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

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University of Florida
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AMERICAN


& COMMERCIAL DAILY ADVERTISER.


VOL. LXXXJII. B.ILTIJIORE:::.FRliPIr .TIORXXYG, .PKRIL 2, 1841. -_-.1. 9


PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING BY
DOBBIN, MURPHY 4 BOSE,
NO. 2 SOUTH GAY STREET BALTIMORE.
Dally paper, 8 dollaers-Country paper 5 dollars per
annum, payable in advance-the advance must be
regularly paid, or guaranteed by a person residing
n' ae city-all new advertisements appear in boflt I
owners.
P INE APPLE CHEESE -200 boxes, tor ale
apl P I WILD S&JENKS.
PRIUN BS-20 cases, io 4 gal., qt. & gal. jars; for
sale by ap J. C R',B ", 40 S. Charles st.
.BOSTON REFINED SUGAR-30 boxes
Loaf, 15 bbls Crushed,5 bbls. Pout.. .I ',asr.
Forsaleby ap I CLARK & KLI L'.li.t
C ANDLES-100 boxes Mould CBNDLIES, Ifor
sale by WELD & JENKS,
ap 1 3t? P 8 Bowly's wharf.
LOVERSEED-Just received and tor sale by
J. & A. H. HERR,
ap 1 4t P 91 Bowly's wharf.
OPS-5 bales first sort HOPS, (,I l.-. inspec-
tion,) for sale by WELD & JENKS,
ap I 3tif P 8 Bowly's wharf.
M ONEY-15 tierces new Honey, lor sale by
U1JOHN P. ADAMS,
ap 1 7 Bowly's wharf.
UNIPPIR BLtINHll.-. 1 ogi ..l,,,nn.- ii-,,n'
for sale by WELD &JENKS,
ap 1 P 8 Bowly's wharf.
EG B UTTER-For sale by
A. GREGG & CO.
ap I Franklin street.
MISS & PRIME PORK-For sale by
MA A. GREGG & CO.
ap I Franklin street.
SAILS-150 kegs assorted sizes, for sale by
1U WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ap 1 P 85 Bowly's wbf.
TIJUTMEGS-5 casks and 10 kegs '_niineC.. Ior
IL sale by WELD J LNk;.
ap. I
SHIO CLOVER AND TIMO I'Hf SEED,
forsale by A. GREGG & CO.
San I Franklin st.
ALaYLi HOODS-100 cases Palm HOODS, just
received.
ap I P MERRILL & HOTCHKISS.
IALM LEAF HATS AND HOODS-500
Sdoz., for sale by the case only.
ayI J. CROSBY, 40S. Charleas st
PEPPER-Heavy fumalra Pepper, for sale by
BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
apl Commerce street.
P OsTO RICO MOLAS-ES.-15 I hi-.-i-w
Porto Rico MOLASSES, just lamiDed, for sale
ap I1 by F. W. BRUNE & SON.
IN IERIFFE WINE, in qr. casks and bbuls.
ot direct importation, for sale by
ap 1 3t? P WELD & JENKS, 8 Bowly's whf.
4OR.VASKS PORT WINCE, tor sale low
S" H-POLLOCK,
an 1 No. 0lit Balto. at. near the bridge.
l k BBLS. ROLL BUTTER-Just received
1V 1and for sale by JAMES WILSON,
ap I No. 117 North Howard st.
Aihih f PIGS MISSOURI LVAD-For sale
'400by PRATT& KEITH,
ap I Nos. 27 and 29 South Charles st.
ACY'I'HE SNEA'T'HS-100 doz. beat Scythe
SSneaths, for sale by A, R. BICKNER,
mh 22 20 German street.
OOP IRON-Assorted, from to 21 inch, con-
stantly for sale by A. R. BICKNER,
mhb 9220 German st.
LOVERSEED-100 bushels prime Othio Clo-
'vIe-el: iust received and will be sold low to
close 1t.e 1.3t, by C. D. &J. SLINGLUFF,
n mh31 dlw No. 15 N. Howard st.
ONNETS.---0 cases Florence Straw BON-
NETS, fine and common qualities, for sale by
R. G. WARE,
mh 31 If P 202 Balto. st., upstairs.
ALM LEAF HATS--50cases Palm Leas
HATS, assorted qualities, just received and opr
sale by the case or dozen ,by R. G. WARE,
hob 31 I tf P 202 Ballo. st., up stairs.
OLTING CLOTH-ot ithe most approved an.
chor brand; a supply constantly on band, and for
sale by C. W. KARTHAUS.
inh 26 9 Commerce street.
B LACKING-6 casks Duidap'as ImprovedVege-
bleBLACKING, warranrledt iresh. Just rreeiv-
ed and for sale by JOSEPH BOURY,
, mh26 d No. 164 Baltimore sheet.
,OOI [BARRELS GROUND PLASTER, in
050 waiebous e-for sale by
S. FENBY & BRO.
ap I 4t Corner Gay and Pratt sts.
3 OO LBS FRESh- BUTTER-Received
3 L0 yesterday from Adams Co. Pa. for sale by
H.POLLOCK,
ap I No. 10 Baltimot s t. near the Bridge.
3, KiEGS NO. I BUT't etu, Irom mutose cel-
105 ebraled dairies in Somerset County, Penna.
for sale by JAMES WILSON,
ap 1 No. 117 North Howard st.
Fia It lsOtI -1i I.-5,1..I,.-. in, II. ,1,Ir 4.
lisi HOOP IRON, assorted sizes, in store, for
sale by BROWN & WIILSON,
ap I No. 52 S. Fr-deridk st,
IN FAN'1"S STRAW H1ATS-2 cases TInifant
IStraw HATS, just received.
MERRILL & HOTCHKISS,
ap I P 23 S. Chiarlesa st.
EW ORLEANS MOLASSEs-80 bbls ol
prime New crop, in good order, for sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ap 1 P 85 Bowly's wtf.
( 11 SIHERRY WINlE-li quarter casks,-a
very superior' article, vintage of 1835-pure as
imported; for sale by W. R. ASHTON & CO.
ap I d1t 75 Smith's wharf.
OARSE SALT-18.000 bushels coarse iALT,
for sale in lots to suit. purchasers by THORN-
DIKE CHASE, Case'swartl F. P.
ap t o or CLARK & KELLOGG,
U 'r'i --l J9-I b. 'e n.r.,.- I -,. F6,1p.' i'l d.I .,--I
ton; 142 do North Caiolina do do. In store ani(
lorsaleby WM. McDONALD & CO.
ap I 87 Bowly's whf.
CODFISH-70 drums Grand Bank CODFISH,
C large size, for sale by


ap 1


Wt.LD & JE.IN KS,
8 iowly's whf.


C ODFISH.-30 Drums Large Grand Bank Cod
fish in prime order for shipping or retailing-
For sale by WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ap 1 P 83 Bowly's wharf.
CLOVERSEED & TIMOTHY SEED.-ln
lots to suit purcian:-1, -.. sale by
E.MlRi & STEVENS,
ap 1 3 Bowly 'a wharf.
H OURGLASS GIN-A continued supply ot
tis excellent flavored Gin, io-.iinii- on hand,
for sale by C. W. K l li I H \US,
mhb 26 9 Commerce st.
hl ,A D r.i-Io' i.e. D ... I.,|. i, Lu ,r' e," i. .-
Sson's steel and common SPADES, tforsae by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 21 20 German street.
r EAS.-Young Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial
TEAS, part of fine quality, now landim- and lor
sale by B. G. ETTING,
mh 24 d 36 South Gay st.
3IACKS-300 boxes best blued TACKS, from 21
oz. to 24 oz., for sale by
A. R. BICKNER,
mh 22 20 German street.
6Jk O BALES FILLING, No.20 to22,justre-
ceived and for sale by
E.F. BRADY, Corner of Baltimore and
mh 23 d Hanover sts.
ACON--For sale cheap, a lot ol Prime under-
smoked Bacon, Hog Round.
ERSKINE & EICHELBERGER,
corner of Howard & German st.
nmh 30 Iw Baltimore.
B LAN KrETS-Rtceived per the Belvidera. trom
Liverpool, a good assortment of twill'd POINT
BLANKETS, and various other kinds, suitable for
fishermen, and for sale by
JOS. TODHUNTER & CO.
mh 25 P German street.
PARKLINGCHAMPAGNE.-150 baskets
Sof the tavourite brands "Ls Messurier" and
'Verzenay" my own importation and tor sal e in lots
to suit purchasers on pleasing terms by
J. L. M. SMITH,
mh31 dst 21 South st.
JOOKS & EYES.-2 cases H. North's Super
1,1 Silver Plated Silvered HOOKS & EYES.
ALSO.-I case low priced Silvered HOOKS and
EYES, 1)r sale by IMBRIE &:FARNUJM,
mh 31 No. 7 South Charlesst.
ROCADE BUTTONs--I case supernor con-
vex and fiat Brocade Coat and Vest BUTTONS,
i case do. do. do. d) Fin'e I Satin do. do. do.
For sale by 1M l Bli l & FARNUM,
mb 31 No. 7 South Charles st
NAILs, BRADS AND SPIKES-3000 casks
assorted 2d to 6 inch S PIKES, Swedes and Ame-
rican Iron, for sale by
STICKNEY & NOYES,
mh 28 No. 20 S. Charles st.
B RITTTJANIA W/ARE.-100 packages Bnitan-
ia Tea and Coffee PO 'S; LAMPS; Tumb lers;
Spittoons; Castors&c.-For sale by
A R. BICKNER,
mb 23 20 German street.
"MRUSHES-a complete assortment
JU'Smith's BELLOWS-all sizes
FISHING TACKLE-a great variety. Forsale
very low for cash, wholesale and ti'a.l by
JOS. K. I \PLETON,
mh 25 258 Baltimore st
BOLTING CLOTHS AND MILL STONES
FRESH SUPPLY of Genuine ANCHOR
BOLTING CLOTHS, for sale to dealers or
Millers or, tip most liberal terms. Also-COLOGNE
M ILL STON ES o;'the various sizes.
JAMES CHESTON & SON,
je 22 d? Commerce street wharf.
.oTINCIIESTER'S STOCKS-A large assort.
w ment of these SUPERIOR S'I Kr. .I nhn
most fashionable styles, at from $3 to S in' t'- r ,I zr1.
For sale at
NO. 165. BALTIMORE STREET,
mh 25 I door East of Charles street.
OFFER F-
C 1000 bags Old White Maracaibo, ) COFFEE
150 bags Green Laguayra of prime
130 bags Old White Laguayra qualities.
For sale by B.G. El [I NG,
mh 24 d 38 S. Gav 0t
5 KAN D, &c.--"
A Seleni-e. ir. pip- and half pipes
While BRANDY. 5th prool
Olard. Dupumy 8 Co.. vimnlaae 13i. hall pupas
HOIJLA ND GIN, ;lrawberry brand, pins-i
CHAMPAGNE WINE. varioum branla-For
saleby J. M1, SLAUGHTER,
smb 26 Bowly'a whf.


B AGS-200 empty Salt SACKSclean and in good
oader, for sale by
WM. R. ASIHTON & CO.
ap 1 d4t 75 Smith's wharf.
BAVON.-18 hhids, Hams, and 3 hhids. Shoulders
BACON. Just received and forsele by
BIRCKHEAD & PEARCE,
ap I Commerce st.
B LASTING POWDEr.-200 kegs Boston
Powder-For sale by
WITHINGTON & EASTMAN,
ap 1 P 85 Bowly's whf.
F IESII ANri-LISPEiPTICCIRt ACKERS
F-Small size, superior quality.
H. POLLOCK,
ap 1 10 Baltimore st. near the Bridge.
I1ME, LIME, LIME.-An agency tor thie sale
of Lime is established at No. 22 Cheapside. Or-
ders will be filled from the Glen Ellen and Cool
'ii.,;. York Road Kilns, at the shortest notice.
CSP HENRY N. WILLIS. Agent.
CHOCOLATE, &c.-
C 100 halt boxes No. I CHOCOLATE
100 kegs Gr nr, GINGfR. forsale by
%1 I 1i THING IN. & EASTMAN,
ap 1 P 65 iBowly's whf.
CHESE.--
S 1500 boxes CHEESE
700 do Cased do for shipping-For sale by
WELD JENKS,
ap 1 P 3. 8 Bowly's whf.
WOULD AND DIPPEu CANDLEN-
60 boxes Mouldt Can diles
50 do Dipped do of superior quality and
for by J. J. CORNER &. BRO.
ap tl P
EN AORLEANS MOLASSES-
L 100 hhds. 1Superior New Orleans MOLAS-
200 bbls. SES, received per brig William,for
12 tierces sale by
ap 1 JOHN P. ADAMS. 7 Bowly's whf.
[aM 0 Nk1LBS. BACON, HAMS, 11MD-
13,0iW CLINGS AND SHOULDERS;
cured in Washington County, Penna. just received
and for sale by JAMES WILSON,
ap I No. 117 North Howard st.
SA LT.
93Oi BUSHELS GROUND ALUM
21301 SALT, on board schr. Druscilla, Capt.
Eldridge, lying at Smith's wharf-For sale by
JAMES FERGUSSON,
mh 30 d4t 3 Commerce st.
V ERBENA CREAM.-"'For shaving is a most
capital article. We have tried it and find it su-
perior. It softens the beard and makes the operation
as gentle as magnetizing."-A. Y. Herald.
0,For sale by G K. TYLER, corner East
mh 30 Baltimore & High sts., Baltimore.
I USSIA GOODS-
It, HEAVY RAVENS DUCK
DIAPERS
WHITE SHEETINGS
MATS, &c. For sale by
PEABODY, RIGGS & CO.
mh 23 2w 7 German st.
) CASES Satin stripe French MOUSELINi DE
SLAINES
2 do Men's & Women's assorted French Gloves
I do French, plain&CashmereSHAWLS-Just
received at private sale by
HOFFMANS &CO.
mh 30 No. 5 N. Charles st.
SITRAW BuNAETS-
S6 cases women's fashionable 11 braid BONNETS
5 do 7 tdo
0 do Devon do
20 11 braid (old shape) cheap do
Just received.
ap I P MERRILL & HOTCHKISS.
ODFISH, &,c.-
( 50 drums Grand Bank CODFISH,
200 boxes (100 lbs.) do. do. do.
50 drums Small CODFISH,
50 do. Hake FISH,
400 boxes Scotch HERRINGS.
For sale by JOHN P. ADAMS,
ap I) 7 Bowly's wharf.
JUDAH & BLOCK,
t01E iO FEET 1 1-4 IN. FLOOR-
ING BOARDS, per schr. Bil-
lingsgate, from Charleston. For sale.
In Store.
Mobile COTTON, Rice, N. C, Trimmed SHAD
Cotton Yarns, ass'd Nos. and Carpet Chain. Will
be sold low to close concerns, mh 27 dt
L l it] B l IlA .I FLOAT -The Cargo ot the schr.
Abagail, from Ctharleston, S. C., consisting of a-
36 .000 FEET 11-4 INCH FLOOR-
| qf^ ING BOARDS
I10,000 feet Steam Sawed, 1-4 to 3 inch. Just ar-
rived and lor sale by THOS. B. ADAIR,
nmh 3o P 4!ec8t No. 6 Commerc,- st.
-IL--Common Whale Oil, in blm s tierces & hhids
0 Winter Whale, bleached and unbleached,
Fall Sperm Oil rdo do
Winter do do do do
Neats Foot Oil
Farmers Oil
For sale on pleasing tnrms
SAMUEL POULTNEY,
mh 27 Loinbaid near Light street.
'jiUM i lfLER.SN.-lThe Subscribers have on hand
J and offer tor sale on .,. r..inI.,, in terms
7 boxes 1 3 pint TUiT'I ll..1 I,-, .,y
40 do 1-2 do do do
35 do 1-2 do ito do light
5 do 1 do do do heavy
5 Uo i do do do taper shape
BRAUNS & FOCKE,
mh 13 No. 190l Baltimore st.
1'SEN LI lFFi WINES-Entitled to deben-
I tuire-
18 qr. casks Old and extra .'i iufli;tI L..'..lon Par-
39 sixths 5 ticular I r. '. hi I L.
90 qr. casks London Particular Teneriffe
14 qr. casks) London Market
12 eights TENERIFFE.
5,'ir casks Cargo do. For ssle by
nir. in P ofJ. I.. M. SMITH. 21 South st.
PRODUtCE.-
P 15,000 lbs. Frederick Co, BACON, Hog Round
300 HAMS, ol superior quality
500 bb's. best White Wheat FLOUR
200 do Extra do do
200 do Strong Bakers do
75 do 1st .ild.. rn.2
50 do Rye I 1trili
20 kegs BUTTER, No. 2 and 3
Howard street FLOUR, in bbls. and half
bbls. For sale by ROSS t GARROTT,
mh 30 Hollingsworth st.
P RODUCE-
S 30 bushels CILOVERSEED
300 lbs. Western FEATHERS
50,oo00 lbs. Western BACON
2 bales Deer SKINS
200 kegs No.1 Western LARD
20 bbls. do do do
14 bbls. Roll BUTTER. For sale by
WYLIE & WILSON,
mh 29 Exchange Place.
P l- I .-7-. IAPERiS-Received trom Provi-
dence Mill, and for sale at H. Meteer'a Ware-
house, No. 36 S. Charles st.
200 reams superfine Super Royal, 214X28
200 do do Royal 20)X24
600 do do Medium, 19X24
200 do do Medium & half, 24X2Sa
200 do do 'do 23X27
Manutachured in the best manner and lot sale at
lowest rates to punctual dealers.
mh 29 8t T.G. HILL, Agent.
BACON, LARD. BUTTER, CLOVER-
SEED AND TIMOfHY SEED-
10,000 lbs. small sized Western BACON, hog round
15,000 Ibs. heavy MIDDLiNGS do
350 smallsized kegs No. 1 LARD
250 kegs No. 2 & 3 BUTTER
56 barrels roll do fresh and good
15o bushels Ohio CLOVERSEED
48 to TIMOTHY SEED. Just received in
store and for sale by GEORGE & HAYS,
mh 30 d4t Exchange Place.
C HAMPAGNE ISRANDY, over 30 years old,
COGNAC do. 1805,
O CARD do.
i Pure PEACH do.
Superior OLD SPIRITS;
High flavored JAMAICA do;
il., H,,, ni -.m (i ll'CH WHISKEY, and
5M'atNi',. \HIHI. \ do.
Constantly on hand and for sale by
G. M. HUTTON,
mh 19 24 Balto. at.


BALTIMORE PINE AND FANCY SOAP
MANUFACTORY.
Mo. 14 Pleasant street, between Holliday and North.
1 RANCIS HYDE & SONS have always on
hand antd for sale-
DIP'D CANDLES, all sizes
White Variegated and Palm SOAP, in boxes
Do do do. in Ib &L lb lumps
Shipping and Retailing SOAP, also,
Fancy SOAPS, of every description.
oclI 1dtf
100 DOZ. assorted Cordial, superior to any
M0 imported
50 do 2d quality do
20 bbls, asd. Cordial, low price
10 do Cherry Bounce
5 do Kemnmet
5 do Wii.e Bitters
40 do Lemon Syrup and also a great as-
sortment of Liquors and Groceries for sale by
AMAND COURTOIS,
no 21 Second st.
B ACON.-A further supply ot Frederick County
Cured BACON.
90,000 Ibs. Bright M ilirn; BACON,
25,000 do Sihoulders 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 heretofore given so much satisfaction, and as it
is 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
sale by WILLIAM ALLEN,
mh 15 No. 123 N. Howard street, near Franklin.
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS & OTHERS,
purchasing SADDLERY of any kind are invited
to call and examine ourstoek before .-l..-r n ,, s we
have on hand the lrice-t assortment in, ilii. <,i5 and
aredetermined to Sril n favorable terms as can be
obtained elsewhere. The stock consists of
SADDLERY HARDWARE of every description
SA DDLES-O0 every quality and price, from five
to forty dollars.
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS-Manufactur.
ed at our own establishment, and will be sold at prices
much less than formerly, varying.from nine to 150
dollars per setalt.
LEATHER TRAVELLING TRUNKS, from 22
inches-finished in the best manner, of the best Lea-
ther in the market.
Also. a general assortment of Carpet BAGS; VAL-
ISES, Hand TRUNKS; WHIPS; COLLARS; and
most every article pertaining to our line of business.
Those wishing at wholesale or retail, cannot but be
satisfied. Our terms are low upon a fair examination.
ROGERS & BLASDEL,
ap 1 1W Bialto. st. above Charles.-


D kRUGS, PAINTS, &c.-T'he subscriber has
ou hand, and others otbr sale, a very extensive
assortment of Dfu-. P,'iints and Dye Stuffs, among
which are the 1 i..11:. 1-
5 barrels refi'd Camphor, 800 ]bs. bals. Copaiva,
2 cases Oil Bergamot, 400 do Ipecac,
2 lemon, 350 do Nutmegs,
8 Gum Copal, 400 do Mace,
10" Calcined Magnesia, 300 do Turkey Opium,
4 bales Orange Peel, 400 do Carb. Ammonia,
5 bags Canary Seed, 800 do Sup. Carb Soda
I case China Vermillion, 1000 do Sal Soda
4 Prusian Blue, 1000 do Borax refined and
5 Cani-ters Oil Pepper- Crude
mint, 700 do Turkey Gum Ara-
2 do do Lavender, bic,
2 do Origanum, 1500 do Senna,
10 baskets annatto, 36l90 do Venetian Red,
8 barrels Copal Varnish, 250 do Fresh Rose Pink,
2000 lbs Madder, 1200 do Gum Shellac,
300 do Cochineal,
GEO. H. KEERL,
mh 27 eo4t No. 233 Baltimore street.
A. PAUL & CO
ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHIN-
ISTS,
ARE now extensively prepared to execute all or-
ders in their line, such as building Steam En-
glues, Water Wheels, Grist, Saw, Rolling and Sugar
Mills, and machines for packing sugar in boxes or
hogsheads, Cotton and Woollen Gearing, Friction and
common Callenders, and all kinds of Bleaching and
Printing Machinery, Hydraulic and Screw Presses,
Upright Drills, Screwing Machines, Turning Lathes
&c. &c.
The Foundry is supplied with an extensive assort-
ment of patterns of a very superior description,embra-
cing Spur and Bevel Wheels of all sizes, Pulhies from
6 to 36 inches, a complete set of Hangers, Couplings
and Plumber blocks,Water Wheel Flanges, Shrouding,
and Segments of various sizes, Shaft Patterns, &c.
&c.
Persons in want of any kind of Machinery, Casting
Forging, or Patterns made would do well to give us B
call, as we are determined that our work will be so
made as cannot tail to give satisfaction.
A. PAUL & CO.
Phoenix Iron orks, West Lexingion si,
oc 15 a between Pearl and Pine.
--' FR!-.!!I-lst ING DIC- GOOD'i.
BEALE H. RICHARDSON, No.:165 Balti-
more street, is daily receiving from Auction and
other sources, new supplies ot RICH SPRING
GOODS, which, with his well selected stock on hand,
hie offers at reduced prices.
-ON HAND-
Auction CLOTHS sand CASSIMERES, of all colours
quaishies and prices
Snt.:.i. muniLIl Ines n I,i C.i4.ii,-,er,. Fancy do
,r.-u.. 1 .~r,.,un V'1 \ I -I-n. ,pi ,1 i n ttnped
Plain and riL'dl Ei h.1 r, 6, I It o l1' 1 ',1-
Silk and satin VESTINGS; bik Bombazines
Super fancy col'di plain Mouseline de Lains
Super fie'd CHALLYS and do
Rich English CHINTZ, new style
Rich do do Furniture PRINTS
10 cases American Print', all prices
Plain and fig'd Silks aind Satins
Super blne black Groide Rhine and Gro de Paris
real black tllalian LUSTIRINGS
Linen Cambric Hdkfs, plain and hem-stiched
Gentlemens'silkHandikls. and Italian Cravats
Linens and Linen Drillings, brown and bleached
Barklie's soit finish 1IFISH LINENS
Cotton and Silk VELVETS; American Nankeen
SUMMER CLOTHS; Brown Hollanuds. &c.
RUSSIA SHEETINGS. Ti..ili.. Burlaps &c.
Spool Cotton; Threads; Pu.-. I -- and Buttons
SEWING SILK; BALL TWIST, &c.
Silk and Cotton HOSIERY and GLOVES
Do. Do. UMBRELLAS
White CAMBRICS; Swiss and Jaconet MUSLINS
With a full assortment of Ble'chsd and Brown DO-
MESTIC AND COTTON YARN, which will be
sold at factory 'prices.
BEALE H. RICHARDSON,
No. 165 Baltimore st. 3 doors below Charles at.
N B. Maryland PENITENTIARY GOODS con-
stantly kept on hand. mh 17 R Imo
LYMAN REED & CO.
EALERS IN WOOL,
NO.34 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
no 29 dif


NEW SPRING GOODS.
JAS. CARTER, has just received at his whole.
saie and Retail FurnisAing Store, No. 173 Balto.
st. 5 doors above Charles st. an entire new stock of
GOODS, for gentlemens wear, direct importation.-
They consist in part of-
Fine English Silk aud Cotton Nett SHIRTS
Gauize, Cotton Merino and Mohair do
New style fancy Silk CRAVATS
Satin and Corded Silk SCARFS
Bronze Satin CRAVATS
Satin Cravat STOCKS
Trimmed Satin and Plain STOCKS
Madrass and other Fancy CRAN ATS
Fine Linen Bosoms and COLLARS
do do andt Muslin SHIRTS, sup. make
100 dozen sup. Kid, Silk and Thread Gloves, all
co'ours and sizes
Fine French UMBRELLAS
Hemstiched Linen Cambric HDKFS, superior
qual.
Fine Linen Cambric HDDFS. plain and coloured
borders, &c. &c.
-ALSO-
2 cases ot very superior Fancy CASSIMERES
& VESTING, such as-
Fancy plaid Cohurg CASSIMERES
Prince Albert, Victoria, Shell and Royal rib'd do.
Single milled Cassimere, all colours
Fancy Silk V. -ir,:. Cthly do
Bl'k Satin ] I:n.:.r ",i VALENCIA
Gotha Ribb'd Cotelines and Ribb'd Gambroons
T..Ulf ii% nIn a general assortment ot Tailor's
I IMMIN'll\;
Country Merchants and others are requested to call
and examine be tore purchasing eisewh ere, as the a-
bove Goods will be sold on accommodating terms.
mh 3t
T HEi SUBSCRIBER has received per Ptila-
Sdelphia and other late arrivals from Liverpool,
the following named GOODS, which he offers for sale
on liberal terms, viz:
GAMBROONS, of various styles and qualities
GRECIAN CORDS
White LINEN DRILLS; bleached do
New style and printed do
Natural cold. yarn and fancy do
COTTON DOESKINS
27 inch imperial Crape SUMMER CLOTHS
27 inch CAMBLETEENS
Black and white check and striprl GINGHAMS
32inch buff and blue .C (\tM I, YS
6-4 Cambric MUSLINS
6-4 hurricane check spot, &c. MUSLINS
7-8 Manchester Londlon PRINTS, a great variety of
styles, some very rich and costly
7-8 black and white PRINTS
9-8 black and white PRINTED LAWNS
9-8 fancy and col'd ground do. patent finish and war-
ranted fast colors
7-8 super FANCY LAWNS
MOUSLINE DE LAINES, a large assortment
Do do Dresses and Scarls do
Ladies Black and China Silk HOSE
do Black do g do
New style Silk HANDKF'S.
London quality and worsted Linen BINDINGS
London printed Quilttings and WELTINGS
Assorted Coloured MOLESKINS
White SATTEENS
Paper CAM BRICK
Victoria Quilled SKIRTS
Furniture DIMITIES; 4i-4 IRISH LINENS
Imitation Russia SHEETINGS
26 inch heavy Brown SACKING, &c.
D. McILVAIN
mh 22 P 38 S. Charles st.
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
T HE SUBSCRIBER offer lor sale-
200 boxes superior Ib. Lump TOBACCO
120 do low priced do
20 do 12's lump
200 bales superior St. Jago TOBACCO
30,000 Regalias Segars, a superior article
50,000 do low priced Havana
10,000 superior PRINCIPE
400,000 Domestics, which will be sold low to close
b) CHARLES GEHRMANN,
ap 1 Echange Place.
JOHN THEt)DORE KALL, No. 7 Com-
merce at., offers Ior sale on accommodating terms;
40 hhds Kentuckyir Leaf Tobacco, various qual-
45,000 Pnincipe Segars [iies.
50,000 Havana do
29 casks Dutch Madder, Crop and Ombro
25 do Pearl Barley
8 do Prime Fresh Mace
50 boxes Goshen Cheese
And a general assortment of German Haadware.
_mh31 ec8t
UR LEE ,H-AIH. t -OSS'-N-[)FEATHERS.
--Tt.e subscriber h'as in store and for sale in lots
to suit purchasers.
First quality Curled Hair
do do New Orleans Moss
Western Feathers, all of which will be sold on
pleasing terms by WALTER CROOK, Jr.
No. 104 Baltimore street,
mh 31 eo6t between South and Calvert st.
qIN PLATis, &c.--
T 6 boxes TIN PLATES 1-3 X approved brands
ALSO.
14X20 roofing TIN, SDC, SDX. IXX. DX. DC.
100 pigs Dutch Government Banca 'IIN
100 pigs Missouri LEAD
40 boxes Lead Pipe from 3-8 to 12 inch
500 bundles Iron WIRE
80 rolls sheet BRASS, in store, hor sale by
BROWN & WILSON,
ap 1 No. 52 S. Frederick st.
T. DOMINGO COPFFPE, TOBACCO,
K HtIDES, MAHOG-\NY and LOGWOUD.
1000t) bags Cap" COFFEE
46 bales TOBACCO
90 HIDES
12 bbls Pickled PIMENTO
9 logs MAHOGANY
100 oCRO INCHES
7 tons LOGWOOD--cargo of schnr Leonidas,-
Just arrived from Cape Haytien, for sale'by
apI P WM. HOWELI, & SON.
gL'ANCY CASSIMERES-Just received from
.' from New York a general variety superfine Sum-
mer Cassimeres, Fancy worsted Gambroons, & Lon-
don TWEEDS.
ALSO, a further supply Fancy Silk Shawls, Chi-
na, damask and other fashionable styles.
On hand, an extensive assortment'Linen GOODS,
such as Drills, ot all styles, Fiench Linens, Irish Li-
nens, Hollands,&c. GEO. I. KENNARD,
No. 125 Balto. 5 doors above
mh 30 Calvrt sIt.
J AniLE ACKLAND would i norm his custom-
ers and the public in rm-rnl. ntiat he has now
made Lp a large assortment .i i', n uOi.t beautiful and
fashionable BOOTS, which he will sell wholesale or
retail at reduced prices, ..,. n .-ir.- of--
OPERA BOOTS, French Gaizd Fancy Legs
Fine Calf Pump BOOTS
do Walking do with spurs, all patterns
do DOU BLE SOLES, water proof
do CORK SOLES do
All of which is warranted to be superior to any
lhat is, or can be manufactured in this city.
A liberal discount made for cash.
fe 19 2aw2m


superior to any in the city. The Ladies are respect-
fully requested to call andexamine for themselves, be-
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Country Merchants can be supplied with all kinds
of Ladies work by the dozen or case. de 9
HUGIH BALDERSTON &SON,
MANUFACTURERS OF WIRE SIEVES
AND RIDDLES, WOVEN WIRE, SAFES,
SCREENS, &c. No. 12 South Calvert Street.-Mer-
chants and others dealing in those articles, can have
their orders executed promptly, at low prices. Plain
and Fancy Wire Work, neatly executed for Book
Cases, Celar Windows, &c. On hand Wove BRASS
WIRE No. 10, 50 and 60-32 inches wide, of the best
quality, for Cylinder Covers lor PAPER MAKERS
MACHINES.
03e-AII orders leFtat the above place, or with John
P. Balderston, Hardware Merchant, No. 191 How-
ard street, will be carefully attended to.
mh 2 eo2rim?
TILLIAM BARNET-Would respectfully
inform his friends and Ihe public, that fie has
opened his TAILORING and CLOTHING ESTAB
LISHMENT, No. 278 BALTIMORE ST., (the fifth
door from Eutaw.) where hlie has laid in an entire
NEIV STOCK OF GOODS, of the very latestim-
portations, which he intends constantly to keep on
hanr!; together with a large and general assortment of
CLOfHING, made in the newest style and latest
fashions.
Country Merchants and others wishing to purchase,
woult do well to call and examine for themselves, as
every accommodation will be extended to those who
buy 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
FRUSH 'FRUIT.-
500 boxes Bunch RAISINS,
200 Cluster do.
200 Bunch do.
200 j do.
100 boxes I F ON1\ prime order,
300 I t \' i prme orer
20 bags English WALNUTS,
15 FILBERTS,
25 Ground NUTS,
10 Palm NUTS,
50 cases Muscat WINE,
100 "' Lemon SYRUP,
10 West India PRESERVES,
20 boxes CITRON.
ALSO,.-AII kinds of Candy Manufactures, and put
up at the shortest notice, for sale low by
WM. LANAHAN & CO.
No. 165 Baltimore street,
ap 1 6t 41h door East of Charles st.


BONNETS.
S & B. ATWOOD, MANUFACTURERS
0 OF STRAW GOODS, have taken rooms over
E. B. Estes and will keep a complete and desirable
assortment ot the Latest and Improved Styles. Will
be received weekly from their Factory in Mass.,
fresh supplies, making their stock decidedly the best
in the city.
ALSO.-Palm Leaf Hats and Hoods, Boots. Shoes,
&c. &c. S. & B. ATWOOD,
rmh 15 d3amos 187 Baltimore st.
I .)EABOD1, RIGGS & CO. No, 7 German
street, have just received by the Bark Philadel-
phia from Liverpool-
15 bales Linen Carpetings of new style
2 Worsted Fringe Rugs
I case London printed Quiltings and Weltings
2 Superior Ginghamn Umbrellas
5 6-4 Figured Merinoes
6 India -F,,.-'i. H.,Id1 ..
They have also on hand of recent importations a
large assortment of British and French Goods, all of
which they will sell on liberal terms, mh 23 2w
NEW SPRING RIBBONS AND FANCY
GOODS.
R TOLDRIDGE, has returned from N. York,
o and is now opening a full and complete assort-
ment of New Style RICH RIBBONS and FANCY
GOODS of the most fashionable description, selected
from the latest importation, consisting in part of the
1.t) i,, ir,. viz:
Hi. I Chine RIBBONS;do Embroidered do
French FLOWCERS, a great variety
Chine Silk SHAWLS, very rich
Plaid and Embossed do
Paris EMBROIDERIES; French LAWNS
Bonnet CAMBRICS
SCARFS and CRAVATS
Thread LACES andi EDGINGS
Lace MARCHElITS, for the waist
MITTS and GLOVES, all the new styles
Heavy Filla NETT, 8-4 wide.
All the above Goods will be sold at a small advance
for Cash. 123 BALTIMORE STREET.
Milliners and others purchasing Ribbons to~sell a-
gait, would find it to Ii 'l, iii i, n- calll, as they
can be supplied with ji,.il'i. by l-h-t or box at the
New York prices. mh 29
KISH 11 LNLN, TABLE DIAPEIS., &c.
-We have just received from auction, another lot
ot very cl.. at- IRISH LINENS, of soft finish and ve-
ry stout, l oil ,.l for family use, which we can sell
very cheap by the piece or yard. Also, 7-8 and 10-4
heavy Russia TABLE DIAPER; 10-4 FLANDERS
SHEETING at 621 cts per yard; 200 doz. Linen
Cambric HDKFS.; which we can sell from 82,50 to
$4,50 per doz which we can recommend as being
extra cheap.
Also, a good assortment of Brown FRENCH LIN-
ENS, to which we invite the attention of the public.
DORSEY & NELSON,
No. 13 Baltimore st. 3d door west of
mh 29 Market Space.
RICH FIG'D SILK SIAWLS-Now open-
J ing,at 165 B3altimorest-
Super rich fig'd Silk Shawls
do do Corded do new style.
Splendid Satin Striped CHALLYS
Plain and fi'd Mouseline de LAINE
3-4 and 4-4 English and French CHINTZ
To which the attention of purchasers is Thvited-as
they will be sold very low. Call and see.
BEALE I. RICHARDSON,
No. 163 Baltimore st. 3 doors
mh 29 d2w R below Charles st.
SUMflMlIERCASSIMEKtES,GAMBROONS,
&c.-We have just received this day some supe-
rior Spring CASSIMEB.L t'lr.l,.l's make)-
also, plin anti ribb'd ( \Mbr,'I.\, plain and
crape faced SUMMER CLOTHS; Linen Diillings.
Also, super wool dyed black CLOTHS and CASSI-
MERES. Those in want will do well to call before
purchasing, as we are determined to sell at reduced
prices. ROBERT HILL & CO.
mh 29 73 Baltimore st.
THOMAS & CO.
NO. 196 BALTIMOWESTREET,
Have iust received per Powhatan, from Liverpool,
t 'E PACKAGES HARDWARE-con-
2l ,sisting in part of HOES, Trace CHAINS,
Foster's& Elwell's SPADES, Griffin's & Waldron's
SCYTHES, Rodgers' CUTLERY, &c.; together
with an extensive assortment ot "?tjll iG .,. ,t.,:ii
they offer for sale on their usual ar'.-i..., i.,,,. i,
UMBRELLA &.PARASOL MANuFAC-
TORY REMOVED.
FROM 163 to No. 220( BALTIMORE STREET,
(Jibove Hanover street, North side.)
rjHHE subscriber respectfully solicits the attention
J of Merchants and the public generally, to a large
and must fashionable stock of UMBRELLAS AND
PARASOIl *.,,"n.ii,-. in part of
Mosr Spl-. i, Lu,".-. I bordered SILK UMBREL-
LAS. Superior boiled SILK UMBRELLAS, (a
splendid article,)
Green Scotch Ginuham UMBRELLAS,
Black dto.
American do.
ALSO-A 1 laa. quantity of superior Figured and
Plain PARA uLS. of various styles, too numerous
to mention, all of which will be sold lower thran they
can be puichased elsewhere in the City-call and see
for yourselves.
N. B. Ri- i.'.iii,. antd mending executed with
neatness a h.- .ti..r-r I notice. Also, Medicated or
Oiled SILK, by the niece or single yard.
mh 29 4* E. EVANS.
tiY 'i'iHE LATE ARRIVALS.
J OIN It. 1ICARDS & CO. 166 BALTI-
MlORE S IREET, have received by the Belvi-
dera and 'ii,,i .,i i'.. ....- this port, and Sheffield to
New Yor i.- I...i t..i-. of their Spring imuporta-
tins, which addition renders their stock complete.
Among them lately received are a few cases superior
new style Prinled CAMBRICS, .-5... .i,.iis beau-
tifuil; Chintzand Plaid Chine LA% %'-; N. . Style
MOUSLIN DE LAINE; bllc and dove CHALLES
entirely new; Albeit V ." I I Nt,' .:,' &c. Their
stock is now zoferiorton-.,.e it. i., c i...., y, and they
invite he attention of 'urcha.ers., mh 25 dif
'BIop 3_., of I r tl LA .j t i- A. 1,.i
now opening hisassortment for the Spring Trade
it consists partly of
Envlishi. F,-nnh and German, Hair, Tooth and Nail
B It L,;;il I 'S;
t..].....- and Florida WATERS
i..'.l.-I. French and American SOAPS
Extraits, Pomnatums, Bears GREASE
SnuffBoxes, SEGAR CASES and Tobacco Boxes
Pocket Books, Razor STRAPS, Shaving Cases
VIOLINS, FLUTES, Flageolels, FIFES and AC-
CORDIANS
Ladies ,... .- iir-,r. ,'. Wr'Ii;nr Desks; Work Boxes
Violin q- ;, i '.i. r B.a-i, DRAFTSMEN
Chessm.., i..nr..,: "t-. .l "i.iw, Tuck and Pocket
COMBS
Ivory Fine Tooth and Pocket COMBS
Dressing and Tuck Combs, of all kinds
Agate, China, White Alley, polished and Common
MARBLES
Together with a full a-sortment of Silver Lace,Bul-
lion and Spangles, Games, Toy Books, small Wax
Candles, white areen and red night Tapers, Pencils,
Crayoni, coi'd Paper. Paint Boxes, Jewsharps, Dom-
inos, Fishing Lines, Beads, Bead and Leather Purses,
Scissors, Penknivws, Germas Silver Butter Knives,
Children Knives and Forks, and many other articles
too numerous to enumera'e. Country Merchants and
others,will please call and examine lor themselves be-
fore purchasing, as the above will be sold low.
JOSEPH BOURV,
No. 164 Baltimore street:
P. S. I have also a very handsome assortment of
TOYS for sale by the case or dozeh to suit purchas-
e's. mh 3 lm
UNRIVALLED OIL PASTE BLACKING,
Monnfactured from receipts of
DAY & MAIoTIN, LoNDON,
T HIS article has been before time public a suffi-
1Ucient length of time to prove its admirable qual-
ities. It softens the leather, giving a brilliant and
hard polish, which it retains. It will also preserve
without becoming hard or mouldy. A fair trial will
show that it is equal, if not superior, to any in the
United States. Sold by the nackace. by
J. F i>rtML GROVE,
mh 27 eod8t 21 S. Charles street.
'10 THE LADIES.
T PAIGE & CO., No. 121 Baltimore street,
opposite ti e Museum, respectfully inform the
Ladies of Baltimore that they have just received from
Now York a splendid lot of SILVER MOROCCO
SI.UPPERS, a very beautiful and highly fashionable
article for Fancy Balls. Also, a large assortment of
white and black Satin, white and black Kid, French
Selett morning Slippers, a new and splnndid article;
Ladies and Misses French BOOTS, Childmens Fancy
Boots; ILasting anr Merino Gaiter il ..tI., r .,ii. i i\.l,
a complete assortment ol Ladies, M, .... r,, i. bnl.nii-i
work 01 every description, which are manufactured of
the choicest of French materials and warranted to be


NEW STYLE SPRING SHAWLS.
OB'T.MeELDOWNEY & CO. have just
received from New York, a small lot of very
handsome SPRING SHAWLS. They are quite dif-
ferent from any we have had this season-the Ladies
are respectfully requested to call and see them at 97
Balto. at. between South and Calvert sts. mh 15
NOTICE.
THRE subscriber having taken into Copartnership
his son JNO.HENRY GREEN WAY,will trans-
act a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS un-
der the firm of E. M. GREENWAY & CO., at No.
25 South Charles street.
EDW. M. GREENWAY.
Baltimore, 24th Feb. 1841. 2aw4w
SIrRACULOUS ORIENTAL NEWLY IN-
I VENTED MANNER OF LAVATION.-In-
struction in the Newly Invented,OrientalMiraculous
Manner of WASHING, a preservative against all
complaints otthe head, ears and the lace, and a reme-
day m1 -h. l i,. ln. li,n i-h. i l' Itl.,n,.' rot the memo-
ry, "hn. f i nl'\ ,.I tr rrtg, .iilb. -r nl. pier of seeing,
and Ior the renovation andi embellishment of the skin,
antd the removal of wrinkles and the displeasing pale-
ness of the lace, producing a complexion surprisingly
beautiful and fresh. Ladies and Gentlemen wishing
to get direction and instruction in this genuine and
miraculous manner of Washing, are invited to call
oan C. WILLE & DICKEY, No. 7 Hanover street,
for CH.G. SEIPPEL, where they may subscribe and
hear the particulars., d8w fe I
THOMAS WV. SEARS & CO.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MER-
CHANTS,
No. 8 CENTRAL WHARF, BOSTON.
Thos. W. Sears. Henry Robins.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Re
fer to Garland & Elwell, Baltimore.
oc21 P eo6m
6P JhdId BUTTS, PIPES, hhds. qr. casks
W and Isdn. barrels of every descrip-
tion andl q (4,ir .1 i WINES,also ROCHELLEand
COGNAC tHR \NI)Y, HOLLAND GIN, SCOTCH
WHISKEY, LONDON BROWN STOUT, BUR-
TON and SCOTCH ALE, &c. Received on con-
signment from the following Houses of established
reputation, and for the sale of whose brands the sub-
scriber is sole agent in this market.
Pellevoisin & Co.,--Rochelle and Cognac Brandy
W. Pauls & Son.-Holland Gin, Black Horse
Louis Koester & Co.-Montpellier and Cette, Wines.
&c.
Quarles Harris & Sodts, Oporto, Port Wines.
Duke & Hankey do do
Irngiham & Co. Palermo, Sicily and Marsela WINES
Jas. Symington& Co. Madeira WINES
Leacock & Co. do do
G. Day Welsh do do
Jose M. Bernes do do
Widow Rd. Sheil, Cadiz, SHERRY WINE
P. A. Mumm & Co. Rheims, Anchor Champagne
J. Perrier Son & Co. do Grape do
Barclay, Perkins & Co. London Brown STOUT
H. Rickets & Co., Bristol Porter & Wine BOTTLES.
He also receives direct and ralulir supplies, of
French, German and other N I NL., ,n bottles; Fresh
Olive Oil; Castile Soap; Liquorice Paste; Manna; Gum
Arabic; Velvet Botlle and Phial CORKS; Olives; Ca-
pers and Pickle-; Table Salt in boxes, Prunes in
Glass Jars and Fancy Boxes; MACCARONI and
VERMICILLI; London MUSTARD; London and
MARSEILLES ROLL BRIMSTONE; English Flint
Glassware, Derbyshire Ware in crates, Kentish sheep
Skins in pickle, S:ilist, Sumac, English Fowling
Pieces and Pistols ,n ..-.\ quality, together with a
variety of o ner Goods, all of which are offered whole-
sale, on liberal credit by
GRANVILLE S. OLDFIELD,
fe 26 dtf Lombard st.
F -i e% h, l-I1 --B IN K-P-A-PER TAKEN-AT
il'\R 111R FURNITURE.
SOUTH EASTCORNER LEXINGTON AND EU-
TAW STREETS.
Entrance on Lexingnon and Eutaw Streets.
AMUEL FREY, since his establishment was
burnt out in the fall, has repaired and improved
his Ware Rooms, so that at the present time, they are
lully equal, if not superior to any furnishing rooms in
the city, and having enlarged his manufaclory, he is
prepared to execute all orders with promptness and
despatch. His present stock comprehends an exten-
sive assortment of the most elegant Furniture,-con-
sisting of Sofas, Lounges, splendid mahogany Chairs,
Sideboards, Centre, Pier,Extension, Dining and Break-
fast Tables, Secretaries, Book Cases, Wardrobes, of
new and elegant pattern, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Fancy
and Windsor Chairs, Ec. &c.
He also informs the public that he has no boys in
his manufactory, and that his workmen are all of the
very best stamp. Their work, he can with perfect
confidence recommend to his customers. Persons
wishing to r,'m.:ha'e are ique-led to call and examine
the Ware Room-s.
UNDERTAKING altenfed to in person. Hacks
and Hearses furnished, and every effort made to give
general satisfaction, ja 16 de


BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS. '
THE 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 kindsand qual-
ities
BOMBAZINES, very fine, Black and Blue Black
SILK SHAWLS, large size heavy and rich
MOUSEL1NE DE LAINES, striped & figured, very
low
BARKLIE'S LINEN, very fine, soft finish
CHENE CHINTZ PRINTS, 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, &e., which will be sold on
pleasing terns, by EDW. J. RICHARDSON,
mh 26 No. 39 corner Baltimore and Gay et9.
lE IE'A I -A: WHOLESALE,
HT E CHEAPEST SILKS & MOUSELIN
DE LAINESin the city, at LEWIS LEV-
ERING'S, 161 Baltimore street-
Chine SILKS, in every variety
Plaidi and Shbiped GROS DE BRILLIANT
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 LAINE.
Plain MOUSELINES, all colorsi..3-, cta. a yd.
Fine Fancy do 20, 25 an.3! r, a yard
SILK SHAWLS.-A very large assortment, the
best quality.
With a great variety of other new fanccy Goods
at unprecedented low prices for cash. Retail and
Wholesale. Iw S mh 26
C' OTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINGS.
n HE Subscriber has on hand a very desirable Stock
3 of West of England Cloths, Cassimeres,&c. viz:
Extra 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 Vestings; black & blue black Born-
bazines; black and blue black Silk Velvets; very su-
perior French Habit Cloth; silk and cotton Serges;
Gum Elastic Suspenders; silk Umbrellas, 36 in.; Irish
Linens and Sheetings; furniture Dimity; Gambroons;
fine linen Cambric; rich fig'd. silk Shawls; coldd, bor-
tdered and hem-stitched Hdkfs; Victoria and Corded
Skirts; Mouseline de Laines; Italian Lustrings; blue
black Poult de Sole; plain and ribbed Silk Hose; fine
Thibet Gauze Flannels. &c. &c.
All kinds of TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, such as
Twist; Cord Binding; Galleons; Sewings; Silesias;
Threads; Buttons, &c., &c., to be had on moderate
terms, at No. 163 Baltimore street, fifth door from
Charles st. THOSE. McCONNELL,
mh 26 163 Baltimore st.
CARD.
( ARDINER'S PATENTFEATHER DRES-
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-
commendation; 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 Dy F. GARDINER, corner Frederick
and Second sis. d3m mh 19
WATCHES, WATCHES, WATCHES.
I HAVE just received a beautiful assortment of
gold patent Lever Watches, cased in fine style,
made by M. J. Tobias, Mortemer, Harrison Johnson,
and also Gold Anchor Lever, ot very fine workman-
ship, with a variety of Silver Watches which will be
sold at low prices and warn anted to keep good time.
Gold and Silver Guard Chains, Keys, Rin.gs,Breast-
pins, Silver Thimbles, Spectacles, Silver Table and
Tea Spoons, with a variety oi other goods in the line.
Persons wishing fine Watches, arid will please to
call on GABRIEL D. CLARK,
mrh 9 d3w Water street Head of Cheapside.
NEW HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT.-
iThe undersigned having entered into CO-PART-
NERSHIP in the HARDWARE BUSINESS,would
most respectfully solicit the patronage of the public;
and being desirous to accommodate all, they have laid
in an extensive assortment. It is their full intention
to have always on hand, articles of the best quality
and in the best order. Nails of all kinds and sizes
will be constantly kept on hand, as they have made
arrangements with some of the best houses for a
continual supply. Country merchants would do well
to step! in as every reasonable inducement will be
offered towards their accommodation.
SAMUEL MASS,
BENJ. F. ZIMMERMAN.
mh 30 d2m No.21 Franklin street.
WHIIITE & RXD LEAD, BLACK PAINT,
&c. &e.
T HE Subsciber Agent for thle "Philadelphia
White Lead Works," (Lewis's) has in store &
is constantly receiving WHITE LEAD, ground in
Oil, in kegs of assorted sizes from 12. Ibs. to 500 lbs.
each. and of ihe following qualitie:-
PURE, EXTRA, A. No. 1 anl No. 2. The Pure
Lead is warranted, each keg being branded Warran-
ted Pure
Dry White LEAD, in kegs and half barrels
REDL) I.EAD, do, do.
Back PAINr and CHROME GREEN.
CHARLES S. LEWIS,
nmh 30 dim? P No. 4 Spear's wharf.
DAGUEe-REOTi PE.
SIKENESSES taken in clear or cloudy weather
S without the Siun,which obiates many objections
to the former mode, at the corner of Baltimore and
Harrison street, opposite Centre Market-entrance
from Harrison street.
L[ndies and Gentlemen are invited to call and ex-
atrine specimens. Price ofa perfect Likeness in a
Morrocco case, $5 50. Hours of attendance from
10 o'clock A. A1. until 4 o'clock, P. MV. Portraits
copied, etc. HENRY FITZ, Jr.
mh3 dlm*
BOOTS AND SHOES.
R OBERT G. WARE, No. 202 Baltimore st.,
S up stairs, lhasjust received per recent arrival-
a first rate assortment of BOOTS anti SHOES of all
kinds and qualifies, which will be sold by the case or
dtoz. upon the usual terms. Also ladies misses and
children Baltimore made Boots and Shoes.
mh31 tf P
NEW SPRING GOODS.
W WV. LITTELL &e CO. are now receiving
from auction antd other sources their SPRING
GOODS,to which we invite the Ladies to call and
see before purchasing, as they will be sold unusually
cheap, and will find our assortment very complete.
W. W. LITTELL & CO.
m l 15 51 Baltimore st.


T HHE 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 of new decked
(Canal Boats, they are prepared to TRANSPORT A-
NY AMOUNT OF TONNAGE, DAILY, that
may be offered, from Baltimore to any point on the
line of Pennsylvania improvements.
The Boats are constructed with a view of Towing
on the Chesapeake Bay, one of which will leave daily
for Havre-de.Grace in tow ofa 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 ol freight apply to
WEAVER & MILLER,
Harrisburg.
LOWRY & GILL,
mh 16 No.75& 101 Bowly's wharf, Baltimore.
WAREHOUSES, NOS. 76 & 101 BOW-
LY'S WHARF.
DESPATCH TRANSPORTATION LINE
FOR PITTSBURG, VIA TIDE WATER
CANAL, IN TOW OF STEAM
BOATS.




HE proprietors of the Despatch Line are pre-
pared to Transport GOODS, WARES, AND
MERCHANDISE between Baltimore and Pitts-
burgh.
From the ample arrangements made, the proprietors
feel no hesitation in saying, that this Line will be equal
in time and safety to any other, (none excepted.)-
Goods are shipped at once into new decked (Canal
Boats, and towed between Baltimore and Havre de
Grace.
03- INSURANCE has been effected by the proprie-
tors between Baltimore arid Havre de Grace.
Goods consigned to us from New York, Boston and
elsewhere, to be forwarded West, will receive our
attention without the charge of Commission.
JOHN WHITE & CO., Proprietors.
J. C. REYNOLDS,
Agents, Pittsburg.
LOWRY & GILL, Agents.
mh 16 N No. 75 and 101 Bowly's wharf.
LOG CABIN FAN MANUFACTOI1k.
C Y. HAYNES, No. 52 North Exeter street,
wonld inform the tradegenerally that he still
continues to manutfdcture Log Cabin Embossed and
Plain Fans of all descriptions, nmade from fancy col-
ored paper, satin, silk and gold paper. As the article
is in great demand in the Northern cities the manu
tacturer is daily adding hands to keep pace with the
numerous orders. Merchants dealing in the article
would do well to call and examine the Fans before
purchasing elsewhere. Any orders left at my resi-
dence orat Mr. Otis Spear's S. Charles st. will be at-
tended to.
ALSO-Has on hand and manufactures to order,
every variety of Fancy Boxes, Collar, Wafer, Stock
and Puff 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
PRACTICALLY EFFICIENT
MUSCULdR 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 Qian 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 and patronage ot 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 from individuals of the highest standing
have been presented to the public. After all the lore-
going, who can remain unconvinced ?
N. B. Rooms open day and evening. Classes meet
at all hours of the day-Ladies at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Rooms 41 Baltimore street. fe26
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
OTTON YARN-
40,000 Ibs. Yarn No. 5 to 12 Manchester Fac-
2t,000 do do do 14 to 20 tory.
15,000 do do do 5 to 12 Wilmington, Del-
10,000 do do do 14 to 20 aware:
2,000 lbs WRAPPING THREAD
20 bales Cotton BATTING
5,000 Ibs Fancy Carpet CHAINS
1,000 Ibs White do
2,000 Ibs Bleached Coverlet YARN
1,000 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 slreals,
mhb 2 d Up Stairs.


INIHAM'S I-'IEIGII.T I% N D PASSEN-
GER LINE TO PITTSBURG, VIA THE
SUSQUEHANNA RAIL ROAD AND PENN-
SYLVANIA CANAL.
They are now prepared to receive GOODS at their
Depot, and forward them to Pittsburg, Wheeling, or
any of the intermediate points, on the opening of the
Canal, on as favorable terms and as short time as any
other Line, on said route.
Passengers taken on the most favorable terms -
Merchants are respectfull solicited to apply at the
Depot No. 122 North Howard street, or to James
Wilson, Agent, No. 117 North Howard street.
mh 11
BINGHAM'S LINE TO PITTSBURG.-
Goods will be received THIS DAY at our De-
pot and forwarded to Pitlsburg at the following rates
until further notice.
Dry Goods................$1,87,1
Hardware............... 1,75 -per 100 lbs.
Groceries................. 1,622)
Time receipted for 12 days. Apply at Depot No.
122 North Howard st. or
JAMES WILSON, Howard st.
mh 11 Agent.


PATEA T 1'OR1'ABLE CAR BO LIE
TO PITTSBURG.
JAMES O'CONNOR & CO.
HAVE during the Winter increased their facili-
ties and are now prepared to forward Goods via
Susquehanna rail road and Pennsylvania Public Works
to Pitltsburg.
The separation of Goods is effectually guarded
against by this Line-as the goods remain in the same
Car Bodies in which they are loaded in Baltimore
until their arrival at Pittsburg.
Merchants are respectfully solicited to call at the
Depot No. 68 North street, near the Post Office.
mh 10tJOHN WEST, Agent.


IRKEIGiItlS 1TO PITr'ISBUIt1I.
D. LEECH & C(.
Freight Line to Pittsburg.
DEPOT.
No. 114 North Howard Street,
between Franklin and Mulberry sts.
D LEECH & CO. are now prepared to rans-
0 port goods, to Pittsbuirg, via the Susquehanna
Rail Road. and Pennsylvania Canals.
Their facilities, for forwarding merchandise, are
very extensive, and are able to deliver goods in Pitts-
burgh, in as short time, and as good order, as any
other line. Goods will be sent through in lots, as ship-
ped, anti will nat be separated by the way.
The rate of freight by this line, will be the same, as
that of the other rail road lines.
Any information concerning prices, &c. will be giv-
en at the Depot, or at our store, corner German and
Eutaw sts. JOSEPH TAYLOR & SON,
mh 17 Agents.
FREIGHT TO PITTSBURG.


W I'A I F..Nri s l'A BI.E
B1l'.\%' LIN L.
IS now prepared to receive and forward Gbods
via Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail road to
Columbia, and from thence via Penna. Canals andt
Railroad to Pittsburgh, at the lowest rates of freight.
Receipts will be given for delivery within 12 days.-
Shippers are requested to call at the Depot, No. 19
Spear's Wharf. No transshipment takes place between
Columbia and Pittsburg. W. D JONES, Agent.
On the opening of the Tide Water Canal, Good-
will be sent per Steam Boat to Havre de Grace and
from thence in Portable Boats to Pittsburg.
mhb 23
U. STATES PORTABLE BOAT LINE.
FROM BALTIMORE TO PITISBURG BY
STEAMBOAT TO HAVRE-DE .GRACE, VIA
TIDE WATER CANAL AND, PENNSYLVA-
NIA CANAL AND ALLEGHANY PORTAGE
RAIL ROAD TO PITTSBURG.




THIS LINE IS COMPOSED OF BOATS
built in four sections, susceptible of being se-
parated and passed over the Alleghany mountain on
cars constructed for the purpose, thereby avoiding
the great delay and expense of a transshipment at each
end of the Portage Railway. The danger of injury
from the frequent handing, and rendering it impossi-
ble to separate lots ot goods on the route.
These boats are of light construction, towed by
two horses, and run day and night (tnmntas 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 for Commission.
WILLIAM D. JONES, Agent.
mh 23 No. 19 Spear's wharf.
TRANSPORTATION FOR THE
JUNIATA DIVISION,
THE NORTH & WEST BRANCHES OF THE
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL,
The Cumberland Valley Rail Road-and the Franklin
Rail Road to Hagerstown.
SUSQUEHANNA CANAL LINE,
(via Tide Water Canal.)

Aaaa*-j^^


SITUATION WANTED-Bya middle aged
Man as a store keeper in the country; would pre-
fer having charge of a Store at some manufacturing
establishment conducted on Temperance principles;
having been employed as a store keeper and mana-
ger for years, he thinks his experience would be
useful to his employers. Would have no objections
to go South or West. Satisfactory references can be
given. Address A.Z. Box 321 Postoffice, Baltimore.
nmh 31 44*
WANTED-A Porter is wanted in a Whole-
sale Giocery Store-to one who has a knowl-
edge of the business, and can bring satisfactory testi-
monials of good character, a permanent situation and
liberal salary will be given. None others need apply.
Enquire of the printers. mh 31 d4t
S SERVANTS WANTED-The advertiser
wishes to purchase two Female Servants, from 18
to 25 years of age,bred in the country, and slaves lor
life. They are intended as house servants in a small
family, and must come well recommended for temper
and morals. Apply at this office. ap 1 d
A UARD.
A CAMPBELL has the pleasure to inform
*his friends and the public, that be has removed
his SILVER PLATING & COACH LA MP MAN-
UFACTORY, form Bank lane to No. 16South Cal-
vert street-and having associated himself with Mr.
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH, the business will heiealter
be conducted under the firm ot CAMPBELL &
SCHLEIGH. Who have now in saloie and lor sale,
a general assortment ol S.ADDLEBY, and a great
variety of COACH MNIOLINTINGS and TRIM-
MINGS; such as Springs, Axles, Sieps, Bards, Han-
dles, Lamps, Laces, Top Hides, &c. &c. of superior
quality and on reasonable terms. Also, COPAL
VARNISH, warraniid equsl to any in use.
SILVER PLATING in all its varieties, executed
to order inii their usual superior style.
ACH'D. Ca.MPBELL,
GEO. H. SCHLEIGH.
A. CAMPBELL avails himself ol Iins occasion toIn
express his thanks to hit numerous hiend.s lor Itheir
very liberal encouragement, and hopes to deserve a
continuance of their patronage. d? ja 15
CHINA. GLASS & QUEENSWARE.
AMMOND & PORTER.--Ao 204 Balt-
S timore street, (oponite Huanover slred)--Hae
on hand and are just receiving a complete arurlment
of the above arlicles, new styles a.l shapes. Also,
Whiteand Blue GRANITE CHINA, Tea, Dinner
ind, Toilet Ware; a large quanillty rl ION S rONE
CHINA DINNER, TEA snd TOILET WA.hE.
To which Ihey particularly invile Merchants and the
retail trade ol Baltimore, and all others waning arti-
cles in Ihe above line, as ibthey are determined to sell
goods as low a< they can be purchased in any other
house. All goods warranted to be packed well.
fte 13 2awtf HAMMOND & PORTER.


& FOR ABlSTERD.AM-The A. I:'cop.
pered and cupper Fiastnl.-l t.arque EUDORA,
Meinm9ke, master; %ill be iO-palct'e.l for the above
port on or about tbh. 15lh of Ap., Fr freight apply
to F. RODEWALD & DIDIER,
mb 26 11 Hanover at.
a FOBR RIO DE JANEIRO-A Regu-
lar Trader-The ship ROANOKE, John A.
Smith, master; will sail in 11 -idai). IF..,. i.'mhti or
passage apply to HLiUuH J.NkINN,
mh 30 d Commerce st. wharf.
P> FOR PrERi.AMii.'ltO & lO--Ilie
brig INDEPEN I)Es'E, (Iapt. Bostor,; uil
have despatch for the above ports and take freight at
a low rate. She has been recently relastened and
coppered and is in fine order. Apply to
,- I CLARK & KELLOGG.
Ifk FOR KINGSTON, JAMAICA.-The
l packet brig NORTHUMBERLAND, P. H.
Fry, master; will positively sail lor the above port on
Saturday, the 3d of April. For freight or passage,
having superior accommodations, apply to
WM. MASON U CO.
mh 24 dt5thA 6 Spear's wharf.
FOR EDENTON, ELIZABETH CI'Y
j HERq'FORD & PLYMOUTH,N,C.-To
sail on Saturday-The schooner ENTERPRISE,
Capt. Simmons; can take the bulk of 250 bbls. and
sail as above. For freight apply to the Captain on
board, Light street wharf, or to
JOS. TRIMBLE,
ap 1 3t* 77 S Calvert street.
,FuOL PROVIUDINCE. IK. I.-Lt,...I
Line-The r,.Jl.,r p.ckrIt .cli. M \N I 1 .'..It.
J. Howland, will :ake Ireigrl anI odl ,ilii t ,-r,.,icli
-Apply to AM.A liLE.,
nmh 29 84 Bowly's wharf.
k.B. I-" BOJr'Oit -i1rg.r,,d [ uLiUL.r-.. it
Aa Line-The packet brig A LM EN A. H-wes,
master; having part of her cargo %-na2,-., ,ill have
despatch. For freight or passage apllv lo I'3piain, or
to THOS. R., MNI% r1l 11.\- % ,
mh 29 d4t P 10 Bowly's wharf.
i FOR BOSTON-Union and Despalch
Line-The brig CHOCTAW, Capt. Nick-
erson, it now loading at B.-wl is harf F-,r fi-ihtt
apply on t.LAK & KELLuIA.
mh 26
& FOUl BO1 TON-Manufacturer's Lie-
The packet brig MARTHA, Parker, master;
will have despatch. Apply to
T. WHITRIDGE,
mh 24 d P 12 & 13 Bowly's wharf.
f FOR-BOSTON--recUlar I.ine-Thepac-
lket brig, E.',I HELH. Erior'. nasipre; will sail
,i l. d,.'pali:h. FiF.r Irtrii or po -a ge. applyy to
J W. O' bIRN, -? Bowl% ', wharf.
9g-Shippers by thisline pay 25 per cent less wharf-
age in.Boston than by any other vessels. mh3t
kFOR NEW YORK--Despatch Lint-
The packet schr. WASHINGTON, Penfield,
master; will have quick despatch. For freight apply
to THOSE. WHITRIDGE,
mh 24 d P 12 and 13 Bowly's wharf.
Ji FOR ALEXANDRIA & GEORGE-
TOWN, D. C.-Regular Line-The sloop
ZORA, Root, master; will sail on or before Saturday
next. For freight, which will be taken low, apply
to W. RHOADS,
ap 1 d2t P 61 Smith's wharf.
f "FOR HAV'ltE: U-E tI 1it AL -:
l silh Alat a dally LINE OF 'CHII)Nf.R',
from our Warehouse, for Havre de Grace. The own-
ers of transient Canal Boats may depend on receiv-
ing Goods in good order and in the shortest space of
time, LOWRY & GILL,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
mh 16 No. 75 and 101 Bowly's wharf.
FOR SALE.-Tne schr.oJOHN RAN-
DOLPH. seven years old, with New Mainsal,
Jib, alliards and Sheets. She is a fine sailing ves-
sel, draws six feet and halfwaler, deep loaded, Ions
45 5.-95, about fifty six feet deck and nine and hal feet
beam. She has an oak bottom and is copper fastened
-a comfortable cabin with four berths. Apply to
THORNTON & EARECKSON,
mh 19 Im 10 Light at. wharf.
B% FOR SALE TO CLOSE A CON-
CERN.-Tbe well known fast sailing ship
BELVIDERA, as she arrived from sea. The Bel-
videra has a flush deck, is 29 feet beam, 107 leet
long, registers 396 tons, and will carry about 4500 bar-
rels. She is built of the best materials, and in the
most though manner; is copper fastened and cop-
pared, and well found in sails, rigging. &c. She has
recently received a thorough repair, and stands on
Lloyd's Books as a ship of the first class. The inven-
tory may be seen and any further information obtain-
ed on application to WM. G_ HARRISON,
mh 22 dtf O'Donnell's wharf.
FOR FREIGHT OIL CHARTER-
Anew Baltimore Clipper, of 650 bbls. copper
fastened and coppered.
A Baltimore Schr. of 800 bbls. do. do.
An Eastein Schr. of 700 bbls. Also 1 of 800
bbls.; all in order for any voyaee-anply to
W. RNHO1%AD",
mb 31 d5t 61 Smith's wha rf.
--- WANTED TO CHARTER-A Ves.
& Iel of about 850 to 900 barrels burthen. Ap-
ply to JAS. I. FISHER,
ap I d4t P No. 7Spear's wharf.
OFFICE BALTO. LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
March 20th, 1841. $
AN election will be held at this office on MONDAY
the 5th day of April next, between the hours of
10 and 12 o'clock, for eight Directors,
mh 22 JOHN I. DONALDSON, President.
MERCHANTS' BANK,
Baltimore, ilarcn 18th, 1a41.5
THIE STOCKHOLDERS are hereby notified
that an election for twelve Directors will be held.
at the Banking House. between the horrs of 10 and 2
o'clock, on MONDAY the 3rd May next.
Agreeably to the Charter but nine of the prodent
Board are eligible. D. 'n ILI.
mhb 19 PRSC
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDElhS.
ARMERS AND MILLERS BANK OP
HAGERSTOWN, March 16,1841.-The Stock-
holders of this Bank are hereby notified that an Elec-
tion ftor 8 Directors to serve the en;ljir.e year, will be
held at the Banking House, on 11.e F ir:-I' MON-
DAY OF MAY NEXT. between the hours oflOand
2 o'clock. G. R. BEALL, President.
Hagerstown, Md., March 16, 1841.
mh 18d dt3rdMy
NOTICE.
N election for twelve DIRECTORS of the Li-
brary Company of Baltimore to manage the at-
fairis of the Institution for the ensuirne \,r,. will be
held at the Library on MONDAY MORNINuG at 10
o'clock, the 26th April prox.
mh 30 4t J. MEREDITH, Sec'y.
MIARYLAND SAVING'S -NSTITiiIO--.
yOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the
I Stockholders, that an election for fifteen Direc-
tors of this Institution, will be held at the office ot the
Institution No. 3 Lorman Row Hanover street, on
MONDAY the 12th April, between the Hours of 10
o'clock, A. M. and 12 o'clock noon. By order.
ap I dlOt WILLIAM BAKER, Pres't.
GENERAL MEETING,
THE membnens rf
^_ 2. ^ -'?-'.~ '^ ', the B.nlimru,'m.- fE.. 1 -
=.. ?-.:.=;^'" ?. ble Society for Insi-
.-' ?'.,-.z3 .. *t- ring of Houses from
by notified that a gete.
eral meeting of the
Society will be held
at their offilge, No. 18
Baltimore street, on
the 5th of the ensuing month (April) for the purpose
of electing twelve Directors and a Treasurer for the
ensuing year.
JOSEPH TOWNSEND, Sec'y.
mh 29 d PRC
OR SALE-One of the bestOYSTER ESTAB-
LISHMENTS in this city. The present owner
having too much to attend to at present, will dispose
of it very low to a man having the cash, or on a rea-
sonable credit with good security. For particulars
enquire at the Sue office.
N. B.-The above establishment would null a person
who understands French Cooking, or on" irtio would
employ a first rate French cook. mh 30 4t
FOR SALE-A second hand CARRIAGE, cal-
culated for one or two horses. The owner hay-
ing no further use for it will dispose of it low. It
will be sold with or without harness. Also fot sale a
fist rate Bay HORSE, suitable for a Carriage. Ap-
ply at this office, mh 31 641












AMER

BALTIM

FRIDAY MORNING,
t,.bUhled every mort
street, by DOBBIN

Taxis-Dally paper eight do
yearly. Country papers five
advance, unless the subscriptl
All new advertisements appe
pers 6 1

THE HEALTH OF T
regret to learn from pass
yesterday afternoon, tha
tinues ser

It will be seen by our Ann
Bill which had previously
gates, passed the Senate yes
, A resolution also passed
thorising the Commissione
of money not exceeding $
meet the interest now du
other p
The bill to authorise th
ny to issue Toll notes to a
the House. It had previous
is there

We understand that Balt
sent Judges ARCHER, MA
yesterday filed their Opi
the Shinplaster Cases. The
we are not put in possession
the judgments of the magis
the plaintiffs have been
making the issues are ren
prehensible plea of perso
taking the ground that the
the law, has thus been di
ion of the above trib

The Hon. DANIEL WEBSTER
terday in the cars from Phi
Washington in the

TIDE WATER CANAL.-
and very gratifying intelli
work. A letter from the Su
head of the Canal on Wedn
that the whole line can be
by the tenth of the prese
tained by the late extraordi
material. ____
FLORIDA.-The National
terday publishes a corr
BRACKENRIDGE, of the late
and Col. WYATT, of Florid
answer to various inquiri
particulars relative to th
Florida
That portion of the ter
glades extends from the h
within ten or fifteen miles
Ding almost the whole len
north to south. This extens
twenty or thirty feet abov
and is susceptible of bein
means of deepening and wi
or rivers that flow through
sea. The lakes near the
are deep and navigable,
other throughout the wh
states that he ascended t
about the same in point of
approaching the lakes was
dry time when the glade
waters from the lakes. "Th
vinced me that if the heads
were opened, by deepenin
could be done at comparat
lakes could be kept at all
bounds;which would render
opening to cultivation an
lands of about eight thou
deducting a fourth for the
above both lakes and tides
inundations, and as
The tropical region of t
Cape Florida about 200 mi
Everglades is said to be ve
alluvial formation; it is
the wet
Concerning the production
edition to the ordinary tropi
tivated in abundanc
S The nopal, or prickly p
neal insect is found, is a n
the cotton plant or tree; b
and the cotton tree is the
plantations, differing only
and pod, and tie length a
The seeds are turfed, like
not be planted more than
years. The Manilla hemp i
this region. In fact, it is
the Territo y, and can, no
gi eat advantage as far nort
latitude on the poorest sa
always beec in the habit
ropes, mats, &c. and, bef
first settlers with a variety
such as halters, lines, bedc
rate., It was commonly k
Sugar, of course, can be
success as in th
I doubt whether coffee c
vantage here, as it will no
upon iock approaching near
in this region. The coffee
which penetrates the eart
and cannot be sustained, as
plants are, by lateral root
is used to a very great exte
vor which they have to Spa
found in a wild state in al
great ab
The arrow, or coonti ro
Florida; on which the In
settlers in that region, pr
most exclusively. It is a
bread, and the process of
beautiful and snow.white fl
ing nothing more than a
bucket or tub to wash it in,
ing the
As for the production of t
ity in this region of Flor
further north, there can b
experiment has been alrea
sulted in the raising of an
in the West Indies. Its fl
be superior to t
The facilities for internal
are very great, and it is b
an inland steam navigati
through the centre of the
ities of this tropical regio
great can be brought into
Florida country to the Uni
ted too highly. We shall st
firmly on the independent
when it is found that the


now brought to us from ab
list of native commodities
supply o

The British West Indies c
want of labourers. A proj
port Africans from Sierra
tions. This will not be cal
-although in point of fact
it. The voluntary emigrati
not be calculated upon as
meant. The Palladium,a ne
Lucia, one of the smaller
sch
"We look upon this as pr
tunity to those who have t
condition of our labor mark
tional force-and of the ri
so great a want justiow.
eral throughout the Colon
rara and Trinidad, where
ready prepared for the p
an extensive scale-and
Leone, as far as we have
is not of that inexhausti
small-r Colonies much cha
more wealthy neighbors, in
out of it, unless immedia
in- not known everywhere
tioneut the removal ofAlric
not wonder tor their conv
marara. We see no difficti w
Gliu on before us, to the
as early anti well served
v-yage from this island to
is e.tmafe.i would be acc
that, allowing the vessel t
it would only require three
ag
It is known that during th
were made to in'luce flee
grate from this country to
er British settlements. T
did not succeed very well
the pl
In the meantime the resul
licey in the islands are pro
for labor. It might be su
highly advantageous to the
raising the rates of wages
tain high prices for work
general thi.g they prefer
pri
The effects of emancipa
Indies have been various
writers who have visited
sessions of the traveller fo
influenced his stateme


himself no doubt, since
had caused him to seek fo
planations among those wh
lar to his own-there bein
tion in the West Indies a
all these contradictory a
the experiment facts have
interpreted by their own
should look for true ill

Solidifying Carbonic Aci
ing Journal states that at
Institute, delivered by P
day evening, he introduce
by Messrs. N. B. & D. C
for the solidifying of car
previously charged to the a
ty-five atmospheres, or
square
The whole interior surfa
was made of 3-4 inch iron,
of nearly 270,000 pounds
was not gone through in p
The Professor stated that t
periment would not warrant
in any further operation w
necessary to exhibit the gas
effects produced by its ext
ture. A large quantity o
the solid gas passed to the
ed that this apparatus h
simplified by M
At a meeting ofthe Facu
ry's College, Baltimore, he
gree of Doctor of Divinity
Rev'd. Benedict Fenwick,
Right Rev'd. John Hughes
York; and on the Right Re
lan, Bishop of Richmond.
same degree was conferr
Raymond, President of St.
and on the Rev'd. Felix V

U. S. Bank.-The Philadel
day
We have a report that th
examine into the condition
States, have estimated the
per share-but in order to a
State Stocks are cal
United States Bank Notes
preciation of 14a1
United States Bank.-A f
number of clerks employed
place on Tues lay last.
thirteen.--
Money Matfers.-The Ne
nesday,2,
In regard to money we are
this arises not from the a
the paucity ofdemand. T
siness men have been compa
year, and have been enter
basis than in former year
other good houses are freel
per. We infer also the ea
from the fact that cases h
where holders of good pap
money, legal interest off.
count all offerings made o
requirements. In the stre
go in Bank are selli
The Richmond Whig public
nority of the Senate ot Vir
the Inspection Bill, an
our belief, in conjunction
the House, will lead to the
next session of the Genera
into operation, and the sub
of action more effective al
paper (the Protest) is the
Senator from this Distric
have been published ten d
preceded in order of time,
House. United in public
they will be, they fu'tnish
bill, of extreme p
The minority of the Senat
sage of the Inspection Bill
the power is vested in C
merce with foreign nations
and the Indian tribes," an
not remain with the State
that the bill violates als
fourth article of the Const
-'the citizens of each State s
leges and immunities of citi
It violates also, in their o
the amendments to the Const
ises a search without "a w
cause to suspect," and wit
tion" that a crime has
lieve, still further, that t
Congress regulating the coa
declared that when a vess
it is entitled to depart; y
vides that the vessel shal
laws of Congress be. compl
quisitions be co
The document conclu
"We protest against this
founds the innocentwith the
vessel sailing to, or com
citizen of New York or an
ginia, to a penalty and Po
principles ofjustice, and o
Legislature can impose an
sels coming from a sister S
nia, the amount of that du
its own discretion, and mi
hibitory it the Le
"We protest against this
non-intercourse bill, and
while Constitutional means
of all the rights of Virgi
depriving the agriculturist
Virginia of the benefits o
of the trade and intercou
sisted in. Because it is re
offensive in its spirit, just
engender ill blood betwe
and destroy all harmony be
similar enactments on the
great injury of the people
of the Union. If not to be
only of ill, and is ridicu
procure, or tend to procure
n tilntional rights of Virgi
inefficient for the objects
designed, affording protect
the towns and leaving th
the margins of our naviga
as it is now to depredation
these views of this law, th
their duty solemnly, and f
protest against
The appointment of a Com
Virginia to repair to the
mit to the Legislature o
request of Virginia that
might be necessary to caus
gitives demanded, is one
the signers of the Protest
rights of the Commonweal
acceptable it is believed
course would be to apply
enactments as would be nec


prehension and surrender i
gitives from just

OFFI
CIRC
To Disbursing Agents whos
the First and
TREASURY D
Comptroller's Offi
Sin: You are hereby req
count of disbursements for
after its close as practice
will present with and refer
two abstracts, one referri
made for demands which ac
slant, the other to those
will, in all cases, report
hands on the
Subsequent quarterly acc
as required above, should
demands which accrued p
You will be governed by
Circular of th
Very respectfully, y
J. N, BARKER,

Notice topurcgasers of Rese
and Supplement of Ch
The office (at Columbus,
sioner to examine and rep
claims has been discontin
cretary of War. Deeds, o
with them, which require t
will be transmitted to the
office of the Commissi
OPFFcE INDIAN AFrA
T. HARTLEY

Destruction ofthe West L
By a letter from West Li
Academy at that place was
nightofthe 24thinst.,and the b
the neighborhood upwards of
a total loss ; in addition t
cipal will ibe about $600 i
ery. The greater part of
osophical Apparatus was sa
edition. The trustees met o
mined to rebuild the house
the meantime the different
will be conducted in the
Churches, the ute of which
the purpose ; the friends o
at a distance, may rest as
sustain, so far as the inter
ed, no injury what

THE QUEEN OF ENGLA
of the Queen of England a
num, or 164 7s 10d. a day
ham Palace, St. James's P
Brighton Pavilion. Inclu
royal household, royal bo
sions, unappropriated mon
annually is 415,0001, or 1
receives 100,0001 a year,


Miaryland L
Correpondence of
ANNAPOLIS, A
HOUSE OF
The House again met 5es
o'clock, when the following
Mr. Bowie,!from the
Means, submitted a resoluti
ing the Commissioner of L
dit and for the use of this
not exceeding six per cen
times and in such sums as
tern Shore shall advise,
thousand dollars, to be m
after the date of each loan
tax directed lobe levied by
sion, entitled an act for t
sessment of property in this S
to pay the debts of the St
to be derived as well as the
appropriated to and pled
ment of the said loans, bo
And further, that if arny B
the State is a Stockholder,
missioner of Loans the sto
State upon such terms as t
Shore shall approve, and
terms, the right of the St
said Bank, shall
Th s resolutions
On moiion of Mr. E. A. L
ed to the consideration of
the bill for the complete
land. The House adjourned
bill. It will be
This morning Mr. Legran
of merchants andi others of
ing some action in relatio
apeake and Ohio Cana
Mr. Seidenstricker present
Grieves and Cornelius Rya
be exempted from the oper
to huckstering of fire woo
session
Mr. Seidenstricker also p
majority of the members o
timore, praying that the
and Cornelius Ryan may b
ration of the act of Assemb
relating to huckstering f
also presented the petitio
ot Baltimore in relation to
or and City Council of B
Hucksters i
Mr. Prestman presented
citizens of Baltimore oppo
ation at this time to the
which was read and orde
Mr. Tuck, from the Comm
Courts of Justice, to who
the Governor's message as r
al rights of slaveholders,
others pending in the Supr
delivered a report with r
resolutions were concurred
to be p
The bill from the Senat
Water Canal Company to iss
amount, on the pledge by
property, was reported f
mittee on internal im
On motion of Mr. E. A.
the consideration of the o
bill entitled an act for th
Cumbe
SEN
The Tax Bill passed to
A bill was reported and p
from Charles R. Bland of
Stewart of Ba
Mr. Howard of Baltimore
a bill for the relief of
The resolution authors
Loans to borrow mon

Correspondence
NEW ORLEANS, M
Eleven mails from the N
state of things without a
a stray item or two of inte
isville and Cincinnati boats
be entirely ignorant of the
to power of the Whig admin
multifarious novelties whi
Alabama, since the 2nd o
to get accustomed to the aff
stock of patience that may
igen
THE MA
The interruption of all i
has occasioned general
Cotton.-Arrived since the
ed 13,688, stock on hand 16
more than at the same time
6,500 bales have c hanged
duction of i ct. The sales
inferior and m
LIVERPOOL CL
Louisiana and Mississpi
Middling9a9j; Middling Fai
Fair llall'; Go
Tobacco-Is in good dema
well maintained. The sto
hh
Sugar.-The sales since
at prices ranging from
have been disposed of on
Flour.-The receipts are
vanced to $4,371. The inq
Pork.-Mess has command
$12,75 and $13. In the oth
Beef and Bacon, I ha
Exchange is dull, Sterlin
cent. prem.--New York 6
prem.-Sight Checks

To the Editors
GENTLEMBtN-YOu will do m
your paper of to-morrow, t
the nomination as a candid
in such partial terms, by
this morning.
April 1.
To the Editors
GENTLEMEN:--In your pape
myself named as a suitable
District in the next Con
to thekind friends who ha
my name before the public
expressed in their card, bu
my other engagements, and
embark in public life, I
be ng considered as a candi
ponsible office for wh
Respectful
April 1, 1841.


THE EVERGLADES
HON
The Everglades of Flori
striking features of the sc
The work has been familiar
for three or four years p
one in ten has formed a def
by the
The Everglades lies south
tude, and occupy the great
part of the Peninsula of E
rated from the Atlantic, on
of Mexico, on the west, by
5 to 20 miles in breadth.
lets to the Atlantic, whilst
is but one communication
cently, HARtNET river.
prairie, from twenty to'th
from eighty to one'hundre
water from two to four fe
springing up tree or fbur f
water, and the whole inters
in size from two or three a
these islets generally co
There are sometimes win
which no vegation appears,
dated prairie in boats, it
through
The Indians took refuge
believed they were inacc
But their fastnesses have b
of fancied security dispe
2d Dragoons, has on two oc
markable country,-on the
Atlantic side and crossing
richly deserves all the pra
prise which has been exte
mistake to claim for him.
the honor of being the fir
Everglades. We would be t
least sprig of his hard ea
gallant and generous a sol
to wish tor, credit j
The honor of having first
their fastnesses belongs
Artillery. In March, 1838
Fort Lauderdale, consisting
ment of sailors under the
the Navy-the whole amount
dred men. They had a num
ried their arms and aun
pushed through the grass
mud and water up to their
surprised a party, but befo
rounded the Indians withdr
leaving, however, their b
ic. The labor which thi
exposures to which they w
some degree, conceived fr
ter of the scene of operate

The Sea Cow -Colonel Ha
ploration of the Everglade
geological discoveries, an
called min-i-tee, or sea co
ed fabulous. The animal is
cow, or something between
bout 18 feet lonvft ith bea
flippers-neat vight about
leave the water, feeds on t
propels itself forwa


FIRE.-About ten o'clo
number of papers and other
loft of the hous3 occupied
Company in South street
been set on fire. The flam
out difficulty and before
was sus

PROCEEDINGS OF
COMMITTEE IN REL
MATION OF A CIT
THE YEA
At a meeting of the Cent
Tuesday evening, the 30th
of taking measures relative
lions to be held during th
ing resolution
I. Resolved, That the fri
of General Harrison,in the
be requested to assemble i
Tuesday evening next, the
pose of electing delegate
which Canventioa shall be
superintendingthe politic
tration party in this city
that it be recommended to
sembled, to elect, by ballo
ward respectively, to co
2. That the said Corvent
powered to appoint a cent
of Baltimore, which shall
and until the appointment
the said ventral Committ
powers as the Conventi
3. That the Convention b
nominations of Candidates
Legislature, as may be nec
join with any convention o
instituted in this Congr
purpose of the Congress
conjunction therewith to a
tion thereto, as it may con
dulegales on the part of th
tion in this city, to any
be assembled during the ye
act all such bu-iness as m
ofthe elections, or as may
success ofthe friends of t
4. That it be recommended
ministration in the several
ize with a view to the ele
measures as they may deem
their full and vigorous ac
said wards respectively,
their Head Quarters or pl
practicable, and that until
and made known, the meet
as fo
1st Ward,at Peduzzi's,
2nd do rtl-H
3rd do Hr-at Qua
4th do Coath & S
5th do Burtin's, co
6th do D. Steever's
Potte
7th do Milita
8ih do Hays'
9th do Heckrotte's,
10th
llth do Mrs. Tem
12th do Wayne Inn
13th do Mrs. Posey's
ner of Frankli
14th do Kemp's.cor.
Resolved, That the editor
menican be respectfully req
these resolutions in their
evening, the
In accor lance with the abo
of the Administrationi in
quested to meet for the p
on Tuesday evening next,
clock, at the several
GEO. W, KR
A Soldier's Burial.-Yes
mains of the gallant Capt
were accompanied to thei
pendent Blues, the officers
companies, and a large
friends. The procession,
was nevertheless very so
The slow and measured p tc
rowing countenances of th
and the solemn tones of t
calculated to awaken emo
most intense nature. As
spirits leave us, and the v
plete, the recollection of
brighter and brighter, and
ished arid dear to us. Th
country faithfully; and we
the prompt arid proper man
tary paid the last sadil tribe
more Voluniteer

The editor of the Maine
pair of '"large hens" from
layers ani excellent poult
Ly the side of a flour barr
from the top.
At a recent meeting of th
River Bridge, it was vot
$25,000, anid surrender th
wealth.-Bo
Four notes on the Uni:n
struck from the true plate,
names have been detected.
T. B. Segur, Cashier;
A steamship was passed,20t
35, Ion 59, standing E. by
aid fine weather; probably
Halifax, lor Liverpoo
Important.-An inventor
cure frosted feet, advertise
a greater man thai General
toed the nation, but tn

In the breach of promise
vs. Samuel Phlilips, tried
Rhode Island, last weeK,
for the plaintiff i
Elders Knapp and Teasdalt
40 accessions to their ch
day last.
WVater vs. Steatf.-The Bosto
it is now generally admitt
mnanufaciured at greater pr
steam than t
There were built at Cin
1840, thirty three steamboa
000.
Munificent Donation.-W
(Ill.) Telegraph, that J
place, has presented to t
Methodist Episcopal Chur
lot of ground in the town,
a house of worship-which
a thousand
A whale of the right wua
the 25th inst. off the So
some enterprising whaleme
it will make from 40
Baptism of Jews.-Four
cently baptized in London,
the Church of England. T
some time under religious
tion, were a Pole, a Du
Englishman, of the several
The chapel was crowded t
ceremony was witnessed by
Jews, who visited the chap
first time. Thn inquirers
many attend the service of
is read every Sunday afte
brew language are also r
morning during the week,
are attended by orderly an
Anecdote of the late Sir
city merchant, who reside
retired from business, cal
sutlt with him upon the st
tient was not only extreme
of this world, but indulged
cess. T"iis was soon discover


addressed him :-"You are a
fore must possess an exte
but bid you ever know of a
ports exceeded the exports
the market ? That's the ca
physic and eat less." The
and has since declared tha
the "first principles of
giving his advice, renderi
capacity," has not only
health ever since, but has
f)r man
The Postmistressof Cappo
gave birth to a daughter w
left cheek. This for a few
particular notice, until th
examination, found in the
of the new Post O
A Compliment.-A higher
sory one tinder the circum
passed upon forensic geniu
fered by his Honor, Chi
New Jersey, at the conclu
GRAHAM, for the criminal,
in New Brunswick. So fu
handing energy was the de
genuine eloquence,-that
the court-room, ladies not
loud and continued manifest
this uproar!' said the Judg
rian tones,-'a court-roo
forty years of legal exper
State, I never heard or w
kind betbfore.' Hadi his Hon
occasion, he could not ha
mate encomium
The March'of CivilizatfionT
grind us lois ofBritish pae
laces, ginghams, calicoes
cutlery and plated ware,
times) British gentlemn, Br
ists and book-makers-in
tish paupers, for which la
too high a figure. But th
article of British produce
wear, invest, sell, read n
and pickpockets;-gentle
real London article, of tip
extensive robberies in lBo
cion that a deputation ot
arrived and commenced bus
and we learn from the Bos
notification has been receive
city, from the police of Lo
robber they ever had to c
United States."-

The Reaction Wler- Wh
er is so high as to stop
some of the races in this
others can form something
the good or bad qualities
visiting Mr. GOaSLINE'S gli
new brick block, corner
streets, and near the City
buzzing like a top, and we
highest expectations which
ces elsewhere have raised
half the water, the fact o
fore another wheel is bui
Demo


The British Queen, We a
at London, on me 4th, unde
there the following day i
could get her coal, freight,
on board in time to stea
thought, too, that she wi
freight, and that, being de
she would leave Portsmou
morning Ihe 14th instant.
here on Saturday morni

From the Madiso
SECRET
The labors of the new Ca
ing. The business to be tr
pressing character, Secre
bits of industry, which
him-spends almost his w
apartment, to the head of
ed. The Florida war, the
lthe affair of McLeod-the
&c., have engrossed almost
he is found early in the m
ning in his office, engaged
ties. Col. Bell, to a mind
or, unites indefatigable in
While Speaker of the Hou
was distinguished for bi
and correctness of judgment
Committee ot Indian Affai
and efficient. As a membe
ment was gentlemanly and d
fence by any personal re
to his opponent in a sty
parliamentary. The logical
mind, led himn to prefer re
to endeavor to convince the i
please the ear. His mmnd
and logical, and he enters
subject, however complex,
dour and freedom from
These powers he has car
War Department, and the ben
experienced. Secretary Be
a figure by suggesting wi
and projects which can nev
and will only propose such
severe test o l reason,and ar
perience. His capacity is
and hisjudgment cool andi
not be swerved from the li
prejudice-or warped by th
pediments. His intimacy
for years past, his strict s
is mue to the claims of t
eminently qualify him for t
been so judiciously appoint
last summer, is an evidence
the treatment omse of the
the Government, and of his
do them justice. 'Ihey ma
doubtless receive from hi
attention which their helpl
of the nation require, and
too long anud dunj
The enlarged mind, busin
dustry of Secretary Bell, f
now holds, and it will not
in bringing order out of ch
rations of the department
tetli.,bl,. effective and
to him, and the duties a
which is accustomed to w
all difficulties, and thes
will overcome, if properly
and assisted by his coadju
Mr. Bell's manners are not
bidding and repulsive, he i
manly, never pelulent or f
dispassionate and sell-com
annoyance, anid when most
feel some irritation. Suc
War, and the nation will f
useful minister.
MASSACHUSETTS S
COU
WEDNEsDAY,
The following case w
BETS y LFE, administra
pilE, administrator. This
recover a part of certain
received by the defenuda
Commissioners appointed
Congress to carry into e
the United States anid Fr
The plaintiff alleged tha
king their award in the
Friends, Lee, master, lhad
entire amount allowed lort
freight thereof to the del
the estate of Henry Thorn
the said amount should h
plaintiff, as administrator
was to recover this one-tt
the said vessel and freight t
The principal point in the
could not be introduced to
Commissioners, or to sho
in the same, on the ground
tribunal, and their award
tears within their jurisdict
sive upon all
There were also several o
sitions offered
Judge PUTNAM delivered
to the effect that the plai
ceedings of the Commission
conclusive. But it was no
between the conflicting ri
themselves. They were si
as seemed to them to be d
must be distributed by lh
any wrong was done in this
ii ii%-d could call in the
,.. I1 this case the defe
ceived more than his share
Two Friends. There was n
should not refund it t
The othlier objections were
ment rendered on the verdi
J1dveriiser
Married on Tuesday, 30th Mar
WM. 13. SLACK, Esq. to Mis
this
Vt ,,,; ., Ti..t.. . . iit
At ",i .... I. -if u -IiII ,111
NAH STEMBLER,
Died on the 31st ult. Mrs.
the late Jo
Died on the morning of
TItEADWELI ... d '-" .1y. ru t
WV. and Anna 11, '-
Died, on the 30th ult., M
year of hi' age, after an illness
li bore with Christian fortitude
of a blessed inimmortl

MESSRF. EDITORs,-We o
ings of the Whi Central Co
meeting of the Whigs of th
be held at the Hall ot the
inst. As said Hall is only
Co. and as our Company i
both political parties, we
this early statement that s
any political I
I ItIl.M- W.
GEO. VALI
ap 2 P W
WASHINGTON, D. C
Dear Sir-In obedience t
ryland Temperance Herald,
who intend participating
5th inst., to communicate
this occasion to inform yo
Total Abstinence Assciati
C. that thay have appoint
thei, at your celebration t
also directed to inform yo
for Baltimore on Monday nex
train of Cars, and without
favored city on or about 8
will as soon alter as may b
and others, in the Natmon
In haste, I am dear sir, ve
serv't.
Cor. Sec. W.
To GEo. K. QiTAIL,
(A true Copy]
0-NOTICR.-The Mana
Female Orphan Asylum. Mu
gaged a competent person
'done by the children at
work cul out and faithfull
grateful norany w
mh 24


0D-The Secretaries of th
held in reference to a fu
Chesapeake and Ohio canal
the office of the Clipper,
pamphlet which has been p
containing the proceedings
ral Waids, and other ma

0-At a meeting of the V
Districts of Baltimore Co
Gen. T. E. STANSBURV be
Gen.J. S. SMITH Vice Pre
WA RD and WiLLIS, S
Resolved, That for the pu
attaining the object of thi
County be earnestly request
House, on Monday 5th Apri
express their disapprobat
made to the deb
Kingsberry, 3rst Mar

BALTIMOR
At a meeting of the Bal
Society, held at Evans'
inst. the following report
rangements for the proc
That Gen. Joshua Taylor
shal for the county:-that t
ty be requested to assemi I
the morningof the procession
on arrival, the Marshal of
Chief Marshal, who will ass
It was also Resolved, that
be held at Hunt's MeetingI
day in May next, to decide
pursued bv the friends of
the next election ot delegate
JOHN CORNELIU
JAs. MORFORD, Sec. pr

A MEETING OF THE
CAN IN
C0-The association for the
mestic manufactures, will me
the third Presbyterian C
FRIDAY the 2nd April, at
the committee will
Several distinguished g
cause of American manuft
meeting. Those of our tellowt
to sustain domestic indust
labour are respectfully inv
is one purely American,dive
individual interests, and
avowal, they present the c
tied to individual a
mI 29

0 -SECOND WARD
The members of the Seco
are requested to attend an
Club on FRIDAY EVEN
WHITE HALL GARDEN,
ap 1 ROB

BOARD O
The following members c
of Arbitration for the
C. W. Karthaus,
C. Keener,
David


0i-RELIGIOUS NOTICE
G. McLEAN, late of Gettys
Saloon of the Law Buildin
street,) on NEXT SABBAT
M;, and 4 P. M., and on e
the same hours. The public
to attend. __P
0-A CARD-The subscri
ularly practice in the Ru
States
Baltimore, March 15,


Sales at the New York, S
245 shares U. S. Batink,.
50 do Canton Comp.
Sales of Stock at Phl
130 shares U. S. Bank,..
8 do Philad. & Balto. Rai
NEW YORK
Wednesday even
Both sorts Ashes continue qu
Coffee at 9atal0 cts. and of L
equal to 800 boxes buncht Raisin
Hemp sold from store at $13
have seen sold; Buenos Ayres
Matamoras salted at 11 cts.
Honey at 50 ets. cash. Molas
tanzas at 21 ets. New Orleans
Whale Oil for exportation at
have been sold at l10,25a10,
$11,871, and the Pork market is
a9,25, and Ohio Lard at 7c.
brown Havana at 6Sa7t. zmal
'I tobacco at 8al 1.c. Large sa
20 cts. 100 qr. casks sweet M
The sates of Cotton continued
is no
900 bbls. Brandywine Corn M
Money is plenty, stocks rather
The Tea sale to-day went off
pri
Bills on England have sold to
best New York names and low
Paris the principal busine
Exchanges, Including Certif
in distant places are at p r
Boston .................. va
Philadelphia.............4.a
Baltimore............... 3xa- I
Washington, DC......... 31-
Richmond ..............5 a--
Petersbturg.............5)a-
Norfolk................. do d
Raleigh.................51a-
Wilmingtont.............tdo do
Charleston..............la-
Interior,S C............ -
Augusta,...............la12.
Macont.................. 20a-
Columbus...............15a-
Jour.
NEW YORK AUCTION
Reported for tie Jo
Teas-Per ships Asia and Ade
Young Hyson at 80a85c; 18 ches
ofS n lbs. ai 561a69; 548 half ce
at 45a53; 5 chests Hlyso,, ot 1
85; 43 chests, 2iN8 half ( n I,
of 6 lbs. do. at 55ai62; 19 half
chests and 25 boxes of 13 I6s.
54; 10 cheats and 80 boxes of 8
half chests Orange Pecco at 49;
46, 10 chests Congo at 53.
.iun.! fi- -,. Ceylon Ci
1..' te stop
CINCINNATI
Flour-TiThe sales from canal
fi '. in 1' .) 3.37. Forthe la
c.' n.. t ,.i ii. lait
Whiskey-BSales on the first o
now command
Provisions-The market has be
days, and large sales of Mess
There isa good demand also
in kegs, of fair to middling
7c. at which thie transaction
demand for Prime and other des
and continues at prices within
Very littlele eef i n mt
Receipts of Groceries and Pr
Thursday morning, as follows:
key, 2 9 blids, 13 hbbils N. 0. Su
iLf do. 613 bbils Molasses. 1199
20 do Alspice, 24 kees, 5 bblsGi
8p. Candles, 2 huls Turpentine
179 hf. chests, 84 catty boxes
boxes Codfish, 2119 boxes, 10 bb
Sperm Oil, 24 boxes Ketchup,
bbls. 61 sacks Wheat, 24 bbls.
co, 32 bbls. Green, 10 Sacks D
17 casks Madder, 55 casks Lim
10 quarter boxes Raisins, 19 b
boxes Oranges, 41 do. Lemons
103 qr. casks,2l boxes Vm Wine,
Gin, 2 pipes Rum, 69 bales,
blils. Var.ishi, 15 hhds. 3 6
nuts, 23 bags, 26 bbils. Almon
berts, libl. Bananas, I do.
nuts, 28 bbls. 9 kegs lard, 12
Hops, 1 package Annisette, 5 c
Chrone
SAVANNAH MARK
Cotton-Although the iranti
qtite limited in extent, other
aince Monday last, and the full
last week are now readily obtain
a 9 a
Rice-Tihe demand has been q
sales have been
Flour-The operations hove b
of Howard st. $3.25 a5.50; Can
5.
Corn-About 2000 bushels from
cen
Bacon-There is very little d
Hams at 10
Spiits-Small sales
Freightis- To Liverpool Id
snarere and $1.50 per round b
cask.--



POR'T OF A

ARRI
Br. hrig Coquette, Talbot,
Capes, ballast, to
chir. E.A. Stevens, Briggs
sorted eargio, t
'lchr. Madisoni, I'otter, 5 d
candles, to T. Pe
Steiun-packel Columnbia Guyt
ington and
Sehr. Atalanta, Newhall, 3 da
T. Whitr h
Ki e e..l.,., Keene, from eterb
ed cargo, to thle matter. Rep
nesday last) i r,41 oi. ,d
schrs. Mary- ,.,,*,, 1 I .['h-rr,-
Nassau, N. P.; M -,. i I--, I .I.. I a
bout 41 sail, detained by Eas
I'oint, sechrs. Eliza Caroline, C
fin, Laguayra siland Porto
Steam-packetRappahannock,
bu
AHELOW-A Nor
CLEA
Brig Elba, Purkis, Matanzas
Patuxent, David,
The sehr. Messenger, White,
at Hoston
The schr. Lion, Baxter, hence
The sloops Htenry Read, for Ba
for Baltimore, arrived a
PROVIDENCE, March 29-Arr.
Spoke 12th inst. off' Tortugas
tor Liv
Schr. Lion, f
tlOLME6' HOLE, March 27-
Nantucket, fo
BOSTON, March 30-Arr. sh
Stephen Phillip
Brig Cochaco, from Caimito
at II. 143 ships and brigs
Brig Mentor,
Ci'd. ship Constellation, New
SAI.EM, March 19-Arr.
PORTSMOUTH, March 27-A
Lancet, io; Waldo, Franklin
PORTLAND, March 29-Arr. C
Balti
Cttd. tresitent,
NEW YORK, March 31-Ci'd.
raeso; brig Lawrence Copeland
Montego
Arr. ship Minerv
March 31, noon-Ci'd. shils,
Londoi; Baltimore, Havre; ba
No arrivals t
Below, I ship
PHILADELPHIA, March 31-C
Barba
Arr. brig Ann & Leah, from
Henry Catnerdnn,
Brig Ialols, fr
SAVANNAH, March 27-CI'd.
erpool; Br. barques British
wick, Cliatham, Eng.; Br
Below-A square
MOBILE, March 22.-CI'd. B
po
Arr. ships Georgian, t
Barque Tham
Br. ba'que Hum
Schr Lady R. Ba


N OTICE.-We will sell
o'clock, on 2nd floor ofo
ces super and extra s
MERES-the gieaterpart of
and Splendid Goods, suite
Tailors. Also, supilerio
INGS and Si
ap2 H AOHOFFM
SILK M
REMOVED from the Mu
ver street, 3 doors from
Presbyterian Church, will
to 1 P. M ,and2 P. M. to
P. M. Admittance 25 ct
ap2 I*
IR-.I I% I tN DS- it
ickaburg for $2
HENRY
Who offers for REN
brick WAREHOUSE, c
l10o' Smith's wharf, adj
by Mt. J.K. Randoll.
lIEW YORKk
LS PHILPDE
Arid TREASURY N
an 2 CAHTE

,ap2 by .1. Cl{I
SIt. -s-4U0 dru
raup 2 __ J. CtOl
tLOVliab.ItijmIl- -Ins
SBAUGHMAN
mh 2 No. 69P
AKE FISH-10 caisk
n WM. GU
ap 29w2 _r
AVA COFFEE-100 bigs
va COFFEE,
ap 2 d ____B. (i.
KIiGS COUNTY DOW
a WILLIAMSON
ep 2
INSEED OIL-5 casks Li
L KERNAN &S
ap 2 N
-Ri L',"L i. i-. i 1 .. -' t.. 1
P sale by
ap 2 40.Cre
lffilAs'1IED LAWNS.-5
received by WIL
ap 2 1 Su
EAS-Young Hyson, Gu
Teas; for sale by
ap 2 d
HIiiSKE k -F
SKERNAN & S
ap 2 N S W
PERMO
2000 galls. Winter and Sing
ed and un
1200 do Patent Bleac
day and for sale by
Sap 2 P


FUR SEA
L M.HOFFM&N & Cp
DAY, 15th April at 12
street, ie ork.
6000 LB.. PU
S aupeiior in pont
dition, to any former parc
for examination two day
New York. March 1841.


BY LIPPINCOT'I'T,
Nos. 70 and 72 Southr Fr
EARTHE
ON TUESDAY MORNING
o'clock, at the auction
Front
3 OO CRATES
3 l0 Ucomprising a fullasso
printed Ware, tiom the m
& S
ALSO-50 cases
mh 24 t
BY LIPPINCOTT
No. 70 and 72 South FroS
MONTEVIDEO W
ON SATURDAY MORNI
at the auction store, l
Glover, from
BALES O
16W WOOL-vari
45 do do m
7 do Horse a
WO
Also, at I11 o'clock,
61 ) BALES M
2 ,1 received per
260 do Af
Philadelphia, March
MRS. GL
WILL OPEN MIL
URDAY,3RD INSTAN
street, 3 doors above the
"I 'II.Ir, CHEAP
T LEWIS & LEVERING'
we have received another
ble cheap Silks, plain, figu
wholesale., l l w
Ekc NNCH CHINTZE.
.' TER & CO., No. 157B
variety of Rich Fancy Dry
ed 2 cases of single c
of superior stalhe and
ap 2
TEMPEtiANCE
CARS, PINK, B
WHITE, FLORENCES
sale low by LE
ap 2 d3t1 Bl
UlN SCKj, ENS.-
CO., No. !571, Baltimot
handsome assortment ot
shades) with nice short h
great variety to select fr
We are also receiving th
French Goods purchased
ap2 4t
AWNS, PRINTS, SI
by the latest arrivals
some of the most beautlil
New and beautiful Lond
New style Chin
Do do Plai
Do Paris style
Do Style marbl
Plain and fig'd blk
Do do emb'd. bl
Black Fillet Mitts an
quality, with many o
E. B.
ap 2 d4tif*N1' N
DOMESTICS CH1A
AITH 'i R & CO, No. 203
more, have just receive
very cheap lor cash or t
100 bales Stout S
50 do App
50 do Harrison
100 do Appleton, Ind
Oella, Walthaua,
ings and Shirtings,
ularly invite the at
as we are determine
prices for cash or t
ti
ALSO, JUS
5 cases Rich new sty
5 Light ani
Large assortment Briti
Bleaclihed Shirtings aned
chants are invited to exa
bhy.
ap 2 ?dltf P 2
TO MAN UFAC'TIURL
fEHE subscriber has on
5 ceiving manulfacturersar
200 doz. beat qua
75 do Capnd a i
40 sides Pi
100 do La
20,0010 bobbins
85 yds. 6-4
30 doz. sheep
10 do Calf
30 tierces of
Isinglass (Russia) Balt
D.,l,,mg Brushes for Fact
Brushes, Harness; Reeds.
be sold on accom
JOHN H.
apr 2 eo4t P u
BRA
HE SUBSCRIBERS hae
lowing well known a
J. Hennessy, in half pip
Pinet, Castillon & Co
Otard, Dupuy &
Superior old COGNAC of th
pipes and q
Alexander Seignet
A. Dussaut, Jr, in half
Pellevoisin,
.1. J. Dupu
White Cuignac, in half pipe
upon the most
J F. STR
ap 2 d4t P No. 4
WHITE GOOD
5-4 and 6
6-4 Check MUSLIN
5-.4 JACONES
4 4 and 64
6-4 Hook MUSLIN,
Cambric
6 4 Satin Stripe MUSL
sa'eby W
ap 2 1SCae
B RANDY FRUITS,
10 cars Brandy
100 cases
10 dto CORDI
20 do Muscat W
PRICE TH
art 2 No. 1
REEN LAGUAYRA
ACAS I
300 bags Lasuay
52 sercons Car
Landing from brig C
an 2 P F
j1AINE MERCER PO
V.3. article for family us
suit purchaser
SAM. H. WH
ap 2 eo4t
SPARKLING CFI
choice brands ofJ. Bou
die s. The Golden Crown
rison, for sale low b
ap t d4t P No. 4
S P E RM CANDLE S.-2--
lity Sperm CANDLES, of
sorted sizes; landing t
THOSE. PENN
ap 2 P
Sl.IP & BOAT SPIKE
sing a full assortment
and Boat SPIKES, from
Troy, N. Y. for sale
ap 2 Nos. 27
I 6 BALES ST.ID
fl of good quality, entity
ceived and for sale
ap 2
Ion PACKAGES Youn
1 rial TEA, landing
for sale by
ap 2
AF tW BARRELS D
just received
KERNAN & S
ap 2


BLEACHING FOWDERS
nant's fresh Bleachin
WM. A.
ap 2 NNo 95 B
C LOVERSIR D--30 bush
VERSEED, f
B. I & E.
sp. 2 eo4t No 4
LOTHS & CASSIMERE
reduced prices to
WILLIAMSO
ap 21 SChls
ORDAGE-Mantila a,.I a
S constantly on hand and
terms by
np 2
FAMILY FLOUR-Small's
S Family Flour, warr
KERNAN & S
ant 21N
A AMILV FLO U R-A super
Wheat Family FLOUR, in
BAUGHMAN
ap 2 No.69 Pra
USSIA SHEET IRON
quality Russia SHETE
schr. Celeste, for sale
apt 2 No.
ALAD OIL, in baskets
rand" brand,
J. F. STR
ap 2 d4t P _4
P lA PEG AA D BIN Dl
lion, always on han
WILLIAMSO
ap 2 .1StC l t
OST-In Baltimore stre
. ing Breast PIN, on the
words, "In momery of,"
&c. engraved. The finder
on retunining it. Apply
ap2 d5t
ANTED, by young Ma
Hardware, or any othlie
could makehimseli useful
had several years experience
ware business, and can giv
ble references asto his hones
A line addressed to L. L.
with name and place of
prompt attention.
1 N .-N I EI--,A So.ji-.
VV who has an extensive
situation in a wholesale or
Store, or Commission hou
satisfactory references
qje at No.
A small compensate
ap 2 di
DOMESTIC GOOD
ORD & STANNA RD, N
otter to Town and Coun
sortment of DOSl ESTIC GO
the piece or package,








LADIES' BOOT AND ,HOE STOP;
No. 4 S. GJY STREET.
R OBERT JENKL NIS respciully i'tins his
former customers nd ire pitliceen.ratl, that
having returned to Ithe cily, he Intenis carnyi, oh
lbhe business a- heretolure. Orlets foor he Country
will be rpanctually atlnled ti. aP2 4t*
CHOICE MUTTtN.
"iTl E -ubcrniher mnfotma
the lovers of GOOD MUT-
l TON, that on To-morow,
(Saturday) Morning, he illf
l-expose for sale at his Stall,
No. 26 Centre Market, avery choice lot of Mutton,
which he will sell at fair prices. He respectfully in-
vites those who are fond of a really g end article of the
kind to give him call.
ap2 2t* CHRISTOPHER HOFFMAN.
COLONADE BATHS AND READING
ROOM, SARATOGA STREET.
HE proprietor of theiColotlde Baths, reCpect-
fully announces to the citizens of Baltimore and
Strangers visiting the city, that he tis refitted the es-
tablishment in its usual style for the accommodation
of Bathers during the summer season,which will com-
mence on Saturday3jl of April, and continue so daily
driiini the summer. The Bathswill be opened from
bunij.e until 10at night.
TERMS.
I Bath...........................31 cts.
4 do........................ $ 00
13 do................... .....$300
23 do...........................$500
The Reading Room and Gallery of Paintings are
daily opened to visiters'where the latest periodicals
and papers will b- found.
The proprietor has neither spared trouble nor ex-
pense in the arrangements of the Ladies' Baths
both as to/comfort and privacy, it forming a separate
building, the entrance being on Davis street. It will
also be opened on the 3d of April and continue so
during the summer.
The undersigned again solicits the patronage of
the public to sustain htim in his exersions to keep
up this- useful preserver of health.
A general invitation is given to citizens and Stran-
gers tolvisit thelSaloon of the Colonade Baths: by the
proprietor. L. MILHAU.
ap 1 dlw
FOR SALE
DESIRABLE PRATT STREET PROPERTY.
' HAT VALUABLE STAND for the City
Sand Country Trade,situated on the South side, 3
doors west of the Three Tuns Tavern, and this pro-
perty is known as one of the most eligible-and a very
large and profitable business has been for a number of
years on these premises.
The Lot fronts 30 feet on Pratt street running back
to a 20 feet street lately named Dover street, the lot is
158 feet from street to street. The improvements on
A-& the Lot area WAREHOUSE 20 feet by 40
m1feet, 2 stories and a roomy garret, and com-
.II venient Back Building in good repair and a
pump of the beat water in the rear in Dover street-
tbere is aground rent of $95 on the Lot. The im-
provements going Southant Westrenders the prop-
erly still advancing in value.
Terms of Sale are that the purchase money be paid
es foibllows-one third in hand, one third in 4 months,
and the balance in nine months with approved notes
on interest. Ground rent payable semi-annually.
ALSO FOR SALE, at the corner lormed by Col-
umbia at. and Dover st.in the rear of the 3 Tins inn
S2 BRICK HOUSES, one Lot ard 68 feel of
Vacant Groundl, running from Columbia st. to
[sDover st.. occupied by John J. Tentain, asa
grocery store and market yard. For Terms enquire
of the present Owner.
ap2 d2eo3t WM. EDWARDS.
V ALUABLE PROPERTY ON HIGH
NEAR EAST BALTIMORE STREET-In
pursuanceof a decree of Baltimore County Court,
sitting as a Coart of Equity, the subscriber as trus-
tee, will offer at public sale at the Exchange ib the
City of Baltimore on SATURDAY the24thdayof
April at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. NI., that valuable
lot of ground and improvements, situate o i the east
side of Higk street, near its intersection with East
Baltimore street, it being a part of the property pan-
ticularly described in thei last will and testament of
the late Elizabeth BrowL, bearing date the 20th day
of April 1826, and which willis duly recorded amoig
the records of the Oi phan' Court for Baltimore Coon
ty, in Lib. D. M. P. No 13, folio 239, &c. The lot
which adjoins the dwelling of F. Henderson, Esqr.
fronts on High at. filty seven feet more or less, aul
runs back a depth of about one hundred feet, except
on the north east corner where about eight feet square
were formerly taken off to accommodate the adjoin-
ing lot. About thirty feet of the front lot are covered
S by a large and commodious three stoy bric
Tt DWELLING with a spacious back bu iding
9 Band every convenience for the accommodation
of a large and genteel family,a large and well arranged
cellar, a Smoke-House and a hydrpnd in the yard.-
In point of fact, this is one of the best il..;etuiie,.n- r.v
offered tfor sale in that section of the I-_, I ,,,,,i4
off the part of the lot occupied by the ,I&-i ,..'
there are left twenty-seven feet with a 4-i lra ....h
which would serve for another large dwelling, or
would answer or TWiO STORES, which might an-
swer from the propinquity of the lot to the great
thoroughfare East Baltimore st. On the rear ofthe
27 feet lot is a brica Stable. If purchasers should
desire it, the lot will be divided as above discribed,
and in that view a plat of the premise will be ex-
hibited at the time of the sale, before which day they
can be examined by any one calling upon the tenant
in possession. Terms of sale one-third in cash, bal-
ance in sixland twelve months with interest from
day of sale, the credit payments ho ba secured by at-
proved endorsed notes.
ROBT. PURVIANCE, Jr. Trustee.
ap2 law3w H.W. BOOL. Anct.
HiAPSIDE AND FRANKLIN bANE
C PROPERI'Y.-By virtue of a decree of Balti-
more County Court, sitting as a Court of Equity, the
un.-I',i.nr-.l. as trustee, will offer at public sale on
,A'I URI-) \ V, the twenty fourth day of April, at the
Exchange in the city of Baltimore, atthe hour of one
o'clock, P. M.,
ALL THOSE LOTS or PARCELS ofGROUND,
situate on Cheapside, in the city of Baltimore, they
being the same which were conveyed on the tweny-
seventh day of March in the year of our Lord, eigh-
teen hundred and thirty, by John TriTahle, Jr. to Jo-
seph Tiuiml,. ifi,...,1n, i the deed ior which is duly
recorded irr,.'.ro tInP 1I.-r-i I '...-rds of Baltimore County
Court, in l.ib i,. l; No .1;, folio 42, &c. This par-
cel of property has a front ol'abnut fifteen feet oi
Cheapside street, and rains back a depth ofaoout sixty
six feet to Franklin Lane, upon which it has a lile
front of about fifteen fet. The improvements on
___ Cheapside are an ol Frame, ou Franklin Lane
fa BRICK WAREHOUSE. Fromthe near-
1!h!ness of this property to Pratt at. it is thought
that it might be improved to great adVantage.
Terms of sale as prescribed y Ihe decree, are one
third in cash, balance in six and nine months; credit
payments to be secured by approved endorsed notes,
bearing interest from day of sale.
ROBERT PURVIANCE, Jr.
ap 2 law3w Trniswe.
V VALUABLE ltOWARD ST. PROPER-
TY.-By virtue ohs decree of Baltimore Coun
ty Court sitting as a Court of Equity, thi subscrier
as trustee, will offer at public sale at tire Exchange
in the City of Baltimore on SATURDAY, thi24th
day of April, at the hour of I o'clock, P. M., that
valuable Lot of Ground an premises lying un thi
East side of Howard street, a faw doo a North of Sar-
atoga street, it being the sait property which was de-
vised to Isaac Trimble of John by the will ot Irs
grandfather, Isaac Trimble, doted on or about thi 20th
of November, in the year of our Lord 1822 ant which
property was then subject to a ground rent, which
hLhas since been bought out amd extinguished -
?IYIUThe improvements on this lot consist of a
i two story Brick Bnluding, known as No. 93
on Howard st. and which buihnig would make two
Stores for a retail business, leaving the dwelling with
back building fbr a boarding noose. The tot baring a
front of 25 leet on Lerew's alley, two small hudings
could be erected on it with a sufficient depth, as the
whole lot runs a depth of abott 167 heel from Howard
street to said alley. Terms of sale one-fourth in cash,
balance in six, twelve and eighteen months, with in
terest from day of sale, to be secured by approved en-
dorsed notes. ROBT. PURVIANCE, Jr. Trustee,
ap 2S. Frederck street,
CH AN (; C R Y SAL-O A DWELLING
HOUSE, in North Calver.straet.--By virtue of a
decree of Baltimore County Court, sitting as a court
of chancery, the subscribers s trustees, will offer at
public sale, on SATURDAY, tho twenty fourth day
of April, at the hour of one'clock, P. M, at the Ex-
change, in the City of Bitimore, that VAIUABLE
LOT AND PREMISES, situate in North Calvert
street, it being the same which is dascnibed in a deed
from Saml. I. Donaldson, Esq. trustee, and the Pre-
sident and Directors of the Commercial snu Farmers'


Bank of Baltimore, to the late Mrs. Elizabeth Tor
rance, which bears date the 3d Augast, 1824, ann is
duly recorded among the land records of Baltimore
county court, in Lib. W. G. No. 442, folio 633, &c.-
The improvements on this lot which fronts on Cal.
vert st. 25 feet, running back a depth oil00 feet more
for lhss, consist of a three story BRICK
t DWELLING HOUSE, with a back building.
JmAt a comparalively small expense, a new
front could be put to this house, whici would make
it a very co.n tin n o n-. t0d lots similarly -inYiA
cannot, wiiot .-tf.riui be obtained. Fn.. i.
central situation and neighbourhood.it offers every
inducement to a man of )usisess, desirous of a gen-
teel private residence. Terms of sale, as prescribed
by the decree, one fourth in cash, balance in three
payments at 6, 12 and 18 months, hoc which approv-
ed endorsed notes, bearing interest from day of sale,
will be required.
FRANKLIN ANDERSON Trustees
ROBERT PURVIANCE, Jr.
api law3w
VALUABLE WHARF PROPERTY--
SThe undersigned as Executor ot late Franc
Anne l)espanx will offer at public sale on SA UR-
DAY, the 24th day of April, at the Exchange, n he
City of B hliimiro. at the hour of I o'clol P. that
very VALUE LsBLt. WHARF PROPERTYon Fell's
Point, and adjoining the late William Patterson, and
known as Despoaux's; there are including the plat-
form, nearly five hundred feet ofwater front, of very
good deplh, besides 160 teet of font on Philpot st.,
well adapted fur Dwelling Houses. This is one ofthe
most valuable pieces of property now forsale in the
city,and is recommended to the attention of Coal Com-
fniers, Lumber Mercharnts, and particularly to Ship
Builders, or any persons who require a large water
f front for their business. 'liere are ali-
W so two large 2 story BRICK DWEL-
,3!m LINt;ni ihe property, and several
altier 'mal blliiiidi.-i A plat of the property. which
dle.-riihe it fiil) sill he exhibited at the Exchange,
and further particulars can be had on application to the
Executor. Terms of sale one third in cash, balance
,in six, twelve and eighteen months, with interest from
day of sale, to be secured by approved endorsednotes.
ROBT. PURVIANn'F., t. Executor.
ap 2 law3w H, W. BOOL, Atct.
A& FOR SALE OR RENT-A commen-
=ous 2 story DWELLING, in Hanover street,
S one door north of Lee street,25 feet frnnt,rnn-
ning back about 65 feet to an alley. Possession will
be given on the 1st May next, Apply to
JAMES BRUNDIGE,
ap 2 d4t 68 South st., S. of Pratt.
ERVANT WANTED-A good housemaid,
(colored) of unexceptionable character,will hear
of a desirable situation by applying, with proper testi-
monials of ability and good habits, to
C. W. KARTHAUS,
a 2 East Baltimore near Lloyd st.
SADY'S BOOK FOR APRIL W41.-Con-
L tributors to this number-
Mrs. Sigourney I Prof. W. J. Walter,
M iss Leslie, Charles Lanman, k. &c.
Mis Hale, N. HICKMAN, Agent,
No. 86 Baltimore street.
93 per annum inadvance 94 if not. ap2 P


IMPROVED METALLIc CLOCKS.
AT FOURDOZLLaRS EACH
V ERY suitable for stores, offices, shops, bed-
rooms and kitchens, and first rate time pieces.-
Merchants and others who deal in such articles wIll
find them the handiest article in the market for trans-
portation, as one dozen of them can be packed about
within the compass of a single wooden clock. They
will also be sold wholesale at reduced prices. Refer-
ences :-We have in use the improved Metalic Clock,
sold by Mr. Sherman and can confidently recommend
them to the public as good Time-pieces, J. A. & G.
E. Sangston, Merchants, 195 Baltimore street ; Geo.
Bauighma, Merchant, 207 Baltimore st.: Amistad &
Manning, Merchants, 171, Baltimore sheet; Wm.Wl-
son & Sons, Merchants, 105 Baltimore street; Hoff-
man & Brothers, Merchants, South Charles at.; John
Boggs,! merchant, Spear's wharf; Clark & Kellogg,
Merchants, Bowly's wharf, Seilman& Crook, Mer.,
corner South and Pratt streets; Frederick B. Graf,
merchant, South Gay street. For sale wholesale and
retail, by A. SHERMAN,
Manufacturers Agent,
Fap 2 eo 12 Baltimore st., near the Brilge.
F OR SALE-1I Drum 18 leet long, eli in diane-
ter, with 4 bearings, running on friction rollers
with cast steel Shafts. There is a piece of iron run-
ning the whole length of the drum 2 inches square.
Also-I Drum 12' feet long,9 inches diameterbear-
ings at each end running in wood.
I second hand Boiler,6 feet long and 20 inches diam-
eter, with Safety Valve. &c. with a little repairing
might be made good builer.
The above will be sold low on application to the
subscriber.JOHN H. HASKELL,
ap 2 eo4t P Eutaw st. near Pratt.
rII'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, Thai the sub-
il scriber has obtained from the Orphans'Court of
Baltimore County, letters of administration on the
estate of JOSEPH B. TIER, late or said county de-
ceased. All persons having claims against the said
deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same with
the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before
the 2d day of October 1841; they may otherwise by
law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All
persons indebted to said deceased are requested to
make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 2d day ofApril, 1841.
SARAH ANN TIER,
ap 2 law4t* ps Admr'x.
ITY COMMISSIONERS' OV'FICE--
- Baltimore, 31st March, 1841.-TheCit, Com-
missioners hereby give notice of their intention to
meet on Wednesday, the 71h of April next, at 10 o'-
clock, A. M. to establish the lines of a lot or parcel of
ground situated on the West side of Rock street, be-
tween Saratoga and Lexington streets as owned by
Willtami Davis.
The Surveyor and all personsinterested are request-
ed to attend on the premises with their title pouers.-
By order, R. B. VARDEN, Clerk.
ap2 4t1
FOR ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON &
GEORGETOWN.
SThe Steamboat COLUM-
_mo BIA, Capt. Guyther, will
leave Commerce street whf.
Mat 4 o'clock, on SATUR-
DAY AFTERNOON, the3d inst Goods intended
to be shipped must be sent alongside before 3 o'clock
on Saturday.
CHAS. WORTHINGTON,
ap 2 Agent.
FOR NEW OtLEANS-New Line-
AThe copper fastened brig ECHO, Fales, mas
ter; is now loading and will have despatch. For
freight apply on boardorto WM. Nlli',
ap 2 corner Smith's wharf .. Prar' St.
FOK MOBI LE-Regular Line-I the
's schr. MARY, Capt. Trelethen, (takesthe
place ofschr. Zenobia,) now loading at the lower end
Spear's wharf, having a large portion if her cargo
engaged and going aboard, will be depatched without
delay. For terms freight orpa'sage applv to
THOSE. HOOPER,
ap 2--- 5 Spear's wharf._
SFOR CHARLESTON-The line brig
GE N El'. SUM'I'ER, Capt. Hobbs; is now
1:..,.-%. ,Ii tbe t1-patched in a few days. For freight
or p z-a-.i apply to
ITH',- WHITRIDGE, 12 & 13 Bowl's v.harf.
JNO. K. RANDALL, 104 Smith's wharf.
ap2 P
FORSAVANNAH-Theline brig EL-
,a N E iN'R.,' ,i t. Jones;willmeetwithdespatch.
F. .i lrl,l. "r a app yto
JNO. K. RANDALL,
ap 2 P 104 Smith's wharf.
FOR NEW YORK-Old Regular Line
-;-The fine regular packet sehr. CELESTE,
D Johnson, master; having the principal part of her
cargo engaged, will have quick despatch. For freight
apply to ISAIAH MANKIN,
ap2 P Corner Gay and Pratt sis.
FOR NEW YORK-Todd's Regular
d Line-The packet schr. 9.A. STEVENS, B.
Briggs, master; having the greater part of ter cargo
engaged, will meet with despatch. Forfreight ap-
ply to J.W. BROWN,
ap 2 P 59Smith's wharf.
FOR ILAD L HIA-Hand's Ca-
Ifr.ial Line-TIThe regular line schr. E. JANE,
Dukes, master. For freight apply to
J. W. BROWN,
SpT2 P 59 Sinh's wharf.
C FOR PHILADELPHI A-Regnlar Ca-
nal Line-The line sloop EXCHANGE, Sut-
ton, master. For freight apply to
JOS. HANK EY,
ap 2 Corner Pra't st. auit Spear's wharf.
RICHMOiND PACKFT --New 1,.e
--To' sail To-morrow--The line schooner
It \ It A -RR. Charles Flowers, master; is now load
ing at hed of Smith's. wharf, and will positively sail
as above. For fi eight apply on hoard, or to
WM. MOORE,
up 2 Corner Smith's wharf& Pratt st.
-A-R!il~i I i.-.- I'F-. 11 ,I l)ay-The line schr.
t %1l it H 'il;'I,'N II0.. master; can take
what freight may offer, ,.i- .,I aI'above For terms
apply on board Spear's wharf, or to
JOS. HANKEY,
ap 2 Corner Pratt st. and Spear's whf.
-. roR It i II$110%a), DI ,1,CT'- Re g-
I1.r I .-,-To sail Tormorrow-The lineschr.
ALIkE ANN PENDEGAST, Creighton, master;is
now .,alire ,-.,l of Spear's wharf, and will sail as
above. F',i lititl apply on board Spear'o whf or to
JOS 11 %'%R.\,
ap 2 Cornet Pratt st. and Spear's wharf.
It Wi'%I.-N D PACK .V 1 i
4: I ine-First Vessel-To sail To-morrow posi-
..,- I'rh packet schooner FOX, Harrington. ma--
ter; will sail as above with what freight may ofer.--
Apply to THOS. tHOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper & Sons. ap 2
SNORFOK AND PETERSBURG.
PACKET--Hooper's Old Line-To sail To.
morrow--The schr. MEISORA, Capt. Meekins; will
sail as above with what freight may offer. Apply to
THOS. HOOPER,
5 Spear's wharf.
Reference-Jas. Hooper & Sons. ap 2
NORFOLK AND PE'rEI{fBURti
PACKETS-New Line-To go to Petersbnrg
wharf-To sail To-morrow-The line schr. OlIVE
BRANCH. J. Mitchell, master; is now loading at 0'-
Dtniell's wharf, and will positively sail as above.-
For freight apply on board, or to
WM. MOORE,
ap 2 Corner Smith's wharf & Pratt at.
---NO'i FOI.,K-AND PETERSBURG
PACKET--Regular Line-To go to Pe-
tersburg wharf-To sail To-morrow-The line schr.
SCHOOL BOY, Jones, master; is now laying heat
of Spear's wharf, and will sail as above. For freight
apply to JOS. HANKEY,
ap'2 C rr,'r Pr.ili -t r.,.t'.- i,tnr
a FOR FIIEltsIUil -Oi (H 'iRlII
i'-T,. good schr. CEYLON, Gikey, master;
burthen 600 bbls.;-a West India hreugtt preferred,
apply tb MASON & WILDER,
ap2 d4t 97 Bowly's wharf.
j FOR FREIGD'1 OR CHAR'rIR-
SA new BRIG of 1400 bbls., in readiness br
cargo-an Eastern freight preferred; apply to
W. RHOADS,
ap2 d4t P 61 Smith's wharf.
F FREIERICKBURG PACKETS-
Regular Line--The regular packet schr. EM-
Il h'., Capt. J. North; will he ready to receive freight
for the above port and landings on the Rappahan-


nock river, on to-morrow and will sail soon-apply
on board, or to GEO. W. FORD,
mh 31) d4t 8 Lieht st. wharf
ON iY --Tnrs day published Isulwer's new
i play, entitled "Money, or Duplicity Exposed,"
in pamphlet form. For sale by TURNER,
ap2 It 10 North st.
r HE LADIES COMPANION, for January,
1841.-Contributors to this number-Mis. An
S. Stephens, Mrs. Emma C. Embury, Mrs. C. F.
Ellet, henry 'T. Tuckerman, Grenville Mellen, W.
G. Howard of Ohio, &c. N. HICKMAN.
Agent, No 86 Balto. st.
S' I- ,rin,'-in. r,, r. tsr,." up2
]F ,.tc LI4/N t.4.tA .\:;. I't.I, LI REVILW2,
'FOR JANUARY, 1841-
Memoirs of-Varothagen vou Euse,
Copyright in Italy.
Engraving in Ancient and Modern,
Syrian Question, Fiance and England,
Music aoread and at home
N. HICKMAN, Agent,
No. 86 Baltimore street.
S3 per annum in advance. sa 2 P
L LCTUV I.ES ON ClHEMISTl .-A popular
course of Lectures oa this science, will be celiv-
ered in tireCtiemical Hall of the University of Mary-
lahid, commencing on MOINDAY, the 5it day of A-
pril next, and terminating the last week in June. Thie
Lectures will be given three tmes a week durig
those three months, at the hourlrom 52 to 61 o'clock,
P. M. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tne
course is intended to include the elements i rthe sci-
ence and the practical application of Chemical prioci-
ples to the arts and to the ordinary phenomena o ni-
ture, and will be abundantly iluArated by neans of
the splendid andextensive apparatus belonging to the
University. To place the advantages which such a
course may be thought to offer within the reach of all,
tickets will be issued at $5, to admit a lady and gen-
tlemnan, and at $3 to admtt a single person. Tickets
may be procured at the Book-stores of Messrs. Cush-
irng & Brother and Knight & Colburn.
mtl 29 dSt? WILLIAt E.A. A1KIN.
ELALING OFF-SELLING OFF -No. ab
Baltimore street, second door west of Sharp st.-
This tine stock of Dry Goods has to be sold fot rhat
they will bring in chsh. 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. inh 20 tf
O J'HH FOR SALE I-n..i, ,-i ndid Bal.
C timore built COACH, with C Spling, full ham-
me- clothi seats, green damask silk swabs and lining,
built of the very best materials, is finished in the most
expensive manner, and is pronounced by competent
judges to be one of the most superior coaches ever
built in this country. The above coach can be seen at
Mr. McCurley'scarriage repository North Liberty st.,
andt will be sold 20 per cent less than a similar one
can be built in the United States. mh 31 eod4t
L3-The National Intelligencer. will publish the
above to the amount of $1, anl charge this office.
LOCKS-CLOCUKS-A.SMITH'S Clock Es-
l tablisnment, 3t South Charles st. CLOCKS of
every variety may be had in any quantity, large or
small, of the most recent patterns, in superior style
and very cheap, for cash.
AJ1 kinds Eastern CLOCKS repaired by an experi-
eaced mechanic, ap 1


HOLLIDAY STREET THEATRE.
LAST NIGHT OF
MR. E. FORREST & MR.J.E.MURDOCK.
THIS EVENING, APRIL 2,
Will be presented, Shakspeare's Tragedy of
KING LEAR
King l.ear,..................Mr. E. FORREST.
Earl of Kent, ................cMr. FAULKNER,
(his first appearance here tor 5 pears.)
Edgar....................Mr. MURDOCK.
Cordelia,...................Mrs. RICHARDSON.
To conclude with (first time in this Theatre,) an ex-
cellent farce called
THE MARRIED RAKE.
Mr. Frederick Flighty.........Mr. M URDOCK.
Mrs. Trictac................Mrs.RICHARDSON.
Cornet Fitzherbert...........Mrs.RICHARDSON.
On Saturday, Mr. E. FORREST'S Benefit, and last
appearance.
0f3-Orchestra seats $1, Boxes 75 cts., Pit 371Iets.,
Gallery 25 cts.
61.-The doors will open at six, and the Curtain wil
riseat seven o'clock precisely.
iuC-Tickets and places for tie Boxes to be taken
daily at the Box office from 10 until 2, ad from 3
ill o'clock. ap2
AMERICAN TIEATRE-FRONT ST.
STAGE MANAGER.....................Mr. FENNO.
BENEFIT OF WM. WADJR.
ON WHICH OCCASION
MR. BOOTH,
Has most kindly volunteered, ard will appear in the
character of Othello; and at the request of numerous
parties, the grand Spectacle of th CHINESE SEAS,
with its beautiful Panorama, will be produced with
improvements and alterations, under the title of a
SEAMAN'S LOG; Or, The Chinese Seas.
THIS EVENING, APRIL 2, 1841,
Will be performed Shakspeara's Tragedy'of
OTH RLLO,
MOOR OF VENIBE.
OTHELLO.................Mr. BOOTH.
To concludewith an alteratirn from the Chinese Sea,
under the title of
A SEAMAN'S LOG; OR, THE CHINESE
SEAS.
Prices ot Admission- Boxes 50 cts.-Pit 25 cta.--
First Colored Gallery 50 cts.-Second Colored Galle-
ry 25 ets.
oj-Doors open at 6 o'clock-performance to com-
mence precisely at 7 o'clock ap 2
BALTIMORE MUSEUM,
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS.
CORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CALVERT STREETS.
BENEFIT,
AND LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF
it'M1. YOUiNG, THE GREAT EASTERN
iH MAGICIAN, and CHINESE BALANCER.
CHANGE OF PERFORMANCE.-Mr. Young
will display his astonishing powers, with many new
and pleasing Feats, ard MagicTricks.
THIS EVENING, AVRIL 2ND, 1841.
For Programme. see small bills.
On SATURDAY, LAST NIGHT of Mr. Young.
(K-Admittance to the Museum and Saloon ONLY
25 CENTS.
Saloon performance to commence at a j before 8
o'clock. No postponement on account oh the weather.
ap 2
PEASE'S ESSENCE OF HUREHOUA0
CAN DY-Composed of twenty-five different in.
gredients-For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Irritation of the Throat, Croup, Palpitation of the
Heart. Asthma, Whooping Cough, difficulty of pro'use
expectoration, &c. and which is also highly useful hur
Public Speakers, &c.
All the attempts at imitation or counterfeiting this
invaluableremedy have entirely failed, and resulted ir
establishing its reputation and increasing the demand
tor it. Beware of imitations.
The subscriber, general agent of Messrs. PEASE
SoNr, hasalways on hand alagesupply of their Can-
dy,which he sells to agents and vanders on the ,same
terms as thtePr:prietors-Veulers at a distance, in
closing him any sum, not less than $5, in Baltimore
Bank notes, (free of postage,) will have the Candy
sent according to directions-and in mistake as to its
beingfresh aad genuine!
TURNER, 10 North at.
3g-The Candy is also retinled as above ap 2

-$io.ooo40.000
AND 10 PRIZES OF 2,000
THIS AFTERNOON, Apri 2nd, in Baltimore,
Md. "tate Lottery. Tickets $5, shares in proportion.
$30,000,-And 25 of $2,000, TO-MORROW,-
(SATURDAY,) 3rd April in Alexandria.
Tickets $10,-sihares in proportion,
For Prizes! Apply at CLARK'S,
MUSEUM BUILDING,
ap3 P BALTIMORE, Martyand
GLASS AND EARTHENWAR, liED
LEAD, &c.
AMES H. MARSTON,Agent for the New
England Glass Co. Boston, has just received a full
assortment of desirable articles of GLASSWARE, viz:
6 hihd. qt. plain 2 ring DECANTERS
4 dto qt. plain no ring do
6 bbls. 6 inch Tippecanoe NAPPIES, a new art'l.
10 boxes Log Cabin CUP PLATES
7 bbls. J pt. 7 flute pressed TUMBLERS, a very
superior article
5 boxes Tale B. S. WINES
4 0do plain stem (1o
20 packages SPECIE JARS, assorted, half gallons,
gallons, &c.
6 bbls. Harrison SALTS,a new and beautiful ar'l.
20 bbls. CASTOR BOTTLES, Pepper, Vinegar,
Mustard
6 do Plain Lemonades
10 hhds. qt. mold DECANTERS
6 do pt. do
20 boxes plain TUMBLERS, assorted
50 do fluted Prescrrplions, I to 8 oz.
150 Packages of APOTIECARIES WARE, viz:
Tinctures, Sal. Mouths, Nipple Shells, &e. &c.
50 kegs best fine ground RED LEAD
40 do do LITHARGE
Also, from the Bridgton Glas Works
2500 boxes of Green and Black Glass WARE. viz, vi-
als to 4 oz, all stts an kinda
Packing BOTTLES, all sizes
Prescription do ho
Castor OILS, of all sizes
50 boxes quart Black Wine BOTTLES
20 do do do ho ho
10 do pint do do
1250 crates and hhds Earthenware and China, of all
descriptions, selected from the very best man-
ufactories in Staffardshire, and suitable both in
regard to price and quality, for city and country
trade, viz,
Edg'd Plates, Twifirs, Common TEAS
China Tea Sets, 'liet SETS
Table SETS, of every description, all ot which
are offered on the very best terms, at
No. 4 Lorman Row,
ao I d2w Hanowvr st.
A t;ARD.
DR. WILLIAM H. SELBY, recently from
Worcester County,sni now residing in Baatimone
County, six miles from the City, upon the York Road,
and on lhe Farm he recently purchased from Hon. S.
Hillen, formerly the property of Mr. Bultet,and oppo-
site Jackson's Hotel-offers his Professional Services
to the citizens'of Baltinore County. References:-
Hon. Ara Spence, Chief Judge, "
Hon. Win. Tingle, Associate Judge, o
Hon. 1'eagle Townsend, of the Serate, ounty.
Drs. John S. Martin & T. R. Spence, C
Dr. Jas. R. S. Purnell,
Dr. C. Humphreys,f
Isaac D. Jones,
Hon. S. Hillen,
P. Poultney,
Dms. Orrick anti Ristenu, ofBlior ony
Hor. H. Ely, and
M. Duvall,
N. R. Smith, Professor of Surgery in the University
of Md.
fe 15 2aw? PRSeo3t
SADLER, CROSSE'I' & IUGUS,
Successors uo Crosset and Spahr,forwarding and Com-
mission Merchants, Canal Basin, Havre-de-Grace:
A NNOUNCE to their friends ant ths publnc,hhat
they have taken the property formerly occupied
by Crosset & Spahr, and are prepared to eithereffect
sales of Produce or to forward to any of the ci-
ties. Consignments of Goods to go~np the Canal will
receive every attention. 'he convenience of their
location and their acquaintance with Boatmen give
them the advantage ot despatch in this branch of the
business oyer most others. Charges as customary.-
They will keep contantly on hand ard at lowest
prices, FISH, SALT, PLASTER, TAR, PITCH,
&c. Re.


'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. CROSSED,
ALEXR. HUGHS,
REFER TO-
Lea, Bunker & Co., Philadelphia,
Castner & Christian, '
Buck & Herr, Baltimore,
John Boggs Co. "
Griswell & Sons, MeVeytown, Pa-
J. & J. Milliken, Lewistown, Pa. lawSt fe8
SEAL ENtRAVING.
T HE SUBSCRIBER continues to carryon the
business of Seal Engraving, in all itj branches,
at his residence, in York, Pennsylvania.
CONSULAR, COURT, SOCIETY, NOTARIAL,
OFFICE AND LETTER SEALS.
Of every description, furnished at the shortest notice,
executed in a superior sayle. Having supplied Seals
for public offices in all the Middle, Southern and Wes-
tern States, an ti lor several o' the Territories, besides
some for the General Government, he believes he can
confidently say that his woik will be satisfactory to
those who may employ him. Orders for any work in
his line will bhe received, in Baltimore, by FIELDING
ILUCAS, Jr. Esq., and heals, when finished, will be
sent to him for ndelivery-whera also, numerous spe-
cimens of hio engraving can be seen.
ja 27 ?Iaw6i* -WILI.IA M WAGNER.
LAFFAN & REDtOND.
NO. 56 PINE STREET, NEW YORK,
Have received by recent arrivals and offer fr sale.
50 CASES new styles Mar chester PRINTS
I 20 London,some extra Richdo
20 Black and white do
10 bl'k. lay .and white &c. Ginghams.
lo F1ancy and checked do
10 4-4 Earlston do
10 Check'd Muslin do
5 9-8 Lt. ch and damaskMUSLINS
5 i Printled do
10I New I'%\l i- D'LAINES
20 6-4' .1\',H1ll sorted qualities
20 4-4 thi.cl,.- -MIL"LINS do
10 5-4 do do do
5 6-4 Lace and CordCheck do
5 '" tdo and spot ro do
20 9-8 Rolled JACONETS, ass'd col's.
5 Fig'd and stripe Cashmere Veslings
10 Printed Marseilles do
10 do WELTINGS
10 3-4 GAMBROONS
10 bales 6 4 RedPADDINGS
10 cases Cotton and Worsted and silk& wool
Summer CLOTHS
10 do ColouredSILESIAS
50 do 3-4 Brown Linens, bleach and na-
tural colour
50 do 4-4 do do do & do
50 do 3-4 do andi whit, lirne Prillings.
10 do and 4-4 Brown HIlI.LA. ,[IS
300 do 4-4 Bleached Iris' I.INEN, i-mlow
priced to ex. superfine. ja 6 2aw3m
LEAF TOBACCO.
W ESLEY STARR, No.9, Lightst. Wharf,
has for sale, 16 hhds. Kentucky Leaf TO-
BACCO, a part of which is fine wrappery.
ALSO-30 kegs of yellow Western BUTTER, No.
2 and 3, apI d4t


CITY OF BATIMORE.
RESOLU rIONS.
I No.37.
Resolved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltiaore, That
the Uollector of the taxes which have been levied prior to te
year 1841, and remain unpaid, be and he is hereby uthoriseid
anFL directed te charge interest on all such unpaid bills from
the 31st of December of each year for which saidlevieswere
made until such bills are paid, and tire interest so charged
when collected, to be returned to thei Register with a state-
mien t shewing to what account said interest is to e credited.
Provided nevertheless that in case said delinquents pay their
respective bills Io the collectoron or before tae first day of
May next ensuing, then in that case Interest shall not be
charged. HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First Branch.
ROB. HOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.
Approved March 18th,1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayer.
ORDINANCES.
No. 15.
A Supplement to an Ordinance entitled an Ordinance for the
appointment of Higi Constable, City Bailiffs and for other
purposes.
Section 1. Be it enacted and ordained by the Mayor and City
Council of Baltimore, That there saal be annually appointed
two additional Police Officers, who shat be suaject to the
same rules and regulations that ile Police Officers appointed
under the Ordinance to which this is a supplemert, are now
subje-t to, and shall perform the same duties as are required
by the said Ordinance. HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First Branch.
BOB. HOWARD,
President of ithe Second Branch,
Approved March Hlth, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.
No. 16.
An Ordinance to provide for the payment of sundry expenses
of the City Court of Baltimore, and for the city eoor in the
Poor House ef Baltimore city and county.
Section 1. Be it enacted and ordained by the Mayor and City
Council of Baltimore, That the sum of three cents on every
hundred dollars worth of assessable property in the city of
Baltimore, and in like proportion for any greater or less a-
mount, be and the same is hereby levied and imposed for the
year eighteen hundred and forty-orie, for tie payment of the
salaries of tihe Associate Judge of Baltimore City Court, and
all thie expenses incurred in the administration of justice
therein, as said expenses shall be ascertained and certified ur-
der the authority of said court.
Sec. 2. And be it enacted ard ordained, That the sum of
four and onue-ialf cents on every hundred dollarsworth of the
same property, and in like proportion for any les or greater
amount, be and thie same is hereby levied and imposed ror the
year eighteen hundred and forty one, for ther uiopse of de-
fraying the expenses of the city poor in the Poor House of
Bahltimore city and county, as the said expenses shall be as-
certained and certified by the Trustees of the Poor of iali-
more city and eounty-t'rovided, the said Trustees account
annually with the Mayor and Crty Counil of Baltimore fr
the disbursement of all monies received by them in virtue of
their trust from the Corporation of Baltimore for the use of
the poor ofsaid city.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted andordained, That the taxes
hereby imposed shall be collected and paid ii the manner pre-
scribed by the laws of the State and ordinaee of this Corpo-
ration, and the RIegister of the city shall pay to the two Asso-
ciate Judges of the City Court their salaries, and shall also pay
the expenses of the Court and the expenses of tie city poor,
and the several respective officers and persons who nay be
entitled to receive tie samne.
HENRY SNYDER
President of the First B ranch.
ROB. HOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.
Approved March 15th, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.
No. 17.
An Ordir.ance to lay and collect a direct tax for the repairs
of highways and Bridges in certain parts of the City of Bai-
timnore.
Section 1. Beit F.I-...'- ..,/.,t' the Mayorand City
CouncilofBaltinmo'-", ",'I ,i i..rith. ).nr eighteen hundred
and lorty one a direct Tax oftwo cents small be and is hereby
laid and imposed on every hundred dollars f nlhouses and
lands in the City of Baltimire laying without the limits ofdi-
rect Taxaiilion and within tie exterior limits ofsaid city, ani
in proportion for any greater or less sum. And tire said direct
tax shall be laid and collected in the same naaner as now
provided with respect toother direct taxes which the Mayor
and City Council are now aulborised to impose, and theten-
ants i, possession shall be liable to the payment Ofsaid tax
oipon tile premises so occupied by them without its a operating
however, to alter the niatuie of contracts between land hold;
ers and tenants.
Sec. 2. And be it enacted and ordained, That the tax thus
levied and collected, shall be expended under the direction
of the City Commissioners with the approiation of the '
for the purpose of making and repairing such of te i an ,
highs ,...i i. ... the limits, subject to the pre-
sent .. it.n iit,1,. ll deer most important to the
puImblic necessity and convenience unless otherwise directed
by ordinance or resolution .. .i i.. t. a, --...-
sum than two hundred di .1 i -hI1- i tl r I,
erection of anyone bridge vi aiti, Ii' .
HENRY SNYDER,
President of the First Branch.
ROB. HIOWARD,
President of the Second Branch.
Approved March 17th, 1841.
SAM. BRADY, Mayor.

DOYLE'S EVER LUCKY OFFICE,
NO. 24 PRATT STREET,
Oppoitie the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot.
A S IS USUA L at this truly lucky office we had
lhe pleasure of furnishing our friends and patrons
with numerous capital and minor prizes in the Vnrgi.
nia Leesburg Lottery, class D drawn oit Saturday,
March 27th. Comb. 9 18 62, a prize of $500; comb.
17 42 74,a prize of $200. The following arelthe drawn
Nos :-6'2 40 1 42 2 17 9 14 18 7 58 74 55-Lowest
prize $10.
On FRIDAY, Consolidated Lotteries of Maryland.
Two Capital prizes of $10,000. Tickets $5, shares
in proportion.
On SATURDAY, the splendid Virginia Wellsburg
Lottery, class D. will be drrwn at Alexandria.
GRAND SCHEME.
I PRIZE OF $30,000 1 PRIZE OF $3,000
1 do. 10,000 1 do. 2,500
1 do. 6,000 1 do. 2,195
1 do. 6,000125 do. 2,00
Tickets $10,-shares in proportion.
0-For sale in the greatest variety of ucky numbers
by ine package, single ticket, or shse at MICHAEL
DOYLES', Lottery and I \x-. i,-..' N..n Pratt
street, opposite tile Baltii.,;. I li DI e-
pot, Baltimore. Orders per mail addressed as above
will receive prompt altenhion. mh 30
SPRING MILLINERY
MRS. B. CRANE.
NO. 20 LEXINGIt(IN STREET.
W ILL OPEN ON THURSDAY. April lsf,
PARIS M I LLINERY, Spring Fashions, con-
sistine of FRENCH Sl'RA S, mewstyle; RIBBON
FLOWERS; CAPS, &c. &c. mh 30 d4t
MISS L. DORSEY 114, It--LTII'liItE ST.
W ILL OPEN M1iLINERY ON SATUf-
DAV, 3d April 4t ap I
N/US, MOORE has now a vacancy for FOUR
i1. YOUNG LADIES to learn the FASHIONA-
BLE DRESS MAKING. Early application will be
necessary, as the a'love number only will be received
mh 30 HOLLIIDAY ST. opposite the Theatre.
-X MADAME DEVI LLE
1-`"*- Will open on THURSDAY, the

.. I'" 1st April, several eases STRAW
and other PARIS
SCARFS, LACES, Chentilla
SHAWLS, &c at No. 4 South at. mh 30 d
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
MRS. H, A. TAYLOR
will open Spring Millnery on
~TUESDAY lbs 6th iant to-
gether with a very hanuisome
assortment of Fancy GOODS,
consisting of very handsome
Brocha SHAWLS, fills Gloves
and Mitt together with a
great virty which she ear-
nestly solicits the Ladies to call and see, S. W, cor-
ner of Frederick and Baltimore streets,
ap 1 4t PR
DRY GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH h
OP TO PUNCTUAL CUSTOMERS ON TIME
COUNTRY MERCHANTS & OTHERS
are invited to call and examine our stock hetore
they purchase--consisting o, FNGLISH,FRENCH,
GERMAN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.-Bargains
will be giver.. BARRY & HURST,
Corner of Liberty and Baltimore streets.
mtl 27 OR EALE.-A very superior AWNING
,'RAME and Awning at No. 272 Baltimore at,-
'Enquire of GEO. BAUGHMAN & CO.
mh 27 if 207 Ballimore at.


EXTRA WOOL DYED BLACK CASSI-
MERES-A choice lot of wool black CASSI-
MERES, suitable lor the merchant tailor and city
trade-just received from the Middlesex Manufactur-
ing Company, and forsale by
ALEXANDER TURNBULL,
mh 31 d6t? P 175 Baltimore st.
G ROUND RENTS-$4,000will be tmmedi-
alely invested on approved Ground Rents. Ap-
ply at 160" Baltimore street, (upstairs.)
inh 31 41?
$ei500 a-.B; INVESTED IN AP-
e PROVEDGROUND RENTS.
Enquire at this office. mh30 4t
SRAIFTS ON BOSTON, at sight, in surs to
U suit purchasers, hor sale by
PAIRO & BROTHER,
nmh 29 d6t 168 Bairn. st
SEW YOKk. & PtiLADIELPHIA EX-
CHANGE, and ii Bank NO'ES, wanted
by CARlEl, MORTON & CO.
mh 30 135 Balno st.
SIGHT DRAFT tN NEW VOItK. I r
sale by LD) IN l il. ,IN.
mb 31 P 12 Cminerce St.
ALTIMORE & 01110 RAIL ROAD
NOTES-Wanted by H. %IGMAN,
ap 1 opposite Post Office.
Hi-SAPEAKE&OIIIO CANAL SCRIP
--Wanted uy H. WIGMAN,
ap 1 opposite Post Office.
XCiIANGEi FOR. 447 on ,. ,,a,.r
sale by 'THOMAS P' IH, P,
ap 1 No.9 Bowly's whf.
rIf KEASUJILY N TuT.-$2,J00f or sale by
WisLSON & HERR,
ap 1 3td 71 73 1rwly's wharf.
SECIlE--$800 ii a Specie Cfec ; for sale by
S, THOMAS PEIRCE,
ap I No. 9 Bowly's wharf.
FRANKLIN BANK FUN DS, hor sale by
S ap 1 JOHNSTON & LEE.
t 1" 1- "--i u r' I r. II .) i ll i. ', i -si 3
a apI JttH NStI'N & LEE.
SIIILA & DELAWARE FUN V,, waited
ant) by JOHNSTON& LEE.
0,9b -AMERICAN GOLD, for
$ ) O sale by
ap i JOHNSTON & LEE.
i.'l, la0-6PER CI. 'I'REAS-
11tibP 001 URYNOTES, of' recent
date, for sale by JOHNSTON & LEE.
ap 1 __ _
E N GRAVlNGS-We have on handa large as-
sortment of Englishand FrenchENGRAVINGS
which we will sell at reduced prices.
T. PALMER &CO.
ap I P 2t 108 & 108- Baltimorest.
OZ,BARNABY RUDGE,N .2,byDick
ens, for sale by
KNIGHT & COLBURN.
mh 30 3t P 174 Baltimore st
NO. 10 LIGHTSI'REET WHARF.
HORNTON & EARECKSON respectfully
inform Small Dealers they have a general as-
sortment of GROCERIES, which they would pleased
to sell on low terms and in small lots. mh 12
W OST-Some time since, a Lepine WATCH, No.
J 594, silver dial, with edges of the case gold, made
by Berthow k Brother, for which the finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving it at tlia office.
mh 2 2aw4t*


PiSOLIC LE1i'.
By Hoffimans Co.
NO. 6 NORTH CHARLES STREET.
C LOTH SALE.-THIS MORNING. 2d April,
at 9s o'clock, on second floor of on Warehouse,
we will sell-
50 PIECES Fine, Super and Extra Super
5 CLOTHS & CASSIMERES, mostly sui-
ted to the tradeso Merchant Tailors.
HOFFMANS & CO.

PACKAGE SALE.
O N TUESDAY MORNING, 6th April, at 9"
o'clock, on the second floor of our warehouse,
we will sell
PIPC PACKAGES SPRING DRY GOODS,
Ol99P most of which were received by the Bel-
iedra antd Philadelphia, trom Liverpool.
mh 31 HOFFMANS & CO.
By lenry Beadel Xf o.
No. 11 GERMAN STREET.
PACKAGESALE.
OPN SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 3d instat
3 o'clock on the third floor of the warehouse, we
will sell-
15 PACKAGES BRITISH, FRENCH
1A AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
Catalogues will be prepared and the goods arranged
for examination early on the morning of the day
sale. ap 1 P H. BEADEL &CO.
By I. W. ool,
60 BALTIMORE STREET'.

Jm A 2 STORY BRICK DWELLING
rr on Pearl street,within one door ofPark Lane,
t.l and the Furniture of said House, at auction,
commencing at 10 o'clock on TUESDA YMORN-
ING, April 6th, 1841, with the DWELLING, atwo
story brick, about 18I feet front, 60 teet deep, replete
with every convenience, and may be examined by
applying to Mrs. Bulger, on the premises.
Immediately afterwarris, at I o'clock or there-
abouts, trie FURNITURE, at auction, all the con-
tents of this Dwelling, of the very best make, such as
a sideboard; a spring seat sofa, made by Needles,
cost $60; cane seat chairs; dining rnd tea tables; car-
pets; rugs; andirons and brasses; crockery; looking
glass, &c. The Beds and Bedding are good.
ap 2 3t H.W. BOOL, Auct.
M ONEOFTHM
ONEOP THE MOST VALUABLE
PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THIS CITY
S AT AUCTION.-The LotofGround corner
of Eutaw ,nrd Monument streets, on MONDAY AF-
TERNOON, 5th of April, at5 o'clock, on the premi-
ses; 116 teet on Eutaw ant 140 on Monument street,
on which is a frame Dwelling occupied by Mr. Fris-
by. The lot has three fronts, sufficient room for 20
comfortable buildings. Terms at sale.
In anticipation, a large Lumber Yard and its con-
tents; a Coachmaker'a Establishment, and some 20
different Vehicles, Tools, &c. &c.
mh 22 mws3t H.W. BOOL, Auct.
TO WATCHMAKERS, DEALERS, &c.
Splendid English gold lever watches; an-
chor escapements; lepines, &c. &c. at my Auction
Store.
On (TUESDAY) NEXT, April 6, 1841, at 10 o'-
clock,-the most splendid assortment of gold and
silver watches ever offered in the city, consisting of
about 60 English double bottom gold levers of various
well known anti approved makers, such as Tobias,R.
& G. Beesly, Johnson & Harrison, plain and lull jew-
eled with gold and enamelled dials; a fine assortment
of anchor escapements; also some very splendid le-
pines and duplex watches; a lot of fine double bot-
tom silver watches. Also horizontal escapemenis;
and a large variety of watches well suited for the
trade. Two diamond rings; gold fob and guard chains;
silver pencils; German do; with a variety of goods
suitable for tne trade who are invited to attend.-
Catalogues will be ready on Friday, and the goods
can be examined the morning of sale.
ap IH H.W. BOOL, Auct.
UMBER, LUMBER-AT AUCTION-20,-
S000 feet Seasoned White Pine Lumber, shall sell
on FRIDAY MORNING, April 2d, 1841,at 11, at
the Maryland Coal Company's Yard, corner Light
and Lee Street-the above article in Lots to suit.-
The Lumber is well seasoned and can be used forth-
with, and may be now examined. A credit of 60 days
of all sums over $30, and over $50-90 days with ap-
proved paper.
ALSO-25 bushels of Cloverseed a PRIME AR-
TICLE.
iSy J. I. Gross.
OLD TOWN AUCTION STORE, No, 88, COR.
NER OF N. GAY AND FRONT STREETS.
VALUABLE HIGH STREET PROPER-
TY-Executors Sale-I will:sell on TUES-
DAY 20th April at 4 o'clock on the premises that
Highly Valuable LOTOF GROUND situate on the
west side of High street between Gay and Low sts.
and directly opposite the Cross Keys and Horse
Tavern. The Lot fronts High street 30 feet more or
less and runs back about 116 feet to alley. The im-
provements are a large Frame Dwelling house
in good repair and on the centre of the lot aI
t l -tiry Brick Building, and on the rear of the
Lot a Brick Lime house which is rented at $20 per
annum. The property is in tee simple. Terms one
third cash the balance at 6 and 9 months with inter-
est. AMUEL WILSON. Executor.
mh 24 PS eo J. 1. GROSS Auct.

AYETTE ST. PROPERTY--I will sell
by order of the Orphans' Court for Baltimore
County, on MONDAY, the 5th April, at 4 o'cock P.
M. on the premises LOT OF GROUND on the
north side of Fayette st. near Pine st. fronting 25 feet
on Fayette street and running backabout 80 leet, with
all the improvements, being a new Two Story
BRICK HOUSE, with basement, aniwell
ft arranged for a genteel family. Subject to a
ground rent of $50 per annum.
Terms of sale cash, balance on credit of 6,8 and
12 months, with interest and approved security; being
part of the personal estate of Robert Chambers, de-
ceased. MARTHA CHAMBERS, Adm'x.
mh 24 eots S J.I. GROSS, Auct.
N EAT PURNiTURE.-I will sell on FRI-
DAY, April 2nd, at 10 o'clock, on the South east
corner of Saratoa and Calvert streets, near the City
Spring, a lot of GENTEEL FURNITURE, the pro-
perty of a family leaving the city, and in part:-- Pi-
ano Forte; sett ., ,a.-n .I..g Tables; I splen.
did Looking Glass, very large size; beautiful Sofa;
cane seat Chairs; Andirons; Plated Ware; Shovel and
Tongs; Carpets; Bureaus; Wash Stands; feather Beds;
Bedding; Stair Rods; Window Blinds; Passage Lai,;
&c.,with Furniture for culinary purposes. Terms
cash. hJ.I. GROSS, Auct.
mh 31 S
VALUABLE DWELLNAD TR
--I will sell on SATURA,3Aplt
o'clock at the Exchange, that Valuabie LOT OF
GROUND, situate on the corner of Charles street,
and Guilford, alley, and fronts 26 feet 8 inches on
Charles street, running back 75 feet-improved by a
k double two story Brick STORE and DWEL-
I .LING, arranged for two Houses. On the rear
""ff "'ofthe last there is also a two story Brick
Dwelling HOUSE,arranged and built for two houses.
The property has been and is under rent for the last
year to punctual tenants at $275 per annum. Ground
rent on the whole property $26.67. The above pro-
perty is increasing in value daily, and the location is
considered as one of the best in ihe neighborhood for
a store.
Terms, one-half cash, balance in six and nine
months with interest. J.I. GROSS, Auct.
mh 30
BtICKS, BRICKS.
U~.' L~qlU/ ['[ OO [] l BRICKS, ready for deliv-.
490.0 ery, of the various kinds in
nse, are offered for sale by the subscriber, who takes
this method to intorm his friends and the publictbat
he continues in the BRICK MAKING BUSINESS,
and respectfully solicits a continuance of public ia-
n0.0O0 FIRST QUALITY PRESS
BRICKS, sale lw for cash.
mh 26 law4t MICHAEL WARNER, Jr.
3 TO 400I000 BRICKS.---The
subscriber has for
sale, at the lowest market prices and terms from 3
to 400,000 BRICKS of the rious qualities in use-


at present orders will be received at No. 148 South
Sharp street, or at his yard on Moale's Point, and
after the 15th of lMay next at Canton also, where he
will their have a Yard well stocked, and whence
Bricks can be taken by water to any part of the U-
nited Slates. S.H. rHILLIPS.
mnh30 S 2aw2w
---ROUND RENTS WANTED,-Iam s-
'% thorised to purchase $10 or $12,000 worth of
well secured GROUND RENTS. Those having
such for sale, will please call on the subscriber, at his
Office, No. 13 Law Builtings,-who has HOUSES
FOR SALE, and LOTS TO LEASE in various parts
of the city. F.G. WATERS
Property and Commission Agent.
ramh 15 P law4tif
tJEMOVAL.
J CROSBY has removed from Commerce street
9 to NO. 40 SOUTH CHARLES ST., West
side, 4 doors from Lombard st. apI
S UPERIO IRS1 I LINENS-Just received
if rom auction a lot of undressed Irish Linens ofa
very superior make, stout atnvery fine. Persons
in want of a first rate article can be supplied. at a very
moderate price. Also Long Cloth ltinnn%, English
and American, of tire very best quality and make at
JOSHUA ROYSTON'S,
No. 57 Balto. St. I door above
ap I P Tripolelts Alley.
A FAMILY of the highest respectability residing
in one of the most pleasant locations of the city
wishing to increase their income, and having rooms
unoccupied, will receive two Ladies, or a Married
Gentleman and Lady, oftheir own standing. Ad-
ress F. C D. through the Post Office. fe 3-eotf
ACON. BUTTER. &c-
26,000 lbs. Middlings BACON A part heavy
15,000 Ibs. Shoulders do 5 and of an excel.
lent quality
15,000 lbs. Hog Round do Fair size and firs
quality
2,000 Ibs.Joles do
7 bbls. ROLL BUTTER
Tennessee Feathers, CORN BROOMS
The above in store and will be sold on fair terms by
JOHN C. CLARKE,
mh 29 eod4t No. 33 North Howard st.


NEW PACKED BEEF.-
200 bbls. family Mess BEEF ) Of a superior
100 do and u bbls do (quality, fincorn
100 do prime do ted cattle. For
50 do No. 1 do o sale by
JOHN HARDY,
West Baltimore street and Franklin square.
Or at his stalls at any of the market houses on mar-
ket days. mh I 2awtlstMa
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. -PITTBURG
A. & S. Bailie, )
mh 18 eo20t?
5OR HIRE-A healthy colored GIRL. 14 years
of age-a situation in the country would bepre-
ferred. For further particulars enquire at this office.
mh 31 eo2w


PUBLIC SALES.
By R. .Lemmon & Co.
T HIS DAY, April 2d, at 11 o'clock, atthe auc-
tion stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of
the ship Roanoke-
94]7 BAGS RIO GREEN COFFEE,
39- tw -Catalogues will be prepared and the
samples may be examined the day before the sale.
Will be added to the sale THIS DAY-
1 5 HHDS. CUBA MOLASSES, receiv-
105 ed per brig New York
R. LEMMON' CO.
ON TUESDAY the 6th April at II o'clock, at the
Auction stores on Buchanan's wharf, the cargo of the
schr. Fountain, consisting of-
S H1111JUS. and 11 tierces Porto Rico SUGAR,
A LSO.
Remaining of the Water Witch cargo-
1 HHDS PORTO RICO SUGAR.
IIDaptIR. L. k CO.
VALUABLE NORTH CHARLES ST.
DWELLING-On WEDNESDAY, Aprilth,
at one o'clock at the Exchange. that eligible Dwel-
An ling, lately occupied by W. H. D. C. Wright,
ftM Esquire. It fronts 27 test on N. Charles street,
I!- *nearly opposite to the Cathedral, has two sto-
ries with a basement, besides a cellar under the base-
ment story. The Lot runs back 137 feet more or less
to an alley, on which there is also a Stable and Car-
riage House. The whole subject to an annual ground
rent of $39. Terms liberal, and will be made known
at timedo sale. R. LEMMON &CO.
mh 29
By R. .f. Rail Co.
NO. 24 SOUTH CHARLES STREET.
UPERB FURNITURE.-ON FRIDAY
Is NEXT, the 9th inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M, at the
DWELLING, situated on East Baltimore st. and op-
poaite the 2d Presbyterian Church, we will sell the
furniture of a family retiring to the countrv;consisting
of superb velvet wilton carpets; brussels, passage and
stair carpeting, and brass stair rods.splendid French
plate; pier looking glass; one beautiful Italian marble
pedestal; mahogany hair seat chairs; rose wood centre
table with marble slab, mahogany centre table; one
pair lounges; one rose wood sofa covered with cut
velvet; one rosewood beaded chair, with velvet cush-
ions; one pair doottoinans; 4 mahogany hair covered
window seats; 6 splendid engravings in gilt trainee; I
oil painting; candnlabras; lamps; andirons; cane bot.
torn and mahogany rocking chairs, set gothic chairs;
bureaus; washstands; beds and bedding;mahogany and
other bedsteads; set china, silver ware. viz forks and
spoons; silver mounted bread basket; plated waiters,
cut glass &c. Also kitchen utensils. Catalogues will
be ready and the house open tor inspection of the fur-
niture on Thursday, the 8th inst.
ap 2-dts P R.M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
LOT OF GROUND ON CATHEDRAL
STREET.-On THURSDAY, the 8th inst. a' 4
o'clock, P. M. on the premises, we willsell a LOT
OF GROUND, beginning 125 feet from a corner form-
ed by the north side of Tyson and west side of Cath-
edral street; thence on Cathedral street to a 20 feet
alley 120 feet to the east side ofsaid alley, thence pa-
rallel with said alley 25 leet; thence at right angles
with said alley and west sideof Cathedral street 25
feet to the place of beginning. Terms at Sale.
mh31 eo3tds S R.M. HALL&CO.Auct.
ACKAGESALEOF ENGLISH GLASS
WARE AND PUTTY.-On THURSDAY
NEXT, the 8th inst. at 10o'clocl, A.M.,at the auc-
tion rooms, we shall sell a large quantity of NEW-
CASTLE GLASS WARE, as cut, flutedJ pint tum-
bles, ground cut tumblers, bowl wines fluted; one
fifth quart and W pint best and tale tumblers; Wines,
ground bottoms; cut and plain Decanters; French
Lamp Chimnies; Lotus 5, 6 and7 inch Moons; Globe
Lamps; Carboys with Spiral Stoppers; 8, 9 and 10
inch Astral Shades; Druggists Ware, asgraduated
drop, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 12, 16 and 24 oz measures, &c. &c.
ALSO, 11 casks English Putty
Cotalogues of the above valuable lot of Glass Ware
will be prepared and ready for delivery at our rooms
No. 24 South Charles street, two days previous to the
sale.
Terms-All sums of $100 and under, cash; sums
over $100 a credit of four months for approved en-
dorsed notes. R.M. HALL & CO. Aucts.
apI P d
N FRIDAY NEXT, the 2nd April at 10o'-
0 clock, A. M. at our Auction room, No.24 South
Charles street, we will sell an assortment of Furni-
ture, consisting of one set very superior mahogany
dining tables suitable for a hotel or boarding house;
mahogany bureaus; sideboard; rocking and parlour
chairs; beaded cushioned chair; cane seat and wind-
sor chairs; high back, stuffed chamber chair; Brussels
carpet and carpeting ot rich pattern with border to
match; mattresses; 0. G. clocks with brass works: 8
day wood work clocks; lot of second hand clothing,
&c. &c., and one mahogany counting house desk.
Also, one press for copying letters suitable for
counting house use; iron chests and secretaries; one
grand piano, second hand; 200 hot house sashes, to ar-
rive on Thursday; 2 substantial carts and harness, and
2 ploughs; 1 case razor hones, and a variety of mis.
cellaneous articles not enumerated.
mh 31 dts R.M. HALL&CO.Auct.

RPHANS' COURT SALE.-On TUES-
0 DAY NEXT, the 6th inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M.
under the direction of the administrator, we will sell
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS of Mrs. A. Jenkins, de.
ceased, consisting of very handsome Brussels carpets;
passage, stair and chamber carpets; sets ofvery rich
satin damask window curtains with cornices and bands
complete, cost $250; mahogany rocking and parlor
chairs; sofa; pier table; cellaret; wardrobe; book case;
hat rack; and one six and half octave piano forte, with
metalic plate, &.c,; pier glasses; candalabras; passage
lamp, of cut glass, with fixtures; china and glassware;
1 very large blue India dinner set, about 200 ps; 1 eight
day clock in a high mahogany case; beds and bed-
steads; parlor grate; fire sets; and a general assortment
oi Kitchen Furni ure, &c. This furniture isofthe
very best quality, substantially made and in prime or-
der. Catalogues will be ready, and the house which
is situated in Green street, three dors north of Sarato.
ga street, will be open for the inspection of the furni-
ture on Monday, the 5th April, at 11 o'clock.
mh31 dts P R.M. HALL& CO. Aucts.
By J. F. Osbourn 4 Co.
No. 32. S. CHARLES STREET.
OOKS, Stationary and Store Fixtures, on SA-
TURDAY MORNING, April3, at10 at86 Bal.
timore st. we will sell the balance of the Books and
Stationary on hand, and all the articles uncalled Ion
since the last sale. Among the fixtures are a glass
case, a caseof draws and other articles useful in a
Book Establishment or retail store of any kind.-
Terms cash in bankable funds
ap 2 P J .F. OSBOURN.
All sales attended with promptness.

FASHIONABLE CLOTHING-We will
sell at our Store on TUESDAY, April 6th,at 10,
the stock of an Eastern Clothing Establshment, com.
rising all the variety of Gentlemen's wear of the
latest ard most lashionable style; such as blue and
black frock coats; blue, black, ohi/e, ard invisible
green dress coats, cloth and cassimere pantaloons, of
various colours, with open and close fronts; silk and
satin vests; marseilles do; valencia do. The assort-
ment is worthy the attention of all who want a fash-
ionable and well made article of dress. Will ie added
to the sale a few mi'sits from a Merchant Tailor of
this city. Additions received to the sale and cash ad-
vances made. Terms at sale. Bankable tunds.
mh 30 P J.JF. OSBOURN & CO.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-By virUe of a
decree of Bal'imore County Court sitting in
1E Equity, the undersigned, as Trustee, will offer
at public sale, on FRIDAY, the 2d day of April next,
at 4 o'clock, P. M.,on the premises, the following
property:-
A LOT OF GROUND, situate on the west aideof
Lerew's Alley, beginning at a point distant 150 test
from the southwest corner of said alley and Franklin
street, fronting 35 feet on Lerew's alley, and running
back 75 leet, subject to an annual ground rent of one
cent, it demanded. This Lot is improvedby a two-
story FRAME and a two-story BRICK DWELL-
ING H/OUSE, and has the privilege of an alley, run-
ning from the back part of the Lot into Howard at.-
The Houses will be s~ld separately, it it should be
found desirable.


Also, a LOT OF GROUND, situate on the southern
side of Ross street, near its intersection with Eutaw
street; fronting 20 feet on Ross street, with a depth of
from 34 to 50 feet, and subject to an annual ground
rent of fifteen dollars. This Lot is improved by a
handsome two-story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
with a back building, being the second house from
the southwestern intersection of Ross and Eutaw
streets; and with the sole privilege of an alley run-
ning from the yard into Ross street.
The Title to the above property may be examined
upon application to the Trustee.
Terms of sale are, one-half in cash, and the balance
on a credit of six months, with security to be approv-
ed by the Trustee. WM. F. FRICK, Trustee.
mh 10 2aw2w3awlw&ds
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
BY VIR'i UE of a Decree of the High Court of
Chancery, the subscriber, as Trustee, will offer
for sale at public auction, on the second day ofApril,
at one o'clock, P. M., at the Baltimore Exchange
all that part of the Lot of Ground distinguishedon the
general Plat of the city of Baltimore as No. 83, which
is contained within the following limits, vi: Begin-
ning for the same on the west side of Gay street and
at the southwest corner of the whole lot No. 83, and
running thence eastwardly eighty-two and a halt feet,
thence northwardly forty feet, thence westwardly
eighty.two and half feet to Gay street, thence bound-
ing on Gay street forty feet to the place of beginning;
together with the buildings and improvements thereon
erected.
SThe improvement on the property is a two
*Ajsiory Brick HOUSE, now occupied by A.
JIUM Mathiot as a CHAIR FACTORY. The
situation of this property, being but a few doors north
of Baltimore street, considerably enhances its value.
The title may be examined on application tothe Trus-
tee.
Terms of sale by the decree as follows-one half of
the purchase money to bepaid in three months from
the day of sale, with interestfrom the day of sale, the
remaining halt in four equal payments of two, three,
fourand five years, with interest on each payment,
half yearly from the day ofsale, to besecured by bond
or note with security to be approved by the Trustee
CHAS. Z. LUCAS,
mh 13 2awts No. 2 St. Paul's st.


T HE BALTIMORE LITERARY AND
RELIGIOUS MAGAZINE, FOR APRIL-
Contenos.-A calm description of the Lawfulness,
Scripturalnesa, and Expediency of Ecclesiastical
Boards; Molinism, No. 4; The right of ruling Elders
in the Presbyterian Church, to lay on hands, in all
Presbylerial Ordinations; Incestuous Marriages; Opi-
nions of Martin Luther; Foreign Labours in the Abo-
lition Controversy, No. 8; Glasgow Discussion, Fifth
Night; Mr. Thompson's charges against the Churches
of America, Friday, June 17th, 1836; Thoughts on the
conversion of the World; The Deacon, an Inquiry
into the nature, duties and exercise ofthe office ofthe
Deacon, in the Christian Church, by James M. Wil-
son A. M., Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Con-
gregation, Philadelphia; Papism in the 19th century
in the United States, being Select Contributions to
the papal controversy during 1835-40, by R. J. Breck-
inridge, D. D. Notices, receipts, accounts, answers to
letters, &c. extra; Letter to Rob't Wickliffe, Esq. of
Lexington, Ky., preliminary to a defence against his
second speech of 1840. Just published and for sale by
D. OWEN & SON,
ap 12 North Gay street.


PUBLIC lAjjo.


By Iim. G. Harrison
O'DONNELL'S WHARF.
O N THURSDAY NEXT, the8th inst. at 11
o'clock at the Warehouses O'Donneli'a wharf,
the cargo of schr. Joshua Brown from Msyarutz-
1S HH3DS. PORTO RICOSUGAR,
1 4 represented of superior quality, being part
ef the "Nadal and La Dolores" brands-
45 hhds. P. Rico MOLASSES,
ALSO
70 hhds. Cuba Muscovado SUGAR
70 do. P. Rico Sugar, remaining of the Ruby's
cargo
130 hhds. Cuba MOLASSES.
ap 2 WM. G. HARRISON.
By Furlong & Fanning.
Corner of Lombard and South Charles Streets.
N EW AND SECOND HAND FURNI-
TURE.--Watches; Clocks; Jewelry; German
Silver Ware; Boots; Segars; Cheese; Mclsses, &c.,
&c, on SATURDAY MORNING, April 3d, at 10
o'clock, at our sales Rooms.
Boots-A few cases superior Boots.
Furniture-Tables and Wash Stands; Rocking aid
Nurse Chairs; Bedsteads; Tables; Safe, &r. &.
Watches-1I superior Silver Lever Watch; I do Re-
peating do.
Clocks-I superior Manlel Clock, 21 days; 6do brass
Clocks; 1 do Bevil Wooien do.
Jewelry; pens; Pencils; Spoons; Scissors; Breast-
pins, Seals; Rings; Chains; Keys; Thimbles, Wasch-
guards; Steel Pens; Pencils; best Chairs, &c,, &c.; a
great variety.
Carpeting-An invoice superior Ingrain and Kid.
derminster Carpets.
Cheese-A few dozen superior Cheese.
New Orleans Molasses-Will be added to our sale
an invoice superior New Orleans Molasses, in bbls
and hhds.
On TUESDAY NEXT, a very large assortment of
rich China and Queensware, Dining and Tea and
Toilet Sets; Coffee's, &c. &c.
ap 2 FURLONG & FANNING.
ICH CHINA, FANCY & PORCELAIN
WARE.-6 richgilt iron-stone fancy China Din-
ner Settls, from Ridgeway's manutactory. Also an
assortment of rich gilt China Tea Setts, plato and
fancy; Custard Cups; Soap Boxes and Brush Trays;
China ornaments, Foot Baths and Slop Jars; Toilet
Setts, fancy and plain; White French Chins Coin-
portiers; India China Coffees, a good article,gold band
and fancy ; Basins and Pitchers-Blue and Drab
Stone China Butter Dishes and Drainers-together
with a general and splendid assortment o FANCY
WARE,
N. B.-The above will be exposed for private-Tags-
until Tuesday, April 6th, at which time they will be
offered at public sale, by
FURLONG &FANNING,
No. 46 S. Charles st. corner of Lombard at.
apl d P
By Wevter, i annon i' Co.
No. 28 SOOTH CHARLES STREET.
DRYGOODSCLOTHING, COACH LA
CES, &c.-On FRIDAY MORNING April 2n,
at 10 o'clock, on the 3d floor four Warehouoe No. -,
South Charlesst., we will sell without resery toco-
ver advances, a well selected stock of Piece an Cut
DRYGOODS. We mention in part, Cloths; Cassi.
meres; Cassinets; Vestings, Cotton and Silk Hosiery;
Mouslin ton and Kid Gloves; Ribbons; Irish Linens; Silks; Sa-
tins; Spool Cottons; Laces; Summer Wear; White and
other Flannels; Canton do, &c. &c. Alo, a small in-
voice of green, white and Lilac and Coachmalkr's
Lace and Black Tassels.
ALSO,
READY MADE CI.OTHING.-Precisely at It
o'clock same day, we will proceed and sell to close a
concern, a valuable lot o ready made CLOTHING.
consisting of Dress Coats; Frock do; Pantaloons; Silk
and other Vests; Drawers; Shirts; Suspenders; Stocks
&c. Terms cash in bankable money.
mh30 PCS WEVER, CANNON & CO.Auct.
INVOICE OF FINE TABLE CUTLERY,PEN
KNIVES, RAZORS. and SILVER PENCIL CA.
SES-Will be added to our sale of Dry Goods and
Clothing on FRIDAY, April 2d, and sold precisely
at 12 o'clock, an invoice containing 175 dozen fine ta-
ble Cutlery; 24 dozen pearl handle pen knives, 100
cards do; 12 doz Razers; 75 dozen silver pencil cases
assorted sizes. Terms ot sale, all sums under $180
cash; over $100 a creditofr4 months will be given
for approved endorsed notes.
mh 31 PC WEVER, CANNON& CO. Aucts.
I O BARRELS TANNERS OIL, without
S reserve.-On SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
pril 3, at 3 o'clock, in front of the Warehouse of Mr.
H. W. Giay, in Camden, between Light and Charles
streets, we will sell 40 barrels of good Tanners Oil,
in lots to suit purchasers.
Terms cash in bankable money.
mh 30 ts WEVER, CANNON & CO. Auct,
IMPORTED FRUIT TREES AT ALUC.
TION.-On SATURDAY MORNING 3d April,
at 10 o'clock, we will sell at our sales rooms,lo. 28
South Charles st., 4000 imported Fruit Trees, consist-
ing of Pear, Apple, Pach, Plum and Cherry Trees.-
These Trees have been carefully selected from one of
the most distinguished nurseries in Europe, anr have
teen imported as Stock Trees for a large nursery-
They are now growing at the Rockdale Mills, about
21 miles from the city. Persons wishing to procure,
before our sale, some of these valuable trees, can be
accommodated by applying to Mr. .uther J. Cox,Pa.
cast. Terms cash in bankable money.
mh30 ts WEVER, CANNON &CO. Auct.

EXTENSIVE FURNITURE ESTAB-
LISHMENT, AT AUCTION.-We wid sell
on TUESDAY MORNING the 6th of April, at 10
o'clock, we will sell without reserve at the Furniture
Warerooms No. 41 North Howardstreet, directly op-
posite the Warehouse of Messrs. Reyoldsand MI,,-
her, the very extensive assortment o" new'and se
cond hand Furniture, &c. belonging to ,i. -' ';-n-
and Eytinge who are about changing hr-ir bu nir...
We enumerate as part, Mahogany Spring Seat Solas
of various patterns; Mahogany Chairs do; Pier and
Centre Tables, with and without Marble Tops, Sons
Tables do; Pillar and Clow Dining, Breakfast, End
and Card do, Pedestals; Ladies Dressing Cabinets;
Column and Plain Bureaus; Secretaries and Book
Cases; Sideboards; Work Stands; Mahogany Ward-
robes; imitation do; Cane and Windsor Seat Chairs;
Spring Seat Rocking Chairs; Ottomans; large ex-
tension Tables, with extra Leaves; Maple Cribs;
High and Low Post Mahogany and other Bedsteads;
one upright Piano-Forte, extra keys, and band com-
plete; Bronze and Brass fire Sets; Pier and Mantle
and Toilet Glases, Ahsal Lamps; Mantle Ornaments;
Carpets; Feather Beds; Hair Matresses, &c. &c
PLATED AND GLASS WARE, viz.-Silver pla-
ted and edged Waiters; Cake and Fruit Basketsdo;
Branch and other Candlesticks; Snuffers and Trays;
Silver Plated Urng, &c. Heavy Cut Decanters, Cc.
series do; Pitchers do; Cut Glass Centre Bowls; Dish-
es; Tumblers; Wines; Champagnes, &c. lbe whole
composing almost every article pertaining to that
line of business. Al"s.elte fixtures belonging ho the
store, viz-Glass shew cases: Desks, &c.
The Furniture, &c. can be examined on any day
previous to the sale, which is to be, without reserve,
for cash, is bankable money.
WEVER, CANNON & CO. Aucts.
mh 29PC
The above Warerooms andthe Dwelling will be
for rent. ___W.C.& CO.
NEW & SUPERB MAHOGANY FUR-
NITURE, at 11 NorthHoward street-On
THURSDAY, the 8th of April next, at 10 o'clock.
we shall sell, by catalogne, at the Warerooms of Mr.
Joseph Seche, No. I1 North Howard atreet,2d door
north of the Wheatfield Inn, a very rich and beautiful
assortment of mahogany and other Furniture, manu-
factured from the most select materials and by ihe best
workmen. We enumerate as part, Pier Tables with
marble tops; Pier Pedestals with cleses;Sofas offinest
workmanship, with rich embossed and plain hair cloth
seats; Ottomans to match; Wardrobes of lbs richest
wood; Ladies' Dressing Cabinets of finest finish wih
marble tops and swinging glasses; new style Wash-
stands; Egyptian marble tops; round and octagon
Centre Tables, Egyptian and Italian marble tops; pil-
lar and claw Woekstands, of various patterns; mahog-
any parlor chairs; Rocking Chairs, spring seats; em-
bossed haircloth covers; pillar, claw dining and break-
fast Tables; do. on legs; recess and other Sideboatds;
consul ani plain Bureaus;an extensive assortment 01
high and French post and other Bedsteads. &c. &e.


The Furniurre will be for private sale till the of
April,onwhich day theentire stock will be TOStTiVE-
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 ofA-
pril. WEAVER, CANNON & CO,
mh 26 ts Auct's.
FOR SALE-A handsome BAY
SADDLE HORSE. Apply at
WOODWARD'S Stables,
mh 31 d4t North streetm.3
O'IICEi-A check on the Commercial aid Far-
Smers' Bank of Baltimore, drawn by the under-
signed the 25th of March, No.153, for three hundred
dollars, marked good by Trueman Coss, Assistant
Cashier,was encloseil to Williamson,Burrows & Clark,
Philadelphia, and has been reported by them as not re-
ceived. This is to warn all persons from ieoatirig
ithesame, and asking its return, (as payment has been
stopped) to SEWELL &BAUGHER,
ap I d4t 227 Balto at.
T'o FARMERS.
NEW OIL SEED.-MADIA SATIVA, a ua-
live of Chili, an annual Oil Plant, more produc-
tive than Poppy and Line, grows in every sol, bears
every chan. e of climate,and gives the best Oilforfam-
ily use, freeze only at 200 Reaumer, wherefore it is an
excellent thing to keep machines lubric. and makes a
pure, solid and very spumous Soap. An acre of land
according to its quality,requires 4 to 6 lb. seed, which
will bring from 700 to 1000 lbs.-175 lbs. seed from 56
to 64 lb. Oil, cold or warm expressed5 It can be sown
in spring or fall. This seed is left for sale at Mr.
Rieman's, corner of Lexington market and Eutaw at.
0l0-Price $1 per pound.
mh 25 2aw4ta
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS-
TRICT OF MARYLAND.
PURSUANT to an order oh Courts Notice is
hereby given to creditors, and all other parties
interested in the proceeds of the Steamer SOUTH-
ERNER, now in the Registry, to xtllb their claims
in this Court, on or before the 1st day of June 1841.
J. MASON CAMPBELL,
mh 29 2aw3w Auditor.
WANTED TO PURCHASE-A LOTTE-
S RY LICENCE and FIXTURES, for which
a fair price will be given. Apply at this office.
ap 1Id4t
ANTED-A FEMALE TEACHER oif't
W middle age, competent to instruct in a private
family in the country in the usual branches of female
English Education, and in French and Music. None
need apply without satisfactory recommendations.
JAMES E. BARROLL.
Chester-Town, Md, 15th March, 1841.
mh 20 eo8t?
LUE BLACK B MBAZI S.--We have
just received from auction a handsome assort-
ment of Black & Blue Black BOMBA ZINES which
we are enablad to sell very cheap. Ladies wishing to
purchase will find it to their advantage to give us a
call. DORSEY & NELSON,
No. 13 Baltimore at. 3d door west
apI of Market Space,


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'PUBLIC


MIDDLETOWN VA
SA
EbN WEDNESDAY, the 7
N-Y 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 stateof cultivation.
ed and divided into 10 field
but one, in which by remov
yards it can be thrown. 70
mobihy, 15 in orchard grass
der. A considerable part
and chestnut fence. The re
at a moderate expense b
meadow. Four corn, wheat,
the Valley is superior, and
Dow seeded 147 bushels
which will be sold with t
purch
The farm abounds with fin
wood,, lari.l is h.
r 1%% 1P'iLi 1 E BRICI
ihNI dicoli .II'.N t
",, lr, Nt, ii ml tr g
1..-. -. i. li.\liN ,1 .'i
C 'i,iN-i\ ii l-.. It I.
BL lK-.,hi I'll'S SHOP
great variety of other ne
rate GARDEN, anounding
berries, &c. &c. A lar
with the most choice Pippi
ples; a splendid % ., o
moat approved k..I., the
*flums, apricots and almost
adapted to the climate.
to the Barn, worked by hor
two pair of Buir-Stones o
that call grind from 20 to
day, in short it is counside
the premises as one of th
Fr-derick or Wa t
It can be conveniently and a
into two farmins-There ar
FARM H-NDSthatthe pu
hav, with their families
sold separately, not to go
valuable hanId that has about
wagnoer, and first rate ma
L A Ril,' MULES, i !.&I ,.
fi .,1't FARM hlei
COLTS, (3 by the celebrate
bicoded mare) 5 or 6 y
SBttOK: OXEN-Also a lar
MILCH COWS, part full
hams and Devons, and a gr
Al.lerit-v -hort horn Dur
I i-e.w'rir,&c. Fc.; 2 fu
H '% M Bit .LI S, I rising 3 yea
TH lI. E DL'% t4N BULLS,
25 yearlings, part full bred
ous crosses. A valuable
various crosses, Sou
Covington is 13 miles sou
6 miles east of Harper's Fe
Baltimore and Ohio Rail
and Ohi
AL
OAKLAND MILLS AND
tin Creek, locatedI of a
Canal 31 miles west of t
are on this Farm 160 acres
cleared. This farm is hill
equal to any-.land in the val
perhaps
A- There is on this pr
STORY LOG HOUSE,
C STABLES, &c. &c. The
in a hue wheat coinlry,
constant employment, alwa
ber logs. The Grist Mill i
but grinding corn and m
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, ant
power property on the Cato
the co
Any information in relat
will be given by James H
the Franklin Bank of Balti
the pr
Terms of sale for the real
balance I and 2 years cred
day of sale, with approve
.Farming Utensils, Househo
under $50, cash, above th
with approved endorsed
W. R, STUA
Covingt
Near Peterville,
mh 17 e
TK-Uir a SALJE O
PER
P URSUANT to a deed oft
subscribers by James S
in the County Court of She
public sale to the highest
bia Furnace about seven
Shenandtoah county, Virg
day of April next, the foll
ble NEGRO MEN, and sever
six horses each, wagons
Mules, consisting of six e
four wagons, eight
A lso, Columbia Furn
!LAND, more or less,
C Mill, ID,.Ih ..- House
a tract of 200 f; L -r',
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
Lan&d by the Deed of Tr
property as will raise t
mortgage will be sold. We
as we have vested in
It is believed that this i
IRON establishments in t
further information apply
liamsjr., in Winchest
P. W ILLl A MS,
MARK BIRD,
fe20
TRUST i' A
lN PURSUANCE of the a
subscribers, by a deed of
creditors, they wiil offer
change, at one o'clock P.
15 h day of April next, th
perty,
A LOT OF GROUND lying
City of Balliiumore, beginni
street 120 feet easterly fH
ning thence easterly on Le
alley, thence soulherlstbin
feat, thence westerly 14 le
the henindnie-subject to
payable 1st Marc
The Improvements upo
af twostory Bri
AL-O -A LOT OF GROUND

j of Flaltinoore, and be
j Lombard and Euttaw street
twenty feet, thence nor
thence on Cider alley
theuce on Eutaw street 17
Lot is
fi The improvements c
BRICK DWELLING, s
I Lombard street, and a
der ,lley, used as
ALSO-A LOT OF GROU
east si.e oh Exeter former
indhes southwardly from th
aoil Exeter streets-runni
15 feet thence easterly 41
erly 15 teet and thence~to
a yearly ren
M The improvements (n
i two story Brick DW
i back bu
ALSO-24 shares Bait.
9 do Union Manuf
do Powhatan
The Terms of Sale will b
balance in equal payment
approved security and in
JOHN GLENN,
mh 22 eo GEORGE W.
__ WEVER, CA
-VALUABLE BAL


FARMS AND MILL
SHE Subscriber will sell
sonable terms, the follow
tate, lying in Baltimore
the City, between the Reis
viz: About two hundred ac
of -"Milford Enlhrge-.."
Farmi." This placf- lies bea
number of large fields-se
E, ad farms in themselves
for nr-linary consumption;
fencing excellent. The pl
Whole length, by a public
excellent FARM HO
7f Barn, in good repair.
of with a Grist and Saw M
tremity of the above proper
sufficient land adjoining
good, and the mills might
proper ma
Another portion ofthe es
side of the Liberty road,
also be sold. This tract c
the gre after part of it sp
neighborhood comparati
near a market, this cir
perty very desirable. Th
adapted to agric
The first mentioned tract
or in lots to suit purchase
Seat will be sold in connec
as may be
The terms of sale will be
their information given res
by application to J. J.
subscriber, at her dw
mh 31 eo3w P
FOL RENT
L. The elegantly fitted
1 Baltimore street, wes
IJtleEcription of fancy
oht is establishment are not
o'her in this city. For a H
ly the stand would be very
emt a first tate run of bo
To an approved tenant the
sellout the fixtures entire
may be wanted. For term
or to WASHINGT
No. 113 Balt
mnh 22 tf Ne
P FOR SALE-l'hatdes
DWELLING on ihe eas
i s & street above Saratoga
abuve 3aratogo st.) The
desirable in the city, and i
dwelling fitted up iif bea
stable rn Ih six stalls, tog
age tiOmim- and oitter cimvern
one I.mrulr ca.h, orn I .-u,
ant 4 iar
m'W 2 JO
S.rJ L FOR SALE
nf- I.n, HIIUiSE, No.
Jl it.,l P,'sseasion ill b
Apply to
mh


OF GROUND, contained wit
lowing, viz. Beginning for
of Pratt street, at the Nor
lot, number six hundred an
and a half perches West fro
intersection of the said Sou
the West side of Howard s
Easterly binding on Pratt s
inches, thence Southerly
eighty feet, thence Wester
twenty flour feet three in
by a straight line eighty fe
Sphere is elected upon
BRICK DWELLING.
Im property is in fee simple
sold, is subject to two mo
which will be given
Terms of sale-one half
be paid in six months, a
months from day of sale, o
purchaser. For the credit
ity to be approved bv the
I. NEVETT STEE
S. H TAGART,
msh 8 eo P J
TRUSTEE
B Y VIRTUE of a Decree
Chancery of Maryland.th
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 Yost and Thomas Hilln
half acres of la
ALSO A LOT of cleared
Town, containing Ihree ro
of land mo
These LOTS will be sold
er th
The terms of sale are on
ance in three and six month
it payments to be secured
Persons wishing to see th
Samuel Cole near Beatty'
may be examined on applica
Eh 13 GEO. W. D
IN OTICE -The credit
a. deceased, are hereby noti
in the Chancery office, w
day of
mh 13 eots C GEO
___ COUNTING
t and Storage.-OnS the
lJUhouse on Commercest
wiltli a disti
Cotton, or other light sto
upper lofts of a Fire P
mh29 tf W.
a 0 FOR RENT-In the
M of the city, a large
IC11 LING HOUSE, Carria
Garden, Orchard, &c. T
healthy. Instant possess
GEORGE S
mh 23 d2w


PP ULIC S
TRUSTEE'S SALE.-By
Baltimore Cotinty Court
Equity, the subscriber, as
auction, on THURSDAY,
next, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
lowing parcels of Ground
1. A PARCEL OF GROUND
lows: Beginning for the
Washington street, atthe d
six inches southerly front
intersection of the south s
said west side of Washin
thence southerly boundingo
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 GROUN
lows: Beginning for the
Back street at the distan
from the corner formed b
south side of Cross street
street, and runningthence
street twenty five feet, t
Cross street, eighty two fe
or thereabout wide,thence
alley in part and parallel
five feet, and thence weste
ty two feet to the begin
mentioned in a deed of mo
Ellen Dempster, recorded ,R
Baltimore County Court,
folio 1
The terms ofsale are, on
of sale; and the balance i
from the day of sale; to
bonds of the purchaser wi
by the Trustee.
mh 10 law3w&drts
J. I. GROSAc
O RPHANS' COURT SA
public sale by order of
Baltimore county, on T
April next at 4 o'clock, P.
ted on the corner of Cros
Federal Hill, a Lot of G
street about 90 feet, and
street 65 feet more or
a nted two small BRIC
S log house; the whole s
ot one per cent per annnu
sold in two lots if requi
scribed by the Court -. cas
it of l'3, 6 and 9 months wit
curity, being part of the
Dempster,
DAVID STEW
nmh 10 Iaw3wdts P w
J. I. GRO
C NOTABLE'S SALE
o sale of the property o
ota HOUSE and LOT, front
Amity, and north of Lexing
advertised to take place on
P. M., is hereby Postpo
the 3d day of April next
on the premises.
mh 31
CONSTABL
Y virtue of a writ offi,f
Esq, at the suit of Wi
Joseph Passano, against
John W. Watkins, Nicho
Hooper and to me directed
L ken in execution a
and LOT with other i
a situate and fronting o
street, and beginning for
sixty leet northerly from t
tersection of the north si
I the east side of Amity
northerly bounding on the
fourteen feet so as to i
story brick house, erected
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 lor cash to
LOUIS C. MUL
Baltimore, March 6t
HANCERY SALE
DWELLING.-Under a
Court of Chancery, the und
offer at public sale on
April next, at 4 o'clock, P
following VALUABLE P
the North side o! Lexington
House, arnd described as f
the same on the line oft t
street, at the distance of
the corner formed by the
side of Lexington street an
street, and running thenc
north side of Lexington str
parallel to Coutland stre
lane, then westerly boundin
lane twenty-five feet, and
Courtland street to the p
Lot is erected a beai
DWELLING HOUSE. (t
*5 finest pressed brick)
story Back Building, Stab
House, good yard, &c. T
fine, arnd are perfectly dr
perty is occupied by Oli
the premises at any time
session will be given on t
above property is in fee s
puta
The terms will be as foll
one-third in twelve month
third in twenty-lbfour mont
day ofsale. ASA HOL
MOSES HOLMES
mh 18 eotH.sH W
VALUABLEIREAl
PUBLIC
HE UNDERSIGNED T
George, and the late Wi
a standing order of Baltim
to Insolvents,) offer for s
City of Baltimore, on S
April next, at 12 o'clock, M
rest and estate of said W
Baker, being a one undivide
the following lots, piec
For the First-All tha
in the City of Baltimore,
metes, and bounds,courses
wit: Begiminning for the sa
the intersection of the west
the south side of Lexingt
and binding on Charles store
eu feet, six inches-thence
Fayette street ninety-five
Avenue-thenre running, a
nue, north eastwardly to L
A binding on said last
1'BHplace of beginning.
M Ujlarge and commod
For the Second.-AII
and premises, situate in th
on the DWELLING H
the late Richsardson S
J' decease, stood, front
the South side of Lexingt
Lane, one hundred and their
Church street, and ex
street, twenty-five hee
(OF GROUND, on whi
story BRICK HOUSE,
C on that lot, and on th
ed by Peter Hoffman, to
For the Third.-All 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 E
chibald Buchanan's lot tw
straight line to the b
on this lot a large
And for the Fourth.--


B. Magruder, Dr.R.N. Hal
Dallam Esq., Win. F. Gil
Esq., Win. Reynolds Esq.
Baltimore; Rev. E. W. Gi
Rev. John Davis, Washi
Finney, Harhord co.ld.


FAMILY CARRIA
JOHN STEWART returns
eral patronage which he h
tomers and the public, and
the same. Fiom the encou
have given to his system o
the Stable instead of the S
lieve that it is more satisfat
is induced to co
All orders for carriages l
punctually attended to, at
tablished being lower t
Families will be furnishe
pressly by him f
Funerals undertaken and
Carriages, and all other re
by applying to
North Calvert st. opp
CAUT
COUNTRY MERCHANT
cautioned against decep
Cotton Goods, now in mark
as, upon a slight examinat
manufactured at the Mary
goods are narrower and of
the Penitentiary, and prove
very imperfect in their col
a ticket imitated Itom that
containing the words "Ma
instead eof Maryl
The Agents for the sale
are Messrs. O. C. Tiffany
Co., W. & S. Wyman, B.
Woodward & Co. and
mh 20 eo3mo
"MECHANIC
C ANFIELD A BROTH
Jfew patterns of P
CHANICAL LAMPS." To
them no explanation of the
t.e.s have given universal s
.5 arr elegant article, and
toher descriptions of ligh
rooms, reading rooms, &c.
are generally used in all e
ris, wheie a steady, unifo
smoke, is
In proportion to light, t
the oil of a common Astra
of economy alone, they ar
For sale at the corner of B


_
PUiBLICS
SALE BY
N PURSUANCE of the provision
the General Assembly ofM
cember Session in the ye
Wrlliam Broadbent. by vir
to him by Thomas W. Both
of September in the year 1
sale by auction on the
26th day of April next, at 4
ing Property, to wit:-al
celsofground situate and
more aloresaid which are
bounds courses and distance
-beginning for one of tihe
West side of Perry street
N.,i-t..;.'rily from the
.. ii ,.-r, .i i.. North-easts
said North-West side of
thence North-easterly, b
side of Perry street 14 l
parallel with Slerett str
feet to Spring Alley; then
on the Southt-Easterly side i
thence South Easterly boun
number twelve in the divis
derrick Ehlin, dec'd., by a .
beginning; and beginning I
cels on the north west si
end of the first line of th
w which place o l r'.-,,.i.l -.. I w,
the corner formed by the
East side of Sterett stIree
side of Perry street, run
boundingon Perry street fo
Westerly parallel with Stte
twenty feet, to Spring all
-l,., inm said alley, fourt
1- r. iii. above described,
early, by a straight line,
And beginning for one other
of the first line of the par
ecribed and at the distance
Easterly from the corner fo
the North East side of St
West side of Perry street,
atnd bounding onu the NEarh
fourteen feet, and extend
the width of 14 feet, and p
one hundred and twenty f
beginning for the other of
west side ot Perry street,
ot the parcel of ground last
ning north easterly, bounding
Peury street, fourteen fee
westwardly of equal wildtlh
one hundred and twenty f
and subject to the yearly
for each of said parcels o
proportions on the first
respectively, in eaheb and
tinuarce of said demise.
ings and improvements on
parcels of ground erected,
leges, appurtenancesto
The amount due upon sa
by the undersigned is one
and seventy five cents wit
dollars from the 17th (lay
ofisale cash.
mn31 dw P*
-ALUABLE GARDEN
SALE.-I will sell at p
valuable LOT OF GROUND,
the north side of Britton s
Ston street 74 feet and
Tfimproved by a FRA
I Ua LOT OF GROUND o
fronting Neighbor street
above named lot 128 feet.
to $ 16,44, and the latter
be sold separately or toge
whole fiont on Britton street
of 328 feet to
This property is admirabl
culturist, the space of gr
location renders it an objec
ment, and no situation ca
able improved as a garden
any part of the city, and t
perty in the neighborhood
attention of capit
Also, a valuable Lot of G
and Exeter streets, frontin
ft 38 feet. Improved
'f and rents at 200 pera
1-Uceptible ot very great
diciousiy arranged can be
fitable properties in this
WILLIAM
ap t d6tE te
R USTI'EE'S SALE.-In
cree of the High Court o
ber will sell at public auct
the Court House door,
day of April, 1841, at I
That very handsome and
ard District, occupied by
Wills, consisting of about 1
ated about 2 miles south oh
joining the farms of John
, licott Esquires. Th
WB DWELLINGS on the pl
JJ The land is nearly all
good wheat an
The terms ofsale pescri
follows: one half the pur
six, and the rest in twel
sale-both payments to bear
ed by bond approve
J. J.
nmh 23 2awts
lg-Tbe Howard Free Press
publish the above to amount
this o
TOCKS arte purchased at
S rates on time amid goods
furnished for
MONEY WANTED, and ro
will be allowed and unique
S12 DWELLING HO
paint of the City for sa
Several highly important
in Western Lands for
A TRACT OF LAND of nea
in Allegaiy Comity, Mary
bargain for Cash or Real Es
A t10 Handsome D
fir the centre, northern
.M City for sale at
GttoUND RENTS bough
STOCKS in most of the
Instit
VESSELS sold or p
MORTGAGES, DRAFT
BILLS OF EXCHANGE
Several highly valuable F.
for
Tenants procured for Dwe
and collections of rant a
to
General Commission A
mh 17 d3t
VALUABLE CIT
THE subscriber is author
sale, the following very
at reason
1. Eight LOTS OF GRO
Cathedral street, covering
Hamiltom and Centrn street
tront of 25 feet, and run b
alley 20 fe
2. Eight LOTS of the sam
street between Hami
3. Five LOTS I)F GROUND
side of George sim eet bet
streets, each 25 ft et w
4. A LOT OF GROUND at
of Calvert and Saratoga str
st. 37 feet and running bac
5. A LOT OF (; Gi IN I)
day st. 54 feet front
6, A LOT OF GROUND on
of Davis and Pleasaunt street
of Pleasant street 60 feet,
the old bed of
7. One hundred and twe
GROUND on the east side
ning at the distance of 1
Saratoga st, with a dept
8. 144 feet of vacant G
commencing four feet eas
house built by C. Deshon
Smith. This ground has va
76 to
Proposals will be receive


UNITED STATES'
PANY OF THE CI
CAP
$1.00oo
INCORPORATED by the
March 31, 1837, for tw
renewed and amended May
AND MARINE INSURA
each. 10 per cent. to be p
ti
The Public are respectful
allowed under the amendme
company for completing t
stock, will expire by limitat
next; in the meanwhile the
until the full amount of c
subsc
Subscriptions are author
their charter, to be "paid
either in the stocks of the
lic stocks created by this o
stock of any incorporated
state, which shall be at
at the time, or in the stock
city of New York, or on b
cumbered real estate of this
per cent. more than the a
clusive of buildings, unless
from loss by fire, or in spe
rent ban
Should the full amount of
in cash payments, or secure
stocks, as above described
of May, the balance will be
best bonds and mortgages
bered meal estate within
York, such as the company
funds upon, if the capital
should the lull amount of ca
bank, city, or state stocks
of March, then the subscri
with-it rpeelvinr
A I-I.t i ,-i. r in- i stock
to ii -i. i iil. I, .iummissi
be to pay in money, s
The opportunity this comr
ists throughout the Union f
vestment, can now be impro
money, or sound bank sto
those in city o
It will be noticed on refer
that the prices of insura
higher by 25 per cent, on
st, cks on the list, and the
offered by this company, ar
Negotiations have been
most eminent bankers there
this stock, within six w
$800,000, to be permanent
American 6 per cent. s
NEW YORK, Febru
Commiss
Edward Rieer",
A. C. H. -,r,in h,
Baron S. Dory,
Cornelius Masten,
Platt Adams,
Agencies ofthis company
states as may wish to sec
interest being first
Any communication relative
company, made in New Yo
BENJAMIN BALCH, will
tion.
PATAPSCO FEMA
At Ellicotl's Mills, 10
T IE WINTER SEiUbS
THURSDAY, April 8t
CONCERT, at 7 o'clock, P
and patrons ofihe Institut
THE SUMMER SESSION
WEDNESDAY, 12t
Letters addressed to the pr
Maryland, or to box No, 1
will meet with im
mh 3 1 eo4t* MA
PRIVATE E
M Y SEMINARY fir Yo
to Alexandria, D C',
of May, in a retired and
erly the residence of th
Mason, at the northern e
pupil not heretofore a me
admitted over 14 years of
limited to 16. There are
si, e t
Great attention will be p
and habits of my pupils, w
and form a part of it: non
tached to the premises isa
for horticultural pursuit
my pupils, with obvious ad
strict but parental, and a
rules is
The course of Instruction
entrance into schools of
and mercantile life. It
Greek, French, Compositio
and Moral Philosophy, Ge
ithmetic, Algebra, the E
Keeping, ant the evid
Terms.-For Tuition, board
mending, mattress and be
scholastic year of 10 mon
yearly in advance. Vacati
to the last of Septem
Alexandria, D. C
REFER
Rev. Dr. ER. Keith1 Theol
E. R. Lippetad i, .C
Packa
Rev. Wmin. Ha
Gen. Walter
Col. Winm. Bre
Hon. Win. L. Brent,
Tench 1'iu-s
Jno. D. ",m, I
Col. Arch'd.
I)r. B. S. Bohrer,
Jere. Win. Bronaugh, Esq.
Dr. Cary Barrau
Dr. George W
Thos. Ritchi
Hon.Judge P. V. Dan
Hon. Benj W.Leigh,
C. W. Goch,
Jno. H. Eust
Gen. Jnn. H. Cooked
Rev. Ricl'. H. Wilmer.
Rich'd T. Brow
C. B. Dana, A
Gen. S. C. Leakin, Bal
ABINGION AC
HARFOR
HE SUMMER SESSION
(now in a flourishing c
one of the healthiest and
the State.) will comment
and continue 5 months. Th
pared to take 4 boys-not
his own family, and,conse
attention to any communic
the subject, or it a perso
he-on the 5th or 6th of Ap
may leave their address at
NATHANIEL
Princ
Terms $60 p
REFER
Rev. Dr. Johns
Henshaw,
R. Emory,
late Pro'. at Carlisle,
W. Prettyman,5 t
N. C. Brooks, A.M.
Prin. P. Hi.ti School,
Col. C. -.- tell,*
Press. Boar
--Have had or have so
mh 24
MIt. ARCHER. (Graduat
demy, at West Poin
BOARDING F DAY SC
DI
Lexingfon street, 5 d
BALTI
THIS INSTITUTION is
embracing a ttsorough a
instruction in all the'bran
Etluc
There is a Preparatory D
school, into which little g
duced prices. A Prospec
studies, prices &c. Ftc. m
the Principals at the sch
made to Major Gen. Winf
Dennis H. Mahan, Prof.
J. W. Baily, Prof. Chem.
my; Roswell Park, Prof. of
versity of Penn,; Rev. D
1Rev. John C. Backus, R


AUGUST IN
ORNAMENTAL HAI
149 Baltimore sta
T inE SUBSCRIBER resp
Lad.es and Gentlemen of
just arrived from New Yo
several days, lor the purp
voice of Goods, just arriv
arrival, among which will
fashionable FANCY A RTI
neck and head JET ORN
the Head, a new style
ES, PEAiL GIRDLES and
Also a'very large assor
as the most pleasant and f
Roses, Cream of ALMN
DOR for the complexion;
Coralie and Indian HAIR
BANDOLINE, for smoothing
ment ot Hair, tooth, na
Buffalo, Horn, Dressi
others. Also PURSES,
TICS, WATCH GUARDS
BELTS,
WIGS and TOUPEES rea
order.as well as all k
WORK, wholesa
AUGUSTIN
Patent Spri
And agent for V. Clirehugh'
ous.
SUSQUEeIANNA FR
STONE MAN
T HE subscriber respect
citizens of Marylandi,
States generally, that he
every variety of the above
they can be had at any o
United States, and that all
at his risk, antd all womk
to any part of the Count
made lo suit any purchase
favo r him with their patr
tablishment he will keep
Anchor Brand BOLTING
quality, an improved atticl
fect square' meshed Cloth, a
article twenty per cent le
any establishment eitherin B
as he is connected with an
rect from Holland, which
This article is warranted als
hers and proper fineness, a
in
Thli- subscriber will be
Mill Stone Manufactory,
miles above Havre de Gra
nal, where all orIers add
0. Harford County Md. wi
and promptly
ALEXANDER
REFER
Isaac G. Reynolds, (Pr
Deposi
B. S. Woolverton, Dan


CITY OF B
ORDI N
No.
An Ordinance for the division
fourtee
Be it enacted and ordained byt
Baltimore, That from and af ptr
the City of Baltimore shall be
bounded and described as
The FIRST WARD to comprise
contaimied within the follow
centre lines of Market street,
the harbor; and thence along
centre line of Fleet street;
line to the centre line of Bond
northwardly to the centre line
thence eastwardly with said lia
the east line of the city; anid
wardty to the water of the har
ter to the plac
The ECOND WVARD to comprise
contained within the followi
centre line f tMarket street, F
harbor; antd thence northward
centre line oif Fleet street; ai
line it ttihe centre line of liBon
with said line to ihe centre line
thence westwardly en said line
street; aind thence southwardly
and thence with the line of s
ning
'The THIRD WARD to comprise
contained within the follUowi
centre line f fEast iBallimorea
wardly on the centre line of Can
on the centre line of said street
thence northiwardly on the saidi
Hiarfiord Turnpike road; thence
north li ne of the city; aid then
dary line to tihe centre line of i
westwardly on said road andE
place oft
The FOURTHt WARD to compri
contained within thie follow
centre lines of Pitt street andu
centre line of Pi't street eastwarc
street; andi thence on said line
city dock; and thence on said
line of Jones' Fall,; and thence
thire lplace or
The iIIl li 1 t1.1 to compr
contained within the followiu
centre line of Pitt street and
hardly on said line to thie center
thence eastward:y on said line
street; and thence eastwardly
and i,,-,,..., ., ii -'. i .oii .1. .
Pitt r' i., .inij ii- ., i.. .' ,i .
11 .. \ I I WARD to eompris
contained within the following
tersectionm of Hillen street an
Jones' Falls northwardly to the
oi said linle eastwardly to the
said line south to the centre lin
on said line to the centre line of
on said line westwardly to thie
and thence westwardlty to
Tihe SEVENTH WARD tocompris
contained within ifr i.I n --,
Belvidere bridge o.%. j-..'i ,' i
Jones' Falls to tihe mouth there
sin; thence westwardly along
Gay street; thence along Gay s
thence westwardly ni said st
northwardly along said street
The EIGHTHt WARD to comprise
which is contained within to,: i-
at the Belividere bridge over bwma
along the centre of North street
eastwardly along the centre of
thence sonthwardly on the cen
water; thence weatwardly runi
until the same intersects the
wharf anrid Pratt street; thence
street to Hanover street; thence
SBaltimore street; tlience west a
Sthence north along Liberty st
west to the centre of College
of said alley to the centre lin
long Mulberry street eastward
thence notlhwardly along Cathe
thence eastwardly to Jones' Fa
to the place
Thie NINTH WARD to compris
contained within the following
tersection of Hanover anid Pratt
tre of Hanover street to Osten
tend street to the north side o
tapsco; thence along the shores
west branch of tie Patapsco to i
eastern tide of Light street to
centre of Pratt street t
The TENTH WARD to comprise
contained within the following
tersection of Pratt and Hanov
along the centre of Hanover st
westwardly to the middle bra
long the north shore of the mi
tihe mouth of Chatsworth run
said run to Cove street; thence
Paca street; thence a'ong Paca
eastwardly along Pratt street
The ELEVENTH WARD to comp
city contained within the foli
the intersection of Pratt and
along Hanover street to Baltim
Baltimore street to Liberty store
I -r 1 If street; thence \ utit
g.- '.iu. t. thence north .'I.
street; thence west along Mul
thence southwardiy along Gr
thence eastwardly along Fayett
;,.,II ,i\ ,.ii, in. i Paca tes t
.i. urdi 1 i I '- r m iI stre t
'I h. 'i i' in I I In WARD t
city contained within the fo
the intersection of Fayette anr
i r i t'. -a 1.i in. u e r'. r
,il i. ii.d -t ;. in , -i n .
oun to tihe uiddie branch .i i
Patapsco to Gwinn's Falils; thence
city limits; thence along the cit
1i, .. I i.. r.f i, tte stre
I .. I III, I i t 'i W AR1toco
city contained within the .ii
the intersection of Green m,,. I
wardly along Green street to P
long said avenue to Ihe city li
and western limits to Fayettet
street to the pla
The FOURTPENT'll WABD to
the city contained within ilthe
at the intersection of Mlulberr
westwardly along Mulberry st
northwardly along Green str
thence long said avenue toi the
along tlie city limits to Cathed
alone Ctlatheral -treeti to
.nd be it enacted and ordained,II
the lise or to cause tims t(SOrd;u
daily newspapers of thie city d
tile first day of May, eighteen
shall also provide and furnishel
respective Vards, in m r ,.; -.
witll plates of the i ly,i m 'i i.
thte boundariesa of the several
dinance.
President of tit
ROB. iH
President of th
Approved Marc
SAM. BRA



7 .


Theste ale oa E i
PEAKE. CaptanKny
B i leaves Light
Ulm i i very TUESDe
I lilt %'t, a ii i at c a a
I- hl .lH I' I i r t,e ar...
at Kennard's wharf. Worto
Freight will also be receive
week. S. M
mh 30 P N
TO WESTERN AND
TRA VEL



T il GOOD INTENT F
leave Baltimore every
after the art ival of the
For Wii-eling. p Zii.i,,
and i'n .,..i,,'i, i.. l
and ', ,rt..,,... I ,.I-,
T'ru,.' It 1 Vh t,. o,
PI I;1 1 'i L vy, I ; IN le"
o'clock, lor the above cities
as the Good Intent Line.
The above Lines connectat t
Ohio Lines ot'Stages,-also, w
ville, Cincimnati, Louisvi
lea
For Seats in Baltimore, a
sition l, t,, .,.. No. 14 Pr
site th- ltit i, n ..,,..
HUTCHINSON
THOSE. SHRIVER,
ALPHEUS BEALL,
WILLIAM H.
de 21J .. Ae
NOTtICE:-TO CREDIT
I of Patrick Kenney, an
hereby notified to file the
ea'ed with GEORGE EAR
of Insolvent Debtors' Esta
House Lane on or before t
preparatory to a dividend to
30, 1841. JOHN IJA
mIl 31
1TY CO.MlsIi'1l10
tinmore, 29th March,
sioners hereby give nolicoe
on Saturday ;he 3rd day of
A. M to establish the lines
situated at the North East
Hill street-, as agreed to
Howard to Sainml. Mass a
The Surveyor and all person
ed to attend at the premis
By order,
oinn 31 4t
CITY COMMISSION
timore, 20th March, 1
sioners, hereby give notice
on Tuesday the 6th day of
A. M. to establish the lines
(owned by Win. Jones) si
Green, between Baltimo
The Surveyor and all pers
ted to attend atthepremise
By order
ap 1


DAILY SOUT
VIA THE CHESAPEA
MOUTH AND ROAN



rnPil: N .T.I.'IiKq
COMPANY announce to
boats of their line c.o.e
Captain Sutton; (.L.t(lid
JEWESS, Captain Holme
thorough overhaul during t
complete order, therefore
via NORFOILK arid PO
sumed on Monday the 15
accordance with the follow
by the Post Off
Leave Baltimore dail
Arrive at Portsmouth.t 7
Leave Portsmouth, at8
Arrive at Weldon, at 4
Wait there until 1 o'clo
burg
Leave Welidon at
Arrive at Wilmingto
Leave Wilmington immedi
lesson next morn
It will be seen by the ab
to render the connexion ce
for the Cars of the Por
Road to arrive at Weldon
whereas they uniformly ar
lore a detention should t
tween Balttimnore and We
tlan NINE HOURS, the tr
ability lay ovvr at any poi
RETURNING, one of the a
Norfolk every night at 1ol0
Portsmouth where she wil
Cars irom Weldon, anld depth
as tie pasengers art,.l t'.j
here in about 14 ).. ,,rr
mouth. The passengers ha
torts of a good nightirs res
tre as could be provided
the Co
TravdElleis bound to Ric
leaving Baltimore on Mon
sleep on board the bay bo
James River boat next mor
place of destination the s
P. NM.
General Agent Baltimor
Passage (and fare onbo
Passageand fare to Richmon
Passage and faie to Noil
mhl 10 PR
4r U.,I I- II AN F
HAV
The Steam
t- ENTwillcommenehr
- uEar route fr
THURSDAY, o a
1811, at C A. M. on that da
ery ,. ,'. ,.l.-i, i. 1 tin. I
Stat, ut.i i, j,. ,.., i 13
other places on the Patxent
thence on the Sunday follo
'unday until further notice
M ., and she will stop at Fair
in
Passage to or from Patuxe
and tare to or Irom
Freight as
te 23M LWE
FOR FAIR HAVENA
The SteamB
ENT, will leavteMay
i', land Wh
Baltimore forFai
I"it. It, i I.'.lir sev
o'clock, and return from
freight intended lorFair
what on Monday, and the
be on the wharf at Fair Ha
meridian, to ensure its be
day. le 23 M
'I'. DEIF.' ATI
N; I. AND ,
A & I-M (.i\f% HNI1 M1II 11
( i, I \ic. % ill,, Ih l| l l I
DAY, WEDNESDAY and F
Havre de Grace TUES
SATURDAYS at5 P. M.
from the Canal to tBaltimor
Boats 15; Boats of 300 h
same charge uip if loaded; i
and $10 for smaller boats
culated for this business, hi
bling her to keep close i
by a first rate Pilot, an
paid to the inrrte
'-The Wolcott will also
sengeis for Havre deGlac
emigrants for the Can e
WILLIA
mnl 29_ ____
FREIGHT FOR PETE
MO
'The s'eambotGLM
tiltS,, 'ata
I'-. Captain Parrish wil
I. vp lLightstree wro
%~~TURDA EENN
N X I X i t.l- htmli \.n,
apply to JACOB
mh 31 d4t N
PASSAGE TO MAT+
TER & MIDDLESEX C
rfi,":.- ':; ,
"c^--- f^. 0 f ,^ I'
The ---.mirrti
IjTS, Captain Pars;wl
IveLight streetwafo
rU R DA Y EVEING
I \ I 4ii ,,l .ic f..ii .
Landing, Matthews count
get a conveyance to any
Passage and fare, $5.
JACOB BRAND
mh31 !4tt No
F-"IEI fI I' ai[ % '
DEPjIrlTE, AND
TH'IE Steam otGV
,,I ',.,.COTt
h'*, .. _i'li ^ \
S1 ,w ill receive fri
o'rl ,.I, .. n i I \ I .l. l
ap 1_ P
1-rtst ekamotE
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S\ Il'.NI%. Nf \X I .I ri- .
Fredericlisibunig and tha u
Rappaihann
PASSAGE FOR PON
MAC COU

HA-N NO.., C
fr tB-S bank;will
t I tm.M- I i\l \ l ,e
Pongo'eague, Acro
mh 31 d
FOR. ANNAPOLIS.
EAS
3-8- -', will
ii~above plac
qa.aZSt.^, BiA DAY
,. -.,'.. !| .,1 . , r.
anti FRIDAY, leaving Balt
and mi-turn from the a
DAYS and SATURDAYS, l
o'clock in
Passage to Easton and Ca
Passage to Annapo
Passage Irom Annapolis
Fare in
N. B. 11n;:;.'s- a
mh6 RP i
F01 CORSICA AN

S- ^.,l,. til -a
DAY V'iilMNIN' at 9 o'c
leave l_ e.,,-,i.. n,
the same hour. The Chesape
atid every attention and co
sengers. SAM'L. 51
int 30 P Ni 3 L
FrIuGHI' IVOu A
AND PORT


rizel, &c. Scud, by Benni
gus, he by Eclipse, &c.
&c. The Colonel was sired
other to Whalebone, Woful,
Waxey, he by Potgos, by
dam by Delpini, g. dam T
gus, g. g. dam Sylvia, by
ret, by a brother to Sylvi
dam Penelope, by Trumpet
by Highflyer, out of Prom
cessary to extend the ped
to be the most fashionable
Stud Book, if m
BROKER, a blood bay ho
fifteen hands three inches
markably beautiful-seven
fine racker and trotter-si
Sussex, dam by Telegraph
grandam, the celebrated M
Eag
He will be let to mares a
and Twelve Dollars to i
goom-partin e with the ma
TOM JACKSCREW a dark
bred Tomni horse in the stat
got by Tom Telegraph, da
Patrick Tom, owned by the
ings-five years old this
walker, racker and trott
I certily that Tom Jacks
above. .
He will be let to mares at
Twelve to insure-and Fif
parting wilh thlie mare t
Baltimore. March 27, 1841
the horse Tom Jackscrew
Boyce, was measured by m
day,and he stands fitt
SAMUEL C
mh 30 d4t R B
C. H. EISEN BR
IMPORTER AND
1 OF MUSICAL INSTR
timoie st. has received by
large supply ofMUSIC
will be sold wholesale a
terms,
_s From Diesder.
Re Wood PIA
u,,mamifactured
P-.ru, i Rosenkra
1 1 1 .' ; these inst
ranted tobe of excellent
are the finest import
From Paris, Rose and Sat
No 6 to30;silvermounted
Clarionets, 12,9, 6 keys
Valves; Trumpets, with 2
Tenor and Bass; Trombo
clydes with valves;do with
21, 18, 12 a
From London, Kent Bugle
by t"e celebrated Cha.
Deems' C
From Rome, a fresh supply
ihir arid and I length, they
rer, timr-t qs,mh. ls. Als
s ,rlrnenr ol German Instrum
Military Bands can be su
Instruments tuned by the s
notice,


H AIL tt" L. Ai
BAI.TIMOhI.E&RALiLO

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rilltlc.; (A ,t i e, !h i-
'I' HORK ar,d WlCIH
IL.'M I1 .\,-slaalir.glromn
ol Noii &' Auir.Ea, *
i-'RinM ilhiK 1t iRa
Lii M L% ., I ,.'cl.:.ck, P
luW rit lor 'viaik at i; co
Baltimore at3
By this arrangement a c
Cars, Stages, and Canal B
phia, Lancaster, Harrisbu
with Boats t
Goods intended for trans
this Road, will be receive
North street extended, ont
A. M. and 4 P. M. A tic
qlaiil'l, to whom, and
i. 11 tie articles, and i
must also be sent fob
0lt-It is ali,:, r. i.-i,,i m
ry instance i i .1ll t.e -a[.
and charges will be promp a
Goods, anid that no dtrawba
mages, if not claimed wit
livery of
SJ-Nothing cam be forward
of the road, between York
freight is pr
ja 5 D. C


lItUlIi{' Otl."
O P TIHE Passenger Trai
Ohio, and WashingoB
rST JANUA
MAIN
FROM BA
H.
For Ellicott's Mill
i do do
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry,
FOR BAL
H.
From Ellicott's Mil
do
Frederick,
do
Harper's Ferry,
"WASHINGTON BR
FROM BA
H.
For Washington,
S do 4
FOR BAL
H.
From Washington,
do
Passengers by the morni
can connect with the We
House;-and those destine
the train from Harper's F
the Relay House in ample t
evening train for Wash
ja 5 B. CH
EVERY MORNING
PHILADELPHIA, WI
MORE RA



U. U. STATrs MAIL, leave
morning at nine o'clock-t
Wilmington, and reach Ph
clock, P. M. in time for
Yo
The regulations heretofo
ny for the comfortable ac
ease and facility of travel
will be c
OU-Colored Passengers mus
office before
*.*Packages intended for
be left previous
de 23 PRS d A.
NOT
PHILADELPHIA,
BALTIMORE


I9 S1|1'" [h' l ] hdl3n ',.t I
at I past three o'clock
PHIA asud be continuedla
excepted) until
Jci-For the accommodation
may wish to avail thems
PASSENGER CAR will be
the Depot P
mh30 d A.
IAKRNDEtHN & CO'S
NEW YORK & BO



A;ARNDEN & CO. resrpe
J i. friends and thepublic
rangements with the Phila
to run their ears through
and Phil
These cais will run in
York anti B
Packages of Goods, Sampl
at our office, No. 42 SouTi
before tie car leaves, wil
same, and in Bost
H. & Co. will transact i
and all kinds ot
N. B. Harnden & Co. are
loss or injury of any artic
their charge, nor is any r
be attached to, the Camde
Steamboat Company, on who
their crates are and may b
them or their con
N. B.-The above arrange
Thursday, Apr
J. W. LAWRE
No, 42 South Third
WM. WYMA
No.2 Wall e
II.\IINI
mh 19 tf No 8 Co
TIE FtoLLOWI
s ill stand fo t
scriber's Farm, ne
a12 miles from Ba
commence 15th Feb
lrstii.r.t will stand
Mr. AloCurley's, on theFr
Wednesdays and Thursday
Saturdays. at Porter's O
TOM JACKSCREW will
days and Wednesdays, at ho
week at Bond's at Clarksvi
ho
FOREIGNER, imported by
old this Spring, bred b
LAND, and sold by the Mess
at the king's Annual Sale;
Certificate of the Messr
Description-Foreigner isa
ott white; full sixteen ha
fine symmetry of the pon
him; fine length of neck au
head and neck. eyes arud ea
strung, clean, flinly legs a
led, very lolty amid gay,
train him in the lall, he w
fitteen
Terms-$15 for the season
$1 to the groom. The in
from Ihose parting with t
grain at thirty-oue cents
Month. Accidents andesca
er. Expenses tor keeping a
before the mare leaves t
mare forfeils
Pedigree:-Foreigner was
the Colonel, bred by Mr.
he won the St. Leger, and
king, after the race, at 30
own private stud: sold since
age oh seventeen or eight
ernnment for 2000 guineas
say was dog cheap. The d
which was also the dam of
to Sailor, Shelldrake, Shov
Goosander, by Hambleton
'lrunmp..eter, out of Fancy


the purchase of the foregoi
ty, the terms being one fo
in one two and three years,
ed by notes of band with a
ties.
se 21-2awtfif So
I OR SALE-A very ad
FARM in Baltimore Co
Susquehanna Rail Road on
Turnpike on the other, about
containing something over
productive LAND. The i
S two story FRAME D
es, Stables, &c., and
I ver failing stream oft
hundred feet of the door, al
description is unnecessary
chase will view the premi
of the purchase, very libe
For further particular
mh 31 e
JAr FOR RENT-A tw
=TUon the East side of St.
JJ ter runs rapidly from
ly it is very dry, it has
the garret down, newly
parlour is very fine with fol
aspects suitable for a gen
hydrant in the yard
mh 27J MEBS
DESIRABLE P
3 GREENE STREET FO
ift some and convenient
tensive back buildings and
Mr. Edward Jenkins. The
in good order. Possessio
ly. Tern s one quarter cas
with security, if
WM. JENKINS
ap 1 d4tN o4 t
FOnt REN'T.-A2
with Basement and back
ft yard with apump of e
house stands on the South
one West of Cove street.
ately. Apply to
S. SCRIB
mh s18 dc eC
WANTED TO REN
S HOUSE with back Buil
C t ory House in a center
sion mequiredin J
Apply to
ap I d 1 B o
V'A FOR RENT.-One
Tf brick Houses on the ea
MJ erick street, the thi
street.-Aptly at the pr
FOR RENT-The
f 3 Hanoverst. apply
bmh 27-di
FOR RENT.-The la
DWELLING adjoining t
aS Exchange Place. App
gan, St. Paul's shtree
HAMBERMAID WA
table Woman to do (b h
sewnig-to onewho can br
Liberal wages and a perm
applying at this office.


A C
OSHUA M. MILLER res
friends and the public, t
chne his present business
health, he offers t for sal
FORTES at a bargain, t ii. ,.
ly in thespring as possirl. .
of superior Grand ind Squ
celebrateidm anutactories
Schambach & Methaunt,
Vienna, and Henry Gaehl
of the lfbregoing Instrume
the latest importation. Al
Purchaser desiring a Pian
to call at No. 22 Light s
few more Pianos, which a
added to the ab
JOSHUA M. MILLElavai
portunity of expressing
friends and the publics f