given under our ind- 1I.
"1. H.RD
JOHN R. YATE
N. B.-Persons having cla
thie deceased will pleas
Harden, 62 I.exington st
those indebted will please
mh 20


rlHl'S IS TO GIVE
1 scriber has obtained f
Baltimore County, letters oa
sonal estate of GEORG
said county, deceased. Al
ii... t th ie said deceased ar
it,.- -i., with the voucher
on or beforethe 20th day
otherwise by law be exclude
estate. All persons indleb
requested to make
aGiven under my hand thi
nmhb 20 JOHN H. B
NOTICE TO CREDIT
of the Rev'd. NICH
the cii, ot Baltimore, de
to produce their claims ag
thenticated, to tihe subscri
will annexed of the said N
Scott, his Attorney, on or b
ber next, otherwise they m
all benefit from his estate
are requested to make imm
scriber or to his said att
ninth day of March, eight
LOUIS R.
Administrator with to
mh 9 law4t P
(WOT'IC IS IILIIEBI I
I subscriber has obtain
Court of Fiederick county,
on the personal estate
of Frederick County, dec
claims against the said d
to exhibit the same with t
subscriber,within six months
may otherwise, by law, be exc
of the said estate. Those
are desired to make
WILLIAM BI
mh 1 law4t
-II E'-it---R ,l,,' n,
lU-.II IuN 1 ,,i. hu, .1,b
to file their claims prope
Earnest, jr. Auditor of Ins
the sub-criber, on or be
next, preparatory to a divi
WM. GEORGE BAKER,
mh 18 lan4Nt*
NTI O lCE.-The Creditors
iiinsolvent deotor, are he
their claims against him d
subscriber, or to George
or before the tenth
EDWARD HINKL
mh 10 la R
j or'ICE is I1-ii.lwi
L' Certificates >I:i K ., *,.
Company of BalIimnore, hav
that application thia been t
No. 3543 to 355
No. 14,976 to 15,
mh 20
TI N IcLATE
30 BOXES TIN PL
i .i m r.. o.. ship
10 tons lIl ii ,.r
10 Rodt and
2000 lbs S
Also, a large assortmen
for stove finishers; st
Moulds; Candlestick SPRI
terns; Stove Rivets, &e.
ported by the subscriber di
the best terms, by
fe 5 eod2w corner Calv


Office of Transporta
22d March
P PROPOSALS will be re
S signed until MONDAY,
clusive, for furnishing th
sary SPERMACETI OIL, fot
inery,for six months, c
ending with September ne
aggregate to about 8
The Proposal will state the
quality Winter and Fall Str
erable from time to time
Clare Depot in this city; wit
iffound on trial to be of io
shall be returned at the ex
no allowance maIe for wh
e
Security will be required
arce of thie Contract, aa
the Stock Orders of ithe C
month, tor thie quantity di
mh 23 W.S
SA PAIK OF SPL
HORSES, bred and
8 years old this spi
brown, 16 hands hig
mile in double har
minutes. The owner purc
own use last spring, used
turned therm out iln thie t.
for them. He will sell Ith
this summer, price $50
Also a tull blooded SOR RE
best saddle nag in Malrylan
tora lady orGentlleman.
has an easy andl beantilul
up all day. Apply t
Post Offic
Also a full blooded D
gree. She has now by her
lull blooded short lior
mihu 213
NORTH STREET
h -T'he subscril er re
to return to the publ
Sfor the liberal patr
2 -the past year, andh
plication, to merit a co
suggest to those in want
son, who have not sufficie
.,i.i. th, ilat oe will un e
, |I, .r. ,ll suit, and hi
en, for a moderate commi
that have been suited by h
him thus to tender his
S 'OCK is superior, being
and pleasant Saddle Horses
The Harness Horses are sa
cles comfortable andl fashi
considerable expense in ge
ing, he solicits tor the s
ronace. Tire public
mh 2 law4t; N
CRITIC, sire ofBi
it.a.A -'*, ensuing season
i. .bles, two milesro
'-'-,mmmencing ortin t
'almafr nh.. on the st o
asos; $60 to insure, and$
s'tb thle Mare for
wi,, 27 2aw4w
D iR
This splendid St
f C Tonson, out ofCol
6 by SirArchey. Will
Season at the
EA COURSE, Canton a
on the same teims as last y
to insure a minare to be in to
all cases. Mares kept in go
The season will commence o
minute oin t
JAS. B.KNAL
nmh 15 2awtJ C
LIGHT FAMILY
.y FOR SALE-Av
d--. ,nl convenient
,s squarer e shaped ini
inside and 2 oui the driver
nmay be used as a close or
was built by Mr. Curlett of
finished, with squabs for
oil cloth cover to body et
used about 20 months. It h
plete repair, anid will be
harness. eod
le- itlltSI -1 01'.,S-1
-,...liouns D)wellingHO
l. .r Noith Charles stre
by!the subscriber. The ho
ington street, and contain
chamrbers,andfour garret r
anid kitchen in the basemen
every convenience lor a g
last room may readily be c
desired. Tie central situat
dters it a very desirable l
man, or man ot business.
apply to
I,,!. *1 "l- i i _
O It -- I 1, N
j west corner of Charl
Isl formerly occupied
with Ihe Carriage-house andl
rear. Possession given
L. WOOD, Green street, o
Maryland. 4t
S FOR RENT-A LA
J3. Walker's School Ro
l5Bnear Trinity Church.t
would be suitable as a ime
emios, literary or benevolent
(lies' school room. Apply
his residence in Fawn st
11IIN '- Cif CH ( ll.L
IS PERIIAPS e
f_ ly used an
Sthan ay other Shoe
,. q United Slates.It
'-o l worifriov wo t
t -h I the iest t il mo
Sn experiencedi lath
^ ^~ ~ii,. .- ... .....
Ott the United ii-'i. i
every box of Blacking bear
uininpaired in any climate
tile usual labor a polish equ
mir
MASON'S IMPERISH
TING INK, has established
fame. It has no more injui
pens than water, whilot i
comes, oni exposuie to th
prouriniemit Jet Black. It is
,Xtriisivelv known, by the
public insttutions tuth North
ranlh d to be a s
Both of atthese preparations
mediate direction of Jame
be depended upon as
JAMES S
NOTICE -JAS. S. M'ASO
imasell iiiutsiness as
aind the imiuiness in future
firm of JAMES
JAMES S
JAMES R
Agents for Ihe Manuf
PRATT & KEITH, S
mh 16 2ait

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A CA
JOSHUA M. MILLE Rf r
friends and the public, t
cline his present business
health, he otters for sal
FORTES at a bargai.i. i- r.,-
ly ,,, Ii. ii,,. as p...- t.l
of. itm.-ir., I,.' ,.l and S
celebratedm anufactories o
Scuambach &a Meihaunt,


Vienna, ant Henry Gaehle
ot the foregoing Instrume
the latest importation. A
P,.1- ..- -i .I. ;ii,; a Piano
tO c l i. N., Light
few more Pianos, which a
added to the ab
JOSHUA M. MILLERavail
portunity of expressing h
friends and the public fo
i N I. itMORRoI- U t
t ling in Equity, Nove
vs. the United States Insu
)hat the Receivers of th
Company give notice by a
papers printed in Baltimor
Company, to produce their
duly authenticated, on or b
next, in order to receive th
respective claims.
True Copy, Test-T
OFFICE OF THE RECEI
STATES INSURANCE COAM
In compliance with thle
more County Court, the und
United States Insumance Coa
to the creditors of said Co
with Joshua J. Atkinson, A
or before the 1st day o Jun
dividend of the ass
JAMES H
WALTER FA
Receivers of the U.
ja 7
W ESTEIhN MECiIA
INSTITUTION.-We th
ted by the Stockholders
Savings Institution, to inve
quired by the Charter) giv
sults of our exa
It is our opinion, alter a ca
the Institution isin a per
more than two dollars in a
further we believe said a;sse
the certificates of the Inst
fully entitled to the confide
ROBERT
MICHL. R.
WM. H. R
L],LOYD
WMXI. H. WAL
AM. PERINE.
Baltinmore ... riJuh2
The Bel-Aim I,1 I......i ,'
nian, and Freuln n. r I -, ii,
amount of mone doil lar eac
IV RA CULOUS ORIENT
S VENTED MANNER
struction in the Newly Inve
Manner of WASHING, a p
complaints ofthe head, ear
day for strengthening the r
ry, the faculty of hearing
and lor the renovation and t,
and the removal of wrinkles
ness of the lace, produ;gin
beautiful and fresh. Lad
to get direction and instr
miraculous manner of Wash
on C. WILL & DICKEY,
for CH.G. SEIPPEL, where
bear the particulars.


MTKAMBO S
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jBB3'i3^ iz~3 ^S



N OTICE.-UiiUntil the 1st
for Norfolk will leave
wharfas follows, on M
the 23d, THURSDAY the
SU. DAY 28th, MONI)AY
DAY the 31st, at 4 o'cloc
will run daily,
mh 22
DAILY SOUTI
VIA THE CHESAPEAK
MOUTH AND ROAN




CA cOMPANY announce to
boats of their lin-w .*..
Captain Sutton; Capli Ii
JEWESS, Captain Holm
thorough overhaul during t
complete order, therefore t
via NORFOLK and POR
sumed on Monday the 15
accordance with tite follow
by the Post Office De
Leave Baltimore daily
Arrive at Poitsniou
Leave l'..,i-n i..,,i
A rrive ,I ',.i, aP
Wait there until 1 o'clo
burg
Leave Weldon at
Arrive at Wilmington
Leave Wiliniiigton immedi
lesion next morn
It will be seen by thie abo
to render tile connexion cer
for the Cars of the Port
Road to arrive at Weldon
whereas they iniiormnly ar
tlore a detenliion should t
tween lIaltiinoie and We
ilthan NINE HOURS, the tr
hilitv lav over at sany poin
I. I I_'l NII ., one of le
Norfolk every night at 10
Portsmouth where she wil
Cars from Weldon, aind de
as tihe passengers and bag
here in about 14 hours af
month. The passengers ha
forts of a good nights res
fare as could be provided
the Co
Travelers bound to Ri
leaving Baltimore on Mon
sleep on board the bay bo
James River boat next mo
place of destination the s
P.M. M
General Agent Baltimor
Passage (and fare onboa
Pas-age andl fair to Richmo
Paesaie and tare to Noil
inh 10 PR
VOK PA'ITUXiN'IF
hAV
The Ste~i~am AU
ENTwill comm
Oil ^uiar ronute tfor
THUJRSSI)A t,a
18t11, at 6 A. Al. on that (l
ery -i.-... r:,: ThursdaSy
State wharf, in the city o
oilther places oil fhe Patxent
thence on the Sunday follow
Sunday until further notice
Ml., and she will stop at F
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
and fare to or from
Freight as
to IM L.W ES
FOI IFRIE DV.R
iThe steamb
II NNO
W I.. will l
ifor Fredericksburg
and the usual landings o
oil SATURDAY EVENING
at 5 o
PASSAGE FOR PON
MAC COU
The steambo
HANNOCK, Ca
bank;will leave
wharf on SA
I \ t '.lI, i, \ I o cI, 2.
Pongoteague, Accomnsc Co
ginia.
FOR ALIXANiDRIA,
GEORGE
The Steamb
P.IA, Capt.w
I'ave Commercs
:'1 4 o'clock,
DAY AFTERNOON, the 27
received after three
CHAS. WOR
inh 25
ULtEIG t i' FORIL VT,
MON
fire s[teaba OU
!417,C.tai"Parishwil
211 11. _1. _1.1 A".,1 N IN
i- i 'S ,

N \ I i. .' i., itc.,
apply to JA1CO
mh 21 PR d4t Noi
PASSAGE TO MAT
TE'RK & MIDDLESEX C
f^ .-... I' ^
i. The scmooCL11
I'!TS, Captain ars wl
IS- Lightyet wharfon
%TJDVEVENI(
\ I .oc, c..' ii, \ . i...
''"lii .. '*l ,iI ,.,. i re
get a conveyance to any
Passage and large, $5.
JACOB I,%Nl
mihl 21 ift N
FOR FAIRI HAVEN
The~SP Sta otPTX
E.T _leeflM. ly
i ;,t l-if h"arfland i
Baltimore fo
EVERY TUES'I)AY MORNI
o'clock, and return from In
freight intended lor Fair
.hail on Monday, and tihe
be on the whlart at Fair Hav
meridian, to ensure its bei
ilay. .923 t.

AAID POR'T
,: ,-'.f ...
.. ,A.. .e
,.'.' *^"'S. ':= ^ hat-
/. -.'1;. I h'. IIl.,
,*. .. ,* :i. i .il ,, ,l
places. Fiuight will also
during t
S. M. SHOEMA
mh '23
IOI>AA .ii.i'uI.fir (
EAS

f"rrL-1he a t blevab
--a'K"B DAY N
t ....." ". ,,, .
and FRI DAY, leaving Balt
and r' turn Iroin the
D)AYS and SATURDAYS, l
o'clock in
Passage to Easton and Ca
Passage to Annaplo
Passage from Annapolis
Fare in
N. B. Bei.goaqe a
imh6 1;P .1
FOR CHES'VEJRTO
ROCK


< -- l SS mence run
route, leaving I alit st
Q.,,,.) ..n I H11 i-
1,,1n ,.1, at 9 o'clock, ar
THURSDAY MORNING.


first rate order, and every
be given t'
.:'XAi'l. SHO
inh 8N,. 3 Light s
TO W.ESTERA D ANDS
TRAVEL

I "- *.^ ...-i ', .'.
rTfR E GOOD INTENT
t. leave Baltimore every even
afterthe an ivl of thile I'.
For It i, 1 1. I I , ,
and Cincinnati, I ,,i, ,
and National Ro:. r ii
Through io W....!ni,.
Pil.o)T FAS'I i INI. I ..
o'clock, for the above citie
as the Good Intent Line.
The above Lines connect .k\i 1
Ohio L;,.. ..'i .. .-also,
ville, i i T.. .. I, I ouivill
lea
For Seats in Baltimore,
sition Stage oifice, No. 1.1
site the Baltimore ando
H II I ;ll\II
"'III '- (
ALPHEUS BEA1L,
WILLIAM H.S
de 21
THE MEIICIIANAIS
PHiIL.AD. IF1LMING
RAIL ROA

.l l.. .

V DEPOT,corner of Presid
DAILY, Sundays excepted, t
Merchandize andi common
Goods will also be receive
spective stations on the ro
accommodation
UM- It is also respectfully
transportation charges on
-l ''i-1t I i .. .'-kry
iT i~~h.I -u *u(lloe aloe, si caie
i% -,I.. i w, i ie. 11 .I I noi i s
A. CRAWFOR
Phihad. W.&B.
Baltimore, Dec. 11th. 1
DEPOT OF 'TH' C
UINElJOS. ANTON.
WATER.-The subscriber bei
the celebrated genuine Jo
WATER, will har ....hl. p
ply of the finest i "i.Io. ,
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 cali a
quality and price it cauno
fully begs their att
Importer of French,
inmh 10 dim Fancy Goo


R AILL IO
BAL i IIMrlhi.- N. LA.

jM^ft
SlIL: 'AI. ItS t, Itil. '
S 1`.:. \tiRK an.d d
ILli 1BIA .--slrui-ilom .
(i Na..,it aa'.)].i...
I HI M \t l K "T IV m I
LUMBIA, at 1 o'clockI, P.
lumbia lor York at ,l o',
Baltimore at 3 o
By hl., as iarn-cr nfi a
Cars, .i.Be,, .io.l I :,iai.
phia, Lancaster, Harrisb
with Boats t
Goods intended for trana
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, o
A. M. and 4 P. MA. A tick
quantity, to whom, and
pany the articles, and it
must also lie sent fot
"i-ll is also respectfull
ry instance itwill be expected
and charges will be puomapt
Goods, and thal nto drawba
mages, if not claimed wit
livery, of
:f N,,d.on ; rti hoe forw
of ii.- iii,, ti,.u Y.ini r Y
freight is pr
ja 5 D.C.H.B


1111111%i 01 l)
O P THEP.-.-t. ,Ti Trai
Ohio, and ,r .,.Iii.d
IST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicolt's Mil
do do "
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mi
do 12
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry
"WASIIINGTO
FROM BA
H.
For Washington, a
ido "
FOR BAL
H.1
From Washington, a
do "
Passengers by the morni
can connect willth the I i
hlouse;-and t lose destiii.t
thie train Iroinm Harper's
the Relay House ini ample
veiling train for Wash
ja 5 B. CHASE
EVERY MORIING1
PHILADELPHIA, WIL
MORE RA


F HllE PASmENGERS
T U. STATES AMAIL, leave
ii.,.inii. i .i ine o'clock-th
t iliriiai-i.n, and reach P
clock, P. M. in time for
Yo
Tire regulations heretofo
ny bfor the comfortable ac
ease and facility of travel
will be c
U-uColored Passengers mus
office before
**Packaiaees intended for
be left previous
de 23 PRS d A
FHAUNIEN & C O'
NEW YORK & BO



ARA DEN & CO. respe
friends and ihe public
rangements with the Phila
to run their cars through
and Phila
These cars will run in
Vork and Bo
Packages of Goods, Sampl
at our office, No. 42 Southi
before thie car leaves, wil
same, and in Bosto
H. & Co. will transact ii
and all kinds of b
N. B. Harnden & Co. are a
loss or injury of any artic
their charge, nor is any r
be attached to, the Caind
Steamboat Company, on wh
their crates are and may be
them or their con
N. B.-The .i...v. a.rr.i w
Thursday, Ap
J. XV. LAWRE
No. 42 South Third
WM. WYMA
No. 2 Wall st
HARNI)DE
mh 19 if t No
AiIN"' *
HAIWRMD
']HITE SUMIAIt o. nltiaS
(now i i. l, .. .I. :
one of Ihe 1.i alii, .--i .,i..
the State.) will comment
and continue 5 months. Th
nared lo take 4 boys-not
his own family, anrd, conse
attention to any communica
the subject, or il a person
he-on tihe 5th or 6th of A
may leave their adtliess oat
NATHANIEL
Princ
Terms $60 p
REFER
Rev Dr. Johns
" HenshLaw, Jo
R. Emory,
late Prof. at Catlisle,
W. Prettyman, S
N. C. Brooks, A. M.
Prin. P High School,,
Col. C. Sewell,*
Pies. Boar
--Have trad or have so
,h 24
PlittVA'i'E EI'
EIIE UN i.I.-I{K,(.LII
.3 ces to the Publicthat
city of Baltimore, on
March next, an Enalish and
boys, in wnich thorough in
all branches of science us
rl a high ordeu; and he p
school apparatus ol the be
teachers as the
Graduated at Dartmouth C
for the last ten years, a te
brated Select School of
more recently principal io
of that city, the undersig
his liberal education and
of youth, itill induce par
mmote their own interests
their pa
The School will be opened
field's Church. Entrance
The following are the te
in Latin, Greek, and Englis
To those who study the M
able extra char
AARON B
For the convenience ofth
tfle undersigned has liberty
gentl
REFEn
Rt. Rev. W. R Wf
Rev. Dr
Rev. Dr
Kev. Dr.


Rev. Mr.
Charles G
Hugh Davy Eva
fe 13
Mt. ARCHERlt, (Gradua
dewy, at West Point
BOARDING & DAY SC
DI
Lexington street, 5 d
BALTI
THIS INSTITUTION is
embracing a thorough a
instruction in all the bran
Educa
There is a Preparatory D
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prospetu
studies., prices &c. &c. ma
the lPrincipals at the sec
made to Major Gen. Winfi
l)ennis H. Mahan, Prof.
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chemsi.
my; Roswell Park, Prof. o
versity o'f Penn,; Rev. D
Rev. John C. Backus, Rev
1B Al .,,,.'. r, I'. N. H
' li,,...,. '." i ti li. F. G
'-.-q IW r li' 1i.,l i .; E .
Ial.l. ,,...- h..1 L 1% I ,
Rev. John Davis, Washing
Finney. Harlbrd coMd.
AIWERtICAN C
N OTICE.-The subscribe
the public that If,r%\ hplss
inga nii,,rii,l -, i ,.I I- A
at the rhir-i '.i ...i .'nd
Point, II., itinit f. r, ir,..r-
ders to any extent, on these
be accompanied with dirtdtio
iand engineer in the success
ticle. As to the utility
suffices to say that it is
been used to a.h,,itf.o. i
Aqueducts, ] ,-i-, C. i ,
Buildings, to secure dry ce
all instances where properly
to have answered the p
knnwleE ofthe article, to
.%ill %,,-, iit, it to ansi er
or no charge, it applied a
B.CU
jiy 24 lv J
-AN'lED-A FEMA
S middle age, competent t
family in the country in th
English Education, andm i
need apply without satislad
J^M,%I.,E HROL
J -ll.51:.
Chester.Town, Md.,
mh I20
ATAN'TEI) --.5 or Io1A
W V iI LI.ANt) Ill ( I
for five years: f:-,r which a
incumbered C.ty Pr' p-rf)i
purchased at pr, mr, i-r a p
terly, as may be desired.
Post Office.
T EAS.-l' .:imnn Hyson,
TEAS, panrIt f1 Lue qiil
sale by
Mh 21 d 4